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;AR R1 A G S
Licenses to liiat'i ,v were issued
. the following pv.r;ioi)» during the
w 0..-, according to . ’cords of
. niter Fllmyton, Wake County
unzar of deeds-
Joseph Koighl 1 » South Blount
■'•-M. and Mi:;> p e melie Peebles,
South Blount Street. Oct 9.
Norris Holden Neus-e Route 1.
Miss Florence Mae Holden,
. rak-li. Route 2, Oclober H
'.Viiliam H Williams, 4)0 Tuck
Si,o p and Mis: Fannye Varans
-iv: - V- McDith Street, ’ Union, S.
October [),
.. ■■•'■’l Leslie. Hoi!.. Sju ings, Route
-ud Miss AliS'-iti Harris, also of
■ V Sprit..- R.'Utv l, October 9
"c • i a,., jardson, Wendell
1 1 and • ■ Doris Penny.
nUvJI. Route 2 October 14.
r'phi-iatn H 3 wain 802 Bragg
■t. end Miss tsadye Jeannette
v lie- 412 South Blount Street,
: tuber id.
ega! Notices
JHi SI't*PRIOR C'O't'HT
>i : t'flf CAROLINA
GUI COUNTY
N'OTICF,
•S' HARD McCOY
MIS IP Mi COY
i'iie rcspi’iident above named will;
sc; -notice that a proceeding as
■ titiiled has been commenc*
: in Superior Court of Wain'
Yvi: Carolina, for an al,-
- oi-ee by the plaintiff from ;
ksni and the defendant
notice that she is required
■ , , r on or before November 3
dtp office of the Clerk of
.-superior Coma of the said
' unty ;n Raleigh, North Carolina
id i'l'nsv. er or demur to the corn
mud in the said proceeding a? •
i-'ovr- entitled in the said com-
This the -sth day of October, 1948/
SARA ALLEN, Assistant
Ck.rk of the Superior Court .
:.nd West. Attorneys
f !>. HI. 23. 30-Nov, 6.
• n Tin: superior court
OR rH CAROLINA
' LAKE COUNTY
NOTICE
'UANITA FOGG JENNINGS
VS.
IA CEO H. JENNINGS
THE DEFENDANT. Maceo H.
■ curi'.nhs will take notice that an
•-'i entitled as above lias been
-:n n.ruced in the Superior Court
J IViiitr County, to obtain an üb
i lutv divorce on the grounds of
vo years spa ration, as provided in
Statutes of North Carolina.
1 h.titf and defends!,t having liv
' d separa«j ana apart ror mar*
!i t’-vo years next proceeding th .
'!-:uu!.!on of this s-.tion, and that,
a’.o defendant wh fur‘Her take
- tv a; he r- ~,J , 0 appear
''-e" I iap ; f the C ' -ra of th.
;C t IV.- - County,
V! “ t-aa. in »• • Couiihouse ,
’ a R-;L ‘gb. i n ‘he 18th day of
Ortmcv i:U3, or -vi'hln twenty.
-•:■:■-!* ’ • n • • and an.--- ~.-r or de
m:.'r to the compl-unt said ae
on. or the pi*.miff will apply to
’ (’"mi for the rebel demanded
,n sard action.
.This 14th day of September. 1948 1
SARA ALL” N, Assistant
Clark of Superior Court
l'. J. CARNAGE. Attorney
‘LALE OF LAM)
L; and by virture of a judg
ng»»'>d by the Clerk of the
Superior Court of \V: ke County in
the - alter of Hilda West’ vs.
Joseph 1. Sired wick and wife.
■CI ' . i Stri-swick and others .the
und, : e-envuissioners will of
ior ror sale a: public auction to the
Li; : bidder i <r cash at the court
houii- t-ocr of Wake County. Ra
■ in N-.-nh Carolina at 12 o’etoek
- - <--'i Monday, November 1,
followiig described real
property:
!- •: certain tract of land, begin-
; ,{n * on Butler Street at a point
■ ' ’V" soutft of the intersection
’ Br.ili ! a.od Grant Streets; run
ntnß ’:;cr.;v in a westward direc
,:on 239 feet; running thence m a
-d direction 105 feet to a
: " h.-> corner of Lot No. 48;
’ •: thence eastward 230 feet
he line t f l,ot No 48 to a
' n ' " • rn side of Butler
~ Chester Drive), run- !
■' ward direction with
now Chester Drive) j
i • point of beginning :
• No. 49 of the San
nroperty, and being that
v Miorty deeded to James
■’ ' Book 90, page 140. Registry I
<1- for Wake County.
: stud sale will be for cash
•id the purchaser will be required
to deposit ten per cent as evidence
Os good faith.
F>-; further information as to the
-■Ud property apply to the under
i*igri<?d comissionert-
This the 27th day of September
2948.
ARMSTEAD J MAUPI'N
WILLIS G. BRIGGS
Oct. 2. ft 10. 23.
ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICE
Having qualified as administra
tor of the Estate of the late Mr. I
Mamie L. Fitts, deceased late of j
Wake County. North Carolina. Thir
ls to notify all persons having
claims against the Estate of said
decease 1o exhibit them to the un- 1
dersigned at SIR South Tarboro i
Street, Raleigh. North Carolina, on.
or before the lull day of Septem- j
her, 1948. or this- notice will be;
pleaded in bar of their recovery. !
Ail persons indebted to the Estate
will plea se make immediate pay -:
me n l,
This Ilfh dav of September, 1948. i
GENOA C. FITTS,
Administrator
W. G MORTIECAT, Clerk of i
the Su-pe -tor ' *urt
Oct. j, g, 13, *3, -30-Nov. CL
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author»/aturn of the rt ular Women Clarities. Duriu;* World War H
*iwe» th.iK* ;22,<>thi women served hi the iu iive reserve.
•PERSONALS
Contestant:-, in i!h- 1 ..-. d an
nual bioyck- cunli st
the Zi-ta Phi .Sorority, LhtiU-i ~-i
Zeta chaptc; ~f Rah igh ~n work
, tng dilligentiy at. th<- t-r.ii d.: ,v ; :
near. Ann Roze!;.-, ih-r
says sin d nut kti.iv. .
win, but just hopes it v.be
“some nice girl or boy.”
The contest will ieach It--. -
max Wit}: t!n- Blue and W-.itt
■ Hevut- at the Crosb.y - Gan told
School Monday evening at tj-Q-j.
Fhenie of thu revue is ae.!
the World's
Ihe contestants are L-uciile
Jones, A'laxine Vviusion, Neltia
Jean Dunn, Minna Bell Hill, Beu
lah Riddick, Robert Hunt, The-..- '
dore Baxter. William it .-rood.
Patrick Perry, Ann Horton and
Oscar Hinton,
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Davu hud
ss thGir recent dinner quests the
Rev. and Mrs. T c. Hai.isns, h.
Rev. W. A Jennings. Mrs. C.
C. Scott and daughter, Z. , bi:>,
-unci Mr. and .--1 r>-.. A. .A. I -.;
of Greensboro. Mrs. Davis has :
just returned iron’ a recent irut
to Norfolk, Va.
-he loi.owmg persons are coti
testants in the campaign to eh.-ct
MISS WASHINGTON HIGH
■Miss Elsie Brown and Mias Ger
aldine Rogers. Sennas. Miss Car
et rienne Perrin. Miss Lula per.
Miss Delnris' Williams ,:od Y --
Margaret Butcher, jumo.- Mi -
Elouise Jel'iiries, Miss Contanco
Bocoat, Miss Mary J.mes and
Miss Peggie Faulk, sophompn--;
and Miss Winifred Lee. Miss Nor;
: rue Cotton, Miss Annie Pearson,
Miss Barbara Ricks, and Miss
Francos Butler, iYt shrnr-n.
Miss Virginia Hackey Dadd of
Baltimore, Md., is in the city vi.-;--
: iting her sister, Mrs, Delia M
Turin., , Mrs Gladys B. 1 Junto ,
• ci niccc, and strvc-r<f3 'J fiends.
Miss Julia Bryant. Miss Sandra
Peace, Miss Evangeline Forbes,
Miss I‘her by Gibson and Alisr
. Mary C-arson had booklets mainl
and kus fitted on display in the
recent freshmen Horne Econom
ics Good Grooming demonstra
tion at the Washington Hig-.:
School.
New officers of the Washington
High School Senior Eng]is h Class
under direction of Mrs. Gertrude
Harris are Misses Hairiett Nunn,
president; Lillie Watson, vice
president; Mae Thelma Adams,
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This is the social season of the year ~ . She lime when cor - I
sages contribute so much to that feeling of being completely
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• secretary: Virginia Gary, assis
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: oporto; Mai gat'd Nichols, pro
rroni chan man; and Agnes Al
ston, constitution chairman.
i let : r b' tor: Eliza Ed
vv;,ids of Soui.ii Wilmington Street
t-ntert.o 1 ieri ;hc Fuel Club i.J St.
Paul A .VIE Char til
Clift.' r, Giandv of Heck Street is
a pabc-iit is: Ihe Veterans’ Hosp’tal
at Otecii North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. vViiiie Wilson of
JO4 F-.-wie Strec!. announce the
uiarrlago of the;; daughter. Miss
Betty Rose, to Charles Adcock.
Tuesday. October 19.
Ch axis Heights News
U;Jaii’er Jones i-f 12 Hyde
Ter: act- has bee;a ill and confuted
to n;s home for several days.
The Booker T. Washington
Club will meet Sunday at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
Davis at 606 S. Harrington St.
John Chavis is p v esident.
Mr.--, Roy Hic-ks and daughter,
: Carolyn, of Baltimore. Md., for
mer Chavis Hgts. residents, have
returner! h- .me after visiting re
iative and fnenus.
Mis, Wi;):e I i ■- Joniss of
Wa.-hington, D. C.. is visiting, he;
i parents. Mi. and Mrs. John Lew
is of 423 S Swain St.
bliss EL;.- Little oi New York
City has returned home after vis
aing her mother, Mrs. Junnie Lit
tle of 1 Hyde Terrace
Mrs. James Curry of 1706 Lin-'
t ain 4; ..Vv . 1 <i s be en .: fc.,r sev
-. raj days, but is able to be out
: again now.
Norman Sanders, Jr., and sis
ter, Sandro, have been ill for sev
eral days.
Mrs, William Spain and son,
William, Jr., have returned home
al'to. visiting Mrs. Spain's son in
' Grec- .‘•horn for several days. Wil-
Jr., hn:- just celeb.-ated his
t.-hr-i birthday.
Mrs. D. B. Armstrong of Char
lotte was m the city Sunday vis
itin£ relatives
Miss Priscilla M. Wright of 6
Iredell Terrac< is improving after
an accident rn her home recently.
All f: tends are in deep sym- j
path.v with Mrs. Ada Dark and |
family of 20 Lincoln Terraco in i
the death of Mrs. Dark's sister. ;
Mrs. Efi'ie Crump of West Ra
leigh.
THE CAROLINIAN
,St. Augustine’s College
Homecoming Pn:>gra m
To Begin At 9:30 A. M.
A program of activities which i
will begin October 29 and termin
ate with an Alumni Barbecue the!
evening of the 30th has jus*, bem,
announced by officials st St. Aug
ust (lie's College in preparation for
the annual Homecoming and >
Homecoming game October 30. at
| which time the Fighting Horses;
I tackle the strong Livingstone Col- ;
! lege Bears of Salisbury.
The Kate :£>, Chapter of St Aug-1
! uttinc . Alumni it urge j all Alum
Jni chapters to participate in the:
| parade which is expected to be j
I even better than last year's parade, j
i Tile program of activities will in- !
I elude usidr from the game.
9:30 to 11:00 R M. Friday, the;
129th, Coffee hour at St. Agnes,
! Nurses Home, sponsored by the
i Charlotte alumni
12:00, Saturday, the 30th. Parade, |
j beginning at St. Augustine’s cam-i
I pus and following a route similar;
Ito the route followed .ast year. i
2:00 The game between St Aug-!
j ustine s College and Livingstone !
j College in Chavis Park
6:00-8:00 Barbecue in the Col-!
lege Grill sponsored by the Ha-
Heigh Alumni.
I This season's team has shown |
vast ‘improvement over last year’s \
\ aggregation . In its first game, the j
Horses hat by a two j oint rnai gin |
from a strong Winston-Salem Teach
< r eleven The following week .f.
was just beaten by the 1947 Cl A A
; champion Bhaw. Bears, I.ast Satur
dpy it edged the Fayetteville ']'•
ers by 21-13.
In' their homocoming battle, ti e
Saints will renew u prewar rela- ;
'' ;ori witii a lon.r rival. Both KciiooL
: have produced fighting aggrega-!
! turns and the game on the 30th
'expected to be a real duel
BIRTHS
Bii th certlficut.es so babies born
- to the following couple:; were reg
istered in tite offices of the Wake
County Health Department during
the past week:
Frank Smith and Mrs. Elnoia
:■ McCoy Smith, 5 Rogers Alley, a i
son, Michael. October 10.
Robert Douglas Fairbanks and
Mrs Mildred Smith Fairbanks. -
DUB Poole Road, a son. Robert
Douglas, Jr. October 11.
Oscar Allen and Mrs. Mary Wal
ter Allen 804 S. East Street., two'
d.iughteis, Mary Louise and Doro
; they Louise, October 32.
Edward Walker and Mrs. Hen
nfctta Brook-- Walker, Route i :
Yake Forest, a daughter. Henrietta!
Joyce, October 5.
David Clay and Mrs. Conns Har
ns Clay. Raleigh, Route 6. a son
Mose Lee. October 6.
Merinmn Smith - „d Mr a Alice
Jones Smith- Raleigh, Rouif 3 .3
daughter, who was not named*
October 4
Willie Smith and Mir. Mittie Jet-'
ters Smith W.-.kc Fore t. Rvute 2. a
son, Mattie. October 2.
.DEATHS & FlMiims
Final rites for M's Anni:- Ar
nold who died on Monday of last
I we,! 1 !- c •n.ric ; fra:;; the
Kush Memorial AME Zen
Church here on Friday of last
week. Interment was in Mt. Hope
Cemetery.
( Final rites for Miss Effie j
Crump of 601 Rosenaount Ave. ;
who died on Friday of last week ,
were conducted from the Wilson
Temple Methodist Church on :
Oberlin road Tuesday afternoon ,
and followed by interment in
Hilicrest cemetery.
Surviving are Iter husband ;
Donnie Crump; one daughter,
Mrs. Mary Denning of Winston- ,
Salem; two sons, Charles an d j
Ollie Crump; five sisters, Mrs.
Bessie Perry of New Jersey Mrs
Ada Dark, Mrs. Ludie Cnavis,
Mrs. Addle Matthews and Mrs.
Azahe Taylor, the latter two of
Philadelphia, Pa.; and three
brothers. Ollie and Frank Chavis,
Raleigh, and Joe Chavis of Phila
delphia, Pa.
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AKA TO PRESENT
11048 DEBS BALL
Plans for the oresentation of
35 young Jadies to society n its
; an: ual Debutante Ball ware fta
!M."d .'ii the agenda of tap first
. mer-u.,. -■ Alpha Theta ©mega
. i i te Alpha Kappa Alpha
ISororit which met at the home
of Soroi Julia Delaney, on N.
; State Si- - et, with sorors Delaney
■ and Gertrude Harris as hostess-s.
T li -■ Debutante Committee,
headed by Soror Virginia Newt-li.
reported that 35 girls from Ra*
i leigh and other Eastern Ninth
; Carolina cities will be presented
|at the sorority's annual ball on
j the Raleigh Memorial Audiloi -im
! Friday evening, November 26. at
. at which time Miss Debutante of
‘ 1948 wifi be crowned.
Both debs and sorors have been
! making preparation since mid
| summer and this year's dance
promises to be one oi the most
| colorful ever presented m the
: city.
1 In addition to the bah other
; social events are being planned
! in hunoi of the young ladies, tout -
| standing among thus-* will be a
j reception given by former dcb’.i
: t. ntes and a buffet luneh-on «iv
ien by the sponsoring group aider
j the 1 rehearsal on f i r..tj.si ■ -,.r
i November 26.
i Members of the D. butante
j Committee are: Sorors Virginia
j Newell, Susie V. Pei ry, Martha
i Wheeler, Margaret Whitaker, and
! Gwendolyn Ligon.
j Upon the completion of plans
for the ball, the group heard a
loport sic-m tlie Program Cun
nuttee, headed In- S now Blau- he
: Daniels at which time tile group
i £ gened t(. lake Health a ini
j.:: ; ev of interest for the ve; :
, Gfi re.s of Alpha f tu Jim -
| s4j iiv us iolio ws:
Basilc-us, So: r Jub - D- br- .
Anti-Basileus, Soror Joyce C. Mc-
Lendon, Grammateus. Sor o:•
Gwendolyn Ligon. F,p J i>-u.
Soror Martha Whether- Tamio
chus, Soror R. McCaroey: Dean
of Pledgees, Soror Blanch? Dan
j iels; Reporter, Soror Virginia K
i Newell; Chan man Budget t.
! mittee, Soror Rachel McCauley:
Chairman Prog ra m Commit
j tee. Soror Blanche Dana,
'Chairman Debutante Committee,
Soror Virginia Newell: Chairman
I Public Affairs Committee. Sow
■ Cooper FI ow ev s Ci i a nvi n
: Health Committee, Soror Mamie
I MuCauley. Chairman St-.-ering
Committee. Soror Gertrud;- JNo
; ris: and Parliamentarian. Soror
; S. V. Perry.
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Homecoming Queens
Nominated At Shaw l.
One of eight young ladies, nom- i
inated early this week by the:
; Shaw University Student Court-!
' c-ib will preside over Homecom- 1
'ing activities Saturday afternoon
as the Shaw Bears take on the !
. Morris • Brown Wolverines in the -
\ annual classic.
The election was scheduled to
be lu-jii - wing the week with the
1 winner ‘ .- . ign as MISS HOME- ■
COMING and two runners-up
to serve attendants.
Candidates so the honor, as
| announced by William Cann.n,
| senior student of AshevtUe.
President of the Student Body,
; include Misses Eleam-i Bell, Wil
; ; mington: Ellen Kelly, Camden, S.
C.; Irene Sylver. Spring Hope:
and Inez Cogdell. FayetUjyille, ah
seniors: Gloria Payne, Swedes-
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