Mot guild cun nr session
The Book Guild Club hddite
ttva Christmas party at tha beauti
fully daiantad hone #< lln Emma
**• Boyar with Mn Maude Smith
•srtvn* aa ea-heataaa. Mrs. Irana
L. Maagrua, tha araaideat, pre
dated Mrs. Louisa' Latimer who
M tha evening activities. Mrs. Lu
la BoMnaon Shared with us a beau
tiful Christmas prayer. As we sang
many at tha traditional Christmas
■moU, and enjoyed tha melodious
voice Os Rev. J. P. Mangnim, Mrs.
Boyar assisted at tha piano. Miss
Esther Boyar also entertained us
with a beautiful piano selection.
Mrs. Boyar invited us to tha dining
reran where she and Mrs. Smith
served a delicious and daintily-pre
pared repast "Santa” (Mrs. Lati
mer) distributed gifts from under
Ibe Christmas tree.
To climax an evening of fun. Dr.
J. A. Boyer and daughter, Esther,
rendered a duet We left with a
feeling of goodwill because we
brought happiness into the lives
of our “adopted family”, by provi
ding many useful gifts for this
Guesta present Included, the Rev.
J. P. Mangrum. Miss Esther Boyer,
Dr. J. A. Boyer, and Dr. P. R. Ro
Members present were: Mrs.
Emma P. Boyer. Mrs. Maude
Smith, Mr a Irene L. Man
grum, Mrs. Louise Latimer,
Mrs. Lula Kobfawen. Mias Car
rie Harrison. Mias Alberts Hunt
and Mias Beatrice R. Martin.
ALPHABETTES HOLD FIRST
MEET OF THE YEAE
The Alphabetic* held their regu
lar monthly meeting on Friday,
January 2, at the home of the
J. C Levingston’s on Calloway
After the business meeting, the
members enjoyed viewing a movie
in color taken at the Annual Christ
mas party given by the Alphabetic*
for their husbands (members of the
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity).
The hostesses tor the January
meeting • Mesdames Alberta Lev
ingston, Mildred McDowell, and
Chloe Law* • served a delicious
meaL As usual, card playing and
conversation concluded the meet-
flbmbme unsanti Meedamee
Harriett "webeter, Alice Sole
men. EHmketh Barfield. Mary
Culler, Mhwtta Eaten, Glodtne
Taylor. Etta Teale, Mildred Me-
DeweO. »yili* Mum. LaVern
Coak. Myrtle Crockett. Ytrgtnß
Nhrweß, CWoe Laws. Alberta
Levtagetao, Ruth Davenport,
Virginia flar — sad Learn
MINISTERS’ WIVES ALLIANCE
Tha Tntar-Deaomlnational Minis
ters’ Wives Alliance held its an
nual Christmas Party at the home
«f Mrs. Mae Delaney, 508 Doby
Circle. Monday night, December
SO, at • p. m.
Tha hra«* was decorated with
and a beautiful Christmas
tree with a revolving light which
made the tree a center of attrac
A short program was rendered
which consisted of tape recordings
of Christmas carols by Miss Frnn
sene Reeca acconmanied by her
mother, Mr*. J. jr*Reece at (he
piano. Afterwhich Mrs. Mae De
laney, Mr. J. J. Reece, and Mrs. J.
D. Henry presented a very sacred
and interesting skit in honor of
the charter member*: Mrs. V. L.
Saunders, Mrs. A. B. Johnson, Mrs.
R W. Moore. Mr*. M. W. Williams
and Mrs. M. B. Saw
the hostess served refreshments
as Christmas goodies and spiced
tea. while Utile Miss Prances Ste
phens of Fayetteville entertained
by asking riddle* which was very
At this time, gifts were exchang
ed and opened, which was very
exciting. It was an enjoyable even-
Members present were: Mrs.
T. H. Harris, president; Mrs. F.
I FORD SALES and'
j ALLAN MIMS,
tU TAEBORO ST.
rocky mount, n. c
Pepsi -Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
Sm HILLSBORO ST RKET. .RALEIGH. WORTH CAROLINA TgL- TE 5-1071
H. Jehnaesi. Mrs. ML F. Becker.
Mrs. V. L Sounder*. Mrs. J. H.
Bryant, Mrs. A. B. Johns**.
Mrs. J. D. Henry. Mrs. C. C.
Burnett, Mrs. G. W. Watkins.
Mr*. & W. Mean. Mrs. D. N.
Howard. Mrs. j. J. Races, and
Mrs. Mae Delaney.
Guests were: Rev. T. H. Harris,
Rev. J. J. Reece. Rev. C. C. Bur
nett, Mrs. John Bennett, Mrs. B&-
sie Wesley and Utile Mmiss Fran
THE BUST BEE CLUB
The Busy Bee Club and the Usher
Board of Smith Temple Freewill
Baptist Church held a New Year’s
party at Tuttle Community Cen
ter, they were highly entertained
by the social committee.
Members present wore: Mes
dames Margaret Mints, Helen
Allen, Hasei McNeil. Catherine
Boykins, Lydia Garner, Florins
Smith. Josephine Upchurch.
Beatrice Watson, Margie Snipes,
Mable Yeung, Mable Guess, Lu
cy Bogun, Pearl Murphy, Pau
line Lee, Cornelia Moore, Mr.
and Mrs. James Upchurch, Mr.
and Mrs. Julios Young, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Osborne, Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Smith, and Mr.
Special guests were: Mesdames
Ruth Richardson. Thelma WiUiams,
Vessle Arnold, Dorothy Hinton, Mr.
and Mrs. Dessie Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. WiUiam R. Smith, Misses Joan
Moore, Carolyn and Ernestine Las
siter, Mr. John Moore and Walter
THE FRIDAY AFTERNOON
The Friday Afternoon Book Club
met January S, at foe home at Mr*.
Oraha Haywood. The president wel
comed all the members to begin
a new year. After all the business
was over, each member expressed
themselves for thankfulness. Mrs.
Annie Robinson gave a review of
the life of Helen Keller, which was
enjoyed by aU. We were served a
delicious dinner by the hostess Mrs.
Members present were: Mrs.
Esther Michael. Mrs. Fluky
HaU. Mrs. Mamie Moore, Mrs.
Eleanor Burch, Mrs. Nancy De
vine, Mrs. Canto Laws, Dr.
Mary P. Lane, Mrs. A. B. John
son, Mias Belva Lane, Mrs. An
nie Rehlnsen, Mrs. Mary Bry
ant, Mrs. Omha Haywood, Mm.
Zanle Haywood, Mrs. N. Hamas
and Mrs. Nara Lechart.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mr*. Pinky HaU on
January 17. We are asking all mem
bers to please be present
SIGMA GAMMA EHO SORORITY
The Sigma Gamma Hho Sorority
held its first meeting of the new
year Saturday evening, January
4. with Mrs. Meryln Lytle as hos
tess in bar home at 1817 WaUer
Presiding ever the business meet
ing was Saror Victoria Walters,
who commended the Sorors for the
success of the recent Phomonia
Golden Ban held Friday night
December 30, at St. Augustine's
Meny Hems of business were
transacted with recordings made
by the secretary, Soror Mammie
Practically the entire quota were
present making a Jolly group who
were happy to greet Soror Lovie
Ellis hack after her recant illness
and Soror Gladys L. Smith, who.
too. had been absent for some time.
After u lengthly business session
Soror Lytle served a delicious two
course meal which eras delicious.
These preseat included: Be
rors Dorothy H. Janes, Mamie
8. Haywood, Victoria M. Wal
ters, Ruth M. Bethea, Dorothy
C. Thomas. Ullle M. Bailee*
tine. Rachel & Jems. Mary G.
Carter. Edith M. Tries, Lovie
9L EUR. George H. Manly. Lot
tie M. Ballentfne. Kartyn W.
Lytle, Bobble WUUanm Gladys
Departures were made with
thanks to the hostess for an enjoy
AS HE SAID. NOT AS HE DID
LONDON (ANP) The eldest
daughter of Btr Winston Church
ill. Oreat Britain*’ eider sUtea
man. spent the last II months of
her life working with an organisa
tion which sought to dtanmde des
pairing individuals from commit
ting suicide. However, tost October
24, she took Mr own Use by means
of an overdose erf pills.
BY UKS. MAY L. BROADIE
. Our Father. Include our at
tention to reading Thy word
rgnlarly and to meditating on
It ae that wo may know the
munA deal 4W
at Thy spirit surging through
us. gave aa from having onr
lives corns out wrung, because
wo do not study and follow
that pattern we have in Christ.
Per we know that thou art a
good father and that then givost
many good tilings to aa Iky
children. Help ns to werit will
ingly at the tasks serigned to
us, even theugh doing may
mean sacrifice, wo oak In the
name at Him who gave HR life
ST. MATTHEWS AME—Sunday
School began at 9:30 with the su
perintendent, Mr. Robert LaSane,
in charge. Morning worship began
at 11 o’clock with tha senior choir
in charge of the music under the
direction of Mrs. Marie Riddick, or
ganist. Mrs. Crump. The morning
lesson was road by the Rev. George
Perry, morning prayer by Mr. Dun
more. A groat sermon was deliver
ed by the pastor, tha Rev. J. F.
Eppa His text was taken from the
21st chapter of St Matthews. A
very inspiring sermon was enjoyed
OBERLTN BAPTIST Church
school began at 9:90 with the su
perintendent, Mr. Walter Curtis, in
charge. Morning wordiip service
began at 11 sun. with the senior
choir in charge of the music, under
the direction of Mrs. Elsie Hayes,
organist Mrs. Lucille Campbell.
The morning leeeon and prayer
were led by the pastor, the Rev. Jo
seph P. Deiupsej. He took as his
subject: “Go ye into all the world
and preach the goopel, salth the
Lord.” The service was followed by
communion. Everyone enjoyed a
wonderful term on.
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST Sunday School
bofan at 10 o’clock with tha super
intendent Mr. Mack Arthur, In
charge. Morning worship started at
11:30 with the senior choir in
charge of -the music, under the di
rection of Mr. Willie Henderson.
Morning lesson and prayer were led
by the pastor, the Rev. Lester Riv
er*; who also delivered a wonder
ful eermon. Everyone enjoyed it
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Church school began at 9:30 a m.
with the superintendent Mis* Na
ni e Morgan, in charge. Morning
worship began at 11 o’clock, with
the senior choir In charge of the
sic under the direction of Mias Na
me Morgan, organist Mrs. M. M.
Kelly. The encouraging sermon was
preached by the pastor, the Rev. O.
W. Burwick, followed by commun
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Church school began at 9:30 with
the superintendent Mr. Phillip Al
ston, in charge. Morning worship
service began at 11 o’clock with the
senior choir in charge of the mu
sic. under the direction of Miss Jac
queline Mitchell. The morning les
ion and prayer were delivered by
the pastor, the Rev. J. H. Bryant
The pastor also delivered a very
inspiring sermon, followed by holy
UNION BAPTIST Church
school began at 10 in. with the
superintendent Mr. Walter Price,
in charge. Morning worship opened
at 11:30, with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mrs. Nellie Haughton. A
very spiritual message was deliv
ered by the pastor, foe Rev. E. Ma
son, followed by communion.
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Church school began at 10
o'clock with the superintendent
Mr. William Lyons, to charge
Morning worship began at 11:30
with the pastor, the Rev. L. T. Ford,
in charge, with music rendered by
the junior choir, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Elizabeth Partin; or
ganist Mrs. Topsy McCullers. Morn
ing lemon was reed by Rev. Odell
Young; morning pceyer by Rev.
Willie Welker. The Rev. T. McCel-
Uster. Jr. delivered the eermon. us
ing as hR subject: The prodkal
son comes heme.” Everyone enjoy
ed the eermon very much.
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
•cp • . to w
PLE CME—Church school began at
9:30 with the superintendent Mr*.
Delia R. Ford, to charge. Morning
worship began at II o’clock with
fob senior choir in charge of the
music, under the direction of Mias
Myrtle Rhodes. Morning lemon and
prayer were given by foe guest
minister, the Rev. Mr. Wilkins, who
also delivered the «n»mtng lesson,
taking hR text from foe 22nd di
vision of Psalms, and using aa his
subject "So many people forget
ting God." The sermon was follow
ed by holy communion.
FIRST BAPTIST—Sunday school
began at 9:30 with foe superinten
dent Mr. W. H. Taylor, to charge
Morning worship service began at
11 o'clock with the senior choir to
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mrs. M. T. James, organ
ist and minister of music, Mrs. E-
M M. Kelly. Call to worship was
given by foe pastor, foe Bev. G
Rev. Ward delivered the morn
ing sermon using as his text “A
great resolution.” The message was
enjoyed by all present
BTU began at 6:30 with tha lead
er. Mr. Frank Hinton, in charg.
Evening service opened at 7:30 with
the pastor again delivering foe ser
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS -
Sunday school began at the usual
hour with the superintendent Mr.
Arthur Williams, to charge. Morn
ing worship followed Immediately.
The pastor, the Rev. Ell Ratcliff,
delivered a wonderful eermon from
the book of Jeremiah, using aa hR
subject, “A new covenant’ Music
was rendered by foe senior choir,
accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Rat
cliff. Regular communion service
was held in the evening.
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Sunday school began at
10 am. with the superintendent Mr.
Elbert Sanders, in charge. Morning
worship began at 11 o'clock with
the senior choir in charge of the
music, under foe direction of Mes
dames Holder and Rfilllams. Scrip
ture lesion was taken from Acts
27. Prayer by Deacon Baker. The
Rev. J. D. Ray, pastor, brought a
wonderful sermon. Subject: "In
whom do you believe and in whom
do you trust?” Mrs. Cornelia San
ders Moore R church reporter.
ST. PAUL AME—Sunday school
began at foe usual hour with Mrs.
H. Mitchell presiding. Mrs. Geneva
Brown was at foe piano and Miss
J. R. Mebane leading foe singing.
A brief review of foe lesson was
given by the pastor, the Rev. L. S.
Penn. The morning service began
with the senior choir leading foe
processional. The pastor’s sermon
was very inspiring. HR text was
taken from foe book of Isaiah, 9:7.
His subject was, “A perpetual
Christmas." Our pulpit guest was
foe Rev. James Lassiter. Holy com
munion followed foe morning ser
RUSH METROPOLITAN AMEZ
—Church school began at 9:49 a.m.
with foe assistant superintendent,
Mr. Jesse Degraffenreldt, In charge.
MARRIED IH RALEIGH CEREMONY —Miss dunce
O’Hara WiHh and Walter < Bn ) Browning. Jr., are shown short
!y alter then wedding on Sunday, December 29, at the Pint Bap
tist Church hare with the Rev. Charles W. Ward, pastor, officia
ting. The bride is a 1957 graduate ol the J. W. Ligon High School
here, and attended Cortes Peters Business College, Washington,
D. C., for two yean. Browning finished Ligon from 1953 57, and
is a 1961 graduate of North Carolina College at Durham. He was
recently discharged from the U, S. Army after serving 2 years. The
Brownings will home in Raleigh. (See complete story
in next week's i editiW.
The junior ehureh services were
rendered by Bro. Shelley Tbytor.
The regular morning worship ser
vice was conducted by the peeler,
foe Bev. T. H. Bento The music
was furnished by the enter choir,
under foe direction of Mrs. Ethel
Jeffery*. Rev. Barrie preached •
soul-stirring mameya. HR tost was
choean from the following scrip
ture, Rev. 21st chapter, comprising
so let and Bid versa*. Thame: “See
ing new things font are right end
just for ell people*” Mrs. AanteH.
Thorpe la church reporter,
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday School began at 11 un.
with the superintendent to charge.
The subject discussed was “Power
of a dedicated Ufa.” Morning wor
ship followed Immdlataly. The pas
tor, the Rev. S. It Spencer, brought
us a wonderful sermon, from the
book at St Matthews, the Mto
chapter. He used aa hR subject:
“The word that wUI bring Christ
BTU was opened by foe presi
dent Mr. J. A. Marks. Subject dis
cussed was “The Heavenly Dove.”
Church reporter R Mr*. Jamie M.
FAYETTEVILLE STREET BAP
TIST—Sunday school was opened at
9:30 with so superintendent Mr.
Luther Hunter, to charge. The 11
o'clock service was opened with foe
senior choir to charge of foe mu
sic, under foe direction of Miss
Janie Lindsey. The eermon wee de
livered by our paster, foe Rev. W.
B. Lewis. Re took hR text from
Gen. 3:9. HR eermon was inspira
tional as usual. Communion follow
ed foe morning service .
BTU was opened at 0:30 with the
director. Deacon J. D. Row* In
charg*. At 7 o'clock. Rev. Lewis
delivered another sermon, using as
his Subject, "Let it alone this year.”
The service was enjoyed by all who
BY MBS. MADDIE FLOYD
ZEBULON—Sunday school open
ed at 10 a. m. with the supt., to
charge of the devotional service.
T.h.e subject of the lesson was,
“Mary Tha Mother of Jesus.” Rev.
Avery Horton reviewed the lesson.
Morning worship service started
at 11:30 with the pastor. Rev. Avery
Horton, to charge. Music was ren
dered by the senior choir.
The East Wake Ushers’ Union
was held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. with
foe president, Mr. Marion Spells
The Union meeting was a groat
Mrs. Claudia Morgan was funara
lizad last Thursday. Tha Rev. G E.
Mr. Idell Wright is on the sick
list We pray for him a speedy re
The Christmas Savings Club met
at the home of Mrs. R. P. Richard
son last week.
RETURNS FROM GARY. END.
Mrs. Geneva P. Brown of E.
Lenoir St, baa returned from
Gary. tad, where ah* mat the
Christmas botktoya with her
tleughter end son-in-law, Mr. end
Mrs. awry lewis end grand
children. Neva and Anthony. MR.
Brawn report* an exciting and
safe trip and a very good time.
BACK FROM BROOKLYN. N. Y.
Mm. Mary Sandora of 514 S.
Menton St., ha* returned train
Brooklyn. New York, whan ah*
viatted her ehUdren and grand
MRS. CHARITY MATTHEWS
RETURNS TO N. J.
Mrs. Charily Matthews of At
taatie City. N. J, formerly of thia
city baa returned home attar vis
iting her airier, Mr*. Ora Let
Wooten of 117 Alaton St She also
visited friend* of her*. Mi*. Fan
nie A very and Mn. Roaabelle
Chisolm of ill E. Bdenton St
VISITORS FROM N. T. CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Storks. IIS W. Mist Street.
New Yeah CKy. have retained
hem* after vtaltW Mrs.
Storks' parents and grand
- mother, Mr. and Mr*. Dale*
Freeman and Mr*. Lena Jon**,
nepeeitvely. at 9M E. Bragg
Street, daring the reconi holi
day season. Mrs. Storks R the
former Donnie Mao William
sen of Raleigh.
VISIT PARENTS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Avan WUBam
ton, 311 W. Mlal Street, New
York City, visited hie parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Garner WMUam
sen, IMS E. Martin Street,
and kar parents, Mr. and Mi*,
om of Franklin Terrace dar
ing the meant holiday aeaeew.
Mrs. WlOtomaan to the form
er Mtaa Ehna GUI of Wake
THOMPSON FT A SETS
The Thompson School PTA will
hold it* tegular meeting on Thurs
day, January 9. at t:00 P. M. in
the school auditorium. The grade
mothers will meet In room 3 at
7:30 P.M. All parent* and adult
friends an urged to attend.
LIBRARY REVISES LIST OP
The Richard B. Harrison Pub
lic Library Staff has revised It*
list of Organisations and Club* in
Raleigh and Wake County for la
st. Also available R a supplemen
tary list of new olube formed In
this area. Theee Hat# are available
upon request at the main library.
SETS ANNUAL TOY SHOW
The Richard B. Harrison Pub
lic Library, on South Blount St..
will have its annual TOY SHOW
on Saturday morning. January 11.
1944. at 11:30. All boys and dir la
ore Invited to bring their favorite
toys and show how they work. All
ages may take part. There will be
something nice tor everyone who
MOTORED TO DILLON. I. C.
Mr. and Mr*. Forest Wilson of
Poole Road end Mr. and Mr*. Ju
nius Kate* spent the weekend In
Dillon. 8. C. visiting relatives and
Mrs. Angle Sturdivant of Brook
lyn. N. Y. attended foe funeral of
her sunt. Mr*. Stella High Grace,
on Friday. December 27, at fo#
Llghtoer Funeral Home Chapel.
Mr*. Grace formerly lived on Ober
lin Road, before moving to ChavU
Her survivors include one daugh
ter, Mrs. Amanda Mills, one neice.
Mrs. Angie Sturdivant; aeveral
grand neices and nephews all of
Brooklyn. N. Y., and a stepsister.
Mr*. Mary Brown AUton. of Pool*
VISITORS ON FOWLE ST.
Mr. Robert Berm, Sr., Mr.
end Mrs. Robert Berne. Jr, all
es New Yerk City recently vis
ited the Sharpers and Merritt
*e Fewle Street. Mrs. Kebert
Berm, Sr, and Mr. Bebert
Berm, Jr, are sktcr-la-Rw
end nephew, respectively at
Mn. S. R Sharper.
VISIT m NEW JERSEY
Miss Shirley Lee Kearney of
Method who R a sophomore at
Shaw University visited her couiin
to Newark. N. J, during the Chrtit
MW. PETER HOLDEN VISITS
Mr. Fetor Helden. formerly es
paid a visit to the etiy
tori week to vtolt relatives and
friend*. New a resident at New
Mbm im-HarWi tirmfllU
t>f nmt u« KjAIBBMaZI
tun *•t »• a JtiywiH
Corns to Shoo iisflii
Yard for Mice rKK'
non Set over ;M
fpj Memorial* M ; Izfc
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Bey Dtr*«< “^Ses.SSE^
WAR N E R
RALEIGH. N. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY U, ISM
My Lady*s Doings
♦ ♦ ♦
In And Oat Os Town
BY MRS. A. H. THORPS
-THE ONLY WAY*
. When Rente* to a* high yen
seat eitmb ever tt ee wide
you east waft areend R a*
deep yen eeat dig under It the
only way I* beat to to to walk
right through to.
Mr. Leslie Campbell of Chavis
Helghst has returned to fo* city
after having been called to South
Caroline on account of foe death
of hR aßter.
Her* Far Funeral
Mrs. Charlotte Du ns ton William*
and husband. Chester, es New Yerk
City, were to the city for tha fu
neral of their greet aunt, Mrs. Al
ice Gill; also homo tor fo* funeral
was Mr. Rudolph Dunston of New
Eeeupsratoug After Bet* Shot
Mr. Larry Graham, fo* sen es
Mr. and Mn LeaUe Graham of
Biltmor* HUR R recuperating at
his home oa Hadley ltd. after suf
fering a gunshot wound.
Motor to Santo Oereitee
Raleigh Business Coßege
BY CONNIE BEST
Recently, the Baverend J. H.
Clanton, chaplain at Central Pri
son hare, spoke to the students at
Raleigh Business College.
He received foe Bachelor of
Theology end Bachelor of Divinity
degrees from Shaw University.
He R e minister antd has pes
tered meny churches in foe state.
Reverend Clanton told the stu
dent* at Raleigh Bustness Collage
that this R an ego of competition
and only those who do well will
He reminded the studanß foot
everyday R Christmas. Net only
should we give et Christmas, but
on* should give hR beet everyday.
God gives us and In return w*
should give to others.
Professor K. V. Brown, retired
principal es Dillard High Bchool,
Goldsboro, visited the school on
Monday, January 6, and praeantod
Mount Olive Highlights
BY ALFONZA EZZELL
CARVER DEFEATS SELMA
MT. OLlVE—Basketball coach L
W. Hlckerson'B Carver High School
Tiger* of Mt Olivo downed the
Richard B. Harriaon Bulldog* of
Selma, Friday night by the icore of
Hubert Wooten waa the loading
acorer for the Carver Tigers with
36 polnst, Samuel Frailer scored
16 points, while Ralph Holme* and
Allen Miller scored • point- each.
F. Neal was the leading scorer
for the R. B. Harrison Bulldogs
with 22 points.
The Carver Junior varsity also
won, Sl-18. The leading scorer for
the Junior varsity was Mlncle
Grimes with 30 points.
HONOR ROLL OF CARVER
Bth Grade: A—Julalt Dancy, Dol
ly Green, Linda Greenfield. Mattie
Greenfield. Zelda Greenfield and
Linds Worrell. B—Brenda Aultman.
Cllffitine Baas. Cynthia Carlton. Al
fonsa Exsell. Linda Orlswold.Ben
Hinton, Gloria Lee, Linda King,
Milton Lofton. Jean McKinley. De
wild* McKnlght Janette Outlaw,
Katrina Pearaall. Brnda Swtnson,
Joseph Warren. Kathryn Ward, and
10th Grade: A—Geo. Martin. B
David Armstrong. Jacqueline Brim
mage, Linda Ora them, Faye Holm*
Fort City, MT. Holden spent
sense Woe evMh his as other la
law, Mrs. Learn Mel eed, as MS
E. Martin Street. Mrs. MsMsn
la the farmer Mlaa Mery Lae
MeLeed es RaMgh. She dM net
. msapsey hhn en Hda trip. He
la the farmer adder and pnh*
l Khar es Mew Verb* Oetenkl
i *v I
I QBTICIANE. tee. |
Mtos Putrid* Andrew*, to*
daughter of Mr. and Mi*. Imlah
Andrews at Cotton Street, smtored
to South Carolina lest weak with
Vlrite Msto« and Mater
Mr. John HLBrown of Washing
ton, D. C was la tbs city tori weak.
While here ha visited and enjoyed
dinner with hR mother, Mrs. Au
relia Brawn of E. Hargett St, and
Mrs. Elisabeth Andrews, hR stotor
of Cotton 8L
Relatives Proas Washington. D. C.
Mrs. Aurelia Brown of E. Her
> geti St has returned to the city
after having qpent aa enjoyable va
cation la Washington, D. G with
her children, Mr. end Mis. John
H. Brown, and grandchildren.
Joint Sendees MsM
Joint services es St Paul AMI,
Orac* AME Eton. St Matthew AME
f end Rush Metropolitan AMB Eton
Churches war* held et St Matthew
: AME Church on B. Davie St last
Sunday at T pun. The manage was
brought by fo* Bev. L. R Penn,
pastor of St Paul AMB Church.
the school s copy of his book. “The
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roes In North Carolina”.
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of honor for the winter quarter.
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Brenda Edwards, Raleigh; Ethel
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Jean Walker, Raleigh.
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Connie Maria Bast. Ooldsbore;
Marian Bryant. HalUboro; Chris
tine Burrell, Raleigh; Ida Firry,
Raleigh; Clara Webb, Roanoke Ra
pids, and Annie Brown, Wilming
as. Bernice Jonas, Carolyn King.
Leon Marahall, Lonnie McKinney.
Sadie McKnlght. Cassandra Royal
and Douglas Walls.
11th Oradr. A—Janie Fax, B--
Lippmon Durham, Ruth Fslson.
Jimmy Flowers, Clarice Hander
•on. Batty Sutton, Betty Teacher.
Barbara Waters, and Eula Williams.
12th Grade: B Mary Bsrflcld,
Jimmy Brock. Nancy Caldwell, Jas.
Cromartie. Mary Anna Durham.
David Evsns, Kanneth Griswold,
Horace Henderson, Roosevelt Jones,
Mary Knight Mary Kornegay, Syl*
vis Kornegay, Katie Kornegay,
Ruffin Loftln. Carolyn Manley, Lin*
da Flfford, Hattie Forbes, Vlletha
Aultman, Barbara Ssmpbon, Swin
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