RALEIGH, S. C„ SATURDAY, JANUARY It. IM4
BY MRS. MAY u BROADIB
Eternal Father, forgive ua
our railure to appreciate the
the worth of Thee of that
which wo hare. Help ua thii
day to 4# for Christ aa much
aa our meana allow. Giro ua
deeper understanding to hack
our faith with worka worthy
of Jhy praise. Mar w« from
humble hearts give Thee
thanlu this day we pray In
WILSON TEMPLE METHOD
IST—Church school began at 9:30
am. with the superintendent,
Mia* Nanie Morgan, in charge.
Morning worship services began
at 11 o'clock with the Junior choir
in charge of tho music, under the
direction of Mrs. M. M. Kelley, or-
Morgan. Morning lesson and
ganist and pianist. Mias Teraldlne
prayer b7 the pastor. Rev. O. W.
Burwtck. We heard a wonderful
sermon delivered by our pastor.
OBERLIN BAPTIST Church
school began at 9:30 a.m with
the superintendent, Mr. Walter
Curtis. In charge. Morning wor
ship began at 11 o'clock with the
senior choir in charge of the mu
sic, under the direction of Mrs.
Elsie Hayes, organist, Mrs. Lu
clle Campbell. Morning l'weon and
prayer were led by the pastor.
Rev. J. P. Dempsey. Be also
brought to ua a very rood ser
mon using as his subject "When
Life Tumbles." It was very In
BT. MATTHEWS AME—Church
school began at 9:80 a.m. with the
superintendent, Mr. Robert Le-
Sane. Jr., In charge. Morning wor
nhip began at 11 o'clock with the
Junior eholr in Charge ot the mu
sic. under the direction of Mr.
D. R. Leach, organist. Mrs. An
nette Peterson. Morning lesson
was given hv the *"•* "—-
a v«iy w>uo<ung sermon was de
livered by the pastor, Rov. J. F.
Epps. His text was taken from
Job 45:5 His subject was "Vic
torious End." Every one enjoyed
II very much.
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST
Church school began at 9:30
with the superlndent, Mr Phillip
Alston, in obargs. Morning wor
ship began at 11 o'clock with the
MARRIED IN HOME CEREMONY HERE—Mn Hattie
W. Wat lam, BIS Cotton Street, became fits bride ot Mr Arthur
Dumton on Wednesday, January 1, at ths above address. The
Her. Charles W. Word, pastor oi the Firnt Beptiet Chureh, other
ated. Given in marriage by Mr. Frank J. Hinton. Sr., the bride
wore a blue town oi brocade, and a mantilla ret/. Mrs. Ruth La-
Sene William• tang a so lo ami a recaption followed the nuptial*.
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Junior eholr in charts of the mu
sic, under the direction of Mist
Jacqueline Mitchell Morning les
son and prayer were lad by the
pastor. Rev. J. H. Bryant, who
also brought a wonderful sermon,
which was enjoy td by all
VOUNO'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Churoh schom began
at 9:30 a.UL with the aupsHntend
ent. Mrs. Della R .Ford, in charge.
Morning worship began at 1J
o'clock with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the
direction of Miaa Myrtle A.
Rhodes. Morning lesson and pray
er by the pastor, Rev. J. A. Lind
sey. He took his texxt from Acts,
3:1, using as his subject "X Am
Alive for Something.” The ser
mon was enjoyed very much.
UNION BAPTIST Church
school began at 10:30 a.ni. with
superintendent, Mr. Waltei Price
in charge. Morning wor
ship began Immediately after the
Sunday School lesson with the
senior eholr In charge of the mu
sic. under the direction of Mrs.
Nettle Harrington. Aver» Inspir
ing, sermon was dellvereu by tbs
pastor, the Rev. E Mason
ST ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Church school boson at 10
a.m. with the superlnten.lrnt, Mr.
William Lyons, in chart*. Wor
ship service Is held every Mrst and
third Sundays at 11:10 r m. You
ore invited to worship with ua
The pastor is Rsv. L. T. Ford.
LILY OP THE VALLT. FREE
WILL BAFTI. r Church school
began at 10 o'clock e.m. with the
auperlntendent, Mr. Mock Arthur,
in charge. Morning worship serv
ice began at 11 o’oioek with the
Junior choir In charge of the mu
tic, under the direction of Mr.
Willie Hendorson. The sermon
FIRST BAPTIST Church
school began at 9:30 am. with the
superintendent. Mr. W. H. Taylor,
Sr., in charge. Morning worship
began at 11 o'clock, with the jun
ior choir in charge of he music,
under the direction of Mr. W. W.
Hurdle; organist. Mr*. Ruby P.
Oreene. The morning 'waon and
prayer were led by the pastor.
Rev. C. W. Ward. He aisu deliv-
ered a wonderful mm. taking
his text from the Book oi Ephe
sian 9:19. Subject: “Shield of
B. T. U. began at 9:19 with the
leader. Mica Eugenia Mooia pre
siding. Organist, Mias < Jlaudette
Levister. Scripture reading by
Mr. Walter Davenport, Jr., pray
er, by Rev. Mr. Chambliss Due
to the bad weather, theve wet no
RUBH METROPOLITAN AME
ZlON—Church school began at
9:45 a.m., with the sup*i intend
ed. Mr. Leslie Campbell and Mr.
Jeesls Degraffenridt, In charge.
At 10:30, the Junior church serv
ices ware conducted by the Rev.
Shelly Taylor. The regular morn
ing worship service* were conduct
ed by the pastor. Rev. T. H. Har
ris. Rsv. Harris preache 1 a pow
erful meeage from Acts 26:14.
Theme: ‘Listen to the Voice of
Ood.' Mrs. Annie H. Thorpe is
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Sunday School began
ct 10:00 with the superintendent,
Mr. Elbert Bandera, In charge.
Rev. J. D. Ray made tho call to
worship at 11 a.m. with the sen
ior eholr in charge of tno music,
under the direction of Mrs Hol
der and Mrs. Mints. Ray
brought us a wonderful message
from Acts. Sid chapter and 1-13
verses. Subject: “Challenger of
the Church." The message was
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS—
Sunday School began at the usual
hour with the superintendent. Mr.
Arthur Williams. In charge. Mom
!ng worship followed Immediately.
Our paster, Rsv. Hi Ratcliff, in
troduced Elder B. J. ' Johnson
who delivered the mom.ns me*-
sus? SLw« u»." Uuuu »*• ten
dered by the Junior cho.r, under
the direction of Mrs. Fannie
Washington, accompanied by
Brother William Ratcliff at the
piano. The sermon was enjoyed
ROSEBUD GARDEN CLUB IN
The Roeebud Garden Club held
its Annual Christmas Party at ths
YWCA on Davis Street recently.
The beautiful Christmas Story
was portrayed In verst and song,
lira K. N. Combo, program chair
men, end Mrs. Nora Sanders pre
sented The Christmas Story.
Thera were exchanging of gifts
which all enjoyed. Everyone had a
wonderful time and wished each
one a Happy New Year.
CHAKMETTEf SOCIAL CLUB
The Channettea Social Club met
at tho home of Mrs. Lydia Morgan
oo Tuesday, January T. The meet
ing was opened by the president,
The club received a letter of
thanks from the family to which !
it gave a basket of food recently
The next meeting of the club will
be held on Tuesday. January 21,
at the home of Mra. Lula Williams,
1119 Holman Street.
BUSY BEE CLUB ENJOYS
The Busy Bee Club of the Smith
Temple Freewill Baptist Church
met January T, at the homo of Mr.
end Mr*. Arthur Mints oo Holt
Following the devotion, the pres
ident opened the business session
Club member* dlscuseed a yearly
project. The hcetess served a de
lightful repeat, which was enjoyed
by Uis following: _
Meadsicm Marganft Mints. Am
elia Osborne, Lori# Young, Cor
nelia Moors, Florins Smith, and
Haael McNeil; Mr. and Mrs. James
Upchurch;’ and Everett Smith.
COSMETOLOGIST CLUB HOLDS
Cosmetologist Club, Chapter 41,
met on Monday. January g, at the
home of Mrs. Elisabeth L. Crump,
308 Camden Street
The following officers were elect
President. Ml*. Mary Whitt ey.
vies prwldmt, Mra Georgia M-
Htnten; is wetary. Mra Maggie
Beedi eseMaat secretary, Mra
INTERNATIONAL COTILLION OUTSTANDING SUCCESS
The 4th annual International CotUUon ot the Nations! Council of
Negro Women, sponsored In support of The Mary McLeod Bethune
Education Fund, which wa» hrlJ at The Americana Hotel, New York
City, on January 2. has been acclaimed one of the most successful
social events of the season. The Cotillion presented 42 young ladies
from four continents and varying backgrounds. In top photo are
seen some of the young ladles and eaeorts for the event. Prom left,
the young people are Jamea W’llUama, Bt. Albans, N. Y.; La Sandro
Robinson. Monroe, La.; Pamela Mitchell, India, USAP Ist Lt. Moss
H. Kendrlx, Jr.. Washington. D. C-; Doris Landrum, St. Louis, Mo;
Brigitte Bollecker, France, and Aso Varney, Ghana. In next group
ing, Alvin Wilks, right, introduces Miss Dorothy Height, 2nd front
right, NCNW president, and her party to youth ut post-Cotillion
breakfast-dance sponsored by The Coea-Cola Company, Atlanta,
Go., a co-sponsor of the CotUUon. From left are PRman Moo* H.
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
“ ONE ANOTHER'S BURDEN"
"Pity sought my soul. Tar
my brother'! I'd thought ••
free, and •« I shifted the bur
den with gentle hands. Hope
and strength name bark to me."
Mrs. Pauline Thorpe Chapman
and Mrs. Lillie McDonald of Wash
ington, D. C. visited their sick mo
ther, Mrs. Ida Thorpe of 1903 E.
Edenton St. recently. We wish for
her a speedy recovery.
PATIENT AT WAKE MEMORIAL
Mr Willie Patterson, Jr. known
to all his friends ss "Mutt” is a
patient at Wake Memorial Hospi
tal. His many friends say, “Keep
your chin up and hurry home.” We
too. wish for him a speedy recov
ATTENDS FUNERAL OF BRO.
Miss Lillie Brooks of E. Lenoir
St was out of tha city last week
attending the funeral of her brother
in Pittaboro. We extend to her and
other members of the family our
love and sympathy.
CUB SCOUT® MEET
The Cub Scouts met st Rush Met
ropolitan Church on Saturday af
ternoon at 4 p.m. Mr. Pedro McCoy
ia Scout Leader and Mrs. Alda Me-
Cullers is Den Mother.
HOME FOB FUNERAL
Messrs. Lewis and Varnon Hay
wood of New York City, also Mrs.
: Mary Louise Jennings of California
j were in the city for the funeral
;of their mother, Mrs. Mary Hay
j wood of Manly St., last week.
PATIENT AT WAKE MEMORIAL
Mrs. Gertrude Perry of 318 Fowls
Cal He Jones: treasurer. Mrs.
Margaret Hall: social commit
tee, Mrs dames Cosy Rand sad
Mary Prances Lane: and re
porter. Mrs. Elisabeth Crump.
Present at the meeting were:
, Meedamee Thelma Rickett. Mary
Whitley. Mildred Mason. Margaret
Holt; Cal'is Jones.' Mary F. Lane,
and the hostess
The next meeting will be held
| st the home of Mrs. Mery E. Jones
i S. Person Street, on Monday, Feb
St. ia a patient at Waka Memorial
Hospital. We pray for bar a speedy
NAPE GIVES TO THE NEEDT
The Raleigh Branch of the Na
tional Allance of Postal Employee
enlarged Its welfare program dur
ing the recent Christmas season.
The members, selected families
from a special list and Ml tended
help in those areas tha families
felt were moat needed
Dinners, food bona and afaieks
In one area, a dentist's bill was
paid in full and tha raoaipt given
to tha person receiving tha den
Tha Comrades of NAPE who
made this program possible were
happy to be able to help
NAPE ia a national union,
founded some M yean ago- Its
purpose is to promote good serv
ice. to Inform, and to see that all
people receive the same equality
of opportunity in the functioning
of our government.
SHAW UNIVERSITY VESPERS
The Rev. James D. Ballard,
paster. first ■ Institutional
Baptist Church. Winston-Sa
lem, and a student of the
Duke University D trinity
School, win apeak at Bhaw
University's vesper services an
Sunday. January It, at i:S®
pjn. in Unhrenity (karak
The program ta under tha as
apices of the Delta Gamma
Chapter es the Kappa Alpha
The pablie la Invited.
BURKES AM PROUD PARENT®
Mr. and Mn. Johnnie Edward
Burke, m Hadley Bead, are
the proud parents es a baby
bey. bore Tuesday. January l
Yeung Ronald Edward (arte
weighed hi at • pauah and •
EmUt Washington, D. C., whoso firm serves the Coca-Cola bust
nemi JSisa Vlrita Lewis, New York City, Mrs. Daisy Lampkln, Pitts
burgh. Pa„ who Is chairman Os NCNW’s Be'hune Educational Fund;
Mas Haight and Mr. WUks, who handled the CotUUon choreography
with Mrs. Ada Fisher Jones, seen at lower right. Mrs. Lampkln, In
box, tntroluoea Arthur A. J. Weglein. center, president of Daggett Sc
Ramsdell, Inc., a co-sponsor of the CotiUlon from Us inception, and
Mr. Kendrlx, a CotiUlon rice chairman. Mr. Weglein had two daugh
ter* In the CotUUon and hi* son-in-law, George Velyo, wrote the
music and lyrics for the debutante song, "Tonight’s the Night.”
which waa performed by Broadway singing star, Jimmy Randolph.
Mias Martha G. Palmer, lower left. Cotillion executive director and
Mra Ala Fisher Jones, right, flank. Dr. Jeanne L. Noble. New York
City; Mas Height, Miss WUhelmina F. Adams, New York City, and
Mr. Kendrlx, during CotUUon reception.
St. Augustine’s Instructor
Admitted To Milton Society
Robert A. Smithey of the English
Department of Saint Augustine’s
Collage has recently been admitted
to membership In The Milton So
ciety of America.
The Society la composed of de
votees and scholars of John Milton,
famous seventeenth-century Eng
lish poet, considered by many au
thorities to be second only to
Shakespeare among English poets.
The Society membership lists some
of tha top scholars in the leading
universities' In America and Cana
da. la presldant of the organization.
ATTEND WEDDING. RECEPTION
Questa attending the wedding and
reception of Mrs. Hattie W. Watkins
and Mr. Arthur Duns ton on Wed
nesday. Jan. 1. at >lB Cotton Street
ware at follows:
Mrs. Josephine Robinson, Mrs-
Mary C. McKay. Mrs. May L. Broa
dla. Mrs. Carrie McDonald, Mrs.
Ruth L. Williams, Mrs. Mary L.
Mitchell, Mrs. Rosa L. Jones. Mr.
Prank J. Hinton. Sr, Mrs. Roberts
0 Ward, Mias Joyce Hinton, Mrs.
Ralph Burt Mrs. Margaret Hinton.
Mrs. Mamie BurrwlL Min Morelle
Jones, Mr. Will Lyon. Mr. Early
Regers, Mrs. Rosabella Hinton.
Mrs. Elisabeth Crump, Mrs. C. J.
Pitta, Mrs. Lydia Walker, Mn Ma
rie Peterson. Mrs- S. M. Walker,
and Mrs. Lina Dunston.
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Mr. Smithey become# the
third Negro member of the So
ciety. Dr. Marion E. Musgrave,
head of the English Depart
ment at Alcorn College. Leg
man, Miss., and an authority on
John Donne, and Dr. David W.
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Exhibit At FSC
FAYETTEVILLE A »erol-ab
stract exhibition by Larry Blizzard
is being shown In the Chastnutt
Library at Fayetteville State Col
lege There are 14 paintings in the
collection, which made up a par
tial fulfillment for his Mister of
Arts degret In Fiat Art ct East
Blizzard’s idee that "painting la
a creation, some aspect* of which
refer to rest life" it eleariy reveal
ed in his figurative paintings. These
works challenge the Imagination of
The exhibit is opened to the pub
lic and will extend through Jan
uary 24, between the hours of 9
son. to 9 pjn.
On Money In
The extension staff of Wake
County will be conducting meet
ings throughout the county this
month on Family Financial Plan
ning. The meeting is designed to
assist families on how to get the
most out of the family dollar.
Meetings for the weeks of Janu
ary 13th and 20th are as follows:
Wednesday. Jan. 15, 8:00 p.m.—Jef
freys Grove School; Thursday, Jan.
16, 2:30 p.m.—Dubois School, Wake
Forest; Thursday, Jan. 16, 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2:00 pm.—Holly
Springs School: Tuesday, Jan. 21,
fi:00 p.m.—Lockhart School; Wed
nesday, Jan. 22, 8:00 p.m.—Carver
School, Wendell: Thursday, Jan. 23,
2:00 p.m.—Garner School; Thurs
day, Jan. 23. 8:00 p.m. Apex
tVs svUnslnn oinff
I are- W C Davenport, agrlrulHir.il
agent; M. W. Askew, assistant ag
ricultural agent; Mrs. N. P. Wim
berley, home economics agent; Mrs.
M. B. Graham, associate home eco
MRS. CARRIE BELLE MOOSE
Graveside services for Mrs. Car
rie Belle Moore were held at Moun:
Hope cemetery Friday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock with the Rev. James
| A. Avery officiating.
Mrs. Moore, who died Monday -
of last week in Wake Memorial
Hospital, has no immediate rela
Northern Michigan University,
Marquette, Michigan, a Milton
scholar, are the other two Ne
Smithcy holds the B.A. degree
from DcPauw University and the
M.A. degree frm the University
of Wisconsin. In addition, he has
done extensive graduate work at the
Graduate School of Arts and Sci
ences at Harvard and Cornell uni-
Mr. Smlthey was the first Negro
to be approved by the English De
partment of the University of Mary
land as an English instructor in
the University of Maryland's over
seas program, and for two years
served as the only Negro on Its Far
East faculty. Smithey has also serv
ed as chairman of the freshman di
i vision and head of the Communica
tions Department of Talladega Col
lege. In Alabama.
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