„.*H* OMAItIA GOLDEN BALL PERFORMERS —77 m
Highateppers of Holly Spring Elamoatary School, Holly
under the direction of Mre. Daisy Neleon, performed
for the Queen and her court. Pictured here are, left to right:
THE RICHARD ..B. HARRISON SCHOOL DANCE
GRQUP of Selma, entertained the Queen and her court at the
Rhomania Golden Ball, sponsored by the local chapter of Sigma
Gamma Rho Sorority during the holidays. Pictured let* to right.
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night, January •, with the presn
tation of conductor-pianist William
Hooker in a recital This appearance
was one of many he makes as he
gives more than 100 piano recitals
throughout the nation yearly.
Mr. Hooker's renditions were
taken from the works of such
noted composers as Handel,
Bach, Beethovn, Debussy and
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Between selections, the pianist
gave uwui Uik» in order to stab
lish a sort of rapport with hit at
tentive and already highly-impress
ed audience. The full house audi
ence gave Mr. Hooker a standing
ovation. His encore consisted of
At the close of the program, Mr.
Hooker voluntarily offered to lis
ten to any music student who was
desirous of playing for him. Many
took advantage of this opportunity.
Presently, Mr. Hooker is serving
as the permanent conductor of the
The Second Lyceum Program,
which will be based on Negro His
tory, will be held Thursday, Feb.
13, on the college campus.
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RHOMANIA GOLDEN BALL QUEEN and Runners-up Eueeha Edgerton, center, was
crowned queen ol the Rhomania Golden Ball held during the hobndaye. Her attendants wen Ar
turo Ritter, hit and Ernestine Jones. This affair was sponsored by the hoel chapter of Sigma
Gamma Rho Sorority.
Alphas To Observe Founder’s Day;
Shaw’s President Guest Speaker
Phi Lambda Chapter, of Alpha
’hi Alpha Fraternity the oldeat
'•reek letter organization for Ne>
roea will observe it* 58th year on
Saturday. Feb. 1, 1964, in the form
d a banquet In the dining room
DB. J ABIES E. CHEEK
of Hamlin drug statu. It eras out
of tha philosophy and spirit of
Brother Dubois, thst tha Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity was organized at
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y„
in 1906, by seven scholar “JEWeU"
in residence there.
Aa early aa lIU, a commit
tae an Student Affairs, prepas *
ed a plan "tadestag students ta
came ta hnstitutlaus at higher
learning, especially Carnell*”.
This was the beginning of tie
outstanding contributions of Alpha
Phi Alpha to tha educational life
of the Negro to America In 1830,
Alpha organised the “Go to High
School—Go to College Movement”
This program gave Impetus and en
couragement to young poplt to stay
Alpha has led the fight In such
case* as the Murray vs. Maryland,
Gaines vs University of Missouri,
and Johns*) vs. University of Ken
tucky. These cases were precedent*
for the historic decision of 1954
It is a compelling fact that today
Alpha furnishes twenty-seven of
the thirty-three Negro Land Grand
Colleges In America.
Alpha’s and theta- wives and
sweethearts are looking for
ward to the appearance of Bra.
Dr. James K. Cheek, new presi
dent of Shaw University, main
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the worst way, and he finally got
one—but not the one he wanted.
After some holiday celebration,
Dowden decided to ptok up a oar
as a Christmas present. He went
to the Evanston Dodge ootnpany.
put hla fist thru the plate glass
window and stepped Inside to se
lect his gift.
His first pick wns a station wac
iiv iUU. iuU. a buivibV UuU.
on, but slopping driving caused
Another station wagon, but he not
maneuver It through a back door.
Then he picked a black sedan bore
no license plates. Enroutc home,
he was nabbed by alert police and
Jailed on SIO,OOO bond. Instead
of a new car he has a new sen
tence for burglary.
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Newell, and Brother Dr. Joeeph
Jones, who is prsaldsnt of the local
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DIAL TB J-9475-TB 1-9217
of the Local Spiritual Assembly,
announced that World IteHgten
Day, an annual apodal event on
the American calendar, will be ob
served by the Bahais of Raleigh
on Sunday, January 19th.
UNITY IN RELIGION le the
theme of this year’s commemora
tion and Mrs. Quance says "Tbs
world, sorely afflicted with fee
disease of fear, has been desperate
ly searching tor a solution to Its
malady. Economic, social and po
litical scheme* have been propon
ed and tried, yet they have not
been the answer.’*
The Baha'i Community has ex
tended e cordial Invitation to ita
neighbors, friends and fellow do
zens to Join them In an Impartial
re-evaluation of religion to be held
on January 19th at 4:00 pjn. at MOB
Van Dyke Awe. Mrs. Ethalynm
Thomas, tram Durham, will speak
on “Unity In Religion." All an
1 EMMA JANE
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