BON VOYAGE PARTY FOR MISS NUNN—On Sunday,
December 29, 1963, at 7 :30 p. m., a Ben Voyage party i earn held
at the home oi Min Brenda Cur tie at 812 Campanula Drive for
Mha Eleanor Nunn, center, ranted, who kit for Africa on Tuee
day. December 31. Min Nurm fa a member oi the Peace Corpe.
She ie a graduate of J. W. Ligon High School where ehe wee :
precedent of the etudent council. the recipient of throe tenaie a
warde, prerident of the band, most likely to eucceed, am t mus
ical and a recipient of a NJf.CR. scholarship to Shaw Urdvere
ity. While at Shaw. ehe wm president of the NAACP. a mem-
J. J. Sansom, Jr. Lauds
Work Os PTA Council Here
Tha Raleigh P. T. A. Council met
Tuesday evening in the Lucille
Hunter School Cafeteria with
Plummer Vines, president, presid
J. J. Sansom, Jr., chairman of
the Political Action Committee of
the Raleigh Citizens Ass’n was
the guest speaker. He commended
the P. T. A. Council for the work
that it is doing and has bean doing
over the years for our youth of
Raleigh. He discussed the Voter
Registration Drive and Constitu
tional Amendmnt number 1, the so
called “Little Federal Plan."
Each person was urged to hear
the distinguished Clarence Mitchell,
111 from Baltimore, Md. at the First
Baptist Church last Sunday.
The P. T. A. Council received
and discussed the Council by -laws
and the budget for the year was
This year, the National Congress
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DUNN’S ESSO SERVICE
will convene in June, 1004 at Win
The following persona attended
the Council meting: Samuel Clark
son, M. B Phillips School; Doug
las Sand&s, Miss Juanita Walker
and Mrs. Minetta Eaton, from the
Thompson School; Plummer Vines,
president. Fuller School; Mrs. Ben
Alice Gilchrist and J. W. Eaton,
Washington School; Mrs. Ada Al
ston, Mrs. Violet Pullen, treasurer,
Edward Curtis, Mrs. Willie Crump
and W. W. Hurdle, Lucille Hunter
School; and Mrs. Lillian Freeman,
former district president.
The next Council meeting will
be held at 7:30 P. M. cm the first
Tuesday in March at the Crosby-
Garfield School. A very interest
ing program has been planned.
The Scuvgl J. i. A.
meeting was held on Thursday
night January 9, at 8:00 o’clock in
the school auditorium with the
prerident Mrs. Sarah Halt pre
It was opened with a song, “A
merlca the Beautiful" followed by
prayer, rendered by Neal Brown
The minutes at the last meeting
Douglas Sanders gave highlights
of die P. T. A. Council meeting
which was held on January 7, at
Lucille Hunter School.
During the February meeting,
the Thompson School PTA will
observe Founders Day. Parents will
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■one fa* teBoL Coaeoaioat and
her of the student council personnel club, Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority and war awarded the biology award upon graduation.
Min Nurm ts a member of Saint Paul AME Church and ie the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nunn of Raleigh. She studied
at Columbia University in preparation for her teaching job in
Africa. The guests are: standing, from left to right—Misses Ma
jorie Jones. Betty Stevens, Barbara Harp, Ruth Toole, Vera
Harris. Brenda Curtis. Angella King . Elvera Quick, Glo. 'a Wal
ker. Eula Hinton and Barbara Jones. Not photographed are:
Miasm Froeine Reece and Emily Byrd.
VISITORS FROM TURKEY—Mr. and Mrs. Oliver F. Wal
lace, graduates of AbtT College, returned last week from Turkey
where he has been employed for the past two years as a mechanical
engineer with an American engineering firm. He graduated with
a degree in ‘mechanical engineering in 1953. Mrs. WaVace . the
former Miss Ruth Ann Carter of Raleigh, a teacher in the Anark
ara Dependent High School, is a 1956 graduate in clothing. They
returned to Turkey after the recent holiday leave.
participate on the program.
The National Congress of Par
ents and Teachers will meet in
Winston-Salem June of 1964. We
are hoping that many parents and
t^r^d*c <^iHon. IM> fives saved during World Wor It by
(horn ®y*-skjhf. They owe their lives to oirnnen framed in .p d
•*cond*re<ognition ond identification of approaching oirero .
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teachers will attend the national
meeting this year.
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DISTRIBUTE CHEER TO NEEDY FAMILIES Members of the Raleigh Branch of the
National Alliance of Postal Emphyem are pictured teosnOy, just before bean of food to needy
families in the Raleigh area, were distributed, during the recent holiday season. Lett to right are:
Comrades Prank Ridley, Wilbert Sanders, and William Curtis.
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