RALEIGH. N. C- SATURDAY, JANUARY ES, 1664
Rev. «/. Oscar McCloud:
Local Pastor Is Official
Delegate To Nat*l Meet
The Cepe Fear Presbytery of the
United Presbyterian Church, in ses
sion for its mid-wirrter meeting in
Oxford, on Thursday, January 16,
elected the Reverend J. Oscar Mc-
Cloud, pastor, Davie Street United
Presbyterian Church, a commis
sioner to the 176th General Assem
bly of the United Presbyterian
Church meeting in Oklahoma City.
The General Assembly, es the
United Presbyterian Church,
which meet# annually. Is made
up of approximately 1,606 offic
ial delegatee called “commls
ilooen. The United Preebyter
ROY ALETTES CIVIC AND
SOCIAL CLUB MEETS
The Royalettes Civic and Social
Club met at the home of Mr*. Flora
Andrews Sunday. January 12. with
the co-hostess. Mrs. Olivia Blount
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
Elnora Flagg. Following the devo
tion. the president opened the busi
ness session. The hostess served a
delightful repast which was enjoy
ed by the following;
Me*dames Carrie Morgan,, Lillie
Turner, Catherine Will lama. Louise
Band, Virginia Blount, Amelia
Peebles, Susan Haywood, Doria
Brown, Elm ora Flagg, Flora An
drews, Margaret Peebles, Josephine
Morgan, Olivia Blount Leona Mor
gan. Nancy Shepard. Jeanette
Fields, and Elisabeth Peebles. The
reporter is Mrs Jennette Fields
THE FRIDAY AFTERNOON
me Friday Afternoon Book Club
lUfcl January 17 al the home of Mrs.
Ptnky Hall. Following the devo
tional period the president, Mrs.
Ethel Michael, opened the buainesa
The baby oontest earns to a close,
with Baby Haywood, first winner;
Baby Moore, second winner; and
Baby Alston, third winner. The
contest was a success and tha pro
ceeds want toward the uniforms
lor the Ligon High School Band
We were served a delicious din
We ha 4 lCn. Ida Reid and Mrs.
CLASSES AT HOLDING
Claes— la Graphing. Auto Me
ctwnias. Electrical Installation 6k
Maintenance. Radio 6k TV Repair
will be beM at the new W. w.
Holding Industrial Center, 10
miles south of Raleigh on U. S.
401. Interested persons an aaked
to come to the oenter or call
82-85761. Registration will con
tinue through January 27.
BISHOP FORBES TO PREACH
Bishop J. A. Forties, Sr., former
pestor of Providence Holy Church,
Bledsoe Avenue, will deliver the
sermon, Sunday evening, January
28. it 8 P. M. The pestor. Rev.
George M. Williams, will deliver
the 11 A. M. message.
ATTEND GRAVESIDE RITES
Attending Graveside rate—
Saturday tat Durham far Lin
Halleway, 38, former CARO
LINIAN newsman, were .Mr
end Mn. J. C. Washington and
Charles R. Jones, ell es The
CAROLINIAN, and Ml— Caro
lyn Washington, the Washing
ton's daughter. Barrio— were
held et 2 pas. la Bteehwvsi
MR. GASTON HINTON HERE
Mr. Gaston Hinton of Pitt Arson,
New Jersey, formerly of this city,
was here last week to attend fun
eral services for his cousin. Dr.
Dennis Branch, which were con
ducted at the First Baptist Church.
Dr. Branch was a Raleigh native,
who had practiced medicine in
Newport Tenn. for 48 years.
▼KIT THE CAROLINIAN
The Cub Scout pack No. 1M of
EL Matthew AMS Church, with
Mn. Brunhildn Lofton and Mrs.
I—i Carmichael their den mo
ther* visited The CAROLINIAN
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lan Church Has mere than S
million members throughout
the United Btales.
Commenting on his election, Mr-.
McCloud stated that he was prob
ably one of the youngest commis
sioners ever elected to the Genertl
Assembly meeting* of his churck
It is said that to be a “commis
sioner” to an annual meeting of the
church is a coveted opportunity
among both ministers and elders
in the Presbyterian Church. Ed
ward Littlejohn, of Oxford, was
elected to be the lay representative
at the annual meeting.
Mildred Chavis as our guests.
Members; Mrs Esther Mich
ael, Mrs. Marie Moore, Mrs.
Pinky Hall, Mrs. Nora Leek
hart, Mrs. Eleanor*'Bur eh, Mias
Mary Bryant, Dr. Ellen Alston,
Mrs. Nancy Devane, Mrs. Mary
P. Lane, Mias Belva Lone, Mrs.
Carrie Lavra, Mrs. N. Hamee,
Mrs. Omelta Johnson and Mrs
Our next meeting la scheduled
to be held at the home of Mrs.
Omelia Johnson on Feto. 7.
We are asking all members to
please attend this meeting.
NINE AND FIVE CLUB
Mrs. Alma Harrison on Cole
man Street was hostess to the
Nine and Five Club recently. Af
ter each member's chatting and
telling how they spent their holi
days and about their gifts, the
members presented Mrs Bertha
Wlleox with lovely and fuaeful
The business session of the
meeting was next. After the busi
ness session, the members played
Pokeena. Mrs. Wilcox won a prize
for high score; low score prize
was awarded to Mrs. Helen Mit
The hootsas served a delic
ious repast. Members present
were Meeds met Os nova Brown,
Cornelia Cobb, Lovle Ellis, Ad
dle Harris, Alma Harrison,
Mary MaißMo. Helen Mlteholl.
Nan Robinson, Bara Sharper,
Bessie Wesley sad Bertha WO
Tuesday afternoon. The cub scouts
vtsting were as follows:
Leon Johnson, Duane McLean,
Anthony Milllken, Clarence Jones,
Roland E. Winters, Edward Miala,
Roger Scarborough, Dennis Holt
Fred GertreU, Louis McCullerz, Or
win Dunaton. (guest); A. O. Car
michael. (Den Chief); Mrs. Rena
Carmichael. Den Mother, Mrs.
Brunhllda Lofton, Den Mother.
The registrants listed below are
delinquent with the Wake County
Selective Service Board No. 68.
The— delinquents are urged to
Immediately contact this board. If
they do not do so, the Selective
Service Board will be compelled to
order them tor induction In the
They are: ROGER LEE WHITA
KER. ELBERT JUNIOR SCOTT,
and EDWARD HARRY P INDELL.
LADIES, WATCH THOgE
INDEPENDENCE. Mo. (ANP)-
Mrs John It Reach, e rather plump
mother of three children, went to
the doctor recently complaining et
severe back pains. She told the
doctor she had to,quit her Job and
stay homo because et the —verity
of the pains. After examination, the
doctor told her, “the only thing
wrong with you is that you are
about to have a baby." The disbe
lieving women scoffed at the diag
nosis, saying the pains were caused
by the high heels she had been
wearing. Two hour* later, she gave
birth to a son. Her famous last
words from the hospital bed after
delivery were, "I didn't know I was
What is Doing Around Town!
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WITH SCHOOL PARTY Many friends and classmates came
to help M. Grant Batty, Jr. (Marty) celebrate hie 10t/i birthday on Saturday, Jan. llf/t at the
Jeltraye Grove School. Games, contests (with prises), tfot doge, potato chips, ice cream, cake and
candy ware enjoyed by the following: Reading from left to eight, first row: Wilbur Dunn, Betsy
Mitchell, Janice Scott, Gwendolyn Debnam, Daryl Batey, Matty Batay, Deborah Lightner, Victor
Lane, Michael Harris, Tom and Tim Kee, Michael Pope and Jerome Abron. Second row: Dennis
Close, Joseph Abron, Wanda Goins, Vernon Chavis, Michael Hunt, Candance Leathers, Sharon
Stroud, Philmore Thorpe, Eddie Baker, Phyllis Wilson and Pamela Batey. Third row: Yvonne
Lewie, David Lane, Glenda Newell, Henry Harris, Chacona Winters, Marva Chavis, Cafetha
Port, Daryl Leggett, David Haywood, Mable Dun. Fourth row: Patricia Lamia Christina Walker,
Phyllis Thorpe, Karen Liggett.
“O Lord, forgive our Isslne—
In praying. Then hast given to
ns the privilege es worship, but
we have mere the attitude of
strangers because often we for
get to be In eemmnnlon with
Thee. Help ns to trim onr dim
light that It may shine brighter
In the darknees es this world.
Help ns to share with others
the light which Then hast as
kindly given ns, we pray.”
WILSON ThMPLi. METHODIST
—Church school began at 9:30 a.m.
with the superintendent Mi— Na
ni e Morgan, in charge. Morning
worship service began at 11 a.m.
with the pestor. Rev. O. W. Bur
wtek, in charge, and the senior
choir in charge of the rpu*ic, under
the direction of Ml— Nanle Mor
gan; organist Mrs. M. M. Kelly.
Morning lesson and prayer by the
pastor. Rev. Burwick delivered a
very warm and burning message.
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Church school began at
0:30 a.m. with the superintendent
Mrs. Dells Ford, in charge. Morn
ing worship began st 11 o'clock
with the Junior choir in charge of
muklc, under the direction of Miss
Myrtle Rhode*. Morning la—on and
prkysr led by the pa*tor. Rev. J.
H. Lightsey, who also brought a
very sweet sermon from the Book
of St Matt, 16:20. Subject What I
llkest yet Everyone was well pleas
ST. MATTHEW A ME—Church
school began at 6:30 with tha su
perintendent Mr. Robert Lesarve,
Jr. in charge. Morning worship be
gan at 11 o’clock with the gospel
choir in charge of the music, under
the direction of Mrs. Mamie Rid
dick. organist, Mrs. Crump. The
morning lesson was led by the
pastor. Rev. J. F. Epps. A wonder
ful sermon was delivered by him
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday school began at 6:30 a.m.
with the superintendent Mr. Phil
lip Alston, in charge. Morning wor
ship opened at 11 o’clock with the
senior choir in charts of the mu
sic, under the direction of Miss Jac
queline Mitchell. A very inspiring
message was heard. Rev. J. H. Bry
ant is the pastor.
LILY OP THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST Church school
began at 10 o'clock with the super
intendent Mr. Mack Arthur, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 am. with the senior choir in
charge es the music, under the di
rection of Mr. Willi# Henderson. A
greet sermon was delivered by the
paster, Rev. Lester Rivera
UNION BAPTIST Sunday
school begkn si 10 am. with the
superintendent Mr. Walter Price,
in charge Morning worship began
at 11:30 am. with the pastor. Rev.
E. Mason, conducting the service.
The senior choir was In charge of
the music, under the direction of
! Mrs. Nettie Harrington, organist
! Mist Glllchrist. A very inspiring
BY MBS MAY t- BROACH
sermon was heard. All enjoyed It
TOPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Church school began at 8;30. Due
to the absence of the superinten
dent Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Mr. Hu
bert Barnea, Sr., was in charge.
Morning worship began at 11 a.m.
with the Collegiate Fellowship
Choir in charge of the music under
the direction of Mr. Robert Hassle.
ItliS* *?«*«£ Afcaiatsi-J cti iu plilfvi ’ WCiC
given by Rev. Richard Styles and
the sermon was delivered by Rev.
John Dayis from the Book of St
Matt 25:8. Subject; “Prepare Your
self for the day is her* and the
time is near." The pastor is Rev.
D. N. Howard.
FIRST BAPTIST—Church school
began at 6:30 am. with the superin
tendent Mr. W. H. Taylor, In
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11 am with the young
people's choir in charge of the mu
sic, under the drection of Mr. David
Dolby, organist Miss Joyce R.
Cooke. The responsive reading was
led by the Rev. J. A. Lester. Morn
ing lesson and prayer by the pas
tor, Rev. C. W. Ward, who also
delivered the morning meraage,
which was very interesting.
BTU began at 8:13 with the lead
er, Mr. Prank Hinton, in charge.
Miss Elsie M. Lundy, presided and
Miss Claudette Levister was at the
SMITH TEMPLE BAPTIST
Sunday school began at 10 a.m.
with the superintendent. Mr. Elbert
Sanders, in charge. Morning wor
ship service opened at 11 a.m., with
the senior choir in charge of the
muse, under the direction of Mrs.
Williams, and Mrs. Holder. The
pastor, Rev. Ray, brought a won
derful message. Everyone enjoyed
RUSH METROPOLITAN AMEZ
—Church school began at 9:45 am.,
with the superintendent, Mr. Les
lie Campbell, in charge. At 10.20
em., the junior church service*
wore held, conducted by Rev. Bra.
Shelly Taylor. The regular morning
worship service began at 11 am
with the Rev. T. H. Harris in
charge. Rev. Harris delivered a
powerful message. He chose his
text from Deuteronomy, 33-12. Hi*
subject was: “With the Lackness of
an Angel. God did deal with Is
rael". At 7 pjrrv Rev. Shelly Tay
lor preached for us. We invite you
Scouts Honor Teer,
Sanford At Dinnor
Scouterx from the 13-county Oc
coneechee Council installed • new
president Monday night, honored
him with one of Scouting'* highest
awards, and also gave tribute to
Governor Terry Sanford for his
Scout leadership in 1963.
Nello L. Teer, Jr., of Durham
was Installed as Council president
succeeding Armtstead Maupin of
Raleigh. Teer also received the cov
eted Silver Beaver award for lead
ership in Scout work.
Governor Sanford received a
special commendation for his role
as chairman of the Council's To
gether Plan, which saw more than
100 new Scout units formed in the
Council during the first half of 1963
The SOS adult leaders attend
ing the dnner meeting heard
remarks by the new and retir
ing presidents, the Governor and
by Dr. Ganaar Berg as Atlan
ta, for 15 years national direc
tor as professional Scent train
ing and now prof moot of kn
manks at Oglethorpe I'nlver
afty; and Sporgeon Gaskin as
Atlanta, regional Seoul execu
tive far font Sootheostorn
Dr. Bill Noel of Henderson, mem
ber of the Scouts' regional execu
tive committee, installed new offi
to visit our church. Mr*. Azmi* H.
Thorpe Is church reporter.
LINCOLN PARK HOUNHM
Sunday school began st 10 o’clock
with the superintendent, Mr. Ar
thur W. Williams, In charge. Morn
ing worship followed immediately.
Our pestor, the Rev. Ell Ratcliff,
preached a wonderful sermon from
the subject, "Ye must be born
The senior choir rendered music,
accompanied by Mrs. Margaret
Ratcliff. The Silvertone Gospel Sin
gers of Durham rendered • pro
gram tat the evening.
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Church School 10:00 with
the superintendent, Mr. William
Lyons, in charge. Morning woranlp
began at U;00 with the senior choir
in charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Docia Smith. The or
ganist was Mr. Charlie Prince. Call
to worship by the poster, tha Rev.
L. T. Ford, who also delivered o
very Inspiring sermon tram the
book of Jeremiah, seventh chapter,
and the second versa. Subject
"Mend your life”. Everyone enjoy
ed It very much.
OBERLIN BAPTIST Sunday
school began at 6:30 am with the
superintendent, Mr. Walter Curtis,
in charge. Morning worship opened
at 11:00. Junior choir was in chargo
of music, under the direction of
Mrs. Gaston Pulley, organist Morn
ing lesson and prayer were led by
the pastor. Rev. J. T. Dempsey. His
subject “A test of faith."
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday school began at 11:00 with
the assistant superintendent in
charge. Subject “Nicodemus, cau
tious inquirer.” Morning service
was called to worship by the pastor
with the Junior choir In charge of
muste and Mrs. Hood, tha accom
panist by singing "Since Jesus
Came Into My Heart" Scripture
was read from Hebrew, 11 chapter
and Ist verse. Announcements were
made following the singing of Tm
Going To Lay Down My Burdens."
Our pastor. Rev. S. R Spencer,
brought us a wonderful message
from Hebrew, 11 chapter and 24th
verse. His subject was: “Choosing
the affliction of God."
The Baptist Training Union be
gan at 5:30 with the acting presi
dent in charge. The topic ill scorned
was "A word to the wise."
cers. The meeting's dosing oere
mony was conducted by the Tem
ple Beth Or troop of Raleigh hand
ed by Scoutmaster Ben Sauber.
The Occoneechen Council encom
passes more than ‘ 1,100 units and
30.000 members in Wake, Vance,
Durham, Cumberland. Warren,
Granville. Orange, Trank lin. Moore,
Lee, Chatham and Harnett counties.
GREENSBORO Three one-net
plays, directed by students in the
class in stage directing taught by
Miss Claudia ringer, will be pre
sented in the Bennett Coliege Lit
tle Theatre at 8 pan, Thursday,
Miss Patricia Greens, of Balti
more. Md, will direct an original
play, "Only on Sunday." Min Saun
dr* Jenkins, of Orangeburg. S. C,
will direct: "Consolation and Min
Elisabeth Hanaberry. of New Or
leans, La, will direct "Lost Vic
Includes u Fun For Adults Night:’*
Many Activities Plamed By Staff Os
Roberts Center, Chavis Heights Area
I The Ceramics and Arts and Crafts
classes at Roberta Recreation Cen
ter reopened recently after being
closed for a few weeks due to the
redecoration of the center, located
on E. Martin St. Classes in ceramics
for adults meet on Monday and
Thursday from 10:00-1:00 pjn. and
7:00-10:00 pm. Tha classes are com
posed of retired people, homemak
ers and others, Including two gen
and requires at special skills,
lbs. recalls B. Janes Is the tn
struetor and under her skillful
guidance many beautiful as
well as many useful items have
No formal registration Is requir
ed, visitors ara always welcome and
If what Is seen la interesting they
can start at once. There Is no cost
for Instruction, only for the mete
rials used. Persons Interested will
enjoy wonting a few pleasant and
profitable hours la a friendly situ
Arts and erafts classes are held
on Thursday from 1;30-4:00 p.m.
and these els—ee. like ceramics,
have no fee for instructions, only
for materials used. In these classes
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IN SKIT AT N. C. STATE
MI— Prentice C. Jervay, a phar
macist et Wake Memorial Hospi
tal. participated In /Trefesatena
an Panda,” a skitpresenting ca
reen to high school students from
Wake and neighboring scant!—
on Saturday, January 18, si the
Erdahl Cleyd Student Union
Building on the campus es N. CL
Slate College here. The skit con
sisted of volunteers from each
profession, explaining the part he
or she plays In ssfe-gusrding the
public health. All et the people
who have contact wMh the pa
tient, both directly and Indirectly,
during his hospitalisation, ex
plained briefly their specific du
ties. To odd Interest, this presen
tation was fashioned between
“patient" and staff members. Miss
Jervay k the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. P. R. Jervay, 1118 East
Daria 81, Raleigh.
To Be Topic Os
Mrs. Hanna Kief
Tha Raleigh chapter of the Amer
ican Association for trie United Na
tions and the Interdenominational
Affairs Department of the Raleigh
Woman’s Club will present Mrs.
Hanna Kief of the German Embas
sy. Washington. D. C-, at a public
matting Thursday, January 30 at 8
pa at the White Memorial Pres
byterian Church Hall. Oberlin Rd.
Mm Kiafs subject will be: “Is
International Understanding A
Challenger* A reception and social
will follow bur address.
A color film of the late President
John P. Kennedy's visit to Ger
many will also be a part of tha
Tha gusaral public la Invited to
Education makes a people easy
to govern, but impossible to en
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In And Oat Os Town
one learns to make rugs, chochet,
embroidery, leather craft, tile craft,
wood craft and many others. Jew
elry, such as ear rings and brace
lets, are sometimes made during
free -time in ceramic classes.
Each Wednesday evening at 8:00
pm. at Chavis Park Recreation
Center, adulta may also enjoy a
night of fun by participating- in the
“Fun For Adults Night”. The time
ha* been extended to 11:30 p.m. in
order not to rush participant* with
Below you will find some of the
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
A selfish person can be happy
in the world. An nnselflsh per
son will always be happy.
There Is no happinoM se com
plete a* that which comes to
you when you have done
something worth while In help
ing someone by act example
GOES TO WASHINGTON, D. C.
Mrs. Doris Thorne William* of
warning tun leriu.ee Is In Wash
ington, D. C. to celebrate a joint
birthday with one of her nieces. We
say happy birthday’ Doris and may
yoy and your, neice have the pri
viledge of celebrating man more of
The many friends of Mr. Willie
Patterson, Jr. or rather “Mutt Pat
terson” is happy to know that he i?
out of the hospital and is able to*
move around even though he is on
crutches. We say, ‘Cheer up Buddy’,
everything is going to be OK.
RETURNS FROM FUNERAL
Miss Lillie Brooks of E. Lenoir
Street, ha# returned to her home
after being called away to Pitta
boro. N. C. tor the funeral of a
MEETING TO BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of foe Nat
ional Alliance of Postal Employ
ers meeting will be held on Sun
day, January 28 at foe home of Mrs.
Rogerllne Gray of 505 Coleman St.,
the hour la 5 o’clock pm, all the
members ara requested to be pre
The following members comprise
this club : Mrs. Barbara W. Ligon.
president; Mrs. Dorothy Sanders,
secretary; Mrs. Bernice Ridley, as
sistant secretary; Mrs. Cora Whit
Committees:; membership chair
men Medames Ora Jones; Program
chairman. Ruby Faith: Constitu
tion, A. Revis; Socal, Helen Autry:
Courtesy, Rogerline Gray; Report
er, Inez Sanders.
A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the pos
tal Employees recently gave their
Christmas party in the form of “A
tr”i around the wrld”. The high
lights of the trip were to stop at foe
homes of eac individual. The first
stop was South America the home
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ligon.
There we were served hot coffee
DR MURPHY ATTENDS
CONCORD—Dr. E. Louise Mur
phy, heed of the department of so
cial studies at Barber-Scotia. re
cently attended two national meet
ings related to her area of speciali
sation. She attended the National
Council for Social Studies which
met In Los Angeles. In that group
She is member of the Committee
on Academic Freedom. She aleo at
tended the meeting of the Ameri
can Historical Association which
recently met In Philadelphia and
which she is a member.
•ad Mf'Sie'NM ml
a few tines te wmal.
It wmt he terns Wna
Wl WIU. knew If ymm
h**a pawed the test,
[ OPTICIANS, lea* I
actlvties listed, however, feel free
to add others:
Pinochle, whist, bid whist, con
tract bridge, checks, bingo (prizes
will be awarded for this activity),
ping pong, television games (Ive
Got A Secret, Pas* Word, Whom Do
You Trust, What’* My Line?), and
Beginning February sth and con
tinuing each Wednesday thereafter
from 11:00-2:00 p.m.. cooking class
es will be held at Chavis Park Cen
ter. Classes will be conducted by
various specialized people.
and other refreshments. From there
we went to Mexico. The home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Autry, where
we exchanged gifts. The atmos
phere of Mexico was presented
through some wonderful Mexican
music. The trip continued to North
America—California where we vis
ited foe Heavenly Rest Night Club
the borne of Mr, and Mrs. Waldo
Gay. There we were entertained
with sweet music. Refreshments of
vouou; tj-i'Cs wert se.vcu.
AAU of W
GREENSBORO A&T College
has been admitted to corporate
membership in the American Asso
ciation of University of Women.
Announcement of the high honor
was made this week by Dr. Samuel
P. Proctor, president of the college
He said that college had earl
ier been placed on the qualified list
of the AAUW. A statement released
rcently by Dr. Blanche H. Dow,
Washington, D. C., national presi
dent of the organization', stated that
women graduates of A&T
including those who graduated with
a recognized baccalaureate or high
er degree prior to the AAUW list
ing, are now eligible for member
ship in the Association.
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