By Jay Be* Aytch
■build fob romr
SALISBURY—Tb# Church Street
United Presbytartan Church, Bev.
j. p. Johnson, minister, wifl won
• have to change it* run because
the 300-member oocgregaiioo ha*
erected a giant 18,400 square-foot
edifice several Hocks want of the
present site where Dr. Johnson
found the then os* hundred mem
ber! 34 yean agcx
Sunday Dr. Johnson preached on
stewardship, laying “Wa too often
allow ‘Mud Wails' or poor ttacvamr,
walla of tittle faith coming front
those of ua who call oureetree
Christiana to prevent ua from doing
ear duty to Qod and country".
APEX—In a recent address to the
student body at Apex Consolidated
High School, Mr. N. M. McMillan,
principal, told the students that
ability was required in order to be
came useful to mankind. This in
cludes respect tor hard work and
honesty and the foresight to look
upon life as a bigger and broader
school where the main vacation is
endless learning of endless lessons
under the guidance of infinite
The students were told that the
meet valuable things In life must
be earned. "Ideals have their com
pensations and they will mean more
lo you and serve you better than
»ny gratuity a generous hand be
stows upon you.” Mr. McMillan
then cited a story in which two dif
ferent attitudes were portrayed:
(It the dealra for something and
expectation that the object of the
desire would be given; and (2> the
knowledge that fulfilled desires ore
not “flfts” but must be paid for.
From bis vast knowledge and ex
perience as an educator, Mr. Mc-
Millan noted that a large percent
age of young boys and girls seem
to be traveling in tha direction of
‘ wanting and seeking something for
nothing." Thla Is strongly evidenced
in the many bank robberies, house
her-- rMndMdir’- Thr - studci.U
were told that "Man shall earn his
bread by the aweat of his brow.”
They' were admonished not to lower
or bring down their high ideals tor
“there will be plenty of other* who
will try to do that."
In hi* closing remarks, Mr. Mc-
Millan urged the students to re
main in achool until they gradu
ated. "The gold of llfp may re only
10 feet away from you. Do not a
bandon your mine until you have
dug another ten feet further." He
then asked tor a promise from each
student that they would not “thumb
a rde to Buccem’, but by patience,
faith, preststenca, character and
hard work, pay your fare. Hop on
the train of hlto Ideals and arrive
at the goal of success and happiness
which there in the distance stands
beckoning to each and every one of
The challenging and enlightening
remarks by Mr. McMillan were
with enthusiasm by the student
• BY MBS. LOUISE COLVIN
APEX Sunday, January IP
Rev. W. M. Phillips, conducted
the devotions and the Junior
choir was in ohaj-gc of the music,
and did a One job, under the lead
erehip of Mrs. Ruth Hunter and
Mrs. W. T. Bigelow
Our pastor, the
Res. W. T. Bige
us ft very In
ace Ho !•"■! « •
UiK- n from tin EHto^jrfPHß
no 6-n \r:v - mJh
St Mauliowj. MiWk yim
hour for U
youth of this
First Baptist, is MRS COLVIN
proving to be very successful
The youth enjoy games, and Uie
adults too, who are there to look
on, and to boast the cause are very
pleased. Those tn charge were:
Mrs. Bwanjre Beasley and Mrs.
Blanch Hill. Mr. and Mrs Herbert
Horton and Mr W N. Beasley
furnished the refreshments that
SUNDAY NIGHT AT HOLLY
The Male Chorus of First Bap
tist, appeared on a program at the
Christian Church, of which Rev.
J. W. Albright is pastor, at 7 30
PJXL The occasion was the ending
of • King and Queen Rally. Mlsa
Annette Lesley was competing
with MY. Robert Cofield They
both worked zealously and Mr
OOfleld was crowned King by
kflto Lesley. He reported $93.00.
Mte Lesley reported $65.00.
lire. MoaeU Adams was crown
ed as queen of the- Ten Friends
Rally which ended recently. She
reported $96.00. The pastor. Rev.
Allflfht and members thanked
mono friends tor tbetr support to
ftret Baptist Male Chora* will
Obmrre It* Second Anniversary.
Sunday, at 3:00 p. m. The second
eeaion will begin at 7:30 p m. The
president. Mr. Thaddeu* Bullock
and mnabaie of the chorus, cor
dially Invite their many friends
and the public to attend.
The sick and abut-ins: Mr. Jes
sie Bullock. Mr. Wesley Hill. Mr.
Earnest Jones. Mr*. Otrlena Ouy,
Mira Maggie Done*. MY*. Mary
OUbert. and Mr Herman WU
Johnson advised that with the com
ing at integration, cornea also the
responsibility of full civic and re
ligion* obligation* on nr part. We
can no longer wait for tho other
fellow to carry us.
Among tho loadore at too build
ing program which will appropri
ate $209,000 when completed (SIOO
grand already finished, including
full basement), special mention
goes to Everett V. Taggart, SO6 $.
Parte* St, a contractor in his own
right who, with the able assist
ance of E. C. Whisonant also •
builder, has been able to direct
end sublet much of the work at a
great sarin pi to the church build
BY MM GOLDIE BARDY
PRINCETON—The Boy Scouts,
Troop Ho. 139. of Princeton
Graded School, mot Saturday at
3 p. m. at the achool with their
scoutmaster, Mr. Matthew San
der*. He talked to the troop about
first aid. and dlaouaeed plan* for
a hike, and then they played
The Grade Mother* held their
meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Atkinson. Saturday,
at 8 p. m.. with the president. Mr*.
Hardy, presiding. The Mother*
discussed plana an how to raise
fund* to continue helping give
free lunches to the unfortunate
The president spoke briefly on
how to encourage the parent* to
attend the PTA Council meeting,
Sunday. January 26. at 3:30 p.m.,
at the Princeton Graded School.
The Mothers who attended the
meeting were: Mecdames Amanda
Wateon, Lillie Parker, Eloiae At
kinson. Dorcus Tolar, Salle M.
Walker. Margaret Maseey, Zay
lister Steven. Incll Rawllng, Oer
trude Rawllng, Ooldle Hardy, Mr*.
Atkinson and daughter, Craylon,
Leans Mildred, were host** The
Mothers were served hot dog*,
fruit salad, rite cracker*, candle*,
peanut* and Pepsi-Colas. Then
the Mother* exchanged gifts.
Everyone enjoyed the occasion.
Mr*. Nancy Howell and Mr*.
Goldie Hardy of Princeton ac
companied Mr. and Mr*. Thomas
Best of Selma to 81m* Primitive
Baptist Church in Selma. Sunday
The pastor 1* Elder Cutler Saul
, ... iiirtv,. Li-a. UUlci flpt akiia
Vw.c. FuL. L. 11. Coley ol Wil
*on. and Elder Ruby Howard of
Elder.and Mr*. L, H Coley of
Wilson, Mr*. Nancy Howell. Mrs.
Ooldle Hardy and son*. Alvin and
Eddie of Princeton were the din
ner guests of Mr. and Mr*. Thom
as Bent and son, James, of Selma
"By faith Abraham, when he
was tested offered up Isaac, and
he who had received the promise*
was ready to offer up hi* only
son.’— Hebrew* 11:17.
St. Mary’# Church
BY MIBS CAROLYN MORRISON
APEX—Church aervlce began on
Sunday morning, January 12. *t 11
a.m. with the pastor, the Rev.
Frank Mclver. in charge The jun
ior choru* wai In charge of the de
Our p«*tor. Rev. Mclver, brought
hi* message from the SBth chapter
of I*a'ah. which talked about Hezc
kiah. His text was: Set thine
house In order: for thou shalt die,
a’nd not live,” At the end of his
message, he left us with this
though! ‘Have we walked before
Thee in truth and with a perfect
heart, and have we done that which
is good in His sight."
Sick: Mrs. Mary Giliiert, Wake
' Memorial Hospital: and Mrs Dona
| Howard, home.
Join us or the second and fourth
Sundays for services with the Rev.
[ Frank Mclver. We apologue for
our nows being late, but we will
be on time with our new* in the
I following weeks.
, ThL,a You Sfould Know
... ■ -- . . . , . -
Pastor of the African Presbyterian
CHURCH, NOT YORK HE WAS AN INTREPD
PIONEER OF JOURNALISM. IN 1827 HE 00-
EDITORED THE FIRST AMERICAN NEGRO
JOURNAL - IN
IT BECAME RIGHTS OF ALL IN
wKPBmi MPm 1637, HE PUT OUT TH§ WEEKLY ADVOCATE,
THIS WAG LATER RENAMED THE COLOREO
HOMEMAKERS ACTIVITY IN SAMPSSON COUNTY — This ia one of the many activ
ities being carried an by tha Sampson Foma Demonstration Clubwomen. Homemakers taking
temperature of “patient” are, left to right: Mesdames Elisabeth Williameon, Mery Powell, Littit
Cooper, Lisa V atm, Melba Varm, Eva Williamson, Ruby Poison, Lois Robimon, Marie Caldwell
end Dorothy Cam, Mrs. Mildred Fowler is acting as the “patient”. Valuable information was re
ceived and many have expressed desire to take ad vantage of the educational information offered.
Under the guidance of our home agents, Mrs. A. D. Mills and Miss Philistine Nesmith, the Club
plans to otter a community educational program designed for non-club members at least once an
nually. The type ot program, however, will dope nd upon the interest and needs of Andrew’s Chap
si community families. The members felt that this is an excellent method in addition to work be
ing carried on with non-club members by home demonstration project leaders. This scene took
place recently in Clinton.
BENSON-FOUR OAKS NEWS
BY MBS. FLORENCE J. WYNN
BENSON—On January 13. the St
James Disciple Church started the
new year with a very interesting
and inspiring service. Rev. Robert
Williams, pastor, delivered the ser
mon, "More Paith in 1964”. Hia
sermon was very aoul-itirring. On
Sunday. Jan. 19. service was held'
at Kyles Chapel AME Church. Rev.
McDougall delivered a wonderful
sermon. His subject was “What 1*
Time?" from the 18th chapter of
Prayer meeting waa held at St.
Jamea Disciple Church Thursday
Personal and Social
The Helping Hand Club met at
the home of Mra. Nora Stewart on
Tuesday night, with Mrs. Lula Wil
liams preaiding. After a business
A C. GORPON
YOU ARE THE DETECTIVE
You are working on a case involving the murder of handsome
man-ftbout-town Jimmy Hollingsworth, who waa found dead on the
floor of hie apartment, a bullet wound through hia forehead
Kevin O’Connell, who you have been told was a very close friend
of Hollingaworth. haa been brought to you for Interrogation. "We
may have been good pals.” O’Connell tell* you, "but Jimmy still man
aged to keep moit of hi* business to himself. He never did tell me
much about what waa going on with him. and everything I do hap
pen to know is what I managed to pick up from other people and
placet. I do know he kept a little black book with a good-sized Hat
of girl friend* in it . . . aort of a catalogue you might call it. And I
found out that he had three underworld glrla listed in his string . . .
there waa Millie Kappel, Lulu Daweon. and Rita La Verne He waa
getting a big bang by playing these three girl* against each other,
and when I found out about this I told him he waa playing with fire
and could land Into a lot of trouble . . . but he Just laughed me off,
and said he could handle them* all himself. Looks to me like one of
these dames really handled HIM . . . but good!”
Armed with thla information, you begin work gathering more
details and evidence, and you discover that one of these three girl*
and Hollingsworth had teamed up in the operation of a handbook,
also that Lulu Dawson had recently found out about this and inform
ed Hollingsworth that the feminine partner was addicted to dope.
Your further investigation uncovers the fact that Rita La Verne’s hus
band is the brother of the man who is married to the girl who killed
Hollingsworth, also that Hollingsworth's partner has never been
married, deeplte tha fact that she is extremely beautiful and has
had Inumerable proposals of marriage. Site did. however, peislstently
plead with Hollingsworth to marry her.
Now. after studying this information you haw managed to col
lect. can you determine which of the three girls killed Jimmy Hol
Since Jimmy Hollingsworth's partner in the handbook venture
could not have been Lulu Dawson, it was either Millie Kappel or Rita
La Verne. Rita LaVerne and the killer were both married and since Hol
lingsworth's partner was not married, then It was Millie Kappel who
was hia partner. Therefore. Inasmuch as Hollingsworth’s killer and
Rita LaVerne were married, and neither Rita LaVerne no*- Millie
Kappel twho was single) was the murderer, the guilty girl was Lulu
••asion, the hostess served tha
members a fried chicken plate,
pineapple cake, lemon pie and cof
fee. Mrs. Lula William*, Mrs. Fran
cis Barfield and Mrs. Florence
Wynn gave wonderful talk* on
“Faith and Trust in God.” Gift*
were exchanged and a nice evening
was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Leslie Draughorn had as
her weekend guest her grand
daughter, Mrs. Della Smith and
family, of Conn., and Louise Evans
of New York.
Miss Elizabeth Barfield, from St.
Augustine's spent a few days at
horns with her father, Mr. Willie
Miss Linda Sue Williams has
gon* to New York, where toe will
be employed and take a beauty
course. She la the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Prince R. Williams.
Mrs. Alena Dingle and Mrs. Lula
Stinney are spending a abort yisit
to Pa. and N.Y.
Citizens Council Meets
A meeting of the citizen* and
principals of Johnston County was
held at Forrest Hill High School on
Monday night. A large number of
ministers were also present. The
meeting was opened with Mr. Wil
liams presiding, and Mr. K. L.
Hamilton as acting secretary. After
singing “America", and prayer, the
group heard very interesting talks
by Mr. Bryant, Mr. Williams, Mr.
Collins, Mr. Holt, Mr. McClean, Mr.
Wilson and others. The speakers
brought out many very Important
“Welcome to the
cuiuiiui and eiiLi laining playlet
was beautifully performed by a
class of second graders, of Wash
ington School during Tast week's
anembly program. An. introduction
to the circus was given by Jewel
The ring announcer was Walter
Hinton. The playlet consisted of the
following performers: Majorettes,
Patricia Hinton, Ethel Pope. Debor
ah Goodaon, and Mary Oakley; Ma
gician, George Bass, with Dianne
Jonea and Patricia Privette as as
sistants; the Pat Man, Oliver Rowe;
Clowns. Tony Douglas. Robt. Lew
is; Acrobat girls. Toy Soldiers, Ber
ry Patton, Walter Morgan, Julius
McKinley, Lionel Campbell, and
Wade Smith; Dancing Dolls, Linda
Brown, Deborah William, Deborah
Nesmith and Mary Simpson.
The members of the song group
were Lucky Hudson, Lawrence Set
tlen Tyrone Harris, John Bennett.
Michael Jones, Ricky Rogers. Lin
wood Deßose and Henry Keith.
Visiting parents were: Mesdames
Juanita Southerland, Vivian Mor
gan, E. Campbell. Oakley, Eloise
Bass. Mamie Pope, Julius McKin
ley and Dr. Charles A. Lyons, Jr.
BY HENRY RATTER WHITE
BUNN—The Bunn Capel Sunday
school began at 10 a.m. with tha
superintendent, Mr. Phillip Dun
ston, in charge. Title of the lesson
was Nlcodenus Learns From Je-
Mqfl HEART VOUINIEER •
DOLLARS SPEED LIFE-SAVING
OPERATIONS ON *6Ll£ BABES' UNDER HIGH OXYGEN
mSSURES EQUAL 10 THOSE 85 FST BELOW SEA LEVEL
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oamer Consolidated School
Host To Classroom Teachers
GARNER—The Wake County De
partment of Claaaroom Teachers
held it* first meeting of the achool
year Jan. 15, 1964 at the Garner
The guest speaker for the occas
ion we* Mrs. Juanita Corbin, presi
dent, North Carolina Department of
Claaaroom Teachers Mra. Corbin
spoke on toe topic, “Why Belong?*'
She complimented the leadership
and the Wake County Organization
•f. Claaaroom Teachers for definite
stride* taken toward advancing Ed
ucation as a vital force which will
piomote efficiency, freedom and
happiness as the trinity of objec
tives for toe youth of Wake and
adjacent communities. She further
stated that nothing worthwhile and
permanent can be accomplished un
lee* it is becked by an enlightened
WHICH ARE YOU?
Are fob an active member
The kind that would be missed:
Or are you just contented
That your name Is on the list?
Do you attend the meetings.
And mingle with the flock?
Or do you stay at home.
And criticise and knock?
Do you take an active part.
To help the work along:
Or are you satisfied to be.
The kind that just belongs?
Do you ever go to visit,
A member who ia sick:
Or leave the work to Just a few,
And talk about the clique?
There’s quite a program scheduled.
That we're sure you’ve heard abau’
And well appreciate it if you too.
Think this over, Sir Member.
Think this aver. Sir Member,
You know right from wrong;
Are you an active member.
Or do you just belong?
Mra. Corbin was presented a gift by Mrs. Elizabeth H. Williams
president Mrs. Irie L. Mangum. secretary.
I HEART DISEASES CAUSE 54.3* OF ALL DEATHS
M 954,870 ~~
Bhi DEATHS Hi
... || y
DISEASES OF ACCIDENTS ALL OTHER
HEART AND DISEASES
CIRCULATION AND CAUSES
DISEASES OF THE HEART AND CIRCULATION ware reapoa
aible for 964,87$ U.S. deaths ia 1962, or more this half of the total
from all caaaas. This potato up the magnitude of the heart prob
lem and tha need far research, education and community heart pro
grams supported by tho Hoort Fuad, which rsocket Its highpoiat
aad climax on tha week-*ad of Heart Sunday, February 21. Mora
thaa 1,766,906 Heart Sunday vafamtoars will vWt their neighbors
todJatributohaart-guardlng inf ones tioa gad to racaiv* Heart Faad
Mount Olive Highlights
su*.” It waa an enjoyable lesson.
The Zion Spring Church began
its regular worship service at 11:00
a.m. with the Rev. Beamon in
charge and the choir rendered mu
Mr*. George Anderson is sick
with pneumonia. She is at her
home, eo please visit the sick
If any of our customers and read
er* have any news to be published
in the.paper we are asking you to
contact H. M. Satterwhite before
Monday of each week. Thank you.
If you represent in a well de
fined organization, you.as an in
dividual teacher will have the op
port unty of policy making in mat
ters that pertain to, or affect class
room Teachers. H you will pause
to think “Why Belong?”, you will
no longer remain insouciant to toe
•cods of materials you receive, for
it ia my opinion, that nothing
strive* on ignorance, but distinc
tion. We must measure up to pro
fessional proficiency, or become a
victim of our own inertias.
Mrs. Corbin referred to Drum
mond who said. “He who will not
think is stupid. He who cannot
think is a fool—and he who does
not is a slave."
She gave the teachers an outlin
ed program for the organization
She concluded her timely discourse 7
by reciting this poem:
BY ALFHONSO EZZELL
MOUNT OLIVE—Mra. D. Arm
strong and Misa W. Jones of Smith
Chapel, spent Sunday afternoon
with Mi« Linda Armstrong of Mt.
Rev. A. T. Faison of Clinton,
spent Sunday afternoon in toe home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Armstrong and
family. Rev. Faison is the paator
of Mt Zion Disciple Church of
After spending a month with rel
atives and friends. Sgt. Raphel Cro
martie left Monday night by car
for Seattle. Washington, where he
is stationed. He had two friends
who drove back with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Armstrong
spent Sunday aiternoon visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McKinley of
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BY MISS MAE N. HOPSON
CARY Union Bethel A.M.T
Church’s Sunday School began at
10 a. m. with the auperintenden
Mr. William T. Johnson in ebarg
Morning worship began at ll o’-
clock, with the senior choir ir
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mr. Robert Hooker, organ
ist. A very Inspiring sermon wr
delivered by the pastor, Rev. L. I
Garrell. There was one additic
to the membership. We were h v (
py to have a number of visitc/
to worship with us. Visitors sfr
MT. ZION BAPTIST—On Sur
day afternoon, Jan. 12th, at 3 -
m.. Rev. A. R. Johnson of Hoi 1
Springs waa the guest speaker at
a rally. The music waa rendered
'py the Church choir. This rally
was sponsored by Mrs. Daisy Fer
rell and Mrs. Alma Jones. A nice
sum was acknowledged.
UNITED CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. J. M. Burrell, minister.
Church School began at 9:45 a.
m. Superintendent is Mr. James
Richard Statten of the U. S.
Army was home on the weekend
on East Johnson St. He has re
turned to his base at the Norfolk
Navy Yard. Norfolk. Va.
The Royal! tes appeared on pro-
Tam Sunday night at the Lin
•Mnsvi'le AME Church. Mr*. Mil
dred Hester is director.
Mr. Delmo .Reaves, Ist; Mr.
Frank Ferrell, 9th; Mrs. Kath
leen Fanner, 10th; Mr*. Alice
Ferrell, Ist; Miss Geneva Ed
wards, 13th; Roney Page, 20th
and Nathaniel Hopson, 22nd. ...
SICK AND SHUT-INS
Mrs. Jeanette Evans is a sur
gery patient at Wake Memorial
Mr. Golett Arrington ia at home
on North Academy St., after be
ing a patient at the Veterans’
Hospital, Durham. Mrs. Alice
Baugh of East Walnut Street is
at home. Let us not forget the
sick with cards, flowers and espe
cially our prayers and visits.
Friends in this community are
in sympathy with the Matthews
family in the passing of the hus
band and father, Mr. Ruben Mat
thews. who died Friday.
“Lor* is the master key to the
K -deni of Heaven and we w'll
nt find a lock on this earth
no matter how rusty and diffi
cult. that it cannot open."
David E. Best spent several da'
with Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Arn
u, ivit. oii\ e.
Mrs. Velma McKinley and fanv'
spent Saturday in Goldsboro vis'
ing relatives and friends.
The Carver Tigers defeated *'
Perry Raiders of Rose boro Fr’ '
night by a score of 62-53 for t v
eighth straight win to bring '
season’s total to 9-1.
Carver was leading at the er '
the first quarter by one point,
had picked up a 25-20 halftime
Hubert Wooten was Carv
leading scorer with 12 field go
and five free throws for twer
nine points. William Gillespie sco
ed nine pojnts and Samuel Frazir
eight. L. Robinson and J. Devon
scored 14 points each for Perry.
Wooten brought his average up to
24 9 points per game. Coach L. W.
Hiekerson is assisted by Mr. Stover.
The junior varsity also won, 50-
36, over the Perry Raiders.
John Ashford was the leading
scorer with 13 points. The junior
varsity coach is Mr. James O. Ben
nett and the assistant coach is Mr.
J. D. Evans.
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