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BALnOB, W. C., aATUEDAT, FEBRUARY », IN4
MINISTERS’ WIVES MEET
'EM ministers’ wives met Feb
ruary 44, st 7 p. m., at the YWCA,
TtXCpealdent. Mrs. T. H. Harris,
weSUTehsrge of the moating. Mrs.
M. N. DeLsney gave s very Inter
esting book review, entitled "1984"
by Oeorse ArwelL Everyone en
joyed the report
There were IS members present.
Mrs. E. D. Modem joined our
The next meeting Is scheduled
for MSroh s. we ere swing sU
members to be present.
BUST BEE CLUB HOLDS
Dm Busy Bee Club met Febru
srT-Ig st the home of Mr. end
Mrs, Everett Smith In BUtmore
Hills. The meeting wss opened
with s devotion, liter which we
were highly entertained by the eo
del committee. The Mrthdsys of
Mesdsmes Upchurch snd Boykins
wtn celebrated. The hostess esrv
od s delightful repeat.
MOlftbers present were: Mrs
damee Plating Smith, Lydlo Oer
ner, Helen Allen, Mary Jackson,
snd Cornells Moore. Mr. snd Mrs.
James Upchurch, Mr. and Mrs.
Jullud' Towns, Mr. snd Mlrs. Sam
uel Osborns, snd Mr. snd Mrs. Ev
VICTORIAN CLUB MEETING
Oh hpw the rain came down the
other Saturday night
But Uw Victorian Club met with
Mrs. Sarah Thompson with
Her "Hearts'’ were out—for the
theme of the evening was
And her gueota were Meedsmeo
Patsy Smith snd Pauline P.
Twee worth 800 points to bo time.
MTs. Ludelle Delany was first to
ring the chttns.
Pulley, Phyllis Haywood snd
It was late, of eourm. but Mrs
Mary Carter made the meeting
The hostess was gnat and as the
No one eoukl have wanted better
One licked her fingers and all
cleaned their plates
Bo all added pounds and forgo*
about their weights.
Now it was time for the card *
And there wore rounds of Pinochle
80, Paulino Ooodwins got low
soom snd that was the test.
But. Patsy Smith got high score
she was tbs taokeet guest.
The low score prim want to ttw
one who eras lata.
Twee Mary Carter, of eourss, it
teems to be her fate.
RiyUls Haywood edged It out for
the high club stake
teit we must eonosde that she go*
In fact, there wars consolation
prism for the other three.
Beasts Blue. Bertha Pulley and
Ludelle Delany will agree.
Meodamee Dorothy Houeen.
Blanche Rivers and LUlle Hodge
They missel a most pleasant
evening and a dividend.
The members had picked sifts
tor the hostess with great care.
Without consultation there was a
different color for every pair.
Our sincere thanks to the hostess
Bor an evening well spent.
Tour hospitality, motif and
cuisine--it was magnificent
NINE AND ITVE CLUB
MIU. Nan Robinson, of Heck Bt,
was hostess to the Nine and Five
Club reoonUy.. tt was not only
Oearge Washington s Birthday as
she showed It with her red table
doth and Washington’s napkins
with wnMwm of Washington: it
m also Mrs. Anns Webb’s birth
day. After the regular business
session the members presented her
with beautiful gifts and next
played two games of H*eno. Mrs.
Afcna Harrison eras awarded a
prigs for high soon and Ban
Bbarper for low soon.
The hostess served a delicious
Members present were: Mm*
dsmes Osnsra P. Brown, Corne
lls Coble, Addle Harris. Alma
Harrison. Mary Mars Ne. Helen
Mttohsa. Robinson. Bara
RALEIGH LINKS PICK
Ttw Balatgh Chapter of links'
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
met Batrday night with Link Con
tent serving as hostess. Link De
lany, president, presided.
Link Catherine Winters will
serve as delegate to the Area Meet
ing In Fayetteville, n. c. Several
other members will attend the
After the reading of oommunl
oations, several guests arrived and
spent a most enjoyable evening
Guests playing were: Mrs. Lu
cille Albright, Selma: Mrs. Milton
Daniel, Durham. Meedames Louise
Flagg, Sadye Freeman, Julia
Jones, Clinton ligon, Phyllis
Mann, Lula Robinson, Tulle Tur
ner and O smell Watte. Members
present: Links T. Clark, M. Cook.
J. Delany, M. Flagg, E. Hamlin,
Gertruds Harris, N Inborden, W.
Kay, N. Lockhart, D. Otey, M.
Taylor, A. Toliver, and C. Winters.
Mrs O. Watts won first guest
prim, and Mrs. J. Jones scoond.
Link M. Taylor won first club
prim and Link N. Lockhart sec
ond. Mrs. Mary Watson received a
gift for keeping score.
Members and guests were hap
py to set Mis. Josephine Otey
Hayes, of Atlantic City, N. J.
Mrs. Constant's menu consisted
of chicken salad, ham. tiny pear
in potato eups, oongealed salad,
hot rolls, pickles, hot tea. and
cherry toe cream.
Guests and members were pre
sented tiny United States flags
commsrating the birthday of
THE LIS CAUBETTEB HOLD
The Las Caueettee enjoyed a
festive evening on Saturday, Feb
The party was given in The Cel
lar of Hamlin Drug Store. Mem
bers of the olub invited their es
corts and au additional w"'*:
iicaau, flowete, cuplds and th*
usual valentine motif were mag
nificently displayed. Delicacies
were'offered in buffet style.
Present were the following:
Meertemes Janie Anderson, Lillis
Ballenttns. Ola Coleman. Ade
laide Earp, Roger Evans, Primrose
Jackson, Cara Lamb, aiadene
Taylor, Catherine Wilkins. Nata
JThe music snd dancing were su-
OBSERVES FIFTH BIRTHDAY
Little Miss Leonette Evans of E.
Bdenton st., celebrated her Bth
birthday on February 28. Happy
Birthday Leonette and we wUh for
you many, many happy returns.
mrb. Josephine o. hates
Mrs. Josephine Otey Hayes,
tenner teacher and native at
Raleigh, la reeeperailng at the
heme of her sister. Mrs. Mil
dred Otey Taylor on Smith
field St. She new Uves in At
lantic City, N. J.
HONORED AT BURPRISB
Mr. Douglas Robinson wee hon
ored at a surprise birthday party
on last Saturday night given him
by Mrs. Mary Otlse. A few of his
many friends helped him oslobrate
the occasion. A oolorful menu was
served and enjoyod by all present.
Mr. Robinson received a number
sos useful gifts. Thanks to his
friends that made this a wonder
MRS. VASS VISITS SISTER
Mrs. Lucille J. Vase of Person
St.. Is visiting her sister In Wil
mington for a few weeks.
VISITS ILL FATHER IN
Mr, Jesse Broadnax and
Miss CUranetie Durham mo
tored to ML OUve Sudsy to
visit Miss Durham's father.
Mr. Leen Durham, who Is still
Ul at hts home.
Happy birthday to little Mlsset
Leveme Fuller and Carolyn Mills
who celebrated their birthdays
February 2. We wish for both
little girls many happy returns of
AIDED UNITED COLLEGE
A. E. Brown, lit* South Per
bmi Street, was the IM ap
peal chairman for the United
Negro Callegt> Fund In the Ra
leigh area. Nathaniel B. White
ptssidint. Service Printing
Company In Durham, and W.
A. Footer, East End Scheel In
Goldsboro, were vice chair
men. J. E. Strickland. Senior
▼tee President. Raleigh
Branch of (he Mechanics and
Farmers Bank, nerved as
treasurer. The UNCF raised a
record amount of tt.S7I.7M
What is Doing Around Town!
"Ood of all grace, refresh ns
when wo an weary la body.
Boston us when we faint,
work thou la us to will and to
do. Tu au lives broken and
mamd. manifest Thy power to
mead. Give us light la dark
•teas and make our hearts to
ringja Utelr Joy and to Thy
WXLBON TEMPLE METHO
DIST—Ctouroh School began at
11 o'clock with the men's chorus
in charge of music, under the di
rection of Mn. M. M. Kelly. The
oall to worship was given by the
pastor, the Rev. O. W. Burwlck.
who also read the morning lesson
and pray. Sermon by the district
supt., the Rev. James W. Gweyn.
It was quarterly report time and
everyone mads splendid reports.
LILLY OP THE VALLEY PREE
WHii BAPTIST—Church School
began at 10 a. m. with the supt.,
Mr. Mask Arthur In oharge. Morn
ing worship began at 11:80 with
the senior choir in ehargt of the
music, under the direction of Mrs.
Willis Henderson. A gnat serm
on was delivered by the Rev. War
dell Alston of Warrenton. Every
one enjoyed it. The pastor Is the
Rev. Lester Rivera.
WILLIAMS OROVE BAPTIST
—Church Behool began at 9:30
With the supt, Mr. Phillip Alston.
In charge of the music, under the
direction of Miss Jacqueline Mit
chell. Morning leoson and prayer
were led by the guest minister, the
Rev. B, D. Pretty. He also deliver
ed e very cncwiaa-ii.- *•«
£. w* <wk n* me ine Rev.
J. 1L Bryant Is pastor.
OBRRLXN BAPTIST Sunday
School began at 8:30 a. m. with
the supt. Mr. Walter Curtis, in
oharge. Regular service began at
11:00 Am., with the Junior choir
In charge of the music, under the
dlrtoOon of Mrs. Oaston Pulley
and organist, Mr. Oaston Pulley.
The pastor delivered a wonderful
sermon. His subject: “Carry the
Croes to calvary."
BT. MATTHEWS A. M. E.—
Church Sohool began at 0:30 a. m.
with the supt, Mr. Robert Lasane,
In oharge. Worship service began
at 11 a m. with the Junior choir In
oharge of the music, under the di
rection of Mr. D. R. Leach and
Miss Anette Peterson. An lnsptr
Claud Caldwell, Supervisor of
the Merit System Council, will
to*ak In the Psnlok Hall of Sct
snoe Amphitheater on Saint Aug
ustine's College campus March
1. at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Caldwell, who Is being pre
sented by the Business depart
ment of Saint Augustine's, will
discuss job opportunities and ad
vancements for the oollege grad
ATTENDED FOUNDERS DAY
Mrs. Ruth Moore Bethea of Ra
leigh and Hamlvt and Mrs. Bessie
Moore Wesley of Raleigh were
weekend gueots of the State Col
lege. Elisabeth City, and attended
ttw Founder's Day service, Sun
day. February 23. Their father,
the late Dr p. W Moore, was
founder and president emeritus of
HOME NURSING STORY ON TV
The Wake County Chapter of
the American Red Croes Is parti
cipating in the televised version
of the Home Nursing Story. The
oourm begins on Tuesday, March
3rd, from 1:00 to 1 :S0 p. m. on W
UNC-TV. Channel *. Chapel Hill.
A aeries of 10 films will be
shown on Tuesday and Thursdays.!
with a two-hour praotioe session
following films No. 3. No. 6. and
No. 10 Workbooks and textbooks
may be secured from Red Cross
"At least one person In each
family should acquire the home
nursing skills.” states Mrs. C. T
Wilkinson, chairman of the Nur
sing Service Committee.
Contact your Wake County Red
Cross Chapter, 301 North Blount.
Raleigh, for further Information,
or to enroll In this course.
Happy birthday to the following
Vbbruarv birthday ladle* Miss
Lena. Eure who celebrated her
birthday Februay 28. while Miss
Hattie Weldon eeJebretee her i
birthday on Feb. 17. We Wish both
you ladles belated birthday wish- j
es. Miss Eure is on employee ofj
may l broadjb
ing message was delivered by the
pastor, the Rev. J. P. Epps.
ST ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Church School began at
10 a. m. with the supt., Mr. Wil
liam Lyons, in oharge. The pastor
is the Rev. J. T. Ford. Worship
service Is held every first and
third Sundays Mid-week prayer
aervioe Is every Wednesday night
at g p. m.
UNION BAPTIST Sunday
School began at the usual hour
with the supt, Mr. Walter Price,
in oharge. Morning worship serv
ice began at 11:80 a m. with the
the senior choir In charge of the
music, under the direction of Mn.
Nettie Harrington. A very prom
ising sermon was delivered by Uw
pastor, the Rev. E. Mason. A large
number hoard this sermon.
FIRST BAPTIST Church
Sohool began at 9:30 with ttw
supt., Mr. W. H. Taylor, In oharge.
Morning worship began at 11 a
m. with the Mosely • Jones Choir
in oharge of ttw music, under the
direction of Mrs. E. M. M. Kelly
and ttw Chanoe Choir under the
direction of Mrs. Lucille O. Paige.
The Junior ushers served, under
the leadership or Mr. M. C. Hill.
The morning lesson was delivered
by the guest minister, ttw Rev.
Jack Crum, executive secretary of
the N. C. Council of Churches.
Morning prayer by the Rev. J. A.
Lester and responsive reading by
the pastor. A very Inspiring serm
on was delivered by the Rev.
Crum. He used as his subject. “Do
You Want To Be A *-<»*-•“ All
wwoywj ttw message.
SMITH TEMPLE FRESWXIL
BAPTIST Church Sohool be
gan at 10 A m. with the supt., MT.
E. B. Sanders, in charge. At 11 A
m. the Rev. J. D. Ray. pastor,
made the call to worship with the
Junior choir In charge of the mus
ic, under the direction of Mes
dames Mints and Holder. The
morning prayer was given by Mr.
Banka. Rev. Ray brought us o
wonderful message from the sub
ject: “Happiness and 'Blessing.”
ororibN Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carrington wen
united in holy matrimony, at the Anbury Methodist Church,
Washington, D. C, on Saturday, February. 15.
Vows Spoken In D. C.
WASHINGTON. D C-Mr. and
Mrs. Christopher A. Hardy. Wash
inf-ton. hava announced the mar
riage of their daughter. Christine
Vernette. to Arthur Car run ton of
New York City. •
The groom ia the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Douglas Carrington of
New York City.
The rites were conducted on Sat
urday afternoon. February is. at
Washington's Asbury Methodist
The bride had as her maid of
honor. Miss Carmen McGill of New
York City and best man was. Keith
Anderson of Washington. D. C.
Among the out-of-town guests at
tending the wedding were: Mrs
William L Thompson and son. of
Stratford. Coon.; Mrs. Arrena Hoi- 1
me*. Gainesville. Fla;* Mrs. KU !
M. Allen and Mrs. Beatrice A ]
Moon, both of Palatka. Fla; Mrs
Thelmetia Bynum and Lt Irma :
Cooper, both of Fort Dix. N. J
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen. 1
[ At 3 p. m. the Benlor Choir had a
program with many groups ap
-1 peering on program. It was very
ST. PAUL A. M. B. Church
School began at ttw usual hour,
with Mrs. Hattte Mitchell to
oharge. Morning worship began
with the choristers leading ttw
processional, and Mbs Mary
Smith a* ttw organ. The Rev. L. &
Penn, pastor, oonduetod ttw morn
ing sendee. He lohoee his text
from the book of Acts 1:8. His
subject was “Uw Source of ttw
Orestes* Power.” Uw sermon was
good and well taken.
RUSH METROPOLITAN A. M.
E. ZION - Sunday Behool began
at 9:48 A m. with Mr. LsSUe
Campbell, ttw supt.. to oharge. At
10:20 a m. ttw Junior church
service was conducted by ttw Rev.
Shelly Taylor. The regular 11 o'-
clock service was oonduotod by ttw
pastor, ttw Rev. T. H. Harris. Rev.
Harris delivered a very Inspiring
message from the Gospel of 8L
John, 16th chapter and ttw 16th
verse. At 7:30 th* Rev. L. P. furry
and his choir and congregation of
Oraoe A. M, E. Zion Chtpch wor
shipped with usrßev. Pefry deliv
ered a very enjoyable sermon.
Mrs Annie H. Thorpe Is church
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS—
Church School began at 10 a m.
with the superintendent. Mr. Ar
thur Williams, in charge. Morn
ing worship sendee began imme
di»Wr after the morning '
ing ttw sendee. The Rev. B. j.
Johnson preached a wonderful
sermon, taking his text from St.
John. 14. His subject was “He IS
Coming Back." Music was furn
ished by the young adult choir,
under ttw direction of lira. Mar
garet Ratcliff. Our pastor was ab
sent due to appearing on a pro
gram In Method. He was the guest
speaker at Truevine HoUineaa
Church. We enjoyed a glorious
day. The pester is the Rev. Ell
Jr. and family. Teaneek. H. J.; Dr.
Alphonso Allen and Mrs. Arthur
D. Carrington and son. all of New
York. N. Y ; Mr and Mrs. Leon
Hardy and Mr. William Starnes, all
of Greensboro, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Smith, all of Philadelphia.
BY MISS CAROLYN J. MOUUSON
APEX—On Sunday morning. Feb.
XL the senior chorus was In chars*
of the devotion.
Our pastor, the Raw. Frank Mc-
Iver. brought hia message from the
sth chap, of DanieL text: “And
his loins were locked, and his knees
smote one against another." As Rev.
Mel vex brought his mmsgl ka to
Dr. E. L. Cummingham To Shaw As
Religions Emphasis Speaker
Shaw University will observe Re
ligious Emphasis Week. March 1-3.
Dr. B. Luther Cunningham, pastor,
St Paul Baptist Church, Philadel-
'AN A. M
OR. E. L. CUNNINGHAM
phi*, Pi will b* th* featured
i The general theme of the obaerv
aace la "New Challenge* Act
BT KU DOEOTHT K. BTWAET
The East-West Jazz Club held
It* regular meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mr*. John Roberts, 810
Oberlin Bd.. Saturday night, Feb.
tt with co-host ease* Mr. and Mrs.
James O. Blount and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Slowe. The cltfb held a brief
social break before the meeting was
called to order by th* sergeant-at
arms, Mr. T. P. Stewart
The president MVs. A. Slowe,
presided over the meeting. Busi
nesa of importance was discussed.
The atmosphere was a very cherry
one. The club members then listen*
ed to their very own radio an
nouncer, Mr. James O. Blount over
Radio Station WPTF. Be discussed
the last-west Jazx Club. This was
truly one of the highlights of the
Mrs. A. Roberts gave each mem
ber a hatchet and asked the group
to talk to its fellow club members
and If he or she said "yes" to take
their hatchet until the game was
over. It was enjoyed by all as ev
eryone joined in.
Mr. L. Terrell was the winner of
th* prise. He collected the hatchets.
The club then honored the birth
days for the month of February.
Mrs. J. O. Blount presented Mrs.
D. I. Stewart and Mr. J. C. Collins
with birthday presents.
Th* group then sang "Happy
Birthday” to them and presented
them with white Shirts with th*
initials “EWJ” monogram ed in
Club members then danced and
listened to jazz. Th* elub's special
guests of the month were Mr. and
| Mrs. Lonzie Lucas of 713 Rosemont
I Si They were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Blount
Members present were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Collins, Mr. end Mrs. P.
Peebles, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Stew
art, Mr. and Mrs. W. Slow*, Mr.
and Mrs J. Roberts, Mr. and Mr*.
T. Jefferies, Mrs. F. Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Terrell and Mr. W.
MK Roberta and the co-hoateases
served the group spaghetti and
ground boat boiled pig feet po
tato salad, tossed salad, buttered
rye bread, and beverages.
The next meeting will be held at
the bate* of Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Collins, 803 East Davie St. on
March It All member* are asked
to be present
b toe lftWs Fayetteville, at toe
bend of navigation on the Cape
Fear River, wee a center for plank
roods. Such roads radiated in all
direction*. Numerous photographs
in the collection of the Department
of Archives and History show scone
of them roads.
The first railroad Into North Car
olina* capital city was th* Raleigh
and Gaston, completed In 1840. A
model of the engine is on display
at the Hall of History in Raleigh.
he talked about th* strongs a man
can da A man will reap what ha
sows when he does wrong. Every
one enjoyed the message.
On March L. there will be a
Youth Night at St. Mary* AMS
Church. Wa are going to have
young ringing group*. Come out
and lain in with ue on our Youth
My Lady’s Doings
♦ ♦ ♦
In And Out Os Town
Nowr Dr. Cunningham will deliver
the following messages: Sunday,
March I, 8:30 p.m., “In th# Quiet
of the Sanctuary;” Monday, March
2. "Doubting our Doubts;” Tuesday.
March 3, "This U Vital Religion;’’
Wednesday, March 1 “Maks Us
Your Lift;” Thursday. March 8.
"Jesus In the Space Age." Th*
weekly messages will be delivered
at 12:00 noon. All of these pro
grams will be held In University
Church, and will be open to the
Other phases of this week of spir
itual emphasis will Include dis
cussions in house meetings, a fac
ulty meeting on Wednesday eve
ning, and a service of communion
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
“As l Msn Soweth"
We mast net hope to be
mourners. And to gather the
rip* rold ears. Unless we have
first been sowers. And water
ed the furrow* with tears.
It la not Just aa we take It,
This mystical world of oars.
| S4m»- *- —;
l—it, A harvest of thorns
or of flowers.
Observes 11th Anniversary
The Willing Workers Club of St.
Paul AME Church of which Mrs
Nellie Smith is president, observed
1U 11th anniversary on Sunday,
Feb. 23rd at 7:00 p.m. Quite a
unique program was presented by
the Chairman of the Program
Committee, Mrs. Mary Lester.
The members of this club are:
Mesdames Coreen Alston, Juanits
Barnes, Tiny Burton, Jacqueline
Cooper, Laura Crumby, Mallma
Cuitis, Annie Haywood, Lila B.
Hinton, Viola Hinton, Evangeline
Hunter, Mary Lester, Nannie Rob
inson, Nellie Smith, Alice J. Ta
bron, Hattie Wall, Bessie M. Wes
ley, Thelma Worth, Connie Young.
The Rev. L. S. Penn is pastor.
To Join Husband in Ga
Mrs. Juanita McKnight and chil
dren, Karen, Kirk and Ralphina of
S. Haywood Street, sailed for Ger
many on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, to
join their husband and father, Sgt.
Willie L. McKnight.
She will join his mother, Mrs.
Student Tutors Revealed By St. Aug.
The following seniors at Saint
Augustine's College are doing their
cadet teaching in various schools
across the state: Miss Joyce Chest
nut and Miss Martha Hart, Lucille
Hunter School. Raleigh; Mrs. Liz
zie Whitaker, Crosby Garfield, Ra
leigh; Misses Juliet Williams and
Brenda Curtis, Booker T. Washing
tr l School, Rocky Mount; Misses
Berths Brewster, Barbara William
son, and Barbara Jeffries, Darden
High School, Wilson; Misses Vir
ginia Burt and Faye Taylor. John
ston County Training School,
Smithfield; Miss Delphins David,
Richard B. Harrison High School,
Also Misses Bessie Dunn and Co
ra E. Merritt, Susan Baskerville
School, Rocky Mount; Joshua Woot
en. Claybum Hatcher, Misses Mary
Mack and Willie Bivens, Brawley
High School, Scotland Neck; Gene
Lee, Walter Belk, and Warren Vea
sey, Pickney High School. Car
thage: Misses Bttti* Nicholson, Ja»-
queline Bullett, and Gloria Walker,
Sampson High School. Clinton;
for It we*.*
***** *a th. amt. «
to# ***** beta*. Now,
•a* to. ■«. WM» said*
“f **v to* m*. ever
• tow timn to rMiw».
b* •*•* betof*
W| WILL luww if m
be** paaMd to. taw.
«*■ Hearing Aids f
I h I
sad consecration on Thursday.
Leaden sod teptas fW tea
Cofield, "tpeeifl* Chaltemgas to
Edacatiear Dr. late la May.
"Specific Challaogsa la tee
nomice spd Serial AsNamt" The
Reverend J. Oeaar ISsOlsal,
"Specific Chaßaagaa Aa Pate
tics;” snd tea Bov. Charles W.
Ward, -Speetfle Chetlswgte la
The purpose of tea prognm l§
threefold: (1) to ralato tea Chrio
tian faith to tea spodfto okaTlsagw
in our Society; <H> to discover tea
Christian’s duty among now dtawn
slons of our world: and (8) to stim
ulate one to transcend mediocrity.
McKnlght in New York City. She
will be accompanied by bar father,
Mr. Junlna Richard Haywood, hia
wife and Mrs. Louisa Cheatham.
Mrs. Hattie Peterson of 411 Wat
son St. has aa har houaa guest bar
Entertain at Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Jams* Bandars of
819 Ellington Street entertained the
following guest* recently at their
heme at a dinner party, th# llsv.
Belvin Detoois and th* Rev. Amos
Cousey, all of Greenville. S. C.
They are both student* In to* Bap
tist Seminary at Wak* Forest
Heat Steward*** Heard
Mr. and Mr*. James Sanders Os
819 Ellington St. were hosts to
Stewardess Board No. 2, of Ruto
Metropolitan AME Zion Church
last Thursday night After a briaf
business session, they enjoyed a
very delicious turkey dinner with
all th# trimmings. Mrs. Minnie De
graffenreidt is president of the
Heat Stewardess Board
Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Harris, 4J4
Watson St, were hoats to Steward
ess Board No. 1, last Thursday
night They too, report having bean
royally entertained. Mrs. Lucy Ev
ans is president of the Board.
Thanks for the fine cooperation
Keep calling TE 3-8438.
Misses Willa Monroe, Mildred Ford,
and Mrs. Clara Rogers, Riverside
Union School, Louisburg; Misses
Carolyn Chavis, Harriett Moore,
Mrs. Launa Jones, and Mrs. Bessie
Lyons, Ligon Junior-Senior High
Mias Patricia Andrews end Ml*.
Doretha Blalock, Berry O'Kelly
High School, Method; Miss— The
resa Rogers, Johnsie Snipes, and
Mr. J. B. Murphy, Washington High
School, Raleigh; Misses Gloria
Jackson, Grade Rawley and Mrs.
Luis Johnson, Cooper High School,
Clayton; and Miss Mary Hazel
High, Mary E. Phillips School,
Everything For . •.
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