NORTHWESTERN PROFESSOR AT NCC Dr. Scott
Greer, right, professor of sociology and director of the Center for
Metropolitan Studies at Northwestern University, was the main
speaker in the first of a sociological lecture aeries at North Caro
lina College. Here he discusses points from his lecture —which
was titled, “The Politics of Urban Renewal,” with Dr. J. S.
Himes, left, professor of sociology at NCC,- end Miss Edna E.
Singletary, a graduate student in sociology.
Mrs . M. H. McCrimmon,
Shaw Grad Is Eulogized
FRANKLINTON Mrs. Mattis
Hester McCrimmon of franklin ton
died Friday, March 6 at 6:30 P. M.
Funeral services were conducted
Monday, March 9, at 4:00 P. M. at
the United Church of Christ by
Rev. J. P. Mangrum.
Mrs. McCrimmon, a graduate of
Shaw University, was an active
member of the United Church of
Christ, the Sunday School, the Mis
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sionary Circle, and the Franklinton
Branch of the National Association
of College Women, Inc. She taught
at the B. F. Person-Albion School
in Franklinton for a long number
Surviving are her husband, Mr.
George McCrimmon, one daughter,
Louise and one niece, Cecelia Reid,
all of the home.
BARBER-SCOTIA RECEIVES GRANT—P. V. Guyton, a representative of Guit 0.1 Com
pany, left, is shown presenting a check for $350 to President L. S. Cosart of Barber-Scotia College,
Concord . Frank Odom, ot Gulfs Atlanta office, and M. S. Lytes, local distributor of Gulf products
are also shown. The grant is an annual gift from Gulf Oil Company to Barber-Scotia and one of
many similar gifts to colleges. i
AKA'S PRESENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Seated, left to right, are: Mrs. Susie V.
Perry, chairman; Garland McAdoo, speaker; Mn. Virginia K. Newelli Dr. Leslie Styron. profes
sor at Meredith College; Mesdames Gladys Turner, Fannie V. Latham, Mertie Batey, basileus;
Hattie Edmondson, and Misa Jeannette E. Hicks. Standing on back row are some ol the debutantes
attending the meeting. (See story).
Local AKA’s Present
The SAW Cafeteria'* Sandhill*
Room was the scene of a dinner
meeting with debutante*, aorors and
guests. The informal chat* concern
ed career opportunitiea in the area
of sociology, presented har Dr. Les
lie Styron, profeaeor at Mereditti
College and Garland McAdoo, nu
clear engineering senior at N. C.
State, about his recent experiences
in the Soviet Union last summer.
Dr. Styron pointed out the ad
antages and opportunities in the
area of sociology. The areas which
are open include the broad fields
of teaching, group workers, and all
phases of social work. It is a serv
ice profession of interest, caring,
sharing and listening.
McAdoo is president of the YM
CA at State College, honor stu
dent, merrtber of Golden Chain and
Blue Key Honor Societies. He trav
eled to the Soviet Union under tha
auspices of the YMCA with 30 oth
er selected students of tha United
State*. He spoke of the economy of
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the Russien people, their agricul
tural program, their educational
system, tile church and its rela
tion to the youth of that nation.
The social problems of our mod
em times, was pointed out very
vividly. Today is a day for the
“Battle of Man's Minds."
Debutantes present were: Misses
Blanche Paige. Barbers Mitchell,
Thors Hopkins, Deloris Young, Wil
ms Shaw, Janet Powell, Betty Rob
erts, Joyce Glenn, Sandra Sanders,
Patricia Marshall, Margie Jones,
Rogerleane Robinson, Carolyn
Jones, Barbara Williams. Bettye
Buggs, Natalie Wilson, JoAnn Av
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Janet Young, Francis Williams,
June Powell, Dianne Davis, Mary
Hunter, and Sarah Morgan.
Guests present were: Misses M.
Ligon, Elaine Johnson, Margaret
Rogers and others. ■
Sorors present were: Sorors S V.
Perry, chairman, Virginia Newell,
Fannie Latham, Gladys Turner, J.
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Dr, W, C, Somerville Keynoter As
First Baptist Church Plans Big
Foreign Mission Day Here Sun..
On Sunday. March 18. Dr. Wen
dell C. Somerville will give the
11:00 o’clock message at First Bap-
P, U. Watson:
In the third aeries of "Operation
Decency" conducted at Shaw Uni
versity, P. U. Watson, guidance
counselor, J. W. Ligon High School.
Raleigh, spoke at the Men's Per
sonnel Council meeting. Monday,
March 9, in Greenleaf Auditorium.
Speaking from the topic ‘'Charac
ter building among students, Mr.
Watson stated that decency Is a
matter of developing character and
character building is the heart of
education. “Nothing else in educa
tion is worth having except a sig
nificant rich character," he quoted.
He told the young men that what
they will be tomorrow will be de
termined by what they are practic
“The titles and degrees be
come meaningless except
there is a good character which
you develop in your behavior
everyday. Building a perfect
pattern in your life will make
it easier for you to relate to
others." he stated.
Responding to mam action in
school indicates that the heart may
be in the right place, but the head
is not used properly. In your pro
fession to render, service to pro
vide Income, the kind ot example
you set is the most important. As
college students, he stated, you are
I ;i select group. You now represent
10 percent of Negro population.
Previous speakers In connec
tion with the theme "Operation
Decency," which began in Sep
tember, 1965, have been John
Brown, Jr„ Urban League offi
cer in Washington, D. C.t Dr.
I. Gregory Newton. Consultant.
Peace Corp., aloe of Washing
D. H. Keck, dean of men and di
rector at student activities, intro
duced the speaker.
RALEIGH. N. C.. SATURDAY. MARCH 14. UN
This is the day that First Bap
tist has designated through the
year as Foreign Mission Day in
the church and the day that
the members of the church
have chosen to call to remem
brance the needs and the suf
ferings of ethers.
This is the day that they make a
sacrificial offering—all of which
goes to foreign mission.
Dr. Somerville is the executive
secretary of the Lott Carey Foreign
Mission Convention which conven
tion sends 92 percent of all monies
collected to the foreign field.
At 7:30 P. M. Sunday, at least
seven baptist churches, the pastors,
officers and members will meet at
Tupper Memorial for the annual
Foreign Mission Rally.
All of the churches will bring
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that the churches of Raleigh will
raise or pledge 88,000 Sunday. Dr.
Somerville will give the message
at' the mass meeting. The Rev. D.
N. Howard ia pastor of Tupper Me
The public is invited to hear Dr<
Somerville at both meetings. .
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