RALEIGH. N. C-. SATURDAY. APRIL 11. IM4
MR. AM) MRS. H. V. ROUSE ,
Mr. and Mr* H. V. Room- of
South. Street, have aa their house
guests, Mrs. Roane * stater. Mlm
Carolyn Cooper, and her father.
Mr. John Cooper. both of New.
PLANS PINE ARTS FESTIVAL
The J. W. Ligcu Jr.-Br. High
School will present, lta Second An
nual Pine Arts Festival. April 12
and 13. There w.U be two aesaions
on Sunday. 4:00 p.n>. and 8:00 pm.
in the school’s auditorium.
This is a display of cultural a
ehievemente. which Includes art
:hlbitt. modem dancing, drama,
and vocal and Instrumental music.
Participating In the Festival are
members of the Raleigh Pubic
Schools. All proceeds will go to
the Pine Arts Travel and Award
THE PRIDAT AFTERNOON
The Friday Afternoon Book Club
met on Friday. April 3. at the home
of Mis* Belva Lane. The president
preaided. After the business se»-
slon was held, the hostess present
ed the speaker for the evening
Mrs Delons W. Revn gave s book
review entitled. "The Swap Shot
Scandal", which waa enjoyed by
the members. We were served a de
licious dinner by the hoatesa.
The guest at the meeting were:
Mrs. Delorls W. Revts. Mrs. Mildred
L. Chavis. Mrs. Margie White, end
Mrs. Mamie Raines
Members present were: Mrs.
Esther Mtehesl. president: Mrs.
Mart# Meere. secretary; Mrs.
Planner Burch, treasurer; Mrs.
Nancy Deranes. Mrs. Oraa Hay
weed. Mrs. Pans Haywood. Wm
Mary Bryant. Mrs. OacUa Jehn
Mary Bryant. Mia, Ousalla
Johnson. Mrs. Pinky Halt Mrs.
Carrie Laws. Mrs. Mary Pugh
Lane, and Mm haetaaa.
The next meeting will be held on
April 17, at the home of Mrs. Esther
DELTAS ATTEND BROIONAL
The South Atlantic Regional
Conference of Della Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc. was held at Virginia
SUM College, Petersburg, Virginia
Inspired by the Golden Anniver
sary celebration, the Regional Con
ference theme was "The Past la
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! Dr. James A. Boyer, president of
Sctnt Augustine's College, trill be
' the keynote speaker on the occas
ion of National Christian Colege
Day. Sunday. April 12. at St.
Paul's Cathedrai. Boston. Maw
The eight presidents of the eight
Episcopal Colleges will speak In
different cities across the country
on National Christian College Day.
They are expected to speak re
garding their Institutions and their
affiliation with the Foundation for
, i Dr. John P. Potts, president of
, Voorhees Junln College. Den
mark. 8. C.. will be the keynote
i speaker for the St. Augustine's
: College Honors Convocation. Tues
i' day, April 14, st 11:30 a m In the
I i Emery Health and Fine Arts Cen
Prologue—New Directions Emerge".
Program plsns Included a provoca
tive keynote session which high
lighted the most pertinent excerpts
from the address delivered at the
27th National Convention in New
York City last summer and the im
plications therein related to Delta
Sigma Theta's growth and develop
ment for the future.
A special! feature of the 1964 Re
gional Conference was a Civil
Right* Luncheon with Clarence
Mitchell. NAACP a* speaker This
luncheon was opened to the pub
lic. Soror Edythe R Tweedy of
Rocky Mount was named Regional
Those repreeentlng the Raleigh
Alumnae Chapter were Soror Ma
mie Riddick, chapter delegate. Sor
or Vivian Davis, Soror Gilds Har
ris and Soror Jimmie Bugg Mid
MINISTERS’ WIVES MEET
The Interdenominational Min
uter*' Wives Alliance of ‘"h
observed 1U 2nd national I V i
der’s Day with a program and
lowahip hour at Plrst Bap tut
Church on April 3 at 8:00 par
The out-of-town guests were
the Interdenominational Ministers'
Wives Alliance of Frankllnton.
The Ministerial Alliance of Ra
leigh was special guest, together
with members of the various
It was an educational program,
with music furnished by the mln-
What is Doing Around Town!
MEETS First row right to left; M B. W. Moore. I. L. Man
grum. Frankllnton; E. D. McClam. M. R. Delaney. M. W. Williams. T.
H. Harris, president; C. W. Ward. M. F. Booker, V. L. Saunders. M.
B. Sapp. Second row. left to right: Mesdames A. L. Morgan, Frank
llnton; W. Ysrboron»h. p ran , ' , nf e"; J. D Lirk’-y. J. J. Reece. W.
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CAROUNIAN EMPLOYEES HONOR BRIDE-ELECT The home oi Mr. and Mrs. J C.
Washington, 70S E. Edenton Street, was the scene Friday night of a surprise pre-wedding nuptial,
honoring Mist Claranettt! Durham, and Mr. Jesse Lee Broadnax. The affair tv as given to the cou
ple by members of The CAROLINIAN'S stall and management. Shown seated, left to right, are:
Mr. Broadnax, Miss Durham (who were married here aturday ) and Mrs. Gloria J. Dolby. Stand
ing, left to right, are: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Swain, Mr. Charles R. Jones, Mr. George Broome, Miss
Lena M. Eure, Mrs. Leo I a G. McGray, Mr. David Dolby, Mr. J. C. Washington, Miss Mary Anne
Durham, Mr. Robert Rroadnax, and Mrs. Mary E. Washington. Miss Durham is shown examining
one gift, while Mrs. Dolby holds the other.
"Our Father. as human be
luga and aa servant* of Thine,
wo need many thing* each
day. but moat of all we n«ed
faith to bring aa above «ur
limited viaiona and to over
come our weaknaaaea and ful
fill Thy will. Hal* us to find
joy In the faith that la worth
LINCOLN PARK HOUNESb
Church School was held at 10 a m
with the superintendent, Mr. Ar
thur Williams. In charge. Clarence
Ratcliff won firs', prise form, m
ory verse* in the primary due.
Morning worahlp followed with
our pastor, the Rev. Ell Ratcliff,
delivering the message for the day.
He apork from the subject. ••H"r*
Am I. 11l Oo.” Music was ren
dered by the senior choir, with
Mr*. Margaret Ratcliff at the pi
The pastor and members ten
dered service# in Benson Sunday
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Sunday School opened at
10:00 with the superintendent Mr.
WlUlam Lyons. Sr.. In ch-.<|e.
Isters' wives chorus Refreshments
were served, and enjoyed by all
present. Mrs. T. H. Harris is pres
ident of the Alllar.ce and Mrs J.
H Bryant is reporter.
Come to Church
BY MRS. MAY L. BROAOIS
Mom.ng worship began at 11 SO.
with the pastor the Rev. L. T.
Ford, In charge of the service. The
Junior choir was l.i charge of mu
sic. under the direction of Mrs.
Topsy McCullers. organist, Mr*.
Etz&beth Partin The morning les
son was read by the Rev. WllUe
Walker, from the Book of Isaiah.
Morning prayer was led by the
Rev. Odel Young The Rev. Theo
dore McCalllster delivered the
MORNINO STAR BAPTIBT
Church School ocgr.n at 11 o'clock
with the assistant superintendent.
In charge in the absence of the
Eleven o’clock service began with
the Junior choir ir. charge at the
music The scripture was read and
announcements were made. The
pastor, the Rev s R Spencer
brought the morning message to
the congregation, from the Book
of Revelations. 3 8 His subtoet
was, “I Have Set Before Thee An
We were vet” g’.ad to have
friends visiting with us You are
always welcome to worship with
The memorial service for Mrs.
Grace Bell will be heard next Sun
day at 2 30 p m Mrs 801 l was a
member of the Community Hope
' Prayer Band
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST -Sunday Smoot
began at 10 00 with the *’ipT n
tendent. Mr Mack Arthur. In
charge Morning wership began at
11:50. with the s'nlor choir, under
the direction of Mr W lfle Hen
derson. In charge of music. A great
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor. the Rev Lester River-'. which
eras enjoyed by all present
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Church School began at 9:90 un.
with the superintendent. Mr. rtiil-
Up Alston. In charge Morning
worship begrn at 11:00 with the
senior choir in charge of music,
under the dtree-ion of Mia Jac
queline Mitchell The pastor, the
Rev. J. H. Bryant, delivered the
message to the congregation. The
service was followed by commun
TDPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Sunday School began at 9:30
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Bro idie, Frankllnton; J. H. Bryant, A. B. Johnson. Third row, right
to left: Mesdames Eva B. Young. Frankllnton; L. Horton, W. J.
Wilson, L. P. Perry, Geo. Robinson, O. L. Sherill, J. D. Henry. E. E.
Henry. D. N. Howard. (See story on page 18).
am. with the superintendent, Mrs.
Dorothy Allen. In charge. Maming
worship began at 11 o’clock with
the senior choir In charge of mu
sic, under the direction of Mrs.
D. N. Howard. Sr. Responsive
reading was led by the pastor, the
Rev. D. N. Howard, who also
brought the morning message. HU
subject was. “The Risen Christ
and His Radiant Church”. Prayer
was led by Brotier Robert Miller.
Morning worship was followed by
Evening worship began at 7.30.
with the Jane* Chapel Baptist
Church choir tn charge of music,
along with the Smith Temple
Freewill Baptist Church oholr.
The Rev. Isaac Lee. pastor of the
Jones Chapel Baptist Church,
brought the very Inspiring mes
sage. His subject waa "Carry Je
sus Somebody". The Rev Howard
and congregation were weil-pleaa
UNION BAPTIST Church
School opened at 10 o'clock with
! the superintendent. Mr. Waiter
! Price. In charge. Morning worship
began at 11:30 with the senior
| choir in charge of music, under
: the direction of Mrs. Nettle Har
! rlngton. The morning sermon,
. which was very interesting was
1 delivered by the pastor, the Rev.
I E Mason. Communion was seared
| at the evening worship service
WILSON TEMPLE METHO
DIST—Sunday School begun at
1 9:30 with the superintendent. Min
I Name Morgan, in charge. Morning
, worship began at 11 o'clock with
I the senior choir tn charge of mu
sic. under the direction of Min
Name Morgan, organist. Mrs. M.
M. Kelly. A very heart-warming
sermon eras delivered by the pas
tor. the Rev. O. W. Bunrtek. fol
lowed by communion.
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CMB—Church School began
at 9:30 am. wtth the superinten
dent. Mrs. Dell* R Bard, tn
charge. Morning worship begun at
II o'clock wtth the senior choir
tn charge at the music, under the
direction of Mis Myrtle Ann
Rhodes, A very encouraging ser
mon was dehrer-d by the guest
minister, the Rev. Mr. Wilkins,
from the Book at St Mark. 7:3.
His subject was. Bands."
mMy Lady's Doings
In And Out Os Town
Exec. To City
ENGLISH AND PEACE CORPS
Dr. Edwin H. Sauer, chairman
of the English Department. Chi
cago Teachers College South and
nationally known authority on the
teaching of English, and Dr. Ma
rie Davis Gadsden, highest rank
ing woman in the Peace Corps,
will highlight the Sixth Annual
Language Arts Institute at Saint
Augustine's College on Saturday.
Dr. Sauer is a native of Cincin
nati, Ohio and received his B.S.
and M.A. degrees at Miami Uni
versity of Ohio. He received his-
Ph. D. at the University at Cincin
His teaching experience has In
cluded work In the public schools
of Ohio. Miami University, Uni
versity of Cincinnati and Harvard,
where he directed the master of
The service was followed by com
RUSH METROPOLITAN AME
ZION — Sunday School began as
usual last Sunday with the sui>er
lntend-mt. Mr. Leslie Campbell, in
charge. The Junior Church serv
ices were then conducted by the
Rev. Shelby Taylor. The regular
morning worship services were
conducted by the pastor, the Rev.
T. H. Harris, who also brought the
morning message, taken from St.
Luke. 15:18. His theme was. 1 The
Repentant Child Came Back to
His Father and Confessed that He
Had Done Wrong”
At 3 p.m., the Pvthlans and Ca
l&nthenic Lodges observed their
Tlianksgiving Anniversary at the
church. Rev. Hairia delivered the
message. The music was furnished
by the senior choir at our church.
Mrs. Annie H. Thorpe is church
ST. MATTHEW AME— Church
School began at 9:30 with the su
perintendent, Mr. Robert Lesane,
in charge Morning worship began
at 11 o’clock with the senior choir
In charge of mus*c. under the di
rection of Mrs. Marie Riddick, or
ganist. Ms. Rosemary Walton.
Morning lesson was read by the
pastor, the Rev. J. F. Epps, who
also brought the morning mes
sage Brother A. O Carmichael led
the prayer. C xnniunion followed
©BERLIN BAPTIST Sunday
School began at 9:30 am. Wth
the superintendent. Mr. Walter
Curtis. In charge. Morning wor
riitp began at 11 o'clock with the
senior choir In charge of muric.
under the direction at Mrs. Elsie
Hayes: organist. Mrs. Lucille
Campbell. Morning lesson and
prayer were led by the pastor, the
Rev. J. F Dempsey, who also
brought a powerful message to the
FIRST BAPTIST Church
School began at 9:30 am. with
the superintendent. Mr. W H.
Taylor. In charge Morning wor
ship began at 11 o'clock with the
senior choir in charge of the mu
sic. under the direction of Mrs.
M T. James and the minlsts' of
music. Mrs. E M. M .Kelly. Solo
ists were Mrs M. T. James and
Mr. W. H . Taylor Sr The respon
sive reading wj led by the Rev.
J. A. Lester. Miming lesson was
read by the Rev. M. Chamtiss.
from the book of SC Luke. 24th
chapter, and the 13th through the
33rd verses. Prayer was offered by
the pastor, the Rev. C. W. Ward,
who also delivered a very won
BTU begun at 6:30 pm. wtth
18. Frank Hinton, leader. Mr. C.
Langston was in charge at the
BTU. due to the absence as the.
Evening service began at 7:30
pm- with the Rev C. R. Bdwudu
pastor of the First Baptist Church
tn Fayetteville delivering the aes-
FETED ON 2577/ ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mn. Wil
liam B. Stanley were honored at a surprise Silver Anniversary
party, given by their daughter, Miss Carlrienne Stanley. This af
fair took place on Saturday evening, March 21, as 7:30 in the ball
room of the Chavis Center. Mrs. Stanley received beautiful gifts of
silver from her many friends. Telegrams were sent from relatives
and friends in New York, Kinston and Goldsboro.
*BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
It we eaa’t be cheerful. Let's
be as cheerful aa w* can.”
OUT AGAIN AFTER ILLNESS
Mrs. Arnetta Brown of 423 Wat
son St is out again to the delight of
her many friends.
RETURNS TO SCHOOL
Mr. Frederick (Freddy) Johnson
of 540 E. Cabarrus St., has returned
to N. C. College, Durham, after a
brief stay at Wake Memorial Hos
pital, having his tonsils removed.
Your friends say, “Keep your chin
up and keep smiling."
HOSTS TO GROUP ONE
Mr. aid Mrs. James Flagg of El
lington St., were host* to Group
One last Sunday. After a brief busi
ness session they enjoyed a delight
ful repast Mrs. Marie Moore is pre-
STEPHEN WAYNE CREWS
Stephen Wayne Crews, seven
month old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Crews, of 326 Bragg Street
died Tuesday night of last week.
Graveside service* were conducted
from Mount Hope cemetery Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock with the
Rev. George Williams officiating.
In addition to the parents, he Is
survived by three brothers, Chris
topher Leon, Isaac Antonia, and
Darell McNeil Crews; his paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Crews of Raleigh: and the mater
nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Ray of Raleigh.
arte in teaching program.
Dr. Gadsden Is a native of Doug
las, Georgia. She received her B.
& degree in b.oicgy at Georgia
State College, ‘he MA degree In
English at Atlanta University and
the Ph. D. degree In English at the
University of Wisconsin.
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CELEBRATES 10th BIRTHDAY
Little Miss Jean Adams, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams, of
214 S. Haywood SL celebrated her
10th birthday last Saturday at 4:00
p. m. Only a few of her friends and
playmates were on hand to join in
Those were: Claudia Lockley, Ed
ward Winston, Gail Flagg, Shirley
Flagg. Marsha Morgan, Cynthia
Adams, and Mrs. Minnie Flagg. Af
ter the playing of many games, a
repast of cup cakes, mints, peanuts,
ice cream and cake was served.
Jean received many lovely and use
ful gifts. We wish to say “Happy
Birthday to you.” Each received a
WILL RENDER SERVICE
The pastor. Rev. T. H. Harris
choirs and congregation of Kuril
Metropolitan A. M. E. Zion Church
will render service at Watts Chapel
Church on the Rhamkatte Rd. Sun
day at 2:00 p. m. The public is in
vited to attend.
We haven’t received your call aa
yet. But we are still listening. May
we hear from you this week?
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