RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY, MAT 23, I>(4
MISS PRIGBON SETS JUNE WEDDING—Mitt Mariya
Ptigeon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Cheater B. Pridgeon, SOS
Rock Quarry Rd. They announce her engagement to Mr. Robert
Sidney Bartlett, eon ol Mr. and Mrt. Mayo Bartlett, ot Rye, New
York. The wedding will take place June 6.
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY
give far Mr*. I nee . h
A surprise birthday party was
given for Mm Inez Peebles recent-
Tha** attending were Mae
damee Marguerite Davis, T. M.
Clarkson, Dorothy House, Nelli*
Boykin. Barbra Jean Shephard.
Barbara Taylor, and Clinton
Also Mr. and Mm Hoary Hall,
Dr. and Mm W. W. Johnson.
Mr. and Mm Cheater Pridgenn,
Mr. and Mm James Cooper,
Mr. and Mm Char 100 Haywood.
Jr, Mr. and Mm G. T. Ougsby,
Sr, Mr. and Mm Daniel Peebl
a*. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Peehlaa,
Mr. and Mm Paul Peebles. Mr.
and Mm John H. Peebles. Mr.
and Mm Millard R. Peebles,
Mr. and Mm Georgs & Snail
tag. Mr. and Mm H. Pulley,
Mr. and Mm B. Biua, Mr. and
Mm Charles Jones, Mr. and
Mm Jssph Walters, Mr. and
Mm James Fort. Mr. and Mm
Jams* Cassell, and Mr. sad Mm
Aha Mimes Vivian Sort Ids
Janes. Mabel Wright and Elea
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31. at 8:00 p.m. In the Chavis
Park Recreation Center. R Mayne
Albright, candidate for Congress.
House of Representative* will be
The public la Invited.
ANNUAL SPRING MUSICAL
An appreciative audience of lis
tener* enjoyed the Annual Spring
Musical presented by the Shaw
University Chorale Society on
Sunday. March 17. In Oreenleaf
Auditorium. A wide selection of
choral music, ranging In style
from the Nathaniel Dett arrange
ment of "Ml Never Turn Back”
to Moearts “Sanctu* and oean
na," was presented by the out
standing choral group under the
direction of Harpy OU-Smytha.
Additional Interest and variety
was manifested by the Inclusion
of several solo and three selec
tion* sung by the recently organ
ized Bhow Folk Enaamble. direct
ed by Clyde Appleton. The pro
gram reached Its climax In the
final number "A Mualoal Trust"
by Clokey. featuring William Ma
lone and Robert White of Raleigh
The concert was a fitting dims*
to a very active year for the cho
rale Society which presented con
certs throughout North Caroline
aa well as In Virginia and Mary
MRS. JESSIE BURNS SNOWDEN
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erly Miss Jessie M. Bum*', of Ra
leigh. now residing In Waahlng-
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RALEIGH. N. C.
Come to Church
"Our Father in Heaven, cleanse
our heart* of all impurity. Help us
to reflect Thy love to other* —to
those In our home*, our school*. In
our place* of business, and in our
church*. Help u* to reflect They
light that others may glorify Thee.
Keep us from a false sense of pride.
Father, may we learn that our
strength come* from Thee and that
our live* are meaningless unless
we submit them to The* and dedi
cate ourselves In Thy purpose in
the Master’s name, we pray.”
UNION BAPTIST Church
School began at 10 o'clock with the
nipt, Mr. Walter Price. In charge.
Morning worship began at 11:30
with the senior choir in charge of
music, under the direction of Mr*.
Nettle Harrlngto o;ngrtants.
Nettle Harrington; organist, Mr.
Willie Henderson. Morning lesson
read by he Ilev. Mr. Kern, fol
lowed by prayer. A great sermon
was delivered by the guest minis
ter, the Rev. Mr. McKoy. from the
Book ot 0L Luke. Everyone enjoy
ed it very much.
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST—Sunday School
opened at 10 a.m. with the supt.. Mr.
Mack Arthur, in charge: Morning
worship began at 11:30 with the
congregation singing. A wonderful
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor, the Rev. Lester Rivers.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Church School opened at 9:30 a.m.
with the supt.. Miss Nanle Morgan,
In charge. Morning worship began
at II o'clock with the regular choii
In charge of the music, under the
direction of Mrs. M. M. Kelly. The
pastor, the Rev. O. W. Burwick,
brought a wonderful sermon.
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday School began at 9:30 with
(he supt., Mr. Phillip Alston, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 o'clock with the senior choir in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mias Jacqueline Mitchell.
The pastor, the Rev. J. H. Bryant,
brought the morning message to
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Church School opened
at 9:30 a.m. with the supt.. Mr. D.
; R. Ford. In charge. It was Women's
Day and a large number was pre
sent to hear the beautiful sermon
that was delivered by Mrs. Percy
From the Book of St. Luke. 8:4.
Her eubject was, “Be Filled with
the Holy Ghost". The senior choir
was incharge of music, under the
direction of Miss Myrtle Rhodes.
Evrning worship began at 7:30.
The Bishop Maude Pope brought
a great measage. Elder Llghtsey la
SAINT ANNAH FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Sunday School opened
at 10 o'clock with the supt.. Mr. W. H.
Lyons, In charge. Morning worship
began at 11 30 with the senior choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Doca
Smith; organist. Mr. Charles Prince,
in charge of music. From the Book
of Ecclesiastes. 13:13. the pastor, the
Rev. L. T Ford, brought a very
inspiring message. His subject was
O BERLIN BAPTIST Church
School opened at 9:30 a. m. with the
supt, Mr. Walter Curtis, In charge.
Morning worship began at 11
oclock with the junior choir In
charge of music, under the dlrec
t.en of Mias Frandne Blount. The
pastor, the Rev J. P. Dempsey. de
livered a wonderful sermon.
TUPPF.R MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Sunday School opened at 9:30 a
m. with the supt.. Mrs. Dorothy
Allen, in charge. Morning worship
began *t 11 o’clock with the senior
chair in charge of music, under th»
direction of Miss Valjean Myer
The pastor, tha Rev. D. N. Howar
Sr., delivered a very good aerrr n
which everyone present enjoyed.
ST MATTHEW - AME—Church
School opend at 9.30 a.m. with the
nipt, Mr. Rebert Lasane. in charge.
ton. D. C.. spent the past weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Burns of 739 8. Blount
Street Raleigh. Mrs, Snowden,
for five years, has been employed
as Instructor on the English De
partment of the Walter Johnson
High Sdhool, which has an all
white student body, in Mont
gomery County. Maryland.
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BY MRS. MAY L. BROADIE
Morning worship began at 11
o’clock with the Gospel Chair in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Marie Riddick; organ
ist, Mrs. Rosa Walton. Morning les
son was read by the pastor, the
Rev. J. F. Epps, from the Book of
St. Matthew, 41:22. Morning pray
er was offered by Mr. W. A. Wilder.
A very wonderful sermon was de
livered by the pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST—Sunday School
opened at 9:30 a.m. wih the supt.,
Mr. W. H. Taylor, in charge. Morn
ing worship began at 11 o’clock
with the Young People’s Choir in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mr. David Dolby; organist.
Miss Joyce Cooke. The call to wor
ship was given by the pastor, the
Rev C. W. Ward, who delivered
the morning message to the congre
gation. His subject was, “The Last
Word ”. Responsive reading was led
by the Rev. J. A. Lester, and morn
ing scripture was read by the Rev.
Clifford Chambliss. Deacon Delma
Hall offered prayer.
BTU began at 7.30 with the guest
minister, the Rev. Clifford Cham
bliss from the School of Religion.
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Church School opened
at 10:00 with the supt.. Mr. Elbert
Sanders, in charge. At 11 am. R4v.
Ray. pastor, made the call to wor
ship with the senior choir in charge
of music, under the direction of
Mrs. Patti Shaw and Mrs. Holder.
Rev. Ray brought a wonderful mea
sage from the Book of St. Matthew.
12:48. His subject was, "The Danger
Os an Empty Soul."
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS--
Sunday School opened at 10 o'clock
with the supt.. Mr. Arthur Williams,
in charge. The morning worship
followed witih the pastor, the Rev.
Ell Ratcliff, conducting the ser
vice*. The speaker for the day was
the Rev. Patrick Burt, of Apex. He
spoke from the subject, "A Beginn
ing” His sermon was enjoyable.
Music was given by the senior choir
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
There were many "firsts” when
the Junior Woman'* Club met
recently et the home of Mrs Doro
thy Feimgter of 120# South Blood
worth Street. It was our "first”
meeting of the month and the
"first" time to meet in Mr* Feim*
star's home. Mrs. Rosa Tucker at
tended her ' first" meeting as a new
member and received a gift for
being the "first" io arrive at the
meeting. Mrs. Gladys Cassell re
ceived a gift because she ai rived
Our social meeting for April
waa canceled but Mrs. Felmater
graciously allowed us to have
a combined business and social
meeting. Mrs. Mary B. Graham,
▼ice-president, presided over
the business eeeslon. Flans
were nude for the Slate Fede
ration to be held in Asheville
next month. Other plane were
dleeuaeed concerning the Mary
And. thanks were given to the
Woman's Club for their recent con
tribution to the home". After that
the hostess was in charge Club
members had been told that she
waa a good club worker and a
good cook and those who know her
will agree that she is a good club
worker but those who attended the
meeting wish to take exception
and agree that she is an excellent
FLANS JUNE WEDDING—Mrs.
Naomi Oats Clark. Raleigh, an
ginia Oata, above to Mr. George
William Watean. sea of the Rev.
Boole Watson and Mrs. Claudia
Bratcher of Bartow. Florida. A
Juste IS wedding k planned. Miss
Oata la a graduate of North Car
olina Callage at Durham, and a
member of the Freedman High
School faculty. Lenoir. She h al
to a member as Alpha Kappa Al
pha Sorortty. Watson, a Florida
ABM University graduate, la an
Instructor at the Gibbons Street
Elementary School faculty in
under tha direction ot lfr*. An*
Wilson and arcom pained bp lb*
"No More Riven To Crass", was tho
theme of the Rev. George Williams,
the pastor’s morning message to the
congregation, on Sunday morning.
The service was well-attended.
On Sunday evening at 8:30 the
Rev. H. Smith, of Bermuda, brought
a most interesting and helpful mes
sage on, "The importance e t Press
ing". The Rev. W. R. Moorehend Is
NCC SETS RECORD Os AAU
North Carolina College at Dur
ham maintained Its championship
at the Carolines AAU track and
field compeition Saturday ha Ral
eigh earning a teem total of 40
points to the 38 ot the University of
North Carolina which was gaed far
NCC act five new reoerda and
won seven first place swfrda.
Norman Tate eat new records
in the breed Jump with 35 ft
4} in. and the triple jnasp wtth
94 ft 114 in. The old record of
25 ft 1 bt fas the breed jnmp
was set In 19M by Oidfrsy
Moore, and tee triple Jump re
cord was also set teat year wtth
a distance of 44 ft aim fey Joe
Edwin Robarte set a new record
in the 210-yard dish wtth 30. L a
time which cut ope-tenth ot a sec
ond from the previous clocking, and
earned first-place honors in the
100-yard dash with 9A.
Breaking his own record mod*
last year at 333 in the 440-burdles,
Andrew McCray was timed this
year at 52j0. The NCC relay team
also broke its own record in the
mile relay with a mark of 1:10.7,
erasing the 3:13.1 from loot mason
Team scoring: 1. North Carolina
College, 40. 3. University ot North
Carolina. 38. 3. Duke University 4.
(tie) Ft Bragg and North Chrolhm
Track Clul\ IS.
cook. Her tables wore looded wKh
all kinds of "goodies” upon which
to dine. And dine they didl
Misses Vivian Burt and Ida R.
Jones; Meedamea Gladys Cue
sell, Chrystlne Cooper. Mary B.
Graham. Phyllis Haywood, tamo
Peebles. Rom C. Tuckar and
The next meeting will bo Turn
day. May 26, at the homo of Mrs.
Mary B. Graham. 1006 Alston St
We especially look forward to hav
ing Mesdamee Beatrice Hall and
Grace Harris back with ua after
their bouts with Illness.
The regular meeting of Idlo-A-
While Club was hold last weak at
the home of Mrs. Margaret Bald
win. There was a brief business
session attar which wa ware served
a delicious repeat bp our hostess.
We aim had a wonderful time
playing ptnchnlo. High prim, Mrs.
Lioum Nunn. Lew prise, Ltouss
biihday totheMum /
Walker. Mrs. Nunn refsfved a
lovely blrhday gift Mrs.'? Phyllis
Haywood received lucky dumber
WOMEN'S COUNCIL RIB MSKT
The Raleigh Women Voter’*
Council will held Its monthly moot
ing, Saturday, May B, at 6:00, at
the East Raleigh Branch YMCA.
210 1- Davie Street
a iigmmnlß will be lamed ter
precinct duties tar the Kay 20th
THE BOOK GUILD W SESSION
The Book Oulld held tta final
meeting ai the year at the beau
tiful new home of Mrs. file Willi
ams, with Mrs. Irena L. Manama,
president presiding. A beautiful
Louise Latimer, Mrs. Willie Cl
devotional parted was lad by Mrs.
High, who waa unable bo be pro
sent. sent to the meeting a scho
larly paper—The Book Review: ar>
analysis by Questions. Mia. Louise
Latimer, program ohatman. read
Mrs. High's paper.
Mrs. Maagrem called far an
evaluation of the year?* activi
ties. Agate, the warm stems
pkere in the meeting conduct
ed by Mbs- Manama. oar
charming and my able presi
dent. and the pleasant asao
mpomdMe fer*tbe > maot enjoy.*
able and ion at ding part year.
Some of our oaort enjoyable and
rewarding enperteneee include va
rious Intellectual and cultural
gnxg> disc umtnns, reports and
book reviews by chdb mntai and
guest reviewers; i muuwhwtng our
"adopted family" during our
Christina* party: prmnting. dur
ing National Book Week, to the
Shaw University Library, the book
entitled “Profiles Rt Courage", the
Memorial Edition, by John F.
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WILL WED IN JOHNSON SATURDAY—Mrs. Mattie
Siler Goodson of Clayton, announces the engagement ot her
daughter, Rosalind Hot tense, above, to Captain Harold Euclid
Col Una, eon ot Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Collins ol Smithfield. The wed
ding will take place on Sat., May 23, at the First Baptist Church,
Fourth Street, Smithfield. Miss Goodson is a graduate ot Bermitt
College, Greensboro, and Captain Collins is a graduate ot Hamp
ton Institute, Hampton, Virginia, and Michigan State University,
Study Skills Cantor. Book Reet
Mm Williams, the hostess serv
ed a delicious repast.
Outgoing officers are: Mrs
Irene L. Mangrum, president; Mrs.
Lula Robinson, secretary; Miss
Alberta Hunt, treasurer; Mrs.
Louiae Latimer, program chair
man and Mia* Beatrice R. Martin,
New officers are: Miss Carrie L.
Harrison, president; Miss Beatrice
R. Martin, secretary; Mrs. Ella
Williams, treasurer; Mrs. Maude
Smith, program chairman and
Mm WUUe C. High, reporter.
Members are: Mesdames Irene
L Mangrum. Emma P. Boyer. Lu-
Kentucky Straight Bourbon
6 Years Old
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My Lady's Doingt
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In And Oat Os Tarn
la Robinson, Louise Latimer,
Maude Smith, Ella William*, Wil
lie C. High and Misses Carrie L.
Harrison, Alberta Hunt and Bea
trice R. Martin.
FIRST GRADERS PRESENT
The girls and boys of Room 5,
Grade one, presented their assemb
ly program, Wednesday, May 13,
1964. The program was supervised
by their teacher, Miss Juanita Wal-
Three "Mother Goo#*" rhymes
wire dramatized fey the children;
"Baa. Bag. Black Sheep”. “Little B 6
Peep", and “Little Boy Blue”. The
program also included barnyard
songs and a barnyird dance.
All the pupils of the class took
part in the program.
Many parents attended the as
sembly program. They ware: Gloria
Hubert Barbara Hill, Mrs. Ruth
Terrell, Mrs. Betty Hannible, Mrs.
Mattie Perry, Mrs. Lizzie Brown,
Rosa Sedillo. Mrs. J. D. Drayton,
Mrs. J. D. Smith, Gwendolyn Leake,
Mrs. Lqcy Thomas, Sadie Judd,
Mrs. Lillie M. Johnson, Mrs. Jean
Wimbish. Ruby Glegg. Mrs. Lucille
Boney, Mr. Archie Boney. Mrs. Ora
L. Mial, Mrs. Rosa B. Hunt Eliza
beth Judd, Mrs. Nancy Williams
and Mrs. Alice Hill.
BABY BY PROXY
TOKYO (ANpi—lt isn't bftfn
that one heard of this but the local
English-language Malnlchl Daily
hews published a report herd of a
Japanese girl who sold hdrself to a
wealthy married couple to bear a
child tor $3,800. The girl. Seeking
money t* pay her way through col
legt, agreed to become a mother
through artificial insemination,
since the man's wife could not hive
a child, but now, nearing the dnd
of pregnancy, she feels she hds
been robbed —"robbed by the ridh.
robbed ot my baby”.
an end the church
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