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BEAUTY COLLEGE GRADUATES—CiveIIa Beauty Col
lege’s Commencement exercise was held at the Saint Matthew
AME Church Sunday, May 17, Mrs. Janet Marchena was the
Mrs . Lucy W. Tabron:
Durham Mother Os Nine
A&T’s ‘Mother Os Year’
GREENSBORO— The mother of
nine children, two of them attend
ing A Si T College, was last week
honored as “Mother of the Year"
at the annual observance of Moth
er’ Day at A & T College.
Mr*. Lucy W. Tabron, Dur
ham, an active worker in civic
organization*, was cited with
the honor and received several
courtesies during the obser
vance. She was introduced at
the special worship services at
Moore Grmnasium by Miss
Peggy Martin. Greensboro,
“Mis* A A T,” accepted an or
chid from Mr*. L. C. Dowdy,
wife of the AAT College Presi
dent, given by college students,
and was guest of honor at the
military review by the Joint
Air Force and Army cadet
Corps and at the luncheon given
for nearly 1,000 visiting parents.
Besides two daughters, Betty and
Vandora. now sophomores at A & T,
Mrs. Tabron has a daughter, Shir
ley. attending North Carolina Col
lege, another. Ruby, a graduate of
the same institution, and a son.
Richard, who has been admitted
to A&T for next fall.
One son, Charles, is now in the
Army, and two other sons. Preston
and Randy, are attending Durham
Speaker at the worship ser
vice was Dr. Benjamin E. Mays,
TRIBUTE TO ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AND COACH—
J. E. Lytle, director of athletics at Shaw University and baseball
coach receives a silver tray, given by the Quarterback Club of
Raleigh and presented by Dr. James E. Cheek, president, Shaw
University on Awards Day, May 13.
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noted author, educator, minister
and president of Morehowe
College, Atlanta, Georgia.
Speaking as “A tribute to women,
a tribute to mothers and a tribute,
to Negro mothers”, Dr. Mays told
the audience that the status of wom
en in this country had always
been a paradox.
"Man. throughout history.” he
said, "is supposed to have loved,
adored and had special affection
for his women. Yet, throughout his
tory, what has been done to domi
nate and to keep women down,
man had done."
He said, women, like the Negro,
nave had to fight for freedom, hi
a long, long struggle even to be
counted as a person. He cited
examples of laws which had been
enacted to deny women their basic
DAUGHTER'S MARRIAGE KILLS
UMUAHIA, Nigeria <ANP>
Francos Okoronkwo, 40-year-old
father of four children, received
a letter recently from his daughter,
who is living in England. Opening
(he letter, he was surprised to see
a picture of his daughter, dressed
in a wedding gown and standing be
side some unknown man. The letter
told that his daughter had just
been married. So excited with the
news, Okoronkwo ran around
speaker. Reading from left to right, front row: Alzoria Roberts,
instructor; Lutricia Turner, Sallie McDonald, Betty Jean Jones,
lola Blount Mable Partin, Clara Johnson, Willie Estes, and
Christiania Pitts, president. Second row: Lula Wiggins, Jean
etta Griffis, Daisy Harris, Bethola Massenburg, Lois Glenn,
Dorothy Joyner, Loesie Brown. Third rows Normel McNeil, Mar
garet Barnette, Sandra Byrd, Gloria Bullock, Meralena Saund
ers, Mary Griffis, Willa Lee, Ernestine Hinton. Hedda Blackmon,
Elaine Jones. The mascot is Joyce Mills, front row, center. Not
shown are Annie McLean, Betty Magnum, Barbara Thomas,
Thelma Tomlinson, Edna Thompson, Alice Hood, end Dsloris
•FINALS’ SPEAKER Dr.
Charles H. Wesley, noted histo
rian and president of Central
College, Wilberforce, Ohio, will
deliver the finas address at the
73rd annua commencement ex
ercises for A&T College, lo be
held at Greensboro Coliseum on
Saturday, May 30. at 3:00 p.m.
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rls Carr, having an average of 97
during her four year* In high
school, is the valedictorian of her
graduating class. She is president
of the East End Chapter of the
National Honor Society and the
New Homemakers of America
Club. She also psrtleipste* In a
number of other activities. She
has won a scholarship to Hamp
ton Institute. Hsmpton. Virgi
nia where she plans to major iq
chemistry. Miss Carr Is th#
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Carr of Parmcle.
dra Wallace, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jeremiah of Everetts, has
maintained an average of 95.5
during her fear years at East
End High School. Robertsonvllle.
In 1992, she attended a Summer
Science Institute at Virginia
Union University, Richmond.
Virginia. At the end of this
school year she will have receiv
ed twelve (12) perfect atten
dance Certificates. In Septem
ber Miss Wallace plans to enter
North Carolina College at Dur
ham to major hi English.
showing the picture to relatives,
friends and his employees at the
native liquor bar he operates. He
was so worked up about it, that
during the height of his jubilance,
he collapsed end died an the spot
SOME SORRY OCCASIONS
should be forgotten gnd, like old
songs, should be discarded.
TODDLER, upon seeing a pea
j rock for the first time, shouted.
I “Look! That chicken is in bloom."
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Girl Scout Happenings
BY BRENDA MCCOLLUM
Troop No. 531 went on a Nature
Hike to Garner on Saturday. May
16. Leaving Raleigh at 7:20 A. M.,
we arrived in Gamer at 10:15 A. M.
This was certainly a remarkable
record. We concluded our trip with
a picnic lunih at the lovely home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ogil Byrd and their
Youth Seminar Opens Meet
At Va. Union U. June 29
RlCHMOND—According to Dr.
Wendell C. Somerville. Executive
Secretary of the Lott Carey Bap
tist Foreign Mission Convention,
with Headquarters. 1501 11th
Street, N. W.. Washington. D. C..
the Eleventh Annual Christian
Youth Seminar will bo held on the
campus of Virginia Union Univer
sity, Richmond. Virginia during
the week of June 29-July 5, 1964.
The purpose of the Seminar
according to the Rev. Sommer
vtlle is: “To gtvt youth a
world-wide view of current
problems, to otter a Christian
missionary approach and tech
nique In meeting thsss prob
lems and to create amt awak
en In youth a sense of respon
sibility as Christians."
Twenty-one (21) girls partici
pated in this hike, under the super
vision of their leader Miss Lizzie L.
Hartsfield. A delightful time was
had by all.
We are planning one more event
before the summsr vacation. An
outing at Umstead's State Park. Sat
urday. May 30.
Brenda McCollum is Troop
Three hundred fifty young peo
ple earning from the following
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THE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLOTO Cfll
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states will attend this significant
event: New York. New Jeroey.
Ohio. North Carotna. Pennsyl
vania. Virginia. West Virginia.
Maryland. Delaware and the Dis
trict of Columbia.
Outstanding youth leaders and
numerous foreign counselors and
students will share In this program
which Is designed to assist “Chris
tian youth face current world
Registrations an to be filed with
the Lott Carey Headquarters by
June 1. 1964. Ages an from 13-95
Mrs Barbara Williams Wing*
field. Pittsburg. Pa., coordinator;
Mrs. Dorothy Griffin. Norfolk.
Virginia. Asst, coordinator; and
Dr. Wendell C. Summerville.
Washington. D. C„ director.
DOTS SCOUTS GOING TO
PLINT, Mich. (ANP)—'!s• PPf*
tage Trail Council of Bw
of America gleefully took RPM**
tage of th# offer of a chm WWjJ*
commerce group to allow tty
to use 100 acres of land for w*,.
camping rite. The offer was made
by the Chamber of Coramoget ff.
Hell. Mich, and tha council Jiefff
ly agreed to let the Scouts tP W 1
Hell". But when the OW S««*
objected to being left out er WP
-hot time,- they vw* *
square mile ctf lsmd for emayuna
located six mites north of la*
Devil's bland in Hl-laud wfflv*
turned over to the soootß ter W*W
canoeing tripe through 6ha gdßljT
lake chain which tenHMaMi 6R
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