RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY. MAT 3ft, IM4
Jl MOB WOMAN’S CLUB
The Mary Talbert Junior Wo
man* Club met last Tuesday even
ing at the home ol Mrs. Mary B.
Graham. 1006 Alston Street Mrs.
Louise Freeman., of 103 Bart
Street, was her guest.
The hostess used a seafood
theme for her decorations and far
the menu. Her table was set for
a buffet meal with the centerpteoe
of fishing net and rods and reels.
The individual card tables had
fish salt and pepper shakers as
Pokeno was played and Mis.
Chrysttne Cooper won first prlae.
Mrs Hattie Butler received low
Pinochle was played also, Mrs.
Phyllis Haywood won high prise
and Mra Victoria Walters got low
Mrs. Louise Freeman got the
guest prise. The hostess thought
that It was "a disgrace to oome
late'' but Mrs. Carolyn Johnson
got a prlae for the "disgrace."
There are aome husbands ot
some members who question the
title of "Junior” and suggest that
"Looking Back” be the them*
song. To those husband*—there
were complaints of aches and
pains but not enough to keep
twelve members away. Hmml won
der what happened to the others?
Members whs did attend
ware Misses Vhian Burt and
Ida E. Jones: Meadame* Hat-
Me Butler. Chyatlne Cooper,
Dorothy Felnwter. Beatrice,
Hall. Grace Harris. Phyllla
Haywood, Carolyn Johnson.
Inca Peebles. Boss Tucker and
There was a brief business ses
sion Over which Mrs. Beatrice Hall,
The neat meeting will be held
Tueedey. June 9. at the Mary Tal
bert Home. 31? Bast Davie Street
All members are expected to at
THE SEDATES CLUB
The Sedates Club met at the
home of Mn. Bee trios Upchurch
on May 3ft. After the business ses
sion, members celebrated the
birthday of Mn. Florlne Moore
and Mrs. Ann Hough. Beth re
ceived lovely gifts.
Members also gave Mn. Doro
thy Perry a baby shower. Quests
present ware Maeeera Millard
Montague, William Lee. Bari
punston. Lawrence Collins and
A delicious repast was served
and everyone reported having had
a wonderful time. The next meet-
Kt will be held at the home of
ra Shirley Willis.
MINISTERS’ WIVES MEET
The Mlniston’ Wives held their
tact meeting of this season on
May 35 at ? p.m. at the home of
Mm. Charles W. Ward, with a
Mesdames T. H. Harris and
John D. Lock ley assisted Mn.
Ward as 00-hosteas. The group
Was entertained lavishly and
treated to a repast ot oaks, oook
lea, nuts and punch, followed by
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the exchanging of gifts.
The group U looking forward to
Its next meeting, which Is sched
uled for October 12 at 7 p.m.
Mn. J. H. Bryant Is reporter
for the Ministers’ Wives.
MADONNA ACRES ORGANIZES
The residents of Madonna Ac
res, Inc., met at the home of Mrs.
David Bpaugh on Thursday even
ing to organise the Madonna Ac
res Oarden Club. They were very
fortunate to have at this organi
sational meeting Mrs. At clue
Henderson, well-known Raleigh
garden dub expert and organizer,
who spoke to them concerning or
ganization and purposes of the
community garden club. Mrs.
Henderson emphasised two im
portant points: conserving what
beauty you already have and con
tinuing beautification projects.
Mra Spa ugh, the initial or
ganiser. was elected president:
Mrs. Elaine Perry, vice-president:
Mrs. Luclle Webb, secretary; and
Mn. Bessie Stroud, treasurer
The members enjoyed re
freshments and an Informal
discussion concerning projects
for beautification and conser
vation. The following mem
bers were present: Mesdames
William*. Stroud. Stoke*.
Spaugh. Latta. Snipes, Pern,
Ball. Tyaon. Coleman. Wsbb.
Brown, and Jeffries.
COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB
The Community Service Club of
Raleigh held Its monthly social get
together Monday evening. May 21. j
at the Tuttle Community Center.
North Tarboro Road
The aocial meeting consisted of
a program, which was enjoyed by
all present, Ths program committee
w»s in charge of the program of
which Mrs Eva Mas Cody Is the
chairman. Everyone took an active
The moat Important part of the
program we* the "Twin Rally,"
which was booked for the evening
Most of the twin* rallied to play
their part In he rally. At the end of
the prgram, the finance committee,
which was Mrs. Trannle Bandars
and Mm. Irene Lewis reported. The
main feature for the evening was
the refreshment*. These conslsed
of coffee, punch, mints, peanuts,
and sandwiches. This was prepared
by the serving committee.
Among those present were: Mrs
Llllta Dunn, Mrs. Lydia Wslkar,
Mrs. Sarah Morgan. Mr*. Bernice
Hall. Mrs. Louise Curtis. Mrs. Lottie
Sanders. Mrs. Fannie Wlmbush,
Mra Eva M. Codls. Mias Mary Als
ton. Mrs. Elmire Green and three
children, Mra. Virginia Martin,
Mra Trannte Sanders. Mm. Maggie
Lowe, Mra Mne Gordon, Mra Mar
tha Rogers, Mrs. Josephlnt Orandy,
Mrs. Viola Murray, Mm. Irena Lew
la Mrs Frances Jones, Mr. Jsml
gsn, Mr. Roman Green. Mr. Will
Walker. Mra Mary Nichols, Wil
liam H. Murray. Mr. John Wlm
bush. and Mlsa Isabel Baldwin.
Officers are: Mrs. Fannie Wlm
bush. president; Miss Mary Alston,
vice-president; Mra Rosabella Fer
ry, secretary: Mra Helen Thomaa
asa. secretary; Mrs. Lillie Dunn,
chaplain; Mrs. Louise Curtla trea
surer, and W. H. Murray, raportar.
THE BUSY BEE CLUB OF
SMITH TEMPLE CHURCH
The Busy Bee Club met at the
home of Mr. and Mm. Currie.
Rochester Height*. There was a
devotion and a short business ses
sion after which wa celebrated the
birthday of Mrs. Jackson. Mra.
McNlel and Mra. Campbell. The
hostess served a delightful repeat.
Members present were Met*
dames Ruth Upchurch, Mary Jack
son. Carrie Johnaon. Lydia Owr
ner. Cornelia Moore. LUUan Cur
rln, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Young and
Mr and Mrs. George Campbell.
LINKS IN MEETING
The Raleigh Chapter of Links
were graciously entertained by
Link Mayms Flagg at her home on
Lincoln Court Saturday night with
Link Julia Delany. president, pre
After ths business was taken cars
of. ths members were served a de
licious buffet style dinner, then
four changes of bridge wes played.
Link E. Hamlin won tint prize.
Link N. Inborden second. Link E.
Constant won the gift with the luc
ky number of 30 on her tally in
memory of Memorial Day. May 30.
Link T. Clark was given a gift tor
beeping the scores.
Members present and playing
bridge were: Links M. Cask. J.
Delany. Gertrude Harris. Gila
lllßil Laiy ‘ D<>,n * ,
X-cIeSTIAL WEDDING PARTICIPANTS—Shown is a scene from a “Celestial Wed
ding,” held recently at the Fayetteville Street Baptist Church, culminating the Spring financial
drive. At right center are the captain and co-captain, Clifton Rogers, and Mrs. Margaret W Rans
dell, respectively. They raised S4OO during the effort. At left is the bridal party, Columbus Mitchi
ner, and his daughter, Miss Ella Mitchiner. On extreme right is Lorenzo Hilliard, who read the
nuptial vows at this gala affair.
ENTERTAINED BY YOUNG HOSTESS—Left to right: Deborah Lane, Vivian Logan, Es
ther M. Delany, Edwin Worth, Valerie L. Maye (hostess), Sarah Sansom, Brenda Peebles and Es
ther A. Boyer. (See story).
■'Dear Father, " e oome to Thee
In prayer, because Thou he* been
so good to us. We thank Thee for
the blessings Thou has bestowed
upon u*. Continue to speak to the
graduate* everywhere as Thou
didst speak to the woman of Sa
nta rial and offer her living water.
May men and women today feel
that Thou are still the same In
compassion and love. Lead them
to aeak and find The who glveet
the water that springs up Into
everlasting life. In Thy name, we
WILLIAMS OROVE BAPTIST—
Church School opened st 9:30 a m
with the supt.. Mr. Phillip Alston.
In Charge. Morning worship began
at 11 o’clock with the Junior choir
tn charge of music, under the di
rection of Mis* Jacqueline Mitch
ell. A very encouraging sermon was
delivered by the pastor, the Rev
J. H. Bryant.
UNION BAPTIST Bunday
School opened at 10 o'clock with
the supt. Mr. Walter Price. In
charge. Morning worship began at
11:30 a.m. with the senior choir
tn charge of music, under the di
rection of Mrs. Nettle Harrington;
organist. Mr. Wtllle Henderson.
The guest minister delivered the
sermon. The Rev. E Mason, is
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST—Church School
opened st 10:00 with the supt.,
Mr. Msck Arthur, in charge
Morning worship began at 11:30
with the congregation singing. It
wa* Missionary Day and the bftau
tlful sermon was delivered by the
Rev. Sister Mary William
TOPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Sunday School opened at 9 30
a.m. with the associate supt. Mr
Clifton Deris. In charge. Morning
worship began at 11 o'clock with
the senior choir tn charge of mu
sic. under the direction of Miss
VeUeen Myers Morning lesson
was by the pastor, the Rev D. N.
Howard. Sr., who brought tire
morning message to the congrega
tion. Hi* subject waa. "The Road
Harria. H Kay. C. Law*. N.
Leek hart. D. Otey, V. Sansom.
M. Taylor. A. Toliver. M.
Wheeler, and C. Winter*.
Come to Church
BY MRS. MAY L BROAOIB
To Success Morning prayer vu
by Mr. Robert Miller,
YOUNO'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Church School open
ed at 9:30 a m. with the supt.. Mrs.
Della R. Ford, In charge. Morning
worahip began at 11 o'clock with
the eenlor choir In charge of mu
sic. under the direction of Miss
Myrtle A. Rhodes Morning lesson
and prayer were by the guest min
ister, the Rev. E. E. Henry, who
also brought the morning sermon
from the Book of Phil. 4 8. His
subject was, "Whatsoever Things
Are Honest, Pure and Lovely.” El
der Llghtsey Is the pastor.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Sunday School opened at 9 30
am. with the supt . Miss Nanie
Morgan. In charge. Morning wor
ship began al 11 o'clock with the
Children's and tire Junior choirs
In charge of music, under the di
rection of Mrs. M. M. Kelley.
Morning worship began atbrought
Morning lesson and prayer were
by the pastor, the Rev. O. W Bur
wick, who brought the morning
message to the congregation
ST. ANNAH FREEWILL BAP
TIST -Church School opened at
10 o'clock with the supt.. Mr. W.
H. Lyons. Sr.. in charge Worship
service is held every first and
8T MATTHEW AME—Sunday
School opened at 9 30 a m with
the supt.. Mr. Robert Lasane, in
charge Morning worahip began at
11 o'clock with the combined
choirs, under the direction of Mr*.
Marie Riddick, and Mr. D R.
Leach: organist. Mrs Rosemary
Walton and Annette Peterson Ul
charge of music. Morning lesson
was read by the pastor, the Re*.
J. F Eppo. who also delivered the
morning message Morning pray
er was blven by Mr. A. O Carmic
School opened at 9:30 a.m. with
the supt Mr Walter Curtis, in
charge Morning worship began at
11:00 with the Tot# Choir In
charge of music, under the di
rection of Mrs Rosa M Curtis and
Mrs. Mary Curtis, organist Mlm
Franc me Blount It was Youth
Day and they gathered in lirge
numbers The speaker was the
Rev Lawrence Blount.who deliver
ed a wonderful youth sermon from
the Bc>ok of St John. 1 31 His
subject was. i Want to Practice."
It was a very sweet sermon
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday
School opened at 9:30 with tb*
supt Mr W. H Taylor. Sr m
charge Morning worahip began at
11 o clock with the Male Chon»
In charge of music, under the di
rection of Mr N. E. Leach, organ
ist, Miss Joyce Cooke Call to wor
ship was by the pastor, the Rev.
C. W. Ward, who aiso led the
morning prayer, and brought the
message to the congregation from
the Book of Timothy Hts subject
was. Dors Godliness Pay'
BTV opened at 6 15 pm with
the leader. Mr. Frank Hinton In
SMITH TEMPLE FREfwwj.
BAPTIST—Sunday School began
at 10:00 with the supt, Mr. El
bert Banden. In charge. At 11:00
Rev. Ray made the call to wor
ship with the Senior choir in
charge of the music, under the
direction of Mesdames Holder and
Williams. Scripture lesson from
Acts 1:4-11. AM. prayer, Deacon
Baker. Rev. Ray brought a won
derful message from Acts 1-10
Subject "Looking For Jesus.”
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS—
Union services were held at the
Truevlne Holiness Church In Me
thod. where our pastor, the Rev.
EU Ratcliff is presiding elder.
Bunday School was at 10 o’clock
and morrung worship followed Im
mediately. Speaker for the morn
ing was Rev. Mrs. Rachael Qriffin.
She spoke from the subject,
“Stormy Weather.” Genesis 6th
chapter. Beveral speakers were on
program In the afternoon with the
Rev. Mrs. Ophelia Alston, vice
president of the Union, conduct
ing the servioe. Dinner was serv
ed on the grounds. Everyone en
joyed a high day.
RUSH METROPOLITAN A. M.
E. ZlON—Church School began at
9:45 a.m. with the supta, Messrs.
Leslie Campbell and Jeeee Degraf
feneidt In charge. The regular 11
o'clook worahip servioe* were con
ducted by the pastor. Rev. T. H.
Harris, who delivered the Bacca
leeurate address to the Raleigh
—3(las Caretyn Calbreth above
Is the daagtiter of Mrs. Irene
Calbreth tMUsebaa wh# an
l’lUted Feres, ssa *f
- Mrs. Ittes Garrta at Flint, Michi
gan. Miss Calbreth h a gradaat*
of Fayetteville State Codec* sad
reeelee* her Merten of Eda
eattaa degree frees North Care
-s*lßs* Sanity at the Mary E.
PhflHp* School. Raleigh. Willi
ams Is a grades te of Geogre
Washington Carver SrhooL
receatty ntarnsd from a tear es
daty to Sea Whore*. England. A I
Jana SI wedding h planned. 1
RECEIVES HAMPTON DEGREE
Edward Eugene Thorpe of
Raleigh waa among the 2M
seniors who received baccala
ureate degrees at Commenee
ment exereiaes at Hampton In
stitute Monday, June 1. at
Ift: SO a-m.
He received the BA degree in
Roy Wilkins, executive secre
tary of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People, was the Commencement
speaker, Dr. Eugene Carson Blake,
stated clerk. United Presbyterian
Church of America, delivered the
Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday,
May 31. at 10:30 a.m.
BIG GOSPEL SONG FESTIVAL
There will be a big Gospel
Bong Festival on Sunday. June
7. at-8: p.m. at the Klttrell
Graded Sehool In KlttreU.
Taking part in the Festival
will be Ed Hall and the Sensa
tional Evening Five Quintet,
the Hannonetts and Ed Holo
way and the Great Gospel Ju
Many persons from the Ra
leigh-Wake County ana an
expected to be on hand.
818 AND BIBS. VIRGIL HICKS
Mr. and Mra. Virgil Hicks Sr., of
Quarry Street had as their guests
over ths week-end, Mr. and Mrs.
Cleon Lee and daughter, Barbara:
Mrs. Raeford Thompson and
daughter, Elaine, and Mrs. Ella
Annothy all of Washington, D.
C. We wish for them a safe re
RETURNS FROM VIRGINIA
Mrs. Rosa Jones of Fayetteville
Street has returned home after
•pending her spring vacation at
Virginia Beach and other points
of Interest in Virginia. She was
acoompalned home by her son,
Mr. Wade Hampton Jones, of Vir
ginia Beach, who left going back
over the weekend.
TENT REVIVAL IN PROGRESS
Evangelists Carl Patrum end
Allen Powell of Tamps. Florida are
now in progress of a Tent Revival,
located at 1815 S. Saunders Street,
each evening at 7:45. Prayer for
the sick In every service. Nick Sias
is ths organist The revival is for
all people of all denominations.
Mr. Charles W. Starrs, Mrs. E R
Starrs. Mrs. H. C. Smith, Mrs.
Ruth S. Wade and Miss Lorells
Jones, all of Richmond, Virginia
and relatives of Miss Chinita Trot
ter, were in the city this past week
end to atend her graduation exer
cises at North Carolina College.
While hers they were ths house
guest of Mr. and Mra James R.
DURHAM—Maynard H. Jack
son. Jr., who was graduated Bun-
MAYNARD JACKSON. JR.
day in the 1904 class of the North
Carolina College School of Law,
has been appointed an attorney In
the Atlanta. Oa. office of the Na
tional Labor Relations Board.
He Is the sen of Dr. Irene
Dobbs Jackson, professor and
chairman of the Deportment
of Romance Languages at NC-
C. and the lat- Kcv Mii.md
Jackson. Sr., former pa-tor of
Atlanta’s Friendship Baptist
Business College of this city. Rev.
Harris chose his text from Bt. Mat
thews gospel the 11th chapter and
the 39th verse Theme: “The Four
; Phases of an Education."
The Excerpt were 1. Definition
of Education. 2. Its beginning with
I the individual. 3. Its ending with
the Individual 4. The reward that
education grant* to an individual.
At 7:30 p.m. fellowship service
waa held at Grace A. M. K. Zion
Church of which the Rev. L. F.
Perry is the pastor. The partici
pating churches were: St. Paul A.
M. E.. St Matthew A. M K. Rush
Metropolitan A. M. E. Zion and
Oraoe A. M. E Zion Music was
furnished by the combined chotra
and the Rev T H Harris deliver
ed the message. Mrs. Annie H.
fborpo is church reporter.
,'v£* : ;AuVa . . . answers question
nbout Junior Miu h * Ik *1
‘ "" n!r
Q. I’m having nig':..;. . ...a
lay date for ths prom v i i g.vc
ms flowers that won’t go with
ay dress. Would it be ell right
for me to have a girl friend
circulate the word about what
kind of flowers 1 want?
A. If you did that, your date
might get the idee that you're
more interested in his flowers
thtn his company. A more grace
ful way to assure a clathless
corsage would be to let him
know whit color you'll be weir
ing. Next time you're talking
about the prom, mention that
you're wearing your blue for
mal, or that you've bought s
new dress and you hope he likes
yellow. He'll probably remem
ber this when he goes to the
florist. But if he doesn't, don't
panic. Just pin the flowers to
your evening bag, and tell him
you don't want to risk crushing
them by wearing them on your
shoulder. Incidentally, this often
is good fashion, because flowers
may detract from the cut of
Q. What can you aay when
someone makes an introduction
without telling you anything
about the person ? Is there some
kind of pattern for making con
A. Granted, it isn’t very help
ful of a hostess to simply an
nounce, "This is Miry Mystery"
and walk away. But you can
BY MRS. A. H. TH6RRE
-A LAST WORD"
"It la not the wall of stone with
out. That makes a building small
or great: But the saul'a light shin
ing round about, and the faith that
overcometh doubt: And the love
that stronger is than hate. "—Long
HOME ON VISIT
Mra. Pauline Thorpe Chapman
and husband, of Washington, D. C,
were In the city for the weekend
visiting their mother and mother
in-law, Mr*. Ida Thorpe of 1603 E.
VISITS MOTHER AND SISTERS
Air. and Mrs. Sherman Gainis of
Los Angeles, California and Mr.
John Lacy Allen, also of California
visited his mother, Mrs. Susie A
dams of S. Haywood St., Mr. Sher
man Gainis is the brother of Mrs.
Susie Adams, Mra Coral ten Mor
gan and Mrs. Minnie Flagg.
IN CITY FOB CHAT
Rev. and Mra. T. J. Young of
Frankllnton, stopped by to chat
with your acribe and to get high
lights from the General Conference
ON SICK LIST
Mrs. Jennie Johnson o< 540 K
A native of Atlanta and the
grandson of the late John Wesley
Dobbs, Jackson received the A3,
degree from Morehouse college.
An honor student, Jackson, 36.
served as chief Justice ot the NOC
Student Court, president of the
Student Bar Association, and as a
member of ths collage choir. In
1963 he won the award for the
Beat Individual Oral Argument,
National Moot Court Competition.
Hte dutlee In the position win
begin Sept 15 and win oonatftt at
Investigating complaints ot labor
contract violations, general litiga
tion, and referealng labor elec
Consult Ue for Reasonable
Phono TE 4-SSSB
SIS E. Martin Street
Raleigh. N. C
r... '.- v-uiirMtioa by taking for
the iiilormauen she heglected
to si\i you. Ask Mtry if sM’s
new in town, where she goes
to school, and if she's thf hos
tess' long lost cousin. Remem
ber, "Twenty Questions" can be
Q. I'm t very pelt blond and
my eyebrows are almost invis
ible, but my mother aaye 15 is
too young to wear makeup.
Without any eyebrow pencil at
all, my forehead looks hart u
A. Your mother probably is
afraid you'll paint on heavy, gro
tesque looking eyebrows. Per
haps if she sees what a natural
look you ein achieve, she'll re
lent—if only for parties. Try a
light brOwn pencil and use
short, feathdry strokes. Above
all, stay on your natural eye
brow Ime. Practice in private
until you have a result Only a
shade darker than your own
blond brows. Then ask your
mother if she’ll approve this
look. Maybe she'll Okay it. But
if not, take the answer graceful
ly and try again after that 14th
(Far answers to questions on
grooming mi bemty, mi an
babysitting, write fee your tseo
in-one guide, "Sitting Beauty."
SeniJS teats to: "Sitting Btm
ty," Best SSI-P, KimbertyOwk
Carp , Ntenab, FPis.)
Cabarrus St, is On the sick list
and is confined to her home. Her
many friends wish for her a speedy
HOME FOB FUNERAL
Mr. Amo* Brawn of Baltimore,
Md„ was in the city last week be
cause of the death and funeral of
his brother, Mr. Alfred Brown, of
431 Watson Street. He has, how
ever. returned to Baltimore.
SUCCESSFUL BABY CONTEST
The Missionary Ladies of Rush
Metropolitan AME Zion Church
sponsored a ‘Baby contest’ on last
Sunday afternoon at 4:10 p. m„
three prizes were given. Baby Ma
nesss Jones won first prize. She it
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Jones. Second prise winner. Baby
Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo
renzo Sander*. Third prise winner,
Warren Johnson, Jr, sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Johnson. The tOtal re
ceived was $334.93. Ada Melvin is
chairman and Mr*. T. H. Harris is
Co-chairman of the Missionary So
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