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ENTERTAINED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Fifty
rite* of Vanessa W. Reid daughter of Mr. and Mr s. John W.
•id, ware on hand Sunday, May 31, 1964 to help her celebrate
er 9th birthday. Pictured above are some of the guests included
RALEIGH BUSINESS COLLEGE
BY CONNIE M. BEST i
H. E. Brown, principal of Ligon I
fr.-Sr. High School, (poke to the I
acuity and student body of the Ra- I
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lelgh Business College on Friday,
Mr. Brown said that there is al
ways a .best that each person can
children of Mrs. Annie Hooker, Mrs. Willie Bethel, Mr. and Mrs.
Quinton Crenshaw. Out-of-town guest was Brenda Joyce Mc-
Coy of Smithfield. Refreshments were served and souvenirs dis
tributed. The “little fry” had an enjoyable afternoon.
do for himself. "It is up to you as
students to make the very best out
of what you have. You must ask
yourselves at all times if you are
doing your very best; if not, you
must take an inventory of your
selves and see what's wrong. When
ever you do something and it's not
good enough, you Should do it a
Our spekaer also reminded us,
that when we approach our various
jobs, to approach them without
fear and trembling. Fear is brought
about when you are not equal to the
task. Once you get the ‘know-how"
there is no fear. "Approach the jobs
with the confidence you should ha
ve because you attended RBC
where you obtained the “know
Mr. Brown ended by saying that
eaah one of us should have a favo
rite Bible verse th»t we say at all
times and when fear appears we
will have faith in that verse.
The faculty and students cordial
ly invite the public to atend its
commencement exercises on Friday,
June 5. at 11:00 o'clock in Green
leaf Auditorium on Shaw Univer
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REV. JOttni F. DEMPSEY
Installation services will be held
Sunday. June 7. 1064 at S:00 p. m.,
at the Oberlin Baptist Church, Ra
leigh. North Carolina for the Rev.
Joseph P. Dempsey.
Reverend Dempsey Is a na
tive of Nashville, North Caro
lina and a graduate of Nash
Central High School. He re
ceived his B. S. degree from
Fayetteville State College aad
the B. D. degree from Shaw
University's Divinity School.
From 1086 to 1081 he served as an
eighth grade teacher and assistant
principal of the C. E. Perry High
Since coming to Raleigh In 1061 he
has served as the director of the
boys summer day camp of the
Bloodworth Street Young Men's
Prior to accepting the pestorage
of the Oberlin Baptist Church, Rev.
Dempsey was pastor of tbs First
Baptist Church, Lillington. assistant
pastor of Whits Rock Beptist
Church, Durham, and has served
ss aslstant to the desn of the Shaw
Beverend Dempsey Is mar
ried te the Manner Mias
Bvelyntyae Humphrey as Box
bare, who Is alee a graduate of
Fayetteville State College and
at preen* is a eandidste far the
Mulsrt degree h Occupational
Information aad Guidance at
N. C. State, University of North
Carolina at Raleigh. They have
two children. Denies Paige 5,
aad Joseph Todd L
Dr. Grady D. Davis pastor of tho
Union Baptist Church. Durham,
will preach the Installation ser
won. He is the former pester of the I
DURHAM—J. J. Henderson, trea
surer of North Carolina Mutual Life
Insurance Company. Durham, re
ceived the National Hampton Alum
ni Association Merit Award during
the 94th Annual Hampton Institute
Commencement Exercises Sunday.
The coveted award was presented
at the annual alumni banquet, held
in Cleveland Hall.
Headman. a native es Bris
tol. Tenn.. Is a graduate es
Hampton Institute and serves
as rfci chairman es Mb trmtoa
beard. He wae named “Hanip
tonlan es the Tear UM" by the
fferth Careline Beflen es tbs
Hampton Alunnt Aaaeriattew.
Henderson is one of the founders
of the Durham Business and Pro-
Chain; is president emeri
tus of the North Carolina Business
Ceague and is Grand Keeper of
Records and Exchequer of Grand
Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fra
ternity. Ha la also vice-chairman
of the Housing Aulhority, City of
He Mb offtoea and Mnbor
ahipa an many beards es dire©-
ton. tnetndtng the Mutual lew
tags A Lena Ameehttan. Bart*
ere Fire and Omatty Inaar
aaee Cempany. John Avery
Boys' Clab. tbe Daisy K Baar.
bereegti Naraery Seheel. saa^
Henderson la vice-chairman of
the senior board of trustees of St
Joseph's AME Church.
He is married to the former Mias
Julia Hicks, and they have a daugh
ter and son.
Man Kills Wife In Fit Os
Jealous Rage; Is Subdued
MILWAUKEE (AVPI-A.ll be
cause of a fit of jealous rage. Y. C.
Armstrong. 26-year-old foundry
worker, pumped seven bullets into
his wife, killing her. and then
sought to shoot four passersby who
attempted to subdue him.
Victim of the rage was Mrs.
Ruby Armstrong. *4, mother of
seven children, who was es
tranged from har husband.
Taken to county hospital, dead
oa arrival, she is reported to
have sustained seven jtt cali
bre bullet wounds la the neck.
On The Home Front
(Items this week from New
Hanover, Martin aad Richmond
SURPLUS COMMODITIES USED
Familes who art receiving sur
plus commodity foods in New Han
over County has been trained in
ways of using the foods in nutri
RETIRES AFTER 27 YEARS
—Willard Jesse Perry has retir
ed after 27 years service as a
Janitor for Carolina Power A
Light Company in Raleigh. A
Raleigh native, he Hi married to
the former Miss Ruby Watson.
They reside at 304 North State
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LIGON HONORS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS The
annual award i day program at Ligon High School was held in the
echooTa auditorium racantly. Afore than three hundred award \
preeentatione and citation* were made during the assembly. A ■
mong the many outstanding features was the passing of the gravel
from student council President William Peacox, right, to Miss
Carol Adame, left, recently elected to head the student body lor
the 1964-65 school year. The entire activity was coordinated by
Mrs. D. B. Clemente, student council sponsor.
Do’s And Don'ts
*ML _ ;j poo’t Be the Center es Attention! .
cheat arms and lege.
After the shooting. Armstrong
ran outside the house, but wes
stopped by four men. He aimed
the gun at one ahd pulled the
trigger three times, but nothing
happened. Turning to enother man,
he pulled the trigger again, and got
off two Riots which missed.
Finally subdued, he was taken
to the hospital for treatment of
cuts and bruise*. Later, he was
charged with first degree murder,
attempted murder, and endanger
ing safety without regard to Ufa.
Mrs. Rebecca Hall, home eco
nomics agents, says a workshop
was held in the county to show ths
homemakers how to use the foods
in tasty dishes and how to make
the most efficient use of the pro
ducts. Following the workshop
they received a copy of the Exten
sion bulletin, "Low Cost Meals."
HOME TOURR MADE
Housing needs of famllie* in
Martin County are being studi
ed. Miss Vivian Morris, home
economics agent, says the
groups are working on getting
running water In the home*.
"That seems te be the greatest
need at this time.” she added.
Recently homemakers in the
county toured several new homes
to study kitchen and bathroom ar
rangements and the coordinated
Around 88 garments and hate
have been constructed by various
club members tn Richmond Coun
ty within the last six weeks.
Mrs. Grace Chsek, home econom
ics agent, says the clothing con
struction workshops have helped
the women learn tewing skills that
will help them provide better cloth
ing family members. This will also
help in stretching the dollars in the
NCC PRSIDENT TO RECEIVE
ALUMNI MERIT AWARD
DURHAM- Dr. Samuel P. Mae
ale. president of North Carolina
College, was notified Saturday.
May 33, by the lowa State Uni
versity Alumni Association that he
has ben selected to receive the
Alumni Merit Award for "out
standing contribution to human
welfare, which transcends purely
professional accomplishments and
brings honor to the University.”
RALEIGH. N. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, UN
A SHAW GRADUATE WITH HONOR Dr. James E.
Cheek, left, president of Shaw University, congratulates Miea
Lena Mae Maffett of Thomasvilla, mathematics major,'who Re
ceived her B.S. degree with honor at Shaw Univerwityg Ninety
ninth Commencement Exercises, Monday, May 25. at Rafefgh
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