Raleigh, n. c.. Saturday, jult ♦. im
MBi. NAOMI HUNT** BETUBNfc
Mr* Naomi Hunter of E. Menton
st, he* returned from New York
City aftd Brooklyn, N. Y.. where
sh* viiited her daughter. Mr*,
thaw and family. Whlrt there. *h«
attended the World * Fair and alto
visited her lirter. Mr*. Hattie High
in Plainfield, N. J.
PASSES THBOUOH RALEIGH
Mr*. Madeiene V. Hannar of
Savannah. Ga.. paaaed through n*.
lfigh enroute from Winslon-Salatn,
where »he attended the P. T. A.
Convention. Mr*. Hannar wa* for
merly the supervisor of the Ra
leigh Public Sachool* before the
Washington High School wa* built
Metdame* Margaret Chavl*. Dori* |
William*. Mildred Mullen and chtl
dren. Gloria, Gwendolyn, Sharon,
James William* and Viola Chavl*
motored to Lilllngton on June 25.
MM. SPAUGH ATTENDS
Mr*. Leolla Bpaugh. Inatructoi
In Home Economic*. Bh*w Unl
vergity. attended the Annual
Meeting of the American Home
Economic Aaaoctatlon. which waa
held tn Detroit. Michigan. June
13-36. Mra. Bpaugh attended a* a
delegate of the North Carolina
Home Economic* Association.
THE DUNBAR SOCIAL CLUB
The Dunbar Social Chib will
epoaeor a big prr-hoUdav
dance Friday night. July 3rd.
at the YWCA Estonalon. On the
sorter of South Blunt and Ca
barrus Street*. Featured at the
dance will be Irving Fuller
and the CorwtUi. Conn and
enjoy an evening of fun. Mr-
Don Terry Hough la president.
Ml Mr. James N. Perry Is sec
retary and reporter.
Mr. CUfton Douglas. who former
ly Jlvpd at lit Cannlstar Street, Ra
leigh. wag recently promoted to
Technical Borgaunt tn the U. S.
Army. He Is now stationed in Oki
nawa. Douglas I* the son of Mra.
AliCd Jenkins, who now resides tn
BIRR. EVA WELDON** BItTER
Mra. Alice Jenkins of 704 Sevier
Street Greensboro, has bodn visit
ing her ehter. Mra Eva Weldon, of
Sl7 Ottoman Street She returned
to Mr Greensboro residence last
Thi tottery Height* Neighbor*
hoM: Chib celebrated iu fifteenth
•nntr«rMi7 with a banquet bald
Monday night June 22, at Roberta
Quanta Included: Diane Jones.
Sylvia Jens*. Jacqueline Jones. Mrs.
MabaL Even*. Delay Purcell. Mi
chael Johns. Marshall Johns. John
ftay r -'Daneld Ray. Diane Adams.
Beverly Braxton. Bobby Purcell,
add Regina Mattlson.
Members present were: Mrs. Mat
tie JOnes. president: Mrs. Ruth Pur
cell. secretary: Mrs. Martha Mit
chell, treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Robertson. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Mattlson. Mrs. Mary Woot
en. Mrs. Armtnta Holloway. Mrs.
Valentine Johns, and Mis. Minnie
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f/OS HILLSBORO STREET. RALEIGH. NOKTH CAROLINA -> TEL. T» i-»071
Mr. Malcolm Wynn |* In the city j
visiting his mother. Mrs J. W
Wynn, of 709 S. Btate St., end ether
relative* end friends Mr. Wynn is!
now living in Gary. Ind.
Ml** Christy Louise Wildon cele
brated her 11th birthday on Satur
day. June 27. with ■ party. She re
ceived many wondtrful and useful
RETURNS TO CITY
Mrs. Julia Mlals has returned to
the city after spending sometime
In Washington, D. C. with her
William and Michael Williams are
In Long Island, N. Y , visiting their
mother. Mrs. Edna E. Goison.
PARTIES FETE BRIDE-ELECT
Miss Janet Lane Peebles was
honored at a bridal ihowe* Sundsy.
June 7th. from six to eight P. M. at
[ the home of Mrs. H. L. Pulley of
i 112* South State Street. Miss
i Peeble married Robert Leon Gam
! blc on June 13.
1 The spacious back lawn of Mr*.
1 Joseph H. Walters. 70S Calloway
Drive was the setting for a miscel
laneous shower on June 11, from
9 to 7 P. M. for bride-elect Janet
Miss Mercedes Winters, of South
Pettigrew Street, honored Miss
Peebles and some of her bridal
party on June 11 from 7:30 to 9:30
P. M. The home was beautifully
decorated with filing floweif The
lionoieo was presented a coisage *-
long with many beautiful and use
ful gifts. Among the 29 guests waa
the mother of the bride-to-be.
The homo of Mrs. Dorothy Hous
en. 11l Lincoln Court, was the.seen*
of a luncheon June 12, at 11 A. M.
for bride-tlect Janet Peebles and
fiance Robart Gamble. Mias Peeblei
waa preaented a corsage of white
flowers. Tha table was centered
with an arrangement of mixed
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holden of
BSrt Street, entertained at a cham
pagna breakfast June 13. st 9 A. M.
honering Mis* Peebles snd her
bridal party. The bride’s table was
• centered with a miniature bridal
dell draaeed in white, an a silver
■ tray surrounded by white flowers.
I The other tabtas were centered with
; dolls in pink dresses.
The Idle-A-Whlle Social Club
held Its (Inal meeting (or the sum
mer at the home of its president
Mrs. Hazel Williams, after which
there was a Dutch Party for the
husbands on the lawn.
Everyone had a delightful eve
ning. enjoying a delicious repast
and socialising. The club will ad
journ until fall.
JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS
The Junior Women's Club mem
bers enjoyed an evening of fun.
food and guests on the spacious
lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall
on Tuesday. June 33. It was the
■'last affair" until September when
both regular business and aocial
meetings will be resumed.
Those attending and enjoying
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walters,
Mrs. Ann H. Miller, Mrs. Clinton
Ligon, Sgt. and Mrs. Charlag Me-
Cullers. Mr. and Mrs. James N.
Cooper, Mrs. Cornelia Haywood.
Mrs. Josephine Robinson. Mr*.
Dorothy Felmster, Mr and Mrs.
Robert Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Also. Mr. Leroy Brewer. Mies
Ids E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. William
McKinney. Mrs. Catherine P. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hasty. Mrs.
Mery B. Graham. Mr and Mre. C. A.
Haywood. Jr., and Mr. and Mre.
Everyone enjoyed the get-to
gether and especially the wide va
riety of delicious food.
Mr. and Mrs. Hell were the per
fect boat and hoateee and club
members can expect another grand
affair when Mrs. Hall will play
hostess to the regular social meet
ing in September.
THE EMERGENCY CLUB OF BT.
PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH
The Emergency Club of St Peul
A . M E. Church spent a very enjoy
able evening June Jt. at Chevie
Perk, at a picnic. The food baskets
were overflowing with plenty good
"We thank Thee, our Father,
for Thy ton Christ, the foun
tain of the wate. of lif<- which
brings peace, redemption and a
transformed society. Help iis
to repent of our sin* and call
upon Him to cleanse us for
the life that now Is and pre
pare us for the life that is to
come. In His name we Fray.”
UNION BAPTIST Cnurch
School began at 10 p.m. with the
observance of Youth Day. Brother
Smith, assisted as general supt.
Morning worship began at 11:30
with the Youth Choir in charge
of music. A beautiful picture of
Youth was painted in words from
the guest minister, the Rev. Syl
vester Mlals, pastor of the White
Oak Baptist Ch rch. of Middle
sex. who brought the me; use
from the Book of St. Mit n< w.
19:13. Hl.s subject war, “Am I A
Child of the Kingdom?' 1 Evtrv
one enjoyed It very much Tne
Rev. L. T. Ford is pastor
LILLY OF THE VALLEY FRI
WILL BAPTIST -Sunday Sc! •!
opened at 10 with the supt, M
Mack Arthur In charge Moi
worship began at 11 30 with 1
congregation singing A very en
couraging sermon was deir -1
by the Rev. Walter Sajjd ’ .■>
Everyone present enjoyed ;t The
Rev. Lester Riven. Is pastor.
SAINT MATTJTFW t M !.'
Ciiuich School o.xuucl at 0.30 a.in.;
with the supt... Mr. Robert Lasau* .
in charge. Morning worship began
at 11 o'clock wlt.i the observance
of Women's Day Mrs Doris .1.1
Jonee presided. The Woman's Day i
chorus was In charge of music, j
under the direction of Mrs. Minn !
Riddick; organist. Mrs. Rosemary j
B. Walton Morning lesson was re
viewed by Mra. Brundhllda Lof
ton. Morning prayer was led by i
Florence Sanders. Announcements!
were made by Mrs. Rena Carmich
ael. Acknowledgement of visitors
wag made by Mrs Laura Mlliken.
Presentation of speaker was made
by Mr*. Margaret Bradley. A great
mesaagr was delivered by Mrs
Elizabeth Wallaoo Dupree, a pub
lic school teacher. Thomasvtlle,
Oeorgta Offering was taken by
Mrs Ills Collins. Mrs Namonla
Brooks. Mrs Li'llr.n Brooks, Mr.
Juanita Greens, and Mrs. Daisy
Evening worship services wrre
presided over by Mra. Margaret
Holt. Evening le. son'was by Mrs.
Alberta Hicks, prayer was led by
Mrs. Maggie Blalock. A very in
spiring address was delivered by
Mrs. Janies A. Boyer, executive
secretary of the YWCA.
Remarks were made bv Mrs
Bcasle H. Chavis and the pastor,
the Rev. J F. Epps.
FIRST CONGREGATION AL
CHRIBTIAN Sunday School
opened at 9:30 a.m. with the supt...
Mr. Sherman Lewis, In charge,
Morning worship began at 11
o'clock with the pastor, the Rev.
H. Cunningham, In charge of the.
service. The senior choir was in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mr. Earnest Messenberg
The pastor delivered the message
for the day. He choae as his topic.
SAINT ANNAH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Church School opened at
10 o'clock with the supt.. Mr. W
H. Lyons. Sr. In charge. Morning
worship Is held every first and
third Sundays. The Rev L, T. Ford
OBERLIN BAPTIST Bun da v
food! prepared by the members
After everyone expressed hew
much they enjoyed the hospitality
of the club, we adjourned for the
months of July and August.
Member* and guest* present
were: Mra Hattie M Edmondson.
W. R Edmondson. Miss Jeannette
Kirks. Mis* W A Mclver. Rev L
S. Penn. Sr, Leon Penn. Jr., Joseph
Penn, Mlsse* Ru'h Penn, Carolyn
.Snow. Mra Blanche A Rivers. Mrs
Lucy Hewe*. Mr. Charles Hawes.
Mrs Rosa Worth. Charles Worth.
Edwin Worth. Mrs Phyllis P Hay
wood. Mr. Charle* A. Haywood. Jr .
Mra. Mary B. Graham. Miss Bar
bara Barnes. Mrs. Effie Young.
Mias Almena E. Nunn. Miss Harn
ett Nunn. Mrs. Louise Nunn. Mr-
Hard William*, and Mt*a Aretha
Come to Church
BY MRS MAY L BROADIE
School opened at flj2o am. with
the supt . Mr Wa]\»r Curtis, in
- *; orshjp began at
11 o'clock With, the junior choir tn
ch.-i-c ol runic, under the di
rection of M s Mary G Pulley;
organ.st, Mr. Gaston Pulley. A
v( ry ensou: .; ir.: . ermon was de
livered by the D<~.tor, the Rev. J.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST |
—Church School opened at 9:30 ;
a m with the oupt.. Miss Nanie j
Morgan, in the gc Morning wor-i
ship began t* 11 o'clock with the;
M i s Chorus in charge of music,
under the direction o. Mrs. M. M.
Kelly. A bt.juf.ifi . scomen was de
livered by the pastor, the Rev. O.
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday School op ir d at D:3O with
the supt., Mr. Phillip Alston. In
charge. Morn.ng worship began at
11:00 u i h the. Junior choir in
charge of music, under the di
rection of Mrs Jacqueline Mitch
ell. A wonderful sermon was de
! hvt-red bv the Rev Irvin Davis of •
Garner. The Rev J H Bryant Is
YOUNG'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME--Church School opened
i at 9:30 am, with the supt., Mrs.
[Delia R. Ford in charge. Morning
! worrh p ::i a* 11 o'clock with
‘ thvi , . ■ in c! .rOf mil
: sic. und t'.. dinction of Miss
Myrtle Rhodes A beautiful ser
mon was d-'llveTil by the pastor,
-Elder L:ch . v, irom the Book of
I King, 1. His subject was, "The
I Lord Waters His Gardens'.
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday
School opened at 9:30 am. with
the supt. Mr W H Taylor. Sr, In
charge. Morning worship began at
111 o'clock with the combined
j choirs in charge of music, under
the direction of Mrs. M T. Jones:
organist, Mrs E M Kelly; soloist
were Mr W. H Taylor. Sr . Mrs.
Annie H Jones, and Mr. Robert
Fryson The morning lesson was
read by the Rev W. M. Minter.
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MRS ROBERT LEON GAMBLE
... wed in Catholic rttes here
Catholic Ceremony Unites
Mr. Gamble, Miss Peebles
The marriage of Mis? Janet Lane
Peebles and Mr. Robert Leon Gam
ble was solemnired on Saturday.
J-une IS, at Saint Monica ? Ccathoiic
Church on N. Tar boro Road
The bride, given m marriage by
father, Mr Victor Peebles, wore
a gown of hard-run aiencon lace,
made with a princess bodice and
long fitted sleeves that pointed over
the hands The Jewel neckline as
well as the bell-shaped skirt were
elaborately beaded in seed pearls
The wide court train fell from a
fitted nimmerbun of silk peau-de*
•oie. Her three-uered veil fell from
from the Book of Exodus, 1:14.
Rev. Minter also led the morning
prayer. A groat sermon was deliv
ered by the Rev. E P Quarterman,
pastor of Second Baptist Church,
Savannah, Georgia Many good
and happy woicls of encourage
ment were spoken by Rev. Quar
terntan The Rev. C. W. Ward is
pastor. He, members, friends, and
his family celebrated his sth an
niversary as pastor of First Bap
SMITH TEMi LE BAPTIST—
Church School opened at 10:00
with the supt, Mr. Elbert Sanders,
In charge. At 11:00 Rev. Ray made
the call to worshlf. with the junior
choir in charge ol the music, un
der the direction o Mesdames
Mintz and Holder.
Scripture lesson was taken from
the Book of St. Luke. 5:1-8. Morn
ing prayer wav led by Deacon Can
ady. Rev. Ray brought a wonder
ful message from the Book of St
Luke, 5:2. Hhi subject was. ‘‘Pull
ing Out From The Land.”
At 5:00 p.m, Vacation Bible
School closed At 6 p.m. the YPC
League met wtth the president.
Mrs. A. Osborne In charge. The
YPC League Convention will be
held at Bethlehem Church. Wade.
RUSH METROPOLITAN AME
ZlON—Sunday School began at
9-45 e m with the Siipl Mr. Les
ii' Campbell, in charge. Fallowing
this, the primary departments of
the church served the Church
Kool-Aid and cookies.
The 11 o'clock worship services
were conducted by the pastor, the
Rev. T. H. Harris It was “Child
ren's Day" and the pastor chose
his text from the 34th Psalm and
the 11th verse. The theme. “A
Call to Children To Learn Os The
Lord”. This was inded a very
striking message, under the di
rection of Mrs. T H. Harris and
Mrs. Marie Moote presented a
Children's Day program which was
highly enjoyed bv all present. Mrs.
Annie H. Thorpe -s church report
• pill box hat of alencon lace bead- j
«d in pearls. She carried a white
satin prayer book decorated with a
cascade bouquet of Stephanotia.
Bride's Koaes and Fleur D'Amour. 1
centered With a white Hybrid
Orchid and tied with white aylon
net and white satin ribbons. Her
only jewelry was a floating opal, j
gift from the groom.
Maid of honor was Miss Joyce
Cooper. Bridesmaids were Misses
Margaret Dallas. Nettie Ball. Bren
da Curtis, Mercedes Winters. Ann I
Duel! and Dorothy Gamble. Cathy
Peebles was flower girt and Willi* [
Close. Jr. was ring bearer Beat
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NEWLYWEDS Shown above are Mr. and Mre. Sidney
Crudup, who were married Sunday, June 28, at the Zion Springs
Baptist Church, Bunn. The bride is the former Miss Matte Hold
er of Zebu lon and the groom it a native of Bunn.
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE JgKTISB
“When thing* go wrong, as
they sometimes will. When the
road yon are trudging seems all
uphill. When the fond* are lew
and the debt* are high, and yea
want to entile, bat you have to
sigh. When care la pressing you
down a bit. Rest If you must—
but don't quit."
DELEGATE TO ASSOCIATION
Mrs. T. H. Harris, president of the
Inter - denominational Minister*
Wives* Association of Raleigh, was
a delegate to the Inter-denomina
tional Ministers Wives’B Associa
tion, which was held at the First
Baptist Church in Fayetteville, :
June 25th and 26th. Mrs. M. A. Wil
liams, Mrs. V. L. Saunders and Mr*.
Charles W. Ward were also in at
tendance. They reported an enjoy
Mrs. Dezola Johnson and son of
Washington, D. C.. recently visited
her father. Mr. Perry Hinton, of
1015 S. Wilmington Street.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Taylor of
Washington, D. C., recently visited
his siter. Miss Ruth Taylor, of 79)
S. McDowell St
Alice and Alfred Donaldson,
twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Donaldson. 918 S. State Street .cele
brated their 11th birthdays with a
party on Friday. June 26. Many of
ice cream, cake, potato chips, mints
and peanuts Were served. The twins
received many lovely and useful
man was the groom* brother, Al
fonzi Gamble. Ushers were Joe
Gibbs. Ttlamago Grigsby. Louis
Davis, Pete Feller*. Roy Street and
The maid of honor and brides
maids wore dresses of light pink
organza over peau-de-soie. A deep
er pink lace fitted cummer bun end
ed in two panel* in the back. Their
head dress was fashioned a* the
brides in light pink.
The flower girl was a miniature
of the bridesmaids. Her floor length
dress and basket of flowers were
identical to that of the maids.
Mrs. Inez Peebles, mother of the
bride, wore a gown of lime green
imported ehantilly lace over ailk
satin, beaded in crystals, pearls and
sequins with matching hat Her
flower was a whit* hybrid orchid
j with a colored lip.
The groom's mother. Mrs. Amelia
Gamble wore a costume dress of
j pink lace bined in a matching, satin
> trim. Her flower was a white hy-
I brid orchid with a colored lip.
The bride's parents gave the re
■ ception at Chavis Heights Recrea
tion Center following the wedding,
j Parents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Peebles of Raleigh, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Gamble of
. Montgomery. Ala.
Some of the out-of-town guests
wore: Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Grigs
by. Washington. D. C , Mr. and Mrs.
| Guy Warrens Rocky Mount; Mr.
! and Mrs. Daniel Jeffreys, Heaths
i vUle, Va 4 Misses Ethel and Rober
tina Lewis, Hampton. Va.; Mrs.
Amelia Gamble and sons, Mont
gomery. Ala : Mr and Mrs. C. C.
smith. Jr„ Mr. and Mrs Johnny
Holder.. Mrs. Juanita Wilson. Mrs
i Vernal Jovnar. and Mrs. EaSve Da
vis. all of Durham.
My Lady*s Doings
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gifts. The friends also were given
lovely souvenirs. We, too, say
"Happy birthday" to them.
CELEBRATES 18th BIRTHDAY
Miss Anita Banks, daughter of
Mrs. Irma Banks, 538 E. Cabarrus
St, celebrated her 18th birthday on
Monday, June 29. She was among
the recent graduates of Cathedral
High School We wish her many
more happy birthdays.
RETURNS FROM BEACH
Mrs. Julia Nevel* of 6 Brunswick
Terrace has returned to the city af
ter having spent two weeks vaca
tioning at Atlantic Beach, S. C. She
reports having enjoyed a very
Mrs. Alda McCullers of Boundary
Street, entertained the Cub Scout*
of troop No. 193 at her borne last
Saturday. After a brief business
session, they enjoyed a delightful
We thank you for your calls
last week. KEEP IT UP and you
will keep me smiling. Telephone:
their friends were on hand to widi
them happy birthdays.
After the playing of many games,
MR. JAMES P. NORWOOD
Funeral services for Mr. James T
Norwood of 304 N. Heck Street,
who was killed by a ear Sunday,
June 21 were conducted Thursday
at 1 p. m. at the Raleigh Funeral
Burial followed in National Ceme
Survivors are three Aunts, Mra
Pit tie Hunter and Mra Homer
Freeman, both of Raleigh; and Mra
Mary Smith of Henderson.
Mare To Came
METHOD—Mr. and Mra Douglar
Dunston of Method, vill leave an
their vacation on Saturday, July
4th. They will tour the World’s
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RALEIGH. N. C.
Walter E. Davis, son of Mr*. EUs>
Sbetb M. DaviS, 807 Quarry Street
Raleigh, was gTidu km from North
Carolina State College on May &
received 4 Bachelor 6f Science
LEI OMMIE DAVIS
degree in Electrical Engineering
and was commissioned as tod Lieu
tenant in the United States Air
In September, he will enroll in
the Air Force Institute of Technol
ogy, Wright Patterson Air Force
Base, Ohio. Mr. Davis is a 1960 hon
or graduate of Ligon High School
Let Ommie and Sylvester Davis,
of die same family, were graduat
ed from Ligon High School on June
6th. These two young men are an
ticipating entering North Carolina
College at Durham, in the tall to
pursue studies in mathematics and
Ham* (Or the two occasions ware
Mrs. Doris D. Patterson. Mr. and
Mra. John C. Davis. Jr. and family,
Thurman M. Devi*, all at Washing
ton D. C, Mra Hattie D. Mfaha and
daughter of Detroit, Mich, Pled J.
Davis ad Raleigh, and Mrs. Martha
D. Askew of Newport Haws, Va.
Fair. On the way to New York,
they win atop in Pennsylvania and
pick up their sister and heathar-ta
law. Mr. and Mra Rotort Upon.
After their tour, they will vi|it
Mr. and Mrs. Page of Trenton. New
Jersey, and than visit their mother
and mother-in-law, Mra Ernie u.
Moody of Syracuse, N. Y.
feet* aa the asm* te
the tqaara baton. New,
aed sey the earns aspar
a tow these a* yaomaS.
It west bo toes More
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hove passed Re tost.
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