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the Harnett High School, Dunn. They are just completing a unit
Names Os Contributors Listed As
Plans Being Made To Bri:.g J. W. Ligon High’s
Band Uniform Drive To A Successful Finish
ftaaa are now beinc perfected
to brliw to a successful conclusion
the Ligon High School band uni*
i arm onvo.
The campaign to raise $8,000.00
in the Raleigh Community to pur
chase 100 band uniforms so that
the Ligon band might be outfitted
properly, began last year. The Ini
tial effort was moderately success
ful in that approximately $2,000.00
or one-fourth of the needed SB,OOO
00 was raised. Because of the pre
eure within the local' community
for support of other money raising
tampalgns to meet larger eommu
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the purse of everyone AD distinctions of
dam and wealth are forgotten . . . Every
Kivice is conducted with the same quiet
Signify, sympathetic undentandng and
capable attention to the smallest de
nity needs, the Ligon band uni
form fund campcJgn was tempo
Now that these larger demands
have almost reached their goals,
the directors of the Ligon band
uniform drive have decided It Is
now time to make every poeslble
effort to complete this important
It should be remembered that
acme of the uniforms now being
used by the Ugon band are over
17 years old and that the majority
of these uniforms ore ragged, tom.
patched, faded and badly worn.
staff and student body attended the five-day sessions. Shown are
some of the teachers and 75 students who were present. Randall
Harley, a white man, was director of the Vacation Bible School.
of work on “Life of the Eskimo People ." Some of the activities
are shown in the background.
Uniforms which are too badly
worn and ragged to be worn are
used as patches for other leas
Mr. Joseph Edwards, the effi
cient. capable and progressive di
rector of the Ligon band has high
hopes of being sole to equip his
band with uniforms becoming a
musical aggregation which has
achieved such wide acclaim In this
area. Director Edwards envisions
a neatly attired 100-piece march
ing band which will be second to
none In this section If this money
raising effort is successful
Groups and Individuals who have
already contributed to this worthy
cause Include: Ligon High Band
Dance, 8405.79; Nine and Five
Club. $20.00; the Royalettes, S9O.
00; 4th Ward Floral Club. $5.00;
Kabala Temple No. 77. $25.00:
Trustees. Wldon Son Lodge. SIOO.
00; Links. Inc.. $25.00; Queen of
Hearts Club, $25.00: Friday Even
ing Book Club. $90.00; Washington
School PTA, $62 00; Junior Class
of Ligon. $17.61. O. F. Newell’s
Homeroom. $2.50; Mrs. 8. V. Perry,
Homeroom, $25.00; Mrs. Toole’s
Homeroom. sls 00; Mrs. Ingram’s
Homeroom, $10.00; H. A. Williams
Homeroom. $2.00; G. C. Exum,
$16.00; Mrs. Luke Williams. $1.00;
Olander P. Clark SIO.OO.
Mrs. Rosalie B. Williams. sl6 00;
Mrs. Erti.ll B. Dcvts. *1.00; Mrs.
Ethel L. Clark. $16.00: Miss Mary
L. Smith. $16.00; Mrs. Augusta H.
Gray, $16.00: Mrs Margurita R.
Cooke, $16.00; George C. Jones.
$16.00; Herbert Williams. $16.00:
P. H Williams $16.00: Mrs. Lu
cille Webb. $16.00: George L. Fox
well. $16.00; A. L Johnson. *16.00:
Mrs. Priscilla Cunningham, $16.00;
Mrs. W. M. WUltome. *16.00; C. C.
Lipscomb. $16.00: Miss Carolyn N.
Bryant. $16.00: Rev. Howard Cun
ningham. $25.00; R. E. Stewart.
$16.00: Mrs. Henri Stredwlck. S9O -
00: Dr C. B Middleton. sls 00;
Mias Lillian A. Wright. *16.00;
F. A Stafford. Jr.. sl6 00: Mrs.
Rosalind E. Johnson. $16.00; Mrs.
Doris B. Clements. $16.00; Mrs.
Marilda C. Lee. *l6 00.
Miss Mable C Bullock. sl6 00;
Httoert Poole. *'6.00: D R In
gram. $16.00: Mrs Ida E Wash
ington. *16.00; M. C HID. *l6 00:
Mrs. Delores W Revta sl6 00;
Mrs. Muriel W Allison. $16.00:
Mrs. Mary D. Aldrich. $16.00:
Mrs. Mary D. Davis. $16.00: Mrs
Emma H. Brown. <.516.00: H. E.
Brown. $16.00: Mrs. Minnie W
Blakely. sl6 00: Mrs Esther Mor
tng. *1.00: Sylvrlbe R. CoUd. 116
00: Oeorge I Hvndy $16.00: Mis* j
E. M. Yeargtn. $16.00: Mr and'
Mrs J. C Lrvtneston. 32 00: 1
James A. Wffflam*. *l6 00; Mias
Joyee Davis. $16.00: Miss Doro'hr
S. Lane. $16.00: Mrs EMM
Also Mrs. Dorr*hr Curtis. sl6 00:
John H Baker. sl6 00: Mrs Sto
phsnie M Ro*“.« $16.00; J. A. I
Abron, Jr.. $16.00; P. V. Watson.
$16.00; Johnny E. Burke, $16.00;
Mrs. D. H. Hams, $16.00; Mrs.
Etta D. Toole. $16.00; George F.
Newell, $16.00; Mrs. 8. V. Perry.
*16.00; Dr. C. L. Hunt. *7.50; Dr.
George C. Debnam. $10.00; Dr.
Janies E. Thomas. $10.00; Dr. R.
H. McDowell, 10 00
D. H. Keck, chairman of the
Ligon Band Uniform Drive has
expressed the hope that the many
other fine and Community mind
ed groups and Individuals in the
Raleigh area will follow the splen
did lead established by those who
have already contributed to this
most worthy cause and that they
will unite In putting this drive
over the top.
It Is estimated that a complete
new uniform cost SBO.OO. Churches,
rellgous, fraternal civic and social
organizations along with Individ
uals are urged to contribute the
cost of a uniform. Checks and
contributions may be addressed to.
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MRS KECK GETS NATIONAL RECOGNITION Mrs.
Thelma M. Keck, above, of Raleigh received a unanimous stand
ing ovation following her report in Seattle, Washington, June 27,
as the relinquished her office at National Editor ol "Up The Hitr
magazine. Delegatee from coast to comet rapraaanting 5,000 moth
ers unanimously stood to applaud Mrs. Keek in recognition of her
outstanding contribution to the development and growth ol the
program ol Jack and Jill of America, Inc. tor two 1-year terms. In
1962 at Minneapolis, Minnesota the waa unanimously re-elected
to serve the second term. Under the constitution cI the organiza
tion she could not serve another term. Mre. Keck also participat
ed in Workshop Four on “National Obligation," or "Responsibil
ities as Consultant." At the cloee d the convention, the delegates
presented to Mrs. Keck as a special gift Iron them, a beautiful
silver fruit bowl, as appreciation lor efficient and dedicated serv
ices Mrs. Keck is succeeded by Mrs. Roy N. Moore ot Durham, j
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Mrs. Hattie T. Mitchell
Retires After 34 Years
Mrs. Hattie T. Mitchell resigned
her position as superintendent of
St Psul AME Church's Sunday
School after 84 years of service and
was honored at a -This is Your Life
Program." presented in her honor
by the Sunday School board Sun
day night at St Paul Church.
It was Sunday night at church,
7:00 o’clock In the evening, when
the usher met Mrs. Mitchell at the
church door and took her to the
seat of honor, which was a sett in
side the chanel
Next her relativee were ushered
in and eat on cither aide of Mre.
Mitchell; these relativee Included
e sister, Mre. Lillie Frederick end
husband (Tom Goldsboro, Mr. and
Mrs. Hawes, Mrs. Nellie Smith. Mr.
Henry Worth, and Mrs. Georgia
Wall, all of Raleigh. After this, tbs
program was started.
Mrs. Auguste Gray, the assistant
superintendent es Sunday School,
was the mlstrese of ceremonies. She
began by saying, "This Is Your Life,
Mrs. H. T. Mitchell” As Mrs. Gray
continued, she gave a brief sum
mary of Mra. Mitchell's Ufa, and
callsd the following people to lay
something concerning Bin. Mitchell
and how the had fitted or Influ
enced their lives. Her childhood
friends talked first; they were Mrs.
Lillie Hodge, Mra Addle Logan,
Mrs. Alice Jon at, Mlse Laura Ed
wards; Mrs. Gsneva P. Brown who
It on a of her younger friends, who
became a friend of the family when
■he met Eula Williams and Lillie
in St Augustine’s College.
J. C. Washington nsxt talksd
about his friendship and how Mrs.
Mitchell helped him to be a better
Sunday School teacher. Bin. Lillie
Hodges' tribute was beautiful to
Mrs. MitohslL Rev. Larkins, who
was presiding Elder during Mre.
Mitchell’* superin ten cy. Mrs. Hat
tie Edmondson next talked on such
a Christian neighbor Mrs. Mitchell
Is. Roy Moor* remembered Bin.
Mitchell from cradle roll through
youth end adult life end even
Bin. Annie Hinton. SOS Rook
Quarry Rond, Raleigh, N. C. AD
contributions will be promptly ac
knowledged and tbs names of all
contributors will be engraved up
on a permanent scroll to be not
ed on the Ligon campus. If you an
unable to contribute the oost of a
complete uniform, a small dona
tion wUI be gratefully acknowledg
through the Korean war whaa ho
said Mrs. Mitchell told him to pray.
It was bar prsysrs, ho said, that
oauaad him to have faith and earry
on. Ernestine Robinson next made
an excellent talh in the Interest
of the youth of Sunday School, lb.
Bathos talked on how many Uvea
Mrs. Mitchell had touched and In-
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fluenced la Sunday School and
Bacauaa lira. Mitchell U also a
retired school teacher, Mrs. Henri
Stredwick. one of her co-workers
in Crosby and Lucille Hunter
Schools talked next Mrs. Stredwick
said Mrs. Mitchell insisted that her
pupils prepare themselves and see
a need of conducting themselves
well at all times and always pre
pare good work. Mr. Eaton said al
though Mra. Mitchell did not have
a master’s degree, but she eras a
master teacher in her classroom.
W. A. Rainbow presented Mrs.
Mitchell a plague, which eras in
scribed “Mrs. Hattie T. Mitchell.
Supt of St Paul AMS Sunday
School for 34 Tears. Mrs. Josephine
Williams presented a (cash) puree
of $13.00 from several of the church
clubs; Rev. Penn presented and
praised lbs. Mitchell ter her un
Hla presentation eras a check ter
$804)0 from the Sunday School. Rev.
L A Penn is the pastor of St Paul
Church. Mrs. Sadie B. Herndon next
rend eouffetulatory telegrams and
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letters from relatives and friends,
who were unable to stterrd.
The music was furnished by the
choristers of the church, a solo eras
sung by Miss Jessie Mahans, ntWr
solo by Belinda CoUina. A piano
solo was played by Ernest McAd
ams Jr. from Cincinnati. Ohio.
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