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By Jay Bee Aytch
liamwM arm hi
K IIM T6th annu
» Catawba Synod.
lan Church In tha
it the new modem
estm in later United
rah hart, June 34-
J. X. McKenzie of
« Memorial V. P.
aa retiring mode
rator. The Rev. Grover D. Nelson
to rate later of the heat church which
hQBly plaroedtoe Synod vlattore
"IFai towing the election of Dr. C.
K Kennedy (an Armed Forcea Lt
©Monel) aa toe new aooderator, the
synod began Its Sellbarsttona of
btfi lag reports and disposing of Is-
Net (he least among those wee e
jetohatton to the effect toot United
nredbpteriana would not wrrender
to the Ks Klun Klan of Tarheel len
tti rhht to tend summer student
towupe into Wbn City end other a
eaaa whose toe Klan baa recently
Sheww tta atrangth by ordering out
of Wm Oty a group of young white
MM and toelr adult leaden
Sttoto toe PMSbnrgh. Finn* area as
toMf- attenuated to renovate the
filirtnlsa Church to tbs amaU
Wltoan Caungr town. Tbs synod has
ttys tot Mat OHy project with a
«r Catawba toned, chaired by Dr.
f .wTtontto, tor. ad Charlotte, noted
•the ahnnh*» ceneern over certain
toslt —ini itadjnatoinrta (among
toem the rotary system of officers);
toa IrrP—“t ad man lihn Oov.
©aoega Wallace of Ala, and Senate*
fiagry Osttoratw Is having a de>
■uMMg aMaet upon the attitudes
H itt people In regards to civil
flto separt gat* “When e group
q|, Wssltums in the name of the
BK Will bank themselves, under
tod sever of darkness and frighten
n handful of Christian young peo
& tolling thorn to ‘get out of
’.tor no reason other than that
toe students were acting like Chris
ttohs; it is Hi— to think about our
ntoto to humanity."
OMtbb proas reports stated that
gnaj dragon of tha N. C. Ku Klux
tow, in company with about two
ktohed persons surrounded one of
ton tour homes of Colored famtlie!
wflh whom the eleven northern
JVtttoa wore lodging about mid- |
sdAt and gave them until noon to
began*- They left before that hour
•supd dragon Robert (Bob) Jones
ed Granite Quarry was quoted as
having said he had done the group
g favor tiarewt the local whites
ware real mad end he could not
wgSNh tor the group's safety. Jonee
was reported to have told the group
toit there wee danger ed the young
wbfta girls going back to Pitts
burgh carrying 14 ... ■ babies )
the synod's eommttteee on Chrts
hafts Education and Interpretation
aA4 Stewardship, Joined In sustain
tog the National Miaaions report by
gjgdad: “The Church cannot forfeit
Hg give up Its ministry, or
alto aside from the traffic of (be
p|—ant world." The statement con-
Sgtod: “This holds true In Missis
dpl. Al* I*”* 1 *”* and In ELM CITY.
ff£. ARho man may now be listen-
Hid with more Interest and com-
SatoytogMiMhidlo toe torarch s
oSbwdn to proles God wMh a loud
atoT clear voice for all his mighty
Wtodto." The quotation embodied
top 'aUer of toe Christian Educe
to& declaration at the United Pres
to&fidn General Assembly In 1682-
to?le United Presbyterian USA
ag a policy that all
FORD SALES and
“ EDASf OB A T ED
rr~ Mqdaii S-Eltl
“ Hi tAMOW BT
churches within Its bound should
either be on ad integrated basis or
- have an open-membership policy,
, offering mambertolp and Job status
i to anyone of the faith qualified to
> participate. Forfeiture of eligibility
for mission aid Is a penalty for non
conformance. This la called “as
-1 flrmative desegregation action."
the gynod back-traeted or hedged
a bit, however, when it refused to
come and publicly take s stand on
a resolution which have, in effect,
endorsed gubernatorial candidate
Judge L. Richardson Prayer two
days before the runoff election
which resulted la hie defeat by
Judge Dan Moore.
a TRg ONI SCHOOL
Pro t lease BUs Johnson, who
came to Leurlnburg Institute here
at the age of I after Dr. Booker
Washington wee asked to send some
teachers from Tuskegee Institute,
Alabama, retired from toe princi
pal ship of toe I. Cilia Johnson High
School hero In May, after 13 years
' teaching end prlndpelahlp in this
• community of over 14,000.
Retiring amid the glory of a lov
i tag people, Mr. Johnson, now 74
i years of age and with the seeming
vitality of a man twenty years his
Junior, was felicitated by no lass
personages than those who have
known him for over half-a-century,
Including Oov. Terry H. Sanford
and state treasurer Edwin Oiil, na
tive* of the area, who were ac
quainted with the honoree all their
lives. The local school board gave
Johnson a gorgeous silver service
set and many others gave gifts de
noting affection and esteem.
Beth Johnson and his wife (the
former A mads Etheridge of Cam
don. S. C.) ere getting accustomed
to their retirement A son I. Ellis
111, Is s chemist In Fhiladephl*. The
daughter. Mrs lona E. Pugh, lives
In Darlington. A C, but teechee In
Student minister Russell E.
Richey, delivered the message Sun
day at Mt. Pisgah United Presby
terian Church, Rocky Mount, where
he is summer assistant to Rev. J. H.
Costen. A Durham resident and
Yale Divinity Srtiool student. Rich
ey's family—Dr. and Mrs. McMur
rey S. Richey, and brother Thomas
Richey were present for the service
BT MISS MAR N. HOPSON
UNION BETHEL AME CHURCH
CARY On Sunday, June 21.
the Rev. J H. Patterson eras guest
speaker at the morning tarries*
His thrmo wee, "Perfect" This was
centered around the Beck of Job
The music was r endued by the
senior choir On Sunday afternoon,
June 21. at 3 o'clock, the Bee. Mary
Preiser was guest speaker, and toe
prayer Bend of Method accompani
ed her She delivered an Insptro
tlonal mi mage tram toe first chap
ter of Jonah Them* “You Can’t
Hide" We had visitors from Dur
ham and Method.
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School began at 10 a. a*
Morning services began at 11 a. m.
with tha sector choir in charge of
: music. The pastor, the Rev. Heac
| Lee. gave hie message from - St
John. 5:6. Then -. "Will yeu Lire
Eight?" The geest singers were the
Elks Spirituals of Balaigh Yhitora
are always welcome to all services
in this community
Mrs. Annie Brown. Mrs. Alma
Jonee, Mm Delay B FerreU. and
delegates. Misses Annie Louise
Baugh, end Deborah Arrlngon. at
tended the Sunday Beheel Cnusm
lion, wfciflfc wm Md st QaUUm
Baptist Church In SmfthfleM re
cently. The delegates reported a
Mrs. Lucy Station, offset John-
Richard. Jr, and Dlann Steffen,
spent the weekend In Henderson
MB bar dnegbter and sen tn lew.
Mr. and Mm McKinley Chart*.
MnJanies Kathleen Farmer. Ma
rten Eeuneon and Him Mae Hupaon
attended the SMi Convention of toe
Grand United Order of Tent Stators!
•con ALLOW nUCSDOM
LAURINBURG Enroute to fee
Catawba Synod meeting hare laat
week, Mrs. Harren piloted the Fal
con bus down through Lumbertou.
up by Maxton aa we observed this
Scotland County area where the
Indiana made the Ku Kluxers taka
to their heels years ago. Our
thought was that, regrettably. Na
grace at Eastern Tarheella, having
boon boot an and driven so much
ourselves, do not have the courago
and atlek'togethemess of the In
dians, attho we are larger ta> nun-
Wo lodged with Mr. and Mrs. I.
Elite Jshnson, Jr., the 74-yeer-old
arhoohnon who has just retired af
ter fifty-two yean In the school
mom. Johnson says that the school
afflalels hsre do not frown on Ne
gro teocbsrs belonging to and par-
Udpetlng in NAACP aetlvlty-and
say so publicly. F. B. Price, another
retired teacher, confirmed this.
Mayor W. B. Lytch Issued a pro
clamation honoring principal John
son for "unprecedented service . . .
to Lourlnburg as aa outstanding
tittaeo, and principal of the same
school U years, end as s leader of
constructive movements for com
munity betterment" as be sailed
upon cl tisane to reflect on die wor
thy contributions of Mr. Johnson.
Or. Charles F Carroll, State Supt
Public Instructions, was quoted as
saying tills Johnson Is the dean of
all Tarheella public educators by
virture of his 52 years in one school.
Johnson says ha has always gone
to sleep at night with the feeling
that tomorrow will bo s better
day*. He has usually been right
Queried about discipline with
students and teachers, the native
Alabamian said he had few with
either group, especially the teach-
BT B. M. JOHNSON
CL!NTON--Mr. and Mrs. Horatcs
Isaac, Mr. Edward Rogers of Long
Island, N. Y., Mr* Mary B. Cooper.
Mlaa Lorraine Cooper, Mr. Ronali
Cooper and Mrs. Lucille Kelly of
Trenton. N. J. motored down to
attend toe wedding of thetr neiee
and cousin, Mies Jamaaietta Butler,
which was performed in Rose Hill
BY MRS. PLORENCt J. WYNN
BRlNSON—Worship services were
hold at the AME Methodist Church
Sunday with the Rev A. McDougal,
Vacation Bible School wee a great
success end was considered to have
been the beet ever held at St. James
Disciple Church last week.
The theme of the lesson for the
week was. "Jesus. The Promised
Savior." On Friday night, the School
sponsored a program with the
Junior choir rendering music. The
Rev. Robert William* pastor, as
sisted every day, along with other
memberi of the church, including
Mr Louis Barfield, superinten
dent of the Sunday School
Mr and Mr* June Williams and
son. Christopher, of Richmond, Va,
spent the weekend visiting his
parent* Mr. end Mm Horace
William* and ether members of
Also visiting her parents from
Richmond, was Miss Annie Willi
ams. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Joe Barfield, also of Rt -h
--mond. is visiting his mother. Mrs.
Frances Barfield, other relatives
and friends bore.
Mrs. Frances Davis is a patient
at Wake Memorial Hoepital. Ra
BENSON Church sorvlco was
held at St. Jamee Dteciple Church
Sunday with toe paetor, toe Rev.
Rebert William* In charge of the
morning worship. Ho delivered a
very enjoyable sermon.
Father's Day aerates was held
Sunday, June SI. at Cedar Point
Dteciple Church ta Newton Grove.
Mr. Calvin King ■ 4Arnos4 the fath
er* Rot. E. V. George delivered
toe roeeaag* The eervtce was en
joyed by aU preeent
Vacation Bible Scboel is being
held this weak at toe St. James
Dteciple Church. Theme k. -Jesus
the Promieed Savior”. On Friday
night at toe closing, ton pastor, the
Rot. R. WUI ism* will leader a aer
ates la behalf a 4 the Young people
Everyone Is totaled to attend and
also to hear toe report of toe week
by toe children and eee the display
ol Stair work.
Mr. James Walter Wpan Is a pa
tient at a Chapel -Hill hoepital
where be recently underwent sur
Mm Viola WBliame Is spending
the summer in Benson.
Mr Frank AHbrd. eon of the late
Mr Esaie Alford, was funeralired
Sunday. Mr. Alford la a native of
where be was Ihrtng He ts sur
vived by hit mother. Mr* Rocedar
A Nerd, nine brothers and four sis
Southern Utah let No. 1. which con
vened at Johaaon C. Smith Univer
sity to Charlotte n candy Mr*
Martah Breaeoss wm a delegate.
They reported a very fine session I
MCK AND SHUT-INS
Kit Janie Brown I* a patient tn
Wake Memorial Hoepital; and Mm
A ante Eee bar B lecepersting at
Left not Amy* l °° r *** IRH * .
tag They recta is sards, flower*
phone call* vhtta god especially
era, with leas Eton five per cent of
his 38 teachers being dropped an
nually. He “let them —t them
selves," he stated. There are 1142
students in the combined school
system which he started in tall
wtlh five teachers and Mg pupils,
this waa apart from Laurlaburg
Institute, which still operates hare.
Ellis Johnson has been highly
•useawful with student disciplinary
matters, too, ha states. Frequently
dismissing a student and then over
taking him before ha reached home,
to bring him beck for another trial,
realising that the pupil could not
ha helped U out es whom. Usually
his efforts succeeded. Sam* had to
ha lot go.
Mrs. Cara Roberta, SOS Caledonia
Read, operates a flrt-claes tourists
lodging and dining facility open to
Em public desiring quality service.
Among the studest-mintaters
serving In Catawba Synod this sum
mer, in addition to Russell Richey
at Rocky Mount wtth Mt Plagah
U. F. Church; la TAOAAKI MTYA
BE of Tokyo, Janpea, who la at
Cotton Memorial U. Preeby. Church.
Henderson, Rev. J, R. Dungae. pas
While looking la at NAACP na
tional convention in Dee Cec two
days last week, we met young
JEREMIAH X 1714 Fifth St, N. W„
who promises jobs for young man
wishing to learn U tie steel for con
struction work In s short time to
earn up to $35 per day while in
training. It wouldn't hurt to send
him s stamped envelope for full de
H. D. Taylor, DD6, accompanied
Allan B. Rawlins horns to Rocky
Mount from Philadelphia lest week
end on a visit to the Pete Rawlins
recently. Mr. and Mr* James E.
Sampson, Mrs Arlethe B. Oraham.
Misses, Marilyn and Elaine Sampson
and Mr. Edward Smith, of Clinton,
also attended the wedding.
Mr. and Mr*. James I. Sampson
had as their house guest recently
Mr. .and Mrs. Horatae Isaac and
Mrs. Mary Cooper of N. Y. and
New Jersey. They also visited their
parent* Mr. and Mrs. Amos Butler
of Roseboro. and Mr* Arletha
Graham of Clinton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Holland Boney of Rote Hill.
Rev. J. Ray Butler of Wilmington,
performed the wedding ceremony
of Mias Jamcszetta Butler and Mr.
Alexander Leach in Rose Hill
Messrs. William (Butch) end
James (Fella) Ashford spent several
days here last week visiting their
grandfather and aunt, Mrs. Freda
Faison and Rev. Fred Ashford.
Mrs. Arletha B. Graham la visit
ing her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mr». Toney Cumminghara In
Washington. D. C.
Messrs. Charles Erma and Elite
Ray Butler of Wilmington, spent
the day here last week visiting
their aunts, Mrs. Loubertha Sampson
and Mrs. A. B Graham. They also
visited their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Butler of Roseboro.
Mr. William E. Smith Is attending
summer school at North Carolina
Agricultural and Technical College,
Greensboro. N C.
Mr. Juttan A. Jones. Mias La
vonne Jonas and Mrs. A. Mae Smith
motored to IVvettevitle recently.
Rev. J. Ray Butler, a native of
Sampson County and the son of
Mr. and Mr*. Amos Butler of Rose
boro. ha* recently been awarded an
honorary doctor of divinity degree
by Fiiendahip College in Rock Hill,
South Carolina. He Is pastor of Ebe
neezer Missionary Baptist Church,
Miss Marfa He Wilson and Mn
Geraldine D. Williamson are attend
ir- summer School et N. C. Col
lege at Durham
Mr Sam. B. Matthis. of William
Street died at hie home on Friday,
June Ml at 4:00 p m. Funeral ear
vicea were Wedneeday. June H
at 4 g m. at Moaning Star Holiness
Mr. Mooes Bur neon, of Sampson
Street died Sunday night of last
Mr. Atwood Faison died at the
Veterans Hospital last Tuesday
night Funeral eervtce* were held
at First Baptist Church last Sun
day. Sot. Jaaaaa Everett officiated.
Rot. J. L White and the Male
Chorus rendered services et the
Antioch Baptist Church, Goldsboro,
last Sunday. They were observing
Men’s Day. Hot. Baxter Rich la toa
Mias Elaine Sampson, who
teaches Home Economics at the
Cooper High School In Clayton,
has recently been certified by the
Red Cress to teach a count of
Bonn Nursing Cbre of Sick and
htjiued. She beanme earttflad ta
Mm Addle Jntmeon and children.
Chart** Car heft and Joyce and Mr.
James Mease, motored te Winston-
Salem last Sunday to visit Mrs '
Gwendolyn McDemgal whs was a !
patient at toa Kato Bttttag Rey
aside Memorial Hoepital
Mr* boo BeO Faison, woe tn the ;
atty last week attending the fu- '
narat as her brother-in-law. Mr
Mr. aad Mr* Berates Mease. Mr.
Harry Lee Moor* Mr. Roy Moore,
and Mr. Nathaniel Moore all of
Inglewood. N. J. were here last
week ■Handing the funeral of their
gyenddHhar. Mr. Wentworth Mor
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BY MBS. LOUISE COLVIN
APEX—Sunday June IS. Em
Male Chorus at First Baptist waa
in ahorse of the music for the de
votion at the 11 o’clock worship
sendee, with the Rev. W. M. Phfl-
lip conducting, i
The pastor, the
Rev. Bigelow, de-i
llvered a very In- j
as usual. His text!
was taken from
St. Luke, 16:10. i
His subject was,!
Ore* test Lost”.
J Wf £
with u« were, MRS. COLVIN
Mrs. Lcla AirUwton of Goldsboro.
The attendance was very good.
Our morning offering totaled
$151.78. Our doors stand open, and
we welcome all visitors ms
Sunday night at 8:00 o’clock
First Baptist Male Chorus spon
sored a program. The Ocepel Cho
rus. the Speclalljws and the Male
Chorus rendered the music and a
solo from Mrs. Mattie Marrow,
with Stephen Bigelow accomp&n
lng all at the piano.
Sunday night at 7:30. Rev. Bige
low was guest speaker at the Oak
Grove Baptist Church in Durham
The occasion was the end of their
Children's Day oervice.
SICK AND SHUT-INS
We are very glad that Mr. Wiley
Powell is home from tho hospital
Mrs Olrlena Ouy and Mr. Herman
Williams are not doing too well
Other sick are Mr. Jessie Bullock
Mr. Wesley Hill and Mr. Lloyd
Dempsey and Sheila Raines of
Brooklyn. New York are visiting
their relatives, the Colvins, and
the Raines, here.
BY MRS, MADDIE FLOYD
ZEBULON Sunday School o
pened at 10 o'clock with Doscon
James Wright in charge. Th# sub
ject of th# lesson was, "The Chris
tian and Missionary Impertive.”
Rev. John Manaon reviewed the
lesson Morning worship began at
11:30 a m. with tbs Rev. Mangum
reading the acripture from tha Rook
of St John, 14:$. Everyone present
enjoyed the services.
j Mr. William Morgan has just re
| turned from a two-week veetlon.
i during which time be visited bis
| uncle. Mr. Wilbert Wiggins, of
I Washington. D. C.
BY BEY. Burnt Y. BOSTON
CHATHAM MAN DIBS ATM
SILER CITY—Mr. William Frank
Siler aon of Ho lato Robert and
Nancy Siler, was born in Siler
City. Chatham County, North Caro
lina In Jua* 1874. Be departed thia
Ufa June 28. 1904. at the ago of Mi
He wae married to the former
Mlaa Emma Reaves, about 800. To
thia union 9 children were born,
three of which preceded him in
Re Joined Oee'i Oroee Church at
an early age and remained faithful
Sereieon are hia wtta. Mr*. Em
ma R Siler; one daughter. Mrs.
Ethel Price; flee sons. Messrs.
Vernon Soar of Greenaboro: Her
man Siler as Siler City; Bernard
Siler of Washington. D. C.; Norman
Siler of Detroit. Michigan; and A
mJck Siler of Philadelphia. Penn
by p. w. niton
GOLDS POW The earn or choir
of Roberta Chapel Church tang at
the Ml Harmon A E. Zion Church
here last Sunday.
The 4Mh annual Sunday School
eoneentiea tn conjunction ertth the
Miaietero and Laymen laatltule will
be bald on Mo Cumnock Circuit
with the MV Benson AMEZ Church
here being the hoot church also the
J 8 Water* Public School and Ka
facilities wfD he need.
The cnusenOen will pet under
way July 8 at M o'clock a. av and
will continue through July 19 Bee.
B. A Mack ia r-*tor of tha boat
church. Rev J. A Brown, presiding
Tlder. and H T Stewait la SM
BT BENNY M. SAIIERWiffE
BUNN—The Bunn Chapel Sun
day School began at 10:00 o’clock
with the superintendent, Mr. Phil
lip Dunston In charge. Title of tho
le—on was, "Christian Friends A
round the World”,
The Oethsemane Baptist Church
held Its annual Children'* Day
Sunday. A number of choirs ware
present Everyone enjoyed tbs pro
gram to the highest.
Tho Zion Springs Sunday School
went to Chavis Park Saturday.
Thera wars 46 attending Everyone
had a wonderful time.
The wedding of Mr. Sidney X
Crudup and Miss Mabla B. Holden
waa held at the Zion Springs
Church on Sunday night. It was
carried out beautifully. The Rev.
C. H. Boykin of Wilson married the
The delegates to the 4-H Short
Course week, which wsa held at
A AT College In Greensboro ware
Mias Linda F. Moore, Mr. Bari
Crudup and Miss Jean Satterwhite,
They all went from the Red town
Community 4-H elub. It seams that
everyone really enjoyed this week’s
Mr. and Mrs. Hartsfisld of Bunn
had for their weekend guest their
daughter, Joyce, and her husband
MISS YVONNE LEWIS
N. Y. Society
CLINTON—Dr. and Mrs. Ro
meo H. Lewis of Clinton present
ed their daughter. Mias Yvonne
Lewis, to New York Society on
June 12. at Me Waldorf Astoria
Ycvonne made her debute un
der the sponsorship of the Brook
lyn Olrt Friends Mrs. Leonard R.
Jackson, netce of Un. Lewis, waa
her matron, representing tha
Ona of the 47 carefully selected
girls from families of Manhattan.
Bronx. Brooklyn Queens. West
chester. N. T , Montclair, N. J. and
Clinton. Mias Lewis was presented
In the Grand BaUrootn of tha New
York Waldrof. Yvonne wore a
white dress of pure potdesoi silk,
a princess style with fitted bodies
and fun skirt, co wad with pearls
The charming deb la a 1904
graduate of Palmer Memorial In
stttute. Bedalia. She was a good
student and active tn extra cur
ricular activities. She plana to en
ter Central State Colleg* tn Wtl
berforee. Ohio this fan. aajortng
in business administration. She
plane a career in merehandMng
as a buyer.
Those attending the Debutante
Cbttlhon from Clinton ware Or.
and Mr*. R R. Lewis. Mrs. Ruth
Freeman and Miss Nancy Boykin.
-PROF- ATTENDS TWO
Mrs. Ann Lamb Davis. assoc H’s
profoeor of clothing at A A T Col
lege. attended. in Detroit.
the aannal coovenMoa as Callage
Teachers of Textiles and
Jane M-M and the annual cenven
tka of American Same Economise
Aseoeietien. June 2S-M
Both mease were held in Debelt.
Theodore Tyson. Jr. Union Os eve
AMEZ Church is chetnaen of Me I
Me Durham District
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rogers and
family es Knightdale visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ML
Mr. Richard Dickens of Bunn has
returned heme from the hcepital.
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BY MBS. C0U»l HARDY
PRINCETON—Mr. and Mrs.
Curie? X Howell of Haw York
Halted his moOier. Mrs. Nancy
Howell and family Tuesday and
Halted other relatives also.
Mim Linda Wilsy. daughter ct
Ur. and Mrs. Ralph Steven is vi.tt
ing bar sunt and family, Mr. and
M». John Robert Newsom? ol
Washington. D. C. and friends
Mm. Ooldie Hardy and sons a* -
eompained her mother. Ms.
Nancy Howell to Flney Grove Pri
mitive Baptist Church Run ay.
The Pastor waa Rev. Lawrenc?
Reid of Wilson.
Mm Howell. Mrs. Hardy end
eons, Alvin and Eddie, accompani
ed Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Best, of
Baton* to visit Mm Olivers Min
ces and family of Wilson, Sunday
evening, and also visited Mm Llz
sle Atkinson who is a patient in
a Wilson Hospital. They desired
The Grade Mother’s held their
meeting at Mrs. Gertrude Rawl
ings home. Saturday evening Af
ter the meeting, the Mothers were
Mm Zaylieter Stevens, her
mother . Mrs. Nancy Howell and
stster Mm Oolide Hardy,
visited Hie Everctte staters, Mieses
Flossie, Deeels and Stator Monday
"He said to them, where la your
faith? And they were afraid and
they marvelled. Saying to one
another, who then Is this that
he command* seven winds and
water and they obey him?” Luka
In Pueblo Nuevo, Dominlcen
Republic, villegers named their
recently-completed school the
“tscuelle Rural John F. Kennedy-*
Parents built the schoolheuse with
tools and construction materials
provided by CARE, as gifts from