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By Jay Baa Aytcb
fjYTtGRATBD BAPnSTI 1M
ROCKY MOUNT, N. G. Trie
little Haywood County town of
CLYDE (weat of Asheville) la cele
brating the 100th anniversary of ita
forst Baptist Church on July 301
The remarkable thing about
Clyde'* First Baptist Church is not
«nly that it was organtoed July 30,
1064 with twenty-five members—
)tut at the end of the Civil War
period—but the fact that there were
three colored person* among the
founding membership of foe 35 who
started the little church In the
beautiful mountains of what 1* now
eallad Wonderful Western North
Carelina or the Land of the Sky.
Thus it was that, coming out of
Slavery, there waa Integration with
peace among the races In that and
Other areas of Tarheelia. And if ona
journeys over the mountains to
Burnsville—about fifty miles north
ward—there will be found—today—
• colony of so-called Negroes who
tre ee white as the so-called whites,
fll ■ recalled that this group had
so go to court to get legally inte
grated into the schools just a few
Es ago with the aid of the NAA
and Asheville attorney Reuben
To the southeast, in Henderson
is an area celled "The
r where a community of
“lightaklna" lived their own ways
for a century, hardly permitting
any really •'blacker among them
Altho the writer has never been
Into the community, he has the word
ad his late father. Prof. Benjamin
Barren. (Henderson County native)
who was once sent there to teach
lie little school, years before he
married, that he waa not allowed
to unpack hia trunk becauee the
colored committee told him the
children would be afraid to go to
aehool to him becauee he was too
Years later, when the writer wee
a teenager, he knows the school
super cooperated with the commu
nity and sent them the U*'.test
skinned teacher iMiwi Delia Miller)
available. She taught there two or
more years. That Was about 1913-14.
And moat of Western North Caro
lina consists of Baptist*, particular
ly among Negroes.
On the other hand, th# writer
knows that, aa a lad, he and hia
Dad had some uneasy hours at
Candler Station. near Canton, (the
home of Judge Den K. Moore.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee)
where black Negtnea ware hot o
verly welcome about 1900-10.
During that time, Allte Aiken, a
ha If-white from Brevard (who
aauld easily pate) got along fin*
ytth the whites at Canton where
be wot wd aa a cook. Ha said blacks
were not desired in those days- Os
course this haa largely changed
now, because the colored communi
ty has grown and whites no longer
threw rock*-'or shoot into train* aa
they paw. One porter told us he had
Sa get Into the baggage oar and bide
at the suggestion of his eooductor
going out tha Murphy run from
„ It waa MtaaiVl Dey at th*
MA eoavsßtfoa to Seattle, Wash.
lart Weak, whan at least three Tar
Mr MM. LOOM OOLVn
APEX—On Sunday. July S. ths
. anllr choir «m la char|» of tho
<MtMn at Ite 11 o'clock worship
ssrktae at IM Baptist Church.
Bo*. w. M. Phillip* rc»d tha scrip
ture. Tha pastor. Rev. W. T. Bige
low, delivered a very interesting
—« HU text was taken from
n Timothy, 17:18: context II Peter.
1:18. Subvert: “Growing In grace ”
Vial tort worshipping with ut
were: lira. In ex Young of Balti
more. Ifd., daughter of Mr. Earnest
Jonas: Mias Mildred Guy. daugh
ter of Mrs. Girlena Guy; and Mrs.
Johnny Ball. Washington. D C,
daughter of Mrs. Connie Beckwith.
Many other visitors from New York
and our sister churches in the Apex
community worshipped Visitors me
at • o'clock. Mr.
William Goldst on
anti Mss Ida
a music* I pro
gram at First
Th# following .
appeared on ti>*|
MRS. COL YIN
Choir of Moncure; the Macedonia
Four. Th# New Hope Gospel Cho
rus. Th* Male and Gospel Chorus
»f First Baptist We were also fav
ored with a solo from Rev. W. M
Phillip*. Accompanying him at the
piano was Mrs. E. H. William*. Mr*.
Docia Evans recited a reeding en
titled “The Bible."
Mr. and Mrs. Garland La* and
daughter of Neptune. N. t. ate
spending a week with their parent*.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lee. Mrs. Lout**
Colvin and ofeer relative* while
to the community.
FORD SALES and
• MCOBrOI AT ID
m TAKBORO ST
KMKI MOUNT. N O
Heels received significant honor*.
Os course th* colored delegates
were especially proud that i mem
ber of their racial group, Mrs. EUt
abetb Duncan Koonto. Salisbury. N.
C, was named president-elect of
the ever 90MQO-membir Class
room Teacher* division at National
Education Association. They Wert
also encouraged Ig the vote to inte
grate the national Organisation over
the next two ycArs.
Then there waa Dr. Lola Edinger
of Greensboro, who assumed tho
poet of national NEA president.
Both honors coming to North Caro
lina woman—one colored, other
white—ware climaxed by an award
to, and address from, our own Gov.
Terry H. Sanford, who was lauded
as the modern educational governor
of the Old North State, with a pro
gram ranking among the leaders of
Gov. Sanford has been quoted aa
having told the NEA convention
that “Negro children in TarheeUa
do not have the same educational
opportunities aa whit* children,
even though they have equal facili
Th# Tar Heal chief executive
said “motivation was lacking" when
a high school student saw no fu
ture ahead of him if he “.. . work
ed hard in high school and saw no
|ob opportunity at the and of the
road.” This problem must be at
tacked outside the school moms be
cause legislation alone Will not
solve the problem. Sanford mid,
adding "You must have understand
ing between people, and laws la
lone) don’t make understanding.”
The hitherto impossible has hap
pened, following the enactment of
the Civil Rights Bill, with first,
one Negro eating in a Jackson
Miss., restaurant, then two NAACP
staffers registering in • leading
hotel; but they charged Charles
Evers With speeding enroute to air
port to meet his guests.
In a quiet, tifcprctcntloui tcttii.g
in tha home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
and Battle Carr, Macclesfield,
(Edgheombe • Wilson boundary),
Mrs. Lena Mas Herring age 40. of
Rocky Mount and Durham, became
th* bride of th# Rev. toddle Williams.
TO, a resident of tha Macclesfield
community for many years. Mrs.
Out R foster daughter of tha
bridegroom This erne k second trip
to the liter for each, both Edge
combe County natives. Th# Rev. T.
V. Fnstefi Sr, performed tha cere
Among th* guests wer# twin Ha
ters of tth# bride; Mr*. Hattie Park
er Bur gem aI Richmond, ,Va., and
Mr*. Mattie Parker Burgess (they
married brothers). Rock? Mount
Mrs. Lula Austin, Center Bt.
Rocky Mount, attended the recent
grand setting eg the United Order
of Tents on the J. C. Smith Univer
sity Chmpus to Charlotte.
lilt. Letts Ooffoeg accompanied
Mrs. Juantto F. Barnett to to*
recent United Presbyterian Wom
en's Summer Conclave at Purdu#
University. Mrs. Barnett, later
joined a chartered plane flight to
NEA confab to Seattle, Washington.
Mr. Dwnpaai Rabies. Jr., haa re
turned homo to Brooklyn. N. Y„
after a abort viait with hia aunt,
Mrs Louise Calvin and daughter,
along With other relative* He la
presently employed at the First Na
tional City Bank, in Brooklyn. N
Y. »» a clearance clerk. He will en
ter City Collage of New York City
in the Fall Hit plana at* to majot
Wr are very happy to receive tet
ter* from former reaMrnts of our
town telling ua bow much they
enjoy reading our Apex column
We would Ilk* to OckKOWlOdge re
ceiving a letter a few Week* ago,
from Mr. Herbert Crawford of Dil
son, S. C, inquiring about a termor
itammata of hi* whit* attending
Shaw University, Dr Samuel Bald
win and hit wife are now living in
BT SOUL GOLDIE HARDY
I’RJNCETON—Mrs. Lillie Joyner
of Princeton baa returned home
after aprndiag two weeks with her
daughter and family. Mr. and Mr*
Hinton of Newark. N. J.
Mr and Mrs TTlman Parker and
children. Faye and Jimmy, apent
the week-end with their daughter
and son-in-law. CpL and Mra John
Whitley of Camp LeJeun*.
Mra. Inoil Rowling of Princeton
ad her daughters. Linda and Laura.
I'bsve returned home after (pending
a month with relative* and fnenda
to New York City.
Roland Gregory Bryant ton of
Mr. and Mr*. Walter Bryant et
Princeton, haa returned home after
spending a month with their stater
and family. Rev. and Mrs mm*
Richardson. Washington. D. C
Mr. Michael Denning of Howard
University. Washington. D. Cj Mr.
Reginald Louia, Durham; Miami At
kttaaa Hayes, Meant Olive; adi
Batty Raynor of 9*hna; Mk. ArehH
lilCato and mto Hattie end tM.
DatoM McOein at aitMMield. *M
visited Mia* Doris Gale Grantham
a t Princeton Sunday aftoraatoa,
“Watch and pray, that ye enter
aot into temptation. Matt, 28:41.
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BY 3080 Doflfi D. gffcftUD
METHOD—Gak City Baptist
ChugCh ohserrM Women's Day
Sunday, June 39. Miss Thelma
Cdfnbo wsS guest Speaker. She did
a wonderful fob of it Bo many
good things were brought to the
audience until all were fined with
inspiration and new hope.
The Women's chorus furnished
appropriate music with Mr*. Wit
cut at the instrument A good a
mount of money waa rawed from
(hia day's service.
PfJfEY GROVE AMB (HITCH
Ptney Grove AME Church mem
bership is worshiping it Mi Mater
church. St James AME. until their
new edifice tt completed. Sunday
morning was thi beginning of a
grand Women’s Day atrviet. Rev.
Mrs. Muriel . Dunn, assistant pas
tor of Ortce AME Zion Church of
Raleigh. Wii the speaker for the
morning aerviee. Quite i young
minister toe is, but Ood haa filled
her with a great deal of power,
She brought to us bur wrong* and
right* for which we are thankful
and Will now Strive to live even
closer to God. the message at t:3O
o'clock was delivered by Mrs. Shir
ley Shears*, the pastor* wife. It
wts dynamic end ii good Si we
have ever heard. The junior choir
from Baptist Grove Church and the
Raleigh Community Ladies Chorus
furnished Mane fine music.
It was t time of great rejoicing
and iU present sSemed to be filled
with th* holy ghoct. Rev. and Mrs.
firry wera present si well the
ether members from Baptist Grove
Church fhti Wai * day to be
Rev Harris, pastor bt the Chris
tian Church hat* Will hold his regu
lar service Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. All Who iri not duty
bound to attend other services,
please bi with Rev. Harris Sunday.
Rev Leotho ffebnam will b*
officially installed a* pastor it Oak
City Baptist during th* week tot
lowing the third Sunday In July
A week's service has been planned.
We trust that all at bur people will
cooperate with end in that service
Itev. Dcbnam is a great apeakti
and It jutt s grand person.
Prayer Services are held in the
homes Wednesday nights Prayer
rervle# is held at Oak City Baptist
Church at 7:99.
Our undisposed ones art doing
thirty well at this writing
Mr*. Sikah Lyons Sanders' birth
day eras celebrated last Thursday
night. It Was a grand party. Mrs.
Sanders proved to be an excellent
hoatess and the lovely way in
which she entertained her guests
ares a delight to those present Her
presents ham the member* were
lovely and useful. A dainty service
was eitlnyaß by th* ladle* The next
meeting Sflß birthday observance
will be held with Mrs. Betti* Me-
Fhrider an the 2nd Thursday night
VISITOR PROM STAMFORD
Mr Leonard Rogers, who m*ida*
In Stamford, Conn., hat h**a her*
visiting his mother. Mrs Lillie
Rogers, who Is confined to her
heenc on account es an Injury from
a foil received some time ago. Mr.
Roger* returned home Sunday
We art glad to welcome MM
QeSrgia MeCuller* back to her
home town after having spent th*
Winter with her daughter and son
in Philadelphia. She is very proud,
having seen two of her grand
children graduate, one from ele
mentary school and one from high
school. We rejoice with her. Mrs.
MeCuller* was accompanied home
bp Iter son, Mr. James H. MeCuller*.
He has sine* returned home.
The Ladie* Willing Worker* Club
wilt hold their annual picnic th*
Xbd Sunday in July. The meeting
place will be on the Berry O'Kelly
School campus at 3 o'clock. AU
who at* lata may join them at th*
Che via Heights Park.
Mrt. Elisabeth La* Fergurson
organised a Tot* Choir for St
Jams* AMR Oiureh. Tuesday, June
90 it T p. m Children from four to
eight year* old and up are eligible
for this choir Help make the
children happy bp giving them
something to do!
METHOD—Rev Harris held his
regular service at th* Christian
Church Sunday morning. July 3. at
11 •'dock It was a lovely service
and i frend sertoan as well aa
lovely music by the choir.
Rev. J N. Shear#*, his choir and
numbers store at Raglan chapel
AMB Church Sunday Morning
Them present enjoyed a great
fofritua! time. Mrs. w. R. Gaynor
presided at the piano
Thyfor. Louise Av
ars and Bertie Btojto* win repre
sent Si James AMB Church at the
Sunday School Convention which
wfll be baM to Plttaber* toreatoh
Bonday at till Waafa wtto featr
pastor. Me. J. If. MeoMA MMk
Ami* t. Ahtitotob wtit alto attend
nw coiiiiunon Mvmf bnr mkhv
secretary last year. The Junior
choir, organist and director will
render music at the convention on
St James AME and Oak CM?
Bbptitt cb—toto w«i mm *****
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3 N. C. Citiet Bom
Mixed Loans, Employment
The First Federal Savings and
Loan Association. Rocky Mount
based, with office* is Lou.rtmrg.
and contacts in Thrboro, Enfield
Williamstoß and other Eastern
Carolina communities boasts a
Savings Capital Os itoarly 317 mill
ion and total liabilities of sl9 736J04
matched by the same amount in
total asset* R. Henry Gregory is
pnsident of the fast growing organ
ization which was the first to
break the eolor-Hne to the matter
of granting loans of from $5,000 to
>30,000 to colored citizen* desiring
to build quality homes in the
Mr. Gregorys organization start
ed the financial leaders of the area
when he launched a program to
enable Negroes to build better
borne* despite their usually meager
«ages or salaries.
First Federal Saving* and Loan,
at first, built some thirty-odd
frames homes selling sround the
six thousand dollar mark The pur
chaser! toon demonstrated their
•'fr . '-Jrpggng w
J B HARREN VIEWS
-THE 2ND EMANCIPATION’
ROCKY MOUNT - We Hold
These Truths fb He Self-Evident;
That ALL Men Are Created E
QUAL—'That They Are Endowed By
Their CREATOR With Certain In
alienable RIGHTS '. Among Them
The Right to Work, Bear Arms;
And The Pursuit Os Happiness And
Prosperity To The Fullest Extent
Os Their God-Given Capabilities—
Unfettered By Any Type Os Racial.
Religious, Economic, Political Or
Class Restriction*. This we believe
to be the cardinal principle of our
United States government.
Thursday. July 2nd. 1964 will tm
down In history *• the day of the
Second Emancipation for the A
mericsn Colored people” who are
called 'Negroes’ and even worse
The signing by President Lyndon
Baines Johnson—the Texas Cow-
Poke—of th# new Civil Right* Bill
should mark the beginning of the
end of all facial discrimination in
the USA and the world If it does,
America will have turned a new
leaf in history and made a great
stride toward national and inter
national unity of all peoples in
the interest Os Peace.
This should be the SEOUEL to
cloie the unfinished work of Abe
Lincoln whleb was begun one hun
dred years ego; later to be resumed
in * serious manner by one noble
John Fttz Kennedy, who. like
Lincoln had hi* life snuffed out be
came he. too, tried with all his
might to hit slavery a death blow,
only to have tt boomerang on him.
El James Key of Greenville and
Rocky Mount, perhaps, aptly put it
When be said “God only allowed
Mo*#* to go so far in his mission
to deliver the Israelites; Moses
waa permitted to lead the people
to Where he could view the Prom
ised Land; but Joshua was chosen
to complete the journey after God
buried Moses by his own hand on
Mt. Nebo '
Elder Key concluded that God
permitted President Kennedy to
press vigorously for the passage of
the Civil Rights Bill; then suffered
him to be taken ruthlessly away
by a maniacal sssasin. leaving the
journey to the Promised Land of
excua* to stay away from church.
Two nights each week w* have
prayer service m our community.
Everyone is welcome to (tin.
ash and Birthday Celebration
Mr*. Bettie McFadden will en
tertain the Ladies' Willing Work
er* Community Club on Thursday
night, July 9th Her birthday Will
be celebrated at that time. All
member* are urged to be present
Th# Ladies Club will bold H*
annual picnic at Chavis Puli Sun
day. July 12 Meeting place: Tt!#
school earn pus at 2 pm. AU who
are net ready by two may meet
with’ua at thf park. Members, fam
ilies and their friends are invited
to come and have an enjoyable
Our tick arc all doing fairly well
at thtl writing. Visits and other
cheer is now in order.
Vkdtor From Aberdeen
Min Geo Clark from Aberdeen
haa bean the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Curtis and Mm Dora D.
Stroud for the past week. She re
turned home Tuesday of this week.
Mia* Ora Lee Pearson and Mias
Gloria Hogan spent the day Tues
day of last week and Tuesday of
thia w*9h visiting the Stroud and
th# Curtis families Mr*. Pearson
brought Mira Clark down and re
turned fir her
lb* young folks are roelly en
joying Mto recreation center this
Mae Marion Ramona Whit* tt
visiting in Durham.
Leak for ftt-lM* 0 "* 111 *
The win find them an th* time
tt you bring a smiling visage **
You'll meet a smite.
A Woman who drives from tit*
hack aaat of the car
R (he aubjeci of song, quip and
But you'll haw to admit
Mto* aa worse tha* the tian
Who cooks tram th* fuuag ream
ability and retiabiltty to paying
for these to the pleasure and prw
fit of all concerned.
Then. Gregory s firm advanced
to btiiklißg brick homes near Mto
first tot These ranged from around
312X00 upward. Queried about the
comparison of loss ratios in terms
of race', b* replied “we do not
keep figures by race; there s little
When Rocky Mount started th*
Good Neighbor Committee program
to grant 'white collar’ job* to
Negroes. First Federal Savings and
Loan led the way by employing
and training Miss Bernice Ellis one
year ago Today, her pleasant busi
ness-like smiie greets customers
along with other tetlcn. all at
whom mike -no courtesy distinc
tions in dealing with the public.
Thu*, integration ha* bean quietly
achieved at First Federal and the
company has enjoyed i “growth
during 1963 exceeding any period
in its history!"
full emancipation to be completed
by President Johnson, a southerner,
whose pushing of the measure waa
more effective—even more palati
able though more surprising—than
If accomplished by a Yankee ad
Although thousand* of hard-core
southerners will never forgive their
favorite son—Johnson—for pushing
for and signing the Civil Rights
Bill HR 7182. he has written an
other immortal page in U. S. his
tory and given new hope to twenty
million Colored Americans and at
least half of the other Americans
who believe in freedom for all
peopU. And, aa out prominent
citizen Said luda^. ’The bill has
given hope . to, aot alone the
Negroes, but to those whites who
have been timid about compliance
with the human laws of common
decency treatment of their darker
brothers; gave hope to those whites
who have been intimidated by the
Ku Klux Klan. White Citizens
Council and other arch seggies who
would ostracize the so-called 'lib
eral' white person.
One white woman replied to the
question of working beside colored
people by saying: if a 1 other things
are equal, she saw no objection
because her children—her most
prized possession—were attended to
dally by a eolored maid. In that
same vain It, l* recalled that in
most of Dixie, a white person had
to be mighty poor in finance not
to have a colored servant of some
description to give orders to, even
if they could only “pajF' them
with a little food left over from
the table and some old clothes to
take home (The writer knows this
first-hand from his childhood.) In
those days integration was the cus
tom rather the exception, only the
Negroes went in the back door and
then all over the bouse with an
apron or white coat on. And, if a
Negro was leading or carrying a
white child, he or she eould go
anywhere whites went.
That's why author-writer Harry
Golden of Charlotte, advocated the
colored persons wishing to attend
the better whit# theatres. It works.
Now that the HR 7152 Bill has
become the law es the land', tt
behooves us at Negroes to tidy our
selves up (leave off the hair-conk
tag because Mat makes us look
silly) with frequent bathing and
changes es clean clothes so that
era can ha as clean ae anybody etae
aa era enter tote new establish
ments to cat, worts or be enter
Let our reply to the Florida (St
Augustine) aeggte who was ae
pathetic in his attempt to belittle
us or make us angry on a radio
interview last week when he just
kept calling us 'N ' thus: "If
you —9i militate against Me be
cause I am ignorant, give me a
chance ahd I will learn; but if you
discriminate against me because of
my race or color, then 1 can do
nothing about that because God
has made me that way!”
With HR 7132 put into practice;
the fun m* es the ballot: member
ship In the NAACP and personal
eteanttneas es mind. body, soul and
mouth; with fslthftilnae* to * God
who “has brought (to thus for on
our way", we are bound to “Over
come Some Day—BOON
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Traifi that can go anywhere. Footweary
Visitor* at Milwaukee County Zoo got a
lift from this experimental rubber-tired
train developed by Allis-Chalmers. The j
Fresh Nectarines Glamorize Meat Loaf
Make a meat loaf one of your most tempting specialties simply
by making “Nectarine Meat Loaf.”
The moist ground beef, seasoned for summer appetites, has a
tangy, rich-looking topping of jellied cranberry saure and sliced
fresh nectarine* that Rtacee this meat loaf In a class by itself.
Heating juicy fresh nectarine*, whether for main dish** or «te=.
eeith. acients their natural fragrance and orchard.fresh flavor.
Beside glafobtiilni joui summer menus with this pereneial fruit
favorite from California, don't overlook the nnique pleasure of
eating fuzztee* fresh nectarine* mit of-hand any time o! day or night.
N- r Meat Leaf
f lb*, ground beef \\ cup finely ehepped onion
H eup ehlli sauce 1 «•"
\ eno* MW*t
, 2 teaspoons Woreeetershir
eup soft bread crumb. Dash Tabasco
2 teaspoon* salt 2 large or 4 medium size
! * teaspoon crushed marjoram fresh nectaHnto
Combine beef, chill sauce, eggs, crumbs, 1U teaspoons *.
marjoram and onion. Shape into loaf in large shallow well-gre: r l
pan. Bake in 359-degree (moderate) oven 45 minute*. Meanv hi »
beat cranberry sauce in saucepan until smooth; Mend in remain!- i;
salt. Worcestershire and Tabasco. frtel and slice nectarine- m
make 2 eupe. Btir fruit Into cranberry mixture; simmer 15 minute*.
Spoon half of sauce over meat loaf and bake II minutes longer.
Serve remaining sauce in bowl. Makes • to 8 servings.
Benson-Four Oaks News
BY MM. FLORENCE I. WYNN
BENSON —The 36th Annual Ses
sion of the Woman's Heme Mission
Convention of the Western Disci
ples of Christ wet held at Benton
ville Disciple Chureh, Rt 1, Four
Oaks, July The opening ses
sion began at 10:00 a m. on Friday,
with the devotional. The music
was by the convention choir. Open
ing remarks were made by th*
president, Mrs. Nettie Williams. In
troductory sermon: Rev. Robert
Williams, whose text was takes)
from Matthew, 25:10, subject. “Mis
sionaries. Are You Ready ". The
afternoon etwicn was opened with
devotion. The guest speaker era*
Mr*. Henor* Smith of Kinston Sat
urday’s session was alio opened
with devotional service, conducted
by the Mingle Hill Club. Berman
was by Rev. V. L. Ruffin. Text.
Matt, 19:10. subject, “Do yon knew
Him?- Afternoon devotion vtt
conducted by St James Club, after
which the business eemion was
held. The sum of 0701.11 was rais
ed. A one-day meeting will be held
on March 4th, 1963, at St James
Disciple Chureh to Benson. All
members who don’t attend their lo
cal elub meetings will not hav* a
voice th neither the one-day meet
ings nor the convention.
Eulogistic rite* were held last
Wednesday at St James Disciple
Church in Beftotot for Mr. Roger
Barfield. Survivors: mother. Mra.
Francis Barfield; wife. Mrs. Lets
Barfield; two sons. Messrs. Adetl
and Aaron Barfield; an* daughter.
Mis* Volene Barfield; one grand
est* h ter. Mtta Mildred Barfield, all
of Philadelphia, fte.; two sisters,
Mrs. Velma Evans, of Baltimore.
Md.; and Mrs. Booker Green of
unit was tested there and may go into pro
duction soon.. Similar units could find
‘‘homes'’ at shopping centers, airports,
motels r ■ ' ' idustrial plants.
Benson; three brothers. Mr How
ard Barfield of Richmond. Va
Messrs. Willie Barfield, and Hu
bert Barfield of Benson. Eulogy
was given by Rev. Robert William*
Interment was in the Branch Ceme
It Mrs. LUCILLE CHAVIS
RHAMKATTE Sunday School
opened at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, July
3. at St. John AMM Church with
the superintendent, Mr. George
Ttieket-. in chafg*. Meriting worship
began at II o’clock with the Rev
R. E Worthy to charge. He took
hia likt from DeuL I*:§. Hia subject
WiR “Von shall hot deal with un
elaan things.” The senior choir ren
dered the music, under the direc
tion dt Mb* Twites Melver, pianist.
BTU service wee postponed due
to the funeral of Mh William Pet
ttfortl Funeral services for the de
ceased were held et Watts Chapel
Church at 3 p.m. Th* family has
Our daapeat sympathy.
Rev. Worthy was aim aur 7 30
pjn. speaker. He apoke from “The
Ten Commandment*”. Mrs. Clydia
HIU is an aur sick UaL Mr William
Bailed tine. Mr. Luka Williams arc
abo shut-ins. Let (to all pray that
they will have a speedy recovery.
Visitors to the New York World
Fair Will find many displays de
picting CARE programs, presented
in spec* donated fey various exhi
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