RALEIGH. N. C . SATURDAY. JULY 28. 1981
jS C E N E
MU HAYWOOD HOSTS JCI'S
■JIB "-Raleigh. ehapt r of the John
•tOK'Cotinty Training School Asso
ciaifcn'jmct at the home of Mrs.
EitaSßßeywood. of N. Tarboro Rd
o n3qo»A*J, July 14, at 8:30 pm
Thraaitinc was wall attended and
thgr officer* tor tog year chosen a*
Mfr WjflUm A. bander* presided
owMUte election of officers.
.'MB* Officer* of tba organ Its
ttWr Mefade. Mr. Eddie M Ban
da?*; -president; vk*- president.
Mnt gatall Haywood 5 aecretary.
secretary. Mrs. Lucille Mor
gan: treasurer. Mr. Woodrow
upJHn LllUan Btardlratu.
wßnttr meetings are held each
TuaopOy after the second Sunday
to fiery month at 8:80 p m.
*jjjg tharmeftes Social Cluh re
eentfy sponsored a "Fin# Brown
Frame' contest at the Club 54. cor
ner of E Davie and S. Bloodworm
Strata. The idea came from an old
tag. recorded by Miss Nellie Lut
tbitr. railed "You've Got A Fine
Brow- Frame "
Mr. William Janet waa mai
ler of ceremony First prise wu
wan by Mho Carolyn Caldwelli
second went to Mlm Catherine
fcawllno; and Mist Jane Jeffries
waa awarded third prise.
Many younf women look part in
Mr. Hath D. Manama. Ha
Mfh. la engaaed to b* married
to Mtaa Pelcle Mao Norman, of
MM •Ottror Street Charlotte,
who is a nurse at Uftts Hos
pital The wadding will take
pise* AaguM Uth In Charlotte.
NtWSMANPLAfW WHS TO
£i Eoonta Boon* Parker,
Edna Baane. Mbs Peggy
i. their aiooe. and Matter
W aad■ Mi iibs iMaa Alam Imhilrw
MatJ IhOOflM, WIIP Illw NanOBT
evading guotta as Mr. Charts*
A Jos**, managing editor as
the OAROUNIAN. wha raoidee
It Mi Camden Street, hero.
Clinton, bat now radio hers.
Mho Bay** la s Junior at
Whtataw ialam Stag* Col lag#
MR. ARB Mid. BOY DUWBTON,
M and Mia. lay Dsnaton.
J K at Newark, N. J . ar* Mart-
Mg ha Raleigh thh waak. They
arrfVad has* datsrdap, Jaly 18.
imd *dl tears dssday. inly SR
fhi Dsnotosa arr vMtlng hla
Addle Pssmtan. and Mrs. tier
Thamal. raapaathraly, at 114 S.
laywaad Strati Mr. Donatos
Si Betas as Raleigh. Mrs
Mshatan I* Me former Mtoi Er
atys dasrbarangh, of Daytona
visitor pmom obebnsboso
Mr*. Mary Janes Andaraon of
« arrived In the city on
ffeimiap. te visit her mother. Mr*.
td& Janas (liter and broth ar-tn
laW. Ife and Mr* Delon Freeman,
afl aIMM M Bragg Street and her
bratoer. Mr. John lamaat Jonas
wha raaldaa at Ml 1. Bragg Btraat
Me* Andaraon. who formerly liv
ed in Raleigh, will be In this city
through the weekend. She la Me
wtit as Mr. Jam* Andaraon of
Ortt«fV>oro While hare, ah* • top
ped is at The CAROLINIAN tn any
Hilo" to her coutin. Mr. Cherla*
ilri«N rmoM miTON
Mr* Katie McDonald. MU* WO
MB** Leek. and Mr ftebert Draka-
MrS have Just returned from Bo*
MB, Mm wh«r# they have been
■mnilli | the Greet M« Calvary
him Church Convention.
MM S. B. Sharper of r\>wl* Bt
aa4 Bar granddaughter. Little Be-
Ut| IVanklln Merritt, celebrated
wjt Birthday* together recently
thdff aach received many nice and
kHjal preeent*. "Happy birthday*
Sharper end Little Mim
IMS. MILLS GBANDOArGHTtJt
Hr. and Mr* ClarthM Mill* have
as mm mm. ut muu nether
fit*. Henrietta MU* and grand
Maßßlr, Brenda lOIM M Btmlng-
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
! S/OS HILLSBORO STREET. RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA TEL. TE 4-1071
the con test.
THE LBS PINS HOLD PICNIC
The Le* Pins Neighborhood
Circle of the Battery Height* area,
held it* anruai picnic on Saturday,
The entire length of Co* St.
waa blocked off and made aafe
for children'* play throughout
the afternoon. And all of the
resident* on the west tide of
Cox Street yielded their facili
ties for the event
j The real fun began when at 4:o#
p m., approximately 30 children
J of the neighborhood enjoyed ■ de
: lightful treat of hot dog*, hambur*
j gera. soda pop. and ice cream Fol*
'lowing this they romped and play
ed into the early evening
At 8:30 p. m„ Mr* Anne Tollvef
presided over a brief businesa meet
ing. held for the ladle* on th*
lovely terrace of the Charles Rob-
I son's Mr* Hines of the Patio Gift
Shop gave tips on Chri»tma« de
corating. Following the meeting
each member wa* presented a copy
of the flrat Edition of the Neigh
borhood Bulletin, of which Mr!.
Toliver Is Editor In Chief.
Associate Editors are Mend*me*
Marguerite Exum and Harriet Web
ster. A. W. Solomon Sr I* Bualneaa
Manager of the Bulletin. ■
At 8:00 p. tn., the ladle* Jala
ed the men around picnic table*
and grllla an the spaolana hack
lawn of Dr. and Mr*. E W. Mc-
Dowell. Thera the graap enjoy
ad grilled Steaks and Hambur
gera. String Bean Salad. Baked
Baane, Bellahaa and Beverage*.
TN (ft.-, e* 43 p . Ao. . 4
a->u< ttag ►.• V. hitviowwi. • •• V** -
evening recreational facilitier In
cluding the beautiful new Tennis
C ourt on th* beak lawn of Dr. and
Mr*. C. L. Hunt wer* utilized.
A* the evening wore on the men
retired to the McDowaU's basement
where they engaged in sporting
game*. The ladle* moved into th*
apeciou* recreational room of the
Toliver* where they engaged la
progreaeive pinochle and bridge.
Mr*. Irene won high score pinochle,
Mis* Addle Lane won high oeore
bridge. Mr*. Anne Toliver won
host*** prize and Mr*. Olivia Wo
mae, *l*ter and guaat of Mr*. Toll*
ver received guest prize
Other guests attending th# affair
were; Mr. D. Rutherford of State*-
villa, gu«*t as the Tolivara; Mr*.
Hargrove, of Atlanta, Georgia, moth
er of Mr*. McDowell. Mr*. Jaenne
Hottzrlaw and children, of Wilm
ington. alatar of Mr*. Harriot Web
ater, Mr*. C. J. Barbar and Mias
Dorothy Lana, as Raleigh, and Miaa
Addie Lana, horn* for th# summer,
from New York. ,
TASTBB DlFFEß—that’* why
practically every girl who wants
to get married finds a man who
Juat suit* bar.
WHAT YOU DON’T worry about
keep* aomaane els# awake.
-Campm Classict ■ ■ ■
In schools and college* amiss the
ration-Country Cloths* by Pm*
dleton art a back to-school tMra
requiaits. Paired to excel la
campoa good looks are theaa ter
rifle teammates. The belted-baak
Herringbone sleeveless Jumper
takas a dean v-plung# over a
striped turtleneck Sweater of
fine-gang* wool. YeeV lore the
easy elegance of Pendleton's fall
’ki collection of cunapt end
classic campus casuals. And. re
member, Pendleton considers
your fashion needs ns well at
your budget. For study hours or
extra curricular activtlM,<iiinea
lOOti virgin wool Country
Clothes by Pendleton gad Walk
away with top honors. At favored
department and tpecialtp abated
throughout the L'.S.A,
What is Doing Around Town!
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SHAW'S TRUSTEE BOARD IN SESSION Members of the Shew University Trustee
Board met recently and approved preliminary plans lor the construction ot high-tise binding com
plexes for academic and residence use at Shaw University. Some ot the members, left tt> tight ;
Mrs. t. Sea mans, Durham; Councilman John W. Winters, Raleigh; William N. Jones, Elisabeth
City; the Reverend Warren Carr, Durham; the Reverend E. Thodore Jorm. Valley Forge, Be.; Dr,
Ellen 3. Alston, secretary to the board; Dr. John W. White, chairman ot the board; Dt. Cheek,
(standing); J V. Parham, business manager; Dr. Paul H. Johnson, chairman, executive commit *
tee, the Reverend Howard L. Mitchell, Getesville; Dr. Jasper Freeman, Norfolk, Virginia, and Dr.
John R. Larkins, Raleigh.
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SHAW'S SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS EXHIBIT ART This h a part ol the Art
exhibit held on Shaw University's campus in the art studio, Wednesday, June IS. Viewing the ex
hibit are, lelt to right : Mrs. Annie Mae Stencil, Fayetteville; Mrs Frances Fields, Clinton; Miss
Christina Everette, Clinton, and Miss Evelyn Edwards, Raleigh. Miss Victoria A. Morris is the
*6 Lard, ferg iv# ear MM
new Sa the frusta Thee beet
glean at Milts ea I evar we
aay. I have ee talent. Opea ear
eyas ta ear paastbUiuea. that we
mag [tSi ourselves to their fal
ftllasenL Great ns peMaaos this
day when tatsrrnpttoaa eeear.”
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday Bahool began at 9:30 s.m
The supartatendant Mr Phillip Al
ston. waa In charge Morning wor
ship started at 11 o'clock with the
senlar chair In charge of muale, un
der the direction of Miss Jsegueline
Mitchell. A very inspiring sermon
was delivered hv the Rev. Mrs
Bridgeanan. The congregation en
CHIOS BAPTIST—Church School
began at 10 o'clock with the super
intendent. Mb. Walter Price. In
charge. Mom mg worship began at
11 SO with the senior choir in charge
Momtng worship started at 11:33 a
m. srith the astuor ehoir in charge
of musts. under the dirccttea of
Mrs. Nettie Harrington: and organ
isi Itr. WHlta Henderson The pea
tor. the Rev. E Mason, brought a
very helpful sermon
LILY OS THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST _ Sunday School
began at 10 oVlock with the super
intendent. Mr. Mack Arthur. In
charge. Morning worship started at
11J# am. srith congregational Stag
in| and the paster. Rev Lester Riv
ers. in charge. Re also raid the
Come to Church
BY MRS MAY L. BROADJK
I morning lesson and led members in
prayer, and delivered an encourag
ST. ANNAH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Church School began at 10
o'clock. Supt W H. Lyons, Sr. was
In charge Morning worship started
at 11:30 with the eenlor choir in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mrs Docia Smith, and or
ganist. Mr Charlie Prince Morn
ing leeson was read by the pas
tor. Rev L T Ford from the Book
of St. Luke. 34th chapter, versee
Morning prayer «•*» given bv the
Rev. Odell Young The sermon was
delivered by the pastor the Rev
L. T. Ford His subject sm, ' Stay
In the Road "
The afternoon sermon wa* deliv
ered hv Bishop Sanders, pastor of
the Jesus House of Prayer. Durham
He preached a wonderful sermon,
which w as follow ed by eemmunion
YOirNC'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Sunday School opened
at 9:90 a m with the superinten
dent, Mrs. Delle R Ford, in rhsrge
Morning worship began at II o'-
clock, with the. senior choir In
charge of. music, under the direc
tion of Miss Myrtle A Rhodes
Morning leeson and prayer were led
by the guest minister, the Rev Miss
Bell. High Point, who also deliver
ed the morning message from the
Book of Pfelfos. Ilf Her subiert
was. “Walking with the Lord" El
der Ughtsey is pester
ST MATTHEW AMT - Church
School began at 9:19 a m with (he
superintendent Mr. Robert La sane,
in charge. Morning worship began
at II a'clock with the Gospel Cho
rus to charge of music, under the
direction of Mrs. Marie Riddick,
and organist. Mm Reas Mary B
Walton Morning Item and prayer
were given bp the pester, the Rev
J. T. Epps, who also brought the
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Bunday School opened at 9:30 a
m. with the superintendent. Miss
Nanis Morgan, In charge Momtng
worship began at ll o’clock with
the aenior choir In eberft of mu
sic. under toe direction of Mis*
Ranis Morgan; and organist. Mrs.
M. M Kelty. with the new pastor,
(he Rev Neeee Smith, in charge of
the services He brought a wonder
ful sermon which was enjoyed by
OBBRUN BAPTIST - Church
School began at 9:80 with the su
perintendent, Mr. Walter Curtiss, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 a’ctock with the Junior ehoir in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Mary G. Pulley; and
organist. Mr Gaston Pulley; and
paster, the Rev. J. P. Dempsey,
brought a wonderful sermon.
FAST C ONGREG ATIGNAL
CHRISTIAN—Sunday School open
ed at 1:10 a m with the superinten
dent. Mr. Sherman Lewis, to charge
Monting worship began to 11 O'-
clock With the senior choir in
fnngig is nil tor Efim Jl —*■-
Qnir|f w Diunc, uuUf i ui* air*r -
Won M Miss Brenda Kee. with Hie
children's sermon being given by
the amistant pastor, which was fol
lowed hjr the regular sermon, also
bp the assistant paetor. the Rev
MM Ruth Brand om The Rev H
Cunningham Is paetor.
TOPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIET
—Church School opened at t-.W a.
m. wMh the Superintendent Mrs.
Dorothy Allen, in charge Morning
worship began at 11 o'clock with
the senior choir to charge of mu
sk. under the direction of Miss Vat
ican Myers The morning lemon
was read bp toe paetor. the Rev
D It Reward, who also brought
Hie morning miss age to to* con
gregation. Morning proper was of
fered bp Deacon Melvin Davis
, FIRST BAPTIST—Sender School
began at AM am. with the super
intendent. Mr. V. H. Taylor. Sr, m
charge- Morning worship began at
rharga of music, under toe direc
tion *f Mrs. M T. James; and min
ister *f muter. Mrs E M M Kelly
Seltete wad tot Martha Tabren.
The f tog intovi reading eras tod by
the toMssant paster, toe Rev W.
Minter, who also led morning les
son hum thf Book Os 1 Car. *l-7. j
Morning proper was adored by toe
Rev. J. A. Lester A vary encourag
ing Mutton wa* delivered by toe
paster, the Rev. C. to. Ward Rib
subject was. “Cbiiatean DisrtpHn* -
BTC began at • o'clock Srith the
icoder. Mr. Prank Rlbton. inch -jc
The evening leaaea was road by i
the R*v Mtes Ruth Braltekvn. at
distant pastor of First Congrega- ]
tlocal Christian Church A very 1
good message was delivered by the I
Rev. William Minter, asfstant pas-
P#t* Oiittfoif living
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BY MRft. A. H. THORPE
LOOK. LOOK. LbOK'
"If you want to be distressed lbOk
If you want t 6 be defeated, lodk
If you want to be distrusted, lodk
If you want to M dismayed, look
If you want to be delivered, look
If you want to be delivered, look
If you want to be delighted, look
Mrs Maggie Rhodes, formerly of
Hits city, now living in New York
their house guests over the week
tor Hi* subject was. “What is our
RUSH METROPOLITAN AMEE
—Church School began at 9:4S am.
The superintendents. Messrs. Leslie
Campbell and Jessie Degraßcn
reidt were to Charge. The Junior
Church services wire conducted bp
Rev. Shelby Taylor. The regular 11
o'clock worship services were con
ducted by the pastor. Rev. T. R.
Harris Music was furnished by toe
senior choir, with Mrs. Pauline Co
field Burton at toe organ. Rev. Har
ris delivered a powerful gospel
message, having Chosen his dis
course from toe following passage
of scripture. Rev, 3rd chapter and
i toe 80th verse. Theme was ‘‘Christ
i la Standing at toe doer asking to
be admitted to." This message waa
indeed timely and on the strength
of it. 8 people joined (he church.
At 7SO pin.. the evening services
wer* held and Ae peatbr. Rev. Har
ris once again gave a fine lhTiwege
Mrs Annie H. Thofpe is church re
LINCOLN PARK ROLlNtt* -
Sunday School was held at 10 o'-
clock with the superintendent. Mr.
Arthur Williams, in charge. Mbftt
ing worship teamed it 11 eClock.
The part Or. Rev. Eli Ratcliff deliv
ered a wonderful sermon. His text
was from the Bth chapter as St
John. “God delivers us beyond ean
demnstion." Music was by the sen
ior choir, accompanied hy Mrs.
Margaret Nichols Ratcliff. Rev.
Hardy, pastor of Hatchet Grove
Grove Church. Momsville. wa*
guest speaker in the evening.
SMITH TEMPLE rRKtWILL
BAPTIST—Sunday School began at
10 o’clock with the superintendent
Mr Elbert Sanders, in charge.
Morning worship started at 11 o'-
clock with the senior choir in
charge 0( to* mime under Hie di
rection es Mra Mint*, and Mrs Hai
der. The mernage waa brought by
the Rev Mr Cagle el Southern
Pine*. Hi* text wa* taken team
Eplteatana The pastor. Rev. J. D.
Ray. Is on vacation.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday School began at 1* o'clock.
Subject iltsruaaed waa; tied deliv
ers Rr people." Morning warship
services started at 11 a dock, with
(ha etogreSeUta singing. “Down at
the Creek" Scripture waa read hr
Hte patter, ftnnmnrrmaat* war*
made and toteteonary offering wa*
token up The paster BoTV fe.
Spencer, delivered a naiarfal
mesas(e His subject was "Losing
to gam- A* I p*. Rev Mr Hor
ton from Dak Grove Baptist Church
rendered service BTU was held at
My Lady's Doings
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In And Out Os Town
end. their daughter. Mr*. Mary
Francis Davis and granddaughter,
Pamela of New York City. AlsP
Mrs. Degtaffenreldt’t Sister, Mr*.
Berdi M. Lambert, and tens, Jerry
City, is visiting her sister, Mr*.
Jennie Johnson, of MO E. Cabarrus
St She it accompanied by her
grandchildren, Alvis Jr. and Ann
Mr. and Mra. Jessie Degrmffen
reidt of 734 Bundle Drive had as
and Kenneth, all of Hew York City.
HOMS FROM HOSPITAL
Mr. W. Harry Ligoft Os 9813 Bed
ford Ave, husband of Mrs. Ger
trude McGuire Ligon is b4gk at
home after having spent sometime
in the Veterans Hospital in Dur
ham. Wa With for him a speedy
VISITS AUNT AND BISTER
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. WestbrOok,
and children, es Norfolk, Va. ware
in Hte etty recently visiting Hteif
aunt Mr*. Lillian Rattle of 330 1-3
E Cabarfus St., then left sos lUMp
Hill to vIPM their sister. Mr*. Mamie
Mrs. Lydia Thomas Wall of ffrfcgh
ington. D. C, and Children, were
m the etty recently visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Thom
as of 1313 POOle Rd. The gram*,
children are spending Hte MttmHr
HOLD* FAMILY BBUIHON
The McClain Family of Harnett
County (Lillingtonl held a family
reunion li*t Sunday After attend
ing church service, they all amam
bled at Hte school where tom tat
down to e delicious dinner there
were a number of relatives and
rrteftde On band to Join in thie af
ter. They were ee tettew*: Raw.
and Mrt 3. ft ftfeCny of Lifltof
ton. Mr. and Mra. S. D. McCleen of
Durham. Rev. and Mra D. N. Mc-
Clain of Lillington and Mrs Lethe
McMillan of Fayetteville.
Grandchildren; Mr. and Mra Mai
vin McClean of New York CMP.
Mra Dorothy Wilson and Mra
Vonle McClean of Washington. D.
c. Mra useae Mtnan*si. ms
Blanche McAllister. Mis* Mary &
Patterson and Mra Ransom Patter
son. all of Hampton. Va; Mra Alda
McCuller Os Rslei#L
Other guests included ID. aod
Mrs J D Cobh of Raleigh. Each
of them expressed themselves as
having enjoyed a delightful even
tog and s sumptuous repart
VISIT RELATIVES AND IRttKUS
Mr. and Mra Willie Harris, form
erly of this etty, new rrnirling in
Washington, ft. C. were In Hte City
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RALEIGH. N. C.
Honor Roll For
Shaw University's honor toll te
th* second tern ester ha* Men fe
taied & the Registrar. StudMU
Uitaa ire as fellows.
rtaSBHMEN: Motelle Dolby. Wil
ton Smith, Mary Uppertoab. fta
lelgh; Vera J. Alton. Wake forest;
tew aw* A Stag.- &«»«**•- r.-a Sk-. ' - teas
■MV Alstons Fiuiooro, srnia nk*
if, Greenville: Kermit Britt. Gora
pealtej Betty Bfyaatt, BylYa: Will
iam Freeman. Cbleralh; Alible M,
HIU. lit. ©live; Joan Uuflhidg-
Muse. Greenville; Dana TlSba.
ShgleWobd, N. J.; LllUifi tueker,
GreenVilto; Harry D. White, Cdlum
ton. Linda WUaah. Ratol|»; Ahhia
Abbott Rattiii, Collie Cdtomin.
Bailey; Miry 1. Dotson, Mitftoek.
Maryland; Svi Griridjr. Chita pfike,
Virginia: Chitlta Gray, fthtandnt
Pa.; Jain It. Hoiaaf, tehuton;
Martha ft. JiiMtah. Lantbifton;
Pamela Laeewell. Claytoh; Rathe
rin« Limb, Corapeake. Minhia
Mitchell, Newifk. N J; Shktoy A.
Mom, Bridgeport, Conti; Andfi
Owtat Morgafiton; Raymond Rod
riquez. Nta York; Joyce Roll*,
Miami. Fli.; fttiby Seabrooß,
Charleston. S. C: Lawrence Shack
leford. Wake Forest; Candis WilL
lams. Warrenton; Rachel L. Will
iams. Leeksvllle, Sandrta WUUitnf.
JUNIORS: Jacqueline Carr. Si
reh K Sfeltti. Rilelirh; John ft.
Carey Buckingham, Va.; Jacqueline
Chesney, Gdleton; Eater J. Crayton,
Newport News, V*.; LUiwood Driv
er, Pwtaftiduth. Vi.; Jacquelyn Ed
mond, Camden. N. J.; Annie Ferrell.
Eebulon; Iris J. GoUlday. St. LCuis.
Missouri; Victoria HaynCs. White
vUle; M*xine Hendricks. Warren
ton; Hattie Laughinhouse. Green
ville; J*me« A. Maya. Firmville:
Frederick Ouka. Kenya. E. Africa;
William Parker, Wilson; Willie
Rhines. Summit. N. J.; Judy H
Robinson. Garland; Richard W.
Styles. Waterbury, Conn.; David
Sure. Kisil. Kenya; Robert L Tir.n
in, RoaerhOnt Pa.; Lorraine Vaugha
Lorretta Vaughn, Newark. N J ;
Annette Walker, Durham. Nancy
M. Wilton, Garysbufg; Tony L.
Whitehead, Franklin, Virginia;
Luetta B. Williams, Fayetteville;
Peggye William*, Morrisville: Nell
ie Womble. Bear Creek, Willie Gene
Wood*, Preston, Maryland.
SENIORS: Dallas Foster. Beatrice
C. Mial, Raleigh; Donald Bowman.
Hampton; Suaie W. Brown, Greens
boro; Ruethenia Duncan, Brooklyn,
N. Y.; Blanche Edward*, Woodland:
Mary E. Jenkins, Cameron; Charles
Michael, Leiflngton; Quincy Scott,
Norfolk, Vi.; Geraldine Simpson,
Springfield Gardens. New York;
Matjorie Watts, Columbia; Peggy
A. Williams. Wllabn; James E.
recently rUlttog relatives and
REVIVAL BERVICBB IN
Revival aarvicea are tn paa»eta
at Rttoh Metropolitan AMR Sion
Church. Th* Bair. J. P. Mu»nghr«y,
as Wadasboro, la the gueet gpaaker.
We tovita you to aacM ant and hear
tola rant speaker.
Consult Ub lor l*ROM>h
Prompt it Sorvioa
Phone TE 4-5558
518 B. Martin Street
Raleigh, N. C.
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