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CATTAOT WILSON, WiH VISIT Her cousin, Mies OlUe Hickman of
Capteta Bernard WMean end New York City, accompanied her
wife apent We week and with home. We hope Mias Hickman will
his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Fer- enjoy her stay in Raleigh,
ful wiUan 4Hi Pull • 1 * "*—*
They left Sudsy te rttt Mr. RETURNS TO CHICAGO. ILL.
add MMI Jeehna Basso— k Mrs. Peggy O. Edwards of
PowellayUle. Fr«W there, they Chicago. 111., has returned
- ill v u) wav Twk wi she home after spending the sum-
Warid's Watr mer here. She was attending a
t The tmu mm hi Summer Workshop at St. Ang
el Mrs. wam."* nstlne’s College. Mra Edwards
or ms. - waa also (ha house guest of
- Mr. and Mra. Jaaae L. IV-oad-
KALEIOH NATTVE PETS nas at D-4 Washington Ter-
lrt-Lt Bernard WOaan. Raleigh
native, was promoted to Captain on AIRMAN. MRS WHITTAKER
July 31st, at Maxwell Air Faroe visit parents
Base. Alabama. Ha and hie wife Airman Ut Class Isaiah Whitaker,
will return te California after their son of Mr. and Mra. James whit
v» cat ion. taker. 1001 Pool* Road, spent aever
. ■■ m» ■' el day* visiting his psnents last
FIRST PRIZE WINNER week Isaiah hsd a special surprise
tfr. f r - for his mother and father. Ho was
E. MX* BSj»|«g||daS gpu married on Saturday. August 1. to
*?”* **ty» *» jy the formsr Miss Barbara Daniels
W.‘ .■ * lading ladnstrtal Ed- 0 f Albany. Georgia, end arrived in
ton Ihlkl this city with her the next day
X! 1 .fiyr* 7 ' the only CAROLINIAN news
. ""il_ w —. * hey ever to win a trip to the
"■■■ sißMßiw —• WerM >setae. He aeeempllshcd
tab feat by canstotentiy selling
esnsimw auw 111 papers per week fer several
NEW YOBH esenths. A IMS graduate es
him TlsVi Iferissid Oran vllle Ugea High School, blah snter-
TwreeajC* lutaraed home after «*M -ndw «ke ius year
voting Tell til— th New York ead Is BOW sUtloned at Turner
Clty. ifi vtattad many Biaaee es Air yeree Base, near Albany,
lntorastjTtflo % itoWCttF“. Q*nd*
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Funeral sarvtoa Sir Mr. Laray
•rowa. who dted Sunday at hto
bean. 3509 Fltagarald Read, were
hrid Thumday at I p. a. at tbs
First Baptist Church.
The Bev. C. W. Ward aOtetetad
sad burial fallowed te Mount Hope
C Bundv«to Inc hide his wifs, Mrs.
Jessie J. Brown, of tea home; his
anther, Mrs. Cteorgta E. Brown, of
Raleigh; and eoa son. Mr. Laray K
Mown of the U. S, Artty (IVonce)
tJrscp at 40T S- INwmi st
dted Thursday at Wake MsmorUl
Hospital, ware held Sunday at 3£o
p. as. at Tuppar Memorial Baptist
Church. The Rev. a N. Howard
officiated. Burial followed to Mount
•uvtvors an ana daughter. Mr*.
Hassle Murphy. «f Retelgb: 4
Hrolham Mean*. Jamas Bridges
at Washington. D. C; Lonnie
Bridges as Oroenshoro. Olay and
Ihriua Bridges, both of Halatglu d
Grandchildren and II Grant Grand
MR. JAMBB FRIERSON
Funeral services for Mr. Jan—
Frierson. 101 who died Wednesday
at his home. 1119 S. Blood worth Si.
war* MM Suaday at 140 pm. at
Mount Hebe Church. The lev.
Harman Mitchell officiated. Burial
fallowed. In Mount Hop* Cemetery.
Burvtftes Include hto wife. Mrs.
Buste Pfteroon. of the home; on*
•an. MR Qeerge Frtaroan, as Ba
|llngjU]\ London Tower Gin
\ Ch«rl» •< Ga. Ik*. Hi*-. A*-* Fmj^
Pepei-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
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teigh, and one brother, Mr. George
Frierson, of Naw York City. .
sane. LORSNA COFIELD
Funeral services for Mrs. Loren*
CafleM. who died Thursday In
Lumherton. were held Sunday at
3: p. m. at the Black River Orove
Baptist Church In Angler Burial
followed In Sanford.
Survivors Include bar husband.
Mr. Laray Cofield of Fuqua y two
sons, Mr. Leroy CeflsUL Jr. of Fu
quay; and Mr. Melvin L. Cofield
of Oxford; one stator. Mrs. UUte
M. Star of Washington, D. C: two
brothers. Messrs. Oeors* Morris of
Fayetteville, and Emeat Morris of
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Ut. SAVINGS BONOS
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WENDELL - The Lees' Cross
Road Baptist Church here was the
setting Saturday afternoon. July 11.
as Mias Janie E. Watson and Mr.
William Henderson Clayton pledg
ed their marriage vows Is t I o'-
if* spjk ..
s’"''- ' 4
f ; f • *'! l! V/. j
MRS. WILLIAM H CLAYTON
click doublering ceremony.
Officiating was the Rev. Nilous
M Avery of AshsvlUe. 1
The bride la the daughter of Mr.
end Mrs. L. Barney Wateon es Wen
Palms and carnations warn the
floral decorations of the chancel,
liter sparaad with candelalabre.
holding lighted tapers. A prayer
iKir wit und.
Wedding music waa provided by
Mr. J. W. McLean, and Mrs N. M.
Jonas, vocalists, and Mm. J. W. Mc-
Given In marriage by her father,
the bride wore a formal gown of
white silk organic and vanaaa lacs
scoop neckline, long d eaves, tap
ered to point over hand and prln
Her three-tiered veD of import
ed silk illusion was attached to a
coronet of baby aaed pearls. She
carried a white satin Bible with
hybrid orchids dtowered with
staphanotis. satin ribbon, and tulle.
Mrs Ernest O. lemberth attend
ad her alster as matron of honor.
She wore a lima bellarana gown
with a scoop neckline, cap sleeves,
lace bodice and full chiffon skirt
£ar hat was a cluster of small lime
lilies with a circular veil. She car
ried a crescent bouquet of white
BY MRS. MAY L. HROADIB
"O God. .far auk hew es
dronolr for each dark
night of the Soul, there Is the
radiance of Thy watchful love.
So establish us In the Faith
that In every experience of life
we may shew forth thy praise.
Help us. deer Father, this day
to live more nearly as ws
—Church School began at 9:30 a.
m with the acting aupt., In
charge Morning worship began at
11 am. with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mias Val Jean Myers.
Responsive reading was read by
the Rev. Qeorgs Robinson. Due to
the pastor being on vacation the
serman was delivered by the Rev.
Robinson, who spoke from the
33nd Div. of Fsalms and it wee
enjoyed by all present.
The pastor, officers, members
and friends of the church are in
deep sympathy with the family of
the late Mra Ella B. Oreene. who
was funerallied Sunday. The pas
tor, Rev. D. N. Howard, officiated.
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Sunday School began at
10 aih. with the aupt.. Mr. W. H.
Lyons, Sr., In charge. Worship
service every first and third Sun
day. You are always welcome to
worship with us at this time.
ST. MATTHEW AME—Church
School began st 9:80 a m. with
Uu. Sri»L’. LL. L.'u r .fc in
charge. Morning worship sendee
began at 11 am. with the senior
choir In charge of the music, un
der the direction of Mr. D. R.
Leach, and organist. Miss Marga
ret Holt Morning prayer by the
Rev. George Perry. A wonderful
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor. th# Rev. J. F. Epps.
CHRISTIAN—Sunday School be
gan at the usual hour with the
Supt., Mr. Sherman Lewis. In
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11 am. with the junior
choir la charge of the music, un
der the direction of Mrs. Pearl W.
Smith. A wonderful sermon was
delivered by the assistant pastor,
the Rev. Miss Ruth Brandon. Eve
ryone was pleased at the message
delivered by herg
WILSON TEMPLE METHO
DIST Chureh School began at
9:30 am with the *upt.. Mias
Nante Morgan, in charge. Morn
ing worship service began at 11 a.
m. with the tots and Junior cho.ri
In charge of the music directed
by Mrs. Geraldine Morgan.A very
Inspiring sermon was delivered by
the pastor, the Rev N. E. Smith.
It was enjoyed by all present.
YOUNOS MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME - Church School be
gan st 9:30 am. with the supt.,
Mrs. Della R Ford, in charge.
Morning worship service began at
the usual hour with the senior
choir In charge of the music, un
der the direction of Miss Myrtle
A. Rhodes. The pastor. Elder
Ltghtsey. brought to the congrega
tion a very spiritual sermon. He
took his text from Luke. 21:1. His
subject was. "Look Up To Jesus’’
Everyone was well-pleased with
WILLIAMS QROVE BAPTIST
—Church School began st 9:30 a.
m with Mr Phillip Alston, supt,
and pmk carnations
The bridesmaids werv Mrs Ro«,v
had Call inland Miss Clara Wat
son Os Clayton. Mra Joyce Middle
tan and M .aa Ann* Barn** of Snuth
ftold. Mrs Eva Clayton at Warran
tor and Mis* Mary Coffey of Wen
They wore shell pink dresses end
halt fashioned like that of the hon
or attendant ead carried cascade
bouquets of white end pink earns-
Dons. Kryste Avery, niece of the
bride, wee flower girl. Christy
Clayton, niece of the groom, was
Junior bridesmaid. Curtiaa Cofield.
Jr . nephew es toe bride, waa ring
Attorney T. T. Clayton of War
ronton. brother of the bridegroom,
waa heat man- tfshere were Ernest
Lambert end m Joyner of Smith
field. Mkrion Hinton and Matthew
Hesrtley, Jr. es Clayton. Avant
Coleman of Wilson and Herbert
The Triitrttni woe followed by s
reception In the Carver Elementary
School auditorium. Wendell. Mr
end Mrs Harold Crews served at
the guest beak table.
A graduate of WUUam Mason
fiwpar High School in Clayton, the
bride received the A3, degree
from Shaw University, Raleigh.
She to new employed in the John
ston County Public School system.
Out-of-town guests st the wed
ding wwot . Mr. end Mrs. w. D
Bryant end Dr. ead Mrs. D. M.
Clayton end children of Roxborv;
litas Jeannette Crewe and Mrs.
Nettle ibrreD of Bound Brook. N.
J, Attorney end Mrs. T. T. Clay
ton and children of Warren ton;
Rev. ami Mrs. C M Cofield and
children of Lexington. V* Rev.
end Mrs K. M Avery and children
of Asheville. Mr L B Watoon. Jr.
of Brooklyn. N Y. Mr end Mrs.
James A. Watson end children of
Fredertrkburg. Vs . and Pvt Frank
lin E Watson of Fort Devons. Mesa.
bn charge. Morning worship eerv
ioes began at ll o’clock with the
junior choir In lharge of the mus
ic. under the direction of Mtaa
Jacqueline Mitchell. A very enjoy
able sermon was delivered by the
guest minister, the Rev. Mr. Dur
ham. Everyone enjoyed the man
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School began at 10 aA.
with the supt.. Mr. Walter Price,
In charge. Morning worship began
at 11 a. m. with the senior, choir
in charge of the music, under the
direction of Mra Nettle Harring
ton, and organist, Mr. Willi* Hen
derson. The sermon waa delivered
by the pastor, the Rev. E. u “*~
OBERLTN BAPTIST Church
School began at 9:00 aJB. with
the aupt.. Mr. Walter Curtk n
charge. Morning worship began at
11 am. with the senior choir te
charge of the music, under the
direction of Mrs. Lucille Camp
bell. A very wonderful sermon wee
delivered by the guest minister,
Rev. Mr. Walton. The Rev. J. P.
Dempsey to the pastor.
LILY OP THE VAIUY BAP
TIST Sunday School began at
10 am. with the aupt. lfr. Mask
Arthur In charge. Morning wor
ship began at 11:30 a. m. with Mm
congregation singing due to the
absence of the minister and the
choir. A wonderful prayer and
song sendee wtu* enjoyed bj a!!.
The Rev. Letter Rivers to the pae
SMITH TEMPLE BAPTIST
Church school began at 10 am.
with the supt., Mr. Elbert Ban
dera, In charge. Morning worship
began at 11 am with the Rev.
Ray conducting the. eerriee. and
the chorus In charge of the music,
under the direction of Meads mee
Smith and Holder. Scripture les
son was taken from SC John, 11:-
35-30. Rev Ray brought a wander
ful message from St Matthew.
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday
School began at 0:90 with the
sput., Mr. W. H. Taylor. Sr.. In
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11 a. m. with the senior
choir in charge of the music un
der the direction of Mra EMM.
Kelly, minister of music. Call to
worship was given by the pastor,
Rev. c. W. Ward, responsive read
ing was also given tor the pastor.
Morning lesson and prayer by the
Rev George Welters. He read
from the Book of St. Matthew, 7:-
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MR. AND MRS. CALLIS N. BROWN
... wad in horn* ctrmnatty hen.
Are Solemnized Here
Ida Grace Deborah With of
Raleigh, tad Mr. Callla Napolk
Brown, of Durham, were united ia
the eecrament of holy matrimony
on Sunday. July IX all g. a. a a
the home of the bride at «« Quar
ry gueet Raleigh, with Father
David & mckanoa frteeNn
charge of Saint Tltae fcteopel
Church, of Durham, a* celebrant
The bride k the SaaghUr of
Mr. and Mu dark taw es
lekigh. Ik* gneae k Me eea
es Mr. wad Mru Ayteh AJkn
1-30. A very tnepirlng sermon was
dettvsrod by the Rev. Wallen, ae
ro—at oaator of Paris St Pres
byterian Church. He used as his
stobjeot “The Church As A Be
BTU was held at i pm. with the
leader. Mr. Prank Hinton. In
in charge. Evening worship began
at 6:43 pm. with Rev. W. A. Min
tar. a arista nt paster, delivering
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS -
Church School began at 10 o’clock
with the oust. Mr. Arthur WU-
Hams, te charge- The morning
worship ggrrice bagsiL Immediate
ly after thg *iri*T Meson
waa over. The Rev. Mrs. Mary
Cotton delivered the me—ga. She
spoke from “Let Not Your Heart
Be Troubled". Muels was rend—d
tar the Rmlor choir, under the dt
raetton of Mrs. Fannie Weehlng
tooTwtth WUUam Ratcliff at the
yi*iw Rev. Jan— Robertson waa
fuaat speaker te the evening am
ice. The pogtor is the Rev. SU
RUSH METROPOLITAN AME
ZOOM Sunday began at
0:40 amt. Mr. I—He Osmphel.
aupt, te charge. The tenter
v loos were Jjy
Rev. Bh*oy Taylor. The regular
morning worship service waa con
ducted bp Mm pastor, Rev. T. K
Harris. Marie was furnished by
the junior choir, with Mrs. Ethel
Jeffreys at the eoneete. Rev. Har
ris delivered a fine mwsgre Hi*
text was taken from 8L Matthew,
the 35th chapter, and the Mb
At 4:30 pm., Group NO. I. of
which Mra. Marie Moore to presi
dent. entertained at a "Rainbow
Tea** In the Educational Depart
ment of the chureh. The affair
turned out to be a marvelous suc
cess. At 7:30 pm. evening serv
ices bsgan. Mia. Annie Thorpe to
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Church School began at 11 o'clock
with the assistant supt. Mr. L. J.
Weldon, in charge. Morning wor
shte followed Immediately with
the senior choir In charge of the
music. The pastor, the Rev. 8. R
Spenoer, delivered a very wonder
fid sermon, from the Book of Ro
mans. 9th chapter. His subject
waa “f- a v e d by the Blood."
After the sermon. Rev. Ray served
the oonanunlon. The chureh was
happy to have many visitors.
B. T. U. was held at 6:30. The
Morning Star Quartet rendered
music. A wonderful BTU lessor,
The bride, gtven in marriage W
her father, chayel-iength
wUt^^araT I ■kfTa'hhSt draped
bodice with three tell Mirk o^eflh
BY MRS A. H. THORPE
THE BEST FOB MB
I know not what the future holds
But what is mine I know that Prov
idence will give:
And I will judge it fins
I cannot always have tbs things
tbet I may think 1 should.
But whether more or 1— success.
I it will be good.”
VtaMtag to City
Mr. and Mrs. Geerge Faueett,
formerly of flits city, now living
In New York City, were bare tost
week visiting relatives end Blends.
Also seen about town was Mr. Sam
uel Faueett else of N. Y.
Onsets at Parents
Mrs. Mery Leu Brooks and son.
Vernon, of Washington, D. C were
la the city lrot week-end visiting
jfs - '
RECEIVES HUMBLE AWARD
which lessens the ehaaees es as
ddental float osauWtosie hi ana
section es the company's Baton
Range (LentaUna) refinery,
where Mr. Seett is eanpleyed In
teal Pegnrtesent. Mr. Scott te
Springs Boat, near Baton
Bonge. He Joined Base Stand
ard OH Company, new part es
Humble. In 1943 at the Baton
Rouge phmt. the nation’* larg
est oil refinery.
wax flower girt They both wort
similar formal gowne es lilac and
Allen O. Brown, Jr., at Durham,
and brother of the groom, was beet
men. Ushers were Ranald Raid, of
Raleigh, and J. C Scarborough, HL
MTs. Ann Hunt Jones, soloist,
who provided music for tea cere
mony. sang, "Through the Years.”
“Ave Maria." and Th* Lord’s
Prayer." She was accompanied by
Mies Brenda Kee. organist, who
also provided music for the wed
The background tor the altar
was romp need of an arrangement
of two seven branched candelabra
sets, mounted floral sprays of Chrys
anthemums, stephenotas, gladtoM.
palms sad terns.
A reception immediately follow
ed the ceremony. Quest were tntre
; duced by Mra Joseph Walters, as
j they proceeded through the rsaatv
| in# line.
The bride choro lilac with as
cents of royal purple as hm color
The bride, a t— Rslrite
Debutante, attended Norik Cer
togv to > teirte ■!**todsfu iriv
tree he Btetegy a— Cl— totoy
gree. reageettvely. He te egp
rentty efteer es Yke Car—ro
Ttroea, a bates weekly.
He to a — mbsr es toe PHnee
Order end Omega N Phi Ft—rut
The bride ans ween an asaro
bars at the Sstet Titus Bptoespal
Church, hi Pgtori
Evcirthiiif For •«•
RALEIGH, ic. c. I
bar parents, Mr. end Mrs. Oscar
Goode, es 541 E Cabarrus St
Mr. Lanay Partin, Jr. of Chavis
Heights to e patient st Wake Me
morial Hospital His many friend*
say “Cheer up Cel everything will
work out all right"
Faff— at Vaterans HespHal
Mr. Wilbert Laws, of I Deri*
81 to a patient at the Veteran* Hos
pital in Durham. His many friends
also wish ter him a speedy recov
Mrs. Esther Parker Jonas end
baby. Jianette Carolyn, of New
Yrok City, ere visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Della Parker es slk
E. Cabarrus 81 ’
Haas* far Fonaral,
Mr. and Mrs James Bridges es
Washington. D C and Mr. Lonnie
Bridget es Greensboro ware te tea
city tost week to attend the fun
eral of their sister. Mrs Ells Groan
at 8. Psreoe 81
NOTE: You didn't do toe much
calling tost week. Wa will be look
ing ter you. Call this weak. Thadk
LEAVES FOR GREAT LAKES
—Arthur Isknwa son of Mr.
and Mrs. WUUam T. Johnson.
8r„ es 999 Sooth East Street,
He wO be leaving Monday far
Great Lakes. | IMnels fer a six-
WE OFTEN wonder how the hus
band* of secretaries get along with
their *ocr< tries. „
Consult Us flog Reasonable
PhOM TE 44SSS
SIS S. Martin ttroaf
a few Ba— at ynri>.
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