atatea. w. u. im
By Jay Bee Aytch
'#»■. BAXON. CKBCI-
Mill leader interred
~, at asheVille
ABBEVILLE—TuneraI rltea war*
«Hil August 4 from Bethel Seventh
©By Adventist Church her* far
William ft Saxon. ag* 86, an out
ttandjnghutinas*. civic and relig
ious laadar in this the Mountain
MribrapoUs • haH-nantry. Th* prin
cipal eulogy was hy Elder a ft.
Whits of the Adventist Church with
the Bar. J. M. Vickers aaristing.
An outstanding tribute to Mr.
Beaton'S prowess as a businessman
ana suSesssful insurance agency di
rector was ovMsnaed by a special
trip to the funeral fay Mr. P. Webb
Casey, president of the National
Aesfdral and Health tasuraaoe
Company of Philadelphia, Ptnna.
Beam has direetad an agency force
e< up cf forty agants tn North Caro
line far atora then SB years. Fre
quently the Boson agency has led
Stumor roll for the company.
fc— has also dealt extensively
In seal estate enterprises and wa a
school teacher in hie dative Laurens,
ft C. community whan be quit to
take up inaurance work because ho
loons ho had e “gift" at selling
which few people possessed.
Basso's first wife. Miss Hattie
Dandy. died several year* ago. He
later married Mrs. Queenis Stew
art of to* Angelas, Calif., who sur
vive*, as does an adopt# daughter,
Mr*. Opal Brodkans, Atlanta. Ga.
Other survivors include two sis
ters: Mrs. Maggie ft Anderson,
TpsOeati, Midi.; Miss Jamie Saxon,
Laurens, ft C.; two brother*, Rev.
j. T. Saxon, Macon, Ga.. and
George Saxon, Laurens, S. C.
T. H. Leonard spoke of Saxon's
elvtc work on behalf of the N. C.
NACP Conference, of which Saxon
wee a former vice president Mrs.
Joyce Crawford sang a solo and
Mrs. C. R- Morman read the reaolu
tioiu. Mrs. B. M. Williams has serv
ed as secretary to Saxon for many
years. Weddia Gabriel, Statesville;
Rev. Vickers, Asheville: and J. B.
Barren. Rocky Mount, N. C.; were
sfnofig the Saxon agents present
at the funeral.
Mrs. Lucy S. Hairing, for the pest
15 years, an elementary education
supervisor in Buncombe County,
has resigned to accept a position as
director of a three-year reading
project to improve th* reading
standards of freshman at Living
stone College. Salisbury, N. C.
Th# Asheville Board of Educa
tion reportedly “accepted with
great regret” Mrs. Herring's resig
nation. Considered a specialist tn
the instruction of reading. Mrs.
Herring sat up the reading clinic
at North Carolina College, Durham,
and conducted it for 15 years.
Bt MIM MAE N. HOPSON
CART—Sunday afternoon a pro
gram wa* rendered at Union
Bdthal AMS Church. The guest
speaker wee Rev. J. T. Car
penter of Lincoln Memorial Baptist
Church. Durham. His text was
taken from St John, 14th chapter.
Theme: "Let Not Tour heart be
Troubled". These appearing on pro
gram war*: Th* Christian Home
Choir of Apex; The Silver Trump
ets of Morrisvllle. and Th# Har
monizing Six of Morrifvilla.
Visiter* ware; Mrs. Pauline Mor
gan. Mr. Allen Crawford, end Mrs.
Luveaia Riley, all of Durham. Mr.
Phtiup C Beckwith. Mr. Bbert
Harris, Mr. Gahey. Mr. Doana and
Mira. Mildred Heater for the build
teg funds A nice aum waa actaowl
md**L jgf nog baptist *
The guast speaker Sunday after
noon st ML Zion Baptist Church
was Bev. ©tho Kearney from
Rhgmkatte. Bev. Kearney delivered
on miV—**"g sermon with music
by th* St John AME Church Junior
Choir. Other visitors were present
•file offering was wonderful.
in* Lucy Statten. of MB East
Jehnson Street has returned to her
home after spending some time with
her m-te Mr. Walter Marrte, in
A Baby Shower wee given at the
heme” Mix Mary FdrreU on
Farrell Street Saturday earning for
Mrs. Helton F. WUnbush. Many nios
pXIS wfTf nCtlvHu.
A nautical program waa held to
the Stomantery School gym Sun
day evening, sponsored by Mr.
jegiy McKinley of Durham.
Thoae appearing were: The Ooa
pal Royal Light*, of Anger; RUver
Star Gospel Singers at Willow
gfrtpgK Kings of Hill*-
bdfo; Sunset Travelers, Durham.
The 8. rad Tb* Silver
Trumtets. aU of Morrisvfll#.
. A WMB BATING
teks care as
FORD SALES and
Trr ir — t-sin
SBB TiBBOBO Bt.
L. H. McCord, chairman as a com
mittee eoUcittag jobs far colored
youths, reported to th* board "that
out at twelve Stsphraa-La* High
Scheol graduates tested recently
by one employer, only two met em
ployment qualifications.” The
ocoooi ooara promised to continue
to hr to improve the educational
standarda of students tor employ-
CHURCH UFR LESSENS CHIMB
Bay Cromley writing in asking:
"Dose Leniency Reform*", say* th*
FBI haa .found that there is grave
doubt as to real value of so much
leniency being extend*# to first
offenders or youthful criminals. A
recant study cf soma 86,186 cases
showed that while “a. fourth at
them had only one arrest, 78 par
cent had bean arrested an average
of 41 times each." And B 8 par oent
at the repentant had raoeivad leni
ency from the courts.
Various figures ware cited to as
tablish to* idea that leniency fre
quently begets more crime—even
more vicious ertm*. 11 of 14 special
FBI agents slain have been slain by
repeaters who had received leni
ency of one form or another, Crom
ley stated. He concluded with th*
report of Judge Sam Tatum cf Tan
neasee. who said of juvenile*: ". . .
I have triad nearly sight thousand
boys and girls under 17 yeert of age
for violating the law. Os that num
ber only forty-two war* regular in
attendance at Sunday School or
Church." For tela, th# parent#
have themselves to blame.
Mrs. Viola French of Cherokee
was honored recently for “outstand
ing service” during e Volunteer
Recognition Ceremony st Oteen VA
Hospital just north of Asheville.
Reportedly Mrs. French, th* 54-
year-old mother of eleven children,
travels 120 miles each of three days
in tee week from her Big Cove
home on th* Cherokee Indian and
walks a half-mile to meet a neigh
bor who drives her to the Cherokee
bus station. From there she rides
lo Asheville and transfers to moth
er bus which delivers her to her
Oteen job by 10 A. M. for work.
The return trip begins at S P. M.
This is a volunteer service on the
part of Mrs. French which she has
done for more than a year.
Patriotism mams to run In the
French family. Five of her sons
have served in the Armed Force*.
Two are still in service. Her tot*
husband served in World War One.
Th* writer and Mrs. Barren have
been very pleasantly received and
entertained by Mr. end Mrs. Frank
(Bessie Dausuel) Bailey of #SO West
Chapel Road. Asheville (Just off
U. S. Hwy 25 in Biltmore) where
tee Baileys enjoy their retirement
and cultivate their garden and fill
their pantry by canning.
Early childhood friends, tea Bar
rens last week visited Mrs. Ballsy’s
brother end wife toe J. Andrew
Deusuels erf Dee Cee. ___
‘Motes Singleton, 10 Phiffer St,
is the accommodating stranger who
permitted th* writer to change
clothes in hi* home as we * rr
tot* for the W. B. Saxon funeral.
Singleton asked • b Si ant ß
Mount's A. H. (Tuffy) Bryant, lira.
L. ft Michael is *IU .abtoJ°J>a
moving around, according to Mr*
L. Reid and hubby.
rocky NOUNT— Several friend*
joined with many daacandanta of
the tote Robert and Minnie Arring
ton of Warren County £ to* ob
serving of tea annual family re
union, bald this ytar. at the well
appointed horns of Mr. and Mrs.
Jane H. (Beatrice Antogtan) EJH
luck, 907 Leggett Road, Rocky
Mount. Aqgust 2.
Th# following daughter* efthe
Arringtons ware pTOtent: Mr*. Pari*
A. Jackson. Portsmouth, **.;»*.
Salli* A. Boone. Washington. D. C.,
Mr*. Rosa A. Dunston. Macon; Mrs.
Beatrice A. Bullock. Rocky Mount;
and Mr*. Nellie A. Steven*. Newark.
Nnw JcrtNy* __ .
A nephew. Jamea O. Hunt, Ban
way. New Jeraey. wa# at* xrmaaX
with hi# family, along with otoar
relatives from Warrantee; Balti
more and th* Virginia Peetateila
■re* and Austin Texas.
On a tunny Sunday afternoon,
the crowd gathered around tea by
becue pit and under tfaoumbrelte
of the backyard where Hto sw
beautiful flower*. Touching spirit
ual music waa playadwhile tom
group partook of
mt and refreshment# after devo
tions tod by BBamnn Hast
The group voted to *et aside th*
first Sunday In August aa a P®™**
nent day ter future minions of tee
dan. _ _ _
Significantly, an member* cf to*
immediate family had arranged to
wear tea same patten of brownish
lavender shfrto. .or
much to the Clannish appaareaao-
Returning from Asbevflto teat
week, wo traversed the mile-high
(in some pieces) Blue Bidge Ptok
way by Mt Mitchell andJSfind-
Jfdhnbed down to Htekay and
Newton. At Newton w# vtattod our
Uneteßruc# Burton, Sr.
dbmtetor. Mia. Ton Feed end fami
ly. ire Boute
Hted?!? ««> an. Juenita Bood
Den, widowed daughter of toe
late John Hood who w«burtodr#-
mTnadto during 1290-21. Thar*
we chatted briefly with Mia _EH*a
beth Dobbin* Mean* and ha_MW
«»d nephew Also the kev.^atte
Las AngatSs, Calif and his drier
Mia Willett* Kuril (?) atoos wtth
PLANNING DIRECTOR AND PRESIDENT Dr. Cftertoa W. On, hit, pntoooor ei odu
omtion mt North Carolina Collage, contort with Praaidant Samuel P. Mmssis Jr. following Ms mp~
paintmeni mm director ei tha eolkg/e two-yomr planning afmfy.
FOR FUTURE PROGRESS—A chil<f a broken awing (ion
ground) on what was « town of a faculty cottage mt North Caro
lina Collage provides a mute reminder that progreae it eomatime a
accompanied by poignancy and heartbreak. Tha debrit in tha
background of tha photograph h all that ramainu of one of three
brick faculty reeidencee being demolished to provide a eite tor a
now women’s dormitory mi tha oolhga. The institution hoe a $4
million construction and axpaneion program underway.
FRIENDLY GARUN CLUB MET
CLINTON—Mrs. Sahara Moors
was hostess to th* Friendly Garden
Club Friday nl#>t, August 7. at her
home on Barden Street Mrs. Iran*
Hill presided ova th* burial**
session. Fisas vara mada tor n
“Cookout” an th* lawn of Mr. and
Mrs. Dudly Mstthis on Saturday
evening, August 81 At this than
they will entertain their husbante.
HEBE FROM NEW JERSEY
Mr. and Mrs. G serge Oates as
Englewood, N. /. are th# boom
guests as Mrs. Flare toigh an
- -- WSA. A »» f|- s■ , Mm absm
lUTuUHOn 91TBCX. Mitt* UQWre V HW
stater of Mr*. Pugh.
VMR IN MEW JERSEY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wariay and
son roturnad to thatr hare* to Clin
ton after spending a tow day* to
Atlantic City, N. J. They site alert
ed friends to New York and Phila
delphia. Va. They report a pleasant
ATTEND FUNERAL IN CUNTON
an— with* Vateon rad Mtas Lil
lian Faison as Now Tosh City
spent saharel days hare last weak.
They ware called to CStatea to
attend the Amaral at Peak naira
Mrs. Dorothy Lanier.
VISITS NIECE nr FULABEftFRIA
Mrs. Betti* Thtam retnmad to
her heme hi CRntoa after spending
a week to SWladalphia, To. visiting
bar aeiee and bar husband. Hr. and
Mr*. Amst Bawdra
Mrs Mary Oats* cf fcgtewood,
N. J. ta tita hones guast of Mrs
plans to visit all sf tor i stotiwes to
awe a—a -tt BsNlMtt ftMIRIE
dlmißf gam* nno
Stakrad teSSra ofNmnrtg^Lft
Cbohm 2mMniUik oodL fomfly*
Mre Snsto Mr LaMar sf
New HareaTcMn, fraattV sf
hwpGte.||toSr > njrisfjn»
toaMori' day fotos Brad BB atom
Jiigirttai BtamVri «ketaam
her mo tha. Mre. Hester Butter,
Clinton; on* brother, Mr. Jsmae
Edmon Butler, Clinton; one stator,
Mre. Olora Crenshaw, Watarbury.
Among those attending the fune
ral from out of town were Mr. rad
Mre Jam Lanier, Burlington, Mre
Ma* Baton, Mr. and Mrs. Thom**
Latter, Sr. *nd frailly. Mr. Len
wsra Butter. Mr. and Mrs. David
Crenshaw rad family. Mis* Geneva
Crenshaw, and Mr*. Mildred Lana,
all of New Haven. Conn.; Mr*.
Hattte Melvin. Raleigh; Means.
Murrell and Edward Fataon of New
York City; Mre. Id* ft Simmon*
and daughter, Fayetteville, Mr.
Jamas L> Sampson, Box! ore.
BY MSB. GOLDIE HABDT
PRINCETON— Th* Junior choir
as Mt Zion Holla*** Church ae
ewnpratod tb* pastor. Rav. C W.
jw+ Oh Mftfr+tt Mlntl ~
umaO^avsft^^for^arsmall fa*. Ytm’maT ever knew semens
BT MRS. LOUIU COLVIN
APEX—Th* Gospel Chorus was
in charge of tha devotion at the
11 o’clock worship aarvtoa at First
Baptist Th* Bar. W. M. Phillip*,
associate minister, conducted tea
devotion and read scripture from
tho uath raalma
The pastor, tha lav. W. T. Bige-
Blow, brought to
us a very Inter
His text wa* tak
en from tee Book
“The caU far all
out religion.” It
waa goed toed for
us were: Mr. end
MBS, COLVIN Mrs. Douglass
Hughas, parents of Mrs. W. T. Bige
low and. Mrs. Louim Benton, aU of
Revival sarviea for one weak will
begin at Pint Baptist Monday, Au
gust 17, and start each night gt 7:80.
The Rev. I,inwood T. Dave, pas
tor of Shiloh Baptist Church. Han
derion, will be the speaker tor the
weak. Ten other ministers and
their choirs or chorus** and offi
cer* have bean invited to conduct
th* prayer aervtca, two each night
Th* church#* Invited are: White
Oak Baptist, New Hope Baptist,
Providence Baptist, New BUI Bap
tist Batsel Creek Baptist Watts
Chapel, Christian Chapel, Cedar
Rock, Shiloh Baptist MorriavUto
and Hatchet Grove Baptist The
public is invited to attend. *
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Whitfield at
Brooklyn. N. T. are spending, a
week with their sister-in-law and
family, Mrs. Louisa Colvin. Mrs.
Whitfield to th* former Mias Thel
ma Colvin of this community.
Mr. Cadd Colvin of Newark. N. J.
la vacationing at homt with his
family, Mks. Louisa Colvin, and
Miss Sheila Balnea has returned
home to Brooklyn, N. Y. after «
Sevan-week visit with bar aunt
Mrs. Louise Colvin and daughter,
Term, and other relatives.
Miss Patricia Bldgtlow at Dur
ham Is (pending a weak with Ta
Mr. Cl*react Mitchell of New
York City is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Mlteball.
Winston, of Rad Springs, and ether
members to Bt Roe* Disciples of
Christ Church to Wilson to appoar
on a program Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Nancy Howell. Mrs. fUrdy
and son. Alvin, attendad service at
Shady Grow* Primitive Church in
Plkevtlle on Sunday morning. The
pastor, Rev. Robert Revis of Wil
son. delivered the sermon.
Shady Grovs Primitive Church
observed its quarterly meeting on
Sunday and many elders took part
to the service The messages wer*
well enjoyed by gU present. This
waa a meeting that will not be
MfUf for fatten.
Mias Christine Rowell and her
grandlon. Kevin. Me returned to
New York after visiting bar mother
and other relatives and friends. Her
son, Eddie Howell of Princeton, ac
companied her back to New York.
WASHINGTON, ft C-Aeeard
tog to tha executive secretary. Dr.
Wendell C. Somerville, tea Sixty-
Seventh Annual Baaaton of tha Lott
C*r*y Baptist Foreign Mission Con
vention will be held at th* Rodman
Street Baptist Church. Pittsburgh.
Fa, August SI-September 4.
Beitog th* forthsimtof saa
riau. several foreign students
and dignitaries wtn ha pre
sented. Assang th* foreign vio-
Hma w« lot MBs foam Krjjlk
arend* JaranUah Walker, Libe
ria. fnas fhapadi. Saute Af
' riaa, Vtoaant dhaghata. Nige
ria. mm Basra Lyan. Liberia.
Fredertak Ouha. Kenya.
, His Basillwuu. Altx-Quaiaon-
Sackay. Pmnanant Bepraaantativ#
as Ghana to .The United Nations,
will dalivur the Mature address on
International Night. Sept 4, 1044.
IWwTHW linPr oßlrel
yaan fee tea history as the
vretisni and. tore tbaasani dal
agriaa will attend this Aanaal
The music for tha convention will
consist of a ISO-voice choir under
the ter action of Mr*. Maudallna
Jahaaoe. renowned music toaehßr
There will ba savaral missionary
panala and symposiums presented.
Various leaders from sixteen states
apd tha District of Columbia will
participate on th* program. , ,
Tha following officer* will jtei
slda during tha convention:
The Rev. E. A. PBrham. prati
dant, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs., Mary
M. Rinsoma. prasldant Woman’s
Auxiliary, Biciimmid. Va.; R. W.
Dalton.' prasldant. Layman's La*-
gua, Durham; Mia* Mary Lou)**
Walker, Youth Department, Char
Th* Rodman Street Baptist
Church. Tha Rev. Georgs L. Bo
wick, minister, will ba .tea host
church. They will bo assisted by
th* numerous Baptist churches and
other denominational group* of
Pittsburgh and vicinity.
To Aid Ligon’s
UOOtoTS 1884-88 BTUDBNTB
Th# following inatntetions art
listed to Bid ligon students In to*
eating tbeaaalvas quickly;
(1) Report promptly between
6:48 a.m.*-8:00 un. on Thursday.
September I, 1884. Orientation Is
•OMdulad from 8:00 am. to11:00
(f) Aak information oonoarnlng
homo room location from itudant
(I) All student* listed to gr*dn«
9-12 will report directly to home
(4) All studanta In grade* • - if
not Hated will report to auditori
um for homeroom assignment.
(8) All 7th grad* student* who
attended Hunter and Phillips
Schools during Bth trade, will re
port tm Hunter School. (A* Hat
(8) All 7th and Bth grades Hat
ed for Ligon School will report aa
indicated to homerooms.
(t) All students not Uatel who
normally will attend Ligon School
wll report to auditorium at 8:0#
a. m. for assignment and sohOdul
(1) Pay aU book fa**. (7th-8.80
par yr.; Bth-4.00 por yr.; Bth-l2th
—4AO par yr.)
(f) Joih lnsuranoa If daalrad.
(f) Racelvs books, and (4) receive
let Mason assignment.
by mi Mulcfi. inm
ship was Biu at th* St Jama* pis
elpl* Church Th* call to worstnp
wa* given by to* choir. Alter pray
er ter tha lick and tout to* was
also included. Th* pastor. Rev A.
Williams, dslivarCd tp* sermon,
taken from Bt. Matthew. 2j;12 It
was a vary tnapiring masaagt and
anjayOd by aft Tb# Bav. I. McLamb
waa gutet of th* pulpit. Out-of
town guests attending th* service
ware: Mr. and Mis. Quinn, of tt.
Louie; Mrs. Mary Bishop, of Coon,
and Miss Evador Rosa, of Wash
ington, D. C
Evening worship was aponaarad
by to* Joint Mission, with Bis
qoeeder Alford prßaidtog, Th#
Bible reading and discussion was
from the 9th chapter as Mark with
Rev. ft Wllljema answering th*
questions and explaining to* varies
Mrs. Mary Blsltep. Conn if
visiting her mother. Mrs. Leasts
Drangfeon. Mr. and Mrs Quton, of
gt Louis, and family are vtatttof
Mrs. Quinn's family. Ml. and Mrt
joe l Johnson.
Miss Evador Roe*, of Washington.
D. C, is visiting bar brother, Mr.
Mr. Elbert Boa*, family and
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Williams
bav* netting them their children,
Mias Annie WUUama, Mia* Martha
Grace Williams, Os Richmond. Va.
Messrs. Thurston, rad RoasvaK
Williams of New York.
Mr end Mrs. Jams' Carl Wil
liams. are the proud parents of a
• 8-4 to. aan.
Mr and Mrs. Andrew Bandars
tr 4 t ho proud of a mb
y-” EJ: I S 4 Th2,bV Li rera
Hr*. Bom wumbn no mb.
Curtis. Bra visittng Mr Mughter tt
Dr. MoMurray Proves All White
Alabamans Not Are Bigots
Mtofuarey. who recently resigned sisj[)oo.*Ha gaveßhaYmli
t CA LBBO of th# berZLats
•Kw ununw 19 ukv uvii Mouier
Sloe Church. New Yak City, prov- atomy.
ad recently that aU whit* paOpl* Lomax-Hannon Junfor Coßafa,
of this stats are not bigot* and dam- located at GraanviO*. rsaifoad Oft*
agoguas. H* .returned to to# city 000. Milas Colly was th* ftofßHhfti
and contributed large sum* of mon- at fIJMMi Dr. MaMnrray s*y« mil*,
ay to soma local institutions and to is stiß soma atom to ba given apt
otteirt. Ho to roßMPttbo? fejlt AIM
WhUa paatortog has* Dr. McMur- Mater. Uvtopttan* CaUagk IIP
lay built a number of friends, a- bury. N. C Na inatruated BWIB
name publtthad. who g*v* th* AMS Sa Zion dS* I 'that dtt
Elan mtohter a huge sda of mdnay going to make a dedatHß to m
to ha gtom to wtethy Nagre or- work, to th* hep* It waiQd POT
ganiaations. Knowing the ntoda of tit* hang* of to* danontinritoft M
MptropoUttß Church Dr. McUurrty that African country*
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> s4l i ■
bt Mill doqa ft initoup
SSSat Oak cs*SdDr. Btroud.
presiding akter of tha A. M. ft
had grand aenrioea. Tha Junta
choirs furnished nuato tor each
church. Regular aartio* at Si
Jaotta Sunday at 11 a. m.
Anniversary At Bt Jnatoa AMB
Tha two-watk anxilvaraary iatv *
was a Una one ina the tnsmbars
and friends hare andTtte vlatting
«Y> Inlets ito niiaiaa Mo #'isa*> m alow
oumaroi, onoira « congrcgauorui
inni rebVttd tram the meet
ing gnd th* pastor waa delighted
with the acta of klndnssa shown
him. Rav. Mrs. Mary Frasier and
the other sponsors sad due much
credit tor to* Jo* wail-dona.
ThsTYtefo* Baoplas. WllUng
Workers Club presented Rav.
wish for him many, many more
MISSIONARY CIRCLE MEETS
Rav. and Mto. Shear** enter
tained tha Missionary Circle Sun
day. Mrs. AlUc w. small* will
take tits next meeting in Septerti-
A speaking contest sponsored
by Gretgte No. 1 and f oh the Uat
for Wotasn’s Day. was held Sun
day night. All th* children war#
gogd and those present enjoyed
Rav Shear** will apeak for Rav.
Dobnam *aeh night wank a*
Clayton Baptist Churte) wharf re
vival l|,iß progress. All whp oSli
Th* oOngregatira of the Chris
brats tiirir pastor'slßdv. Harris’,
anniversary, th* week follow ins
th* fourth Sunday. Oood speakers
hare been secured tor odeh night.
Fleas* help in this worthy teus*
Rev. Ram is a fins miMSter.
Let's show him our lovo and ap
preciation by helping tn this as-
Our slek are dolnf nicely at tots
writing. Vlatta and cheer win tiv*
them a determination to gat wall.
. A business meeting without any
birthday celebration will be held
at the home of Mr*. Edward Hol
loway's Thursday night of this
weak. AH members are requested
to ba present and on time. Th*
Ladles' Willing Workers com
VISITING IN LYNCHBURG. VA.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curtis.
Mrs. Louise Curtis and Miss Ross
Elaine Curtis, with other relatives,
motored to Lynchburg Sunday to
spend th# day with Mr. add Mrs.
Foculer and family. Other rets-
g gray aim - -
Mother* rad Oread ;Mottrig
bs*t>* C U turn U
hare and from ClrttiuL QUB
She Is a trend parson sad is wor
thy of any rad all honors con
ferred on her. May ah* ha wtth npr
children and friends a long Wm,:
Ficnlc at Chavis Kalglrfs Fart
o’elook or 10:48 am. <-
FROM ST. PAUL AME CHUftCR
Mr. and Mrt. Bryant Bsthaa an-
AME Church, Sunday aftantton,.
The group rraUy enjoyed th*
spacious lawn, beautiful hqtßg,
kind hospitality and retreah
manta. , . .
Mrs. Alma whit# of Oreanabaro.
wSs the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. White rad family, Sunday, the
was gnroute to Philadelphia. ,
Remember to begin the db
with friradUnegg and only fritnia
youTl find. , . v
Tog greet tho dawn wtth happi-
Keap happy thoughts la mtad,
thoughts 1 * (Uy '^ th P** o **®
And paaoa will fill your heart.
Bogin tho day with joyful soul
and joy wW fill rnnf Raafß
Keep friendly all day long.
Keep in yaut soul a iriatMUy
thought, , ' .. ..
sour5 our heart a friendly eons.,
Are in your mind a word Os
cheer tar 8U who Some your
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And they will bless you too. .
In turn and wish you happy <Uy
begun each day wtth friendly
thoughts and aa the day goal
Keep friendly, loving good and
kind lust aa you ware at tha
Th* dav will baa friendly one,
That you ware happy all day
long through friendly thoughts
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