KALEIGH. N. C-. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER It. lt#4
The Raleigh What's Doing Around Town!
rurtml Twenty will meet
llllTi f | iiplimhar 2*. at 7
T — TV mi Hint will be held
In At *-rrlT~ Hauler School
aedriertam. AH rfMnil vot
era Twenty «« urg
od trim jrmmrt Ha Bev. Dr.
Peal H. Jehnean to Chairman es
RETURNS HOME TO
Mrs. Merger it Soelling. ormerly
at Ralolgh. baa returned to her
home to Philadelphia. Pa, after
apandtoM toe Labor Day weekend
here with her cousin*, Mr. and Mrs.
George McTaddao on 14 Park St
MOTHto hbeeVbom Brooklyn
was their are and Us family.
Mr. an! Mrs. Brass* B. Lee. Mr
Lao hrregMhacft wtoMtoa^toa
whe spent her re satire to Now
Tarh. WMto to MemWu Oaa
aad An toai a eery alee time.
Also stoMtoW hare with Mr. Lee
were Mi paeato Mr. and Mrs.
OUT-OTTOWN 'IOVRE GUESTS
Mr. snS Mrs. W. r Myers of 30#
S. Swale Meant tow a* their house
guest, Mm. Gaargln HaU of Phils
BBMTAWS —S. MARSHALL.
Mis. hraSaUlCaasaa as SSI A
a re Labor Dy.ataag wHh oth-
BECMfT HOUSE SMST
tot Addle M. William* at Brook
lyn. ?». V. was |L* Uhw guui. U
Mr. an# MM Charlea Buffings ra
birikdaygp Monday. Baptamar 1A
nmmH nWM AT COOK-
Mr. aa7 MmfSf M. Britt. o 128
•tar Street, aatortalnod their
•lead# at a aook-out on Labor Day.
There present to enjoy the event
was* Mr. an# Mr* W. H Motown
es Barham; Mr. an# Mm. Jamea
Nettle* Mr. and Mm. W. U Mon
tague and daughter, Paula, all of
Raleigh. Everyone had a grand
*** ia n&ok! nm *
Mr. sad Mss. Leonard Ahmet,
and Mr. Hao#> Mtoaa wen to fee
sMy last aatownd viaiung Mr.
streets tiMar, Mr*. Jamie Batowa
NM» Mtojhßt^TMr^ alee rtritod
aook-csS «• Wm town.
Madlaon, jL J„ am the weekend
Mr. aantoMMlkto Hr.
arid family and MM. MM Bihar,
after a long vacation In WariHngtoo.
D. C, Baltimor* Maryland, and
Hew York C*r. They aha vtottad
aad my toe noma s*ar
a **w tonm a* yoomelf.
to week fee has Was*
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the World * Pair and many other
points of interest m the North.
Happy birthday* were mid to Mm.
Melvina Ferrell. Mrs. Florin* B.
Jones, Misses Earlen* and Shsrlene
Fuller. Gloria Mitchell, Ann Walk
er. Susie Faye Liptcn, and Jackie
j Plummer recently.
VISIT Os CHAPEL ROLL
j Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Street.
Mr and Mm. Curtis Raines. Mr.
Hines and Nelson MUtoa vtoited
' Mr. and Mm. Willie Street of
Chapel Hill over the weekend,
j MRS. WALKER IS BACK
Mrs. Lydia Walker of E. Edonton
Street has returned home after
visiting her sister* and brotbem in
Greenville. South Carolina. She
also visited aoany other point*
Miss Lydell Flynn of E. Edonton
Street baa returned borne after
spending her vacation in New York
City and many other northern
GET WELL SOON, MBS. BMW
Mm. Marie Rouse was reported
not doing so well, taut we tow*
she will soon be out again.
MBA* NOVELLA WILLIAMS
Mm Novella C. Williams of
Granville Terrace Is bona after
belryf a patient at the Wake Mama
DAUGHTER ELKS ILL
Chfdtal City Tempi* SM wishes
a Epudy recovery for all as their
members: Dt M. Mitchell and Dt
Margaret Alston and Dt Marie
Nous* Dt Effle Jackson. Dt. Lettie
William*. Dt Mary Williams, and
Dt Vtola Williams.
Mlwi. SHARPER VISITS SISTER
Mr* S. B. Sharper spent a few
Vj < VmutlOl* UH)b Mill, lit, iJ.
t*r, Mrs. M. E. Sewart of Jamaica.
New York. She wti Joined by her
daughter and family Mr. and Mr*.
B. P. Merritt and little Benlta. They
visited relatives In New Jersey,
Brooklyn. N. Y, and took In a few
house at the World's Ihlr. They all
■pant an enjoyable stay, and enjoy
ed the Fair Immenaely before their
return to Raleigh.
TOR METBONA CLUB
The Matrons Club mat at the
home cd Mm. Vivian Chalmu*
September U. a* 8:30 p. m. The
dub welcomed Mm. Ethel Jones
hack from bar summer vs ratios In
New York City.
Present at the meeting wore: Mrs.
Josephine Barrie. Mrs Demtoe
Morgan, Mr* Francos Hayes and
Mrs. Carolyn Steward
> ?!!i > !!aanM >
met Friday night at the home of
Ouest speaker for to* evening
was Mr. JtoMßto Chamber*. Direc
tor as RaereaMoa for the Ctty of
Eslaigh He was introduced hr
tot Valley Hsademen as the Ba»
letgk Confederated Garden CXuha.
Mr. Chambers related the Sarah
opment of organised recreation for
the people of Raleigh during tha
past fourteen yearn. Ha Informed
amidiaie of many ways In which
they can foster the raereottenal pro
gram to our aaanmwattr-
The chairman es the Community
Recreation Snroiy Commlttoo, Mb*
Harriet Webstar and Mm Alice M
oman gave a report as their find
logs at Roberto Community Caator
Fiona war# adopted to start ae
tortty tmmsdtotaly to acquire to*
■May needed items and baasriftiea-
Baa of the intertar es the hugMtog
The following officers wore rtect
af to serve during the anaulre pear.
President, IB* Ana* Mirer;
recording secretary. Mr* Mtaagnsl
Baum; corresponding aausatory.
IB* Alto* Sola**on; treasurer. Km
Mildred Mrttowaßi report are IB*
B. Rivers and Mrs. L Lea*
TOR ROY ALETTES CLUB HT
lha Royalattas Chib mat after
Ha summer vacation on Sunday-
September IS. at the honas as Mb*
ChrrteMergan. MS# Bedford Am.
la lb* Otaarlin section of IB* «By.
Because of inetoment wuafhar.
lUfre«tananta war* served to toa
Meedamae Turner, Fields, tomart
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•War Father. Thee art always
near as. Bat a* aften we fall I*
draw Bear to Ike*. Forgive as
far ear atoMtog against Thee.
Help ns to tons to The* In
thanksgiving, far all Thy bless
ings to ask Thy guidance and
strength to learn Thy wUL”
ST. MATTHEW AME - Church
School began at 9:30 a. m. with the
superintendent Mr. Robert Lesane,
in charge. Morning worship serv
ice began at 11 a. m. with the juni
or choir to charge of the music,
under the direction of Mr. D. R
leach, and organist. Mias Annette
Peterson. A powerful sermon was
delivered by the pastor, the Rev. J.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Sunday School began at 9:30 a. m.
with the superintendent Miss Nan
nie Morgan, to Charge. Morning
worship sarvto* began at 11 o'clock
am., wtto toa tot* awl junior
choirs' ia Charge of to* music, un
der the direction as Mi* M. M.
Kelly. A vary Inspiring sermon was
delivered by toe peeler, the Rev.
Samuel Nwenith. Yveryeoe was well
pleased and enjoyed the aaessage.
OBERUN BAPTIST Church
School began as 9:10 a. m. with th#
superintendent Mr. Walter Curti*
In charge Maring arnrhlp service
began at 11 a. m. wlto the senior
Choir In charge of the music, under
the direction of Mrs. Elsie Hays#,
and organist Mrs. Lucille Camp
kail. A wonderful sermon was de
livered by the pastor, the Rev. J.
P. Dempeey Hi* subject was. "Anv
| Word From Tire Lad." Everyone
; present enjoyed the sermon
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Church Sc heal began at 11 a. m.
with he subject. “A Spokesman For
God.” fkacuawd. Morning service
was opened with the choir singing.
"Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross ”
Scripture was taken from the book
of St John, 33rd chapter. Our pas
tor. the Rev. S. R. Spencer deliver
ed a wonderful earasaa. His subject
was, -I Stove Loot Hone, But One."
Bar. Hay lad us to a weed as pray
er after the aarnum.
B. T. U. wee opened at fcIO p. m.
by lha president Mr. John A.
Marks. Hu Ms mm was read and
dtscumed. Church iRMta la Mr*.
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST Sunday Echaal began
at 10 a. m with tha .esparto# andent
Mr. Mbart Sander* to rhorga. At
U * at. Bav. Bay mad* the call to
warship with to* abacus to charge
-of to* muair. under to* dtoectlon
of M**dm*» Smith and Bolder.
Scripture lesson was taken from
th* lato dbapear as Pmlma. Mam
tog prayer by Mr. Moose. Bav. Bay
delivered a uimilarfal asrama from
Psalm. 13. B* used aa his subject
Th# toner Life of An Ideal Mao."
THE OnSToFoOD Sun
day School Bogan at fc#o with to*
aapartataad#*# to dbar** Worship
aarvice hagaa at 11 * a* with to*
pastor Use. Mi* N A. Hard deliver
ing th* sanaas. Her aaSgsot was.
“Powerlee* Folk." Her toot waa
•eand In toe book efflt. John, fcl-4.
subject. taken from Hebrew. 4:18.
Both aermona ware highly appreci
ated and enjoyed by ell preaent
You arc Invited to attend our re
vival service being conducted at
tote church tha weak as Bto**wh*r
m through Beptnahar ST. Church
reporter ts Mr* B. Price tom ter.
UNION BAPTIST Sunday
School began at 10 * m. with th*
■upertntaadent Mr. Walter Price.
In charge. Morning worship service
began at 11:30 * nv with th* senior
choir to chars* of tha music, under
tha Rev. E. Mason.
BY. ANNAN FBWtoHI BAP-
TtoT - Church Sehaol bagea at 10
* an. with th* aupwtotandant. Mr.
W. N Lyons. Br. to dot*- W«r-
Btount. John Btoua* Powell
Paeblse. Shepard, tones and Flag*
Rev* J*T.'Ford. ***
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST Sunday School
began at 10 a. m with the superin
tendent, -Mr Mack Arthur, in
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11 to a. in. with die peater,
the Rev. tester Rivers, ia charge,
and Bev. Mr. McArthur delivering
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST -
Church Sehaol began at 9to with
the aaperntendant Mr. FtolUp Als
ton. to charge. Morning wertoip
service began with the junior choir
in charge of the muilc, under the di
rection of Mias Jacqueline Mitchell
A very inspiring sermon was deliv
ered by the Rev. W. Y. Davis.
TOUNOg MISSION AJtY TEM
PLE CME —Church School began
a 9:30 a. m„ with the superinten
dent. Mi* D. R. Ford, in charge.
ttd/wnlttsr wa * n - - * .
• wn * , to wurpnip ktticc dcfan ax
,11 * m. wHh toe eongregetion sing
to* accompanied by Mia* Myrtle A.
Rhode*. A very encouraging ser
mon was give by the pastor, the
Rev. Blrter Baldwin. Her text was
taken from the book of Romans.
Bto. Her sobjert was. "The Love of
God* Everyone enjoyed the ser
FIRST BAPTIST— Sunday School
began at 9to a. m. wttb the associ
ate superintendent. Mr. M. C. Hill,
In charge. Morning worship serv
ice began at 11 #.m. with tha junior
choir in ehar*e of th* must*, under
the direction of Mr. W. W. Hurdle;
and orseniet. Mr* R P. rtreene
Call to worship and mpotive read
ing we* given by Sic Rev. J. H.
Clanton. Morning lesson was taken
from th* book of St Matthew, 18
chapter. Morning prayer was given
by Deacon D. R. Ingram. Th* ser
mon was delivered by the Rev.
Clanton, whose text was taken from
th* Book of St. Mott . 39:3-8-9. His
subject we*. -Whet Tim* ts It?"
BTU began at 8 p. m. with the
fj£TA B«ta Sororkf
Lest be., RaMgh
BY ALMEDA B. GLABCOE
Omtcron Zeta Chapter of Zeta
Phy Beta Sorority Inc. met at the
home of Soror Catherine Winters
on Saturday evening. September
11. Serving as hostesses, along with
Soror Winter* ware Sorors N. E
Lockhart aad Pauline Young.
Other member* preaent were
Borers Vivian T. Brawn, Mil
dred Chart* Mae JL Delaney,
Lenka Flagg, AJamde B. Ola*-
re* EM* HewriL MRlnd T.
June* Dorothy S. Lana, Raby
K MsEßmsr. WBh l. Feel*
MNto B. Vaaaar, aad Me K
Th* Zetas are very antinstaslk
nrrm ok on birthday _ ttw
Ro#«. «bev». hr#n cMMrwt at Mr. and Mm Rom Renter, SU
H«dß*r Read, obaarrod Omit lift birthday •** • tew
»arry an Thunday, Saptambar 10. r% wafted vrW wtetei
W gtffc Awn Iteir parMte Smnf d (hair jrwnatf triandt ear*
prarant to ahare (hair he fhijr inchadad: Motto Mowo, Manl
Morgan. Kalyarnr Ponon. Harold McKam, fiktfi Patriot.
Pamala Pardon and Caaaar Paadan. Tha twim raoairad many nice
and uaahd difta.
toadar. Mr. Frank Hhrtpa. to r.liirgr
Bvcntug warship began at d.<# wlto
the Rev. Clanton again delivering
the message. His text was taken
from toe book of Job 32:21. and
Ms subject was, T Want You ts
Meet My Friend." These amsmas
wore enjoyed very much.
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS—
Sunday School began at the usual
hour with the superintendent, Mr.
Arthur Williams, in charge. The
morning worship followed with the
pastor, the Rev. Eli Ratcliff, con
ducting the service. Rev. Mrs. Mary
Cotton delivered the sermon. She
took her text from th* book of St.
John, 16. The sermon was enjoyed
by aIL Music was furnished by the
junior choir, under tha direction
of Mrs. Fannie Washington, with
the Master William Ratcliff at the
RUSH METROPOLITAN AMS
SlON—Church School began at 141
a. m. The superintendent* Kean.
Leslie Campbell and Jessie Degraf
fenreldt were In charge. Tbs II o’-
clock services were opened by Bav.
J. D. Lockley. who in turn present
ed the pester. Rev. T. H. Harris, who
gave us a very Inspiring message.
Rev. Harris cbos* his text from
2nd Timothy, the 2nd Chapter, and
a portion of tha Ist and 3rd verses.
His then* was, "A cost of
Christianity and t Us Reward."
At 4:30 p. hl, th* Scouts and Cube
had a Round Table program at
which time the purposes of Scout
ing and Ms familiarity relative to
parents were given by Rev. Shellev
Taylor, who H the Neighborhood
Commissioner; end the Scout
Master, Mis. Pedoe McCoy. Refresh
ments war* served following "this
At 0 pm- tho VCZ hour was
held. The speaker tor th* occasion
was Mi* Helen Lockley, who ex
pounded on to* subject "Who's
Who in tho Christian Endeavor
Society.” Mr* Lockley was at her
beat and this report was good. Mr*.
Aanto H. Thorpe la church reporter.
over toa pregram that k to ha
presented on October 30, BM at
the newly renovated Ralalgh Me
morial Aadftorium. Final plana
The Ksramu Player* 198* Horn
Karama Rous* and Theatre of
CtevaluriL Ohio wIU bring to Ra
leigh soon one of its very tine pro
ductions called “Karmmu Album."
Ta htphllghl tha pregtaab ap
proxlmatoty M young ladle* vying
for tha crew* introducing tha mato
feature "Karamu Album 1984.”
A ••hap Or propuni offi
planned sa w tha youni ladlas tala*
lag past. Th* first to be held on
Saturday, September it. under tot
leadership of Borer W. Fool*
About Town HIS
BY MRS A. H. THORPE
“As we grew elder, w* be
wTftod tort toare arejmasry
tHITWO DAUGHTER IN N. Y.
Mr*. LtlHe Howell, of Ml Manly
Street is visiting her daughter,
Mr* Ethel Mae Carter, in New
RETURNS TO CITY
Mrs. Ella Cheatham of Battle St..
has returned to the city after bev- i
ing spent a delightful vacation to;
New York City.
Os CITY ATTENDING FUNERAL
Mi* Mary dark Ferguson, for
merly of tote eMy. but now living
in Norfolk, Va- eras to th* city last
■week attending the funeral of her
aunt Mrs, Ida P. Allen of E. Jones
ENTERS KFITBELL COLLEGE
Mr. Wilbart Spence, of 749
Bunche Drive, le* the rity Mon
day for Klttrell, whore he will en
ter college to further his education.
ENTERS no. a AT DURHAM
MRe Anita Banks, of 538 X. Ca
barrus Street daughter of Mrs. Er
ma Banks of tha above address,
left the ctty last week for NCC at
Durham. There she will further
LEAVE FOR SCHOOL
Mr. lVedaie Johnson, oi &40 i.
Cabarrus St, son of Mr. and Mr*
Gregg Johnson, left for college
Tuesday. He Is a sophomer* at NCC
at Durham. Alas going was Mr.
Thomas H. Harris, Jr. of #24 Wat
son St, son of Rev. and Mrs. T. H.
Harris. He is a Junior at N. C. State.
VISIT IN-LAWS IN
Mi* Louise Johnson and son,
Warren, Jr- of 591 E. Lenoir St
motored to Fayetteville, last week.
ENTERTAIN QUESTS FROM
Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Fallal* of
•12 Newcombs Rd„ entertained
guests from Baltimore, Maryland,
at their horn* last Sunday. Th*
guests were cousins of Mr. Feller*
They reported a very pleasant stay.
VISITS RELATIVE IN DURHAM
Mi* Geneva Yarborough of 411
Wataon Street visttd her rela
tive* in Durham, an last Sunday.
She reports an enjoyeMs trip
PATIENTS AT WAKE MEMORIAL
Bahai's Here Plan
World Peace Day
The vital Importance of America's
role in the present struggle for
world peace will be emphasized aad
discussed at 2402 Van Dyke Avenue
an Sunday, September M. bar mem
bers of the Baha’i Faith of Raleigh.
Th* session win be the *b
servanee es Werti Feaae tow.
created by toe BahaiJU to—a
the Bahai WaeM Faith la toa
United Stele* an Heplwnhar U.
tot The dbtoelton as World
Peace Day k la emphasis* to*
This* year's tom. "America*
Bole In World Peace." was am
nounced here yesterday by Mr*
Margaret Quanta Ska said:
"Increasingly, during the past
tom year* people of to* tow world
have looked toward am wuntiy
to find aohitlana for marld ptßhlama
W# must mimmi up ta tost re
sponsibility aad ta ao doing, we
must seek aad fkd to* spiritual
guidance tost k amanita# to wch a
Mr* Qua nee petiaSad out that
anrrant world proMsms and their
related spiritual velum would be
toeely dlsctiwad 01 tot meeting
which Is open to toa poMUc.
Consult U# for Reasonable
Phone TS 4-5558
518 a Martin Street
Ralrigk, R C.
Mrs AIM* Clay, as 3M K. Davie
St, and Mis Margaret Alston, as
426 S. Haywood St- are patients at
Wake Memorial Hospital. Their
any friends »A tor them speedy
RETUBMB TO CITY
Mr* Rom Parker Massey, of
413 1-3 Watson St, has returned to
the city after attending the funeral
of her husband. Major Henry Mas
sey who was buried in Arlington
Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
ENTERTAINS CUB SCOUTS
Mrs. Alda McCullers. of Boun
dary Btiuet entertained toe Cub
Scouts of Pack 193, troop 41. of
Rush Metropolitan AME Zion
Church on Saturday afternoon.
After a brief burin ms session, they
enjoyed a delightful repast. Mr*
is Den Mother of the
SPEAKER FOB SUNDAY
Bav. Jofan D. Lockley will preach
at Rush Metropolitan AME Zion
Church Sunday night at 7:3# p. m.
Tho putaßc to invited to come oat
and wttaam this service. Rev. T. H.
Harris Is the pastor.
Tkenka ones agate for th* calk
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THE BUSY BEE CLUB OFSMXTO
Th* Bmp Bee Club met Sip tom
her S. at the home of Mr* Curia
Johnson on Manly Street.
A devotion was held afterwhlch
tha president declared th* house
open for busines* which was dis
cussed- Everyone was glad to get
beck to work after having a vaca
tion. Each one gave same of th*
highlights of how they spent their
The hostess served a delightful
Members present were: Mesdames
Florine Smith, Mary L. Jackson.
Curie Johnson, Cornelia Moore, Mr.
and Mr* Julius Young and Mr. and
Mn. Samuel Osborn* Guests were:
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