RALEIGH. N. C-, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IV. IM4
nine and me cm mm
Mrs Bars Bheryer. of rowk St,
«u ito hostess u> the Nine end
me CWb recently. Her daughter
Olorta, and granddaughter. Bo
nTrlr wX a happy terth
da? and each prseentsd tar A
Mre. Sharper eenrad a dhltetoua
repast. . ,
Aftsnrarde. the members ptef*d
two fames of Pofcene. Mary Mar
able received a prtae for high
score. Ruth Bethea was presented
neUa Cobb. Lori# Efts. AddMHar
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The Boer Bee Club bold He meet
lag rwsntl r at the home of Mr.
and Mr*. Arthur Mint* on Itefce St
Business was wcU-diseussed, then
the Poetess presented delightful re
Mtmbiri present worse Mee
dames Amelia Osborne, neriae
Smith. Hazel McNeil. Mary Jasb.
bca uts uroKTAirr nor ,
IV Bi-monthly ateittnf * *• |
be* geld Thursday. October IS, at
S4O p- m. at Chavit Height* Kcc
■a'lt Uaw PalvetsHy. Mi a
frthab it to* U* *»>««<.
The public |« total tod. Mrs Thel
wjljt- Kack la reporter tor lha or*
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Mr. OHaiIUsMS —■>
kjt natter at The CAEOUNtAN.
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TrTBtN OmCKBS CHOSEN
THa Sth Orada younc ladles ot
J. f. Uson Jr.-Sr. Hlfh School
recently oryealaad their T-Taan
CUS with Aa toOcwtns otfloara:
MdeaL!Bdtth Lawrence; rtea
prate itent Shirley Walker; secre
tar% Brenda Hale: east aae. Mary
Ha<an: traaa. RUa Jonee: report
er. Juntos StUa; adrtaer, Mra L E
' BPtd. MATE RETURNS TO
Ida. Hattie Maya of Brooklyn.
New; York, formerly ot Raleigh,
ha* teturaed heme alter visiting
the May* toady at Ml N. Ter
bar*-St and ether relative*. Be*
fare; canine to Bel*!** she had
]net returned hone Iran a trip to
the Beneoda bland.
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The Ministers' Wives Club held
lie first meeting at the YW CA on
October 12, at 7 p. m. with the
president preaiding. The report of
the various committees were beard
a and approved. Tha next meeting
win be held on October M at the
i aame place. Reporter. Mrs J. H.
1 IDLC A WHILC CUB MEET*
e The Idle-A-While Social Chib
r held 1U regular meeting last Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Jennie
b Charles. Calloway Drive.
After the business session wee
* over, the member* played pine hols.
I Mary Graham, won bid* ecore
!j prise and Dorothy King wae lew
. score prise winner.
A delicious repast was served by
SUNSHINE CIBCLS CUB Os
Mrs Ossrgte WaU wae boat aw
l te tha Sunshine Chib of It Saul
n AMS Church on October 11. Mrs
. Mary Littlejohn, Mr*. WaU and Mist
Hattie Melvin lad tha devotion.
After the business session, the
a hostess served a delightful menu
. which was enjoyed by each one.
CHURCH BETS BIBLICAL
WA*o teaeoiKpot te# lK# Wooed JgaHlT#
Street Baptist Church will present ]
a Biblical Pageant on October 27.
The character* of the Old and New
Testaments will be depleted por
traying their trees as well as their
The eeletful part el tee page
antry Is drama cat by special
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NMHMO Ofllfffl fllrliNf TYfTB
the Hrty Laad te eeitjMMli per-
AisM bee 4 9»*es are gal
tented after these te * BIMe
ttewetegtve a better deeertptteu
el te* dwfirter peewayed.
The program will start at M 0
p. m. at the church. The public I a
MR BLACKMON ON TV BI7NBAY
Mr. Hcary Blackman. Jr,
acted bus*- bartteae. whe visit
ed Batelgh. hte heme tew*,
several weshs age, will be beard
and seen ever WRAL-TV Pea
day. October 19, at 4 p. m
Blaekmea. whe new lives te
The Bbgwe Hellaad. toped a 99-
adaate progress far the steUca
wMb S D. Lewis as master at
He also made several personal
appearances in Raleigh churchce.
Including First Baptist and Pullen
Memorial Baptist Churches.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
The American Legtoo Auxiliary
hold Its Srd Area Meeting on Tuse
day. October 12. at the Methodist
Church on Mrdlin Road In South
Attending the meeting from Aux
iliary Ne, 187. Dtstrtrt Nine of Ra
leigh. were Mrs. Mery Brown. Mr*.
Violet Pullen and Mr*. Lcola Me-
What is Doing Around Town!
“Deer rather, help ue te live with
ether* hi the way that will bear ,
fruits of peace and harmony. Give'
us undemanding hearts that we
may share Ufa at its beat may wa j
•top Naming other* for our unfor-.
glvinsm, our neighbor* (or our I
spite, our children for our tan
trum*. and society tor the thorns
end thistles In our hearts.'
ST. MATTHEW AMS Church
School began at *3O a. m. with tha
supt. Mr. Robert Lasans. in charge.
Morning worship started at 11 o'-
clock wHh the Junior choir In
charge of mueU, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Hinton and Mrs. Joe A.
Alston: organist. Miss Annette Pet
tenon. Morning lees on and prayer
were by the pastor, Bev. J. F. Epps,
who also delivered a wonderful ser
msa. which was enjoyed by til.
YOUNG MISSIONARY TEMPLE
CMS Church School began st
PM a. m. with tha supt. Mrs. Della
R ford in charge. Morning wot
•hip service started at 11 o'clock
with the senior shotr In charge of
the music, under the direction of
Mia Myrtle A. Rhodes Morning
lesson end prayer were by the pas
ter. Bev. Slater Baldwin. She also
delivered a wonderful sermon.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Thliwtl Reboot vwwil (*♦ 9 *0 ■
jm. with the supt. Miss Nannie
I Wfnrgnn )n v*cr
•hip at It a. m. It was Layman's
Day and a Urge number of people
were present The men's chorus
was in charge of tha music, under
direction of Mrs M. M. Kelly. Hon
ored guest speaker was Mr. H. E
Brown, principal of the Llgon High
•school. Mr. Brown delivered e
high and timely address, subject
"Who Is Your Neighbor?" The pas
tor. Rev. Neemith and congregation
TUPPER, MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Church School began at 9:30 a. m.
with the supt. Mrs. Dorothy Allan,
in charge. Morning worship began
at 11 a. m. with the paetor. Rev.
D N. Howard. Sr, In charge. Morn
ing lesson and prayer by tha pastor.
Tha senior choir was in charge of
tha music, under tha direction of
Mias VaJJean Myers. Tha pastor de
livered a wonderful message, en
joyed by aIL
WILLIAMS OROVE BAPTIST—
Church School began at 9:30 a. m,
with tha supt Mr. Phillip Alston,
In charge Morning worship service
began it II l n. with the Junior
choir In charge of the music, under
the direction of Mlaa Jacqueline
Mitchell. A very sweet sermon was
delivered by the pastor, Rev. Me-
Kain. h was enjoyed by aIL
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Church School started at
9:M a. m with tha supt. Mr. W. H.
Lyons, Sr, In charge. Worship ser
vice are held every first and third
Sundays. The pastor is Rev. L. T.
OB ERL IN BAPTIST - Church
School opened at 130 am, with
the supt, Mr. Welter Curtis In
charge. Morning worship service
began st II a. m. with the senior
choir In charge of tha music, under
tte direction of Mr*. Elsie HsjNn;
and organist. Mrs. Lucy Campbell.
Call to worship by the pastor. Rev.
J. P. Dempsey, who also delivered
a wonderful sermon, enjoyed by
ULY OP TOE TALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST - Church School
began at 10 a. m. , with the supt,
Mr. Made Arthur. In charge. Morn
tag worship carries started et 11:30
a. m with the senior choir In
charge of the music under the di
rection of Mr*. Mabel Blanshaw.
german by the pastor. Rav. Lester
TOE CHURCH OP OOD Sun
day School opened at 9*5 The 11
a. m. radio message was delivered
by Rev. Mr*. Miriam Dunn. Scrip
toriat reereneee tor the text wee.
St Luke 4:4, Bt John 9.31-33; and
Deut 9:19 Theme, *1 Am Ike True
Breed." We nek your prayer* the!
Ood may blaaa our radio ministry.
R Price Huntsr la church reporter.
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS
' MAV L. BROADIX
Sunday School began at M o’clock,
with the superintendent Mr. Arthur
Williams, in charge. Morning wor
ship followed immediately. The as
sistant pastor. Rev. Mrs. Mary Cot
ton. preached a wonderful sermon
from the subject "Stretch Out On
God," taken from St Mark. 13.
Music wee conducted by the Junior
choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Pannie Washington, with Master
William Ratcliff at tha piano.
Tha pastor's sixth anniversary
was observed during the week,
ending on Sunday night Ha re
ceived gifts and presents from many
UNION BAPTIST Church
School began at 10 a. m, with the
supt. Deacon Willie Hilt. Morning
worship service opened at ILJO
o'clock a. m with tha senior
choir in charge of the music, under
the direction of Mrs. NatUe Har
rington; and organist Mr. WUlia
Henderson. Morning lesson and
prayer by Deacon Walter Price. A
very rich sermon wss enjoyed by
the pastor, Rev. E. Mason.
FIRST BAPTIST— Church School
Started at 9:30 a. m.. with the supt
Mr. W. H. Taylor, in charge. Morn
ing worship service began at 11
m. The pastor. Rev. C. W. Ward.
Call to worship by pastor ra
tion. Invocation by the paetor.
Thi enfold by the choir. The
Junior choir was in charge of the
music, under the direction of Mr.
W W Handle; and organist Mrs E
M. M Kelley. Morning leason and
prayer by the Rev. J. H. Clanton.
Momlng sermon by the pastor. Rev.
j Ward, who delivered an Inspiring
B. T. U. was held at 9:80 p m
The leader is Mr. Prank Hinton.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. with
the juntyr choir in charge of the
music, under the direction of Mr.
W. W Hurdle.
PROVIDENCE HOLY On Sun
day. October 11. Rev. Jams* Boys
dew presided over the morning ser
vice The devotion service was very
Inspiring. Many testified to the de
liverence God had brought In their
live*. Rev. George M. Williams, the
pastor, brought tha morning mes
sage. “Things Which Cannot Be
Shaken." Heb 12;2«-2T
Among the things which are be
ing shaken are the forms of humtn
society, outward systems of re
ligions. principles and idealogles.
The truth brings dissatisfaction
with bondage. The truth liberates
and renews and restores.
These things cannot be shaken:
The word of God. The Church of
Jesus Christ, and The Kingdom of
the living God.
This message was timaly. thought
provoking and vary inspiring.
The evening message was also de
livered by the pastor. He speke on
“Spiritual Gifts.'' This was a soul
stirring message and we were de
lighted and our spiritual strength
was renewed. Mrs. R. Marie Ray.
la church reporter.
TO REIGN AT AhT HOMECOMING IV Mtiaatha
Mine 4/teJ ray Wild™, Belhaven, * mao r and honor edutfcn# at
dbf CoMade, aifl re*<fn a* "Mr** AhT“ over Che annual home
coming event* ro be be*/ ar rhe ooflb|a an Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, October 30. 31 and November I. She is also praaident of
tfte North Carolina Student Section ot the National Education
Aeeociatton (NEA) and premdent at the AhT undergraduate Al
pha Mu Chapter ot the Delta Siima Theta Sworify.
Bush Metropolitan A .MX Bon
Church School began at 9:U a.
m. The *asl slant npt. Mr. Jessie
Degraflenriedt, wa* In charge
The Junior church serrtaeg were
conducted by Rev. Shelley Taylor.i
The 11 o’clock worship esrrtoes
were conducted by Rev. John D.
Lockley. who in turn presented
the paetor. Rev. T. H. Harris, who
brought a my timely message.
His text wa* taken from St
Mark* OoepeL the 9th chapter
and the let and 2nd verms.
His theme wag: "Meeting Baton
Xh Every Phage Os life.”
The Junior choir furnished mus
ic. At 6 p m., the Young Peoples
meeting, the V.CX. was held. The
epeakers for tha occasion wan
Rev*. T. H. Harris and J. D. Lock
ley. Their subjects war* “Sym
bols" and "The Lord's Supper”
Interesting subjects ere discussed
each Sunday and w* Invite thorn
of you who haven't been attend
ing to do so.
Mrs. Annie H. Thorpe la church
MISS VELMA B. JEFFRIES
Kiss Velma B. Jeffries died Kcr,
day afternoon at her home, 703
She Is survived by her father,
Mr. George Jeffries; ona sister, Mr*.
Ida Crump; one brother. Mr. Har
old Jeffries, all of Raleigh.
Funeral services will be conduct
ed from the Oberlin Baptist Church
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
with the Rev. Joseph P. Dempsey
officiating. Burial will fellow in the
The Omicnm Beta Chanter of
Zet* Phi Bet* Sorority will pre
sent Karamu Player* from Kara
mu Houaei Cleveland, Ohio In
“Karamu Album, 1994” on Friday
October 30. at 7:45 pjr.. at the
Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.
The Karamu Album combine*
highlights of Karamu’* musical
season and dramatic weeks.
Preliminary features will In
clude: Introducing the "Olrle In
Blue," and Cronwing "Mlse Blue
Karamu Theatre ha* played a
major role In the careers of Play
i wrlght Ama Bontempe. Poet-
Playwright Langston Hughes,
Poet Oountee Cullen, (tracers In
Broadway* "Show Boat” and
Katheria* Dunham* Dance
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ing Shakespeare. I should like to
write so well that no words of
mine could be Unproved by re
EAST CAROLINA FROSH Some of the Bermett College
freehmon from cities in Emtem North Carolina are left to right,
front row : Misses Deloree Walker and Frankie Perry, both of
Durham; Jacqueline Hunter and Myrtle C apt hart, both of aleigh;
second row: Jacqueline Barnes, at Rocky Mount; Paulette Coble,
of Wilson; Hedy Hunt, ot Henderson and Cynthis Williams, of
Raleigh; back row: Beverly Hkka, Shirley Sturdivant and Janet
Young, all ot Raleigh.
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by Haivsy Slangs!, Ph.D.
Chief Agronomist, AUiad Chemical Cotp. m
PLANTING YOU! LAWN IN AUTUMN
In awet areas et tea United*
States, autumn is the bast time i
to scad and fertilise lawns. It
will pay yea handsome dividend*
next spring and summer.
There arc several reasons for
this. Many grassea grow better
in cool weather, new grace has a
head start in spring, and there '3
no competition with wand*. Also,
the aoil is not soggy as R usually
is hi spring—making tt easier
to work with, aad shorter day*
and eoelar temperatures make
watering and seedling ears
simpler. What* more, there are
fewer gardening chorea to com
pete with lawn car*.
Antnma is tbs time when '
plenty ot fertiliser should be :
applied—at least 40 par seat of
the year* total. To avoid burn
ing and to stimulate growth, pas
those fertiliser* containing non
burning, alow-releaac nitrogen.
They extend the usefulness of
nitrogen during the growing
season. Additional applications
of fertiliser in autumn an desir
able because they build reserves
in the sell for a fart start la
j Ton earn haws a teke-care-of-
Hself lawn if you plant the right
seed mixture. A good aced mix
ture should contain a high per
centage of permanent grassse.
each as Ksatueky bluegrass
(Windsor), red fescue or the
t bentgrasses. Bermuda and soy-
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
“Dear Gad. I can net cant
V Heh and fad and free;
AB that I nan and all I have:
Are bat Mealy ftfte tram Thee;
I cannot any hew little Lard.
Mr. Theodora Chapman, of
Washington. D. C. was a recent
▼tetter in the city, Tlsittne with
hte mother-in-law. Mra Ua
Thorpe, ot IMS X. Bdenton St.
He la the Imbanrt ot the former
Mtea Pauline Thorpe, a native of
Mater to Parham
Mrs. Gladys Jones. Mra Marti*
Williams. Mia* Louise Baker ana
Mr. Char to* Wesley Haywood mo
tored to Durham on Sunday where
they vial tad their cousin, who f
Who aa pwtteth hla traMU
Jehovah shall V seta.
Every day, whatever wa da,
wherever wo pa. God sera
with aa; wa are amounted
aad infolded by the protect
tag pro—ms of God. Knowing
this, wa are at peace—wo
My Lody*s Doings
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In And Out Os Town
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ste tewu* are popular hi dw
For new lawn*, prepare a good
seedbed. TiU tha soil to a depth
of several inches and incorporate
organic materials (compost, past
or even sawdust) had fertiliser.
Sow the seed uniformly, cover
with a mulch, and water gently
and frequently until the Ant
green sprouts appear. You may
leave the mulch to decay and
contribute to aoil humus.
When planting seed In thinned
areas, rake and scratch the soil’s
surface vigorously. Then sow tha
seed lightly over the sod and
work into the soft.
a patient at the Veterans 800-
Attemd 1 iillm hi -| -- -
Revs. T. EL Harris, flheOsy Tay
lor, J. D. Looklay. Mia. Hatha
Peterson, and Mra Jemto Hunt
motored to Ttaakllnton teat
Thursday nteht where they at
tended a raoaptton at Altana
Chapel AME Eton Chanh tn hon
or ad the prater, Hao. J. W. Rad-
Mra hernia Oraad ot Bvaratta
they enjoyed a deUshttul repast
Mrs. Minnie DagmlTenraidt la
chairman ot the Beard.
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I NEW YORK—Fifty-*ix New York
arte Negro physicians and medicai
students who have received awards
from National Medical Fellowship*.
Inc, totaling SI9OOOO to asaist them
with their careen in medicine and
allied sciences, were honored at
the group's 20th annual meeting
held last week at the New York
Academy of Medicine.
1 In introducing the alumni pres
ent Dr. Eric Oldberg. president of
National Medical Fellowship. Inc..
and Head of the Department ot
Neurology. University of Illinois,
commented on the unusually snail
representation Ot Negroes in the
student bodies of U. S. Medical
Schools, despite deliberate encour
agement et enrollment and heroic
efforts to promote scholastic suc
cess by most ot the schools.
| He said teat what must be done
j to help eliminate this disparity of
numbers, is to see It that the Ne
gro’s preparatory education IS good,
and that the graduate doctor has
reasonable hope of a staff appoint
ment in a hospital commensurate
with his ability.
WASHINGTON, D. C. (BpcfbikP
—Republican presidential nominee
Bany Goldwater advocates the
“polltlos of catastrophe.” Sena
tor Humphrey charged in a recent
’'""citing Senator GeMwater's
Pledge “net to peas law*, bet
to repeal them,” the Demo
cratic vies presidential candi
date said -this is the language
et a nihilist.”
“And to all men dedicated to
the American tradition—whethr:
Überal or conservative—nihilism
Is the politics of catastrophe.''
Senator Humphrey said.
Senator Humphrey, speaking at
the University of Georgia on Sept
39, Masted Senator Goldwater for
renouncing the national consensus
that government ha* a responsi
bility to the people.
“Liberals and conservatives
In America may differ on tac
tic*, on methods and on the
pace of public policy,” Senator
Humphrey observed, “but they
share and have always shared
the objective of secertng the
blessings of liberty and the
Messing* of Hfe.”
But Goldwater has embrbaced a
“corrupted version of conserva
tism" Senator Humphrey said.
The Republican standard-bear
er has “renounced this fundamen
tal consensus, has denounced the
role of government for facilitating
the good life,” Senator Humphrey
AT ALL TIMES
Coaault Ua far Reasonable
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