Described By Dowdy
GREENSBORO The Image at
the student meat likely to succeed
In life was dsacribad last week at
Speaking was Dr. UWb C. Dow
dy, president of the college. He was
delivering the main address at the
regular fall convocation, an open
ing general session of students for
fl MISS DEB |
qtgf • (iguette, grooming •
end mteresta, *
Q. Mjr friends have asked ms
go serve oa the decorations coot*
party. Oar budgst is snail and
rn not very creative, k seems
like ail the good decorating
ideas are expensive or over
used. What’s new ?
A. Not new, hot practically
synonomout, are pompons and
football. Consider easy-to-mtke
facial tissue pompons. Here's
howuYake six yellow Kleenex
tissues. Fold the tissues m half
and fringe with scissors, mtk
• ing cuts one-fourth inch apart
ep to ooe inch from the top.
Shake the fringe oat and wrap
around the end of a thin dowel
stick. Fasten with heavy thread.
Presto! A giant tissue pompon.
Or, make pompons that look
like snowballs out of all white
tissues. Tty hanging them from
the ceiling or tie them ia
dusters for corner decorations.
Besides being decorative they
make ideal favors for guests
when the party's over.
Q. When 1 go out on a doable
data with my girl friend toe
refers to me at "The Brain."
Til admit I like school, but I
don't want my data to think
Tn from squaresville. Should I
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He waned. The true student
of responsibility is net hi search of
acclaim end Is neither a publicity
one “in search es new problems te
be solved, new philosophise to be
examined and new secrets te he
A. Could be your friend is
jealous of year good maths.
Oat way to combat this is te
show everybody that you’re not
jsur a brain mst an all-around
J ane. Join in plans fee good
times sad con versa twins about
sports and boys. Most import
ant: Take the whole thing Ugbt
ly end they'll soon forget te '
Q. I'm phoning a holiday
opm bouse bat sty mother s
worried about protecting bar
furniture from spills. How can
I relax without hovering ever
any guests with a mop?
A. You can have a happy
holiday and to can mom by
"holiday-proofing" the loots
and furniture. An extra-heavy
cost of wax will protect the
table tops from rings caused
when drinking glasses are placed
carelessly on the table. A good
beeswax paste plus t strong arm
and a roll of soft Kleenex
towels will provide plenty of
protection. Apply the wax be
fore the holiday season and
just buff up with a fresh double
layer towel before the party.
Treat doors to waxing, too.
Then relax. It's your holiday,
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HUMPHREY STUMPS NEW JERSEY Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate /tutor*
Hortio Humphrey, left, and former heavyweight champion Arnold (Jersey Joe Walcott) Cream,
raise each other’s hands at a breakfast of New Jersey state party leaders in Camden /act Thurs
day. The breakfast launched a one-day whirlwind tour of the State. (UPI PHOTO).
AME Zion Ckurch Prelate:
Bishop H. T. Medford Given
Last Rites In Washington
WASHINGTON, D. C. - Final
rite* for Bichop H. T. Medford, re
tired, AME Zion Church, were
RALEIGH. N. C.
STARTS SUN.. OCT. lIT|
STARTS THVRS.. OCT. 22ND
“THIRD OF A
held from John Wesley AME Zion
Church, on Thursday, October 1.
His life was pictured as one who
rose from “rages to riches,” by
Bishop T. L. Jones, who delivered
the eulogy. The speaker told bow
the deceased was born in poverty
in the mountains of North Caro
lina and how he made his way from
a country store keeper and school
teacher to fame and fortune, as a
January 89. UM and after ob
taining an elementary school
education taught in Ms native
comity. McDonald. He entered
Livingstone College after he
was married and completed his
education. He moved riaodily
upward and postered some of
the outstanding churches In hla
denomination. Hl* last pastor
ate was tbs church from which
bo was funeral tied.
He was elected secretary of For
eign Missions in 1928 and held that
office unUl he was elected a bishop
In 1948. His first episcopal appolnt
men was to Africa, where be serv
ed for four year*. In 1992 he was
THIS WEEK IH NEGRO HISTORY
October 11, 1882 R. Nathaniel
Dett, teacher and composer of
“Listen to the Lamb*,” was born
October 12. 1492 Pietro Alonso,
11 Nigro" (the Negro), was one of
the pilots on Christopher Colum
bus’ voyage to America.
October 12 Day of Africa A
October 12. 1963 War Depart
ment ordered enlisment of Negro
es for Civil War service.
" pPs ■
rmLdkUr experimental pyrart br A* 4fcT Department at Her -
given a domestic district He was
retired from acUve service in 1960.
He was the author of several
hooka and waa a contributor to
many newspapers, Including ths
Star of Zion, official organ of tha
AME Zion Church. Hi* frugality
and business acumen are aaid„6u
have enabled him to be styled as
a man of means. Ha la said to have
been highly successful In dealing
I* Miss Elisabeth Crump, to
whteh unton was born five
children. Twu survive, to*
Rev. Bashar T. Medford and
Thsmas Msdferd. Hla tint wifs
dlsd tat 1661 and ha later marri
ed Mrs. Savannah Janes, Wins
ton Salem, who alee survives.
Burial was in Lincoln Ceme
Others who took part In the
ceremonies were: Bishops A. O.
Dunston, S. G. Spottswood, W. J.
Walls and J. D. Cauthen; Revs.
Richard L. Clifford, A. J.* Fowler
and J. H. Peters, along with Mrs.
Emma B. Watson, Dr. J. C. Hoggard
and Dr. J. W. Elchelberger.
October 18. 1870 The Colored
(now Christian) Methodist Epis
copal Church was organized in
Jackson, Tenn. Nam# was changed
October 16,1896 Sherrtrd Lew
is Laary, Negro follower of aboli
tionist John Brown, was killed at
Harper's Ferry. Va, (now Waat
Virginia). Brown’s raid took place
qp tot same date. Five members
of the original party with Brown
L. A. Oxley Named Vice-Chaimw
Os Johnson-Humphrey Sr. Citizen!
WASHINGTON Lawrence A.
Oxley, former amtotnnt to Labor
Secretary Erancee Perkins, last
week waa named vice-chairman of
“Senior Ci Uxons for Johnson and
The nationwide organisation with
headquarters hart ia Jointly chair
ed by Sen. Pot McNamara (D-
Mich.) end Rep. John Fogarty (D
Oxleyßa activities in behalf of
the nation's 18400,660 senior citi
aans will toko him to Missouri.
Ohio, llUnlos, Massachusetts and
California, where he will urge
Democrats and Republicans alike
to support the Johnson-Humphrey |
ticket and "the present administra
tion's progressive programs for old
er people." Ha will urge the elec
tion of Congressmen and Senators
who endorse the President’s pro
posals to strengthen the social se
curity system end through It offer
the aged s practical approach to
Oxley bee been eempelgn
tag for topayel social aeesr-
My, welfare and medical bene
fits for the elderly tones his re
tirement from the Leber De
pertment in 1087. In H6X. he
October IT, 1896 North Caro
line Mutual Life Insurance com
pany waa organised In Durham, by
Dr. A. M. Moore end John Merrick.
October 17. 1888 The first Ne
gro savings bank was established
in the V. S. capital.
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RALEIGH, N. 0. BATPRDAT, OCTOHKB IT, I—4
Joined toe National Council es
Senler CUlaene es director ts
•pedal projects. At 77, he is a
vstoesa at five prmUmticl
A popular speaker aa well as au
thor, ha has appeared before civic,
religious knd veteran's groups in
every State of toe union.
He ia n prominent layman In
the Episcopal Church, end as
tore ergantwr es American Leg- '
Rev. Bollinger Vesper Speaker . JT
GREENSBORO "The trouble
with toe world today is (hot too
many people ere unconcerned a
bout what happens," the Rev.
Charles Bollinger told the Bennett
College vesper audience Sunday
in Pfeiffer Chapel.,
The minuter, who Joined the col
lege administration as director of
development this fall, cornea from
Syracuse, N. Y„ and chose aa his
subject, "A Bridge Between Two
LIT MB HELP TOD! IP YOU
HAVE PROBLEMS OP ANY
Fferhapa It la financial, love, or
family troubles I feel sure that
I can help you with your par
ticular problem. If you will
have faith and trust tn me.
Write me today, strictly con
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Wlttehenae, C. P„ Snath Africa
ton peeta In tike Sewto, ami
peed dean for U yams aifcßfc
Plgakix Club , nwmi| H?
ting the Atlantia eanhentotc?
Oxley, a veteran of VbM WEt L
said he will seek to enwnhtor
ior Citizens for Johnaon end Am
pnrey u un ihw naMMUPm
get out and vote to protect the fne
grsms that protest toe elderly. l^
"You are the bridge bifween Rk
' generations and the tuturo"~ie
; Mid, ‘ted it to important toxw
' briS part es history. D«Mm
tury made the wotod e neigh&r
--| hoed hut you end I mud mubi Into
[ n brotherhood."
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