WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1964
By Jay Bee Aytch
PRESBYTERIANS TO ■
LI MBER TON
ROCKY MOUNT—“Big Ed" Wil
ton, president. Cape Fear United
Presbyterian Men's Council, has
APEX—We Mope everyone had a
happy and safe Thanksgiving. Woi
ahip service was just great at First
Baptist. Usually on sth Sundays,
we are featuring our singing groups
of the church, which arc five On
duty for this service were the Male
and Gospel choruses and the young
adult junior choir.
The pastor, Rev. j
W T de- ■
message His text V
was taken from W
St. Luke. 12.52, /
subject, "The Jj
the Little Flock
ing from to 12mBBflB
a. m., Thanksgiv- MRS. COLVIN
Ing service was held at First Bap
tist. The attendance was good.
There was no message, but testi
monies of Thanksgiving All could
witness to God's loving kindness to
them and their many blessings
from God Mrs. Docia Evans gave
the history of the beginning of our
Thanksgiving service under the di
rection of the pastor, Rev. Bigelow.
Ws have had very good Thanks
giving services for four years.
We were happy to see the follow
ing student* home for the Thanks
giving holidays; Miss Carolyn
Mangum. of N C. College. Durham,
Mr. Claudte Thorpe, Jr. o A&T
College, Greensboro: Mr. Oscar
Farrar, also of ALT College; Misses
Raleigh, Nancy Hinton, of Durham
Business College. Durham; Margie
Powell of Shaw University, Ra
leigh; Joe Ella Walden. N C. C..
Durham; Dixie Lee, N. C College,
Durham, and Jacqueline Williams,
of Ligon High School, Raleigh.
Mrs. Carrie Grlmsley and daugh
ter. Janls, are visiting her daugh
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mnt
thews Coleman, of Philadelphia. Pa
Sgt and Mrs. Bobby Jones, board
ed a »hip In Stuggart. Germany.
November 6th After several stops
they arrived In New York 14 days
later. They are now visiting rela
tive* here. Sgt Jones Is the nephew
Os Mrs H A Mims Mrs Jones is the
daughter, of Mrs. Evelyn Bullock
He will leave soon for Fort Bleas.
Texas, near the Mexican border.
Mr. Eerrus Jones, brother of Sgt
Jonea. Is here from Brooklyn. N Y.
to Join his brother. A happy re
union was reported ns they has not
seen each other In R years
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Bullock
•pent the weekend in Washington.
D C. visiting Mrs Bullock s bro
ther who Is 111.
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iesnpd a r ) ?r ji-»p call foe, all grew. —
bytenan men to gather at Bethany
United Presbyterian Churen. Lust- j
L»ai ton, Sunday afternoon. Decern- :
her 6. at 1:15 o'clock, for the an- 1
r.ual meeting of the Council and
the election of officers.
The featured speaker for the pro
gram will be the Rev. Robert J.
Stone. Associate Director. Com
mission on Race and Relation. U*
nit>d Presbyterian Church USA.
Group discussions will be held
on the Council theme: “Sent . . .
Into The World " The Presbyterian
Men seek to aid In evangelistic
work and encouraging increased
fellowship as well as supplement
ing financial projects in the local
BARBER. 84. GIVEN BITES
Funeral rites were said from
Rocky Mount's Mt. Zion Baptist
Church Friday for James Hannon.
M-year-old retired barber, who had
been in ill health for several years
A native of Scotland Neck, In
Halifax County, Hannon had served
some fifty years as a barber and
waa well-known for his joviality
and friendliness toward all people.
Mrs Luetta Bryant was the lone
colored member of a class of eleven
baby-sitters taking special Instruc
tion at the Lexington Avenue
(white) YW CA recently The group
concluded the course with a social
period during which refreshment*
holly raises gobblers
Leslie W. Holley, an outstanding
colored farmer of the Dunbar Com
munity. on NC 97. was featured in
the local dally on Turkey Day with
one of his nine hundred fat turkevs
with which he hopes to satisfy the
desire of as many families for
BY GLENN ELLIOTT
J. V'R Win; Varsity Loses
FUQUAY SPRINGS - The Fu
quay Consolidated "Bisons" played
the "Greyhound*" of the State
School for The Blind and Deaf on
Garner Road In Raleigh for it* an
nual homecoming game on Novem
ber 24th The Junior varsity played
• very thrilling game. They lead
off with the first acore of the ball
game and were never headed Car
son Underwood was the highest
scorer with 19 point* The final
score was 52 to 36 In favor of the
The final outcome was a differ
ent story for the varsity Bisons.
For the first three quarter*. It was
anybody's gMme with Fuquay domi
nating the lead most of the way.
The first quarter saw the Bisons
leading the Greyhounds 17-14; at
th. half. It was 33-30 in the Bisons’
favor and at the end of the third
quarter, it was all tied up at 48 all.
The two teams fought on even
grounds until about three minutes
of the game when the Greyhound*
broke the game wide open with fast
be aks and accurate shooting to go
out in front and win the see-saw
I battle by a score of 89-62. Ray
Leach, captain of the Bisons, was
high scorer with 18 points.
The lovely homecoming queen.
Miss Elaine McKoy. a twelfth
grader, was presented to the fans
at half-time by the captain, Ray
l each Miss McKoy was formerly
i pr< sen ted on Monday night at the
j school s first Coronation Ball and
! crowned "Miss Fuquay Consolidat
ed ' for 1964-85
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APEX HONOR SOCIETY GIVES BANQUET Pictured above are members of the
Apex Crown and Scepter Club, the principal and advisor. Bottom row leit to right-. Mrs. S. A.
Shears, advisor; Misses Lillie Lyons, Diana Walden, Maeshrister Brown, Frances Thomas, and Dr
N. M. McMillan, principal. Second row: Misses Brenda Thomas, Yvonne Page and Jacqueline
Jones. Third row : Misses Paulette Bland, Alva Wooten and Linda Yates.
APEX CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL
CROWN AND SCEPTER CLUB
HONORS PARENTS. TEACHERS
APEX—The sponsor and mem
bers of the Apex Crown and Scep
ter Club recently held an honor's
night banquet for the teachers and
parents. Approxlmaely seventy
ive parents, teachers and guest*
were present. The banquet waa
given in a lovely setting in the
school dining room. The glow
of yellow can lies added to Its
beauty. The menu consisted of
southern fried chicken, potato
salad, string beans, candied yams,
homemade rolls and butter, hot
coffee, multicolored sherbert and
pound cake. ‘
Wooten, introduced Mrs. S. A.
Sheares, a member of th# facul
ty and advisor to the Crown and
Scepter Club She, in turn, intro
duced each Crown and Scepter
Club member and their parent* to
the group. We were also honored
to have among our guests, Dr.
and Mrs N M. McMillan. In his
remarks, Dr. McMillan inspired hia
listeners by speaking of the high
quality of scholarship, excellence
in character and unselfish devo
tion to the best interest nf th*
parents, school and community.
BY H. M. JOHNSON
CLINTON—Mis* Lassie Sampson
and Mu C S. Perry flew to Gary,
lnd. last week to spend Thanks
giving with Mr and Mrs. Franklin
Jones. While there, they planned to
visit other friends and relatives.
Mrs. Bettle Tatum spent the holi
days In Durham, N. C. with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bethea.
Mrs. Arlethla Graham was In
Washington. D C. for Thanksgiv
ing. visiting her daughter and son
in-law, Mr and Mrs. Tonny Cun
ningham. She reports a dcllghftul
Mrs. Hattie B Matthews was the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs Nelson
in Washington. D. C. for the
William Grady Kirby and James
E Kirby of Phils , Pa apend the
weekend here with their grand
mother, Mrs. Addle Kirby, and
family, of W. Carter Street.
Mr. John H. Moore returned to
j his home In New York City after
spending two weeks here with his
brother. Rev. James Moore, and his
The following college students
were home for the Thanksgiving
holidays: Rollen Butler. Lenard
: Koval, Stacy Allen, Bernard John
' son. Lawrence Sampson. Sarah
Petrraon, Patricia Jacobs. Brenda
Summerville. Jocelyn Moore. Rose
| lyn Coldwell. Marilyn Weeks. Mary
A. Rich. Plato McCullum. Carter
R. and Mlnerca Jones. Patricia
Parker. Lillie M. Boykin, Lemont
MatthU. Dorcas Worthy, Ruth
Maynor and Betty L. Jones.
Rev. and Mrs. James A Moore
left last Saturday for Newark. N. J,
where they will stay for two weeks
before going to Detroit Mich, to
spend the Christmas holidays with
their daughter. Mrs. Edna Shaw
Mr. Henry M Johnson and chil
dren motored to Greensboro last
Sunday to visit his daughter and
their stster. repectively. Mr*. Gwen
dolyn McDougal who is a patient
in the L. Richardson Hospital.
The Friendly Garden Club will
hold its last meeting of the year
Saturday night at the home of Mrs.
Roaa Cooper. During the social
hour, gifts will be exchanged end
■ final plans made for remembering
| some of the senior citizens during
the Christmas holidays
! SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL . WINS
FIRST PLACE IN COMPETITIONS
j The sixth-five piece Sampson
I High School marching band, under
j the direction of William Spruill. Jr
| recently received tropin for win-
I ning first place at the Elks Parade
in Gastonia last May
The band also recently received
I first place in a competitive band
: fete in Wilmington, at the South
eastern Regional Pair Winning out
| over W'lining ton and Laurtnburg.
I who won second and thrtd place, re-
The Bisons will journey to Coop
er High School of Clayton on De
cember 4th with a determined ef
fort to defeet their arch rivals and
1 ihe former coach of the Consolidat
ed Bisons H. M. Todd, who tor
i several years had winning teams
! here and went to Cooper to become
I its bead basketball coach Uus year.
In addiion. Dr. McMillan said
that th* very presence of the
parent* of tha member* of the
Crown and Scepter Club indicated
concern and a deep interest, not
only for the student* but alao for
the school, community and public
education. “This ia essential in a
democratic aociety and for the con
tinued growth of a nation who leads
the world in public education,” he
stated. “It is the parents like you
who add joy to the routine of dally
living and make this world a better
place in which to live.”
Dr. McMillan said he was deeply
concerned that all of the Crown
and Scepter Club members are
girla.” What is happening to our
gratulated the girls for their ex
cellence of scholarship and caution
ed them to reach their goals in
life. Dr. McMillan had high praia#
for Mr*. S. A. Sheares. Mrs. Sheares
is head of the English Department
at Apex, and former English in
structor at Kittrell Junior College,
At the conclusion of the banquet,
the members of the Crown and
Sceptar Club danced with their
parent* and gueats. Everyone was
jubilant over • moat enjoyable
spectlvely. Several other bands
were also competitor*.
Judge* for the event were: W. P.
Carlson. Jr, director of bands at
AAT Colleges. Greensboro, and
Lieutenant Ferguson, director of
bands at Carolina Military Aca
BT MRS. FLORENCE J. WYNN
YOUTH PROGRAM OP WESTERN
BENSON—The devotional serv
ice was conducted by the program
committee: Miss Jessica King and
Miss Mary Kelly. Introduction of
speaker, by Mlw Theresas V. Pow
ell: speaker Rev. Phillip Elliott, of
Fayetteville. Response, Miss T. V.
Powell Dinner was served and tha
afternoon session began with Mis*
Gail Bflßley, vice-president. presid
ing. After recognition of visitor*
and offering, the program was ad
journed. This program was held at
Goshen. The convention will be
held at Thaddeuse In June.
Thanksgiving service was held at
the St. James Disciple Church, with
the pastor. Rev. Robert Williams,
delivering the message.
HOME FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND
Misses Annie Williams. Annie
McEachin. Mr. Leroy McEachin,
Miss Alice Faye McEachin of Rich
mond. Va. and Mr. Roosevelt Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Clark had
as their guests their daughter and
thetr grandchildren, of Washing
ton. D C.
Mr. Walter D. Thornton, aon of
Mrs. Vivian Thornton, spent the
holiday with his mother and
friends. Mr. Thornton Is a student
at State College in Fayetteville.
Eulogistic rite* were held Sat
urday. November 28, 1964 from the
Pleasant Grove Freewill Baptist
Church, for Mrs. Leeds Jackson
Melvin. Survivor*, her husband. 2
adopted sons of New York, on#
daugher. of New York, one sister,
two brother* of New York. Cali
fornia and Goldsboro. Officiating
were Rev. C. D. Smith and Rev.
Alexander Walker. The Home Mis
sion Sister* held • memorial at the
church end the cemetery where
the president. Sis. Ines McKiethen.
placed a Pag. Interment was in
Eulogistic ntee were held at
White Oak Church. Newton Grove,
for Mr Richard Oates of New York
Survivor*: hi* wife. Mr*. Margaret
Oates, and children. Officiating
were Rev. S. A. Dane pastor. Rev.
Robert Wiliams and Rev. MemtL
Burial followed at Oats* cemetery
BY MRS. LUCILLE CHAVIS
opened at 10 its. at Watts Chapel
with Mr. Chester Debnam. aupL.
presiding. Rev. Otbo Kearney was
the 11:30 a. m. speaker. His choir
and congregation of his church in
Hmithflakl aooompantod him. We
Riley Hill News
By Miaa Mary Smith and
Mrs. D. L. Jeffers.
WENDELL The membership
drive ended with Mrs. E. E. Bar
field's second grade and Mrs. L.
L Sewell's first grade reporting
Identical sums. Both classes wll
receive prizes for their splendid
In as much as there were two
Important weeks to be observed
this month, namely Book and A
merlcan Education Weeks, Mrs B.
W. Mason's seventh grade pre
sented a play entitled “Great A-
standing Americans of the past
and wisely counseling the fact
that all unselfish freedom lov ng
Americans who practiced the
‘'brotherhood of man,” can be
"Qreat Americans.” The play was
ably presented at the PTA meet
ing and enjoyed by all present.
Mr. Robert Holden and Mrs. L.
L. Sewell attended the 37th An
nual PTA Convention, which wns
held at the Second Ward High
School. Charlotte. Reports will be
given at our December PTA meet
School closed, Wednesday befire
Thanksgiving with children wear
ing big smiles not because they
were going to have a big holiday
with good things to eat, but they
were happy to know they had
had an opportunity to bring h’r
plness to a few hearts by partici
pating in sharing some of theif
Cheer baskets were beautlfu'ly
decorated by Miss O. Stroud’s ard
Mrs. B. White's classes and were
delivered to needy families.
BY MRS. GOLDIE LEE HARDY
PRINCETON—Mrs Nancy How
ell of Princeton, spent the
Thanksgiving holiday with Mr and
Mrs Alonza Coley and family of
Wilson. Mr. Coley Is Mrs. Howell's
Miss Linda Wiley of Princeton
spent Thanksgiving in Washing
ton, D. C. with her aunt and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
Newsome and visited other friends.
James Henry Best and William
81ms. Bobble Newsome of Wash
ington. D. C.. were down for the
holidays, visiting relatives and
MT. and Mrs. Hadle Lee Howell
and daughter. Dorothy, of Golds
boro, visited Mrs. Goldie Hardy.
Alvin. Mrs. Howell. Mrs. Margaret
Massey. Mrs. Julia Moore, accom
panied Mrs. Goldie Hardy to visit
Mrs. Polly Williams and daugh
ter of Smithfield and also Mrs
Della Toole, who lost her husband.
Mias Leans Mildred Atkinson,
of Princeton, was the weekend
guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Moore ard
family of Raleigh. Miss Atkinson
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
all have something to be thankful
for. What portion of life we have
left. I. your reporter, had the
chance to worship at Rush Metro
politan AMEZ Church. Raleigh.
Sunday and to hear Dr. Brown,
one of the presiding Elders of the
conference. Rev. T H. Harris is
the pastor. We were gl»d to have
Mr. Thomas Terell of Baltimore.
Md, visit us for the holidays. I
will be glad to hear from you at
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Homecoming Day at St. James
METHOD A very enjoyable
time was enjoyed by member* and
friend* Sunday. Nov. 39, at St
James AMR Church. The morn
ing message was delivered by Rev.
B. H. Closs, who spoke very force
ably about the Homecoming of the
Prodigal Son. It was a ttmeiy
message and those present enjoy
ed It. The senior choir rendered
lovely music with Mrs. Gaynor,
Rev. Sister Hogan. Rev. SMer
Frazier and another visiting min
ister with the pastor were seated
in the pulpit.
Dinner was served In the school
cafeteria. At 7:30 p. m. another
stirring message was brought by
Rev. Redfeam from Franklinton.
The junior choid sang beautifully,
accompanied by Mrs. Ferguson A
nice sum was realized from this
Rev. Close, family and a large
number of Prayer Band members
were present for service.
Rev. Mrs. Mary Frazier and
Mrs. Marlce Lucas were in charge
of Homecoming Day.
Thanksgiving service sponsored
by the Ladles Willing Workers
Club at 8t James AME Church
Thursday was grand. Rev. Leotha
Debn&m was speaker for the oc
casion. He did a wonderful job on
the Ten lepers cleansed and one
returned to give Jesus thanks.
It was really nice and everyone
enjoyed the sermon and the testi
monials of thanks. Rev. Sheares
was present. Music by a mixed
choir of Oak City Baptist and 6t.
James AME Church with Mrs.
Mamie S. Wilcox accompanist
On Wednesday night the ladies
of the some club met at the home
of Mrs. Allie W. Smalls and pre
pared and sent out nice gifts of
fruit to the sick and old ones. Six
teen boxes were given out.
Rev. J. M. Harris, pastor of the
Christian Church, welcomes every
one to service Sunday morning at
Regular service will be held st
Boylan Chapel AME Church Sun
day morning. Rev. J. N. Sheares,
pastor. All are welcome there.
, .our sick sccra to be doing very
well at this writing.
Mr. Joseph Hawthone Toole un
cle of Mrs. Rosa T. Curtis passed
away in the Veterans Hospital at
Fayetteville on Friday, Nov. 27. He
was funeralized Tuesday, Dec 1,
at 11 o'clock In the Methodist
Church at his home. In Smith
field. Burial was in the National
Cemetery. Raleigh. The family has
B. OK. P.TJL
PTA was held at the Berry O’-
Kelly High School last Tuesday
night Instead of Monday night be
cause of the parents having to ac
oompany their children to the
DURHAM—North Carolina Col
lege has been awarded a grant of
$70,480 by the National Science
Foundation to conduct the college's
ninth Summer Institute in Science
and Mathematics for Junior and
Senior High School Teachers, Pres
ident Samuel P. Massie announced
The institute, to be directed by
Dr. Walter H. Pattillo Jr, chair
man of the Department of Biology,
will run from June 7 to July 17,
Eighty teacher*, who will re
ceive stipends and travel and
dependency allowances, will be
selected as participants.
Acording to Pattillo, the t>-
slitute it designed to offer
[ courses and experiencea to bi
ology, chemistry, and mathe
matics specifically designed to
upgrade teachers whase com
petence has been limited by
training, experience, or baste
understanding of science.
"It is designed especially for
teachers whose training in the sub
ject matter area does not exceed
two years. Preference will be given
persons who have current teach
-1 ing schedule* ot at least SO par cant
scienc or mathmatics and who have
never attended an institute,'* he
In the three subject areas bio
-1 logy, chemistry, and mathematic*—
two courses will be offered in each
' area. They will not yield gradu
; ate credit said Pattillo.
• Daniel Atkinson. Jr, of Princeton.
"Bown down thine ear. O Lord
hear me; for I am pw nwfrj
Christmas parade. Next meeting
will be held In connection with
the Anntml Christmas play.
The todies Willing Workers
Chib will meet with Mrs. Laura
Manuel and Mrs. Lucy Scar
borough at Idea Manuel’s home
the 2nd Thursday in December.
Both ladles will celebrate theh l
birthdays at that time All mem- <
bers are expected to be present.
Meved Te Wendell 1
Mr. and Mrs. Defort Duneton 1
and family have moved to their <
new home near Wendell. We we
glad of their nioe new home but
very sorry to have them leave oar
Mrs. CVeo Clark was the Thanks
giving and weekend guest of Miss 1
Dora D. Stroud and the Edward <
Curtis family She returned to her i
home in Aberdeen Sunday.
From Memphis, Tenn.
Rev. Mr. Chas. Jones from !
Memphis, was a weekend visitor 1
here in the home of his wife’s peo
ple, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Carter
of Royal Street.
In Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bethea and
two daughters, and Mrs. Code
Parrish sent the Thanksgiving
holidays in Washington, D. C.
There’s nothing so bad that it
could not be worse.
There’s little that time may not
And troubles, no matter how
thickly they come
Most surely will come to an end.
You’ve stumbled well.
So have we all In our time.
Don’t dwell over much on regret
For you’re sorry, God knows—
Well leave it at that—
Let past things be past, and
Don't despond, dont give up,
But Just be yourself—
The self that is highest and best
Just live everyday
In a sensible way,
And then leave to God all the reri.
Party Given For
2 Mrs. Ed Hails
A double birthday party was
given in honor of Mrs. Edward
Hall. Sr., and Mrs. Edward Hall, Jr.
last Saturday night, November 28,
at 22 Lincoln Terrace in Chavis
Heights, by Ed Hall Jr.
Mrs. Hall Sr, la Ed’* mother
and known to many as "Moth
or” Bernice Hall. Mrs. Hall. Jr,
ta Ed's wtfo and ta known as
“Ansel.” Ed Hall Jr, I* known
throughout th* are* as the
popular and personable leader
and bnstneea manager es the
"Sensational” Evening rive
The party was a big success, at
tended by a capacity crowd of
"happy birthday wishers." The two
ladle* received over 100 presents
and several hundred birthday greet
The “fire little Ed Halls*
were very impressive ae they
sang, “God can da anything but
Five of Mr*. Hall, Sr.’a nine chil
dren were present They are: Miss
es Thelma, Doria and Evelyn Hall;
and Messrs. Garland and Ed, Jr.
Everyone reported having enjoyed
“Mother” Hall* birthday was
Monday. November 30, and “Ang
el’#” birthday was Wednesday,
RUSSIAN RUMOR MILL
The Catholic Digest states that
Russia has a special bureau for the
purpose of planting international
rumor*: Th* Disinformation Office.
Official CIAA Football Standings
(THRU GAMES OF NOV. 21. 1984)
/ (Conference) (All)
SCHOOL WL T Rating WL T Pts. u;>
AAT. College 5 0 1 27.08 5 3 1 246 208
Morgan State College 71 0 23.13 71 0 246 57
Maryland State College 4 11 21.25 4 2 1 92 44
J. C. Smith University* 6 1 0 20.71 7 2 1 267 106
Va. Union University* 6 3 0 19.44 6 3 0 157 l R
Va. State College 5 2 0 19.29 5 2 0 113 98
Howard University* 4 1 0 19.00 8 2 0 241 cs
Winston Salem College* 4 3 0 17.86 4 4 0 178 169
Biaafcgth City College* 4 4 0 15.00 4 4 0 151 93
Shaw University 3 5 I 14.38 2 6 1 99 155
8L Paul's college* 3 4 0 14.29 3 6 0 66 235
Delaware State College* 3 5 0 13.75 3 7 0 132 172
SL Augustine’s College 3 5 0 13.75 4 5 0 104 116
Nbrth Carolina College 3 4 0 13.33 4 4 0 123 101
Norfolk State College* 2 5 0 12.14 2 71 92 381
Fayetteville College*, j, 1 5 1 12.14 2 71 92 281
Livingstone College* 1 6 0 11.43 2 8 0 65 309
Hampton Institute* 0 7 0 10.00 1 8 0 104 250
Record against non-conference opponents W 11 Ll7 T 1
• SEASON IS COMPLETE
North Carolina AAT. College has clinched the CIAA Football
Championship regardless of the outcome of their Thanksgiving game
with North Carolina College.
Final standings. Individual and team leaders will be released af
ter the season Is completed.
BY BOSS MAE N. HOPSON
ML Zion 'Baptist Church
Cary Churei Activities Mt.
Zion BSpttat Church
Members and friends of Mt.
/inn Baptisti Church celebrated
the pastor. Rev. Isaac C.
thirteenth anniversary. Sunday
The guest speaker was Rev. W.
B. Lewis, pastor of Fayetteville St.
Bapt. Ch, Raleigh. Deacon Frank
Coad was master of cerimonits.
Among the pulpit guests ras Rev
Fat Burt of Watts Chape Baptist
Church. Music was ren< ered ty
the Fayetteville St. Baptis Church
senior choirthe 21 it chap
ter of Isaiah and the :leven'h
verse: Theme, “Watchma i. What
of the Night?” Rev Lewii deliv“t -
ed an inspiring message
Visitors were from Lin olnsvii'e
AME Church, Fayette [lie St.
Baptist, Good Hope Bapti t. Watts
Chapel Baptist. Boylan C tapel A
ME. St. John AME. si 1 Jones
Chapel Baptist. Proses Ing tne
gifts was Rev. Lewis. A leautlful
cake from the Barnett li oily and
a nioe purse were giver die Rev.
Church of Chri
On Sunday evening i 4 pun.
the guest speaker for he hour
was Mrs. Gay of Raleli t, presi
dent of Youth Fellowsh j of the
United Church of Christ Conven
tion of the South. Another visitor
was Mrs. Lillie L Taylor, also of
Raleigh, from the Congregational
Mrs. Mary L. Lewis of E. John
son St., spent the weekend in
Henderson, visiting relatives.
Mrs. Mildred Stattcn and chil
dren, of Knightdalc, were the
Sunday guests of her mother-in
law, Mrs. Lucy Staten.
Leaving For U. S. Army
Joseph Edwards, son of .Mrs
Geneva Edwards, of Boyd Street,
has Joined the U. S. Army and
will be stationed at Fort Jackson.
S. C. Joseph is a graduate of Ber
ry O’Kelly High. Method.
“Only faith can teach us that
prayer Is not a soliloquy.
It is not a monologue It is a dia
logue—where we speak and G:d
hears, and He speaks to us.
knows. He is concerned."
BY J. L. PRINCE
HOLLY SPRINGS—The Holly
Springs School PTA met last
Tuesday night. We had a large
The meeting was carried out in
an orderly manner.
The membership committee had
a follow-up of its project.
The principal urged parents to
co-operate With the Beginners’
The Rev. Mr. Bowden of Saitit
Paul CME Church of Apex visited
our meeting. He expressed a will
ingness to help in any way pos
sible and in any capacity in the
REV. STANLEY, CHAPEL
GREENSBORO “The Christian
religion is ihe only one that puts
an emphasis upon joy,” the Rev. J.
T. Stanley told Bennett College
students at the Monday morning
. chapel hour.
The Greensboro minister, who is
superintendent of the Convention
of the South, the United Church of
[ Christ, said that Thanksgiving is a
matter of attitude and a way of life,
i “We should thank God for every
. thing—the hard things as well as
, the easy ones—for until we have
been crushed, the best in us is nev
er known,” he concluded.
t Never park in the hot sun if you
• can avoid it, the Catholic Digest
1 advises, because gasoline evapo
. rates very quickly in the heat.