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JUNIOR WOMAN’S CLUB MEET
Mrs. Grace Harris entertained the
jngpbera of the Junior Woman's
Club at her home recently. The
members brought items for a
Thanksgiving basket and the basket
wqs given to a needy family.
Mrs. Beatrice Hall, president,
prsslied aver the very brief
_ bpdnaas session, mans were
’’ made, however, far the next
hastens meeting which la to
Be held on Tuesday, December
8, at the Mary Talbert Heme.
■■ Members who were net present
at the last meeting are asked to
call the president for details of
- the meeting to be held on
Mrs. Harris entertained in her
Usual lavish way. The table was
laden with goodies of all types and
members consumed them accord*
Her guests were Mrs. Josephine
Robinson and Christine Jeffries.
One of them, and maybe both, are
Members present for the
- meeting were Misses# Ida E.
Jones and Vivian Burt; Mes
ty«M Been Tucker, Beatrice
Hall, Chrystlne Cooper, Hattie
• Batter, Dorothy Feimster, Phyl
lis Haywood. Mary Graham and
No games were played mem
bers and guests were too busy eat
ing and making a picture but
numbers were drawn and four
member* and the two guests were
awarded prises. Thorn prises west
to Naths Butler. Ida Jonas. Chrys
tine Cooper and Phyllis Haywood,
club members: Josephine Robinson
and Christine Jeffries, euests.
THE links in session
The Raleigh Chapter of Linkv
Ida, met et the home of Link Nan*
NOTA PfIUSCPOBS* BOARD TO
Tho Board of Directors of the
Narth Carolina Teachers AwocU
tfau will meet Saturday, December
8, at IWO a. ra. in the Headquarters
Building es NCTA, Raleigh. Busi
nass of importance will be dis-
AH members are urged to attend
MRS. GENEVA P. BROWN M ;
Mrs. Geneva P. Brawn's two
Waters, Misses M. L. Palin and
Paha Pailln, and a Mend. Mrs.
Lears Walker, spent the Thanks
gtvtag holidays with her. All
three are from Elizabeth City.
MBS TROTTER VISITS PARENTS
After epaadtag Thanksgiving
Say In Richmond, Va., with rel
attvas, Bftea Chtnita Trotter
metered to Raleigh to spend the
renmteder as tee holidays with
hdr parents, Mr. sad Mrs. Jamas
A 1962 graduate of North Caro-
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
gf os HILLSBORO SI R£ET, RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA TEL TE *lO7l
nie Inborden an South East Street,
Saturday November 28.
Communications Were read and
the business completed. The guests
arrived and were served a most
The evening was highlighted by
guests and members playing four
changes of bridge.
Guest invited: Miss Margaret
Bagg, Medamcs H. H. Tewds.
Clinton Llgen, Louise Flagg,
Edna Lewis of New Yerk City,
and Mamie Oxley es Washing
ton. D. C. .
Members present: Links
Baade Baas,, Theban Clark.
Elisabeth Constant, Mayme
Flagg, Oertrads Harris, GUa
Harris, WUUe Kay. Chlee Laws.
Nersleekbart, Jlnunto Middle
ten, Dorm otey. Vhrtaa Saasam.
Mildred Taylor, Martlia Wheel
er and Catharine Winters.
First and second guest prizes
were won by Mrs. H. H. Towns,
and Mr*. Louise Flagg. Club prises
went to Links Elizabeth’ Constant
and Catherine Winters.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON BOOK
Tbs regualr business meeting es
the Friday Afternoon Rook Club
was held last Friday at the home
of Mrs. Pinky HalL Ten members
Others in attendance were: Mes
dames Esther Michael, May Bry
aht, Garris Laws, Mary P. Lane.
Omra Haywood, ItynS Harris, and
Miss Belvs Lons. Guest Mrs. Mil
dred Chavis. The president Mrs.
Nancy Devane, presided over the
meeting. The secretary is Mrs. Mar
ie Moore, and treasurer. Mr*.
After the business session was
over, the hostess served S delicious
Una Collage, Durham, (he is pres
ently employed in Greystone, N. J.
MRS. RICHARDS ATTENDS
Mrs. Edna C. Richards, ex*- •
entire secretary. North Caro
lina Association as Claasrsem
Teachers, la attending the Na
tional Future Teachers of A
‘ meric* Committee, end the Ne
tt snsl Cnmiabsiea ea Teacher'.
Education and. t Prafeastsoel
Standards meetings being held
December 2-5 at Airline Heaee
la the vicinity es Warrentea.
Blrs. Richards Is a member es
the National FTA Advisory
RETURN! FROM FOUR-BAT
The Bill Walton Combo has just
returned from a four-day engage
ment in Cleveland, Tennessee. This
is the third trip to Cleveland for the
band, and the people, as always,
turned out fat large numbers to
pack the house each night.
Playing the drums and singing is
Milford Williams of Durham. On
electric guitar is Frankie Lae, of
Durham; on sax if Bobby Sentinel,
presently of Raleigh, end on the
organ is Bill Walton.
ATTEND NEW JERSEY FUNERAL
Mbs Lillie Birdsall and Mr*.
Pinkie HaR attended the funer
al as Mrs. Martha Jordan Hte-
frets an the aame In
th* sonars hshnr. Now,
and say lb* seem over
a tew items at rsnrssH.
It weal ha bag bate**
Wl WILL kasw » fee
have earned the fat*.
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DINE DANCE SHOWS SPECIAL EVENT
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BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
“The Time for Friendship”
He can get along without you.
When skies above are fair
You do not need to think about
When he is free from doubts
It is in battle by and for him
To the aad and bitter end
It is in helping when he needs :t
That you prove to boa friend
Spends Thanksgiving tat D. C
Miss Shirley R. Donaldson, of
918 S. State Bt. and Mias Mara
mie Perry spent the Thanksgiving
holidays in Washington, D. C. with
Miss Helen Lilly, formerly of tits
Entertains Family At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Durham
of 2104 Gilliam Lane entertained
members of their family god
friends at dinner on Thanksgiv
ing Day. The menu consisted of
turkey with all the trimmings
Mr. McKinley Taylor of Wash
ington, D. C., was in the city over
the holidays where he spent an
enjoyable stay with his sister,
Miss Ruth Taylor, of 8. McDowell
Entertains GuOs** From
Mr. and Mrs. Nlal Donaldson of
918 8. State St. had as their dlh
iic, (sued oi| Thursday, Mrs. Bea
trice F. Evans, Mrs. Thelma B*v
yer, and daughter, Mrs. Thera
Stuffer, Mias Theresa Payne, and
Mr. T. C. Murchison, all of Fay
etteville. All reported having en
joyed a lovely day and a delicious
Memo For Funeral
Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Hold of
Washington, D C., and son are ,n
the city on account of the death
of their father and grandfather,
Mr. D. H. Reid. Sr. others hero
for the funeral are a niece and
nephew, Mrs. Annie Burgess Rive
and Mr. William Burgess of De
Visits Veterans Hospitlal
Mrs. Gladys Jones, Miss Louise
Baker and Mr. Charles W. H*y
wood, 8r„ all of 8. Haywood at..,
ten in Paterson, N. J„ on Nov.
24. Mrs. Hinton was formerly
es Raleigh and waa amrriil to
Mr. Oaatan Hinton, Jr. formerly
es McKee Street here. Surviv
ing are her has band, eight chil
dren, and several grandchil
SPEND! THANKSGIVING HEBE
Mrs. Everett Tillman es Balti
more. Md„ spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with his relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. William Fields of 12T9 E.
Ed an ton Street
WAC PVT QUEENIE E. GRAHAM
Wac Pvt Quorate E. Graham es
Raleigh, has bean amigned to Pint
Army Headquarters, Fort Jay, N.
Y. She is a data processing clerk
and a 1964 graduate of the J. W.
Ligoo High School, here.
LT. RANDOM VISITS FAMILY
Second Lieateaant Carl Louis
Sanders es the U. *. Air Force,
is bora vtstttng his parent, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. fenders, ir., es
1191 S. Btaodwsrtb Street aad
ether member* es hie family.
Lt Sander*, a graduate as St
Aagasttam’s Callage, has *w#
other brother* in the Air Fares,
There are: Captain E. L •end
era, Jr., aad Ist Lt Robert Ed
ward Handera, It both ART
•PENT THANKSGIVING HERE
Mias Mary Anne Durham, of Mt
Olive, was tthe Thanksgiving holi
day guest of her sister. Mrs. C. IX
Broadnax, es Washington Terrace
Miss Durham is a student at NCC et
MIBISIEBS WIVES TO EX
The pre-Christmas party and ex
changing of gifts for the Minister’s
Wives will be at the home of Mrs.
A. B. Johnson, 114 W. South Street
December 14. 7 o'clock p. m.
The hosteoses for the evening will
he Mrs. A. B. Johnson, Mrs. Mae
DaLaney, Mrs. V. L Sounders, and
Mrs. C C Burnetts. The president
is asking all msmbars Is be pres
ent Mrs. J. H. Bryant is the re
visited their eouatn at th# Vet
eran* Hospital. Durham, on Sun
NOTE: Thank you for cadlin]
Keep up the good work!
MR*. WILLA B. PATTERSON
Mrs. Wills B. Patterson of Ra
leigh. Route 2. died Tuesday in
Cchapel Hill. Funeral aervioa wore
conducted from St Auguste Church
in Fuquay on Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Jackson
officiating. Burial tallowed in th*
Mora To Cease
BY MRS. MAY L BR6ADIX
“M tad M H dW
with TkN la faith until m
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m*St to luJ
and to find deliverance and
help threugb Thee, for wo
know Thon art God of faith,
hope pdd love."
CHRISTIAN Cburoto School
opened at f :48 am. with the eupt.,
Mr. Sherman Lewis, in charge.
Morning worship began at 11 o'*
dock with the pastor, the Rev. H.
Cunningham, in charge. Hie sen*
lor choir, under the direction of
Mr. Kraeat Maeeenberg. wae In
charge of music. The processional
marched In on “The Church'S
One Foundation.” Morning laesoa
and prayer were by the pastor,
followed by choral response. A
very inspiring sermon was del.v
ered by the pastor, Rev. Cunnta#-
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST Sunday School
began at 10 o'clock with the eupt.
Mr. Mack Arthur, in charge-
Morning worship began ft 11:40
a. m. with the senior choir, under
the direction of Mrs. Mabel Brad
shaw and organist. Mr. Levi, n
charge of music. A very spiritual
aormon was delivtred by the guest
minister, the Rev. Sister Wil
liams. from the Book of Foam,
37:14. The subject was, “Walt on
the Lord.” The Rev. Walter San
ders is paster.
WILLIAMS OItOVE BAPTIST
—Church School opened at 9 .30
with the supt., Mr. Phillip Alston,
In charge. Morning worship began
at 11 o'clock with the senior choir
in charge of music, under the di
rection of Mias Jacqueline Mit
chell. Morning lesson and prayer
were by the guest minister, the
Rev. S. E. Henry, who rJso brought
a very toughing sermon.
GREEN’S CHAPEL FREEWILL
BAPTIST Sunday School began
at 10 o’clock a. m. with the supt..
Deacon Zeb McClain, in charm.
The pastor la the Rev. J. L. Elliott,
who was host to the Raleigh Dis
trict Union in its 3 day session last
Saturday and Sunday with the
president. Mr. J. C. Murphy, pre
siding. Moderator, the Rev. C.
Smith, secretary, the Rev. E. F.
Lee. The closing sermon wag de
livered on Sunday by the Rev. P.
WUBya pastor of to«McC ?
CnApel rPWWiII Biptlit Cnurcn.
He brought a very Interesting ser
mor from the Book of Genesis, * -
4. He used for a subject, “A Pow
erful Wreck.” He told the congre
gation that Adam wrecked the
Oarden of Eden and that men a*e
still wreaking many places they
was a very successful
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Church School began at
1# o’clock with the supt.. Mr. W.
H. Lyons. Sr.. In charge. Worship
service is held every first and
third Sundays. The pastor Is the
Rev. L. T. Ford.
TUPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Sunday School began at 9:39 a
m. with the acting supt.. Mr. Hu
bert Barnes. In charge. Morning
worship began at 11 o’clock with
the senior choir in charge of mas
to. under the direction of Miss
▼atjaaa Myers. A wonderful ser
mon wee delivered by the pastor,
the Rev. D. N. Howard. Sr.
UNION BAPTIST Church
Softool opened at 19 o’etoek wlih
the eupt., Mr. W. HUL fat charge.
Morning worship began at 11.30
a. m. with the senior choir In
charge of marie, under the direc
tion of Mrs Nettie Harrington,
and organist. Mr. Willie Render
son. A very beautiful sermon wu
delivered by the Rev. Mr. Tate,
pastor of tbs Lenoir Street Bsp
tisManath. The Rev. E. Mason m
OBERLXN BAPTIST Sunday
School opened at 9:39 am. with
tits supt. Mr. Waller Curtis. In
Charge. Morning worship began at
11 o’clock with the Tots' Choir n
charge of music, under the direc
tion of >fra Maty Curtis, a my
KABALA TEMPLE LITTLE LEAGUE DINNER—Kn
Mi Temple No. 177 ol Releish, recently spansorsrf a Safa oHoir
tor If* Utth League bass ball team. Tim affair was hold as the
City Rejection Canter. It was waV offended with quits a tew of
the Nobility attending. Noth /saw C. Johneon, Temple Pro
motion Director, mood as toattmmtor: Nobh M. C. Bill, eoooh
ol tfts Temple team, showed a sixty minute Him ol some Utth
Laogua lamas, 1904 Pith Bowl A/Mr and tho loot several North
Cmoßno Gala Doy events. Others who took port In tho program
ekdMtfasihg asimoh was delivered
Mr tim Jw*Leonard Ferrer
WILSON TEMPLE METHO
DIST Church School opened at
9:90 a. m. with the supt. Mils
Nanis Morgan. In charge. Morn
ing worship began at ll o’clock
With the Men’s Cchcrus ta charts
of music, under the direction of
Mrs. M. M. Kelly. A very wonder,
fill sermon was delivered by the
pastor, the Rsv. Samuel E. Ne
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEH
PLE CME Sunday School open
ed at 9:30 a. m. with the eupt..
Mrs. Della R. Ford. In charge.
Morning wortitip began at 11:00
o'clock with the senior choir n
SSS Vt.'U' t
Rhoden The morning sermon was
delivered by the pastor, Stoner
SAINT MATTHEW A. M. *. -
Church School opened at 9.30
with the eupt, Mr. Robert Leeenr.
In charge. Morning worship began
at 11 O'clock with the Men's Chor
us In ehorge of music, under the
direction of Mr. V. R. Leach A
very Interesting and spiritual ser
mon was delivered by the pastor,
the Rev. J. P. Epps.
FIRST BAPTIST SundJT
School opened at 9:30 a. m. with
the observance of the annuli
Woman's Day. Mlm Geraldine
HeOoway wae general supt: Mlm
Bottle Harp, general secretary.
Morning worship began prompt ,y
at 11 o’clock with Mrs. Nora E.
Lockhart presiding. The Woman’s
chorus was In ehargo of music,
under the direction of Mrs. E. M.
M. Kelly: soloist, Mlm Marjorie
Williams. Invocation was given by
Mrs. Fannie Taytor, followed by
choral rfepenee and the Three
fold Amen. A tribute was given by
Miss Ruth Pope. Morning lessta
and prayer were led by Mrs. Laura
Wlmbertoy. Recognition of vlrit
ors was mede by Mrs. Suits V.
Ferry, and offering by Mm. Sana
Haywood. The Woman's Day
dree* was delivered by Dr. Wilis
m ms AMM a s a. wu -—; it
0* slByW • plEwlOWlv W DPIUiBvi
College, Greensboro. She mads a
very attractive and colorful pto
turn as she used "Christian Wom
en In the Space Age” as her
theme. The pastor and congrega
tion wars well-pleased. Closing re
marks were given by the pastor,
the Rev. C. W. Ward.
BTU began at g o’etock p. m.
with Mrs. Susan H. Shaw pros'd
tag. ReeognltlOn Os visitors was
by Mrs. Rosabel! Hinton. A film
was shown by Mrs. Pattis Smith
and refreshments were served.
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS
Church School wee held at 10 o’
clock with Mr Hampton Bunch In
charge Morning worship followed
immediately. Rsv. Mrs. Aittto Bry
ant delivered s wonderful sermon
from the subject. "A Comforter—
The Holy Ohost.” Music wss ren
dered by the senior choir. Union
Service was held with three
speakers delivering messages a
the afternoon: BSV. Mrs. Orlne
Chaitoe, Rev, Mm. O',lie Sanders
and Rev. Mrs. Untie Outhrey. A
very impressive junior program
took place also in the afternoon.
The pastor, the Rev. EU Ratcliff,
is Presiding Eider ever the three
churches represented. Dinner wu
served to ell present. The entire
day was most enjoyable. Rev. M i
Ophelia Is Union pmrident.
140RNDCO STAR BAPTIST -
Sunday School wu opened at 1 1
o’clock. Subject of the lesson wu.
“What Is the GcapeL”
Morning service wae opened by
A Friend We Have
In Jesus”. Next we bad responsive
reading. The next song was. "I
Am Thins. O Lord.” Scripture wu
taken from the 105th Psalm. 1-34
verses. Missionary offering was
taka and announe'xnenU were
made. Our pastor brought us a
was, The jSuSng'of Thanksg*v
tag and Its Slglnftoance” We
closed by singing. “Bless Be the
B.T.U. was opened at 4:99 s’-
clock. Tbs Mason was read ant
Ptl«t4i te church
at 10:00 with Dm Mpi.. Mr. Wut
Bonders, in chons. At llsOoTit?
CTC Alford, of PayvtesvlU*. made
the coll to worship with the sen
ior choir In charge of tho music,
under the direction of Mm T. WU
lloms and Mrs. L Holder. Bcrto
ture lemon arms taken from Jere
miah. 29rd chapter. Th* morn
ing prayer was given by Bro.
Banks. A soul-stirring message
was brought by Rev. Alford from
the subject, “Choose This Day
Whom You Will Serve.” Specie)
guests wore Mrs Meblc Chestnvt,
Newark, N J.; Mrs. C. C. Alford,
and Mr. Lloyd Jones. Payottorihe.
KUSH METROPOLITAN AMY
ZION Church School began at
9:49 am. Tho supt. Mr. L. C.
Campbell, waa In charge. He waa
ably assisted by the seat. sup ..
Mr. Jessie Degraffenreidt. The Jr
Church services were conducted
by Rev. Selby Taylor. The regular
morning worship aervloe* were
conducted fay the pastor, Rev. T.
Music was furnished by the jun
ior choir. Nov. Hurls presented
the Rev. 8. L. Brown, Braiding
Eldar of tho Asheville District,
Blue Ridge Conference, who
brought an Inspiring measaar
Braiding Eldar Brown chooo his
discourse from Paul’s Letter to Q
Corinthians, the 2nd chapter and
the 2nd clause of the let ve/se
Them*: “Kays for Locked Door* ”
At g p. m„ the VCE held it*
regular meeting. The speaker for
the occasion was Mrs. T. X. Kar
At 7:10 p. m., the Missionary
leaders held their service. The
Rev. John D. Lbekin was the
speaker for the occasion. Rev.
Ladder chose his discourse front
St. John, the 4th chapter and tlie
19th and 14th verses. Them*:
“Th# Refreshing Water.” Rev.
Ladder was at bis bast and gave
us indeed a timely message. Mrs
Annie H. Thorpe Is church re
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