RALEIGH. N. C.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, IH4
* The Raleigh
ST. AUG.'S CHOIR TO PRESENT
The Saint Augustine's College
Choir will preaent George Fred
erick Handel'* 'Meaaiah' Sunday.
December 11. at I p. m. In the
Emery Health and Fine Art* Cen
The public la Invited.
SHAW’S CHORALE SOCIETY.
ENSEMBLE TO PERFORM
The Shaw University Chorale So
ciety. directed by Mr. Harry Gil-
Fmythe and the Shaw University
Polk Ensemble, directed by Mr.
Clyde Appleton, will render Spec-
Bl DEATH SlB
MRS. TERESA B. GRIGSBY
Mrs. TWesa B. Grigsby, of K-8
Washington Terrace, died Tuesday
at her home. Funeral services were
conducted from St Vaugbnavillc
Baptist Cfrurch In Chappells. S. C.
on Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Burial followed in the church cem
She is survived by six sons, Messrs
Alfred Ifsmuel Grigsby, of the
borne; G.;T. of Holly Springs; J. E
of Charlotte: S. F. of Detroit; J. H.
of Atlanta; R. V. of Chicago; four
daughters. Miss Lucille Grigsby.
Mrs. Annie Johnson, Mrs. Mildred
Coeby, all of Atlanta, and Mrs. Sim
ula Tribble, of Jacksonville, Fls.;
thirteen grandchildren and tan
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Rev. Vanderbilt B. Southerland,
ion Mark street died Wednesday
at Wake Memorial Hospital. Fune
ral services were conducted from
Mt Zion Holy Churdi Sunday at 3
p. at with burial following In Mt
He la survived by Us wife. Mrs.
Juanita JL Southerland; two sons,
Messrs. Vanderbilt Jr, Raleigh,
and John Edward Southerland, of
Phlla; syven daughters, Mm. Mag
gie Spence. Mr*. Mary Jane Lock
lear both of Ralalgh; Mrs. Helen
Gladney. Phlla.; Miasea Burdette
Joy, Jewelane, Juanita and Elisa
beth Southerland, all of the home;
twenty-three grandchildren and
MRS. ANNIB EEARNRT
Funeral services for Mrs. Aanla
Kearney, who died at hot home ott
Khamkatte Rood Thursday, were
conducted from Wvtti Chapel
Church Sunday at 3:30 p. m. with
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lal Christmas music at the 11:00 o’-
clock worship service on Sunday,
December 13th. In the University
The public is invited to attend.
Master John Arthur Moore, Jr.,
of 708 Cumberland Avenue, ob
served hla 15th birthday on Tues
day. December 1.
Mias Susie Blablock celebrated
a birthday on Thursday. Decem
ber 11. The CAROLINIAN lolna
with the many friend! of the a
bove-menttoned persona In wish
ing them "many happy returns."
the Rev. Isaac Lee officiating Burl
s' followed In Thomas Cemetery.
She Is survived by on# daughter,
Mrs. Lila Hood; four aons, Messrs.
Garland, Isaac, Nathan and Rev.
Otha Kearney; one brother, Mr.
Herbert Thomas, all of Raleigh;
nine grandchildren and eight
MRS. MAGGIE E. BONAPARTE
Mrs. Maggie Evangeline Bona
parte of 1003 Parker Street, died
last Tuesday. Funaral services
were conducted from the Oberlln
Baptist Church Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock with the Rev. Joeeph
P. Dempsey officiating. Burial fol
lowed In Hillcrest Cemetery.
She is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Edna Young, Ralalgh; two
| «m«, Mr. Wilham Campbell, Sr,
and Mr. Alonzo Campbell, both of
Raleigh; three grandchildren and
MORE TO COME
DURHAM- The North Carolina
College choir will present Us an
nual Christmas concert Sunday at 4
p.m. In B. N. Duka Auditorium.
Works of Johanna Sebastian Bach
and Camilla Satnt-Saen* will he
The neap wMI stag BnekW
“Far Unle Us a Child la Bara*
and Saint-ttaeas' "Christmas
Oratorio." Abe Included la the
MRS. BOYER ADDRESSES RBC “ FAMILY ” Mn. Emma P. Boyer, left executive di
rector of the Sojourner Truth Branch of the YWCA, who addreaaed students and officials of the
Raleigh Business College last Friday, is shown with organization heads at the school. Left to right
are: Mias Geraldine Moseley, Greenville; Miss Yvonne Taylor, Charleston, S. C.; Miss Cassie Al
ston, Henderson, and Horace Murray, Washii.gton, N. C. ( See story),
BY MKS MAY L. BROADIB
."Oar Father, help as to
practice tbs Christian Ideal of
self-effacing service. Make ui
truly humble by helping as to
reengaks oar needs and Im
perfections. As salt seasons
food, may we make life more
pleasant and meaningful for
UNION BAPTIST Church
School opened at 9:20 w. m. with
the supt., Mr. WUUe Hill, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11.30 a. m. with the aenlor chc.r
In charge of the music, under the
direction of Mn. Nettle Harring
ton. and organist. Mr. WUUe Hen
derson. A very wonderful sermon
was deUvered by the pastor, the
Rev. E. Mason, followed by com
St. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST Sunday School began at
10:00 with the supt.. Mr. W. H.
Lyons. Sr.. In 6barge. Morning
worship began at 11:30 with the
Junior choir tn charge of the mus
ic. under the direction of Mrs. E
llaabeth Partin, and pianist, Mrs.
Topay MoCuUers. The morning
laaaon waa read by the Rev. Willie
Walker. Prayer waa offered by the
Rev. Odell Young, who also
brought an inspiring sermon from
the Book of St. John, the third
program wIU bo carols and Wil
liam Dawson's arrangement of
the rhikkasi spiritual, "Be
hold too Mar."
Soloists for the concert wUI be
Lloyd Sawyer, Jamas Wilson. Eu
gene laves, Warren Froneberger.
Clinton Wilson, Linda James, Bren
da Froneberger, Lois Price, Alece
Howard, and Ernastina Malloy. Ce
lia Davidson wUI bo at the organ,
David Pisano at the piano, and
Samuel W. Hill will conduct
The public Is Invited to attend
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LILY O THE VALLY FREE
WILL BAPTIST—Church School
began ai 10:00 with the superin
tendent. Mr. Mack Arthur, in
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11:00 with the senior
choir In charge of the music, un
der the direction of Mrs. Mabol
Blanshaw, and organist, Mr. Levi.
The pastor, the Rev. Walter San
ders, delivered a very spiritual
sermon, which was enjoyed irf
TUPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Sunday School began at 9:30 a.
m. with the superintendent m
charge. Morning worship began nt
the usual hour, with the senior
choir in charge of the music, un
der the direction of Miss Valjean
Myers. A very Inspiring sermon
waa brought to us by the pastor,
the Rev. D. N. Howard, Br., follow
ed by Communion.
FIRST CONGREGATION \L
CHRIBTIAN—Church School be
gan at 9:45 with the superinten
dent, Mr. Sherman Lewis, in
charge. Morning worship began
promptly at 11:00 with the senior
choir in charge of the music, un
der the direction of Mrs. Ruth
Joyner. A very encouraging ser
mon waa delivered by the pastor,
the Rev. H. Cunningham. He used
for his subject, "God s Advent and
Ours”. This was followed by Com
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday School opened at 9:30
a. m. with the supt., Mr. Phillip
Alston. In charge. Morning wor
ship began at 11 o’clock with the
aenlor choir in charge of the mus
ts, under the direction of Miss
Jacqueline Mitchell. A wonderful
sermon was delivered by the p&»
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BETA QUEEN Misa Barbara Gam n crooned Urn 1954
ZsT* Queen ot the Fourteenth atumtal Debutante 8011, held hut
omk at the Greensboro National Guard Armory mud eponeored
by the Bata Nu Xeta Chapter ol the Beta Md Bata Sorority. The
daudhter ot Dr. and Mrs. Alfoneo Goto, both proteeoore at AhT
College, Mira Gar* rs a senior honor etudent at the Ben L. Smith
Nigh School. She h being crooned by that rumor-up, Mho Le
aonea Burnett, a senior at Dudley High School and tianjhlat ot
Mr. and Mre. Jatnee Burnett.
tor, the Rev. McKane.
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DIET Church School began at
9:30 with the supt, Miss Name
Morgan. In charge. Morning wor
ship began at 11:00 a. m. with the
senior choir In charge mus
ts, under the direction of Mrs.
Nanle Morgan, and organist. Mrs.
MM. K \lt was Laymen's Lea
gue Day ..nd Committment Day.
Emphasis waa brought by Mr. E.
L. Ralford. The pastor, the Rev.
Samuel E. NeSmlth and congrega
tion. enjoyed it. Communion waa
served at the close of the sermon.
ST. MATTHEW AME Church
School began at 9:30 a. m. with
the supt., Mr. Robert Leeone. in
charge. Morning worship service
began at 11:00 with the pastor,
the Rev. J. F. Epps, end the senior
choir was in charge of music, un
der the direction of Mrs. Marie
Riddick, and organist Mrs. Rose
mary B. Walton. A very Inspiring
aermon was brought by the pas
OBERLIN BAPTIST Church
School began at 9:30 with the
supt.. Mr. Walter Curtis, in
charge. Morning worship service
started at 11:00 with the aenlor
choir In charge of the music, un
der the direction of Mrs. Elsie
Hayes, and organist, Mrs. Lucille
Campbell. A very powerful sermon
waa delivered by the pastor, the
Rev. J. P. Dempsey, with Com
munion at the clone of service.
YOUNG'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME Sunday School open
ed at 9:30 with the supt., Mrs
DeDa R. Ford. In charge. Morning
worship began at 11:00 with the
aenlor choir In charge of music
under the direction of Mrs.
Rhodes. The morning aermon was
delivered by the pastor. Rev.
Baldwin, who spoke on the sub
ject: "Let Not Your Heart Be
Troubled.” Communion followed
at the daee of the service.
FIRST BAPTIST Church
School began at 9:30 a. m. with
the supt, Mr. W. H. Taylor, Sr,
in charge. There was a very en
couraging film shown Sunday in
the Bullock Building for all de
partments. The film was entitled,
“The Greatest Gift To Man"
Morning worship service began at
11:00 a. m. with the senior choir
In charge of music, under the di
rection of Mrs. M. T. James, and
minister of music, Mrs. E. M. M.
Kelly. The call to worship was
given by the pastor, the Rev. C.
W. Ward. The morning lesson was
lead by the pastor, which was tak
en from the Book of St. Luke, 10th
chapter and from the Book of
Rev., 12th chapter. The morning
prayer was offered by Deacon P.
G. Mitchell. A wonderful sermon
was presetted by the pastor, who
spoke from the Book of St. Luke,
and used as his subject, “I Saw
Satan Pall”, followed by Commun
B. T. U. began at 6:30 p. m. with
Mr. Frank Hinton presiding. The
Leaders are: Miss Madelyn Wat
son and Mrs. Louise H. Shaw.
Scripture was read by Mrs. Mar
tha Mitchell. Prayer was given by
Mr. C. Lofton. The pianist was
Miss Lillie Miller.
Evening worship service beran
at 7:30 with Rev. C. W. Ward as
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday School opened at 11:00 o'-
clock. The subject discussed was,
‘‘Righteous Living.” Morning
service was opened by singing
“Down at the Croes.” Next we had
the re«non«tv» resdln- S/>n®
“Guide Mi O Hum Giuit Jeho
vah". followed by the scripture
which was taken from St. John,
10:1-17. The Missionary offering
was lifted and announcements
were made. Our pastor, Rev. 8. R.
Spencer, brought us an Inspiring
message. Hla subject *aa. ‘‘Christ.
The Door." We closed by singing
“Bloaa Be the Tie.”
B. T. U. began at 6 o'clock. The
subject discussed waa. “Our Part
in the Invitation.”
Sick and shut-ins: Miss Laura
Boykins, James Weldon. Rev Ray
and Mr. John A. Marks.
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST Sunday School be
gan at 10:00, with the supt., Mr.
Elbert Sanders. In charge. At 11:-
00 o'clock the call to worship was
given by Rev. F. R. Williams cf
Greensville. Scripture lesson was
taken from the 27th Psalm. Pray
er was given by Deacon Young.
The senior choir was In change of
Rev. Williams brought a won
derful message from St Matthew,
21:34-38. Subject, “The Last Rem
edy For A Sin Sick World."
Special guest were: Students
from the Raleigh Business Col
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS
Sunday School opened at 10 o'-
clock, with supt., Mr. Arthur Wil
liams, In charge. Morning worship
followed Immediately with the as
sistant pastor conducting service.
The pastor, the Rev. Eli Ratcliff,
brought a wonderful sermon from
the subject, “Do Good.” He chose
his text from the 87th Psalm.
Music was rendered by the senior
choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Ann Wilson, accompanied by Mrs.
Margaret Ratcliff. Holy Commun
ion and Installation services were
held In the evening with Bishop
B. F. Alston. Rev. W. 8. Tolbert,
Rev. B. J. Johnson and Rev. J.
Robertson, in charge.
RUSH METROPOLITAN AME
ETON Church School began at
9:43 a. m.. with the supt., Mr. Les
lie Campbell in charge. The Jun
ior church services were conduct
ed by Rev. Shelley Taylor. The
regular 11 o'clock worship serv
ices were conducted by the pastor.
Rev. T. H. Harris. The senior
choir furnished music. Rev Harris
then delivered a very forceful
massage, choosing as his text Ex
odus. 12th chapter and 18th verse.
Theme: “Saved by the Blood of a
At 6 p. m.. the VC* service eras
held. The speaker for the occasion
was Mrs. T. H. Harris. At 7:30 p.
m.. the regular evening services
war held with the pastor in
Mrs. Annie H. Thorpe la church
MONEY may not bring happiness
but tt brings such a good imitation
that it Is often hard to Ml it from
the real thing.
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My Lady's Doings
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In And Oat Os Town
BY MRS. A. H- THORPE
“1 know not where HU islands lift
Their hounded palms in air;
I only know I cannot drift
Beyond HU love and care.
And Thou, O Lord, by whom aie
Thy creatures as they be,
Forgive me if too dote I lean,
My human heart on Thee.”
Congratulations are In order or
Mrs. Alda McCullers, who on last
Monday night, received the Dis
tinguUhed Leadership citation tor
service to the Boy Scouts of
America and as the “Outstand
ing Den Mother of the Year.” Mn.
t' "ullers is Den Mother of Pack
No. 193 of Rush Metropolitan AME
HOME BECAUSE OF SICKNESS
Mrs. Edna Peterson Robinson of
New York City was in the city last
week on account of the sickness of
her mother, Mrs. Carrie Peterson,
of S. State St.
PATIENT AT WAKE MEMORIAL
Mrs. Hattie Peterson, of 412 Wat
son St, is a patient at Wake Mem
orial Hospital. Her many friends
wish for her a speedy recovery.
AT DUKE HOSPITAL
O’Berry Center To Present
“Coming Os Christ” Friday
Center will present its Annual
Christmas play entitled, "The Com
ing of Christ," on December 11, at
7:45 P. M. tn the school gymtorium.
A special feature accompanying the
Christmas play will be O'Berry
Choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Scenes from the Christmas play
FRIDAY AFTERNOON BOOK
The regular business meeting of
the Friday Afternoon Book Club
was held at the home of Mrs. Oh
ma Haywood. Twelve members
Those In attendance were: Mes
daznes Shirley Liggett, A. A. Cooks,
Mildred Chavis, Pinky Hall. Car
rie Laws, Mary Bryant, A. B.
Johnson. Mary P. Lane, Ohma
Haywood, Esther Michaels, Dr.
Ellen Alston, and Miss B=lva Lane.
The president, Mrs. Nancy De
vane, presided over the meeting.
The secretary Is Mrs. Marie
Moore, and treasurer, Mrs. Elea
After the business session was
over, the hostess served a delici
ous repast. A pre-Christmas party
followed. Each person received a
THE VICTORIANS MEET
The Victorians met for their
regular meeting at the home of
the hostess, Mrs. Dorothy Baker
Housen. on Lincoln Court recent
The business eaaalnn waa brief
and to the point, and 00*1 stated cf
discussing and disposing of the
annual civic project. This year
members an helping a deserving
college student get an education.
After the bustneos session and
the guests had arrived, member*
were served a delectable Thanks
Several rounds of Pinochle were
played at the end of which prises
were awarded to the following
club members and guests, respect
ively: high, Mrs. Ludell Deiany;
low. Mrs. Bessie Blue: high. Mrs.
Lula Myers; low. Mr*. Xnes Pee
bles. Pilgrims decorated each table
so the lucky word was “pilgrim”,
and Meedames Blanche Riven,
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Friends of Mrs. Carrie Peterson
of S. State St wish for her, too, a
speedy recovery. She U now a pa
tient at Duke Hospital, Durham.
HOME AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
Friends of Mrs. Bessie J. Hunter,
of 542 E. Cabarrus St, are vary
happy to know that aha U home
from the hospital and recuperating
hosts' TO USHERS
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Morgan of S.
Blount St., were hosts to the senior
ushers of Rush Metropolitan AME
Zion Church last Sunday, at 5 p. m.
After a brief business session, they
enjoyed a delightful repast
PASSED THROUGH CITY
Presiding Elder and Mrs. T. J.
Young of Franklin ton, passed
through the city last Sunday and
stopped by for a brief chat
We are happy to report that
Charles Wesley Haywood, in, and
Theodore Adams Haywood are wall
and in school again after having
had their tonsils removed. They
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Wesley Haywood, Jr, of 1808
Charles Street (Rochester Heights)
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gieel Old SANTA.
will bo toloviaed on WNCT Tele
vlaon Station, Greenville, on De
cember 11, between 8:00 and 8:39
a. m. on the "Carolina Today
Parents, friends and the general
public are invited to attend the per
forms ce and to view the television
Choice Chupp, and Martha David
son ware the lucky ones to re
ceive a prise for having drawn the
The hostess opened her gifts
and was utterly amazed at the va
riety of colors and the unique pair
from Mrs. Rivers.
Members enjoying the evening
were Mesdames Bessie Blue, Mary
Carter, Ludell Delany, Dorothy
Housen, Phyllis Haywood, Bertha
Pulley, and Blanche Rivers.
Mrs. Housen had as her guests
the following: Mesdames Choloe
Chupp, Martha Davidson. Lula
Myers and Ines Peebles.
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