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CORE’s National Chairmans
Attorney Floyd AtcKimick
Speaks A t St. Augustine *s
Attorney Floyd Btador MeKisslek.
of Durham. National Chairman of
CORE, addressed the St Augus
tine* College student body at the
College's regular assembly which
was sponsored by the Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity last week.
“The 700 R. G prophet Amoe
could not read nor write, but he
knew right trees wrong. He had the
courage to speak opt against wrong
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RHOMANIA GOLDEN HOUDAY BALL QUEEN AND
COURT Beta Lambda Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho
Sorority i vill present Misa Joan Hunter, Rhomania Golden Holi
day Queen, ( center ) and her court along with thirty-live other
young ladiee on Friday, December 18, as eight o’clock p. m. in a
Rhomania Golden Holiday Ball. The program will be presented in
the Emery Health and Fine Arts Building on the campus of St
Auguetint’s College here. Reading from left to right, first row:
Miee Kay Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rowe; and Mies
Eton Ritter, maid of honor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland
Ritter. Second row: Miss Poltie Saunders, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jeaaa C. Saunders, Miss Catherine Hall, grand daughter of
Mrs. Susan Hall; Miss Joan Hunter, queen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Omslius Hunter; Miee Cassandra Holden,, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. E. Holden; and Misa Naomi Winters, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Winters. All are of Raleigh.
On The Home Front
(Newt Hmm Ah wMk (ran
Wake, Clmka, Hi Jetms
WAU COCNTY ACmevnSN
in favor of right” Continuing ho
said,“ln his day, ho spoke out a
gainst wrong; ho was one of the
greatest anon over lived. Sometimes
we place the wrong values on
thing*. spoke against social
injustice in the courts, and discrimi
nation in employment, these are the
things he spoke out ta TOO B. C.”
-Christianity assumes e position
at rightneos. Wo ere being deceived
Many studies have been made to
determine the reasons why young
people drop out of school. The
Wake County Home Demonstration
Club members discussed the im
portant subject at their achieve
ment day program.
Mrs. Natalie Wlmberley,
heme economics agent, report* ■
that Me panel discussion
brenght ont helpfel eaggcetlene
ea ways es redociag the drep
oat rate. Taranto were arged te
attend FT A meetings aad werfc
with school officials In eeaneel
lag yooth to aspire for higher
USE OF EVERGREENS
Twelve members of the Kings
Mountain Home Demonstration
Club requested a workshop on
making Chriatlmas decorations.
Mias Thelma McVea, home econom
ics agent, says the ladies make
wreaths and ropes of evergreens
using berries, seed pod, leaves, and
Him McVea says the club mem
bers were asked to teach non-mem
bers In their community to make
decorations using native materials.
HAT MAKING _
Cssstj have hjjmnaavtng
gat fey making their own bale.
Mira Fannie Wiggins, who i* n
■amber es Me East End Dens-
Ms home eeaMsstm ngend. Mrs.
UmyO. Teede te the Mmd-
Mrs. Toole says that Mrs. Wiggins
1 as already taught ten other ladles
lachntquss formatting their own
if we can net see that the whites
have not mot Gad’s measurements.
What do wo And wrong in our so
ciety today? The Negroes do not
really have equal job opportunities.
nor social Justice." stated the etvfl
KeKMek offered them
wards whan tolling the young
audience that M should ho
freed of Me color, -Ten should
be happy to he the color, or
whatever aalttoetar you are,
hem—t wo era the true Amert
preed of ear people. We have
•erne people who want to adept
everything that the white peo
ple have. Re proud that you
are black men. Mack mm rule
the United Nation*.-
-You need to accomplish some
thing and taka advsntags of the
education that you have now. I
hope you will not become con
formists when you get your educe-
Hat? psdtwewHAw I* nM
have got to have initiative," 'ex
cluded the speaker.
Sale During Its
Paper Back Fair
700 books were purchased by Ben
nett College students and faculty at
the third annual paper back book
affair laXt week.
Winner of first prise for purchas
ing the largest number of books
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GREENSBORO The annual
Christmas candlelight concert by
the Bennett College choir will bo
prseented at 7 p. m. on Sunday,
Dawnbar IS in Pfeiffer Chapel.
Mrs. ICary M. Crawford will di
rect the singers In a program which
will Include seasonal music ram
many land*, same of it dating 'back
to the 18th century. Each of the
robed singers will carry a lighted
candle and the altar of the darken
ed chapel will bo banked with tra
Mias Charlotte Alston will bo the
organ aecompenlst .
8. Frierson, chairman of the area
of education end psychology at
Fayetteville State College, attended
e post-doctoral seminar on “Prob
lems of School Mon in Depressed
Urban Centers" held recently at the
Ohio State University.
Outstanding educators who ad
dressed the group Included Dr.
Jack R. Frymler, professor of edu
cation ot Ohio State University; Dr.
Kenneth B. Clark, professor ot psy
chology at City College ot New
Also Dr. Robert J. Havtghurit,
professor of education. University
of Chicago; Dr. David L.
Clark, associate dean, College of
Education, Ohio Stats University;
and Dr. Samuel Shepard, Jr., assist
ant superintendent of schools. St.
Dr. Frierson received her Ph. D.
degree In elementary education
from Ohio Btate University.
was Mist Carolyn Casey, of Miami,
Florida. Second prixe went to Mlsi
Elsie Hilliard, of Halifax, and third
to Miss Cynthia Lewis, of McLeana
Five prise* for having been the
purchasers of every 75th book were
awarded to: Mliscs Cynthia Solo
mon, of Greensboro; Margarie
Hamlin, of Florence, S. C.; Gene
vieve Holland, of Richmond, Va.;
Jacqueline Parham, of Washington,
N C. and Rita Ruff, of Cleveland,
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