B4UCIGH. N. C, SATURDAY. DECEMBER IS. 1964
| The Raleigh
DE. GIFSON WILL DIRECT
St Augustine'i College he* re
ceived * $47,490 grant from the Na
tional Scier.ee Foundation (or the
support es a "Summer Institute in
Science for -Secondary School
Teacher*.” according to Dr. James
A. Boyer, president of the college.
Inq a tries for further Infor
mation should be addremed to
Dr. Jeffrey Gipson, head es the
Department of Chemistry and
Director es the Institute.
MR. E. L RAIFORD AT CHICAGO
Mr. E. L Halford, executive
aeefttary es the YWCA, is at
tending a national conference
es YMCA executive and toy
assn tat Chicago. Dec. IE-1?.
THE ROYALETTES IN SESSION
The Roy alette* Civic sod Sbc.nl
Club met Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Elisabeth Ywblaa. Devotions
were led by Mra. Helen Ooode. The
Sleeting wag opened for bualneaa
and the final plana were made for
the Annual Dance to be given In
January. Reports were made by
the various committees.
After closing the meeting.
Christmas gifts were exchanged at
which time members were also
served refreshments by the hos
tess. They were very happy to
have with them at this meeting
the needy child they have "adopt
ed" for Christmas.
Members present were: Mas
dames Flora Andrews. Olivia
Blount. Virgin!* blount. Dors
Brown. Julia Brown. Jeen*tte
Fields, Eleanor Flagg, Heten
Goods. Carrie Morgan. Leona Mor
gan. Josephine Morgan. Amelia
Peebles. Elisabeth Peebles. Mai
caret Peebles. Susan Person. Lou
tee Rand, Mildred Ecarver, and
Mlaa Kathryns Williams.
THE BUSY BEE CLUB OF
SMITH TEMPLE CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Young of
aim mm nan an am
mm « am am amiaua, act,
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
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A birthday party was given for
Miss Cynthia Nichols, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols, Jr,
1102 Oak wood Avenue, who cele
brated her 7th birthday, Saturday
afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.
The table was decorated with a
beautiful birthday caka with seven
candle* and tha inscription "Hap
py Birthday Cynthia”. Delicious
punch and cake was served the
guests. Games rod prizes were giv
en to sll guests present An enjoy
able time was had by aIL
Those attending were: Anne
Smith, Pearletta Pullen, Adrennr
Joyner, Barbara Jean Day, Janette
Frieda Paige, Gregory Bunch, Jam
es Thomas Bunch. Carolyn Bunch,
Cynthia Nichols, and Margarita
817 E. Martin St. were hosts to
the Busy Bee Club on December 8
There wae a devotion held after
which bualneae of Importance wae
discussed. The hostess served a
delightful repast. Members pres
ent wen: Mesdames Helen Allen.
Mary L. Jackson. Carrie Johnson.
Fiorina Smith, Cornelia Moore,
and Mr. und Mrs. Samuel Os
JUNIOR WOMAN’S CLUB
The regular business meeting of
the Junior W man's Club was
held recently at the Mary Talbert
Home. Mra. Beatrice Hall, presi
dent, presided. Eight members at
After th* martin v IN* *!>»*■<
members presented Mis. Carr is
Morgan of the Mary Talberi Home
with Christmas presents. She was
quite surprised and pleased.
Members attending the
meeting wen: Mimes Ida E.
Jones and Vivian Bart; Me*-
dams* Mary B. Ora ham, Bea
trice Hall. Oram Harris, Cath
erine Jones. Phyllis Haywood.
Chrystlne Cooper and Inm
This was tha last regular meet
ing of the year. Meetings will be
resumed on Tuesday, January 12.
1965 at the Mary Talbert Home.
All members are asked to be pres
ent for that meeting.
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husbands and what husbands drat
tell their wive* would not bo print
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What is Doing Around Town!
ATTEND NCNW'S FOUNDER'S DAY DINNER HERB
Pictured ere some ot the member* and guests who were in at
tendance et the Sir Walter Hotel last Saturday evening me ts.-e
'Dear Father, w* thank The*
far Jess*, ear Savior, who
wants to be a Onset la ear
home* and a Friend In ear
live*. Help ns make Him wel
teaw with wards sad actions,
aver mtndfal that th* class fel- ’
lewahlp w* will be, and better
|»eupU we will liteuUiC.”
OBERLIN "BAPTIST - Church
School opened at 9:10 a m. with th*
superintendent. Mr. Walter Cur
tis. In chare*. Morning worship be
gan at 11:00 am. with th* senior
choir In charge of music, under
the direction of Mrs. Elsie Hayes,
and organist, Mrs. Lucille Camp
bell. A very powerful sermon was
delivered by tit* pastor, the Rev. J.
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST—Sunday School
opened at 10:00 a.m. with the su
perintendent, Mr. Mack Arthur, tn
charge. Morning worship began at
>1:80 a.m. with th* Junior choir in
charge of th* music, under th* di
rection of Mr. Levi. A very Inspir
ing massage was delivered by th*
amlstant pastor. Sister Evon E.
Mills- It was enjoyed by everyone
Tbe Rev. Walter Sanders Is pastor.
ST. ANNAH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Church School bogan at 10
a.m. with the superintendent, Mr.
W. H. Lyons, Sr., in charge. Wor
ship service is held every first and
third Sundays. Tha JUv. L. T. Ford
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
P’ *C CMB—Church School began
at 0:80 with Et* superintendent,
Mra. Della R. Ford. In charge
Morning worship began at 11:00
with th* senior choir in charge ot
music, under th* direction of Mrs
Rhode*. The morning sermon was
delivered by the pastor, Rev. Sis
ter Baldwin, who brought a very
ST. MATTHEW AME Church
School began at 9:30 with the su
perintendent. Mr. Robert Lesane, in
charge. Morning worship begin at
11:00 with the senior choir in
charge of music, under the direc
tion of Mra. Mari* Riddick, and
organist, Mrs. R. M. B. Walton. The
morning lesson was read by the
Rev. Georg* Parry. Th* moraine
prayer was given by Mr. W. A.
Wilder. Elder Dr. C. C. Scott
brought a wonderful massage from
the Bible. Th* Rev. J. F. Eppa is
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
Sanders Mator Co. .Employees
Enjoy Aenual Christmas Party
RE BOSS LENA M. BUBS
Tha annuel Christmas Party and
dinner for tha employees of The
Sandora Motor Company was held
Tuesday night at th* Peebles
Charcoal name Restaurant.
The party began at fc<)o with J.
T. O'Neal and MUton BallenUn*.
_ BY MRS MAV L SROADIE
-"OP* &■' , X ’
—Church- School began at 9:30 a.m..
with the superintendent. Miss Na
nle Morgan, In charge. Morning
worship began at 11:00 with the
junior choir in charge of the mu
sic. under the direction of Mrs. M.
M. Kelly. Th* pastor. Rev. Samuel
E. NeSmith, delivered a very In
iUt. iitco;»4i*iu, vwtit li vahiS #»fl
ed by all.
TOPPER MEMORIAL BAPTIST
—Church School began at 9:30 with
the superintendent, Mrs. Dorothy
Allen. In charge. Morning worship
began at the usual hour with tbs
Collegiate Fellowship Choir es
Shaw University in chargo of the
music. The morning prayer was
given by Mr. Melvin Davis. A vary
encouraging sermon was delivered
by th* lrtVTßuincy Scott of Shaw
University using as bis subject,
“Joy and Good News.” Th* Bov,
D. N. Howard. Sr. Is pastor.
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Church School bogan at 9:80 am,
with th* superintendent, Mr. Phil
lip Alston, In charge. Morning wor
ship began at 11:00 am. with tha
Junior choir in charge ot th* mu
sic, under tha direction of Miss
Jacqueline Mitchell. A wonderful
sermon was delivered by th* Rev.
William GUes. Sr.
FIRST BAPTIST—Church School
began at 9:30 with th* superintend
ent Mr. W. H. Taylor. Sr, tn
charge. Morning worship opened
at 11:00 a.m. with the call to wor
ship given by the pastor. Th* jun
ior choir was tn charge of the mu
sic. under the direction of Mr. W.
W. Hurdle, and organist Mias
Joyce Cooke. The responsive read
ing was lead by the pastor. Rev.
C. W. Ward. Th# morning lesson
«nd morning prayer were offered
by the pastor; and taken from the
Rook of Isaiah and th* Book of St
Matthew. He used for hla subject
“The Bible Says.” It was enjoyed
BTU began at 6:30 with Mr.
Eiank Hinton and Mrs. Leula*
Shaw in charge. Evening worship
started at 7.30
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS -
Sunday School, with Mr. Arthur
Williams, superintendent in charge,
began at 10 o'clock. Morning wor
ship followed with the pastor, th#
Rev Eli Ratcliff, conducting ser
vice. The message for the day was
brought by the assistant pastor,
Rev. Mrs. Mary Cotton. She spoke
from the subject "Thy Will Be
Done ” The sermon was most en
joyable. Music was rendered by
program chairmen. In charge.
Mr. O'Neal greeted and wel
rMsed the gaeatt. arierwhleh
th* croup tang. “Silent Night"
Slewing waa spakea by Mr.
Milton Kearney. A very delte
teas dinner was served, h con
sisted *f reaat tarkey and dr sea
lag with gravy, bar bee ea, green
P«*». creamed petal***, hat
raU* and hatter, with eeflee,
for desert apple pie and certs*,
runtime and garnet took place
after dinner, with Mra Olivette
Beasley as mistress of ceremony.
Among th* aaony gomes aM
quisles played were: Fill In th*
word which ended In a crazy story,
aong gam**, alphabet and gnitaing
gamea Prizas war* awarded to
contestant* who answered th* ques
tions correctly aad who acconqpliah
ad what they were asked to da
Finally, tha drawing took plot*
with Mra. J. T. OTtaol winning
the drat prtaac o country ham;
Mra BsUantioa end Mra Webster
won 3rd and 4th prise*, respective
ly Each lady guast received a leva
ly double string et simulated
Quarts present were: Mr. Calli*
Singletary. Mr. Ralph Smith. Mr.
wd Mra. tana Kearney. Mr. and
National Council ot Negro Women celebrated Founder’s Day.
tha Junior choir, under th* direc
tion of Mrs. Fannie Washington,
accompanied by Mr. William Rat
cliff. Rev. V. K. Miller of Greens
boro and Rev. Mra. Dunlap of Bal
timore, Md. and congregation were
SUMta in the sft*m«w'
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday School opened at 11 o'-
clock. The subject discussed was
“Brothers In Christ."
Morning service was opened by
tinging, “O Com* All Y* Faithful.”
Scripture was taken from Ephes
ians, Bth chapter. The next aong
was, “Silent Night” Th* mission
ary offering was taken and an
nouncements mad*. Th* pastor.
Rev. & R Spencer, brought a w on
derful sermon from Ephesians, 29:
34. His subject was “Home and
Family Relationship.'' Church was
closed by alnglng. “Bless Be the
BTU opened at g o'clock. Sub
ject discussed: “Welcoming the
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Sunday School began at
10 a. m. with the aupt, Mr. Elbert
Sanders, in charge. At 11 a. m, Rev.
N. McKeKban, of Dunn, made th*
call to worship with the chorus In
charge of tm music, under th* di
rection of Mrs. F. Smith and Mra
L. Holder. The scripture lessen was
taken from St Luka, 8-16-34.
Rev. McKeithan brought a won
derful message from St Luke, 4-29,
Subject “Christ a Master of all
RUSH METHROPOLTTAN AME
ZlON—Church School began at 9:45
ajn. Th* Supte, Mr. Leslie Camp
bell and Mr. Jasso Degraffenrtldt,
war* in charge. The Junior Church
services war* conducted by Rev. 8.
C Taylor. The 11 a. m. worship
service* were opened by Rev. John
D. Lockley, who In turn preeenled
the pastor. Rev. T. K. Harris, who
delivered the morning massage
Rev. Harris choaa hla discourse
from Genesis. 49th chapter end the
10th vert*. Theme: “Waiting and
looking for Christ, the Lord.”
At 8 p. m. the VCE held Its meet
ing. The speaker for th* occasion
was Genell Harrell, who did a mag
nlficient Job with the subject The
speaker for next Sunday will ha
At f R m, the evening'services
were held. Th* Rev. S. C. Taylor
delivered an inspiring massage, on
Problem Solving.” kin. Annie H.
Thorpe la church reporter.
Mm Lonnie Webstar. Mr. aad Mra
Major High. Miss Barbara Hodges.
Mr. aad Mrs. Melvta Jones, Jr,
Mr. Oerter Singletary. Mr. and
Mm Joshua McCommornick, Mr.
and Mrs. MUton BallenUn*. Mr. and
Mra J. T. O’Neal. Mra Dunrtoa and
daughter Otaris. Mr. and Mra Id-
Ala* Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Laa, Mr.
aad Mra I swan Morrison. Mr. aad
Mra Archie Walden, Jr, Mr. aad
Mra Johaato Page. Mr. aad Mra
Thamae Burnett. Mr. and Mra AJ
tan Pag*. Mb and Mra Rank Getd
ston. Mr. Richard Moor*. Mr. aad
Mra Warran Thamm aad Mr. aad
A itlltftital time was had hy *O.
GB OS BY-GARFIELD SCHOOL
F. T. A. MEETING HELD
Extravaganza is tbs taro to um
tor the production witnessed by an
overflow audience et the Crosby-
Oarfield School P. T. A. meeting
on Tuesday. No. 8. Under the super
vision of Mrs. Ruby Greene, Ele
mentary School Music Consultant
pupils from grades one through six
presented “A Time For Music."
Grads one, under the direction ot
Miss L. L. Hartsfield and Mr*. O.
W. Hicks, presented a song "Must
Be Santa,” and two delightfully
entertaining rhythmic selections—
" Santa and his Reindeer” and
“Dancing Dolls.” Grade two, with
Mrs. Lucille Bryant and Mrs. M. R.
C---~ U 4s>w4llaJ «*
‘ Dance-a-story—The Magic Moun
tain.” From grade three, under the
supervision of Mrs. P. W. Smith, e
rhythm band performed brilliantly
two selections—Percussion Scope,
and Nutcracker Sutter-Then came
the tonettes from grade four, un
der the guidance of Miss L. L.
Perry. They played “Twinkle,
Twinkle Little Star,” “Jingle Bella”
and “Joy To The World."
With Miss S. N. Diggs, Mra. G.
G. Banks, and Mrs. M T. James,
th eftfth grade provided an added
note of Joy and happiness with
their rendition* of “Long Ago,”
featuring the auto harps and bells;
a Latin American Folk Dance and
cn old country style square dance.
The sixth grade, under the guid
ance of Mrs. Turner, would have
stolen the show had it not been
for tbe first, second, third, fourth
and fifth grades. They really show
ed the audience a true picture of
excellence in their performance of
“Carol of the Drum” and “Silent
As th* program progressed from
grade to grade, one could readily
note the advancement in musical
knowledge, skill and coordination,
as well as the basic musical em
phasis tor each grade level. With
the Christmas season being evi
denced as a them*, th* costuming
and musical ability exhibited by
th* children was exbillrating and
placed everyone present in th*
“mood far Christmas”. Among the
many guests in th* audience was
Mr. Arnold Pen land, Elementary
School Music Supervisor in th* Ra
leigh Public Schools.
The January meeting will fea
ture some of the boys and girls In
action, and th* highlight of the
program will be a talk by Dr. C. B.
Middleton of Raleigh. AH parents,
and friends of education, are In
vited to attend.
MS*O^ >l H a MX li bkbL
ft* Vbrgtn biNttwal HEbi
My Lady** Doings
♦ ♦ ♦
Ih And Out Os Town
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
"Help as. O Lard, to lave,
forgive, and serve ether*. If
trivial things keep as apart,
give as grace and strength to
be reconciled Mar no bound
aries mar ear friendship.”
HOME FROM HOSPITAL
Ws art happy to report that
both Mia. Hattie Peterson, of 418
Watson St., and Mrs. Carrie Fat
arson. of & State St. are home
now. Their many friends are pray
ing that God may continue to
bless and strengthen them.
PATIENT AT WAKE MEMORIAL
Mrs. Jennie Johnson, of 540 E.
Cabarrus St. la again a patient at
Wake Memorial Hospital. Har
Local NCNW Members,
Guests In Founder’s Day
The National Council of Negro
Women celebrated Fourier's Day
at a dinner at th* Sir Walter Ho
tel last Saturday at 5:00 p.m. With
fifty in attendance, including out
of-town guests It was a gala af
fair in a beautiful setting of Christ
Dr. Elian S. Alston is tha local
president of the organisation.
Mra Caesarea Dawson Debnam,
supervisor of the Wake County
High Schools, wgg the mala speak
er for the event Her speech cen
tered around Um life of tbe late
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, found
er of th* NCNW.
Mra Debnam’■ subject, "The
Search for Meaning,” eras enthu
siastically and inspiring ly given
and received as aha told the assem
bled group, "We must join hands
in mobilizing and utilizing all a
vailabl* resources concerned with
human betterment." Her subject
embodied the invincible determi
SCANNING THE DISCS
BT CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON
CHICAGO (NPI) Th* review
this week centers on a few advance
releases of delightful Christmas
music. They include choral music,
featuring tha famed Mormon Tab
ernacle organ on Columbia label,
organ music by Eddie Layton tor
Epic Records, and an individual
waxing of tbe Yule theme by ging
er Jo Stafford on Capitol Records.
Next week, the column will fea
ture the Negro Press Internation’s
first annual Christmas Message to
record fans, together with addition
al Yuletide reviews.
The details of this column follow:
“CHRISTMAS WITH THE MOR
MON TABERNACLE ORGAN AND
CHIMES": Columbia LP (ML 60*
37). Far* includes “Adeste Fidelia,”
“We Three Kings.’’ and *1 Heard
tha Bells," among others.
Th* Mena— Taberaaele or*
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RALBIOR N. C.
WIGLET HAIR STYLES
S 3 M. VtSSAMBr WB inw,
many friends pray for her speedy
SPENDS WEEKEND IN WAKE
Mrs. Geneva Yarborough of 418
Watson St., spent last weekend 'n
Youngvtllc and Franklin ton. visit
ing relatives and friends.
PATIENT AT HOSPITAL
Mrs. Odessa Yarborough Byrd
is a patient at a hospital in Chap
el HflL Her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
NOTE:We are still listening for
your call. Did you forget It last
week? Tie a string around youx
finger, last you forget.
adtion of our model, never to give
up. She further stated, “We must
find comfort in our beliefs and
pradio* our Christianity as biti
we can. Nothing comes without
ttith and prayer aad sweat”
She closed her speech with ex
cerpt* from Dr. Mary McLeod 84-
th une's last wjU and testimony:
I lodve you love.
I leave you hope,
I leave you a thirst for education,
1 leave you faith,
I leave you racial dignity,
I leave you desire to lh/o har
moniously with your fellowman,
I leave you finally a responsibil
ity to our young people.
Th* meeting was pretided over
by the chairman of the Founder's
Day Committee, Miss J. Rom Me
bane. The other members of the
committee were: Mrs. George Fox
well and Mrs. Frank Turner.
tea erne et tbe meet pew erf ill
and toneful lnttrnmente es Its
kind to aae today, is played
with a mlxtare of fenltog aad
gsyety by Alexander Schreiner.
In all. he samples 26 Tale tones
with cbaaglag eaters aad
toads. . . . Th* maste la ea
ch* need by tanefal chimes that
blend wenderfolly with to*
heavy tanas es th* pew erfol or
gan. . . . This la a timely LP
that should help to warm th*
cackles es disc fans as they sit
aad listen at their firesides dor
teg tha Christmu icasod.
“ORGAN MUSIC FOR CHRIST
MAS":—Eddie Layton’s Epic LP
tNL Mll)8. Tunes Include “O Util*
Town of Bethlehem,” “Away In A
Manger,” and, for tha kiddies, “Ru
dolph th* Rod Nosed Reindeer.”
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