Minn *. a. SATURDAY, DECEMBER IP. !H»
Raleigh Deltas Hold first In Series Os Eventsl
Mrs. Dorah T. Parker
Passes In High Point
HIGH POINT (Special) The
Brooks Itanoriol Methodist Church,
M Thtrvtew Street, tu tho ocoao
of tko funeral of Mrs. Dorah T.
Parkor an Mdajr afternoon. De
comber 11. Mm lived ot the heme of
bar daughter, Mm. Addle & Tyson,
<l7 Hilltop Street Her peealng
"IM Boom That Servlet
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• PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
• PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
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Community Drug Store
600 8. Blount St Raleigh, N. C.
W. P. WIMBERLEY, Reg,stered Pharmacist
• HALLMARK GREETING CARDS
• SCHRAPFFS CANDIES
Starts with "CP . •. ends with *E"... refreshing beverage. Coke!
v Cocs-Cola— cold, crisp, bright lively lift
(never too sweet)... refreshes best.
NMHivtnimi XaflteC«»C*CN'*9lr> THK CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
three days earlier brought to a con
clusion extended period of de
The faneral waa c end acted
by the Reverend Marshall Me-
Callam, peeter es the church.
He pointed to the strength es
her chrtattmn faith, her love for
human kind, and her ability te
bear up In the midst of advers
ity. She was a member es
Brooke memorial and will he
remembered for her human to
ter eat and her sunny dlapeat-
Bent In Cabarrus County, she
was married to the late John L.
Parker. Os their eight children,
three survive. MSb. Addle B. Ty
son of High Point; John W. Parker,
of Fayetteville, and Charles J.
Parker, of Winston-Salem, both col
Surviving also are Walter Tyson,
Sr, son-in-law; Mrs. Emllie B.
Parker, daughter-in-law; Jay W.
Tyson, grandson, and a number of
other grandchildren and great
vacation at Bennett College will
begin at B p m. on Friday, Decem
ber II and end at 8 a.m. on Mon
day. January 4. 1906.
MEMORIAL DAT MILEAGE
Race driven at Indianapolis gat
■bout four miies par gallon using
special fuels st s fl s gallon, the
Catholic Digest finds.
Each farm worker In the U. S.
raises food and fiber for 20 others,
the Catholic Digest reports.
Red Letter Day For Delta Sorority’s
’65 Jabberwock Participants Here
The first in a series of Red Letter
Day Events, "Once Upon A Time
Party" wa» held recently at the
Home Eckers Hotel for the 1963
Jabberwock Participants and their
escorts. This affair was given by
the Raleigh Alumnae Chapter of
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, spon
sors of the Twenty-six Annuel Jab
berwock to be held on February 90,
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ATTEND DELTA PARTY HERE Piet.trad above in the thirty-nine 1965 Jabberweck
participant s, who attended the “Once Upon A Time" party, given recently by the Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority in this city. (See story).
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“ONCE UPON A TIME” WINNERS From left to right
Mieses Cynthia Farrell. Robin Hood; Priscilla Shirs, Hula Girl;
Juiia C. Evans, Whistler's Mother; and Cheryl Hamlin, Little Bq-
Peep. Misses Farrell and Evans won top honors lor the most ori
ginal costumes, and Misses Shire and Hamlin received honors! ls
mention. (See story).
ladles entered “One# Upea A
Time Land” far a gala sveakM
es fan and entertainment. They
leigk. Needham Braughtan
High Sehool. Cardinal Olhhsna,
Berry CTUDy, Jabu W. Ligen
Janter-Senter High oeh set;
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flohttl; Dm, Eanett Hg|
DURHAM Au T. Spaulding,
president. North Carolina Mutual
Life Insurance Company was pre
sented an award (or business a
chievement from the Interracial
Council for Business Opportunities
at a banquet held at the Overseas
Tress Club in New York on Decem
The award was made by Harvey
C Russell. Vice President of Pepsi
Cola Company, and a Co-chairman
rs the Interracial Council for Busi
ness Opportunity which maintains
headquarters in this CHy.
Rodman C. Rockefeller, vice-pres
ident of International Basic Econo
my Corporation is also a co-chair
The interracial Ceunctl far
Business Opportanity was farm
ed in New Terk in October
I M 3, under the ce-apaneerehlp
•f ike American Jewish Can
frees and the Urban Leaps far
the porpaaa as farntahing tree
buslnaaa eunaaltlng aareieaa to
Nagra buateaaatnao la tha New
Yerk City area.
The group has recently made
plana to extend dteee aerateta to
Negro businessmen acroas tha no
tion. through tha establishment at
similar councils in other major,
Spaulding received tha first an
nual award given by this argent
MERIDIAN. Miss.—fight atudan*
and two tanchara from the local
Freedom School ware arrested a*
December S on the second air? eg
a tour to mot compliance hr local
restaurants with the Qvil Rights
Tha uiMomond ad tha Trail
way but station, tha eaeood atop aw
tha tasting tour. At tha firm slop,
the Toddle House, tha taatara were
served, but with 35 cent site bottles
of aoft drinks rather than the regu
Gale Falk, director of the local
The shortest girl. Carolyn Fata
and the tallaat girl, Julia Camlllia
Brans, wars awarded Delta gifts.
However, the highlight of the party
came when each boaoree introduc
ed herself and gavu tae Once Up
on A Time Character the represent
ed. Honors was* awarded Cynthia
Freedom School, recently served
four days in tall rather than pay a
sl3 fine on a phony traffic charge.
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BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Longview Shoppag Center 2200 New Bern Ave. 828-2157 Raleigh, N. Cl
FarraO, “Robin-Hood” and Julia
Camlllia Evans "Whistler’s Mother"
for having the moat original cos
tumes. Cheryl Hamlin, “Little Bo-
Peep” and Priscilla Shire, “Hula
Girl” received honorable mention
or their very attractive uartumea.
Attending this Delta’s First Red
Letter Event were Diana Fog*.
Margaret Harris, Sylvia Crudup,
Bernice Pope, Gloria Hunter, San
dra Wright. Bella Francine Cutis,
Shirley Anne James. Mildred
Campbell, Julia Camlllia Evans,
Claudia Jones. Cynthia Farrell.
Donna Winters, Herbertina Cope
land. Carolyn Rogers, Cheryl Ham
lin. Joyce Dunaton, Elizabeth Yar
borough. Elizabeth Payton. Jennifer
T. Stewart, Doris Ann Hicks. Mary
Susan Cheek. Barbara GUI Bag
land, Claudette Murphy, Joanna A.
Peebles, Earlein Bright. Bessie
Beckwith. Thelma H. Hall, Caro
lyn E. Fain, Gatina Anthony, Amite
Scarborough. Patricia Sanders,
Shirley Marrow, Joyce L. Lot, Cora
Ann Ray. Priscilla Shire, Gwen
dolyn Sneed, Mary Lena Perry and
The cause of the explosion which
sunk the battleship Maine fat IM6
and started tea Spataiah-American
War baa never bon sattetactarily
determined, the Cathelio Digest
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Fire & Casualty
Durham, N. C.
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