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    AT UUiT, WE BA,S£jiAlX l«iis In Liuinatn mrv • break.
Iwv* •Mn our l«voriu«,- iiie Uurnani itiKk anx, uiiaci* tnt
munmgmmtm and vt jtininy a>ak>t rmther tavor*
Ml« Miawtiift M^iMi s«Jtne strong ttaiiia ttiiic wevK, anu rtgat hcte
•t a treat to ite«; tu«>e ouj'.-' in aCuuu hKvi iiuving
coat«iit«4i oHiaeivaa atniwkt n, atumiud wiiu rujiuuHii tfumw* aau
gBin«.F uetwecn. tbe Vioae t««uiii.
Mi^Dday aighi the a«i»onsti«t«d their hitting powtr again«t
tli^ tuueigu ut»yi vtuumv piivu«.i, !auud tit kittiiiiui' i/iMcn ovx
laau. blTKtj/ 111.411 UU UlU ivaUt, tt UlJflitllU Ul; gut.
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mmuiir utcii Mutf jiiciii./ puwunui.
Manager Hiieni iiiu( tuct«i li a pussibtiuy ui putiiDK 04I
gaiiit.» iitic hiter lUii ox tiic it^u.^i' . >.u_uii Ki iiiti paiik
jiiOtiTia OtiJtl...;-. *0.
rtiiu tiiiu k..a^uiiii0o|»vinJlg Oil -uti iai« anu coa;;h
CMlltlij(~Ulll^AKlCa Ull lllti vt.C ktUae Ul
cuiwi«;u uMi«.uau uciu will iieali/ cuiiiciuc Wl(/l ^nc upeiiiiiK ut lUu
vu.ieKiiiKt luuL-uau i>;aa'ui.. 'iTtHL^O. K. witn >ourii tiul-y.
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Aua speaking of Coacn iiuignarui.D Slagles, .xsveial ui: thein
Have ibiuaiUL'U rigat aetc; in 4/amaui aii auuuuei ut W'uii:., attu
wiui lAe t>|it: O4 >roiK t.aai. most ox tWm aie uoiiig, iney woti'b
iiave iw uac puyricai cuiiuiii'un lor an excuse tor nov piaytiig jain-
'up i>au tats tail. VVny just tae oiucr uay i,uuy uau a gioup oi
Ui«in uitiuadiMg aiiu nauitng cinioaiui uj «uui lot lue cuiiu^c, auu
taey weie reaay maae up lor uie roie. iueir Buiruebs oouie.-* ,v*cit
a unaui’iu euouy cuior aud tney were recugiuiaoie oiuy oy i-iieTi
voices. _ ' .
It' ■'• '
A lew of them are making a re^ui^ shilt Tor the contractor
ceusuuciiiig lue new Duiiuinaii at luw oLnit-gt:. xnc^ uu eveiyinuig
iiiciuaing uuu carrying, nauiing uriCk auu luuiiui ui >t.-'oiiie i^':oiK‘i*
i>uggy^ ^etcetera. ^ •
rt I t t t
A ClIi'-Wil>iS I’liiNNlS' lUUitiNAinijjiNi la a.itifciway aT tne
Hiiigiae tenniii couru.jinuer tne girecuon ot I'lauK xturuettu wno
ut 'aiwaya siaxiiug Rumetmng. .au comers were invited to enter ai
U.e caiy rctjuuemeui is Deiug a4»le to Hit tne juau. ridiuei's ol pnaea
w-on la other meets are not eiigitJie, Howevei". 'Ihe tourn^ \.*-ingIes
ODiy) enu -friufty-'wi law weeK naving si.aiiea i«ionaay, august V.
* 1 t t t t —
I'iiiiS UllX:iiU£ SWlMJdfcKtt scored again at ihe SState /uett in
Greensboro Moauaif Burfat. Congrats team, vv Den you are 11. tne
Beigtrboruood at tae Uiit«ide iiatnuouse arop in and take a si^uint
at tne'handsome trophies and meaals wh'ich tne indiviuuai niemoers
and the team as a wnole broght back.^Couldn't nave ^tter
inysaif.
— l>Jd Juu see :Dy^amite’ Brtwmgton (fomer^K. C. Stale FuH-
Oack) doing all that tnird sacKing lor the Kinston Ureys tne otner
moo&time? t
Ua^ Sox Tajke,2
" The Duriuim lilaek Sox have two wins in a row to their cradit
or this weeK as we go to press. (Weunesuay). iue victims ot
taeir heavy Hitting oaslaugut Monday nignt, August 7 wera uie
Kaleigfa Ureys who went down by an 6-'d count, it was the timely
hit^pg and smart intieiding of the Black 6ox in this game'tttat
accounted for tlieir decisive victory over tllfe*'Wghly touted Greys.
AiBOV£ is shown the Friend-
Fhip iJaptist Church located at
the corner of 1st and Bruvard
Streets in Charlotte. Rav,^ L,
Powell a gradujif ttllege
and theology departments of
Johnson C. Smith University,
is pastor of this church which
has na its motto: “The Friendly
Churth ii. Iho i>iiondly City.’
Rev. Powell in an interview,
revealed the fact tliat when he
took over the ehurch leven
years ago the rtiemberfhip was
veiy low and there wag a $45)00
.00 (Jei)t against the church , and
that now the debt has be*n r**
duced to approximately on*
thousand (fSllars and the inem-
berfhip has increased undei his
>astoratc.
nt profntai 0^ Saturday,
Aug. S in th» N. C/ Mutual
Forum ook tha fom of' »
'Vacation Uonr* and faatoMd
many intaraatinf^ diaeui^iona
and Uata for •aiayabl* \ms*‘
tioni.
Tlia program began at tnual
wltii a liTinn and a davofiosal
raading »r MIm 6«n*va htd-
bctt«r which /wa« iioUowad byf
th« chanting of the Lord’ll
prayer.
The ‘Vacation Hour’ proper
bewail with Mlaa Laura N. For
bes giving har ideas on how
very anjoyable a vacation can
be for those who like RIEST. A
vacation of play wa» di«cu«aed
by Miss Haiel Edwards. ^oe‘^
Harris came on to tell tha forum
‘What 1 would Do If I Had the
Money and the Choice’ th«n
Mrs. Mae Harrei(
“The Most Sn^yafcle ' V4e«ilo»*
I Ever Took,’ “Tha Common
‘IXon'ta for Vacation Goers’
werdi brought out by Mies.. Alma
Herndon.
Unde* the d^^^iaion of tha
program entitled “What to Ex
pect on a Vacation’ \vf^ wa» a
song and dime fetturlnjsz^L^ila
Maa and Aieton Brown, Uarnard.
Tate; fithal McLaiurin; Faralea
and Ethal Antboay, G r « c •
Brovin;' 'i’bao4iore Freeland,
Morina LIjcca and Waltar
Green.
After tha presentation of
visitors and announcements the
forum hour was closed itb
the Miapah.
BEAUTY CbM^EST—
(Continued fram paga ure)
the tbrae Judger who d>;lil^H«^
ed at length in their attempt to
jaelect tha winner. And this w«a
I no cinch.
As Miss Gourdina wa!i gives
tha privilaga of taking th« Mp
whenever lOie desires, «ha hat
stated that she will be leaving
sometime around "th* flut of
S«p«Mabar. She iavltM «U ol
her frianda to cone aloof aQd ;
nwka it a party. \am Up* nay ,
ftf If mm t« taka Mlvant-
age of the Bookar I*. Wa^tng-
toQ all azpanM paid Toan.'^Call
tha Carolim 'Ttaea for dtteila >
Misa OoocdiaVa ether r'vaik ‘
'wtm Miarm Annie Bofd; Alpba '
Jenkina, Mania IV Um* ;
McDon«14 «ad Biie^ Jonai.
Each of theaa htdie« were s,'iven
eratar of R^rtt Crom Goia.
RETURNS HOME
t t t t » t
Mr. and Mr*. Fletcher Nor-
^od of South St. are
back after, pending an enjoy
able week end in Richmond, Va.
where they visited tha historical
Robert £. Lea Ship.
CHARLOTTE ATTORNEY
(Continued from page one)
and Freddie Williami'. Among
those who mouiTied his loss
Mesaers Phtllipr, RobiiMOn; An--
deraon; Greem; Bowser, Harris
were: one brother, four
neices; three nephews a hoft of
ratativH and friends. "
‘i'uesday night tney eked out .a 5-ti wtu uvur iiiii£>i>ua Greys.
The fin»t'kining of the Monday night game featured a pitching
duel tetw«eh iSims of Kaleign and Debnam of t>ur)iam but in the
second frame, the Sox broke away witJi tluce runs.' Things
darkened a bit, however; wuen in the fu^st iiait 01' the fourth
the eapitol city bo^ 1|ot JDe'Duam lor 2 runs. All wa» well again
twnen the locals clinched victory \^th thfee" more runs ii; th«>
4th and *2 in the Vtn. Almost every man on tne local team brought
i|r one run while Pnace knocked a homer. Sims als» made a round
trip for the vwi^rs.
Tuesday nigbt’s game started out to be a nip 'and tuck affair^
.^but lOon feegaiLto like a run away for the Visitors. They took left-
iiiinded Morgan for 1 run in the opening^stauza and four in a row
.11 viie fourth. The Sox scored tw« runs in the first and tcok it
\without wanting to) until the 8th, inning when~ they
^uauciicu their hits to t>ring four runs accross the plate to win the
Green started out on the mound for the Greys but was retired
after aily-wing the runs which won tKe game. — Throughout
uie game he was calm and cool as the immorlai cubumber. ^ He
was relieved by Williams who?a untierhan4, deliverj^ things
Morgan for the Black Sox was relieved t»y Craddock who stopp
ed tne neavy hitting of the Greys.
Price of the Kinston team hit a triple for the longetft extra ba?e
hit of the game, taking advantage of Barbee’s e^jor^ at second
'base. .
Norfolk and Portfimouth are i^cheduled to meet the Sox thin
iwieek, (Thursday and Friday) and Kinston may return fur
Saturday night.
, . ATTENTION MASONS. '
DISTRICT NUMBER 19 F AN'S A. M., WILL HOLD ITS.
ANNUAL MEETlNa WITH DORIC LODGE NO. 28, SAT
URDAY AUGUST 10. THE 19th DISTRICT IS COMPOSED
OF LODCE5 IN THE COUNTIES OF ORANGE, PERSON;
ALAMANCE AND DURHAM.
.... ALL MASONS IN GOOD STANDING aK£ INVITED. ..
W. H. TAPP, DEPUTY 19tli DISTRICT —
Regal Ibeatre
FRIDAY—SPECIAL—SATURDAY
WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION
JOE LOUIS IN ‘SPIRIT OF YOOTH'
ALSO ‘DICK TRACY RETURNS’ NO. SEVEN
TUESDAY—WEDNESDAY
'THE MOTION PICTURE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER'
GARFIELD IN ‘BLACKWELI.'S ISLAND
—THOII»PAY-^ARCAIN DAY-~FIVE-j| TEN CENTS
*f dM few great aviation pict«r«* oil all tiaM*.’
'DAWN PATROL'
With Eral Rab«D H*od) Ftjran—Bfill Ratfalm'M
GIJIE AUTRY IN *THE SINGING COWBOY*
Mr Honors
ttoiuea.
DURHlAM—In an effort to
express appraciaCiifu, iuid
acknowledge in isouie vaiigib.e
way the very loyal, coopeiy.tive
anu enjoyable spirit ot "'O'
meiT 01 tne &t. josepn A. itt. K.
Church Choir, the men of tne
choir gave a-.JDinner Fariy hon
oring tne women of the choir,
at tne Algonquin I’eunis Ciuii
lt»tti*e Tuesday ‘evening A\ig\iat
U at 7:30 p. m.
It was a very coiorfuI cccus-
ion, the table ueing decorated'
with flowers and surrounded
with approximately thirty five
men and women inte4.cs>>.cu in
songs devoted to church woi;k.
Along with the very deliiiou.s
and enJoyffble dinner expiess-
lona were made in most coses,
by two' -representative^ ot - each
section’^of the choir and. all
viniting guest. After numerous
expressions including M r s.
Euima Buli,er; l;rs. Hunter,
Milla; Isaac Smith whose length
of service to the choir wa»,
worthy of note remark.s wet^e
made uiiag _ the__tctivity-tmd
cooperation of the choir by
Rev. J. A. Valentine paatoT- of
the St, Joseph AM£ Chu^h and
Mrs. B. A. J. Whitted, Chorister
of tEk. choir pointing out the
respon.iibility of the choir G.
W. Cox a member of the choir,
giving th« closing remarks in a
very rousing way.
Vocal solos were rendered by
Mrs. Margaref Rice Morgan and
laador Boyd Oglesby.
Visiting gruests were as follows
Mrs. S. V. Norfleet, Chorister
of White Roci BaptM. Church.
Mrp. Lillian H. Buchanan,
Chorister of St. Joseph Goapel
Choir. «f ^
Rev, J. A. Valentine pastor
of St. Joseph AM£ Church
la^dor^ Boyd Oglesby member
of White Bock Baptist Church
Choir.
OFFICERS OF THE ST. JOSEiPH
AME CHURCH CHOIR ARE:
Mrs. B. A. J. Whitted, Chori
ster MM M
Mrs. Minnie Gilmer, Organist
^James J. HeMder.«on, Pres.
Miss Catherine Burnette, Se-
cretary-Treasiir^r.
A’TTEND/ANTS:
- - Cecil -Valentine
Henry Burnette
The total enrollment of
choir is 33.
IN THli SUPERIOR COURT
BY PUUl.K,AilOrt
isuliin CABOJLJlNA,
uuitiiAMi CUUirt'i'V
JUMl^l JOHNSON
va
4'A'HIt; IfbowU JOHNSON
Tiie defenuant, Fattie ioung^
Juhitoa uuove named, will take
notice taut an action entitled
tne &Uve lias beeil commenced ^
thu Superior Court oi yur- j
iMiii Couuiy North Caiolina'
wherein tne plaintiff, Jonn *
Alien Johns«5n has filed a com
plaint praying for an aosolute
ttivoice from Q the defendant,
t'atHe i'oung Jolm'-on upon the
gtouuu of eparation cont'nuous
ly for more tiian two years next
pi cfcerfipg tffi#" mstihrtwn of tfa*
action. will further take
notice tliat you are herebj' *»'
quired to appear at the’Toffic«
the Clerk of Superior Court
in tiie County of “ Durham at
the Courthouse in Duriham,
North Carolina not later thM
thirty (30) day after the 12th,
day of September 1939 and
aniover or demur “'to the com-
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the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the * relief demlinded
in the complainf;
This 10th (lay of Aug. 193«,
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