THE CAROLINA TIMES
SEPTMK 27th l»ia
The Womens Page
By Mrs, Bessie Hardy
Soottie Friday son of Mr. and
frs. Ernest Friday left tlie city
Sunday for Greensboro, wliere
be will attend A. and T. College.
Thomas Caldwell ot Fraizer
Weniie left the city Monday for
burham where he will resume
liis studies at North Carolina
Messrs Albert Johnson, Georji'e
^nd Dick Mack and Coach Mc-
endon, all of Durham and C.
Btate Collepre were in the eity
Saturday for a short visit while
pere they w'ere the |?uest of Miss
ilarizetta Hardy at her home on
^t. Mark St.
Miss Janet Davidson, neice of
^ev. and Mrs. O. W. Givens has
Returned to the city after spend-
ig the summer w'ith her parents
Washington, D. C.
[rs. Hattie Knox returned to
Ihe city last week after visiting
per daughter Mrs. Willette Coo-
[>er of Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs.
[noi also visited New York and
k^as the guests of Mrs. Alice
tiehardson of Ijdgecomb Ave.
Palmer Boyd, grandson of
’rofeasor and Mrs. Stinson of
ieatties Ford Road returned to
he city after spending the sum-
tier in Cleveland, Ohio.
W. B. Tate of Durham, form-
rly of Charlotte, was in the city
ast week visiting his father Mr.
rhad Tate who is ill at Good
Mias Qoldyn Foster of Ham-
Iton Street left the city Thurs-
lay for Greent^boro where she
vill attend Bentiett College.
NOTAL FAMILY DAY OB^
SERVED AT EMMANUEL
Annual family day was ob-
lerved Sunday September 21,
941 sponsored by the young
leople’s circles of New Einman-
lel Congreational Church. A
pecial invitation was extended
0 the families in the immiediate
Isinity of the church.
Special ‘recognition was given
0 the family with the largest
lumber of members and rela-
ives. A special sermon “The
i’amily and the Church”: feat-
featured the program in the
Thursday evening at 8:30,
Miss Viola Harris, Mrs. Flossie
Moore, and their clubs present
ed the juniors in a patriotic pag
eant. The Boy Scouts 'of St.
l*laul Baptist church participat
ed in the closing program.
Miss Virginia Flyn.n Chair
man of Publicity and Rev.
Charles F. Kush is minister
Among Charlotte students
who are going away to schK)l
ai-e; Misses Rosa Mae Goodwin
of So. Brevard St., Yvonne Gor
don of Ca'rmel ^St., Luella Mae
Blake of E. First St., Bernice
Bird and Wm. Lawing, Jr.
The Junior choir of Ebenezer
Baptist church entertained at a
going party Thursday evenijig
at the church, honoring' Misses
Goldwyn Foster and Bernice
Bird who left for school last
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Grisby of
St. Paul St. had as their guest
last week Mr. and Mrs. Y. J.
Grigsby of Durham, and Mr.
Howard Grigsby of Atlanta,
West Charlotte High schot)l
entertained at a pre-football
Friday night at Sunset Park.
Around 100 guests attended.
Miss Helen Phillips daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Phillips of
Baxter Street is able to be out
again after being confined to
her home and the Hospital for
several weeks, on accoxmt of ill
Messrs i William Bruson and
0*Bie Adams of Tuskeegee were
in the city over the week end as
the guests of Lenny Barnes of
Robert Phillips son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Phillips left the city
recently for West Virginia State
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Lovell
and family have returned to the
city after spending a short while
in Washington, D. C. where they
were the guests of Mrs. Lovells
aunt, Mrs. J. C. Hollman. Dr.
and Mrs. I>ovell w'ere extended
a number of social courtesies.
New York. — Ray Robinsoa,
ap and cominsr liffhtweiffht,
won aq easy technical knockout
)ver Carl Gugerino of Hartford,
n 2:47 of round three in‘'a
scheduled eierht round bout at
the Queensboro Arena
Charfire that films seek war is
bitterly denounced by Hays.
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. ROOMS ADDRESS WEEKLY RATE
3 Adams Court
1302 Alston Avenue
423 Cozart Avenue
Store 616 Fayetteville Street
2 Apt. 1010 Fayetteville Street
1011 Ferrell Street
604 Guys Alley
306 Hunt Street /
Store 528 Proctor Street
606 Ramsey Alley
516 Ramsey Street
610 Ramsey Alley
612 Ramsey Alley
512 Ramsey Street
414 Roney Street c
406 Roney Street
407 Roney Street
408 Roney Street
410 Roney Street
416 Roney Street
404 Roney Street
704 South Street
307 Sowell Street
703 Whitted Street
724 Whitted Stre^
315 Lee Street
408 Lee Street
603 Blebane Street
507 Mobile Avenue
526 Pettigrew Street
' 432 Piedmont Street
106 Piedmont Street
522 Proctor Street
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IAANUFACrURIN& JOBS IH THE U.S.
HEU> BY A WOMAN. '
By Sybil Brewer
Miss Emma Bass, a resident of
third Street is a patient of Lin
Rev. W. L. "Wilson, Pastor of
the St. John Baptist Church,
has returned from the Lott Ca
rey Convention which he attend
ed in Baltimore recently.
Frank Eugene Riggins of
Third Street left last week for
King’s niQuntain where he enter
ed Lincoln Academy. He was
formerly a student of* tliere al-
thought he has been attending
Hillside High School recently.
Miss- Minerva Holman is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Holman of Fifth Street.
She is now living in New York.
Miss Elizabeth Jenkins has re
turned from a joyoiis vacation
in Clarkton, S. C. She is n resi
dent of Fourth treet.
Miss Clara McClain of Ra
leigh spent the week-end with
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Ml’S. McClain of Fourth Street.
Miss Wasgele Williamson has
retilrned to Durham after spend
ing some time in Virginia.
W’^ill Moore of North Side is
ill at his home there.
AND OURS |«
FORE man t
Music Festival Will
WINSTON-SALEM, Sept. 22
(CP)—'riie City-Wide music
Festival, sponsored by tlie Negro
Civic Welfare League, will pre
sent latest developeinents in
Negro music when the festival
opens at Bow'maiv Gray Stadium
September 28, Ingram McLeod
said last w’oek.
B. J. Adgers is chairman in
charge of.the music and Mcljeod
chairman of the Junior Chatiiber
of Commerce committee.
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Here it is September again.
And September means back 1m
school—and inevitable, school
days mean cotton fashions.
What a treat American C’ol-
lege and high school girls are in
for as they begin their pre
school shopping tours. They’ll
l)e dazzled by glanutrous new
velveteens. They'll like the prac
tical touch of fine corduroys.
And they’ll cheer for durable,
long-lived gabardines. Just one
glance W’ill convince them that
w’itliout cottons no school ward
robe is complete.
True enough, the war and A-
merica’s own defense program
will show their effect on cot
ton fashions on the campus. Tail
ored corduroy suits—just a bit
severe, though exceedingly'^hart
in lilies^—will be seen in the'class
room. There'll be a greater
swing toward slack suits for pic
nics and lounging around the
Thrills in Velveteen
But whatever severity there is
in everyday clothing, it will cer
tainly find relief in the thrilling
new' velveteen dinner and even
ing dresses the college girl will
wear to formal parties and cam
pus balls. The soft folds of long
full sleeves give an air of 'fem
inine sphistication to the very
And speaking of velveteens,
they’re going to be more popu
lar than ever before for dress-
up afternoon parties, tea dances,
a»d of course to wear weekends
at home or on the campus at
Tech where Joe’.s going to school
Soft and glamorops in apperance
cotton velveteens are being of
fered this sea.son in more than
forty different colors. For even
ing the darker hues are nuyst
popular, though one of the mo«t
striking dinner dres.ses of the
season is being ma«le in wine
Corduroys for Every Girl
But to get back to cordu
roys—for they’re going to play
an even more important part in
college wardrobes than last year
there are some absolute “musts”
no girl should miss. For instance,
to get away from the age-old
combination of sweater and skirt
there’s a two-piece corduroy suit,
kets and a front kickpleat skirt.
It has a jacket with roomy poc-
In aqua blues flame red, du.sty
rose and beige, the outfit is worn
with a tailored white shirt and
knee-length cotton ribbed hosi
Slacks Do Double Duty
In the same colors as the suit
ensemble there’s a slack suit
which is ideal for general knock
about wear. Some of these cor
duroy slack suits are mjkde so
that they can play double role of
slack suit and loimging paja
There’s nothing too good that
can be said about the new crave-
netted cotton gabardine rain
coats. Smart in line, these new
coats are a real between-class
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These new cottons are goii^ to
be the rage of every campus ii|
the country. '•
The State AAA commilM»
chairman explained that ti^t
means farmers mast estimate
now their abeolnte minimam
needs for maehinexy aad revotf
parts for ld42.
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STATE INCOME TAXES
.L . ' •
have to be PAIDl
You will find it very convenient to pay th^ in
one lump sum. You can do this and get any ad
ditional funds you may require by selecting the
type of credit that suits you and budgeting' the
repayment to the bank over a period of ten
months or a year, fitted to your iri|»>ma
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