THE CAROLINA TIMES
SATtJBDAT, NOVEMGCB O. 'flU *
Ar«. Bethune Spegks
At A. and T. College
Ghre«nsboro^ N. Ck Oct. 13. — Dr.
Mary McI«k! ^etlmme, Pueaident
and of ftethttfte-CfwoktiMin
tellvefed tt§ princip»l'«d-
llr«i* th© annn&I DuAti^ Day
oefebMtfon, t* A IIhS^ &ttdienc« »M-
tMiibled A. and T. coUege la*t
week. Shft itm iatrodtaoed by Dr.
Charlotte |Hawkin» Brolro, Prteii-
dent of Palmer Memorial liurtl-
BIAIL RE02VEa) and
1^. C. NeiWBpapen
and Clipped Daihr>
6W E. Worth St.
Ralelxh, N. C.
**Ir00| as iiieh, ta almost as«-
less. as. y«t, ha* ao aubati-
tute b> the ti(s)iioning of atronff,
ata]rdy» laitiag i^a^are. Yet, the
only differeoce between iron and
Bt*e^ the exwsrtotoee of tire!'
said ur. Bethune.
The speaker declared, *‘It was
of the^teol of character, the kteel
of i^isiOQ, the «teel of parpoie, and
st%el that is in men who are will
ing to eboperate and work togeth
er, «f which tins institntion was
t*nilt. This ehAllenge—to be the
iroi « toibe the ateel-^ before
•very one of aa today. It is, before
you yooi^ men who are here fit-
ling 3«>ar8elte8 for your role iA
Dr. Bethune adviled the stud
ents to take advanti^ of ths on-
ttsaal opportunities offered at A.
and T. Ollege in the fields of
agriculture and iaduatiral technol
ogy, in order that they might qual
ify "to meet the ever increasing
demand for akilled minds and
Those who would question the
personal importance of the defense
jof democrat "need only to oon-
isider our advantagee and our fu
ture under the democratic way of
life as opposed to what would be'
our plight under faacism or any
of the other diotator-controlled
‘ism’,’’ said Dr. Bethune. “Under
Gpd’s guidance in this great de-
mocijacy, we are already rising out
of the darkness of slavery into the
light of freedom and opportunity.
We have had an opportunity to
advance from a people of 80 per
cent illitewte to a people 80 per
cent literate; from abject poverty
to ownership and operation of ov
er a million fsrm» and almost a
million homes* from the status of
chattels to recogniped contributors
to the American culture. Let u»
hot be misled into thinking such
progress cQttld hava been, made un-
5er i HitlW r^ime."
The speaker eentinued, “Of
co^l*a^ «# f^t
that 6tb6m of equal
oppoHunity hare not opened very
.wide to us.” Although we &ro sub
ject to many ao«i&l And economic
injnstioies in Aawriaa.’’ Dr. Beth-
ns« said, “W* must give our voic
es, our strength, otir skills, yes,
even our life* feo d^and the na-
tioilal independence add Wvereign-
ty pt the United 8Ut«a againat
Httier and his lust for world con
quest, not so maeb for what Amer
ica is, but for what Ameriea ean
be. That structure, w« must pre
serve *and reinforce with good
strong, tempeared steel, in order
that the .freedom and opportunity
toward which we asPire may
The speaker concluded, “Let us
all thank Qod for the wisdom, th?
vision, the cof^ration which fifty
years i^o led to the establishment
of this college in its present form
by the legislature of this grand
and liberal state, ^t us pay trib
ute to this state lor the coopera
tion of it* educational authorities
which has not only made this in
stitution what it is, but which has
placed the state o^ North Carolina
in the forefront of Southern statM
in the educational opportunities
available for, Ntgroes. ”
Dr. P. ID. BJufordi president of
the college, presided. Reverend W.
C. Cleland, pastor of Bethel A. M.
C Church, Greensboro'* offered
prayer. Carl A. Harris, clasa of
1925, principal of Franklin County
Training School,’ Looisburg, N. C.
brought greetings from the iltwmi
The coll^ef choir under the di
rection of Prof# Warner I^wson
sang: “0 Bone Jesu,” Palestrins;
“Bless Thou.The Lord.” Ippoli-
tov-IvandV; * ‘ItaUan Sf reet
Song,” Herbert; and “Deep Eiv-
er” Burleigh. Prof. B. N. Mason
played “favatina,,’ Raff, on the
violin. The college band under the
direction of Prof. MasOn ^com-
panied thef audience in the singing
of “God Bless America.”
The ladies of the Mothert ’ Chib j
and their husbands were guests of
Mr.‘ and Mrs. T. A. Hainnjc, at
their home in Oxford. N. C. Thurs
day, November 6th. It was an in-
terestifig evenii^ and thoroughly
enjoyed by all.
By vote, our meeting night wa*
changed to the first and third
Monday nights in each month for
the convenience of a greater num
ber of the members. The \next
meeting wiH be November I7th at
the home of Mi^. B. J. Keills-
Mrs. Consueia Foreman and Mrs.
Lyda Merrick are servii^ as spon
sors for the night.
Ly€a B. Mewick
The Ampriean hcn-»*wife bi.-«
little cause to worry over a Po-«i-
bU* shortflge of sugnr ni x? year
because of war conditionn, rep«rt^
the U. p. Coinmere* DepHrlt!»*Bt.
I ♦ >i»r #xpfTi»-n4 i* »• tluit It ii vary
ilir’firitit to k^ an
jat work al'i=r thr- ditm*? belt rnft
On the Marchl
10 PREVENT LOSS OR
SHRINKAGE OF SAVINGS
, Share Certificates Issued In $100.00 i
4% DIVIDEND RATE r
SHARES INSURED UP TO $5,000.00
Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation
llhitUa) BuSding & Loan
C. C. Spaulding, President
R. L McDo^ald^ Sec. - Treasurer
Durham, - North Carolina
The “No Trump” Bridge ChilJ
has resulned its activities. The
cSub had an informal get together
for its first meeting, at the home
of Mrs. 0. P. Jeffers, ^bur new
members were added. 'Hje club re-
grfets very much the absence of
t^ of its former meiAbers—‘Miss
D. H. Rainey and Mrs. Geoi^a
Thompson. The members now ate
as follows; Mrs. I. M. Harden.
Mrs. C. B. Holmes, Mrs. 0- P. Jflf-
fers, Miss V. L. Joges, Miss
McLean, Miss B. B. Meadows, Mr;;.
A. W*. Payne, Mrs. R. P. Randolph,
Mrs. M. B. 'Spaulding.-Mrs. L. P-
. On each meeting ni^t we are
entertained by members alternat
ing and acting as joint hostesses.
We can always look forward to .i*
grand surprise on each occasion.
High, score and second prizes
are always awarded. The winners
so far have been Miss V. L. Jones,
Mrs. R. P. Randolph, Miss B. B.
MeadowsJ Mrs. C. R. Holmes, and
Mrs. I. M. Hardtjn, ,
y^OU’LL give thanks'for Thanks-
'I giving left-overs whe» you Uste
this delicious citiu berry tnrttey
inold, made with turkey left from
ftianksglving dinner. And thlt two-
lone mold is grand party fai^ for
Ihs week-end, following rte ^Thurs
Cranbarry Turkay Maid
1 ctip flB*ry
* cola water
S cups turkey
* brotfc. . . ^
] t«a«pdon grated 3 chopper
; t onion
2 cup* die
Soften gelatin to oold water and
ilaiolva In hot turkey broth made
Iftom boiled anil strained tfirkey
ibonea). Add onion and seaiouhigs
[to tasta; oeol until illghtly thick-
Wed. 'Fold ta ramalnlng ingredient!).
Half fill fanay mold rubbed with
salad Toll ’’in^ W1ien''ahaost
firm, add Part , Ijof raclpe.f
, cup water
pound (4 eopa)
1 t-hicb itlek/
t Whole cloTea
Orated Hnd 1'
. OMBge 4-*
• a^ttn s.
S taHeepooiui cold
1^ cup finely diced
H cup chopped Braall nuts
Dissolve augar In water; bring to
bolting point and add cranberriea.1
spices and Hrange riad. Cook sloWly|
until cranberry skins pop open. Put]
through fine sieve, ^fteu gelatlal
In cold water and dissolve In ho
cranberry mlztur*. Cool. When
slightly thickened, fold In applaf'
and nuta; poar in mold on top et
turkey gelatin. Chill until firm. Uo*
mold on lettuce and serve with
mayonnaise blended with whipi^
creftm and seasoned lightly j
horseradish. Sarvaa C-8.
The Club will meet Tuesday
with Mrs. I. M. Harden — Mrs.
Betts and Harden hostesses.
Nor noticed that
two lads lay
had been with me all
and shell screamed
^ €AtCOlATBD fon TM# WfeW *Of>
Bm»OVA watch time.
There two dead youths lay side ^s we marched gaily on our
by side | way. ^
Upo^ th^ field where tliey had i The other was the enemy,
The war itself—a blasphetiiy.
These lads cared not for war at
^ch simply answered Country's
Each was told that hi's cause
•F VOU POtm MELTED AKMflW ova
»i^.ffllL!"HORACe, iVHVCANlr ^
tm 8aiM04 A4PER ATTNE6RT'
1%l^ LIKE OTHER OOf ”
"mimci^ MsnnR m ms corner who ws em m amiK^iA
Their sweethearts simply can't
They're dead—But there the two
Who left their homes and march-
I am for Honor, but I pray
That God will speed the coming
That those whob ring a war
Cy To Serve You
RULANE GAS COMPANY
Metered (Sras Service Anywhere
The handwriting on the waO re
cord* the eventual banishment ai
the Hquor traffic—through acttei by
common, every day citizMa arcMsed
by liquor abuses and Bred witb in
This opinion was expressed by
Mrs. Ida B. Wise Smith, president
T.U.. a* she not
ed re-entry of the
churchea in the
ance field and
with ttie “tremen-
/doua upsurge of
which the weta
•The terrible conditions prevail
ing as results of legalized liquor are
I ^Lnniig to stir Christian leaders
to acUoi), An awakening from •
distressing apatiqr seems apparent,’*
Sound public education on the Uq-
uor question is the most pressing,
ImmedMte need, Mrs. Smitti de
clared, outlining for church and tem
perance workers a dual program of
education and constructive actlbn.
•The educational program is of
vital need,” she said. •‘When Oie
truth about alcohol ia understood by
the citizens of this country, a public
sentiment will be created which will
make possible constructive action.”
She listed five program steps:
1. Sound, factu
al education in
"What Alcohol Is
and What It
al of the drii&er
and the effects of
3. Protest radio
and motion pic
ture emphasis qo
reducd the availabi
ticularly for youth, or to
and to aboli^ it> sale.
5. Participation in recognized tem^
terance organizations wiUch have i
efinite plan of work.
-w*^'s«i with C. .
;horti*-tif'ur:-* ii. br'*»dinir tfcp He- .
f-uoi* Ir *! r«y- tl^:«9rw
Ivar'. ty I }i*'Wing tw-.ter tkca.lliQ’
;hu.^fj»*H| an a«Te on bill lanil. ■ -
FISH & OYSTER
C. W. HOB^-
Groceries - MeiHi.
^I^ood Stan^is Castol
501 £. First
for FALL DAYS
must satisfy keen appetite
I CHUD’S FROCK'
sayg Dorothy Greig
Pretty enough to aerve at • party, yat ea^ enouQh ta male* Hit'
meala ia thia Jellied Ham and Chicken aaM.
rNSTlNCT, as Grannie was wont to oi>sarve» is *
L thing. Given a reasonably free reis it «an decide a Itl
things for us. Consider food, for instance. ; • • ]
Curias t&« hot weather, wa
I^^ero 422 Is cot ia ehildriit's
tisas 2, A 6,8 and 10. Sixe6,bo^
11^ skirt, requires 1% yards 36 inch
^rie and bodice, %. yard contrast;
ikfrt atone, 1% yards 3S Inch fabric.
,iS6^RLT Sizl. NAHB. JU»>
^^ItSSS AND STTLB NplWNL
itlBctively tom to salads thst
light and cooling, made of Jufcy
traits and vegetables.
But with the first sharp days ot
tall we just as inatinctively want
pur salads and other foods to hav«
more stayhig power.
That’s why you will like the salad
I am going to teU you about here.
BTade ot ham and chlckea It fai
realty satisfytag to appetites. It tft
cert^aly tun to pat togethar, too,
because turned' out on the platter
it tocka fine' and vpstandisg with
ita cucumber and olive slices a
top, and ita garnish of trim tomato
•lefiiad Ham and Chickan
f t«a«pQ0tt8 t«latln«
1 can eoedenaed consoiomA
a tsblMpoonjs lemon Jaloe
4 tableapooiui ereaa . .
stitffed oUvaa for
Sprinkle the galatine oa kite
watar, and let atand tor S aiiniMM.
Heat tha etmaewe*^ (jHt as ft
eoasamm4 ta rtec
until firm. Piaea
or aiicad stulaA MtMili
ioauBi to eonrar'tli^^
chill again. Ms ttf
aad ddekn ti^ r
soiaa4 Po«r aB hi
aai chill aatil to*.
salad w> ttmm'i
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