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THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, JUNE It, 1954
Here are a few icenesjfrom
the Old North State Medical
Society’s tixty-seventh annual
convention held in Win*ton-Sa-
lem recently.
(Upper left) Dr. J. A. Tins
ley, right, Weldon; accepts the
plaque as "Man of the Year”
from Dr. W. A. Cleland, Dur
ham, retiring president, as Dr.
E. E. Blackman, looks on from
center. (Top center) These offi
cers will guide the organization
during the coming year. Dr. J.
S. Simmons, seated, is president.
From left to right standing are.
Dr. F. E. Davis, Greensboro,
secretary-treasurer; Dr. J. M.
Wyche, Charlotte, president
elect; Dr. M. D. Quigless, Tar-
boro, recording secretary and
Dr. W. A. Cleland, Durham, re
tiring president.
Top right, among the princi
pals participating in the
pharmaceutical section were W.
E. Armstrong, Rocky Mount,
chairman of the group; R. S.
Hairston. Winston-Salem and
Chauncey I. Cooper, dean, How
ard University School of Phar
macy.
Bottom left, More than one
hundred physicians and phar-^
macists were on hand for one
of the largest registrations ex
perienced in the long history of
the Society.
Bottom center, the reception
held at the residence of Dr. and
I Mrs. H. Rembert Malloy was
an outstanding social event.
Mrs. William Bruce, Jr., and
Mrs. Malloy, both of Winston-
Salem serve Dr. W. M. Hamp
ton, Greensboro’s city council
man.
Bottom right, Mrs. M. B.
Davis, left. High Point, retiring
president of the Society’s wo
man’s auxiliary, chats with Mrs.
E. L. Rann, Charlotte, and Mrs.
J. M. Walker, Winston-Salem,
at the reception.
The Confessions Of A Ham Singer
BT CHAKLES JACOB HABKIS
(Continued from laft we^)
The time had come to leave
this beautiful city which had
held me as one in a trance. The
exquisite shrubbery, its healing
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taineous grandeur had kept me
enthralled for many months. I
shall never forget it-she gave
me the thrill of a lifetime. To
sing a few times like I desired
was worth the time, the money,
the effort. The friends made,
and the wholesome times com
pensate for this trip to the
Rockies. .
The trip was worth it, if
only to meet and know little
Marie Bryant. She is an unself- [
ish soul, loved by all. Marie is |
a tireless worker in both club
and church work. She has a
good soprano voice and I shared
with her my knowledge of vo-
calism. At the end of October,
1926, I began my homeward
trek.
I did a recital in Pueblo. Un^
wisely, I left my energy in the
home of the accompanist for the
evening by singing too much
during the rehearsal. 1 presume
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I got by, ,however, in making
most of the vocal numbers and
songs of humor. Had a good
time with the audience in all of
these selections. They gave me
quite an applause for my piano
renditions.
My next recital of piano and
vocal music was at a church of
eighteen hundred members in
Oklahoma City. Don’t get the
idea I had a large audience
there. There was one represen
tative from each hundred-only
eighteen persons were present.
I made up my mind to do just as
good a job as if all the mem
bers were there.
Mrs. Groce, a leading musi
cian and business woman of the
city, played accompaniments
for me. I was rested sufficiently
to give a better account of my
self than on some previous en
gagements. My tones came easi
ly and freely. This meai;it a tip
top performance. Perhaps you
ar« saying, “What conceit!"
This is not conceit, but was an
occasion for general rejoicing,
when hey came so few and far
between.
Next, I slipped over to Boley,
a Negro town, and did a recital
in thei# high school auditorium
The Boleyites came into nation
al notice since my visit there.
Here, Negro officials of their
only bank defied “Pretty Boy”
Floyd and hia gang when they
attempted a hold-up. Two of
Floyd’s men and the bank presi
dent, Mr. McCormick, were
killed. Then, Boiey is the home
of the former Marva Louis, one
time wife of the celebrated
heavyweight boxing champ.
I went back to Oklahoma
City and did another recital.
This time I got a better; that Is,
a larger house than at my first
appearanae there. Sadie Davis,
a very cultured young woman
from my native Augusta, played
my accompaniments. We got
along alright except in one song
in which she played “B" natural
against my “B” flat. This clash
almost unbalanced me, but
tried hard to keep a straight
face. The next day, I left this
state where “black gold” ran
through some of the streets.,
I got into Little Rock, Ark,,
somewhat fatigued, but got my
self together after a few hours
of rest. Mrs. Bass, an accom
plished musician, had a rehear
sal'so that I could take it easy,
i ran over to Philander Smith
College to see my friend Willis
Macklin. I was his accompanist
in a series of rwitals just two
summers previoiisly.
I had met Macklin atxiut .six
years before in Mississippi
where the mosquitoes survive
the winter. Willis had a good
voice; hence, we ' found each
other’s company mutually plea
sant. Some of the physical ef
fects of Colorado had -begun to
leave me, yet I faltered not, but
spent t^ore and more time in
the great conditioner; the bed.
We had an elegant audience.
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They made me feel good by say
ing they had a worthwhile even
ing. What I lacked in vocalism,
I made up in pianism. I gave
recitals in Pirie Bluff and Min
ton before leaving the state.
Dr. Glass whom I had known
for years, was then working
In Arkansas. He warned me
against putting a local soprano
on my program. He said she had
a towering vioce and would
show me up. I felt like asking
him if she could sing up and
down cataracts. If not, I would
have np fear.
(to be continued)
YanceyvilleClub
Holds Revue
YANCEYVILLE
The Annual County^ 4-H
Dress Revue was held recently
in the Neil Alexander Bailey
Agricultural Building. Winners
were Marian liee, of the Horton
High School senior 4-H club
modeling an evening dress, and
Margaret Alston of the Chat
ham County Training School
Senior club who modeled a
sports outfit.
Runners-up were- Virginia
Chavis of the Goldston Junior
Club; Barbara Ann Palmer of
Goldston Junior Club No. 2,
and Shirley Paige of Chatham
Coimty Training School Senior
Club.
The runners-up will tour the
state capitol June 19. Neighbor
hood Leaders who assisted with
the revue Were Mrs. Elnora
Paige of Siler City and Mrs.
Margie Chavis of Taylors’ Cha
pel. Mrs. T. H. Ruffin of Mon-
cure served as judge.
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1955, or this not^e will pleaded
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1954. May 22,29.
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