CAtOLINA TIMES —Saturday, Dec. 6, 1958
MR, AND MRS. LEROY JONES
Home Ceremony Scene Of Nuptials
For Miss Barbara Keith, Leroy Jones
Elnora Smith arranged a table
piece of Hemlock, Candles and
The hoiteu served retresh-
inents during the social hour.
Present were Mesdames
Webb, Mary Hardy, Essie Amey,
Josephine Hoskin, Helen Mc
Clain, Catherine Shaw, Bessie
Thompson, Notie Curry, Vic
toria Joyner, Mattie Canty, f*earl
Brown, Gertrude Farrington,
Lossie Foushee, Sadie AfcBane'j
Miss Arlene Mebane tind Mi'ss
As Christmas approaches, the
air is filled with carols but the'
streets are filled with aching
Small wonder, since it takes
ten miles of trudging before the
last name is crossed off the typi
cal Christmas list. Yet your feet
The following births were re
ported to the Durham County
Health Department during the
we«;k of November 24 thro,ugh
Alfred and Maggie Richmond,
; James and IVt^rVi^' Cipte^
' girl. ' ■
Wallace and Alease Johnson,
■ David and Lula Singletary,
IVilliam and Doris Perry, boy.
James and Mary Bullock,
Herbert and Mary McClain
McCoy and Hazel Parker
Walter and Pearl LileS, boy.
Edward and Barbara' Daniels,
^ ^ I Last rites for Frank Strud-
neednt ache If you take just 4Q5, X>ovd
Miss Barbara Jean Keith of
Durham t>ecame the bride of
Leroy Jones of Creedmoor in a
ceremony at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. F. Reed of Mason-
dale avenue last Saturday at
The Rev. Harold Roland, pas
tor of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church,
performed the ceremony.
The bride was given in mar
riage by her stepfather. Serving
as best man for the groom was
Paul Jones, Jr., brother to the
The new Mrs, Jones is a gra
duate of Hillside high school.
Mr. Jones is a product of G. C.
Hawley liigh of Creedmoor.
Both are employed at Duke hos-
The former Miss Keith is the pital
daughter of Mrs. Alene Hinson* Following the wedding cere-
of Durham. Her husband is the: mony, a reception was held for
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones the newlyw^s at the Reed
of Creedmoor. home.
Mr. Qscar t.awsoft, brother ofi Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Toole 6t 405
Mic. Mkry Newby',«nd Hebedtca
Gojodin, has returned tq Sche
nectady, New York after spead-
ing several weeks in Durham.
Ha reported a v^^. pleasant va
Mrs. viMir P^eiMe
Mrs. Katie ’t'. Ross naS re
tained home to Washington, D.
C.f after spending the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Qatar Tapp, 1033 Cornell St.
Model Mottaeri £lub '
^e Mode^ l^tl^s^lub met
• IWk V wwavwo oiavwi TV03 must llcai LliJ .»
Mrs. Sue BunBck Friday.| n,,..ho,v, insiep
idvember 21. Mrs. Lena Rich-
|u4son presided. The devotion
was conducted by 'Mrs. Betty
Mrs. Bullock had as her
guests: Mesdames IfCna Jttichard-
sos, Nellie Toole, Anna Thorn-
to4, Minnie Gilmer, Reba Spaul-
dilig, Mrs. Holmes, Betty Hern
don, Francis Schooler, -Mattie
Laikin, Minnie Forte, S. F. Pom-
^rs. Forte discussed “What
Young People Think,” She used
thi fiiulings of the Gilbert
ymth Research Company as her
point of departure. A discussion
Qn the basis of the findings
ol>servations, tiie mothers
agreed that parents must give
careful attention to their child-
rep’s companions and place
greater emphasis on th^ religi-
piw activities of the family’s
Highs Visits Tooles
Dr. and Mrs. E. N. High and
children of Nashville, Tennessee
spent the Thanksgiving Holi-
dj(ys with Mrs. High's parents.
Dorcas Club Worships
For a number of years the
Daughters of Dorcas Club has
i»ad. a worship service rheeting.
On Sunday, November.Jj|, ai.St.:
Marks AMEZ Church. large
number worshipped with the
fine cooperative group. Rev.
Speaks’ sermon was very in
spiring. Dorcas members were
greatly benefited and congratu
lates St. Mark..
, Miss Constance S. Yoong, a
Odrcas sister was^most heartily
few minutes to choose the proper
footwear for the days of pave.-_
ment pounding ahead.
Foot specialists tell their
patients , that mediiim-heeled
leather walking shoes, have the
resiliency and' support to keep
you going till the pre-holiday
chores are dbne.
Worn shoes >that gap: and
spread at the instep as you work
your way frohi toy to perfume
counter can bring on mid-day
fatigue hours before you’ve run
through your Christmas Club
Make your first purchase a
well-fitting pair of shoes for
yourself, and you'll be the mer
riest Christmas shppper ever.
Make sure they have leather
soles as well as uppers to assure
maximum support and comfort.
This years’s fashional;>l^ lower
■'little heels” make it fejisy ^ to
choose a leather shoe that will
complement your costume and
pamper your feet. A one and
one-half inch heel height is
recommended for style and com
fort. Once you select the last and
size^ spend ^a few extra moments
['walking aAiiritl the store.
street in Durham, were sche
duled to be held We’dnesday,
pec. 3 at Scarborough’s funeral
chapel at two O’clock p.m.
Strudwick died at his' Dowd
street residence unexp^tedly on
Monday iporning, Deci 1.
Funeral rites for his daughter,
Mrs. E. S. McNeill, were held
His survivors include one son,
George Strudwick, ^nd two
brothers, all of Durham.
Interment was at Beechwood
cemetery. Arrangements were
conducted by ScarboipuA; and
t.' l,*B6x 14,
Marble, 77, of Rt
Timberlake, were held Sunday,
Nov. 30 at the Shady Ijmi Bap
tist Church at 2 p.m.
■ Marble died Wednesday, Nov,
The Rev. H. Albert Smith,
?hady Hill pastor, ppd Rev
Wilkerson officiated at the
ihyrch service. Interment took
place at Butchwood ceinetery.
Marble is survived by his
Wife, two daughters; Mrs. WilUe
“^app o^ PersQi^,Coun^;.and Mrs,
ager, Richardson of New York,,
To prevent that pinched feel
ing as the day wears on, check* and Alexander
to see that there is plenty ofjtp, Califirnia.
room for your toes. Choose a| " Burthey handled the arrange-
flattering style in spectator or [ ments.
opera pump, or even one of the]
i new low-cut ^ties, but again be|
certain there is. anl^le room at|
an absence for over four months
with friends in Mass., and New
Ruse Garden Club
The Lyon Park Rose Garden
Club held ameeting with Mrs.
Lossie Foushee Monday evening,
The "Garden Gate” was
opened by Mrs. M. W. Webb,
followed by a memorial to Mrs.
Louise Thorpe, former member| heels,
who died in July.
During the business discus
sion, a Chrjstmas party was ar
ranged to be held at the YWCA
Mrs. Victoria Joyner st£^ed a
workshop during which" Mrs.
tWo sotii: Ozias of Person Coufi-
Ben Pitt, long time Durham
resident, was funeralized at Car
ter’s Funeral home in Atlantic
City, N. J., on Wednesday, Nov.
26, it was reported this week.
Pitt died on Nov. 23 In At
lantic city where he lived with
his daughter, Mrs. Violet Jadk-
son, for inore thfin ^ year.
He had just r.^umed to hi*
daughter's home after,' a brleC
visit to Durham.
Death was attributed to com^
plications as the result ' of ytf'.
“stroke” which-he suffered be
fore leaving Dvrham'to live With
his daughter. ' '
Pitt was >v)dely knowrh in
Durham ai the operator ol two
business establishinents on Fayr
etteville street. He opei'Ated a>
successful cafe business several
years ago, and, prior to leaving
the city, he ran a small delica-
In addition to his daughter,
Mrs. Jackson, he is survived by
one son in Philadelphia.
Here's a fashion and pafety
note for those last minute shop
pers. Closed toe ' models will
give maximum warmth and com
fort during the cold and blustery
days that often precede ;the holi
day session. And you’ll be
doubly thankful for the protec
tion of a leather toe and vamp
if you should tangle in a tightly
packed aisle with a gal who is
wearing Igthal needle-thin spike
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To Be Heard
" CHAPEL HILL
The famous. Shaw University
Choryl Society of Aaleight N. C.
^omp'osed of 85 Voices under
the direction of the national re-
Aowned Harry Gil Smythe will
l^e featured In a special concert
at the First Baptist' Church on
N. Roberson and Rosemary Sts.,
Sunday. December 7, 1958 at
8:00 PJa. ■
Th« program is under the
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U. S. Agriculture
Dept. Seeks To
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The U.S. Department of Agri
culture today announced an
offer to buy canned grapefruit
sections, packed from the 1958-
59 crop, for use in the National
School Lunch Program.
Purchases will be made with
funds appropriated under the
National School Lunch Act and
will depend upon quantities and
Details and specifications of
the offer to purchase are now
being mailed to grapefruit can-
Offers to sell canned grape
fruit sections must be received
by the Director, Fruit and Vege
table Division, Agricultliral
Marketing Service, U.S. Depart
ment of Agriculture, Washing
ton 25, D. C., by 9 a.m. (EST)
Dec. 9, for acceptance not later
than £)ec. 12.
USDA will require deliveries
between Dec. 29, 1938, and Feb.
sponsorship of the music .com
mittee of the First Baptist
Church, whose chairman is Mr.
W. L. Lampley, the pastor. The
Rev. J. R. Aianley emphasized
that the public is cordially in
vited and urged to attend this
Durhamites who were among
the guests at the annual Debu
tante's Ball in Raleigh, spon
sored by that city’s Alpha Kappa
Alpha sorority chapter,, are|
pictured here. Seated in front|
aie Jacqueline Thornton andj
Marjorie Lennon. Standing,'
from left to right, are Frances
Pettiford, Velda White, Deryl
Hinton, John Hubbard, Clifton
Williams, Albert Huey, James
Barnes, Jesse Parker, James
Hairis and Catherine Burtaette.
Annual Christmas Decoration
Contest Rules Are Announced
The annual Outdoor Christ
mas Decoration contest, spon-'
sored by the , Durham Business
and Professional Chain, was
announced ^his Vireek.
The contest is open to all resi
dents of the city.
According to contest spokes
men, the only requirement fori
entering is to return the blank'
below filled in by Saturday,
Decorations must be displayed
outdoors and may be constructed
around any therne.
Each display entered in the
the contest will be assessed by a
panel of judges.
Top prizes will be awarded in
four categories in the contest.
Durham Business And Professional
Chain Outdoor Clirislnias
Decoration Contest i
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Saint Joseph’s A. M. E. Church
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
Melvin Chester Swann, the Minister
Mrs. G. a. Winslow, Minister or Music
Sunda]^^ J)ecember 7, 1958
9:30 A. M. Sl/NDAY SCHOOL
“Jesus’ fiower In Human Life"
W. A. Marsh. Jr., Supt.
11:00 A. M*., MORNING WORSHIP
... The Minister
The Senior Choir
MrS'VMlnnlg T. Gilmer at the Coniole
7:00 P. M. EVENING WORSHIP
SERl^N The Minister
MUSKI\.\s The Gospel Choir
Mn. Atirk Barnet at the Coniole
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WHITE ROCK SQUARE
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
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Sunday, December 7, 1^58
:45 A. M. CALL lfO WORSHIP . Electronics
:30 A. M. SUNDAV SCHOOL LESSON
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Prof. J. M. Schooler, Supt.
11:00 A. M. MORNING WORSHIP
“Honor Your Rulers"
Senior Choir. John H. Gattis. Director
Male Chorus, Wni. McK. Allen, Director
6:30 P. M. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Ira Muchiaon, Director
7:30 P. M. SERMON Hudie Roberson
Goapel Chorus. Min Leana E. Roberion, Directren
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