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MISS OAK GROVE—Mifs Hilda
Mirie Smith ii bciina crowntd
"Mi(s Oak Grove" by Mrs. 5. D.
C*t*» «t a conr«*t held recel^ty
at the Oalc Grov* Free Will B»p-
tli!' Church. MlM ' Mavis B^st
and Miss Giac^ys McDonald won
sacor d and ird place. 1 ho c.
last was sponsored b/ the Jr
Lexguettes Club under th>.> su
parvision of Miss Marie Hudson
By CAROLYN McGHEE
bood character is that which
makes one dependable whether
being watched or not, which
makes one truthful wtfen it is to
one's advantage to be a little less
than truthful, which makes one
‘ courageous when faced with great
obstacles, which endows one with
the firmness of wise self-discip
Arthur S. Adahis
• What cha know good. Boy
we have at last reached *the clirtlax
of our examinations and are we
glad. But although that little prob
lem is over, we have many, many
more, because so many new things
have happened to take up our
tinte. So. T guess we had better
get aboard .the Chatterbox Cruiser
and sail along to haps.
INAUGURATION SEEN IN'
• Friday, January 20, 1961,
thanks to Mrs. Curtis and Mr. Gat-
tis; we, the students and teacher.^
• of Hillside, were allowed to watch
the lnau(?uratien Parade on the
school le'evisions during the 3rd,
4th and 5th period classes in the
school auditorium. Many students
gave up their lunch period to
watch this pararie. Those are the
things that help our minds grow
stronger ,in the everyday thiuKs
and the students showed their ap
preciation to those in charge.
A B C D ANP F
• That’s exactly how it was.
You see, those were the results
of those tough exams. Finally px-
an'i’nations have ended and Ve
start a new life. Our schedules
were: Hillside, January 17, ISiind
19th; Whitted the same date;
Merrick-Moore and Durham High,
18, 19 and 20th. Well kids, be
cause you failed sontething the
first semester does noli mean you
must fail the second. Work.
A NOTE OF T«ANKS
• A friend indeed is a friend
when in n?ed. I wish to thank all
ol you that were so nice to me
while 1 was in the hospital and
shut-in at home. To be ill is a
misfortune, but you feel Wetter to
know that there is somedne who
loves you and thinks of you when
you are ill. would just like to
thank you for the many cards,
floral designs and many visits you
madb in my behalf. Your kind-
n e 8 s will never be forgotten.'
Mrs. Rachel Taborn
Upon my illness, many of you
were at my bi^risiri'', a’l'i remem
bered me with cards and olher
contributions. I would just like
to say, thank you!
Mrs. Beatrice Lassiter
WE DO NOT ATTEND
0 The Durham Chapter of the
i * TAACP Junior members started
*ici» picket lines downtown in
•ont of the Carolina and Center
heaters. We w^uld like to ack
3ur complete cooperation. We ai'e
illing to work, but we need you
e “must” have your cooperation
ica.se help us by doing as we
I. We Do Not Attend Segregated
HORNETS MEET RIVALS
• Congratulations to Coach
Easterling and his boys in their
victory over their arch rivals o'
J^igon High School of Raleigh
The Mighty Hornets won by
score of 60-57. Congratulations
boys and keep it up.
TO OUR PRESIDENT
• What is a friend? A frienc'
is one that will stick by you re
gardless to what happens. A friend
is, one who “loves,“forgives”
and forgets. A friend is one who
will stand by you when other.'
fail you. ,
There are ti mes when men mis
treat you and things go wrong
but just have faith and believ'
that you haV^ a friend that yov
can turn to and that will be b>
vQur side, and everything will b(
alriuht, because someone reall'
• Well •’an": I “uess it’s abou
time to make it off the scene an
(?et to work on oiir second semes
fer grades. So ?lar1 to have yot
aboard, and rt'm'mb''r: Ho tha
ran ^tast(» pride, can demand; b\i*
only he that can swallow it, car
Concert in Raleigh
FAYETTEVILLE — The forty
five voice choir and the lyien’;'
Ensemble directed by Mary T
Eldridge, Chairman of the area
of Music and Fine Arts M the
Faye:?rville State Teachers Col
lege, appeared in the first of a
series of conccrts at the St. Paul
AME Church in Raleigh, N. C., or
Sunday evening, January 22.
The program opetad with the
presentation of two Latin num
bers—‘‘O Jesu Christie” and “Eul-
tate Deo.” and proceeded to “0
Rejoice Ye Christian Loudly” and
The Men’s Ensemble Rave three
numbers including William’s “Let
There Be Music,” and the trio
gave thi—3 pieces. Soloist for the
■I'icasion was soprano Jerusha Mc
Coy who was heal'd in “How Beau
tiful UDon the Mountain” and “Oh
What A Beau'iful C’ty.”
Lois MrEachern was at the
piano. Calvin Gay, a sophomore
from Mac^'lpsfield, N. C., is presi
dent of the coll'cge choir.
By MISS SANDRA ALSTON
Senior Usher Board
The Senior Usher Board of the
)range Grove Baptist had its re-
ular mo;^ hly meeting at the
ome of Miss ByHara Langley,
m^iay. January Jt, at 3:00 P. M
After the meeung, thi hostess
rved refrpshmb-.ti. The next
leeting w.'ll be at -he home of
!rs. Helen Alston
The Lamp Lighters Club of the
'WCA will have a ♦'>« at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hubbard,
iunday, January 29, at 3:00 P. M.
'he guest will be Mrs. Van Som-
jeek who will show film strips.
Note of Gratitude
The family Of Riev. J. T. Mc-
'hatter would like to thank every-
ne for their cards and floral de
igns and other kindnesk shown
1 their time of bereavement.
!iank you again.
Vou are welcome to attend the
ulir worship service MCh Sun-
y. Please con\e- and, our
* "ivcn h
1 Rap i.st —r ’’ • ‘
The sick and shut-ins are; Mrs,
’’elicia Revels, Mrs., Haitie Lee,'
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NAACP OPFICIRS — Pictured
h«re are neW otfioers of the
Dvrham branch of, the NAACP
thortly Bf;*r they were Inst.alled
Ih ceremonlet at the White
Reck Baptist Church Simlay
afternoon. Seated, lefft to right,
art Mis* Juanita Crew, youth
advisor and member of the pub-
licry cdmirtittee; Mis* Claudia
Princ}, assistant secretary; the
Rev. W. H. Fuller, president;
and Miss Rebecce Trapp Banks,
member of the regitter and vote
conimitl.3'8. Standing in the eame
order ar# Attorney F. B. Me-
KUfick, (Mend vice presiden!-
and youth advisor; Thomas
Bailey, Jr., treasurer; Atty. Wm.
G. Pearson, II, member of the
Howslil3 Committee; attorney
William A. Marsh, Jr., second
vice preident and member of Ihe
legal radress committee; tho the installation addrew and A»>
Rtv. J. A. Brown, pas or of [ lomey L. C. Berry, Jr., lacaitrf
Ebenezer Baptist, who delivered I vice president.
JAMES F. MORRIS, SR.
James F. Morris
Funeral services for ,tames F.
Morris, Sr., were held In' Cotton,
Massachusetts Friday, ^nuUy '.ll
He ditid in a local hbfpital afifer
1 brief illness. .
He was born, ih Norfolk, Va.,
:nd was the son of Mt. siid Afts.
lames T. Morris of Durhattt.'
Mr. Morris received Ws Mbodd-
ry e.lucation at Hillside High
school and he also attended North
Carolina College, both Ih' Durham.
He lived ,in Boston 18 years
md became a member of Ebene-
cr Baptist Church in 1943.
His eulogy, was delivered by the
f^everend William G. Ravenell,
oaslor of the Ebenezer Baptist
■Ilhurch, and the entombment fol-
•oworl in the Mount Hope Ceme-
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
rienevieve Morris, of Boston, one
:on, James Frederick, Jr., one
laughter, Velma Jean, of Boston;
ne sister, Mrs. Virginia Wash-
lington of Baltimore and his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mor
ris of Durham.
New Direc*tor^ Named
For UNCF Region 2
NEW YORK — James C. Tate
■vas nampd director of the Uniter’
Ve'jro College Fund’s Region 2, I'
was announced here today by/W. J.
I^ent Jr., UNCF executive direct
or. UNCF’s Region 2 includes
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, D. C., Wilmington, Del., and
the state of New Jejrsey.’
A native of Washington, D.-C.,
Mr. Tate was graduated from the
University of ''Mrginia. During
World War IT served as a
malor of the II. S. Alt Force in
the China, Burma, India theatre.
ASSIGNED TO WALTER REED
—Army Specialist. Earle H. Cole,
son of Mrs. Carrie Cole, of 1014
Thaxton avenue, was recently at*
signed to the Walter Rfed Gen
eral hospital in Washington, D.
C. A. Medical specieHst, Cole en-
‘:red the Army in 1950. He is
a graduate of Hillside high
(chool. Hi* wife, the formr^ Mi«>
Martha Mi'chell, of Hendert4n,.,it
also aisigned te thit hoMiital.
The Gofflthiiinity Choir, Dr. D. C.
Roan6 director, presented an in
spirational mutical concert last
Sunday at the Ebenezer Baptist
Chur«!)). The affair was sponsored
jby the J. ilay Butler Club.
Members of Omicron Alpha
phapte't of the Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity attending the Sixth Dis
trict Council Meeting held at the
Henderson Inst, in Henderson
were: E. J. Swain, delegate, J. J.
Glllis, Jr., Reginald Telfair, W. J.
Wheeler, and W. L. Sha^, Jr. Zeta
Alpha Chapter was the host.
The Williston Tigers basketball
team mon its 8th conference game,
/ridat night, when it downed At-
Vins High of Kinston at the Willis-
ipn High School Gymnasium. The
local team has lost only one game
Jo date. » - —
' Mrs. Wendell N. Telfair, of
Dhestnut Street, suffered a sprain-
id ankle last Sunday bus is re
covering nicely at her home.
, The Ministers Wives Alliance
Wilmington and vicinity met
anuary 5 at the home of Mrs.
Ruth Sinclair. The President, Mrs
Marian Butler, presided.
With all old year business dis
posed of, and the prospects of a
progressive. New Year, the club
welcomed a new member, Mrs. A.
M. D. Phillips. Election of officers
followed. Those elected were; Mrs.
Marion Butler, President; Mrs. W.
E. Green, Vice President; Mrs.
Julia K. McCormick, Secretary;
Mrs. Leva M. Saunders, Assistant
Secretary; Mrs. Frances Hall, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. Elia
Price, treasurer and Spiritual Ad
visor; Mrs. A. M. D. Phillips,
Chaplain, Assistant Chaplain, Mrs
Ruby House; Pianist, Mrs. Ruth
Sinclair; Assistant Pianist, Mrs.
Edna Pearce; Parliamentairian,
Mrs. Elsie V. Walker, Public Re
lations, Mrs. Hattie C. Miller; and
Reporter, Mrs. Eleanoe Q. Grady.
Mrs. H. C. Miller is hostess for the
Febuary meeting. Delicious re
freshments were served.
Dr. A. "s. Blake, pastor of Si
Luke’s A. M. E. Zion Church,
leaves Monday for Miami, Fla.,
where he will sail on the S. S.
Florida for Nassau to attend the
Bahama Islands Conference, pre
sided over by Bishop H. B. Shaw
of the Third District. Rev. Earl
Cheek will conduct services in
the absence of the Pastor.
Getting along with others; the
Value of team work; the inspira
tion of directors: and the “Y” as
a place wh^re good habits are
formed, were some of the lauda
ble opinions of the YWCA as an
organization, written by Miss Mat
tie B. Wilson and which won first
prize in an Essay Contest conduct
ed recently by the Phyllis Wheat-
Miss Wilson, daughter of Mrs.
M. B. Wilson of South 16th., is an
.U'.l. grade student at Williston
Senicr High School and a member
Mrs. ANN L. WRIGHT
of the Y-Teens.
Members of the Wilmington
Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorotity observed their an
nual Founders Day Celebration
with a closed program Friday,
January 13, at the home of Soror
A short program reviewing the
history of the Sorority and events
leading up to the founding of the
local chapter followed. Founders
of the local 'chapter, together with
Charter Members, were honored
briefly and presented with cors-
Soror M. G. Green was the only
founder able to attend and Ag^s-
la Cooper and Sadie B. Nixon
were the only Charter members.
Soror Cooper' is President of the
Wilmington Chapter, Refresh-
Bloodworth St. Y
YMCA Week Jan. 27
, RM^lQI^The ^ Jloodworth St.
bTO A* ‘ii ' oiiefviiig .‘National
YMCA Week” January 22-29. A
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