SERVICES HELD IN DURHAM^ -IN MEMORIA Bp >&*'' 1 ... B ■ B I S v ■ Ji FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. DOROTHY S. INGRAM Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 8 at 2:00 P.M. for Mrs. Dorothy Scott Ingram at Mount Olive A.M.E. Zion Church. Mrs. Dorothy Scott Ingram, the daughter of the late Ver non and Mirtie Long Scott, was born in Apex, North Carolina on March 31, 1922. She departed this life Septem ber 4, 1970. She attended the City Schools off Durham, North Carolina. She was united in holy matrimony to Mr. James Ingram on May 9, 1946. She joined the Union Bap tist Church at an early age. After her marriage to Mr. In gram she joined the Mount Olive A. M.E. Zion Church. She is survived by her hus band, Mr. James Ingram; three sisters, Mrs. Dora S. Millar, Durham, North Carolina, Mrs. Alma S. Harris, Durham, North Carolina, Mrs. Minnie S. Walker, Bronx, New York; one niece Mrs. Joyce Belton, Dur ham, North Carolina, one Great nephew, and two Great nieces. Lee and Davis "Peace Day" Speakers at 'Y Mayor Howard Lee and Reverend Grady Davis will be guest speakers at a Symposi um: "Avenues to World Peace" Sunday, Sept. 20 at 4:30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A., corner of Trinity and N. Duke Streets. The Symposium is being spon sored by the Baha'is of Dur ham in observance of World Peace Day, Sept. 20. The Baha'i speaker will be Mrs. Tereh Cowart Smith, an inter national Baha'i lecturer from Greensboro. The public is encouraged to attend; no collections will be taken. Followers of the Baha'i Faith (pronounced "Bah high' ") believe that world peace will be achieved when mankind unites in such a way that he regards the whole world as one country, and all men as members of one fami ly. Political unity, Baha'is be (Conlinucd on page 10A) WATTS STREET BAPTIST CHURCH DAY CARE CENTER Providing full day care with half day nursery kin dergarten teaching program. for children ages 3-5 STARTING SEPT. 8 ir Qualified pre-school teachers & aids ir Stote licensed & federally approved + Fully equipped facilities. PHONE 286-2317 Loretta H. Allen, Director Formerly Day Cart Consultant, North Carolina Department of Social Service. West Durham To Observe Women's Day The West Durham Baptist Church will observe its annual Woman's Day Sunday, Sep tember 20, at the 11:00 serv ice. The speaker for the occa sion will be Mrs. Wilma C. Bryant from Roxboro. Mrs. Bryant is an English teacher in the public school system of Roxboro, and is a devoted church member. For several years she has been pre sident of the East Cedar Grove Womens Convention, Editor of the East Cedar Grove News letter and recording secretary for the General Baptist State Convention. She holds the B. S Degree from A&T University ftad the M. A. Degree from N.C.C.U. Mrs. Laura Robinson will preside; other participants are Mrs. Elaine Amey and Mrs. Mary McClary. Committee members are: Mesdaines Helen Jones, Chairman; Co-Chair man; Laura Robinson, Judy Evans, Zola McMillian, Clara Bowling, Mary McClary, Van Hook, Elaine Amey, Eleanor Brown. H JOSEPH LINWOOD HARRIS, JR. FUNERALIZED Joseph Linwood Harris, Jr. was funeralized Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 2:00 p.m. at First Cal vary Baptist Church with Rev. A. L. Thompson, minister, of ficiating. Joseph linwood Harris, Jr., son of Mrs. Meiinda Daye Har ris and the late Joseph L. Har ris, was born in Durham, North Carolina April 8, 1941. He departed this life Septem ber 2, 1970. He attended Durham City Schools and was a member of First Calvary Baptist Church up until two years ago he made his home with his paternal aunts, Clara and Margaret Harris. Survivors include: six sis ters, three brothers, six aunts; two uncles, and a host of rela tives and friends. The family will miss him deeply To change the water in a f' howl without disturb ing flow pi* nrranccments, use your bulb meat bastcr. !r f LAST RITES HELD THURSDAY FOR RAYMOND ANDERSON Last rites were held Thurs day, Sept. 10 for Raymond Anderson at Russell Memorial C.M.E. Church with the Rev. L. H. Whelchel, Pastor, offic tatings mmm Raymond Anderson, the son of Mrs. Lodister Hazel, was born in Burlington, North Carolina. He departed this life September 7. 1970. He attended the Burlington and Durham City Schools. He joined Russell Memorial C.M.E. Church in 1952. He was affiliated with several organizations of the church during his life span. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards Ander son; four daughters, Mrs. Joyce Williams of Missouri, Mrs. Marina Sanders of New York, Mrs. Janet Wiggins and Miss Martha Anderson of Durham, North Carolina; one son, Mr. Raymond Edward Anderson; his mother, Mrs. Lodister Hazel; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Allen of Balti more Maryland; one aunt, Mrs. Daisy Peterson; two uncles, Mr. Robert Hazel and Mr. Samuel Hazel; fourteen grandchildren; two nephews and two nieces, and a host of relatives and friends. fMi , \ •- |f| Y I It I REV. CHEEK ANO FAMILY CARDS Oi INGRAM The family of the late Mrs. Dorothy Scott Ingram, wishes to thank each one for the many acts and expressions of kindness shown during this time of our bereavement of our beloved wife, sister, and aunt. The Ingram, Scott and Belton family. *** ANDERSON We wish to thank all of our friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness, messages of love and understanding, many cards, telegrams, food, cars for transportation and beautiful floral offerings re our loss of our love. Mr. Ray mond Anderson who passed NEW BETHEL OBSERVES 91st YEAR SEPT. 18th The New Bethel Baptist Church will celebrate its 91st year from September 18th thru 20th. This year has been designated by the church as pre-Centennial. The first pastor of the church was the Rev. C. D. Hackney, who served the church faithfully for 25 years. Since then, the church has had six ministers. The sixth pastor (Continued on page 10A) Surprise Party Given Pastor By Members It is not unusual to have birthdays, but it is unusual to have two such nice surprise birthday parties. Such was the case with Rev. J. C. Cheek and his family pictured above. "The first of Rev. Cheeks sur prises came on Saturday Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bran don, 2914 Cedarwood Drive. Mrs. Brandon very graciously served a delicious repast of steak, tossed salad, garlic bread, ice cream and cake. En joying this affair were Rev. and Mrs. Thomas, Mother Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Garrison and family of Graham. Immediately following Sun day morning worship services he was again surprised with a buffet dinner in the fellow ship hall. Mesdames Mable Caldwell and Francis Vinson jointly chaired this dinner with the entire church family parti cipating. Seated at the table with Rev. and Mrs. Cheek this time were Mesdames Agnes Mary Mebane, aunts of Gra ham, along with mesdames Agnes Lea and J. Riley, friends of the family. At the night service on Sun day, Rev. Cheek thanked the congregation for all the gifts and surprises tendered him. FTHANKS September 7, 1970, in a local Hospital. Special thanks to the pastor, Rev. L. H. Whelchel and members of Russell Memorial C. M. E. Church, co-workers of Leggett and Myers Tobacco Company and many others who came by. He saw in the sunset an even ing star, a clear call for me. He wish not for us to moan, when he put out to sea. May God bless all of you for sharing with us in our loss. The Anderson and Hazel family *** HARRIS The family of the late Mr. Joseph Lindwood Harris Jr. wishes to thank all of our many friends and neighbors ~~ r "* ' ■/# iiw** Jflj fl JH| Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Holds First Convention in Citv The Oak Grove United American Free Will Baptist Church, Incorporated held its first convention here in the city of Durham at the Oak Grove F. W. B. Church. The Reverend L. D. Harris was host pastor for the occasion. The preorganizational officers were - Rev. C. R. Lofton, Vice- President Goldsboro; Rev. Ethel J. Sims, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Bertha fcivans, Eta Phi Beta Sorority Holds First Annual Vesper Service The Eta Phi Beta Sorority, chartered in May, 4970 will hold its first annual Vesper Service, Sunday, Sept. 20 at St. Mark Church at 6 p.m. The main interest of thie Busi ness and Professional Sorority is working with Mental Retard ed Children. The guest speaker will be Soror Millie Dunn Veasey, As sociate Eastern Region Direc- tor. She recently received the Distinguished Service Award in the field of Human Relations. Mrs. Veasey is a native of Raleigh and holds the B. A. degree from St. Augustine Col- for the many acts of kindness, messages of love and sympathy many cards, letters, telegrams and beautiful floral offerings received during our bereave ment in our loss of our dear one. Special thanks to the pas tor Rev. A. L. Thompson, members of First Calvary, co workers and each individual (Continued on page 10A) that has been ours for many years is one built up through consistent I • respect for the wishes of those we serve, unfailing dependability in time of need, and sincere compassion. ■SCARBOROUGH & HARGETT, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phones 682-1171 or 682-1172 I 919 Fayetteville St. Durham, N.O. I SERVICE -^~24 SATURDAY, SEPT. I®, 1970 TH* CABOUHA OAK GROVE PASTOR AND CONGREGATION Finance Secretary; Mrs. S. D. Cates, Treasures; Rev. Henry King, Chm. Trustee Board; Rev. A. C. Gattis Chm. Examination Board; Rev. W. J. Best, Chm. Evangelist board, Greenville; and Mr. Wm. A. Reeves Chm. Program Com mittee. Citizens night program in cluded prominent men of this city. The address "Follow Up of Black History" was de- lege and M. S. in Business Administration from North Carolina Central University. Presently she is the Financial Information and Placement Coordinator-Educational Tal ent Search, a federal project co-sponsored by St. Augustine College and North Carolina State University. The public is invited. MRS. MILLIE VEASEY livered by Osofo L. H. Mc- Donald Pastor of the North side Baptist Church. Rev. 0. L. Williams Presi dent of the General Confe rence of the United Ameri can Free Will Baptist Church of Lakeland, Florida was re presented by the Rev. L. H. Burns, Sumter, S. C. Rev. Burns brought forth an inspir ing message. The workshop and panel discussions illuminated the convention motto "Building Strength for the Task Ahead" and the Theme "Reaching the 1866 1 9 7 0 White Rock Baptist Church Worshipping at B. N. Duke Auditorium North Carolina Central University L-orenzo A. Lynch, Minister Sunday, September 20, 1970 9:30 A.M Church School 10:53 A.M. WORSHIP "On Adam and Fig Leaves" (Genesis Senior Choir Leading The Singing, J. H. Gattis, Director 6:00 P.M. Worship With Panel of College Students And Faculty Gospel Choir Leading The Singing B. N. Duke Auditorium North Carolina Central University Campus "Serving A World Parish With Christ Since 1800" St. Joseph's AME Church PHIUP R. COUSIN, Minister FAYETTEVILLE STREET DURHAM, N. C. Sunday, September 20,1970 8:00 A.M. EARLY MORNING WORSHIP SERMON The Minister Subject: "INDICTED FOR MURDER" MUSIC Gospel Choir Fred Mason at the Console Eugene Plummer, Director 93" A M SUNDAY SCHOOL Miss Marie Faulk, Superintendent 11 00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP SERMON The Ml II 111 Frod Mason at the Console Joseph T. Mitchell Directing 5A Un-Reached." Rev. C. R. Lofton, Pastor of the Central Heights Free Will Baptist Church of Golds boro, delivered the closing message. Visitors were from Greenville, Goldsboro, Sump ter, S. C. and Waycross, Geor gia- Music was furnished by the Soloist Mrs. Cora Hunter, all Choirs of the Oak Grove F. W. B. Church and UK young adult choir of Central Heights Free Will Baptist Church.

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