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L,H AaiotM Mr**, Cm* Celaabi.—CUfford MM
with The Churches
■ New Grace
■ ur . m walls and Mrs. Jones,
■.ZuiM from N#w Grace to the
■f” . convention held at Frlend
■*. Bintlst church, in Saginaw
K' P n. ihe paai two week*, gave in
reports at the morning
§■.. j> r reil conducted the music
H[h. mens division at Saginaw.
fK. or Ferrell will preach Friday
|KL, # t warren Avenue Baptist
i n their anniversary.
SKth' nlautatton party given by tne
■L, choir sill he repeated at
Grace for the benefit of the
drive Aug. 15.
Hrhe choir a pianist. Mrs. E. Cole-
W ill lea\e this week for New
Hj!* where she will Join her ais-
H.. from Georgia on vacation.
K r ferrell wiahea all to know
H. t 'tbe next thirty days will be
lK)iro ** Ftegistration Month.
Brunette Turner la church
■ St. John's Church
Hlmah 1 IS was the teit chosen
m th # Rev. Henry Porter for hie
last Sunday morning. The
was 1 Reasoning with God."
Hgf msy Think is difficult to reason
God. hut just as we reason
friends, we should talk with
R hout our affairs, and he has
to help and comfort those
come to him," said the Rev.
Hr. Porter.
■ rue Kaatslde Missionary society
H«;st the church on Thursday aft
Plmlr Grand
■tv annual rhurrh picnic at
Bjjmouth Park on last Saturday
■it well attended, two large city
■ties and many family cars were
■’el with children and grown-ups
Hho all say they had a perfectly
■rand time at this beautiful park,
■he 'abler were loaded with good
Hints to eat and Ice cream was
■prved to the Sunday school mem
■ers In the afternoon. There were
■wings for the little folks snd
Barnes The hall game resulting In
■♦ Rnv Scouts besting the others
B « large st ore. Many grown-ups
Bijoyed the Ashing. Mr. Wells
Bo|ht (he largest fish, a foot and
■ half bass
■ New Age Temple
■ The Rev Archie Oaylor and the
Bit. Grace Bradley spoke Sunday
■inmlne Tastor Bradley’s aub-
B was "First Steps so Heaven.”
■ At 7 pm Sunday the members of 1
■♦temple and chortis went to New
Blem Baptist to hid the delegates
B tfi* national convention good
Be. Son;; and prayer service pre
■teded the voyage.
■ hr Bradley will preach the sec-
Bdln a series of sermons on "Jus
■ct" next Sunday. Revival rneet
■g will begin soon.
■ Virginia Sandelin Is church re-
Ninth Church af Christ,
Sciential, Detroit
(Celevwd)
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COURTS OF CALANTHE
OF MICHIGAN
| Endowment Beg inning
January, 1930
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“«mber 1917 i11,594.04
onctnbtr 1»S8 917,*g« 92
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Beneficiaries
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B °rtnl of Mem-
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Balances 211.017 52
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WEBSTER.
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Detroit, Michigan
TL_ lf<i Photo
i neilS Service
day and night service
0 foaint • Mem That latWr
AKtm .. •* "Pt*tur« That rutm
BMr Cnn&ald To. 1-3695
Chrittian Science
’‘Spirit” will be the subject of
the lesson-sermon In all Christian
Science churches throughout the
world on Sunday, Aug. 10.
. *°ld«n text (Ephesians 5:9)
ie: "The fruit of the Spirit is in all
goodness and righteousness and
truth."
Among the Bible citations is this
P*«*»ge (I John 4:12. 13): "No
men hath seen God at any time .
Hereby know we that we dwell in
him and be In us. because he hath
given ue of hie Spirit.'
Correlative passages to be read
from the Christian Science text
book. "Science and Health with Key
to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker
Eddy, include the following <p.
.134-7): "Spirit being God, there Is
hubut one Spirit, for there can be
but one infinite and therefore one
God."
Church Os God
The Rev. Samuel Randle read
the scriptures and Dr. Mack Cad
dell followed with the morning
message from St. John 1:12.
Afternoon service waa In charge
of the HPYU of which Mrs. Effle
Randle is president and Mrs. Ida
Keene is directress.
The Rev. Robert Rolden preach
ed Sunday evening from Rev. 1:3.
Tastor T. D. McGhee will he back
to All his pulpit. Sundsy morning.
Aug. 10. The public is invited to
attend the services of the Church
of God located at Gratiot and Jos.
Campay avenues.
Mrs. Jsnle Hair is church report
er.
People’s Baptist
."Calling a Preacher to Little
Grove Church," a hilarious comedy,
will he presented Aug. 15 at the
church. The play was written by
Mts. Anns B. Jones.
Dr T. R. Royal, pastor, preached
Sunday morning from Hebre# 1:12.
Vcrlia Mae Berry is church re
porter.
New Bethel
Sunday morning the congregation
occupied new seats at New Bethel
church as g result of g several
weeks' financial rally. Pastor Ram
sey spoke from St. John R: 12 on the
subject. "Jesus the Light of the
World."
The I’sher board is observing
their anniversary all the week.
Baptizing and the Lord's supper
were the features of the evening
service.
C. Fields is church reporter.
Sacred Cross
The Rev. M. L. Franklin, pastor
of Sacred Cross Baptist church,
spoke Sunday morning from Act
3:1-9 on the theme, "The Home
Man at the Gate." The message
was lnplrational to the large audi
ence that attended.
The officers and members invite
the public to follow the activities
of Sacred Cross in these columns
and to attend their services. E. M.
Rose is church clerk.
St. Paul AME
"The Consequence of Worship"
will be the subject of the morning
sermon at St. Paul. "Netting for
the Kingdom" will be the subject of
the sermon st 7:3u p.m. Dr. J. A.
Charleston, pastor, will be the
speaker .
The Sunday school will open at
9:15 a m. with George W. Garner as
superintendent.
The Junior Allen Christian En
deavor league will meet at 5 p.m.
with Miss Carrie Gordon as presi
dent and Mrs. Ethel Pearson gsau
perintendent.
The Senior league will convene
at 6:30 p.m. to discuss "My Friend
ships." Luke 19:1-10.
Flush Poisons From
Kidneys and Stop
Getting Up Nights
Be Healthier, Happier—Sloop Bettor
When you can get for SS cents an
efficient and harmless stimulant and
diuretic that should flush from your
kidneys the waste matter, poison* and
acid that ar# now doing you harm,
why continue to break your reatful
eleep bv getting up thru the night?
Dent be an EAST MARK and ac
cept a substitute—Get Geld Medal
Haarlem Oil Capsules —the orlrtna
and genuine. Look for the Gold Medal
on tne box —ls cents.
Other symptoms of weak kidneys
and irritated bladder may bo back
ache, puffy eyes, ah If ting pains, burn
ing or scanty passage.
Advertisement
THE CHAMPION IN A
MOMENT OF TRIUMPH
I
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til, SSljlF* IS
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Cortes Yf. Peters, shown holding
World’s Championship Portable
Typewriter Trophy won recent
ly In Chicago. After this per-
ANN ARBOR
HAPPENINGS
(Contiaued from page 8)
Mr. Harrison was well known in
Ann Arbor.
Dear Jean Macolm:
You new column has called for a
great deal of favorable criticism.
So much so I am certain you can
help me with my problem. Stated
briefly, my problem is just tlms, 1
am deeply devoted to a certain
young man. Sometimes 1 think it's
love and then I'm not sure. If I
don't marry him now I'm afraid I
may lose him. but losing him- isn't
half so uncertain. I have a job and
would like to keep it fo r a year
longer but if I marry I lose my Job.
What would you advise?
—Bewildered
Bewildered:
Your problem to me Is a very
simple one. Marriage is a great
responsibility, before entering it
one should he willing to make sac
rifices in order to preserve one's
marriage. If you ar# not willing to
do this, then you aren't ready for
marriage. If you have a phobia now
please wait until you lose that
fear. Your pride no doubt prompted
you to consider marriage, the tear
of losing him to another. If you
really loved him I would say go to
it, hut since you don't or since the
uncertainty, let time adjust the
change between you.
Your Advisor,
Jean Macolm.
Dear Jean:
1 have been a very happy married
w’oman untin a month or so ago,
that 1> when my husband left me.
We were buying a home together
and both every day. It waa
a great sacrifice for both of us to
make the payments on our home
each end every month. It was my
husband's idea to start buying while
we were young. 1 also have g two
year-old daughter.
For some unknown reason my
husband just left without a word
and quit the Job he had been on for
the past ten yeare. I love him very
much and can't understand why he
has done this. I tried the best I
knew how to make g good wife and
we seemed to be very happy. It
will be an Impossibility for me to
carry on the responsibility that I
have. If l only knew where he
was or why he left; please will you
advise me w'hat to do?
—Distressed.
Dear Distressed:
My dear, my advise to you would
be to try and rent your home out
and get a room for yourself and
child. Thla will help ylu some fi
nancially. Has your husband been
111 at anytime that you know of?
If I were you I would Inquire about
his past life to see If his disap
pearance has been due to an ill
ness of some kind. Also do all you
poseihly can to try and locate him
for fear there is Illness or trouble
that you could help him that he
probably did not want to worry
you about. If it turns out that he
was just tired of being married and
having too much reaponbility; I
would advise you to forget him.
Jean Macolm.
O.E.S. COLUMN F. A A.M.P.H.A.
anmufl stab chapter ho. ii-statid meeting-im
Wadaeaday. DEGREE WOR* trd WtHtiliT. Wartky
troi—Mr*. Alpkrett* William*. <ll Trawbrldf*, Ta. W>4Ml|
Woiikr Patras—Hr. Rickard WHlta, lltl TUlmaa, Sacretary-
Hr*. Ylala Parry. *•* Lalaad, Ta. 147 ft.
BATHHHERA CHAPTER HO. •—STATED MEETING—Iat Friday
DEGREE WORK IN Friday. Wartky Matraa-Mra. Leak War
tta. d!7 Garde Id. Apt and. Ta. 14M7| Wartky Patraa-Mrf. A.
BrlataL 1141 Jit. Cam pa a. ft 14M| Sarratary. Mra. Canrfa B.
Riley, 4Mt Parker, Pt 77d*.
GOLDEN LEAP CHAPTER HO. 14-STATED MIETIHG-lat Wed
aaaday. DEGREE WORE Ird Wadaaaday. Wartky Matraa—
■ra Mattie Calllaa. «041 tolk. Ty. M»4»i Wartky Patraa-Mr.
Artkar Raklsaaa. IN7 EraUaa, Tr. 1-HMt Seeretary-Mre.
Lola Headley, ISMO Kllafar.
PRISCILLA CHAPTER HO. 11—STATED HEETIHG—Sad PH
day. DEGREE WORK 4tk Friday. Wartkr Batrr. -Mra. Mar
tka (aiaaraa. «7* EUat Apt. 7>l Ta. L?fartkj
Mr. Haywadd Ceatt, d7«S TY- MAdd, Sacratary-
Kra Halaa B. Gaatt d7dd Hartford. Ty. 4*7*40.
LOHE STAB CHAPTER HO. Sd-STATED MEETIHG—Iat Tkara
to* DEGREE WORK Ird Tkantof. Wartkr Matraa-Mra.
Willie Aaotta. HdSd Mltekaldalej Aettaa Wartky Patraa—Mr.
Rickard Wklte. 1111 TlHaiaai Secretary-Mra. Gladya Hard*
wtek. Sill Ckeaa, ft diSL
•T. AGNES CHAPTER HO. Id—STAVED MEETIHG—tod Wadaaa
day. DEGREE WORK 4tt Wartty Major.
Mra. Elisabeth l,a*aa, d*4l totk, Ty. d-diltt Wartky PaWaa—
Mr. Him Flaad. OH Hartfardi Her ratary-Hra. Larralaa Til
kat MM Meftle, Ty. 7*dd7S.
PArntone CHAPTER HO. to —STATED MEETING— tad Tkara*
cm 2S. VrS«i »®i! Ajssrtiu 'Ki'sas
laiatta Hattkaaa, ftof R. Part. PL ddtot Wartky Patraa -lat.
flayd Barrla, IM7 BeDaafalL PL W7l| Saaratary-Mra. Jake
■la M. HRIi *717 Madlaaa. Pi S*N7.
THE DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1941
Mt. Clemens Boy Wins Essay Contest
formance be proceeded to break
the existing world’s record on n
standard typewriter. Peters op-
Help Youth Rout
Soldiers After One
Hurled From Walk
MT. CLEM EN S. Mich.
Thrown from the side walk by
four white soldiers because he
refused to clear the walk for
them, Hanson Stevenson, 16-
year-old Negro was among the
participants in & free-for-all
which broke out Tuesday at 8
p.m. at church and Gratiot
streets.
According to Stevenson, he
was engaged in an argument
with several fellows when four
soldiers from Selfridge Field
ordered him off the side walk so
they could pgss. When he re
fused they tossed him off bodily.
Hanson left and returned with
a numhe r o? friends. A fight
broke opt with the two soldiers
that remained. Under an ava
lanVhe of sticks and stones, the
soldiers retreated, reports say.
GUEST SPEAKER
On Woman's Day, Sunday, Aug.
10. Kbenezer AME church will pre
sent Mrs. Lucy Hughes, the presi
dent of the Woman's Home and
Foreign Missionary society. Mr*.
Hughes Is from Cameron, Texas
and Is a world traveler having
visited Africa and various points
in Europe. Her subject at thin 3
p.m. meeting will be "The Place of
Women In the Changing Social and
Economic Order."
This subject Is a particularly
timely one In the present crisis.
Mrs. Hughes Is one of the most
brilliant speakers on the American
platform today.
At the 11 am. and 7:45 p.m.
services Miss Paulin* Coffee, the
noted woman evangeliat, will
preach. The Detroit Evangelistic
Bureau, with Mrs. Fitzpatrick as
eratea business colleges In Wash*
Ington, D.C., Baltimore, Md. and
Chicago, 111.
ALUMNI HOLDS
ANNUAL PICNIC
The Tuskegee Alumni held their
annual picnic, July 27 at the Rouge
Park. It wan an old-fashioned bas
ket picnic. Everyone attending this
affair enjoyed it to the highest.
The alumni wish to thank the mem
bers of the organization for the
way they responded wnh their bas
ket* and refreshments.
The guests included Captain Wal
ter J. Love from the faculty of Tus
kegee; Mrs. Ermaetta Rollins and
Mr*. Mary Reid of Cleveland, Ohio;
Turner Stovall of Tuskegee insti
tute: Mrs. Alice A. Stovall of Hurts
boro, Ala., and W. P. Smith, of
Birmingham, Ala.
The next meeting of the alumni
will be held Sept. 28 at 385 Hague,
at which time the election of offi
cers will he held. All members
should be present in order that they
may select the person to lead the
organization through the next year.
There will also he a program map
ped out for the benefit of the school
for which we gll cherish so much.
Hugh F. Barringson is president;
Julia Mitchell, secretary.
Northwest Detroit
(Contnoed from Page 19)
Mrs. Pearl Dorsey. 56. 21047
Mitchelldale avenue, Ferndale.
died Wednesday, July 30, after an
Illness of one week. She was buri
ed Monday. August 4. from the
Hall and Son Funeral Home.
The late Mrs. Dorsey was horn
February 2. 1805. in Bugarlot.
Mias., and had been a resident of
Ferndale for 21 years. Surviving
are the husband and a host of
friends.
Story of Herbert Copening’s
death on page.
(ard Os Thanks
Mr. Ous Dorsey, husband of the
late Mrs. Pearl Dorsey, wishes to
thank neighbors and friends for
their many kindnesses In the hour
Os hi* bereavement.
president, will cooperate through
out the day. A choir of 100 women
will sing at each service. Woman’*
Day is conference claim day for
the women of Ehenezer. Dr. George
W. Baber is pastor.
| GIVE YOUR HAIR THAT
: 'Bmdw&u §lamun "
KNOW THE
JOY AND
HAPPINESS
\ OF
i \ truly
1 •* BEAUTIFUL
'/ 4® £ hair
\tm. STVNKINC
WKr w“ EXQVtSITB
iJm 4 HAIR STYLES
i tfyT' *Wr FREE! read below
God meant women to b« beau
tiful, that * why he gave them
"their crowning glory," loot lu*
trout hair with a beautiful theeo,
to be admired by aIL
But unfortunately, modern lie-
Ing -*• modern condition* and
circumttanrea arweat aaaey
women from giving their heir
the care required to many,
their heir bet been their "Water*
loa N Hera t tome good advice,
that thou Id help every women
who ha* e "Heir Problem.”
Pirtt help your tcelp to be
healthy, dean, end free from
Dendruf, that't aaoat important
your heir tennot be beautiful
without e dean, healthy acalp.
The maker* of BROADWAY
GLAMOUR PRODUCTS nfer o
complin Heir Treatment, to help
keep the acalp health/ end to help
bring oat the natural luatre end
•been in your heir yet coat* but
BROADWAY GLAMOUR PRODUCTS
115) BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY
Ecorie News
By KILO ©ASTON
Political Comment*
..After about eight year* of ali
enee. Ecorae again made headline
newa. p. was not the bloody boot
leg newa of yeara gone by, but
newa of extravagant politiciana.
Out o a clear aky laat Saturday,
one of Detrolt'a daillea carried a
front page picture and a long atory
about the Ecorae townahip and Ita
officers. According to aome politi
cians. the atory came at the right
time, just when the people are
wondering should Ecorae become
a city or remain a village. The sup
porters of the city plan knew ex
actly when to strike. Now. the
townahip officials will have some
tall explaining to do, between now
and September 15.
The aame way the lid was rip
ped off the township government,
the aame should be done to the
village, and n n doubt it will, be
fore thia situation is clearer up.
We, a» a minority group, have
labored hard trying to place men
In office who ve thought would
give us some representation, but
the best we could get was a couple
of janitors, one In each govern
mental department. Are we- going
to he satisfied with that?
We hope thia shake-up will be a
lesson to all office-holders in the
future I said last week that we
should hame someone elected to
tha charter commission. There are
nine members to he elected and
forty or fifty will be running. I
think we could put at least three
on. if we all made ourselvea a com
mittee of one and see that every
registered voter on this side of the
track votes for our candidate*.
Just a suggestion: I think that
Mrs. P. H. A. Fleming. Garnett L.
Hagerman and Harvey Eason
would make good charter members.
Petitions for candidates may be
sec ured from the village clerk’s of
fice. The signatures of twenty
qualified voters *i'e sufficient.
Mr. end Mrs. Maston Lee, of
.1377 Fifteenth street, had as their
dinner gueata last Sunday Mr. and
Mr*. Tucker of Detroit, and Mrs.
Tucker’s slater. Mias Carrie Lee
Tucker, of Pittsburgh. Pa.
First Baptist Church
Despite the warm weather last
Sunday, the congregation at First
Baptist church was large. The
pastor, the Rev. J .D. Davis, had
Just returned from the convention
held at Saginaw over the past
weed and wn* much enthused over
the meetings at the convention. v
The church membership was glad
to see Milo Gaston back .home
from Chicago.
The Rev. Mr. Davis took his text
Northend Family
Buys New Home
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walker and
daughter, Revs Choice-Woods, reg
istered nurte. racemly purchased
a home at 573 Trowbridge It was
learned this week. The new home
owner formerly lived at f»47 Mar*
aton. E M Briggs, real estate brok
er, handled the transaction. Brigga
is located at 536 Gratiot at St. An
toine.
Read the concluding
chapters and follow the
interesting murder trial
of The People vs. Made
line Day in the exciting
story, “THE KNIGHT
WAS BLACK” by Alma
Bean Loving on Page 12.
SI, and you'll agree h’a worth
much more—ai you watch your
heir grow lovelier, longer end
more luatreu* —and at laat rout
hair will truly ha what God in*
tended—Your Crowning Glory.”
But theta not ell —you get
20 exquitittly (tunning heir
atylea —that can be aeaily fol
lowed at home. Broadway Star*
pay high price* to ftad the hair-do
that br i nga nut their aetnrel lava
linear Now yon can (elect the
hair-do meat » you.
from them atuaniae creation! by
Francine Baaatr, Jamou* Hair
Don't Mul Ow MMlt es Hair
Sni* Chan* am Uwiiadt Take advaa
no at ea menamqg anw 4a it
am I CmUm eiiacnam pw wite
ua mme wwam. ha wail a
O®ot oa vid twf awe* ear
addm*.
ae arrival. Viwam .
Yaa amt ha nmM at year
maaar bark!
from Bt. Mark 9 10: them# "Tell
Ma Your Troublts." It was an en
couraging sermon. Among the vial*
tora were: Mrs. Mattia Da via and
Miaa Daisy Jackson.
Don't fail to visit tne sick of the
community.
Zadia Aakew la ckurch reporter.
Tribune readers in the communl*
ty ire invited to send in their news
each week to tho Ecorae repre
sentative.
MT CLEMENS
Miss Sarah Hampton of Steven
vtlie, Colo, who ia viiatiag as the
houaegueat of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Adams, was entertained with
a party given Friday evening,
August l at 76 Gloss street.
Among the gay crowd who played
gamea and danced till the wee
hours were Emma Lee Lawrence of
Studenville, who ia visiting her
grandmother in Detroit: Celeste
King, Horten.se Snowden, Dru
cllla Snowden, Sophia Parks,
lsham Chatlon, Willie Snowden.
Marshall Collins, John B. Boster.
all of New Haven; Cornelia and
Elizabeth Henry, Jean Jamison.
l*ovey Mae Bankhead. Celeste
Banket and many others.
A wiener roast was given at
Sadyside in honor of Celeste Banks
Saturday night.
The son of Mr. and Mr*. Eugene
Henry is visiting with his parents
at 77 Kishee street. Eugene Jr.
live* with his grandmother of
Hillsboro, Illinois. Mr. snd Mr*.
Henry now have ten of their eleven
children at home with them. The
other child Is desd.
Masomo county Sunday school
union held its installation of offi
cers of the ensuing year at Turner
Chapel CME church Sunday, Aug
.1. The officers were elected July
24 included Mr. Hockaday, general
superintendent; N. Hubert, assis
tant superintendent: Mrs. R. Mc
follum. secretary; Miss Laura Hill,
assistant secretary; A. Murray,
treasurer; Walter P. Lee. chairman
chairman of advisory hoard. J.
Murray, chairman of the sick com
mittee; Mr«. P. Vpshaw, chairman
of the entertainment committee:
Mi«s S E. Hill, demonstrator.
The sermon was delivered hy the
Rev. Mr. Whoev on the subject
from the text. “What will I render
to the Lord?'*
The Vnlon was founded by Mr.
Hockadav two yeara ago hy joining
all the Sunday schools of Macomb
Count*.
NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: On
and after Wednesday, Jnly 16th.
1911, 1 will not be responsible fnr
debts contracted hy my wife, Mrs.
Prudence Sheely.
(Signed) Leether Sheeley,
SIM Ash RU Inkster. Mlrh.
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PAGE ELEVEN
Ties Chicago
Girl For First
Place Honors
Sarah Miles
Receives Second
Award
CHICAGO, lll—Terrell Whitaitt,
I*. of 31 Barbara street. Mt. Clem
ens, Mich., and Miss Leola Dickin
son of Chicago, shared first place
honors at the rlose of the essay
contest sponsored by the Chicago
Detroit and St. Louis dlstrlrta, Fri
day, Aug. 1 at the jubilee Temple
CME church in Chicago. The sub
ject of the essay mas "Youth. What
of Tomorrow?" Miss Sarah Miles
also of Mt. Clemens, won second
place.
Young Whitsett, a senior at Mt.
Clemens High school has made g
string of first place honors la
speaking and writing. At the ten
der age of nine he made his first
prise winning speech, snd three
years ago he topped 30 or 40 whits
students in oratory and was allow,
ed to enter the state meet in Mon
roe, Mich. There he won second
place.
Terrell is the only Negro member
of the Mt. Clemens High echool A
Cappella choir and is one of two
Negroes to make the national honor
society in the school's history. The
other was John Palmer, now a
student at Michigan Btate Normal.
Whitsett Is fortunate to have the
help of his mother, a former teach
er in the night school of Mt. Clem
ens High school.
Miss Miles is also a senior and
honor student of Mt. Clemens High
and won second place In last year’s
contest which entitled her to a ssd
scholarship.
First prize this year was )50
which was shared evenly by the
two winners.
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