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FUTURE OUTLOOK VOL. 11, No. I 5" Bennett College Home-Making , Institute Drawing Large Crowds Large crowds were being at -4 traded to the sessions of the 17th annual Home-Making In stitute of Bennett College, held here this week. The institute got under way Monday night with a program at the Shiloh Baptist church with > the pastor, Dr. J. T. Hairston, presiding. ■ . Tuesday night the program s. I , was held in the Charles Moore ‘school. Wednesday night it wus .moved to Browning school and Thursday night to East White Oak. The large attendance during '.the week may be attributed to . the fact that the institute has moved into the communities and , made it possible for citizens to s attend without having to travel distances'. /.v Each / night the program has /Similar most respects ‘ for community. There have b ee^ ea /alks on victory gardens, a ' film ft on nu^r ' t * on > skits and Quiz l P r °P rams which liave car ricd M the message of improved //home and family life to the Exhibits and demonstrations have been helpful in transmit ting information to the commun ities.' ,> An address by Miss Nannie 11. •- Burroughs, of Washington, D. C. /•and the awarding of certificates /to'all war mothers will conclude the week. *■ Every mother with a son or daughter in the armed service should register with Mr. A. N. Whiting at Bennett College. . Each will receive a certificate of honor and be placed on the Bennett College Honor Roll of War Mothers. MINORITIES DISCUSSED IN INTERRACIAL MEETING A new gesture in race rela tions was made here recently when an informal meeting of the classes in race relations of Ben nett College and Guilford Col lege, white, met in the home of Dr. A. D. Beitel, dean of the latter institution. The discussions centered around the problems of India in the present world crisis with special attention given to the similarity between the situations involving minority groupsJ in In dia and America. Contributing to success of the meeting was the coffee and cookies served by Mrs. Beitel. Other meetings of the two groups are planned during the school year. Death of Mrs. Minnie Sharpe Saddens Community Photo By Future Outlook. Funeral Procession of the Late Mrs. Min nie C. Sharp, Leaving St. Matthews Church. Red Cross Honor Roll The Red Cross drive among the Negroes has been quite suc cessful. Mrs. L. W. Lassiter, so liciting from the business places on East Market street from the underpass to Dudley street, col lected to date, the following amounts from the following per sons and firms: J. F. Johnson, Future Outlook SI.OO M. 11. Peek, Palace Sweet Shop LOO Miss Gladys Prysock, Palace Eweet Shop . . 1.00 Davis and Marks Shoe Shop LOO N. E. Margett, Hargett Funeral Home 5.00 W. J. Meares, Meares Tailoring Shop 1.00 S. A. Allen, Ike’s Bar ber Shop .25 E. K. Hightower, attor ney LOO L. R. Russell, Commun ity Dry Cleaners .... LOO Miss Rhuchell Alexander, Alexander Beauty Box 1.00 George’s Case LOO Mr. Bardls, George’s Case 25 Dallas Chambers, O. K. Hah Market -50 N. Jones, Plaza Smoke Shop LOO Ethel’s Bake Shop LOO H. D. Gibson, A. and P. Store *25 Contributors from N. C. Mutual Life Ins. Co.: A. E. Brown 2.00 (Continued On Page Eight) THE GREENSBORO, N. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 20. 19 4 3 -M' [f-y THE LATE MRS. MINNIE C. SHARPE BENNETT STUDENTS HANDLE 10,000 OIL APPLICATIONS FOR GUILFORD RATIONING BOARD As another of their contribu tions to the local community, the Bennett College completed last week the tremendous task of handling 10,00 fuel oil applica tions for the entire population of Guilford County. The job included the consider ation of each applicant and al lotment of fuel oil for the pe riod until October 1. Dr. Frederic A. Jackson, in structor in economics supervised the entire project. In a letter to President David D. Jones of the college, E. M. Stanley, executive secretary of the Guilford County War Price and Rationing Board, wrote: “We would like to express our appreciation for the fine job you and your officials did. We are mindful of the large amount of work involved, and, with the other rationing programs at this time, it would have been prac tically impossible to have com pleted this task without your as sistance.” Head The Future Outlook! Funeral Services Were Held From St. Matthews Church Tuesday, 2 P. M. Funeral service was held Tuesday, March 10, 1943, at 2 o’clock p. m. at St. Matthew’s Methodist church for Mrs. Min nie C. Sharpe. Mrs. Sharpe died Sunday, March 14, 1943, at L. Richardson Memorial hospital after an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Sharpe was horn in Rock ingham county and was the sec ond oldest daughter of the 13 children of Katie and John Mc- Collum. She spent her early days in Rockingham county, having attended the schools there. She came to Greensboro 32 years ago and was married to Robert C. Sharpe. To them was born one son, John Sharpe. The following program was followed: Processional Largo” . Handel Hymn, "In the Hour of Trial” Old Testament reading, Psalm 1 30 .... Rev. W. C. Cleland New Testament reading, 1 Cor., 15:34-58, Rev. Mr. McCollum The Prayer . . Rev. Mr. Simpson Hymn, “Does Jesus Care?” Acknowledgement of condol ences, read by Rev P. A. Taylor. The Obituary, Read by Rev. W. T. Lomax. Hymn, "O Sometimes the Shad ows Are Deep.” Brief expressions: Rev J. T. Hirston, Rev. Mr. Tynes. Hymn, "O Master Let Me Walk With Thee.” Brief expressions: Rev. It. W. Winchester, Rev. S. A. Peeler, Rev. G. M. Phelps, Dr. D. D. Jones, Dr. A. M. How ard. Solo, "A City Called Heaven,” Mrs. Stephney Do llughley. Eulogy: Seventh chapter John. 17th verse: After this, I beheld and lo a great multitude which no man could number, Rev. J. E. Brower. Hymn Attending in a body were 1 a number of the ministers of the N. C. conference and ministers of all denominations of the city, the undertakers of the city and some from out of town. Quite a number of the doctors of the city, the director of the Y. M. C. A., the ministers wives, Cir cle No. 1 and some members of Browning chapel and other friends served as flower bearers. Messages of condolence re ceived numbered approximately 75. All of the expressions were to the fact that Mrs. Sharpe was a devout, consistent Christian woman, known by her cordial smile, her radiant personality and her motherly tenderness. (Continued On Page Four) PRICE: 5c