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SATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1943
SOCIAL N E.;w S
MRS. SHUFORD IS SPEAKER
AT MOTHER-DAUGHTER
BANQUET —
'Die annual Mother unci
Daughter Banquet which was
held at Windsor Community
Center, Friday night, had as its
guest speaker Mrs. F. I). Blu
ford. She was introduced by
Mrs. W. T. Gibbs, who served
as toastmistress for the occas
ion. Before about 17f» mothers
and daughters Mrs. Bluford
struck a timely note in describ
ing the necessary relationship of
mother and daughter in awar
time crisis.
Other numbers included on the
program were musical selections
by the Dudley High Girls’ Glee
Club, directed by Mrs. E. 1..
Penn, Prayer-Grace by Mrs. S.
A. Peeler, Musical Interlude by
Miss Marion Thacker .and sev
eral selections by the Price
School Quintet.
Mis. L. P. Dyson awarded the
prizes to the following mothers
and daughters: Mrs. J. P. Mor
ris, the oldest mother present;
Mrs. Cora Bell Few ell, the
youngest mother; Miss Elsie
Morris, the oldest daughter ac
companied bv her mother; Bar
bara Ann Mebane, the young
est daughter; Mrs. Louella Go
ins, who was accompanied by
four daughters and five grand
daughters, the mother with the
most daughters present.
The banquet has been an an
nual affair for the past five
years, and is sponsored by a spe
cial committee who serve with
Mrs. V. A. Peeler, who is direc
tor of activities at the Center.
DR. MOORE
Ih\ Leon S. Moore, pastor of
the Methodist Church, Chester,
Pa. will be speaker for vespers
at Bennett college, Sunday,
March 28 at 4 p. : m.
Dr. Moore is a leader in
youth work of the Delaware
Conference and is active in civic
affairs of his city.
Everything for the
Home on Easy
Terms at
Phone 4107-8
121 N. Elm St.
PIEDMONT
Specialty Co.
The store that fits your
poeketbook. Ladies’
Hose in all shades from
25c up.
520 S. Elm SL
Enriched
■ BREAD
SURRPISE PARTY GIVEN
LUTHERAN COLLEGE COACH
A surprise party was given in
honor of Mr. Charles Ilerbin,
couch at Lutheran College, Fri
day evening, March 12, 11)43, in
Reid Hall on the college campus.
When the coach walked in ,he
received quite a shock by so
many eyes. He stood ii: the mid
dle of the floor and us lie looked
at his audience great drops of
Perspiration fell; however, he
■soon overcame the shock.
The party was u gala affair
at which guests and players
spoke extemporaneously. The
highlight of the evening was the
giving of presents to the couch
by a member of the staff, among
which the coach found a check
for $2. r >.oo from the school treas
urer.
Mr. Baxter Hargrave, a mem
ber of the staff, paid a glowing
tribute to Mr. Herbin, both as
an athlete and as a coach. Mr.
Hargraves told the coach that
the bight sportsmanship, which
he had given the teams would
not end with thu basketball sea
son; but would go with them
through life. Mr. Herbin said
that he was not worthy of all
the goon things done and said
to him; but felt that it was the
co-operation of teams and stu
dents which made for him a
team out of what seemed im
possible.
BENNETT THEATER
GUILD PRESENTS PLAY
AT FAYETTEVILLE USO
“Ladies in Waiting,” the mys
tery by Cyril Campion which
was presented successfully here
Friday and Saturday night will
be token to Fayetteville, N. C.,
for presentation at the Scabrook
Road USO, Saturday night,
March 2G.
The play is directed by Miss
Gladys I. Forde, director of dra
matics at Bennett College.
Members of the castj who will
make the trip to Fayetteville in
clude Misses Ellen McLester,
Vivian Hayes, Vivian Ayers,
Etta Hogan, Sara Lou Harris,
Roberta Favors, Margaret Cald
well, Orial Banks and Carolyn
Robertson.
MUSIC STUDENTS IN
RECITAL AT BENNETT
Seven students were present
ed in piano recital Thursday by
the Bennett College Music De
partment.
The numbers and the students
who played them are: “Polish
Dance,” Nonna Swope; “The
Swann,” Annette McCullum;
“Rustle of Spring,” Estelle
Watson; "Elegie,” Elaine
Smothers; “Prelude in D Flat,”
Clara Bacote; “May Night,”
Beatrice Martin, and “Bauca
rolle,” and "Soaring,” by Mary
Taylor.
A Victory Garden Institute
wus conducted at J. C. Price
School, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday night. A certificate
was awarded those attending.
TIIE FUTURE OUTLOOK, GREENSBORO, N. C.
ii
'l'lic persons in the above pic
| lure are SgL. and Mrs. Robert
(Bobbie) Cole., Sgt and Mrs.
Cole were married January 21.
1943, in York, S. C.
Sgt. Cole has been stationed
at Fort Bragg but Friday, March
12, 1943, he left. Fort Bragg for
foreign service.

BENNETT RECEIVES
PRICELESS GIFT OF
WORLD-WIDE
COSTUMES
A priceless gift ol' authentic
costumes/ collected in all parts
of the world was made recently
|to Bennett College by Mrs.
Garfield D. Merner of San
Mateo, Calif.
Mrs. Merner procured the col
lection during her worldi travels
through purchase of the gar
ments from the actual wearers. |
Included in the collection is
more than 200 items of apparel
Including wooden shoes, hats
slippers, scarves, fans, combs,
grass skirts and head coverings
for married and unmarried
women.
World points represented in
the collection are Holland,
Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Rome,
Bethlehem, Spain, France, Sar
dinia, Pacific Islands, Chinn and
America. The American outfits
represent tho* period of the 90s.
announcement”'’’
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pry sock
of Pomona, N. C., announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Gladys Juanita, to Mr. W. J.
Smith, owner and proprietor of
Grand hotel, 902 1-2 East Mar
ket street, on Tuesday, March
IG, 1943, in Winston-Salem, N.
C.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are
spending their honeymoon at
Hotel Theresa, New York city.
Personals
Second Class Senman Floyd
Hood spent a few days visiting
his mother, Mrs. Terry L.
Hood, 2213 East Market street.
Seaman Hood is now stationed
at Gulfport, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Holt, of
Lumber Bridge, N. C., spent the
wee<k-end with Mrs. Holt’s sis
ters, IG3 West McCulloch street.
Miss Victoria Hayes, 109
Beech street, spent the week
end in Reidsville, N. C., visiting
friends.
Dr. Meze Tate from Howard
university, Washington, D. C.,
was the house guest of Mrs. M.
H. Peak, 1800 East Market
street last week. Dr. Tate spent
two days with Mi’s. Esther
Holloman, 435 North Dudley
street. Dr. Tate gave a very in
teresting lecture at A. and T.
college and at Barber-Scotia
while in the city Dr. Tate was
entertained by several friends
and clubs among which were [
the Rats club and the I. I>. K.
club at Mrs. Holloman’s. Dr.
Tate left Sunday, March 21.
1943, to resume her work.
Miss Carrie Willis from
Charleston, W. Vu., and Miss
Daisy Mayo from Durham, N.
C., art in the city taking civil
service training at A. and T.
college. They are making their
home with Mrs. O. N. Whitfield,
G3B E. Gaston street.
Miss Elsie Morris, of Flint,
Mich., spent u few days in town
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. P.
Morris and her brother, Mr. F.
B. Morris, principal of Goshen
school. Miss Morris came down
to attend the funeral of the
late Mrs. Helen Liggett, wife of
Attorney Oscar Liggett, Detroit.
Mich. The funeral was held in
Winston-Salem, N. (’., on Mon
day, March 15, 1943.
Mr. Paul Jones spent a few
days visiting his parents, Pres
ident and Mrs. David D. Jones,
Bennett college for Women.
Mr. and Mrs. Heggie. 103
West McCulloch street, have re
turned from Newport News,
Va. Mr. Heggie has been em
ployed in a defense industry
there.
News has been received that
Corp. David D. Jones is doing
well in foreign service.
Sick List
Mrs. J. I). Hairston, 1108
Gorrell street, is confined to her
I bed. Her daughter, Mrs. W. L.
Jones, has been constantly at
tending her for the past week.
Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, 729
South Ashe street, is confined
to her bed.
Mrs. Florence Norwood and
her father, Mr. March, 228 West
Bragg street, are improved but
still unable to be out.
Mrs. D. J. Gilmer, 2002 Gor
rell street, is still confined tu
her home.
Mrs. Isabella McGibbony, 522
Ireland street, is still numbered
among the sick.
Mr. William McGibbony, 009
Doak street, is very ill at bis
home. He has been confined for
three weeks.
Mrs. Theresa Payne Thomp
son is much improved at this
writing.
Mrs. E. E. Smith, Alamance
road, is a patient at L. Rich
ardson Memorial hospital.
Mr. E. E. Smith is indisposed
at his home, Alamance road.
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PAGE THREE
USHERS MEET
The Greensboro Ushers Un
ion held its monthly meeting
Sunday at 3 p. in. at* St. Steph
en Christian church.
Mr. Arthur Crump, president,
officiated. After the business
session a short program was
conducted by the secretary, Mrs.
M. J. Copeland. The following
appeared on the program:
Misse.'. Ivester Garner, Dixie
Lee Goins, Mr. Johnson, Mrs.
Parks, Mr. Johnson, Mr. An
crumer, Mr. Berry, Mr. Grant,
Mr. Oliver and Dr. 11. B. Bark
ley of Winston-Salem. *
The next meeting will be
held the third Sunday in April
at 3 p. m. at Bethel A. M. K.
church. Mr. L. E. Austin, pres
ident of State ushers will
speak. That day is also set aside
as the Greensboro Ushers rally
day.
NEW FARMER
OF AMERICA
WASHINGTON.—The 11. O.
Sargent trophy award of SSO
given annually at the national
convention of the New Farm
ers of America in honor of the
late Dr. 11. O. Sargeant who was
an agricultural education agent
of the U. S. office of education,
has this year been awarded to
James Wright of Simmsboro,
La. The award carries with it a
trophy, which may be retained
by him for 12 months as the out
standing former NFA member
who has become established as
a Negro farmer. The chapter of
the NFA, organization of Negro
farm students with which
Wright was identified was also
awarded a special certificate
confirming his winning the
award.
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Appreciated at the
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