In North Carolina in 1951, news about African Americans appeared in a different section.
News — a n told "hM was road Hint ol and fund MHS. BJK1H.V H.U.i- M» Bertha Hall dkd. at her home 11 Ml. Holly J-'rldny »t 0 p. in. She lad been a resident o! Ml. Holly » L<T life antl was H member of Mace donia HajilUi Church. Funtral services were held «l 'J ). in. Sunday, She is survived by her mother, ilrs C«ra Davis; her »tc-p-Iathcr, lobcrt Davis; (our Ijiolhcrs. honest, iobcrt, Frtd nml J.awraiwc llurrla; and oiw sli-pljrother, Kenel Itavls. The body will !>* taken to the oirc fjiind:iy ai 5 p. in. Costlier FuDi-rul Hume had diiirgje f airan^einenLs. Mineral K:vkcs lor Mis. Bessie Hill M, who died at her horn-; at Sp-'iicer Mountain Krlil;iy. will be held lulay at Ml. /Ion MelluxlLsl Church. Tmo txxly was taken home Sunday Sunday at 4 p. m. best sciwe move je- with They