Annie Pearson Klugh is awarded "Mother of the Year" South Carolina State College 16 Jun 1960
pre-Revo- a in Of Special Interest To Negro Residents NEWS EVENTS Route .Three ALVIN RUCKER, CORRESPONDENT Telephone OR 9-0181 Mrs. Annie Pearson Hugh, wife of George Klugh Sr. of Route Two, Hodges, holds the silver tray which was presented to her by South Carolina State College at Orangeburg recently upon her be ing selected as "Mother of the Year" at the college. She was selected on the basis of her lead ership ability and her particfp tion in various organizations and community activities. Mrs. Klueh is the mother of ten children, nine of whom are still Uvine. She also has twelve grand children. All ten of her children were graduated from Brewer High School and four were grad uated lrom college. Children of the Kluehs include the late Llyod Klugh, Johnny and Roderick of Oakland, Calif.; George Jr. of New York. N. Y.: Mrs. Hattle K. Nedd of Phila delphia, Pa Miss Nannie Klueh of Newark, N. J.: Captain James Klugh of Fort Benning, Ga.; Ray mond of Greenwood; Andrew, a junior at S.C. State College and Olin L., a recent graduate of S.C. State College. ' Mrs. Klugh is the fourth moth er and the second Greenwood County mother to receive the Mother of the Year ' honor. Mrs, Ola D. Walker, teacher of Eng lish at Brewer, was the first mother to receive the award which was begun an annual pres entation by the college in 19S7. BREWER HOSPITAL June 8-14 Admissions: Mrs. Hester Hampton, Grace Scott; James Thomas, Mrs. Sarah Jane Byrd, Mrs. Daisy Morton, Hamp Leak, Mrs. Matfie Yeldell, W. T. watts, Mrs. Marion Brown and Mary Lockhart, all of Greenwood. Also, Mrs. Ida Bess Floyd and Patricia Sayles Blocker, Ninety Six; Margaret Holloway, Ward; Mary Jane Barr and Annie Mae Peterson, McCormick; Lottie Bell Brown, Waterloo; Norman Turn er, Edgefield; Lucius Carroll, ba-i luda; James T. Perrin, Troy and Mrs. Hattie Sheard and R. L. Logan. Hodges. , Discharges: Mrs. Emmie Wal lace, Charlie Day, Mrs. Lucille Butler. Sampson Boozer, James A. Spruill Jr., Mrs. Mamie Ed wards, Mrs. Lena Mae Wilson, Mrs. Delma C. Bruster, Raymond Andrews, Douglas Williams, Julia Ann Fuller, Lucius Carroll, Mary Lockhart,' Mrs. Hattie Mary Cohen, Grace Scott, Mrs. Sarah Jane Byrd and Lottie Bell Brown. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Byrd of 637 Percival Ave., announce the birth of twins, Darren" and Cheryl, June 10. ' j Mr. and Mrs. 'Timothy Brown :"l ' f MRS. ANNIE PEARSON KLUGH of Route Four, announce the Sayles. births of twins, Audrey and An thony, June 1L The Rev. end Mrs. C. W. Mor ton of 120 Williams St., announce the birth of a son, Gregory Charles, June 12. A men's day program -In ob servance of Father's Day will, be presented at Tabernacle Baptist Church on Baptist Avenue Sun day at 11:30 a.m. A panel discussion, "The Role of Men In Christian Ways of Life" and a Men's Day rally will be the main features of the program. Members of the panel and their sub- ects Include George Klugh, The Home As A source of Christian Growth; Alonzo Carter, The Role of Men in Business; W. A. Archie Jr.. The Importance of Christian Education In the Church; William Wideman, The Place of Men lh the Church School and Bobby Kl-nard, The Place of Men As Christian Citizens in a Democracy. Forrest Parker Sr. will serve as chairman of the panel discusison. Members of the program committee Include L. V. Walker Sr.. Forrest Parker Sr., B. J, Dover and T. L Rucker. The Rev. E. L Cain is pastor. The public is invited. Miss Vera Sayles of East End Heights left Greenwood Monday enroute to New York, N. Y. where she will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Mary Women's Aid Lodge 85 will be hostess to a Women's Aid Society convention being held at Spring field Baptist Church located just off the Laurens highway Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Dinner will be served at 2 p.m. on each day of the convention and members are asked to bring food for the menu which will con sist of string beans, fried chicken, potato salad, macaroni and cheese pie potato custard and cake on Wednesday and boiled chicken with dressing, potato salad, Eng lish peas, apple pie and cake on Thursday. Events at Macedonia Baptist Church on Marlon Ave. Sunday include a Father s Day program sponsored by Mrs. Florea Crow ley at 3 p.m. and baptismal serv Ices conducted by the pastor, the Rev. E. J. Daniels, at 8 p.m. Ten Greenwood beauticians at tended the silver anniversary con vention of the South Carolina Beauticians Association held at the Fuller Normal School in Greenville Sunday through Wed nesday of this week. Beauticians attending the convention included Mrs. Effie Moore, Mrs. Eugenia Andrews, Mrs. Virginia Sanders, Mrs. Gwendolyn Perkins, Miss Fannie Carroll, "Mrs. Dorothy Logan, Mrs. Elizabeth Holloway, Mrs. Sallie Holloway, Mrs. Louise Puckett and Miss Edith Ranp.