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12D Hifh Miit IntomriM, Sun*?, Junt 12, 1WO NewsOf Interest To Colored People WINS AWARD Cecil Seymour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Seymour will receive the Star award from the Boy Scouts of America. In addition to receiving the Star Award he is a Senior Patrol leader and treasurer of troop 84 of St. Mark Church of which W. S. Stewart is scout leader. AWARDS DAY The Annual Awards Day exercises were held at Fairview Elementary School on Thursday a 1:30 p.m. in the school audi torium. The school Glee Club opene the program with the singing o two selections. Seventy-five special science cer tificates were awarded to students representing grades one through six for individual and group proj ects which were displayed during the school's Science Exhibit in Jay. Scholarship awards from the Tsungani Club and the Pollyanna Club went to Jimmy Lee Scott, 5th grade, and Moffett Harris, 6th grade. Conduct award from the Professional Men's Club went to Cleveland Quick, 6th grade. YMCA awards for neatness, best YMCA character traits, most helpful and most improved went to Lawrence Tate, 6th grade, Warren Olando Bostic, 6th grade. Carl Van Lovelle, 5th grade, and Donald' Chatman, 5th grade. All members of the school Safety Patrol received service pins. Elaine Rucker and Moffelt Har- FR. CONRAD LEAKE High Point Priest Will Offer Mass Fr. Conrad Leake, S. A. will I Dorothy Brown. Special citizenship awards went to Jerry Brown and Harold Caldwell The Patrick Amaker Award for beet school spirit and citizenship went to Cleveland Quick, grade. Best groomed boy and girl awards went to Terry Dumas and Donna Haywood, 6th graders. Merit awards for band participation went to Joyce Medley, Moffett Harris, Jimmy Lee S c o 11, James Jones, Raynard Gilmore and Stephen Daniels. The program closed with the singing of the school song. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles 1 and 2 of the WSCS of St. Mark Methodist Church will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock as follows: 1—Hostesses, Miss Mary Raper and Miss Artense McClain, 400 Thisseil St. 2—Hostess Mrs. Mary Crawford, 1404 Kivett Dr. ris received special awards forj offer his first solemn Mass in j SPECIAL SERVICES the most outstanding boy and girl i Christ the King Catholic Church, "~ patrol for the year. Girl Scout and Brownie camp- erships went to Joretta Allen, Pa tricia Moose, Elaine Rucker an 11505 Kivett Dr. today at 10:30 a. Husbands have many talents, but call us for Termite control! Husbands make dandy dish-doers and outdoor cooks, but termite conUol is something that only professionals can do properly. We have trained, experienced personnel, the best special equipment, and we use Chlordane, the insecticide that has been proven by more than ten years of Mual use. For prompt, courteous service, and fully guaranteed, low cost termite control, phone us now! CAROLINA TRI-CITY TERMITE CO. C. G. Bedford. Owner State License 260W PHONE Day 88 2-4815 — Nights 88 8-4327 430 N. WRENN m. He was ordained to the priesthood on June 7 at. Graymoor, Garrison, N. Y., headquarters of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. The Very Rev. Angelus Delahunt, S. A. Father General of the Atonement Friars, will preach the sermon for the first Mass. Other ministers for the ceremonies are Fr. Robert O'Farrell, S. A., pas:or of Christ the archpriest; -Fr. King Church, Bartholomew Paytas, S. A., pastor of St. Mary's areek Catholic Church, Duquesne, 'enn., deacon; Fr. Eugene Figue-j •oa, S. A., pastor, Our Lady of he Atonement Church, Kinston, V. C., subdeacon; Fr. Titus Crany, S. A. master of ceremonies; Bro Gabriel, S. A. thurifer; and n. Martin and Bro Felix, S. A. cdlytes. Fr. Conrad is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Edgar Leake of 904 'airview St. He is the first mem- er of the High Point parish to be rdained and the first Negro to Rev. A. G. Garlington will deliver a sermon today at 11 a.m. at St. Mathews Holiness Church. The revival will continue through next week with Elder L. F. Wrenn as the speaker. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. Lula Coltrane of 421 East Washington St. announces the engagement of her niece, Patricia Elinor Jones and Airman Charles Thomas Gripper, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. George Geter of 709 Clinton St. The wedding will take place Saturday, July 2, in St. Mary's Methodist Chuch at Trinity. Miss Jones, a graduate of William Penn High School, attends the Woman's College of the Uni- MRS. RAZZIE SELLERS Police Chief Has Enough Of Monkey YORK, S.C. <AP) - Poll* Chief ICecil Chandler has had about enough monkey jilnei, thank you. It started Friday night-it a rodeo. The chief said the monkey attended the rodeo with its owner, G. W. Few of Graer, but ran away. Tte police got a call from a private home that a monkey had come into the hall and nipped 7- year-old Diane Matthews on the leg. Officers captured the monk about a block from the home and took it to a veterinarian's. But Saturday morning, th» monk was on its way again. This time the sheriff's office got a call that a monkey was walking down Kings Mountain Road. Chief Chandler's men went out again, captured the monkey again and again took it to the veterinarians. No charges. Thomas A. Edison took more than 1.000 patents. out Puzzle Solution MRS. HENRY Carl Chavis Y Will Honor Mom, Dad e ordained .for the Atonement riars. Following the Mass diner will be served in the school all at 1 members of the family, and riends. Fr. Conrad attended Fairview versity of North Carolina at Greensboro where she is a rising junior. Airman Gripper, also a graduate of William Penn High School, attended Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte before entering the Air Force in October, 1959. The Religious Emphasis Committee of Carl Chavis YMCA having its annual program today at 5 p.m. The special feature oi the program will be honoring the Father and Mother of the Year. Nominees for father of the year LINGERIE SHOWER Miss Patricia Jones, bride-elect of July, was honored recently with a surprise lingerie shower in the parlor of Mendenhall Hall on the campus of the Woman's College of the University of North f. . , t vw*»»»O*» V* «A1V> UU1 f \^l Oil-J pm for the clergy Carolina at Greensbor o. lementary School and William enn High School from which he as graduated in 1949. Cottons.. Flower-Fresh FIT For A QUEEN! Bring back the bandbox beaufy of your cottons with our exclusive LUSTRE SHEEN Cleaning and resizing. LUSTRE-SHEEN revitalizes the fabric, revives the colors, restores the fit. • STORE THOSE WINTER CLOTHES NOW • 2.00 Box Includes $100 Insurance 4.95 Box Includes $250 Insurance HIGH POINT'S ONLY SOFT WATER LAUNDRY Hunt 88 2-3393 210-212 PINE STREET Following the shower of gifts by the 20 guests, all Woman's College classmates of the honoree, games were played. The guests were then served refreshments of decorated bridal cakes, nuts, mints and punch. The table was covered with a white lace cloth over a green underlay. Miss I Jewel Anthony of High Point assisted with the serving. Decorations in the green and white motif were used throughout the parlor. The hostesses were Miss Edith Mayfield of Winston-Salem, who will foe a bridesmaid, and Miss Clara Withers of Charlotte, roommate of the bride-elect during her freshman and sophomore years at j the Woman's College. are W. F. McDonnell Dr. J. C. Morgan, and C. W. Robinson. The nominees for mother of the year are Mrs. Henry F. Amaker, Mrs. T. F. Sanders, and Mrs. Razie Sellers. The winners will be crowned Father and Mother of the year. Music will be furnished by the St. Mary'* Methodist Church of Trinity. The Father's Day address will be delivered by the Rev. Cleo M. McCoy, director of Religious Education, A&T College, Greensboro. The Rev. W. P. Cole, chairman of the Religious Emphasis Com. mittee, will preside. The other members of the committee are Ed Ashworth, Ira Simpson, Robert Cartright, and G. H, Garlington. The public is invited to this program. The Carl Chavis YMCA Board of Management will hold its final meeting for the summer Wednes- day at 12 noon Special guest for the luncheon meeting will be representatives of the United Fund. The Finance .Committee will meet on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Solve-A-Crime Solution Howie Vogel. He had admitted bringing the newspaper into the room, and he claimed to have left at "about 3:30." But a newspaper printed before 3:30 could not possibly have carried a story about a theater holdup after a matinee performance. The matinee would not have ended until quite some time after 3:30. CLUB TO MEET The Patrician Club will meet at the, home of Mrs. Australia Boger Monday at 8 p.m. SAVINGS CLUB The Social Industrial and Savings Club will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Ruth Brevard, Taylor St. Mrs. .tvelyn Allen is hostess. MOTHERS TO MEET The Mothers of the Mother and Daughter Club will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. Brooks Center. at (he Daniel TALENT PROGRAM There will be a talent program tonight at 8 p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church: The senior usher board members the program. are sponsoring MUSICAL PROGRAM The Golden Tones of Charlotte will sing at Pearson Memorial Methodist Church today at 3 p.m JUNIOR USHERS The Junior Usher Board of the First Baptist Church will mee at the home of Mrs. Sylvia McDonald, 30Z Hobsor. St., today at 3 p.m. MUSICAL PROGRAM The Golden Tones from Charlotte and the Heavenly Gospel Singers and several other musical groups will sing at Oak Grove Christian Church on Furlough St. tonight at 7:30. GEORGE MORRISON George Vide Morrison, 61, 609 lulda St., died Friday morning n High Point Memorial Hospital. Vfr. Morrison had been a patient in the hospital 25 days. Born in Warsaw, he moved to this city 8 years ago to establish residence. He was a member of Tern>le Memorial Baptist Church and a former member of the usher x>ard. Survivors are the wife. Mrs. Henrietta Morrison of the home; >ne son, Jimmie Washington, D.C.; and five brothers. Morrison of three sisters afternoon at 3 o'clock from Temple Memorial Baptist Church by [he Rev. L. L. Macon. Burial will follow in Greenhill Cemetery. j The body will remain at the Haizlip Funeral Home until funeral hour. NOTICES OF THANKS I wish to extend sincere thanks and appreciation for the many kindnesses, messages of love and floral tributes tendered by my friends, neighbors and relatives at the passing of my husband, r^n» Turner. Your thoughtfulnsss dii] much to lift my heart. MRS. SOPHRONIA TURNER We, the family of the late Mrs. Rosa Davis wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the kindness, sympathy and floral tributes extended by our relatives, neighbors and friends during our tune of bereavement. Your houghtfulness shall never be forgotten. Mrs. Marie Easterling & Family TOUSSABVT L'OUVERTURE LODGE Lodge No. 524 will observe its annual St. John's Day thanksgiving service today at 3 p.m. at Mount Vernon Baptist Church. The Rev. F. 0. Bass will be the speaker and all members are asked to 'brag baskets for dinner. YWCA CALENDAR MONDAY: 9-12 noon, Pre-Teen girls. Story hour, dramatizations, music. 1-3 p.m., Y-Teen girls. Games. 7 p. m., Food Service Committee meeting. Furniture Committee meeting. 8 p.m., Y- Teen Committee meeting. TUESDAY: 9-12 noon, Pre-Teen girls. Bible Stories. Music, free swimming. 1-3 p.m., Y-Teen girls. Games, music. 7 p. m., Young Adult Council meeting. 8 p.m., Y- Modernette Club meeting. WEDNESDAY: 9-1J noon, Pre- Teen girls. Story hour, dramatizations, finger painting. 1-3 p.m., Y-Teen girls. Games and songs. 7 p.m.. Membership Committee meeting. THURSDAY: 9-12 noon. Pre- Teens. Music, games, cook-out. 13 p. m.,Y-Teen girls. Square Dane- ng. 7:30 p.m., First meeting of Y-Philthrophist Club. 8 p.m., Blue Triangle club meeting. FRIDAY: WJ noon. Pre-Teen girls. Handicraft!. M p.m., Y- IS FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES . . . AND FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES AL- WAYS CALL US. OUR 59th YEAR • JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 106 N. WRENN ST. 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