4 F - S - THE PimtURGH COURIER ; April . 190 Looking In And Around Nashville By IVAN ETTA H. DAVIS t il) J, I r : v - The Honor Societies of Cameron High School are sponsoring the thud annual Inspiration Day program. Kach year an Individual v ln has achieved national rec - ouniiioti or distinction and Is a product oi the - Nashville Public Schools M honored. During the program, the induction ceremonies for inductees to the Honor Societies are lieJd. This yar Lieut. Col. George A. Roberts has been selected as t!i? honoree. He is a graduate of IVail High School and Fisk Uni i - isii anil saw action in both W'orl.i" War II and the Korean War Lieut. Col. Roberts gradu - aicl ftom the Associated Ad - I (Quartermaster Officers Course conducted at Fort Lee, Va . and Subsistence Technology ( omeai tli Quartermaster Sub - .siswvice School. Chicago, 111. He It. i been awarded the Bronze siir medal nnd the Commendation iibhon with metal pendant. At the present time Lt. Col. Rob - iris and hi. - family reside at Flie - e. - !istra - vp Kaiserslautern, German;. However, his parents resale .ti I H' - j Hawkins St., here, "lis. i - :ii;iieih C. Reed is advisor Li the I Ii unit - Societies and Oscar Charleston By Mr E The 12ih annual tea to bene - fn the building fund of Morris Sin - ei Baptist Church, will be Idd April 10. Mrs. Hattie P. Holmes and Mrs Mary Chapman x.ill be co - chairmen. Miss Crtha . I Smalls, secretary, and Rev. J. .1 Abbey, pastor. The Willing Workeif of Mt. ; i..i! ANfK Chinch sponsored a ' i'.u thflay Party" recently, ' at Keul ("entet. Mrs. J.'rkson Kl.odes. - H esulent and Rev. S. A. down, pastor. Guests: sat at - a - l. - s d. - .Ignatius' their birth jii - niths. The Last Side Youth Club held I vuistiu lions for boys 8 - 12 years oi ai;f for the I ttle League at Unbelt Gould Shaw Club. Lee J. l'eiiieti. pi o ;icf n I; Daniel Wi'iu;hi. diiectot " I1S JAM - : KDWARDS. a retired ii - athir over 50 years of .; l.oi.uit - ti a' the annual I"T ha at the school which ! ii v tier name, i Any. John V. iihieu. or.ee a student at the . i. oi. w.i Kucst speaker. Mrs. 1 i. in.i S irr.mals. president of i 1' TA; Daniel Williams, prin - ll I n City Federated Clubs pre - s in - I Miss Mildred Jenkins in a s reiital April 4 .at Tabernacle Haplist Church. Mrs. Willi. - ItM ua Wright, chairman; Mrs. I. in , He Williams, president. iiiliam Dcas, a Charleston ehel. is noted for his "She Crab Soup " This soup was served to the joint chiefs of staff at the annual Capitol Hill luncheon, as a delicacy of South Carolina. ii:s. i:rTA i.akk and ;en,i;e TuIIxti. co - chnirmen for the .NAACP membership drive, want nrnoiic to help put the p.o::r.iin "Ver. Tin goal is 1,000 in 'cbers for Charleston. News fi mi C hicago. 111.: Ezel - !i iJnoili won fifth pi c? in the " Ajje popularity contest. Miss ::ni;h was sponsored by her ;o'i:t Miss Fra.i' - es Murray. They u:e i arid - niece and niece of R. Jackson is principal at the Cameron High School. MB. AND MRS. Flem B. Otey II. will introduce their new daughter - in - law to "friends at a reception. April 10, 7 to 10 P.M. Their son. First Lt. Flem B. Otey III, was married to Miss Voshike Sasagawa in Tachikawa. Japan on March 16. Mrs. Flem B. Otey III is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shigeehi Sasagawa. William H. Fort has been out of the city for several weeks. He has been training men in Dallas and Fort Worth. Tex., for the Universal Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Pearl Goro. wife of President George W. Gore. Jr.. of Florida A&M I'niversity, Tallahassee, Fla., spent several days in the city visiting Mrs. Maud Miller . . . Miss Sadie Gasaway spent a week home visiting her mother and sister. Miss Gasaway is doing graduate studya Cornell University. Mrs. Henry Arthur Kean has announced the engagement of her daughter Carroll to Samuel Waymer Williams. The very handsome couple will say "I Do," June 3. Carroll is the daughter of the late Coach Henr.y Arthur Kean and Mrs. Bessie F. Kean. by the Sea M Parka Mrs. L. J. Chapman and Mrs. E. M. Parker here. Mrs. Ellen Maxwell is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson in Jamaica. L. I. DKANNA ELLINGTON, "Miss Pioneer" of Simonton School, delivers over 100 papers to her subscribers. Miss Ellington also won a prize in the Negro history congest for her scrapbook, sponsored by the Links, Inc. Mathematics teachers from Burke High School: Misses Ma J I m " " NASHVILLE GRAY LADIES - Hubbard Hospital's nursing director, Mrs. Eleanor Winder, caps the last of the first group of Gray Ladies for Meharry Medical College and Hubbard Hospital last week when the American Red Cross volunteers were welcomed to the Nashville hospital. Mrs. Winder capped the 18 Gray Ladies as Mrs. J. CollinsThurman, ARC volunteer field consultant, presented pins, and David Steine, chapter chairman, Nashville - Davidson County Chapter ARC, presented VJf if PLENTY OF SUPPORT Telegrams and Utters offering support and congratulations to students involved in lunch - counter "sit - in" demonstrations filled huge bulletin board at Fisk University. Messages poured In from all over the country. Viewing them are, left to right: Mrs. Bus Driver Indicted in Fatal Bus Accident CAMDEN. Ala. An indictment of one count of second degree manslaughter was returned here last week by a grand Jury against David Jackson. 18. student - driver of the ill fated school bus which was struck by a freight train March 22. near Coy. Jackson was released under SI. 000 bond. Six children died in the accident. rie Houston. H. Louise Mouzon, Mrs. G. O. Hutchinson and science teacher. J. Michael Graves, acted as iudges for the Second Annual Math Fair held at Simon - ton School by the "Math" Club. The James Carringtons of Washington Park have moved to Los Angeles. Calif. Th,ey are the parents of five children. Mr. Car - rington was employed at the Navy Yard and Mrs. Carrington was hygenist at the McClellan - Bjsnks Hospital. Mrs. Erdell Duncan is now making her home in New York City. She was a beautician here. ' "; , - .. . v ' . .., 1 SPEAKER - Dr. William E. Stevenson, former president of Oberlin (Ohio) College, will give the principal Tus - kegee Founders Day address Sunday. April 10. at I P. M., in the Logan Hall Auditorium at Tuslcegee Institute. certificates. Mrs. Betty Leonard, director of ARC volunteer services, presided over the capping ceremonies. The Meharry - Hubbard Gray Ladies included: Mmes. Bernice Thomas, unit chairman; Naomi Crockett, Louise Fletcher, Velma Goodwin, Pauline Hayden, fetha Henderson, Virginia Johnson, Florentia Jones, Willie M. Kimmons, Marie Manlove, Bertha Moore, Fannie M. Pullen, Bertha Randolph, Rhea Tarleton, Frances Taylor. Willie Ward. Mary Webb and Ethel White. Anne Cheatham, dean of students; ful Laprad, sophomore, Delphi, Ind.; Maxine Walker, senior, Nashville, Tenn.; Audrey McDonald, senior, Sumter, S. C, and Emma Angeline Butler, president of Student Council, a junior from Eastover, S. C. 366th Inf. Regiment Plans Reunion In Hampton, Va. HAMPTON, V. Veteran of the S66th Infantry Regiment are planning; to hold theb - first nation - wide reunion July 2 - 4, at Hampton, Va. Accommodations are unlimited. Contact Lieut. Col. James H. Carr or MSgt. William H. Finnic at Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va., or Major John T. Martin, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Washington, D.C., for reservations. Ghana Ambassador Now in Russia MOSCOW ( AN P ) The first Ghana Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Mr. John Banks Elliott, said on his arrival here last week Ghana was "proud to count the U.S.S.R. amongst her friends." Mr. Elliott was speaking at the presentation of his credential, to President Klimenti Voroshilov.
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