Waco Tribune-Herald from Waco, Texas on August 1, 1954 · Page 27
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Sunday, August 1, 1954
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New Clifton Church Lavs Cornerstone CLIFTON, July 51 —SPL- Last Sunday afternoon the cornerstone of the Cumberland Presbvtenan Church was laid with the Tree and Accepted Masons in charge under the direction of District Deputy O E. Nelson and the host lodge No. 499, Jim Rrown, mx>rshipful master. Other Masonic groups present uere Rrwque Valley No. 96, Nathan Kinner. worshipful master; Sidne\ Creene No. 31$. W. M. Estelle, worshipful master: Pride of Waco No. McGregor, and Crawford Fastem Stars were from Rosque Fhd. No 2S5, Mrs. Ella Robinson, worthy matron; and the Heroines of .’encho, Mrs. Nealy Broun, worthy matron. The srrmon for the cornerstone ceremony was delivered by Rev H 'V. Grant of Fort Worth. O. E. Nelson of Fort Worth served as the master of ceremonies. Visitors were present from Hillsboro. Fort Worth, Whitney. Waco. Valley Mills, Morgan McGregor. Craw- fmri and Meridian. The Braros River Presbytery will meet in Chfton Aug. 3-8 with all of the auxiliaries The auxiliaries «re Younj; People's Work. Elder Edward Robinson, president: Sun day School Convention, Elder Joseph Oliver, president; Woman's Mission Work. Mrs. Ella Robinson, president of the missionary society. Rev. DeShong Smith is the moderator. 1 izzie Lane Service 1 leld SAN AUGUSTINE— SPL —Services for Mrs Lizzie Lane, 77. were held July 21, ut Mt. Zion Baptist Church in San Augustine. Texas, with Rev. H. Canton officiating Burial was m Lane Cemetery’. She w as the mother of John Lane of Waco, Waco fnends attending RETIRES — Van Top Henley, "Top," to his many fnends in the Cameron organization, has retired after 43 years with the company. He started to work for the Cameron Company May 13, 1911, as a janitor at the Waco retail yard and in 1938 was transferred to the Ideal Factory where he remained until his retirement which became effective June 30. Kirk il$on Handicapped Children Take ("amp Trip Steers Eye Conference Grid Title TYLER — SPI,— The Texas College Steers eyed the return of four Korean veterans this full to push the third-place entry higher in the final standings of the Southwest Conference. Stan Griffin of Kansas City, Bill Rowe of Amanllo, and Cliff Eviage of Frederick, Okla , all members of the Steers second-place 1951 grid entry, are out of service and expect to return here for the opening football practice on Sept. 1. while l^n **You-Too” Tolbert of Kilgore will be discharged on Sept. % and is due to join the Steer workouts immediately afterward. The big push from this quartette is expected to come from Griffin and Tolbert, who were both regulars on one of the best elevens that Coach Fred Long has fielded in his five seasons at the helm of the Steers. Griffin was a rugged standout guard on the ’51 entry and added to his football experience with two seasons of service grid activity. He w ill be a senior w ith one more season of play. Tolbert, a hard running fullback, has two- years of eligibility left with the locals. He was a member of the Texas champion 440 and 880 relay in the track season of 1952 and one of the fastest members of the squad. The Kilgore speedster weighs 195 pounds now compared to the 178 two years ago and should solve the fullback problem that pestered the Steers last fall. Three outstanding prep stars have enrolled at Texas College and will cast their lot with the Steers OFF TO CONVENTION— Dr. G. H. Radford, Waco dentist, left Waco this morning for Indianapolis, lnd.r to attend the 41st annual convention of the National Dental Association. Dr. Radford expects to return to Waco Aug. 20 . M. R. Jarmon Rites Held Funeral services for Moses R Jarmon were held at St. Luke AME Church Monday with Rev. E. C. Gibson officiating. Others who appeared on the program were Rev. M. H. McDowell and Rev. Marvin C. Griffin, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church. Burial was made in Greenwood Cemetery. Double Rites Are Held For A»ed Couple Double funeral services were held for Mr. and Mrs. Preston Adams in Gatesville last Sunday. The funeral was held at Sweet Home Baptist Church with Rev. W. M. Carter officiating. Burial was in Gatesville Cemetery. Others who participated in the service were Rev. Norman Henderson, Rev. O. C. Clayton and Mrs. G. L. Delley. Mrs. Adams died July 21 and Mr. Adams died July 23. Both were over 100 years old. Mrs. Adams had been sick for some time before her death. Warn ÍHJraw-fceralñ Sunday, August 1, 1954 Waco, Texas—Sec. H—Pag* 13 Mr. Jarmon was born in Gid- this fall. Charley White and Dan dings June 13. 1886. He married Smith, end and halfback respeo* Mrs. Tennic E. Nunn in Giddings tively on Coach Red Robert's hus- *n 1914. thng Huntsville eleven and Ray Early in May he became ill and Andersons Back From Vacation Trip Northwest Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Anderson returned recently from a trip to Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash. In Washington they were the guests of Capt. and Mrs. Jon C. Eichelberger. While there Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith, and Sgt. and Mrs. Price of Fort Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson took a sight-seeing trip to Victoria, Canada. The Andersons returned home by the way of Denver, Colo., where they were the guests of Mrs. Anderson’s father, N. S. Taylor, who is employed by the United States Geology research laboratory as a technician. Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Booker were hosts during their vis- ! it in Denver. Jackson, the hustling fullback from Moore High in Waco are all expected to make a strong bid for a starting berth. Church Tea Scheduled was moved to Austin where he remained until his death July 18. He is survived by two sons, Bonnie T. Jarmon of San Diego, Calif., and Lawrence L. Jarmon of Lubbock; two daughters. Mrs. Juvenia Goodman of Jacksonville, Fla , and The Missionary Societv of St. Miss Lois Jarmon of San Diego Thirteen physically handicapped i camp site on the North :neral were Mr. and Mrs. E R ttMWT Mrs Mane Grant and •*»•* and prls went on theirjirst River Mrs. Pear! Courtney. Florida College to Open Fmithall Season Sept. 25 TALLAHASSEE. July 31—SPL- Florida A and M University's Rattlers defending champions of capped, th* Southern Intercollegiate Ath-! teacher letic Conmerence (SIAO, will open th# ’54 grid season against the Teva« College Steers here September 25 inBragg stadium. camping trip sponsored by Delta Some of the kiddies were In Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi braces, several were in wheel Beta Sorority Inc chairs, some were hard of hearing. They boarded the school bus at others were cardiacs, but this the home of their teacher, Mrs didn't matter with them. Mattie A. W’ade. Their camp activities were very Paul AME Church will sponsor a silver tea Aug. 8 from 4-45 p. m. in the home of the president. Mrs. Bosque G. R. Shannon og 1133 Earle Avenue. Calif.: two grandson granddaughters. and Chaneys Relum Home Antioch Baptist Church Circle Holds Meeting Antioch Baptist Church Circle Holds Meeting Busy Bee Circle No. 4 of the Antioch Beptist Church met recently in the home of Mrs. Rosa Lee Gregory of 1701 Bagby Street. The lesson was taught by Mrs. two j Queen Ester Love. Members present were Mrs. Mary Shelby. Mrs. Laura Ray, Mrs. Hattie Larkin, Mrs. Joana Ringo, Mrs. Rosa Lee Gregory, Mrs. Queen Ester Love, president; MARRIED — Lt. and Mrs. P. E. Boardingham were married July 17 at Toliver's Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. O. L. Hegmon officiating. Mrs. Boardingham is the former Miss Evelyn Touchstone. The couple left for a brief honeymoon in Kansas City, Mo. Miss Evelyn Touchstone, Lt. Boardingham Married Miss Evelyn Touchstone and 2nd.. College and is employed as a regis- Lt. Paul Boardingham were mar- tered nurse at the Veteran’s Ad- ried July 17 at Toliver’s Chapel ministration Hospital The groom 1* ' the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Willing Workers Circle No. 3 of j ^rs* Mattie Grays, Mrs. T\,A. Aus- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Chaney of Antioch Baptist Church met recent- anf* ^rs. Lizzie Mae Thornton. 829 Taylor Avenue have returned ly in the home of Mrs. Maiy Mrs. Pauline Hughes was a vis- home after a vacation in Kings- Evans. The lesson of the meeting | itor. Children of the Kirk-Wilson’s spe much like those for other boys and ' uherethey visited the^ sister was^ brought by Mrs. ^Pcrr>^ _ cial education class for the phvsi- girls Some tried fishing, while oth Peoples Group camped out with their ers did handicrafts, some played and Mrs Rebecca Ed- games, some tried kodaking and wards, speech therapist those went on hikes Mrs. Levee Smith, school nurse They were out of luck when it came out daily to check the kid- came to fishing. The fish just dies Mrs. Cora Bennett. Miss Ver- wouldn’t bite for the youngsters sm Mae Lindsay, Anti-Basileus of Mrs. Bertha Brandon. Mrs. Ross the local Zeta Chapter and several Sams Sr., Mr. Jack Pearce and parents helped the campers. The youngsters camped for three days and nights at the Ross Sams’ Slates Meeting Rev. Thomas Porter, pastor of --------------------------Shiloh Missionarv Baptist Church . 11*1 and mnderator «f «he PWfWvr [ JUHlKir 1111111 Wins Game Mr. J. S. Henry* visited them. Friday afternoon they held a wiener roast with mothers and fathers and members of the local Zeta Chapter. Seventy-five guests attended. Alonza Smith. Eddie Joe Mack. Curtis Dunbar. Dorothy and brother-in-law, Rev. and Mrs | Those present were Mrs. Willie N. L. Lang. They also visited Anthony, Mrs. Cora Gregory, Mrs. Matamores. Mexico. From Kings- Estella Sadler, Mrs. Eloise Smith, ville Mr. and Mrs. Chaney went to Mrs. Shields, Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. Carlsbad Caverns in Carlsbad. Florene Garrett. Mrs. F. D. Love. N. M. president and Mrs. W. P. Perry. NEWS OF THE NEGRO COMMUNITY Centexans Visit Williams Cains Centexans who visited the farm of Mr. and Mrs. William Cain of Cassopolis, Mich., during the summer are Hermit Ray, Mrs. Kermit Ray, Mrs. W. E. Drake, W. E. Drake, Mrs. E. E. Wise, Mrs. L. M. Scott of Mart, Mrs. N. L. Pat- tam, S. Cain and Mrs. Z. Daniels. While in Michigan the group visited Cuptat Beach and Benton Harbor. same tim* ciation wil tist Oiurct All sessions of the asso­ be held at Shiloh Bap- on Houston Street. People s Association, announced this week the association will meet at Shiloh Aug. 4-# The Women's Missionary Society. Brotherhood, Sunday School and BY PI’ Convention will meet at the the second week of the split term Regma’d Nicholr at Dunbar High School the enrollment increased from 229 to 232. Each home room has been busy organizing home room clubs. Dunbar's girls and boys softball teams play games every Wednesday night at the Legion Field in West. On July 21 the boys and girls played the white boys and girl* The Dunbar girls lost their game sas. North and South Dakota and various parts of Canada for a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cotton. Hogan. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cotton Jr. Bobby Wilson. Claudia New, Betty and family, J. H Henderson of Go- monfh w ith the Jasper Steers base- Wells. Beverly Franklin. Clifton linda, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D Wall team. Jackson pitched and WEST. July 31 —SPL— During Evans. Clarence Rauls. Elzie Bon- Cotton visited Mr. and Mrs. David Vernon played centerfield. Workshop Srhdeuled PRAIRIE VIEW —SPL— From Aug. 3-13, the Prasne View A. and M. College school of home economics will hold a workshop in parent education. Bob Jen kins. Mrs. Mattie Wade. Mrs. Rebecca Edwards, Mrs. Vasa Wilson. Mrs Lucille Wells. Miss Versia M. Lindsay. Mrs. Addie Forbinc. Mrs Addie V. McClennan and George McClennan attended. Humphrey of Fort Worth recently. Mrs. Emma Lee Carroll, Mrs. Beatrice Black and grandson. Le- 1210 South Third roy, left Waco Tuesday for Pitts- stationed in San burgh. Penn. They were accompa- Leslie T. Beane Jr.. son of Mrs. Ideila Herd of Street, is now Houston Leader Is Visitor Here Goodwill Community Hold« ‘Green Tree Tea’ by ai score of 1* to U The pitching I ^ ^ in Uaro ^ ¿,a of Miss Peggy Wilson was the fea ()V„_ Shr is Ä natlv„ Waeoan anf Ivan j Diego, Calif. H i s address is: : nied by Mrs. Athal Robertson and jt SNTC. 4515653, Co. Î01, San Die- Miss Sylvanìa Black of Marlin, go 33, Calif. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Wright of 924 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackson Jr Oakwood Street is now at home Jean and of 101* Preston Street were host from J«mes Connally Hospital. \t rr o v- .u km i j #nd hostess Monday at a luncheon Mrs Iv B _Nathan. political and|(or Mr amt Mrt Arlhur jtck50n Airman 2 -c Anna Morris »as a Sr and Mrs. GUlie Hawkins, all of <?*nn" guest of Mr*. Johnnie Mae Robinson civic leader in Houston spent sev- eia* and Members of the Goodwill Com- iurT game. Dunoar boys attended Moore High .School and muniTy Club gave a “Green Tree won th*ir b>’ a 5 to 4 score T«.Xas Southern University in Hous- Tea** recently at the residence of j behind the pitching of Edward ton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilcrease of Steward and Jimmie Thompson. She is the membership secretary 113J Renick Avenue. Clubs repre- ---------------- and the chairman of the entertain- sented at the tea were the City- An American man of 65 can ex- ment committee of the Houston wide Beauticians, Spiritual Work- pect an average of about 13 more Branch of the National Association ers and the Everyready Commum- years of life and a woman about for the Advancement of Colored ty Club 15S years. People. Wright of 924 Oakwood Street recently. | Roscoe Scott of the Air Force Is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs R. C. Scott Sr. of 708 Taylor Avenue. Vernon Hicks and Alvin Jackson returned home recently after touring West Texas, Oklahoma, Kan- Yivian Littlejohn Holds 6th Birthday Celcbation Vivian Carol Littlejohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Littlejohn of 1330 Cain Homes, celebrated her sixth birthday recently. Attending were David E. Davis. Linda Boldridge, Marilyn Stanley, Marie and Charles Lewis. Patricia Ann Berken. John Wilson Smith, Katherine Iavem Golbert. Irene Alexander. Carylon Calhoun, Ruby Alice Henry, Patsy Blackburn, Isiah and Donald White, Samuel, William and Patricia Littlejohn. Parents present were Mrs. Daisy Davis, Mrs. Boldridge and Mrs. Mary L. Stanlev. Baptist Church with Rev. 0. L Hegmon officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Goldie Touchstone and was given in marriage by her father. For the ceremony the bride wore a ballerina length dress of white chantilly lace over satin. A lace tiara caught her elbow length illusion veil and she carried a white Bible with stephanotis and carnations atop. Mr. Bertha Henderson, a cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Herbie Yancy, Mrs. Loraine Smith, Miss Bertha Hook and Miss Cecil Touchstone. They wore white, pink and blue embroidered organdy bal lenna length dresses and white lace hats and their bouquets were of contrasting pink and blue daisies. James Touchstone, brother of the bride, was the best man and the groomsmen were Otis Gowan Jr., Tilmon Henderson, Billy Touchstone and Tommie Lang. Gladiola, palms and candelabra formed the alter background for the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Moore son Boardingham and is a graduate of Dunbar High School of Texarkana and of Prairie View College. After the ceremony the reception was held in the recreation hall o! the church. The table was covered with a white lace cloth which held a three-tiered cake with cascading pink roses, wedding bells and a pink statue atop. Luvern Ross Service Held Funeral services for Luvern Ross, killed in an automobile accident July 19, were heM mt the Church of God on Earle Avenue July 24. Elder W. E. Burton officiated. Others on the program were Elder R. Green, Elder A. L. Stallian, Deacon Guy Kendricks, Elder S. M. Jackson, Mrs. Idessa Brandon, Miss Ophelia Green, Mrs. Pinkie Branche and Mrs. Zenora Kendricks. Burial was made in the High School and of Prairie View 1 Robinson Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Lindsey and praoe Officers to Meet children, and sister, Mrs. Jessie Mae Walker, of Dallas, visited The 19th annual convention of , their sisters and their families, j the Texas Negro Peace Officers Mr. and Mrs. D. Jackson, and Mr. Association will be held in San Anand Mrs. A. Satchel last Sunday, tonio Aug. 17, 18 and 19. All ses- Miss Nancv Belle Satchell returned sions will be held in the west to Dallas with them. I winS of the Municipal Auditorium. Coach Jimmy Stevens, his wife, the former Miss Jocelyn Cain, and their sons, James and Robert, are PflftV visiting in the home of their uncle J and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pat- ■ \( RfCSC HoillC tan. Sisters Honored LOSE EVERYTHING IN FIRE—Mr. ond Mrs Freddi« Edwards and fomily lost everything in a fire which destroyed their home at 1624 South Fourth Street July 24 Members of the fomily are, left to right, front row: Aiverette, 9; and Willit Let, 4; back row; l^ory Mat, 15; Mrs Edwords, 42; Paroîee, 15 months; Freddie Edwards, 47; Raymond Lee, 9, and Emma Lucile, 6. All the children saved was a doll which was ot the home of their qrondmother, Mrs. Para Lee Hoys of 818 South Second Street, where the family is living temporarily. Th* fothêr It ufwnployW. (Photo by Dovli Studio)« Mr, and Mrs. Hence Miles of Mansfield visited Mr. and Mrs. W. I*. Moore of Harrison community last week. Mrs. Clarice Smith and children of Los Angeles, Calif., visited relatives and friends in Waco while they were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Henderson of 541 Harlem Street. The group went to Houston where they visited their brother, Eddie Sedberry. Billie David Covington spent a week in Fort W’orth with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jackson. He is son of David D. Covington, in Japan, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Moody Jackson of 801 Olive Street. Glenn Maxwell, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Oliver of 604 South Seventh Street, is a member of the Hillside baseball team in the South San Francisco summer recreation program in California. Mrs. Delphyn Palmer and her sons, Jay Fuller and Gilbert Allen, of Houston are visiting relatives here. Mrs. V. O. Johnson of 1428 North Seventh Street, returned home with them after spending three weeks in the home of Mrs. Palmer. News items intended for publication on this page should be sent to F. M. Johnson Jr., 1428 North Seventh Street, phone 3-1197, in order to reach him on or before Tuesday i t met wmk, The lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Scottie Reese was the scene of a party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wr. J. Kennard and Mrs. Charlie W’alls of Los Angeles, Calif. The honorees are sisters of Mrs. Reese. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Boykins, Mr. and Mrs. Acie Hatchett, Mrs. Evelyn Motes, Mr. and Mrs Valmer Carr, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Luther B. Fountain, Mr. and Mrs. Gain Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eunice T. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Cokie Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. W’illie Bonner, Miss Edyth B. Anderson. Lt. Melvin P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Smith, Harold Johnson, W’ayman Dever, Mr. and Mrs Ollie Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Goodman and daughter Rose Marie of Jacksonville, Fal., Mesdames M. I. Flew'ellen, Ivy Simmons, W. H. 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