The Durham Sun from Durham, North Carolina on October 18, 1954 · 6
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The Durham Sun from Durham, North Carolina · 6

Durham, North Carolina
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Monday, October 18, 1954
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ISDC-A THE DUEHAM SUN MONDAY OCT U 19M t&he Womens Sphere Sarah S Cash Editor Dial 2-2123 Honoring Mr Evan— Durham Hadassah Has Many National Cuests At Fete - A : A is a PARTNER with the medicine and treatment administered to ailing employes in the mertiral department of Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co Miss Floy Ray above is shown with a patient Van VMl Miss Ray aupervisor of the department has been with the company for 24 years —Sun Staff Photo Marriage Of Marion Leinly IsAnnounced I WINSTON-SALEM — The marriage of Miss Marlon Piatt Lem-ly daughter of Mr and Mrs Coo-rad Brows Lemly of this city to John Wffllem Harden Jr on Sept 24- is announced today by the bride's parents-The wedding took place at Hillsboro - Mrs Harden attended the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina In Greensboro She made her debut at 'the Terpsl-chorean Ball in Raleigh in 1953 She is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs William McKinney Piatt of Durham Mir Harden ife the son of John William Harden and the late Josephine Holt Harden of Greensboro He is presently a member of die Junior Clan of the Univer- ally of North Carolina at -Chapel Hill and a member of the Chi Psl Fraternity Mr and Mrs Harden are making their home in Chapel Hill NALC Auxiliary Elects Officers The monthly meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the National Association of Letter Carriers was held Friday evening at the home of Mrs Dorothy Martin Following the pledge to the flag Mrs Dorothy Warren presented a devotional talk based on the Ninty-first Psalm The following officers l elected to serve for the coming year: president Mrs Dorothy Harward vice president Mrs Nell Pennington secretary-treasurer Mrs Lola Goodwin chaplain Mrs Irene Dunne gan color bearer Mrs Mary Pope trustees: Mrs Virginia Gardner Mrs Doris Weaver Mrs 111a Mae Hend-ley A dessert course was served to the nine members who were present e Mrs Ben Lemert has returned to the city after two weeka atay at Carolina Beach Now lo-Colors (loir I HI7HIHTKS jNndMftmaM any annua ei m hutMt acwlannai i Wrtifal tooting rah '7 Tn Cnrac Cnicr I Mnipoo tutor h'i a Bcw hw ooiorma (bac n-aian toil hone M k - Tafcn only IT No wni far maka k'a ao aan r— ion MONI l m 14 : CKKE CJURHUMPOO 0000 FREE WITH IK CS GIFT BOOKS! Daconuva haaaock M and chartraww plaaic eov-rrias ISO othar valuaMs ‘ SAV-A-TAPEi By SARAH CASH "The nurse of today doesn't have as much bedside nursing as the days when I first wore the high -collared white garb” Miss Floy Ray supervisor of the medical department of Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co said ‘‘We used to nurse patients to death" Miss Bay said "We were always doing something for them either rubbing them or trying to comfort them in some way” she recalled She attributed the change to the fact “that patients get well quicker than they did some years ago For example ahe pointed out post operative care which sometime ago stretched into two weeks for appendectomy now la only several days The era of licensed practical nurses and nurses going into specialized Helds plus the organization of woman's auxiliaries in the hospitals lessens the bedside nursing to some degree she thinks Pleasant Job Miss Ray R N who has been associated with Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company for 24 yean says If she had her life to live over she'd still choose Industrial nursing The pleasant association with people in the mammoth tobacco company offers Just as many varied experiences si private duty or hospital nursing The dispensary the hew building on W Main Street la on the second floor and overlooks the research building across the street — and a grand view of the sky She recalls when she first assumed the position with the company that aha had little curtained-off petition In the old building She has watched the department grow Into the spacious office and treatment rooms with modern equipment She and her assistant Mias Liza Jones R N meet the patient or patients as or she flies by the waiting room giving each Individual attention “We treat everything from hang nails to injuries” she said (of course we have a great deal of minor and few major injuries) Our Job" she remarked "b preventive medicine as much as anything else and to keep the employes on the Job” Of course” she explained "the employes still have their private physicians If very 111 we advise them to see a doctor and if there's an emergency we send them to Mrs E J Evans last night was presented with a certificate of “The Wall of Healing” at the testimonial reception held in her honor by the Durham chapter of Hadassah at the Washington Duke Hotel Mrs Evans was entertained because of the honor of her recent election as national vice president of Hadassah Toastmistress for the event was Mrs J Kaplan president of the Durham chapter of Hadassah The invocation was given by Rabbi L Tuchman The organization presented "This b My Ufa” using slides pictures and boomed guests from the National Hadassah in New York and the Seaboard Region of Hadassah The theme of the program was the Inspiration of Mrs Evans' xionbt family and the family’s "guiding influence In her work with Hadassah and other humanitarian causes1 Guests who presented parts of her life were: Mrs - Israel Shapiro first president of the Seaboard Region of Hadassah of Baltimore Md her sisters Mrs George Lewin of Durham Mrs St Elizabeth Hospital in Richmond A Pierson of Kinston Mrs Paul Vs where she also did some pri- Fltegsl of Charlotte Mrs Lewis vate duty nursing I Samuels of Baltimore Md Mrs “There are many flelda of aura- 5 — ‘Not As Much Bedside Nursing Now’ Miss Floy Ray Observes' Miriam Croskln Mrs Henry Segal of Washington DC Mrs Evans’ son Boh Evans of Durham Mrs L Glads tein Jr of Durham aad Ben Rose of Durham Producing "This b My Life” were Mesdame M Gladsteia Mrs S Freedman producer and associate producer respectively: assisted by Mesdames R Upton E Wlshnove M Swartz and M Bogdonoff Mrs Henry Segal said to the honored guest "You have sanctified each day of your life by the contribution you gave to the people of Israel” Upon receipt of the certificate she responded "As an American I love freedom i wanted some of this freedom for the people of IsraeL Hadassah taught me how to love my people” The Young Judea Chons presented a program of music during the evening Mrs Juliet Benjamin of New York chairman of the national speakers bureau and national services of Hadassah spoke to the group on the Youth Aliyah's new objectives In bringing faint lies from Morocco and Tunisia to Israel Mrs A C Wilson presented a solo “I Believe” and the benediction wai given by Rabbi E Bosensweig- lug open — the nurse now b able to choose a successful career In public health private duty Industrial or specialize in surgical aura- lag or teaching” aha said Among Miss Ray's hobbies at her home on Englewood Avenue are gardening (which ahe hasn't -T -rnrV MlwEllte Morris Adcock pm-YWCA Blue Triangle skin iw daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe 8 Club will meet at the Y Sk£py Boy (who really Ulka)jAdcock dty 730 pm YWCA nomlMtllg Watching employes call st the £ £ rfDuSlc0nnitte wUl at Y' dpen“y at Msgrtt Myers tor Saturday evening in “‘y bsH sn hour Is taterestlng 0r£ Baptist Church As the door to the waiting room I nj — ltl A opens the nurse with their pleas- and ita Junes Luby Ben- 5 ant personalis cresting the help- to Goldsboro announce the etd ful and frtendhr atmosphere work gagement of their daughter Al- “f®” L J "“®J KL a Partnership with Uwlr treatment Lath Faye to Milton LeRoy Bad- A and pills People and their many m of Mr and Mrs Milton "1U 'JEJtTv-imw beliefs for cold remedies cause the Ingram Hudson of Jacksonville department to stock up on n vs- Fla The wedding b for 1 1 meet at “ “ Hills Club- riety of different colored and December 1 bouse varied medicines according tolm— g rgiiiin- I 8 pm— Durham Woman's Club Miss Ray And one man said the The marriage of mi— Margaret I meet In the Crystal Ballroom other day “What ‘“UdDe Chanier daughterrtMr the Washington Duke HotelDr pills? They sure got rid of that aBg Mrs Ollie Berry of V M Mulhdland will give iflus- cold In a hurry! Stovall and Andrew Thompson trated lecture on Korea Pittard Jr was solemnized Oct I Tuesday 10 at the Stovall Baptist Church I 10:30 am— WMU of the Watts Mr Pittard la the son of Mr and Street Baptist Church will hold Mrs Andrew Thompson Pittard combined circle and topic meet-of Buffalo Junction Va ling at the church Griffin Hoeha 11 am — YWCA membership The engagement of Mbs Mary committee will assemble at the Y Jodie Griffin daughter of Mr I g pm— Julian S Carr chapter and Mrs John Franklin Griffin of of the United Daughters of the The Durham Nursery School! Rock MoUBt- to Charles Taylor Confederacy will meet with Mrs celebrated Its October birthdays Ho®ka “- Irwin Cheason 404 W Knox St Thursday afternoon at I o'clock k?r?ar“!‘!Ih Mrs D E Miles and Mrs Harry with a party 15?®!? J?1® J0®® Jones win be eohoateaaea Mrs The school was decorated with Cka?LY 5SSk’ f“Wllmer I Smith win speak- crepe paper pumpkins cab aad I J"0®- The wedding will take place I "jj c Confederate Medical Serv-other colorful items suggestlva of I? aimary lcea" the Halloween season Cntra ranalniun lit nm— Seventh grade Carr Y-TfeenT wlD meet atY Bnmn the honS£®n1®!!?hi®r ored guests lighted tbs candles HONORED-Mrs E A Evans was entertained last sight at a testimonial reception by the Durham chapter of Hrdf— h at the Washington Duke Hotel because of the honor of being chosen as national vice president of Hidsssah Left to right: Mrs Henry Segal president of the Seaboard Region of Ktossah of Washington D C Mrs Evans who was presented as a climax of the program a certificate of "The Wall of Healing”: Mrs Juliet Benjamin representing the national board of Hadassah of New York City and Mrs J Kaplan president of the Durham chapter of Hadassah— Sun Stag Photo Sorority Plans Rushing Program For This Month On Monday evening Oct 11 the Beta Eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the : home of Mbs Frances Taylor at 922 Second St with Mrs Jean Weynand presiding The meeting was opened by all members saying In unison the opening ritual of Beta Sigma Phi The secretary Miss Frances Taylor called the roll aad rend the minutes of the last meeting Miss Pat Cox chairman of the service committee suggested that the chapter give milk to two needy school children Instead of the uial one since the government has reduced the price of milk to school children This motion was passed by all members present The rush captain Mbs Jo Ann Bolin reported there are 12 prospective members to be rushed this month She suggested Ideas for parties for the ruahees with the members voting on a Kiddy Party to be held within the next two weeks The next re will be held all new ruahees Uons to attend Mbs Carolyn Daniels gave the City Council report informing the Beta Eta members the plans for the Thanksgiving Service which b held annually by the three Durham chapters She discussed with the members plans for the coming Christmas dance The president discussed with the members the possibility of one or mow members of the chapter to attend the annual state convention of Beta Sigma Phi to be held at Winston-Salem the first weekend hi November The sorority voted to pay all the expenses for me member to attend or half the expenses of two The chapter voted to postpone tiie making of new by-laws of the chapter until the next meeting Members voted that the sorority scrapbook be kept by Mbs Millie Soon Program chairman Mbs Ann Rogers ‘introduced the guest speaker Robert M Kin ton who spoke on "Gracious Living” Mr Kin ton talked on the selection of china crystal and silverware pattern! telling - bow when and where each was made Following the program refreshments were served members and the guest speaker Those present were: Mbs Allca Bostick Mbs Jo Ann Bolin Mrs Jean Weynand Mbs Frances Taylor Mrs Jean Vickers Mbs Ana Rogers Mbs Pat Cox Miss Carolyn Daniels Mbs Millie Kora and Mrs Mary Buttry GOV A WIGHT PROBLEM LONG MEADOW COTTAGE CHEESE Call Lone Meadow for Homo Delivery the doctor's office or to the bos-pitaL" In the long treatment room there are three separated cubicles with comfortable beds and in addition there b an efficient up-to-date room which b used for examination and treatment Besides the administering of medicine and treatment for such ailments as colds ("our most popular ailment right now” Miss Ray said) employes may get medicines for other illnesses or drugs but these are given only by written order or prescription from their physician We even give wllergy shots' Mbs Ray pointed out which are also given by order of the physician ' In addition to the day-time duty of her and her assistant Miss Ray has a graduate nurse Mrs Elizabeth Tatum on night duty and there are two Negro nurses tn the stemmery In another of the company’s buildings She does all the buying of drugs and medicines for the department Miss Ray started In the business world instead of the Florence Nightingale career After studying business subjects and working tor a while ahe decided to follow the steps of her twin sister who had already begun training In nursing school She is a graduate of Watts Hospital School of Nursing and did postgraduate work In orea guesis ngmn ine fnmet Bble Hnmlctt Cites of this 7 I J? mi' kwmm ! Robert Lee Faustman son of YWCA membership meeting pro- Uw Hiltoww them EmU hM r?5U:M pm — YWCA Uoek tassf' nSmiWS!!l2Il PntiiEio’Dratol 7:10 P m- — Carr Junior High p4r°a” iuri”y I The tnggf"n of Mbs Cora I Seta PTA win assemble in the orated browandmanni 2ta J“ Srttato Johnson Ddoa Mhool auditorium Reception wffl E town toTeJSr S3d “ ODnntel b announced by her par- honor teachers BbtiHta nutsmd eiinig Mr and Mrs W C Partin 7:45 pmNorth Durham Bridge decortedV5S -Cartore Oj SSer “ Brt“d birthday bonoree Birthdag mp- ”SL ° Sf7®r' kina were placed at each setttag ® Mothers of the honored chO- 2 L“:re w n dreq were hostesses for the err e-1 Carro°roMctB°dist enuren- dies Club win meet at the Com- Special birthday music aad records were played Dr Mulliolland To Talk Tonight To Woman's Club Dr Vester Mulhdland of Ratelgh wUl present an illustrated lecture on Korea here tonight at I o'clock at the Washington Duke Hotel -J1° to John MarhaH 7:20 pm— The regular monthly Brummilt of Oxfordjs meetin n Northgate-Barfteld today by her pnrentaMr and school Mothers Club wffl be Mrs Owen Gnptra of Hendenon at the Barfield Center The wedding wffl taka dace Nov 73M pm-YWCA personality S1-- checkup group meets at the Y wEh initwii uhm P-m- YWCA social dandng Miu Ruth Elizabeth Mercer ofl for at y Oct I pedal guest of the Durham Wom- nOub internatioral BtioraK11? CbSrM Department pjyj The International Belationa De-I Stndlvaat— Caggln eram'Etile MnwrimeetineVtiw Miss Normal IT"® Sturdivant daughter of I Parents Club To Discuss School Needs The Parents Club of the South- lfnman'a riiiK In 4ho nwustal Kofi I miuuivaHh uou§uici W I iOT rilElUf liiUD OX UW oOUllr Wrauns Club tn the crystal ball-1 gmrti iWa child Care Center will meet D? Mulhollnil Dnrium ®f puubore Joh Coggin Tuewiay night October 19th at tl'b “T2LS d K'Jr" on 01 Ml John Coggin7:45 PJt at Southdd SchooL A 1' “ " SU?tT of this city and the late Mr Cog- round table discussion will be rr? M “ “ “ the session A social hour wffl fol- Subdistrict WHEN YOU USE Natural Gas For Cooking Water Heating and House Heating it is the Cheapest Automatic Riel You can Use Mhf ahaige far gram afreet In Public Service Co Of N C Ml "Naturally It’s Gat" ' INI low the business session and program WSCS Assembly Tomorrow Night m - The annual fall subdistrict meef-J ®I"“aS£1tsr ® Skrb- f of the Methodist Woman’s So-I Mcnenll ““P- ciety of Christian Service will be el Church m Thesdty eve Leu the North Durham Sub-I nlng at 9 o clock st the district ra Wednesday Oct 20' at sSa 5EL JESS s kl “ J'lhSS b The dtvbhm of the Durham adb-l 0 “Te charf® 01 district in the spring divided the the program Inumber of churches In half The 14 churches In the north subdis- Circle Meeting trict are: Branson Calvary Carr! ° I Memorial Duke’s Chapel Ml Circle No 7 of Duke Memorial Bethel ML Sylvan EDb Chapel Methodist Church wffl meet atMt Taber New Bethel Bouge-7:45 Monday Oct II in the Ladies' moat Riverview Si Paid Iris-Parlor An L J BrasweU wffllity Unira Grove be the hostess I Four district officers wffl pi sent special lines of work to be Shirley Louise Allen has re- emphasised thb year Sarah timed heme Irina Duke Hospital McCracken 'DUrict where she spent several days aa Secretary wffl bring a a patient Mre C D Barelift Conference Officer and one of the delegates to Milwaukee wffl give the Mgh-lights of that Assembly Hoaorary and life Membership Iwffl be presented A Mre Wilmer L Smith north Durham subdistrict leader in operation with Mrs CL M Allen president ef the hostess society has arranged the program te close at noon fallowed by the regular (fellowship luncheon at 12:J0i Each fa la bring something la how to get them Robert Willard president will preside A social hour will fol-! 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