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SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1954 MibUnt
By E. M. Parker ; honor ol her daughter, Miss 1
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOB MtulWe. a rewurte.
TH? LATE REV. E. P. ELI .IS registered nurse, servos at \
The Interdenominational Min-jRhett Elementary and .avc
isters Union of Charleston and high i^chools.
vicinity paused in then usual' Airs. Marjorie Howard cc
order of rl v. , ~ ^ a. ? I -i .... 4 . ^1 *1.^ 1VA**o f?* t Knl
:? ?- T.vt IU uu auuur 10 j UUVlt'U me &aiiico, avaj a.
th0 late Jlev. E. Phillip Ellis who' M. Parker received the gue
passed recently., Winners were: Mrs. Elizabeth
Hyms were sung and a prayer Jenkins. Mis> Christin: B-<
was rendered by'the Rev J C don. Miss Vivian Eraser a
Dunbar. Mrs. Julia Lucas.
. The Rev. b. D. Lewis reports!
that a resolution stating that the YWCA HE1J> ELKCXORS
Rev. Ellis will be greatly missed *
from their midst and that the. IT , . , r.
, . . . Mrs. II. H. Linstyd, of t\ C<
iion bows in submission t .
TT~T, ttz -j (l'ai YWCA presided at 1
God s will was made. , . . , .
. spring Electors Assembly ol
SHAW RECREATION CENTER <-'ommS Street YWCA. M.ss
The 3oard of Directors of the ma Youn8 ucted as secretin
Shaw Recreation Center met!11"' absen<" o? Mlss Lo,''"
May 29 to map plans for tbo Moultrie. Reports were maue
summer. Miss Rose Nesbitt a ?"?? Emma J. Alston, p.og.
recent graduate of Avety high chairman, a n d Mrs. Jess
school will lie in charge of the mown, membership j. nan a.
nursery school. TShere is also 6 Awards were presented oy fc
great need for volunteer v. nrk-1 Ehrabcth Jenkins.Sac
4i? ? 1 The Cominti Street Y v
11 a' J" "MuiMUji iu uic aiui^u u ? w
Bible Vacation school is gian- commended for the large nu
nec*. | ber of electors present. Remaj
Members of the Board Drascnt were given by Mrs. Wh'tfit
were: Rev. J. T. Enw'right, Mrs. executive director of the Cent
S. D. Butler. Rev. R. D. Lewis, "Y" and Mrs. A. D. Kellv ii 1
Mr s. Albertha De Veaux, Misa > Coming Street
T. Harper, Randolph Bourne.' Miss Lunle Williams is ehn
.Funds are needed to carrv on man of the Board of Mail i]
this much neeoea recreation' ment of the Coining Strom "1
center on the eastsnde to curb o()o
juvenile deliquency. j YWCA EXHIBITION CI.ASS)
? -o()o? i Mrs. Ethelyn Harper
BIRTHI>AY PARTY j fiance instructor- at the ^.,mi
Mrs. Anna Belle Moultnc, 10 Street YWCA, presented ivv ;
Jasper Street, was hostess at a pds in twelve numbers In 1
birthday party, May 21, g.ven ia, auditorium. Wednesday, May
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~ I. BASH J L I Ml) L V
w SHOE HOSPITAL I the a r u e
"We cure sick Shoes" ' ?
! Oreat Eatertainment
Work call...! 'or onrl rfc'lvorodj . Poputar Pric?
Sfi Spring St.; l'hono ?l?8 ! J01 Kin, St. .Pharlesxon. 8
CHARLESTON, S.-C. ' ? ,,
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ATLANTIC COAST LIFE
I INSURANCE COMPANY
3 "The Golden Rule Company"
? HOME OFFICE: ? 149 WENTWORTH STREET
? Charleston, South Carolina
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? HARTS V lLiJR BEAUFORT
5 OR ANGEH irRG CHARLESTON
S ROCK HIIJ COLUMBIA
5 SPARTANBURG FLORENCE
g SUMTER GREENVILLE
Our twentv-ninth year of sercrict
-.. 8 to the neorle of South Carolina
Y. W, yfrprhnmngh, President
Co<H>oo<J^o<>o<>00^<H^<JCKH>aa-aocH>oooo o aoooaoooo oooooc
UreftcrtpUoM Filled At Reauonabie I 'rices!
Called l or And Delivered Free Of Charge
* INSULIN AND SYDINGUS
* Sucaryl (Tablets and I.ic|ui<! >
1 * SACCHARIN
Conaway Drm* Company
I'HONE 2-2460 FREE DELIVERS
1 V mi e R olrnrv M on/It! Hue WtACK*!') If
^ i irui i/tniv i j m v vun v/ui t 'j/v. v ict *
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Baked in Butter Bolls
L Delicious Browni'-s ,
Pies of Ail Kinds
akes for Weddings and I
? Anniversaries \
TAYLOR'S Kitchen Bakerv
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* 42 Spring Street Charleston. S. C. *
.' -I * ! . Dial 2-0235
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, Progimtrii Dynamic 1*HE LIGHTHOUSE AN
- > Mesdames C. C. Martin. E. J I
Robmsor. and Miss Nathiye Hcv Holds Annual
red ward displayed garments made,
Mb in the Sewing Classes. Mrs. C. Mnf lior-1 )tl 11 <> ll t Pr
"ry M. Brown displayed ce;am:c,; iUUlllt 1
tnade by her pupils. Woithy cf |>nflnm*4. >u
special mention is the work 0/
yn Mi's. Vivian Moultrie, Mr. . ,, ? ,
. , - - ' bv L. M. Parker
sts Charlotte Tracy and Mrs. Louise
Hill. Other instructors wer? Mrs CHARLESTON ? The ui.m.1]
:>g- P. E. E/iekei. -Mi.. John Bona Mother-Laughter Banquet \wi
ild 1 parte and F'ank McKenzie. held at the Coming Street o.uu
0O0 c.i VWCA Saturday,
SIMON TON SCHOOL P M I 11 c'1'11 i>10^lul" *-orri
I J miiteA headed by Miss Luci
MEETS ' . Brown makes this one 01 tn
at tr j t I. . 1 '-'innwttees- special projects <
f?.? Mrs. Edn-, J. Robinson, who. .
1 1 . .. liu' year,
Lna^hU-S been training pupils tor -.ev
the ( oral years, presented a group of, Y-Teens and their mothers 1 1
'u- j youngsters at the Simonton joyed a wonderlul evening 1
in School Parent-Teachers meeung, songs and ieliowship. A v. arc
infc j May 2b. '?he Glee Club cougm; and prizes were awarded i.
by ; ed children of the firs4 grade. Miss .Brown who cave a mo.
am.1 others on the program were insp.ru..' message r0 the
lea students of the 4th. 5th, 5fr> and Teens.
an. 17th" grades, in groups of bov Awards were given to ihc. fo
Irs.: singers, girl singers and nr xed lowing girls: Potato Chips *A
groups. - wards,, Gloria Hart, Shirle
vis The Simonton School Glee Stewart, Delores Parker and En
m- Cub has takcn part on several nice Williams. .*> year Y Teen
iKS rrofram? on Sundays at churches ( Hc!c,; Rg m ...
'?d, for club events, which is *v.-.v\hv I rem. Grunt. Gussio Heywaiv
:al ??i mention. j Gracia Jones, Verdelie Mitchel
the ^ o? j G< iK\ ievc. Nesbit, Dolores Pai
CANNON STREET HOSPITAL iktM' *Vurhcna Shmh> Odell Sin
f1*5 7" * ' t mons, Doroihy Smalls, Dor
4C-' FACES CRISES Jean Smith, Pauline Washin,
Tht. Hospital and Training t()"' (n HoAeis. Grac
School for-Nurses, 154 years old,' " ut ^^-blh Gookley Thie
. '! known as the McClellan Hos-, s'r rhoinasma WiIi
"J wtal and lately the Cannon $tJ J?1"*' Mabel Whaley Ethr
1 , ' mi v. I Richardson. Alice Pomsetti
v . Hospital fades crisis. The hos-Vo'j
pital does not meet the stan-' OM ' ( N J11 l!"u ^uc'"e Giari
2oJ' iaai.v set by the State Health j K I,Kh Stho"1 Y-Tccn C,u
- " ' Board under the Hill Durton Act.lwrn f'rst pn/c of 55 00 fo1 scli
, i The hospital has recently been1 ir^ thc' h,*hest avora?e of p<
j , tato chips am) Rhctt School wo
operating under ? provisional - , .
, a. , . 2nd prize of $3 00.
license because of its need in the * v
com'n unitv. j
Dr. T C. McFoll. medical di-. Act' Dr McFa11'
ector .reports that approximate.! Tl"' ? "??' operant)
'ly 4iK. patients arc admitted ai >? vntue of the proposed pla
w vnr About 75 major operations to replace it
ai> -perlomed. About 100 babies
"""" are delivered. Five to six indi- J Charleston News ?
gents arc caared for. The staff PERSONAL MENTION
fourr registered nurses, five prac-j MjS. P E. E/.ekiel, 35C Ashlc
r tical nurses, two maids. a main- Ave and Clarence R. Aiken, 4U
tcnancc tram a crw-tlr nnn mairl
; '"He direct, were recent wn
-Cubles ;e Asst. cook. .,? . , f
.... ,, , , ,'< Kv ' U>\ Jeep from a draw
.llu* v..!-. Roper Hospital re-in)! of ,uum,? j)V a lota,
quested Charleston County, Mr and Mrs. .Benjamin I'?\
tit - rl to effect loan lo build , s. u ......- .,.(<c.hjWl.,.,
^sl?n t???ha?Hioiiilinl in,. Kncculareate prTl
gram at State College. Orange
old Roocr would be abadoned. .. > , <; . \?
...ay at;. As.eompc.nvin
J he Cannon Street Hospital also] thcm Mr and Mrs
. and qualified Negro .physicians. Glvt>n aud daughter, Mrs. Na
would be permitted to practice ]>axjt.r \ij.ss e j-Vase'r II
Roper depending upon the jamin Powers,' Jr.; Mrs. 'V U
.turns and standards do.!..
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by the Stat..- Board of j- ' ,N
m a?th_ under the Hitl-Burton Commencement exercise*
o 'Mor.h.i I
% ANCW Su^N?50 WftM agiuoan- rct recently. Mr. Kline I:
8* H ? p | P ST T O U M U D f DO
!5> TO FIND A kENPEP WHO W-LL . ! ' ,\I;
S make the LOAN.then ANP I Klin., Melvin and Co orge Klin,
o J ONLY THEM may va j 'r t|L
O -'GUAC.'-NTEE A PART C? IT * ' " ui;
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; j 1 rif ;j. ii:ife to it
o * ^ Slot.' A .uul Y
q ;; ! J Col lotto. Oran^ol>urtt v.. re: Mrs
2 rr^\ j 1*11 Mo! .lohti: (in !! ::<><)<.>. Mi M.
8 & ia:-- -^'keH. M?v- Hoi.tvif,. lluii
J //^:,tlPsnl1- Daniel Wriith't. Jr
>^-.VMrs. Lilly Mao Powers, Mis:
Albortha Harrv and Miss?liar
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^"vti't'i^s- A.-.oNi r xn.' ^ THE A. At EI
! Fraternal ?
|' Rites Inf Wl
JLv_' " vAjr I V.
llll lit, are m.uty Ira- ^ '
ternul and henevobeiiL or- fcc-.'iNs ^ J'"" ~
ders w hit h have evolved ~~ *Cy * "
tlefini(r and lieaulil'ul . rilti- Z?r-'7~- . -n
a Is to he observed on tin
death tit a brother mem ?f".~* o A
her. Many in V. t?'" have -yH J
I u i^lies
\ For Funerals
? 122 Logan Street i i
I TWe phone 5914 I
\ Charleston. SC. I ... rr . ?# .
g Different MetI
D INFORMER, COLUMBIA, S. O ~ "South Carolina
FWuu I MOPECEDCICT^VEAH/i'N^ EVEN GOT rw,THERP)^
C ollege Groups Camping Tips
1 ,rm:<K 'I'll Iv SllOJKS VOI K
| To Appear For I1'"11" 1 vKI:s m (
M' tin iv p:?v too little attention
UNCF | t? shoes when preparing their
children's clothes for camp, aoN'KW
YOKK?'The choral groups . T" ;i S'>?'V<'V ann?ng camp
r , 1,,, cn ,1 , directors hv a national foot health
ot three (icorgia colleges and one
r.. '11 i . . organisation;
,1 if' i * niie>i>-ee will . lie t.eatured
L h,,,,,,, i,,, . ,i\ . ? M?<st mothers don't --tint when it
<lui ing .June on 11 i%* eiirrent Anierii,
. . comes to throwing a omple of cXi
.i': -l.i? ait'-a.'tiiur t ompunv choir
? presented in eoo'peratinn tra ',ains "f sh,"'ts in,? ',h? tnmk>
with the I'nited Negro' College "r mavh<' a fl'U mon> T"*hirts ,,r
1 Fund. The new Mo dule, annout,- <U,"-ar^s- il- t('
" red to.lav 1 x W. .? Trent u I'NT. *W.s, tt* ramp officials report tor
"IF executive diieetor. is a- t'Mll.w- mSn5'mn,tlW SPn<l alone the
"il.eMovne-College, Memphis Term >"??h*ter's eurrent pair of shoes.
" June II; Morehouse College U- ("'on ,f ,h,'>Ve nearly outgrown, a
J lanta, (la.. .June FF/Clark College !':,ir "f *n"akors " an<1 thaf'* all.
| A1 la nut-, (la.. .June 20; and Maine That way ,1"s sav th(>
j College. Augusta, (la. dune 27. toot spee.alist*. Camp life .s a
' . , , . , (wonderful experience for voting
f ' 1 he. broadcasts which show-ease . , . , , . ... ,
, ' , , . , .. ,tw.vs ami-girls - Fut its rough on
n t.|n- choirs o( the 21 colleges and ., f , , '
. their feet. ( limlung, running, mmpuniversities
associated in the Fund'. . ,
i ing in improper or outgrown -hoes
| an- a punlic service feature of the i , ,
v. ,:,n '1? serious damage.
Aiu net work and originate in New , . , - . ,
,. ..... 1 I hat s whv foot specialists make
i 1 "i K over station \\AB( , Sundav. , . , ,
I , i ""nng'i n.uition ,\o paients:
I ' : iitugs at io:.iu -1 1 ;in. a.m. i , ., . " . ., , .
v i ., ,11 Make sure vour child is xvear'?
i'logiani.- .will carrv special!. .. e.A. . . , ,
I ' j. ; ing a xvell-fltted shoe; when he
'* ijimpiii.i. .j'oi .-fl moo now .'y the nieniiiei iull?ge.-' for
:n',.i ogress throughout the count ry.'i-cholarship aid. w ill have to he cot):
i Following the Supreme Court do- tinned, and even stepped up in tin
u'on May 17tr. t! . \'.\< :: ,o! immediate futur?.
'J' n ip on ! In* now , py >: t u J 1 u
- i. - fvr wiiler service made possible
^ * (j^ .teeision."
A ' x
. ',;.a: tiie I win! legards
. - in, .i- t- lilH.'ol rOcli It?'-,' ,
ojipi.rsunity for Negro youth, Mr.
-Hivi- it - i ".i t jit ion in 11*4 1." j ~~
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< i < M
.- t intent ! ' i :nl<letj.
th? iiti >uji}M?rt <?f the
- l-'ntul w: irh |'i to. itii-s, atnoior other J. ?
things, rji??11it-r- -uhich are alioeatisl I _
R I CA N WA Y /2ll
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a?- '/ hnt s^bodrbo:
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B6 PROOF 1
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8 Leading Weekly" PAGE THREE
WGS - - Parker
EAP'S INVITED OS TO 9EB ^'
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s lor tamp. The l>est shoe for^ SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL
hi iough ami tumble of camp life Mrs. Pearl C. Lott of 1108
s :n aU-icu.ther oxtord. It should Queen Street is in New York
ha > a flexible leather upper and where sh^ will witness the
I sol,., since leather supports, active graduation of her daughter,
jfeeu without binding them. | Cerelena E. Lott who is to relake
.your youngster to a re- ^ ceive the degree of bachelor of >I
piaable shoe dealer and have r.i.j scjenCe fr0m Columbia imivers!
-* checked. I'nless they Were
I purchased a few weeks before the ,ir. , ?T , w T ..
, , , While in New York, Mrs. Lott
ei.il 1 !> aVes for camp, the ehances ... ? . ? .
.. ... . . , . i w ill visit her son, Isaiah, who
ate they will be outgrown-before , .
summer is over. If the dealer finds | 18 livm6 In wood, Long Island.
that there's not much growing room M and Mrs" Robert Cleve"
j left. better be on.the safe side and land of Farrow Road announce
"send atohjr another pair oTie-hrrlf birth-Jin April 1.1 of_a son,?
M/e larger. Robert. Jr.. at the Fort Jackson
r a .b. v.,mu-.tei and hosPita'- Mrs. Cleveland is the
till ea.'.lp (.nil iseilot if possible, a- former Miss Mary Milledge. Her
van-.^t indi \; i.r.i i>i ..f sneak- husband recently left the States.
I ej'-- or <>t h'o* -( ' . bim, s'neuUe.r - for Japan.
] d<> not pro'vide . aiicqwntc sop port ~ # j"
for growing young feet. To adyit; n.' 1" v hen children run around in the"
I the canv.i- , . > ' ' **;**!' d ' ntrv v. here the proximity of
"mi .n?im (i ui set i? mfin in snape, :: tsid'k creates a tetanus hazard.
the lie:. 1 -eh-s, prevent. J.'; the:- sole-. according to testing: .
the foot f ?athip"-." HUs- atories. will provide four
tors, ihiiini'/, ; <: fi:i'?iK iiifeetions 1;,nov nr. -1- protection against
J thrive o" * - . fei-t. I he. *-;r -or nails* sharp stones
will pei pj.t i i-e pii-sH"*' "t air ::"<i ? *<> n. ir.t' il objects as rubber
' hr? u"h it , ,.t>: >> . ? or composition soles.
A ho. . hiiooi tnht.' the Vn'<- . ] ?? Junior's vacation
and other in- >pr.f-d 1 y aching or disabled
'.irjds iv at its feet. A few precautions now will'
height during the summer, especial- save lots of misery later.
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