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Sentinel Football Contest Prize Money Mounts To $75 rr—> msmmm, H. TB* OM* .tolaiil. ai, I—is.11 e—test ... Jaatae. u rfS soar. Ur... ««I|1 after U>- Hat. Stale Iltl tats gas.. Saturday. Attaoagt, Ihere soar* .o .laser, isatOi, Hg flrsM *. trie.. User, were ssnae e,eel- lesl nwsessts. Foarteea caa- teolasts talsse. sal, tar*, so* at St B..sl<llBB., (Cwtest - 'Merelaek. 41 Jclfertaft ST., rale, oermtl «ri, tws tsvor- hslsse. Is.' es.et total ml reel We.letl-a ._' sst S..1 <*f***V ___ " «_ _» TMrl.-.e.es »bs,e. aal. fear B»*l«4J.laslS—• !»«. ., art, TBlrtr-.rves >k..l sal, tmmr l|fM p_-<_ Hu ,_„ _ ,, sat af M •.r.ielie.. „__, ,„ rslltorol. wa. J..I Oa, eo.tr.taat, Tkts.l —e polsl alf, SB. kl. predlt" Ua. si trier OS0 was vs. lioietidaws ataart at ta. SS ratal, arlu.tlv ituatg. F» isJ.rmaliM a. tat* week's tin HSS...I, tow. *» rag. U sf Mse .starts null. llMaa.IW.ij.i_ HANFORD VILLAGE 15 5TM£ OHIO/ VOL. 5, Ne. 18 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1953 COLUMBUS. OHIO The Tri-Villaee Attn of Han ford Village, Lincoln Hts, and Urhsncrest recently observed it* fourth annual meeting in Han, ford with an alt-day program Jfilh Mayor Fred Clay and V.I- Tage officiala as basts. The association wss organized ** in September, 1949, in Urbart- crest and the group meets to exchange ideas and make plans for improvements. Lincoln Ht*. has now becorne a city. A dehghtful dinner prepared by members of the Community enjoyed at the fire i proceeds going to the club HANFORD V I L LA G £ Ma Irons club recently Founder's day. Members tended morning services at W ley Chapel Melhoolist church conducted by Rev. J. Curtley. pusltir. After the st-rvices the J club members enjoyed dinner at ! Elmhurst and in the evening | were entertained at the home cif a member. Mrs. Davie Coleman, 907 Bowman av. Members are Mesdames —Irish Howell, president: Ann Glenn, Claudine McCutcheon, secretary; Lour* WestniorUind, treasurer; Thel- Mnj', Juanita l^nc, Davie WHO'S WHO IN SPRINGFIELD By 6race L Ue Give me wide open walls to build my house of life. The north shall be of love against the winds of fate; The south of tolerance, that I may outreach bate; Iff. IMk, Ky„ building fund for I Mayor Ctity delivered the wel- c-jjsrne sddress. An afternoon program wss held at the Church of God. Speakers we're Mayor Clay, Dr. Nimrod B. Allen, *xe- culive secretary of the Colum- bus Urban League. Mayor* Ar- recen thur Shivers of Lincoln His. end C-slit Hsruubol J-jtmsun of Urban- ford, AU oOk-eOs were reelected. They are: Chairman, Mayor Clay; vice chairman. Mayor Shivers; second vice chairman, Mayor Johnson; secretary,' Salhe Bennett'; treasurer. Mayor Clay. Hanford program vw.mitt.r_ consists of Mr*. Roxie Bowman. Mrs. Fred Clay and GtemtiW* Miller. Next __»l«>g wiB b* in September, 'I hi- - . of hope, that i Louise Dean, Evelyn Poole, Marjorie Owens. Virginia Adams, Virginia Jackson. column . . . Sgt. Clarence ', an old resident of Hrtn- iow stationed in 'Loulsi- .opped on hi» way to N. Tbe threshold 'neatb my feet shall be humility; The root—the very sky, itself- infinity.' Give wide walls to build my house of lifc._ MM : UttCiAn It!, where he was" stationed with the armed force* ... A speedy recovery to Bobby Banks at Children s hoegntai where he is recovering trom polio. He ia the ■ton of Sgt. sbvJ Mr*. Banks, Sr., SH-Bowniw jv. . . , Don't forget council and Community conference of the AME church is in full session at this writing. North St AME is bussing with excitement. The reglstration committee is working dilixently assigning minis- ten, and delegates to their respective^*' resting place*. The faithful Isdic* in white are working, furiously tn the kitchen preparing and serving meats to the hungry visitors. The dignity uf - tit* bishops, presiding etdtrs and ministers is indeed a sight to behold. Frankfo slon of the Church of r God In Christ snd president' of the Camp Grounds, Jamestown* IKS DEDICARSE Jr. Federated club held it* first annual fait meeting Wednesday in the home of a the president, Miss I*. Davis, nephew and niece of Rev. Q. D. Stemley, pastor of Broaddus Chanel, and Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Stemley, brother and sister-in-law ol* Rev. Stemley, enjoyed"" a happy reunion Sunday. The foursome bait from Chicago. While here they were entertained In the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Walker, Raffen- sperger av. . . . Miss Carlene •Benton"" and Claude N. Castle- berry were united .in mnrrtaxe coffee snd e chat with old and new friends. At 10 a, m. there ia a speaker snd at 11 a. m. you have the opportunity to awim or Join the gift making group, of which Mrs. E. J. Siame is instructor. Nin -t-i-y care la offeree* for women who have children. Fee is Ml cents per child each To be a charming person la lo be envied. It also must bt> cultivated. Charm has many phases so the Young Y'ves group ha* tried lo bring speak- er* to you who represent aomo of those phases, physical and mental. It has been said that to be happy 1* to be charming, ao , that with self-Improvement during the eight week series ' and keeping un open mind always, how can we help but be charm- CHILLICOTHE NEWS By Efbel Cwtiin Noi 8*.' all-c CH.IIXICOTHE. — First Bap- their respects Thursday night tist church is engaged in some On Friday'night. Rev. Charles remodeling- The lecture room is Joi-inaon and chorus of Rogers being connected to the old par- Chapel. Wsshington C- H.. were acetage to make more space for in charge. Sunday, Oct 11, at 3 •tpidly ' increasing Sunday , school. There are plans for re- speak decorating the completed Sun- vice. dsy school room and also the sent a musicale. church exterior. O. Maw Ihe evening K.iH Mrs. Albert Johnson was elected delegate to tbe Gen'I Ass'n in Columbus, The church will have a harvest (ea with Mra. Gladys Roberts aa chair- Rev. C. Flannigso waa returned to Quinn Chapel this y«er from the conference in Dayton. Mr. »ad Mrs. Clyde Moss and Mr. and Mr*. Lewis Dyer attended the conference. After vismng their daughter, Mrs. Bernodette Maddox of X>tytm, Mr. Moss went to Pro *ri*. ill., to attend a grand lodcc . *\er, Harold Wingo, Sunday afternoon the Three l*-s»imi*t* were here. Monday nigbt Rev. Gray and choir of itoxabei bod charge of services. itev Ramsey snd the men's eties-us of London were Sa charge Tuesday night. Rev. Phillip-/ and singers of Greenfield gave Lthelr hoi-rors to the pastor and chttrch Wednesday nighL Rev. j Flannigaa snd singers paid GUESTS AT THT. home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Price this week were Mrs. Eva Holder and Miss Donna Thompson of Toledo . . . I husband, the Car) Behs . . . David Valentine Cooper visited r e I Greenfield Sunday . Melvin Addison of Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. William Addison and daughter Jackie and Phillip Reed, of Coium- Ina., visited their mother, Mrs. Lydia Addison,; who has been recuperating here at the bome of her sister. Eli. .-. r--tui m-,i . Mr*. Columbus with lh*l Dorothy Glussci Mr,v Crystal Weaver und-fuinity visiled with relative* in Washington C. H. Sunday * -. . Mr. ond Mrs, Obidiab Harris, Jr., recently purchased e 'house on b. Walnut st. and will make their home there . . . Mrs. Alice D. Johns-D* of Cincinnati is here for her health and i* rooming at the Mo*:, home on W, 7th »i. Mrs, Jack ■.,; I* s cousin ol the late OH',* Leathers. best confercme ever to be held rn this district. With the careful planning of our capable minister. Rev. T. M. Greene, Dt>, and the continued cooperation of our fine congregation, we are sure this aim wiH be accomplished. To make it easier our lenders who are attending'the conference, and tor friends interested in the church, we are giving you a general outline of the conference program: Tuesday night: Local church welcome and reception. Wednesday morning: Annual sermon, Holy communion and organisation ot the conference. Wednesday afternoon: Business session ' and pastor's reports. Weditesday night; Third Epis- . copal district nigbt. Thursday Thursday afternoon: Business session. Thursdoy night: Missionary night. Friday morning: Business session. Friday afternoon: Business session. Friday night: Education night, youth program, Saturday morning; Business session. Saturday afternoon: Ordination and consecration' service. Saturday night: Evangelists' night. Sunday morning: Sunday school and morning service ot Memorial halt Sunday afternoon: Reading uppoinlment* at Memorial hall. A TWO WEEK UNION revival at Zion Hili Baptist, 227 E. North ~ at., began Wednesday. The public is invited. Capt. H. C, Dream, of Kansas City, said 10 be one of the notion's outstanding Negro Gospel speakers, is the evangelist, A former nber of Uie bar, the. evan- bert Benton, ]0&4 & Bell av. The murrtage wa* -Solemnized in Greater 1st Baptist. Mitts Benton Is a graduate of Springfield High and is employed as clerk-typist at Wright-Patterson air force ba son of Mr. tteberry, W2 S.'tnabella i cently returned <rV.*r_; service in Korea and is employed by Rob- bins and Myers, Inc. . . . Dsvey Moore, Springfield fighter, was matched against Rus* Tague of Eldrldge, la., Saturday in a preliminary to the Kim-PerBley bout, Moore, former Nut'l AAU champion and U. S.' Olympic team niomber before turning pro, also wa* scheduled to fight Tuesday night In Milwaukee. THE YOUNG ADULT Dept. of the YWCA offers six classes through Nov. 10 Tuesday from 0:30 to 11:30 a, m. For further Information phone main desk, YWCA, MM). Each Thursday morning the Ing, ln the "Y" auditorium, each department head was present to answer questions about her department functions and tell about the varied activities available to women, teenagers and children — M-wunmiiig, dancing, baton twirling, sewing, handicrafts, social clubs for all ages. Arrange ni cnt* for the open house were made by Mrs. K, J. Holland and her committee: Mesdames Robert Henry, Belsey Oberlin, Don Johnson, Amelia Snyder, Lorraine .Merchant, Ralph Patterson, Paul Pence. W. H. Gibson and Miss Italia Schlff.'_ Refreshments "were served ta the vast crowd. In charge of refreshment* wer* Mrs. Grace E. Lee and Mrs. Lorraine Mer- URBANA CALLING By Shificen fibers • 124 E. Broadway i-li.,1 : . lUtr. sring before church "P. 6. I Love Vou," .from Mack Lawson to Alice Canada. "Must I Cry Again," Shirley Holland to Jim Underwood. "Shirley Come Back to Me," Ci*auck Roberts to Shirley Hos- sel. ''Sverylhing I Hsve Is Your*," Pat Howell to Joe Gardner. "Los. Child," the gang to Guy Allen. "I'm Yours," Barbara Bowser to Charles Scott. "Lover," Sandra Tabern to Philip Clemens. "Too Much t«ovbtg," Annabelte Harris te Larry.. "You're Mine," Dorna Sloan to Don Warfield*. "Here Goes, a Fool," Shltieen Tabern to -Charles Bowdry. "So la Love," Phyllis Harris to Bobby Robinson. "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," Flo Couts to Lorry Emhrey. "Good Loving.'' Jim Dunn to Florence Fisties*. "Please Send Me Someone te Love," to Donald Ladd, Joe Lewis, Paul Dunn and Nolan Adams. "Boy of My Dreams,** Gloria Churcb to Dudley Collins. "Help Me Scmebody," to Micky Stoaa. 0W0"«as\t*^ 15T» * BI08 ST. , COLUHBUS, OHIO GRID PKMERS MBS AfiR«, COIff EST MOHEY CHEEPS TO $101 t'oseh Ray EIHot, ss>««-ts- tabbed 'Cold tt-* Twins.''Or ; Ohio Stair to t**cor-r the vie- than two ent ot M. The contest rarryior th* writers stt ever the coetttry rusyfer it wss tseraase pre-*e»- lira of the Hiial. There wss to entry free* Ohio Ststa-Ftt-uwyhraoia (awe a*d Ohio State's seetne pooled son p-irbtirstietts tt,iit*l ta ie- Msny eitf-ie* bad as assay Cblliieotbe wWrh Was only will be worth jrfs te the cote- tewtr etterts te conceal Iron* elude Caroltee and Co. I» tht aa 11 totsses sad sste tody foer points oil sn tbe total testeets and tbe en* appearing sodtsrtantS in The S-retlnet's HltfKd* Ms*u». pieked two oat ot 00 eeriest. points sesred fat tb* OHf-lHI in Tbe Sentinel thi* week wiaf tatothaii eoetest the tree p*- At any rate, sedy two osrt et Maybe aomeeee shoeM tell her mtls deb*r!e bat h*d sbi gssse b* worth SIM provided there b> tssMy of rsvii Horaeag's self altoest 800 cootestaol* picked tbe object Is to mtss ne ease* ieeeeasts ge amiss. ae wlaaer Saturday, Oet. IT. tCt__ THkZ OHIOKiK nnlEJ^LJUNEL I j Pat. lav i, [ChompionJ w Vrtl _ «_ ia .taUr** *o *•_ *m*ot •oottm tttt, t. VOL *>, No, 1* of*k*. tkssBtfi. o. ******** «i at SATURDAY, (3CTOBER 17, ltrM COLUMBUS. OHIO Race 'Leader' Quoted As Saying Term A Complipnen 'COLD DUST TWIN' WRITER ISSUES PUBLIC APOLOGY Story On Page 2 400 At Baptist State Confab Told 'Segregation Must End' Story On Page 4
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Sentinel Football Contest Prize Money Mounts To $75
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