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Wiley Reaches $600,000 In Endowment
. Fund; Dr. Logan Happy
Marr-hall, Tex. July 26 (C)— Ac
cording to th ? annual report of
President M. W. Dogan. submit
ted to the Board of Trustees is
their regular meeting recently,
Wiley college enjoyed one of the
best years of its history during
the 1938-39 session. Although the
enrollment was slightly o'f, the
I‘resident stp*ed that t his loss
■ s as more than compensate ! for
by the im-'ro’-cd <jr»li y and tone
■of the t. -iert bo;»y. He tressed
the fact t at Wiley College draw.;
students fr m a wi iely distri
Suted patronizing territory em
bracing 34 of the 48 states of
the union, and two foreign coun
tries. The diversity of interest and
the cosmopolitan outlook thus
•rada possible is 'he t.h ng v'hich
distinguishes Wiley Coll‘ge from
ther Negro instCu ions in this |
ection, !,t is stated. He announced
st the '■* 'ening of the current
summer ses ion that W iiey had
'or the sixth consecu ive year
been granted Class ‘'A’’ recogni
tion »nd rating bv the Southern
As-ociakion of Colleges and Sec
CHIEF PONTIAC Says:
Ask the Driver in the Hospital
What He Thinks of SAFETY
These Cars Are SAFETY TESTED
and You PAY LESS HERE!
1931 Buick Coupe .$60
1933 Buick Sedan .$160
1334 Ford Sedan .$165
1933 Pontiac Sedan.$165^
1935 Pontiac Sedan .$265
1937 Willys Sedan .$325
1937 Chevrolet Sedan.$435
1937 Packard Sedan. $450
1937 Pontiac Sedan . $485
1938 Oldsmobile Sedan.$645
37 OTHER GUARANTEED VALUES
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2416 24 FARM AM OPEN EVENINGS WE 4444
ondary .schools, which Is the na-v
tional accrediting agency for this
section of the country.
Out! >ok «<*, Bright
I'peaking of the outlook for
higher education among Negroes
President Dogan said there is a
liijoralizing influence at work
among municipal, state, and na
tional authiir'ties looking to the
inipovement and increasing of fac
ilities along this line. He feels
that with the proper time, be
worked out to the satisfaction of
all. Bringing the question closer
home, he said he was happy over
the fact that Wiley College had
been successful in raising the
first $600,000 unit for endowment
without which, in these times, the
ir.st’tution would hardly be able
.o operate on its acustomed high
level. He referred to the fact that
all educational institutions are
more or less hard pressed finan
cially and are having to restrict
their activities in the disburse
ment of student aid funds. The
ne ' for rich assistance has great
ly increased, thus complicating the
problem. Plans are being consi
red at Wiley for the beginning
of a movement to create a fund
to be devoted especially to th:s
A recent release from the R*g
is rar’s office of the Spring Term
scholastic honorees showed im*
p; ivtment in scholarship stand
ards in a qualitative as well a?
a qualitative way. The outstand
ing student-, according to thi3 re
port was Orange T. Clemmons,
mw collaborating with Tommie
Martin dn the management and
editing of the I^ake Charles edi
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Poultry and Lggs
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Poultry dressed while you wait.—
Strictly Fresh Eggs.
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N. 22nd St. Mrs. Scraggs.
Bundle Washing, Rough
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7 cents. HA. 6852
Hand Laundry, call WE. 0480.
Furnished Rooms, 2115 Grant St.
Cooking or housework. Reference
furnished. Please call HA. 2782.
SOLUTION Id TODAY'S
WORD S' *7
P S A L M
E L I T F,
) f RANK
3/ LAuben R. ge Ringer.
The more you use from a clump
of pieplant the more It will grow.
The more you cut It back, the more
crowns It sends up to open out Into
It is a quick growing plant,
throwing out Its “elephant-ear"
leaves early In the spring before
other plants f'’ow signs of life.
But, left to It- . It will produce a
few leaves and Mien send up a seed
stalk, and quit grbwlng. The leaves
on it get old and tough, and the
whole plant j i goes to seed and
(live it suitable soil and keep It
cut hack, and It will produce and
produce and produce. Instead of
a few leaves, there geta to be a
great bush of stalks coming up all
around the root. And the root it
self grows and expands until it ta
like the root system of a great
tree When the plant does finally
send up a seed stalk. It will be a
fine strong one. a beauty to behold.
• » •
People do not like to have their
plans Interfered with. When they,
start anything they want to accom
plish great results in short *<*der.
But those that really ma..e a
success of what they are doing •
those whose progress was no: ai
v fast or v. Their firs' J
stallce were cut back, not once but
again and again. They had to s t
anew with what little strength t y
had left, and build their fou- a
tlons deeper, and try new angles <>1
Where they had failures fo- %
wh'le, they so gainetl in knov «
and ability that their final r t
sur !3«ses, often, thetr original ex
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tion of the Houston Informer.
Clemmons won distinction for the
writing of tdie best play submitted
to the Southern League of Dra
ma dcs and Speech Arts, which
met at Wiley in April 1938. He
was cited in V. F. Calverton’s,
Cultural Barepieter, “Curent His
tory Magazine” of May '38. Ad
rian Bonner, who is a native of
the British West Indies was the
only boy in his class this year
Who finished with honors. He will
enter McGill Medical University of
Canada this fall on a scholarship
from the British Government, it
Among the outstanding extra
curricular events for :he '38-’39
1 session a1: Wiley, President Dogan
enumerated t'he following: The
regional meet of the Alpha Kappa
J Alpha orority, Girl Reseives con
ference with 300 in attendance
Tho School of Practical Methods
for Town and Rural Pastors; visit
(in a body of delegates to the State '
! federated Women’s Club; Con
ference of Religious Education;
Regional “Y” Conference; Super
visors’ Conference on Adult Edu
ca icn, Special appearance of the
North Texas State Teachers’ Col
i lege A. Capella Choir; High school
Day and Open House Meet vvh’ch
drew an attendance of more than
300 high school graduates; Alumni
and Class Reunion Banquet with
300 old graduates participating.
NOTB:—Toar question wiTl he analyzed free In this column only
when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name.
birthdate and correct address to your letter. For a “Private Reply“...
•end only 25c and a stamped envelope'for my latest ASTROLOGY
READING covering your birthdate; also a free letter of advice
analyzing three Questions. Explain your problems clearly and con
fine your questions to those within the scope of logical reasoning.
— Send Yoon Letteb To —
ABBE’ WALLACE. P. O. BOX 11. ATLANTA. GA.
A. W. P.—Will I be lucky'
enough to go back to N. Carolina
and. would it Le the thing for me
11 do ?
Ans: Your place is in North
Carolina with your CHILD
REN. Make a desperate
arch for work of some kind
whereby you can raise enough
money to return home as you
won’t be happy living away
from the family.
R. G.—I am 22 years of age
and still a good girl and I wish
to remain so until I am married
My trouble is that I never can
keep a boy friend because of this
ri ason and I am often lonesome.
Advii t me?
Ans: Whatever the cost,
c;on.inue tr be a good girl and
keep your gotod reputation.
All men aren't alike in a
cours i of time you will meet
ana many some nice man
who will appreciate you for
living i* clear, life. Choose
your friends among the single
fellows around 30 years of
B. L. R. 1 wish to know if
thero is anything that I could get
to cure my huiting tees or would
U be was.cd effort to try?
Ant;: There’s actually no
need for you to suffer with
your feet and life in discom
fort all of the time. A few
oollars spent with some repu
table physician and your trou
ble® would be over. You must
have treatment and abide
strictlj by the doctcr’3 orders.
W, A, H.—Is my husband phil
andering. If so is it because of
anything on my part? I should
like some advice from you as to
how to be more peaceful and
happy in the home.
Ans: Your husband i3 not
guilty of carrying on with
some other woman although
*“ is tru? that he seems to be
c: s a isfied in the home. For
moie specific information send
lor your Astrology Reading
and 1 will be glad to analyse
your problems free.
M. A. J.—Please tell me if I
will be successful in my under
aking and am I wrong to make
Ans: No I don’t think you
ara wrong to try to better
yourself. This new job that
you have in mind will offer
more advantages than the old
and you will be able to im
prove yourself financially by
R- F.—My wife acts like she
hates to even look at me and I
w'ish to know if I should at. y
w-ith her or leave?
Ans: Your wife is in the
came boat with thousands of
ether ( people. Just doesn’t
other people. Jus£ doesn’t
know what she wants. She
doesn’t hjSte you but it is
true that she is* a bit bored
with married life. Talk mat
ters over with her and see if
y u can’t come to a decision
as to what she wants to do.
A. J. C—Our affairs are no
better. My father refuses to do
anything for the fam ly but he
dees spend his money on other
women. I buy all the food clothes
pay ail the bills and everything
else there is to do. What really
sheuld bj done?
Ans: Your father should be
f • ced to support your moth
er and the children as long
as you hold the responsibi- I
lity on your shoulders and do ;
nothing he will continue to
live untrue and "flut around"
like single boys. Have your
m:>ther talk with some good
lawyer and I believe that you
can get your problems work
ed out where he will have to
shoulder some of the respon
sibility and you will be able
to save some of your money.
You are to be congratulated
i • the thoughtfulness showed
Cash Coal Blanks
0. K. Hardware
By Richard Stanley
Sunday July 23rd at Christie
Heights 3dth and 0 St. the Unit
ed Coal blanked OK Hardware 11
to 0. Willis Erwin pitched for the
Coal boys. He was in rare form.
He struck out 7 and issued two
passes. Both passes was hit Bats
man John Owens accepted 11
chances perfectly without a flaw
on third base. Only one fly ball
hit cr1- of the infield. Soup I-aw- |
son gobbled it up perfectly. Scott
in. center field. Goldie Davis in j
'■?f: fe’i stri^d up like statues, i
the whole 9 innings. Nothing to
do. Hall had 2 chances and tap
ley 3. No errors was chalked up
tor the ccal beys. They played a
oerfect game. Scott up 5 times, 3
hits; Soup up 5 times, 3 hits;
Tapley up 4 times, 2 hits; Manley
tp 4 times, 2 hits; Goldie Dav s
ip 5 times, 1 hit; Jimmy Hall hit
or the curcuit, up 4 times, 2
hits. Every body hit but Grady
Fry. He played a whale of a
game at first base. John Owens
went hitless, but he was responsi
ble for the pitcher getting a no
hot and run game, by his bril
liant one hand stop of what ap
peared to be a cinch double. John
tabbed the old baseball with his
bare hand and throwed the man
out by 2 flail steps. All in all the
boys got together and played real
baseball before 2,000 fans. All
the white fans were pulling for
t'n,, colored lads after the 7 ih in
ning. They wanted to and did see
a no hit and no run game. Next
Sunday the coal boys will play
Florence Merchants. T.-.e Mer
chants have defeated the cash
coal twice. 4 to 1 and 10 to 3.
They are practicing hard to whip
Florence, so come out and pull for
♦He beys. You know moral support
just as good as playing The OK
Hardware catcher got hurt and a
fan pulled off his sb'rt and caught
the remainder of the game. An
2 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 0 11 12 0
000000000 0 0 3
Batteries—Cash Coal, Willis and
Manlty. OK Hardware, Nova and
Whitty Kastner. Time of game—
MUFF »N WIN |
Hezzie Stars beat those famous
H.S.S. Monday July 24th; score,
5 to 4. Although Mose Ransom’s
team was defeated they were the
most popular with the fans. They
give Mose a great send off in the
stands. Somehow they oeem to
get a great kick out of Mr. Ran
som with his fiery chatter and his
iive. You can’t make him angry,
that’s the spirit they like. Sorry
to announce that Mr. Joe Foun
tain who plays a whole lots of
Center field for the H.S.S. de
parted for Los Angeles, Cal. Mon
day night at 11:45 pm. The boys
will miss Joe.
WOODSON CENTER BEAT 4C
Woodson Center defeated the 4C
sc< re 8 to 6. Mr. Griy, Mgr. of
the 4C has got to be commended
for the interest he takes in his
young team and the way he han
lies those youngsters. It takes a
ct of patience and time and Mr.
Grev gives both. 3 cheers for you,
Mr. Grey. I hope your never tiring
effort will bring results.
CHILDREN — To dream of chil
dren at school Indicates that sont*
sort of change will alter your pres
LIGHTED CANDLE — This Is a
«ood omen. There is likely to he
a birth in your family eoou.
Q’» »fd A's
1. How many stars are in Le*f ^
2. Who wrote "The Prisoner'*
Guy Massey? .
Irvin S. Cobb?
3. Where did Ney.defeat the Aus
trians In 1803?
4. Is an elf a fairy of light?..
of darkness?.of light aa
well as of darkness?
5. If Saint Anthony's fire Is an
other name for erysipelas then
emeute is a word of French
origin meaning seditious riot.
Are both right?
S Who was our President after
7. Which capita! ts correctly des
New York Is the capital ot
New York State?
Cincinnati of Ohio?
Portland of Oregon?
Des Moines of Iowa?
Newark of New Jersey’
3. Who are the Arapahoes? -•
9. There's a two-eyed word mean
ing one thousand millions, a
one-eyed word designating a
tT. S. President's forename; th»
lat'er ts obtained by knocking:
ore “i” out of the former.
Name the two words.
10. What is that which we often
return but never borrow?
2. Guy Massey.
4. Both of light and darkness
5. Both right.
7. Des Moines.
8. Upper Kansas River Indiana
9. Milliard. Millard.
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