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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, February 04, 1967, Page 2B, Image 10

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-THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT., FEBRUARY 4, 1#67 2B ■ mm % m I JV JDQPpa - ■ i ■ • 11 F^ OFF TO INDIA—Dr. Cedle H. Edwards, left, professor of nutrition and research at A. and T. College, last week de parted for Mysore, India where she will join her husband, Dr. | ki 1 l|&k/ MJr kd l^HjLJfi ' ~'i w ■ tm k4"''-'-'-- B^' # r * » *v i^-' v", •&• ' ' Li jHa ;,Uft/' V E i jky 1^ SPECIAL—IT'S PARTY TIME —(Valentine Cake and Party Punch) A very special party treat for the young set—Valen tine Cake, with a fluffy whipped 111) 1/1/1 n ljawndr * mnd I IIIUw VllleWcJ »nr Cl~ner* fy CASH A CARRY OFFICES Carver fUxbar* aad BaUaway Streets Chapel HIU St. at Duke UilTtnK; Reai if Oeick As A Wtafc-Raxbara M. at Anetili Or. {9g 1 OHra-te. Car. Brae* aad Eagltwiad At*. H Listen to f | 1 W S SB ) i Radio 1 In Durham Durham's Only 24 flour Station •\ . a » . . 1490 on Your Dial i . -• •• • | Gerald A. Edwards, professor and of the A. and T. Department of Chemistry. Botfi have been granted leaves for the overseas assign ments. topping, and Party Punch. Both recipes take full advantage of today's modern convenience foods. Accompanying Dr. Edwarda on the trip are children, from left to right: Hazel, Adrienne Annette and Gerald, Jr., and Mrs. C. Ruth Edwards, mother of Dr. Gerald Edwards. Something Very Special For Valentine's Day A PINK AND FLUFFY VALENTINE CAKE A special to the young set . . it's party time. With Val entine Day rapidly approach ing you have a built-in excuse (as if you needed one) to have a party. Valentine parties can be so much fun. You can go all out with your imagination and create colorful party deco rations, you know, hearts and cupids, bows and arrows, and the like. Alert the gang that the "hap penings" are going to be at your house, plan your decora tions and a simple, but fun-to make menu, and you have the party started. Cooking is so much easier for today's teen-ager became of the many wonderful conven ience foods. An ideal sugges tion for a party menu would include Valentine Cake and Party Punch. Both of these easy-to-make recipes are basi cally prepared from conven inece products which keep on the pantry shelf. The Valenine Cake, pale pink with a creamy filling and fluf fy frosting uses lemon flak* cake mix and cocoant cream pie filling among the main i» gradients. Hie fluffy pink frosting is a delight to make with whipped topping mix and a drop or tm of red food col oring. Sprinkle coconut around the edge of the top and on sides q( the cake and yo« in deed have a masterpiece. Yoor friends will think you are a cooking genius when you bring this moist pink delight to the party table. Party Punch, the perfect ac companiment' combines nap berry instant aoft drink mix and grape Juice, to mpk* the swingingest pohch around. So check With Mom, send oat 0* word, prepare the goodies . . . and have a ball! Several Noted Speakers to Visit St. Aug. RALEIGH St. Augustine's College will bring to its cam pus several outstanding speak ers for the opening of its Cen tennial Week, announced Dr. P. R. Robinson, acting presi dent of the college. On Tuesday, January 31, Dr. Albert Whiting, president-elect oi M. C. College at Durham, delivered the assembly addren at 11:00 a.m.; Wednesday, Feb rurary 1, the St. Augustine's College Music Dept. will pre sent it's Choir and Band Con cert; Friday, February S, at 11:30 a.m. a special assembly will be held in the Emery Building, at which time Dr. John Hope Franklin, Prof, of History at the Univ. of Chicago will be the speaker. At 8:00 p.m. on the same date, the Falcons of St. Augus tine's will meet the Bears of Shaw Univ. at the Dorton Arena. The Annual Alumni Work shop yvill be held on Saturday, February 4, beginning at 9:30 p.m. Featured speakers will be Peter Holden of New York and Oscar Peay of Philadelphia. Saturday evening at 7 p.m. The Honorable Hobart Taylor, Tr. Director. The Export-Import Bank of Washington will speak Hit' the Centennial Banquet. Taylor was appointed a Direc tor of the Export-Import Bank of Washington by President Johnson on August 25, 1965. He also serves as an Advisor to the Vice President and Sec retary of Labor in connection -with government pro jects. \ Sunday, February p, ship service in the college chapel with the Rt. Rev. Dan iel Corrigan, D.D., President, American Church Institute, as speaker. The Centennial Convocation will be held at 3 p.m. in the Emery Building, with C. Math ews Dick, Jr., Vice president, A. B. Dick Co. as speaker. After the convocation, new buildings will be dedicated. YOUQ&iG# RELIEF FROM HEADACHE PAIN STAN BACK |hws you FAST relief from pains of headache, neuralgia, neuritis, and minor pains of arthritis, rheumatism. Because STANBACK contains several medically-approved and prescribed ingredients for fast relief, you can take STANBACK with confidence. Satisfaction guaranteed! STANBACK against any ■ulJlBHiHIf preparation Mllll IllllfllM you've |MlllfeAi|NMAl lOtTis* 69i 9*4 YOUR CAT: Some of history's roost cod dled cats lived in ancient Egypt, where they were held sacred to the god Ea and the goddess I sis. Egyptians even built cat temples! Today, many cats retain an aristocratic bearing, and proud cat owners across the U.S. can enter their pets in the 1967 Glamour Kitty Con test, until April 16, 1967, sponsored by makers of Kitty Pan Cat Litter. AH cats—alley cats (with sponsors), housecats, kitty cats and regal cats—are elig ible. Pedigrees aren't neces four finalists and own- I era will be flown via Eastern Airlines to Miami Beach for the pageant arid coronation at the Pountainbleau Hotel. The grand winner will wear a mink-trimmed coronation cape and be crowned with a jewel-studded tiara designed by Morris Goodman. King (or Queen) Cat will also make guest appearances with (human) celebrities, and have his own personal butler from Call Arthur Treacher Service System. To enter your favorite fe line, you'll need a "glamor ous" picture of the cat, a 100- word-or-lees essay on "Why My Cat Should Be Glamour Kitty of 1967", and the entry blank or a facsimile at It Entry blank* may be found inside any size bag of Kitty Pan Cat Litter that bears the new contest design. ■ Dealers GALLON Prices Good Thru Sat, Feb. 4th CARTON S ■ Cola- Grapt - Oraigt Assorted Caaiod Driiks Giiger Alt gm gm Iter - low Elliu or More Food Order ' . • f ' •* - ; ; Dixfe Crystals or DOMIRO SUGAR . T?. y»q»a ''»*» Vf' '^' v '' or More Food Order Astor Roaster Fresh Flavor Mb. Atks MMMm' One or More Food Order ' : -2' , W-P Broad U $ Gevhlwik GroiejA - Cut-Pa* Ready lb 29* P Qvarttrs -eg Portion* 39 |

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