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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 15, 1969, Page 4A, Image 4

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4A -THE CAROLINA TOCES SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1989 . TO WED IN JUNE— The en gagement has been announced of Miss Barbara Edith Baldwin, daughter of Paul Nathaniel Baldwin, and the late Mrs. Esther Vivian Griffin Baldwin Durtam Social w* XW nappenings •v MKf, VIROINIA ALSTON V * WAL Sfi-MM PAUL JOHNSON HOST TO LAWSON ST. COMMUNITY CLUB ON SUNDAY Paul Johnson, proprietor of the College Grill, entertained members of the Lawson Street Community Club It his home, 414 Lawson Street, at a buffet dinner on Sunday evening March 9. When club members were Invited into the dining room, they saw a very attractive table laden heavily with all sorts of delicious food. For several years, Johnson has invited the club to share with him the Christmas season. Due to illness and inclement weather this year, the dinner was post-poned until a later date. Neighbors expressed thanks to their genial host for an eve ning of fellowship and a most delectable meal. Words of ap preciation were also expressed to Mesdames Margaret Howard and Betty Patterson who assist ed the host In serving. During the afternoon, mem bers of the club were joined by several of Johnson's many friends. Officers of the club are: president, Owen Justice; vice president, Mrs. Lois Thorpe; secretary, Mrs. Edna Tuck; as sistant secretary, Mrs. Doris Holland and treasurer, Mrs. Alice Brame. • • • ANNOUNCEMENT The Durham County Mission ary Union will have the Coun cil meeting at the home of Miss M. C. Lyon, 2321 W. Pet tigrew Street. Saturday, March 15 at 6:00 p.m. All members are asked to be present. • • • PLEDGEES OP TAU GAMMA DE'-TA ORGANIZED The Tau Gamma Delta So rority has chosen their pled gees for the spring initiation. The pledgees have organized their ciub, which is called the Sttrlighters. Members of the Starlighters Club are: Mes dames Mary Thomas, Janie Shipman, Barbara Hawley, Oli via Williams, Bertha Jordan, and Brenda Nunn. The Star lighters will be conducting many projects before their ini tiation; their present project is a Tots and Toddlers Fashion Parade which will be held in the Durham Business College Auditorium on March 3, at 4:15 p.m. The initiation urill take place in May. • • • ▼AU GAMMA DELTA SORORITY HOLDS MEET IN AUGUSTA, OA. The Southern Regional Con ference of Tau Gamma Delta Sorority convened in Augusta, Georgia, Saturday, March 8, of Durham, to Jesse Thomas Lee, son of Isaac William Lee of Fremont, and Mrs. Florence Wells of Pikesville. A June 21 wedding is planned. with Kappa Chapter as hos tess. Representatives from all chapters in the southern region attended. Mrs. Virginia Alston, southern regional director, gave the keynote address, and spoke from the Sorority's theme: "Di rections. Distance and Des tiny." In addition to the regular business sessions, a very in formative workshop was held during the afternoon session. Plans for attending the Boule to be held in Indianapolis, August 11-17 were also dis cussed. Attending from Durham were: Sorors Omega Parker, Violet Perry, L. M. Harris, Virginia Alston, Edna Harring ton, Lizzie M. Crews and Eliza beth tate. • t • TO DELIVER CLUB'S ANNIVERSARY SERMON Rev. M. D. Fuller will de liver the Up-To-Date Club's Anniversary sermon, Sunday, March 16 at 3:00 p.m. at the Union Baptist Church. The public is cordially invited. • * • SILVER TEA SUNDAY There will be a "Silver Tea Sunday, March 16 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Ebe nezer Baptist Church for Miss Valeria Hayes, (1968-69 Home coming Queen for Hillside High School). John Gattis will entertain at the console for one half hour. This is being sponsored by the Willing Workers Club for the benefit of the Youth Depart ment. The public is cordially in vited to attend. Rev. W. E. Daye is pastor. • • • GUEST SPEAKER AT ' RUSSELL MEMORIAL Rev. R. H. Johnson pastor of Holland's Chapel AME Zion Church will be the guest speak er for the Pastor's Aid Board of Russell Memorial CME Church, Sunday, March 16 at 3:00 p.m. in observance of its Ninth Anniversary. He will be accompanied by the choir and congregation. * • • MAKE TRIP TO CAPITAL Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Parker, 2433 Roanoke Street, Durham had a safe trip to Raleigh with many more friends recently. • • • HAPPY BIRTHDAY Little Timothy K. Parker of 2433 Roanoke Street, Durham, celebrated his sth birthday last week. • • • MOTOR TO SO. CAROLINA Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Wil liams, of 482 Cook Road, Mrs. James R. Whitely, of 445 Dunn Street, Mra. Nathaniel D. Par- Teachers to Play Important Summer Role A tentative calendar released this week by the North Carolina College Sum mer School office reveals that teachers are still expected to compote an important part of the summer student body. The Department of Educa tion offers the widest range of course offerings, a total of 40 and of these only six are at the undergraduate level. All ten of the courses offered in this department during the six week interseßsk>n beginning June 23 are at the graduate level. The intercession, which be gins two weeks after the regular summer session of nine weeks, is in fact exclusively for grad uate students, most of if not all of whom are teachers whose schools closed later than the beginning of the regular ses- undergraduate mathO ematics courses will be offered, but they are mathematics for the elementary school teacher. The old concept of summer school as a time to make up courses failed seems to ahve gone by the boards. Those old bugaboos, mathematics and English, are not heavily represented in the program for the summer. English composi tion is only scheduled for two sections; as are two sections of fundamentals of mathema tics and college algebra. Courses are offered in every department of the college except for German, Latin, and Philosophy. Afro-American Studies pro grams offered include a course in Afro-American music, a course in the Geography of Africa, and a course in poetry and prose by American Negroes. In addition the intersession will offer a course In selected problems in Negro history, an institute in Negro literature and history will be offered, and an Durham Social Notes of Interest Br MM. SYMINER DAY! It was recently announced by the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners that Elvis Lewis, Jr. of Charlottesville, Virginia recently passed the Bar exami nation and was admitted to the Virginia Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Lewis is a graduate of Henderson Institute in Hender son. He is also a 1966 graduate of North Carolina College with a major in Business Adminis tration and a 1968 graduate of the . North Carolina College imk -» 1 MISS HARRIS TO MODEL AND DA NCI Lisa Antionette Harris, 4 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lin coln H. Harris of 515 Tuggle Street, Durham. Lisa attends Durham Academy and takes dancing Jessons at IBM Recre ation Canter. She will model and dance in Tots and Toddlers Fashion Parade that will be held in the Durham Business College Auditorium, March 30, at 4:15 p.m. The parade Is be in sponsored by the pledgees of Tau Gamma Delta Sorority. ker of 2433 Roanoke Street, all of Durham, made a trip to Kings tree, S. C. recently to visit friends. • • • SICK AND SHUT-INS Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Bass, Mrs. Lena Wall, Sylvester Brown, Mrs. Mildred Hedge peth, Mrs. Dotsie McCullen, Mrs. Lillie McCloud, Lee A. Batts, Carcel Bridges, Mrs. Jo seph Bass and Mrs. Alma Wea ver all of Durham are the sick and shut-ins for the week. Kl BkK 9 Is? m ji9 ,*p . I ■ ■NGAOEMINT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bow den of Charleston, S. C. an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Audrey Yvonne Bowden to Mr. Arthur David Greene, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Greene of Hyattsville, Maryland. Miss Bowden ia a graduate of North Carolina College and is presently teaching in the institute on Afro-American Geography will be conducted Other institutes include one in biology and mathematics for secondary school teachers, a family life workshop, a social studies int studies institutes, and a work shop in reading teaching. Requests for information should be addressed to the Summer School Office at the college. , - • According to its developers, the carrot can be grown with consistently uniform size, col or, flavor, texture, shape and even more vitamin A, LIWIS SPENDS WEEK-END WITH PARENTS Miss Cynthia Gayle Mack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mack, Bahama, spent the week-end with her parents. Miss Mack Is a graduate of Little River High School, Bahama and Is a June 1968 graduate of Virginia State Cole She is now director of Music at the John F. Kennedy High School, Suffolk, Virginia. Miss Mack, also was a music student under Mrs. Margaret Shearin, 400 Formaaa Avenue, Durham 400 Formasa Avenue, Durham. VISITING PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Billy Simmons of Talladega, Alabama is here visiting her parents and rela tives Mr. and Mrs. Grover Shaw, 116 Carroll Street RETURNS TO CITY Mrs. Charlie Burton has returned to her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gold smith Parker, 1009 Moreland Avenue from visiting her sister in-law, Mrs. Bertha Cousin in Tlmberlake. SICK AND SHlrtT-INS The sick and shut-ins for the week an: Mrs. Josephine Harris, Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill; Mrs. Mamie Harris, Route 2, Rougemont; Mrs. Viney Lyon, Herndon Road; Mr*. Mattie Alker, 1006 More land, Jasper Haskins, '2416 Nebo; public schools of Washington, N. C. Mr. Greene, a graduate of Knoxville College is a senior at Howard University Medical School, Washington, D. C. A June wedding is planned. The bride-elect is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Scott, formrly of Durham, and now residing in Montclalr, New Jersey. Moving on at ■ Durham High By Denwtria McArttnir She is an "A" student at DHS. That's Miss Gretchen D. Sampson, a senior this year. Gretchen is being acknow ledged this week for winning a SI,OOO merit scholarship for Outstanding Negro Students. She was recently inducted into the National Honor Society, is a member of the Latin Honor Society, the Latin Club and a host of other groups. Her senior schedule consists of advanced courses. Gretchen's plans for the future are to become a lawyer. She has ap plied for admission to Duke University. This outstanding student is the daughter of the Dean of Law School at North Carolina College, Daniel G. Sampson and Mrs. Sampson, also an instructor at the college. Gretchen's parents, school mates and many others are quite proud of her accomplish ments. Also at D. H. S. this week, black students have had several mass meetings after school trying to decide on our speak er. If we succeed, this will be the first black speaker ever introduced to the students. Some students suggested hav ing a panel consisting of mili tants, college professors and ministers. This way many points of views could be dis cussed. This suggestion has Caswell County Happenings By DOROTHY AND PIRCY The Jones Bears defeated the Oakwood Raiders, Friday, Mar. 0 at the Caswell County High School Gym. The Second game was played between the faculty members and the Junior Varsity of the High School. The Junior Var sity defeated the faculty with a score of 90-74. Both games were sponsored by the Oak wood PTA. • • • The Philathea Class of the Yanceyville First Bapt i st Church met at the home of Mrs. Mollie Johnson. During the business session, officers for 1869 were elected. They are: president, Mrs. Eli zabeth Lea; vice-president, Mrs. Inez Blackwell; secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Graves; correspondent secretary, Mrs. Marie Rich mond treasurer; Mrs. Mollie Johnson. After the business session, refreshments were served. Hos tess fdr the night was Mrs. DMA Selects Chairman for Mothers' Event Miss Faye Weaver, vice pres ident with Weaver's Jewelers, Inc., in Durham lias been named chairman of the Dur ham Merchants Aaociatlon's Mother's Day Committee, ac cording to W. L Burns, Jr., DMA president. • Miss Weaver's committee will select judges to choose five Durham women as Mothers of the Year. Burns said the judges are not closely affiliated with the DMA to assure fairness in selecting the five Mothers. Any mother in Durham County, he said is eligible for the competition and can be recommended by friends or family. Biographical informa tion and the reasons for select ing a particular mother should be sent to the Mother of the Year Selection Committee, Box 530, Durham, N. C., Burns said. The DMA contest is held each spring with the winning mothers treated to luncheons and special tour of area land marks. Local Births The following births were reported to the Dqr&tm Coun ty Health Department during the week of March 3 through S.- William and Carrie Brooks, girl; Ralph and Maxlne Owens, boy; Charles and Ruth Leath ers, girl; Leroy and Delores Mickens, girl; Samuel and Betty Davis, boy; M. H. and Jo Ann Dudley, girl; James and Betty Harris, boy. been dropped because the microphone system in the audi torium is not set up to accom modate such a panel. Therefore, at this time, we're considering a speaker on which the stu dents (black particularly( and the school authorities, can agree. We're hoping vary much our plan for a speaker very soon, will succeed. If it succeeds we would also like a speaker in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King. We are moving on at DHS, surelv. Madison Heights Sergeant Honored HONSHU, Papan Master Sergeant Roy, C. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy B, Campbell, Rt. 1, Madison Heights, Va., is a member ot the 6100 th Support Wing at Tachikawa AB, Japan, that has earned the U.S. Air Fore# Outstanding Unit Award. This Pacific Air Forces Unit was cited fo r nine years of accident-free flying, support of Southeast Asia Operations and in maintaining good communi tyrelations with the Japanese people. The wing was also commended for exceeding De partment of Defense standards in aircraft maintenance, ad fninistratrve airlift for the Fifth Ai r Force and for out standing operation of housing areas. Dorothy Graves. The purpose of the club is a Bible study class for women. They are studying 2nd chapter of the I Thessalonians. Ten members were present • * • SICK LIST The sick for the week are: Percy A Graves and Otis Tot ten, a patient at the hospital. • • * Ernest Johnson of Washing ton, D. C. visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of Yanceyville. • • • Girl Scout Sunday was ob served, March B at the Yancey ville First Baptist Church. • • • Funeral services for Sp/4 Kennth Earl Wade of Yancey ville, who was killed February 21 in action in Viet Nam was held March 8 at the Yancey ville First Baptist Church. Of ficiating was Rev. J. E. Greene and Chaplain Charles Meyer. ■ WL 1 >, ■NOAMD Dr. and Mrs. Ear lie Endris Thorpe of 164 Oakmont Circle, Durham, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Rita Harrington to Joseph Clovis Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christopher Mitchell of Mobile, Alabama. The bride-elect attended Southern University Laboratory Happaaiags IT SMItIT SNAHUIH Historic Hillsborough has been filled with an array of smiling faces as the week flew by. There was one topic that was of interest to both black and white, rich and poor. That topic was the "district three conference win over the Chap el Hill Wildcats in the recent tournament by the mighty Orange Panthers. "We're number one" could be heard through the halls of OHS last week as the astonish ed students slowly made it to classes. The entire student body couid only feel admira tion and pride for the young men and their coach for the convincing victory over the Wildcats. Congratulations are especial ly in order for Johnny Crump and Roosevelt Chavious. Crump, 6'3" junior, won the "Player of the Year" award. Chavious, 5'10V&" senior, was first runner-up for the honor. Both Crump and Chavious were cited for their fantastic team efforts and were placed on the all conference first team. "Congratulations Panthers for you proved you were number one right on time!" **** Hillsborough Brownie Troop 150 will participate in "Scout Expo" on March 15 at St. Thomas Moore School In Chapel Hill. The girls will pre sent a skit. The Field Day is coohznxi »os*lie hints sL Make dessert special for your valentines this vear. Serve Valentine Pear Heart. Evaporated milk] the milk that whips, makes it light and fluffy. Your val entines will be impressed. J-- '&• &&mm. M, 'Ki VALENTINE PEAR HEART (Makes 6 to 8 servings) 2 cups (1-pound can) Vi cup chopped nut« SSifer !r*S~,, 1 csss-» % 10 " V 4 cup chopped celery 1 *»ble«poon lemon juice Drain pears; reserve syrup. Add water to syrup to make IV* cups. Bring to boil. Add gelatin. Stir to dissolve. Chill until consistency of unbeaten egg whites. Chop pears. Fold pears, celery, nuts and cherries into gelatin. Chill Carna tion Evaporated Milk in refrigerator tray until soft ice crystals form around edges of tray (1015 minutes). Whip until stiff (about 1 minute). Add lemon juice and whip until very stiff (1 minute longer). Fold whipped Carnation into gelatin mixture. Pour into 6 cup heart-shaped mold. Chill until Arm (2-3 hours), Unmold and serve. C-312C Printed In U.S.A. (29) School, Hillside High School, Durham, and is a senior at Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Mitchell attended school in Albany, Georgia and is • graduate of Central High School, Mobile, Alabama. He !• a senior at Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia. A June 7th wedding is being planned. from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ♦*** The Orange Student Body listened to an informative speech from Bill Glass, a pro fessional football player for the Cleveland Browns. The message was one from which each student could profit. **** Friday, March 14, marks the right of the "Happening" to take place at Orange Junior High School. The women teachers will take on the Girls Athletic Association Mean while the men teachers will battle the second string Jayvee team. It should be hilarious! On Saturday, March 1&, the Mount Bright Baptist Chu'cfi will participate in the same sort of action. The women of 'toe church will play the young ladies while the men take on the young men. of the church. The game will start at 7:30 p.m. at the Central High School gym. Everyone come out and enjoy yourself! This should proved to be fun. Trade Mission PRAGUE -A Japanese government trade mission will arrive Tuesday for a three-day visit designed to increase economic and technical coopera tion with Czechoslovakia, the state Chamber of Commerce announced Monday.

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