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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, July 05, 1969, Page 5A, Image 5

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k IW B Photo by Purefojr) MR. AND MRS. JETHRO LEON ROGERS LEAVE CHUtCH ' Miss Violet Louise Perry Weds Jethro Leon Rogers in Mount Vernon Ceremony Saturday The marriage of Miss Violet Louise Perry and Jethro Rogers was performed in Mount Ver non Baptist Church, Saturday evening, June 28 at 7:00 p m. hy the Rev. Emmett Taiialerro Frowne. Music was provided by the church's celestial choir with Mrs. Hazel Wilson Smith as organist. Mrs. Rogers, daughter of Mrs. Lenora Sims Perry, is a teacher at Northern High School in Durham County. Mr. Rogers, son of Mrs. Dela Pr : nce Rogers, is employed in the sales personnel of Brunson's M ercSi in !i se* a rtf~ S Given in marriage by her mother, the bride wore a peau de soie empire gown trimmed with chantilly lace and a full length, detachable train. The bride carried an orchid with gysophilia on a Bible. Mrs Bessie Jones Jordan of Hampton, Virginia, sister of Durham Social Notes of Interest By MRS. SYMINER DAYE CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Donnell Hicks, Jr for their bouncing baby boy who was )>orn Saturday, June 21. Mother and baby are at home and do ing fine. Mrs. Hicks is the for mer Miss Jackie Parker, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Park er, Sr., 3042 Lake Drive. Mrs. Hicks is a graduate of Hillside High School, the College School of Nursing of Winston-Salem. She also received training at Meharry College in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Hicks, a RN is em ployed as a charge nurse at Duke Hospital. Mr. Hicks is a graduate of High School and North Caro lina College at Durham. They are the parents of two more USHER TO HOLD EXECUTIVE MEETING SUNDAY The executive meeting of the Interdenominational Usher Board Union will be held at Mount Level Baptist Church Saturday, July 5 at 8:00 p.m. Business of importance. Please send a representative. THANK YOU, EVERYONE! To my many, many friends, thanks for the various acts of kindness, your prayers, visits, telephone calls, donations, flowers and cards of faithful greetings while I was sick. May God bless you. Miss Vivian Parker • * * WITH DEEPEST SYMPATHY Deepest sympathy goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Glenn, Lakewood Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Holman, Deaboifi Drive and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Glenn, Rougemont. • • • VISITING IN BALTIMORE Miss Jackie and Tonie Jones, children of Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Jones of Springdale Avenue are visiting their sister, Miss Elizabeth Jones in Balti more, Maryland. the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a Ro-le-da pink linen empire gown trimmed with lace and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Bridesmaids, dressed similar to the honor attendant in pastel blue linen, were Mrs. Vivian Rogers Patterson, sister of the bridegroom and Mrs Olivia Williams, sorority sister of the bride. Miniature bridesmaids were Little Misses Angela Aus tin and Sharon Crews, all of Durham. William Joseph Stewart, a fraternity brother of the bride groom, was best man. Ushers were in-law ot the bridegroom; Wil liam Spencer Crews, and Quin ton Parker, fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, and Edward Charleston, all of Durham. The reception was in the Church's Fellowship Hall. The couple will reside on Route 7, Durham. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWLYWEDS Congratulations and best wishes to the newlyweds: Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pettiford, Mr. and Mrs. Jefro Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leondras Bruton, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Covia L. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. John Benjamin Taylor. RED MOUNTAIN BIBLE SCHOOL IS SUCCESS The Bible School held at Red Mountain Baptist Church of Rougemont was a great suc cess, having an average of 103 pupils a day with seven class es. They had 80 perfect attend ant pupils, 18 high honors, and 12 appreciation certificates. It was climaxed with a grand pic nic Saturday, June 28. Directors were Mrs. Nola Folk and Mrs. Emma S. Bullock. There were fourteen instructors, Mesdames Hallie Bass, Carrie Parker, Cora Mae Allen, Murl Mangum, Louise Veasley, Rosa Johnson, Luke Veasley, Mozelle Harris, Ola Yancey, Romelia Mangum, Dorethea Harris, Emma Bul lock, Elizabeth Daye and Ron ald Bullock. There will be a display of items accomplished in the Edu cational Department of the church, Sunday, July 6 at which time the pastor, Rev. Floyd T. Eaton will deliver the message. • • • SICK AND SHUT-INS The sick and shut-ins for the week: Mrs. Luna Bullock, Rte. 1, Bahama; Mrs. Beatrice Man ley, Cook Road; Mrs. Viola Smith, Rougemont; Mrs. Dora Smith, 1403 Fay Street; Mrs. Viney Lyon, Route 3, Herndon Road; Mrs. Mattie Lyde, 1022 Rosedale; Mrs. Mamie Allen, Watts Hospital; Mrs. Senora Edward, 1010 Morehead; Mrs. Lucy Cates, Duke Hospital; Jessie Harris, Durham; Mrs. Cassie Trice, 3001 Angier, Mrs. Amelia Hester, 1200 Moreland; Mrs. Arcelia Greenwood, South Street; Jasper Haskin, Nebo ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. William M. Al len, Jr. announce the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Cynthia Jean Allen to Roy A. Pettiford, son of Mrs. Geneva Pettiford of Roxboro. An Au gust 31 wedding is planned. Street and Joseph Bass, Rouge mont. Local Births The following births were reported to the Durham Coun ty Health Department during the week of June 16 through 21: Joseph and Lucille Matthews, boy; George and Hattie Wat son, boy; Charles and Doris Currie, boy; William and Peggy Mackey, boy; Otto and Beverly Phillips, girl; Lonnie and Ver nelle Moore, boy; Charles and Sharon Yanc»", girl; Jasper and Barbara Gaddy, girl. Kt'/' 'I CELEBRATE 2STH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY—J. Niel Arm strong director of summer school at A«tT State University presents Mrs. Armstrong with a silver service on the couple's 25th wedding anniversary cele COUPLE HONORED AT REHEARSAL DINNER Miss Violet L. Perry and Jethro Rogers were honored at an after rehearsal dinner on Friday evening, June 27 prior to their wedding date. The din ner was given by her sorority, Tau Gamma Delta, and was served on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews on Jerome Road. A special table was set for the guests of honor and their immediate families. A center piece of wedding bells decorat ed their table, and similar cen terpieces were used on the in dividual tables on the lawn. The sorority's colors were also used as background decora tions. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Patterson, Miss Sudie Fields, Edward Charleston, and Mesdames Barbara W. Hawley, Brenda Nunn, Bertha Jordan, Edna Harrington,, Olivia Wil liams, DeNina Austin, Evelyn Gilliard, Virginia Alston, J. W. Mitchell, Theresa Dalton, Lydia Wray, Elizabeth Tate, and L. M. Harris. • • • GUEST SPEAKER AT FISHER MEMORIAL Bishop J. W. Jackson of Goldsboro, senior bishop of the Southern District Convocation of the United Holy Church of America, Inc. will be guest speaker at the 11:00 a.m. wor ship service, Sunday, July 6 at Fisher's Memorial United Holy Church, 420 E. Piedmont Ave. The public is welcome. Dr. A W. Lawson is pastor. June Brings Happy Birthday To Seven Senior Citizens June brought Happy Birth days to seven of the Senior Citizens at St. Titus': Joseph Arnold, and Mesdames Hallie Baines, Lillian Buchanan, Effie Cotton, Mamie G. Dawson, Sa die Postles, and Addie Wil liams, Mrs. Baines, not in town, and Mrs. Buchanan, unable to attend, were greeted in absen tia and sent their remem brances. In spite of cloudy weither and impending rain thefre was plenty of sunshine indoors: sunshine created by the profu sion of flowers from the gar dens of Delia Patterson and Mrs. Julia Harris, sunshine of the pretty, pretty napkins giv en by Mrs. Flonnie Goodloe, sunshine of candles and lace, sunshine of three birthday cakes and other party refresh (Continued on page 10A) brated last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong were honored at a dinner Sunday by their neighbors, Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Spruill. Mrs. Armstrong is employed in the A&T library. Durham Social Happenings By Mrs. Virginia Alston Dial 569-6629 ——mi nw ——■« ■iWitv. THRIFTY CLUB ENJOYS SUMMER OUTING LURAY AND NATURAL BRIDGE The Thrifty Club Summer Outing took them and some of their family and friends to Natural Bridge, and Luray Cav erns, Va. in a one day trip re cently. Those that took the trip are: Mesdames Barbara Roberts, Mae Bell McDonald, Laura Lee Grimsley, Helen Harris, Karen Fogg, Annie Alston, Annie Mae Gilmore, Margaret Johnson, El nora Ranson, Rozetta Cobb, Etta Pointer, Virgie Mangum, Bessie Pratt, Queen Cooper, Christine Sales, Lucille Flow ers, Anzella Brim, Irene Hall, Gertrude Stubbs, Viola Riley, Mae Core, Beatrice Holeman, Genevieve Hargrave, Marie Har ris, Luna J. Holman, Elizabeth Jones, Jessie Mclntyre, Eliza beth Edwards, Misses Debra Roberts, Tonya McKoy, Miss Cheryle, Miss Claudell Johnson, Miss Selma McKoy and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hooker. * * * MRS. L. B. FRASIER HOSTESS TO YEAR ROUND GARDEN CLUB ON MON., JUNE 23 Monday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m. the Year Round Garden Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Frasier, 2111 Duncan Street. After the devotional pe riod began with the club song led by Mrs. Elizabeth Frasier, the annual picnic was held in doors because of the weather. Each member brought a bas ket. Mrs. Gazella Lipscomb thank ed Mr. and Mrs. Frasier for their fine hospitality and the lovely music. Mrs. Alice Collins will be the delegate -to the# convention. Members present were: Mes dames Alma Bennett, Lena Gates, Madge Hargraves Plas sie Harris, Gertrude Long, Em ma Randolph, Roxie Rowland, Annie Strickland, Mary Thom as, Loraine Thorpe, Flossie To rain, Alma Hyde, guest. "COCA-COl*" •r' ' »«r •r;-r o r- ~.e.- f i mm. mM |j§b*^^supervisor for The Boeing Co. in Seattle, he puts in a V lull day's work, but still manages to find many hours |y9HMfl|^jH to devote to The Job Corps, to voter recruitment jf j and to his family. 4 A schedule like this calls tor plenty of Coca-Cola. J You the taste he never gets tired ot. jraH '' That's why; for J eft, things go better with Ookt. |B ; H been way lor years. Bottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Companyby the people in your town who bring you Coca-Cola. DURHAM COCA COLA BOTTUMC CO. flv I A jtwmk MR. AND MRS. DONNIE MINOR (Photo by Purefoy) Miss Barbara Delois Wells and Donnie Minor United in Outdoor Ceremony on Sat. June 28 The Rev. E. T. Browne officiated Saturday in an out door ceremony at 2317 S. Alston Ave., which united in marriage Miss Barbara Delois Wells and Donnie Minor of Mebane, so of the late Mrs. Novella Minor. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nellie R. Wells of Teachy and the late Jess T. Wells. Given in marriage by J. A. Carver, her uncle, the bride wore a peau de soie gown in empire SATURDAY, JULY 6, 19SB THE CAROLINA TOO*— A-line design with scoop neck line and short sleeves. Her veil was attached to a peau de soie bow. Miss Janie T. Wells was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a mint green peau de soie dress and matching head piece and carried carnations. James Minor of Mebane was best man for his brother. -Mr. and Mrs. James A. Carver, v . and uncle of the bride, g»»e a reception at their borne. The couple will resde at Mebane, where the bridegroom works for White's Furniture Man ufacturing Co. The bride works for N. C. Mutual Life Insurance Co. as a bookkeeper. Some ground squirrels spend as much as three-fourths of their lives sleeping under pound. 5A

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