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12 - THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT, APRIL 9. 1977
DdcrJ:n Says I!:;:rc& Hot
Pcrdllod Hacry of ncdloirilv'
Brown - I
..." "You are no . longer per
rnjtted the dubious luxury of
medtocrity John ;B:; Mc
hundred winners of academic.
"Just- then, "one
players -- Big John.
pulled .at my-coattial. I. bent,
oirerYsnd lifc whispered. VWhen i
ydu get. up Jhere;;'Co.ach'fc rt-(.a
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; : rz r 'ler a.
: mw v kiiiiitit m ' tiinrdc . inmhAr .that crraf "rnflrnpr sir t--, M . . v .
iNorthXaipllna.Centritf 0.", .4Vt.O
jumyersityfriday . V ' V : ' : His -first.; chiss at teHh:tri.
; ' McUndon,": who was Carolina College, McLendon A'-V" V'YU, "
NOCLTs ' ' head -s basketball 1 $0&;-;wisr; i summer, sthool: y'ysj; f n
Kii:ss' du3 K2v:.is At::iuAi
v DIACtI AI1D GOID DALL
lesff fcoficnd Oif Soul
City's Open House
Although it was
rather Agnes L Smith, Ceraldine H.
coach from 1940 to 1952 and " class. The -teachers who had
later became"; .the: for.:thc &
ocach in theean:Basket- ' sii were; older, than the.
bafl Assodat sjtoke 'iCthe';22 yearold McLendom 7 . .
iiiuWrsity' Awards Day cere-, ' . "1 wrote jny name on the t f
monies.: - , blackboard John p. iMc
He', presented series of Lendori, Jr':, - arid the name of
aneoodotes from .'his years " the'; course.. The, class started
at North Carolina College', to . giggling. 1 turned baclfc to the
illustrate hiT . point that ..board, to see .what I had
success demands humility. . ' written, 'and the giggling ih
: McLendon' told of winning creased. " .'
his first championship ai'the .-. '.There was a large lady
pagje" head coach - Desiring there; She wasrVt just giggling,
applause, he waited at the rear she Was jiggling. I turned, tot her
of a campus auditorium .so he . .and . said, "Will you. tell" me
could milk further cheers .from.-. .What is . so amusing?.": "She
the . student body as he was laughted a little rhorei then
introduced. He" walked down "said, -'Mister ; Professor, you"
the aisle to lou'd cldpping and haven't even taken the tags off
started to ascend the stage, your new suit.'"
,The--'Kiitg- Qub;-4ne4- pre- , .a gown of polyester, trimmed
sentedit's Eighth Annual Black i in gold and gold shoes. She is
and Cold Ball, April 2 at the a native of Durham a graduate
' Durham Civic Center, . with a of Hillside High School. She
capacity; rcrowd of 1800, with is emoloved at Duke Hospital. ,i,i- famn. anA Winston. Carrie Terry. Mildred
standmg room only on ihi ball Other . contestants were : individuals came out in droves Battle, Linda G. Tally and
'floor; to wjtness the'.crowring Ms. Joe Ann Forte,: second . to visit Soul City to view the' Rosette CTozzo. .-.-' ,
' of anew .Queen for the year , runner up; MsvPatricte Parker,- Green 'i Many people were impress-
' l9U'7Si ' .o7,,!. ' ,tfild nnert P; M$;-Marcia;Duke Village : again this past ed with the progress of the re-
The Black and Gold Ball has Hayes, fourth runner up; Ms. . weekend, Aprtt 2 and 3. Green ' creational facilities located in
become a national event in Gloria - Washington, fifth - Village "is 'designed to Soul City.The basketbaU and
ham.drawmgmanyoutof . rurmer up; and Ms courts have been conv
' staters who-me each year to Middleton su convenient as possible.M pleted for some time, while
see and participate. "The Kings Qub, Inc. and - - jhose on hand to greet other facilities are still under
The new Queen.Ms. Edna J. contestahttrw'hto. visftors over, the weekend lirere.-. 0
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MS. EDNA TAYLOR
Joyce Ellis. Louis Owens was
Linda Harding; the out-going for their support for this by G, L Parker, meditation by
Queen.,The new Queen wore charity event. . . . - Alice McCowan The Exaulted
' ' " v ' ' . &lRuier ' k ::'Bther Thonias
iqCAt ORATORICAL X0I1TEST r S&J"tf:
. PrtrtA Fart Artiv anA Mre
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SPOilSOR ED BY BULL U I Y tLUb
The . Bull City-Elks Lodge ' will be a change in the public
were the sponsors of the recent mind to the end that the con
oratorical, contest.: It is,. the : stitution will be interpreted
opinion of of Elks of the world . and administered, in accordance
that : these contests win. direct . with - the fatherhood of God
; the- rnihd of the student to a.: and .the brotherhood of man.
.study and consideration of our , Presiding this year over the
organic law.constitution of the .program, was Dr. Forte, the
U. S.; that the inevitable'Tesults. chairman and the invocation
time keeper. ; . ' i
First winner was Gwen
dolyn - Fogg; second place
winner was Pamela Jones. The
winner will go to Sanford for
competition the third week
end in ApriL
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Walker and Mrs. Odelia Fuller
were the guests of Mrs. Mary
Walker of Roxboro for dinner
Sincere sympathy is ex
tended to the families of the
late Lawrence Harper, H.
Sunday, April 3.. Also a guest Smith, Bobby Long, Iva Berk,
was Mrs. Pauline Williams, and Lewis K. Green.
At 6 pjn. they attended
the Easter Cantata which was The Russell Extension
held at the First Bapitst Home Makers Club held its
Church, Rev. J. W. Barnes, monthly meeting at the home
Pastor' of Mrs. Margaret J. Parker on
March 28 at 7 pjn. Miss
Miss Wanda Harris, daugh- Vivian Parker was co-hostess,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. ..James The meeting was opened by
Hams, College Rd, Rouge- the president, Mrs.Burma
mont, has been named to the Dunnegan with a hymn and
dean's list at Durham Technk followed by the Lord's Prayer.
I he minutes were read and
the club's old and new busi
ness was discussed. Reports
were given on the trip to the
Pine Knoll Rest Home and
on sewing and mending. A
: trip to the rest home is
nannea tor April 8 tor a
Miss Martha Lawson was
among the awardees honored
recently at NCCU, in political
science. Congratulations to
Miss Lawson and all other,
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Bailey
--announced the arrival of a
beautiful baby girl, 7 pounds.
Mrs. Doris S. Perm and
children of Freehold, New
Jersey are in the city visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Schooler. Mrs. Perm and
her children will make a stop
in Martinsville, Va., to visit
-with her in-fews.
- CHEP meeting was held on
Monday night, March 28 at 7
pini at Teer House. The meet
ing was opened with a prayer
by Rev. E. J. Johnson. Mrs.
Ethel Jackson was in charge
of the meeting.
Members present were
Roumania Lipscomb, Alco
Carrington, Eva Hamlet, E. J.
Johnson, Percy Goldston,
Ethel Jackson, Ruth Satter-
white, Grace Council, Merlin
The club met at the home
of Mrs. Dunnegan in February
and at the home of Mrs.
Carrie Parker in January.
Those enjoying the deli
cious repast were, Burma
Dunnegan, Frances Harris,
Pearl Holman, Fannie Rhodes,
Nannie Harris, Carrie Parker,
C. Riley, Jean Williams, Mar
garet Parker, Lessie Long,
Gracie Mack, Margaret Parker,
Vivian Parker and Pauline
Pray for sick and shut in:
Mrs. Ludie B. Parker, Mrs.
Bertha McCloud, Harvey
Tilley, Mrs. Maud Lucas, Mrs.
Mattie Gaitherwright, Gattis
Bass, Mrs. Annie Strickland,
Eddie B. Kenlon, William
Carrington, Mrs. Leara Parker,"
Mrs. Viola Smith, Mrs. Allie L.
Vanhook, Mrs. Annie Roberts,
Mrs. Effie Lee Robertson, Miss
Rogers, Dorothy Lawson. .Pnrn R9 e Arthur VatifnA
Beie Carringtonj Connie Ser- Roy Rogers, , Sam Cameron
vice, Symiiier Daye, Edgar Mrs. Georgianna Moore, Mrs!
Johnson. The members were Mary . Justice, Mrs. Mallie
sony to hear that Mrs. Ethel Wilkerson, Broadie Daye
Jackson will be leaving CHEP. s and Joseph Bass
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