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6- THE CAROLINA TIMES ' SAT.. APRIL 9. 1977
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SUNRISE SERVICE AT PEACE MISSIONARY
On Easter Sunday morning Sunrise Service will be held at
the Peace Missionary Baptist Church, 1212 East Main Street at
5:30 am. The program will feature a pageant titled "Crowned,
Not Crucified", in choral music and narration directed by Miss
7iUU Fairley tod Mrs. Hazeline RempsQn,, and narrUd by
Joseph Jones, Jr. '' .
The music will be rendered by the Youth Choir of the
church accompanied by two guest soloists,- Mrs. Dorothy
Sterling and Miss Nay Malloy under the direction of Jeff Banner
and Christopher Kemp. "The Service 'of Communion" by
candle-light will climax the service. Gregory Ceres and Michael
Rempson will serve as ushers.
. Following this program, breakfast will be served for mem
bers and guests. . .
' At the 1 1 a.m. -service pf worship the "Thirty Pieces of Sil
ver," an .Easter Love Offering will be presented in a special
The pastor of the church is... Rev, William E. Daye. The
public is invited to attend. k
COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULED
The Durham County Missionary Baptist Union will hold its
Council Meeting, Saturday, April 16th at 6 pjn. The meeting
wiH be held at the Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church, 1500 S.
Roxboro Street! Rev. N. P. Broadie, is pastor of the church.
Mrs. Willie G. Sneed is president of the union!
CARDS OF THANKS
The Family of the late The Family of the late Mrs.
Milton Murray acknowledges Marie Whitley wishes to thank
with mteful appreciation vour their many friends for their
kind expressions of sympathy kind thoughts shown them
shown during the death of during their hour of bereave
their love one. ment May God bless all of
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Mrs. Lucille E.. Cooke of
Weldon will be the guest
speaker at the Women's Day
Program at St. Paul AME
. Church, Chapel Hill, on Sun
day; April 17, at the. II
o'clock morning worship.
r- Mrs. Cooke is the wife of
Dr, t. B. Cooke, Sr., of
: Weldon and a member of
St. Matthews AME Church.
' She was educated at
. Kittrell College and Cheyney
State College, Pennsylvania:
At present, she is a Steward
ess, Class Leader and Sunday
School Teacher; president of
. the Woman's Missionary Soci
ety of her church; the Ever
Ready and Floral Clubs;
Project Chairman of Church
Mrs. Cooke taught in the
Weldon Public School system
for 40 years. After retiring,
she was a member of the
Weldon School Board for
f-T 1 I1 1 IMtaff!ir' iiiijrnillliiuiiiiiWWilja
Mrs.. Inez. Long, Mrs. Mary - LONG 'v oa -Wednesday at 2 p.rrt at
Barbee ' and . Mrs, Hattie fiobb formerjy 0f the Union Baptist Church with
Hackney of Durham; and Mrs. d pfa Brooklyn, Dr. Grady Davis officiating.
N. Y. The body is being Courtesy ot scaroorougn,
Durham tor , and Hargett Memorial uiapej
ser-,-and Gardens. ; . .... :s
Lillie Scott of New York
Eades was born in Pitt-
was employed at the Colonial be 'amount : fai
warenouse in Kaieign uniu ius Courtesy of Scarborough
retirement 15 years ago.: -i Hareett Memorial Chanel
Arrangements were 7-, by r mA irfrJL;. -
Ellis ;.D. Jones
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CiimmI MruAi , Fnrv lira ' .
Mrs. Lena Wrenn 69. of Harris of 814 Belvin Ave. who ""
eleven years. She was also
President of the North Caro
lina Conference . Branch ,
Missionary Society ' for 27
years until her resignation in
1968. She is currently treasu
rer of the N. C. Conference
Branch Missionary Society.
Funeral services for Clifton
Sanford, died Saturday, April 2 died Monday were held on switttohear, slow to speak.
at Duke Hospital in Durham, rrway. r now ro wrarn.-
She had been " in declining Services were held at 2 p.m. for the wrath of man
health for a short period of at theunion Bapnsi cnurcn worketh nof the righteous.
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James h 19-20
CONCERT TO BE HELD AT FISHER MEMORIAL,
Funeral services were held ciating.
at Mount Piseah Free Will She is survived by a sister,
FaHfts 5?r nf 341ft Mnrdecai Ranrict Phurrh in Sanfnril Mrs. Effie CoStner . Of
Street, were held Saturday, Wednesday. Burial followed in Columbus, Ohio; and two
April 2 in the Kinedom Hall of White Oak Cemeterv. brothers, Eugene Harris
Jehovah's Witnesses on Mrs Wrenn is survived bv of Columbus, Ohio and
Fayetteville Street. one daughter, Mrs. Helen W.
S. W. Baker delivered the Williams; one sister, Mrs.
sermon and William Critchen Mattie Belote; one brother,
was the chairman. Solos were Dossie Wrenn, all of Sanford;
sung by Mrs. Carrie Byrd. and one niece, Mrs. Ethelene
, - , ,., . Pallbearers were Nathaneil L. Prayloe of Durham.
The Communitv Gospel Choir of Salisbury, Maryland, under Tnler Oscar Surrette. Curtis
the direction of Warren White, will be performing a full concert Bowe, Alfonso Toler, Tom
at 6:30 pjn. April 10th at Fisher Memorial United Holy Church Wadsworth, and Walter
420 Piedmont Ave. , Finnelle. Burial was in Rox-
ine CIIOU was organ izeu in ypy m ooiiwuijr, ojiu uao boro .. . -llfi4pniv on TupcHjiv n 1 1 j VT Liu
traveled extensively along the East Coast. (f-;. .. . i addition to his wife. Iff, rT& iSL1 ..gL were.
nautili nmw w "'u -- Mrs. Mary dcon caaes, ne is boro (NC)
vice president, and Warren Lankford, is accompanist. Luther survived by three brothers, He is the brother of the
Lankford is the choir advisor. , jesse and Robert Eades of Rev Yvonne Beasley Execu-
The concert is being sponsored by the music councfl of and Ollie Eades of dve' Director of the United
Fisher Memorial and the public is invited to attend. New York; and four sisters, Campus Christian Ministry ser
ving North Carolina Central
William Taft Beasley, Jr.,
. Burial was
Courtesy of Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
Final rites for Lawrence
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South Square ShoppteCtntflU
fUpper Level AcroSfrbjnc
Prices Effective thru April 9
Welcome Easter With
traditional lilies in
Nothing says Easter like the quiet.,
dignity of the classic lily. Select
several of these bloom-filled plants
in foil wrapped pots for gifts and to
add holiday spirit about the house I
Fresh mums in
Come see this special selec
tion of hanging baskets with
freshly planted specimens that
you can enjoy all year around I
HIGH GERAUIUfi PLANTS
White, Red or Blue Flowers
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Don't miss this exceptional
selection . of mums in foil
wrapped pots. . Lavish with
blooms that'll last for weeks!
Wj5 Y. if
Beribboned orchid corsages
elegantly, boxed. Accent your
Easter ensemble with one of,
the world's loveliest flpwers.
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Funeral services will be
conducted on Saturday, April '
9 at 1 pjn. at Antioih United
Church pf Christ .in Bayboro.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Emma Beasley and four
children; and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Taft
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lizzie ,M. Crowder of 1211
W. Pettigrew Street were held
on Monday at 2 pjn. in the
Scarborough and Hargett
Mrs. Crowder, who died
at her home is survived by
three sisters, Mrs. Irene
Archer, Mrs. Locelia Wade
and Mrs. Deletta Harris all of
Durham; 'and three brothers,
- Fleming - Bass - and Hiawatha
Bassyiotll: of Durhahv and! Ihel
Rev! Durley" Bass of StatenM'
Burial was in Glenview
Memorial Park. !
Courtesy of : Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
Funeral services for Mrs.
Delia Smith, 2407 Dallas
Street were held on, Monday
at 11 a.m. in the Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel.
Rev. Willie McMillian officiat
ed. She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Mary Alice
Reed, , and Mrs. Madgelene ft
i i al - r i . .
Junes, oo in oi uurnam; two
sons, Latta Smith of Gary
and Claude Smith of Dur
ham; twasisters, Mrs. Rena
Hunter of Wake Forest and
Bishop Maude Pope of
Raleigh and nine grand
children. Burial was in Beechwood
. J .
Courtesy of Scarborough l
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
and Gardens. .
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Scarborough & Hargett
'A DIGNIFIED SERVICE IN A SYMPATHETIC WAY"
BURIAL PROTECTOR PLAN
Attend the Church of Your Choice
Generations Since"! 886
306 S. ROXBORO ST. DURHAM, N. C.
"WE PLACE DIGNITY IN DEATH"
Mrs. Sarah R. Reeves
Mrs. M. W. Williams
Mrs. Edyth Rucker
Rev. Luther Brown
Full of Eggs And
When Flowers Betortflr-Call!
WILLIAM A. REEVES, LICENSED DIRECTOR
544-3709 or 544-3700
3314 APEX HIGHWAY
These 'just arrived' azaleas are
ablaze with blooms and rich
in color. Take home several
plants in foil wrapped pots.
Lovely blooming African vio
lets ..in a variety of colors.
Each plant in its own white
plastic basket with handle.
Where you receive
Courteous Service With,
Economy r" .
W. A. Amey, Jr.
2919 Fayetteville St.
Durham Vt. '
" ' Call 688.1860, 7 :
Call 688-3310 '
HI I III in'' I II
30) Fayetteville St. Durlua, N. C
IEV. 10XENZ0 A. LYNCH, Piittr
APRIL 10, 1977 ;
. 9:30 A. M. - CHURCH SCHOOL '
9:45 A. M. - Pastor's Annual Lenten Class
10:55 A. M. - WORSHIP - Th. Pastor, Sermon "ON
JREACHINQ FROM HELLI" (Matthew :
28:16-20 and Revelation 1:18)
The Senior Choir leadina the singing. Mr.
John H. Gattis, Organist-Director '
The Lady Ushers ushering.
Monday, April 11, 5:00 pjn. 7:00 p.m. . Children's Eas-'
ter Party for children of White Rock and the community