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By Mrs. T.H.Kinney
. Fayettevillians and other shoppers across the surroun- ' '
ding counties came for the annual December 26 ritual of
returns, exchanges and bargain hunting during the
weekend. However, the snow, sleet and rain hampered
many on Saturday.
Many students, friends, and other helpers gathered
and went caroling in and around the city to various
homes for people they cared for and thought would ap-r,
predate it. Some decorated their horses, others rode 1
some walked, Other clubs, volunteers and organizations
visited the rest homes and elderly as well.
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Dr. C.R. Edwards, pastor of First Baptist Church on v:
Moore Street, will give the invocation at Gov. .Jim
Hunt's inauguration on January 10. Dr. Edwards will ?
be jart of the reviewing stand during the ceremonies
marking the start of Gov. Hunt's seond term. The
ceremonies begin at noon on the Capitol grounds in
Kaieign. - .
A Christmas Share Committee took care of A I
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ua.v anus me vciciajis nnospnai. iney aia many,;
things that exhibited their generous care. They brought
smiles, joy, gifts, love and jokes.
Young people at the Y say it is time to register for';
your favorite class. -
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Miss Bevery Ann Hayes and A.G. McDonald II, bdth
of Detroit, Michigan, were married-Saturday at 3:30
p.m., in Savannah Baptist Church. The Rev. . Sam '
McDonald, Jr., the Rev. C.C. McLaughlin and the Rev. "
Maurice Hayes officiated.
Wedding musicians were Mrs. Barbara Jenkins and
George Currie. Others participating in the wedding were
Ms. Valerie Hayes, Ms. Mattie McDonald, Ms.
Deborah Morehead, Ms. Pamela Suggs and Ms. Carta
lorrey, uerncK Kegan, Leonard Brooks, Billy Brew- i
ington, Victor Dawson, James Glenn, Bernard Hayes. !
Also Ms. Eva Burns, Ms. Ruth Carroll, Ms. Pernell f
Robinson, Ms. Yvonne Robinson and Ms. Ernestine 1 J
fucker who were hostesses for the reception which was
held in the Spectrum. J
The bride is the daughter of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. A v
Maurice Hayes of Fayetteville. She is a graduate of
North Carolina State University and is employed in the
productive control department at Detroit, Michigan
Diesel Allison Division of General Motors.
The bridegroom is the son of Samuel McDonald of
Parkton. He is a graduate of Fayetteville State Universi
ty and is employed as a production supervisor at the
Fisher Body Division of General Motors. The couple
will live in Detroit.
NBC has become the national sponsor of the
Dramatic Script category of the Scholastic Inc. Writing
Awards Project, according to NBC's Children's Infor-
mational Services director. ' . ; -
Open to students across the nation in grades 7-12, the ; '
writing should be designed so as to encourage excellence
in Lewis Chapel Missionary Baptist Church with the ;
-"Rev. John Fuller officiating. ' ' ' : : . ,'
v The bride is the daughter of Master Sgt. and Mrs.
Julius Gilliard ; of A Fayetteville.; ? Parents of the 1
bridegroom ve Mr. and MrSi Danervin Shaw, also of
t The bride is a senior at Fayetteville'State Uhiversityp
The bridegroom is a graduate of Douglas Byfd High 7
School and is employed with Purolator Products, Inc.
t : -The couple will live in Fayetteville. v
; JHappy Birthday Anniversary to those who celebrated .V
during the past. week, especially Ms. Quessie Hodges '
and Ms. Soissette Darden. - ;
Happy Anniversary to, all who celebrated their an-- -;
niversary of said number of years this week. - " VT
,Miss DeLaine Naoiroi Ferguson of Fayetteville and'
Robert Headen, Jr.4 of Greensboro' were married ,
Saturday at noon in St. Joseph Episcopal Church with ?
the Rev. Offeral Thompson officiating. " -
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy '
Ferguson of the city The, bridegroom is the son of
Robert Headen of Greensboro and the late Mrs: Juanita
Headen. ,''"$' -u ,k "l 1 -J 3 : ;.: n
.The bride's parents were hosts for a reception in the :
Forst Bragg Officers" Club.- -
The bride is a graduate of A&T State University. She
is employed with the Veterans Administration Medical
' Center. The bridegroom is a student at Greensboro Col
lege. He is employed with, Sears and the Greensboro
. Daily News. , r f VV , ' .-'
. -The couple will live in Greensboro, r
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: !; Funeral services, were, held for Mrs. Rowena E.
McMillan of 306 Grafton Avenue, on Saturday after--noon.
Sympathy is extended to her daughter, Miss
Elizabeth McMillan of the home, Booker T. McMillan
.of the home; Benjamin McMillan of Fayetteville, and
f Hubert McMillan Of Fredericksburg, Va.
- Funeral services for Mrs. Alice McNeil, 107, 705
' Humphrey Lane, were held Sunday afternoon at
Friendship Baptist Church.
She is survived by a six-generation family. Sympathy
is extended to her seven daughters, two sons, 31 grand
w children, 61 great-grandchildren, 81 great-great grand
children and 26 great-great-great grandchildren; one
half brother and one half sister, both of Winston
- ' New Year's Eve and New Year's Day often are times
of joyous celebration'by persons "ringing out the old
and ringing in the new." So a reflection of the past year
and a projection for the coming year are appropriate at
'this time. ;
Let's just pick one resolution that you want to ac
complish as a goal. ? , t
Robert Fitzgerald Kinney, age 12, says he wants to
make a perfect attendance record and challenges aH
Moms and Dads how about it? Don't be. stubborn
about alcohol, cigarettes, exercises and a balanced diet
when fnends are speaking to you about k. T
All Students to let's try to have a greater
understanding of each other.
All Educators to be spiritually strong and don't
give up! Hang in there!
AH Grandparents to stay healthy as long as you
can so that grands can keep on enjoying you.
Other friends let's learn and know that North
Carolina is a paradise for people who enjoy good living.
Let's show our pride! -.
Well, another year has gone by. It seenw like each
year passes by a little faster than the year before. We
have accomplished a lot this year: some of us' a new
house and new furniture, a good job, good health, a
new car, a new coat, a new baby and many other new
things. Anyway, the most important thing was that we
were able to be together, to share and to love.
For Your Reading Pleasure, 1981, 1 "Wish You I year
cj Hippiness, 12 months of Fun, 52 weeks of Gladness,
365 dayrof Success, 8,760 hours of Good Health and
525,600 minutes of Good Lock!
Happy New Year, 1981, All Carolina Times Readers!
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BEEP Visiting Professor
Dr. Charles Powell, BEEP Visiting Profostor, talks candidly with students about the
knowledge and characteristics K Ukes to maki It In the competnive business Industry. (L-R):
Dr. Charies Powell,. Medlc Director, Hartford Insuranci Group, Hartford, Connecticut;
William Murphy, freshman, business administration major of Wilmington and Ms. Judith Col
bert, freshman, business administration major of Yancyvitle.
Dr. Powell Is licensed to practice medicine and surgery, and Is a member of the
Massachusettes Medical Society. His educational background Includes as alumnus of Howard
University Medical Schoolr and post graduate work at Yale, Harvard and Tufts School of
Medicine. - ; L -
Red Cross To Offer Coursds Starting This Month
' Red Cross Willi offer ' scheduled for January 12 the textbooks and other
in writina and creative achieyement.cItltmaMbe an three conimuriitv
original mcvisiun, rauiu or 111m scnpi, ur uuc-i;iilil ;wan
The winner is to receive $500. As many as 19 addi
tional cash prizes will be awa ded. All entries must be
postmarked by February 6, 1981.
Get your torn and rules by writing to: Or. Ellen Rod
man, NBC, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, Room 1801, New
York, N.Y. 10020. jCheck it out! Be a first!
Miss Deborah Elaine CCiard and Daniel McPhaul;
both of Fayetteville, were married Saturday at 2 p.m.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Game Room In fantastic
location. Gross $14,000-$21, 000 per year. Sell
cigarettes, candy, sodas, beer and chips. Initial In
vestment $1,850, then $275 per month. You're the :
boss. CaH - BIBi Productions Enterprises, Inc.,
first is a: six-week course concentrate: on ! the
for1.S exrectahts parents, parent's role in the social,
designed primarily to help emotional, language and
them knpw3at toj
period, labor delivery, i,
twiairneet on Wednesday
rdghtsT (Is Colleen'; ;
.'j Ericltsonil Rrfe and t Ms.'
Doris Dunbar,f! RNV " will
'1-:.A ;j second. Parenting
f cbfitsev designed- "Tor
' parents with children :
: under two years of age, is
of the young child. Ms
; Jane Domer and Ms. Ann
Mosher tre "the - group '
: The third , course '."is:.? .
'hCMiA io p 11 1 monary0
Resusatauon' :r (CPR)
For mofe information
about these classes and a
complete class schedule of
other first aid. CPR, nurs
ing and health courses Red
Cross will offer this winter
and spring, contact the
Red Cross office or call
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H4O0 minimum bdancc.
"5 per month if minimum
1 balance not maintained.
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SAVINGS AMO LjOAISJ
w' or S3488. Extra nice car that lti room
conomy wrth eyi. ongk). AT AC.
788 cash or trade, 18 APR, 36 month,
w 14301 .96 OPP I
7SChw.UonttCorto pwiia $8349
or 12788. Local trado ln with low mNoa and
lota of oxtrat IncludlnB AT, P8, AC, landau
root, buckat toata and mora. $688 down
cash or irada. 16 APR, 30 no.. 83249.70
or 83288. Partact car teroWng .around
townTFuRv aauippod wttn AT. PS, AC, AM-
cash or fraOa, 16 APR, 36 mo, 83978.40
iEutdkUfuiaTe Pwitonai $4442
or $988. Cl local tradoa.GnM 2nd car.
ttOa 20APR. 12 WO, $1043J4 OPP
7 Toyota S.W. pitowr$1101
w $3988. Ptonty of room economy.
KndnMrf ,xMh a ewL anoint. 4 soaod trana.
iA7cTiB88 down onfi or Irada, 16 APR,
Mita 111M LI mo.. S7fi95.44 DPP
7ICrfcCtykrt -wmokoi UX$
or $2588. TMa la a dean local traoVin (hal
w would mafca the partoct 2nd car. Equipped
man. $688 down caan or trade, ia aph, a
T-too. Both are Mly eilppod and In ox
oedent condition. . .
7f Cu50COfl NrWonlh $18742
or $6688. TWa wagon, la in excellent condi
tion and tuny eojwppad mckjdlnQ AT; P8.
Pi, AC woeddreJo paneling, kiooaae rack
tor Quick sale. $1388 down cash or
71 lrcurviiociMorrth 154.11
of good aervtee lemaJning. $688 dewn cash A
oriradw18APa30m0..1a311.0 OPP 5' '
71 KSaada CIC tpott f 'par mo. $12947
or $4688. A greit Wa carl Thia
omy car la In exoaHent ahapa 4 eoipped
with 4 cyl. engine. 5 ape trar.,:atereo
music, and iwore. $788 down cash or trade.
14 Mf, SO RIO, fHWM yrr;,$.
179041X9 , , ' ; ParMontt $2442 f
or $3288. A local car with only 36,000 mAea. .
Thia Ford ia In fine ccodltion and fully M
equipped.:: including power windowa and
eats, cruiaa control, AM4FI stereo. AC '.
and more. A great buy! $888 down cash or w
Yes. we fiavaone.of thoea hard to and Die- Jh -eel
powered CuMaMsa. TWa beautiful car la
In excellent condWon arid loaded with ex-
tras tndudirta Btereo, ait wheel, cruise con- ) -,
trot; seats and tW-Xj&Z&li
ahapa. Thia super eoorwmy cje la equipped .
with many optlor Inckidlnq auto trana. and w
air cwtdtttoning. Reducedt $3S8 down cash
or trade. 11 APR. 420.7585.44 '; u
. 799063 AeforoT.M ,
.'2 to ctwoae from. Both cars are like new
and equipped with Aa 1 AutomattO rr 1 v
Speed. HURRY! . - 1 V j
71 MesSa nsl09 PwMonm $11 ,7
or$46m Acle4n locfruck.w '
SSv or tade, 15 APR, 38 mo., $5654.84
DPP T ,? .
We have oneoflha last Mk5oCrwtiwea m
uik if in mat condition and Driced
;;mcHiulai; teaching system
learning how to give lm- i
;; mediate carerfor victims of h
iPaadcpurW;. features . a
iprogrammed, y illustrated
workbook,; viewers, peer
-practice, ' manikin; prac
tice, and evaluation by an
authorized Red I Cross
CPR instructor. Hie ten
hour training is set , for
'7:30-10:00, Monday and
' .Wednesday nights, Lewis
Garrett is the instructor.
-, ' All courses . wfll be held
at the Red Cross: building,
1000 1 East For 6t Hills
Blvd. There is no charge
for the courses, 1 but. a
nominal fee is charged for
great condition end pnoeo
1 to be a collector's Iteml .
miaswjBp Over U Used Cara To Choosarroni .
mm m nnuMrf hu star Automobiia Limned Warranty.' We finance on the spot H you 1
quaHfy. the ear can be financed with little or no down payment, aa paymenta subject to ap
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