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The Durham Chapter of Continentals held its mon
thly meeting Saturday, May 16, at Zafa Temple on
South Alston Avenue, with Mrs. Grade Rogers as
hostess. This meeting marked the end of the fiscal year
and the business included annual reports from all past .
officers and committees.
Election and installation services for new officers for
fiscal year 1981-82 concluded the meeting. New officers
are: Ms. Lillie Edwards, president; Ms. Diane Sanford,
vice president; Ms. Georgetta Parker, recording
secretary; Ms. Delores Plummer, corresponding
secretary; Ms. Carolyn Crump, treasurer; Ms. Brenda
Crawford, financial secretary; and Ms. Annie Reed,
Later that evening, all Continentals and their guests
were invited to a disco sponsored by the hostess and past
president, Mrs. Rogers. Several businesses of the com
munity sponsored door prizes for this affair.
Heroines arid Companions
Hold Annual Banquet-Ball
On Friday evening, May 1, Boyd and Hodge Court
No. 7, Heroines of Jericho, PHA, held its fifth annual
Banquet and Ball at the Downtowner.
Guest speaker for the evening was Companion James
Nunn, Past High Priest of C. Hudson Chapter No. 63,
Holy Royal Arch Mason, and also a member of this
Recognition awards were presented to Heroines Mary
E. Young, Lois Henderson, Mary Adams, Gladys
Dawkins, Ophelia Spells, Mary Scott, Marion Cov
ington, Olinza Johnson, Ernestine Scott, Constance
Williams, Alma Spann, Marie Hill, Rosa Stephens;
Companions Liston Gore, Sr., and Monroe Long.
Mrs. Annie C. Gore is president of the court.
Mrs. Holman Surprised
With Birthday Dinner
Mrs. Luna J. Holman was the proud and gracious
recipient of a surprise birthday dinner party given by her
close friend, Mrs. Leona Hawkins on South Roxboro
St., in her home on Monday evening, May 18.
Mrs. Holman's friends and family did everything in
their power to make this a gala affair. She received
numerous cards, gifts and flowers from persons present.
The honoree declared the affair as "one of the greatest
birthday celebrations ever given" for her.
Chi Eta Phi Holdte
Green and YelldvBan
Pi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi, Inc., held its Sixth Annual
Green and Yellow Ball on Saturday, May 23, at the
Durham Civic Center. Music was provided by the Phase
All proceeds from the ball go to the chapter's
Scholarship and Community Projects fund. Nursing
scholarships are given to area nursing students yearly.
Better Homes & Gardens Club
In last week's article, the name of Mrs. Patricia Tilley
was erroneously reported as '"having made a presentation
at the banquet held on May. 17. The name should have
been that of Mrs. Helen. Brown.
Price Street Community Club
The Price Street Neighborhood Community Club met
at the home of Mrs. Georgia Fellers on May 8.
Following devotion, Ms. Annie Dunnigan, the presi
dent, conducted the business session.
Honors were given to mothers, in keeping with
The hostess served dinner to the following members:
Mmes. Hastie Price, Sadie Pough, Lucy Hollo way,
Fidelia Brooks, Servater Evans, Elmira Flintall; and D.
Garden Club Holds May Meeting
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un iway jy, Mrs. Mary Mcciary ana Mrs. naomi
Parker were hostesses for, the meeting of the West
Durham Blossom Garden Club at their home on Cornell
Street. The house was beautifully decorated throughout
with spring flowers brought in from the members'
The "Garden Gate" was opened by Miss M.L.
Stephens and included a poem entitled "God Has Given
Us," During the business session which followed, com
mittee reports were heard; Mrs. Gertrude Gibson and
Mrs, Mary Allison demonstrated arrangements made of
flowers from their gardens; Mrs. Dorothea Reddrick
Johnson, a student in photography at Durham
Technical Institute, showed slides of pictures made at
the annual flower show in May and Toby Bost, hor
ticulture specialist from the Agricultural Extension Ser?
vice on Foster St., gave a most, interesting and infor
mative lecture on all types of gardening such as soil
preparation, care of bedded plants and the care of roses,
annuals, biennials and perennials. , ,
White Rose Circle Club
White Ros Circle Club of St. Mark AME Zion
Church met Sunday, May 24, at the home of Mrs. Janie
Butler on Uristead Street.
The vice president led the devotion, after which the
president, Mi s. E.B. Flintall, presided over the business
session. All reports were read and approved by the
members, Pli ns were made for the summer activities.
After the rr eeting the hostess served a delicious dinner
to Mmes. lillie Brown, Goldie Mitchner, Therlan
Thompson, Myrtle Walker, Maggie Thompson and
The next meeting on June 14 will be the last meeting
for the summer. The hostess was thanked by the presi
Unsung Heroines To Be
On Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m., at the Eagles Nest,
North Carolina Central University Student Union, the
Durham County Chapter of the N.C. Black Women's
Political Caucus will present its "Unsung ( Heroines"
Seven people will be honored. Five will receive the
."Unsung Heroine" plaque. They are: Mrs. Frances
Haskins Edwards Steward, 108 years; Mrs. Roselta
Webb, 90; Mrs. Lucinda M. Harris, founder of Durham
College; Mrs. Dorothy Day, community leader; and
Mrs. Christine Strudwick, community activist. Two will
receive honorary awards Miss Mary Lou Williams
and Miss Shirley Caesar, both internationally known
The keynote speakers will be the Rev. W.T. Bigelbw,
pastor of Greater St. Paul Baptist Church, and Judge
.Persons iiilefested in joining the Caucus should con-tacTA-ttorney
Shirley d. Dean, 682-3298.
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" When guests entered the banquet room, they wcr
greeted by the James children and grandchildren. Then
they joined The Jameses for an informal exchange of
- memories over the years while they sipped on a variety
of wines. Among the guests was Mrs. Ida Butler, a
witness at the marriage in 1931. - :
' Fresh flowers, gold linen and candles decorated the
tables for the buffet dinner The program consisted of a
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Tribute by Mrs; Ardell Boone, a long time friend of the
family; Blessings, to the couple from Rev. Jefferson
James, brother of Samuel H. James. The grace was
given by Rev. A.W. Williams. ;
After the dinner and cutting of the wedding cake, the
honorees gave brief remarks and the children presented ;
to their parents a gold plaque. The couple had requested
no gifts. , '
Approximately 150 relatives and friends joined the
Jameses for this memorable occasion. -
Mr. and Mrs. James were married on May 15, 193.1
nuffolk, Virginia. Six children were born to this cou
ple. They are: Mrs. Lorraine J. Stith, Durham; Wallace
James, Silver Spring, Md.; Mrs. Carlise J. Davenport,
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