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' ; ) By Mrs. T.H.Kinney
Think! Beat the heat with some indoor entertainment.
The Playhouse opens the musical revue "Side By Side
. By Sondheim", 'OHverr on Saturday at Bordeaux,
and various exhibits at the Mall.
'The local chapter of. the Shaw University Alumni'
" Association met Saturday afternoon, at First Baptist
Church. - : -'"-.. :-.;-r-. h-
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1 Happy' Birthday Anniversary to Howard J., Ms.
Felicia Baggett, .Ms. Michelle Nix, Ms. Toni McRaeL
Mrs. V. Dunton, Ms. Eva Morrisey, Johnny Hodges,
Preston Bernard Hodges, LeRoy Hodges II and Charlie
Hodges. - - - . -v
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. Mrs. Ludella Stubbs Currie, a native of Red Springs,
, has retired after a dedicated 32 years of teaching,
1949-198 1 . Title I Federal Programs Cumberland Coun
, ty Schools, Long Hill Elementary School and Zeta Phi
Beta Sorority honored Mrs. Currie during the past
week. , .
? Mrs. Currie received her B.S. degree from Fayet
teville Statt University, the M.A. degree from New
York University and her Reading Certificate from East
Carolina. She has taught and encouraged students in the
Veterans Rehabilitation Program, Adult Education at .
Fayettevijle Technical Institute, remedial English and
Reading at Douglas Byrd School and grades 4-6 at Long
Hill Elementary School. She has served as a basketball
'and drama coach, worked with Girl Scouts and Boy,
Scouts and as Youth Coordinator at the Evans
, She has membership in NCAE, ACT, PACE,,1
Reading s - Association, the-; Democratic Women,
American Legion Auxiliary and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
Her wonderful family, Willie Currie, II, daughter
Mrs. Del Tricia, son-in-law Sgt. 1st Class Lloyd Smith
. and two grandchildren, Richard and Deena, have com
plemented her life. She has traveled in the eastern and
western portions of our country, Puerto Rico, Virgin
Islands and the Bahamas. During this period she provid-
; ed direction', gave love and showed much strength to
many. We wish for her happiness in her retirement. ."
Dr. Albert WSpruilLprofessor- of Educatioa ai
dean of the Graduate School at A&T State University,
Greensboro, was the speaker for the Hoke County Civil
League on Friday evening. , r ,'" '
RevI Allen S. McLauchlin, associate pastor of New
Bethel Church, was speaker for Youth Day at Friend
' ship Baptist Church on Sunday. A play, f The Church
. Booster League" was presented in the evening. "
' Mrs. Sadie Burton, a Harnett County native, was the
Women's Day . speaker . for Haymount Presbyterian 5
Church Sunday , morning at Stephen Rodgers Chapel.
Mrs. Burton is a graduate of Fayetteville State
University and North Carolina CentraT University. She
taught 39 years in the N.C. schools - 25 of them in
Cumberland County. She is a ruling elder and active in
other phases of -the Haymount Churcharid the Cape '-,
Fear Presbytery. .
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Miss Bonita Jo An Green and Frederick Kelly were
married recently in Pope Air Force Base Chapel with the
Rev. Jesse J. Williams and Rev. James H. Turner of
ficiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Green. The bridegroom's parent? are Mr. and Mrs.
Dock Kelly, Jr., of Southern Pines.
A reception hosted by the bride's parents was held
following the ceremony at Fort Bragg Officers Club.
The bride is a student at Fayetteville Technical In
stitute. The bridegroom attended East Carolina Univer
sity. He is now in the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Pope v
Air Force Base.
The-couple will live in Fayetteville.
Members and guests of Chums celebrated their silver
anniversary on Friday evening at the Fort Bragg Of
The bride is a graduate of Fayetteville State Universi-"
ty . The bridegroom is stationed at Shaw Air Force Base, s
S.C., with the U.S. -Air Force.
The couple will live at Shaw AFB. ,; .
More Fayetteville -Happeninas on Page 16
SAT., JUNE 20,1981
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Miss Sonia A. Guy Is Bride
Of Wilbur s. Barham
ELD Miss Sohia Airlcne Guy and Wilbur
Stectson Barham were united in marriage on Saturday
in New Bethel Baptist Church. Rev. Abraham Walton
performed the double ring ceremony.
The bride, who was escorted and given in marriage by
her brother John, is the daughter of Mrs. Hattie Guy
and the late John Thomas Guy of Enfield. She is a
graduate of Enfield High School and North Carolina
Central University, Durham. She is currently attending
Southeastern University in Washington, D,C. ',.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Barham of Como He is a graduate of Murfreesboro
High School and North Carolina Central University.
Wedding music was presented by pianist Mrs. Tonsa
R. Walton and soloist Mrs. Ernestine Hill. The wedding
was directed by Mrs. Martha Tilley and Ms. Marjorie C.
Guy of Durham, sisters of the bride.
Maid of honor was Ms. Vernita Walker of Durham.
Bridesmaids were Miss Kimberly Tilley of Durham and
Miss Loretta Scott of Enfield.
Stanley Dunston of Louisburg served as best man.
Ushers were Bobby Wynn of Chapel Hill and Michael
Barnes of District Heights, Md. Children in the wedding
were Shontelia Latrice Guy and Kevin Barham.
The bride wore a gown of ivory silk organza and re
embroidered Alencon lace. Alencon lace etched with
seed pearls outlined the Queen Anne neckline and.
adorned the bodice. Lace motifs appliqued the sleeves
and the cuffs. The full length skirt extended into a
chapel train which was accented with garlands of Alen
con lace. The hemline was also trimmed with Alencon
For her headpiece, the bride wore ivory illusion with
lace appliques etched with seed pearls mounted on a lace
A reception given by the family of the bride was held
immediately following the ceremony at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Scott, sister of the bride.
After a wedding trip to Clearwater Beach, Florida,
the bride and groom will reside in the Washington,
D.C., area where they are both presently employed.
Mrs. Wilbur S. Barham
Engagement A nnounced
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Cynthia Elaine Smith, to
Melvin Riggs, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Riggs, Sr.,
of BloomfieJd Hills, Michigan.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Hampton Institute
and North Carolina Central University. She is a teacher
in the Durham City Schools.
The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Fisk
University, Oakland University and a doctoral can
didate in Higher Education Administration at Duke
University. He is currently a teacher in the Durham City
A July 25 wedding is planned.
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This medicine is a thiazide or thiazide-like
diuretic. It is commonly used to treat high
blood pressure. It is used also to help reduce
the amount of water in the body by increasing
the flow of urine. Thiazide diuretics may also
be used for other conditions as determined by
your doctor. They are' available only with
your doctor's prescription.
This information applies to the following
medicines. Some commonly used brand
names are included in brackets.
Benzthiazide (benz-TH YE-a-zide) Aquastat,
Aquatag, Exna, Hydrex
THYE-a-zide) Esidrix, Hydro-Aquil,
EYE-a-zide) Diucardin, Saluron
zide) Aquatensen, Duretic, Enduron
Metolazone (me-TOLE-a-zone) Diulo,
Polythiazide (pol-i-THYE-a-zide) Renese
Quinethazone (kwin-ETH-a-zone) Hydro-
Trichlormethiazide (trye-klor-meth-E YE-a-zide)
Proper Use of This Medicine
This medicine may cause you to have an
unusual feeling of tiredness when you begin
to take it. You may also notice an increase in
the amount of urine or in your frequency of
urination. After taking the medicine, for a
while, these effects should lessen. In order to
keep the increase in urine from affecting your
if you are to take a single dose a day, take it
in the morning after breakfast,
if you are to take more than one dose a
day, take the last dose no later than 6 p.m.,
unless otherwise directed by your doctor.
However, it is best to plan your dose or doses
according to a schedule that will least affect
your personal activities and sleep. Ask your
doctor, nurse, or pharmacist to help you plan
the best time to take this medicine.
In order to help remember to take your
medicine, try to get into the habit of taking it
at the same time each day.
If you miss a dose of this medicine, take it
as soon as possible. If it is almost time for
your next dose, do not take the
missed dose at all and do not double the next
one. Instead, go back to your regular dosing
schedule. If you have any questions about
this, check with your doctor.
For patients taking this medicine for high
Importance of Diet When prescribing
medicine for your condition, your doctor
may also prescribe a personal diet for you.
Such a diet may be low in sodium (salt).
Medicine is uSually more effective when this
diet is properly followed.
Also, it may be very important for you to go
on a reducing diet. However, check with your
doctor before going on any diet.
Many patients who have high blood
pressure will not notice any signs of the prob
lem. In fact, many mayfeel normal. It is very
important that you take your medicine exact
ly as directed and that you keep your doctor's
appointments even if you feel well.
Remember that this medicine will not cure
your high blood pressure but it does control
it. Therefore, you must continue to take it as
directed if you expect to keep your blood
pressure down. You may havt to itk
medicine for the rest of your Ufe. If high
blood pressure is not treated, it can cause
serious problems such as heart failure, blood
vessel disease, stroke, or kidney disease.
PrecaatioM While Usiag This Mwikiat
It is important that your doctor check your .
progress at regular visits.
This medicine may cause a loss of
potassium from your body. To help prevent
this, your doctor may want you to:
eat or drink foods that have a high
potassium content (for example, orange or
other citrus fruit juices), or
take a potassium supplement, or
take another medicine to help prevent the
loss of the potassium in the first place.
It is very important to follow these directions.
Also, it is important not to change your diet
on your own. This is more important if you
are already on a special diet (as for diabetes),
or if you are taking a potassium supplement
or a medicine to reduce potassium loss. Extra
potassium may not be necessary and, in some
cases, too much potassium could be harmful.
Check with your doctor if you become sick
and have severe or continuing vomiting or
diarrhea. These problems may cause you to
lose additional water and potassium.
Caution: Diabetics Thiazide diuretics
may raise blood sugar levels. While you are
uain tha-meatcitm, k$pcimlhf CWfVt m
testing for sugar in your urine. If you have
any questions about this, check with your
A few people who take this medicine may
become more sensitive to sunlight than they
are normally. When you begin to take this
medicine, avoid too much sun or use of a
sunlamp until you see bow you react,
especially if you tend to burn easily. If you
have a severe reaction, check with your doc
tor. For patients taking this medicine for high
Do not take other medicines unless they
have been discussed with your doctor. This
especially includes over-the-counter (non
prescription) medicines for appetite control,
asthma, colds, cough, hay fever, or sinus.
Side Effects of This Medici
Along with its needed effects, a medicine
may cause some unwanted effects. Although
not all of these side effects appear very often,
when they do occur they may require medical
attention. Check with your doctor if any of -the
following side effects occur:
Severe stomach pain
with nausea and
Skin rash or hives
throat and fever
Signs of loo much potassium loss
Unusual bleeding or
Yellowing of eyes or
Dryness of mouth
Moot or mental
Muscle cramps or
Nausea or vomiting
Unusual tiredness or
Other side effects may occur which usually
do not require medical attention. These side
effects may go away during treatment as your
body adjusts to the medicine. However,
check with your doctor if any of the follow
ing side effects continue or are bothersome:
Dizziness or light
getting up from a
lying o'r sitting
of skin to sun
light Loss of appetite
Other side effects not listed above may
also occur in some patients. If you notice any
other effects, check with your doctor.
NOTE: The above information is abstracted
from the 1981 editions of About Your
Medicines and USP Dispensing information.
It is not sufficient to make an evaluation as to
the risks and benefits of taking a particular
drug in a particular case or to provide
medical advice for individual problems and
should not alone be relied upon for these pur
poses. Should you desire additional informa
tion or if you have any questions as to hi
this information may relate to you in par
ticular, ask your doctor, nurse, or pharma
cist, c ;
1981 The United States Pharmacopeial
Convention, Inc. AH right reserved USP
sets official standards for drug strength,
quality, purity, packaging, and labeling. For
further information about USP and its pro
grams, write: USP DID, 12601 Twinbrook
Pkwy., Rockville, MD, 20852.