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Glubs and Socials C
Corona Street Club
The Corona Street Community Club held its annual
picnic on the beautiful lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Flennell
Lane, July 25. Guests from Mount Olive, NC, were
Vermel Washington, Connie B. Grady and C. Arm
wood; from Washington, DC, Ms. Patricia Lane; from
; Doxham, Mr. and Mrs. James Amis, Ms. Cynthia Leak,
Chadwick Leak, Ms. Gloria Leak, Ms. Earnestfne Mer
cy, James Leak, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Solice, Mason
. Brook, Martin Brook, Michael Brook.
Members attending were Mr. and Mrs. K.D. Brown,
Ms. Elsie Black, Ms. Annie Lee, president, Ms. Thelma
Parrish, Ms. Alberta Leak, Ms. Myrtle McMillan, Ms.
Carolyn Smith, Ms. Edythe Kine, vice president; Ms.
Margie Hayes, Ms. Dons Brook.
Games were played and lots of fun shared.
Reunion Held in Washington
The Huntley-Chambers-Dunlap family reunion was
, held in Washington, D.C., July 18, at the Saint Mat
thew Baptist Church.
The fellowship hall was filled to capacity with
members standing around the wall, to celebkite their i
om year oi fellowship. . j
t snon program or songs, prayers and remarks was
followed by the welcoming of new members. Presenta
tions were made to the family who traveled the longest '
distance, the oldest and youngest members present. Din
ner was served by. the Washington hostesses.
Durhamites attending the reunion were Mr . and Mrs.
James Rempson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Plans are that the 1982 reunion will convene in
Youngstown, Ohio on the fourth Saturday in jiily.
Thrifty Service Club
On August 8, the Thrifty Service Club met at Hender
son Center to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Mildred
Gattis and Louise Thompson. V ; ? ?
The dining room was beautifully decorated for the oc
casion. Mrs. Beatrice Holman, the vice president,
presided and Mrs. Geneva Rogers led the devotions.
Following the reading of the minutes, a discussion
was held on plans for visiting a local theatre and a picnic
is planned for August 29 at the BCU unit.
Mesdames Gattis and Thompson served a delicious
dinner. Members present were: Mesdames' Pauline
Hart, Queenie Cooper, Pauline Boxley, Beatrice
Holman, Elnora' Ransom, Luna Holman; Geneva
Rogers, Rosetta Cobb, Laura Thorpe, Mable Bryant,
Mildred GaTtis,Lula Hester; Milia Williams, Bessie
Pratt, Ozell Flowers Christine Sales, Marie Harris,
Pearlie Walker and visitors Mmes. Celestine Saunders.
Effie Thompson, Gladys Richardson, Ella Dove, and
Roberta Glover w' , y-? y .n
The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Bessie Pratt
and Mrs. Lillie Adams.
Daughters Of Dorcas
. On August 7, Mrs. Ernestine Young hosted the
Daughters pf Dorcas at her home on Kirby Street. The
vice president, Mrs. Clumpertee Tucker, presided.
:MMrs. Tucker reported that President Gazella P.
Lipscomb had undergone the scheduled operation and
was recovering nicely.
During the opening session, Mrs. Tucker quizzed the
group on the biblical story of Dorcas, read at the
preceding meeting. Then she read the biblical story of
Ruth, on which she.will quiz at the next meeting.
After the business session, Mrs. Lyda Merrick fur
nished a program. After speaking briefly of her recent
trip to Washington and some current events, she
displayed and explained a group of oil painting and
charcoal drawings which she had done. Then she bad a
prize for the person picking the lucky star. Mrs. Julia
Harris was lucky and received a charcoal drawing of the
head of a Negro girl.
Mrs. Young, assisted by her daughters, Ms. Jeann
nette Thomas and Ms. Janet Young, served a delicious
dinner. Mrs. Julia Harris thanked her for her gracious
and bountiful hospitality.
Present : were: Mesdames Ethel Bradshaw, Lottie
Campbell, Elise Green, Eulalia Harris, Julia Harris,
Sallie Harris, Lillie Hudson, Ada Leach, Margaret
Mack, Johnnie McLcster, Lyda Merrick, Lorraine
Thorpe, Clumpertee Tucker, and Ernestine Young.
Guests were Mrs. Carlotta R. Holmes and Marion
The next meeting is scheduled for September 3 with
Mrs. Artelia Bryant.
Friendly La$es Meet
the Friendly Ladies Club met at the home of Mrs.
Hannah Roberson, 810 Cox Avenue, on Sunday,
August 9, with Mrs. Magdaline Llewellyn as co-hostess.
Devotion was led by Mrs. Myrtle Taylor.
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which a very delightful repast was served to the follow- y
mg uiciiiuci ivioimiiics aiuic Luinum, iviynic layior,
Gussie Ray, Ella Crawford, Elizabeth Edwards, Han
nah Roberson, Lemmie Rose, Hastie Price, Lina M.
'Sanders, Mary Hayes, Viola Thompson and Magdaline
The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lennnie
Rose, 1510 South St., on September 6. .
Gardeners Attend Convention
. Motoring to Winston-Salem to attend the annual
meeting of the Federation of Garden Clubs of North
. Carolina, August 2-4, from the West Durham Blossom
; Garden Club were Mrs. Doris Reddrick, Mrs. Gertrude
.Gibson, Mrs.- Naomi Parker, M Miss Mary Louise
Stephens and the delegate, Mrs. Mary L. McClary.
- The club won first a blue ribbon on its scrap-.'
book entry. - (
, Visitor From Philadelphia
. Philip Jones is visiting in Durham for few days at-) .
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Seniors Hold Picnic
- The Senior Citizen Club of the HflvMfnwmrnrnmiin;.
ty had a picnic August 5 at the Hayestown Community
The dinner was preceded by devotions.
Members participating in the event were Mmes. Alice
Carrick, Annie Allen, Annie Mae Webb, Delia Hub-
oara Annie uaye, Edna Royster, Louise Lee Leora
Wilkes, Celia Nichols, Hazel Lee, Leora Daniel, Rober
ta Allen; Rev. P.H. Amey, Rev. C. Bullock Messers.
Robert Lee, Rhuba Allen, Henry Hubbard and Richard
Patterson. Guests were Mrs. Amey, OIlie Ray, Thomas
Royster and Charles Floyd. , , .
Mitchell Family Reunion
The Mitchell's Annual Family Reunion will be held ;
Sunday, August 16, at the Forest Hills Park in Durham
from 12 to 6 p.m.
All relatives and friends are invited to come and bring
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