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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 15, 1981, Page 11, Image 11

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Durham Deltas Award $6,600 Scholarship ' totaling $6,600 have been orcsentca to twentv ra high school graduate W Durham Jt ;AIumnae' Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Recipients record enrollment v iQ thirteen educational institutions throughout . . North Carolina," according tor Mrs. Delois Kelley,, scholarship chairman. ' The twenty young ladies ' named to scholarshir hv; Delta .Sigma Theta are: Miss Janice Blackwell, flairham Deltas Award' $6,600 In Scholarships Scholarship awards totaling $6,600 have been oresented to twentv iigh School graduates by .Durham Alumnae Chapter. Delta Si oma Theta Sorority, Inc. ReciDient rfrnrVl1 enrollment in thirteen educational institiitinn throughout ' North Carolina, according to Mrs. Delois Kiw scholarship chairman. The fwentv VOunE ladies : framed to scholarshi ns hv.l foelta Sigma Theta . are: Miss Janice Blackweli. Haughter of Mr. and Mrs. garland Blackweli; Miss IGeena Bounsell. daughter bf Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bounsell; Miss Sonya Daniels, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. (Jwen Daniels; Miss Rosalvnde Fenher Haughter of Mrs. Thelma iSAT.,A!;C'JST15.1S31 theca-!:u.'at:::3-ii r i 'i v-- V J J If 1 ' Each Of ttlM Jlriwticrf it mm,AmA .m.tu -L below the advertised price in ech A4P Store, except es Mecificaity noted ? una e w toc o PRSCE3 EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. AUGUST 15 AT A4P M DURHAM ' ITEU3 OFFERED FOR SALE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAL DEALERS OR WHOLESALERS 1109 e. Main st; i . . ... I Investment In Ynuth Geena Bounsell and Venice Philoot StindZLiJiSilP1 B?.nda Hayes Rosalynde Fenner, 5423 l&Is&orou 621 Croad st. MOTESiyE IE HOT SAVINGS WITH GREEN P's Hamilton; Miss An-: toinette Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George' Harris; Miss Brenda Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hayes; Miss Monica Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stallie Jackson; Miss San dra Kenion, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. John Ke nion; . Miss Sherry Lester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avie Lester; Miss Audrey McQueen, daughter of "' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-, Queen; Miss Wanda Mit-, .Shell, daughter of Mr. and Fayetteville Happenings By Mrs. T.H. Kinney Mrs. Teddie Mitchell; Miss Linda Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan; Miss Pamela Overby, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oyerby; Miss Arlicia: Perry, daughter of Mr.1 and Mrs. William Perry; , Miss Venice Philpot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Philpot; Missi Desiree Smith, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith; Miss Ella Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas; Miss Traci( Vample, daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Vample; Miss Michelle Wilson,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson; and, Miss Jennifer Wright, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Wright. Local Deltas Attend National Convention -w . ex ; m. MeaeMeMeMMv T M V m . nBeaBeaBieaBaeiBBae - m m. m m m arar at m v ------------i- U.S.D.A. INSPECTED FRESH FRYER Mrs. Katie Stewart. 82. was nampA the Week during a birthday party celebration held at the ipcnior v,mzen s center on Blue street recently. Mrs. tewart IS rit-tnCTMrrir-hr-ood deeds. Shenar- ticipates enthusiasticaUyji activitiesSof citizens asJWefJ as those in her church. ! Well! Educators and students are nrenarina for th bpening of school this week and next week. The Fayetteville Observer carried an intenstino arti cle On Dr. G. Weslev Allen Dr. Allpn wac hnnnr t testimonial dinner Saturday at the Rnrdeanv Mntnr Inn by North Carolina Masons, the fraternal group he has ciongea 10 ior neany 45 years. ur. Alien claims a long list of achievements, the ma jority of which have to do with his involvement in Masonry and his profession as an obstetrician and gynecologist. He has also held nnwerfnl nolihVal nnete j within Cumberland County and was cited for work he nas uone wun tnc iNAACr. He put himself through Lincoln University in Oxford, Pa., staved out a year, then went through fnnr veare nf medical school at' Meharrv Medical Collece in Nashville. Tennessee .He is the father rf land the husband of Attorney Svlvia Ximi nee Allpn !4o examined soldiers from 9 a.m. tn 1 n m whm hp firct tame tn Fayetteville In 10A1 ha ua r-.iou,. ,i ,iv uuiu iiiv uiauuavcii iNursing and Convalescent Center. He seems to be pleas-. ku wun ms successes. Members of First RantUt rhii rr-h hnnnrpH hir' pastor and moderator of the K.E.M. Rantist A iion on Sunday, Rev. S.M. White, with a birthday ceremony. i Ms. Janie Carlton, from New York, is visiting her North Carplina relatives and friends. j ; i Ms. Jessie Mae Smith Covington of Buffalo, NY, is visiting her relatives and Friends. . I Mrs. Thelma'Frvar of Baltimore. Md. is visitino hr elatives aqd friends. HapDV Birthdav Anniversary to Mrs: Angela Wilcnn Mrs. Jessie Covincfon. Ms. Carol Harris. M P.arl Madeline Spaulding Blanks Mitchell More than thirty Durham Deltas attended the 36th National Convehtion of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., at the Sheraton in Washington, D.C., August 1-5. The general theme for the conference was "Delta Fami ly Reunion Coming Home." The sorority was found ed at Howard University in 1913 by 22 young black women. This- marked the 68th anniversary of the organization. One of the many highlights of the convention took place on Sunday when more than 10,000 Deltas, dressed in white, marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to the U.S. Capitol to offer prayers for the nation in a moving ecumenical service. The principal speaker was the Rev Dr. Pauli Murray, an honorary Delta and the first black woman to be ordained an Episcopal priest. She express ed her deep concern about recent budget cuts and tax policies. v On Sunday night, Deltas saluted the black performing arts at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the Arthur Mitchell Dance Theater of Harlem, the Fislc Jubilee Singers, the Negro Ensemble Company, Inc., and Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis were the recipients bf the Osceola Award, named for onjtbf the founders. Sdi-or Patricia Roberts Harris, who held cabinet posi tions in the Carter administration, became the eleventh recipient of the Mary Church Terrell Award at a lun cheon on Tuesday. In her address, she urged Deltas to AfROrllM ae nrAll mm hmh.m-. P I t i - ' " ta vtvm aa uivicose uk gains OI oiacKS. GUftldn Held v WsljPn' Mayor Marion ftu-ry-prcgented wi w T keys to the city to Delta founders Winona Cargyle Alex- . . . faer ana Bertha Pitts Campbell and national president, in Washington Mona H-Ballev- Such diiinitarie's as Walter Fanntmv nnrnih Height, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Joseph Lowery and Mayor Richard Hatcher were among the panel par- I ticipahts at one of the sessions. They explored the topic: ' Advocacy and Networking for Black America. A special conference was planned for teens on Tuesday. The theme for their conference was "Educating Black Youth for Survival and Advancement in the 80's - Phase II." me Keynote address was delivered by Dr. Arthur Thomas, vice president of Academic Affairs at Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, among the topics discussed in work group areas were; Teenage Sexuality, Facing Teenage Crisis, Self-Awareness and Identify, Black Culture and History, Clarifying Your Values, Survival Skills, and Career Awareness Preparation. A closing banquet on Wednesday night concluded the convention. As a highlight of this session, meaningful remarks were made by twelve of Delta's past national presidents. This convention had more Deltas in attendance than any other in the organization's history. The 37th national convention will be held in Detroit Michigan in 1983. Sorors Beatrice B. Allen and Ruth H. Thomas plann ed the Durham group's trip to Washington, U.S.D.A. INSPECTED man 2 in a bag Limit 2 bags Please EXTRA LEAN SPECIAL TRIM COUNTRY FARM FerEi Clips ( Equal number Rib or Sirloin Ends lb. A&P QUALITY HEAVY GRAIN FED BEEF BLADE CUT Cliicii Stesli Or Roast MARKET STYLE Sliced Baceii farker and Ms. Faye .Matthis. Ms. Teresa Pnnle. Rnsehill Road hac jnaster of music degree from the University of Cincin jiati, Ohio. Ms. Shari Linna I.ohela. 2508 McNeill Tirol hoc eceived her master of librarianshin frrtm tho I tn! f f South Carolina in Columbia. Mrs. Kinnev. enioved the comnanv of Dhanlain and Mrs. Miles Murnhv and their dauchters Annie ind Terri, ail of Hampton, Virginia. Lewis Chapel Baptist Church held the dedication Ieremonies recently for the Olen Gerald Learning 'enter. A, cornerstone ceremony was held by Silver quare Lodge No. 792. The building is named for Mr. Jerald, chairman of the deacons. - '' ' ;v ; -'y;,;;-:';; Think! According to the latest statistics, newlyweds re choosing traditionnal homes and items that will be pafnl . . . f . i fiUI ur more suitaoie lor an occasions. Funeral 312 Barksdale Road, were conducted on Sunday after OOn at. St. Luke's AMP. CriiirehThe Rev HI In. jram officiated. - ; v , Sympathy is extended to his two daughters, Mrs. Car- ie Simon-Hill of the home and Mrs. Mabel Clagett. Sincere srMrs; Esther Allen Smith in the death of her husband, r,a Wi,lard Smith, who was funeralized on Sunday WUson Chapel Baptist Church in Turkey, NC. During the weekend of July 24-26, the first Madeline Spaulding Blanks Mitchell Family Reunion was held at the Marriott Twin Bridges Hotel in Washington, D.C. More than 100 fami ly members participated in the gala weekend of af fairs. Madeline Spaulding Blanks Mitchell was the granddaughter of Ben jamin Spaulding, the original, member of the Spaulding family from Columbus County, N.C. She has many descendants and thev are located throughout the country. The weekend started on Friday evening with a dinner-dance in the Chesapeake Room of the : hotel. During this affair, a program was conducted to symbolize the family. The main speaker was Dr. Asa . T. Spaulding, former president of North Carolina Mutual Life In surance Company and a distant cousin. In addi tion, the program con sisted of a brief family history, reading of a poem which was written by a family member, recogni tion of family members, a : memorial service for deceased family members, ' and an awards ceremony. On Saturday morning, 43 family members par ticipated in a trip to the local amusement park, King's Dominion. Later that evening,, there was a bowling tournament. A picnic at Fort Hunt Park in , Alexandriai Va., culminated the family reu nion weekend activities. The participating family members included: New York: Delores Turner, Joseph Turner, Inez Solomon, Crystal Coote, Ramon Coote, Cornell Williams, Carrie Mears., - : , : Philadelphia, Pa.: William Blanks, Shirley Blanks,; Felisha Blanks, John Blanks, ' Stevie Blanks, : Sid Brown, Shirley Brown, Lelissa Smith, Jimmy , Smith Madeline Williams, Elbert Williams, Elbert Williams, III, Anthony BUSH'S Piofo 5Loz.S!i!5 Vy cans vHi Savings 00 Save 46 Salad Dressing 32 oz jar Potato Chips Regular .or Rippled 8oz twin pack 16 OZ. PEPSI-COLA 8PAK A SUPERB BLEND, RICH IN BRAZILIAN COFFEES Williams, . Keisha Williams, Madeline Bell, Deborah Bell, Barbara Bell, Nidja Trawick, Dol ly Hutchings, Valerie Hut chings, Terry Hutchings, Jacqueline Hutchings, Shana Howard, - Damika Howard, Grace jQhnson, Joe Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Pam Johnson, Owen Lee, Michael Lee, Larry Phifer, Bruce Phifer, Grace Roane, Freda Phifer, Mary Anderson. New Jersey: Gary Phifer, Hope Phifer. Maryland: Charissa Boone. North Carolina: Oscar , Blanks, Carolyn Blanks, Tanya Blanks, Oscar Blanks III, Joi Ward, Ruth . Powell, Mattie Powell, Etta Marie Spaulding Nikolas Spaulding, Sarah Moore Stephanie Thompson, Tangie Thompson, Gregory Hutchings, Shari Hutchings, Ishair Hut chings, Gregory Hut chings, Jr., James Hut chings. California: Weldon Williams, Joseph Phifer, Christine Phifer. Washington, D.C: Vin cent Spaulding and Family. The Family Reunion Committee was headed by Gegory Hutchings of Alexandria, Va., and the committee members in cluded: Tangie Thomp son, Christine Phifer, Stephanie Thompson, Deborah Bell, William Johnson, Glenda Dowdy, Valerie Hutchings, and Terry Hutchings. ii O'clock Bean Coffee Custom Ground ANN PAGE ...SJ 2 Lowfat Milk Gallon Jug 20 OFF LABEL Geld Peuer Laundry Detergent 49 SEALTEST KnliinliuGSy Ice Milk m Vagal. I ctn. U Save 56 tt) QUARTERS . SWsSorG&f! 1100. pkgs. L You Pay Only 49 oz. box BLUE -YELLOW T'ortbrn Tissue Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Asa T. Spaulding, William Johnson, Dennis Williams. Crtiirtnrv Johnson, Vanessa Johnson, Mentzie Johnson, Tony Johnson, Lizzie P., Jones, Martha Boone, J.T Boone, Roosevelt Pierce, Sophia Pierce, Janet Pierce, Gary Pierce, Addie Haggens. James ; .Haggens,' Ronnie Dowdy, Glenda Dowdy, Carolyn King, plummer Peacock, Lula peacock. Virginia: Novella Phifer, Tommy Thomp son, Carrie Thompson, We Welcome Your Club & Social News News about hap penings of your club ,or social events should be in office not later than Monday at 5 p.m. of the week of publication. oka. loivS) 4m mitt? SWEET & JUICY PLUMP WESTERN GROWN-READY-TO-EAT beOtSlOHBSS m K f it" I L Lm J J I, (ft.?. m- 5 v rw GOLDEN YELLOW RIPE Jumbo 12 MtiZ Size mJWJ n 1 1 1 1 V- only U

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