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Ms) Eunice Bradley Weds Dr Tshabalala
all of Jacksonville, Fla.;
Woods, Ms. Lob Woods.
and , Benny Thomas
Live Oak, Fla, .
LAKE CITY, FLA. t-"
Ms. , Eunice - Loretta
Bradley and Dr. Mandla :
Amos Tshabalala, were
united in I marriage on v
Saturday,' June 6, at the
.Trinity United Methodist .
Church here. Dr. Winfred
M. Hope performed the
The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Eunice
' trimmed with wide lace
cuffs. The A-line skirt was
' trimmed with . a' small
border of matching lace
and featured, a pick-up
skirt, -with an attached ;
cathedral length train, She,
. wore a double-tiered man
tilla of imported illusion
accented with motifs of
Venice lace. She carried a -
white lace fan bouquet ac-
of pastel colors with mat-':
ching pastel flowers in
their hair: They carried
white lace fan bouquets of
: silk pastel? . roses,
stephanotis, tiege leaves,
baby's breath with pastel
Shawyn Lockley ; and
Sheilia Stewart, cousins of '
; the bride, were - flower
;'rirls.liL'ivyi-Ctv--V- ' 1
Harrison Bradley of Lake, ' cented with seed pearls ; Best man was Ulysses
City, and the late Lewis ; and pastel color' of silki Wiggins of? lOrlando.
James Bradley, 7. The? Iroses, carnations,;daisiesv Usher-groomsmen were 1
groom is the son of Rev. . huics 'U of - the valley, ' Bohganl Ngcobo, South
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baby'S breath, fcngusn ivy
white , noDon
trip to Hawaii the couple
will reside in Athens, Ga.
The bride is employed by
the U.S. Forest Service as
a research biologist and
the groom is an analytical
- chemist and is employed
at the University of
' Georgia, Athens. .
- Out-of-town guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs.
Walter J Allen and f
children of Fayettevfllei '
inc; Boboy rerguson or
and Mrs. J. A. Tshabalala
of Langa Methodist
Manse, Cape Town,
South Africa. v " ' v
A program of nuptial
music was presented by
Alfonso - W. -. Levy, ,
organist, Mrs. Joyce C.
Butler, and Mrs. Deloris
Williams, soloists. ' . 1
The bride was given in
mmarriage by her uncle,
Johtf" Harrison of
' Freeport, N.Y. She wore a
formal gown of white poly
organza over taffeta,
lavishly appliqued with
Venice lace. The fitted
bodice featured ,,'a
sweetheart neckline with
Venice lace embellished
with pearls. The dress had
full bishop sleeves accented-
with Venice lace,
streamers accented witn
, pink sweetheart roses. ;
.Ms.' Juanita" A. Car
ruthers of - Memphis,
, Tenn., was maid of honor
and Mrs- Courtney S.
; Ferguson of Durham, NC,
was - matron of honor:
, Bridesmaids were Ms.
'Ruby B. Wiggins, Orlan
do, sister of the bride; Ms.
.Georgia B. Malcolm,
Decatur, Ga.; Dr Nan
nette S. Henderson, War
tanton, NC; Ms. Elaine
Curry, AshevilleNC; Ms'
Essie B. Smith, Daytona
Beach, cousin of the
bride; and Ms. Everlena;
Hamilton,' Lake City.
' They wore formal gowns
Taofeek " A.' .
Oshodi; Vince Anigbogu, -
Nigeria; Emmett Dermis,
Liberia; Wa . Kambala
Muteba, ? : Zaire; Peter ; '
Bloxham, Canada; - and -
Dr. Lamon " , Beecher
NC. Marlon- Vonderell ',
Lockley,. cousin of the .
bride, served - as ring
The mother of the bride
wore1 a floor-length gown
of mint green polyester
with a matching stole and"
accented with a string of
pearls and a silk orchid '
corsage. ' -.,
Following v the
ceremony, a reception was
held at a local hotel.
Following a honeymoon
Durham, NC; Mrs. Gail IK i . , . , .
King and children, ? and v.f I C;V ,V'5 V 1 "
MUsYasmine Raysale all 1;" "-,; A
of Memphis;, Tenn.; Mrs f J ? ' '
Sara - Harrison and - J UCJ :' ' , --'x
Mrs. Judy A. Billups and
elder son, Ms. Connie
Carter - and Mrs. ' Betty ;
Hope, all of Athens, Ga.; .
Mrs. Rose Bruce of Allan-;
ta, Ga..; Price. Malcolm C,
and son of. Decatur, Ga.; ;
Mrs.-' Ruby Williams of .
Montgomery, Ala.; Dr.
and Mrs. Wally Orchard
of Johannesburg, South ,
Africaf : Mrs. Ruth An
drews of Saint Petersburg,
Fla.; Vernon T; Harrison,
Fred Harrison, Mrs.
Beulah Coverington, Mrs.
Pearl Calhoun, Mr. and
Mrs. Ennis Ceasea, Rev.
and Mrs. Fredrick - U.
Lamb, Mrs. Willie Mae
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Mrs. Anderson Honored
A t Retirement Party
A surprise retirement party honoring Mrs. Thomasine
Williamstpn Anderson was held in Oxford on Saturday, ,;
August 1, given by her daughters, Mrs. Annette Ander
son Exum of Durham and Mrs. Charlene A. Perry and ;
her husband, Dr. Merceda Perry, of Asheboro. :
The banquet room was festively decorated and a huge
banner on the wall bore the bold inscription "Mrs,
Thomasine Williamston Anderson, you've only just
Numerous friends and relatives waited inside the ban
quet hall to greet the honoree and enjoy her response to
the surprise. Entering after her son-in-law, Dr. Perry, to
have dinner with just her children, as she thought, Mrs.
Anderson was greeted by friends, relatives, some former
students and co-workers many from out of state
who brought beautiful and useful gifts.
Mrs. Annette A. Exum was mistress of ceremonies:;
HrTnertiscnr f 'St.Orpriai
Episcopal Church j offered the invocation and extended
:! a special tribute to Mrs. Anderson's Christian steward
ship. Mrs. Charlene A. Perry acknowledged the
presence of guests. j ,
Following dinner, music was rendered by the
honoree's five grandchildren, tributes given, and the
reading of her biography. Dr. Merceda Perry rendered
his tribute in an original poem.
Fond memories were shared by Mrs. Demetnas
Daniels Dolby, Rev. Simons, Mrs. Gertrude R.
Washington, William Henry Thorpe, Charles E.
Gregory and Mrs. Alice M. Stewart.
Mrs.. Anderson retired as a teacher in the Granville
County Schools at the close of the 1980-81 scnooi term,
after having served 35 years.
Vacationing In Midwest
Mr. and Mrs. James Rempson and family are vaca
tioning in Gary, Indiana and Michigan this week.
California Blackeye Beans Star
In Creole-Style Dish
SAT., AUGUST 15, 1331 ' , THE CAr.CLI"A Tir,:ZS 9
Between 7 and 18 Years
y ; The Isiserettes Youth Club is a national organization
under the auspices of the Imperial Court, Daughters of
,!sis, an auxiliary of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order -Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine of North and South
America and Its Jurisdictions. The local Isiserettes were
organized in 1973 by Daughter Louise. W. Weeks, a
member of Zafa Court No. 41, Daughters of Isis. Zafa
Court No. 41, Daughters of Isis is affiliated with Zafa
.Temple No. 176, Prince Hal! Shriners. ' ' f
There are 85 girls in the local group whose ages are
between seven and eighteen years The purpose of the
program is to foster integrity, leadership and charity
and to inspire young girls to become ladies who will be
assets to our community, state and nation.
The Directress of the Isiserettes is Daughter Rosalee
Sharpe, Past Illustrious Commandress of Zafa Court
No. 41 . Membership in the Isiserettes is open to girls in
the community, however, an application blank must be
completed and signed by the prospective participant's
Meetings are held on the first Saturday in each month
at Zafa Temple No. 176, 2312 South Alston Avenue.
Parents of the girls, along with members of the
Daughters of Isis, meet regularly and aid in planning
and helping to carry out activities.
The Isiserettes elect their own officers, conduct their
meetings and plan activities under the guidance of the
directress. Dues are $1 per month.
The highlight of each year's program is the crowning
of Miss Isiserette. Funds raised in the contest are used to
help sponsor activities for the Isiserettes.
, During the year, the Isiserettes participate in many ac
tivities, including roller skating, dances, arts and crafts,
charm clinics, talent shows, visiting hospitals and nurs
ing homes, and bazaars.
A marching unit-was organized in 1974. The Isiseret
tes have marched in the Homecoming Parades of
Hillside High School and each year since 1974, the
group has marched jn the Homecoming Parade of
North Carolina Central University. In addition they
have marched in local, state and regional Gala Day
parades sponsored by the Prince Hall Shriners in
Durham, High Point, Raleigh, Winston-Salem,
Charlotte and Hampton,' Va. Miss Isiserette for the year
rides in a car during the parade. As far as is known, the
Isiserettes is the only marching unit of its kind the im
mediate area. Their most recent trip was to Myrtle
Beacn, S.C., for a day of fun on July 25.
Dt. Rebecca Peterson is Illustrious Commandress of
Zafa Court No. 41, Daughters of Isis.
Girls wishing to join should contact Mrs. Rosalee
Sharpe, 2505 Janet St., Durham, 682-6898 or Mrs.
Louise Weeks, 3720 Suffolk St., Durham, 489-3577.
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A dtv rich with tradition and fine cuisine, New Orleans, the
true melting pot Of the best of French, Spanish and American
cooking, is famous for its Creole dishes.
Creole-Style Blackeyes, a spicy, tomato-saucea aisn ieatures
California blackeye beans. Distinctive in their look, blackeye
beans have a mellow flavor that combines well with many other
ingredients. The blackeyes are simmered in a Well-seasoned
sauce of onion, green pepper, stewed tomatoes and chicken
broth; Creole-Style Blackeyes is an excellent accompaniment
to chicken, ribs or fish.
, Creole-Style Blackeyes
Miss Cynthia Louise Tata
Miss Cynthia Louise Tate is engaged to Albert Ed
ward Halfacre, it is announced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley W. Tate of Chicago. The bride-elect
graduated from Fisk University and 4s a doctoral can
didate at State University of New York at Albany. She is ,
a psychologist at Miles Square Community Mental
The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Halfacre of 1905 Concord St.,
Durham. He attended Lincoln University and graduated
from North Carolina Central University. He is a
systems programmer at Chicago Metropolitan Mutual
An October 17 wedding is planned.
Thane Morrow Awarded
Thane Morrow, a recent graduate of Orange High
School in Hillsborough, has been awarded a $300
scholarship by the Orange County Chapter of the
NCA&T State University Alumni Association. He will
attend A&T this fall and plans a major in music.
The first male to be awarded a scholarship by the
alumni group, he is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert
Morrow of Hillsborough.
Hillside High School and
Durham High School
will hold an orientation session for new students and
their parents on Thursday, August 20, 9 a.m.-12 noon.
All new students and parents are invited and should
assemble In the school auditorium.
Both high schools will hold an Open House on Sun
day, August 23, 5-7 p.m. All parents, students and
friends are invited.
1 can (8 os.) tomato
2 tablespoons chopped
1 bay leaf ; v 'H:y
12 teaspoon chicken
14 teaspoon celery seed
18 teaspoon taeh salt and
Saute onlbn and green pepper in butter several minutes.
cup chopped onion
cup chopped green
, cups drained, cooked
, or canned blackeye
' bean ;
can (8 os.) stewed
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