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7 Mothers of Tivin tiub''.. '.; f ; , -
To Meet Monday ;
; The Durham-Chapel Hill Mothers of Twin Club
will hold its monthly ; meeting pn - Monday;
September 21, at . 7:30 p.m., at 1 Westminster :
Presbyterian on Old Chapel Hill Road in Durham.
'The guest speaker will be Ms. Cathy Thompson -of
WTVD-TV, Channel 11, producer and host of
"Reflections''.; She will discuss her coming pro
gram on Multiple Births in Black Women, which
wiu w ucu at o.ju p.m., un vxuuiuajr .jtyitfuvvi ?
Her topics will include how twinning pccwf,tir.tv
interviews with three black physicians, and the; il?
physical, , psychological and .social problems of .1
twins, discussed by identical twins; ':;M?f-y?
The Durham-Chapel Hill Mother bt Twin Club fp,
was organized in 1974 to promote interest uand'r r.
knowledge of twins. For more information about?f
the club and its function, pleased caU MsSu
Quadrio, 383-2686 or Ms. Susan Finley, 929-9795.
MRS. EDNA IIARR-
the Durham Chapter of I
Sanawi Ninth Annual - V
Ebony Fashion Fair
be held at the Royal
i Villa, Raleigh; on Tues-
X Each ot the advartiaed itama ia r?rad to b raadoy avalatota tor
below tha advertised price in each KkP Star, ascapt aa apacificafly
day, November 3 at S
Bjrjldal Shower Honors
Ms. Almertia Mack
Mrs, Janet Kennell of 1219 Lakeland Avenue was '
hostess for the monthly meeting of vthpWiWams
Family Circle Club on Thursday,?; eihtog)!
September 3. t -.
With Mrs. Cloyce Lassiter, the.president5fiii '
charge, the meeting opened with devotion, -April
Gilmore read a poem and Steven Gilmore, Jr.; read
the scripture. . . v ;:';V;;V'
Bob Doran was a guest and he talked to the dub .
about building the "Gazebo'! which is planned for
Chatham County in the Williams Family Memorial
Garden.; '.' , -
The family birthday dinner will be in December
and all club members and friends are invited to ,
come. Mrs. Ara Goodman's 95th birthday win be .
celebrated by her family and all members are in
vited to attend. The October meeting will be held at
the home of Cloyce and Jesse Lassiter '$t Route 3,
Durham. Roland Alston, Jr., is Coordinator for the,
Durham area for the "Newsletter" and members
are asked to keep him informed. " -
The twenty members present for the meeting
were: Mmes. Grace Williams, Thelma HwVRadcr.
Prince, Mabel Allen, Loy Bennett, Madge Turner
Marion Alston, Janet Kennell, Rae Bennett, Fay
dean Richardson, B.V, Alien, Cloyce lassiter,"
April Gilmore, Bertha Jordan, Stella Alston,
Katrina Boykin; Eathel Perry; Messrs. Roland
Alston, Jr., Ellis Allen, Sr., Raymond Williams. .
, Chi Eta Phi Sorority
To Observe Founder 's Day ,
V , Over fprty: co-workers of Ms. Almertia Mack' at
tended a bridal shower given in her honor by Mrs.
Ronna Davis and Ms. Pamela Griffin-Lyon on
September 17, in the Private Dining Room of the
Burroughs Wellcome Company" cafeteria. . Im-
?mediately 'following, a cocktail party, , for' close
friends and associates, was held in the home of Ms.
Griffm-LyM. , WJ '- v r
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Club Spends Day A t Beach
:- Members of ;the Progressive Mothers Club, along
i with their families and friends, journeyed by
chartered bus to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on
Saturday, August 29, for a delightful day of fun
and entertainment; ' V
Participating were Helen and J.D: Daniel, Annie
Williams, Unda, Paulette, Retha and Ben Daniel,
William P. and Lucille plintall, Nathaniel and
Hazel Flintall. Debra Bullock, Hilda Evans, Steve
Edgcrston, ; Saundra and Jason Burt Denise
Edgerston, Irene and Nicole Burt Anita Mc
Collum, Ruth S. McCoIlum, Rosalyn arid Richard
Cole and Son Ricky, Walter Crews, Michelle Bran
don, Frederick Toomer, Gwendolyn Bittle, Emma
v Jenningsr Thelma Mitchell, Virginia Mason, Ruth
;BitteV Josephine and Alvera Turner, Josephine
Turner, 4 Betty Paylor, Elizabeth tAmey,
Wilhelmenia IJpchUrch . Magerea Glenn, Toni,
Thomas, Severe, and Betsy Turner.
Payne Family Reunion
Held in Asheboro
Pi rhantr nf Phi Fta Phi nrnritv will ctAfhrattt ' r ": W EISOO Armstrong, Jr. .
its Founder's Day with a luncheon m'0b;l7i'-Tn?thu- hke.a late summer, down borne
5SteBMthe Downtowner T
the North Carolina Nurses Association This affair ana geiung siaruea v now mucn passcu
pin .m iiicirtf .. .... :- .
is open to the public. For information and rescrva
tions, contact Ms. Deborah Giles at 688-5415 or
Ms. Lauretta Hayes at 688-5441 by October 6. -
r' On Sunday September 6,vthe Payne Family pf
. Asheboro, hosted it's first major gathering since
. v Although Leo, Nanncy, and Roxolp Payne
hosted the reunion, the event attracted extensions
of the family which included Mr, and Mrs. Elsoh
.4SjAsrg-Sr; Durham, Mr; and Mrs. Jirnmy
::V$i&fiMX&i$tiaM The Hinson Family of
The Robert and Nannie Hill Akton tthirdfamUy SfT
reunion was held on Saturday, September at tl and Mrs, Adelaide
Old ChrUtian College Building in . ..
Mrs. Pearl A. Belle and aarehce Aistwtf jra good old southern
daughter, the- only two living frontf theelv Just about every tasty food
v Even, intermittent showers failed to dampen the
spiritsv At the close of the day, family members
yoted to nolo the reunion in Lmrnam anq
elected officers to plan next year's event.
v A major goal of the Payne dinner was to hold this
' event at various locations annually and to organize
, a I
children, and Mrs. Kate Thompson, a first cousin,
were special senior citizen honorees., : ,
The grandchildren coordinated : by Percy
Alston of Washington, D.C., (brother .of Mrs.
Verlene Moore of Durham) sponsored, this
memorable and festive occasion. -';?.,t3fT
Relatives from Washington, D.C. Californiai.
New York. Massachusetts. Michiean.: Henderson.'
Durham and other places, all enjoyed:elidous;: , -rY:.
buffet dinner and a dance at the Lodge Building In ft
of the late James (Buddy) Alston -were -served $ : 4.1 c.' n.,k w.u -..oi ;k
fryim the beautiful lawn of Mr, and Mrs, Glennice
;Thpmpson on Cook Road on September 12
delicious dinner by his daughter, Mrs. Johrmie Mae ;:
A. Belk and friends at her home on Beechwood.- V
The attending relatives were: ; Thei0arencc
Williamses, Los Angeles, Calif: the Timothy Kiddsj
Compton,: Calif.; Donald Alston, Lohg Beach, .
Calif.; the Harvey Vincents, Rochester,, MichV;.!
Mrs. Christine Miller and daughter, Michelle, of j
Rochester, Mich.; the Harold Thorpes and Ruth of "
Among the local relatives were the Arthur- S; .
Alstons and son, Wesley C; the Arthur Mooresand,:
James Alston and friend, Bea. . 'v';"!' :-ii':Ci!?-r
Weekly Bridge Winners
College View Duplicate Bridge fclub winners for
September 10 were: First place-Mrs. Hedy Echard
and Douglas Kemnitz, second place-Mr. and Mrs,
Curtis Norris, third place-Mrs. Dorothy Mewbom i '
and Fred McNeill, fourth place-MnTheresa Jcf-;
fries and Mrs. Virgie Davis. J ".Ir . " ' V
Correction ' u
The West Durham Blossom Garden Club
honored Mrs. Margaret Fuller on the occasion of
her birthday which fell on Sunday September 6.
with a picnic dinner at the home of Mr, and Mrs.
Henry Jarmon at 2219 Fitzgerald St Many gifts
were presented to the honoree along with other
members born earlier or later in September, j
Guests- were W.M. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Madison McDonald, Rev.: Gladys Surles, Somora
. Farrlngtbn, Pennie Hayes, Yvonne Williams. Annie
Perry, Lorena Ash ford, Bessie Burnette and Pearl
After-dinner, the club raffled a basket of
oc?ries.Mrs; Parker Lee McDonald was the
gleeful winner. - ' ,
', "4 ;Members present were Mmes. Lillie Brown,
Marion Price, Maggie Thompson, Therlan Thomp
son, L.M.; Harris and E.B.-Fiintall.
' BRAND SOFT OflINK MIX
Unawaatanad Soli Drink Mil.
any flavor ' ,
1 quart watar
. Dissolve soft drink mix and :
sugar In water. Pour Into .
plastic Ice-cube triys or
small paper cups. Freeze
until almost firm. Insert . i v
wooden stick or spoon into ,
each, freeze until Arm,
Makes about 2a'
Ideal Social Club
Members of the Ideal Social Club held their an
nual Labor Day picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John T;,Fearrington on Barnhill St.
1 . Participating were Mrs. O. Bates, Mr. and Mrs.
J.T. Fearrington, Mr. and Mrs, Lenroy Holland,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Ms. Mc. Mc-
' Coulloujgh, A. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs, A.R.Thomp-
. son.v-;-;,';;' " '
Mrs. Martha Stanley Feted
: At Birthday Celebration
' A birthday celebration in honor of Mrs. Martha
H. Stanley was given at the home of Mrs. Arthur I.
Stanley,'1 Jr.; on September II, by the children,
grandchildren and great grandchildren. She receiv
ed gifts, money and many beautiful cards.
The dining area was the scene of a beautifully
decorated table laden, with a huge birthday cake,
hors d'oeurves, pickles and punch. i
- Pictures were taken of the family in groups,
- The youngest grandchild is eleven years old, the
' oldest 36; the youngest great grandchild is six weeks
; old, the oldest nineteen years. ( s ,
- Guests were Mesdames Lydia McClain, Janna
' Richardson, Patricia Williams and son; Mr. and
J Mrs, Elmo Mangum, Sr., and Elmo Mangum, Jr.
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