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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 06, 1982, Page 9, Image 9

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SAT..KARCH6.1832 - TKECAHSUrUTfS-9 Durham Social Notes Of Interest Mrsv S miner Daye 477-3370 ' The R.G. Lipscomb Missionary Bible Class held its February meeting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neal on Todd Street, Mrs. Neal and Ms. . Creola Campbell were hostesses. l : The meeting proceeded with devotions, business : discussions and the serving of a delicious meal. . 1 Present were Mmes.- Olinzie Johnson, Coronq Umstead, Roumania Lipscomb, Rachel . Jones, Syminer Daye, ? Marie Scoggins,1 Janie Evans, Virginia Hilliard, Lydia Timberlake, Tee Roe Alexander,-' " ; .'''' ; '" ' " '- Mrs. Johnson thanked the hostess. Dr and Mrs; Major Geer, Jr. of New York and Michael Geer of Winston-Salem, spent a recent weekend with their -parents, Mr. and Mrs. Major Geer, Sr., In Durham. ' . - v V .Mrs. Bertha Evans drove to Maryland on Thurs day' to spend the' weekend with her daughter, Ms. Beverly Evans and granddaughter, Shederia Evans. . . ; : .' Happy, birthday ariniversary to Rev. Cureton Johnson, Mrs;CIairene Daye, Little Miss Shederia Evans, S, Hester, Mrs. Betty Poole, Ms. Claudie Henderson, Mrs. Eva Taylor, G.W. Durham, Tony Durham and Goldsmith Parker. The children of Mrs. Pearl Williams of Davinci St., honored their mother with a birthday dinner recently. Mrs. Williams received lots of beautiful gifts. Pray for the sick and shut-in: Mesdames Betty Allen Clay. Joe Bullock Sellers, Georgianna Ray, 'Virginia Stone, Hattie Parrish, Ella Mangum, An nie Roberts, Alice Roberts, Estelle Nixon, Pearl Foskey, Creola Campbell, Mattie Gaithwright, An nie Lipscomb Wade, Constance P. Thomas, Lula Walker, Gertie Yancey, C. Holman, Lillian Dun negan, Lucious Bullock, Fannie Rainey, Nannie Toeran, Annie Myers, Grietze Griffin, Beatrice Johnson, Ida Smith; Messers. Archie Hawley, Rev. Roy Cooper, Judge Harris, Ed Harris; Robert Latta, W.A. Har ris, Earnest Mangum, William Carrington, Jural Johnson, Ervin Lyon, John Davis. J. Boy Phillip, Bryant Harris, T.C. Green. Sincere sympathy to the families of J. Elwood Carter, Sr. and James E. "Buster" Carter, Jr.; Thome Adams, Mrs. Ella Timberlake Parker, Mrs. Lillie Mae Martin, Mrs. Allie Laws, L.W. Barbee, Mrs. Victoria Caines Graves, Mrs. Lue Jones, Mrs. Ella Hayes, Lomus Rogers and Rev. John Russell, Jr. Lillie McDade Circle The Lillie McDade Circle had its first meeting of the year, at the home of the Daniels on Cooper Street. The meeting opened with devotions by Mrs. Ruth Washington, Mrs. Hattie Johnson and Mrs. Rober ta Steele. La ;? s - V'' A ;m A rin.n.1 .1 II II linn urn. in 4f Crusader Club Meets The Crusader Club met February 27 at the home of Ms. Ruth Allen on Atlantic St. Following a brief devotion, Mrs. Stella Alston, president, presided over the business session. Plans were discussed for a summer trip. The hostess served a delicious repast. Those enjoying this hospitality were: Mrs. Reefus Richmond, Mrs. Sarah Pugh, Mrs. Stella Alston, Mrs. Minnie Jones, Mrs. Geneva Allison, Ms. Ruth Allen. Mrs. Pugh thanked the hostess for a most en joyable evening. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Allison, 2902 Fayetteville St., March 27, 7:30 p.m. V, X - . 'i.- 'K . . i o ; -v , , , ' ' -fl iimt-' n,w-V-'b i -in "tt turiEriiiiiia-'" WJ PHILADELPHIA Samuel Moseley, 60, of Philadelphia became Philadelphia as he directs traffic at a Philadelphia school. Moseley is Philadelphia. - one of those first at least for the first male school crossing in West Durham Garden Club On Tuesday evening February 23, Mrs. Mary Allison hosted the West Durham Blossom Garden Club at home on Cecil Street. Her beautiful potted plants decorated the house throughout. After the opening of the Garden Gate by Mrsv Mary Love, the president presided over the business session. ? During this session, discussions centered on the flower show sponsored by the council on May 2; the :. Adopt-A-Block by the Clean Community System of Durham, Inc., in April; a workshop on April 17 at Lyon Park Recreation Center, the workshop on , . March 22-23 on Artistic Arrangements and How to rarrv nut Flower. Shaw sponsored bv'the tfWater i Rosetta . W. Southerland. president. ! conX -Wr riwrham t nufe .MinWiai1iuiKhi2iheL. ductedrthe business meeting:' suggestions for W . worthlD service offJiifiri 3" WStr Joseph's CHufcH;v:: new year included a dinner theater show and a progress report from the queen sponsored by the HOLLY FARMS U.S. GRADE 'A' FRYER PARTS ASST. CENTER & END CUTS PORK CHOPS 8 LBS. OR MORE ' remembering club members' birthdays. Mrs. Nettie Easterling and Mrs. Pearline Sutton who. were ui,.' were remembered with a gift. Mrs. Margaret Jones, a visitor, was welcomed. Following a delicious repast, the Daniels were thanked. The next meeting will be held on March 7 at 3 p.m.,. with Mrs. Rosetta Southerland, 606 E. Urn stead St. Thrifty Service Club Mrs. Genevieve Rogers served as hostess to the Thrifty Service Club FebrUary 27 in her home on Charles Street in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Aline Dayis, president, presided and Mrs. Rogers led the devotion. Reports-were given from various committees. A standing vote of thanks was given the treasurer, Mrs. Ma,ry Vanhook for a job well done. Plans are being made to take trips, in April to attend the Azalea Festival; in June to attend the World's Fair; and, in August to visit in Atlantic City, N.J. Mrs. Rogers received many lovely gifts and cards and a beautiful floral arrangement from her sister in Newport News, Va. After a delicious dinner, Mrs. Laura Thorpe thanked the hostess. Guests were Rev. J. W. Hamilton and Frank Williams. ' .Members attending were:. -Mmes. Aline Davis, Elnora Ransom, Beatrice Holman, Mable Bryant, Mary Vanhook, Laura Thorpe, Retha Core, Queen Cooper, Drive Hall, Minnie Cromartic, Mattie Pugh,-' Rozctta Cobb:, Genevieve Rogers, Mozcll Flintall, Milic L. Williams, Virginia Thomas, Ethel Charles, Pauline Boxlcy, Pcarlic M. Walker. The Club will meet next with Mrs. Aline Davis and Mrs. Mable Bryant at 316 Ebon Road at 4 p.m. on March 6. ' Elks Happenings Hy l)t. Ermu 11. Phillips On Saturday, February 27, the Elk's Home was the scene for the Fund Raising Committee's Home Cooked Dinner. Music . for the dinner was provided by the Moore Disco. , Members of the Fund Raising Committee arc Daughters Gcraldinc Lanier, Gladys Jones, Erma Phillips, Gladys Phillips, Lillie Turner, Dt. Ruler Florene Moore and Bro. Otis Jcffcrics. - , Past Grand Daughter Ruler Hattie B. Singleton of Durham received a certificate from the National PGDR Circle of Elks as the first Aenl Prcsident for the State of North Carolina. Dt. Singleton is Loyal Daughter Ruler of 5th District Progressive Council, a life member of Salama Temple No. 704, Daughicr of Elk and a member of Mount Vernon Baptist Church. The Progressive Council and the Baxter Council No. 127 will meet Sunday, March 14 in Chapel Hill at, the Elk's Home at 3 p.m. Transportation will be provided for members. The Elk family is wishing a speedy recovery for Dt. Lillie Turner's husband. Virgil Turner, a pa tient in the Veterans Hospital irt Durham and also to Dt. Ruler Florene Moore's brother. Earnest Morgan, in Wake Medical Center. Deepest sympathy is shared with . Bro. S.T. Enlow, President Emeritus of NX, State Associa tion of IBPOE of W in the death of his wife. rlnh for the Council oroiect: the organizing ot a junior club on February 20 at the home of Ms. Georginna Taylor on Erie St. under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Gibson and Ms. Doris Reddrick. Birthday-gifts were presented to Mrs. Mary Love by Ms. Daisy Gunn and a basket of gifts were presented to the Lyon Rest Home. A delicious dinner was enjoyed by the following members: Mmes. Alease Byrium, Anna Duke, Margaret Fuller, Gertrude Gibson, Daisy Gunn, Mary Jarmon, Mary Love, Mary McClary, Naomi Parker, Doris' Reddrick, Cornetta Williams and Misses Ruth and Mary Louise Stephens. The march meeting will be hosted by Mrs. Alease Bynum. Mrs. Anna Duke thanked the hostess for an enjoyable evening. Junior Club Organized On Saturday, Feb.' 20, members of the West Durham Blossom Club rftet at the home of Mrs. Georgia Taylor at 104 rfe St., to organize a Junior Club. Juniors present were: Sherrill Jones,; Carol Payton; Crissy Peele, Ursula Reddrick, Delphine "DD" Rogers and Georginna Taylor. Ursula Red drick was chosen as president of the club which will meet monthly. Mrs. Gertrude Gibson and Mrs. Doris Reddrick are to be the advisors. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. . t Tau Gamma Delta To Hold Regional Meet The Southern Regional Conference of Tau Gam ma Delta Sorority, Inc., will convene at the Atlanta , American Motor Hotel in downtown Atlanta March 12-14, with Mu Omega Chapter serving as host. Representatives from all chapters in the southern region are expected to be in attendance as well as several undergraduate chapters and national . officers. In addition to the regular business sessions, other highlights of the conference include: a social and hospitality hour, an address by the national presi dent, Mrs. Noma Scott or Baltimore. Md.. workshops, exhibits, an Awards Banquet, and the presentation of a regional scholarship. Attending from the Durham chapter will be: Mmes. Virginia Alston, Ora L. Bryant, president of Lambda Chapter; Lizzie M. Crews, Evelyn Deck, Oriel Dillard, tucinda M. Harris, Omega Parker, Violet P. Rogers, and Mary C. Thomas. Nacirema Club (r. X 1 3.T0 5-LB.AVG. , &;ttMpoWt:v:-:i' SPARE RIBS T0WNE HOT OR MILD vf v , x - If - - LB. U DOUBLE Q CHUNK LIGHT TUNA 6V2-OZ. CAN rx p k ( 0LD6, U PORK 0LDE - 1 pA Mixed fryg Parts J V- SAUSAGE VIRGINIE SLICED BACON "YOUR CHOICE" ' Li;htTirJ 11 D III iS1 - ub XSJ LOW PRICES ON FOOD EVERYDAY! BETTY CROCKER ASSORTED CAKE MIXES r i IPs S IrlMMMlAIBil 8 1 1872 fC-T ir liv PEPSI DIET PEPSI MOUNTAIN DEW 16-OZ. RETURNABLE BOTTLE 8 BOTTLE CARTON $ 1 43 PLUS DEPOSIT Q U.S. Not " ALL PURPOSE WHITE POTATOES held its February Gertrude Gibson The , YWCA Nacirema Club mectinu at the home of Mrs. recently. '. ' - Following the traditional opening, committee, reports were presented and a decision was made to , send a donation to the YWCA and also to sponsor a child at day camp this summer. A decision was made to hold a group worship with the West Durham Baptist Church on April 18, Mrs. Nellie McCrea thanked the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Blackeney, 2810 South Roxboro Street, on March MAXWELL HOUSE) ;HV INSTANT rncccc fe t (LIMIT 1WS10 ORDER) jZf ' DAU U J wmm iHMgKin ail

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