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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, May 01, 1982, Page 11, Image 11

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. ! Fdyetteville Happenings By Mrs. T.H. Kinney Dwight Williams of Route 7will receive his doctor of medicine degree from the School of Medicine, University rof North Carolina at Chapel Hill - this com mencement. He V is i,' graduate of Grays Creek High School and Fayet teville State University. ''.'" V. Jerry R. Beatty of Charlotte has been elected president of the Student Government Association at ! Fayet teville State University, Other officers are Tom my ..Eugene Bumpass, v Roxboro, vice president; and Herbert McMillian, uNew York City, business manager.. ' .k , Think! Earth Day was celebrated recently. Did you plant a tree? . ' The Fayetteville Branch of the NAACP held its "Freedom Day Celebration" Preparing For The Twenty-First Century. Marvin Rouse introduced Dr. W.F. Gibson, the speaker. Dr. Gibson is president of the South Carolina Con ference of NAACP and national vice president of National Board of Direc tors. Special music was rendered by . different choirs. The program was held at St. Luxe AME Church on Hillsboro St. They continue their plea; for your support. Rev. Walter L. McCray is president of the Fayet teville Branch. . ; . , ; Herbert Hodges of Warsaw was guest of the : Kinneys for . the weekend. Ted Kinney was among those who attend ' ed the Democratic Party of North Carolina's 1982 Jefferson-Jackson ' Day Dinner in Raleigh Satur-" day. - - - University in the regional recently . Salem. Attending the local chapter . participated Mid-Atlantic conference in . Winston- from members Myra Crouch and Karen De Vaughn, Delta Alpha ' basileus, who presented a skit with representatives of Otther chapters participatinjin the conference. ,Woman's Day ., was observed at Mount Sinai Baptist Church on Sun day. Theme: "A Chris-' tian Woman's Journey One Day At A Time". Mrs. Pauline Hart presided. Mrs. Evans conducted the Children's Sermonette, Mrs. V. Clagett introduced the speaker, Mrs. Sharon Alexander, who is employed with the Fayet teville City Schools. . The program included various other par ticipants. Theme: "A Christian Woman's Journey By Faith, Hope, Love and Sharing." After the program, all retired to the Fellowship Hall for fellowship, ex ploring displays and ex . hibits. - : . The basileus, delegates and members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority traveled to Salisbury for a meeting during the past weekend. . : Many' enjoyed the Eighteenth Annual Cinderella-Cotillion Ball sponsored by Zeta Pi Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., on Saturday even ing at E.E. Smith High School gymnasium. -:.- Members and guests of Omega Psi Phi Frater nity enjoyed their annual Mardi Gras on Friday in the Armory. i , . ' - Members of the undergraduate chapter of Alpha Kappa at Fayetteville .f Soror Ellis Jones, eastern regional director of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and a graduate of Fayet teville State University, will be speaker of the local chapter's 30th an niversary reunion on Saturday, May 1 . A recognition banquet will honor the sorority's founder, Soror Beulah Jones'. The banquet will be held in the H.L. Cook dining hall. ' Mr. and Mrs. Vardell Gaddy announce the engagement of their daughter, Gracie Lee, to Samuel Oneal Lesane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lesane of Elizabethtown. Wedding is planned for July 3 in the Pleasant Grove Church. The bride-elect holds an associate degree from Durham College. She is a student at North Carolina Central Univer sity in Durham and is employed at Custom Molders of Durham. The prospective - bridegroom is employed with the Dublin Peanut Process ing Plant. Alpha . Person State Street. They'll be looking for an audience on Sunday, May 2. You will be able to enjoy jazz, coffee, displays, exhibits, sing ing, face painting and the like. Be there Sunday On-The-Square down Street and "QUALITY CONTROLLED" ' FRESHLY GROUND BEEF 5 LBS. OR MORE 5 STORE LOCATIONS: Mon. thru Sat., Northgate open 24 hours; Wellons Village 7 a.m. til 11 p.m.; Riverview open 7 a.m. til 11 p.m; University Drive 7 a.m. til 11 p.m.; South Square 7 a.m. til 11 p.m All stores open 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. All prices effective in all Big Starf In Durham. PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT., MAY 1, 1982. QUANTITY . HGHTS RESERVED. NONE SOLD TO OTHER DEALERS. $18 U.S. GRAPEA. BAKING HENS ROYAL PINK BRAND PINK SALMON S $ 7 9 g15oz. if U.S. CHOICE BEEF BLADE , CHUCK ROAST T LB. LOW PRICES 0NF00D EVERYDAY! . WE ACCEPT FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS J CHOICE I I fifi Cm (m J ASST. DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES I f' PUDDING I If m r ... i '.;V -i- , Pit w OZ. tiff SWEET LUSCIOUS CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES JUMBO ROLL ASST. BOUNTY TOWELS urn . Q&kfS n-r II si m mi. " WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY RED OR GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES mmiMM it ; l f,f,i-A i' in LB . .J 1 1 wmmi wmm mm c 1MMM J m 9m ML pnc m lacn Mr star, mmm m tpmawmj 5 rMLUI.'HL IHmTMWIWeaLAW.MAT WWOURHAIir LX NOT WAAABU TO OTHEflnETMLOEALfRS OR WHOLESALERS. Retired Sgt. Maj. and Mrs. Nathaniel Rainey of Fayetteville announce the engagement of their daughter, Debra, to Donald Ray Hicks, son of Mrs. Alfred Hicks of Oakland, Calif., and the late Mr. Hicks. The wed ding is planned for June 19 at Fort Bragg. The bride attended North Carolina Central University. She is employed at The Ranch in Cross Creek Mall. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Oakland High School and attend ed Lanelev Colleee. He Hay is serving in the U.S. Ar my in Zweibruecken, West Germany. Ms. Willie May Beatty of Salisbury and John Clifton Reddick of Fayetteville were married Saturday at the White Rock AME Zion Church in Granite Quarry. The couple will live in Fayet teville. Mrs. Reddick is employed by the Rowan County Department of Social Services. Reddick is district executive with the Boy Scouts of America in Fayetteville. Oak Grove Floral Board The Oak Grove Fret Will Baptist Churcr Floral Board met Sun day, April 25, at tht home of Mr. and Mrs., i Wilbert 1 Graham, 80 f Codk Road. . Mrs. Florence Boyd conducted the devotion and each member repeated a Bible verse. The business was presid ed over by Mrs. Willier McKeithan, president. Minutes were read and committee reports heard. The bus rally was con tinued so each member can respond. Two new members joined Mrs. Lorene Mason and Wilbert Graham. The group also celebrated and birthdate of the president which was on Saturday, April 24. Mrs. Janice Watson thanked the hostess for dinner. The next meeting is scheduled to be held on May 23 in the home of Mrs. Bluford Myles, 509 Simmons Street, at 3 p.m. Members present were: Mesdames Willier McKeithan, Florence Boyd, Mary Harris, Gladys Corbitt, Estella McRae, Janice Watson, S. Griffin, Josanne Fryer, Ovella Lumpkin, Beatrice Lasiter, Edna Graham, Jessie S. Mc Cray, Blueford . Myles; and Wilbert Graham. .Raffle Winners The Durham Chapter of the Winston-Salem State University Alumni held the drawing of its raffle to raise money for its scholarship fund on Saturday, April 17, at the home of committee chairman, John Hunter. . The first prize winner was Ms. Eliza Ford of 1316 Fay Street who won $100 worth of gasoline; second prize of . $50 worth of gasoline went to Ms. Sabrina Hyman of 911-B Massey Avenue. CcrtsSd 320 Untorsity Dr. 621 Broad Street MBP UU3TVE OFFEB: A 20-Pc. Service For 4 Cost Less Than$14 CHOOSE FROM 3 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS! CMp From the Highland Floral Collection. ACZZ&F ViLUE AT A GZEAT F2ICE! 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