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Irnos Lawrence, Jr
: la a f 1 M:y 15 ccrccr.y at Mount Zcar. ;
Cr-: C. Jm ! Li TonsilU Drown becarse the .
bridi c f A - 7 La r Jr. Hcv, A.H. Parker and J
' Rev. VX. r. oAn cL-.iated. - ;
The tri ' ; h C.s d .hter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen .
O, Erevkn, Jr., cf V .ham: The bridegroom is the . 1
' riven i n niri bv her father, the bride wore a
white gown cf 5 "A crganza featuring a Queen Ann
jneckene, Cchop sleeves, mtea Docuce, iuu sun
and chapel trc.n ot tiers tnmmea in peauaanje lace
Her matching vea oi wusion was neia oy a J unci' , ...- tru.i tkhu eat., kat zz at c a ' , -ca?
of. r bee: She carried va bouquet pf;'r::.r?:scrn:nnFcasALEK3TYmaEncriCT;:tcinjC3
wter- v tbfeafcMdpurto - -
- .Ms. U a i i J cf 1 Anderson wajr maid of honor. ; - ' , ,
Miss.Tz-.rla A., Drown of Durham- was junior. ; f - - . . - v.' " 7 1
Knight,- CoLIetee Malone,' Mesina Richmond and, , '
Gregory Covington, cousin of the' groom,-of
rNOriOiK.-.virguiia, was prai man.
To Be Held
Mrs. Cacsarea Deb
nam, president of ihe
Cooi diiutunu Council No. 2 celebrated its
tor Senior Senior the senior citizens of the
Ciiiens, announces ihe the occasion was Rev.
Miird all-day Housing Hawkins, Chapel Church
f orum for Durham's Refreshments were ser
older adults to be held at followins the service. Ho
the Duke Street Center. eacn senior citizen
807 S. Duke St.. Tucs
I hm were Sat. Allen A. Brown. Ceoree Good- s.-
man William Joynef,, Herbert Stringfield, and
Willie Woodard.- .- f ' : S '
? T ln1( T.fl' Kikrwanai Mack was flower girl and
I ,9',i fVwTftman wat rinchearer.
Musicians in the wedding were Phillip Woods t
A ".reception' was-4 new at Kamaaa- inn in,
downtown Durham. v : -t
The bride is a graduate of the University of North, ; ; ;
rarftiina-at Chanel Hill. She is enmtoved as atelier
with . first .'Citizens Bank; Chapel - HiB;- The -.
bridegroom ' attended the ' University of , North f
Carolina at Chapel Hill where he Was a member of,' . v'l
. ' the varsity football team. He jscurrently a running : f.
v ' - back with the San Francisco 49'ers. ..""
Stewardess Board No. 2 of Kyles Temple AMfc, ; rrKr " T - r - : , - . . -
Zion Church met at the home of Mrs. Mamie Lewis ' x , -j f - BriOQ8 ClUD Winn ;rS
Ma 13. f .. . . t.?..i.L Win'intheWlWe View Bridie Qub on Mav
Mts, Lovie bmitn lea tne aevouon. ivus. ovewu .7-iw nlar7 HfcT Frhard and Douclas ' '
vann.v nrident. conducted the meetinst. 'Mrs. 13 were First place, Hedy Echard ana uougias ,t:,
r 7. M ,l. , m,mu, nWnt -Kemmtz; secono piace, Maunews woouara wia-. -
j .. .. . . . . - .i w m. Mammnort' tmmn n a. naarv Younfl
MRS. AMOS LA WRENCE; Jr.
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Stewardess Board Meets
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dav, May 25, The forum hoard on behalf of the senior citizens for fed the devotion The business involved approval of '
is beine sponsored bv the rpmpmherino them. . - - " tenorts with the president id charge, -,.;r .
City of Durham. Presiding Elder M.F, Ward thanked the group r, Mitchincr was welcomed as a member.' Mrs.v y ;
(LTLTT TWO BAGS)
Notes : Of Interest i
Governments and the
Roundlahle of' Senior
The , purposes of ihe
foi urn are - to: inform
older adults of vhc full,
ranee of housing pro
urains desiimed to scrye
them: present what fi
now beinj! offered in
Durham; inform older
persons about new op- -. . Order 'of Odd Fellows observed-
t.ons anu alternatives thdr peter Qgden Day along with the Household of . tQn Sunday,
u-nu... i . . Ruth Sunday- May 16 at prst calvary wist St. .'Mark;
chance lo. older adults Cnurch on Morehead Ave, Rev. David Bell of BelU meeting ,wi
to sneak on about their . ;,.l.. Jo'?.;
. '. ,. reager Dapusi vnurcn was mc guesi su. vm- .-, prcsiai.
uynu u , " ner was served following the service. Kev. ,tlejohAE
r ' , Thompson was the host pastor.
Mil iivu im.ii l"
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olT 1,u " ; Red Mountain
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-; . a repast was servea,:: - -
7 Others ' present Were ' Mesdames lillie Brown t ,
Vjanie Xutler,-Bessie Burnette Marie Clark, Eula V'f,
j ciegg, iressa ureen,. ju.iyi. rams, rivic iuiohh
$ Aletha McDougald Therlan Thompson, ; Myrtle :
Walltet and t.U. mntaii.
The next uneetlnff"
meeting prior to summer vacation."
AiP CJALTTY HEAVY VECTCCN C.1AJM FED COT
, WIlCLECCrXESS , ,1 ''"2 1:'. "V: ';
r'--1 . ChouldKoathotildar t tlii
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Tressa Green,. L.M' Harris, riossie lorain, u ti - r . BtMK,nawr;af And
McDougald Therlan Thompson, Myrtle : I ; w-ww.-M ' Ground Catt
randE.B.FUntalI.:!v- fU3:H-V11- ' ' 18-241' ? 5
.host 4nd hostess were .thanked byMrs.V ;.f . ... J1? t,;.
f; w W aJ U ' VUL Ji t H'"1 .-.fflg' : .'h
next meeting" w'JL be on June 1 3 - the. last . ' mmTmmT1T!lTTmTmmm
77 t j . -1 j- meeting prior to s
housinu will be made by:
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planner for the City of Marie Johnson
Durham: James Tabron. Pasior
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uuector o. .ne .Ai.uam visiting with Mrs
S,&..u.r Day werel Miss BrendaTurrentine
I ' "' I I Bryant and children,
rlJ i V. Zn r ' ," Turrentme, Virginia;
IIIA: Bient Class., . WashinRtoni
S:, "L. ' Attorney and Mrs. Elvis
? "v..??- ; . f teville visited her mother
vi vices; vyiiiic vmvv.i,
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i armors mo mc m- N;Khtinales Quartet
m.imtrat.on: Mrs. i ..nua cert at B;N Duke Auditorium
, " 1 Friday evening, May
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for i he Citv of Durham
Protec lor Hderiy. and Happy birthday anniversary to Miss Paulette -. Saturday morning; ith several of the adults trying
Samuel Hodecs. ar- n.i... f r rim. rWi. rtf them a crand a
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Project for F.ldcrlv
1 " r rA I tion win oe a movie enutiea ; ' i no. music.. .v..:Acuyiaes"i)egani way.ingni:wH. u . ii
o. .he uy oi Durham. sponsored by Non Parcille Chapter No. 648, Order, home of arolytfand Larry Hatchett jn Chatham I
lohi, K.nnev, archuiu of Eastern star. Everyone is cordially invited. - County (Alstonvilte)-V . -; 'T .'lh
or Durham Hosiery Mil i A skating party for the youngsters was JieW.on X
'roteci lor hideriy: ana KSrthHaw - nn;vrcrv- a ''Mi1an1etti cMi-VmnM4i'itiiH4.Mnit of the adults trwntf. '-?.
Visuih:. rf TAlfJfiDGE WBU::.-? ItDUJE DIDGE
Mayl6,WFriendlyqrcleauboff - - , I
AME Zidn cnurch. new its moniniy, vii..tfxu.i riuillid W KI . SCfiCfl G2CCH --f I
th the president. Mrs.-Helea McNeil, ? . Qiey 1 w v!f C?n 0 1
nd Mrs. oveta uyers. rrayer was saia in ,4 L . rsaj - " r 1 U J
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', v r, r Dinner was served. v?,f?;,A r r, i-.W " v .1 -u Z'-L-P.
Baptist, Churchy Rougemdnt, 'Others present werei Mesdames Lena Thompson, f. .a'pT 1 1
s Day on Sunday at the Conven. jDazel Sieyens, Mary Sue Coward, Sarah Cameron, ? r JtrrT. rIH. ' . l
Road. Guest speaker was Mn. touiVrrazicr, Juam - - v I
Rev. , Cureton Johnson Ms. the t Mildred .YocdyV Corerte' Brown Un. Jones ana r- rt 73 I '. , '( AAvNO I
' ' l" I"1'" Vv'.HattieCcerjandGroverBurthey, , ?,.-V-V r l..1!., , ...t. J I (ill I I
. Jessie Turrentme on Mother's Wllism hPfYl U HH7 V 1 rJ;J ' a;; v - v - 1 I
andjvlrs. Shirley "WW" rV"7.V' ,T f i' Wrt ft)
Washington, D.U. James yinn Difinilh' Irt Aral r;''UUUuJLvUULC?V ein-'r WW J
Mr. and Mrs. Unwooa iur - tMlUUQ,! f lUUlllUll III rl UW - '.Tmmhmmmmmmmmmmmvmmhmmmm
LewisandsohsofFayetc';:VW;:' .' T"'.. . ! ' " " v'-r'
, Mrs Symmer paye. , v a The WiT-sams 1 amuy, unaer me leaaersnip 01 cnc-CWrrr & JUICY : ' - ' CSLcr?J YTLLOW r:pe
. Mrs. aovceM.Ussiter, president, held it's annual-- i;..-'.' k.-- . - I
will be presented in con- Family Bunion-Mother's, Day Weekend ' in Jhe V 1? fi ;r ,rT?r'" ur.N
, NCCU campus, on' ' Durham area. The entire weekend was dedicated to - - . WOT..4r..0 f Jf,.-i L.. iU) I
21. at 7;30. A special attrac-. the in-laws of the family, Uu 4 r " . ! ' -1. ': A 1 "A ' j 1 SA-' -Vt I
Resist ration forms I or
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,e occasion nay , c k & .
aineganiiciiUKviicci Mrs No,a
. ....... - mother wnonaa not sKaica in w ycar, www. tr,w.t.uAC)i , rr-.mr'f ,vs . A
Pastors Aid Club of Red Mountain Baptist, rink with east along with her grandchildren. ,' , f f,v .CC.v.:r:AT"l - I.'jIU r. 1
. Rougemont, held its monthly meeting. A fish fry was held later in the afternoon at tne - t, r-, -.r:i-i!r ' I - V- . i a I
. May 8. in the church fellowship hall, home of Jesse and Cloyce Ussiter, and a dance - I , ! , I ' U .IiLU I n "1 ri ' I
Folks, presided. Members present were Saturday night at the Craftsmen's Lounge rounded. . a ,. . I : rUUbl-UOla l.jI
Virginia Kenion, Julia A. Hams, Cora M. out the day., r. f. I , V 1 JlHw't l-,11. - , ' . T4?I I
Jessie Turrentine. Vera Parris, Syminer On Sunday, many of thcrelatives worshipped at v I J'llVit,7 ir I , 't ViL olui deoosit I J I
Emma L. Bullock and Elizabeth Bullock. the New Hope Baptfataurch in Oatham County,-; J : rkaTU '- - vJSWlJB UraJ
, - The dinner; coordinated by Faydean Richardson, r, r ...
the oraHuates at Fast Carolina University w9 heW at the home of Lucv and Rae Bennett. . f ii . n m nr
rsj.antlii 4ce Anni1ta Porlrtfr Haiiohtei tit Mf
and Mrs. Wilbur Parker of Bahama. They attended tion of awards, presented certificates to the In-laws
.U. ...:.U ,U.:. J.M.I.I., Damn. LI J'L tliMlSntvUMrt itut nl.
CrCniUniCS aiUU Willi lllCU uaumw, hi, ' Wfia llaU UCCIMIiai I ICU ivo jwH,w,rw;.;AV : ... ml"'- 'tj
I w TAVL-A. ' An4 - thai flw ...U UAI kn mrnji1 iKtrtv ftf : J '
daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses B. Parker, Mrs. ' m0rc. Mack and Lettie Lassiter have been married .
kr..r.l I Darlrar 1 Mice Vivian Parker all flf ' CO " ' f. - . -.-.' ' 1"
Bahama, and Mrs. Virginia Kenion of Durham. ' . Ellis I. Allen has the distinction of being the on y i
m.'.i. ,K- -:t, ,k,.t irt Tru trt Hrt o ..... or.t HUnr nf the famHv riewslet- ' ,
Bv Klson Armslronit. Jr. Foskey, Hattie
super tAvta coufok
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I nease pray lor me sick ana snui in. iry iu w circle t years anu as cumw vi iw i.mu; u . . - .-. -t ,
EITIDI0V6BS something to make them happyV ! - . pter (15 years). He was presented a cp P10-, C?1 kSi! 212-.''; . .i ' : I
Ullipiwy vw Mesdames Ida SmUh. Mary C HolmanJ Pearl tures involving ;inanyofftheactiviue ;
v Hson Armstrong Jr. Foskey, Ha . . - ,
On Thursday May H Campbell, Annie Myers, Ella Mangum,; Annie publication' f the" . . , . '.. - '' K
...i.....: nnU,.. Roberts: Bettv A.Oav. Annie L: Wade. Constance Marie and James Lohme Horton arid Rota
. . i , " ...i . P Thnmac r.enro ia 1 von. Kate I owe: Dorothv AlctAn Tr " "wa dedicated tOAMenv:,54nr..?.v..'-:B' j: " . r A
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KH&FT SALAD DHCSS'uNQ
Hospital nresentcd ser- P. Thomas, Georgia Lyons, Kate Lowe, Dorothy Alston Jr:, was dedicated to: All;ii;':: r-,;'(,:" , -.f rTJT
I J Sii i T. Lawsdn; - , AWUUams Family ReunionT
awards, to 'Ipnjf icrm ' ' Messers. W.A. Harris Irvin Lyons; Joseph ;cwrdinaief by.Juhaattd P9fPWjJm , iCUFTt
emnlovces at- a dinner waae, Larry i urremme, ..cauicM iviuikuiu, ..-',, ,. Airarncy- nuw riiuiuiiw,. " !, " y" ."-: : i
ceremony at 7 p.m. Jural Johnson, Hosea Moore, Archie Hawley, Jphn:, accepted thetalltptheininirt
iL-..... .ik . - . i2 AniancTcnaatthehomeofMrs.lvadefPnnce I
SUPER SAVCa COUPC3
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NaTional Hospiial Week'- Sincere sympathy is extended to thfjfamai ' .
Fmplovees who were Chester Reams, John A. Spaulding, Skip : i Hosting this affair were Earl and Misaka Johnson taia.ii-i9i--tiwoi -
i Carnenter. Mrs. Ethel Flemina Brown. John Willis 'i of Sadnaw. Michigan and Wayne arid Radef Webb,' . - - r ' k
laruarct Goodwin 40 ' f Whiter Mrs Gladys Tharrington, Ms.CrystaK of the.Bronv New York: ' ' -
ears- Ms Grace Stewart Jeanette Hill, Mrs Annie Mae Edwards : 4 - ; a Jominr: their North : Clini cousins in the c
nd Ms Edna Tillcv 30 weekend of festivities were family members; . (
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.! 1 1: i. cu i j.... ..,;ii MiMt v.t. ' .,t j ;. vi ;.;- ,. FtAAA - Pennsylvania.
Betty Riasbce and Ms.
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' Retirement awards
i, were also presented.
-. All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is :
that good men do nothing. A::
15i2 uiar.t:turdayi May 22, at70p.mM8tthe
" home of r.s. Carolyn Pollard Harris, i wneauniu m v
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