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Mrs. Je:r.r.3 Fcrd J
Crcwnci 1C32 NAACP.
Mcthccf tho Year
, would like to express my sincere gratitude to
everyone for making my victory as 1982 NAACP
Mother of the Year possible. I wish to give special
' recognition to Dr. & Mrs. Grady D. Davis, Sr., and
the entire Union Baptist Church family; Rev. and
Jlllrs. Daniel J. Squtrees and the Zion Temple
United Church of Christ Family; Rev. and Mrs, B.
A. Mack and the Morehead Avenue Baptist Church
family; Rev. and Mrs. Kennetl1 Duff and the
Cameron Grove Baptist Church family; Rev. James
Herndon and the Herndon Singers; the Community
Baptist Church ; Sr. Male Chorus; the North
; Carolina 'Central University's Baptist Student
Union Choir; Ms. Estella F. Robertson; Ms. Dee
McQuaig; Mr. Llnz Au'dalnr Mr. Thomas
VanHook, Mrs. Eloise Edwards; Mrs. Carolyn
Mercer; Mrs. Christine Fuller; Ms. Wilma Liver
poo; Radio Stations WDUR and WSRC and the
Coordinatirtg)Committee from Union Baptist Church
which was thaired by Mrs. Irene Hall. Members:
of this committee were Mrs. Mary Holeman, Mrs.
Ella Glenn, Mrs. Georgette Parker, Mr. James D.
Green, Mr. Herbert S. Jones, Sr., Mrs. Willie
Peaks, Mrs. Annetta Perry and Mrs. Estella F.
Robertson. , s t -
Your support was tremendous and Dr. Grady D.
Davis, Sr. and the Union Baptist Church family and
t will always be grateful to you for making a dream
come true. We hope that all of you will continue to
support the NAACP. Many thanks to everyone. :
BpMrs. T.H. Kinney
Mrs. Margaret L. Williams, annOil Missionary
oTthe Cape Fear Annual Conference, UAFWB
Church, was honored with a testimonial banquet at
the Smith Chapel Church Saturday, evening. The ;
"Traveling Missionaries" sponsored the event. 4 :
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. A Family Tribute for Mrs. Davetter B. Shepard
was held in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist
Church on Saturday evening. Hersister, Dr. Callie.
' B. Coaxura, presided. Reflections were delivered by
Dr. C.R. Edwards. '
Other : tributes were given - by Dr ; tiuher
McManus, Mrs. Mildred Frye and Aljerin Butler.
Mrs. Shepard is a native of Clinton and is mar
ried to William E. Shepard of Thomasville: They
have two sons, Harvey Monk of Washington, D.C. ,
and Gerald Monk of Lumberton. ,
Her church, civic and professional activities in
clude several, memberships; First Baptist Church,
International Toastmistress Clubs," and Chestnut
Hills Community organization, . ;
Prior to her ; enrollment at Fayetteville i State
University in January, 1978, she completed a satis
fying "career as a federal employee at Fort Bragg.
So, on May 8, she was honored for completion of
academic requirements for the Bachelor of Science
degree in psychology at Fayetteville State Universi
ty. The degree was awarded on Sunday, May 9, at
the Cumberland County Memorial Arena.
Friends and relatives gathered for the tribute
from around the state, as well as out of state.
The chancellor, administration, Department of
Social and Behavioral Sciences, faculty and staff
; Mrs. Lane holds membership in several organiza
tions. Among these are the N.Cf Council for the
Social Studies, the College'and University Faculty
Assembly of N.C., the Women's Society of Chns
, tian Service, Gamma Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta
Phi Beta SororityESU Women's Club, Fayetteville -Chapter
of Links, the Good Aces.Bridge Club, the
North Hill Garden Club and the ; Fayetteville
Civitan Club. Mrs. Lane is an active member of
John Wesley United Methodist Church; X ,
Dr. Rodney A. Burrows offered the "Tribute,"
and Dr.; Charles Lyons presented the plaque. The
affair was held in the Rudolph Jones Student'
Center at Fayetteville State University on May 6;
Mrs. Lane was married to the late W.E. Lane;
she has one son, Ronald E. Lane. - -...
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Happy Birthday anniversary to Kim, Mary
Helen, Lula, Elizabeth.1 ; ,,, '
Many gathered for the Fayetteville State Univer
sity Commencement exercises which were held at
the Cumberland County Memorial Arena Sunday.
The New South River Baptist Association men
were asked to engage in maintenance repair in -a
mission project at Fort Caswell.
The Rev. Albert Shuler of John Wesley United
Methodist Church was guest speaker for a Mother's
Day service at Smith Chapel Free Will Baptist
Rev. Jesse M. Jackson, pastor of Smith Chapel
Free Will Baptist Church was honored on his 12th
SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1S32-THE CAZSLttiA TlES-9
A&T State University. She ; is employed" with
Cumberland County Schools.
. The wedding is planned for July 3 in the Zton
Wall Free Will Baptist Church in. Linden.
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. The Kinneys traveled to Clio, S.C, and Chester
. field,. S.C, during the past weekend.
You can enjoy "The Wiz" the super soul musical
version of "Wonderful Wizard of Oz" at the Fayet
teville Little Theater. f,
The Fort Bragg Playhouse has "Company" a
musical comedy about being married and not being
Goes"' at the Bordeaux Dinner
The Senior Citizens Service
house on Sunday afternoon.
Center held open
A workshop on the basics of food freezing was
sponsored Thursday by the Cumberland County
Agricultural Extension Service. The workshop
began at 10 a.m. through noon at the County Office
Building on U.S." 301-S, Participants practiced
methods of freezing fruits and vegetables.
Six students at Reid Ross High School recently
attended the annual HOSA Convention in Winston
Salem. They are Venee James, Bridget Jenkins,
Lillian Gerald, Ruth Cooper, Veronica Manns and
"Sounds of Freedom" a U.S. Army Forces Com
mand Show was presented on Sunday afternoon at
joined with the community at large to recognize
Mrs. Dorothy E. Lane who has rendered outstan- anniversary with a week of special programs,
dine service to Favetteville State Universitv until the
culmination of her work in various capacities here.
Mrs. Lane is a graduate of Bennett College She
received her B.S. degree in history and taught at
Oak Ridge High School in Lumber Bridge She
received the M.A. degree from New York Universi
ty and did further study at A&T, ECU (certification
in Library Science); UNC at Chapel Hill and the
University of Dayton in Ohio;
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Henry McNeill announce
the engagement of their daughter, Betty Sue, to An
thony DeMonte Elliott of Durham. .
The prospective bridegroom is the son of the late
Robert and Mrs. Kathleen Elliott. He is a graduate
of North Carolina Central University in Durham.
He is employed with Hotel Europa in Chapel Hill.
The bride-elect is a graduate of North Carolina
1WIIJ HfvM&OS TOBACCO CO
Thrifty Service Club Meets
1 Brogden Student
Career Clubs VP
V Mrs. Milie L. Williams served a hostess to the
V Thrifty Service Club in her home on Atlantic Street,
May 8, in observance of her birthdate. After devo
tion led by Rev. Dorothy Glover, the president,
Mrs. Aline Davis presided over reports from
various committees. Mrs. Mary Vanhook, the trip
C chairman, said that all is in readiness for the trip to
the World's Fair June-1 1-13. An announcement will
be made later on the time of departure. . . '
. ' The highlight of the meeting was to honor all
i mothers present and absent. A special Mother's
Day sohg was sung to all mothers. Lovely gifts were
' exchanged among secret pals, adding joy to the oc-
: v ' casion. '" ' ' -'
Mrs. Williams received-, many lovely ig.ifts, and
Miss Sonserae Smith,
and eighth grade student
at Brogden Junior High
School, was elected yice
' president . of the Career
Fvpioration Clubs of
I fth Carolina" at the
th, Annual Conven
ti at , the' Scott
P. illion in Raleigh on ;
Ft ay, May 9. '
iss t-andace. I horn
. was served. Mrs: Laura Thorpe thanked the ?tu' rit, won third place I JV' f : : ' .
Members attending were: Mmes. Aline Davis,
May R. Core, Mary Vanhook; Queen Cooper,
Elnora Ransom, Pauline Boxley, Stattie Russ, Luna
J. Holman, Mattie Jones, Lula Mae Hester,
Dorothy Glover, Laura Thorpe, Pauline Hart,
Willie Mae Jones, Pearlie M. - Walker, Louise
Thompson, Mable Bryant, Milie L. Williams and
Guests were: Mrs. Linda Gray, Ms. Princess
Gray and William Hill. '
Doric Day Celebration
Doric Lodge No. 28 will celebrate Doric's Day on
Saturday, May 15, at the Masonic Temple, 301
Cook. Road, at 7:30 p.m.
The speaker will be Joseph L. Pillow, state super
visor of The Knights of Pythagoras, a youth group
sponsored J?y the Prince Hall Masons.
, Doric was chartered on December 1 i, 1878.
you 11 call it
"The Overnight Wonder"
Ever feel uncomfortable with your laxative-' '.
Then it's time you tried the gently medicine they -'
call "The Overnight Wonder" 1
Jt's today's Ex-Lax and tt relieves the discom
forts of constipation by helping restore the body's
own natural rhythm. Try it tonight You'll like the
way you feel in the morning! ,
- Chocolated or pills. Ex-Lax is TThe Overnight
wonder. . .
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in e competition- tor
orig al cluster skits. The
then of the skit; which
was ritten by; the two
studt 's. centered
aroui . Career Employ
. Brogd i Junior. High
. .School was awarded a
, 'tTophy for this competi
tion. Misses Smith and
Thornton received cer
tificates of accomplish
ment. Other Career Club
' members who entered
the competition at the
State Convention were
Miss Pauline Poe for In
dividual Talent and
Breverick Graham for
the Creed contest. The
Career Exploration Club
is an integral part of the
tion Program in the mid
The major purposes of
this club are to; en
courage improvement in
scholarship; , develop
strengthen the con
fidence of students in
themselves and their
work; create more ' in-
terest in the intelligent
choice of occupations;
develop character; train
for useful'...' citizenship, -
and i foster patriotism;
and, encourage the
development of organiz
ed recreational activities
. Club advisors are Ms. :
Susan Norman, Mrs. t
Mildred Hamby and
The WiC Program (Special Supplemental Food Program) provides nutrition education and supplemental
(oods to pregnant and breast-feeding women. Infants, and children who meet proqram eligibility requirements-
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s , , ,-WIC: Today and the Future
COME TELL US HOW YOU FEEL
Attend a public meeting on the vyiC Program and out
. The Meeting Will Be: May 28, 1982 Noon3
' Hearing Room G1 70 (Ground Floor)
- , Archdale Building . ;.
- " 512 North Salisbury Street (corner ol Salisbury and Peace)
- ; Ralelga, North Carolina
If you" are unable to attend and wish to submit comments, please send written com
Nutrition and Dietary Services Branch ' ' ' '
Division Qf Health Services " '
Post Office Box 2091- "
Raleigh. North Carolina 27602 , - . - .
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; Standards for participation in the WIC Program are the same for everyone
:, regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, political beliefs, sex or handicap;
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, Warning: The Surgeon General Has DetermineoV
. That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. '