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13 THE CAT.SLTCA TI".ES-SATUS:AY, MAY 23, 1S32 y
' Kirs. Lilar N. Cooper was the NAACP Mother of .
i the : Year Sunday at the Raleigh Memorial
' Auditorium for the Shiloh and Morrisville Branch.
She; was accompanied by a few of the members:,
-Mrs. Margaret P. Green, the Mother of the Year ;
chairman; Mrs. Emma Bailey, Mrs. Ruth Grimsley, .
Mrs-. Ann Harris and Mrs. M.J. Green. '
The Junior Choir of Shiloh Baptist Church will
render music at the New Hope Union meeting
Saturday afternoon at Markham Chapel Baptist
Notes Of Interest
Thrifty Service Club
. By Mrs Symlner Daye '
. L.W. Parker was host for refreshments in the'
fellowship hall immediately following the service.
-.. . Mrs. Elnora Ransom entertained the Thrifty Ser-
- Congratulations and best wishes to newlyweds yice club in her home on Hamlin Street, May 15 t
Mr. and Mrs. James Morrow, Mr. ana Mrs. ban L.' celebrating her birthdate. Mrs. Aline Davis, presi-
Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Lawrence, Jr.
Mrs. Mildred Neal has returned home after hav
ing spent three weeks vacation with her daughter
and family, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Singletary and
daughter, Monica, in Springdale, Ohio.
Happy wedding anniversary to Attorney and
Mrs. Elvis Lewis, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dahgen Marks,
Mrs. Brenda McGhee and husband.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fuller in
the recent birth of a son. '
- The Pastor's Aid Club of Shiloh Baptist Church
will sponsor a program Sunday at 5 p.m. Rev. Nan
cy Grady and the Male Chorus of Mount Gilead
Baptist Church will be the guests. .
Rev. and Mrs. Cureton Johnson, the pastor and
his wife; Rev. and, Mrs. Paul Johnson, the parents,
of the pastor; Rev. and Rev. Mrs. E.J. Johnson,
Rev. and Mrs. McCoy Bullock, Rev. and Mrs. Clif
ton Bullock and Mrs; Annie Goode, members and
friends were proud and happy people as they mar-',
died into the new sanctuary of Red Mountain Bap-
tist Church in Rougemont on Sunday evening, t .
AN OLD FRIEND HAS RETURNED AND VOU'RE GOING TO LIKE IT
Sweet Georgia ; Brown Beauty Products
For door-to-door service, mail the coupon below to Ollie Washington, Route 2 Box
351. Rougemont. N. C? 27572.
dent, presided over reports from various commit- .;.
tees, the chaplain, Mrs. Genevieve Rogers, led the ;
devotion. - . -''V .;
All is in readiness for the trip to the World's Fair.
Persons going should meet at East End School on i,
Dowd Street June 11 at 2:30 a.m. Departing time is
requested by the trip chairman, Mrs. Mary
Thf rliih't visit and nirnic at Murdock center' ,
The R.G. Lipscomb Bible Class held its meeting , with the young people in Butner is planned for
Monday night, May 17, at the home of Mr. and i September 18. 1 1 .
Mrs. Orange Lipscomb. Mrs. Roumania Lipscomb W-Mrs. Ransom received many lovely gifts and j
was hostess. f, .-,." r. ,; y : cards with her birthday money. After a repast was 1 '
A repast was served to the foUowing; Mmes. ; served, Mrs. Vergie Mangum thanked the hostess j
Qlmzie Johnson, Corono Umstead, Teeroe Alex- for an enjoyable evening.- t r 1 -ander,
Janie Evans,- Lydia Timberlake, Rachel j v Members attending were. Mmes: Aline ' Davis ;
Jones,;, Virginia LHiUiard, Syminer Daye, Mane I Beatrice Holman, Mae R. Core, Mary Vanhook. .
Scoggins and Ruby Overby. Mrs. Daye thanked the Bessie Pratt, Elnora Ransom, Geneviev Rogers; r
hostess. - " Marie McMillian, Luna J. Holman, Laura Thorpe .
' . . . " .- -Minnie - Cromartie, . Lula 'M. Hester, Vergie '
Thomas Harris has returned to Los Angeles, Mangum, Mildred Gattis, Annie L. Alston, Ethel :
California after attending the funeral of his father, Charles, Virginia Thomas, Mozelle Flintall, Rozet-F:
Bonnie Harris. . -, -? ta Cobb Paimnc Boy and MUie L Williams.
. w w ' Mrs. Muser Jones was a guest of Mrs. Ransom.
:a HaPy BArth(?ay afnmvcrsary I?1 MrvsT-Har' . The next meeting will be with Mrs. Luna Holman :
dy, Miss Monica, Jolloway, Mrs. Nelhe Young, 0n Grav 'Avenue on Mav 2Q at 5 n.m.1 with Mrs
Helps Shrink :
Swelling Of I
Hamlet, Arthur Brodfe, Mrs. Fannie Alston, Mrs.
Estelle Thompson, Ms. Francis ' Warren. Mrs.
Moriah Judd. ' ,
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Annual Women's Day was observed recently at
Red Mountain Baptist Church, held in the Conven-
Dain and burmnr ;.uon Home on uuess Koaa. farticinants were Ms.
itch in hemorrhoidal tissues.then r Glennie . Lunsford, Mrs. , Lillie Bullock, Mrs.
caused by inflammation
Doctors have found a medica
tion tnat in many cases
prompt, temporary relief for
helps shrink swelling oF these
tissues caused by inflammation.
; The name: Preparation No
1 prescription is needed. Prepa--;
ration H. Ointment and sup
; : positories. Use only as directed.
Josephine Peaks, Mrs. Lena Johnson, Mrs. Irma -sion.
La Petite Holds May Meeting
.K La Petite Gardeners held their May meeting in :
the --home of Mrs. Oveta Mcintosh on Dupree i
Street. The large basket of spring and summer
flowers in the entrance lent an air of warm welcome :
and friendship. Other, beautiful plants throughout
the home added their grace and charm to the occa-
U.S. GRADE A
: 5 STORE LOCATIONS: Mon. thru Sat., Northgate open 24 hours;
V ons Village 7 a.m. til 11 p.m.; Riverview open 7 a.m; til 11 o.m
: aJniverslty Drive 7 a.m. til 11 p.m.; South Square 7 a.m. til 11 p.m.
Airstores open 9 a.m. i 9 p.m. All prices effective In all Big Stars
in Durham. . , . . v
" .PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT , MAY 29, 1982, QUANTITY
RIGHTS RESERVED. NONE SOLD TO OTHER DEALERS.
LIMIT 4 PLEASE.
Mangum, Rev. Marie Johnson, guest speaker: Rev;
Cureton Johnson, pastor.
t Please pray for the. sick and shut-in.v Do
something to make them happy: Mesdames
Georgianna Ray, .Vivian Holeman, Pearl Foskey,
Thelma Bass, Creola Campbell, Elverta James,
Mary Evans Battle, Mary Cates, Mary C. Holeman,
. Betty Allen Clay, Janie Parker, Maggie Tilley.Hat- ;
'. tie Parrish, Annie iMyers, CB. Nixon, Georgia
Lyons, Constance P. Thomas, Ida Smith, Ella
Mangum, Annie Roberts, Dorothy T Lawson, An
nie Lipscomb Wade, Minnie Gause, Willie Mae
Jones and Bertha Jones; - ( i v
Messers.4 James Evans, Jesse Patterson, Ben Mc-
Clary, Dorsay Beard, W.A. Harris, Jural Johnson,
Joseph Wade, Ervin Lyons, Larry Turrentine,
The meeting was Presided over by the president,
Mrs. McCrea; The hostess opened the meeting with
song, prayer and flower quotations.
. Ms. Vivian Timlic gave a report on the Japanese
Beetle how far they fly, how to destroy them,
how to prevent their return. A lively question and :
answer period followed. If, Ms. Timlic's instruct'
tions are followed, an entire community could be
rid of the beetles in a short while. s - ? !
' The president distributed a partial list of culinary;
(kitchen) herbs with growing instructions. The hen
garden has become very popular in the past few
years and gardeners are growing them in window
boxes and in pots on the patio.
Mrs. McCrea called for volunteers to help with a
proposed flower show at Cornwallis Court.
Mesdames W.B. Saunders, j. Parker.,0. Mcintosh
Earnest Mangum, Archie Hawley, Judge Harris," thought they could be of service.
Hosea Moore, Graham Allen.
Heartfelt sympathy to the families of Fred Har
ris, Mrs. Alberta Holloway, Mrs; Carrie Lee
Hodge, Hue Spelder, Charlie Lawrence, Charles M.
Mack, Rev." Ada Johnson,- Mrs. Ethel Council,
Donald Ashford and The George Family.
Shenandoah Chapter No. 661, Order of Eastern
Star will observe its anniversary on Sunday, May
30, 5 p.m., at Red Mountain Baptist Church,
CHOICE l LB.
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Wins Top Awards
OLDE TOWNE FRESH
HOT or MILD
BUTT PORTION LB. 98c
WE ACCEPT FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS
The hostess served a meal. Members thanked her ,
and the Garden Gate was closed to reopen at a
meeting with Mrs. Josephine Robinson in June,- .
Kendrick Lassiter Has
Seventh Birthday Party -
i The seventh Birthday Party for Kendrick Lassiter
was held at the home of his grandmother and aunt,
Mrs. Mattie Tillman and Ms. Judy Jones, at 1415
East Club Boulevard. Music was provided by the
Native Tan Band. Kendrick is the son of Douglas
and Joan- Lassiter. '
Guests present were: Robyn Mitchell, LaShonna
Tapp, George Hamilton, Christopher Page, Jamon
White, Carlos Morris, Jamaal McDuffie, Anthony
GORDON'S TWIN PACK
if i ii i
Flower Show held recently at the Duke Street
, Center.' r
Tiffinee won blue ribbons in the following
classes: Let's Go To Market, Mother's Day, Dear
, Teacher, Kettle Delight, Her project - Identification
of house plants. ,
Other La Petite junior winners were: La Shawn
Bettis, first place for her terrarium; Kathy Mann,
second place for terrarium; Kecia Samuel, third
. place fof container grown plant.
Lillie McDade Circle .
The Lillie McDade Circle celebrated its 30th an
niversary on Sunday, May 16. The celebration
began with worship with the pastor and members of
the Gateway to Heaven Church on Roosevelt St.
Following the church service,' the group met at
the home of Mr,, and Mrs. John Washington where
a brief program was presented by Mr. Washington,
honoring club members Miss Iola Allen and Rev.
" Mrs. Nettie Easterling. Highlighted were the,
remarkable services rendered by each of them to
their community, church and the Lillie McDade
Circle. Each honoree was presented a unique card
' of appreciation with a small token of love enclosed.
The Circle's guest was Mrs. Strayhorn who gave;
some very interesting remarks. '
A dinner was served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
; Hattie Johnson. .
Marvema Page. Rodnev Tann
Tellis Chandler, Coby Chandler;
Brian Brewington, Tony Brewington, Corey
Gray, Michele Tapp, Natasha Tapp, Rashetta ;
Stevens, Keith Garner, Kevin Garner, Harold
Garner, Patricia Sellars, ..Frances Owens, Alecia
Mitchell, Carolyn Gray, Brenda Tapp and Ida
OES ANNIVERSARY Prospect Chapter No.
379, Order of Eastern Star, will celebrate it's anniver
sary Sunday, May 30, 5 p.m., at Saint Joseph's AME
Church, 2521 Fayetteville Street, Durham.
The Chapter will present the Adult Choir of Saint
Mark AME Zion Church in concert under the dircc
tiori of Mrs. Barbara P. Daniels. Accompanists will
be Mrs. Cora Hunter and Mrs. Gloria Stevens.
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Start the day in a very special way with Quick Sticky. ;
Buns. Evaporated milk makes them extra moist: and: :
tender. When they are served, a syrupy, pecan mixture. :
, anzzies over me warm Duns, serve them with your fai
vonre oreaKiasc Deverage ior a real treat.
The Pastors Aid Society of Union Baptist Church
is sponsoring a trip to Atlanta, Georgia on July 17.
If interested, please contact Mrs. Christine Sales,
477-2563; Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, 688-6766; or
Miss Irene Hall, 596-7932 for further information. .
The Penny Savings Club is sponsoring a trip to
Niagara Falls, Canada, leaving July 19 and return
ing July 24. If interested please contact Mrs. Ollie
White at 286-3666 or Mrs. Mable R. Brown,
688-3730. . .
Fly-In At Tuskegee
r nH i t fji"-'-
1 ' Aviators icprcsoiuiii!
every' .region of the na
tion will return to
f'nskeiiee to take part in
the , I2ih " Annual
Memorial Day l'ly-ln at
.the Moton Municipal
Airport, May. 28-3 1
poolsiile tlise and least -,
ixiiKuel -ai the Holiday
Inn. riie.baiuiiel'will be
held Sunday evening and
awards will be given for
conipetititons held dur
ini! the weekend.
1 j Airport, May.2-3I. The
J I , F.ach year black . rw , ;
aviators from California ;wc,j.-
y New York nwet af chcmc
,, ruskejiee. Last year nl i
1 , some 72 planes landed at
public is invited
an ,: aetion-naeked
nd of fun and c-
nt for younu and
niillfc VT HfT rl Moton and even more
I 1 I M SV I I are expected this vear.
M ly 111 Lih ) W'' 'Activities, scheduled
J LyjJZKS A fr the - event include
several V Hying com-
'.petititons, , riJcs, . :t
For, additional infor
mation, please contact
C. Alfred Anderson at
(205) 727-6734. or John
,H. Phillips, at (205)
QUICK STICKY BUNS
1 ' (Makes 12 buns) "'
cup butter ' i teaspoon salt '
cup firmly packed j cup salad oil
orawn sugar yt CUp undiluted CARNATION -
J? cup water , Evaporated Milk i ' :
cup pecan pieces 2 tablespoons granulated : :
2 cups flour sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon.
Combine butter, brown sugar, water, and pecans in small
saucepan. Boil gently 10 minutes. Sift flour, baking powder,.
1 and salt in medium bowl. Add salad oil and evaporated:
, nuiK to dry ingredients, mend well and form Into a balL
Roll out dough Into a. 12 x 10-inch rectangle on lightly;
noured sunace, uombine granulated sugar and cinnamon:
Sprinkle over dough. Roll from longer side and cut into
' 12 slices. Pour Sugar-pecan mixture from saucepan into
9-inch round layer cake pan. Place dough slices on top:
j mixture, spacing them evenly. Bake in hot oven (400'P:):
1 20-25 minutes. Invert onto platter.