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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES-SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1&82
3Cth Annual Ch3rlss Clintcn
Spaulding Day at White Reck
' White Rock Baptist Church, 3400 Fayettcville
St., will observe the 30th Annual Charles Clinton
Spaulding Scholarship Day, Sunday, July 25 at
, 10:55 a.m. John S. Stewart, former-Durham
Mayor Pro-Tem and former president of Mutual
Savings and Loan Association, will speak.
-The late C. C. Spaulding was president of North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Mechanics and Farmers Bank, and Mutual Savings
and Loan Association. He was also a deacon and
trustee of White Rock Baptist Church and be
quested to the church a sum of money which was
used to establish a scholarship fund in 1952. Many,
students have been recipients and benefitted from
this fund during the past 30 years. r's'tr
Stewart, a trustee of White Rock Baptist Church,
was a protege of Mr. Spaulding and succeeded him"
as president of Mutual Savings.
He was a member of City Council for 15 years
and served as Mayor Pro-Tem two years. He was
chairman of the Committee on the Affairs of Black
People and served as a director of Duke Power
Company, Mechanics and Farmers Bank and North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company.
He is vice-chairman, Durham Hospital Corpora
tion and John Avery Boys Club. He has served as
chairman of the Board of Trustees of North
Carolina A&T State University.
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4th Founders Wesk at Nsw Mt. Templs
New Mt. Temple Church of Deliverance, 2718
.East Pettigrew St., will celebrate its Fourth
Founder's Week Observance from August 1-8. 1 Ser
4 vices will begin nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sunday's ser-
vice will begin at 3 p.m. Speakers for the week are:
"Rev. David Massey of North East' Baptist Church;
Bishop Ralph "Donnie" Graves of Deliverance
1 Temple of Truth, Fayetteville; Evangelist Christine
Williams of Holy Light United Holy Church, Tabor
City; Bishop Geraldine Bailey of True Way
Holiness Church, Raleigh; Rev. Frank Odell Hanes
of Ambassador- Cathedral; Evangelist ' Lessie "
Williams of Church of God of Prophecy; Elder
' William A. Davis Sn of Mt. Sinai Holy Church,
i Burgaw; and Mrs. Howell of Scotts Grove United
Holy Church, Apex. x ,
Senior Citizens at Northside 1
The Senior Citizens of Northside Baptist Church,
1239 Berkeley St., were honored Sunday, July 18.
They were given dinner at Morrisons. Program
participants , were Ms. Amelia L. Harper, Ms.
Gamaliel Pfetty and Rev. C. R. Mitchell, pastor,
Floral Board Anniversary .
The Floral Board of Oak Grove Free Will Baptist
Church, 801 Colfax St., will observe its Anniver
sary, Sunday, July 25 at 6 p.m. ; Rev. J, R. Crews,
associate minister, Fisher Memorial United Holy
Church, will preach.
Women's Day at Pinsy Grove
Women's Day will be observed at Piney Grove
Baptist Church, Sunday, July 25 at 1 1 a.m. Mrs.
Addie C. Howard will speak.
; Mrs. Howard is a member of White Rock Baptist
Church. She has taught Cosmetology in the public
school system and is now self employed at Egavac
-Wig & Variety..Shopl:.iiiAi:.i.
She is also chairman of the Community Recrea
tion Program. She is a former member ot toenezer
Baptist Church taught Sunday School, served as
president of the B.T.U., Woman's Day Captain
and Mother of the Year in 1970.
She is married to Dr. Edward L. Howard, pastor
of Piney Grove. They are the parents of four
children. . ; . '
7th Versatile Crusaders Anniversary ;
The Versatile Crusaders of " Mount Calvary
United Church of Christ, 1715 Athens Ave., will
celebrate its 7th Anniversary, Sunday, July 25 at 3
p.m. Guests will be the Choraleers of Greater St.
Paul and the United Gospel Singers of Ringers.
Bell-Yeager Senior Choir Anniversary
The Senior Choir of Bell-Yeager Freewill Baptist
Church, 128 E. Cornwallis Rd., will observe its 8th
Anniversary, Sunday, July 25 at 3 p.m. Appearing
will be the Heaven Light Singers of Jesus House of
Prayer, St. Mark Male Chorus and Supreme Jr.
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The annual Oratorical Contest was "held at Mount
Calvary United Church of Christ on Sunday, July 11.
Christopher Bullock of Henderson Grove Baptist Church
received his first place award from Mrs. Mary Vanhook,
director. Bullock will enter the State UShers Contest in
Fayetteville, August 6-8. v
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Other winners (left to right) are fourth place winner !
Gregory Ceres of Peace Missionary Baptist Church; se
cond place winner Andrew Neal of Covenant United
Presbyterian Church; and third place winner James
Turner of Henderson Grove Baptist Church.
; St. Mark Choir In Concert
. The nationally acclaimed St. Mark's AME Zion
Church Choir will perform in concert, Sunday, July
25 at 4 p.m. The 50-plus member choir has made,
many guests appearances around the country.
Their guest' appearances include Duke Chapel;
Mobile, Alabama; Ohio; Chicago; Pensacola, Fla.;
New York; Miami, Fla. and Baltimore, Md. among
Ms. Tara Pines is president of the choir; Ms.
Theresa Watkins, first vice-president; Joe E.
(From left to right) Jeffery Day, President, Junior
Ushers of Durham Ushers Union; Miss DeCarla Brown, a
student at A&T State University and Judge; Miss Gwen
Crews, teacher at Watts St. Elementary School and
Judge; Mrs. Mary Vanhook, director of the contest;
Gregory Ceres; Andrew Neal; James Turner; Mrs. Bar
bara Parker, teacher at Southern High School and Judge;
and Mrs. Glenda Williams, teacher at R. N. Harris
Elementary School and Judge.
Nuchurch second vice-president; Mrs. Dorothy
Criss, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Jones and Mrs. Virginia
Green, assistant secretaries; and Mrs. Dorothy
Minister of music is Mrs. Cora Hunter; Mrs, Bar
bara Daniels is director; Mrs. Gloria Stevens,
Guest organist for the Sunday concert will be
Henri Sexton, organist and choir master of St.
Albans Congregational Church, New York.
DEATHS AND FUNERAL SERVICES
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Graveside rites for Sgt.
Leon' Richardson. 32, who
died Saturday, July 10 inv
were held Saturday, July
17 at Harris Family
Cemetery.- Rougemont, by
He served in the Vietnam .
Conflict as a member of the
United States Army. He ;
received the National :
Defense Service Medal,
Good Conduct Medal, and
Armed Forces Expedition
. Surviving are his mother,
Mrs. Ila Harris Richardson
of Long Island. N Y.; six
sisters. Mrs. Doris Prouty
of Clouchester. Mass..
Mrs . Carol Lewis ," M rs ; Vi-.
vian Martin.1 Mrs. Laur.en
Johnson, Ms. Brenda
. Richardson and Ms. Cathy (
Richardson, all of New .
York. New York: four.
brothers, James Richard
son, Charles Richardson
and Robert Richardson, all
of New York, New York,
and David Richardson of
Arrangements w.ere by
Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incorporated.
Mrs. Julia Mae McKoy,
Mrs. Osie Johnson and
Evangelist Edna Horton,
and Evangelist LenaR. Dar
risaw of Abbeville, Ala.;
eight grandchildren; five
Carolyn R. Corbett of
Greensboro, Mrs. Minnie
F. Adams, of Silver Spring.
Md. and Miss Sarah L.
Rogers of Raleigh; two
sons, Samuel Rogers Jr.
Funeral services for Rev
Howard Z. McBroom of
1208 Ivy St.. who died
Thursday, July 15. were
held Wednesday. July 21 at ; Grove
New Bethel Baptist Church
by Dr.'L. W. Reid. Burial
was in Glennview Memorial
Surviving are his wife.
Mrs. Donnella McBroom;
, two daughters. . Mrs.
Loraine Thorp and Mrs. Ella
L. Johnson; one son.
Howard McBroom Jr.; his
mother. Mrs. Ella
McBroom; four sisters,
Funeral services for
Samuel ''Sam" Rogers
Sr.. of Rt. 5. Baptist Rd..
who died Sunday. July 18
at home, were held Thurs
day,- July 22 at Rogers
Baptist unurcn oy
and Freddie B. Rogers; 11 r.
Courtesy of Scarborough !
& Hargett Memorial
Chapels and Gardens.
ALSTON , '
John Anthony "Spunky"' j
Alston of 4611 High!
Meadow Rd., died Monday, '
Ushers Anniversary at Mt. Gilead
The Ushers' Anniversary of Mount Gilead Bap
tist Church, 404 Dowd St., will be observed Sun
day, July 25 at 4 p.m. Rev. J. R. Burt, pastor,
Mount Zion Baptist Church, Chatham County, will
Revival Services at Shiloh
' Revival Services will be held at Shiloh Baptist
Church, Morrisville, July 26 30. Rev. Norman
Davis, pastor, Bazzel Greek Baptist Church, will be
the evangelist for he week.
Pride of Joy Anniversary
The Pride of Joy Chapter 579 O. E. Star, will
celebrate its 20th Anniversary, Sunday, July 25 at
Mount Vernon Baptist Church, 1006 S. Roxboro
St. at 6 p.m. A v
Raleigh. daughters; one brother;
Surviving are his wife, one sister.
Ms. Aqila Sharif: two
Rev. D. 0. Parrish and Rev, July 19 at home. f Funeral
P. R. Jones. Burial was in arrangements were in-
the family cemetery.
He was a member of
Rogers Grove Baptst
Church. - - 1 ;
Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Minnie P. Rogers; five
daughters. Miss Eva M.
Rogers and Mrs. Betty
Grooms, both of
Washington. D. C. Mrs.
complete at press time.
Courtesy of Scarborough
& Hargett Memorial
Chapels and Gardens.
Graveside rites for Hus
sain Yacub Sharif of 412
W?on St.. were held at
National - Cemetery.
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ST. JOSEPH'S AME
Striving For Liberation and Freedom With
Jesus Christ Since 1869
2521 Fayetteville Street. Durham. NC
W.W.Easley. Jr.. Minister
SUNDAY. JULY 25. 1982
' 8:00 A.M. Worship Service .
' 9:30 . A.M. ' . Sunday School ,
11:C0 A.M. ' Regular Worship
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, DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA 27707
SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1982
CHARLES CLINTON SPAULDING
9:30 A.M. Church School
10:55 A.M. Worship
Address Mr. John S. Slewarl, Trustee
financial Consultant, and former President
Mutual Savings and Loan Association;
: Senior Choir leading the singing
i . .... Mr-Joh" H. Gattls, Organist
Junior Ushers ushering
Refreshments and Fellowshin in ih
" a.m. worsh n hv
the Senior Choir.
Sunday Nursery provided for
during the 10:55 a.m. Worship.