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KIOS COOLING IT-L-TakinR a break in the shade this week, four youngsters slruck a Panl gjjt.
oof photographer. They! are Oefl lo rijjhl), Serika Harper, 6. 1.akesha Harper. 9, M..C nss. 5, ana Ji
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Garden Club Has Closing Picnic
, On Sunday, the West Durham Blossom, Garden
Club had its family dosing picnic for the year at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.; Henry Gunn, Jr., at 2004
Crowell Street. ' ' ;
Members and their frjends enjoyed dinner on the i
patio of the Gunn's ho(ne. Mrs. Margie Markham1
Howard, Malvin Gunnjand Herbert Harold Gunn
represented the out of tdwn guests. About fifty club
members enoyed a delidious dinner.
The opening meeting for the years will be held
September 21 at the horjie of Mrs. Gertrude Gibson
on Carroll Street. !
Mrs. Mary McClary: thanked the hosts for an:
enoyable evening. 1
Bryant Heights Community
Council Annual Dinner Held
. The Bryant Heights Community Council held its
annual summer dinner Saturday, August 14, at the
Governor's Inn. Each person selected hisher
menu. Arrangements were made by Mrs. Doris
Allison, the president. 1
Members attending 'were Mesdames Allison,
Lillie Daniels, Willier McKeithan, Ruth Fulton,
Aletha Kennedy, GweniPerry, Evelyn Joyner, Em
ma Rose, Betsy Coley,! Louise K. Davis; Messers.
Thomas Daniels, James Fulton, Lorenzo Perry,
John Joyner, Fred Daniels and J.C. Coley.
The club suspended rfcgular meetings during July
andT August. The next scheduled meeting will be on
- September 30, 7 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Emma
Rose. 2106 Baltic Avenue.
Bride-Elect Honored By
Durham NCNW '
Ms. Jo Ann Judkins, bride-to-be, was honored
oy members of the Durham Section of the. National
Council of Negro Women, August 8, with a sur- '
prise miscellaneous, shower at the home of Mrs.
Elna B. Spaulding, president of the local group.
Mrs. Viola Pindle served as chairman for the occa
sion. The outside garden setting, with a beautiful um
brella on the table, laden with gifts, awaited the
future bride. Members remained out of sight until
the honoree, brought by Ms. Dorothy Brower, ap
peared on the scene.
Ms. Judkins, who had served as publicity chair
man for the Durham Section, was overwhelmed alid
surprised. As she opened her gifts, brief remarks !
were made by Mrs. Spaulding and other members, I
including Mrs. Ada Leach who read a beautiful
poem and dedicated it to the future bride.
Interesting and informative games were also-enjoyed
by those in attendance. Lucky high scorers in- (
eluded Mrs. Winnie Leathers, first prize and second
prize, Mrs. Elva P. DeJarmon.
Other section members on Mrs. Pindle's commit
tee included Mesdames Martha Johnson, who made
the beautiful umbrella; Adeline Spaulding, Andolia
Eaton, Iva McCrae, Dorothy Brower and Beatrice
(BeBe) White. . ;
A repast was served to all. ., v
W. Durham Blossom Garden Club
" Members A ttend Raleigh Meet
Members of the West Durham Blossom Garden
dub who attended the 47th annual convention of
the Federation of Garden Clubs of North Carolina
held in Raleigh, August 1, were: Mrs. Mary' Mc
Clary, delegate; Mrs. Naomi Parker, secretary;
Miss Mary L. Stephens, president; Mrs. Gertrude
Gibson, first vice president; Mrs. Doris Reddrick,
junior garden committee; Mrs, . Margaret Fuller.,
Mrs. Daisy Gunn, Mrs. Margaret Allen and Mrs.
Virginia ackson and the Junior Gardeners, Ursula
Reddrick and Doris Rivers.
; Thrifty Service Club .
The Thrifty Service Club met in Henderson
Towers on August 14 in observance of . Mrs:
Mildred Gattis' and Mrs, Louise Thompson's bir
thdates. Mrs. Aline Davis, president, presided. The
j.ni;i uae loH hv Mr. Onevieve Rogers'. The
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picnic with the children at Butner is scheduled for
September 4 at 3 p.m. The club's fall project will be
a fashion show in November.. The specific date will
be set later.. . ' , - ' .
, Mrs. Gattis and. Mrs. Thompson . received
beautiful gifts and cards with their birthday money.
A refreshing repast was served: Mrs. Laura Thorpe
thanked the hostesses for an enoyable evening.
Members attending we're: Mesdames Aline Davis,
Mary Vanhook, Bessie Pratt Genevieve Rogers,
Mozell Flintall, Queen Cooper, Louise Thompson,
Mattie Jones, Pearlie M.i Walker, Willie M. Jones,
Irene Thompson, Mattie Jones, Pearlie M. Walker,
Irene Hall, Laura TJiorpe Minnie Cromartie, Lula
Hester, Mattie Pugh, Mildred Gattis, Pauline Box
ley, Stattie. Russ, Mabel Bryant, Rozetta Cobb,
Luna Holman, Beatrice Holman, Pauline Hart,
Milie L; Williams and Dorothy Glover. Guests
were: Mrs. Effie Thompson and Ms. Lucy Hawley.
Mrs. Lillie Adams and Mrs. Bessie Pratt will
serve as corhostesses for the August 21 meeting on
Cheek Road at 5 p.m.
Rain Didn't Stop Union :
Community Club's Picnic s
Though the rain came down the day Union Com
munity Club-tiad scheduled its picnic, the feast and
fellowship went right on. This gala affair at Duke
Park was planned by Mrs. Evelyn Sellers, social
chairman, and her committee. : . '
All of the members brought picnic baskets. .
" Guests who' joined in the festivities were: 'Dn
Lawrence E. Johnson and daughters, Selena and
" Fatima, Mrs. Cora Jackson, Mrs. Gertrude Davis,
and daughter, Brenda, grandsons, Anthony and
Harvey J.;' and Kim Leathers, granddaughter of
. Mrs. Annie L. Ashford. - " '
Members attending were: Mr. and Mrs.W.W.
Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Davis, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Gerald and daughters, Walter fT.
Blackwell, Mrs. Georgia Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
T.R. Speight, Ms. Rose B. Thomas, Mrs, Annie L,
Ashford and Mrs. Susie Walker. . :, J
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Happy Birthday Anniversary to Mrs. Jessie Mae
Smith. Mrs. G. Parker!, Ms. Olivia Foster, Mrs.
Janie Hodges and Ms. Ruth Spears.
Lt. Gen. Roscoe Robinson, Jr., a decorated
veteran of the Korean! and Vietnam Wars, will
become an Army four-jtar general. The Pentagon
announced that President Reagan nominated the
St. Louis native and grjaduate of West Point. H6
was at Fort Bragg for twp years in the late seventies.
If your children are outgrowing their clothes too
quickly, experts suggest that you use the grow
clothes, technique. They use patterns with which you
makerfhe clothes grow iri style, using rickrack or ex
tra material to change the outfit.
Speaking of styles: Experts say that the attention
getters feature lots of iiers. ruffles and flounces.
Mid-riff and off the shoulder tops join culottes,
shorts or sweeping long skirts. Also. look for the
return of the nautical look, complete with crop tops
and jackets with braid and blouses with middy col
Cumberland County 'students will go back, to
school Monday, August! 30. A. full day of classes is
scheduled then. All teachers in the county reported
on Friday. '' ;, : '
Any student who has moved into the county
system or relocated within the system since the end
of the last school term and failed to register on
August 3 may register at the appropriate school bet
ween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
Immunization records and birth certificates must
be presented for new students entering kindergarten
or the first grade. Immunization records and
transfer slips must be presented for all new students
in the second through twelfth grades.
Tom Council, a local real estate agent has been
named to the Cumberland County ' Alcoholic
Beverage Control Board.
Three new 4-H clubs have been organized here by
the Cumberland County Agricultural Extension
Service. The clubs are in the Cumberland Road
area, Anzio Acres and the Ramsey Street area.
Youth)i6-19 are eligible to join. . -'
Bruce Dantzler, V872 Cascade Street, recently
served as a page in the office of Gov. Jim Hunt in '
Raleigh. He is a senior at E.E. Smith High' School.
The Black Heritage Fine Arts Association of
Mount Sinai Baptist Church will present its first an
nual church music workshop and concert on August
21-22. The featured guest will be Ms. Edna H.
Pough, consultant, director, arranger and author
from Columbia', S.C. The workshop will be at 9
a.m. Saturday.. TheVe will be a registration fee. A
mass choir will present a concert at 5 p.m. Sunday.
The Senior Choir of Smith Chapel Free Will Bap
tist Church will celebrate its 53rd anniversary
August 22 at 3 p.m. The Rey. Michael Fuller will be
' the speaker. ' .
The Youth Ushers of St. Luke AME Church
' celebrated their anniversary on Sunday afternoon
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the Abney Chapel Drama Guild.
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Charles Fuller, an oil company distributor, will
speak ad the weekly prayer breakfast of the Fayet
teville Chapter, Full Gospel Bus.ines Men's
Fellowship International, at 7:15 a.m. Saturday at
Home s Four names uutiet, zis tastern biva.
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yOur"- house to be skip- '
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The bad part about all
'"this is that you could be
rules and not know whyi
your house is being skip-,
i ped. Workers have riioi
: procedure to inform
residents, especially ones
' at work, why the garbage
was not picked up.
, : Several months ago,
sanitation officials pro
posed a roll-but garbage
program to cut through
the garbage maze, make'
wor; a little easier tyr
the garbage crews anjd
less costly to taxpayers.,
With this method of col-
- lection, residents would,
have been provided ta;
wheeled container that ' ;
they 'would then roll to,
the curb each collection
day. At the end of the
day, residents would roll
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to their yards. Officials The Rev. W.J. Best of Greenville is conducting a
say this program could revival at Smith Chapel Free Will Baptist Church
save about $400,000 an- on Boundary Lane through August 20. Services
nually because crew sizes begin at 7:36 p.m. o'clock.
could be cut, and more
routes could be worked Sympathy is extended to the family of the late
each day. ; ; Mrs. Anna Williams.
The council turned
thumbs down on that Funeral services for Mrs. lola Crawford were
proposal but Mitchell conducted Saturday' afternoon at East Friendship
says "It would have been Baptist Church in Washington. D.C., with local ar
a better service to the rangements by Paye Funeral Home. Burial was in
community." It would Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Crawford. 63.
have made work a little of 6433 Ginger Circle, died on Monday. ?
easier for the sanitation '
crews. Mitchell also says Sympathy is extended to the family of Sgt. Al i
someone gets serious in- Patrick Lewis, 26, of Berkshire Manor Apartments,
juries such a strained
muscles at feast once per Funeral services for Donnell Livingston, Jr., IS,
week. It would have also of 1 1 10 Barwin Drive, who died in Fort Lauderdale,
: put more pressure on the Fla., were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Lejs Chapel
department to' get 'the Baptist Church. Sympathy is extended to the fami
garbage frorrt beside the ly. i
curbs. "We would have :t ,.
to pick up trash every : Sincere sympathy is extended to the members o'
day or face more com- the family of the late Mrs. Mary F. Blount,
plaints," Mitchell noted. .
If you have garbage Sincere syrripathy ' is extended to Mrs. Susie
complaints call Stovall Pugh in the death of her mother, Mrs. Susie
683-4185. Stovall. Final ritej were held last Wednesday.'
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