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10 THE CAECUM TIKES-SATURDAY. AUGUST 28. 1982
Dt. Mary'MyD'am'Receivei P.D.R. Honors
ut. wary m. uavis,i.t
PDR. iThrcssa Hunter -J
Fez Club. 1981 and 1982
Queen, received her Past
Grand Daughter Ruler's
Honors on August 15 at
the 83rd Grand Lodge
Convention; IBPOE of
W in Washington D.C.
Dt. Davis is a member
of Salome Temple No.
704, Durham: a pasi
assistance Vice Daughter;
Ruler; past president of
the Purple Cross Nurses
Unit 407, and the Pro
gressive Council. 5th
District; treasurer of
Thressa Hunter ; Fez
Club, the Education
Department of IBPOE
of W; (She received her
honors through the
of IBPOE of W); a
member of Drucilla
Chapter No. 19, OES,
PHAi: a member of
North Carolina Licensed'
Association, state and
national: is employed at
Duke Hospital North in
the . pediatric depart
ment; a member of Lin
coln Memmorial Baptist
Church and chairman of
the Crusade Committee;
a member of the usher,
board and chairman of
the program committee. '
She is the daughter of
Mrs. Velaria Davis of
203 East College Street
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Durham Notes Of Interest
By Mrs. Sy miner Daye
The Gospel Choir of the New Red Mountain
Baptist. Rougemont, under the direction of
Thomas Vanhook, will celebrate its first anniver
sary on Sunday, September 5, at 4 p.m., with a
musical extravaganza. Guest groups scheduled in
clude the Greater Joy: Ensemble and the Cates
Family. The public is invited. Rev. Cureton
Johnson is the pastor.
.Congratulations and best wishes to newlyweds
MV. and Mrs. Timothy Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter
Wingfield, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Earl Lennon,
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walker.
Mrs. "Roberta Lipscomb Jones of Washington,
D.C, is here visiting her mother who is a patient in
Happy birthday anniversary to William Crews
and Mrs. Zonnie Mae Hedgepeth.
Sincere sympathy is extended to the families of
Roger Dunnegan, C. Robert Clcgg, Mrs. Mary
Johnson Markham, Mrs. Mary N. Jones, Donnell
Hopson; Sherman Bass. Mrs. Rhodes and Rev.
Mr. and Mrs, Donnell Hicks,' Jr.. and family of
Syracuse, NY, have returned home after spending
several days with their parents, Mrs. Catherine"
Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Donnell Hicks, Sr., in
Please pray for the .sick and shut-in: Mesdames
Mildred Neal, Creola Campbell. Hattie Parrish.
Edna Johnson Kennedy. Pearl Foskey, Estelle Nix
' On;' MOflah'Jtiddj'EHjr-Mangum. Annie Lipscomb
Wade, Berma Dunnegan, Alyce Roberts, Willie
Rhodes, . Candice Moore, Thelma Bass, Minnie
Roberts Minnie Harris. Georgianna Ray; ;
Messers. Joseph Wade, W. A. Harris, Judge Har
ris, Graham Parker, Earnest Mangum, McNeil
Lunsford, Rev. Jack Parker, Judd Harris, Dorsey
Beard. Irvin Lyons, W.A. Harris
By Mrs. T.H.Kinney
The Pope Officers' Wives Club recently hosted a
breakfast to welcome officers' wives who are
newcomers to the base.
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The Girl Scout troops are now forming in
Cumberland County. Scouting is open to girls bet
ween rhe ages of 6 and 17. Adults of any age or sex
are: also welcome to become counselors or ;
volunteers. Call 483-0832.
grade levels. The use ot the calculator "and the
microcomputer as instructional tools was included.
Teachers attended four different workshops.
Volunteers are neea for the fourth annual
CROP Walk for Hunger October 3. Interested
congregations, clubs, and t "ups should contact
Urban Ministry at 483-5944. .
Women's Soccer League is looking for propsec
tive players - anyone over age 18. Call 868-4415 or
. Men's Volleyball begins the third week in
September. The 14 games will be played at
Edgewood Middle School on Ramsey St. Call
Flag Football - Registration runs through Sept. 9.
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Two Moore' County students have received
bachelor's degrees from Johnson CSmith Univer
sity; They are Ms.' Marier Antoinette Shields of
Southern Pines, in communication arts; and Ms.
Juanita Pearson Lloyd of Pinchurst. in social work, ;
Several families traveled to Clio, S.C. for their
annual picnic as many came from around the coun
try. They enjoyed fellowship and feast throughout
the week. Some held their family reunions on Sun-
day. ' ; ' i
The Zctas held their regular meeting on Saturday
afternoon. The. meeting was hosted bv Sorors
Wilkcrson; Walker, Williams, Worlev and
Carson Sampson and family of Brooklyn. NY.
arc visiting their North Carolina relatives and
.''friends. ;,-,.-,.,:,.,, . ':A
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' Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams vacationed in New :
Jersey last week. ' - f.;' ,' '' ,;
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Think,7you corners ilon't have to be space
wasters. Corners arc a problem. Either they are the
' worst space wasters or they become an unwelcome '
focal point, of a room,; out of scale with the walls '
, and just : being there, cmptyj; Now i hey can be -
useful. Try mini-grouping in the corner. Use a tall
. sculpture, a downlight, a tall tree, a bamboo pam,
plants. Try them! 1
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"Carnival" opens at 7 he' Bordeaux Dinner
Theater on Saturday. v
,' .Exercise may change your nutritional needs. Ac-
! live people need higher amounts of Vitamin B2. Ac
tive people need a diet with a high nutrient density
and more carbohydrates. Experts say that dairy
products arc good for providing B2.
Mr. and Mrs, Clifton McBryde announce the
engagement of their granddaughter, Regina Jo
Whitley, to James Kenneth Home, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Home of Fayetteville.
The bride-elect is a graduate of North Carolina
Central University and is a lieutenant in the Air
Force stationed at the Pentagon in Washington,
The future bridegroom is a graduate of N.C.
A&T State University. He is a captain in the Air
Force and is stationed at Andrews Air Force Base,
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The couple will be married October y.
Miss Denisc Verna Thompson, daughter of Mrs.
F.dythe Thomps.:i of Fayetteville. and Trent D.
Davis, son of M . and Mrs. M. Davis of Phoenix,
Arizona." were married August 14 in a 3 p.m.
ceremony ut Bible Way Holiness Church. The Rev.
O. !., Conyers officiated at the ceremony.
A reception was held at the Ramada Inn with the
family and friends of the couple as hosts.
The bride is a graduate of Reid Ross High School
serving in the Air Force at Elgin Air Force Base in
Florida. The bridegroom is a graduate of Mary Vale
High School in Phoenix. Arizona. He is in the Air
Force stationed al Seymour Johnson Air Force
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The couple will live in Florida.
Cumberland County Public Health Director Dr:
Jesse Williams has been chosen outstanding health
director by his colleagues across the state. Williams
was honored this weekend in Raleigh during the an
nual conference of the North Carolina Association
of County Commissioners,
He is president of the North Carolina Association
of Health Directors, an organization affiliated with
theNCACC. . - y
He, was presented the county's award for"
distinguished service. ' ' ;? , ' ,
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The local branch or the NAACP met Sundav
afternoon in the Gillespie Street branch of the
.Cumberland County Public Library. .
Approximately 400 teachers from Region IV at
tended a mathematics conference for grades K-12 at
E.E. Smith High School Thursday. r
Dr. Gloria Danlzlcr. mathematics coordinator
for Region IV, said that the conference focused on
strategics and techniques f6r teaching math at all
Spaulding Family Reunion
To Be Held This Weekend
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WILMINGTON Descendants of Benjamin
Spaulding and Edith Delphia Jacobs. Spaulding,
born in 1773 and 1786, respectively, will be
celebrating the ' East Coast ,Spaulding 1 Reunion,
August 27-29. at the Blockade Runner, Wrightsvillc
Bcacftt Activities for the' reunion include registra
tiortvFriday. August 27 ..-in the lobby of the hotel
from 12 noon until 8 p.m.; a banquet, and dance
Friday night; a picnic at Empie Park Wilmington. :
.Saturday, 'August 28;.' and Family Day and
- Homecoming; Sunday. August 29, at J I a.m. at
1 Rchobct h AM E Zion Church, Route 2. aarkton.
The descendants of the Original Ben Spaulding in
'cludc many of the present Spaiildings, Mitchells,
Moores. Blanks, . Jacobscs, Boyds, Campbells,
Webbs, 7 Grahams. Smiths,7 Shaws, ; Lennons.
McDougalls. Newells, Phifers, Youngs, and Whiles
of Bladen and Columbus counties. .
More than 300 family members have registered
for attendance."; Families - represented on the
registration, roster are from Arizona, California.
Georgia. Illinois; Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey.
New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
South' Carolina, Tennessee, Texas; Virginia.
Washington, and Washington, D.C.
Many outstanding achievements have been made
by the descendants of Benjamin Spauldingln the
fields of ' agriculture; art, business, education,,
government, law, medicine, nursing, religion and
writing: ' . . v
Reunion committee members include: Chairmen
J. Bernard Carter and Lois S. Morris; secretary,
Adrena Carter; registration, Juanita Corbin, Alma
Lennon and Marie Spaulding; transportation. Dr.
H.M." Hargrave and John Smith; budget, John
McAdams and Adrena Carter; program, Lois Mor
ris, Geneva Wade and Otelia McAdams; family pic
nic, E. A. Corbin, Otelia McAdams,. Lois Morris
and Linda Spaulding; banquet, Mattie Spaulding,
Lydia Moore and Bonnie Smith; dance, Raymond
Pride of Joy Chapter 579 Order of Eastern Star
will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, September
2 at 7:30 p.m.. at the Shiloh Community Center,
The Junior Choir of Shiloh Baptist Churchwill
observe its anniversary on Sunday, September 5 at 3
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Morris and Leon Spaulding; souvenirs; Sandra '
Hughes and Carolyn Forte; publication. Martha
Faison. Etta'Goins, John Spaulding. Alma Len,non
' and ' Lucille Williams; hospitality, Altcrbcrry , :
Moore, Leon Spaulding; Beulah Hargrave, Iris S.
Davis, Otelia McAdams. Bcnnye Davjs and
"Carorietn C Chest nul; publicity. T: Caronell' CTJi
Chestnut, Bernard Carter and John A. Spaulding:
program cover design, Trcmcl Faison and E.A.
Corbin. - . .
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