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IB -THE CAI9 "ik TUtR SATURDAY, SEFT1NBE1 II. 1982
Allen And Penny Exchange Vows
Miss Edith Maria Allen and Charles Wi Penny
were married in a double ring ceremony on Satur--day,
August 28, at White Rock Baptist Church in
Durham. Dr. Miles Mark Fisher, IV ; of :
Washington, D.C., officiated. ,.' '
Musicians were John H. Gattis, 'organist; Mrs.
Marsha G. Kce, Howard HagglerV. Jr. r and An-A
thony Allen Green, soloists. v A; . 1 1 i
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mm. Ellis L.
Allen of Durham. She is a graduated North
Carolina Central University and is a member of the.
Durham Alumnae Chapter, of Delta SigmaxThcta
Sorority, Inc. Prior to the wedding. Miss Alien was
admission counselor at St, Augustine's College in ;
Raleigh. . ..... '
Mr. and Mrs. Necho Penny of Fayettevitle jire, :
parents of the bridegroom. He is a cumvlaudej,
graduate of North Carolina Central University and
is a master's degree candidate at the University 'of
North Carolina. He is assistant to the city manager
of Morganton. ,, -''-TV
Given in marriage by her father, the bndtf wort
an ivory gown of silk organza pith a bodjce of re- j
embroidered Alencon lace and pearjs The English
net sleeves, appliquea, with Alenqddl face motifs ;
were overlaid with organza bisliop sleeves fastened
at the wrists with cuffs of jAlencoh lace. The full :
skirt, edged with 9 crystal' pleated organza 1 ruffle '
and Alencon lace extended int a chapeVtta!nHer; f
cathedral length veil of illusion was attached to a
cap of matching re-embroidered Alencon lace and
pearls. She carried a , cascade' bouquet of peach
roses, daisies, gypsophila, baby's breath and acym- , t
bidum orchid. . .... v . .,; ' .
The attendants wore gowns of peach chiffon With
a draped neckline. The full skirt was accented with"
a peplum and satin ribbon sash. They carried a bou
quet of daisies, peach carnations arid baby's breath...
The headdresses were half wreaths of silk flowers. s
The maid of honor was Miss Gail Childers 6f-'
Silver Serine. Md. Bridesmaids were Mses. Vanessa
Bryant and Madline Penny of Fayetteville; Annette
Bowdon of Raleigh; Rhonda fisher
Orleans. La.; Sharon Gray of Richmond
Junior bridesmaids were Sharon Green and pHf
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Chapel Hill was the flower girl. The gowns of the
junior bridesmaids and flower girl were of delicate
ly printed peach organza with satin ribbon sashes.
Michael Q: Parker of Charlotte was best man.
Groomsmen were Reubin Young and Nelson Britt
of Raleigh; James Crawford, Adonis Geralds and
Joseph Johnson of Fayetteville, Arthur Phinx, Jr.,
Winston-Salem; Tarnaz Green of Atlanta, Ga.
Ushers were Bruce Alan Lee of Durham and
Edgar Penny of Fayetteville. Junior groomsmen
were Kevin T. Bryan of Fayetteville and Stephen
Gilmore df Durham. Ronald O. Stephens of Fayet
teville was ring bearer.
The parents of the bride were hosts at the recep
tioiMn the fellowship hall immediately following
the wedding. Mrs. Edith Johnson, the bride's god
mother, introduced the guests. Hostesses at the
wedding and reception were Mesdames Yvonne J.
Fisher, Lu Ann Edmonds-Harris, Grace Justice,
Janet B. Kennell, Evelyn Thorpe; Misses Lisa
Green, Apryl Gilmore, Joy Nevels, Eunice O'Neal,
Jacqueline Phinx, Kathey Richardson and Ivy
Scott. Mrs. Rosa Torrey of Fayetteville, the
groom's godmother, directed the wedding. : t
The bride and groom entertained friends at a par
ty held in the Triangle Room at the Ramada Inn
following the reception, .
The groom's family hosted an after rehearsal din
ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Garrett
Cecil Street. On Saturday morning, Mr. and
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Birthday Celebration ?
Ms. MarVeniaPa'e Celebrated her birthday an
niversary on September 10 with a fish fry at her
home given by relatives and friends.
Ms. Page resides on Liberty St., with her
, children, Mia, Tisa and Ja'mon. Some of the guests
. present were her ; mother, Mrs. Doris J.' Page;
brother, Xavier D. Page, Paquitia Page, Carlos
Morris, Mrs. Lois Hester, Ms; Jean Hester, Larry "
Jones, Ms. Joan Lassiter, Kendrick Lassiter, Mr.r
and Mrs. James Horton, Alecia Perry, Thomas
Moehead, Ms! Cynthia Smith, Darlene Springfield, ;
, Mrs. Lizette McDuffie Mrs. Irma Holman, Jam
' mal McDuffie, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watson, Mrs.
"Aline Parker and Mrs. Zolee Coon.
R.L Speaks Achievement Club
The R.L. Speaks Achievement Oub met at the
home of Mrs. Louise Allen'Jb'n East End .Avenue,1
Sunday, Sept. 12. : ; : t
Members present were Mrs. Thomasina Shaw,
president; Mrs. Virginia Hall, Mrs. Annie Moody,
. Ms. Brenda McCorpicK, Ms. Janice James, Mrs.
Almita SumpteF. , Following the business meeting,
dinner was served and the hostess was thanked by
: Mrs. Sumpter. Mrs. Almira Sumpter celebrated her
: birthday anniversary last week. i u i .
Theressa Hunter Fez Club '
1 he Theressa Hunter Fez Club held its September -meeting
at the Bull City Lodge recently. Mrs. Jessie
Nunn, president, presided. Mrs. Mary Davis and :
Leslie Hilliard gave delegates reports of the Grand
Lodge Convention held in Washington, D.C. ; ;:
August 14-20. . I:
Plans for the local anniversarv srhprtnlpft for Or. '
i uc zia isisereues unaer me auspices or .aia. tober 7at the Lodge, were discussed.
Zafa Debutante Ball
Set For 1983
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-pointed the first Zafa Debutante Committee at its
September, 1982 meeting. -
The Zafa Debutante Ball was set for April 1 983 at
which time young ladies who are juniors or seniors
or college freshmen, of any high school or college,
ages 17-19, will be presented to society.
Persons having knowledge of any young lady
. wishing to be presented in April, should nass to the
committee or any daughter or noble of Zafa Tem
ple, the name and address of the young lady and
also name and address of her parents or guardian.
Letters of information, applications and criteria
will be : mailed to each young lady and her
parentsguardian upon receipt of her name. Several
clinics, forums and activities will take place
ipreceeding the preparing the young lady, her escort
and parents for the wondrous occasion.
The Zafa Isiserettes appointed through Dt.
Rosalee Sharpe, director; Dt. Louise Weeks, co-f
iixector; and Noble John Riley, advisor.
Contact Dt. Alice M. Davis, 682-2278, for fur
Members in attendance were Alleen Brown. Flora
Bowens, Lebbie Bumpass, Ann Coffey, Mary.
Davis, Olean Davis, Minnie T. Forte, Willie M.
Harris, Leslie Hilliard, Ethel . Hopkins, Jessie
Nunn, Melvin Parker, George Roberts, Annie B.
Scott, Violet Stallsworth, Charlie Tomlin and Nan
nie Tomlin. ' "
White Rose Circle Club
The White Rose Circle Club of St. Mark AME
Zion Church held its picnic and. a weight rally
Saturday, Sept. 1 1 , at the hofne of Mr. and Mrs. G.
Thompson on Cook Road. A prize was given to
Mrs. Debbie Tinner for weighing the least and a
prize to Madison McDonald for weighing the most.
Guests were: Mmes. Annie Perry, Fidelia
Brooks, Servater Evans, Juanita W., Taylor, Elsie
Strudwick, Sarah Cameron, Mamie H. Burrell,
Lorena Ashford, Arabella Herndon; Mr. and Mrs. ;
Madison McDonald, W.G. Thompson,, Tony Har
ris, Ms. Valeria Smith, James Willis, Mr. and Mrs. '
Christopher Tinner of Boston, Mass. '--p .
Mrs. W.J. Kennedy, Jr., and their family hosted a -brunch
in honor of the bride, but of town guests,
wedding attendants and relatives and friends of the
bride. The brunch was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Maceo Sloan on Otis Street. Mrs. Charlotte "
Sloan, Mrs! Margaret Goodwin and Mrs. Marsha
Kee were hostesses.' ' -i . 'tf .V
Mr. and Hrs. . Charles Blackmon hosted , a
breakfast for the groom, mejmembers of the Wed-
ding party and out of town guests at their home in v,
Oakmont , Circle. Assisting the Black rrions were t
Mrs. Carolyn I. Thornton, Miss Marilyn griffin "
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Mrs. Gertiatum on August 19. On August 21,
she was honored guest a shower' given by Susan
Thornton, Sharon Cray, Dawn Tabon, Ivy Scott
and Gail Childers at Susan THorpton's home. On
August 22, the Duchesses of Utopia, an organiza
tion of teen-age girls to which Miss Allen served as
advisor, presented gifts to her at the home of Mrs.
Edith Johnson. On August 25, the Elhconip
Cardettes showered Miss Allen at the home of Mrs.
After Wedding Breakfast
Mrs. Janet Kennell, aunt of the bride, and Mrs.
Edith Johnson were hostesses at a breakfast on
Sunday morning in honor of the bride and groom.
After breakfastthe newlyweds said goodbye to
family and friends before leaving for a honeymoon
trip to Cove Haven, Lakeville, Pennsylvania in the
The couple will live in Morganton.
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Birthday Dinner ' v
Mrs. Mary Myles and her brother and sister-in-law,
James and Margaret Myles of Virginia Beach,
Virginia, surprised their mother, Mrs." Blufard
Mvles. with a sumptuous birthdav' dinner at her
home, 509 Simmons Street on Sunday,; September w
Friends participating in the celebration with Mrs."
Myles were: Mrs. Kitty Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. C.CsJ
Smith, Mrs. Eula W. Harris, Mrs. Gladys
Washington, Mrs. Laura O'Neil, Mrs. Mamie Pret
ty, Mrs. Edna Satterfield, Mrs. Jessie Downey,
Mrs. Wiley. Bowling, and hef grandson, Anthony .
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After dinner, the guests joined in singing "happy
and Audwin Jones. x v . birthday" to the honoree and taking pictures. " s
Miss Allen was honored at showers given by 31 K Due to illness, her on,.- Willie Myles, Jr., of
Gold Line of Delta Sigma Theta at the home of, Washington D.C, was unable to attend.
By Mrs. T. Hi Kinney w
Many claim fall is the best of times. Some say fall
in Bermuda, but to each his own where. The waVes
still crash the pink sand beaches, the hibiscus still
flash their red, orange, yellow and white colors
across the rolling hills, and the stores still sell their
low-priced English woolen items to the tourists. The
Atlantic water, begins to coot, the temperatures
drop and games begin to swell.
Attorney Elvis Lewis, Jr., chairman of the Fayet
teville Metropolitan Housing Authority, has been
reappointed for another five-year term as an
authority member by Mayor Bill Hurley.
Happy birthday anniversary to Ms. Bev Sim-,
mbns, Ms. Adell Cooper, Mrs. Sarah Dutton and '
Ms. Velma Bailey.
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NAACP Members of the Membership Com
mittee invite the public to attend a floating rece r ,
tion Sunday at Emily's Restaurant, 4-6 p.m.
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Think! Color me ivory! Color me golden tan! .
Color me bright, golden yellow! Color me apricot!
Color me periwinkle blue! Just color me
"Beautiful" as I redo my wardrobe.
The Academy of Sciences urges people to eat
whole grain breads and cereals which may provide
protection against cancer of , the colon (large in
testine). V 1
September is Sickle Cell Month. Two special
events are planned for Fayetteville: The Third An- ,
nual Walk-A-Thon; a Banquet on September ?5. , : ,
.You can enjoy Joe Namath and a super cast in
"Guys And Dolls" at the Fort Bragg Playhouse. -Call
396-7555 for ticket information. -
Tours of the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh
began on Tuesday past. The Look-See is fate!
Registration for a children's drama workshop v
directed by Bo Thorp will be heft Monday at the
Little Theater. Call 323-4233.
Gymnastics for children 5 to 12' will
Tokay Recfeation Center. 488-4513
Edgewood Middle School held a coffee hour for
parents of Edgewood students
Wednesday and Thursday past, i '
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, The Fayetteville Area Association for Education
, of Yniinn Children met Monday eveninj? in the
Sears Community Room at Cross Creek Mall. The
program shared the goals of AEYC. Those who
work with young children were invited.
I The Adult Reading Program at Fayetteville Ur
ban Ministry urgently needs volunteers to tutors
Call 483-5944. ;
Homecomings were observed at Pleasant Grove
Disciple Church and Friendship Baptist Church on
St. Joseph Episcopal Church received official
documentation Sunday of acceptance by the Na
tional Register of Historical Places. The public was .
'invited to the special 11 a.m. service.
Mrs. Eldria K. Hughes, a representative of the
Interdenominational Ushers Association of North
Carolina, spoke at the eighth anniver:-., ot the
Senior Usher Board of Spring Lake Missionary
Baptist Church on Siinday afternoon.
r ' Fayetteville State University chancellor, trustees,
.faculty, staff, students and alumni will break
ground for the 480-foot broadcast tower for radio ,
iv station WFSS. Construction is scheduled for com
'" ptetion by January.
" "Youth of the Nation," a musical drama and'
: dance show, was performed by the E.E. Smith
Music and Drama Club Saturday evening at Recrea
tion Center No. 3, '
The funeral for Mrs. lola Fisher, 71, of 821 Weiss.
Avenue, was held Sunday afternoon at Rock Spr
ings AME Zion Church. She Is survived by one
sister, Mrs. Pearl Minter of Fayetteville.
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Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth White Burns
were conducted Thursday at First Baptist Church
: by Rev. James A. Ray. ,
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Funeral services for Mrs. Polly S. McNair, 53,
were incomplete at the time of this writing. ,
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