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. , ; Lyon Park Rose Garden Club
' . The Lyon Park Rose Garden aub held its first I
, meeting of the year Saturday, September 11, at the '
" . , ; Recreation Center. Mrs. Margaret Milligan led the
1 1 ' devotion. Committee; reports were heard. Mrs. I
. . M.W; Webb, the president, presented an agenda
''.":."". . "forthc c'ub for the yea?, listing events in which the
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Two members of the! club were deceased during
the past year, Mrs. Fannie Tapp and' Miss Alene
Members present for the meeting were Mesdames
Celestine Cunningham, Sophronia Green, Mary '
Hardy, Mable Wilkcrson, Mary Sue Coward,
Louise Bank, Sadie Chambers, Margaret Milliean'''
Mattie R. Canty. :
The next meeting will with Mrs. .Webb, 1209
Rosedale, on October 9. i.
Bridge Winners A .' ''-
College View Duplicate Bridge Club reports the
following winners for September 9: First place-Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Norris; tied for second and third
place-Mrs. Ruth Betts and Mrs. Constance Patillo,
Mrs. Theressa Jeffries " and Wiley Hammonds; ;
fourth place-Fred McNeill and Mrs. Dorothy
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. King, Sr., of Wayne Circle,
Durham, announce the engagement of their daughter,
Sharon Lynn King to Joe J. Owens, Jr., son of Mr, and
Mrs. Joe Jessie Owens, Sr., of Union Springs, Alabama.
Vows will be exchanged on Saturday, October 16, at
Saint Joseph's AME Church, Durham.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Howard University and
Tuskegee Institute of Veterinary Medicine. She is
employed at Needham Animal Hospital, Needham, Mass,
She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her
fiance is a graduate of Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee,
Alabama. He is employed at Digital Equipment Corpora
tion, Boston, Mass.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1332-THE CAM UNA TIKEJf
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Miss Sharon L. Kinj;
Northern Named PR, Director
Durham Notes Of Interest
By Mrs. Sytqiner Daye
Mrs. Annie Burton of Silver Spring, Md., spent
several days with her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Emer
son Burton in Durham recently.
Happy birthday anniversary to Mrs. Ruth Ed
wards, Little Miss Kathy White, Masters Michael
.Monds and Kevin Jermaine Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. McDuffie Turrentine and family of
Washington, D.C., James Xutfcntine of Virginia
and Mrs. Shirley Bryant of Washington, D.C., have
returned home after spending'a long weekend with
their mother, Mrs. Jessie Turrentine.
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Wingfield who recently
married, spent their honeymoon in Pennsylvania. .
On their way back, they spent some time with his
parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Harry Wingfield, and
" broiher DarrtrS IrKJttenWnaitftaittr
Mrs. Margaret J. Parker and aunt, Miss Vivian
Parker in Bahama; ' "
The couple will' reside in Greenville.
Happy third anniversary to Mrs. Juliette Shipley
and husband. ,
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The Male Chorus of New Red Mountain Baptist.
Church observed its 29th anniversary Sunday after
noon, September 12v
Singers were: The Senior Choir of the church,
Mount Calvairy Baptist Male Chorus, Red Moun
tain Gospel Chorus, Mount blive Gospel Chorus,
Bright Moon Quartet, Taliho Chorus, Shady Hill
Male Chorus, True Lights, Goldenaires, New Har
,ris -Grove, Siloam Singers, Male Chorus of New
Others on program were Rev. Clifton Bullock,
Rev. Cureton Johnson, pastor; Rev. McCoy
Bullock and Burnice Parker, president
Congratulations to all college graduates. From
this immediate community:. Misses Tonita
Lipscomb, Jacquelyn Clay, Jackie Overby, Paula
Clay, Pamela Overby, Wanda Williams, Donna
Glover, Phyllis White Timberlake, Sharon Daye,
Joan Scoggins; Edward Lee, Bennie Umstead, John '
Davis of Chapel Hill; Misses Vivica Wririgfield of '
Greensboro and Tammy Judd.
Congratulations andbest wishes to. newtyweds
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Holeman.
Please pray for the sjekfand shut-ins; Mesdames
Georgianna Ray, jrtattie Parrish, Julia Attn Harris,
-amnbe Mi dred JNea Annie LiDseomtr wade.
Nannie Toeran, Mildred Neal, L'uttie Lipsey,
Velma Robinson, Willie Rhodes, Cahdice Moore,
Alyce Roberts, Annie Roberts, Lizzie Holeman, C.
Messers. W.A. Harris, Ervin Lyonls, Earnest
Mangum Sr., Joseph Wade,, Broadie Daye, Judge
Jack Parker. .
Va Ms. Deborah L.
-Northern of Warsaw,
Va. has been named
Public Relations Direc
tor at Saint Paul's Col
lege. Northern cpmes to
Saint Paul's from - the
Iowa City Press Citizen,
where she was a sport
swriter, she received her
master's degree from the
University of Iowa, Iowa
City, I A and herv B.A.
degree from Longwood
College, Farmville, Va.
While at the Universi
ty of Iowa, Northern
served as graduate assis
tant in the women's
sport's information of
fice. She was a student
assistant in the
Longwood public affairs
apd . sports information
mtrWade, ,.At Longwood, she-
Beard, Michael (Lunsford, Rev
Sincere sympathy to the Teasley family arid to the
families of Mrs. Henretta Clegg, Mrs. Daisy Grace,
Bennie Edwards, Mrs. Cora Bell Hayes, Mrs. Mary
Johnson, Dave Thompson, Ms. Willie Mae
Daniels, Mrs. Mary White, Clyde' Cates, Mrst
Nellie Franklin, Mrs. Roxenna'HolIoway, Bennie
Shaw, Mrs. Viola Smith!, Mrs. Maggie Jones, Ralph
Unllnmnii I ..vr.f on4 klfrt A Drmi.n InVincnn'
nununav, i. vuiiy auu iviu. n. uivnii juiiiiwhi
Sunday School Class Honors
Members of the Martha E. Graham Sunday
School Class of the West Durham Baptist Church
recently honored Miss Mary Louise Stephens who is
teacher of the class with a program and a reception
in the church. ,m !
Miss Stephens, who has taught the class for ?
number of years, was presented a money tree as v
gift-- . v-'-1;
Miss Stephens also taught in the public school
system and among those on program was a student
that was taught by her in earlier years, Mrs. Julia T.
Freeland. Others on the program: Sunday School
Class members, co-workers in school, including'
teachers and principals, namely F.G. Burnett and
J.M. Schooler, Sr.; F.H. Alston was a stand-in for
his wife, Mrs. Mamic Alston; Mrs. Doris L. Red
drick from the Garden Club; Wallace Hinton,
president of the Senior Choir of First Calvary Bap
tist Church. '
Mrs. Margaret S. Fuller, sister, and Miss Monica
Jackson, niece, represented the family. Mrs.
Vlargaret Allen and the Lorette Singers were close
Yiends of the honoree. Mrs. Lillie J. Kelly rendered
wo solos that were very appropriaterdr the occa-
ion. More remarks were given byV(.L. McAuley,
leacon; Mrs. Sally Graham, general superintendent
f the Sunday School; Mrs. Flossie Ewing, i the
ssistant teacher of the class; Rev: Harold J. Cobb,
. ir., pastor; Mrs. Annie Lee Banks quoted an ap-
ropriate portion of scripture; and Mrs. Clara J.
lowling, one of the class members who was present
men the class was organized.
; Mrs Josie J. Powell was chairman of the event;
iri Julia ,T. Freeland was co-chairman. Mrs.
lary T. Horton is class president. , ' ,
. . Mother's Surprise Party
' - A surprise birthday' party for Mrs: Geo Williams
m given at the home of her daughter and son-in-aw,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laster, of Orinda Drive,
Durham, on Sunday, September 12. ! '
. Mrs. Williams was surprised by her children, 1
Mrs. Ruby Laster of Durham; Mrs. Vefmel Bacote;
f Washington, D.C.; Kelly Williams, Mrs. Hazel
fones, and Mrs. Henrietta Michell, all of Durham; .
lix grandchildren, Odis Williams, Mrs. 'Beverly
Morgan, Shwanta Williams, Soyna Ellis, Sheyvon
Mitchell, and Sherri Ellisone great granddaughter,
The family had a dinner and party for other
relatives and friends also attending.
Brunch Club ;
The Saturday Morning Brunch Club me
September 1 1 at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Walker.
Mrs. penevieve Rogers presided. During the discus
sion, an all-day trip was planned to Lightfoot.i
Virginia on October 16. Brunch was served.
Members present were: Mmes. Genevieve
Rogers, Sadie Chambers, Beatrice Holman, Pansy
Leathers, Aline Davis, Elnora Ransom, Rozetta
Cobb, Myrtle Walker. Guest was Mrs. Dorothy
Perry of Kinston. '
Pays Tribute To Grandparents
Hillhaven-Orange Nursing Center joined the rest
of the nation in paying tribute to grandparents all
over America. This national holiday is not only for
biological grandparents,, but for adopted grand
parents as well. It is a day specially designed to br
ing families together and to encourage visitation of
elderly, confined persons. i ; v j
i The celebration at Hillhave-Orange, which took
place on Sunday, Sept. 12, was quite festive. Pa
tients, families and volunteers joined to enjoy this
special day. : ' '
Several of me residents at the Nursing Center
were featured as models during an early afternoon
fashion show. Coordinated by Mrs. Murial
Wangler of Eden, the fashion show displayed
cothing designed to. meet the special needs of
physically disabled individuals.
After the fashion showk, Grandparents' Day
Celebration guests were treated to a display featur-
ing antique articles. Included among the articles
were a 100 year old sun bonnet, on loan from Mrs. :
Albert Tew of Haw River, and a 75 year old dough
bowl, on loan from Mrs. Violet Brooks of Mebane. ,
Candles, a fund-raising project sponsored by the
Resident's Council Steering Committee, and hand
made crafts were also offered for sale.
' Afternoon activities were centered around the
featured speaker," Mrs. V Marion ' Smith of
Greensboro, who provided an inspirational message;
which followed a hymn sing-a-long.
, Residents and their families were also treated to a
moving presentation of gospel music by Rod :Mer
ritt of Arapahoe. He is a freshmafi at Ndrth
Carolina Central University,- i 1
Awards were presented to participating residents.
editor and snorts editor
of the; ' studen
newspaper, and was
named to Who's Who In
American Colleges and
Northern is a member
of College Sports Infor
mation -Directors of
America (COSIDA) and
an associate member of
Public Relations Society
of America (PRSA).
Dr. Dallas Simmons,
President of Saint Paul's
College, said that a com
petent Public Relations
Office was vital to the
"I am pleased that
Ms. Northern has joined
our staff," Simmons
SaitatJPauPs College is
an .Episcppal Church
related, 4 year, fully ac
institution ' V ..
Even though the prices
of other vegetables go up
and down, the price of
carrots stays reasonable
throughout most of the
Their deep yellow col
or indicates that they are
an especially good source
of vitamin A, according
to specialists with the
They also contain
other nutrients in lesser
amounts and are low in
calories. One-half cup of
cooked carrots contains
only 24 calories.
When buying carrots,
look for ones that are
firm, crisp, smooth,
clean and without sur
Carrots can be used as
an appetizer in soup or
juice; as an entree in,
stews, souffles or meat .
loaf; as a vegetable,
either stewed, creamed
or glazed; or in salads as
fa part of coleslaw, in a ,
relish tray, or grated
with pineapple and
raisins. - .
They are also good in
quick breads and in such ,'.
desserts as spiced pud-'
dings, pie, cake, cookies .
or custard. j
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