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14-THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, CCTC.3ER 9. 1982
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Couple Renews Vows
Mr. and . Mrs. . John
William Landis of Route
I, : Creedrnoor, com
memorated their 25th
with a vow renewal
ceremony at Rock Spring
Baptist Church on Sept.
The Rev.- Joe Nathan
Brown officiated at the
single ring ceremony. r
, Mrs. Landis is the
former Mabel McCoy,
and is the daughter of ,
Bishop and Mrs. Samuel
McCoy of Durham.
:hapel train. A veil of il
lusion complemented her
Camelot cap trimmed
with silk Venice 'ace.
The bride carried her
father's Bible topped
with an orchid. ? . '
' Matron of honor was
Mrs? Janice ; Miller of
Baltimore Md., sister of
:he bride. The maid of
honor was Miss Sylvia
Landis, daughter of the '
Also attending the
bride were 1 Mrs. Agnes
Maske of Badin, . Miss
Vivian r McCoy f oi
The groom is the son Durham. ; Mrs. LiUian
of Mrs. Bertha Mangum MeCnv of Durham, and
of v the
PRESENT $8000 CHECK Officials or the
Daughters of Isis, Auxiliary to thAShriners
(AEAONMS), join representatives of the American
Cancer Society at the Order's recent convention in
Denver, Colorado, after ceremony in which the
Daughters presented the ACS with $8,000 for
cancer control work among black Americans. Left
to right are: Mrs Betty B. Parham, Deputy Im-
Lillie McDade Circle
The Lillie McDade Circle met at the home of
Mrs. Nancy Cameron on Otis Street on Saturday,
Following a devotional opening, the importance
of good; stewardship was emphasized by Mrs.
Rosetta Southerland, the president. Plans were
made to invite speakers and interesting groups for
future meetings. While the club will retain the third
Sunday in May as its anniversary date, meetings will
be held on the fourth Saturday in each month.
A buffet luncheon was served.
. The next fourth Saturday meeting will be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. John Washington at their home.
Commandress Ball Date Set
Zafa Court No. 41, Daughters of Isis will sponsor
a Commandress Ball, Friday, November 5, 10 p.m.,
at the Durham Civic Center. The ball is given.Mn
knnn. ( Hrr -DaUammm f Dnlnv.M 111 r. t-l.--. f
Commandress, who has served as head of the
organization since January, 1981.
Joining the Daughters of Isis in the celebration
wilrtje their affiliate group, Zafa Temple No. 176,
Prince Hall Shriners.
Mrs. Minerva T. . Fields, immediate , past Il
lustrious Commandress is chairman of the ball.
Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Fields at
596-6002 or Mrs. Constantine Lyon at 544-7444
after 6 p.m.
A&T Chancellor To Speak
, To Local Aggies
The local "Aggie Club" and the Durham
Chapter of the N.C. A&T Alumni Association will
sponsor an "Evening With The Chancellor", Dr.
Edward Fort, on Friday, October 15 at 7 p.m., in
the Downtowner Motor Inn.
The program will consist of a dinner and speech
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lunuwcu oy a question ana answer perioa. i icKets
are $10 and may be obtained by calling 682-6767 or
Better HomesGardens Club
The first meeting of the Better Homes and
Gardens Club for 1982-83 was hosted by Mrs. Rosa
Program chairman Mrs. Beulah Hill presented
proposed activites for the year and reported on the
organization of a junior garden club. Mmes. Hill,
Ella Floyd, Annie Creen and Ella Brown, are coor
dinators for the junior club. .
Mrs. Ella Brown, president of the club, gave a
itpwu mi 1 1 iv: V.UIIV17HIIUI1 aim ivirs. ncicn Drown
presented the treasurer's report. Three new
members were welcomed. They arc Mmes. Doris
Burton, Lois Henderson and Margaret Trice. Mrs.
I.cnora Hooker has returned to membership follow
ing a leave of absence. ' tl
Birthday honors went to Mrs. Louise Jenkins.
A repast was served.
Other members present were Mmes. Mablc
Bryant, Alberta Harris, Thomascnia Shaw, Martha
Dalton, Patricia Tillcy, Catherine Page, Frances
Watson, Gladys Dawkins and Carrie Vcrccn.
, Thrifty Service Club
The Thrifty Service Club met in the home of Mrs.
Aldcna Mcbanc on Prcw Street recently in obser
vance of Mrs. Mebanc's and Mrs. Mrs. Annie I...
Alston's birthdatcs. - v ""
The picnic committee was praised and thanked
for its successful tvent held Sept. 4 at Murdock5
Center, for the residents and staff of Edgcwood
Special love gifts were presented to Mrs. Mcbanc,
who suffered an accident prior to the meeting, by
Mrs. Mary Vanhook. x '
Members ' attending were 'Mesdames I.illic
Adams, Alice Wilstn, Mae R. Core, Willie Mac
Jones, Minnie H.! Cromartie Genevieve Rogers,
Aline Davis,. Elizabeth Edwards, Mattie Jones, S.
Louise Thompson. . Pearlie Walker, Beatrice
Holman, Elnora E. Ransom, Marie McMillan,
Bessie Pratt. Chjistine Sales. Aldcna Mcbanc, Anr
nie I.. Alston, and Milie I..- Williams.;;
Friendly Ladies Meet
The Friendly Ladies "Club, met on Sundav, Oc- 1
tobcr 3, at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards,
with .Mrs. Viola G. Thompson as co-hostess.
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rion were uistuNMTU lor ine . urisimas aciiviiies.
A repast was served.
Members present were: Mmes. Evangeline Page,
a Louise Smith. Gussic Ray, Annie Cruse. Magdalinc
Llewellyn, , lola Masscy. Hastic Price. Ella .
Crawford. Myrtle Taylor, Myrtle Weeks. I.ina M.
. Hayes, Lennic Rose. Betty Green. Ella Long, Viola
. I nompson. ,
, The next meeting will be with Mrs. Masscy and
penal Directress, Department of Cancer and Lung
Disease; Mrs. Gloria J. Ramsey, Imperial Direc
tress, Mrs. Rosa Stanback, member, ACS National
Advisory Committee on Cancer in Minorities; Mrs.
Agnes Dixon, executive assistant to the ACS Senior
vice president for Medical Affairs; Mrs. Dorothy
Jenkins Scott, Imperial Commandress; and Mrs.
Alice Davis, member, ACS Advisory Committee.
RALEIGH The Garner Road YMCA will
sponsor a ten-mile Walk-A-Thon on Saturday,
November. 20, starting aMQ a.m. at the Y, 2235
Garner Road. .
First and second place awards for raising the
largest amounts of money will be made in categories
for men, women and youth.
Registration is required. Pre-registration fee is $3
prior to Walk-A-Thon Day; $4 on Saturday, Nov.
20; and $10 for a family of participants. Checks
may be made payable now to Garner Road YMCA.
For further information, contact Henry L. King,
walk director, at 833-4430.
Zafa Court Holds
Zafa Court No. 41, Daughters of Isis, held their
opening meeting for the 1982-83 year on September
26. Highlight of the meeting was a report given by
Illustrious Commandress Rebecca -Peterson on the
national convention held last summer in Denver
Colorado. The Commandress reported that 23 1
Courts answered the roll call, which represented
12,400 Daughters. : . . .
Dgt. Adeline Spaulding, Deputy of the Desert of
North Carolina, and a member of Zafa Court No.
41, received - an achievement award from th(
American Lung and Cancer Society by tiiejmperia
Court, for her work with the program. C'!" IT5
Dgt. Gladys Dawkins, director of Zafi Cotirys
Chantresses, advised that the group has been asked
to sing at the Imperial Session which will be held in
St. Louis, Missouri, in August, 1983.
Several Daughters attended the national conven
tion. The group spent two days at the World's Fair,
on their way back to Durham.
Dgt. Louise Weeks reported that Zafa Court No.
41 participated in the current Cancer Survey Pro
gram; and Dgt. Rosa Lee Sharpe, Directress of the
Isiserettes (a group of young girls 7-17 years of age)
advised that information would be forthcoming
concerning their program for the coming years.
Deltas To Meet Wednesday
The Durham Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority will hold its regular montbjy.meeting
Wednesday, October 13, in Room 146 of the Alfon
so Elder Student Union at North Carolina Centra
University at 8 p.m.
Rho Chapter Gears Up
For A nother Year
The initial meeting following the summer recess
of Rho Chapter, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.,
was held at the home of Mfs. Otelia Stewart on
Sunday, Sept. 26. Plans for the: year's activities
received top priority on the agenda. Ms. Phyllis '
Schumate, a delegate to the 53rd National Conven
tion of lota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., held in
Chicago in July, gave highlights of the Leadership '
Workshop. V '.; r
Rho Chapter of lota Phi Lambda is an organiza-;
tion of professional women who use their combined,
efforts to improve the quality of life locally and na
tionally with emphasis on service to all people,'
especially blacks. Some chapter service activities in-
elude educational tours and meals for under
privileged children; provision of food and clothing
for needy families in the Durham community. ,
Other chapter service activities include annual,
scholarship aid to worthy students and donations to ,
other worthy causes. Rho has made a contribution' j
of $500 as its second Life Membership in the-'
NAACP and a donation of $500 to the Lincoln!
Community Health Center fund.
Prior to elections, voter registration is solicited '
i ,by members through telephone calls in the Durham
community in hope of involving more citizens in...
Landis of . Creedrnoor
and the late Wiley Mc
Coy Landis, Sr. . '
A program of music
was presented by
organist Edward Riddick
and by - vocalists Mrs.
Ruth Riddick and Miss
The church was
decorated with two six
tiered candelabra, two
baskets of greenery, a
x kneeling bench,' and pew
Escorted by her
father, bride w an
organza gown tnmmea
with silk Venice 1 ace
featuring a Queen Anne
neckline and a full flow
ing skirt extendine into a
Mrs. Yvonne Landis of
The maid of honor
wore a blue gown featur
ing an elbow-leneth
cape, bne carried pom
poms with ' blue
streamers. The .matron
of honor and the bride's
other attendants wore
pink gowns in identical
design to that of the
maid of honor. They car
ried pom poms with pink
; The best man was
Truzzell ; Landis of
Creedrnoor, brother of
the groom. Ushers were
the t Rev. Coolidge Mc
Coy of Durham, brother
of the bride; Johnnie
couple; Roderick McCoy
of Durham, nephew of
the couple; Laron Maske
of Badin, nephew of the
couple: nrl Alphonso
Muter of i Baltimore,
Md., brother-in-law 6t
.Serving as flower girl
was Miss Kimberly
Maske, who wore a
gown sirnilar to those
worn by the bride's at
tendants, with long white
sleeves trimmed in lace.
The ring bearer was
Master Phillip Daniel.
The ceremony '. , was
directed by Ms. Carolyn
The bride's mother
wore a white gown ac
cented with a pink carna
tion. The mother of the
groom wore a oiue gown
and a pink carnation.
For , a trip after, the
ceremony, the bride
wore a navy blue suit ac
cented with the orchid
lifted from her Bible.
A reception was held
the ceremony in the
church Fellowship Hall.
The table was centered
with an arrangement of
late summer flowers.
The wedding cake
featured pink and tblue
After the rehearsal,
the couple entertained
the wedding party .and
out-of-town guests with
dinner at their home. V
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Irs. Otclia Stewart is president of Rho Chapter.
Daughters Of Dorcas ; I Ii
Irs. Maggie Henrv was hostess to the October
meeting of the Daughters of Dorcas. jt ;t
Mrs. Johnnie McLcster. the vice president, open-'
cd thejnecting with a devotional reading entitled
"The Roads To God'? by O. Lee Avery. Mrs. Ada :
. Leach rendered the prayer. ;
During this Tinal meeting of 1982. the program
for 1983 was discussed, planned and voted on.
Members decided to adopt another needy family
this year to share their Christmas.. ' , ,
The next club meeting will be held the first Friday
in March, 1983. with Mrs. Lillie Hudson as Hostess.
Mrs, Loris Ray will be the speaker. '
Members present were Mesdames Rubye
McNeill, Lottie Campbell, Lillie Hudson. Lyda V.
Merrick, , Ada ; Leach, Sadie Carry and , Artclia
Bryant. ' ' '
, A repast was served.-The meeting was closed by
repeating the Daughters of Dorcas Club Mizpah .
PINTO BEANS WITH PORK
BLACKEYE PEAS WITH PORK
GREAT NORTHERN BEANS
GIANT LIMA'iS WITH PORK
NAVY BEANS WITH PORK
CROWDER PEAS WITH PORK
TURNIP GREENS WITH PORK
FIELD PEAS WITH PORK
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