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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, November 06, 1982, Page 4, Image 4

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tHrwuNA UMES SAIUrtOAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1982 H1JL .TO 1 I i - "T J 1 T 0 MRS. PETERSEN Daughters of Isis To Present Commandress Ball On Friday evening,. November 5, the Purham Civic Center will be the setting for the 1982 Com mandress Ball sponsored by Zafa Court 41, Daughters of Isis. Mrs. Rebecca L. Peterson, il lustrious commandress of the organization, will be the honoree. Mrs. Petersen has served as illustrious N commandress for two years, after havihgerved as second and first lieutenant commandresses. Joining the Daughters of Isis in this gala affair will be their affiliate group, Zafa Temple 176, Prince Hall Shriners. Music will be furnished by the popular Soul Serenaders of Fayetteville. Yahama Social Club The Yahama Social CIut held its monthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Octavious Tate in Mebane on Sunday, October 24. "a Committee reports were given and plans were finalized for the club's participation in NCCU's an nual Homecoming Parade on November 6. The club will also aid a needy family for the Thanksgiv ing season. Birthday honoree for October was Roscoe Baines. The host and hostess served dinner to the follow ing members: Roscoe Baines, Zola Baines, Richard Cole, Rosalyn Cole, Robert Edwards, Rosa Ed wards, Pearl Haskins, Lauretta Hayes, James Johnson, Marjorie Johnson, Bill Moize, Marie Moize, Elizabeht Pretty, Clementine Self, Edna Thompson, Velton Thompson and Pauline Throckmorton. The next meeting will be . held on Sunday, December 5, at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. .Velton Thompson at 5 p.m. Tired of the High Cost of Records? Rent-A-Record at Nicholson Music 752 Ninth St. ;286-2672 Call Today! THE SHOE SPECIALIST SHOE REPAIR ORTHOPEDIC PRESCRIPTIONS SPORT SHOE RESOLE RETAIL BOOT SALES - SAVE! SSJ work B $1 9.99-S28.99 Cowboy Stylo Boot Wi also taw Wifcor Work Shoos A loots II I WW GOT BOOTS! "Complete Shoe Care" ALL BOOTS AT NORTH DUKE MAU 477-4121 SOUTH SQU All MALL 48WM i J. 477-3370 Durham, Notes of Interest, ic Usher Board of the New Red Mountain Baptist Church, Rouge mont, , welcomed a new member, Godfrey Laws, at its Sunday meeting on October 24. Those v present , were Oliver Bullock, president; t Lessie Daye Norman Daye, Syminer Daye, Julia Harris Robert Harris, Sr.; Rodney AUen;' James Harris, Jr., David . Harriij pale Harris, Lillian Glenn, Norman Glenn, Georgia Lyons, Virginia Kenion,- McKiever Parrish, Jessie Turrentine, secretary; Connie Bullock, Carl Harris and Jimmie . Harris. The New . Red Mountain Gospel Chorus,- the Bell-Yeager Chancel Choir and the Young Adult Choir of Orange , Grove Baptist Church ' will present a concert on Saturday evening, November 6, beginning at 7 o'clock at the New Red Mountain Baptist Church, Rougement. Rev. Cureton Johnson is the pastor. The public is invited. Happy birthday 'to Mrs. Peggy sBrandon, Ms. Gloria Frazier, T.C. Jones, Kristi Tennen, Hubert and ' Carrie Green, Miss Ruth Riley, Mrs. Pat, Moore, Mrs. Young, Lorene Hunter, Brenda and Henry Joseph, Rose Lee Smith. . s , ... v-.; " Congratulations and best wishes to newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Gregory ' Blake, . Mr. and -;, Mrs. Louis s , . Ethridge, Mil, Mr; and Mrs. Swindell Edwards.. ' ?.iV- . ";. N The R.G. Lipscomb Bible Class held its monthly meeting recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hilliard on Denfield Street. . A repast was served following a business meeting. Present were: Mesdames Ruby Overby, Corono Umstead, Rbumania Lipscomb, Mildred Neal, Syminer Daye, Olinzie Johnson, Mae Lois Penny, Tia Alexander, Marie Scoggins, Janie Evans, Nora Parker, Rachel Jones, OIlie Mae Lyons, Vivian Fuller. -; The Christmas party, has been ', scheduled for Saturday, December 11, at 7:30 p.m. Please pray for the sick and shut-. in. Do something to make them happy: Mesdames Georgianna Ray, Hattie Parrish, Priicilla Daye, Pearl Foskey, Alyce Roberts, EstelldNix on, Annie Roberts, Odell Evans, Annie L. Wade, Margaret J . Parker, Mamie Rainey, Annie Strickland, Juliann Harris, Wilma Brooks,' Creola Campbell, Dorothy Lawson, Arlene P. Hawley, Julia Jackson, Nannie. Toeran, Ella Mangum, Goldie Clayton, Ms. Rita Hedgepeth;" Messers. Carl Wallace, T.C. Green, Joseph Wade, Jural Johnson, W.A. Harris, ' Brodie Daye, Ervin Lyons, Rev.. Edward Parker. For Homecoming celebration of New Harris Grove AME Church The Little Garden Club Caring for house plants over the winter and plans for a Christmas party were the main topics of discussion when the Little Garden Club met recent ly at the home of Mrs. Annie B. Rogers on Charles Street. A repast was served. Members present were: Mmes. Myrtee Taylor, ; Mary Bridgeford, Mary Speight, Annie Rogers, Gladys Jones and Creola Tucker. s The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bridgeford. Thrifty Service Club Mrs. Minnie Cromartie's home on Rosewood Street was the setting for the October 23 meeting of the Thrifty Service Club. Mrs. Cromartie's and Mrs. Virginia Thomas' birthdates were celebrated. A menu for the annual Christmas party was decided on and three rest homes will be visited by club members on November 20. . A repast was served. Mrs. Dorothy Glover presented gifts to Mrs. Cromartie and Mrs. Thomas. Other members present were: Mesdames Louise Thompson, Elnora Ransom, Marie McMillan, Genevieve Rogers, Milie L. Williams, Irene Hall, Aline Davis, Rozetta Cobb, Bessie Pratt, Stattie Russ, Lula M. Hester, . Lillie Adams, Mary Vanhook, Pauline Boxley, Mattie Pugh, Alice Wilson, Pauline Hart, Christine Sales, Pearlie M. Walker, Elizabeth Edwards, Beatrice Holman and Queen Cooper. The last meeting of the year will be held in Union Baptist Church's fellowship hall on November 20 at 5 p.m., with Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Sales as co-hostesses. SPECIALIZING IN MANAGING AND SELLING INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Bobby Inscoe Realty Company, Inc. . Bobby L. Inscoe, Realtor ' J 626 Foster Street P.O. Box 1465 Durham, NX. 27702 ; Office: 682-0361 Home: 489-5859 ; if f Lawson's Seafood & Carry Out 2504 Fayetteville St. Now Cooking Your Favorite Seafoods Open lues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 10:30 A.M. -7 P.M. Friday: 9:30 A.M. - 8:30 P.M. Call Your Order In I Call Your Order In ij 682-7083 ' M "Community Pharmacy At It's Best" 1 McLaughlin Medical Arts Pharmacy 2520 Fayetteville St. Durham Master Charge Visa Notary laircare Ebony Book Corner Health Foods, Patient Aid? and ' Health Supports Monday-Saturday 9 A.M.-7 P.M. Closed On Sunday (919)683 1089 William H. McLaughlin, Jr., R.PH. Top Quality Service On All American-made cars Some Toyotas & Datsuns Also Radiator Repair 24 hour Tow Service 2 mechanics on duty 8-6 Calvin Oalrytnple. Sr ind James M. Crank DAL'S AMOCO 3101 Fayetteville St. 688 0237 "35 Years Experience" err- rt. rt Wis Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co. A- m ass NDER& OCIATES IALTORS , Crusader Club Meets 7 The Crusader Club met Saturday, October 23, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lenroy Holland on Atlantic Street. Members attending were: Mmes. Julia Moore, Geneva Allison, Sally Williamson, Bessie Allison, Sarah Pugh, Julia Farrington, Estella Horton and Bessie Burnett. The next meeting will be held on Saturday, November 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Horton, 2806 Fayetteville St. Tau Gamma Delta Sorority Observes Founders', Day Lambda Chapter of Tau Gamma Delta Sorority observed Founders Day on Sunday, October 24, at the Alfonso Elder Student Union on the campus of NCCU. The program in honor of the founders was a closed affair with only members of the graduate and undergraduate chapters attending. Mrs. Lillie . M. Daniels, president of Lambda Chapter, presid ed. ' An impressive candlelight service in memory of the eight founders was carried out by the following members: Ms. Sudie Fields, Mesdames Mary H. Green, Mary Ann Johnson, Marie Kearney, Karen McLeod, Christine Page, Theresa Lyons and Cheryl Smith. Other participants on the program were: Mesdames Sandra Shuler, Virginia Alston, Lizzie M. Crews, Janice James, Mildred Goode, and Mary C. Thomas. Following the program, members of the sorority entertained their friends and spouses at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews on Jerome Road. Atten ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Hodgesty Alston, Mrs. : Ora L. Bryant, James Reaves, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Dillard, Ms. Sudie Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green, Ms. Mary Ann Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Edward Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. J. Quinton Parker, Mr. and Mrs. James Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shuler, Grady Tate, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas, Ms: Karen McLeod! Msl La- johnetta Carrie, Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Peterson s m m ij-t'.i ana Mrs. vneryi amun. Greensboro J To Hold Seminar For Minority Vendors GREENSBORO The City of Greensboro has scheduled its seventh annual seminar for minority vendors in an attempt to attract more minority businesses to participate in the bidding process of the City for goods and services. The seminar will be held on Wednesday, November 10, from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on the Greensboro Public Library, located at the corner of Friendly Avenue and Greene Street. The seminar will be held in Classroom 2 on the second floor. There is no charge. This program, spon sored by the Purchasing Division of the City's Finance Department and the E.E.O. ' Coordinator ,of the Personnel Depart ment, is designed to 'simplify the City's pur chasing procedure as much as possible. It is felt that explaining the legal requirements and updating participants on the changes that : have taken place in the past year, will make it simpler to do business with the City. v A new aspect of the program this year will be the entire staff of the Professional Purchasing staff will be attendance at this seminar. Representatives from Public Works and the Accounting Division will be present to answer questions pertaining to their work. This will give the participants, new and old, the opportunity to ask questions about all facets of the City's Pur chasing Program and : give the Purchasing staff the opportunity to meet each of you and ask questions about ,, your business. For further . informa tion call (919) 373-2192 by November 9 for reser vations. ... , v . . By Mrs. Syminer Daye and visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Sr., Bahama, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Jr.," and their three children, Michelle, -' Bryant and Marcus of Atlanta; Jack ' Harris who is a student at Georgia Tech, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. J.T. ' Turner c f New Jersey, Dr; and Mrs. John Chambers and children, Keith and Sherri. Mrs. Chambers is the f former ? Mary Elizabeth Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Sr. - ' Sincere; sympathy to the families . of: Christopher B. Whitted, Tlobert ' ! Lee Jones, Mrs. Oarene A. Satter-, white, Steven Braswell, Coleman D. ' Whitted, Joseph : E. Lyons, E.P. Weaver, Oscar Trice, James E. Jor dan, Andrew Haskin, Sam Winston, Odell Scarlett, James Osborne, Ms. Lanie Monique, Mrs. Anna Holloway Jones, Ms. Florence K. McLamb, Edward "Pete" Holloway, Thomas Hamlet, Clifton Morrison, Sam Bonhill, Jr., Charlie Watkins, Earnest D. Mc Don't Miss The Whiting Years, This Week FootNotoo Q.: What Is a plantar wart? A.: This is a common, usually painful flat le sion on the sole (plantar aspect) of the foot. This benign growth due to a virus, causes the small nerves and capillaries in the skin to become superficial. This is the reason' why warts on the bottom of the foot are painful and bleed easily, compared to the5 warts on the body. They are most common ly found in adolescents and young females. Many warts are self-limiting and others re quire treatment ranging from chemocautery (destruction with acid) to surgical excision.. Dr. Jamos A. Williamson Podiatrist 708 South Duko Stroot Durham, M.C. 27701 "-910688-0070 1 -ifl i Office Hours Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00 Sunday 2:00-5:00 511 Grant Street 683-8711 544 Burlington Ave Brick splitranqher in central location. Over 1550 sq. ft., in cluding 3 BR, den wfireplace, study, LR, OR, kitchen wbreakfast area, 2 baths, much more. Call for more info. 3615 Shrewsbury (Hope Valley North) 2,000 sq. ft., plus 4 BR, Vh bath, fireplace, den, formal DR & LR. Excellent condition. Call for more info. 3633 Shrewsbury (Hope Valley North) Beautiful contemporary on a nice corner lot in the Durham County School District. Formal LR & DR, 3 BRs, 2 BAs, den, deck. $15,000.00 and assume FHA 245 loan with payments $539.23. A great buy! $65,000. 815 Yosemlte Contemporary-(Southera Durham County). This lovely contem porary is nested among nature on half-acre lot. Custom-built 3 BR, 3 bath, DR & great room wfireplace. $68,000 Southern Durham County (Erwlnwood)-817 Yosemite. New construction with Vi acre lot. Brick rancher with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, den wfireplace, formal LR & DR, with eat-in kitchen. 4100 Five Oaks-Condominium. New Listing- 3 BR, LR, DR. kitchen wbreakfas area, 2, baths, and rock garden. Call for appointment. $74,500. 902 Cook Rd Great starter home. 3 BR, LR, kitchen, very spacious. $32,000. 1404 Rosewood Ave. -4 BR, 2 bath, LR, kitchen, loan assumption wlow monthly payments. $46,900. 2213 Wirrtergreen-GREAT LOAN ASSUMPTION. This 3 BR rancher can be vours with only $12,250 down & assume 10 loan wmortgage payments of only $335. $38,250. 401 Pekoe Lovely older home, sculptured plaster walls, LR wfireplace, DR, den, . 4 BR, 1'2 bath, enclosed back porch and garage. $45,000. NCCU Area 820 Ridgeway 2 BR frame rancher. $26,500. Huntersville Rd. (Massey Chapel Rd.)-S. Durham. Only a few minutes from Chapel Hill &RTP. 3 BR, den. $45,500. 306 Omega Rd. (River Forest)-Recently redocorated brick rancher in quiet neighborhood. 3 BR, rz bath. Must see to appreciate. $41,900. 105 Prince St. (Chapel Hill, NC)- Excellent neighborhood. Spacious fenced-in yard, lots of trees, 3 BR. central heat. $39,500. An Exclusive Rancher-NCCU Area With over 2500 sq. ft., heated. This im maculate home with jalousied enclosed side porch consists of 3 BR, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, formal LR and DR, plus kit. with breakfast nook, full basement. It must be seen to be appreciated. $75,000. 1725 S. Alston Ave.-rBrlck rancher, 6 BR, 3 baths, den wfireplace, carport, cen tral air. Excellent home with several usages. $65,000. 2 Burgess Lane (Burgess Hill) 3 BR, 2 bath, LR, DR, new split foyer. Cash & 1 conventional loans. $69,900. ( Fantastic 4 BR-3 bath split-level in prestigious Emory wood. Great loan assump tion. $87,000 . , ; 2 Fieldstona Place (Old Farm). An Immaculate 3 BR rancher, on corner tot, with over 1100 sq ft. Large kitchen, LR, 1 baths. Ready, to moved Into. Call today. $44,800. - : MMIW my V7 Georgia Stephens-Hunter 528-8218 . : iteoohtAiejuinuvr ' CS34711

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