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10-TKE CAROLINA TIMES-SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18.
Young Women Vying
' For Miss Bull City :
Sometime before mid
night Sunday, one of 23
area college students, vy
ing for the Miss Bull City
title, will wear the
crown. . , V . '
1 For winning first
place; the lucky young
woman . will get $500.
The first runner-up will
get S200, while the se
cond runner-up gets her
Choice of a $200 gift cer
tificate or $100 cash.
The Miss Bull City
Beauty Pageant begins a
6 p.m., at Durham's
downtown civic center.
According to Anthony
Edwards, president of
Bull City Productions,
the non-profit organizaV
tion that ' is sponsoring
the pageant, the show,
has several purposes.
"One, of course, is to
bring a different type of
said, "something that
can be appreciated by
young people, middle
age people and others as
well. The other reason is
to give the young ladies a.'
chance to display their
talents and hopefully get
some money to help with
Bull City Productions,
a non-profit entertain
By Mrs. 7 M.Kinney
The rain and cold dampened the bodies of spec
tators and participants, but it didn't dampen their
spirits. The crowd came out and managed to keep
cheerful smiles in spite of the weather.
Project award went to the Northhill Community.
Their membership increased. They have 195
members in their watch program.
Mrs. Willie Loftin, the family Home Economics
Extension Agent, displayed a room full of beautiful
gift items during open house recently. Educational
sewing and cooking program is offered year-round.
You can call 484-7156.
Ms. Flora M. McLean announced the engage
ment of her daughter, Janice Vanesa, to Joel
Carlyle Bonds J I, son of Mn and Mrs. Joel Bonds
The wedding is planned for First Free Will Bap
The bride-elect is a graduate of Red Springs High
School and Winston-Salem State University. She is
a registered nurse at Charlotte Memorial Hospital.
The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Red Spr
ings High. He is employed as the maintenance
mechanic at the University of Washington, Seattle,
which he attended. He is also a specialist in interior
Gifts from thekitchen can be fun, inexpensive,
useful and attractiV fpr your relatives and friends
this year. AccordingVto economic experts, cookies,
bread and special made candy carube prepared,
wrapped and decorated with a bow.
K. Bish spent the weekend with his family. We
wish for his safe return to New York.
It's gloom, anger and despair: Symptoms of holi
day syndrome. Many do suffer, according to ex
perts. There are those who wish holidays would be
done away with completely. Something for us to
The Kappas and their guests enjoyed an evening
at the Lakeside Country Club on Saturday.
Everyone seems to be sharing the Christmas jovs.
Happy birthday anniversary to Ms. Ginny Bryan.
Mrs. Penny Edens and Mrs. Karen Fallin.
You can liven your Christmas get-togethers with
a small ensemble of singers and musicians. Call
A fellowship gathering was held with Zctas on
Sunday afternoon. ' ;
The Senior Choir of St. Luke AM F. Church
presented a concert by George H. Spaulding and
Curtis Price recently. Spaulding, who has been a
musical director for many Pittsburgh area chur
ches, played piano and organ. He is minister of
music at St. James AME Church in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
and has been in the music field for fifty years.
The Inspirational Singers of Lewis Chapel Mis
sionary Baptist Church presented a Christmas Can
tata. "'God's Gift of Love", by Eugene McCliiskv
on Sunday evening.
Paul Eaglin was honored in the weekly news here.
He recently received a certificate of appreciation
from the Fayetteville YMCA for his volunteer work
coordinating and coaching the Y's soccer program
at Methodist College.
An active worker in the community, Eaglin serves
j'on the YMCA's personnel committee and coaches
several soccer teams, arranging their practices and
helping to officiate games. He would like to sec soc
cer become a number one sport in this nation.
An attorney, Eaglin is chairman of the N.C. Bar
Association's law student activities committee, a
v member .of the Republican Lawyers of N.C. and an
active member of the Cumberland County
Republican Party. He recently campaigned for a
district court judgeship in the 12th District: He is a
member of the Historic Properties Commission, the
Fayetteville Arts Council board of directors, the
Olde Fayetteville Association and a former member
of the Fayetteville Revitalization Commission.
Handel's "Messiah" was presented in Reeves
Auditorium at Methodist College.
Retired Sgt. Cornelicus J. Ware, Sr.5n, of 3923
James Dale Road was eulogized on Sunday at San
dy Grove Free Will Baptist Church in Wade. Sym
pathy is extended to members of his family.
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Final rites for Mrs. Anna A. Bulla were held on'
Sunday afternoon at Falling Rurt Baptist Church.
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TURNING ON THE TALENT Ms. Jammie Lewis, at the piano, ana
Ms. Gloria Woods, standing, practice a talent presentation for the upcoming
Miss Bull City Pageant. The paegant is scheduled for Sunday evening in the
Civic Center. ,.... (Photo by Mayfield)
STRUTTING THE STUFF Contestants in the Miss
coming up Sunday strut their stuff during a recent rehersal.
Bull City Pageant
(Phoio by Mayfield)
to Edwards, is composed
of local business
operators who have
decided to provide a
broader variety of enter
tainment for c'der
clientele in Durham.
? Judges for Sunday's
pageant include: Rep.
William' Evans, Joe
Burwell, George Brown,
Lucille Cole, Judy Hin
chman, Ella McAllister,
Anne Fulford, Ethel Sat
terwhite, Artis Plummer,
Sr., and Joyce Lat
timore. Contestants, listed ac
cording to the schools
they're attending, in
clude: NCCU: Brenda
Baldwin, Sherry Allen,
Stephanie Allen, ,' Lori
Grier, Linda Huggins,
Gloria Woods, Alessia
Shaw, Maricorna Steele,
Delia Tucker, Marta
Washington, - Kecia
Raysor and Domita
Scurlock. ' '
Duke: Lori Jones
and Paulette Leake.
. Pamela Funderburk.
Durham Tech: Wan
Three other con
testants, Jamie Lewis,
Lana Peek and Francae
Crank, are not in school.
Persons attending the
Sunday night pageant
can also get in on the
money because door
prizes will be given to
lucky ticket holders. A
person who buys a $9.50
ticket could win $150, a
person with an $8.50
ticket could win $100;
and a person with a
$7.50 ticket could win
Tickets can be bought
at the door, or by con
tacting Mrs. Gloria Mc
Crae, the pageant coor
dinator, at 596-7395.
. News about haDDeninas
at your church should be in
our office not later than
Monday at 5 p.m. of the;
week of publication.
You might send us a
church bulletin that would
indicate noteworthy news
of your church happenings.
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