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Page t> The Chronicle-SatULrda> .December 2,1^78
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In November 19th Ceremony^
The marriage of Germaine burg, Virginia, and she is a
Niceta Fauntleroy and Jo- graduate of Duke Universcph
Elton Bradshaw, Jr., sity.
took place at two p.m;, The groom, also a gradNovember
19th at Gillfield uate of Duke, is the son of
Baptist Church in Peters- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.
" hurgrVfrgihia'7"The Rever- Bradshaw, Sr., of Winsfon-~
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- the double rmg cere Miss Veronica Yvonne
monv: Fauntleroy and Miss ShaThe
bride is the daughter rone Michelle Fauntleroy
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman?? < ?
were maias^ 01 nonor. utner
E. Fauntlerov of Peters- attendants were: Brenda
The With-In the Picket Fence Flower Club made plans
j for an early?spring trip tn the Busch Gardens in
\ Williamsburg, Va., during its November monthly
: j During the meeting, Mrs. Beulah Hickerson gave a
demonstration on how to dry, color and arrange ordinary
flowers into bouquets. Roses, ferns and wood flowers
were among the samples of her own work which Mrs.
At meeting's end, the club-was served dinner by- the
: host, Mrs. J.W. Gwyn. Mrs. Mildred Poindexter is club
j reporter is mrs. Joyce Henderson
The West Winston Civic Council will sponsor its annual
Christmas Party for Forsyth County patients at the John
Umstead Hospital, Butner, N.C. on Saturday, Dec. 9.
A bus will leave the Reynolds Health Center, 741
Highland Avenue at 11 a.m. Hazel Scott, one of the trip
coordinators along with Mary L Fair, called the trip "an
opportunity for you to lift the hearts of those in despair
' by spreading joy and good will."
For more information, contact Mrs. Fair or Mrs. Scott.
Telephone numbers to contact are: 727-8239 or
? blects Officers
< The Winston-Salem Re- of programs study which is
gional Alumni and Friends to be submitted to HEW by
Coalition met on Thursday, UNC.
October 16, 1978, at 7:30 mmm^
p.m. in the WSSU Alumni
Hut and elected its officers
for the year. They are: Mr.
Quether Wilkins, Chairperson;
Mrs. Nettie Manning,
First Vice Chairperson; Come see OUT Spark
Mrs. Mozella Eldridge, Se- Qf |(j Qr si|vertone
cretary; Mrs. Naomi Fuller,
Assistant Secretary, Ms. HOW at one nifty pric
Claryce Counts, Treasurer,
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The group also discussed Jp
educational issues concer- AF
ning Elizabeth City State Ar
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State university, North Car- * g tY '
olina Central University, P xf &
N.C. A & T State Univer- !jj U ?
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State University. 4 N X
Its immediate goals are to a 8 8
concern itself with the Nur- a * i
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&T WSSU and NCCU, the S \
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Les Arbes Holds
Black and White Ball
Beulah Sherman said the
"The Ball of the Year," bail has been a continuing
the 19th annual Black and success because it has not ; > White
Ball of the Les deviated from that stanArbres
Club attracted dard. At Intermission, the
more than 400 persons to club presented plaques to
mi evening of dancing and outstanding members. -t~
companionship Thanks- Among those honored
draws its name from the whose award was" accept" ' A
strict dress code adhered ted by Mrs. Alease Log-'
to since the first ball in gins from awards chair1960:
the men wear black man Joe Johnson [right];
tuxediM with hlark tie uiH vi?i-i- I/--L
fuiu t'iis> ii ^iiua - r black
pants and white [left] shown getting the ^ ; w.
shirts and the women plaque from Johnson.
wear white gowns or dress The gala affair was held
pants salts. at the Hyatt House down- .
Club president Mrs. town.
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Mr. Bradshaw Wed
Cole of Tallahassee, Fla.; I
burg, Pa.; Sandra Powell of
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The wore an ivory
Queen Anne rfeckline, yoked
with pearled re-embroi- M\~. nB
dered alencon The
fitted bodice was buttoned
at the back with self-cover- *"
lace appliques and wide "3 T ^ rVcuffs
of pearled alencon W _ * . ' Qjfoj v <
lace. A chapel length train ^ ^jj^' ^KflPrj
skirt and the hem ruffle was ^
of crystal pleating.1 jpJJ^ l
Mr. Bradshaw's best man i
was Reginald Burns of SunHampton,
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ivevin rvioore 01 nuiliiin IMWi M
Victor Ridgely of Washing- . .
to^ DC.* Desmond Va- AAfSi?Joseph Bfcldslvd-W
ughn of Petersburg, Va.
Ervin Fete Slated I Pk'nPai
Judge Richard C. Erwin of the North Carolina Court
of Appeals will be honored at a banquet to be hosted IW?
by the Winston-Salem State University Alumni
Association on Thursday, December 7, 1978 at 7:3C j* j_ u
p.m. at the Kennedy Dining Hall on the WSSU I
H.M. Mickey Michaux, U.S. Attorney for Middle
District Court in North Carolina, will be the guest
_ _ipeaker , at this events
Judge Erwin recently became the first black elected c|^0j
to this position, in addition, he has also served as JL
Representative from Forsyth County in the House of
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