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.—THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, DEC. 4, IMS
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DEBUTANTES PRESENTED AT ANNUAL BALI-. «AL«I««
93 Debutantes Presented at Annual Ball in Memorial Audtorium
RALEIGH Ninety-t hr e e
young women, selected by the
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
from the local community and
other areas of North Carolina,
were presented to society at
Memroial Auditorium Friday,
November 26.
Prior to the formal presen
tation members of the Sorority
and Parents of the Debutantes
were introduced to the guests.
The Rev. James Alexander of
Shaw University extended
greetings and welcome.
Many words have been said
and written to describe the
young women who have worn
the title of an AKA Deb Queen,
and Attendant and a Debu
tante, for she was beautiful,
poised, and: dignified as she
was presented in a white gown,
fashioned to enhance her in the
traditional Ivy-Leaf Figure (de
signed by Mrs. Fannie V. Lath
am) with a background of soft
lights, music and roses. Some
of the Debs were met by their
fathers or other relatives as
they descended the decorated
wrought iron steps for a memo-
Facts and RuaFs .
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rable occasion to remember.
The Deb Ball was conceived
from a small beginning in 1937
with the presentation of eleven
girls. It has been held, since
1948, at the Memorial Audito
rium.
The activities of the Debu
tantes have not all been social,
but included programs design
ed to elevate their educational
and cultural levels. Many schol
arships and awards have been
given to the Debutantes, at
tending N. C. State University,
Shaw University, St. Augus
tine's College, Fisk University,
Howard Universty, Hampton
Institute, A. and T. College and
N. C. College at Durham.
Many of the girls have main
tained honor averages, have
become members of honor so
cities and the sorority.
Deb daughters of the follow
ing members have become
members of Alpha Kappa Al
pha Sorority, namely: Lloyd
ine Perry .daughter of Mrs.
Susie V. Perry, Faye Eaton
and Jean Eaton, daughters of
Mrs. Minetta Eaton, and Bar-
bara C. Dease, daughter of
Mrs. Myrtle Crockett.
The Sorority, during the year
provided charm and vocation
al clinics, cultural activities,
informal social hours and char
itable community activities for
the Debs.
Mrs. Susan Malone was Chair
man of the Deb Committee, as
sisted by Executive Secretary
Odessa Hicks. Other Committee
Sub-Chairmen were: Mesdames
Elizabeth Barfield, Myrtle Croc
kett, Mary Davis, Carolyn En
nis, Irene Lane, Bessie Lewis,
Audrey Logan, Phyllis Mann,
Edna Palmer .Elsie Perry, De
lores Wilder, and Miss Thelma
Witkins. Basileus of the Chap
ter is Mrs. Mertie Batey.
Music was furnished by the
Upsetters Orchestra, announcer
J. D. Lewis and publicity, Mrs.
Susie V. Perry.
THE REIGNING QUEENS
AND COURTS
InTown Queen: Bliss Car
netta Wilms Blakely, daughter
of Second Class Petty Officer
and Mrs. William Blakely of
Raleigh.
Maid-of-Honor: Miss Etta
Rochelle .daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Garfield, Rochelle,
Raleigh.
In-Town Court: Miss Martha
Elaine Peebles, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Roosevelt
Peebles, Raleigh.
Miss Patricia Antoinette Wor
tham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Thomas Wortham, Ral
eigh.
Miss Debbie Elizabeth Todd,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levy
C. Todd, Raleigh.
Miss Brenda Sue Morgan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy
Morgan, Sr., Raleigh.
Miss Geraldine Burnette Mor
gan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Morgan, Raleigh.
Out-of-Town Queen: Miss
June Rose Conway, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edison
Conway, Louisburg.
Maid-of-Honor: Miss Maureen
Diane Quarles, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walker Henry Quarl
es, Petersburg, Va.
Out-of-Tcrwn Court: Miss Bev
erly Lorraine Constant, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ray
mond Constant, Philadelphia,
Penn.
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I i Long's Florist ,
501 Fayottovltl* St.
I M2.M64 Durham, N. C
pton .daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Otis Hampton, Louia
burg.
Miss Deborah Marie Saund
ers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Carey E. Saunders, Philadel
phia, Pa.
Miss Sandra Ernestine San
ders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter S. Sanders, Smithfleld.
Miss Clauda Ethel Totton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Lemuel Totton, Sedalia.
—Cold Factt About I'
Treating the Common Cold |
\ J. If you do catch a cold, stay home.
1. While scientist* hove not dis- Don't take it to other people. Get
covered a cure for the common cold, plenty of rest, eat sensibly, drink
there it much you can do to reduce an extro amount of liquias, keep
the chances of cotching cold. Stay warm,
away from sneezers and coughers.
Avoid getting overtired, wet or J ' I_
chilled; stay out of stuffy, crowded, A . rJcT
over-heated rooms. m I "~j# J H[l^W|lKl|
J 4. Take an effective cold medi
▼ cation to relieve your sniffles,
sneezes and stuffy nose. You can
3. Keep your cold from spreading now get all-day and all-night re
by covering your mouth ond nose lief—thanks to Contac, the unique
when you cough or sneeze. A cough capsule which contains over 600
can spray germs a distance of 12 "tiny time" pills that work over a
to 15 feet. 12-hour period.
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PRIESTESS. IT WAS BELIEVED THAT SHE
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Local Happenings
Continued from SA
the hostess. The hostess *u as
listed bj her daughter, Brenda.
• • •
WIST DURHAM BLOSSOM
OARDEN CLUB MBBTS
On Tuesday night, Novem
ber 23 Misses Ruth and Mary
Louise Stephens were hostess
es to the West Durham Blossom
Garden Club at their home on
Pcrwe Street. The autumn and
Thanksgiving motif was carried
out In both the decoration of
the home and the service.
The Garden Gate was opened
by Mrs. Gertrude Gibson with
the singing of "Come Ye
Thankful People Come" and
the reading of a poem on
"Sharing."
During the business session,
committee reports were heard
and a Christmas party, to be
given December 14, at which
time secret pals are to be re
vealed, was discussed. Mes
dames Georgia Taylor and
Daisy Gunn demonstrated in
the making of Christmas ar
rangements and decorations
was enjoyed by all.
At the close of the meeting,
the hostesses served a delici
ous menu composed of ham,
potato salad, rolls, pickles,
cocoa, fruit cake, ice cream,
peanuts and candy to the fol
lowing: Mesdames Mary Alli
son, Anna Duke, Katie McDan
lei, Daiay Gunn, Georgia Tay
lor, Gertrude Gibson, Addye
Coley and guest Miss UUle
Rogers. Mrs. Gertrude Gibson
thanked the hostesses for an
enjoyable evening.
• • •
HOUSI ouirrs
Mr. and Mrs. George Logan,
Sr., of 801 Lawson Street, has
as their house guests Mrs. Hat
tie Hughes of Greensboro and
Mrs. Nan Jones of Philadelphia,
Penna.
Many courtesies were shown
them during their stay.
Also on Thanksgiving Day,
Mrs. Mildred Lewis and daugh
ter, Ernestine, of Baltimore,
Md. were guests of the Logans.
VISITORS FROM
PHILADELPHIA
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Clarke
'to their home in
Philadelphia after spending the
Thanksgiving weekend visiting
Mrs. Clarke's mother, Mrs. Flo
rence Jones on Powe St.
• • •
RETURNS TO WASHINGTON
Aaron Fuller has returned to
his home in Washington after
a most pleasant Thanksgiving
visit with his aunt, Mrs. Anna
Duke on Sedgefield St.
• • •
VISITS IN O. C.
Mrs. Ruby Hargraves of No
ble St. spent the Thanksgiving
Holidsys visiting her children
in Washington, D. C.
• • •
CAROLINA BARNES
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
MEETS WITH MISS IOLA
ALLEN ON PIEDMONT AVE.
The Carolina Barnes Mission
ary Society of St. Joseph's A.
M. E. Church met in its regu
lar monthly meeting at the
home of Miss lola Allen, 303
Piedmont Avenue, Sunday, No
vember 28 at 3:00 p.m. with
the president, Mrs. Truemilla
Smith presiding. After the de
votions and the usual business
■was dispatched, the lesson was
presented by Mrs. D. A. John
ston—Session theme was "Pray,
er."
The surprise of the meeting
was a presentation of gifts to
Mrs. Truemilla Smith by Miss
Allen from members of the
society. Mrs. Smith showed
great surprise and delight and
expressed her appreciation and
pledged her willing services for
the future as president.
A very delicious repast was
served by the hostess which
everyone enjoyed. There were
several guests: Mrs. Flossie
Toraln, Mrs. Gertrude Wins
low, Mr. and Mrs. William
Boykins, and Mrs. Theodosia
Robinson.
Members present were: Mes
dames Laura Burnette, Nora
Dunn, Ailie Mitchell. P. R
Cousin, Anna James, Mary
Johnson, D. A Johnston, True
miila Smith, Celeste Smith, De-
Nina Austin, Sylvia Markham,
Tora Brown, Neolie Shepard
md Alma Williams, Misses
Willie M. Davis, Ruth McLaugh
lin, Lillian Burton, Mary Hol
loway and lola Alen.
Mrs. DeNina Austin express
ed our appreciation to the hos
tess for her kind and generous
hospitality.
• * •
"FRIENDLY VISITORS"
PROGRAM LAUNCHED IN
EAST IND SECTION
The "friendly visitors" pro
gram that was launched in the
Edgemont section of the city
several weeks ago now i* un
derway in the East End sec
tion, another part of Opera
tion Breakthrough's "Target
Area B."
Recruited and led by Mrs.
Callina Smith of 908 Gurley
St., about 13 residents of East
End now are visiting lonely,
poverty-stricken elderly people
In their neighborhood. The
purpose of these regularly
scheduled visits by volunteers
is to attack still another form
of poverty—loneliness.
In addition to brightening
the gloom of loneliness for the
elderly shut-ins, these volun
teers also are seeking ways to
help them. This might include
taking them magazines, getting
medicine for them or getting
them to a doctor if needed, re
porting their needs to appro
priate public service agencies,
or even explaining how free
drugs and medical care can be
made available to them.
The East End group of vol
unteers were organized last
week In a meeting at the Mt.
lit. Gilead Baptist Church, of
which many of them are mem
bers. A last-minute check this
week indicated they are busy
in their spare time visiting
their assigned "senior citizens, M
showing another way that vol
unteers are vitally important
In the "War on Poverty."
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In On Christmas
Noted' pianist display* a sheaf of
IT. S. Savings Bonds is ■ reminder
to his fans thai Bonds make fine
Yuletide gifta.
HAPPINESS IS A LOT OF THINGS—It may be a warm
puppy, and it may be a new bike, but a warm puppy and a
new bike under the tree on Christmas morning is a sure guar
antee of happy smiles. Over a million Americans will get new
bikes for Christmas this year, becoming a part of that grow
ing army of 57 million who cycle each day for fun, fitness and
economical transportation.
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OF AMMONIA AMMONIA PLANT n
ARE USED IN PRODUCING IN THE WORLD, WirH A CAPACITY
FARM CROPS ECONOMICALLY. OF OVER 1100 TONS A DAY/
IT IS AMERICA'S LEADING FORM HAS BEEN CONSTRUCTED BY
OF NITROGEN FERTILIZER. OUN MfflflESQN AT LAKE CHARLES,LA.
T Activities
Continued from 3A
YWCA
12:00 P.M. YWCA Modern
Dance Class for Children
ages 11-13 will meet at
the YWCA
8:00 P.M. Young Adult will
be held at the YWCA
The kid in our neighborhood
who chalks four-letter words
on the sidewalks spells all of
them correcty except damn.
wooiwoßnrs
Special on Cakes
3 LAYER 8 W -11" CAKES
COCOANUT
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LEMON CHESS
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PUMPKIN I 9 £b%3
POTATO
Glazed Donuts 69c Doz.
Place Yoir Order Now
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DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY!
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