r— THE CAROLINA THUS SATURDAY. SEPT. *, 19TO 4A JOHNSON WAX SPONSORS TCA—S. C. Johnson and Son. Durham Social Happenings MRS. VIRGINIA ALSTON DIAL Mt-U3f "Even a child makes him self known by his acts, whether what he does is pure and right." Proverbs 20:11 **• BACK lb SCHOtrtf^ Once again school doors are open to admit little folk and big folk, who bring with them mixed emotions. Little ones with tears from leaving mother and entering a new situation far the first time; big ones with curiosity, anxiety and great ex pectations. Young or old they have one thing in common, an education. Each in his own way preparing for the next step in life. Teachers in every field are facing a challenge as never be fore. May we think on this scripture for strength • "Let the words of Christ dwell in you richly, as you teach and admonish on 4 another." Cokossians 3:16. I wish for you a pleasant and successful school year. *** TAU GAMMA DELTA HOLDS INSTALLATION Lambda Chapter of Tau Gamma Delta Sorority has its installation of officers Satur day, September 19, at the home of Mrs. L. M. Harris, 304 Uinstead Street. The chap ter was honored to have as its guest to perform the installa tion, Mrs. LeMarquis DeJar mon, Basileus of the local chapter of Alpha Kappa Al pha Sorority. Mrs. DeJarmon challenged the new officers well received by all present. Mrs. DeJarmon was recently elected president of the Na tional Barristers Wives. Following the installation, TODAY'S SCENE AT HILLSIDE By MICHELLE DEJARMON Improvement is striking Hillside High School in great numbers. This week, students are being elected to new of fice*. These offices include the Student Council along with many others. For the past few days, we have been getting together our ideas for qualified leaders. We feel that one must poeseas both good mental and physical qualities. What would be considered good qualities? One must be persistent; he must have en durance, courage and enthu daan. These are the physical characteristics. Mental charac teristics would be logical think ing, the ability to plan, the abi ■ty to Judfe and the ability to obesave and analyze. One must poaMts a food personality. He or she must be honest, fair, have a sense of humor. One ■Mt always be willing to listen to suggestions and avoid giving orders. One must always have or show self-control, this in cludes keeping one's temper at all times. A good leader needs to al ways be Interested In people as wefl as being a good follow*. These art qualities, good quali ties, the ones we are going to beee out choice of leaders on. Another important thing happening at HHS is happening Inc., makers of Johnson Wax Products, was host to 500 a a brief meeting was held with the new Basileus, Mrs. Bertha Jordan, presiding. Comments were made on the 25th Anniversary Boule of Tau Gamma Seta sorority which was in Miami Beach in August. Three busy days and fun filled nights were spent at the Montmartre Hotel in Miami and three days of com plete fun and relaxation in Nassau. The convention was a successful and delightful af fair. Lambda chapter chartered a bus which carried members and friends from neighboring cities and others. Lambda's coming events will be Founders Day in Octo ber to be held in Jacksonville, with all Southern Region chap ters attending and the Regional planning conference to be held in Jacksonville in December. *** GUEST OF RELATIVE Mrs. Katie W. Williams of the Bronx was the guest of her relative, Mrs. V. W. Alston, 913 Plum Street. She also visit ed relatives in her home com munity of Franklinton. It was her first visit to Durham in 40 years. *** DAY CARE MEET The N. C. Day Care Associa tion will meet in Durham, October 3-4 at the Durham Motel. *** VISIT PARENTS William F. Hines, Jr. and Wm. F. Hines, 111. have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Hines, Sr. at 109 E. Alton Street since the Labor Day weekend. Mr. Hines Jr. is a resident i , MICHELLE DEJARMON with the HHS Hornets. Al though the game was lost, our cheerleaders, slong with the football team put on a fine ex hibition on Friday night. DHS and HHS' marching ' bands combined In several numbers. Later, Hillside's Band went to modern music and played Signed, Sealed and Delivered, a song that was msde popular by Stevie Wonder. Mr. Na thaniel Purefoy also performed rope tricks during the halftime to add to the highlights. This is the way things shape up this week. So until next week, "Stay cool, don't be no fool, that's why you go to school." guests during the ninth annual session of the Women's Auxi liary of the Progressive Na tional Baptist Convention, Inc., September 7-13. The affair which followed the inspiring message delivered by Mrs. A. Ross Brent, president of the Progressive National Baptist Women's Auxiliary, was en hanced by the presence of sev eral honored guests shown here (left to right) Mrs. Ralph Ab ernathy of Atlanta; Rev. Ralph Abernathy, president of SCLC and pastor of Hunter Street Baptist Church of Atlanta; Mrs. A. Ross Brent; and Mrs. Shir ley Hinnant Bell, Johnson Wax Hostess-R6i>rett#r.iitfi»-? Mrs. Hubbard Host to The Lamplighters The Lamplighter Club of the East Durham Community met at the home of Mrs. Delia Hubbard who resides at 421 East End Ave. Sunday, September 20, at 5:00 p.m. The meeting was opened with a brief devotion, led by the devotion committee Mrs. Alma Wiggins and Mrs. Louise Lee, afterwhich the meeting was open for business with the President Mrs. Annie Daye as sisted by the Vice-president Mrs. Louise Daye, presiding. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Mattie Lee. New and old business was discussed with the main subject centered around the New Community Building to be located on Common wealth Street near the park, which is to be completed in the near future. After the meeting the hos tess, Mrs. Delia Hubbard, served a delicious repast, a menu of: apple sauce loaf, chicken . salad sandwiches, candy, peanuts, fruit punch, potato chips, with union dip, blue cheese, sour cream, and pound cake, which was en joyed by all. Members present were: Mes dames Annie Daye, Louise Lee, Mattie Lee, Roberta Allen, Alma Wiggins, and Delia Hubbard. Friendly Circle Club Meets With Mrs. Leroy Roberson On Sunday Sept. 20th the Friendly Circle Club of St. Mark A.M.E. Zion Church met with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ro berson, 1316 North Alston Ave. Durham. Devotion was opened by the President Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Members present were: Mesdames Hazel Covington, Corene Brown, Elizabeth (Continued on page 9A) . of Plalnfield, N. J. While In this area, he visited relatives in Wilmington tnd Greensboro. **• INSTALLATION SERVICE The Durham Interdenomi national Ministerial Alliance of Durham and Vicinity, will hold installation service Tuesday, September 29, at 7:30 p.m. at Mt. Olive AMEZ Church, 1615 Club Boulevard. The Rev. Dr. Grady David will bring the aermon for the occasion. The general public is invited. The Rev. E. H. Whitley is pastor and new president. *** There will be a PTSA meet ing at Durham High Weaver Auditorium Thursday night,' August 24, at 7:80 o'clock. Durham Social Notes of Interesj Bv MM. SYMINER DAYE ' 1 HOMECOMING Homecoming will be - 6b served at Orange Grove Bap tist Church on Roxboro Road Sunday, September 27, at. 11:00 a.m. Rev. McCoy Bul lock is the pastor. Guest speak er will be Rev. N. Harvey. Music will be furnished by the Long Baptist Church Choir, KittrelL Rev. Bullock is also pastor of Long. *•* RED MOUNTAIN SERVICE Regular service was held at Red Mountain Baptist Church, Rougemont, Sunday, Septem ber 20, at 11:00 a.m. with music by the Male Chorus. The junior boys and girls ushered. The speaker was Rev. N. Harvey, a member of Mount Zoar Baptist Church. Rev. Harvey gave an inspiring message taken from St. Luke 22:7. His subject was "The Last Passocer." Rev. Harvey filled in for Rev. Floyd T. Eaton who was on vacation. *** S. 6. CONVENTION Tlie Sunday School Conven tion will be held at Red Moun tain Baptist Church, Rouge mont, Saturday and Sunday, September 26 and 27. Dinner will be served in the fellow ship hall on Sunday. *** BACK TO DUKE Paul Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Hebron Road, has returned to Duke University as a sophomore. *** VACATIONS IN BERMUDA Miss Ruth Lewis, who lived with her mother, Mrs. D. Lewis, Brooklyn, New York, has returned home from spend ing vacation in Bermuda. Miss Lewis is the sister of Miss Edith and Captain Elvin Lewis. **• RETURNS TO MASS. Miss Gerry Johnson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson, Ward Road, has re turned to Lovell, Mass. after enjoying a long summer vaca tion with her parents. Miss Johnson will begin teaching her classes at Lyingsborough Senior High School. *** MOTOR TO OHIO Miss Beverly Parka, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Li.oy Parker of South Alston Ave nue, accompanied by her sis ter Charlene, and cousin, Maryland Cozart, motored to Bowling Green, Ohio, where she will enter Bowling Green University to work on her mas ters degree. Miss Parker re ceived a grant from Defiance College In Defiance, Ohio where she graduated in 1970 to get her masters in 12 months. Durham High Highlights By AUDREY KEE The Interim Council of DHS met last week to arrive at dates for Student Elections. Homeroom elections were re scheduled to September 30, 1970 in order for students to better acquaint themselves. The Modern Dancers of Durham High organized and directed by Milton Currie and Mrs. Nancy Roland on last year will be performing this year. They will begin their second year with a smashing Christmas Recital which will be held In December. Robin Lam berth is the 1970-71 President A History Club is being or ganized by J. Rogers, and several Interested students. The purpose of the club is to create an appreciation of his torical data; to discover the links between the past and present and how these might shape the future. Joyce Petti ford, W. T. Cfurington, John Brady, Steve House, Debbie Ward. Kenneth Twine, and Audrey Kee are initiating new members in the club. The madrigal Singers have SICK & SHUT-INS Pray for the sick and shut in: Mrs. Mary Irving, Miss Brenda Jones, returned home from Watts Hospital, Mrs. Lucenda Jones, Duke Hospi tal, Mrs. Luna Bullock, Lin coln Hospital, Mrs. Estelle Thorpe, Lincoln Hospital, Fred Parker, Chapel Hill, Deacon Felix Walker, William Edward Satterfield, New York, Harvey Tllley, Mrs. Lola . ' Bulloct William (Bill) Carrington, Miss Alma Jean Beasley, Mrs. Burnestine T. Hicks, Mrs. Geneva Allison, FayetteviUe Street, Ellis D. Jones, Sr., FayetteviUe Street, Broadie Daye, Davie Morehead, High Rise, Arthur Stanley, Jr., Stanley Road, Mrs. Lottie Phillips, Teel Street, Mrs. Mary Glenn, Rougemont, Mrs. Janie Britt, Holley Street, Nathaniel Haskin, Watts Hos pital, L. E. Austin, Editor, The Carolina Times, Lincoln Hospital. "For he shall give his an gels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways." Psalms 91:11. *** Sincere sympathy to the Clarence Hilliard Family. "Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be com forted." *** SPELLMAN STUDENTS Misses Sylvia Jean Glenn and Mary Glenn, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Glenn of Rougemont, are students at Spellman College, Georgia. *** IN SCHOOL Miss Do vie Glenn is a fresh man at UNC Greensboro and Miss Robbie Glenn is a sopho more at Winston-Salem State in Winston-Salem. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glenn. **♦ PASTOR'S AID MEET The Pastor's Aid of Red Mountain Baptist Church of Rougemont held its meeting Thursday night, September 17, at the church at 8 o'clock. Presiding was the president, Mrs. Nola Falk. Members pre sent were Mesdames Nola Falk, Virginia Kenion, Jessie Turrentine, Emma L. Bullock, Syminer Daye, Juliann Harris, Zora Jones, and Lillian Glenn. *** VISITS PARENTS Miss Anedia Fuller spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller, Todd Street, Miss Fuller has -returned to Petersburg, Va. where she is enrolled at Vir ginia State. *** ATTENDING IN COLLEGE Freshmen Away In College: (Continued OH page 9A) Br mim AUDREY KEE been selected. They are a Special group of students from the Concert Choir. They will sing Medival type music. All music sung will be a capella. Have Fun!!! The Yearbook Staff is working hard to make the "71" edition of the "Messen ger" superb. Yearbook pic tures were made this week. Victory to the Bulldogs ss they meet Wilson Flke High *1 Wilson, Friday night. To all concerned: My birth day is Sept. 25,1970. Happy Birthday to me. f jfeg: ■ v ■ 9 ir * J KT 1 I aJfct f m * j !/ iff* lL I * I \ J m ' J Hk * MM m KABir \ • m # ' MSB y I CUTTING THE CAKE—Newly wed Mrs. Stevie Wonder cuts the elegant wedding cake at the reception in the ballroom Stevie Wonder Marries Motown Songwriter DETROIT, Mich. - Even superstars can get stagefright, and last Saturday afternoon a properly nervous Stevie Wonder kept wedding guest and his intended waiting at the church for almost 40 minutes, explaining when he arrived that he had developed a sud den nose-bleed while dressing for his wedding. Stevie was promptly rushed through a gathering crowd and into the side door of Detroit's Burnette Baptist Church, where his bride-to-be, Miss Syreeta Wright waited anxious ly. Syreeta, a Motown song writer and singer, was stunning in a white satin gown of ele gant simplicity with a cowl like satin veil. The bride's and groom's parents had arrived earlier for the caHdle lighting that signi- ' fied the start of the cere mony, officiated by the Rev. J. A. Caldwell, pastor of Bur nette Church. Stevie's valent and cousin, John Harris, acted as best man, with his wife, Darlene, as mat ron of honor for the Motown couple. Stevie and Syreeta had both stood in the wedding party when John and Darlene were wed last year in Detroit. Invitations announcing the wedding of Syreeta Annette Wright and Steveland Morris, Stevie Wonder's legal name, had gone out to a host of their fellow employees and artists at Motown, as well as other friends and family. Motown President Berry Gordy Jr. flew into Detroit from his offices in Los Angeles especially for the wedding, Joining his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Gordy Sr. his brother Fuller Gordy, and sis ters, Mrs. Gwen Gordy Fuqua and Mrs. Esther Ed wards senior vice president of the film, attending with her husband, State Rep. George H. Edwards. Following the brief cere mony, the newly-weds were wisked through a dense crowd 33 out! que sh°P Congratulate 9 Miss Sylvia Alexis Smith (Ist Runner-up in Miss Black America Title) Miss Smith models a jumpsuit so slim—you can do anything in it—move with such ease wherever you please ... get some huggin', babe? BOUTIQUE SIIOP 108 Corcoran St. —Downtown Durham Phon. 688-1576 BonkAmcricard—Master Charge of Detroit's posh Mauna Loa Restaurant as Stevie shares the moment through the touch of their hands. Standing be- of admirers to a limousine that waited to spirit them off to a gala k'y Detroit's posh Mauna Loa Restaurant. There, some three hundred guests gathered in the ballroom to extend best wishes to the happy couple and witness the cutting of the elegant, multi tiered wedding cake. A special spirit of warmth and congeniality filled the Mauna Loa's spacious ballroom and a sea of smiling faces constantly surrounded Stevie Wonder and his beautiful bride, all anxious to share in the couple's special moment of happiness. The spectacular shower of wedding gifts the newly-weds received attested to their enormous popularity as pa sons, as well as performers, and seamed to verify the no tion that marriages are made in What's keeping you from looking good? Getting gray? It's only natural lo panic a little when you see those first gray hairs...or when you realize that chemical processing is slightly fading your natural color. Many women, just like you. hesitate to use permanent peroxide haircoloring because they don't want to change their natural color. What to do? Hair care and beauty experts agree that slightly graying and fading can add years to a young woman's looks...but they also know what takes the years away. Loving Care". 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Leaving the reception early, Stevie and Syreeta raised to Detroit's Metropolitan airport to board a jet bound for Bermuda, where they will spend their honeymoon, tak ing along everyone's very beat wishes for a blissful future to match their present happiness. To change the water in a flower bowl without disturb ing flower arrangements, use your bulb meat baster. Make sure meat and poul try stay wholesome after you buy it, suggests USDA. How do you do that? Cook it the right way beef may be rare, medium o r well done. Cook lamb to medium or well dona but make sure that pork ia cooked to the well done point. Remember also to cook poul try thoroughly all at one time never partially cook and plan to store it for further ccoking later.

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