North Carolina Newspapers

    4 THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT., JANUARY 31. 1976
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Of interest
SYMINER DAYE 314 Todd StL Telephone.
MAKES DEAN'S LIST
Anthony (Tony) Parker
a freshman at A&T
University has made the
Dean's List for the first
semester. Tony is -a 1975
graduate of Northern High
School, a member of Red
Mountain Church, where
he serves on the Usher
Board, junior choir and
assistant Sunday School
teacher for Class no. 3.
Anthony is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Parker, of
Bahama.
Miss La Wanda Lawson,
Denfield St., a senior
Spanish major at NCCU
has made Dean's List. She
has maintained an average
of 3.4, and is a member of
the Greater St. Paul
Baptist Church.
Miss Martha Lawson, a
sophomore political
science major at NCCU has
made Dean's List. She has
maintained a 3.0 average.
She is a graduate of
Northern High, a member
of Greater St. Paul Baptist
STORE HOURS
"wELLONS VILLAGE
JO A.M. -10 P.M.
ROXBORO ROAD
9 A.M. - 9 P.M.
UNIVERSITY DRIVE
9 A.M. - 9 P.M
Sunday 1-6
Church, and both La
Wanda and Martha are the
daughters of the late Mrs.
E. L. Lawson and Syminer
Daye is the guardmother.
HOWS YOUR BLOOD
PRESSURE?
The Russell Extension
Homemakers Club will
sponsor a hypertension
screening clinic, Sat. Feb.
7 from 10:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. The clinic will
be held at the Cains
Chapel Baptist Church
fellowship hall in Lebanon
township on St. Mary's
Road. Dr. Max Michael,
staff physician of the
Orange-Chatham
Comprehensive Health
Services will conduct the
clinic. There is no charge.
Miss Shirley Turrentine
helped to organize the
clinic and Mrs. Berma
Dunnegan is president of
the Russell Extension
Homemakers Club.
Congratulations to
newly weds Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Lorenzo Hicks,
who were married recently
at St James A. M. E. Zion
Church, Red Spring. Rev.
Dewitt Womack officiated.
Mrs. Sara Sherill was
organist and Mrs. Barbara
Breeden was soloist. The
bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Porter. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donnell Hicks, Sr., of
Durham. Maid of Honor
was Mrs. Geneva M.
Lockridge, Washington, D.
C. and best man, Donnell
Hicks, Jr.
CONGRATULATIONS
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Clemons are the proud
parents of a fine 6 lbs.
baby boy. Mrs. Clemons is
the former Miss Myrdle
Lipscomb.
REGULAR SERVICE
HELD
Regular service was
held at the Red Mountain
Baptist Church,
Rougemont, Sunday at 1 1
a.m. Rev. Nealie Harvey,
pastor delivered the
message. Subject; "Where
are you parking your life.'
Music by the Male Chorus,
and the junior girls
ushered.
The family of the late
Hannah Carrington, thanks
their friends and. for all
acts, of kindnesses shown
during their bereavement
HOLDS MONTHLY
MEETING
the Missionary Bible
Class of Mount Level
Baptist : Church held its
monthly meeting in the
home of Creola CampbelL
Devotion was led by Mrs.
Rachel Jones. Vice
president Mrs. Marie
Scoggins presided. Mrs.
Corono Ltrrrstead is the
secretary. Mrs. Campbell
served a delicious repast to
the following: Ruby
Overby, Roumania
Lipscomb, Corono
Umstead, Rachel Jones,
Syminer Daye, Miss Alease
Daniels, Miss Joyce
Overby and Pamatin
Overby. Syminer Daye
thanked the hostess for a
lovely evening. The next
meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Rachel
Jones.
PRAY FOR SICK AND
SHUT-IN
Nathaniel Cooke1, 1605
Merrick St., Mrs. G.
Griffin, Mrs. Emma B.
Powell, Mrs. Nannie R.
Jones, Roxbord, Mrs.
Ludie B. Parker, Booker
DeVaughn, Sr., Ellis D.
Jones, Sr., Harvey Tilley,
Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs.
Bertha,Mrs. McCloud,Mrs.
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Maude Lucas, Mrs.
Lucenda '. Parrish, Miss .
Wanda 1 Lipscomb, ; Jonah
Bullock, Claiborne Tapp,
Jr.; Mrs. Dudley, Mrs.
Warnella Wiley, Mrs.
Victoria Lawson, Mrs.
Mary Col son, Mrs.
Elizabeth Nunn, : Mother
Harding, Elder Amey.Mrs.
Catherine Green, Deacon
Floyd Watson, Mrs. Helen
Miller, Mrs. Mattie
Gaitherwright, Theodore
Little, Mrs. Thompson,
Mrs. Annie Mack, Mrs.
Flossie Webb, Robert
Latta, Mrs. Lucy A.
Alston, Mrs. Dora Green,
W. A. Harris, Mrs. Jessie
Taborn, William
Carrington, Mrs. Bertha
Green, Mrs. Frances Jones
Noel, Maurice Mason, J. B.
Blue.
"My God shall supply
all your needs. ,:
Phillippians4:l9
MRS. MARGARET BUSH
WILSON TO APPEAR AT
DUKE
liiiy Endowment Supporting Math
Church Studies at Dure
Mrs. Margaret Bush
Wilson, chairman of the
National Board of
Directors of the NAACP
will speak at Duke
University School of Law
on Tuesday, Feb. 3 at
3:30 p.m. in Room 2 13.
Mrs. Wilson was
appointed to the Board in
1975.
The Duke University
"Divinity School has received a
two-year,' $40,000 grant from
the Lilly Endowment, Inc., of
Indianapolis, Ind.,'to expand
its program of educational
leadership in the Black church.
Dr. Thomas A. Langford,
dean of the Divinity School,
N.C. Gordon
Club Holds
Meeting
The N.C. area Garden
Club held its first meeting
on Monday, January 19.
Mrs. Nettie Easterling,
president; was hostess.
The meeting was
opened with a song, "This
Is My Story' and everyone
recited the 23 Psalm, and
prayer was by Mrs.
Johnson. The minutes
were read and adopted.
Mrs. Easterling
presided. She stated that
"We have a large project to
face. Each member should
readily do all they can to
accomplish it." After the
meeting a repass was
served.
Mrs. Duciel Markham
thanked the hostess for
her warm hospitality.
By Earl Wolslagel ' "
said that grant will enable the
school to set up programs with
eight .Black churches in
Durham to aid in training
Black ministerial students.
The churches, he said,
would be invited 'into
partnership with the school in
developing the ministry skills
of a growing number of Black
students at Duke."
According to Prof. Joseph
B. Bethea, director of Black
lurch studies, the Divinity
School is committed to the
principal that the Black church
setting "is indispensable to the
training of Black church
leaders. With the Lilly
Endowment support, our
program will be able to
schedule special lectures,
conferences and workshops
and to award two-year
fellowships to eight deserving
students."
Local1 churches are
cooperating fully, Bethea says,
in the plan to become agencies
for training students who have
indicated a serious
commitment to the Black
church while pursuing their
theological education at Duke..
Through its Black Church
Studies Center, Duke ' engages
the Divinity School with the
black church, black theology,
and the black community, with
the Center serving to centralize
and illuminate an appreciation
for study and involvement in
the black religious experience,"
Bethea said.
' Duke's program in Black
Church Studies was established
in June 1972. In its first year,
12 ' black Students were
enrolled.
Enrollment increased to 21
the next year, and in 1974-75
there were 30 students in the
program.
Today, there are 29 men
and six women in the Divinity
School's master of divinity
degree program who are
preparing for the ministries and
mission of the Black church.
The Lilly Endowment
award, with Duke adding
$10,000 to the program over
the two-year period of the
grant, is part of the
Endowment's continuing
grants-in-aid to the theological
education. It counts also
toward Duke's Epoch
Campaign to raise
$162-million. The campaign
total as of January 1 was $85
million.
Freezer Loading
If you have a 12-cubic-foot
freezer, you can put in 36 pounds
of frozen food. When you've add
ed that amount, wait 24 hours
before adding more for max
imum efficiency. Keep the same
foods together in baskets or on
shelves. Foods also may be
organized in heavy plastic or
mesh bags. Rules for loading a
freezer are designed to keep the
freezer temperature at zero
degrees or lower and to keep food
rotating properly for maximum
flavor and nutrition.
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MEMBERSHIP TEA - The Women's Auxiliary of Lincoln Hospital held its annual Membership Tea, Sunday, January 26,
in tha library of the hospital. Some of the members present from left to right are: Mrs. Flonnie Goodloe, chaplain; Mrs.
Beulah Hill, treasurer; Mrs. Rosetta Southerland, Mrs. Nettie Easterling, Mrs. Lena Gates, director of volunteers; : Mrs. Annie
Parrish, Mrs. Mamie Raines, secretary and buyer; Mrs. Zula Floyd, Mrs. Geraldine Alston, Mrs. Mavis Brewington, Mrs.
Florence Little john, Mrs. Rosetta Walker, Mrs. Queen E. Toon, secretary; Mrs. Servater Evans and Mrs. Estelle Buchanan,
president Not in picture: Mrs. Ruth Ford.
cooking
hints
ROSALIE
SCOTT,
STAFF
ASSISTANT
from CARNATION FfiOn SFRVICF TFNTPR
Here's a tasty do-ahead salad you can make to go
with most any entree. Crunchy Salad Mold features
celery, carrots and cabbage in a gelatin base. Stir in
extra nutrition with evaporated milk. The salad looks
good, and better still, is good for you.
Canned Fruits
For desserts, you may prefer
fruit canned in heavy syrup. For
salads, fruit canned in light syrup
or in its own juice is just as good.
The syrup or liquid can be used
in gelatin salads or desserts with
out adding too much sweet
ness. Water-pack fruits and fruits
canned with non-nutritive
sweeteners help dieters cut
calories.
Buying Poultry
When buying poultry, look for
the official USDA grade mark on
poultry it is your assurance of
quality. U.S. grade A poultry is
the finest poultry available, but
all inspected poultry is nutritious
and wholesome food. The inspec
tion mark of the U.S. Department
of Agriculture in the form of a
circle is required on all poultry
sold across state lines.
CRUNCHY SALAD MOLD
i Makes 10 -cup servings 1
cup very finely chopped
carrots
cup very finely chopped
red or white cabbage
tablespoon finely
chopped green onion
2 packages (3 ounces each) 3
lemon flavored gelatin
4 beef bouillon cubes
2 cups boiling water
1 cups undiluted Carnation
Evaporated Milk
y3 cup mayonnaise
cup very finely chopped
celery
Dissolve Kelntin and bouillon cubes in boiling water. Cool
slightly. Beat in evaporated milk and mayonnaise with
rotary beater. Chill in refrigprator until consistency of
unbeaten egg whites; slir occasionally while chilling. Fold
in vegetables. Pour mixture into 5-cup mold. Chill 2 to
3 hours or until firm. Unmold and serve.
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