r i ' M..IUIIII""I LI- I " Renee Moore privilege of matriculating at a college which is within walking distan 8 -TWg CAROLINA TIMEI UT.f FEBRUAWY "LlissGokr llali" for 2nd Year SALISBURY - MISS COLER HALL - Pretty Renee Bernadette Monroe, at 19yearold lophomore social dfar major at Livingstone College, is so popular among the male students at the Salisbury, N. C. college that for two years she has been voted MISS GOLER HALL," a campus residence for men, A Salisbury native, Renee is the third of five youngsters born to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Monroe of 717 Marsh Street. She is a Taurus who enjoys dancing, singing and modeling. Ann- offampus student, Renee is a 1974 graduate of Salisbury High where she was a member of the school's homecoming court in 1973. Unlike most hometown girls, Renee treasures the Entertains friendly ladies Club The Friendly Ladies met at the home of Mrs. Mary Hayes, 1622 Fayetteville St., Sunday, Feb. 15 at 3 pjn. Devotions were led by the President Mrs. Hastie Price. The minutes bt the last meeting were read, after which the meeting was opened for business. The following members were present: Agnes Hinton, Mattie Tilliman, Hastie Price, Evangline Page, Ernestine Fikes, Viola Thompson, Lonise Smith, Susie Dilihunt, Mary Hayes, and guest, Mary Alston. The group was served a turkey dinner, with all the trimmings. The hostesses were Mrs. Mary Hayes and Mrs. Lonise Smith. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lucille Streeter, 906 Massey Ave. fosfs The Six O'Clock Bridge Club Six O'Clock Bridge Club members entertained fifty-two ladies at a Bridge-Luncheon, Saturday, February 14 at the Downtowner Motor Inn. A delicious luncheon was served and the club members were introduced by the coordinator, Mrs. Minnie C. Norris. Members are Mrs. Jackie Avent, Mrs. Alma Biggers, Mrs. Zadie Brewer, Mrs. Hedy Echartf, Mrs. Isabelle Harden, Mrs. Theresa Jeffftes, Mrs. Pauline Johnson, Mrs. May Jones, Mrs. Mary Pinson, Mrs. Thelma Smith, and Mrs. Mary Young. Club members hosted one table all during play with guests moving to the next higher table. Six trophies were awarded as Srized for the highest scorers, dinners were: 1st place, Mrs. Estelle Belcher; 2nd place, Ms. Carolyn Thornton; 3rd place, Mrs. Nancy Bowens; 4th place, Mrs. Eula Harris; 5th place Mrs. Delia Michaux; and 6th place, Mrs. Jessie Kearney. FREEDOM FUND BANQUET LOOMS VERY FAVORABLE According to reports coming from throughout the nation, the 2nd annual "Freedom Fund Dinner' honoring Mrs. Johnny E. McLester, nationally known church womean, which will be held March 5, sponsored by the Durham Branch, NAACP, it will be a huge success. Due to the contributions she has made to many religious organizations, beginning in her native city, Mobile, Ala., and continuing to Durham and .nationwide, it is believed that persons from as far as Mobile and Detroit, Mich., will be in attendance. More than 150 persons are preparing expressions for a ' This is Your Life Story" that will be presented to her. There is one tad note, the death of John LeFlore, a life long friend and civil rights leader, who was to represent the Alabama NAACP. Bevtt Bean along the coasts of Alaska and British Columbia are known as "browns," and those inland at "grizzlies." Brown bean often grow much larger. Male grizzlies reach 600 pounds in tome mountain areas, but grow to twice that size when Uvinc on the coast. Some of them tower 10-feet in height. The . . favorite food la salmon, and it la uncommon for brown beara to fight. ' . i Vurham Social fJoics" j I. Of interest 1 1 1 pYMINER DAYE 314 f odef Stt &P&TMll?i - fl 1 BL.sk. ... . .!rml..ft-S'i..l.jJkiSX)S PRESSURE CLINIC HELD On Feb. 7, the high blood Pressure clinic was held by the .ussell Extension Club. It was a success. The members of the club wishes to thank everyone who participated in the clinic held at the Caines Chapel Fellowship Hall. RETURNS HOME Mrs. Edith Bullock and children, accompanied by Mrs. Louis Minor and children, have returned home to Washington, D. C, after attending the wedding of the former Miss Varnessa Utley, held Saturday Feb. 14 at the United Methodist Church .Miss Utley is now Mrs. Cleveland Bodie, Jr. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Bodie, Jr. Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Minor along with their children were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Falks, Sunday, Feb. 1 5. WOMEN'S DAY TO BE HELD Women's Day will be held at Mt. Level Baptist Church, on Jim Lyons Rd. Rev. C. R. Dunstan is the pastor. The service will be held on Feb. 29 at 1 1 ajn. and 6 pjn. Mrs. Shirley Wilkerson Bullock will be the guest speaker for the 11 a.m. service and music by the ladies from an choirs of the church. Mrs. Bullock, a resident of Rocky Mount, is a teacher in the city school system. She is the wife of Rev. Charles Bullock, pastor of St. James Baptist Church in Rocky Mount. The 6 p.m. service will be a panel-theme "Reach out and Touch". Participating will be Mrs. Celestine Sanders, Mrs. Dorothy Boone Okeke, Mrs. Viola Philpot, Mrs. Novella Parker, and music by the Pilgrim Wonder of Orange Grove Baptist Church. Wilbur Holloway is organist. The public is invited. CAPTAIN'S PROGRAM A Captain's Program was held at Mount Olive Church Sunday, Feb. 8 at 1 1 am. In charge were Mrs. Vallie Harris and Mrs. Be mice Jones. The guest speaker was Rev. W. T. Ratliff. His topic was" Weep Not", He spoke on me, five great powers of life: power of death, power of love, power of tears, power of prayer, and power of Christ. Music was rendered by the Spiritual Echoes. EMMA SINGLETON DAY Mrs. Emma L. Singleton, will be honored Sunday Feb. 22 at White Rock Baptist Church. Rev. Lorenzo Lynch will deliver the 10:55 message "A Star Within Our Congregation". There will be a program given in Mrs. Singleton's honor at 6 pjn. The public is cordially ipvited. SPENDS WEEK-END WITH PARENTS Linwood Turentine of Washington, D. C. and James Turentine of Virginia Beach, Va., spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burnice Turentine, on Milton Rd. SINCERE SYMPATHY To the families of the late Joseph Cates(Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cates, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cates, Mrs.,eia Hester, Mr. and Mrs. Vanhook, Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Satterwhite, Mrs. Margaret Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Long, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Long). . 'The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms, and he shall thrust out the enemy from before thee: and shall say, destroy them." Deut. 33:27. PRAY FOR SICK Mrs. Mary Justice, Mrs. Ida Lockhart, Mrs. Walter Williams, Jethro Rogers, Watts, Miss Wanda Lipscomb, Duke, Oscar Glenn, Watts, Mrs. Nora Perry, Harvey Tilley, Mrs. Esther Bullock, Fred Parrish, Mrs. Selma Holman, Mrs. Viola .Harris, Lincoln, Mrs. Maude Lucas, Mrs. Lucenda Parrish, Mrs. Ludie B. Parker, Claiborne Tapp, Sr., F. Barnes, Nathaniel Cook, 1605 Merrick St., Mri. Margaret Parker, Mrs. G. Griffin, Mrs. Emma Powell, Mrs. Nannie R. Jonet, Roxboro, Mrs. Pauline Parker, Mrs. Bertha McCIoud, Mrs. Dudley, Mrs. Warnella Wiley, Mrs. Victoria Lawson, Mrs. Elizabeth Nunn, Mother Harding, Mrs. Bessie Thompson, Elder Amey, Mrs. Bertha Green, Deacon Floyd Watson, Mrs. Helen Miller, Mrs. Mattie Gaitherwright, Mrs. Annie Mack, Maurice Mason, W. A. Harris, Mrs. Francis Jones Noel, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Flossie Webb, Mrs. Lucy Alston, Mrs. Jessie Harris, Mrs. Florence Bailey, Mrs. Ruby Alston, Mrs. Hattie B. Parker, Frank Gaitherwright. 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