Page S Tb< Chronicle, Salnrday, Joiy 21, 1979
UL Guild See
Bv Yvette McCullough Mrs. Wilson said the
Staff Writer Guild now has an active
The Winston-Salem membership ot"91 members
L'rban League Guild is con- with 291 members on the
tinuing its membership books. She said the memdrive
through the end of bership drive will become
Iulv. said guild president nn annual event for the
' Ricky Wilson. month of July. The only
requirement, to be a mem"We're
asking each ber of the Guild is a $5
Guild member to brin^ in ioininy fee. Mrs. DnrrtHa
' C9 * " - ?
two members," Mrs. Williams is chairperson of
Wilson said. "We're try- the drive.
ing tor a goal of 1000 In addition to the memjqj
members by July 31bership drive, the Urban
Selinda D. Hardv and
Eddie R. Cobb were y
: :?ned. Saturday. July 14 at 4?
_- ; bride's aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
lan muck, m ibi\ l-* ^
wood Drive with Evangelist
Hardy the daughter of . 0
Ms. Ophelia Hardy 2322
N. She a
graduate of Winston-Salem a
State University and is
employed by Winston- ^ I
~ Salem State's Early Childr ,/
Cobb is the son of Mr. *
and Mrs. Eddie H. Cobb of Jk
p' i M '
graduate of Pfeiffer College ' _
and. is presently a teacher
? and a coach at Mt. Airy - MrS. Eddie I
* High School. "
The bride was given in Phi Delta K
marriage by her brother
r : if 1 11
rraricisco naruy. rter ma- g || ^ g
tron of honor' was Mrs. lllSulll IN0W
Cheryl Green and her maid
of honor was Sandra Hardy. National Sojority of Phi
The bride's 'honor atten- Delta Kappa Inc. Beta
dents were Mrs. Lillie Lambda Chapter installed
Holmes. Mrs. Mary officers at a recent meeting
Alexander. Mrs. Catherine held at the home of Mrs.
:Ma^~BuTnTr~HaTdy7~aTTtl?Doris- Hartsfield~orr Nevir
- ? Mrs. Evelyn Conrad, the Wafkertown Road.
bride's aunts. 3 *Mrs. Mrs. Ann Motz was inMargaret
Bell, the ncice of ^stalled as President of the
the groom, from Greens- Chapter. She is a teacher
boro. Sara Ann Joyce, the^in the V^wiiton-Salem/
sister of the groom, from Forsyth County School Sys.
, Baltimore, Md. and tem. She is a member of
Cynthia Conrad, the cousin First Baptist Church, where
of the bride from Greens- she is affiliated with the
bqro. Selinda V. Hardy, Young Women's Progresthe
daughter of the bride sive Club. She is also a
? was a junior bride's maid. member of the National
Cobb's best man was Association of University
Thomas A. Bell, his ne- Women. Mrs. Motz sucphew
of Greensboro. ceeds Mrs. Glennie M. Hall
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ks 1000 Men
League Guild will also have the National Urban League
a special tunc! raising pro- Conference in Chicago,
ject so thai the Guild can July 1^-25. Ms. Teresa
have a float in Winston- Metcalf of Louisville. Ky.
Salem State's Homecoming will be installed as the new
Parade. Saturday October Southern Region Coordi2?.
Mrs. Shirely Faton is, nator -bv Vernon Jordan,
the chairperson of a Urban League,, President
"Homecoming Float" for during the conference,
the parade and Mrs. pirst Lady Rosalind Carter
Cleester Hickerson is an will be the guest speaker of
assistant. tttc annual Guild luncheon.
Mrs. Wilson and tour Other Guild members
members of the Urban* who will be attending the
League Guild will attend conference are Johnnie
Descendants of the David
and Sally Wrigftt Clan convened
on Saturday July 7,
and organized the David
I and Sally Wright Family.
| Turner L. Wright Sr., the
^ and his daughter Esther
* '' r Keith entertained relatives
^ and friends on the Turner
L. Wright grounds with a
f ' fpstivp fantactir "Rrino
S' W . The schedule of events
- V included a get acquainted
Kr hour, buffet dinner, and a
W family meeting,, with
ft Turner L. Wright Sr. voted
1 * Mt *n as President, Esther
Keith, secretary, Catherine
% /^KK anc* Frances Andrews,
treasuer. The evening
~f ended with a Disco with
tflDDS. John and Arrie Wright,'
V DJ'd by Bobby Hughes. FOfficers
The entire family woK^
shipped with Rev.
who held the office for foujr Benjamin Tandy, and the
years. Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Ottier officers -''Installed Church Sunday morning
were Mrs. Daisy Staten, July 8, with a farewell hour
first vice-president; Mrs. in the lower auditorium.
EleanorSpearman, second dan-leaders- in? atten?
vice-president; Mrs. Rftea ?
Hunting, secretary; Mrs. ""
Rosemond Penn, financial A
secretary; Mrs. Anna ! W
Gilliam, treasurer; Mrs. I
Olivia Bausman, dean of
pledges; Mrs. Frances
Johjpson, public relations
chairperson and Mrs.
Glennie M. Hall, executive
The group finalized plans :
for the conclave to be held
in Detroit, Mich. July '29
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McCrav. Catherine Hines. ??
Elizabeth Tillev and C.
The Guild is also plan- ? PARKWAY
ning a birthday party for REYNOLDA
the elderly at Sunrise . NORTHSIDE
Towers on September 14 or 1 __
The Ebony Fashion Fair ,
will again be sponsored by Greater^
the Guild. The date for
this year's occasion will be m
October 26. There are 65
PKan,^ CorU;,- r!:- I ChurtiHAv
i aaiiiyn I ail WUI1* M """/
testants competing EVGTy
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stival . JUN|(
dance were: Esther M. 0 [?1 A I C
Wright. Bertha GoodAnd 1 1 "Ul
John E. Wright of WinstopSalem;
Jeane C. Greene of
Richmond, Va.f Turner L.
Wright Jr., Esther Keith,
and their families from
Lanham, Md. (The Turner
Wright Clan). Walter and
Luella Wright, Elizabeth
Clement, Frances Andrews '
and Geraldine Griggs,
Hubert Wright Clan), r7Richard
and Catherine _
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WVJ WVli, WIVVBIJU, 1
Willie, Nathaniel and
Carolyn Wright, Winston- , m' "
Salem, (The Deamster _
Wright Clan). Earlene
Hairston, Vernell Williams BJP
of Winston-Salem, and
Willi*?" Wright Jr.. ^ .
Cleveland, Ohio. (The * SWIPTIWear
YfjXixe Wright Sr. Clan). # BIOUSSS
Charles Kirby, Petersburg, TODS
Fla., (The Bertha Good
"Clan). Vichi Wright (The PafltS
John E. Wright Clan). Rev. ChAr+e
and Mrs. Charles OnOiIS
Humphard of Pittsburg, # ?QQT\/Q S
Pa., Alice Reynolds and
Evelyn_Sloan, nieces of Q AV/E AT
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