WEDNESDAY) JUNE 13.1973 THE TRIBUNAL AID PAGE 7 thomasville news CHURCH CALENDAR II OBITUARIES BROWN NEW CALVARY The Echoes of Eden will present one hundred women dressed in white the fourth Sunday of this month at 3; 00 p.m. at Brown New Calvary Baptist Church, 200 Doalc Street. Sister Doshie Mae Hairston of this city will be the principle speaker. The Echoes of Eden will rehearse Tuesday night of this week at 8:00 p.m. All are asked to be present and on time. Youthnited Calvaretts will rehearse every Tuesday night of each month at 7:00 p.m. except Tuesday night before the first Sunday of each month. The Youthnited Calvareletts are engaged in the Gospel Crusade For Christ Musical Extravaganza every second and fourth Saturday night of each month. No. 1 & 2 Missionaries will meet Wednesday night after the third Sunday of each month at 7:30 p.m. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Sunday, June 17, 11:00 a.m. Worship service. Afternoon - The church and choirs will journey to the Old Smith Grove Baptist Church, pastor Rev. Caldwell, to celebrate the Men’s Day Service. Saturday, June 16, Car wash and cook-out all day. Saturday night. Gospel Choir rehearsal. Monday, June 18, Senior Choir rehearsal. MRS. LAURA FARABEE WELLS Mrs. Laura Farabee Wells, 89, of 915 Culbreth Ave., died in Community General Hospital. The funeral was held at Emmanual Baptist Church by Rev. Oscar B. Cook. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Thomas-Haizlip Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. HOSPITAL QUIPS Is Your Favorite Merchant Advertising In Your Paper? WHY NOT? Ask Him 6 TON-SALEM AROUND TOWN THE SCOOP by Isaac L. Howard W3C ••••■ WflSS DID YOU BUY YOUR FOOD from a TRIBUNAL AID ADVEIITISEII ? PRETTY FEET a unique beauty cream . . . rhaf changes those dry & rough areas of skin into baby softness. Try it — you'll find PRETTY FEET is like no other. Go On . . . pamper yourself. •••••• RISING RETAIL EXECUTIVE — Mrs. Alberta Wells (L)’ the first black woman to be named a Woolworth store manager, checks receipts with (aleslady, Mrs. Betty Diamond at the ctaeek-out counter at the North Park Woolworth store in San Diego, Calif. A recent graduate of the Company’s management training program, Mrs. Wells finished the normally four-year extensive course in three years. She says, “The most Important things a woman should possess if she’s to suc ceed in retailing, are enthusiasm, pa tience and a love for talking to and working with people.” 1^ Fred P. Williams '• cs i MetroDolitan Life: SUBSCRIBE TO THE TRIBUNAL AID Plea'ip register me as a subscriber to THE TRIBUNAL AID for the following twelve months. Enclosed is my six dollars ($6.00)advanced subscription dues. I understand THE TRIBUNAL AID will be responsible for the postage cost and delivery of the paper, and that my subscription will be effective upon the receipt of this completed form. NAME ADDRESS CITY AND STATE ZIP CODE SIGNED MAIL TO: THE TRIBUNAL AID R O. Box 92i ^ High Point, N.C. 27261 For Iniormation Of Your Community And Your People, Read THE TRIBUNAL AID Every Week. It’s A Lot Of Knowledge And Information For Only 15 Cents LEWIS & STYLES FLORIST CAU 724-9956 fiilfhu 723S036 562 N. Patterson Avenue ALARM SECURITY SERVICE 725-6440 Winston Salem After a long and not too exciting vacation, here I am again! Well, what’s happened since I’ve been gone? The Aphrodities Social Club held its spring social at the Hilton Inn for about 350 swingers. I guess you know the featured band was the fabulous “Eliminators”. The Phi Delta Kappa Sorority presented its annual CinderaUa Ball at the Benton Convention. Miss Hedy Johnson was crowned queen at the gala affair. The cyclops Social Club and the Camel City Elks had their spring extravaganza which gathered guest from as far north as Canada, and as far south as Atlanta. And from informed Watergate sources, I hear that the Big Twin is going to have a Firecracker of a show on July 14th. With explosives something like the famous Manhattans out of Atlanta backed by our own talented Eliminators, with their sisters, The Gensises and the Superior Band. And these, informants are not in the mist of it all! As another preview, the Past Exalted Ruler and the Daughters under the direction of Mrs. Dorthy Pace presents their spring march, Friday, June 22. It should be something to behold! Well, that’s the local Scoop for now! IKE. . M WORRIED, DOCTOR. HE HASN'T MOANED OR COMPLAINED ONCE! " 2 CROSSWORD 8. Correct SUPPORT YOUR VOICE DEADLINE THE DEADLINE for news and pictures to appear in the TRIBUNAL AID is SATURDAY noon. Material arriving at this newspaper afterwards will be pubhshed the following week. 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