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THE TUSKEGEE NEWS Thursday, April 19, 1979 PAGE 9 Culture Youth Encounter set A Delta Culture Youth Encounter has been planned by the Social Action Committee of Delta Sigma Tlmta Sorority Alumnae Chapter. The main thrust of this encounter is to give a maximum of 120 youth club members a chance to explore historical places in the Tuskegee community and to picnic together. All food for the picnic will be, provided by the sorority. The project will be May 19 in Macon County. Members of the commit- .~ tee include Bobble Weather- ly, Vera Foster, Frankie ~:~:~:i~ Rabon, Laura Tatum, Lula Cox and Hattie Yates. Children from Russell Nursery, Kindergarten and Mont essori came Own square lasl week as part of their observance of the Week of the Young songs and rode in decorated vehicles around the square, complele with Kinder- ments were served. Montessori Mrs. Mable Fleming braled aclivi-entertained Ihe Early Child- Week of 1he hood Program with her original story, "The White quinle, from Pearl." II is a story about Instilule Ihree dogs: Angle, Tangle, Ihe direction of and Mangle, all handmade. brough~ a For Ihe nexl story hour, The trum- Mrs. Fleming will presenl Warren Dun- Ihe "Hal Slory." Revere, WillieThe Tuskegee Inslitule Slevens and High School Band, under Ihe Igs. direclion of William Brass- [tiler and Ran- field, enlertained and intro- lisp performedduced instruments to the and drums young children. The 15 piece On l he laG! ensemble played several and his numbers for lhe pre-school. Hardy, for- Four of I he band members c~f Tuskegee remembered their days in School Band, I he same nursery and Refresh kindergarl en. 300 week at ~aerai services from First Church of Bill Tracy burial in the etery, Cor- direc- iaclude three Robert How- Columbus, Thomas AUburn and Cook Jr. of 10 H. A. of Hurtsboro W. (Char- husband, Sr.,were Seed ~egee, died oUt-of-town services from the Adventist gee, with officia- la Beulah Mc- Home :lude her Lers, Mrs. Apopka, Dowdell, s' James essie A. two Thomas, Thomas, son of 119 died hospital. Fri- Baptist ' Leonza burial in ry with Service The Communtiy ServEces Administration in Washing- ton celebrated Black Hislory Monlh with several weeks of seminars, lectures, and art and musiic programs. Graciela Olivarez, CSA director, stated, "We are mtrsl fortunated lo have with us during the celebrat- ion, distinguished black historians and scholars, exhibitions of African and Afro-American Art and musical programs sho~kcas- ing black history." The opening ceremony feal ured addresses by Dr. Charles Walker Thomas, president, Association for the Study of Afro-American (News slaff photo by Stan Volt) One day the children walked to the valley on the Tuskegee Inslitute campus. There, they ran after bubbles, played tag ball, skipped, ran and rolled. A lunch was served from the front porch of the Manage- ment house. A bus and four pickup trucks were decorated wilh children's art and formed a caravan Io the downtown square. COMBINED TO GIVE YOU GREATER VALUE! Zion Church with the Rev. David Smith officiating, burial in Ft. Hull Cemetery, QUANTITY McKenzie Funeral Home RIGHTS directing. RESERVED Survivors include hus- PmCES GOOD WED.APRIL la THRU TUE. APRIL 24, 1979 band, Charles Smith; two daughters, Linda and Loret- SALT CHUNK WHITe MEAT ta Smith; two sons, James STREAK OF and Paul Smith, all of Bronx; mother, Mrs. Fannie White- LEAN head, father Rozell White- SEASONEOTO PLEASE head, both of Tuskegee; one ZEIGLER ,:Koz $ql 3 9 granddaughter; three sis- WIENERS i ters, Mrs. Janie Smith, OLD FASHION BY THEPIECE Tuskegee, Carolyn Jacobs, CHUNK $119 Bronx, Mrs. Frances Wylon, BOLOGNA LB Mr. Vernon, N.Y.; three brothers, James Whitehead, OCEAN..:. $46 9 Paskill, N.Y., Rozell White- FILLETS LB. head Jr. White Plains, N.Y. VARIETY MEATS and Benjamin Whitehead, PORK LIVER & Yonkers, N.Y.; two aunts, FEET La. Mrs. Gertrude Ligon, Mrs. IOWA BEEF Ruth Brown, both of Tuskegee. SHORTBEEFRIBSLB. S169 ROCEALE BOYD Roceale Boyd of Rt. 1 Shorter died recently in the VA Medical Center. Funeral services were last week from New Hope No. 1 Baptist Church with Rev. F. Chappell officiating, burial in Tysonville Cemetery with Burton's Funeral Home directing. )be son, of aunt, a ~OSs, Michi- Neva Smith of ttly. A.M.E. REUNION GIFT-President L. H. Foster receives a $10,088 Tuskegee Institute Founder's Day Class Reunion gift from 1954 Class Agent Willie Strain, who represented six classes. Pictured from left are Ernestine Grimmett, class ,: i Life and History; Elaine F. Thomas, Tuskegee Insti- tute: Mrs. B. Hooks Martin, president, Marlin Enler- prises; and William W. Allison, CSA depuly direc- t or. An exhibit saluling the cenlennial of Tuskegee Inslilule and fealuring the accomplishments of Dr. George Washinglon Carver, crealed by Mrs. Elaine Thomas, was viewed by many persons in t he Washingt on area. The seminar feat ured lectures and discussions: Ambassador Francis Dennis )f Liberia, "The Rela~ion- ship Between Afro-Ameri ; I -- of 1974; Willie Strain, 1954; Foster; Sceiva Adams Holland, 1964; Bessie Hunter, 1969; Scottie O'Neal Lee, 1949; and Mary Hicks, 1959. Total alumni Founder's Day gifts amounted to $32,348.63. cans and Liberia"; The Billy Taylor Trio, "Origins and Expressions of Blacks in I~he Polit ical Process"; Professor Ivan Van Ser~ina, Ru~gers Universily, "They Came Before ColumbiaThe Afri- can Presence in Per- Columbian American". "Tradi~i,:)nal and Comtem. Haki Madhubuti, author, p-rary Africa As Seen publisher, Third World TAr-ugh Arl"; Dorolhy Press, "The Developmenl of Heighl. president, National 20~h Century Black Lilera- Council .f Negro Women; lure";. Kwafu Ofori-Ansa,"The Role of the Black Museum of African Art, Woman in Afro-American His~-rv." Alphonso White receives medal Sgt. Alphonso R. White, whose wife, Bobble, lives in Auburn, recently was pre- sented the Good Conduct Medal in Giebelstadt, Ger- many. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mira White, live on Route 3, Tuskegee. The medal, established in 1941, is awarded on a selective basis for those who distinguish themselves from among their fellow military personnel through exempla- ry conduct, efficiency and fidelity during their active military service. White received the award while assigned as a squad leader with the 67th Air m Defense Artillery in Giebel- stadt, Germany. He entered the Army in January 1972. White is a 1971 graduate of D. C. Wolfe High School, Shorter. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mira White, live on Route 3, Tuskegee. 300 East Southside St. Open Mon. - Fri., 8-7 p.m. Sat.,8 - 8 p.m. FOOD i FRESH WHOLE BAGGED 7 a.m.-7 p.m. LEAN MEATY 3 TO 5 LB. AVE. LEAN MEATY 3 TO 5 LB. AVG. THRIFTY FOR FRYING AND SEASONING BACON 3-LB. BOX TIDE FROSTY ACRES 15 49-OZ. BOX JUICE Survivors include his wife, LIMIT 1 WITH $10 00 OR MORE ORDER Mrs. Fannie G. Boyd, 10-LB. 12-OZ. Shorter; two daughters, BAG CANS Mrs. Gloria B. Hall, Shorter, HUNT'S YELLOW CLING HALVES & SLICES 29*OZ R ] TZ EVEFffRESR Mrs. Rosetta B. Melton, PEACHES CAN 77 __. DOUGHNUTS 99 Miami; three sons, Sgt. LUCK'S RLACKEY[0 q 17-oz ~t rtn FROSTY SEAS Rosell Boyd, Harold & PEAS W/PORK ,. CANS I.UU t FISH STICKS N.oz Bertrad Boyd, all of Miami; suNsmE W/S00TS ~XO 70 15-OZ five sisters, Mrs. Glennie TURNIPS 3 CANS $1.00 FROSTY ACRESOHOPPEO Mae Phillips, Mrs. Mabel CHEF O0Y-AR-OEE W/,EAT SALTS BROCCOLI Perry, Shorter, Mrs. Victor- SPAGHETTI ,S-OZcAN 6g 12-OZ R0sc0 T,,N ,-oz S,, LAC L,0U,0 SPAGHETTI Ko. 31 ia Lane, Mrs. Annie R. FORMULA ,~-oz 75C CANS ~E~L00~S CAH Langford, New Haven, FRESCS'S ' LIMIT 10 WITH $10 O0 OR MORE ORDER RICE KRISPIES ~oz. Ro,, 57 Conn., Mrs. Obelia Smith, MUSTARD ,-oz 33C PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK JAR Cleveland, Ohio; three ALAOACASE PANCAKE MIX ,s-oz. 63 brothers, Clarence Boyd, SYRUP ,6-OZBTL 7gc SUNS.,SEHYOR0X Orange, N. J., Samuel Boyd, J,FF S.00T. , -oz NORTHERN BATHROOM COOKIES ,,,, Jr., Palmer Boyd, New PEANUT BUTTER JAR g3 Rox Haven; 16 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. ] MILLARD STORY FLORIDA : i Millard F. Story of RL. 1 ORANG 4-ROLL Shorter died last week in a PKG. local hospital. Funeral servi- 4 :~" -~ /~ "\ ces were Friday from i: " LIMIT 1 WiTH $110 00 OR MORE ORDER ........ People's Funeral Home ~~#~s t'~t Chapel with the Rev. E.P. 5-LB. JOHN MORRELL a-oz. Philpot officiating, burial in B, o P U R E L A R D .K o. Pleasant Spring Cemetery. Survivors include the CRISP wife, Mrs. Carrie Lee Story, CELERY EACH 29C KRAFT SLICEO AMERICAN Shorter; two step-daugh- YELLOW q-lB. SINGLES ,.or ters, Mrs. Louise Nail, ONIONS 3.LBs,a 69C CAN KRAFT PKG.$I.|5 Tuskegee and Mrs. Bertha F,~S. CTN , 89 James, Shorter; two adop- LEMONS 12FOR 89 ONION DiP ted sons, Jeffery Lee Story IDA RED LIBBY,S and Anthony K. Story, beth of Shorter; five sisters, Mrs. APPLES Mary A. Key, Shorter, Mrs. Rosie B. Slappy, Mrs. Louise Sabiamente, Mrs. Geneva 8-OZ. Harris and Mrs. Lillian Ellis, a-LB. .~ all of Detroit; two brothers, BAG JARS .._ 'm~ CANS Ralph Story, Cleveland, and Virgil Story, Shorter.