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PAGE 6 Thursday December 6, 1979 THE TUSKEGEE NEWS Polk-Gandy weddin is scheduled 2, ' r A Lewis Adams School ii William H. Polk of second grader travels to a :~: Tuscaloosa and Mrs. Martha magic land called Telezonia? i~ i:-i! L. Burks of Cleveland A Tuskegee Institute High announce the engagement of ninth grader sets up his own their daughter, Susan Carol company, while a junior | Polk to Iverson Candy Jr. of explores the effects of~ Public Baton Rouge, La. communications? Susan is the granddaugh- If you are a student whose ~ ~ ~}!i ter of the late Willie Cherry teacher uses the many aids ~ ac and the late Ms. Sylvia to education from South~ mary f ' Harris of Tuscaloosa. She is Central Bell, it's possible year. i also the granddaughter of that you may do some or all -,~ The i~ the late Mr. and Mrs. Rufus of these things. ~ ~ i Polk of Greensboro. While 'Telezonia' is one I ! ~i ! ~I She is a 1976 graduate of of our oldest and most popu ~ ~ ~ ~ " ' ~ Druid High School. She is tar school programs in the ~q presently a senior at nation,' said Marsha Wood- J I Tuskegee Institute where ing, educational represents- . r she will receive a Bachelor of tire for Tuskegee area ~ Science degree in May in schools, "our 'New City ~: i Early Childhood Education. Telephone' is one of the most ':~ ~ ~ w Mr. Candy is the son of effective new kits. It helps 'i::~ ~: ~ | I~ ~ (Lc~kja il i~ Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Candy meet the student s need for ,~ ~ L~ ............... l | ~j ~f (Wh.,,t , ~i ~ Sr. nf Baton Rouge.. He is the SUSAN CAROL POLK a better understanding of ~t ~ ~ ~ ~ i# [ I ~i An i~ i ~l gra dson of the late Mr. and of Southwestern Louisiana economics." ~ m it- ~. ' N ~ ry is m ~ 1 Mrs. Jack Candy of Eutawand Southern UniversityNew City Telephone "f ea I~l and the late Mr. and Mrs. where he studied biology requires students to set up a , ~elerm ~ Willie Bell of Cypress. He is and chemistry. He is company and determine [ ~ also the great-grandson of EDUCATION AIDS-South Central Bell s Marsha Wooding, educational rei .at "mmuni !~ J ~ Ms. Sarah Bell of Tuscaloo- presently employed witll the what its financial goals will displays the many aids to education available to teachers from the company. The progra~ dren e~ Tuskegee Institute School of be and how they will be met, sa. Ms. Wooding explained, are designed to meet a variety of educational needs for students from kindergarten to t and firs I I He is a 1972 graduate of Veterinary Medicine. The wedding is planned" Then students are given graduate level, and pri l ~ Scotlandville High School. Dec. 21 at 3 p.m. in the problems to solve within " m ~he~ ..... Tt I II He attended the University Tuskegee Institute Chapel. their, companies, engineering and "Thank educational alds are evade- ~e REV. AND MRS. WILLIAM 3. SHELTON "It s an excellent program You, Please Call Again," a ble for all levels of learning, im ensif for high school economics decision-makingprogram fa- kindergarten through gra- . ~ sclo.lef!"r s Hunter- ;helto E nts told classes and is also a good busmessmiliarizing students with duateschool." / t/~i ~, . ngagem group communications exer- telephone equip-' Beyond these packaged ~J~/"~J/! cise, she noted. " ,-, ~L'L~-,,t~'~-'.rt~ I Veiled ment and serwces" and programs,. Soutii Central .[(~ ~~ Vim ~enl of Many of the kits contain teaching effective telephone offers a Business PhoneI _ ~ .at ki techniques appropriate for Trainer, a portable control [ nderg Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall ofShelane Hall graduated16 mm films, slides, / ~(~k/~I ~ad a~ business education. "Disco- unit with four fully-automa- [~~~)~., / Tuskegee announce the from Tuskegee Institute filmstrips, teacher's guides, very' ~s a color film showing tic six-button telephones. [ ~ ~.-v ~! q,~s. ~wg ~' " n 1 n '! engagement of their daugh- High School and is a senior and spirit duplicating mas- ~'~- ~ ~ v .~1.~ ~ , ~ ~ers the relationshipamong Also, it'spossible to / ~.. ~ ' ,~ . Patricia Hall is engaged to at Troy State Universityters. ' " ~a.u,s n re majoring in social rehabilita- Ms. Wooding said materi- curiosity, discovery andarrange for telephone instal- / ~?~,.=~ffi41r ,~'~! ~.,m the .... la Bessie L. Hunter and Rev. was the groom s grandm0- Sgt. Alvin Key, son of Mrs. tion counseling. She is also a sis for mentally and commumcatlon, lers to visit schools and | __ ~,~. ~.~| ge , f agamst William J. Shelton were ~her, Mrs. Doyle Shelton Bertha Key and the latemember of Mu Alpha physically handicapped stu- South Central has recent- d~scuss' equipment" and[.'~-P~~~'~~ ) ~g::P~"~f~:-'~'~'~ |~ e~ildh,,-" recently married in the and many of the groon~ Woodrow Key Sr. of Chapter. dents are available for use in game-simulationlY added threeexercisesneW ally,telephnethey eventechnlgy'climb poles,USu" ][ ~J~'~lll| ~.~~t~~-'~-~'~l~@~_.~ I1 | d. eclinin" Tuskegee Institute Chapel, church members w~i'~'i~rdaway (Mrs. Key is The future bridegroom exceptional education clas- to its educational aids to much to the delight of the /~---~~'~"~l~///k~. | ~ ,hal with Chaplain Andrew pastored, presently residing in Tuske- graduated from Pensacola ses--an area in which the Johnson officiating and Mrs. At the conclusion of the gee); and daughter Shelane High School and Troy State Bell System places speciali colleges. "Relocatmn" helps school-age audience. /| ~P~"~:~-~~'~ J ~ ~'7~e'J.7~ ~:'%q } I | ~lei~eSepasla Elizabeth.Wright directing., in .... ceremony, the bride~,, ~ :~'t Second Lt. Melvin Swain, University with a Bachelor s emphasis, t students understand the "In recognizing our re- / -"l~:,_._,r fm--..=-,,.-.u ~:- ~ ~'. |. "~e c'fil The bmde was g~ven ~ Because You re Mine. ~, ~stm of Mr. and Mrs. Mackdegree in criminal justice. In addition to Telezonia, legal, economic, moral, and sponsibility to education, we | I" "~Ar ~ FJl | s, " rike } marriage by her parents, her grOOm. . This sopram~.:~ Swain of Pensacola, Fla. He was commissioned into elementary programs in- social aspects of a corporate endeavor to serve the needs / ~ /~,~'~) ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Winzer Hunter soloist holds her B.A. deg~me Patricia Hall graduated ~ he Air Force in August and clude "Come Work with ,Us move. "Where, Do You Draw of the educatmnal" communi-,, [ ~*~'~J[~' ~ ~- m| ~ildren/al m Sr. of Rt. 2 Tuskegee. in English from Tuskegee from Tuskegee Institutewas assigned to Chanute Air in a Telephone Company, a the Line?' is an ethics-con- ty," she continued, especial- ] -- F//~ ~ w'" l(Je-sDI Mrs. Lexine Weeks was Institute and B~. degree in High Schooland is a senior Force Base in pJc~g~, career awareness program tered simulation in which ly in .those areas where we | .1P'~'~-(~) | ~ the organist and Mrs. Ruth Musicfront~t]~~~i~~te University in While at Troy, ~!i.~:~,afor early elementary stu- students make decisions have particular compe- | "'- '-" ---~ t poll, . . ,, " I~ , O,l Turner and Otis Wright Michigan. The groom ~U~[r~rsing. She is a member of member of the - =ROTC dents and "The Magic ofabout mdw]dual and corpor- tence. ] ~|~, .,.'" ate behavior. "Trebedies "I'm always happy to help l ... WITH ~,1~'[~ ~gai,. were the soloists. ThomasAssociate of Science degree Mu Alpha Chapter of Alpha Arnold Air Society and Speech," a communications Island" places students in teachers find new ways to | "' "'~~e~,mr~ti,Epide Bell of Montgomery was the in Mathematics from Alex- Kappa Alpha Inc. Gamma Beta Phi Honor skills activity to help best man and BeatriCe ander City Junior College The future bridegroom Society. students overcome speechthe roles of company adapt our programs to their 1 From Hendley's Fl~ rowed :' Wooding can be / CovermCov~rn?ognCs;_ringslCo :~ "0 be Scruggs of Tuskegee, sister and B.S. degree with a graduated from D. C. Wolfe The double wedding will disorders. :~g~.~u=~:ntcry~gtwOfi:dptrh: ne~: AL. J"rnuniz of the bride, was the matron double major in psychology High School and joined the be Dec. 22 at the Chehaw For junior high and high of honor, and social science and aArmy. He is presently AME Zion Church in schools, programs include ing of sa~ice.and return on reached at 832-9637 (call Call for Free The groomsmen Were Cornell Dickson of Detroit, bride's cousin; Winzer Hun- ter Jr., Tuskegee, bride's brother; Nesby Gibson, Tuskegee; Fred Hawkins, Birmingham; and Larry Townsend Sr., Bessemer, both bride's brothers-in-law. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Dickson, Detroit, bride's cousin; Mrs. Patrieia Gibson, Tuskegee; Mrs. Ella Dean Gordon, Atlanta; Mrs. Doris Sims, Tuskegee; and Mrs. Mildred Townsend, Bessemer, sister of the bride. The ringbearer was Baka- ri Maxwell and the flower girl was Lashonda Brown, both of Tuskegee. The hostesses for the reception held in the Martin L. King Commons Room were Mrs. Gwendolyn Hawkins, Bir- mingham, sister of the bride; Mrs. Mary Alexan- der, Ms. Dollye Catchings, Mrs. Patricia Gross, Mrs. Mary Dubose, Mrs. Sceiva Holland, Ms. Ytevia Jones, Mrs. Vera Smith, Ms. Anita Thomas, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Edell Thompson, Mrs. Josephine Walton, Mrs. Bessie Williams and Ms. Betty Williams, all of Tuskegee. The reception pianist ~as Mr. Billy Perry of Montgomery. The bride wore a frosty white floor length gown of quiana and tulle with Alencon lace, designed with a high-jeweled neckline and an empire bodice. The small mile yoke in the front and larger tulle yoke in the back were outlined with Alencon lace. The V-shaped capelet of quiana edged with Alencon lace, was attached at the shoulders of the bodice and fell into soft folds down the back to the hip level. The wrist length sleeves were adorned with insets of tulle extending from the mid-forearm to the wrist, surrounded with Alencon lace. The full-flared A-line skirt extended into a short train. The headpiece consis- ted of a half-moon shaped small cap covered with Alencon lace with a tulle train attached at the front of the cap that drayed across the cap and down the sides in soft folds reaching the fingertips as it flowed softly down tO the floor. A narrow band of Alencon lace covered all edges of the train with large motifs of Alencon lace adorning the portion of the train that framed the bride's face and extended down to the fingertips. Attending the wedding minor in military science from Troy State University at Montgomery. stationed at Ft. Benning, Ca. Tuskegee. l~ IIIII I I IIIII I I I IllIII I I 10 a.m. 'til 5 p.m Hwy 80 PORK CHOPS BEEF SPECIALS 5 lb. Box of 10 T-BONE STEAK 4 lb, box of RIBEYE STEAK 5 lb. box of 40 BEEF PATTIES 5 lb. box of 20 PEPPER PATTIES 5 lb. HAMBURGER STEAK (10 pc.) 17.99 14.99 7.99 7.99 11.99 PORK BARGAINS 5 lb. box of PORK CHOPS , i0 lb. box of PIG FEET 10 lb. box of PIG TAILS I0 lb. box of PIG EARS 10 lb. box of SPARE RIBS i0 lb. tub of CHITTERLINGS 8.99 6.bJ 6.99 11.99 7.99 POULTRY BUYS 5 lb. box of CHICKEN BREAST 5 lb. box of DRUMSTICKS 5 lb. box of THIGHS 5.99 4.99 4.49 5 lb. box of WINGS SAUSAGE 3.49 10 lb. box of SMOKED SAUSAGE $ lb. box of BEEF SAUSAGE 6 lb. box of PO USAGE 5 lb. box 3 lb. box of 14.99 7.99 12.99 8.99 4.99 5 lb. box of CUBE STEAK I|llll I II Illl I II .I II II Ill Ill II Illl II[lll 12.99 I I II "Engineers at Work," a slide investment, collect if long distance). Her 738-3182 presentation for career"With the addition of office is located at 126 0ur Warehouse is awareness in 15 areas of these,, college programs, Church St. in Montgomery.on Saturdays. 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