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1913 to 1986
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Folder of materials from the Mabel Hoggard Papers (MS-00565) -- Personal papers file. This folder contains event programs, "Going For The Gold: The Story of Black Women in Sports" booklet by Ken Bently (a gift to J. David & Mabel W. Hoggard, not digitized in its entirety), "Pictorial Souvenir Book of the Pennsylvania State Federation of Women's Clubs, Inc." (not digitized in its entirety), and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Theta Theta Omega Chapter 1988 "BLAC-tivities" calendar.

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man000673. Mabel Hoggard Papers, 1903-2011. MS-00565. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada. http://n2t.net/ark:/62930/d12r3s809

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MADISON'S
KINDERGARTEN
CLOSING
EXERCISE
| MADISON
ii SIX\iT H GsRA rDvE CENTi ER
! TUESDAY, JUNE 3.1986
\ . 1:30 P. M
"We Are The Future"
Madison
Sixth Grade Center
Presents
The Class Of
Nineteen Hundred
And Eighty-Six
MADISON SIXTH GRADE CENTER
1986 KINDERGARTEN CLASS
ALLEN, James E.
BANKS, La Tasha N.
BASS, Candice L
BRADFORD, Kwala E.
BRASS, Tammie R.
BROWN, Count S.
BURKS, Dannika
BUTLER, Niesha R.
CHERRY, Shamekia S.
CHRISTIAN, Maisha
COOPER, Jerome A.
CROFFET, Kimberly C.
DAVIS, Pauline M.
DE BRUCE, William M.
DE JOHNETTE, Nicholas L.
DENSON, Rosco A.
EASON, Jacqueline D.
EWELL, Anthony D.
HALL, DeMarko L.
HARDWICK, Tiona S.
HARPER, Chandra A.
HARRIS, Alvin Jr.
HARRIS, Danielle L.
HARVEY, Curtis D.
HEARON, Alicia M.
HENRY, Jessica J.
HOPKINS, La Don P.
JACKSON, Antrisha L.
JACKSON, Byron B.
JACKSON, Eddie L.
JACKSON, Jason T.
JACKSON, Jermain D.
JAMES, Cornelius III
JENKINS, Syeeda L.
JOHNSON, Curtis E.
JOHNSON, Felicia L.
JONES, Keyshie H.
JORDAN, Chad E.
JORDAN, Leayana N.
KELLY, Franco
KELLY, Valdez
KENT, Amisha S.
KEY, Raeshauna S.
KING, Ledextric D.
LOLAR, Ekaya E.
MC GILBRA, Joseph E. Jr.
MC COY, Jay B.
MC CULLAH, Taniel E.
MC HENRY, Asha L.
MONTGOMERY, Jarmarcus D.
MOORE, Michael S.
PARSON, Latoyshia S.
PARSON, Willena T.
PORTER, Charles
REDIC, Eboney S.
REED, Denice R.
REEVES, Shuntu R.
SHARP, Taji A.
SMITH, Jawarra D.
SMITH, Natasha R.
SMITH, Jermaine
STAMPLEY, Jacinda K.
STATEN, Anthony M.
STEWART, Corey L.
STOWERS, Ebony L.
SYKES, Tyesha L.
SYNAGOGUE, Corey T.
TAYLOR, Matthan L.
TURNER, Dekiedra
WADE, Marvin D.
WASHINGTON, Tiffany L.
WATSON, Kenneth E.
WEBB, Charles L.
WEEMS, Ebony L.
WELLS, Ericka D.
WHITE, Thurman B.
WILLIAMS, Andrea L.
WILLIAMS, Camilie A.
WILLIAMS, Carletta L.
WILLIAMS, David
WILLIAMS, Dennis A. II
WILLIAMS, Jamille A.
WILLIAMS, Lawrence
WILLIAMS, Letecia M.
WILLIAMS, Lillie A.
WILSON, Dozzetta V.
WOOTEN, Dietrich D.
SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISE
Pomp and Circumstance March Mrs. Barbara Brown
Mistress of Ceremonies Mrs. French
Flag Salute Tammie Brass
Nicholas DeJohnette
Asha McHenry
Corey Synagogue
Naisha Christian
Invocation Mrs. Butler
Song: "That's What Friends Are For" Class of 86
Welcome Mrs. Toland
Solo: "The Greatest" Ms. Georgia Hardeman
Poem: "We Can Make The Difference" Class of '86
Introduction of Speaker Mrs. Carson
Speaker Mrs. Butler
Song: "We Are The World" Class of 86
Presentation of Diplomas/Awards Dr. Hawley
Ms. Watts
Mr. Tisdale
Presentations Mrs. Hoggard
Song: "Home Means Nevada" Class of '86
Remarks Dr. Hawley
Recessional Mrs. Barbara Brown
COMMITTEES
PROGRAM:
Ms. Preston, Chairperson; Ms. Carson, Co-Chairperson
DECORATIONS:
Ms. Logan, Chairperson; Ms. Watts, Mr. Golden,
Mr. Tisdale, Mr. Cotton, Ms. Donna Logan,
Ms. Chapman, and Mr. David Cox
ATTIRE:
Mrs. Cleveland and Ms. Watts
INVITATIONS:
Mrs. Hoggard
DIPLOMAS:
Ms. Preston and Ms. Butler
MUSIC:
Mrs. Hoggard
REFRESHMENTS:
Mrs. Cleveland, Chairperson; Ms. Watts, Ms. Carson,
Ms. Wells, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Eason and Mrs. Synagogue
COORDINATORS:
Mrs. Hoggard, Chairperson; Ms. Logan and Ms. Watts
FROM THE
KINDERGARTEN CLASS OF 1986
TO: DR. HAWLEY, DR. WILLIAMS, MRS. SPICER,
MRS. MORGAN, MRS. AX, MRS. TOLAND
AND MRS. FRENCH.
A special thanks for making this year a success.
TO OUR PARENTS:
Thank you for your love, understanding, guidance,
care and patience. We owe it all to you.
TO OUR TEACHERS:
Thanks for helping us push towards excellence.
TO OUR OFFICE STAFF:
MRS. JOHNSON, MRS. WILLIAMS, MRS. VAN CLEVE,
MRS. SMITH AND MRS. TROXLER.
We appreciate your kind words, thoughts, and deeds.
TO OUR FRIENDS:
MR. GOLDEN, MS. DONNA LOGAN, MS. HARDEMAN,
MRS. BROWN, MR. DAVID COX, MRS. WATKINS,
MS. LINDA CHAPMAN, MRS. GLOVER, MR. COTTON
AND OTHERS.
You're the greatest!
We can
make the difference
As children of the world
We are learning every day
Preparing for the future
Which we hope will be okay!
We can make things better
A new world for all to see.
A place where we can grow up
In peace and harmony!
NATIONAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH
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PROGRAMS SPONSORED B Y: H'tmian ' Kvtutians ' ('(„(,
CLARK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BLACK HISTORY OBSERVANCE PROGRAM
February 15, 1984 10:45 a.m.
Welcome Dr. Paul Meacham, Pres.
Clark County Community College
Invocation Rev. Willie Davis, Pastor
Second Baptist Church
The Black National Anthem Lift Every Voice and Sing
Ms. Linda Coleman
Deep River Ms. Linda Coleman
Introduction of Speaker Honorable June Whitley
Board of Regents
Sub-Division A
Speaker Dr. O. C. Bobby Daniels
Dean of Student Services,
University of Nevada,
Las Vegas
Topic: ... Transcendental Spirituality of Black People
He is That Kind of Friend Ms. Linda Coleman
Recognition of
Outstanding Black Community Leaders Dr. Paul Meacham
Acknowledgements Kaiim Daids, Pres.
Human Relations Club
Benediction Rev. Willie Davis
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LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING
Lift every voice and sing
Till earth and heaven ring,
Ring with the harmonies of Liberty.
Let our rejoicing rise
High as the listening skies;
Let it resound loud as the rolling sea.
Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us.
Sing a song full of the hopes that the present has brought us.
Facing the rising sun of our new day begun,
Let us march on till victory is won.
Stony the road we trod,
Bitter the chastening rod,
Felt in the days when hope unborn had died;
Yet with a steady beat,
Have not our weary feet
Come to the place for which our fathers sighed?
We have come, treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered,
Out of the gloomy past.
Till now we stand at last
Where the white gleam of our bright star is cast.
God of our weary years,
God of our silent tears,
Thou who has brought us thus far on the way,
Thou who has by Thy might
Led us into the light.
Keep us forever in the path, we pray.
Lest our feet stray from the places, our God, where we met Thee,
Lest our hearts, drunk with the wine of the world, we forget Thee,
Shadowed beneath Thy hand,
May we forever stand;
True to our God,
True to our native land.
LYRICS: James Weldon Johnson
MUSIC: H. Rosemond Johnson
FACULTY ADVISORS: CLUB MEMBERS:
Thomas Brown Patricia Butler
Dave Hoggard Fred Hymes
Cornilius Boyd Cecillia Carroll
Don Cullison Kaiim Daids
Autumn Keyes Ita LaVonne Moton Kimtari Fortson Tonya Fortson
Adele Johnson Cynthia Taylor
Lillie Williams
Dorothy Perkins Louella Reed
Mary Williams
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime
whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United
States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
A Speciai
Umiei&ug
James R. Dickinson Library
Wednesday, December 16, 1981
7:30 p.m.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
1M JH. Axekod
Todd M. Axelrod, executive vice
president and principal owner of
J. David Securities stock brokerage in
Las Vegas, and president of TMA
Industries, Inc., has loaned James R.
Dickinson Library at UNLV one of
three original copies of the Thirteenth
Amendment to the United States
Constitution. Signed by President
Abraham Lincoln on February 1,
1865, the document accomplished
the emancipation of the slaves, a
deed Lincoln had begun two years
earlier with his Emancipation
Proclamation.
Mr. Axelrod, a 32-year-old native of Brooklyn, N.Y., acquired the
Thirteenth Amendment from a well-known collector and dealer in
rare, valuable documents, adding it to his impressive collection of
original signed manuscripts, documents, letters, photographs and
autographs. Mr. Axelrod has founded the Nevada Museum of
Historical Documents to display the collection as works of art.
A young man who started his own investment business while
attending New York University, and who subsequently became
senior vice president of Bache Halsey Stuart Shields, Inc. and vice
president of Blyth Eastman Dillon, Inc. investment firms, as well as a
successful stock broker in several other major firms, Mr. Axelrod has
made a hobby of building a collection of documents, of which the
Thirteenth Amendment is the capstone.
His collection includes finely framed, signed photographs of
Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy;
and a series of documents — each accompanied by photos and
signatures — beginning with an invitation to the Nixon/Agnew
inauguration (signed by the president and vice president),
extending to Nixon's resignation, and ending with President Gerald
Ford's pardon of Nixon, The documents cover the unusual, such as
a love note written in Morse code and signed by wireless telegraph
developer Guglielmo Marconi; the humorous, like an autographed
photo of the original Three Stooges; the revealing, like a personal
letter from George Bernard Shaw to a friend, indicating the
dramatist's strong pro-Nazi sentiments during World War II; and the
historic, like the unpaid note for 3,000 pounds sterling issued to
American Revolution financier Haym Salomon by the revolutionary
government.
Mr. Axelrod believes his copy of the Thirteenth Amendment, which
will be displayed in the campus library for six months, to be the one
originally owned by Lincoln, because it is signed by more of the
senators and representatives who approved it than either the copy
now stored in the National Archives or the one owned by another
private collector.
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On January 1, 1863, with the Union and Confederate armies
locked in what was obviously becoming a devastating, protracted
war, President Abraham Lincoln issued his Emancipation
Proclamation, freeing slaves held in all states and regions in
rebellion against the Republic,
Lincoln agonized over the wording of his proclamation for
months, and hopes ran high among the abolitionists in 1862 that
the President would act on the slavery question. Their hopes leapt
like fanned flames when, on September 22, Lincoln issued a
preliminary proclamation warning the rebel states of his intention to
free their slaves in one hundred days unless they ceased their
rebellion against the Union.
The one hundred days passed, and Lincoln's attempt to bring the
war to an early end failed. On January 1, a large number — but by
no means all — of the slaves in America were technically freed by
presidential proclamation.
It was two years later on February 1, 1865, when Lincoln signed
the document that, after ratification by three-fourths of the States,
abolished slavery in America for all time.
The Thirteenth Amendment made constitutional law of what had
already been accomplished in fact nearly everywhere in the Union.
But approval of the measure was not unanimous in Congress;
debate on several versions of the proposed amendment was long
and bitter.
Public sentiment in many quarters at the time demanded that
freedom be granted the slaves, not by legally questionable
presidential proclamation, nor by legislation, but by constitutional
law. It was in this atmosphere that Representative James M. Ashley
of Ohio on December 14, 1863, offered a resolution that was
worded almost exactly as was the Thirteenth Amendment in its final
ratified text. On January 11, 1864, Senator Henderson of Missouri
offered in the Senate a resolution for abolition.
These resolutions and subsequent motions to the same effect met
with strong opposition from those congressmen who believed that
decisions on slavery were the prerogatives of the States.
The Senate finally passed an abolition resolution on April 8, 1864,
and it was immediately sent to the House, where it failed to receive
the necessary two-thirds majority before the legislative session
ended on June 15.
in the interim between the two sessions of the Thirty-eighth
Congress, the Union began to make significant progress in the war,
the Republican party made gains in a Congressional election, a
movement for freedom had begun in the border states, and
Lincoln was given strong public support in his reelection.
When Congress reconvened in January, Lincoln recommended
that the House reconsider its vote on the proposed amendment,
making it clear that the recent election virtually guaranteed the
Thirty-ninth Congress would approve the measure if the present
body failed to do so.
Representative Ashley called up his motion for consideration on
January 6, 1865, and it was passed on January 31. Lincoln signed it
the next day, and the Thirteenth Amendment was added to the
Constitution on December 18, 1865, after ratification by the
legislatures of three-fourths of the States.
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By Ken Bentley

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC
THETA THETA OMEGA CHAPTER
Service With A Global Perspective
BLAC-tivities 1988
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TTizs Month: Sickle Cell Mass Screening (15,16)
Sickle Cell Dedication and Appreciation (31)
Thought for the month: Good habits are built on good
beginnings. JANUARY <AJ»HJCOKN
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
DECEMBER
S M T W T F S
FEBRUARY
S M T W T F S 1 2
12 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Brenda Ramadan
Davan L. Weddle
Yolanda Arrington
O MOON ^ 4
Leilani Roundtree
Iris Balmes
Olivia Williams
5
Angela Brown
6
William Brown
John Palmer
7 8 9
10 11 3 LAST QUARTER ^ 13 14 15 MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR'S
BIRTHDAY
16
Samone Davis Tiffany Ann Ortiz Cranford Crawford, Jr.
ALPHA KAPPA
ALPHA SORORITY
FOUNDED HOWARD
UNIVERSITY 1908
17 18 MARTIN LUTHER
KING, JR.
BIRTHDAY
OBSERVANCE
Q NEW MOON ^ 20 21 22 23
Brandi Richard
Lakeisha Dowdell
Carol Threats Eboni Richard
\Ransom Rockwood II \ 24 J) FIRST QUARTER 26 27 28 29 30
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SI \ .X. Michael Brown \
Shonda Crable
Jauntille Preston
Jonathon Preston Natasha Terlitsky
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This Month: Black History Month
Thought for the month: Love is something that you give,
not something that you take. FEBROARV AQUARIUS
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 GROUNDHOG DAY 3 4
j \ Flo & Eddie Gray, Jr.
Ella Madison
5 6
Henry Hunter
7
Kenneth Knight
Mrs. Larsenia B. Cain
8
Mike Bailey
9
Roxie A. Witt
][ 0 11
Marcella McNair
12
LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY
Candace Brewer
13
AKA HOMECOMING
14 VALENTINE'S DAY 15 WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY
OBSERVANCE
16 17 ASH WEDNESDAY
18
Kisha Randolph
19
Bill Williams
Cella Williams
20
21 22 WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY
23 24 25 26 27
28
Charles S. Ferrell
29
Jonathan Witt
JANUARY
S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31
MARCH
5 M T W T F S
12 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
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This Month: Sickle Cell Membership Kickoff
AKA Disco
Thought for the month: Learn from the mistakes of
others — you can't live long enough to make them all
yourself. MARCH PISCES
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1
8 10 11 12
Kenneth White Devontia Atkinson Mabel W. Hoggard
Margaret Crawford
Dr. William W. Sullivan Donna Randall
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ST. PATRICK'S DAY
AKA REGIONAL CONFERENCE
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27
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21 22 23 € 24 25 26
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28 29 30 31
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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Do a wonderful thing for yourself and your loved ones.
PROTECT YOUR HEALTH.
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Get a regular breast check-ups as recommended by the American Cancer Society:
35 years — First mammograph.
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Over 50 years — Yearly mammograph.
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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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12 3 4 5
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11
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Marques Threats
12
Sharlyn Ruth Ortiz
April M..Harris
13
Ann Randall
14 15 U.S. INCOME TAX DUE 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
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Duane Watson K. Fleeta McNair Carolyn J. Kirkpatrick
24 25 26 27
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28
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BLAC-tivities 1989
The BLAC-tivities Calendar and Directory will be sponsored annually by
Theta Theta Omega Chapter
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC.
as a community service project.
Office Hoyft By
Appointment 702/369-7210
Kimble McNair II MD
OB-GYN
INFERTUTY
SUITE 675
3006 S. MARYLAND PARKWAY LAS VEGAS. NEVADA 89 1 09
Plan now to begin long range planning for enclosure of your
community service activities in the 1989 Edition of BLAC-tivities.
Let the community know WHO, WHAT and WHEN
your activities are scheduled!
PLAN! SHARil INFORM!
Rosa McNair
Thought for the month: Don't drive as if you own the
road; drive as if you own the car. MAV T A I I t t S
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Veoletta Hubbard
Rosa McNair
Dorothy Roberts
Maya Thomas
Nedra Cooper-Scott
Raashad Thomas
Derrick George, Jr.
8 MOTHER'S DAY 9 10 11 12 13 14
Sharmayne Arrington
J. W. Witt
Angela Marx
Catherine Brewer
Lorayne Douglass
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Raymond Tippens Marlin Hooks Jacqueline Elise Brown Florence Pittman
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Clarice Taylor Beatrice Harris
M. G. Crawford
Ina Dorman
29 30
MEMORIAL DAY
AKA Local Chapter
Chartered 1965
31 APRIL
S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 II 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
JUNE
S M T W T F S
12 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30
Congratulations. . .and Good Luck to
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
Denise M. Lightford, ESQ.
lb The lovely ladies of
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC.
ARTHUR L. WILLIAMS, JR.
General Counsel
Reynolds Electrical & Engineering Co., Inc.
Katherine Joseph Jones
Babe Kincaid
I rma Henry
CONTRACT OR INDIVIDUAL SEWING
ALTERATIONS » MONOQRAMMINQ
CLOTHES REMODELED • SEWING CLASSES
820 W. Bonanza Rd. Suite C
Las Vegas, NV 89106
(702) 646-0414
R. BEVERLY
TAX & BOOKKEEPING SERVICES
All you need to know about taxes
Sheri Beverly
Tax Specialist
2401 W. Bonanza • Suite M • Office: 646-0207
W870-3030
.JONES BLVD. at Oobey
CWl
OPEN 7 DAYS
JV/[C£?olj
Your Full Service Flower Shop
Weddings, Parties, Etc.
Fresh Flowers
: Silks ._ ' '
Plants
Trees
Owner: Freddie McRoy Manager: Jo Ann Johnson
1020 West Owens L.V. Nev. 89102 Phone 702-647-1087
INTENSIVE AUTO CARE
By George
Complete Car Care • Hand Washing
Waxing and Polishing Pie Armstrong
SPCCWUZING IN
CUT. CURL, RtLflMRS
By Appointment Only
BEEPER 795-9710
642-7453 4825 West Flamingo Road, Suite 8
las Vegas, Nevada 89103 • (702) 367-3930
This Month: Miss Black Teenage Nevada Pageant
Thought for the month: Happiness is not a station at
which you arrive, but a manner in which you travel JUNE GEMLYI
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
Dwight and Ina Dorman
9 10 11
Mary Carr
Tracy M. Williams
Wyton Ward
12
CHILDREN'S DAY
13 14 FLAG DAY 15 16 17 18
Sami Randolph
j\ Mildred & Randolph Mathews
James W. Tyree, Sr.
Carmen Y. Williams
Lois T. Ice
Myron Harris Sam Rudder
Washington Thompson
Maryon Hebert Oscar Knight
19
FATHER'S DAY
20
Summer begins
21 22 23 24 25
j\ Sandra and Larry Thomas
james Brown Andrew R. Dilworth
Deldre Carr
Erica Henderson
j\ James and Coretha Crafton
Victoria Arrington
j\ Carol and Cleandrew Threats j\ Cazine and William Little
26 27
Valerie Bailey
28
Irma McCoy
Lois E. Bolden
29 30
j\ 'Thelma and Jame: Tyree
Terrell Green
MAY
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
JULY
S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
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RANCHO FLORISTS & GIFTS
2401 N. Bonanza
702-648-0098
(702) 642-2252
COSMETICS
&ccicta<
Professional Beauty Consultant
320 Lance Avenue North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Telephone: (702) 796-7971
Renu Jain, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Diplomats, American Board of Pediatrics
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Office Hours
By Appointment
3006 Maryland Parkway
Suite 400
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
JOIN THE FIGHT
FOR FREEDOM
JOIN THE NAACP
WOMEN IN HISTORY
SOJOURNER TRUTH
Orator
She began life as Isabella, but lived it as
Sojourner Truth ... the first Black woman to
speak out against slavery. Her proclamations of
liberty throughout the land gave courage and
hope to her people.
LORRAINE HANSBERRY
Playwright
Her name must rank high on the list of Black
literary greats. With the Broadway opening of
her play, "A Raisin in the Sun, came
immediate critical acclaim. The world regrets
that she died too young and too soon
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY
poetess
This frail little slave girl became one of the
literary giants of her day (1753-1784)
With her poetry, she won widespread
admiration, freedom and fame.
MARIAN ANDERSON
Singer
Marian Anderson was the first Black singer to
sing at the Metropolitan opera House; however,
she was barred from constitution Hall in
Washington, D.C. in 1939, resulting in Mrs. F.D.
Roosevelt's resignation from the DAR in protest.
She later sang in Constitution Hall. Marian
Anderson proved that talent, courage, and
humanity are stronger than any barriers.
BEVERLY A. NEYLAND, M.D.
PEDIATRICS
702) 385-7136
2200 So. RANCHO DRIVE
SUITE 218
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89102
* , *
TASTY CABBAGE AND TOMATOES
2 tbsp. bacon drippings 1 small onion, chopped
1 tbsp. chopped green pepper 1 cup canned tomatoes
3 cups coarsely shredded cabbage
Vi tsp. sugar
undrained and chopped
VI tsp. salt
Heat bacon drippings in a heavy skillet: add onion and green pepper, saute until
tender. Add tomatoes; cook vegetables over medium heat 5 minutes, stirring often. Stir
in remaining ingredients: cover. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. NOTE: Also
good without tomatoes. Add Mrs. Dash Seasoning for extra zip.
Vi cup soft butter or margarine
11/2 cup sugar
3 tbsp. flour
dash of nutmeg
BUTTERMILK PIE
3 eggs
1 cup buttermilk
1 tsp. each of vanilla, lemon and
butter extract
Cream butter and sugar; add flour and eggs; then buttermilk, extracts ana nutmeg.
Pour into a 9-inch unbaked pastry shell. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until
center stops shaking.
CAL-RECIPES
Disk 66a—Brewer, part two of calendar
STUFFED ZUCCHINI
4 med. zucchini Vi cup Italian breadcrumbs
Vi lb. hot Italian sausage VA cup grated Parmesan cheese
VA cup diced onion 1/2 cup shredded Mozzarella
1 clove garlic, crushed cheese
Cook zucchini in boiling water, cover 10 minutes: drain. Let cool to touch. Cut zucchini
in half lengthwise: scoop out pulp leaving Vt inch shells. Place shells in a lightly
greased 13x9x2 inch baking dish. Mash pulp: drain well and set aside. Remove casinos
from sausage. Cook sausage, onion and garlic in a skillet until sausage is browned.
Stirring to crumble meat, drain well. Combine sausage mixture, zucchini pulp,
breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese: mix well. Spoon sausage mixture into zucchini
shells: bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Sprinkle with shredded mozzarella cheese:
bake at 350 degrees for an additional 5 minutes.
ROXIE'S HOT ROLLS
6 cups all-purpose flour 3 eggs
3 pkgs. dry yeast 1 cup hot water
VA cup Crisco 3 tsp. salt
3/4 cup sugar 1 cup lukewarm water
Mix hot water and Crisco. Stir until dissolved. Add sugar and salt. Set aside. Mix yeast
in lukewarm water. Slightly beat eggs. When shortening mixture is lukewarm. Add eggs
then yeast mixture. Mix flour in a little at a time. Cover with wax paper, then a cloth.
Refrigerate for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight. Remove from refrigerator. Knead on
well ftoured board. Rool out and cut. Let rise V/i to 2 hours. Bake 15 minutes at
375 degrees.
SIMPLE CRAB QUICHE
8 oz. crab meat, flaked 2 cups half-and-half
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese Vi tsp. salt
Vs cup minced green onion dash red pepper
1 tbsp. minced fresh parsley 4 eggs, beaten
Line a 9 inch quiche dish or deep-dish pie plate with pastry. Trim excess around edges.
Prick bottom and sides of pastry with a fork, take at 425 degrees for 5 minutes. Cool.
Sprinkle crabmeat, cheese, green onions, and 1 'ablespoon parsley evenly into pastry
shell. Combine eggs, half-and-half, salt, and red pepper, stirring well: pour over
crabmeat mixture. Bake at 325 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes or until set. Let stand 10
minutes before serving.
WILD AND DIRTY RICE
1 cup chopped celery
VA cup chopped green pepper
3 cloves garlic, minced
3 tbsp. chopped parsley
5 green onions, chopped
1 large onion, chopped
Vi cup olive oil
13/4 cups uncooked wild rice
Vi cups uncooked long grain rice
VA tsp. cayenne pepper
2 (4 oz.) cans sliced mushrooms
drained
4 cups hot chicken broth
11/2 cup finely chopped cooked
chicken giblets
Vi cup slivered almonds,
toasted
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. black pepper
Vi tsp. poultry seasoning
Saute vegetables in olive oil until tender: add remaining ingredients. Pour into a lightly
greased 3-quart casserole. Cover and bake at 250 degrees for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
MARINATED ASPARAGUS
Vi cup olive oil
11/2 tbsp. chopped parsley
tbsp. chopped pimento
tsp. salt
hard-cooked egg, sieved
2 lbs. fresh asparagus spears
Vt, cup tarragon vinegar
11/2 tbsp. sweet pickle relish 2
1 tbsp. chopped fresh chives Vi
dash pepper 1
Parsley sprigs
Remove tough ends of asparagus. Remove scales from stalks. Cook asparagus, covered
in boiling salted water 6 to 8 minutes until tender — crisp; drain. Combine oil, vinegar,
parsley, pickle relish, pimiento, chives, salt and pepper in a jar; cover tightly and
shake. Place asparagus in a shallow container; pour marinade over spears. Cover and
chill at least 2 hours. Drain off marinade; arrange on serving platter. Garnish with
sieved egg and parsley sprigs.
COMPANY CHICKEN CORDON BLEU
8 chicken breast halves 4 (1 oz.) slices cooked ham
skinned and boned cut in half
VA tsp. salt 4 (1 oz.) slices Swiss cheese
VA tsp. white pepper cut in half
2 eggs, beaten VI C all-purpose flour
1 C milk V/3 C fine dry breadcrumbs
Vegetable oil Mushroom Sauce (optional)
Place each piece of chicken between 2 sheets of wax paper: flatten to VA inch
thickness using a meat mallet or rolling pin. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Combine
eggs and milk: brush both sides of chicken pieces with milk mixture. Place a piece of
ham and a piece of cheese in center of each chicken piece. Brush top of cheese slices
with milk mixture. Fold ends over ham and cheese: roll up. Beginning with long side.
Secure with wooden picks. Dredge chicken in flour: dip in remaining milk mixture and
coat well with breadcrumbs. Cover and chill 1 hour. Heat V2 inch oil in a heavy skillet:
add chicken. Pan fry over medium heat 20 minutes or until golden brown. Turning
frequently. Drain well. Serve with Mushroom Sauce, if desired.
MUSHROOM SAUCE
1 (10 3/4 oz.) can mushroom soup undiluted 1 (8 oz.) carton commercial sour cream
1 (4 oz.) can sliced mushrooms, drained Vi cup dry sherry
Combine all ingredients in a saucepan: cook over medium heat. Stirring occasionally
until thoroughly heated.
MUSHROOMS FLORENTINE
2 tbsp. butter 1 tsp. salt
1 lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced VA cup finely chopped onion
20 oz. frozen chopped spinach 4 tbsp. melted butter
1 cup grated Cheddar cheese
Saute mushrooms in melted butter until done. Cook spinach according to package
directions: drain well. Put spinach in bottom of greased shallow 1 VI quart casserole.
Sprinkle with salt, onion and butter. Layer Vi cup of cheese over spinach mixture. Add
drained mushrooms. Top with remaining cheese. Bake 20 minutes in a 350
degree oven.
SEAFOOD BISQUE
1/4 cup chopped green onions with tops VA
VA cup all-purpose flour 4
VA tsp. hot sauce VA
VA tsp. white pepper VA
3/4 cup shrimp, peeled, uncooked & chopped 3
Saute green onions in butter in a heavy saucepan until tender. Add flour, stirring until
smooth. Cook 1 minute stirring constantly. Gradually add milk. Cook over medium
heat, stirring constantly until thickened and bubbly. Stir in hot sauce, salt and pepper.
Stir in crabmeat and shrimp, cook over low heat until shrimp turns pink. Stir in parsley.
cup butter or margarine
cups milk
tsp. salt
cup fresh crabmeat, drained & flaked
tbsp. chopped paisley
Thought for the month: We need to forgive
in order to be forgiven. JULY (M(IM
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
JUNE
S M T W T F S
12 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30
AUGUST
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
1 2
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
SIGNED 1964
3 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY
Valerie A. Scott
Mary Lou Washington
5 6 7 8 9
Irvin Crafton
10
ALl
11
>HAKAPF
Eddie Gray, Jr.
12
•A ALPHA
Jim Tyree, Jr.
Yancy-Speed
13
BOULE
14
LOS
j\ Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Greer
15
ANGELES
16
, CA
17
Ida Mae Gaines
18 19 20 21
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hewlett
Norma Porter, PH.D.
22 23
Ouida Brown
\ 24
31 \
25 26 27
Dorothy Jean Dickerson
28 29
Tyree Carr II
30
BARBARA
JORDAN
DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S
CAUCUS INC.
To Stimulate and Strengthen
Nevada Black American's
Participation in the
Political Process
"CUSTOM CREATIONS"
Creative Gifts That Make The Difference
Cranford Crawford and Margaret Crawford
Representatives
P.O. BOX 4093
Las vegas. NV 89106
•CERAMICS
•CRAFTS
(702) 642-7143
Les Femmes Douze
.O. BOX 4473 • LOS Vegas, NV
DEBUTANTE BALL
Plan to attend today
THE LADIES TWELVE . . .
. . . a community service organization dedicated to
civic participation with young girls
through.
CAREER AWARENESS
EDUCATION
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
CULTURAL OUTLETS
IDEALS OF WOMANHOOD
SCHOLARSHIP
Jmanda C. Mount, 2>.Q, W.p.JJ.
OlPLOMATE AMERICAN BOARD OF FAMILY PRACTICE
GENERAL MEDICINE
642-2555
1905 MCDANIEL ST.
SUITE 103
N. LAS VEGAS. NEVADA 80O3O
PHONE 642-2855
OFFICE HOURS
BY APPOINTMENT
(702) 870-6386 v
GOLDEN NEEDLE, INC.
Tailors
4069 W. Charleston Blvd.
^ Las Vegas,Nevada 89102 ^
BIG 8 MARKET
900 w. Owens
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
647-3935
This Month: Shriner's Convention
Thought for the month: It is smart to pick your
friends — but not to pieces. M60ST LEO
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1
Celese Rayford
2
Kimble McNair III
Dorothy Miller
3
Sherri & William W. Sullivan
Charlie Germany
4 5 6
Felicia Bias
7
Daryl Watson
8 9
D. Shillinglaw
Gail M. Harris
Marie Wakefield
10
Mr. James "Doc" Holiday
11
Maxine Randolph
12
Tammie Davies
La Joie Whitsett
13
Jacqueline R. Hall
Tetia Reed
14
April Gray
Alberta McCamey
15 16 17 18 19
a. Oscar and Delena Knight
O Kimble and Rosa McNair 11
Deontia Atkinson
Shanaan Speed
Tiffany M. Williams
e 20
21 22
Millicent S. Dilworth
23
Willa White
24
Clarence Williams
25 26 27
28 29 30
Grover Lewis
31 JULY
S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31
SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30
DAVID LEE PHILLIPS
7D0 SOUTH 4TH STREET
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA B91C11 7D2-3B6-6DD4
>+* f
Sfic/c/e foelt S^rve^ntct <y . Inv/'A/. tflne.
Phone 702-646-8422
September: National Sickle Cell Month
Support our Annual Bowl-a-thon
links, inc.
ALVA S. DAVIS, Financial Secretary
JARMILLA B. ARNOLD, Parliamentarian
LOIS T. ICE, Historian-Reporter
LA NEAL RAYFORD, Sergeant-at-Arms
MAGGIE PEARSON
EDNA PERKINS
MARQUENTTA PORTER
DOROTHY J. DICKERSON, President
MARTHA JORDAN, Vice-President
LEE MORRIS, Recording Secretary
CAZINE R. LITTLE, Corresponding Secretary
LINDA F. GIPSON, Treasurer
ANNA BAILEY
GWEN BOOKER rwrll „
ROSE BROWN THE LINKS, INCORPORATED NORMAT'ORTER^P^D
aALuIpCpEi CAA RTER I AO l/CPAO PUADTCD w n ApirP M n LAS VEGAS CHAPTER GAYLE ROGERS
ANGELA W. CLARKE, M.D. 1 A AM ALICIA M- THOMPSON
CHARLOTTE COOK POST OFFICE BOX 1 4402 GERALDINE J. THORNTON, D.D.S.
ROSALYN GUY LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89114
LOIS T. ICE
TRUDY MEACHAM
DEBORAH MOORE
BOBBIE J. TROUTMAN
FLAVIA WALTON, Ph.D.
Telephone - (702) 367-2605
Let's continue to work to make this
STATE a place to he somebody "
JOE NEAL
your State Senator
This Month: National Sickle Cell Month
Thought for the month: It is better to understand a little
than to misunderstand alot. SEPTEMBER Y1KGO
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
AUGUST
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
OCTOBER
S M T W T F S
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
1 2 3
Billie Knight
Bennie Barnett
4 5 LABOR DAY 6
Sam Germany
7 8
Leslie Green
Latoya Jackson
Annie Wilson
9 10
Monecia Threats
Marie McClary
11
GRANDPARENT'S
DAY
12 ROSH HASHANAH
13 14 15 16 17
CITIZENSHIP DAY
A Lillian & Gus Rhodes
Keith Lucas Martita Randall
Yolanda Williams
Sherri B. Sullivan
18 19 20 21 22 23 AUTUMN BEGINS
24
Gary T. Kirkpatrick
Robert Arrington, Jr.
A Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher Harris
A1 Crosby
Ericka Rockwood Vivian Washington
25 26 27 28 29 30
Lavonne Lewis
Racee
Sean J. Tyree
Tawanna Green
Terry Toplon
Valerie Lucas
Shawna Munson Marvin A. Hoggard
GOOD HEALTH IS YOUR MOST IMPORTANT POSSESSION.
Do a wonderful thing for yourself and your loved ones.
PROTECT YOUR HEALTH.
USE PREVENTION.
Get a regular breast check-ups as recommended by the American Cancer Society:
35 years — First mammograph.
40-50 years — Bi-annual mammograph.
Over 50 years — Yearly mammograph.
BOARD CERTIFIEDAMERICAN
BOARD OF RADIOLOGY
CHRISTOPHER ROGERS, M.D.
702-385-4304
BREAST fit ULTRASOUHD
CEHTER OP HEURDA
801 SHADOW LAME, 5TE. A
LA5 VEGA5, MV 89106
MAMMOGRAPHY,
BREA5T ULTRASOUHD,
OBSTETRICAL ULTRASOUHD
PELVIC ULTRASOUHD
ABDOMIHAL, GALLBLADDER
LIVER, REHAL, PAHCREA5
THYROID ULTRASOUHD
Supreme Cleaners and Laundry
1388 W. Miller
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
648-1873
THE MOST WORSHIPFUL PRINCE HALL
GRAND LODGE, F. & A.M.
FOR THE
JURISDICTION OF NEVADA. INC.
DESERT ROSE GRAND CHAPTER
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR
PRINCE HALL AFFLIATION, JURISDICTION OF NEVADA, INC.
GERALDINE JOINER, D.D.S.
GENERAL DENTISTRY
2200 RANCHO DRIVE • SUITE 202
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89102
(702) 385-3149
Wesley's Barber Shop
1320 North "D" Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
Elasta Technical Consultant _ „ , „ . „ . .
See Jo Anna Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday
A Family Shop Working Together
Specializing in Complete Hair Care &Cuts for Men, Women S Children It pays to look well!
Scalp Treatments, Shaves & Facials Ca|| ^ Appoihtment or Just Wa)k ,n
Rev. J.L. Wesley, Sr. Is now working all day Tuesday & every morning 646-9876
Grandpa Rev. William Wesley will be shining shoes each day
m i sotbt mm mm mm
Thought for the month: Be careful how you live; you
may be the only Bible some people ever read. OCTOBER Re-elect Wendell P. Williams
State Assembly District 6
SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30
3
Alma R. Dilworth
MONDAY
NOVEMBER
5 M T W T F S
12 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30
10 COLUMBUS DAY
OBSERVANCE
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Roosevelt Watson, M.D.
11
Sherrill Hooper
Prudie Majeski
12
COLUMBUS DAY
THURSDAY
13
FRIDAY SATURDAY
1
14
D'Mrtri Cato
James Crafton III
8
Brandon Roebuck
15
DAVID LEE PHILLIPS
LAWYER
7DD SOUTH 4TH STREET
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA S9101 702-3S6-6004
IDA MAXINE PORTER, PRESIDENT
Applauds tKe Ladies of
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA J5QRORITY, INC.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter
presents the 12th annual
SEPIA FASHION REVUE
Saturday, December 3, 1988
Scholarship Fundraiser for
Clark County area students
S ^ 362-0056
M E R C E D E S M A S T E R S
SPECIALIZING I N
MERCEDES BENZ
SERVICE & REPAIR
BRUNO G . PLATZER
4795 WYNNRD. AUTHORIZED
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89103 EMISSION STATION
This Month: Alpha Kappa Alpha Thanksgiving Project
Thought for the month: It is more blessed to give than to
aaiwam
NOVEMBER Re-elect Wendell R Williams
State Assembly District 6
SCORPIO
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 3 4
^ George and Brendolyn Black
Juana Jordan
5
Kelly Evans
Pendelita Toney
6 7 8
ELECTION DAY
9
Marianne Lewis
Gordon Lewis
Dollie J. McNair
10 11 VETERAN'S DAY
12
Leonard Carr
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Robert Arrington, Sr. Diana M. Tyree Kimble McNair II, M.D. Ms. Esther Williams Erica Lewis
20 21 22 23 24
THANKSGIVING DAY
25 26
Willie Robinson Danielle Madison
J. David Hoggard, Sr.
Silverene Berts
Bryan Henchey
Toney Green
27
ADVENT BEGINS
28
SiMorie Tyree
29
A William and Wanda Brown
Brendia Crosby
30 OCTOBER
S M T W T F S
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
DECEMBER
S M T W T F S
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
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Offic# Hovr» By
Appointment 702/369-7210
Kimble McNair II MD
OB-GYN
INFERTUTY
SUITE 675
3006 S. MARYLAND PARKWAY LAS VEGAS. NEVADA 89109
V_
Rosa McNair
Congratulations Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is a sisterhood of over
75,000 college women, alumnae and undergraduates, whose main
objective is SERVICE to All Mankind.
Founded: January 15, 1908, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Incorporated: January 23, 1913 in Washington, D.C.
Purpose: "To cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical
standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women,
to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women, to
maintain a progressive interest in college life and to be of service to
all mankind."
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with new standards of comfort, safety and
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Come look us over and check us out, and
next time you want to travel conveniently, whether
through scheduled service or by charter, check out
the bus.
Your best transportation value.
This Month: Las Vegas Drifters "Christmas Around the
World" 110th]
Thought for the month: A woman is rich according to
what she is, not according to what she has. DECEMBER SACilTTARH'S
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
NOVEMBER
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27 28 29 30
JANUARY
S M T W T F S
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8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
1 2 3
SEPIA FASHION
SHOW
Annise Bywaters
4 HANUKKAH
Kristina Carswell
5
Flo Gray
6
La Mesha Walker
7
A Mattie and John Blackshear
8 9 10
11
OPERATION PUSH
FOUNDED, 1971
12 13 14
Kechia and Bill English
15 16 17
DEBUTANTE BALL
18 19
^ Lula and Curtis Shingles
20
Ronnie Marx
21
WINTER BEGINS
22
A Sam and Dorothy Taylor
23 24
Marie Polite
25
CHRISTMAS DAY
26 27
Tony Brown
28
Eric Henchey
29
Jonathan Green
Maurice Feaster
Kim Davis
30
Ronald D. Scott, Jr.
31
NEW YEAR'S EVE
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COMMUIWTY ORGAKIMTIOKS
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
Theta Theta Omega Chapter
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY
Las Vegas Alumni Chapter
ARKANSAS AM S< N UNIVERSITY
ALUMNI
ASSAULT ON ILLITERACY PROGRAM
BLACK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
NETWORK
BLACKS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CHARLES I. WEST NATIONAL
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY
Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter
DRIFTER INC.
Las Vegas Chapter
FORDYCE CLUB
GAMMA PHI DELTA SORORITY
Alpha Rho Chapter
GAMMA PHI DELTA SORORITY
Beta Eta Theta Chapter
KAPPA ALPHA F'SI FRATERNITY
Las Vegas Alumni Chapter
LAMBDA KAPPA MU SORORITY
LAS VEGAS FANHELLENIC
COLJNCIL
LES FEMMES DOUZE
LINKS, INC.
MINORITIES & ADVOCATES FOR MINORITY
ADOPTIONS
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE
NATIONAL ASSOICATION OF UNIVERSITY
WOMEN
NEVADA BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NEVADA BLACK POLICE ASSOCIATION
OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY
ORDER OF EASIER!! S I OR
Desert F<ose Chapter
PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY INC.
Epsilon F'si Sigma Chapter
PHI DELTA KAPPA SORORITY
PRINCE HALL GRAND LODGE, F. S< A. M.
PROFESSIONAL BLACK FIREFIGHTERS OF
CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA
SILVER STATE CHAPTER MO. 10 O.E.S.
SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION OF NEVADA
ST. MARK NO. 15 MASONIC LODGE
THE COSMETIQUES
TOP LADIES OF DISTINCTION, INC.
Las Vegas Crown Jewels Chapter
WESTERN RIDERS OF LAS VEGAS
Sponsors of West.ernett.es
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TO THE NATIONAL
MEDICAL ASSOCIA T ION
ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY
CiaSSlMiili
SERVICE
NAME
ATTORNEY:
David Lee Phillips
AUTO REPAIR:
Bruno's Mercedes Master
Intensive Auto
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS:
Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation
DENTIST
Geraldine Joiner, D.D.S.
William U. Pearson, D.D.S.
DRY CLEANING:
Supreme Cleaners
ENTERTAINMENT:
KCEP/EOB - FM Radio
FLORISTS
Atha's Flower Basket
Flower Fair
Petals of McRoy
Rancho Florist
GIFTS:
Cran-Mar
HAIR:
Oui-2, Iris Balmes
Scandals - Pi Armstrong
Wesley's Barber Shop
INCOME TAX:
Lavonne Lewis Ltd.
R. Beverly
TELEPHONE
386-6004
362-0056
642-7453
795-9710 (Beeper)
646-8422
385-3149
382-6566
648-1873
648-6837
642-0547
870-3030
647-1087
648-0098
642-7143
739-9669
367-3930
646-9876
870-4757
646-0207
NAME
LADIES APPAREL:
Marielle
Added Touch Bridal
NAILS:
U.S. Nails - Victor Tatum
PHYSICIANS:
Amanda C. Blount, D.O. M.P.H.
Rena Jain, M.D. FACS
Darville Knowles, M.D.
Kimble McNair II, M.D.
Ralph Marbry, M.D.
Beverly Neylands, M.D.
Christopher Rogers, M.D.
REALTY:
Jade Realty, Brenda Dumas
Toler Realty
RESTAURANT:
Family Affair
SEWING:
Golden Needle
Sewing Factory
STATE PUBLIC OFFICIALS:
Joe Neal - State Senator
Wendell P. Williams - Assemblyman District 6
SUPERMARKETS:
Big Eight Market
TRANSPORTATION:
Ray & Ross Transport, Inc.
Western Coach
TRAVEL:
Cruise & Travel, Lois Bolden
TELEPHONE
367-3664
647-0221
877-6245
642-2555
384-0500
369-2131
369-7210
737-3898
385-7136
385-4304
385-3565
646-0539
736-9200
870-6386
646-0414
• • EMERGENCY & COMMUNITY SERVICES • •
647-3935
646-4661
385-5949
648-2598
FIRE & EMERGENCY
Medical Services • • - • • • xxt
FIRE & EMERGENCY
Medical Services
HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY
POLICE - Las Vegas, Blue Diamond
POLICE Henderson, Boulder City
POLICE - North Las Vegas
SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER
Of Clark County 731-
RAPE CRISIS CENTER 735-
POISON INFORMATION 385-
SECRET WITNESS 386-
U.S. SECRET SERVICE 388-
AMERICAN RED CROSS 384
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 732-
TRAFFIC HAZARDS 451-
911
911
911
911
911
2990
1111
1277
3213
6571
1225
4007
8028
HUMANE SOCIETY
Of Southern Nevada
ANIMAL CONTROL
DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Driver's License
Car Registration
FLOOD CONTROL
LAS VEGAS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
ROAD MAINTENANCE
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
STREETLIGHTS/TRAFFIC SIGNALS
CLARK COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
TIME & TEMPERATURE
382-4799
451-7387
386-5370
386-5361
386-4614
870-7211
384-0713
456-7623
382-7141
451-8028
385-1291
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CLASS IFIED
SERVICE NAME TELEPHONE
NAME TELEPHONE LADIES APPAREL:
ATTORNEY: Marielle 367-3664
David Lee Phillips 386-6004 Added Touch Bridal 647-0221
AUTO REPAIR:
NAILS:
Bruno's Mercedes Master 362-0056 U.S. Nails - Victor Tatum 877-6245
Intensive Auto 642-7453 PHYSICIANS:
795-9710 (Beeper)
Amanda C. Blount, D.O. M.P.H. 642-2555
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS:
Rena Jain, M.D. FACS 384-0500
Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation 646-8422
Darville Knowles, M.D. 369-2131
DENTIST
Kimble McNair II, M.D. 369-7210
Geraldine Joiner, D.D.S. 385-3149 Ralph Marbry, M.D. 737-3898
William U. Pearson, D.D.S. 382-6566
Beverly Neylands, M.D. 385-7136
DRY CLEANING:
Christopher Rogers, M.D. 385-4304
Supreme Cleaners 648-1873
REALTY:
ENTERTAINMENT:
Jade Realty, Brenda Dumas 385-3565
KCEP/EOB - FM Radio 648-6837
Toler Realty 646-0539
FLORISTS
RESTAURANT:
Atha's Flower Basket 642-0547 Family Affair 736-9200
Flower Fair 870-3030 SEWING:
Petals of McRoy 647-1087 Golden Needle 870-6386
Rancho Florist 648-0098
Sewing Factory 646-0414
GIFTS:
STATE PUBLIC OFFICIALS:
Cran-Mar 642-7143
Joe Neal - State Senator
HAIR:
Wendell P. Williams - Assemblyman District 6
Oui-2, Iris Balmes 739-9669 SUPERMARKETS:
Scandals - Pi Armstrong 367-3930 Big Eight Market 647-3935
Wesley's Barber Shop 646-9876 TRANSPORTATION:
INCOME TAX: Ray & Ross Transport, Inc. 646-4661
Lavonne Lewis Ltd. 870-4757 Western Coach 385-5949
R. Beverly 646-0207 TRAVEL:
Cruise & Travel, Lois Bolden 648-2598
• • EMERGENCY & COMMIIUnTT SERVICES • •
FIRE & EMERGENCY
Medical Services
FIRE & EMERGENCY
Medical Services
HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY
POLICE - Las Vegas, Blue Diamond
POLICE Henderson, Boulder City
POLICE - North Las Vegas
SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER
Of Clark County 731-2990
RAPE CRISIS CENTER 735-1111
POISON INFORMATION 385-1277
SECRET WITNESS 386-3213
U.S. SECRET SERVICE 388-6571
AMERICAN RED CROSS 384-1225
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 732-4007
TRAFFIC HAZARDS 451-8028
HUMANE SOCIETY
Of Southern Nevada
ANIMAL CONTROL
DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Driver's License
Car Registration
FLOOD CONTROL
LAS VEGAS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
ROAD MAINTENANCE
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
STREETLIGHTS/TRAFFIC SIGNALS ...
CLARK COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT ...
TIME & TEMPERATURE
382-4799
451-7387
386-5370
386-5361
386-4614
870-7211
384-0713
456-7623
382-7141
451-8.028
385-1291
118
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC.
THETA THETA OMECA CHAPTER
P.O. Box 4314 Las Vegas, Nevada 89127 BLAC-tivities 1988
An Information Directory and Calendar
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ADVERTISERS
of the
BLAC-tivities
CALENDAR
Toler Realty
3605 Vegas Drive
646-0539 / 381-3095
For Your Real Estate Needs All Year Long
James Enus
Chuck Broils
Henry P. Miller
Mary Stewart
Dee Wallace
Wanda Washington
Jimmy Toler, Broker
BIRTHSTONES AND FLOWERS
MONTH BIRTHSTONE FLOWER
January Garnet (Fidelity) Carnation
February Amethyst (Sincerity) Violet
March Bloodstone (Truthfulness) Jonquil
April Diamond (Innocence) Sweet Pea
May Emerald (Happiness) Lily of the Valley
June Pearl (Long Life) Rose
July ... Ruby (Peace of Mind) Larkspur
August Sardonyx (Felicity) Gladiolus
September Sapphire (Wisdom) Aster
October Opal (Hope) Calendula
November Topaz (Fidelity) Chrysanthemum
December Turquoise (Success) Narcissus
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY GIFTS
ANNIVERSARY TRADITIONAL CONTEMPORARY
First Paper Clocks
Second Cotton China
Third Leather Crystal/Glass
Fourth Fruit/Flowers Appliances
Fifth Wood Silverware
Sixth Candy/Iron Wood
Seventh Wool/Copper Desk Sets
Eighth Bronze/Pottery Linens/Laces
Ninth Pottery/Willow Leather
Tenth Tin/Aluminum Diamond Jewelry
Eleventh Steel Fashion .Jewelry
Twelfth Silk/Linen Pearls
Thirteenth Lace Textiles/Furs
Fourteenth Ivory Gold Jewelry
Fifteenth Crystal Watches
Twentieth China Platinum
Twenty-fifth Silver Silver
Thirtieth Pearl Diamond
Thirty-fifth Coral Jade
Fortieth Ruby Ruby
Forty-fifth Sapphire Sapphire
Fiftieth Gold Gold
Fifty-fifth Emerald Emerald
Sixtieth Diamond Diamond
1989 JANUARY
S M T W T F S
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15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
FEBRUARY
S M T W T F S
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28
MARCH
S M T W T F S
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
APRIL
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MAY
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1989 HOLIDAYS
JANUARY
MAY
/
JUNE
1 New Year's Day
16 Martin Luther King Jr.'s
Birthday Observed
8 Ash Wednesday
12 Lincoln's Birthday
14 Valentine's Day
20 Washington's Birthday
Observed
22 Washington's Birthday
17 St. Patrick's Day
19 Palm Sunday
24 Good Friday
26 Easter
20 Passover
26 Secretaries Day
14 Mother's Day
20 Armed Forces Day
29 Memorial Day Observed
30 Memorial Day
14 Flag Day
18 Father's Day
JULY 4 Independence Day
AUGUST 6 Friendship Day
SEPTEMBER 4 Labor Day
10 Grandparents Day
17 Citizenship Day
30 Rosh Hashanah
OCTOBER 9 Yom Kippur
Columbus Day Observed
12 Columbus Day
16 Boss's Day
21 Sweetest Day
22 Mother-m-Law's Day
24 United Nations Day
31 Halloween
NOVEMBER 7 Election Day
11 Veterans Day
23 Thanksgiving
DECEMBER 23 First Day of Hanukkah
25 Christmas
JULY
S M T W T F S
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23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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AUGUST
5 M T W T F S
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SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
OCTOBER
S M T W T F S
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8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4
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NOVEMBER
S M T W T F S
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DECEMBER
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31
ELK'S
FOURTH ANNUAL
FASHION SHOW
FEATURING
BROWN SKIN MODELS
SPONSORED BY
SILVER STATE No. 1158 - DESERT SANDS No. 824
SHRINE CLUB
IMPROVED BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS OF THE WORLD
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1951 - 3:00 P.M.
WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
Harifew
THE ELK'S LODGE AND TEMPLE
THANK THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS FOR THEIR AID IN HELPING
PUT THIS SHOW OVER
J. C. Penney 317 Fremont Street
Johnson's Apparel 410 Fremont Street
The Dude 723 Fremont Street
Hecht's 419 Fremont Street
Co-Ed Shop 326 Fremont Street
Bain's Apparel Shop 223 Fremont Street
Opal's Apparel 112 South 3rd Street
Arden's 524 Fremont Street
Richardson's Dep't Store 1825 North Main Street, N.L.V.
Huntington's Children's Shop _____ 806 South 5th Street
Rex Bell's 304 Fremont Street
Jonbach's Shoes 306 Fremont Street
Garden Center 1800 South 5th Street
DRESSMAKERS
Debbie Moore Phone 6226-W
Mae Couyette Phone 4727-R
Ruth Wilcox Phone 573-M
(Patronize the above mentioned merchants and say you saw it
at the Elk's Fashion Show)
THANKS FOR YOUR WONDERFUL COOPERATION!
Radio Stations Newspapers
KENO - KLAS - KRAM Morning Sun - Review Journal
Las Vegas Magazine of the Air Judie Allen Show
Ray Vincent, Photographer
Palm Funeral Home Bunker Brothers
A
MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES
MRS. DEBORAH L. MOORE

GUEST ARTISTS
MRS. MARGARET KINARD MR. GENERAL WHITE

MODELS STORE
Thelma Bowles Johnson's and R. Wilcox
Virgie Campbell Richardson's, N.L.V.
Connie Cook .... Opal's
Mae Couyette Mae Couyette
Sue Brass Arden's, ^
Eva Brown
Christensen Twins J. C. Penney
Hazel Gay ... . Bains
Emma Pearl Marion Co-Ed
Barbara McCants ... Huntington's
James Neal J. C. Penney and Rex Bell
Magnolia Neal . Hecht's
Dorothy Nester By Dorothy
Ida Mae Robinson R. Wilcox
Arlene Sheppard ...The Dude
Margaret Washington J. C. Penney
Hermitt Williams Sax's 5th Avenue
Teola Williams .. .. Debbie's
SHOES BY JONBACH
MUSIC BY
BENNY SHORT'S ORCHESTRA
DANCING AFTER SHOW
FASHION SHOW COMMITTEE
DIRECTRESS - DEBORAH MOORE
TICKETS-TEOLA WILLIAMS
CASHIERS—DOVIE FREEMAN, ALMA SHAW, MARSHALL ALLEN
DOOR-DAVID HOGGARD, HENRY MOORE
STAGE-JAMES BOWIE
DRESSING ROOM—SUDDIE BELL BEST, PEARLINE SLAUGHTER,
ELECTRICIAN AND SPOTLIGHT-ROY RILLER
FLOWERS-THELMA BOWLES, GLADYS NEAL, C. M. HIGHTOWER
DOROTHY McCANTS
USHERS
GLADYS NEAL, Chairman
EFFIE WHITE
EMMA ROBINSON
LOUIE SAYLES
EMMA BOYD
LLOYD MAYFIELD
DENOLIA ANDERSON
VERINITTE ANDERSON
EDWARD McKINNEY
KATHRYN HIGHTOWER
OLLIE BOWIE
ESTEY FREEMAN
ROBERT BOYD
BUSINESS and PUBLICITY
HENRY J. MOORE, Chairman
HERMITT WILLIAMS, Co-Chairman
VISIT SILVER STATE LODGE HALL
504 JACKSON AVENUE