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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, March 30, 1957, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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PAGE SIX Iffim You’ll Like Our New JP* 5-10 - 25 c Store O' J/* O • “ ,M “sss*«” ,wto oar oervice Attend Our Grand - (sf& Opening And Serve Y-\ ! ' Yourself To These NiSw Outstanding Values Beginning Thursday / / *vA March 28 / I lARGETBATI Z Fr,f ?1 09 I ■—! s7 ; I sm. rnm\ Vy., ASSORTED Baking q » Pans £%! c j aHM k u;o\ Bird Cages! Wire Products, $| ,98 | tMHWwmmm 1 - sanixi Ironing Board Covers 73c Orange Slices 15c per Lb. Fig Bars ISc per Lb. MMMiMWMMnrvnKi Men’s IVY LEAGI E Sport Shirts Si .38 . U*4l) | l«mimm»)iiJ l ',iiiii>nini"i 11 <m .'n-iixst&mi. r.rxK ■ BIRD’S EYE Diapers Doz. Package $1.79 -iTMWtitir Parakeets 98c PLASTIC Chair Cushions I 49c pftnwifciurww iw** lWM 11 *•*# - .^xsirrse-" —^ TnT ri-rrniiiiiirr-w-'aifnniirtMi<ii n ■mu inrw/imirßnriwwPTni-winiiMii'wi^Hiiwieiiii Metal Ann Chairs $g 95 Regular tJL9S Value Vou’ll Like Our Bigger Assortments I • usini: handy self-service counters, ! •' i»ocsi able to expand th display j sy.n:v in our self-service store and assent | blf; more denis for your shopping conven ; tenet?. —in 'Dimrrmrrr-eimn-TriMa'iwiiii' ntHr^rmi—Twr KEN'S FARCY SOCKS Assorted Package 25c per pair 3 j If Vou Need Help With 1 Your Self-Service i Purchases Ask The j Salesgirl L >"u may need assistance... particular ly, if vou’re buying articles like ribbon, oil doth, hosiery or candy. You’ll find a salesgirl close by, ready to help, METAL Ironing Boards $5-95 KRESS Sel f Service helps speed your shopping WHITE CROCKERY CUPS & SAUCERS 6 for 49c 1-rmon r-IW—miWUllUilllJ Pay For Your Purchases At The Convenient Checkout Counter And Remember BliY FOR LESS KBM c SHOP AT m fattbttumaus sr. thru to BAUSRr.UT.ST. Sizes S - ft . ? 4 For 'MSx 98c [Mi \JS?j GRLS SICi .'i Y' " X ? to I-' f 5 . 1 For iytfgJ 88s ) r I 3E9nmwaßMs»wauw[mM»iMcsrae»iMSMafinßMa<H<w»wnnß Aluminum Pilchers % 51.19 Value > ISe bl Guage 15 Denier 2 P**' 98s Venetian Blinds Widths 1? - 36 $1.98 Framed Pictures Made By RADIO PICTURE FRAME CO , Inr. 49c E POS T Tissues 2 Boxes of Ann 29c Parakeets 98c For the Boys Bolster & Gun Sets 98c 129 High School Seniors Fro i Thre States Attend Bennett’s ‘Youth Day: GREENSBORO. NT C Somr 529 high school seniors and 27 advisors from North Carolina, South Carolina and Vusinia left here Sunday after attending the annual “Youth Days’’ at Bennett College over the wee k-end. i in addition to attending classes j and laboratory periods, the visitors i participated in a talent show, were j guests at a party and dinner in | their honor and made a tour of I points of interest in the city. Miss Mary Mayfield registrar, j thairman of the Youth Days com- j mittee. also arranged workshops! i and conferences for the advisors, j j Members of the freshman class.! j Mi ;c Mary Boone, president, of | Sanford, served as hostesses to the ; visitors. i *A complete list of students and i their advisors follows: NORTH CAROLINA I ABERDEEN Berkeley High; Rachel Patterson, Caro] Frye; Ad* I visor H. H Bethea. | ASHEBORO Central High; i Sonia Leach. Carol Lowriermilk ; Doris Luck, Helen Strickland; Ad* 1 visor Mrs. L. P. Harris. ; ASHEVILLE -- Allen High; Re | becca Hemphill. Peggy Alexander; j Advisor Miss W. M. Wrlsley; : Stephen-Lee High: Shirley John | son. Mary Moore: Advisor -- Mrs. j Wilma V. Kpns. ! BAYRORO - PAMLICO County ; High. Marjorie Green*'. Grace ! Monk. Advisor Mrs. G S Hud son ! BUKCI AW -- C F. Pone Sixth ! Doris Bordeaux Hazel Corb-.dt, j 1 Mary Ann Smith | GOLDSBORO Dillard High: ! Jacqueline Boseman. Ruth Whdied: j Advisor Mrs L N. Harris | GREENSBORO Dudley High i ! Ruby Bailey, Jo Marie Crump Jo j | Ann Goins. Peggie Haith, Eliza- I j both Harris. Phyllis J. rfors. Kmuta ! i McAdoo, I.yVonnc McAdoo, Juliet j | McKoy. Barbara Mehsne, Jeanette ■ ' Napner. Mary F. Koc-sc, Ba-btira j : Robinson, Blanche Taylor. Wi’.liel- ! Or, Jenkins Id. Hospital, BALTIMORE. MD - Negro stu ! dents “per se" da not depress stan ! herds in racially integrated schools, | Morgan State College President. | FT- Martin D. Jenkins, said here I Wednesday fMarch 20) night ! The Morgan president addressed •t seminar on controversial issues | held at Johns Hospkin? University, ■ with approximately 60 graduate | students in attendance. His talk | was a reply to statements made at i the same seminar a week ago bv . Dr F J. C. McGurk. of Villannva j University, who contends that Me j ernes are inherently inferior msn ; tally tn whites. Benving “nneqalvncsllv** I that Negro students "prr ,r --! ’"vt standards when thry are integrated, the educator con tended that Negro or ii-hite j children from rural. Southern, immigrant or lower-class fared lies, or who have attended oualitatlvely poor schools, will lower the educational stan dards of any sehno! into which they are Integrated. He said: | “Negro children per v do not 1 depress standards. It is even pos sible that under certain conditions and in particular schools a g!v»n group of Negro child) on would tend frt elevate standards “However, to the extent that children who happen to he Negro children are lower class, to the ex ; ,Pnf that they have attended qua! | datively poor schools ■ tn that ex- I ten? these children ‘threaten aca | demic standards.’ “ | PLEADS POT! UNDERSTANDING Pointing out that environment plays a significant role in the de. velopmenf of students Dr Jr-pkins appealeti for understanding of the problem in its “larger social set ting He said: “The school Is nnlv a part of sh» tnlnl social complex. What sn In dividual is at a present moment or what h-' may hero,r is dependent upon his parents, his home environ rnent. his neighborhood, (he nature of his n- t- society, his motivation, his class status, the present and future opportunities to which he is sensitive - - ns well ns upon the extent and qualify of his school ing.'’ He said that this should mesa that “sometime* what Is ed ucationally best, that which hi logically defensible must give way to that which Is socially best In terms of the basic pre mises of our society." And he said: “We are committed In fhfs ercaf democracy of ours to the proposi tion that every individual ha* in trinsic worth and that every in dividual must he given opportunity to develop hi# potential regardles of race, class, social status, «vx. national origin or previous condi tions. This is high ground and «w have not always attained (L Bui we will." One of the worst things a peui ; tryman can do is to pack r?s In j '-he case while they are still warm ; Let. them cool tn bg*!:fts before i packing, advise k • muon poultry; i specialists at North Carolina State I j Farmers’ pn s hem st. the 1955 i level in 1958 after declining for (our consecuti' years. Early eggs are mov" profitable. I March is Month —eat more mine Thomas, HIGH POINT —■ William Penn. Ester Cole, Shirley Foster, Shirley KENLY ft. B. Harrison: Ella Hagans, Madie Pearce; Advisor Mrs. V. R. Barfield. KINSTON Ailkin High: Roe r.ell Bryant, Jacqueline Dove, Louise Greene, Veronica Lofton. Edith Sutton, Jessie Sutton; Ad visor Miss E. L Powe. LEAKSVILLE Douglass High. Barbara Brou n. Lillie Mae Manns, jJo Ann Marlin, Wanda Price, j Johr.sie Williams 1 LEXINGTON Dunbar High: | Cora Lanier, Thelma Michael, j LUMBERTON —J. H. Hayswood High: Annie Wright. BISCOE Peabody High: Char les Bruton; Advisor Mrs. Mamie Anderson. BROWN SUMMIT Brown Summit High: Mattie Byrd. Ethel- j ean Curtis, Barbara Sellars. Mil- | died Wright; Advisor Mrs Elsie i H. Jordan. j BURLINGTON Jordan Se! I lars: Mary B< Idin Iris Gant; Ad ; visor Miss Frances L Chesnutt: ! Pleasant Grove Union: Alfrcdia | Burdnette. Iris Jeffries CHARLOTTE West Charlotte j Joyce Alexander. Constance Co! .-ton, Dorothy Manse’. Doris Neely. 1 F.lia Riley; Ad - , isor Mrs. Eliza- i both S Randolph. CLEVELAND R. A Clemen!: ! Thelma Cowan. Mary Culbertson: ; Advisor - Mass F. H Houston. j CONCORD Logan High: Lucy i { Howell, Mazaila Stowe, Advisor i Mrs E. M Polk GARLAND Garland High: Vi- j vian Fennell, Polly Peterson; Ad- j visor Mrs. W. J. Williams "GASTONIA'.md High ! : Gwendolyn Hull. Betty Williams j GR AHAM ■ c,. High: N-• j I lie Baldwin. Carolyn dhfaves: Art - : j visor -~ Mrs Madeline B Bo' MADISON Charles Drew j high: Jeon Como. Katim Fove j I MF.BANE -- Go.ham High: Syl- j j via CnnvfU'd. MOORESVIT.-! f - Dnr.b: • High ! Emma Brooks. Shelly Shipp MT AIRY .l J Jones T{is:h Joyce Kas't Avis MeCsrtjfijr. NASHVILLE -- Nash County j I Training f Tiglv Patricia Thompson.! j l.'aroie Watson j RALEIGH - J W T.igop High j Bevps/iv A\ -rv, Ann Alack Ad - - i- ; i soi -- Mrs Th-’ima T D?!ev. | RKTDSVILLE -- Booker T j V. ashinginn H’gb' F.lnora Andev : son, Virginia f ’unv. Filaweasc I Maynard; Advisor C. C- Craw ! ford ROWLAND South side High Hazel Brown. Shirley Hamilton. j SALISBURY J. 'c Price High: ! Juanita Alexander, Raemi Lancas ter. SFDALTA Printer Memorial Institute: Josephine Ellis. Gelena Williams, Advisor Miss Juanita Loon ex. SOUTHERN PINES West Southern Pines High: Carrie Cbai- j rners. Ellen Moore. SUMMERFIFLD Jewel! Jes- ’ r-up Daisy I ■ ■ M- r i I ■•• UK I y^\ 3\ \ =: \ '"P B \ 5 > l\ v .:; V\ m \ \ \ \ . t . \vV jV \ ' ■ $2 *IS Pt - 3.85 4-5 <c*i __ ,HF Cilß SJIALhLY-« srifiy rflUPftMVuattlS»JUJ.£-M.A[l *nnu< Am ** *> t »_# *5 A ITJ Ik Da l y ivx Advisot Mrs. Fannie L Hmnant. j WARSAW Douglass High. •Tan’e Hill, Barbara Miller; Advisor Mrs. M. If Belton WINSTON- SAL E M Atkins High: Jean Hayes; Carver: Fan nie pMtnrp Edith Melton WISE Warren County Train ing: Theotice Henderson, Laura Plummer; Advisor Mrs. S A. Love. SOUTH CAROLINA CAMDEN - Jackson High. 'Ma bel Alien. Emily Drakeford: Ad- : visor Mrs E M Duvitn; Mather , Academy: Kuby Cooper, Barbara j Sanders; Advisor Miss Virginia Carson CATAWBA - Emmett. Scott High- Margie Roddey, COLUMBIA C A. Johnson High: Edwins Fields, Verdelk MRTSi CIROUU STATE FUR* ONE NITE ONLY siiti SEATS Tw iv ri' ir-j;. ralei?H I* SHOWB,IS 4 T * M : ™<-‘ r™ iwsri -.HOP •*.» iISw."! auiiowr. >1 Ml <.? |Sf> (6 -? SUI Wi£J * 1 HAWIUWS DffllC COMPANY **'■**•* • &AW V ••'• A* p«<«vaK tp. On* ta-pm. t. Ipm— CATT.It » m * fet'ri teats 53.00 to T " I Portee, Advi;.;oi Mrs F; ■“■ Vance. ORANGEBURG Wjl!: -*v m High: Queen E. Moore. •';;i :<'i Win field; Advisor Mis. !,. s M . i ,••. ROCK HILL Emmett. S Wt: Annie Hardin, Rog ctim U.tidin, Margaret Washington: Advisor —• ! Mrs. Ruth F. Bouhvai e. VIRGINIA BRISTOL Douglass High Mu ! Delores Page, Rose Maria V. >l«p: Ad\ isor -- Mrs. Mat- v R FIELDALE - O Vi,: 'uu i ion Carver: Loretta Eovd i NEWPORT NEWS Hunting'.,n High: Karen Leach, Shirley Grif fin STUART Patrick Central High: Maty Dixon. Cleo Ingram, Ax l visor .Miss Elizabeth Nirhol j Sl'Tl.

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