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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, December 14, 1957, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9

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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, IfW Patronize Our Advertisers „„„, $2-50 „, *, unfit 41*, GRAIN NNITRAL SP! R > T * * fWf 616 SUNHV gRfION COHMKf, *- ** * Make it a WHITE Christmas! give MAJOR fcktbikaL APPLIANCE! ITh#t dreamy look tn the tfttle My's eyes hints of Chrlstma* Season thought*. So wh»r» the lady in.your life gets that look, here's how you •an make her drear# ooma true. Brighten her holiday and starlight her eye* with the snowy whiteness of a major Electric Appliance. For her# are gift* which she will long remember. For years to come, she will bless the comfort and convenience these electric servants can bring. It's mighty easy to wrap up the perfect gift for her in one hap py package. Just see your Electrical Dealer real soon. He can help you make this Christmas the brightest, whitest ever -for her’ This year, gave her « major Electric Appliance RANGE * DISHWASHER * DRYER * WASHER A IRONER „ ;? f : FREEZER ☆ REFRIGERATOR A v yf 'T' S«t Yout [lectrictl D«,fer FIKSTI " (CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY) ' i "" •' ■•• .;• i “MISS HOMECOMING” at Benedict College, Columbia, S. C , was Miss Ceiestcc P. Meyers of Florence, S, C , who reigned during annual homecoming observances at the school last week. Miss Myers is a senior, majoring in home economics. SEE... ELVIS RAND THE TAILOR —at— SNAKE N B 0 R G S E. Martin St„ Raleigh ME A T S V E C l A iTsT" @ Fresh or Smoked SAUSAGE •COUNTRY HAMS ® PORK CHOPS • STEAKS • FRYERS m NECK BONES • Sundry Groretie? ■Sunday a! Open irom 7 A.M to tfl AM. J. W. Watkins SOUTH KM I MKT. sift FAYETTEVILLE ST. Dial TE i 9750 THEE CAROLINIAN Vesper Service: Rev. Bryan In Address |At Bennett | GREENSBORO— His H iprnn ! ceivable that historians of the fu- ; j ture, when writing of our present j day generation, will ignore many | of the things that we consider im- i ; port ant today." the Rev. John ! ' Bryan told the vesper audience at. | Bennett College Sunday The minister, who is director of ; religious activities at the college, ■ keyed his message to the coming j Christmas season from hr text; ! "For unto us a Child is born. | by saying that the newspaper col i umn which contains a listing of • ; births is more important than any other in the paper. Pointing out that there \< n no publicity given in the news papers of that time about the Christ Child, the Rev Mr Rr> an reminded the audience that history may he repeating itself as today's newspapers ignore the bir*h of 3 child “in Nebras U.i, in Nepal or in the slums of New York City" whom future '"■um may call thr most important person of his or her time. In explaining the simplicity of i the Christ Child story, the Rev. Mr j Bryan said that. Jesus is the Gif' j of God and that God still comes to us in Him, "If we believe that love j is the strongest resource available to man. then Christmas is a rime j for us to rejoice but h.irdiy j otherwise.'* i- - ! At F. S. T. C.: National Teachers’ Exams Set FAYETTEVILLE—"St-te Teach- | fi's College has been designated as 1 •’ testing center for lhe’l9sß Nation wide administration of the National Teacher Examinations next Kebr urary." Dr. Lafayette Parker, Dean ; announced, College seniors preparing to traeh and teachera applying for j position* in school system which j encourage nr require applicant* to submit their score* on ih" Na- ; tmnal Teacher Examination* along ; with other credentials are eligible j to take the tests The examinations j are prepared and administered an nually by Educational Testing Ser vice, Princeton, New Jersey. "The designation of Fayette- Title State Teachers College a* teachers in this, area an oppor miiiatiorur will give prospective iunity to compare their per formance on the examination* with approximately lh.flOO can didates throughout the country who will lie par) iciivii'-i • s * , the nationwide administration on Frb. 13, 10SR," Hr Parker said J At the one-day testing norrioP a j ! candidate may take the Common J j Examination*, which include tests j | m Professional Information, flrnr- ■ j rol Culture. English Exprcsimw. I I and Non-Verbal Reasoning. In ad dition, each candidate may take J cur or two of the eleven Optional • Examinations which are designated i j to demonstrate mastery of subject ; matter in the fields in which he ; may be assigned to teach. "Applications for thi examine ] Hon* and a Bulletin of lnforma- j lion describing registration proce dures and containing sample test j questions may be obtained from | l)r. Parker at State Teachers Col- ; lego r.r directly from the i Teacher Examinations, Edt. itlon- j at Testing Service. HO Nassau I Street. Princeton. New .Terse v | Ftospective teacher* planning to , ! Ink-* the fo*f should scruri- an ,-,p- I rdnation Blank and a Bulletin of I Information promptly," D’’ Parker I Ms Neighbors nivl'f (<J » &=£}&** 1 -els play y>,p known ah ‘Federal grant*-in airT. For every ynu e!>p FH return *!,!>« in good* nod services,” Mwroininmii ■ Jl » l ■■ iWMiw tmi t*e-nw w.«m ||||jPf r k i .par r. i > I FOR F'4? LIVING l" i'A f CIVELLA BEAUTY OOLLKOF Full ( nurse in Beauty Culture and ('lasses in Personality and ( harm. For Information Writer Mrs. Christiana J. Pitts President 400 FAST MVKI'IN SIR HIT Raleigh, N. C. KITCHEN FRESH CANDIES WORTH MORE ASSORTED HARD CANDY-—WITH TOYS Christmas Stockings' 39c DELICIOUS MILK CHOCOLATE COA ! I' D Warwick Cherries -■ 59c WORTH MORE HARD CANDY Royai Lusters 25c Wf iR Ti I (VIOR K ASvSO R TEI) Gums & Creams 29c BOW SALE! ASSORTED CHEWING Gum Warwick Milk Chocolate Coated 'Silk Chocolate Old Fashioned Perfect For Gifts Warwick Milk PRICED LOW! ANN PAGE FLAVORFITL Devil’s Food Honey Spice - While - Yellow pNirr.s THIS AD EPTF.CTIVE THROUGH KATt.HRDAV, pFf , ( Uh |i. PRODU^^ V :*AUIGH PHONE 4-2557 b ; Q '''A'ftPSfpN PHONE 2514 ... G&W JL SEVEN m STAR. j|g - MP%* •‘-rttfr- ‘«m, , *W“I ‘J9RIB RttNnfß WHISKEY 90 PPfIOF 'TIWtfJN WHISKIES IN THIS PRODUCT APf 6 * LARS OR MORE OLD if'/, % STRAIGHT WHISKEY. 62I/i% NEUTRAI SPIRITS Otsritun FROM GRAIN . . QOQOERHAM g WORTS,' PEORIA, ILLINOIS. PAGE NINE

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