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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, August 23, 1958, Page 13, Image 13

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Dunn’s Esso Servicenter Ready For Gala Opening Gala Opening Planned For Station Here Thursday, Friday and Saturday " il! :ed letter days m the his tory of another Raleigh business Thes» days will mark the opening cf 'he new Dunn Esso Servicenter. located at Cabarrus and Blood worth streets The business is owned and oper ated by Eugene Thomas Dunn. Hie rise in the business world has been steady and consistent He was born in Raleigh and has been engaged in seme type of business for ? num ber of year* The "ar caused « break in his career, but. as soon as he was released from the army he took o"er at his present, location Jn 1957 the Esso Standard Oil Company found that the quarters were too small and decided that the volume of business done by him warranted larger and more mod ern facilities. The old station was torn down and a new* one started us the early part, of this year Dur ing the construction of the new building there was very little, in terruption to his business and the users of his high quality service were inconvenienced very little, if tny The building n » credit to Ra- Veigh and gives Mr. Dunn and op portunity to better ser> • the pub lic He use* Esso products exclu sively and is able to offer the kind es, service that only Esso dealers can offer Aside from * bumper-to bumper service, as can be found at. any Esso station, he offer* a up to-the-minute road sendee Mr, Dunn is a product of the lo ta! schools and is married to the termer Miss Anne Belle Jones. They have three children, Louise. 11. Millie 7. and Eugene Jr., 2. They reside at. 320 E. Davie St He. elorg with the other members of hi? family, are members of the First Baptist Church. He is an avid baseball tan and even though he ret s little time off. he loves to lis ten to football games and occasion slly has an opportunity to see one. He also hunts when he finds time. The opening will feature contin uous music for the three days, Flue-cured tobacco that is topped and suckered can be expected to greatly outproduce that which is loft without there treatments It Pay* To ADVERTISE ESSO Congratulations Acme Auto Service m & Bow**. Street Open 24»Ho«rs mil Mil u ■ TE 84313 It’s Always A Pleasure To Congratulate An Expanding Business DUNN’S ESSO SERVICENTER Is A Credit To A Growing Raleigh ACME REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE - RENTALS - SURETY BONDS - FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE WE BUILD AND REPAIR HOUSES Dial TE 2-0956 123 E. Hargett St Raleigh, N. C. Esso Standard Oil Bids For Race Dealers Esso Standard Oil Company has not only gamed the leadership ui producing high type products for automobiles, but has gained the leadership m offering business op portunities for persons who desire to become independent business men a manager and owners of Es ! so filling stations. The management of the North Carolina offices are eonimiously seeking men who show unusual bu siness ability and are making of fers that esnont be easily turned down, to the right persons. They are especially interested in college graduates who would like to em bark on a busines future. They not only are ready and willing to set them up in business, but. will give them the advantage of a thorough training period, at which time they will get. the latest in business administration and management. This training will en able one to not oniy learn business on a high plane, but will give one the insight into the fine art of the gasohne industry, with a complete knowledge of the car* of the many intricate parts of an automobile. According to reliable leportc. a recruiting program will be started in North Carolina, by Esso Stand ard Oil, which will give interested person* an oportunity to get all the information needed to properply consider running a profitable in dependent business Esso stations are now being operated throughout the: state, by men, who were train ed in the Esso manor and in the fine technique of automobile care One who chooses the Esso Standard Oil wav. as a career, not only gets the advantage of the research de partment. of the company, but. will also know the aproach to the dif ferent more and attitudes of people Any person interested will do well to contact. Personnel Department, Esso Standard Oil Company, Char lotte. North Carolina. The public will have an opportu nity to register for a 1958 televis ion set which wil be given away at 9PM Saturday night AH one has to do is to have one o? the beau tiful bevy of girls, that will be on hand, during the three days, to reg ister thetr name on the ticket and place ft in the bo* One can regis ter a* many ttm*s w he desire? and does not have to be present I to win There null be many favors to b* ' given away, during the three day? J The kids have not been forgotten •snd will have a grand time if you desire to bring them There will be orize* and favors for everyone Be sure and attend the GRAND OPENING and let one of the at tendants show you through the building, McKeever Dann and Uly sses Rogers, who are always on hand to attend your needs, will be there and be of all the assistance possible. Representatives of the Es so Standard Oil Company will also be on hand, Wedding Bel’s Edteor’* Note: Ae-eowftag to the record# «f the Wake Couaiy Recorder V tVerta. the fellow, tag Individual* were faeuedl Marriage license# between An*- mat * asd Aujruet 16: Thomas Williams. SO. of 312 South Bloodworth Street Raleigh, asd Juanita Hedgepeth. 30. of 415 Austin Street. Raleigh. Jam* Bunch, 22. of 905 South Blount Street. Raleigh, and Dianne ] Riddick, 36, of 330 Bast Davie Ri Raleigh. Dewey Mcßnighi Jr, **. of 1006 Baal Martin Street, Raleigh, and 1 Gladys B'rdway. IT, of 1213 Bast I Martin Seed, Raleigh £• - •r s ;-• > .<• • v. .• yT 4 • ->•• j ~ f / }<■* ‘jV-V’, *' ' ’ v ''^>w' < ; 'Ml^^ THE DUNN FAMILY Th*> | family of Eugene T Dunn, op erator nr Dnon is Ekc* S^ysc* Eight Games Scheduled: Saint Augustine's Falcon's Facing A Rebuilding Job Church George, Walker of the St , Augustine’s College ‘ Falcons" will • be fared with a major rebuilding | job this year. Walker lost five key j men through graduation and sev eral others through scholastic defi ciencies and the. armed forces Lost through graduation are: A. C. Eldridge and Wilks Pepper-, j quarterbacks: Norvelle Lee and : Aldean Moore, guards, and Paul j Russell, fullback, A number of outstanding per- E. 0. Robertson Promoted To Boy Scout Staff In California GOLDSBORO <MIB> The resignation of E. O Robinson, field scout executive, Goldsboro, Tusca rira Council Boy Seoluts of Amer ica for five and one half years was announced recently by F. Walker Stevens, Council president. He has accepted a position with the Los Angeles area council, Los Ange les, California and his resignation is effective August 31. Mr. Robin son will work in the Green Mea riov.s District of tile Council. gWjrefnFP He is % graduate of North Carril ioa College at Durham where he received the B. S. Degree. He taught school in Garland for one and one half years prior to joining the staff of the Tuscarora Council in January, 1953. While in Garland hs served as souctmaster of Troop 169. After completing training at its# national training school for scout executives at Meridan, N, J.. Mr. Robin son has assign- Miss Nadine Harris Weds Percy Judd In Rites Here Mir* Nadine Lesane Kama be came the bride of Percy Judd on Saturday evening at St. Matthew* Church. The ceremony was par* formed by tha Rev, G. W. Trouble field Nuptial mu3io was played, try Wise Ells Giles,, organist, while Mr*. Mary Hinton and Miss Jean Leach were vocalists. The bride it the daughter s*t Mr- and Mrs. A feed Saunders «f Raleigh and was gtveu in euu-rt&ge by her uncle Mr Ft e* ton Haves, cvf Hartford Comieotteui. She wore t gee-a e# embroider s ’'! orfasedy end e«4, white her fingertip veil v** sttaefeed to * loco tap. Ahe carried a white prayer book v fife & purple orchid. The bridegroom Is the scui «? Mr aad Sdrs. James Yarbrough of Ra leigh. Mr*. Marine Hicks was in*tree of honor She wore a wait* length gown of light bln* and earned a basket of pink roues Bridesmaids wera Mrs. Jor-ie Mae Lyon. Mrs Jean Whimbish, Mir* Rosa Brent ley, and Miss Auden* Lipscomb Their dresses were light blue and they carried baskets of white and yellow daisies. Mise Diane Saunders, sister nf ‘he Tsylcm, aunt of the bride and Mrs bride, was flower girl Little Na thaniel Lofton was ring be»rw. Mr Melvin Hicks was best man Usher* were Claude Ed«-*r<? Debn&ns. cousin of ibe bride Laanl* Partin. Jr., Duel Win ston, wnite Harris, Jr.. emuto of tits bride Mrs, Blunder* mother of the fcrdis, wore s mrtk embroidered cot on dross wife white accessories and * pink orchid. Pollening the ceremony, the. bride’s parents entertained ?♦ a re ception in the church parlor As sisting with fee reception was Mrs Robert Dunmore Mrs Spencer, Mrs. Sarah Johnson of Hew York Mrs. Charier Whitley, Mrs. Daisy One way to combat insects is to plant insect resistant varieties. center, this citv. is shown above From left to right are Ml!?!*, 7. Mrs Annie R. Buna. Eugene, formers »f last year -ut slated to fill some of the vacancies and help coaches Walker and Jev.,- Clements build a strong team with freshmen and new stud ent#. Toe Falcons have scheduled eight teams for 1958. with only three home games. HOME GAMES: Oc tober 25. Fayetteville State, No vember 15, J. C. Smith (HOME COMING). November 22. Dela ware Stole GAMES AWAY. Oc ed to work with troops m Sampson, Duplin, Johnston and Wayne counties. Later he was releived of work in Sampson county in order to devote more, time to work in Wayne, Ffuplin and Johnston. President Stevens expresses the regret of the entire council at Mr. Robinson’s decision to leave. He has always maintained high pro fessional standards and is respect ed and admired by all with whom he has coma m contact Mr. Rob inson is a native of Elisabeth City, A member of the Omega Fsi Phi fraternity, American Legion and Masons. He plans to leave with his family on August 29th for Los Angeles, He is married to the fm - mer Dorothy Welch of Elisabeth City and they have three child ren, Sandra, Eehai and Elbert O. Jr. While in Goldsboro they resided a! 424 Whitfield Avenue. O. IX Chavis, who ictrodueed receiving line. Congratulations .... DUNN’S ESSO SERVICENTER We Are Pleased To Salute Another Raleigh Business Make Us Your Banking HEADQUARTERS MECHANICS it FARMERS BANK RALEIGH - DURHAM ■k 2. and Louise, 11 Never too busy lot hr family. Air Dunn take* pride in planning and tak ing part in evenu with them. tuber 4. aha”- University ©etobei 1! N C. College, October 18. St Paul November 1. Elizabeth City; November 3, Winston-Salem Good Business Practices Always Get R We Are Pulling For DUNN’S ESSO Servieenter NEW YORK CAFE 108 E. HARGETT ST, WILLIAM (Biin MORA®, SR, Proprietor Seventh Day Adventists Mark Historic Decision WASHINGTON, D. C - (ANP) -Seventh-Day Adventist? are mar king the 55th anniversary of the movement of their world head quarters from Berrion Springs. Mich, to Washington, D. C Dr. Walter R Beach, world -ec- | re I ary of Seventh-Day Adventists, j said: In the perspective of later events, the removal of the General Conference (world headquarters) from Battle Creek, Mich., to the na tion's capital was a momentoir- inn far-reaching event It marked in point of fart a new era in the ev- i pansion of the Reventh-Dav \r>- I ventist. Church ’’ Today's Adventist world headquarters is a multi-storied modern office building located lust inside the District of Co limihia, tine to suburban Take m* Park From ii? offices at BR4O Eastern Avenue, N. W Is directed the activities of mot* than 46,DM mini *r r physicians. Bible instructors, , administrators, teachers, etc. tn 13.5 countries and the annua! distribution of church funds to taling more than SfiO.OD') 9<v> F@r The Best Buys See Our Priees First Look for the Hand Bill on Your Door Step with the Lucky Gift Number WEEK END SPECIALS START THURS DAY AND END SATURDAY AT ( LOS ING TIME. HONEYCU SUPER MARKET 221 I die wild Ave, TL 2*9314 Raleigh, N. C Drink A Pepsi While Your Car Is Being Serviced op j ‘ rmJi THE CAROLIKIAN WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 5,158 WORLD MEMBERSHIP GROWS World membership of the Sev enth Day Adventist Church cur rently approaches 1.200,009 persons. Adventist world headquarter oversees the movement of more j than one missionary family over | sea- every day of the year, it di rects an education program which utilizes nearly 3.000 schools rang ing from elementary through uni versity levels teaching more than 2G9.000 young people, and it pro- I vidcs direction for religious pub i hshine activities of 43 publishing houses around the world which published literature in 21! lang uages in 1357 valued at $21,547,537. (ret all >. j Medical offices cf the world headquarters directs 187 hospitals and clinics of Hie church most of them overseas and 10 medical riv er launches on South and Central America's vast river.- | SEVERAL FACTORS INFLUENCE TRANSFER Movement of the. Adventists headquarters to Washington. D C. I followed ? derision of the denom ■ ination'--. Genet al Conference ses- sion held on March 27, 130 S, in Oak land. Cal., that greater Adventist representation in the Eastern Un ited Status should be made Close proximity to eastern e.mharcation points for the convenience of de parting missionaries of the church was also a factor in the move. When the church headquarters left Battle Creek, it left behind a medical instit.uttion of internation al' reputation in the Battle Creek •Sanitarium 1 hich v a- operated bv Dr, John K ,-rvry Kellog. brother of W K. Kellog, of breakfast cereal ■am* Battle Creel. Sanitarium was cln.-pl y a:; ociated with Adven tist headquarters there. By 197* it is e. tim - ted that 10 to 13 million tons of fertilizer will be used annually Thu i >cu!d h* an increase ot 75 to 100 per cent over today wag.iwiii—i unii uv’iuwi. no-Mma* > .roue-nMuvxißwm t 'ompliments Os Security Realty Company James H, Brown and James A. Shepard You Are Secure With Security 13

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