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May Your School Year Be Happy
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ELKS ON PARADE Some 5,000 gaily dressed marchers stepped along Northwest Washington
Streets on the afternoon of August. 26 in a 3-hour parade, highlighting the convention of the Grand
Lodge of the Immpoved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World at Washington, D C. A
group front Newark, N, J„ is shown marching on “G*’ Street in above photo. lUPI PHOTO).
Board Stages Meet
OXFORD On Tuesday, August
38, the Colored Orphanage Board
of Directors met in th« superin
tendent's office at the orphanage.
This was their regular annual meet
Due t? the resignation of Dr. "W
N. Thomas as th» insttution’s phy
sician, Dr. Rives W. Taylor was
elected to this position. Regrets
were expressed over the resigna
tion of Or. Thomas who had been
the physician for children of the
home for around thirty years. The
superintendent expressed apprecia
tion both for the services rendered
by Dr. Thomas and for being able
to secure the services of Dr. Tay
lor who had often assisted Dr. Tho
A budget of $102,000 for the op
eration of the institution for the
year 1950-1059 was aproved. One
new member of the board was elect,
rd in the person of Professor W. T
Johnson of A. and T. College,
Greensboro. North Carolina. John
son will flil the vacancy left by the
death of S. B Simmons who passed
in August 1957. Simmons was the
Assistant Supervisor of Agricultu
ral Education in High Schools of
WHEN MARKETING LOOK
FOR THE POOLE LABEL
606 Glenwood Ave.
Rale : gh, N. C,
Watch The Progress of the Construction
Hr. And Mrs. Willie Graves
New Rand Road Garner, N. C.
JOHN W. WINTERS
Complete Drafting of Plana—Supervision of Construction
ASSISTANCE IN FINANCING
“For Home s That Ares Different Lei Me Build For You '
TE 3-5251 1308 E. HARGETT
Other Homes Under Construction
Mr. and Mrs. John Earnest Jones 90.2 Bragg At.
Mr. arid Mrs. Perry Crutchfield 823 Quarry St.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Graves Garner, N, C
Other Completed Homes
Mrs. Mary Jones .....2212 Bedford Aventit
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Blount . 708 Tower St.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones 301 Smlthfield St
Mr. and Mrs. James Green, Jr 20 HUI St
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Montague 1300 E. Edenton St
Mr. and Mrs. Winsor Jones 917 S. State St
Mr. and Mrs. Lerm Herndon 1316 S. Bloodworth St
Mrs. Lara Thomas . . ....... 1320 S. Bloodworth St
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mintr 315 E. Hoke St
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Va.ndergriff .1108 S. Coleman St
Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Brown 833 S. State St
Mr. and Mrs. John €. Washington ..... ~ 705 E. Edenton St
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clemons . ......... lltS E. Latte Street
Mr. and Mrs. Charles La Sister 1620 Battery Drive
Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Williams . 1304 S. Bloodworth Sc
IN RALEIGH IT‘3
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Campus-Wide Counseling For
Expected 1,800 NCC Students
DURHAM Some 1,800 students
expected to enroll at North Carol
ina College Sept. 11-18 will find
campus-wide counseling services
available to them.
Special freshmen advisers,
who annually are responsible
for preventing a large number
of first year students from fall
ing some of their subjects, will
be assigned on Sept, 17 at 7:30
p. m. in Duke Auditorium,
After a formal welcome program
at 7.30 Thursday in Duke Audi
torium, the students begin e busy
round of subject matter examina
tions and physical check-ups from
F’rlday (Sept, 12) through Wednes
day i Sept 17'.
After a personality inventory
from 12 noon to 1 p m. in the Edu
cation Building on Saturday (Sept.
13), students will be given a speci
al library orientation.
Two religious events and (he
annual faculty-new students
tea in the Senior Bow! are
scheduled for Sunday (Sept.
honed to a fine point
at toe and heel
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WEFR ENUfNG SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. IM*
IS), Under the direction oi t>r
C. E. Mouiware, the college
Sundav schoo! v-ili hold its
first meeting of the s, ear at 9
a. in. in Duke Auditorium. At
A.JO 11 m ,he auditorium will
he the scene o£ the first vesper
service ot the year. Dr i. Neal
Hughley, college minister, is
expected to be the speaker
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