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GRAHAM, N. C., JUNE 6; 1946.
?The second Democratic Pri
mary, to be run on June 22, has
been called by E. Earle Rives and
M. M. Gerringer, runners-up in
the first Primary for - Congress
and Sheriff. |
?Miss Sarah Bell Thompson,
Field Secretary, Alamance county
Girl Scouts, has resigned her
positiqp as of September 1st. A
successor to Miss Thompson has
not been samed. j
?The final exercises for st)u
dents of the Graham school were
held this morning. Four seniors,
all ex-service men, received- di
plomas. The rest of the class will
return next year for a twelfth
?The June meeting of the lo
cal chapter of the U. D. C. has
been postponed from this after
noon until next Thursday at 8
o'clock in the evening. The meet
ing will be held at the home of
Mrs. J. S. Cook.
?The regular session of the
Alamance county general court
was opened Monday morning and
was immediately adjourned. All
cases docketed for trial this week
had been previously continued un.
til the June 10th session.
?Finnl fiooires f<w the Emer
gency Food Drive conducted here
show that $124.81 was collected
in cash contributions and more
than 1200 cans of food to be
shipped to the starving people of
Europe and Asia.
?An increase in the tax rate
of the Town of Graham from
$1.50 to $1.80 on each $100 prop
erty evaluation has been reveal
ed by a town official, who says
that the increase was necessary
to meet the rising cost of labor
Mrs. J. Mel Thompson and A.
B. Thompson .went to Mebane
last Thursday for the funeral of
Lt. and Mrs. James S. Cook, Jr.,
of Oak Ridge spent the week-end
with Lieutenant Cook's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Clao Owens and
son, Johnny, are going to North
Wilkesboro to make their home.
Mr. Owens will be manager of the
Kress store there,
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Harden
and daughters, Nettie Ann and
Bett, of Danville, Va., spent the
week-end with his mother, Mrs.
P. R. Harden, and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rnney.
1*? anj Mko T Anlrntf. Rlftck
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well of Burlington, a son, Walter
Harden Blackwell, at St. Leo's
hospital, Greensboro, May 30.
Mrs. Blackwell is the former Miss
Annie Ruth Harden of here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. How
erton of Gibsonville, a daughter,
Linda Ruth, at Sternberger's
- hospital, Greensboro, May 28.
Dr. Troxler's Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Haley
of Burlington, a daughter, Vir
ginia Mae, May 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Mitchell, Bur
lington, route 1, a son, Frankie
Eugene, May 28.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McVey of
of Snow Camp, route 2, a daugh
ter, Janie Kay, May 29.
Mr. and Mrs. John Guy Heri
. tage of Burlington, a son, Ever
ette Ogfourn, II, May 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Maram
duke Rader announce the engage
ment and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Bettie Maude,
to Thomas Worthy Coble, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Worthy
Coble also of here. The wedding
is planned for June 22 at the Gra
ham Methodist church.
Celebrate Golden Wedding Day
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Wade of
Gibsonville, celebrated their Gold
en Wedding day Sunday, May 26,
During the afternoon they re
ceived friends and relatives at
It in estimated that 81 per cent of
the people in the world have a real
income of lesa than $10 per breed
winner per week.
L-H. Kernodle and son, Lovick
H., *., were visitors here Tues
Miss Betty Scott is spending
several days in Wilmington visit
Mr. and Mrs. John Linens are
visiting their son, A. J. Lin
ens, in Raleigh, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Foust, Jr?
of Greensboro were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
A. P. Williams went to-Gray's
Chapel, Randolph county . for ?
reunton of the Williams family
on Sunday. <
Miss Mary E. Parker spent Fri
day in Greensboro with her cous
in, Miss Lillie Ilonrine, who is in
the hospital for treatment.
Dan Reaves, Bowden Moore
and Allen D. Tate, Jr., attended
the W. C. U. N. C. senior prom
Friday evening in Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Justice,
Jr., oi oheraw. S. C., spent the
week-enu With Mrs. Justices
mother, Mrs. lone Scott Thomp
Mrs. Durward Stokes attended
the Woman's Auxiliary Training
qnVinnl rvF the PrflflKvtorion oVtitwli
V4 W??V 4. *VWWJ W* !?*" VUIUVU
at Peace Ck>llege in Raleigh this
Capt. and Mrs. Henry Nooe and
daugnter, Margaret Courtney, of
Philadelphia, are spending sever*
al days with her mother, Mrs. J.
Pvt. Robert A. Fousit, a mem
ber of the Army Band at Camp
Lee, Va., spent the .week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. I. Ward, Jr., of the Univer
sity of North Carolina Law school
Chapel Hill, spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. I. Ward.
William deR. Scott and John B.
Straitford, Jr.' arrived home from
Fishburne Military School last
Friday *o spend the summer va
cation with their parents.
Mrs. Hal McAdams and son,
Mac, Mrs. lone Morris and daugh
ter* Kay, and Mrs. E. E. Mc
Adams left last Saturday for a
week's stay at Myrtle Beach. Mrs.
Morris returned home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Neese and
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jontes are
spending several days in Atlan
tic City, N. J. Mr. Jones and: Mr.
Neese are attendeng the National
convention of Rotary Internation
C. S. Murphy and daughter,
Mrs. Blanche Johnson of High
Point were guests of their sis
ters, Misses Annie and Cornelia
Murphy on Sunday and attended
memorial day at Providence
Miss Dorothy Foust and Mr.
and Mrs. William Berkley of
Durham spent the week-end in
Greensboro attending the WC,
UNC alumnae meeting on Satur
day and the baccalaureate sermon
at Woman's College on Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Stockand
went to Oak Ridge Military acad
emy last Friday to see their son,
Robert M. Stockard, Jr., receive
his diploma at the graduation ex
ercises. They were accompanied
by their daughter, Miss Virginia
Stockard. _ (
Among the out-of-towners
present at Providence memorial
day Sunday were John W. Hard
en, private secretary to Gov.
Gregg Cherry, who was speaker
for the occassion, and Mrs. Hard
en, and their son and daughter,
Miss Glenn Abbott Harden and
Jack of Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Harden and Ray Harden, Jr.,
of Durham; Glenn Anglin of
Durham; Mr. and Mrs. George
Clendenin of Raleigh; Dr. and
Mrs. Leon Smith of Hon College.
John B. Stratford, John B.
Stratford, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Stratford, Mrs. W. H. Strat
ford, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kernodle,
Jr., Mrs. D. Burton May, Mrs.
Parke Stratford, Mrs. John J.
Henderson, Mrs. Harper Barnes
were among those attending the
graduation exercises at the Wom
an's College of the University in
Greensboro on Monday. Miss
Cora Harden Stratford, who re
ceived her A B degree, and Mrs.
John B. Stratford, who had been
with her daughter for the week
end's activities, accompanied Mr.
Alamance County Graduates 0/ W. C.
BETTIE "ANE OWEN.
NORA LEE COOK.
CORA HARDEN STRATFORD.
Greensboro, June 3 ? In the
class of 448 students who grad
uated this morning from The Wo
man's College were three from
Alamance county. In graduating
exercises in Aycock auditorium
speakers were Gov. R. Gregg
Cherry, Dr. Frank Porter Graham,
president of the University of
North Carolina; Dr. W. C. Jack
son, chancellor: and Miss Betty
Jane Sarratt, Ircvard, represent
ing the senior class. Governor
Cherry presented diplomas to the
graduates, on whom President
Graham conferred degrees.
Alatnance graduates included
Misses Nora Lee Cook, Burling
ton"; Cora Harden Stratford. Gra
bam, and Bettle Jane Owen, Gib
Miss Cook, a candidate for a
bachelor of science degree in sec
retarial administration, has been
a member of Pine Needles, year
book staff this year. She is a
member of the Dikean society.
Gamma Alpha club, for business
majors, and has formerly served
as hall proctor, dance committee
member and floor leader for the
War Service league.
An A. B. degree with a major
in voice was awarded to Miss
Stratford. A transfer from Saint
Mary's college, she has been a
member of College choir for the
past three years, the Dikean so
ciety, Glee club and Vcng Com
poser's club. Last year J - Strat
ford made Dean's Hat for honor
students and was an advisor to
A bachelor of science degree
In physical education was awarded
Hiss Owen. She has been a mem
ber of College choir, Aletheian
society and Recreation associa
tion for four years. Her other ac
tivities include Pine Needles staff,
Square Dance club, and participa
tion in hockey, soccer, speed ball,
swimming, volley ball, Softball
and baseball events. Miss Owen
was also named to Dean's list.
Governor Cherry Main Speaker
The Providence Memorial As
sociation had Governor R. Gregg
Cherry as speaker at its 46th an
nual meeting at Providence Chris
tian church last Sunday
The church was filled and over
flowing with the people who
wished to hear the Governor's
Pointing out that such institu
tions as the Providence church
have strengthened the spiritual
fibres of the nation, Governor
Cherry said "Although two wars
have weakened many things It
has strengthened the principal of
spiritual development. The natu
ral result", he said, "is a greater
respect for the unfathomable and
a consequent drawing closer to
Reviewing the history of the
church from its establishment in
1751, Governor Cherry said that
"this spot has for nearly two cen
turies been a center of eduotiont
al, community, judicial and social
activities of the state, with a
heritage that the people of Ala
mance county can be justly
Following the morning session
the .meeting adjourned to the
church grounds where more than i
500 persons had a picnic din- j
In the afternoon a special mu- <
sir program was offered by the 1
church choir and by Frank T.n
ney, well known tenor. 1
A brief business session was '
presided over by W. J. Nicks, <
president of the Providence Me- \
mortal association. C. A. Trol- >
linger was elected president for 1
the next year.
Rotary Club Meeting
Members of the local Rotary
club were entertained with a quiz
programr during their regular
weekly meeting last Thursday ,
evening at the Green Gables Iim.
President Leo Grutsch presided
and conducted the quiz program.
Following members stood for ?
one minute in silent prayer in ob- j
servance of Memorial Day. An
invocation was conducted by Al
len Tate. I
Rev. John R. Williams
Evangelistic services will be
gin at Hawfields Presbyterian
church Rt. 1, Mebane, on June
16th and will continue through
through the 28th. Services will be
held each day at 10:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. by Rev. John R. Wil
G. C. Graduate
MISS BETTY BLAND COOK
of Graham, received her B. S.
degree from Greensboro Col
lege on Monday, May 27th. She
is a member of the Emerson so
ciety, a senior marshalI, and
business manager for the i al
lege paper, "The Collegian."
Rev. John W. Patton Passes
Rev. John W. Patton, 85, prom
nent citizen and retired Christian
minister of Elon College, died
Wednesday evening of last week
it Alamance General hospital af
er several days of critical illness.
Rev. Patton was widely known
throughout the state as Grand i
ecturer Masoic Lodge. He was'
>rdained into the ministry sixty
five years ago and served pastor
al charges until 1934 when he re
signed to give his entire time to
Masonic service. He was Masonic
ecturer for 22 counties in the
state. He is a past master of
he EJon College Lodge and has
served as worthy patron of the
>rder Eastern Star and past wor
thy .patron of the order Eastern
Star, North Carolina.
He had been a resident of Eton
College for the past forty-five j
years. He was educated in the
free schools of Alamance county, |
Graham Normal College, Suffolk
Collegiate Institute and the Uni
versity of North Carolina.
Surviving are two daughters,
Mrs. Allene Patton Rich; anfl
Mrs. Gwendolin Patton Fogleman
Dne brother, George Patton, and
Funeral services were conduct
ed Friday afternoon in Whitley
auditorium at Eton College by
Dr. L. E. Smith assisted by Rev.
L. Boyd Hamm. Interment was
in Magnolia cemetery.
Poo (try Feed
One 100-pound bag of 34 to 38 per
cent concentrate, and 700 pounds of
whole farm grains will feed 100
hens on full egg production about
Fohn Alexander Baynes Pauses
John Alexander Baynes, 52, a
resident of Burlington for the
past 30 years and city clerk for
the past 13 years, died at Ala
mance hospital Sunday afternoon
following one week of illness.
Born in Caswell county as the
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ar
ch [e Alexander Baynes, the de
ceased remained on his father's
farm until moving to Burlington
where he became associated in
the tobacco business and remain
ed there until accepting the city
clerk appointment. While in the
tobacco business he tr^yeled
through several sopthem states.
Funeral services were conduct
ed at the home Tuesday after
noon by Rev. Chester Alexander
assisted by Clyde Stanfield. Bur
ial iwas Pine Hill cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, MrB.
Dorsie Vaughn Baynes; four
daughters, Mrs. C. R. Faucette,
Jr., Mrs. James C. Brooks, Cpb
Doris Baynes and Jo Anne Bay
nes ; one son, John A. Baynes, Jr.,
and four grandchildren.
Musical Program Given at School
More than 700 people packed
into the school auditorium last
Thursday night for a concert by
the Graham school glee club,
Dana ana aancmg ciaas. i ne pro
gram, which was under the di
rection of Misses Margaret H.
Porter and Geraldine WaH, in
cluded band and glee club num
bers and skits by the dancing
A total of 125 students parti
cipated in the event, which clim
axed the work by the three school
organizations for the year. It was
the second public appearance of
the school band, which was or
ganized this year for the first
time. The glee club has won
state-wide honors in singing com
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Average 1943 farm income was
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GRAHAM KKIKND8 MEETING
Rev. Rcber: O. Crow, Pastor
1:41 a. m.: Sunday School. Daniel
11:00 a m.: Morning worship.
t.l( p m.: Young Friends meeting.
7.00 p. m.: Evening Worahip.
T:00 p. m. Wedneaday: Prayer meet
GRAHAM METHODDrr CHURCH
Re*. J. 1. Boon*. Paator.
0:46 a. m.: Church School. W, B.
11:11 a. m.: Morning worahip. Ser
mon by the paator.
? :00 p. m.: Toung People'* Meet- -\i
Ing. Dorothy Fouat. Leader.
7:00 p. m.: Evening Worahip Ser
mon by the paator.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Re*. Guy S Cain, Paator.
0:45 a. m.: Sunday School. Monte
11:## a. m.: Morning worahip. Ser
mon by the paator.
7:00 p. m.: Baptlat Training Union.
Mlae Ciena Church, director.
1:0# p. m. Evening Worahip
p. m. Wedneeday: Prayer Meet
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Corner Market and Mill Sta.
Rev. Eugene Hancock, Paator
1:41 a. m.: Sunday School. J. W.
Gray, auperlntendent. F. B. Pegg. aa
11:00 a. m.: Morning worahip. Ser
mon by the paator.
7:1# p. m.: Evangelletlc aervloe.
Sermon by the rant or.
Bernard Vernon Munger, Minuter
10:00 a- m. Sunday School Robt.
11:00 a. m.: Service of CftrlatlalM
Rev. Frederick W. Lewie, D. D?
Temporary Supply Paator.
0:46 a. m. Sunday School, H- D.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worahip. Ser
mon by paator.
7:10 p. m.: Evening Worahlp
7:10 p. m.; Wedneeday. Prayer
Rev. W. R. Buhlar, Paator
0:46 a. m.: Sunday School, L. N.
,1:00 a. m.. Morning Worahip
7 00 p. m.: Young People's Veaper
7:10 p. m.: Wedneeday, Prayar
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