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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, April 03, 1969, Page 2, Image 2

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Engagement Announced SYLVIA JANUE F AIRCLOTH Mr. and Mrs. Har.y A. Faircloth announce the engagement of their daughter, Sylvia Janue, to James Ronald Williford, son of Mrs. R. K. Williford of St. Paul and the late Mr. Williford. The wedding will take place May 4 at Cumberland Union Baptist Church in Fayetteville. Miss haircloth's sister, Mrs. Ronnie Johnson, lives in Frankiinton. (Frk. B.W.) A friend is someone who doesn't expect any favors. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doc tor's proscription, our product callcd Galaxon. You must lose ugly fat or your money .back. Galaxon is a tablet and easily swallowed. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Galaxon costs $3.00 and is sold on this guaran tee: If not satisfied for any reason, just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. No quttftions asked. Galaxon is sold on this guarantee by: PLEASANT S DRUG STORE Louisburg MAIL ORDERS FILLED Bake Sale Youngsville Cadette Scouts are planning a Bake Sale to be held Saturday, April twelfth, in Wake Forest. Proceeds will be used to fi nance a Girl Scout trip. Cadettes are working on pocketbooks which they plan to use on tjieir trip. The idea that truth is not complete and that man has much to learn is the basis for modern research and pro gress. ' Mrs. Shearon Entertains Bridge Club (Frk.B.W.) Mrs. W. A. Shearon entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Her home was decorated with jonquils, scotch broom and other spring flowers. ' , Mrs. Ollie Jenkins received high score prize while second high went to Mrs. Richard Whitfield. Mrs. W. H. M. Jenkins was the recipient of guest high. Assisted by Mrs. B. N-. Williamson, Jr. and Mrs. Fred Blount, the_ hostess served a dessert course with coffee at the conclusion of the third progression. Special guests were Mrs. W. H. M. Jenkins, Mrs. Bruce Honeycutt and Mrs. Farris Kannon. In Service BOBBY T. FAULKNER Norfolk, Va. (FHTNC) - Ship's Serviceman First Class Bobby T. Faulkner, USN, son of Mrs. Joel B. Faulkner of Route 1, Louisburg, N. C., apd husband of the former Miss Mary E. Beasley of Route 3, Oxford, N. C., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Vogelgesang at Norfolk, Va. The ship is preparing for a regular overhaul in the Bos ton Naval Shipyard. The Vogelgesang, after its re modernization in 1962, has seen extensive service in op erations in the eastern Atlan tic, Caribbean and Mediter ranean areas. The Vogelgesang was awarded a commendation from the Commander, U. S. Seventh Fleet for its action against enemy forces "in Viet nam. The world has a number of individuals who will argue about anything, anywhere, any time. Beddingfield In Recital BEDDINGFIELD Donnie H. Beddingfield, a graduate student at the Uni versity of Oklahoma, will give an organ recital at 8 p.m. Monday, April 7, in the chapel of Southeastern Bap tist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest. Works played will Be by Lubeck, Franck, Bach, Hindemith, Piston and Persichetti. The young musician, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Bedding field of Zebulon, and a 1963 graduate of Bunn High School, began his organ study with Inex McNabb. Further study was with Dr. H. Max Smith of Southeastern Bap tist Theo. Seminary. He re-e ceived the Bachelor of Music degree from Mars Hill College studying organ with Donna N. Robertson. Beddingfield will complete the Master of Music degree at the Univ. of Oklahoma in June, where he has studied with the noted teacher and concert artist, Mildred An drews. He has been appointed to the staff of Missouri Bap tist College, Hannibal, Mo., as instructor in organ, piano, and theory, beginning in Sep tember. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend the Monday night program of music. Serving Eastern Carolina's Land of Golden Opportunity What's this Double 5 Guaranty? We'll tell you. Your 27 Big W Bank offices now let you put only >500 in a Golden Passbook premium passbook account (add any amount thereafter). Waccamaw will guarantee your 6% rate of interest for 5 years. Besides that, Waccamaw guarantee i that 6% interest rate for 5 years, again, each time you make additional deposits. We're the first bank in North Carolina to do this. Open your Golden Passbook account at Waccamaw! WACCAMAW WACCAMAW BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Mimbir F?d?ral D?po?(t Irtauranca Corporation lailitilla ? lalivla ? Ckafkiiri ? Ckli|ia|li Clarttu ? III* ? Fairaut ? Klliiifllla laki Wicctmiw ? lilai# ? Uilikir? ? liakartu litftlwMd ? Rim Hill ? tt Pull ? Skallatta ? tutkfirt Takar City ? Wkltnllla ? Wltaldftaa ? VaapM lank AAUW Officers Elected Dr. Blumenfeld Is Hostess . Dr. Ann Blumenfeld was hostess at her home on Ford Circle Monday evening to the Louisburg Branch of the American Association of Uni versity Women. This, the March meeting, was devoted entirely to busi ness and, in the absence of the president and the first vice president, was presided over by the second vice presi dent, Miss Adelaide Johnson. After the reading of the minutes by Mrs. Adrene Brown and the presentation of the treasurer's report by Mrs. Margaret Pruette, Mrs. laiene Mode, chairman of the nominating committee pre sented the following of of ficers to be elected this year: First Vice President and Chairman of Program Devel opment, Mrs. Julia Carr; Second Vice President and Membership Chairman, Mrs. Adrene Brown; Treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Pruette; Secre Deaths O. D. STALUNGS, JR. Raleigh - 0. D. Stallings, Jr., 54, of 504 Parnell St., an aide at Dorothea Dix Hospi tal, died Wednesday. Surviv ing are his wife, Mrs. Mary Neville Stallings; a brother, Victor M. Stallings, of Rt. 1, t :_i uuuisuurg. ALBEN G. HORTON Alben Greg Horton, 19, or Rt. 1, Louisburg, died Wed nesday. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the New Hope Christian Church by the Revs. Tracy Floyd and Leslie Wicker. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Horton of Rt. 1, Louisburg; a sister, Judy K. Horton of the home. Franklin Mem. Hospital Notes The following patients were in the hospital Thursday morning: PATIENTS. Herbert Ju lian Allen, Louisburg; Tazzie Howard Braswell, Bunn; Mo zeller Perkerson Brown, Louisburg; Vaughn S. Bru baker. Spring Hope; James Allen Burgess, Louisburg; Ga la Peoples Cash, Louisburg; Doza Wester Champion, Louisburg; Jean Winstead Collie, Spring Hope; Ralph P. Davis, Louisburg; James G. Debnam, Franklinton; Mary Blanche Edwards. Zebulon; Nattue F. Fuller, Louisburg; Edgar Thomas Gilliam, Jr., Franklinton; Maggie Tharring ton Griffin. Castalia; Junius W. Gupton, Louisburg; Bruce Lee Harper, Louisburg; Alma Strother Harris, Franklinton; James Madison Harris, Spring Hope; Mary Lee Hicks, Louis burg; Jonathan^ McKnight, Bunn; Watson Henry Massey, Zebulon; Bobbie Stevens Medlin, Louisburg; Fannie Y. Munford, Louisburg; Joseph Thomas Neal, Louisburg; George Allen Nelms, Castalia; John Edward Nelms, Louis burg; Edward Goodman Par rish, Castalia; Ada Lou Perry, Louisburg; Lavassar Burt Perry, Louisburg; Lillie J. Perry, Louisburg; Ralph Donald Perry, Franklinton; Arthur W. Person, Louisburg; Elnora Hudson Phelps, Louis burg; Etta Privette, Louis burg; Hattie S. Raynor, Louisburg; William Robert Robbing, Louisburg; Beiufort Davis Scull, Warrenton; Eu gene Wheless S tailings, Louis burg; Florence L. Stallings, Louisburg; Brenda Ann Thar rington. Louisburg; Harold Wayne Thompson, Franklin ton; Lorraine Jones Wester, Louisburg; Katie Mae Wil liams, Henderson; Arch N. Wilson, Louisburg; Elizabeth Connell Wilson. Louisburg; Katie B. Pearce Wilson, Bunn; Blanche Knight Wynne, Klt trell; James Edward Yar borough, Louisburg; Mar guerite Clifton Young, Youngsville; Donnie Perry, Rocky Mount; Unwood Champion, Louisburg; Mary Alice Wardrett, Henderson; Curtis Davis, Louisburg. When you talk to an Indi vidual who want! full agree ment with hit, or her vtewi, you are waiting your time. tary, Mrs. Bertha Whitfield. The slate was accepted as presented. Hostesses were determined for most of the 1969-70 meetings. A favorable vote was taken to make a donation toward the purchase of a gift for the outgoing state president, to be presented at the workshop in Mooresville the latter part of April. Among the reports from the standing committees was one on Fellowships given by Dr. Blumenfeld, who re viewed the participation of the Louisburg Branch in this activity for the last several years. Miss Adelaide Johnson read parts of a letter from the state membership chairman in which she commented on the branch membership gain of 19 percent during 1968 and indicated that the chapter would be recognized for this at the National Convention to be held in Chicago in June. Branch report forms were distributed to several mem bers, and suggestions were made about information to go into- notices to be sent out just before the next meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting. Dr. Blumenfield, as sisted by several of the mem bers, served delicious refresh ments consisting of pie, salted nuts, and coffee. Engagement Announced TONI VIVIAN MERRITT Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Merritt of Louisburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Toni Vivian, to Mr. Daniel Andrew Adams of Charleston, S. C., son of Mrs. Alpha Adams and the late Mr. Charnie Theodore Adams, Sr. of Durham, N. C. The wedding is planned for June 7, 1969 at the Trinity United Methodist Church. Bess Green Crowned Miss Franoca Beauties Compete Lovelies above participated in the Miss Franoca contest at Franklinton Hieh School last week. Shown left to right are: Miss Cindy Ball, Miss Bess Green, Queen; Miss Annette Ball Miss Hope Beckham and Miss Richie Whitfield. (FRK. B.W.) Pranklinton High School Junior Bess Green was named Miss Fran oca 1969 Friday, March 28 at the conclusion of the annual Miss Franoca contest held in the high school auditorium. She was crowned by Pam Radford, Miss Franoca 1968. Bess was selected from 18 F.H.S. f r eshmen, sopho mortt juniors, and seniors. Candidates appeared in church wear, school wear, and evening wear and were judged on their attractiveness, poise, gracefulness, appropri ateness of dress, and posture. Following the three phases of competition, five finalists were chosen and they an swered two p re-determined questions. Judges made a final tally and the runners-up and Miss Franoca were an nounced. Besides Miss Green, they wery as follows: first runner-up. Cindy Ball; second runner-up, Richie Whitfield; third runner-up, Annette Ball; and fourth runner-up, Hope Beckham. Mr. Wesley Jackson, prin cipal at F.H.S.. served as M.C. Judges were Mrs. W. W. Hold ing of Wake Forest, Mrs. Wil bur Jolly of Louisburg, and Mr. Rebius Prison of Center ville. Chester Davis, Odessa Hall and Joan Blackley enter tained between phases. Miss Martha Whitfield and Mrs. Bruce Honeycutt were pian ists. The world's greatest shape (next to hers!) It's the shape that's shaking the world of men's fashion because, on a man like yoO, it belongs' With traced waist, sharper shoulders, bolder lapels. We have a big new selection of suits, Compatible* sport coats and slacks all coordinated in this season's sharpest colors and patterns. Tailored for quality in fabrics custom- wo vrn for 'Botany' 500. Custom fitted by our experts. We have the perfectly ? coordinated furnishings, too. Ask our Coordinators. 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