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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, May 06, 1969, Page 2, Image 2

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Attend AAUW Workshop At Elon College Sat. Mrs. Michael Palmer, Dr. Ann Blumenfeld, Miss Ade laide Johnson, all of Louis burg, and Mrs. Charles Tim ber lake, Jr., of Fnnklinton, attended the spring workshop for members of the American Association^ of University Women, held at Elon College, Saturday, May 3. The theme of the work shop was "Topics: Choice, Challenge, Change"; the pur pose, to stimulate interest in the four new study topics: (1) American Foreign Policy: Dilemmas and Realities of Power (2) The Academic Community-New Look on Campus (3) This Beleaguered Earth-Can Man Survive? (4) The Human Use of Urban Space. The Alamance Branch was hostess to the AAUW branches in the eastern part of the state, as around sev enty representatives heard in spirational introductions to all four topics by specialists in these fields. Dr. Muriel W. Brown, of Stephen City, Virginia, area Club Studies Wild Flowers The Gay Gardeners Junior Club visited Mr. De Hart's Wild Flower Garden, Friday for their club program. Some of the plants, trees and wild flowers studied were: Pholx, Birdfoot Violets, Wild Colum bine, Pink Moccasin Flower, Dwarf Iris, Orchids, Rabbit Tobacco, Wooly Mullein, Strawberry Bush, Red Bud, Dogwood, Tulip Tree, ferns and many other species of wild flower plants. A study was made of the difference of the poison ivy and the Virginia Creeper 90 when walking through the woods that the two plants could be recognized. Mrs. Mills, Club Counselor gave a report to the club on the Junior Garden Club Breakfast held in Charlotte during the Forty-Fourth Annual Garden Club Con vention. Mrs. Fred Leonard and Mrs. John Mills. Club Counse lors served as hostess for the meeting. Mrs.' J. R. Grady, member of the "Town and Country Garden Club attended the club as a guest of her daugh ter, Phonda Grady. representative for Com munity Problems for AAUW, was luncheon speaker. Dr. Brown, a graduate of Welles ley and holder of MA and PH.D's in psychology from Leland Stanford and John Hopkins Universities respec tively, is a writer, teacher, lecturer, and consultant in the areas of her specialties community development and family and child develop ment. Special discussion group sessions were held after lunch, concluding with a second general session con centrating on "Action for Un ified Society." Announcements were made of the North Carolina Fall Convention and of the National Convention io be held in Chicago, June 15-19, where the Louisburg Branch will be recognized as one of the three branches in the North Carolina Division for having a 15 per cent or better increase in membership for the 1968-69 year. 4-H Dress Revue This Thursday 4-H Dress Revue and Talent Program will be held Thursday evening. May 8th in Louisburg College Audi torium. The program will be gin very promptly at 8:00 P.M. Over eighty club mem bers will model garments which as developed from their 4-H project activities. Garments to be modeled will be suitable for many varied occasions, such as party, school, church, play and etc. A similar number of club members will present talent numbers consisting of instru mental. vocal and other acts or dramatUization. Both of these activities will be on competitive bases. Winners wUI participate in the District contest on June 26, in. Wil son, North Carolina. This type of program r presents one of many areas of opportunity our club mem bers have to exhibit their skills and talent. The public is invited to attend this event. It is neces sary that a small admission be charged at the door. MOTHER S DAY GIVE HER ROYAL COLLECTION llnmiatakably ... the finest An outstanding assort ment of milk and dark chocolates, sure to please "Mom" on her special day. $2.75 pound. We have a complete se lection of Mother's Day Gift Chocolates. PLEASANT'S DRUGS NORTH MAIN ST. LOUISBURG, N. C. CITY BARBER SHOP , Will Be Closed May 5, 6, 7 For Remodeling Reopen May 8 ALL-ROUND, EVERYONE BREAKFAST . . . New from the Kitchens of Sara Lee are the leaner, lighter, less expensive Sara Lep Light Coffee Rings. Created to meet the needs of the young growing family, the Light line has appeal for everyone, toddlers to teens and parents, too. The Sara Lee Light products include Raspberry, Blueberry, and Maple Crunch, along with the reformulated Cinnamon Rolls. They are made with a lighter, less dense sweet dough as compared with the company's richer Danish products. At breakfast Sara Lee Light can make the Continental scene with coffee or milk and orange juice; or as a sweet touch to a . fuller weekend menu with eggs se/ved alone or with bacon, ham, or Canadian bacon. Youngsville Miss Sharon Mullen of Ox ford, N. C. visited during the weekend with her grand mother, Mrs. Mamie Winston. Jimmie Moss was here from school in Lynchburg, Va. to spend the weekend with his parents. Mrs. A. N. Corpening and children and Mrs. B. H. Pat terson were in Portsmouth, Virginia during the weekend to attend a relatives wedding. Mrs. C. H. Roberts, Sr. is a patient at Wake Forest Branch Hospital in Wake Forest, N. C. Mrs. Kay Chesson was here from Norfolk, Va. to spend the weekend with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Thar rington visited with relatives in Emporia, Va. during the weekend. Mrs. W. F. Mitchell and daughter Carol spent the weekend in Winston Salem with relatives. Mrs. W. T. Holden and her sister. Mrs. Bertha Sledge of Louisburg, returned home Thursday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kline in Columbia, Pennsyl vania. TRIM ? The cofrtdress for sum mer turns up in a lightweight cool cotton with the look of quilting. In a bold plaid of earth brown and desert gold, it's ideal wear for lunching at the country club or shopping in town. Designed by Sutton Place of Texas. The greatest art on earth is performed by two marriage partners who keep the spark alive and rear a normal family over the years. One fault with the human race is the number of people who know how to read but have not learned how to think. Franklinton Student Named Alumni Scholar Greensboro - Alice Ade laide Green of Franklinton is one of three students at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro who have been named Alumni Scholars by the UNC-G Alumni Associa tion. Each scholar will receive a $750 scholarship annually. Also named were Carol Brownacombe. a junior from Charlotte and Linda Darlene Harmon, a junior from Greensboro. Miss Green is a freshman elementary educa tion major. In addition, seven incom ing freshmen have been named Alumni Scholars and will also receive $750 scholar ships to help defray first-year expenses. They are: Mary Ollie Bumgarner. Lenoir; Karen Sue Dawson, Eden; Katherine Ann Inman. Green ville; Linda Diane McDanlel, Fayettevllle; Penelope Anne Muae. Laurinbuig; Judy Ann Phillips. Burnsville and Carolyn Christine Rape, Mount Ulla. The seven were chosen from more than 180 applicants. The Alumni Scholarship* are made possible through UNC-G's Alumni Annu|l Giving Program. . Miss Green is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Joyner Green of 209 West Lee St. in Franklinton. She ranked first academically in her senior class last year at Franklinton High School and received high school awards In both English and history. Like other Alumni Scholars, she was chosen on i the basis of academic stand ing, intellectual promise, character, leadership ability, financial need and demon strated ambition. ALICE GREEN Safe, New, Easy Way To LOSE UGLY FAT! ; Tiny. condensed tablet help* you rt* ducc excessive weight No need to go hungry fcat 3 sensible. satisfying meals tvfcf yday! Rimom Poundi and Inchat! New X ? 1 1 Tablets and Reducing Plan) helps 'imovi pounds and inches ol ugly fat from thighs. neck. lags, waist . in fact aN ovarf Available without prescription. N?m MIm a Mtal! Eal and lota oaightl You can aatlafy vo.k appatlta and paajotf aalia pounda. too. Sound*%nethod curb* appetite. Automatically you aaf lota want last. Cuarantaad laaa Fat 0, 8ackf k??k ISP"?** *>????. ???? ugty fat. Scientific reducing plan guarsnt+fit to lote weight for you with vary first pack ?ga o? money back. FijTl/ SCOGCIN >||gr DRUG STORE Cot. Main at Nath Loubburg, N. C. Franklin Mem. Hospital Notes The following were pa tients in the hospital Tuesday morning: PATIENTS: William G. Al ford, Youngsviiie; Mittie L. Alston, Whitaker; Jonah Ar nold, Louisburg; Nancy Louise Alston, Louisburg; Robbie L. Ball, Louisburg; Ida L. Best, Louisburg; Pattie K. Boone, Castalia; Shirley M. Bowers. Franklinton; Michael G. Bridges, Franklinton; Ricky Allen Carden, Spring Hope; Hillman J. Cash, Louis burg; Brian Keith Champion, Louisburg; Richard C. Collier, Louisburg; Annie P. Collins, Louisburg; Walter J. Cooke, Franklinton; Lessie P. Davis, Louisburg; Maggie F. Davis, Louisburg; Stephen J. Dicker son, Henderson; Virgil E. Duncan, Louisburg; Nathan M. Edwards, Louisburg; Ronald C. Edwards, Jr., Louisburg; Lucie D. Fall well, Farmville; Merail Eugene Fisher^ Spring Hope; Walter R. Fulghum, Castalia; Frances W. Fuller, Louisburg; James E. Gupton, Louisburg; Beat rice A. Harper, Louisburg; Ann H. Harris, Raleigh; Mary Louise C. Harris, Franklinton; Rebecca Hicks, Louisburg; Jonie Forest House, Louis burg; Jean Powers Joyner, Franklinton; Mattie F. Lan caster, Louisburg; Susan Ida Lancaster, Castalia; Jimmy D. Lairson, Wake Forest; Estelle P. Medlin, Zebulon; Walter R. Moore, Franklinton; Lou nette B. Murphy, Louisburg; George A. Nelms, Castalia; John E. Nelms, Louisburg; Elsie G. Perry, Louisburg; Gertrude P. Perry, Louisburg; Lois T. Perry, Louisburg; James Person, Franklinton; Louise D. Phelps, Louisburg; Johnnie F. Scott, Tarboro; Dorothy C. Shearon, Frank linton; Edward L. Tomlinson, Franklinton; Jimmie Webb, Louisburg; Eleanor U. W he less, Zebulon; Bennie T. West er, Louisburg; Mary W. Whit ley, Louisburg; Eva F. Wig gins, Louisburg; Josephine T. Williams, Franklinton; Eliza beth C. Wilson, Louisburg; Joseph A. Winston, Youngs ville; Nettie H. Winstead, Louisburg; Donnell Wort ham, Louisburg; James E. Yar borough, Louisburg. Celebrate Silver Anniversary THE JOHN H. IHRIES Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ihrie, III. above, were entertained on the occasion of their Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary with a dinner party on Saturday, May 3rd, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson 0. Joyner, at their home on Bickett Boulevard. About Your Home Today bedrooms lead a round-the-clock lire. High building costs have moved the dining room into the living room, have combined the kitchen, laundry and break fast rooms/and have made the study douole as a guest room. For this same good reason a lot of smart people are making the bedrooms take on twenty-four-hour living. Children's bed rooms, fit ted with built-in toy space and a desk and a television will become their favorite room and they will want to stay there. If one room must do for two children, use an accor dian partition, which folds back to convert the room into one big playroom. At night, when the partition is closed, the children have in dividual sleeping quarters. The modern master bed room has a sitting room look. A writing desk and comfor table chain make it an in viting spot to relax in during the day. Bathrooms, with double basins and a screened-off toilet and bathing space, serves as two bathrooms Cor the family. These new ideas are work ing for hundreds of families in the United States. ALA Makes Poppy Plans The American Legion Auxiliary held its May meet ing in the home of Mrs. Oscar Joyner on North Bickett Boulevard. Mrs. W. M. Wynne, presi dent, presided over the open ing formalities. Mrs. Florence Wells gave the devotions. During the busineM ses sion, it was decided that poppies would be sold on Friday and Saturday next to Memorial Day, May 30. Excerpts from "Nation's Business" featuring the "Good America", its remain ing freedoms and the idea of Professional Draft law were read by Miss Elizabeth John son, co-program chairman. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Wells, served an ice cream sundae and cookies. Locals Attend Vocational Meet Mrs. Ialeen Mode, Mrs. Li la Pearce, Mrs. Marjorie Leonard, Mr. Grad and Mr. Joe Pearce were the Franklin County members who at tended the annual meeting of the North Carolina Voca tional Association in Wilming ton on May 2nd-3rd. For the Friday evening program, Mr. A. G. Bullard, Director of Vocational Edu cation, State Department of Public Instruction, spoke on the status and trends in high school vocational education. Dr. A. Craig Phillips, State Superintendent of Public In struction, was the speaker for the Saturday luncheon. He discussed changes in educa tion and vocational educa tion's contributions. During the divisional meet ings Saturday morning, Mrs. Marjorie Leonard was in stalled as vice-president of the Home Economics Section of the N.C.V.A. Few saps can resist gossip or flattery. This is the time of year cute things look cuter. 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