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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, May 06, 1969, Page 8, Image 8

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Lou Bello Addresses Annual Youngsville Booster Banquet Youngsville - Mr. Lou Beilo, as guest speaker it the Youngsville Booster Club Banquet, had his audience of about one hundred prac tically rolling in the aisle. With quick wit, and keen observation before his turn to speak on he program, he came up with some surprising personal remarks. His memory for names is a little startling. Judging by audience reaction to dramatic incidents related by Mr. Bello, he could have as successful a career in the entertainment Held as he has in sports. Prominently known in the area as a college basketball referee, Mr. Bello also of ficiates at football and base ball. He came out from Ral eigh Thursday night to speak at a banquet held at the Seminary Cafeteria. This was the second annual meeting with club members and Youngsville Athletic Depart ment members in attendance. Booster Club President L. A. Woodlief presided at the occasion. The guest speaker was introduced by Mr. Al DePorter. Mr. E. J. Pearce, member of the School Advisory Coun cil, recognized as guests: Mr. Jones Winston, member of the County School Board; School Principal Mr. A. L. Godwin; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allen of Wake Forest. Mr. Nyle Hart and Mr. Vernon Grissom were thank ed for construction of a Weight Machine which was a Booster Club project. Mr. L. J. Phillips was recognized for leadership in setting up out side goals at the school for the club. He was assisted on this project by Mr. Al De Porter, Mr. Ashby Keith and 'Mr. R. G. Evans. Girls Basketball Coach Mrs. Kay Phillips reviewed the ball season before pre senting the following awards: Letters for having played at least 15 quarters to Katie Ann Lindsey, Debbie Wood lief, Darnell Holmes, Crystal Catlett, Melinda Richardson, Gwen Hackney, Joyce Jeff reys, Gail Finch. Second year bars to Harriett Pearce, Janet Pearce, Deborah Rogers, Rhonda Strickland, Mary Lou Brown. Third year pins to Vickie Rogers, and Linda Pas chall. Girl's team Manager Johnny Conyers and assistant Manager Nancy Lindsey were recognized with gifts. A gift was presented to Mrs. Phillips from the girls team. Boys Basketball and Baseball coach Larry Lindsey reviewed the boys sports sea son. Recognition was given to the basketball team which in cluded Phil Wiggins, Morris Catlette, Rodney Roberts, Buddy Mitchell, Mike Hart, Mark Woodlief and Tony Bailey. Booster club member Douglas Holmes was com mended for work with the J V Team. In the area of baseball, awards were presented to J. B. Wheless, Vic Rogers and Worth Keith. Boys basketball and baseball manager Glenn Evans was presented a gift. Recognition was extended to Kenny and Benny Woodlief for their assistance to the manager in basketball. Also to Ricky Reddick for assis tance during the baseball sea Colorful Lou Bello FCX Chain Link Fence SALE 48" HIGH 11 Ga. 1.09 ft: ? INSTALLED 60" HIGH 11 Ga. 1.35 ft. ? INSTALLED GATES, CORNERS, ENDS & GATE POSTS EXTRA ' EXPERT INSTALLATION Call 496-3366 For Free Estimates . A LOUISBURG /C\ FCX SERVICE BICKETT BLVD. LOUISBURG. N. C. SAM WOOD. MGR. son. Cheerleaders were asked to stand and the graduating girls, Debbie Brown, Pam Gilliam and Janet Lloyd were given awards. Dr. A. N. Corpening who gave physicals to members of the teams and was their of ficial doctor throughout the season, was presented a gift from the teams. On behalf of the Booster Club, Mrs. Ben Hudson, who was scorekeeper, presented a trophy for the best defensive player on the girls team to Deborah Rogers; and a trophy for the best offensive player to Vickie Rogers. The best defensive player award for boys basketball went to Rodney Roberts. And the best offensive player award went to Morris Catlett. These were presented for the club by Douglas Holmes. Best defensive player trophy in baseball went to Beryl Keith, and offensive trophy to Rodney Roberts. These were presented by Mar vin Roberts. In recognizing Mr. Lindsey for coaching baseball, Mr. Roberts com mented that "where else would we find a coach who, with three bases loaded, would shout Shoot." Booster club Treasurer Rudy Evans extended thanks to Coach Undsey and Coach Kay Phillips from the Club. Club Secretary Earl Hart, who actively supported the boys team throughout the season, was in charge of ban quet tickets for the evening. Club (Continued from Page 1) presented in recognition for their achievements and the Junior Honor Roll certificate in appreciation of outstand ing service to the Garden Club of North Carolina. Miss Cindy Wilder, a mem ber of the Junior Club, took second place in the free hand bird drawing. Mrs. John Mills, President of the Louisburg Garden Club and Counselor for the Gay Gardeners Junior Club and Mrs. Marvin Pleasants, direc tor of the Perennial High School Gardeners, attended the State Convention to re present the Louisburg clubs. Vance Hits Youngsville Youngsville - Wayne Franklin's grand slam home run in the seventh inning propelled the Vance County Cougars to a 6-1 victory over Youngsville here Friday after noon in a Franklin County Conference match. Orphanage Beats Bunn Bunn - James Earp had a *" perfect 4-for-4 day at the plate in leading the Oxford Orphanage Red Devils to a 7-0 victory over Bunn here Friday afternoon. Nelson Broyal hurled a six-hitter and struck out seven for the win ners for his fifth mound triumph of the year. ? And Promptly Patient ? How can 1 ever repay you for your kindness to me? Doctor - By check, postal order, or cash. STOR-ALL Tool Box For Pickup Trucks No Leak . No Wear ' Safety Locks Easy To Mount SEE IT AT LOUISBURG SAW COMPANY Homelite Chain Saws ? Lawn Mowers Sales ,& Service ttckrtt Blvd. Louisburg, w.C. RAY WHITAKER, Owner Awards (Continued from Page 1) the newspaper to James White of Cove City. For ex cellence and interest in the subjects of French and Spanish the foreign language awards were presented by Mr. James Aubrey to Paulette Duke of Louisburg and Suzanne Roster of Ports mouth, Va.. respectively. The Ann Blumenfeld Scholarship was presented for the first time this year. The tuition scholarship was presented to Josephine Medlin of Louis burg who met the require ments of excellence in the study of a foreign language and other standards. Karen Caruthers of Rich mond, Va., received the award for outstanding ac hievement in the study of history. Dr. Cortland Smith presented this award. For the largest contribution to the total music program at the college during this year Miss Foster presented the Music Award to Anne Nichols of Burlington. For meeting the overall requirements in psychology Mr. Allen de Hart presented the award to William T. Beck ham of Louisburg. Margaret Weston was presented the Physics Award by Mr. Pruette for outstanding work in Gen eral Physics. The marshal's for the 1969 commencement were also re cognized by Mr. Purette. They are Deborah Elizabeth Roberts, chief, of Wanrenton; Edith Louise Dudley, Fair field; Margaret Veil Freeman, Louisburg; Mrs. Swannelle C. Etherton, Bunn; and Michael Leonard Barnett, Henderson. Prior to the end of the program Dean York administ ered the oath of office to the S.G.A. officers for the 1969-70 year. Today's television pro ducers, and script writers, un derestimate the intelligence of the viewing public. Cane Golfers Are Conference Co-Champs Louisburg came through with 4 straight conference victories to share the con ference championship with Chowan. Louisburg took command from the very start against Ferrum and COA Thursday and roared to a 28 stroke lead over COA after 9 holes, and a 21 stroke lead over Ferrum. When the match was over, Louisburg had won over COA 299-359, and over Ferrum 299-343. Dave Stamper was medalist with a 71 (36-35), Archmond Driver, Rt. 2, Loulsburg, is pictured above with a sizable haul of fish caught in a private pond last Thursday. Driver reports the largest bass weighed 5 pound, 2 ounces, two smaller ones hit 1M> to 2 pounds and the catch included one crappie. He used an artificial minnow for bait. Staff photo by Clint Fuller. Went attorney "Oh, no. . ... I'm justf bringing his lunch!" fa^jew Starts Wednesday NONE UNDER 16 ADMITTED All ticket* tfels attraction $1.00 1869 THE WEST AT ITS RAWEST... WHEN THE ONLY THINC FASTER TRAN THE GUNS OR CHEAPER THAN LIVES WERE THE WOMEN! A Wt Slf KN WITH rW SCOH AND QUALITY OF THf LARGLST STUDIOS AND THt HLATANT ftAWNf ss (11 A SATURDAY NIGH I SMOKI W FILM It is said the stock market rises with women's skirts, which would seem to rule out a boom. followed by Leadbetter's 73 (35-38). Close behind them came Green and Hege who bounced back from first nine scores of 40 and 41, to shoot closing rounds of 37 (77) and 37 (78). These two were follow ed by Kllngel's 79 (41-38) and Pate Radford's 81 (39-42). O'Leary paced COA with an 86 and Crist led Ferrum with a 79. All the teams meet Monday at Southern Wayne Country Club (or the con ference tournament. Two teams from there will then go to the regional tournament May 19. LC has high hopes of com peting in this regional tourna ment. but it will all be de cided Monday. The 'Canes ended the reg ular season 9-1 in conference play, and 10-3 overall. "They're expensive but economical . . . the sixe in ho small I f*"'1 wear them much." Almost A bwedish farmer who wanted to make his perma nent home in this country appeared for his naturaliza tion papers. "Are you satisfied with the general conditions of this country?" he was asked. "Yah, sure," answered the hopeful one. "And does this govern ment of ours suit you?" "Well, yah, mostly," stam Twelve-year-old Dexter Williams of Raleigh, grandson of Lewis Williams, Rt. ?, Loulsburg, is shown above with a 3 'A sound rock caught at Weldon Monday. The youngster caught teveral and grandpa went hitless, according to reports. mered the man, "only I lak see more rain." Wakelon Drops Louisburg Zebulon - Wakelon's Earl Bunn fired a two-hitter to pace the Bulldogs to a 5-0 shutout victory over Louis burg here Friday in a Frank lin County Conference base ball game. \\ \T( II K S iiixl 1)1 WIONDS O 1 Silver JcwrlrN Kadios I'Uxks Bibles Pipes Stalionan \\ K hnnrave Monogram Stationar\ , Bibles And hill folds In 2 I Kt (.old on Our Merehandise ?o* SHOP \NI) COMPAK K Hoforo You liu\ STK W A NT'S J <?\\ clcrs 1 1 7 No Main St I'll H?i HALF PRICE SALE ALL BULBS MUST GO (IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT) MOST ALL COLORS GLADIOLUS ooz only 5(K ^ LESS QUANTITY 5c EACH BEGONIAS - IRIS - CANNA LILIES ALL OTHER LILIES AND DAHLIAS ONE HALF PRICE TOMATO - CABBAGE PLANTS , IN BUNCHES OF 12 TOMATO OR 25 CABBA6E AT REDUCED PRICES 4 ALSO ALL THE POPULAR VARIETIES OF FLOWER PLANTS IN PEAT CUPS. Murphy's Seed & Feed Store) NEXT TO MURPHY'S SUPER MARKET

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