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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, May 20, 1969, Page 2, Image 2

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Mrs. Palmer, AAUW Pres. Installs Rocky Mt Officers Mrs. Patricia Palmer. press dent of the Loui^boft Branch o' the American 'AaKicianc?n of Unimsity Women. ana Mm AdeiuOe Johnson local second vie*-pres>oen: and membership chairman were MRS. CLAIDIE B WALL Youngsville - Mn. Claud* B. Wall, 76, of Rt. 1, Youngs, vttle died Tbundav Funmi semen w ere conducted Sat urday at 3 p.m. at the Hams Chapel Baptist Church by the Rev Hoyt Locke and Re* W. C. Darham. Burial followed in the Rolesville Cemetery. Surviving are a son, * il ium L Wai of Rt. 1 . Youngs ville, three daughters Mrs. R > L. Patrick of Rale?gh Mis. James fctgerson of Rt. 2. UHisburg and Mrs. Hay?ood Holmes of Rt. 1, YoungsviBe. a brother. B V. Barham of Rt. 2, Wake Forest, three 9?Uts Mrs. Paul BMp vf Raleigh. Mrs. Cleveland Wil liams of Rotesviile and Mrs Robed Coley of Wendell; nine grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren gucsu Moadl) ewiung of tht Rock? Mount AACV Branch at its May meeting At the coacluuon of tfat banquet. brio at the Shera lon-Carietoa Motel. Vbv Pal me r formally installed the new preadent of the Rock) Mount Branch Mrs Leigh Johnson, a former Louotourg College st udeot and the ne* secretary, Mrs Xanry Loop. She also spoke to the group informally on bo* the Louts t>urg Branch joes about se letting and developing its pro gram topic for the year , The Louufeuig g uesis were presented Ut the Rocky ?loun" members by Mrs Jane Tiboo, outfoin; president. ?bo presided at the meetinj Completing the program slides with narration sen presented of the National AAUW Center in Washington D. C. 1 Busy At 84 (jmafta - Mia Anna Ob son. K4 continues to be busy with community work and travels extensively. Although she suffers from arthritis, she has traveled around the world twice since she retired in j 1955 Summer slacks pre-cuffed, ready to go Haggff 2030 dre*? ilacki are cut dimmer and traditionally styled for young executive* and college men. They're tailored in the best summer-weight permanent press fabrics. No ironing ever needed. 65* Dacron* Polyester and 35* Avril* Rayon l . Establishes Scholarship jfrtar ? mm m m mim ? ? ? ? ? mm ? ? MR AND MRS SUNN Mr John 0. Gunn, prominent businessman of Yanceyville. N. C., has established the Annie Newman Gunn Scholarship at Louisburg College in honor of his wife, an alumna of the college In making the presentation to the college. Mr. Gunn stated. "The purpose of the award is to encourage well-rounded development and to aid promising students to continue their education beyond the high school level, and encourage good Christian stewardship." The scholarship, funded by a principal sum of $10,000. will yield $500 y?*rty to a student who best meets the qualifica tions. Preference ts to be given Caswell County students. The announcement of the scholarship was made at the Alumni Banquet Saturday evening. May 17. Mr. and Mrv Gunn were present as honored guests. Scout News On Thursday evening. May 15. the Louisburg Cub Scouts held their monthly advance ment ceremony. Two Wolf Silver Arrow Point* went to Wayne Ctay. Other scouts re ceiving this award were Chip Davis. Richard Smith. Art Stanley. Mark Stanley, and George West. Tony Wynne was the recipient of two Bear Silver Arrow Points. . Webetos advancements for special achievements were also awarded. Artist recogni tion wait to Bunnie Griffin plus Thomas Bam and Bob Frisbie. both of whom alio received the Naturalist award. Traveller citations were given Jones Perry and Gene Smith, wfoo also received the En gineer award. Bob Frisbie was rewarded for Athfctic accom plishment It was also announced that the first summer outing would be held on Saturday, June 28. This event will be a fishing contest. I ; I'm June Lockhart. I And here's a mothproofing offer that can save your winter-wear. Mow s the perfect' time to protect all , your winter items with Sanitone dry cleaning and mothproofing This service really stops' moths Repels them, your Sanitone Cer;ified Master DfVcleaner guarantees it! WOOLEN STORAGE Nothing To Pay Til Fall. FUR STORAGE ~ AND CLEANING WE CLEAN FURS BY THE "FUR SHEEN" METHOD We clean leather coats t jackets CEDARIZEO STORAGE BAGS Sanitone Cntificd Mi7S*t Dryrtcwtfr QUALITY CLEANERS Students Of Miss Pearce Receive Music Awards Youngsnlle - Two slu- j ienu of Mi* Jean Porct played id the audition of the National Guild of Piano Teat hen in Raleigh Saturday. Janice Winston. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wilis Win ston of Wake Korett entered ' the audition for the Tint ; time and received a Superior 1 rating Rhonda Strickland, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Strickland of Youngsviile. played for the eighth year. She rated Superior Plus on a ten-piece program. The award signifies ful filment of requirements in Applied Muac for a max imum of two units of High School credit by recognized standardizing agencies. Mies Strickland's propam included Invention, A Minor and Invention F Major by Bach; Sonata. C Minor. Op 49 Andate AJieagro by Bert hoven; Two preluded. A Major. C Minor by Chopin: Juba by Dett; Tarantella. Op. 102. No. 3 by Mendelssohn: Ring Around the Rosy and Run. Run by Pinto; Dynamic Thanks We wirfi to extend our i appreciation to Dr. Medders. Or. Perry, and the nurses at Franklin Memorial Hospital : for their kind attention to our father. Mr. Penny S. Wood, during his many 81 nesaes prior to his death. We also wish to thank our friends for their vidta, cards, expressions of sympathy and other kindnesses shown dur ing his illness and at his death. We shall always re member each of you. The Family of j Mr. Penny S. Wood by William Scbuman AH se lections wen played by memory , with no muac.? A sophomore at Youngs rile High School. Rhonda hat participated in eight audi tioos. her firs on the dot net level and the other sewn in nat ional rank She has re ceived a Superior grade each time except for this year with the Superior plus. She plans to continue developing her musical abilities through high school and college. Rhonda sings. too. and is going to CNC-Chapel Hill for a week in June for c lutes in voice. She went last year for a week of piano. Church Homecoming Homecoming will be cele brated at the residence of Mack Pinch at Pruitrtown here Sunday, according to an announcement. Sinner wil be served at 1:30 P.M. with a singing program dated to be gin at 2:30 P.M. The event is sponsored by the Church of God of Prophecy and the public, according to the an nouncement . is united. Not Ready For Marriage Phoenix, Ariz. - When a young unmarried mother ap peared before a Superior Couit judge seeking chfld sup port for ber latest baby, she was asked why she and the father of the child didn't get married She told the judge the didnt think he (the father of her seven children I . was ready to get married. DAY Nl/RSERY 0PENIN6 Taking Applications For Brentwood Nursery OPENING JUNE 2nd BABY'S THRU 6 YEARS OLD Phone 853-2387 In Service I OOL fAOVETTE U. Cotooel Dear. R P? queue recently murned from Viet Nam Coionr! Paquette. the husband of the farmer Shirley Jontt of Rout* 3. Louisburc served with the 1st Cavalry Division as the Commander of the 228th Am Battalion for seven months. Following his tour with the la Cav Dh he was appointed as Chief of the Arm) Aviation Operations Branch at Headquarters U. S. Army Vie! Kim WhBe align ed to the 1st Cavalry Division Coionri Paquette served in the 1 Corps ana north of Hue and subsequently moved his battalion to the 01 Corps area near Saigon in eartv Novem ber 1968. Colonel Paquette received a second award of the Legion of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross, nine Air Medals and the Purple Heart for his pvtacipation in the Viet Nam conflict He and his family are Kheduled to return to Virginia in June where the Colonel wfll assume duties in the Office. Chief of Research and Development in the Pen tagon. Too Many Tickets San Francisco - Mrs. Gladys Washington, a welfare recipient, said she couldn't afford to pay $118 worth of parking tickets. Superior Court Judge S. Lee Vavuns told her she would have to surrender her license (she had no insurance on her 1959 Cadillac) until she could get insurance and pay her fine. ROGER H. KORNEGAY U. S. Air Foren. Thailand Sergeant Roger H. Korne gt y. too of Mr. and Mn Roger A. Kornejay of 406 W. Noble St.. Louisburg, N. C? k on temporary duty with the 4258th Strategic Wing at U Tapao Airfield. Thailand. Sergeant Kornegay, a Stra tegic Air Command aircraft mechanic, support* B-52 Stra tp fortress bomben which daily attack Viet Cong target* and KC-135 Stratotankers which provide refueling to fighter, bomber and recon naissance aircraft conducting the air war over Vietnam. The sergeant is permanent h assigned at Ramey AFB, P. R. He is a graduate of Louis burg High School. SP 4 B.C. RADFORD Sp/4 B. G. Radford has been rated to Sp/5, according to word received from Ger many this week. Sp/5 Rad ford is married to Kaye John son of Zebulon who is with him in Germany and also the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie G. Radford of Rt. 2. Louis burg. Sp 5 Radford is a 1967 graduate of Gold Sand High School. He received his basic training at Ft. Bragg. N. C. and was stationed in Okla homa for 8 weeks. He was then sent to Germany last June. Many a life of the party is a washout at home. 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