Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, May 20, 1969, Page 3, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

Entertains Canasta Club (Frk. B.W.) Mrs R. B. Pearce, Sr. entertained her Canasta Club Wednesday afternoon. Her home was dec orated with arrangements of peonies and roses. Mrs. B. J. Conyers received high score prize for club members while second high went to Mrs. L. A. Thomp son, Sr. Mrs. Owen Wilder was the recipient of guest high and also the floating prize. Mrs. Pearce served a des sert course with coffee to the club members and Mrs. Wil der. Students To Be In Recital (Frk. B.W.) On Friday evening, Mrs. Bruce Honey cutt presented her piano stu dents in a recital in the Franklinton High School Auditorium. Students, who participated in the recital, were Nancy Herring, Wanda Herring, Mike Gilbert, Wanda Pearce, Sharon Secor, Jane Gordon, Gwynn Gordon, Jane Con yers, Cathy CoUins, Jo Ann Collins, Gail Hudson, Nancy Carr, A1 Conyers, Jan Wilder and Cindy Secor. Attend FHA Convention Saturday, Stephanie Phillips, Jewel Debran, Marsha Winstead, Jeanette Al ford, April Chamblee and Mrs. Lila T. Pearce, advisor, from the Bunn F.H.A. Chap ter attended the 23rd Annual F.H.A. State Convention, held at Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh, N. C. The theme of the convention was "Citizen ship ? Who Is Responsible?" The guest speaker was Dr. Richard H. Klemer. His topic "Use Your Influence" was very meaningful and enlight ing to all that attended. The afternoon session was pre sented by Columbus County, using the topic "Which Way, America?" On Monday. May 19, the following girls received F.H.A. pins: Linda Richards, Marsha Winstead, Jewel Debran and Jeanette Alford. Receives B.A. Degrees CHARLES DAY Mars Hill - Among the 257 awarded baccalaureate degrees during the spring commencement exercises of Mars Hill College was Charles William Day of Franklinton, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Bessie McGhee Circle Meets (Frk. B.W.) The Bessie Moore McGhee Circle of the Franklinton Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. C. Ray Pruette Thursday even ing. Mrs. Raymond Harris pre sided over the meeting. A financial report was given by Mrs. Pruette. The group discussed plans for giving a party at one of the cottages at Murdock. Mrs. T. J. McGhee pre sented the devotional thoughts about "Witnessing". During the social hour, the hostess served ice cream, cookies, nuts along with cof fee. FHS Glee Club Presents Program (Frk. B.W.) On Friday, May 23, the Franklinton High School Glee Club will present a musical program in the school auditorium at 7:45 p.m. under the direction of Mrs. Bruce Honeycutt. There will be a small ad mission fee. Receives Quarter Century Certificate Mr*. Louise Pruitt is shown above receiving Burlington Industrie*' Quarter Century Club certificate, awarded for twenty-five years of continuous service with the company Also awarded is a diamond-studded gold service pin. Plant Manager Lamar Greene (L) and Office Manager Richard GoHghtly (R) expressed sincere appreciation for the faithful work and loyal service exhibited by Mrs. Pruitt and twelve other Frankllnton Fabrics Quarter Century Club members. n A hove all. your wedding reflect* you. down to the imallrtl detail. When I choosing the bridal stationery for your wed ding needs, let our services guide you. The Times PHYLLIS TOUSEY Miss Phyllis Olivia Tousey, granddaughter of William U. Nowell of Franklinton, will receive the B.A. degree in Arts and Science with a major in Art Sunday at Wisconsin State University, River Falls. Miss Tousey is the daugh ter of the former Christine .Nowell of Franklinton and is a member of Sigma Chi Sigma Honorary sorority. Entertains Bridge Club Youngsville - Mrs. L. A. Wood lief was hostess to her bridge club with a party at her home Thursday night of this week. Peonies decorated the party area and floral bridge tallies were used. Strawberry pie and coffee were served between progres sions or bridge. Nuts and Cokes were enjoyed later by guests. The hostess was as sisted by her daughter, Miss Connie Woodliet. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Neeb and Mrs. R. E. Cheatham. Other guests in attendance were Mesdames N. A. Brown, H. H. Reddick, G W. Barnes, B. H. Patterson, Ben Hudson and Miss Susie Tharrington. Franklin Mem. Hospital Notes The following were pa tients in the hospital Tuesday morning: PATIENTS: Myrtle W. Ayscue, Louisburg. Bessie P. Bartholomew, Louisburg; Betty W. Batton, Louisburg; Ida Lucille Best. Louisburg; Russell Lee Bobbitt, Louis burg; Mary D. Bonner, Louis burg; Rheba G. BuUuck, Louisburg; Hillman J. Gash, Louisburg; Hazel K. Collier, louisburg; Theo Gertrude Col lins, Castalia; Walter J. Cooke, Franklinton: Lela E. Deloatch, Louisburg; Lona G. Denton, Louisburg; Mattie B. Dickerson, Louisburg; Laura T. Driver, Louisburg; Mabel H. Driver, Louisburg; Ellena O. Ethridge, Franklinton; Mattie N. Evans, Louisburg, Sidney F. Faulkner, Warren ton; Merall Eugene Fisher, Spring Hope? Walter R. Fulg hum, Castalia; Edward Lee Goodwin, Franklinto.r. Zena L. Griffin, Castalia; Glennie D. Gupton, Louisburg, James E. Gupton, Louisburg; Lucy P. Gupton, Louisburg; Mars hall W. Haley, Franklinton; Zebulon V. Harrell, Louis burg; Carl S. Harris. Louis burg; Jordan Floyd Hight, Louisburg; Mamie W. Hill, Louisburg; Annie W. Hunt, Louisburg; Jessie S. Inscoe, Castalia; Ollie M. Jenkins, Franklinton; Pearl W. Jones, Franklinton; Robert A. Kear ney, Franklinton; Bennie E. Kinton. Youngsville; Mattie F. Lancaster, Louisburg; Pat tie L. Leonard. Castalia; Ter rence Lynch. Hollister; Thel ma C. Marshall. Louisburg; Christine Masaenburg. Louis burg; Linda G. Medlin, Ra leigh; Martha W. Medlin, Ze bulon; Bonnie H. Moore, Franklinton; Lillian B. Moore. Bunn; Minnie C Neal, Franklinton; John E. Nelms. Louisburg. Annie F. Parrish, Louisburg; Willie Lee Peace, Franklinton: Elsie G. Perrv. Louisburg; Betty S. Person, Louisburg; Sarah E. Richard ?on. Louisburg; Dorothy C. Shearon, Franklinton; Estella Keith Shelton, Louisburg; Nellie D. Shlrey, Franklinton, Louise W. Smith, Louisburg; Florence L. Stallings, Louis burg; Elizabeth W. Sykes, Louisburg; Carolyn P. Thar rington, Louisburg; Jimmle Webb. Louisburg; Lucy M Wilder, Spring Hope; Eliza beth C. Wilson, Louisburg; Nettie H. Winstead, Loul* burg; Joseph A. Winston, Youngsville; Alton Wright. Louisburg. Louisburg Woman's Club To Meet The Louisburg Woman's Club will hold its last meeting of the year with a dinner and business meeting at the home1 of Mrs. Wilson Clay on Jeff ress Drive Wednesday at 7:00 P.M. Guest for the evening will be Mrs. J. W. Weathers. Jr. of Youngsville. Mrs. Weathers, who is Vice President of the N.C.F.W.C., will install the new officers for the coming year. Outgoing President Mrs. Joe Myers will install new members joining the club and present the Annual Woman of the Year Award. All members are urged to attend thik meeting.- I Skating Party Is Planned Youngsville -? Members of the Youngsville Teenage Club have planned a skating party for Saturday, May twenty fourth. They will meet at one thirty p.m. at the community house with Teenage Club Chairman Mrs. L. A. Wood lief. The group will go to Raleigh for skating in the afternoon and will go out to eat supper before returning home. This is to be one of the final highlights of the club year for the young people. The last meeting will be held Saturday, June twelfth. Meet ings have been held twice a month since last September under the sponsorship of the Youngsville Woman's Club. Youngsville Cancer Drive Ends Youngsville - With the cooperation of volunteers from all areas of town, the annual Cancer Crusade in Youngsville has netted about three hundred and thirty dol lars. With the Youngsville Woman's Club as crusade sponsor, Mrs. N. A. Brown and Mrs. R. E. Cheatham have served as community co -chairmen. Mrs. Queen Esther Da ye who served as volunteer cru sader and chairman of her area of town, turned in the amount of fifty six dollars and ninety cents. Contributions from busi ness and industry amounted to ninety-nine doUars. Re maining residenUl contri butions ran totals past the three hundred dollar mark. Volunteer crusaders in cluded Meadames H. H. Red dick, Evelyn Freeman, Ray Pearce, James Smith, B. H. Patterson, A. N. Corpening, J. J. Hart. James Allen, W. S. Preddy, Toble Holden, E. J. Pearce, C. R. Edwards, W. O. Roberts, J. W. Weathers, Sr., Allen Stallings. Clarence Con yers and W. C. Tlmberlake. There Is no use trying to regulate the world -unless you can first demonstrate that you can regulate and control yourself. JOAN BLACKLY Franklinton Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Woolen of Raleigh visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woolen Sun day. Dudley Whitaker, a stu dent at the University of North Carolina, visited his parents during the weekend. Classic Ballet At FHS Iris Overton's dance students will present a dance recital May 24th at Franklint'on High School at 8:00 P.M. The students will present a classic ballet "Waltz of the Flowers" from "The Nutcracker". Joan Blackly stars as the Dewdrop Fairy. Students will also present dances in tap and modern dance. Pictured left to right, first row : Pamela Woodlief. Lisa Ross. Myra Jackson. Reneea Milton; Top row: Susan Jackson. Carolyn May. Frances Boyd. Diane Walker, Debra Dickerson, Anne Rogers. Louella Moss. Kimberly Holland and siierry Cartledge are not pictured. APE Initiates Three Phyllis Perry Shearin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Perry, Jr., Route 4, Louis burg, was one of three stu dents at Louisburg College initiated on Friday, May 16, into Alpha Pi Epsilon, na tional honorary secretarial so ciety. Others initiated at this time, during a brief candle light ceremony, into this the Lambda Chapter are Patsy Harris, of Burlington, and Deborah Roberts, of Warren ton. All Paid For Mrs. Knagg-You can't fool me. [ know, you through and through. I haven't been your wife twelve years for nothing. Her husband-1 should say you have not. Your monthly allowance checks will prove that. Graduates At Chowan Murfre?sboro - Angela Lee Thorne of Castalia was a candidate for graduation as a Teletypesetter from Chowan College during graduation ex ercises May 1 8. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Thorne. Miss Thorne is a graduate of Ed ward Best High School. She was among 209 candidates for graduation. No other popular pickup goes to the lengths Chevy does to save you money. Several lengths, in fact. Like offering pick up boxes that range in length from 6Vj feet to a huge 9-footer. No matter what size you prefer, you'll get a full measure of Chevy's Pacesetter Value with each model. For instance: the biggest power choice among popular pickups. Six or VS. And the smoothest ride in trucks. Inside the double-steel cabs, you'll find such Pacesetter Values as thick loam seats. Which provide stretch-out room lor three. Wrap it all up in a small price and it becomes pretty clear: Chevy will go to great lengths to please you. America's first choice trucks every V year since 1937. Chevrolet Pacesetter Values Mfg. License I 110 $5.99 / You're In Casual Country! Pick ? pair of aandalt, thay'ra gnat city livan and country lovan. Matchad with tunica and partti. thay'ra high faahion. Worn with toft Summary thing* thay'ra chic. Chooaa Fabiani, buttar ?oft and baautiful laathar uppan with a pantagon inaart and atda itrapa in Bona or Caramai Buffalo uppan. or Mila. atuddad with nailhaada on an axtanaion tola in Pino Graan or Tortur* (Brawn) amooth laathar uppan. & !&? P> _ : $11.99 "...j Jacqueline* Ai Mn In MADEMOISELLE

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina