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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, October 14, 1969, Page 3, Image 3

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Deaths MISS MARY C. HENDER SON Franklinton - Graveside services for Miss Mary Cole man (Coco) Henderson, who died Wednesday in Watts Hos pital in Durham, were con ducted at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Fairview Cemetery in Frank linton by the Rev. Horace Jackson and the Rev. Earl Richardson. She was a bacteriologist (or Watts Hospital for 24 years. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hen derson of the home. LaVASSOR B. PERRY LaVassor Burt Perry, 78, a retired farmer, died Friday. Funeral services were con ducted at 3 p.m. Sunday at the White Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Aubrey S. Tomlin son. Burial followed in the Flat Rock Baptist Church ' cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margaret Harris Perry, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Rebecca Weaver Jackson of Raleigh and Mrs. Helen Whisnant I lad ford of Raleigh; two step sons, Adrian T. of Belle Glade, Fla. and Ervin E. Whis nant of Raleigh ; several nieces and nephews, Linwood A. Perry of Raleigh, J. Vernon Perry of Raleigh, Mrs. Mar garet P. Robbins of Route 1, Youngsville, Mrs. W. L. Ab bott of Madison, Wisco., and Mrs. Mary Gray Goswick of Ixmisburg. MRS. CONNIE N. PULLEY Youngsville - Mrs. Connie Newsome Pulley, 83, of Rt. 1, Youngsville, died Sunday. Surviving are six daugh ters, Mrs. Myrtle Perry of Youngsville, Mrs. Ruby Keith of Fuquay Varina. Mrs. Inez Gordon of Louisburg, Mrs. Nina Strother and Mrs. Nellie Fuller of Franklinton and Mrs. Mildred Kearney of the home; a sister, Mrs. Ellen White of Norfolk, Va.; 18 grandchildren; 20 great grand children. OLLIET. ALFORD Wake Forest - Ollie Tho mas Alford, 57, a retired farmer, died Monday. Funeral services will be held Wednes Prague Chamber Orchestra Performs fhursday Evening At Louisburg College Thirty-six of the most dis tinguished musicians to ever visit Louisburi! will perform here Thursday, October 16, at 8 p.m. in the College Audi torium. They are the mem bers of the world famed PRA GUE CHAMBER ORCHES TRA. The Orchestra toured the United States in 1965 and the impact made on the concert Thanks We want to thank Dr. Medders and the staff in the Emergency Room at Franklin Memorial Hospital for every thing that was done for J. T Wheeler. We also thank our relatives and friends for all the cards, flowers, food and other deeds of kindness ex tended to us during our sor row. The wife, brothers and sis ters of J. T. Wheeler day at 3 P.M. at the Oak Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. Odis Boiter and Rev. Earl Haynes. Burial will fol low in the church cemetery. Surviving are four sons, Ollie, Barry and Stewart of Kt. 1, Louisburg. and Robert of Rt. 3, Louisburg; a broth er. Garland Alford of Roles ville; a sister. Mrs. William Murphy of Youngsville. patrons wac such that even before tha rst memorable tour was .pleted, music lovers were asking for a re turn. In this group virtuosity has new meaning! They per form without benefit of con ductor. The concert, second for the season on the Louisburg College Concert Series, will feature the masterpieces of Beethoven, Mozart, and the brilliant compositions of that favorite Chechoslovakian. An ton Dvorak. Edwards To Speak To Woman's Club Youngsville - Mr. Tal madge Edwards. Jr. will be guest speaker at the Youngs ville Woman's Club meeting to be held at the community house Monday evening, Octo ber twentieth, to speak about Current Trends in Mental Health. This program was planned by the Home Life Depart ment of the club which is headed by Mrs. B. G. Mitchell. Other members on her committee are Mesdames G W. Barnes, W. S Preddy, Wiley Brown, P. D. Croom and Hoyt Lock. In Service RICHARD E. DeBUTTS, JR. Wichita Falls, Tex. ? Air man First Class Richard E. DeButts, Jr., son of Doctor and Mrs. Richard E. DeButU of Uppervflle, Va., is a mem ber of a unit that has earned the U. S. Air Force Outstand ing Unit Award. Airman DeButts. an elec trician at the 3750th Tech nical School, Sheppard AFB, Tex., will wear the distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the unit. His unit was cited for dem onstrating unusual manage ment acumen in responding quickly and efficiently to changing needs and increasing demands of its training ser vices. with but nominal in crease in resources. The airman, a graduate of Blue Ridge High School, Dyke, Va.. attended Louis burg (N.C.) College and Mid western University, Wichita Falls, Tex. His wife, Anna, is the daughter of K. M. Dollier of 109 Edgewood Drive, Louis burg. Scout News Youngsville - Junior Girl Scouts of Younpville had their first meeting of the new year at the Scout Hut Thun day under the leadenhip of Mrs. N. A. Brown. Fifteen girls were in atten dance: and several more are expected to join. Meetings will be held each Thursday at the Hut after school. Officers elected for a short term period are: President - Tammy Cash, Vice President Pam Johnson, Secretary Eliz abeth Krietzer, Treasurer Ellen Robblns. Patrol leaders are Diane Privette and Tammy Cash. Assistant Patrol leaders are Pam Johnson and Elizabeth Krietzer. Troop membership alao In cludes Amy Lock, Deborah Cyrus, Starlette White, Janet Wall, Shelby Watson, Ckrolyn Fay Alford, Anita Bowden, Jan Roberts, Darlene Barham ahd Teresa Jernigan. m 2 & X: V. 27" x 48" Broadloom Carpet Runner i^lBTC Re? "" SKIRTS Three Days $2.99 Regular 1.99 Save 72* MIn ikmlm ^ SHELLS s1.27 100% Orlo*. 1 ?ucHimf tffttk ' tfjlt. Hit M **'? *0 $4.99 LADIES CAPRI PANTS Reg. $5.99 Three Days 1 RACK LADIES aa DRESSES H99 Value $3.99 OPEN FRI NIGHTS TIL 8.00 Entertains Bridge Club Youngsville ? Russet toned harvest decorations provided autumn atmosphere (or the bridge club party held at the home or Mrs. G. W. Barnes Thursday evening. Pumpkins, flowers, cat tails. decorative vegetables, pert scarecrows and a little black cat were included in several arrangements. Bridge tallies and napkins continued the party theme. Candy pumpkins were on plates as the hostess served Golden Glow congealed salads with accompaniments; be(ore the last progression or bridge. Nuts, corn candy and other party snacks were served with iced drinks as guests played bridge. Mis. G. E. Winston won high score prize ror the even ing and Mrs. Claude V. Tim berlake won second high. Other guests in attendance were Mesdames B. H. Patter son, E. J. Pearce,' B. G. Mitchell, R. E. Cheatham, J. H. Plrrish and Miss Susie Tharrington. r 1 Franklin Mem. Hnspital Notes The following were pa tients in the hospital Tuesday morning: PATIENTS: Keadie Hayes Alston, Kittrell; Susan Tem perance Alston, Louisburg; Gertie P. Arnold, Louisburg; Viola P. Ayscue, Louisburg; Luther Macon Barham, Youngsville; Lola S. Bedding field. Zebulon; Margaret Ellis Boyette, Louisburg; Melissa Bullock, Franklinton, Hill man Jacob Cash, Louisburg; Emma Frances Charman, Franklinton; Maggie Taylor Collier, Louisburg; Artelia Harris Cl?oke, Louisburg; David Green, Faulkner, Hen derson; Gertrude S. Ferrell, Louisburg; Eugene G. Foster. Louisburg; Angela Delores Gay, Kittrell; James W. Gar rett, Franklinton; Sheila Latta Green, Louisburg; Ella Darnell Gupton, Louisburg; Daisy Hedgepeth, Henderson; Kathryn Avery Henry, Louis burg; Martha Winston Hoi den. Louisburg; Katie Leon ard House, Louisburg; Sidney Joshua House. Louisburg; Helen Machen Jacobs, Louis burg; David Jeffreys. Zebu Ion; Sophie Ann Jeffreys, Wake Forest; Blonie Hopkins Jones, Zebulon; Lois Grady Journigan, Henderson; Staley Claude Journigan, Henderson; Helen F. Lancaster. Hender son; Terrence Lynch, Hollis ter: Eugen Wilton Leonard. Louisburg; Joseph Lawrecne Masaey, Zebulon; Andrew Junior Middleton, Louisburg; James Franklin Owens, New man, Ga.; Ada Lou Sledge Perry, Louisburg; Clyde Jen kins Perry, Spring Hope; Julia Taylor Perry, Louisburg; Penny Annette Perry, Wake Forest; Etta Prhrctte. Louis burg; Bertha Harris Robert son. HoUister; Essie Mae Sins, Zebulon; Annette Gupton Sloan, Kansas City, Miss.; Jacqueline C. Smith. Spring Hope; Lula Champion Smith, Franklinton; Spencer William Smith, Spring Hope; Percy William Tant, Louisburg; Her man Thomas Tharrington, Louisburg; Bennie Thomas Wester, Louisburg; David Earl Wheleas, Franklinton; Diane Williams, Louisburg; William Howard Wood, Louisburg; Bennett, Kearney Wed Mr and Mrs. Willard Kear ney of 217 Cooke Street, Franklinton, N. C. announce the marriage of their daugh ter. Patricia Eileen to David Bruce Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett of 109 Cooke Street. Franklin ton, N. C.. Sunday. October 12, 1969, at 4:00 P.M. at the Union View Baptist Church, Franklinton. Reverend Glenn Short officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Franklinton High School. Franklinton and Harbarger Business College. Raleigh, N. C. The groom is a graduate of Thomson High School, Thomson, Georgia. He at tended Augusta Technical In stitute. Augusta. Georgia and is a graduate of "Durham Technical Institute. Durham, N. C. The bride is presently em ployed as a secretary at the Employment Security Com mission of N. C., Raleigh. The groom is currently serving as an Electronic Technican MRS BENNETT (Communication) Third Class Petty officer with the United State Navy. Great Lakes. Il linois. Following the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to Miami. Florida. Mrs. Blair Tucker Speaks To Ruth Mercer Circle (Frk. B.W.) Mrs. Blair Tucker of Louisburg was the featured speaker at the meet ing of the Huth Mercer Circle at the Franklinton Methodist Educational Building Thurs day evening. Mrs. Tucker gave an in teresting talk about her trip to The Orient. Spending eight days in Japan, she noticed W.W. Stephens Speaks To Garden Club (Frk. B.W.) Mr. W. W. Stevens, state resource con servationist, of Raleigh, was the guest speaker at the meet ing of the Franklinton Gar den Club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee McLemore. Introduced by Mrs. Wood row Hdfeklhi, the speaker gave an informative talk about how and when to plant camellias and azaleas. Mr. Stevens showed slides during his talk. In the absence of the presi dent, Mrs. Haskins presided over a short business session. The district meeting was an nounced for October 31 at The Velvet Cloak in Raleigh Mrs. Ray Pruette showed some picture cards of gardens in Europe. Mrs. J. D. Mode, civic de velopment chairman, sug gested that perhaps school girts paint names on mail boxes in rural areas. The hostesses, Mrs. Richard Golightly, Mrs. R. W. Moore and Mrs. Vance Est 66, served brownies, cheese bis cuits and fruit punch at the beginning of the meeting. Janet Hicks Woodall, Warren ton; Donnell Wort ham, Louis burg; Ted Ray Young, Louis burg. many characteristics of the Japanese people They are very polite and religious. The Japanese girls are very pretty. There is no unemployment which indicates the people are smart. Mrs. Tucker was impressed with the beauty of the coun try, which is made of moun tains and lakes. Hie homes have very little furniture but every home a niche with either a Budda or some flowers. Many temples and shrines are in Japan. One third of the people, with religious belief, are Buddists. The original reli gion of Japan is Shinto. The Shintoists believe in hero worship. After Japan, the speaker spoke about her travels into Tahiti and Taiwan. The visit to Manilla was highlighted by a trip to the World War II Memorial Cemetery. Other places mentioned in Mrs. Tucker's talk were Hong Kong, Malaya. Singapore, Thailand and Bangkok. Throughout the area, the traveler was impressed with the many people and the un desirable living conditions of some some of them. ' Miss Edith Jackson pre sided over the business ses sion at which time Mrs. Phil Franklin Whitfield gave a fi nancial report. Miss Jackson announced that box bushes had been planted in front of the Educa tional Building. Mrs. Walter W. Cooke re ported that 23 visits had been made during the last month. Miss Jackson announced the committees responsible for the luncheon to be served at District Woman's Club meeting. Mrs. B. N. Williamson. Jr read the menu and spelled the duties for the various circle members. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ormon^ Collins and Miss Lela Allen during the social hour. Deborah Rogers Celebrates 16th Birthday Youngsville - Mis Deborah Sue Rogers celebrated her six teenth birthday Friday night at a birthday party given by her parents. Mr and Mrs. Bob Rogers. The festive event was held at the Youngsville Com munity House with fifty-four guests in attendance for the celebration. Assisting the host and hos tess were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jeans and Mr. Gerald Rogers of Raleigh; and Mrs. Mildred Timberiake. Providing atmosphere for the occasion were pink and white streamers suspended from the ceiling, leading to a decorative ball hanging in the center. Pink tapers and green ery were on the mantle. The birthday gift table was high lighted with a pink floral ar rangement. Guests enjoyed dancing during the evening to the tunes of recorded music. Refreshments were cake squares, nuts, mints and strawben-y punch. The tiered birthday cake, frosted in pink and decorated with white, was topped with a party doll in pink. Candles and the numberals sixteen were additional decoration. The serving table, covered with a white cloth, held an arrangement of pink and white roses complimented by pink streamers. Deborah Sue was pre sented a carnation corsage by the hosts. She received a wide variety of gifts at the party. Deborah is a Junior at Youngsville School where she is a star basketball player. Louisburg Woman's Club To Meet The Louisburg Woman's Club will meet Wednesday night, October 15, at the home of Mrs. Janie Tippett on JefTress Drive, at 6:46 p.m. Guest speaker for the evening will Mrs. Roy B. Bar ham, President of District XIV, of the North Carolina Federation of Woman's Clubs. Mrs. Barham is a Char ter member of the Butner Woman's Club and is very active now in her club as well as in her community. She has served four years on the State level, two years in the Home Life Department and two years in the Public Education Department. She is also a member and Sunday School teacher at Butner Baptist Church. Mr*. Barham will speak on "Orientation on history and work in the District Depart ments and various field's of the Woman's Club. All members are urged to attend this meeting. Be pre pared to listen and learn the "hows' and why's" of work ing in the Federation of Woman's Clubs. Candlemakini Presented Te Garden Club The October meeting of the Town and Country Gar den dub wis held Wednesday night at the home of tin. lvey Bolton on Edgewood Drive with Mr*. FeHx H. Allen, III serving as co-hos tess. In the side entrance hal to the den where the meeting was held was a hanging basket ' of dried flowers. On the fire place hearth was a FaU yellow potted chrysanthemum plant. Also in the den waa a lovely seasonal a r range meht of pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn and nuts on a antique chest. On a' table was an attractive array of yellow but ton chrysanthememt In an antique lunch pail grown and arranged by Mrs. Bolton. During the business aeerion presided over by Mrs William H. O'Neal. president, the notecards which are to be sold and the annual Garden Club calendars wen distri buted, the Bridge Tourna ment and Fashion Show were postponed until the Spring, and it was announced that the club won a red ribbon for the Franklin County Fair Ex hibit. Mrs. Frank Freeman, Jr. and Mrs Walter B. Jo nee were named as representatives to the District X Garden Club meeting to be held at the Velvet Cloak Inn in Raleigh on October 31. ro uowing me Dusiness meeting Mrs. Jack T. Ayscue presented ? very interesting program on "Candlemaking." Mrs. Ayscue very effectively explained decorative una of candles, the many ways of making candles, proceaaaa in volved and ingredients uaed in making candles. After the program Mis. Bolton and Mrs. Allen served a delicious strawberry parfait dessert and coffee to Mea dames Charles E. Ford, Jr., Jack T. Ayscue, Jr., D. R. Saunders, Walter B. Jones. Conrad B. Sturgea, Jr., Richard Smith, J. David Allen, T. Alien' "Gardner, Charles M. Davis, William H. O'Neal, Frank Freeman, Jr., Frank A. Read, Jr., James R. Grady. Youngsville Mrs. Lucy R. Pearee enter ed Rex Hospital Sunday to undergo surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom PairMi of Haveiock visited with rela tives here Sunday aflar at tending the Homecoming football game and other events at Wake Forest Univer sity during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ro berts, Jan Roberts and Mia. G. W. Barnes visited with relatives in Virginia Sunday. Mrs. Wiley F. Mitchell and Miss Carol Mitchell were in Winston Salem for the week end to visit with Dr. and Mb. James Mattox and to attend Wake Forest UnlvanKy Homecoming events. Introducing the Cutlass S from Oldsmobile. 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