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THAT AIN'T HAY
Hover Commission !
that $40 million a «
be saved by modernising
ilsatlon methods and eqi
nt of the U. S. Post Office
among the millions who do,
ler Bays: "I
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11 made the
can a cigarette be
sell met on Friday,
at the Town Hall in
iteen clubs were pre
bhn R. Church, presl
pounty Council, was In
j meeting. Mrs. Claude
iretary, read the min
previous Council meet
plin, County Agent, ex
telephone survey to
Itmbers and introduced
n Key, chairman of
>gram planning, and
chairmen gave their
nty Council voted to
Dhn R. Church to Farm
Peek at Releigh. Plans
aade for the County
Committees were ap
was adjourned by I
Work Is Stai
On Trapkill School
Four Class Rooms, Gymnai
ium Are Being Built For
Contract has been let for an
addition consisting of four class
rooms, toilet rooms, heating plant
and (gymnasium for Traphill high
Although contract was let for
the entire project, county and
state funds will be used only on
the school, part Of the project and
funds raised in the community
will pay for the gymnasium, which
will be a part of the school-build
Sidden Construction company,
of North Wilkesboro, received the
general construction project for
$47,998. Ralph Duncan, of North
Wilkesboro awas the successful low
bidder on wiring for $1,140. An
derson Electric company, of Wil
kesboro, received plumbing con
tract for $2,125. Estes, of Mor
ganton, received the,heating plant
contract for $5,500. The heating
plant will serve the entire build
Sidden construction company
has already begun work on the
Meanwhile, work has already
started on all other school pro
jects which have been let In Wilkes
county. i j- '
1 I—u ———
27 Appear For
On Tuesday morning, June 20th,
the Wilkes-Alleghany county Can
cer Center held its weekly clinic.
Twenty-seven appeared (or exami
nation, 20 white women, 5 white
men, 2 colored women.
Mrs. Phil Forester served as
Chairman of Receptionists, and
assisting her were Mrs. Paul Delp,
Mrs. M. P. Bare, Mrs. M. F. Bum
garner, and Mrs. Clate Bumgar
Those who presided in the ex
amining rooms were Mrs. R. C.
Goodwin, Mjrs. Tam Shumaker,
Mrs. Ed Bumgarner, and Mrs.
Twenty-seven examinations were
completed, and 24 patients were
referred to their personal physi
cians for medical attention.
The Center is staffed by mem
bers of the Wilkes-Alleghany
County Medical Society.
Two priorities were given to
those who arrived too late for ex
There were several from out
of town. One came from Charlotte
six from Sparta, 1 from Newland,
3 from Grassy Creek and 1 from
Examinations are free to all wo
men 35 or over, all men 40 or
over, and to anyone with a symp
ton or a "danger signal," regard
less of age.
The Clinics are held every
Tuesday morning in the Wilkes
County Court House. Registration
is from 9:00 toi 10:00 a. m. There
will be no Clinic on Tuesday,
July 4 th.
Frequently there are more ap
•pi lean tg for examination than can
be accommodated. Therefore, in
order that those who live at a
distance may be sure of an ex
amln&tion and thus not make a
trip in vain, priorities will be sent,
on request, to all who live twenty
miles or more from Wilkesboro.
i ■ nil
Address yoar request to Cancer
Center Clerk, Wilkesboro, N. C.
and indicate two datee on wMch
yon conld come (or examination.
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