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TIMES-NEWS, Rich Square, N. C., October 14, 1965
i uesday, October 19, morning:
Mrs. Ashley Bolton’s home; Rich
Square School 10;15-11 o’clock;
Times - News office. Afternoon:
Hebron, Highway 258, Mrs. Dale
Deberry’s home; Mrs.RossPru-
den’s home; L.W. Askew’s home.
Thursday, October 21, morn
ing: Conway School 9:45-10:15
o’clock; Severn School 10:30-
11;15 o’clock; Mrs. Burden
Barnes’ home. Afternoon: Mrs.
Betty Taylor’s home; Mrs. Bar
bara Dean Davis’ home.
Northampton Hi Ram T
By JOURNALISM CLASS
Nine teachers at NCHS devote
their Tuesday nights to going to
school in Jackson, taking a grad
uate course by extension from
East Carolina College.
Those taking the course are
Mrs. Brldgers, Miss Martin,
Miss Edwards, Miss Lassiter,
Mrs. Garriss, Mr. Britt, Mr.
Hamilton, Mr. Ricks and Mr.
Due to conditions in Vietnam and India, price
of burlap bags has gone up quite o bit.
However we have on hand a lorge supply of
once used bogs at reasonable prices.
Johnson & Conwell
Eddie Lassiter visited NCHS
last week. He was at home from
the Navy where he is studying
for the Medical Corps.
Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, former
teacher and school board mem
ber at Woodland-Olney School,
substituted for Miss Lovette last
Miss Edwards took F rldayof
last week and the weekend to see
the World’s Fair.
The freshmen and seniors who
might have ragged their teachers
for not taking the tuberculin skin
test with them last week should
be told that every teacher had
had it, or a chest X-ray, or both
before the end of the first month
Football players will make a
switch to makeup in the game
Thursday night, October 21, when
Miss Edwards fields her girls
in the “Powder Puff’ football
game against the Scotland Neck
Scotties at NCHS.
The Girls Monogram Club is
sponsoring the match. Kickoff
time is eight o’clock and admis
sion is 25?,
Driver education, being taught
by Mr. Britt, started this week
with a total attendance of 25 stu
The course being taught dur
ing the school term is primarily
for students not able to take the
summer course. Any student who
is 16 years of age or who will be
16 before the summer driver ed
ucation starts, may enroll in the
The Rams were well scrubbed
for the supper given them by the
cheerleaders on Thursday, be
fore the Ahoskle game. They
were drenched as the driving,
windswept rains soaked them to
the skin before they could reach
recorded in the Office of the Register
of Deeds for Northampton County,
North Carolina, in Book 474 at page
20e, default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness
therein and thereby secured, and
being authorized and directed by
the legal holder thereof so to do,
tre undersigned Trustees will offer
for sale and sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse Door In Jackson, North
Wednesday, November 10, 196S,
at 11:00 o'clock A.M., E. S. T,, the
ft>llowln4j described read estate
situated In Wlccacanee Township,
Northampton County, North Carolina;
Beginning at a stake in the south
ern edge of right-of-way of State
Highway No. 158, the northwest
corner for this lot, which stake is
N 83'” 40 minutes £ 140 feet from
a 24-inch cedar at edge of field of
Mary Lucy Davis, and running
thence with line of Mary Lucy
Davis S 08- 20 minutes E 150 feet to
a stake, a new corner In Mary Lucy
Davis land; thence N 03“ 40 minutes
E 100 feet to a stake, another corner
with Mary Lucy Davis land; thence
N 06° 20 minutes W 150 feet to a
stake In south edge of right-of-way
of Highway 158, said stake being
S 83'° 40 minutes W 100 feet to the
point of beginning.
The above described real estate
is described In a certain Correction
Deed of Trust executed by the said
Linwood Lawrer*;e Davis and
wife, Nlta Parks Davis, dated March
25, 1963, and recorded in the Office
of the Register of Deeds for North
ampton County, North Carolina, on
December 3, 1963, In Book 474 at
By MRS. RAY E, FUTRELL
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoe
maker and son of Charlotte spent
Friday and Saturday In the home
of the Rev. and Mrs. John Dean.
Miss Brenda Sunneral of
Franklin spent the weekend in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton
Jim Porter and Jim Barnes
spent the weekend in Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Barnes
and daughter, Ellen Anne, spent
Sunday in Raleigh, as guests of
Dr. and Mrs. George C^el.
Mrs. Bessie Prince of New
soms spent Saturday in the home
of Mrs. Garland Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Umstead
spent the weekend in Lexington,
guests of relatives.
Mrs. H. W. Maddrey spent last
week in Roanoke-Chowan Hospi
tal, Ahoskle, with her husband,
H. W. Maddrey, a patient there.
page 557. ~
This 8th day of October, 1965.
Ballard S. Gay and
John Evans, Trustees
Ballard S. Gay, Attorney
OOPS! Brenda Joyner, right
end on the Ramette team, takes
a spill during practice Tuesday
—but what sports! Falls like
this slowed the girls only mo
mentarily and they were back
on their feet and ready for
drop in now to see
the year’s most exciting cars
See how every ’66 Oldsmobile
is Toronado Inspired!
MOST MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY AT
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Look to OLDS for the NEW!
YE-E-ES, COACH? Looking very feminine and just as cute as
she really is, Shamra Daniels, NCHS junior from Seaboard,
donned her football uniform Tuesday for practice for the powder
puff game scheduled for Thursday, October 21, at 8 p.m. Shamra
will play quarterback for the all girl team. Don’t let the fem
ininity fool you, underneath is unleashed power that will send the
pigskin through the air waves next week.
the cover of the school building.
The third period home econom
ics n class, directed by Mrs.
Bullock, has placed a housing
project in the display window to
show that, in housing, color is
The positions on the NCHS
Student Council are now fully
named, representatives having
been elected from each home
The senior representatives are
Lynn Brown, Sandra Edwards,
Margaret Lassiter, Patricia
Martin, Celeste Spence andSarah
Representatives from the jun
ior class are Ann Bowers, Sham
ra Daniel, Terry Johnson, Keith
Moseley, Kay Stephenson and
The sophomores are repre
sented by Georgia Boone, Bren
da Chappell, Beth Daniel, Walter
Jessup, Linda Whitehurst and
John G. Parker.
The freshmen representatives
are Dianne Bryant, Diane Cole,
Ethelene Hatcher, Elizabeth P,
Lewis, Ricky McGee and Carol
The president of the NCHS
Student Council is Judye Chap
The second Miss NCHS is to
be crowned next Friday night
during the halftime of the North
ampton - Scotland Neck football
game. She will be crowned by
Carol Harrington, who was last
year’s queen. A homecoming
dance will be held In the NCHS
gym following the game and will
last until midnight. Music is to
be provided by the Chancellors.
The Northampton Ramlets lost
their second game of the season
to Ahoskle’s Little Indians last
Thursday afternoon at Ahoskie,
13-7. The Ramlets presently have
a 2-2 record.
Last year’s Ram-Page staff
will be regular subscribers to
this year’s Ram-Page by virtue
of a fund left by them for that
Nicky Martin, last year’s edi
tor, is attending Chowan College
along with Jimmy Lassiter, re
porter of last year.
The three feature writers of
last year are also furthering
their education. They are Mary
Ann Mumford at Louisburg Col
lege, Betsy Bradley at Richmond
Professional Institute ajid Bon
nie Taylor who is attending East
Edgar Parker, sports editor,
is studying at Guilford College.
Roy Parrish, who mimeographed
the paper and wrote features and
news, Is also attending East Ca
rolina College. Ruth Williams,
reporter and headline maker, is
attending beauty school at Roa
noke Rapids. Another reporter of
last year, Lena Martin, is work
ing at Sunbeam in Ahoskie.
This staff originated the Ram-
Page and edited 17 Issues in
1964-65 school year.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
UNDER DEED OF TRUST
Under and by virtue ot the power
and authority vested in the under
signed Trustees by that 'certain
deed of trust from L i n w o o d
Davis and his wife. Nlta Parks
Davis, dated August 9, 1962, and
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Part Time Bindery Women
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Contact James Wollace
during office hours only — 8 to 5
Phone 332-2123 Ahoskie for appointment
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