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President of Company Started Manufacturing in Small Way
Midget (lamp ^ ill
OjM'ii Next Monday
The Midget Camp at Camp JLeach
will begin on Monday, July 15th. At
present there are over 90 campers
roistered, as the capacity is 100
campers and 25 staff members, a
capacity camp is expected. The camp j
will run for two weeks.
Several children and young peo
ple from Williamston plan to at
tend. Campers attending are: Bar
bara Margolis. Sylvia Green, Jac
quelin James, Morton Cntcher. Tom
Brandon. Jr., Parker Peel and Bruce
Powell Kogerson. Since the policy
this year is to have two one week
camps several of these children will
only stay one week.
The staff of the camp is compos
ed of tin following from Williams
ton and East Carolina:
Directors. Rev. and Mrs. John liar
Chaplain. Rev'. F. A. Turner, Wilin
mgtop; ? 1
Purchasing agent. Bill Jordan
Instructors, Lona B Weather I)
jCreswell; Rev. F. A Turner. Mar
garel Norman. Robersonvilie* Eliz
abeth Bell. Washington;
Bugler Tommie Jordan. Fayette
Newspaper, Jack Baker Saunders.
Dramatics, Louise Jordan. Fay
Athletics Camille Gastrins, Wind
sor. and Kenneth Willard. Green
Swimming, Elizabeth Bell and
Floyd Cahoon. Columbia;
Nurse, Mrs. Nance, Washington;
Counselors. Girls; Nancy Biggs
Elizabeth Parker and Katherine
Manning, all of Williamston, Frances
Southeriund, Wilmington; Louise
Flam. Wilmington; Murjorie Gray
Dunn. Williamston Kit Morton, of
K.mstoii. Boys?Kenneth Willard.
Floyd Cahoon. Joe Husk. Fayeth
vilk Mack Simmons, Chapel Hill;
Cam Rodman. Washington. Mc.C.
Package Manufacturing Co.
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ih -? firm* til W illiaiii?lini. ??' cxli iiil in lln
i'lil|ilnYI'i'? and i*iii|iln\its :i rurilial Mflroilie
In imr town ami riiuntx. I lii> iii'h I'lili'rpriM*
Mill a.Ill in in-li In lln- hpiril ami ariiMtli of nur
Iiimii anil mi- mi'Ii'iniii* \iiii.
Paul Auto Supply
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Greeting and Best
Wishes to the
Goldman Package Mfg. Co.
WE WELCOME VOL
More Than Third
I Of \ Century Ago
New Enterprise Ha? Ranking
Position in Section's In
Organizing thi- Goldman Package
Company more than a third o a
century uR"- Mr Davld
present president of the
Package Manufacturing Company,
started out "> the business world in
a small way Comparatively little
I farm produce was handled in con- I
tamers other than in bags or.crude
boxes, but through his far-sighted
I ness Mr Goldman envisonaged the
! dav when the farmer would pack |
his produce and place it on the mai
I ket m attractive containers
Employing sound business prince
pies and gaming the confident* of
Um ever-expanchng trade. Mr. Gold ,
? man enjoyed .ne. eases ... his huso
cear altei year, and ten years
later his brother, Mr Samuel Gold-|
man, became a partner in the firm.
From its humble beginning, the bus
urn Humus*, --o . .
int s.v continued to expand and in j
ini'?s cuHimutu _
the early thirl.es Mr Meyer M Lev
in entered as a third partner the
firm expanding its operations^ to im
elude the manufacture of baskets
at Glassboro, N. J
Ever alert to meet changing con
ditions and to keep abreast of the
trade requirements. the company
.nagement started looking for a
new lutdnun ? , ?
ton L Goldman, son of the presi
dent. was made an active partner and
placed in the position of assistant
secretary and supervisor of the
firm's Southern operations.
Sites in several states were exam
ined. the owners deciding to locate
IT, Wilhamston the latter part of
March Preliminary arrangements
were completed immediately for
bringing the new enterprise here,
land while the plant is not complet
ed in its entirety it will be ready to
turn out its first basket next Mon
day in accordance wih the schedule
announced several months ago.
With war in Europe and uncer
taiiity surrounding the future of this
country, it was a during step for the
management to take in moving its
manufacturing operations south at
this time But . the owners, looking
to the future and realizing the po
Irtdial -posstbthttes of the Sou)h
looked beyond the present obstacles
J ? . .. ... JnetriU
aw legation in the South Mr Mil
to see an expanding mdustrial ac
tu see an 4
tivity in tins section of the country
The policy of the company as its
latest activity clearly indicates is a
i dations among owners and work
i ers and handlers of the raw products
which are used in considerable quan
titles. ir ~T";
From its small beginning, the com
pany is now one of the largest in this
section of the country to operate a
modern plant with vast production
British Buy 750,000
Cases Canned Milk
Chicago?The British Purchasing
Commission has announced its mte"
tion to purchase approximately lau,-1
* io.i milk, me
WOTX VU puiti.aoc - .
000 cases of evaporated m?K, u\e
Chicago Mercantile Exchange re
ported this week.
Offers will be received up to and
inclusive of July 13 at New York City
and will be subject to acceptance on_
E.O B, cars or piers at New York
(J 11V ?
Under the date of June 20 the
Commission had offered to Purchase
1 500,000 cases of evaporated milk,
although no announcement of the
consummation of this offer has as
yet been made, the Mercantile Ex
Turin Under i'.reen Soybean*
To Improve Hi* W heat l.rop
Turning under green soybeans on
his land last year has resulted in
twice as much wheat on the 'and this
year for S H. Hicks, of Snow Hill,
reports Greene County Assistant
Farm Agent f W. Grant^
Goldman Package Mfg. Co.
On tin- erection of their net* plant in illiamston. Mat thin
enterprise and the cooperation of the Williumston merchants uud
business men be mutually profitable. We extend greetings and
a cordial welcome to our town.
Williamston Motor Co.
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT
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Places Of Interest
Raleigh?A total of 294 historical
markers, covering every section of
the State and every period of its his
tory. are listed in a new Guide To
North Carolina Historical Highway
Markers, published jointly by the
Historical Commission and the De
partment of Conservation and De
This guide not only lists the mark
ers and their locations but also gives
their full inscriptions. The historical
marker program was begun in North
Carolina in 1935. and is conducted
jointly by the Historical Commission,
Department of Conservation and De
velopment, and the Highway and
Public Works Commission. An ap
propriation of $5,000 annually is
available from the highway fund to
meet the expense of casting and
erecting the markers.
Under the law, all inscriptions for
these markers are written by a group
of the State's leading historians, as
follows: F. W. Clonts and G. W.
Paschal, Wake Forest College; F. W.
Johnston, Davidson College; D. A
l^ rkmiller and L. W. Bernhardt, N.
C. State College; R. H. Woody and
J C. Robert, Duke University; A R
Newsome, H. T. Lefler and Cecil
Johnson, University of North Caro
lina; C. C. Crittenden, Secretary,
State Historical Commission. This
group \meets every few weeks to
pass upon inscriptions, a public scrv
ice for which the volunteer group
receives no compensation. The nec
essary research and travel are done
by Miss Marybelle Delamar, of the
staff of the Historical Commission.
' Each marker has the State seal in
a scroll at the top center, is double
Queen of the Rodeo
Bette Mclvor, 21, has been selected
l Miss Chayenne Frontier Days t.
rule over the famous outdoor rodeo
i|i Chayenne, Wyo. She is a typical
Kirl of the west, daughter of a
prominent western family and a
atude?t at Stanford University.
faced, has Ttfack loitering on an alutn
inum-colored background, and is
mounted on an iron pipe imbedded in
a concrete base. Each is placed on
a numbered, hard-surfared high
way. The inscriptions have been
modi- brief?in order to -facilitate
reading from passing automobiles.
The program has been highly
praised by persons from other states I
who have commented on the attract-!
ive appearance of the markers and I
on the accuracy and appropriateness
of the inscription.
GOLDMAN Pwrkny Mfg. Go.
WITH PLEASURE WE OFFER
PACKAGE MANUFACTURING Co.
On the opening of their ii<*? plunt in
WilliuinMon. It mum our privilege to
f nrninli I In- muteriul untl
Build the Roof
Fur llii* ut'H Martin County industry.
J. C. NORRIS
Buy Sheet Roofing That Cantfot Leak
Look For The Name On Every Sheet
You have the privilege lo get the best for your
money when you make a purchase, therefore why
fool around and have something offered to you that
is said to he "just as good". That is what is being
told roofing buyers every day ... If it is just us good,
why not demand the originul (ihaniieldrain roofing,
either in (). II. Steel or Cop-R-Loy. Remember the
word C.op-R-l.oy on (lliuiinehlruin is your absolute
protection against rust?it gives muiiy years long
er service uud cannot leak.
Yes, we know there ure some brunds of sheet
roofing that sell u little cheaper than (Ihanneldrain.
However, when you consider lusting value, Clian
neldruin is the eheupest because it gives many more
years of service than the average 5-V roofing.
FOR SUPER PROTECTION
AND SUPER ECONOMY
HAS NO F.OUAl. IN
Yes, Channehlrain is absolutely leak proof
when it rains it drains. There is no other roof
in# made that has the same drain as Channeldrain
Now, if you wunt sheet roofing, demand from
your dealer Channeldrain. And if you want roll
roofing, demand Wheeling (ap-R-Loy roll metal
?something better for your money.
W. H. Basnight & Co., Inc.
WHOLESALE DEALERS ONLY
AHOSKIE, N. C.