The Cooleemee journal. (Cooleemee, N.C.) 1908-1971, March 18, 1970, Image 1
Toni Brogdon, 12, gets some shelter from a recent rain storm from her umbrella after Cooleemee School closed. Toni is Development Committee To Meet Thursday Atßec.Center The Board of Directors of the Cooleemee Industrial Devel opment Association has called a meeting of all members of the association for Thursday night, March 19, at the Recreation Center here. The meeting is scheduled to get under way at 7:30 p.m. Letters have also been sent to all members informing them of the meeting and urging them to attend. This meeting is being held for members of the association only Candidate Is Member Of Mental Health Board Elizabeth (Lib) Anderson, candidate for Davie County Board of Education, has been a resident of Davie County for thirteen years. She is a charter member of the Davie County Association for Retarded Chil dren and was the first president of this organization. She is also a member of the Davie County Mental Health Advisory Board. In addition to her work for retarded children in this county, she is a director for the David son County Sheltered Workshop for the Handicapped. Mrs. Anderson has been in strumental in organizing many new and educational activities for handicapped children. These activities have included providing recreation in the sum mer months, and she accom panied the first group of chil dren to a summer camp at Crossnore. She has also worked as a scout leader. Prior to coming to Davie County, Mrs. Anderson lived Walkin' In The Rain and not for the entire town as reported in last Wednesday's Salisbury Post. At this time, the board of directors will present their pro posal "to seriously consider the incorporation of Cooleemee". If the proposal is approved by the association, a town meeting will be called in the very near future to be held in the Cooleemee School auditorium. The board members will make every effort to have ex and worked in Winston-Salem as manager of Children's Wear for Sears Roebuck Company. I ELIZABETH ANDERSON the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foyell Brogdon of North Cooleemee. (Staff Photo by Barringer.) perts of all related fields present to answer any questions of the people at this open meeting. There has been considerable concern recently about the dis continuing of the water and sewage here. Bob Hoyle, associ ation president said, "There is no basis to this at all." He further commented that there has been no indication what soever as to this happening here. The CIDA is planning to keep the towns people fully informed as to the results of Thursdays meeting and notified as to the date of the upcoming commu nity-wide meeting. Davie History To Arrive On Friday A new shipment of James Wall's recently published book, "The History of Davie County" is scheduled to arrive at the Main Library in Mocksville on Friday, March 20. TTie books will also be avail able at the following places by early Saturday morning: Cool eemee Drug Company, Hall Drug Co., and Wiikins Drug Company in Mocksville. Price will be $5. Little Symphony TTie N. C. Little Symphony will be at the Mocksville Ele mentary School Auditorium in Mocksville on Wednesday, March 25, at 8:15 p.m. .» •• Cooleemee Journal 64th Yeor COOLEEMEE, NORTH CAROLINA 12 Pages No. 11 Wednesday, March 18, 1970 10 Cents Preschool Meet Slated April 1 There will be a Pre-School conference held in the Cool eemee School auditorium on April l,at 10a.m. All parents who will enter their child in school for the first time this fall are urged to attend this meeting. The meeting is scheduled to explain the procedure of having IT r ** ' f k - I tbk |gk - ■ K# W H YOUNG EDUCATOR OF YEAR Charles Crenshaw of Cooleemee was named the top young educator of the year in Davie County last week. (Staff photo by Barringer). Charles Crenshaw Year's Top Educator MOCKSVILLE - A teacher at Cooleemee School, Charles Crenshaw, was named Davie County's Young Educator of the Year by the Mocfci ville Jaycees. It was the first time the Mocksville Jaycees has partici pated in the national recogni tion program for exceptional a child ready to enter school. Principal V. G Prim asks that the parents bring with them their child's immunization record. The Public Health nurse will be on hand to answer any questions concerning their im munization or physical exam inations at this time. young educators. The Jaycees honored Cren shaw, other nominees for the title and the county's school board and school adminis trators at a dinner last night at the Mocksville Rotary Hut. Dinner speaker was Dr. A. Craig Phillips, Mate superinten dent of instruction.