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The Cooleemee journal. (Cooleemee, N.C.) 1908-1971, April 15, 1970, Image 1

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/••-.• o » _ : v . Cooleemee Journal ■ _ _ 64fti Y«or Ho. IS J ~- ' • j . JL §mm Spring Has Arrived A pear tree in full blossom makes a beautiful frame for the local golfers in the background. Warm weather has finally arrived, and Incorporation Pros, Cons To Be Viewed The town meeting, open for discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of in corporation, is set far Thur sday, April 23 at the Cooleemee School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. There has been a great deal of discussion, both for and against incorporation of the town of Cooleemee, by the citizens recently. Every citizen should make every effort possible to attend this meeting and hopeful ly they will find tne answers to many questions that could not have been properly answered prior to this meeting. A panel of qualified men in all related fields will be present and should be able to answer most of the questions the people have at this time. Every individual especially those living within the tempora ry boundaries, should attend this meeting to obtain as many facts as possible, before voting. Have You Registered? Saturday Last Chance Davie County voter registra tion books will be open Satur day, April 18, for the purpose of registering those voters not heretofore registered. This will be the last chance to register before the May 2, primary. Dr. R. F. Kemp, Chairman of the Davie County Board of Elec tions, said that the registrar of the various county precincts will be at the precinct voting place on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 2Sth, will be challenge day. There will be three separate elections in Davie County on May 2nd. A Democratic Prima ry vote; a Republican Primary vote; and a vote for members of COOLEEMtt. NORTH CAROLINA W«dneUoy, April IS, 1970 many of the local inhabitants are taking full advantage of it. Whether their pleasure is golf, walking, or just sitting in the sun the weather has been cooperating beautifully. (Photo by Barringer). the board of education. Only registered Democrats may vote in the Democratic Primary and only registered Republicans may vote in the Republican Primary. Every registered voter, regardless of Jaycettes To Have Rummage Pick-Up The Cooleemee Jaycettes will have a Rummage Pick-Up on Wednesday Aprils* beginning at S p.m. Anyone wishing to discard used pots, pans, dishes, silverware, clothing and small appliances are asked to put them on the outside porch or in a party affiliation, may vote in the non-partisan board of edu cation election. All citizens who have not yet registered, are urged to do so in order to exercise your rights to vote in the upcoming election visible place for nick up. No larae furniture can be accepted. "»e Jaycettes will canvass the community, but anyone wishing a special pickup may call Mrs. Pat Cope at 284-5093, or Mrs. Snookie Wiley, at 636 SIX. Rescue Squad Sets Fish Fry The Davie County Rescue Squad will hold a Fish Fry on Saturday, April 18, at the Res cue Squad Building on the Coun ty Home Road, Mocksville. Hie menu will consist of fresh flounder with all the trimmings. Take out orders will also be filled. Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will go towards the building fund and for new equipment. Ralph Mottinger Completes Basic Airman Ralph W. Mottinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Mottinger of Rt . 2, Mocksville, N.C., has completed basic train ing at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in the transportation field. Airman Mottinger is a 1969 graduate of T. L. Hanna High School, An derson, S.C. 14 Pofft 10 Cents

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