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PABMYIIXB, PITT COUWTT, NOBTH CAXOUNA, FRIDAY, JUNK It, 1M7
NEW SUPERINTENDENT NAMED AS
NUBA? TO FILL VACANCIES
Work With Lmal
Sam a Bandy, fhrmvilln "tiro
rhoae work u secretory of the
lumber of Commerce ha* b
standing baa h**11 elected to
J. H Moore aa superintendent of tka
Weai schools. _ - >
The announcement of r
election was made by
Lewis of the FarmviDe
who added, "'ILa 1
itself fortmiate he
the services of a
1UT48 aeaMon, Mr. Btsdy will
tinue his week with the Chamber of
until August, or even I
later, if possible, unlaao a
teewsaer^m be secured earlier. [
Maynard G. TMrw, I
|-|^i - w_.
he utat**1 that Mr. Bundy would be I
r* his graduation from the local I
high school in 1923, Mr. Bundy at
teadsd Duhe University, thwa Trinity I
.. I received a bachelor of|
(teeree in 1927. He attended thai
I in 1930 and hael
Univeraity of North I
? N. C State,
r waa in the teaching pro-1
feeslon conunuoualy from 1927 until I
1A4A. Ha served aa principal of Max-1
waU irhrr-' in Duplin county the first I
ha waa art of college. From
MS, he waa principal I
in Edgecombe coun
jaom 1933 through 1944 he I
__ principal of Leggett school, also
in Edgecombe. Afer serving aa duel
clerk of the O. P. A. board in Tar-1
H44 until Feb., 1946, he I
of Williamston school I
r until June, 1946,1
I )te position aa sec-l
Zl the Farmville Chamber of
"hi civic, fraternal
? ? * is & 32nd |
mtmmm He wee
tedent of the Tarboro Kiwanis
k t. 1U1 iteotenant-governor of
I i,i hi air of the Carolines Kiwar
lutridfai 1946. He was a mem
f the International Committee
Lr.iaunt Beporta in 1948 and was
?man of committee in 1946.
He is amrried and the Bundys have
o stmr. agea nine and seven .
OCCUPY NEW HOME
M,. .nd Mm J- T. Windhnm and I
-ov-d into their new home ml
u* ? put Monday, and may in I
ESJ2* iSST* their being
a family to move into thisl
section, and the very find t01
aide in their own home.
D?ri? ^ J' f-h^V " and |
"their "GT bonne from a|
only two of the aim va
> by the resignation or
of local teachers have
fillnd, officials of the Faimville
ol district hare appluAtione for
?ther position* and the board
TirS.VZ"*' to them.
with him are Dr. John M. Mewborn*
I A. C. Menk, Jr% Arch J. Flanagi
end Irrin M?n ?? Jr.
- Miss Both Parker has accepted a
position as heme eeonomcs teacher
succeeding Mrs. W. C. Harreil, who'
moves this month to Gatesville where
Mr. Hanell, who Served as history
instructor iad coach, will la
superintendent of the Gates c
schools. The third grade vacancy
created by the resignation of Mrs. J.
H. Moore, who * moves to Elizabeth
City where Mr. Moore becomes head
of the Pasquotank county system, is
to be filled by Miss Hardy of La
^ second 'grade teachers are
needed. In the high school, there are
openings for a commercial teacher,
mathematics, Spanish, public school
music and history.
Attempts wjll also be made to have
provision made in the new budget for
a vocational agriculture teacher.
William A. Carr
| William Allen Carr, son of Mr.
[ and. Mrs. E. C. Carr, was among the
398 graduates taking part in the im
pressive 58th commencement exer
cises at State College, Raleigh, Mon
day jmrning, receiving his BS degree
in Chemical Engineering from the
hands of Governor Cherry and con
gatulations from Dr. Prank P. Gra
ham, president ef the- Greater Uni
versity. The baccalaureate sermon
was preached' Sunday evening by the
Bt Bey. Thomas Wright, feiahop of
the Episcopal Diocese of East Caro
i lina. '
"Bill" as the popular young Farm
ville man is called here, finiahtd
| Farm ville high school in 1942 and en
tered State College the following
fall, where he studied for two yean
before being transferred to the Navy
V-12 program at Columbia Univer
sity. From there, he went to Fort
Schuyler Midshipman School, N. Y.
He was assigned to duty, following
the end of hostilities, on the Kant
lend, an attack transport, which was
?ed to transport troops from Japan
hack to the U. S. A. He was placed
on inactive duty at Norfolk, Vs.,
in August, 1946 and reentered State
College in September.
His college activities include: vice
president of Lambs Chi Alpha; mem
ber of the interfraternity council;
member social functions committee ;
treasurer sophomore class; m?T,?gi.,g
editor H?e Technician; staff member
of the Wautuaga; member of Theta
Tau; member AIChE; outstanding
work in Y. M. C. A.
Bill spent this week with his
pnnnts here.. He is leaving Monday
pwvisor in tha Chambers"1Works
Wtoringtoa, Del., a Du Pont branch,
" 1 him shout
(J is Work With REA
hall for their j
Expressing regret at Mr. Joyner's
health, the motion was made hp W.
C. Hinson and seconded ? by
- Called to order by President J. Lee
with a prayer by Bar. E. W. Holmes,
pastor of Farmrille Mhptist church,
following which Mayor X W. Joy
ner cordially welcomed the
to FarmviBa. ''
Directors of the corporation, ill of |
whom were present with the
tion of J. E. Mew born, wen then
Project Attorney John B. Lewis in
troduced Sam D. Bnndy, secretary of
the Farmville Chamber of Commerce,
whose timely talk con
and stressed that moral,
spiritual building could ha i
plished by faith in ourselves, faith in |
our fellowman and faith in God.
C. M. Paylor, manager, presented I
a report which had been mailed to |
each member April 15.
President TugweH madd a few
marks concerning construction and
made the statement that in the mat
ter of construction no partiality was
being shown. He added that the co
operative had adopted and was trying
to carry out a policy that would sbrve
the greatest number of people with
the small amount of material avail
Mr, Paylor then introduced L IX
Kiridin, tike new superintendent of
the R. E. A. department of the Town
of Farmville. Mr. Kirklin spoke
briefly and pledged his cooperation
in every way in carrying out the pro
A. C. Oakes, chairman of
.nating committee composed of him
self, Ralph Bynum, W. E. Smith, G.
L. Mewborn and W. Li White, report
ed that E. E. Nethercutt, 0. L. Erwin
and Sam V. Tugwell had been nomi
nated for two-year terms ?as mem
bers of the Board of Duuetora. The
motion to accept the report waa made
by W. J. Baker and seconded by
Jasper B. Jones.
Prises donated by merchants of
Fountain and Farmville were award
ed as follows: Mm. Walter Pittman,
Walstonburg, route 3, electric broil
er; Albert Jernigan, Snow Hill, mate
2, electric iron; S. G. Psrris, Stsn
tonsburg, route 1, table lamp; J. M.
Eastwood, Farmville, route 2, elec
tric dock; J. L. Small, Snow Hill,
route 2, electric toaster; Jasper Boyd
Jones, Snow Hill, route 1, heating
pad; Alfred X Ellis, Farmville,
1, electric fan; Heber Haddock,
ville, route 1, electric toaster Lester
Gay, Farmville, route 2, electric
broilermsster; Mrs. Lola Bartiett,
Snow Hill, route 8, electric hot plate;
J. P. Hill, Snow Hill, route 2, table
? of the
Bell Afthur community disclosed the
ing worship, HHP
ject, "And, Tn _
Training Union, ?* 9- ?-5 evening
worship, 800 p-W mnaon subject,
?pten a Check on Your Desires.
Geo* singing. ?rgan awl P*"?
roast in the
. a business
H. B. Humph
t. There were
f. Holmes, Mrs.
Parker and H.
Mrs.' Charles a fBdwardfl was hos
bss to the Attar Guild, Tuesday
vening, at wMchttme Mrs. John D.
?- -directress, presided and ap
pointed Mrs. R. a Scott, Mrs. Will
Jones, Jr., and Mrs. Chafces a Ed
wards as a
Mrs. Edwawh continued the study
of Everyman* Book with a discus
awn of the chapter, "The Lamp
Following adjou rnment, the hostess
served iced patch aid cookies.
with Mrs. L. E.
the Abundant Life,"
_ Mrs. E. R. Clegg,
and was baaed an the second chapter
of Luke. ?,
Pearl Johnston, program
gars a sketch of the life of
Livingston, as an sample
Christian faith and fortitude.
Ice cream, cake and salted nuts
served during the social period.
.Mrs. L. T. Pierce, Sr., ws
to members o? Circle 1, of the
Woman's Auxiliary, Monday after
noon. at 8:80 o'clock. Mrs. Robbie
Smith conducted the .devotional,
on the Sermon on thd Mount,
under the subject topic, "How Do I
Affect Others?" Mrs. George B.
Moon reed a timely selection from
Following adjournment, straw
berry ice cream and cake were served
by the hostess, assisted -by her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. I* T. Pierce,
Jr., and her sister, Mrs. Ethel Thorn
f Circle 2 met Monday evening, at
8:00 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Glenn Newton. Mrs. W. P. Eesley
the Bible study on the
subject "How Do I Affect Others?"
and Mrs. Allen Drake, in charge of
the program, fed in the discussion of
the missionary tope, "Seeking A
Daring the social hour, the host
served ieed fruit juice and cookies.
The members of the Rotary Club
Dr. Ralph Deal, of Greenville,
? former college professor,
Is Wrong With' the World?"
Deal, in Ma i
JLLrnTMT Jii'liC~**Tl'"'l IL '
Haying Face lifted
The meet modern store front in
astern North Caroline is what the
fturmville Belk-Tyler store intends
to hare when the remodeling pro
started Monday morning, is
six weeks or two months
to Contractor John' M.
Tyndell of Kinston, contract for the
work calls for adding nine feet to the
depth of the windows, installing an
island window ip the entrance and
using terraco tile for the flooring.
Glass brick will be uaed above the
windows md the name of the firm
will stand oat in 20-inch, raised,
stainless-steel letters. Plans also call
for the installation of fluorescent
bieide the store, improvements
will be made. These plans call for
some new fixtures and a new floor.
Ernest N. Petteway, manager of |
the store, is elated over the moderni
sation program and is certain that it
will enable the^ firm to more capably
Serve the community..
EH Joyner Attends
UNC Class Reunion!
Chapel Hill, June 9~'Ten years
out of college, University of North
Carolina alumni of 1937 held a 10th
anniversary reunion luncheon here
June 8 as part of the Commencement
program. Fred H. Weaver, Univer
sity dean of men and '37 president,
Under the "Dix Plan" reunions,
used by University alumni classes,
the '37 class is scheduled to have a
full-scale reunion in 1948. The spe
cial get-together this June was an
"extra dividend" reunion.
Officers other than Weaver include
Niles W. Bond, vice-president, who is
now attached* to the American lega
tion at Berne, Switzerland, and T.
Eli Joyner, Jr., secretary-treasurer,
Plans were discussed by class leas
ers for establishing a memorial at|
the University honoring the 14 mem
bers of the class who died jn military |
service during World War II.
Ed. Note: T. Eii Joyner, Jr., who
4a associated with the Farmvilie
Furniture Co. as manager, was
graduated from the University
School of Commerce with a BS de
gree. He was advertising and as
sistant manager of The Daily Tar
Heel, campus newspaper, during his
first three years and business mana
ger during his senior year; businesss
manager of the freshman handbook;
vice president of the sophomore Y.
M. C. A. cabinet and a member of
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
Cucumber Disease r
Reported In State I
Cucurbit downy mildew is now pre
sent on cucumbers in Scotland, ?New
Hanoyer and Pender counties, says
Dr. D. E. Ellis of the plant pathology
staff at State College, who has just
returned from a trip through the cu
cumber producing areas. .
He advises growers in these and
adjacent counties to start dusting im
mediately and those in counties far
ther north to be prepared to start
dusting in the near future.
The mildew disease reached North
Carolina about the same date as last
year; and if damp, humid weather
prevails during the next few weeks,
it will spread rapidly and cause se
vere-losses, he warns.
A dust containing-five per cent me
tallic copper, derived from tri-basic
ulphate, in a diluent such
pyrophylite or talc, and applied
Ob Board Of
J. C. CARLTON
Was installed aa a member of the
board of governors of the Bright Belt
Association, at the annual meeting,
which convened at Myrtle Beach, S.
C., this week. Mr. Carlton is a mem
ber^ of the Monk Warehouse firm.
At The Kiwanis Club
Miss Hazel Garris, an attractive
young member of vthe Lang's 4-H
club, had members of the Kiwanis
club drooling at the mouth Monday
night as she mixed appetizing .milk
drinks and, when the time came to
auction them off, such gourmets
Lewis Allen and Hubert Joyner bid
up to two dollars for the privilege of
enjoying the concoctions. Proceeds
from the sale of the drinks want to
the club's fund for underprivileged
children. Miss Garris and Miss Hines,
an assistant home agent, appeared on
the program as the guests of George
Miss Garris, who presented the
same program at a recent meeting
of the Greenville club, talked about
the value of milk as she
with her task of mixing the drinks.
She explained that milk is not fat
tening, and is second to none .in
Dr. G. Ashby Winstead waa induct
ed aa a new member by Sam D.
dy, who reminded the club of the di
visional meeting in Greenville to
night and moved that the Tarboro
club be invited to meet with the lo
cal group on Monday night, June 23.
The club also welcomed as'visitors
Dr. Paul E. Jones, who waa the guest
of Alton Bobbitt, Charles F. Bau
com, who was the guest of Henry D.
Johnson, and Dan H. Jones,
guest of John Parker. Dr.
spoke briefly about the
construct a hospital in the
with Federal, state and
and suggested that a plan"
worked out which would insure the
location of the hospital in or
. . ?:
Secretary of Agriculture
son announced Wednesday
sugar had been freed
controls for households,
are available. However, price <
remain. So does rationing of in
This action ended all rationing of
articles for ultimate consumers for
the first time since April 1942.
Sugar, last food to be
rationing, was the first-to be ration
Dr. and MA W. M. Willis spa
Monday At Wake Forest, where their
sons, Jack and Tommy, entered the
; Tke Fannville
*fwi not to meet in ju)v ,nJ
August tart made olam. to
*** *iT9t *?
<?y night in September with a haE
supper at the
*W??8r over t!
tion for the
him during the j ,
the membersto keep the"
My as full as r?"pin J, a
building could he eieeted within the
"?ar future. The financial
Aowed that the poet now K?Zt
than $9,000 aa a surplus. Singled out
for special mention was Charles Raa
jberry, whose work aa adjutant 1mm
The poet went on record as ex
pressing its regret et the untimely
death of Je?ae Gar, FarmvUle sol
dier who waa killed two weeks ago
in an air crash in the Orient. It was
brought to the attention at the neat
that the young man had expressed
a desire to affiliate with the poet and
it was the opfehm of his acquaint
ances that he would have done so had
**Atao ^be opportunity.
r?wa for a
rag Manly Wooten and Aaron Troon
to Boys' State.- The two youths ere
ra Chapel Hill this week deceiving in
struction in governmental studm.
Both Commander Yelverton and
Charles S. Edwards, who later in the
evening was installed as <
expressed intentions to
Legion convention at Caroiiaa
?Mt week. The post voted to
mse as delegates all who
from Farm villa.
Cbnrles F. Baucom
nd the follow
ing new officers: Hardy
first vice-commander; C. L.
swond vice-commander; J. H. ??
num, third vice-commander.
Commander Edwards pledged his
efforts to make the year a successful
one and announced the following ap
verton, C. L. Beaman, Dr. Paul E.
Jones, Dr. W. M. Willis, R. O. T-?.g
Program commitee-Bev Z. B. T.
Cox, chairman; Lloyd Lucas and
Eli Joyner, Jr.
Food committee?A. F. Joyner,
n; Billy Smith and JaW
. . i
Walter G. (Bod) Gay, Jr., S3, died
?aily Thursday morning at the
Veteran's Facility in Fayetteville
where he had been seriously ill for
services will be held .Fri
day afternoon, conducted by the Rev.
2. B. T. Cox, pastor of the Farmville
Christian Church, of which dsoeaai
a member. Hour and place of
not been decided at
tile Enterprise went to
will be in Hollywood
two sisters, Mrs.
Mrs. A. G. Cayton, both of
FINAL BITES FOR
MISS LIZZIS GASH. 1
Mies Lizzie Gay, 65, died in
Kinston hospital Sunday
following an illneas of
She had been a
Rov. Jack R.
9:00 a. m., with the Rer. Pete
kelt, of Duke University j
tendent. The Saw. C. T.
d the Rev, I