North Carolina Newspapers

Twenty-reight Radio Programs. '■
on North Carolina
Eunice Peele
This year the Kadio Coyneil
of Nash County ,1s presenting
a series of . radio programs,
of this kind by a,ny county In,
the state. Mr, . Inscoe, Ex
office chariraan of the ,
Co^oncil, and ifcs, J. j, Wolfe/
chairman, are dlreoting this
new field of edupatlon. ■ M-
lic Relations, the topic, for
:was in
the fall
charge of Mr. E/C, Pearce,
Principal of Coopers'School.
The Radio Council hopes, to' . ,
arouse an interest in r£3.dio ,as a
means of free, education. To: do
this they hope f^orther to start
all people 'listening 16" the best
of radio programs.
On January,ninth, the. Radio .
Council of Nash. County presented
its .first, in a series • of twenty-
eight radio programs oji North
Carolina. Every scl^ool in th'
county will be responsible for
pne or, two of these programs.
They can be heard twice a week, .
Tuesday and. Thursday, at 10:15 o'
cl6ck,. The subject, Colorful Car
olina ,.;wl Hr g:|.ve ...1:13 the follow
ing pictures of North Carolina',:
North Carolina History, North
Carolina Writers, North Carolina’
Resoujf’ces.. and Industry, North .
Carolina Sports and Recre-atlon,
North Carolina Ilandicraft, North ■
Carolina Homes ,' North .Carolina
Agriculture, North Carolina Oc
cupations. These programs ai-e
heard, brer W,E,E.D., eyery Monday
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cl-p.pter puts on every al,^;hth,
dl&cussing some phase of
Program Competition
I ’ Sidney Jones
• Competition' in presenting chap
el programs this year has prod-^
uced better’ and■ moi’o interesting
: • These programs have^cocered
tnany didderent subjeo.ts, Com-
^Ical programs a-re' making a' great
hit with the pupils. Educational
programs also'’'are providing: good
i ' . ’
; The next program to ’be given '
will be on the subject of ,‘Thrift
presented by' 'the Junior Class.
All parefits and friends of the
school are welcoraed at these pro
grams held.weekly on Wednesday
rooming from 11:15. This free
entertainment will give an idea' of
ihe work being done by the school.
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