A liEK UN DIN (J -SA'IUKDAI, AlKi ! »S*l 'JR, ,
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THE WEEK IN \
By E. A. THORNTON
V A .1.1, £J ... ■ AiHMrtV'rtV.tlV-iY* *• »t--Vi.HT“**«»
The following teacher.- have returned home after attending
sununci school at the various colleges and universities Mrs. N. J. :
Fredrick, Chicago University: W \ Foster. Mrs. Elm use Luikt \ |
Mrs. Mary Barnes Smith and Me'..-; Velma Foster Columbia Univer- :
sity. Prof. H. V. Brown, Mr: Addle C». Thornton, Mis. Susie Mae ,
4 Faucette, Miss Mattie Bell Best. K t. Chris.ian, Hampton Institute
Hampton. Va , Mr- and Mrs G. I. Bland, Suave .Univer -ity; Mi--.- C.
O. Smith. North Carolina College, Durham; Mrs U. 1 Mattison,
who visited hei mother in Dayton Ohio, Mi and Mis. H. P. Holly,
Miss Mam ye L. Fowler, of Pine Bluff, Ark. and Chiton Me-
Donald of No folk. Va were the weekend guests of Mi and Mrs.
£ A. Thornton, and Mis: Mattie B Best Mi FowU-i and M* 1
McDonald attended .su-nmor sell ml <f t Hampton Im.titut* . Mis Lula
faucette a I tended the Flight Annual Summer C -nvoc..tion at Hump i
ten Institute Friday.. August 20th at which time here daughter, Mis.; j
Susie Mae Faucette leoeived her ..v[a.-t> - it";ti * f' in education Mi v ;
Faucette received her B S. deg.ee ft-..an Hampton Institute in U !
>nd has been a member of the faculty at Greenleal School for u |
number of years.
Miss Carrie Lee Moore is v, siting lelative- and tnends in Port*' j
mouth Va. Mrs. Rosa Lee Ho cell and children, Baroara. Jean, and j
„ Ralph are visiting relatives ami friends in Washington. D. C. and
Baltimore. Md. Miss Vertie Mo re- has returned home alter vimhnc i
relatives in Philadelphia, and Newark. N. ,1 Mrs. Ratha C. Mu
dock and daughter, Carol, have returned home aftei visiting ’Ga ,
fives in Detroit, Mich.. Philadelphia, Pa. and Canada. Mrs. Irene R •
Taylor is spending her vacation in New York City. Haywood Wat* >■- >
of Freemom is spending his vacation m Washington, and N e-■
*'York. Mrs. FStella Hayes, and children of Philadelphia are visitm.’
her mother Mrs. Addie Jones in the city. M ! and Mis. John Alt>na.»
ad sister Miss Margaret Daniels of Brooklyn. N. A are visiting .
theii grandmother. Mrs. Addie Daniels, in the Green leaf *ectmr
■Mrs. Annie Bell Cole;, has gone to Washirgtor. D C to visit he-,
daughter who recently underwent an opention at a Washington j
hospital. Miss Lucy Jones, nurse at th ■ State Hospital tov coloi
is spending her vacation in New Rochelle, N. N •
GOLDSBORO CITY SCHOOLS OPENING SET FOR 6TH
The Goldsboro’s city schools are tentatively scheduled to open
Monday September 6th. depending upon me status ot tin poh--
situation. Parents are urged t-> have childi -n in readiness to .sta. t
cn. time in the case the situation permits th*. schools to open ut t
September 6th. School fees ate the same 'w they we,"last ye.. .
and are due when children enroll. Parent': me urged to request .» ,
leceipt from children when thev return f.otn school on ope filin’
i day. Elementary school text books nr,- 'me nut high school cr-o j
dren are required to pav u rental ?> .? f $3 Do which goes to the j
State Dept, and cannot be uaid in ins'. Un.ents
There wilt be lout* additional teat ixrs added tlu«= term, ‘lhe
teachers are as follow: Dillard Hi"h School A. B. Parker riiehna
Ingram-Johnson. Doi? T Li*tie John- 8i •vn Rosa G r av J E. Given
* Alma W. Minnis. F A House M. K. Jacks, -n A J Rigesboe. Ro-a
Rland. 11. T. Wilson, Jo-sie M Bcney. ('hanf. F Hatcher Kenti v
W Johnson, Dorothv Whitled Havdv Th.-mt--- W H.ody H B.
I..UCUS, J. B. Tyler Pauline T. Mattison Fh?a O So Hh. Charlie
Morgan Bavnr J Virginia Faison-Sutton I 1 *1 hompiion A: - : - ;
;>.' Parks. H 1 Bland. Neal Stitt P :A H V Br..v.n. ti ir-.mpa;
Fast-End School Mary L. Gavir. Wilma L. Terse? T--i< S. Bland, j
s-.san B. Fredrick, Zelma W Borah CleopM'., Home. Velerm M
Morgan. Pearl 1. Foster, Ruth F. Fci tinand. Thelme M Coley. Gen
eva Fields Council Mar?'d Boothe-Johnson. Doroth- Parker P; :
W A Foster pnn.-ipal. Green leaf Sc.hi.ob Ruth C Fn « si- F.-f:..
F Guess. Frne c t l.uc-vs Valcnia Scott Gertrude A Cox Sadi* B.
Grantham. Pauline Gavin-Carey. Susie M. Faucette, Dorothy Adam
p 3 c Cat'u-i -nr Ch: ’'tian. Susie E. Gu*’ If.,da ruompsom uul.
H Reid. Mrs N. j. Fevdrick, principal School Street Seim. ’
Katie Zachary Ernestine Whitted-Wooter. lallie L Sarser, Ida K
W..vld«. Lillie Baker Frederick. Aliev. VV Stitt, Helms. Col*''
* Allci S. Hogan Sail:- Y.. Holt Cherrio Ails. Res. A'.mo'-e, l.mrj
,7. Foster. Arabia E Bunn, Gwendolyn Edwards. Prut ft. C. Chris
tian. principal. , . , j
The Wayne County Schools opening dat has been set tot
Septembbe. 9 contingent open the status of the pbl-o epidemic.
Governor Foust has returned to Ids home in Cleveland. Ohio alien
visiting •:* tew davs with his mother, Mrs. Bessie Atkinson. Dr. J
C Carrol and wife have returned to their home m lndianapoh.-. j
Ind. after visiting his sister Mrs J. W hit field. M.. an, lAh j
Ocia Whitfield have returned to Washington, D. C. after visiting j
Mrs. J W Whitfield t
Mre Sarah Foye, the mother of Odellc Foye, died at her home j
on Slaughter Street Monday night. August 16 The funeral ;
held Thursday. August 19. at the Goldsboro Chapel Freewill Baptist |
Church: Burial followed in the family cemvtery. Mrs. Mamie Troy, j
1209 N James Street, died Monday night. August at her home. -
The funeral was held at the East Elm Street Ho 1 mess Cxurch. Burial :
followed in the Greenleaf cemetery.
Mrs. Zilpha Hatch of Boston, Mass, is home visiting her h
.Hubert Hatch, and family at 625 Devereaux Street lin Cos.me
tologist Club sponsored a successful hay ride Wednesday nignt.
August 18. at which time the group enjoyed a very pleasant trip
Cold rinks’ and watermelons were served. 'The Young Men's Club
went on a hay-ride Fridav night. August 21. A large crowd took
part in the event.
Miss Grace Jones, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. King Jones, j
503 Alvin Street has returned to New York after spending her Hi |
dav vacation at home with parents and friends. E. A Thornton was
in'Mt. Olive, N. C. during the week on business in the interest ot ;
the CAROLINIAN. Harvey Peterson. 105 West Hillsboro Street, Mr
Olive, N. C will handle the CAROLINIAN for the people m Mi-
Olive and community from now on. Mr. Peterson will see that
you get the CAROLINIAN. A special column will be devoted to
|ffhe town of Mt. Olive.
Mrs. Ara Atkinson. 1115 Gr-eenleui Street needs to toe ceil'
gratulated lor the wonderful service she is performing foi the j
people of her race. Mrs. Atkinson it owner and propnetoi ot the *
Atkinson’- Floral Parlor on Brodgen Stree* the only colored estato
lishrnent of this kind in the city. Hats oft to Mrs. Atkinson foi
i going into thi4 type of business. All citizens of Goldsboro an a
Wavne countv are urged to support this project.
AMERICAN LEGION COMPLETES PLANS
TO ATTEND STATE CONVENTION
A* the meeting of BryantJßest Post No 215 American Legion
on Tuesday night, August 17, the post completed all pian.-. for the
sending- of Comrade George E. Wilson as delegate to the state
convention in Asheville, N. C. September 10-13.
Afte; a short discussion by the members of tne post H. v> ■
Wright, commander, asked for new business which was the pro
gram committee setup for the year -of 1948-49 Comiade J. G. Me.-
vih chairman of the building committee reported that the cum
mittee was working hard on the -building project, and hopes t < ■
have some definite plans to present at th*_ next nwum an Sem
tember 6th. Comrade, George Wilfton ractiniw, that Biyun.
Post No 215 American 'Legion go on record and give a, Citizen--
shin” award to the most outstanding boy or girl graduating Horn
Dillard High School beginning June, 1949. The motion was passed
Thi- award will be given by the post every year as one of if,
Annual .words. Miss Georgia M Smith, appeared m persdn to
thank Mr. Thornton, service officer and members of the pos hn
helping make it possible for her 4 orecewe the »SS»0.00 scholar
ship swam winch was awarded to her though the s ate depart
ment of North Carolina American LegK». Miss Smith, stated l hat
*hr plan* to enter Bennett College in September and would do k
• ' ** •' ' - ,V i iL... & »«rtriA"an T .atJIhH HSSS PiMGYI
YOU WILL FIND I
newest’ styles :
SKOOND SKCTiOf 1
0k am.. \
| THE POWELL CHILDREN—
Liitie Farl, Joyce, and LL-nald,
the sons and daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Walter Powell of
Washington, D. C. are visiting
their grandparents. Mi. and
Ule: St ie :11tv...,!.|*-rd Ihr- p.. ! t.y K A 'j!. ,~t > ,| tin,,-
-landing welconte was given hei bv th nit.mu •.. U<; motliei
Mrs Hattie B. Smith, was also ptese-nt.
The Aiiii.-ntan Legion Auxiiiasi nit t tiundav An.--u.-t 22 .e
j th*- holm- of Mi--. Ida Hoi land, Rt 1 P-k ill'.-. N <'. n cc.tnplcti
i plans tv* send a delt-pale lu tin- v >nv .’ntii"iti .Mr-- Ro:-<-t.ta Faison
j president conducted the m< -tinp Immediately folio-', mg tin meet
Oil.- !: eli v. atei nil it.-Ji: ,ve:e . s*d I■;: J-. '.t-d 1, ~j
THORNTON'S TEEN fAGE TOPICS
Well, -i- the -school day? are giowine re..,-, an t v-e poin.i *i-
I demic iij: .slowed down, the tioy; and gn 1 Is j: - be-jinnii.r. to leturn
j home from Ur u suminei \.d r.- and v/ ,ik. -.ettir,- -eady nr
the opening of f-chcoi Septembe: ut;
Mix? Fiaiicu Rhc.d«--.. and vi:- Gv-<-reia Smith I, r«.-t-*rne*i
iiOine alter iiavnip spent .1 v-a!-■ p't-o-.i'it -.t»,* 11 .* . Otiiei- will la
returning iorm uov. m.. . Jays, pint |i V Biu, u .•:a.t C !
Biand- left Sunday to vis 4 ine- boy.. ~-nd mi is, who i*av* het-n work
inp on the Gi iftiii Fullei tobacco fa iin ir» Connect lent . : <-!*-iv they
return koine i s .-.chool A‘u Se. its m 1. o- e 100, 110 and HI an'
looking lorwaid to tin v.ci .-'.end raiment' at i'a!m \i-i whi* a
will begin on tire first weekend in Sept'-nd- r. Troop 108 k making
plans to gi; th* -.v**-k<-inl • : S* ptvn. l ,- lVtli T)u . a.t; die-, will
Ib* first aal and wale; -Mel'. Alii .1 '• Krii I - -s< <si t l:\ei-.UV' Will
be in charge of the- eamp along with i *ch • roulma: tm A letter
I received by E A J'horntan !; m Fii-t U;v uteiiant ?via. hal B. Ras.s.
stationed at Kob* B i--* J-ipan, states, th.- in- e. well and
along fin*’ id h.e ••.x.-cute.i ol 1 ... . : v -.,p:.ii-. I .Mu, inf Hm
Mr and M:s Walt* Po-.v-11, ai.d l'n.nify Karl Monalu Walter
Jr. and Jove* <)f Wa inn.-ton. D e'. a-, vedr.g Mi Ui.w« W: parent
Mi and Km - .1 t ., j au: .\i vn. • I • v ...., ,
panted by Mn Lviv.a Jems to* .-.ter >-n-l.*-.>.- of Mi .im.e
~WH«aa»tTsur-.rx.vr.xjc. ... r - - 6
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When You flee Hargrove. Don't Think Os Insurance
j Buj When You Tfunk Os Insurance, Set- HARGROVE
k, M. Hargrove Insurance Co.
426 South James St, Goldsboro, N, C,
Electric Sales *«•' Service Co.
205 EAST WALNUT ST. PHONE 365
. . ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT k. E. SYKES IS NOW
ASSOCIATED WITH THEM AS SALESMAN
CATERING TO YOU GOOD PEOPLE AND
YOUR NEEDS .. . KINDLY CONTACT HIM M L*
FOR ANYTHING IN THE ELECTRICAL LINE B M
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G. E. APPLIANCES
I UNIVERSAL RANGES and WATER HEATERS
KKE.SK Y FLOOR F URNACES and
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EUREKA VACUUM CLEANERS
COMPLETE LINE OF SMALL APPLIANCES
DOMESTIC OR COMMERCIAL WIRING
THE HUB DEPARTMENT STORE
G O LDSBORO, N. C.
— Myi»«>«M«llM.<llll»1l"Wm»WM»W!>lWai» IMl—'
Mrs. K nq Jones at 503 Alvin
Sireei. The iitiie Powells suy
they like North Carolina just
fine, bc-iau.se we can play and
tan uul in the c»j;ei» litre.
HEPORT STUDIES 01 ,
WASHINGTON lANir H w- 1
'nrd Univeisity and Mti-mn,
'cal College were among 136 insti- j
tutii-us in the United .Stale:; and!
Hawaii that rt.-j.-ai d d activities la i
ala rm-. cnertM- re.st-ar* ii in the cur '
rent stmi-aunual iepo r * ot tne
I Atomic: Energy i urn nils- ion.
These 136 in. Mint: are ho: j
i pftals universitiei and lalioi-atonu:' •
: outside the cornniiasiuii ii.-a-i) that j
arc masing sttidii- of civilian ic-e J
i of atomic' rnu - v
Howard is ci. ndied im’ tudies of
; the radioactive form- of three *-le- j
j ments cadiophosphoi-us, radioco- j
bait and radioiodine.
The phosphorus is being us*-d to;
s'-.ld.v Ih* effects: ot vitamins, on .
the phfisphor-M- mclaboh-m of thej
chick t-mbro. The radim-obulf i la
in;-' used lo stud\ metuboiisni in the!
rat. ami ladiodine feu me abolism
in the mouse.
SPECTAJ. is f t i»IF.
As :*iena» i v .-i-ientisL av,- -indy
me radioactive iron and radioac
tive active gold.
The study of the radioiron is to
observe iron absorption in 1,000
: hospital admisevom- The rsdioacuv.
substance is used as a tracer to fol
low the route of iron entering she
l o* radioiron m making th
study has proven practical and con
venient to, experimentation wit!;-
-•-! all’eeffng the patient in any
way The radio substance lias in*
s;.n,e effect on tile system as Old: ,
■ nun >ei can be delected „nd
followed in tMe body without ex tin
proc: ii *, < -
Wile,-, this project is rumple led
R will be the largest survey of
1-uiid to have ever be, ~ made
PHSSIBI 1 CONTI I SHINS
ho- -ibh conclusions indicateii b.
•h- incomplete evidence shown
'hat non is no* mL-uibect by u.-
jividii.iis tiiat as e nt-nnai and have
: lio need tor iron Large up takes are
■ noted in pregnancies especially in
th- later -!;mr- and also in
’-in types of heart disease even
where the blood ; normal ui ai
in severe anemia a large uptake
of irion has been noted Results so
i"jj 11 i tm field tend to beai out
- nv-i-v i.b-ervation.- made p, past
•Rudies of iioin aboition in various
'1 he radiogold t .xpeimi;:-nts at
Mr-harry are part of the atomic re
se.ii ci/ in medical diaenosi:- ..-mt
hemp. At xr.e Nashville medical
■ - bool li.e efiec!: of this ~ .
-Ve gold in tin- treatment ol m
rnuis n, iiuriiaii: are being -mdu-d
tu. n-nt * videnci indicates pru
u-c- that tins. * übstancc v-. ill be,
; 1 1 1 on nioper.it/U- ca.v s jiat
othe- wise untreatable turnors -i'iic
repoit warns, however, that much
i'Uul* r* .-:earcil must be made In. - I
fore rail cactive gold n.av b* used j
m widespread ti t-atm*-nts.
Details „! t),< Howard, arid Me !
naiiv reports are c-.irited in tra-
F oin th Seim-annual rep-rrl of th,
Ui md State.- A mini i Km-igy com
A limited supply of seed of th,
new Sunrise type of barley known
as ‘•Sunrise x Davidson 2989 ' is be
ing distributed t<n seed increas* !
to 14 producers of certified seed m
FUNERAL DIRECTOR VV. R.
Wallace, units.tger and funeral iti
ren or of 1,. «■■ (.arris Funeral i
I Home. Hit olive, N C , assir'atit
stl|)fiHtli'iidiiit Son tlj er ii District
of l)i< United Holy < hlileii of
! (!n (-• t IgJll Hnlj (lull ill.
Ml Olive, N. C. anil for 18 years
rupei ill'eiiilent oi tlic Sunday
School. Ml Wallace tiai> won
many friend-, in .in Olive anil
Wa v Ilf i OiilltV
Mi. ouvr. N. C. eOLUMM
By £. A THORNTON
iVii'-e I - ,, 0.. iii 'iiocutnb and
broiiie id. itt ha returned ]
non i r yll r- i .t- to miin ,k sujiim6r i
erhr.il ,t and T. College
Cj 1 e>-: I: hol'O N C. Mi: S Slurumb .
i 'a i.jt’c'i -■! i'llvjivy so; her Mat
ter- degree. Mis- Earnestim
wood ha. trturnecl !'onu after al
ter at*"’, line summer school at
Haiiiptcmlnstitule, Virginia, IV!t -- |
Miivim- L. Fowler of Pine BlulS, |
Ark is v..siting friends in the city •
.VI j; Fowle-t attended summer I
.ciioul at Hampton Institute.
The Hi.v It, J. Miadleton. 72... |
died at he in a.-a in Kt rili iile, N. j
C Aui'.ait ie. fuiit'itil Friday, |
Align t ' ; 0. ft p,m. m Keeiiville, i
Bunal |r>llu ,Vt d ill tin' ia mil;
cemetery Revival service will be - ;
gin at Wiuivs Chapel baptist |
Church hit. Olive, N. C. during |
tin. week with the Rev ii, W.
Field- of Durnam as speaker- The |
Clinton District Union of the Pen 1
tics tu. Hah Church; will eon :
vene at Beah-ville, N. C. Satur j
dnv and Sundav. August 28-20 |
with Pn shU at Dean Revels, a*
Giddsbor.) presiding The Hev j
Mr. Reveis i.- an instructor in the *
- Chut eh School in Goldsboro, N
j C. oi which Bishop J. C Branch j
is president. ‘
Aiilii rapid j icgi'tS-S has i
iiiid . in Li tii;■. 11 oieciric power to j
i North Carolina lr-n'rm doling the j
| past j 4 year:-.. \ho Statf* u vt?r«*g6 in s
■ownership of home electncai equip- |
| ment is well bc-K>w that ot the ua* |
: tion as a whole.
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