r ~£?, ! ? J M r I S TEE 0N administration of east ra-
LEIGH Y. W. C. A. BRANCH—Stated lett to right: Mesdames
J. A- B °y*- director; Pattie L. Higgs, treasurer; C. C. Smith,
honor eel W.R. Edmondson, chairman; and H. S. Jones. Stand
ing, left to right: C. C. Smith, A. E. Brown, visitors; Mesdames
NEW MEMBERS recently elected to the YWCA Committee
on Admini tration tor 1964 are, left to right: Mesdamea B. M. Ed
wards, C. i?. Ligon, J. Owen White and Leon Gibbs.
VWCA’s Committee On
New Members Greeted
The Committee on Administra
tion of the East Raleigh Branch
of the YWCA held Its retoilat
YWCA, 310 East Davie St., with
Mrs. W. R. Edmondson, chairman,
presiding. New members to the
committee were welcomed by the
president and members of the
group. A full business meeting fol
lowed the welcoming ceremony and
After this, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Jr.,
who has been an ardent and faith
ful supporter and member of the
Yes, We All Talk
Test your skill in group and pub
lic discussion by encirculing the
Yes No 1. A discussion group
uses only one topic.
Yes No 2. All remarks should
be addressed to the moderator.
Yes No 3. ‘To give informa
tion” is one purpose of discussion.
Yes No. 4. In a panel, each par
ticipant makes a short address.
Yes No. 5. The members of a
discussion group cannot sit in
Yes No 6. Lecture-debate is a
form of discussion.
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The YWCA was beautifully dec
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Yes No 7. In the forum the au
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Minetta B. Eaton, Frank Flagg, Fab Smith, Janet Merchant,
Hast I Williams, Bessie Chavis, Annie Miller, Leon Gibs, Lester
Freeman, C. B. Ligon, Mae Delaney, Harry James, J. Owen
White, B. M. Edwards. Not shown, Miss Vivian Burt, Mrs.. Ber
tha Wilcox and Mrs. W. B. Inborden.
Thompson School’s PTA
To Observe Founder's Day
The Thompson School PTA will
present Its annual observance of
Founders’ Day, Thursday, Febru
ary 13, at 8:00 P. M. in the school
auditorium. Mrs. Mayola Winston
One featured attraction will be
“A Founders' Day Pageant” pre
sented by the PTA, entitled “Our
Child Welfare Rainbow.”
The characters are: Red, Mrs.
Sarah Mall; Orange, Douglas L.
Saunders; Yellow, Bobby F. Con
rad; Green, Mrs. Gertrude Smith;
Blue, John Dickens; Indigo, Mrs.
Ex-Ligon Principal Supervisor:
Virginia State School
HAMPTON, Va—Virginia State
School has received notice from
the Virginia State Board of Edu
cation that Its high school depart
merit h*»« -» * •'
This is the first time in the
school’s 58 year history that
gained accreditation. Dr. William
J. Holloway, the school superinten
dent, presented the certificate to
Mrs. Margaret Johnson, director of
education, at the regular school as
sembly on Feb. 7. The accreditation
award culminates a concentrated
effort covering more than two years
The following major changes in
the school’s program led to this:
1. Addition of academic subjects
in both blind and deaf departments.
2. Reorganization of science of
ferings and addition of Biology,
Chemistry, and Physics.
‘Thank you, Mr. Edison, for having been bom ’
Gwendolyn Leake; Violet. Mrs.
Mable Harris; White, Mrs. W. J.
Wimbush; Our Founders. Mrs.
Katie Faison; and Narrator, Mrs.
Mrs. Katie Faison is chairman
of the program committee.
The responsive reading will be
led by Columbus Mitchner, fol
lowed by prayer by Neal Brown.
The PTA History will be read
by Mle. Rosa B. Perry.
All grade mothers will meet in
room 3 at 7:30 P. M.
All parents and friends are cor
3. Setting up a new guidance pro
gram coordinated by two counsel
ors with master’s degrees in guid
5. Addition of 478 books to the
high school library.
6. Approval of plans for a health
physical education center by the
State Board-of Education.
7. Reassignment of all teachers
to subjects in their major and mi
8. Certification of all teachers In
the vocational instructional area.
9. Organization of inservice train
ing programs for teachers and
These words are fitting tribute to a man
whose inventions have benefitted the wfaola
world. They were spoken when Thomas A.
Edison was installed in the Hail of Fame at
New York University.
Edison perfected the incandescent lamp. He
built commercial systems for generating elec
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to lighting customers. Ha huh factories la
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PRESENTS CERTIFICATE OF ACCREDITATION
Dr. William Jimmeraon Holloway, Superintendent ot Virginia
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Johnson, director of education, the schools first Certificate of Ac
creditation from the Virginia State Department of Education. Dr.
Holloway was formerly principal ot Raleigh's Ligon High School.
Mrs. Martha Davis Askew, a Raleigh native and an honor grad
uate of Ligon, is instructor of mathematics at the Virginia State
School, Hampton, Va. (See story).
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