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April 4, 11, 16, 25, 1964
In the Administration of the Estate of
WILLIAM DAVIS SANDERS.
Deceased. , _ _
NOT I C S
The undersigned, having quah«*<S “
administratrix of the eaUte of WUliaro
Davis Sanders, deceaaed, late of Wako
County, this is to notify all persona
having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned on, or
before the 21st day of September. 1964
or this Notice will be pleaded Is Iw m
their recovery. All persons end#oted
to said estate will please make imme
date payment to the undersigned-
This the 16th day of March. I**-
BA DELL POE, Administratrix
629 East Martin Street
Raleigh. North Carolina
SAMUEL 8 MITCHHJ*
Attorney for Administratrix
March 31. 29, April 4 and 11. 1964.
WAKE COUNTY ......
HAVING QUALIFIED as Adminis
tratrix of the EaUte of Trank Dune
ton. deceased, late of Naka CmmtT-
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against me
estate of eaid deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at ItSti E. Hargett
Street. Raleigh. North Carolina, on or
before the. llth day of March. 1965. or
this notice will be pleaded m har of
S*tti# , eSate I^wii^plJa*sTmaka'tnrirr*-
of March. 1664 _
MARY fRJNSTON TOCNO.
GEORGE I BROWN. Attorney
March 61. 36; April 4 and 1L 1994.
HAVING QUALIFIED as Administra
tor of the Estate of Mrs Eva Belle Mc-
Kntght deceased, late of Wake Coun
tv. Nortti Carolina, this la to notify all
persons having claims against the E
state of said deceased to exhibit them
to tha undersigned it 13 East Hargett
Street, Raleigh. N C on orbefore the
61st day of September. N 64. or this
notice trill be pleaded tn bar of their
recovery All persons indebted to the
estate will please make immediate
dar of March. 19M
MECHANICS A FARMERS BANK
Administrator CTA A
March 21. »: April C 11. I*4
Somebody wise. than moot of
ua said. "No chain is stronger than
it* weakest link.' This briefly, ex
plains why—with all it* stanch
elements, society often achieves
such tame accomplishments. No.
the weakest links are not the weak
ones who desire to beoome strong,
The weakest links are they who
want to BE strong without mck
lnging the slightest effort to BE
COME strong. These request the
mountain summits to descend to
them, because they are too lasy
to ascend to the summits!
I am frequently asked by such
weaklings, “Why do you use such
words in your column? Why dent
you write what people can under
stand?" When I tell them that I
find more people who DO under
stand, they want it written so that
"everybody can understand. I de
sire—as much as anybody— to
understand and to be understood,
but I do not poe&css that special
talent held by writers of begin-
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ners‘ text book*.
However, an ample vocabulary
can be earned with reasonable re
search, ant one need not bi a
genius to rerllse that, a halo Is
not always a shampoo, and camels
are not necessarily cigarettes.
Those good critics need only to try
on, I remember the words of an
other person wiser than most of
to understand. In all my ende*v
“The heights of great men reach
ed and kept
Were not obtained by sudden
But they, while their companions
Were toiling upward In the night ”
Go To Church
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LIGON'S DEBATING TEAM WINS HONORS Pictured are members of the J. W. Li ion
High School Debating Team. From left to right, front row: Mieeee Gloria Hodge, Dorethea McNeil
and Ruby Jones. Second row: J. A Abron, instructor; James High, Vincent McCoUough, Maloolm
Debnam, Miss Ethel Johnson, and Howard Cunningham, instructor. (See story),
Ligon’s Debate Team Wins
Honors In Distric t Contest
BY RICHMOND STEWART
The J. W. Ligon High School
Debating team will travel to Dur
ham to participate in the state aemi
finals on April 8 at North Carolina
College. The negative team, led
by Malcolm Debnam, won honor*
in the preliminaries against John
ston County Training School in
Smithfield recently to qualify for
this additional competition.
A debating team. Ligon's first,
was organized under the super
vision and direction of Mr. J. A.
Abron, Jr., social studies teacher,
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STUDENT APPRECIATION DAY OBSERVED AT LIGON Pictured in top photo i»
acting typing teacher, Mins Natalie Wilson, a* the instruct a ttudent on proper techniques. Mre. P.
Cuningham. the regular teacher, observes in the background. Bottom picture show* acting librari
an, Miss Patricia Palmer as she prepares to check out some books. The other students shown from
left to right are Dave Jackson, Miss Alma Smith,and James Johnson. (See story).
Day” Observed At Ligon
BY RICHMOND STEWART
The teacher* and admir.i*tration
at the J W. Ligon Junior-Senior
High School were honored by the
rchool'a student council recently ss
•Teacher Appreciation Day” and
“Youth Day" were Jointly ooaerv
ed. The Uacher* were relieved of
their duties by student* who had
been carefully trained for aueh a
•'Youth Day” i* the day when the
-cr.iorj take over m every portion
n the school. The president of the
rtudeftt council serves a* the pi inri
pal lor the day and others are se
lected by the counci and approved
by those whose positions they are
after having been selected to do so
by Mr. H. E. Brown, principal. All
members were selected from 10th
grade World History Classes taught
by Abron on tha basis of ability
to think rapidly in situations neces
sary in debating.
Since all members are now 10th
grade students and making grades
of from “B" to “A” in World
History. It is felt that during the
next two years and thereafter, de
bating will take on the same signi
ficance and importance with re
ference to extra curricular artlvl-
■ In some cases teachers may ask
for a particular student. Proper
ability must be evident In terms of
.rradea and strong personality
The stages la are circa this
opportunity to sesame raepoasi
| hilltle* which give them soma
degree as Insight lino what fa
tare demand* will be made of
them. It la reserved for seniors
who ire exhibiting that leader
ship ability deemed necessary
lor inture edarstion.
This year “Youth Day" has been
a pa; - of the ‘Student Council Ap
preciation Day" Teachers were
pi enter ‘ed carnations by the studant
i ties as all other activities.
The Initial member* of the
team are games High, Mice
Ethel Johnson. Miss Gloria
Hodge, Mlse Ruby Jones. Mal
colm Debnam, Vincent McCol
lugh, and Miss Dorothea Mc-
New members will be selected
from the 10th grade etch year to
mako up for students loss due to
Mr. Vbron Is assisted by Mr.
Howard Cunningham, also of tha
Social Studies department.
The practice of “Youth Day* has
bf-en a part of the student council
program alnce Ligon'a beginning In
All “teacher*” and “staff mem
ber*" met at the end of the day and
evaluated the day'* program This
information will be passed on to the
itudent council to aid It* planning
of next year * calendar. Observa
tion and critlciama wer# alao re
ceived by teacher*.
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Tha Capital City Group ot
Alcoholics Anonymuos. founded
In October ot 190, meet* each
Wednesday and Friday nights at
8 o ; lock at the Bloodworth St
YMCA. VIO S. Bloodworth St
All persons having . problems
with alcoholic beverages are In
vited to become affiliated with
this body. They will be wel
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