we've wow vmr eoctp i
BALLOT-BOX TiHOBU- «
Uwt rumi flag Em tomi of Ul> *
MtUn and Itor gtor i* Em '
f ir*rt round of whol Mold to a rig- j
nif leant »W«jr for dftifttot |«wn» 1
ment and a rmoadta mhUr»> j
turn and continuation at Em pro- I
graae made ow Iba paat fom '
years at Em Sanford administra
tion in Em Mawaf^dealtoM^wtar
or’Si oSSu* I taroSSS «5Sd
of oa And. let no stEam dt MW
lav and think la sast on our oars
to*o«Mo no haso pot to wwk
mnefc harder, tfeto than, to pat
an o«r gtopto and Mato a t tho
whtto ram to work to sat their
Monde to aao (he aaai ad ad at as
voting tosettMT for tho top man—
Mohaadaon Pi agar to win this
June I Tth all-important run-off
Altho thla la bring written Sun
day afternoon (flat) after Em
Mention which called far the run
elf, pan eon bet pour loot dollar
that fears win be an alliance mode
between tho Beverly Lake force*
and t|to Don Moore camp to have
LAJtitaa support Moore In an all
mad effort to defeat Richardson
mytr. Os eouree aome Lake sup
porter* will, undoubtedly go with
Judgo Prayer: but ite going to take
a lot of work to get enough of
then to maintain a winning laad
fgr tho as-federal jurist, which he
MUST hove If Tarheella U to keep
ApVAIfCINO toward Freedom and
PtJLL Pesnocracy and Citizenship.
Wl# you allow this Column to
toha o bow for leading you 100
pfr eent right on the four top
alktevlde candidates last week?
wtth Judge Preyer, Bob Scott,
Hemshihri we told you to “go"
Monk Crane and Edwin Lanier??
Wai. they all came In first, didn’t
they? Our suggestion about Msyne
Albright on the dlstrlot congrse
atOmal level lost with an excellent
race. And that Jingle about "Peek
op rear tags Harold Cooler" wag
Nbw let's get down to wash and
got opt the vote for Judge Prayer
and Mr. Scott
You folk who live where yes eon
register all-year 1 round need
Washington Junior High School
held Its annual Awards Day last
Thursday at 1:49 P. M. to EmeMmol
auditorium Mlm Caroiya Carter,
farmer student and prassot salute
toriaa es J. W. Upon Rife Oshesl
Renter Cl—, served as guest
speaker tar the eenasino. Speaking
from thp topic. ‘Tong-term Ooals
for a future Life," Mias Carter ad
meahhad tha stodswi body te ro
mtmbsr that si— ooo— only
when one “pis— Oed first, Oscides
upon a future gaaL acsspts both ad
vice and <rii ltla—sa. and strives hard
to attain tha hlM—t level at e
chievement." John Leak, praaidont
at the Student Coounoil. totrodue
ed the speaker. Mliaie was rendered
by the Choral Ena—bio.
Mrs. Martha DovMtoa. awards
day coordinator, presented tha fol
lowing award* to etudanta who
irvsrited than for Ota IMMt school
farm: Art—Rufus Richardson. De
borah Edward*, Spartan aship
Jama* Martin and Carolyn Ratcliff;
Raleigh Recraatton Daparmant
Football—Larry Harris: Citizen
ship Award* - Peggy Gilbert. Wil
lis Spence. Lorry Jonas, Dnisilla
Dunn. Wesley Dabnam P. T. A.
Scholarship given to the ninth
grad* girls and boys who have
maintained tha highaat average for
the year/ want to Phillip McCul
lough. Jo Anna Cannady and John
Leak Tha am trio captured the
The Induitrial Aria award was
wan by Billy Barnes. Tha Crtaco A
ward,, presentad ta an outstanding
student of Hama Economic*, want
ta Baggy Otlbart. Tha M L Smith
Award, presented to th# parson
making tha graataat advancement
in string music, want ta Michael
Dec Claudia laid and Jeaee Single
tary. members of grade seven and
eight, respectively, won St# coveted
J W Eaton Cttiaanahip Award.
James Miles, coach of the Butler
Bombers presented John Cannady,
a little leaguer, who awarded La*
land Jonas s trophy for tha “moat
valuable player " Bach member of
the championship team won a per
Athletic Service Award* were
made to the following members of
the “Green Hornets": Melvin Baker,
Milton Dolby. Prentice Poole. Jeeee
Singletary, Aredis Williams. Daniel
Beolstr. Larry Harris. Anthony Rat
cliff. James Stone. John Leak—sta
tistician. Willie Duell and rreddle
safety Patrol Awards were made
to Joeeph Me Lamb George Evans.
JuUua Branch. Hurbort Hayes.
Jadsoe Taylor. Alexander Martin.
Chdrtoa Jackaon and Otan Tomlin-
FORD SALES and
s ALLAN MIMS,
T—fli — B-8181
1 m TIMOBO BT
iocst moan. a a
Htonlhng if pou don't go toMnedl
atoty and right now to vote on
Jana 09. Many par— bare in
Rocky Mount and atoswhere, were
not roglrimod and oould not vote
Saturday when they pant to the
polls thinking bacouas there had
bean a new city registration they
not rooordad. Negroes should AL
WAYS (ftMcfc BEFORE EVERY
■artlm to am If their names are
atill ON THE BOOKS, ragardlsm
of how long Ewy have lived there
or how wsß they know “Mr.
Charlie" or "Mr. Smith”. Every
tone you hear about an election,
Remember your vote counts as
much a* the governor's or presi
dent's when properly used. Elder
J. E. Keys, a Greenville minister,
who works and rooms In Rocky
Mount, got up early and rode the
forty-three miles to his Oreenvllle
precinct, voted, visited his family
and was back in Rocky Mount at
his rim* E>op before nine am.
when many others wouldn't go to
tha Fira House five blocks away.
We congratulate Elder Key*.
BY MRS.,GOLDIE HARDY
PRINCETON Sunday School
began at Mt. Zion Church of Qod.
at 10:00 a m. with the superinten
dent. Deacon Walker Rawlins, pre
siding. Subject of the lesson was
“Th* Second Death." The lesson
was discussed by the class.
Mrs. Ooldle Hardy and sons. Al
vin and Eddie accompained Mrs.
Dottle Martin and children to visit
bar mother. Mrs. Beulah Jonas and
family of Rt. 2. Princeton Sunday
evening. Along with Mrs. Jones'
brother. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spruill
Os Goldsboro. Mrs. Jones, Mrs.
Martin and Mrs. Hardy visited
Garris Garvin and her mother and
Mrs Nancy Howell accompained
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Best to visit
bar pastor, Elder Lawrence Reid
Os Wilson, who Is now a patient
Od Mercy Hospital, and aJso at
tended service at Turner Swamp
VMaritive Baptist Church In Eu
rake. The pastor is Elder Abram
Kill of Wilson.
Ukm Brands Williams and Mas
tor Dwight Spruill were th* din
ner guests of Mrs. Beulah Jonas
and family Sunday.
Mias Pearl Reid visited her cou
sin Sunday evening.
Th* Girl Scouts of the Prince
ton Ora dad School held a oook-out
Saturday afternoon beginning at
1:00 p.m. and ending at 6:00 p m.
at Mrs. Ooldl* Hardy'* bouse. Par
helps ting In Em cook-out were
the foUowtow people:
Victoria Whitley. Laura Raw
lins, Theraaa Sutton, Patricia
Wall, Patricia MeCUln. Debra At
kinson. Owandotyn Taylor. Minnie
Retd, Hilda Atkinson. Janet Pal
son. And* Williams. Donnaam
Rouse, Otsnda Davis and Rom
Everyone aaasmhlsil at Em cook
out in very good spirits. Mr*. Nar
i dy grilled hot dogs and wc had an
. assort mar* of goodies, along with
i drinks. Tha drinks wars furnished
by the Princeton Oradsd School
PTA. The girts played a variety of
i gams* and sfeirsoead their gratt
. tuds to Mrs. Nancy Howell and
, Mrs. Ooldl* Hardy for such an
I enjoyable tuns. Both Mr*. Hardy
, and Mr*. Rhus enjoyed games with
. tha girls. All of th* girl scouts **-
. pressed thstr darira to attend
; camp at Clayton. N. C. tot June
By Mrs. Taaal* Rhus. Assis
BT MRS. LUCILLE CHAVIS
at Watu Chapel opaned at 10 a.m.
with Mr. Chester Datomm. Bupi.,
Slater Roea Burt waa the 11 :M
m svmm ter-
W m gut MMaaiool pasha
* r ®* | da't bo considered
M amusing today. Typical was
*e IMS. Colisowo whasa
L?* •eeriotors sal oa cold stem
The Coney Isiond Soor^relk^W^
in New York wet e step in o w*
mere pleosont direction, for , _•
decades, vacationers end m • tlf
ride an thrUl-onninute reilar-
More mods'*' end charming,
Wge9* into a fairy tale land of Gmger-
Br brood Cartage, end the Ota
r * f ***^" *****^
JM' 9L lond cement construction, o vsr*
a a_.i —_ ,_ m
BY MRS. LOUISE COLVIN
APEX Sunday being a fifth
Sunday, ail of the choirs and cho
ruses of Pint Baptist own *n du
ty at the I! o'clock worship serv
ice. with Mr. Lev dace Jonas di
recting them all. We were very
happy to welcome our pastor, the
Ray. W. T. Bigelow, back to his
pulpit after a week of conducting
a City-Wide Revival In Newton.
Mlasiahppi. Reports were that It
was a very successful occasion.
Rev W, M.
Phillips read the'
to us a aaaot fit
ting message. His
text was taken
from the Book of.
St. Matthew. 24:
14-24 verses. I
dripping with uu
were: Mrs. Man*
Jonas and chil-
»» - r ; m
' '' flp
dren of Aston. Vs., a member of
Hatchett Orave and Mr. Ausby
Horton, of nin« ii*
On Sunday at I p/n the Dorcas
Society of First Baptist Church
sponsored a musical program, the
Male Chants and a portion es the
Gospel Chorus combined with the
Junior Choir. Rev. W. M. Phillip*
and Mr. Oaorge Whlttsd rendered
th* ornate. The guest ringing
group was Em Gospel Rsvslattas
Ths crowning of th* May Oman
was Interesting. Mias Shirley Lytss
was srownod. as aha raised ths
most money. lI4JS. Eh* and bar
attendant. Rosaiyn Prim, both ra
eelved gifts. Mho Josalyn Man
gum and her attendant. Little
Sharon Lyles, raised 44J4 They
also racrtcad gifts. Th* total of
fering was 11944.
Ths whole community Is deeply
grieved over th* torrlM* oar ac
cident, Involving ris of our youths,
of this eommuaMy. AH rix tram
injured badly. Thar wars: Marvin
and RotMrt McNeil. Larry Farrar,
Ervin Huntar, and Cordell Janas.
We an daaply sorrowful that
Thomas Bullock, who never re
gained consciousness. (Usd Sunday
night. Punsral arrangements were
incomplete at the thus of this
Mrs. Mary Jones and children
have returned to Axton, V*., after
a two-waok* visit with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Cooper Hi Hews
BY KBNNRTK VTfm
CLAYTON—Tha first projects of
the William Mason Cooper High
School Agriculture Department
were exhibited and Judged by
Melvin Albright of R. B. Harrison
High School. Salma, and Ernest
Revacr of Sheppard High BchoooL
Zebulon. The projects were of va
rious types of wood works They
ranged from picture frames to huge
book eases. The workers had the
respect of their parents and
teachers and the principal.
One of the winners had this to
aay: “To succeed there must be
ambition and also patience," aays
There were placed by the judges
14 blue rlbbone, II rod ribbons and
II white ribbons, among feeaa wore
tbs following top winners: first
place winner. Leroy Kitchener;
second place winner. Charles Pries;
and third place winner. John Hin
ton. Prists (Ist. tnd. and Ird) were
given by On cal's Hardware hare In
Work was dona under the super
vision of J. H. Harris, agriculture
am qseaker. Rav A. K. Worthy as
Sanford was the 1:04 p.nv speaker.
Ws celebrated Woman’s Day at
Watts Chapel and had a vary good
The community la In sympathy
with the Kearny family over our
dear slater Miss BlUe Kearny Her
ltfa was snatched away from bar.
but Ood knows beat.
Little Timothy Wilson ealobrat
ad his 4th birthday on May S 3
with a birthday party on the lawn
st the home of his grandmother.
Mrs. Lucille Chavis, with twenty
five of his UMla friends. AH had
By Jay Bee Aytch
142 BTW GRADS HEAR
ROCKY MOUNT—IS 9 gradu
ating seniors racatvad their diplo
mas and BMm at tha agEuasncc
meat of the Booker T. Washing'
ton Senior High School. Randolph
D Amratrong. prtartpol lari week.
The Rev. Jama* A. Pashas Jr., de
li verad the address, yoking on
"The Sternal Flame of Vtoedom".
to kupnas upon the ywutba that
they must be wilting Is give un
stinttogly of thstr ham and tal
ents la achieve Em far-reaching
darira at mankind In Ms guest
tar freedom, which M —Bing Uka
* mighty wave all over the world.
Bar. Perbas traced tha thirst of
mm of all nations tor freedom
from th* tor outposts of African
junglos to our modern oouthern
(or northern) cities or hamlets:
and dselarad that youths of th*
world will no longer acquiesce in
th* complaeeney of Eaoee who
would bold bock boom— of bio
dark skin color, nor their elders
who art willing to accept it.
However, th* msskar warned
that people of color Mould no
longer be ashamed of ghyutoal at
tributes color, hair torture or
togal toaturm but get
totoLrattor thou oaufcad hair and
Em Uka. imitating ofeora In tbs
final analyse, Porbm —Mmriaad.
it wfll to Em Quality of Em work
randcrad rather than our toatuno
rtmatohr gate for aUnocEy group*
fug equality. (
Em ourtant trend of aaoral degen
eracy among youths and adulta
Particularly did to gMUdon aloo
hotom. vim. and NEionmty as h*
urged the nemority at living clean
Uves and earing Naan food to
Th* Rev. James H. Coeton,
Mt Plagah United Prwbytsrtaa
Church pastor, returned Priday
from the resent General Assembly
convention of Presbyterians USA
at Oklahoma City. Okla.
Mr. Coeton was present when
the first Oolorad man In ths ITO
-history of the ao-celled
"northern” Pranbytorlans was elec
ted moderator of the throe-million
member Integrated religious body.
The Rev. Elder Hawkins, minis
ter. St AuguNine U. P. Church,
Brooklyn. N. Y. was enthusiasti
cally received when elected—over
whelmingly, to the highest posi
tion at Em Church. Coofeen stated,
adding Hawkins has already re
ceived an invitation to meet with
the Vtope In Rome and to tour
Asia tn Em Interest of Christian
Ministerial student Russell E.
Ritchie, whose father is on the
staff at Duke University, will be
BT MBS. DOHA D. STROUD
ST. JAMBS A. M. E
METHOD—Youth Day was ob
served at Bt. James A. M. E.
Church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock and the moat wonderful
avant of anytime was enjoyed by
John Oliver Ooode was master
of ceremonies and he was very
good. Mm. Annie Stokes Arring
ton was meeker for the day and
Mm brought a short sweet mea
aaga which was grand The junior
choir sang so sweetly until our
vary souls ware happy as could be.
Evtryona on the program per
: formed beautifully.
Mrs. Sheene. Mrs. Harriet Tay
lor and Mrs. Blmbeth Ferguson
did the training. Mrs. Ferguson Is
the organist for the Junior choir.
Afternoon service was fine also.
Rev. Sister Mejorle Council from
Fayetteville was the guest speaker
and she, with her quartet of
young boys, rendered a good ser
At 7:10 p.m. Sunday. June 7th
the Tiny tots will have a Rainbow
Wadding at St James A. M. E.
Church. Corns and see the babies
of this oommunlty perform.
Try to give Rev. Harris your
presence Sunday morning if you
da not have other church Use.
Tour presence will be appreciated.
RAGLAN CHAPEL A M. E.
Rev. Shearea. ehotr and mem
bers worship each Ist Sunday at
Raglan Chapel A. M I church.
Rav. Shearea, tha pastor hea been
requested and has agreed to
preach on “Dry Bones" this Sun
day morning. Don’t miss this pow
erful message by a great preacher.
SERVICE AT I O’CLOCK JUNE 7
Mrs Lutorts Morgan will spon
sor a service Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Rev Sister Bessie Campbell will ha
the guest speaker Your coopera
tion Is requested. Mrs Morgan Is
president of group no, 4 si. James
A. M. K Church.
BERRY O'KELLY HIGH SCHOOL
Our high school eotaxi'iioemwit
waa Just lowly, from the annual
sermon by Rev Lao tha Debnam.
Class Day and graduation night.
We are extremely proud of all of
our graduates. When one core be
yond the hm of Just parsing the
required marks, wa are realty elat
Ann Oerter, daughter o: Mr. and
Mra Wilbert Carter. Royal street,
want far over the requirements.
She won State recognition. Was
on a TV program wr.h ail other
outstanding student* of tU races.
She also received s plaque of
honor from the state She sang a
solo and delivered the farewell ad
dress for graduation. Juniors, take
a cue from Ann and see how well
you can do In IM4-1963
VISITORS FROM D. &
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Perrtati
and friend motored down from
Washington, D C. over the week
end to aconmnany Mu* feggy
Parrish home. She has been st-
the mlnlotarlal **ririant at ML
Plagah United Presbyterian Church
this summer, according to Em Rev.
J. H. Coeton. minister. Ritchie will
serve tore June 2rd until Septem
Mr. Paul H Hailey, Career High
School instructor and thootostoal
student, gave the mw—g* at ML
Ptagata U. P. Church recently dur
ing the absence at Em Bar. J. EL
Coeton. wo was attending Em Gen
eral Assembly in Okie City.
Hailey warned that Christiana
and non-Christians must move
ahead and attack ths galnts at
sriflshncas and thank Ood for Ms
guidance If wc are to succeed tii
life. "We must mow timed of the
crowd, as Zaehsoua did when be
wanted to am Jesus. If we are to
obtain Em bettor things of Ufa and
do our toot for otton, Em speator
Hailey also warned againot the
riant* of social climbing or march
ing to Em tuna of the crowd*,
when we should listen for the tune
of the distant drum-rim la” which
herald vision* and progress—be
yond the grasp of the crowd.
Funeral rites ware mid Tuesday
for Mr*. Mattie Mae Anna**—
at Little Hope Baptist Church,
Rev Terrance V. Poster Sr., offici
ating. Imnudhte anrvlvori in
clude three eons, James Bari, Mom
aid Antonia Lswnoos-
Mr*. Addle Cherry Grant, retired
Edgecombe County and Rocky
Mount teacher, a native of Tar
boro. was buried loot weak from
the BL John A.M. E. Eton Church
Rev. D. L. BWcey. minister. Sur
viving am Em widowed husband.
Samuel Grant. Sr., and a son.
Mr*. Rachel Battle of Cantor
Street wae colled to Rolslgh last
week to attend the funeral at bar
sister. Mrs. Josephine Memento—
McMlohael. who passed following
a long period of illness. Other sur
vivors Include a eon, Otis MeMleh
ael: mother. Mrs. Rachel Ann
Cooper and three riders. Mas
dames Mattie Maseenburg, Mamie
Lewi* and Jennie Allen.
Dr. Prank A. Toliver, auparvtoer,
N. C. high school*, gave the com
mencement adfbwa* to the forty
graduate* of Carver High School.
Plnetops. S. A. Gilliam, principal.
Dr. Prank B. Weaver elementary
supervisor gave the annual ser
mon.. Mlm Bettye Jean Bynom
wae Em validletorian and cover
girl for the program and class
annual. Marvin E. Johnson was
Mlm Elmbeth J. Meeks, a rising
Junior student at Carver, has the
signal honor of being the only
student of either race to be ac
cepted for the Governor's School
of North Carolina • Winston-Se
em' June 10 to July 21. Her achie
vement was In mathematics. Her
teacher was Mrs. J. P. Burnette.
and will be a senior next year.
Mra and Mrs. Edward Curtis and
daughter. Rose Elaine Curtis, at
tended the commencement exer
cises at A*T College. Greensboro,
last Saturday to be present at the
graduation of Mr. Curtis’ nephew.
William Edward Davis. Jr., who
graduated with adegreeof
BE. In sociology and also gradu
ated as a Lieutenant In the United
States Areas Reserve. His parents
reside la BUtmore RlUs. here. They
are Mir. and Mrs. William R. Da-
HOME FROM COLLEGE
We are glad to have Miss Vir
ginia Smalls and her brother.
Clarence home from school Miss
Smalls attends NCC in Durham
and CAaiwnM attends school In 8.
Mra. Marlon Marriott had to be
hospitalised for a few days. We are
praying for her to soon be well
again. Others on the stek list are
doing fairly well.
Mr. and Mra Oaaton Pulley
spent tha weekend In Huntington.
Waat Virginia to attend tha musi
cal Radial of Mra LaleDe
Vaughan. They had a wonderful
GRADUATES FROM NURSERY
Little Jimmy N. Shearea. Jr., win
be a full first gradsr IM4-IMS.
having graduated with honors
from the Congregational Nuraery
Sohool. Ha waa a aototat tor the
imminsnssraart and alee recited a
division of the Psalms, and a very
Beverly, his sister thrilled the
audience with a long poem which
Hie moke vary welL Mra Sarah
Smith, tha writer and their par
ents witnessed the event
“It la easier to spread Joy than
to sow seeds of strife."
BT MISS MAE W. HOBSON
CART—Eighth Grade Recogni
tion Night was held at Cary Ele
mentary School s Gym tori um on ;
Thursday. May M at • p m.
Prooaaatonal. “Pomp and dr
oomatanos”: Sang. “Faith of Our j
Fathers”: Scripture. Harvey Wil
nos; Prayer. Bobby Pennington:
Glee Club. “Sash Ta Tha Lord”;
Welcome Address. Batty Battle:
“Wheel of Destiny”. Dorothy Lew
is: Glee Club. “One Ood": Clam
Evans: ~Beeond Spoke". MaryC.
History: “Pint Spoke”. Mary Ev
er*; -Second Spoke”. Mary
gpenee: “Third Spoke". Milton
BaUenttne: “Fourth Spoke” Hel
en Canady: "The Complete
Wheel”. Carole Taylor: Trio. "How
Great Thou Art”. Sbirieattua Da
vis. OroswT Chat and Edgar
Heater; dam ftan. Carole Wall:
Owed. Haywood Vinton: Glee
Club. "May The Goad Lord Mesa
And Keep You "
PLANE ETUPTAT ART
imsMto asUkUtow EL
ttaalMT CafiegT Graensliara
this (a*. .
win to Em destination of Drew H.
Brown, a North Carolina College
otudant. whan to departs July 1
j - i
DREW H. BROWN
to participate In the Experiment in
Brown, the son of Leßoy Brown
of Philadelphia. Pa., and the late
Mrs. Lillian G. Brown, will remain
In Tanganyika six weeks, living
with an African family and ob
serving community life and Af
The only student from NCC to
participate in the experiment.
Brown, a 22-year-old biology ma
jor, will begin his senior year at
the college In the fail semester.
An honor student, he is president
of the German Club, a member of
Beta Chi Honor Society,
and a charter member of Oroove
Phi Social Fellowship.
BY MRS. FLORENCE J. WYNN
UNION MEETING HELD
BENSON The Western Dis
ciple of Christ Sunday School
Union was held last week In Selma,
with Brother Ernest Elliot presid
ing. Rev. George Williams present
, sd the speaker, Rev. James L. Wil
i liamt. other pastors participating
i were. Rev. George Williams and
Rav. Robert Williams.
The Freewill Union meeting, was
held in Dunn, with Rev. Elliott pre
' siding- The speaker was Rev. Gus
1 McKoy. Rev. George Elliott, and
1 Rev. C. Smith. Others participating
1 were. Rev. A. Herring and Rev.
Community Mission Service was
’ held at SL James Disciple Church,
with Sister Lula Williams and Sis
ter Lessie Draughorn rendering the
1 devotion, and Rev. Robert Williams
delivering the message.
Adult Education program was
Kelly High School Method. 30-
eight awards: Girls—Betty Louis
Battle. Nancy Carol Ball. Linds
Joan Bun. Helen Marie Canady.
Sberleathia Davis. Hilda Grey
Dublin. Mary Elisabeth Evans An
nie Lue Jackson. Christine Jobn- (
son Do rot ay Lewis. Ida Mae
Mayo. Katharine Mitchell. Dar
lene Pierce. Mary Alice Spence.
’ Linda Lee Stevens. Carole Yvonne
Taylor, Carole Jean Wall, and
Sandra Faye Wright.
Boys—Milton Ballenttne. Jr..
Douglas Brown. John Clay. John
ny Clemmons. Jr.. Jesse Cotton.
Oratory W. Crowe. David Evans.
Donald Evans. Ronald Evans. Ed
gar Heater. David Hinton. Wilbert
Hooker. Jr.. Bobby Pennington. Le
roy Keith. Danny Pierce. Alvin
1 Reaves. La von Scott. Leon Stat
! ten. Haywood Vinston and Harvie
Class Motto: “More Beyond’
l Colors Pink and Green. Flower
Class Song: “Wa are Coming.”
(tune “Old Black Joe”) Remarks
by Mr E. F Rayford. PHnetpal
Prom Berry OKeUey High. Pa
tricia Ferrell. Judith Hall. Gall
Evans, and Raymond Paige and
from Cary Senior High (white)
and girls. eOaellyttofu
Congratulationst to heae girls
TO THE GRADUATES
“There’s only one corner of the
universe you can be certain of im
proving. and that's your own self.
So you have to begin there, not
outside, not on others people That
afterwards, when rou>e
SAirifig. N. C~ SATURDAY, JUNE L 1994
Ligon Releases Name
Carolyn Carter has been en
ounced as salutorian of toe J. W.
I "BubbU” Sunsuit
I for Bobiot*
" r s
Baby girl’s sunsuit in a bubble
silhouette in soft, stretchable
terry doth fabric is a feature in
Carter's Km es infante* wear
for Summer, 1964. Part of the
“stretchable softies’’ group,
which includes separate tops
and bottoms, this style combines
solid and striped stretch terry in
yellow or pink and white.
The white yoke looks nautical
with two embroidered stars. Tbs
group comas in on* size only
whicn fits infants 6 mos. to 18
mo*, old. Weight range is 16-24
pounds. Retail pries is $3. Other
garments in the group come in
blue and white stripes, as well.
held with a devotional, recitation
by, Mrs. Bessie Fairly and Mrs.
Pearl Oates, solo by Mr. Jack Fair
ly. Statements by Mr. Joel Johnson
and Mr. Hurbert Langston. Re
marks by Mr. K. L. Hamilton. Cer
tificates were awarded, refresh
ments were served. Mr. K. L.
Hamilton who la principal of the
school had a very successful erm.
Parents and students were very
pleased with the way he cooperated
with everyone. We are looking for
a better term next year. We praf
the parents and tealhers will strive
better in 1965. we have enjoyed
working with the falulty and stu
Vacation Bible School is being
held this week at the First Baptist
Church. Commencement Exercises
were held at Forest Hill High
School in Four Oaks. Monday night.
And at Harnett High in Dunn,
At Harnett High School. Ihe clas--
motto: “Today We Follow; To
morrow We Lead " Valedictorian.
Miss Della Dafford. Co-Salutato
rians. Miss Linda Ruffin and Mr.
WORID'S FAIR WOKDEW
steel and revolutionary new
welding techniques mode this
$5 million ride ond many
other World's fair Wonders
Then v : sit the Tow* r es light, with i*s
168 a'uminum-clod welded prijms.
like an inverted crystalline chandelier r
surrounded by a glimmering pool es HHMH
light, the Tcwer has three slender
welded pylons, 1 20 feet high, soaring ’ J-/
lastly^ ride to ;IL
servotioe tower. The highest j fsld
point ot the New York World's fig ! uj.J l 1 L ; H if®* ffn U
Foir, the top of the welded .JI i !! II >|||; >j|l ;■
tower, unfolds a breothtoklng ' Q Bj : l' ' l : ! 'PB ’■
panoramic view of the ertire IH' Msß I|i jjMLLjtj
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iEOLEY OISTIUINO COMPANY, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY
Ligon High School class at 1M
students. Miss Carter, whose par
ents Mr. and Mrs C. M. Carter ire
teachers, plan to enter Himpton In
stitute in September and major >r
she maintained a ft?
24 average for her four year* o
high school study at Ligon.
The petite scholar was quite ac
five in the schools extra-curricuk
program also. She belonged to th<
National Honor Society, the Mt
Alpha Theta. Tri-Hi-Y Club, Oftic
Staff and Orchestra.
She also sings in he church choi
of the Davie Street United Presby
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check your figures.
First in War
Our friendly, loving house pets,
that bark at an approaching
stranger to ward off the unde
sirables are a big change from
their armor clad ancestors. But
th* business of protection is not
new for th*
nine, says dog
of the Purina
Pet Care Cen
of the earliest dog soldier is not
known. History tells us that the
Gauls used packs of dogs, weir
ing armor covered with sharp
spikes and trained them to run
among the enemy inflicting
The armor fclad greyhounds of
Cyrus of Thymbria are credited
with winning a victory over Aly
attes of Lydia - who never sal
lied fortli without his dogs again.
Napoleon once wrote the com
mander of his troops, warning
him that “You should have a
large quantity of dogs which can
be posted in front of your forti
Charles V held up his war dogs
to his troops as examples of cou r
age and loyalty. The 400 dogs
accompanied English troops sent
by King Henry VIII to help
rharles in his war with France.
Later, the Spanish king kept the
tl< - and sent the soldiers home.
Warfare has diminished the
dogs role as a combatant but
increased his importance as a
messenger, stout and sentry.