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relatives and friends for the help and
comfort shown during his illness and
leath of their father
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DUNN’S ESSO STATION—SO 2 S Blood
worth St Phona TE 2-9498
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Carl William Gartrell. de
ceased, late of Wake County. North
Carolina, this Is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate cf
aaid deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 9 Lincoln Terrace. Ra
eligh. N. C., on or before the 14th day
of November. 1964, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to the estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 15th day of May, 1964.
LAURA G. MILLIKEN AND
LUTHER R. GARTRELL, Executors
F. J. CARNAGE, Attorney
May 23. 30: June 6. 13. 1964.
For Ml*. May 25. 1964 at f* p m
Plac«: Acme Auto Service. 529 South
Blount St., Raleigh, N. C. for me
chanic's lien and storage.
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1*35 Mercury, serial No. 555L33705M
1*55 Chevrolet, serial No. 855A067552
1*67 Bulek, serial No. 6D5022007.
1*53 Cadillac, serial No. 536233688.
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May 35. 30; June 6, 13, 1964.
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ENGAGEMENT TOLD— Mrs.
Maggie Wllktau of Wilmington
announce* the engagement of
her daughter, Mary, above, to
Mr. Livingstone Lovely. Gary,
Indiana, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Junius Lovely, of Cary. Indiana.
Mis* Mary Wilkins' father was
the late Mr. Robert W ilkins. The
wedding'is planned for June 28.
2:M p.m.. in the Emmanuel
Baptist Church. Brooklyn, New
York. Miss Wilkins is a 1957
graduate of Williston Senior
High School and presently is
employed at a cosmetic labora
tory in Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr-
Lovely is a '57 graduate of Wil
llkton High School of Indiana
Boy Scout Camp W hispering
fines Will Open On June 14
Around 100 scouts weekly are
expected to fill Camp Whispering
Pines for three weeks starting Sun
day, June 14.
The camp will open at 2:00 p. m.
and close at 10.00 a. m. on Satur
day of each week.
According to the Rev. D. N. How
ard. Camp Director, the first two
weeks of reservations are full.
Some 50 scouts are needed for the
Miss Valerie Maye Entertains
St. Monica’s Prospective Grads
On Friday, May 29. Valerie L.
Maye entertained some of her
friends who are prospective gradu
ates of St. Monica's School at the
Y. M. C. A. The honorees were Es
ther Beyer, Deborah Lane, Brenda
Peebles. Sarah Sansom, Vivian Lo
gan, and Edwin Worth. Ester Marie
Delany and Janet Howard of Ligon
School were honored also. The ep
tire seventh and eighth grades at
Saint Monica's School shared in
the fun. Upon arrival, each honor
ed guest was presented a corsage
of pink carnations by the hostess.
The building was decorated
throughout with pink flowers. Hie
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"TOPS" AT AttT COLLEGE Min Alletrsy Witter, Bet
haven, and Rumsey Helms, Bassett, Ve., were elected at AhT as
“Miss AtsT” and president of the AhT Collets Student Govern
ment, respectively, in campus-wide student elections for the 1964-
65 school year.
BACCALAUREATE SPEAKER Dr. Matthew G. Carter,
right, assistant director, Association Press, National Board <rf the
Young Men's Christian Association, New York City, who last
week delivered the baccalaureate sermon at AMT College, talks
with Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy, AMT president.
Howard said that scouts from tha
12-county Occoneechee Council will
be attending the camp.
Each Wednesday of camp will be
visiting day. Parents and triendi of
scouting are invited to coma,
bring a picnic basket and enjoy tha
special program which opens with
a water show at 3:30 p. m. and
closet with a “Campfire,” starting
at 8:00 P. M.
refreshment table, which waa pre
sided over by Mrs. Roaa Worth.
Mrs. Bermadean Bailey and Mn. J.
A. Boyer, was covered with a pink
cloth and pink candlee were a
round. Hit refreshments consisted
of an assortment of sandwiches,
cookies and punch. The guest book
which was done up in pink was
preaided over by Edith Horton.
Throughout the evening the group
enjoyed games and dancing.
Souvenir* of pink baskets filled
with nuts and candy were given to
each guest by Mrs. Rosa Worth as
they left. Good-bys ware said by
Mrs. Joseph H. Maye. mother of the
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CAMPUS BALLOTING North Carolina College students are shown voting in the recent
all-campus elections for next year’s student leaden. At stake were otticee in the Student Govern
ment Association, the editorship of the campus paper, “The Echo,” and the coveted title ot “Miss
North Carolina College.”
Ligon’s Valedictorian Recieves
Award From The Ford Foundation
BY RICHMOND STEWART
Diann White, the valedictorian of
tha senior class at the J. W. Ligon
High School, has been presented the
highest single scholarship award
ever received by a Ligon student
when she received a Ford Founda
tion Grant to attend Vanderbilt U*
niversity in Nashville. Tennessee.
Miss White, an honor student
since entering Ligon four years a
go. will receive approximately
$11,000,000 in scholarship funds that
will cover all of her expenses at
the University as well as travel ex
penses. for four years.
The alert scholar, one of nine
children bom to Mr. and Mra. Syl
vester White, has an insatiable
thlrtt for knowledge that could not
easily be quenched. She began her
school training early by attending
Tuttle Community Center. ShefgM
attended fbhool at Lucille Hunter
and so impressed the faculty that
she was awarded an Honor Foil
certificate at the end of her first
year. This certificate exemplified
her auccees at acquiring the knowl
edge •he so much desired.
As time passed, she continued to
receive honors for scholastic ac
chievement. for her musical talent
on the clarinet, and for her per
sonality and character.
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Miss White began her journey
through Ligon High School In Sep
tember of 1900. She was recognised
there many times for her scholastic
achievements and was awardsd a
medal for maintaining the highest
scholastic average in har grad*.
Consequently it became a common
thing to see Dianne Fayger White
walk acrosa the Ligon stage on A
wards Day to receive her coveted
class valedictorian award. She
maintained a 92.82 average for 3 1-2
years of high school.
Her school career was filled with
numerous extra-curricular activi
ties. During her school earear aha
has been a member of tha follow
ing organizations and dlgplayed
leadership in them: Studteff Coun
cil, Marching Band, Teen-tops. Jr.
Red Cross volunteer* Ligon Choral
Society. Opera Hnaeanble, Girl
Scouts of America, library Club,
National Honor Society, Mu Alpha
Theta-Jr. Mathematics Society.
In the summer of 1962, Dianne at
tended the National Senior Girl
Scout Roundup at Button Bay, Ver
mont, and was among the ten thou
sand scouts and leaders who attend
ed this camping session.
In the summer of 1963, she at
tended the Summer Science Insti
tute at Bennett Collage in Greens
boro, North Carolina.
IRia summer sht plans to enrich
her life by a pending more time in
•HE GOT HER MEN
ST LOUIS <ANP>— An unidenti
fied little old tody saw three men
Addling with a pad lock on tha
door of a supermarket. Curious,
she waited until they broke open
the lock, and entered the store.
Then ahe got out of her cer. walk
ed over to the store and snapped
a padlock of har own onto the door,
locking in the three men She then
called police. The baffled burglars
Anally broke out the window and
fled, Into tha arms of the police. *
A. A. meetings
The Capital City Group of
Aleoholics Anonymuos, founded
In October of 1963, meats each
Wednesday and Friday nights at
8 o'clock at the Bloodworth St
XMCA. 600 8. Bloodworth St.
All persona having problems
with alcoholic beverages are in
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