A Town Appreciative Os Its Citizens, Their Patronage
A Recent Grad Prefers
Hampton To Duke Univ.
Cto. a resident of Parmele, and a
lIM graduate at th* East End High
•thobl has selected Hampton In
state to do further martriculation
tEr higher edueatMMl achievement
ifias Carr, a brilßtiM fIHWIIH)
Ms mere than a ddse* MtamtMfs
add could have (Handed Virtually
ahy college of her desire. She turn
ed down a four-year scholarship
dfterdd her by Duke University,
dbrjsam, and selected to study at
iflss Carr will be studying in the
*B*B of science at Hampton Insti
tute, Hampton, Virginia. Perhaps it
Mould be pointed out that this
jHuilg lady comes from a very bril
liant family. She has sisters who
dPs tedchdrs and nurses. While in
MgS .school. Miss Carr served as
MeSident of the Studeht Body and
Mid other important student poei
tlgas yet maintained a brilliant ace-
Hampton Institute is a co-educa-
Honal college for promising gradu
ates Os accredited secondary
ggho&S. Hampton hat recently built
perh ips the most modern communi
cations cCnter in America. College
dtuddnts and graduates from all
dVef the South have come to visit
Hampton’* new communicaions
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CAROIIMAN Thanks The Merchants And Citizens Os Robersonville For Their Patronage
The principal. Mr. N. E. Slade
has asked the parents of the Rotor
sonville community te keep stu
dents in school unless absolutely
necamary to keep them out
ROBEKSONVTMJC—for the past
two summers, the RobersonvUle
Recreation Program has been under
the supervision of Mr. N. B. JoneS,
assistant principal of the East End
High School. Mr. Jones is a grad
uate of Shaw Univrsity and holds
a Masters Degree from North Caro
lina College at Durham.
Jones has reported to The
CAROLINIAN that they have had
a very improv'd recreational pro
gram this summer. More than dne
hundred boys and girls reported to
the recreational canter daily thii
summer, he reports.
Games of a wide vSfiefy wdM
played at the center this SUIMMf.
The older boys playM NgMWB,
table tennis, softbalk badminton
while the younger children pferrf
bingo, toe ball and solv'd puaeMS.
It would interest thd dUftidi unity
SlM* UntWHy’S facuMy-staff
prf-Schoo! ddnferdfiCS wiU Wgfft dfl
September 8, in the Campus Inn.
The conference theme will be “Rais
in! Our Sights and Our Standards .”
The opening session will begin
Tuesday morning, September 8, at
9:30 a m. with Dr. Jamea E. Cheek,
president dt the university presid
ing. New faatDty «d naff wam-
Bern WiU be gftoMd Md IMfSBuySS
By. ftesiddtrt Chart. and Vmtr
sity officiate will explain the admin
istrative and academic organiza
tional structure to them. Dr.-Cheek
will address the group at the after
Panel discussions will be held as
follows: Wednesday morning. Sep
tember 9. 9:30-12:30. theme: “The
Future of the Predominantly Negrd
Private College in Attempting to
Raise its Sight* and its Standards."
Discussion points and participants
sre 1. Financial Support. Dr. Leon
C. Riddick. Director of Develoo
ment and Public Relation*: 8. At
traction of Outstanding Students,
Mrs. Martha Wheeler, registrar; 3.
Development of a. Competent and
Effective Faculty. L. H Cook, act
ing Wean of the colleee; 4. The Crea
floA Os an Image of Excellence. Dr.
IVVane. chairman. of
ffom 1:30-3:30 p.m. AM fhdtfld:
"toward a Definition of Lftofdl
Alls Eduddttor Will be dtoefirti*
tor panel #drtlfldo*ts as fellow* 1
fie Rdio aod fundtkm at Canara!
Edneatiort m Dm literal Arts Ct#.
titotom. the fever end M w w.
FtdfWM. SaMeiate dfdfassor of ftu-
MAMEto: i f(M Edtponslbility of
fto fddtlffy M I tfbettlt Arts Cot.
Mie lee ♦«#<** fdoeation. Mrs.
WffM J»m. IfjWMfo nrdfrMOf of
MtMdfMft: #. I*4 Guidelines for
rit**i*fn*v * fttffeyentiafed Cue.
rieuium tor Studdr iU Vtfyirtg
AfcDKMd. Mi*.. VifftfiM Jfdtvdfl, as
addfdtd Mefdiddf st mOmstm
Chari* Edbeew. tmmM prafrarar
St Mafdfy wilt frtdidd dtdr ffidsd
(ted pgnai. • ;
thhrSddy. BsftmßSt W. ©t
Jsmst *. Hlttrtten W«l Pjeaidd ovd#
Dm dttWtoton* Bn thd ttohM "Cut
riculum Planning and Revision."
University officials will point out
tht role and re.spori'ibility of Die
admnistration in planning a cur-
Mufcim. Odd th« r«M irtd fddfdddi-
Mlity of toe acad-ffiitf dHrltioi*
fSa tfMme for ffcbrdday dj&er-
Mdd «i be “The FtttUid Os Etow
Umi versify." President Cheek will
discuss the Academic Program. The
Financial feedUreds. Th? Physical
Plant, the Student Persdrtndl Ear
The ddDfiMnce will to etfntfluded
Thursday evening with a general
discussion and Dean L. H. Cook will
4-H Club Is
mtrial eomfllitted M the Battle*™
CMMKtfMty Itet W«dh « Uta
4-ff tdudatidddl dftd fteteitidMl
ggMar M Ba4tld»6r9. Xd Boetfice
jfaittdM, PMdtdd*. *T«Mddd d*W
"tm »SpU MM Wi.
SrvTte nSM»S U m
club member! and dttdutf (hd te
fbf adult* «toliin not nad te ap
portunity to compute the art of
redding and writing.
Rev. Judaon King, auperinten
dant of the Franklinton Center
Chriatian Institute, of Bricka, led
an inspiring discussion on the tm
tmum «f parental support la a
shaagHtf tAd cdtepM* tote*.
X*? membeirawbe Jouted
the ergantoatton are aa
fallows: Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
A* r dJ! > !oua Brunowick stew
waa served, fsOewuig the
to know that a modern Tennis
Court la in the making for another
year. With the average work week
a MSe ever StfVtete to
mm fa fee Margate tea far raa-
SSL *«*»«■,*< ****** *;
tjfgfd |# ■Hrjllif IM
■ tiil—na reer—tton. “An Idle
mifid tt OM devil's work shop"
The attitude of both parents and
ttThaa bean df « faMivt tear#
•ad Mr. date la looking forward
ITB A mar «a open a maga
stna for wkkk yen ara a aibacrlber
and te find • WdiirtßSM dte
Dr. Boyer Releases Appointments
To St. Augustine’s Faculty, Staff
fir. Hum A. Mbst. prtmetM at
Saint Augustine’s College, has an
nounced the appointment of the
following persons to the faculty and
staff of the college for the 1984-85
Dr. EmiUe C Fonsworth. protes
ter at physical sciences and mathe-
MOUcs. Dr. Fansworth fields «M
AA ddffda Dim Wfldy ColMtfd.
MS Om Celdfddo Dtetd and PHD.
degree from Orambling College,
Dr. L. W. Oliver, professor of his
tory and political science, received
the A3, degree from Miles Col
lege. the M. A. degree and the Ph.D.
ddffde from Indiana Uni*dni«y.
Dt Gino L. Rizzo, part-tifod ftd
tmm of Frdrteh. 6f. Dmso fdSdNk
dd Dm a b 4tjtm teem U*o Mar.
,cd Polo in Venice, and the Ph.o.
degree from the University of Pa
A single check for (290,698 was
delivered to the Wake County tad
offiee last vrSSk by Carolina Powdf
add Ll#bt Camssy. in payment of
tht cdiKpdnyii MM property MM
id Wake County Odd Raleigh,
fie paytosiD (deludes SIM,-
411 fir DM ddddiy and *74.m
for ADaifh, dddirdlng to Bay.
700 Students Expected:
99th Academic Year At
Shaw Btains Sept. 10
ffie Nifldfy-mmtM KSStSMS Y Ht
will begin at Shaw University on
Thursday, September 10. The pro
jected enrollment for the school
year is 700. with 300 mew »ludei,U>
T'UitLUi t. ku, dun if Uu-
Dento. has aimaMteud Die irked
ala as fraaEEMg arMatoura *a
MDatvai Ttraraday. iMpteiHker
M. at tiSS pat s awvM wDt to
siAiM itk ntniriiif 9nilHitlPUt
BIHVWn 111 UrWmBM /liaiiEi imui,
Friday, scgMMtoi If, as Ms
UE JtoBM 3 CBSSk. Meat.
Sara as stow ttaivSNtty. l#•
toss H. Cobk, dean es the rdl
lege and Mias Shirley Mom
(Miss Bhtw> will extend greet
ings te th* newcomers.
Uittverffty official* will Motors
M the naw students during MMnto*
Don <m tha procedures and faalit
tie* st Dm UMtiwlton. The fresh
men social. Sponsored by Did Stu
dent Council, will take piece Sat
urday. September if, at 8:00 pm.
ib Spaulding Gymnasium.
Sunday. SapterttMT If. at 11:00
B.M. in University ChUfch. the
Daverend Jaines AMxSflder, Ufti
DURHAM - Twaftty-faur faculty
members, fourteen viaiting teach
ers, and nine other employees will
join the North Carolina College
administration, faculty and staff lor
tha 1964-85 school yedf. President
Samuel p. Massie iiMfluiieed yee
In addition to appoint**** died#
earlier, new personnel havs been
named to the dapdfMWflte
biology, economic*, Ertgliih. beeitn
education. hon>4 economic!* ftu—t
physics, and rbiftirtH lAftgue! i!
well as several admin and
non -academic urtltt dl Ihe edllefe.
Faculty membara ara Iha hmaw
ing: Robert F, Kennedy, erti ft M.
s. Asia. Mrs. Jean Boyer, and Mr*
Caroline H. Tuete, biology; Key*
mond A, Mallet, economics; Ben
jamin M. Lifson, Mrs. Martha R
Lilson. Miss Christie W. McCoy,
and Samuel R. Shumaker. English;
Mrs. Mildred O. Page, health edu
Dr. Jean O. Cooper, Mrs. Ruth
H. Johnson, and Mrs. Muriel B-
Llevaay, home economics; Robert
Rafstnw, Mrs. Helen F. OilUatt,
and Mrs. Dorothy J Kitten, moato;
Miss Ethel Harvey and Paul T.
Sikora. physic*; Miss Monique
Bras, Eugene EgAsesFfrr? Margaret
W. Janas, Rtert J. V*?***?'
dttuurt Meltzer, add Dt. Margaret
t Wsttsner. romance language*
Vsiting teachers are W. E. Cun
ntotent Latin. William A, Marsh,
Mrs. Uzsie Craws, Herbert Gray.
Murray J. MarvWt, and Uddsey
Merritt, commerce; William Ray
Marty, political science; Jamea W.
Clay, geography; Mrs. Elisabeth
OaMmM madwniatiea) Mrs Judith
ftoter and Mrs. CUaaMth Chan
iatt saetology; John Daiaaii and
ten 6. Byrd, law; add Manual
A. Herrera. Spanish.
HaW addikiHlfiin « pefSo«a«l are
Willie L. Bryant ragiatrsr,»and Dr.
Jamas X. Thomas, part-time physi
Other etddMyaa* are Miss Augua
assistants; Mrs CUytaa H. Watson,
dormitory supervisor. BemeU
Janas accountant; Mrs Mae McMil
lan add MB* PfcptUd Hawkins stan-
dua in Ms. fit. Rid«d la foWDMd
professor of romance languages at
the University of North Carolina to
Earl R. Edwards, assistant profit
sor of history. Ha holds the A3,
degree and the MA. degree Worn
and^s I deridflMMNMMdy MWwd
the FI D. ddgfoe dt Em UnJWM
of North Cetdfina.
Edgar E. fucker, assistant profts*
sor of history and social sudies. Mr.
Tucker received Die A3, degree
from Dayton University, the M 3,
degree from Howard University and
is a candidate for the Ph-D. degree
at Howard UnivdNNF-
Jack V BiggaM, dollagaorganift
and kMfmMdr St Stock:. Ut MM
the S.lWns. ddd M.tfug dagradl ffdto
the University of tlMdtt. Mr, fitg
gers has done further study if By
mend (new, CFAL district
tosnsger. The city’s total la ep
18.448 and the county’s up 11.-
(89 ever 19*3.
CPALs total property tax pdf.
dMntt M Ddrth CdrtDMd DMs yddf
wDI amount id sBdM D million
ODMr levies wtD push Ml pdymdMu
of dll taxes to dfedut «M fMUIM.
vartity Muttatar wDt dattvar a m*
tag* m Dm atudasM
Registration for all naw KudSftte
will begin on Monday. September
14. al 6.30 a.m.
Freshman Mldnt night UMM
Monday, September 14. at BKW p.m.
id Orednieif Auditorium.
men trill togtn at BM Mb, Era
alar eta** wart trtE bagto as
Hf|i«|agag Iff. At
' MS *.«.
Th# opening aaaamMy Ist EM
198445 tohool year Wlfl h# IMld
on Friday, September 18, at 12:00
noon in Greenleaf Auditorium with
President Cheek presiding.
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ROBERSONVILLE, N. C.
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Roberson ville, N. C.
RED FRONT AND ADKINS
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Ph. 795-4161 Ph. 795-4911
Old And Naw Friends Are Invited
To Sell With U»
Char He A Jim Grey, 8r„ Robert Adkins,
Jack Sharp A J. E. Gray, Preps.
Robertonville, N. C.
Howard L. Burchetts, instructor
of art. Mr. Burchetts received the
35. and M 3, degree* from AET
College in Greensboro. Ho hat done
further study at New York Uni
On P. Chadha, instructor as
-I-.*- —.*— m» fcoMa BA
EMM EM MMM StM
nology, and tbo UA dagrta from
th* University at Worth Caroline
in Chapel HUL
Mrs. Barbara Grtsaom. Instructor
at English. Mrs. Grttoom received
the A3, degree from Albany State
Collega m* EM MA. degree tram
North CaVoEdd College at Durham.
MME H Lorn tort, Instructor of
BSfMI (Wdddraw Wilson Teaching
IdfofsT Mr. Ladbort holds the BA.
degree from Bard College, the MA.
degree from Yale, and la new can
didate for Dio PhD degree from
A Hon L. Royster, tnrtroetor at
health and physical education. Mr.
Royster received th* 33 degree
from Florida AAM University, and
th* MS: degree tram Kansas State
Th* Reverend Edwin E. Smith.
gSßdfa chaplain and Instructor of
pEDdMpEf- H* holds Dm 83. da
grad Eddl the University of Illinois
dnd Dm fi.D. degree from Seebury
Wdatern Episcopal Theological-Sem
UMff. FdtEar Smith it alao candi-
DIM Ah' Em S T M. dagra* at Sat-
ThdEM Roundtree la return-1
iflf I* IMF pgDEon at instructor of
English attar « year’s sheenco.
Several members of the faculty
will to on leave this year studying
toward doctoral degrees. They are
Lawerenc* Gould, wRg WiU study
St th* University St NSMMya*t*
in th* area of maDMMMEM, dames
F. Wise will ala* SBtO It EM Uni
versify of PaMWhmm M EM arm
at art, and Mm Am*M MNMatU
studying in DM MW m SBSOSHtf.
Robert A ErtlDMy, aMMMM fro
feasor of EntfiA ha* haaa gfamed
an IBM FifttfOTlSllS ttfßugh the
Mums Dagra CMMga fmi to pur-
AUtf ddfltffsf duflflf fhc i"-
gomMg year al DM uswarwty of
GRIMES DRUG CO.
WEeti Tag Raid MiitogtMß
Cill Uftort U« To ff*9 Yd«l
ROBERSONVILLE, N. C.
East End Alumna OfKl 1
Blind School Faculty 1
MMe Chance la the ctoMD Might
*r at Mr. and Mrs LttrtNS DhM
who MHMrty lived tnfMWMMjMa
da gMdMClad from NM Caraiina
COOS st Durham, E jM, MM.
Amt lour tear* off stMMIM wifi,
Mtes Chance tocided Mfratot at
tentively this summer M lWadWi
her experience and MtMT ejtME
herself tor the now gattttm Ma
will to holding this iafeaD NJ.
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The Robersonville Chamber
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MR farmer bring your tobacco
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Enjoy the New and Expanded Recre
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Swimming Club Ooif Am. its the Plamiiiljl
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Atlanta. Georgia. '
Mr. N. W. Made, principal, apA
DM member* of the East find. HlgE
School faculty are very - arooi am
(Ms young lady’s a
«MlaMlevements of their other
M Mr returning from Mr (raogM.i
»chana» spent aemral fayd.
Ear awat Mrs. Canto
•as, wEa mMn tn RetoraoovUl*.
WHEN AIASUE follgncludtog
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