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HHLstationed in the Alaskan
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Exercise Sweetbriar is a controlled
training exercise under Arctic condi
tions being conducted jointly by Unit
ed States and Canadian Forces in Yu
kon territory and in Alaska.
During the Arctic manuevers the
449th is serving as a,part of the “Ag
gressor Force” which has theoretically
“invaded” Alaska and is marching
down the Alaska Highway towards
Canada and the United States. A joint
The life earnings of the average college graduate are three
times those of the average grammar school graduate, al
most double those of typical high school graduates. A
recent survey revealed that most of the best paid jobs,
those paying $5,000 and up, are held by people with from
one to four years of college education. It was pointed out,
THE CHOWAN HERALD EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY,’ FEBRUARY 28, 1960
U. S.-Canadian Force, effectively
trained in arctic survival and battle
methods, is attempting to push the
“Aggressor Force” out of the terri
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Conger, Jr., a daughter, Ruth Bond
Conger, Saturday morning, February
18 at Chowan Hospital. The newcomer
tipped the scales at five pounds and
too, that the permanent, secure jobs, as well as the higher
paid jobs, usually go to college educated persons.
Facts like these serve to underline the opportunity of
fered in Colonial’s Scholarship Contest. Here is a tre
mendous incentive for everybody to enter, to improve his
own future or that of someone dear to him.
Colored School Nears
Quota To Buy Bus
According to D. F. Walker, princi
pal of the Bdenton colored high school,
$1,698.97 has been received in way
of contributions for the purchase of
an activity bus for the school. The
goal is $3,612.00.
Principal Walker graciously ac
knowledges receipt of the money giv
en by friends and extends his apore
1. Get the official contest entry blank
I at any Colonial Store. Come often, enter
I often! It 1 * free—you don’t spend a cent!
I All entries ant st bo made on this blank
f 2. Write a letter on the entry blank,
f using either of these two subjects:
f (1) WHY A YOUNG MAN OR
F WOMAN SHOULD HAVE A
' COLLEGE EDUCATION or
(2) WHAT COLONIAL STORES CAN
DO TO MAKE YOUR SHOPPING
2. Sign your name and address and
mail it to the Scholarship Contest Editor,
Colonial Stores, at the address shown on
the contest blank. Send as many entries
as you wish.
4, Decision of the judges will be finaL
In cate of ties, duplicate prizes will be
OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANKS FRff AT ALL COLONIAL STORES J
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Throughout the Southeast, the Colonial Stores’
scholarship offer is being hailed the greatest
educational opportunity ever presented in the
South. Sixty scholarships, ranging from $2,500
to $250 will be distributed in Georgia*, Vir
ginia, North and South Carolina. In addition,
30 sets of Encyclopedia Britannica and 210
Parker 51 Pen-and-Pencil Sets will go to resi
dents of this area.
In announcing the scholarships, Scott W.
Allen, president of Colonial Stores, said: "This
section will prosper and succeed in direct pro
portion as its people increase their skills and
knowledge through higher education. Our
scholarship plan is designed to benefit the area
in which Colonial Stores operate.”
Basis of awards will be a letter written on one of the two subjects:
(1) "WHY A YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN SHOULD HAVE A COL
LEGE EDUCATION,” OR
(2) "WHAT COLONIAL STORES CAN DO TO MAKE YOUR SHOP
PING MORE ENJOYABLE.”
There is no limit to the number of entries each person may submit. Each entry
must be made on die official contest blank, obtainable FREE at any Colonial
Store —no purchase required.
* Randolph, Barbour and Houston Counties in Alabama, and Leon County
Florida included with Georgia
TO SELECT THE WINNERS 1
A well known college or university in each state has been appointed to judge the
entries submitted in that state.
It was strongly emphasized that neither expert writing nor grammatical cor
rectness will be required. The judges will search, rather, for letters that are
concise, original and sincere.
Winners may select any college within the four-state area.
The contest opens February 23rd and closes on March 31, 1950. All entries
must be postmarked on or before midnight, March 31, 1950.
Announcement of winners will be made in Colonial Stores newspaper adver
tisements and in all Colonial Stores on or about April 13, 1950, and the cash
scholarships and other prizes awarded immediately thereafter.
awarded. Only one award to any one
person, and all entries become the prop
erty of Colonial Stores.
5. Entries will be judged on the basis
of sincerity, originality and brevity.
6. All entries must be postmarked on i
or before midnight, March 31, 1950. /
7. Contest open to all residents of U
Georgia, North Carolina, South Car- /
olina, Virginia, the counties of Ran- ■
dolph, Barbour and Houston in Ala- fe
bama and Leon County in Florida, fp
excepting Colonial Stores employ- «
CCS, its advertising agency, and j p?
their families. Kg
2. Winners will be announced /
in Colonial Stores’ advertise- Jf|p
meats and in all Colonial Stores
about April 13,1950, and awards ISlip
made Immediately thereafter.
ciation for the contributions at this
very critical period. He is hopeful
that enough friends will rally to the
cause to realize the goail and the ac
quisition of the much-needed bus.
Members of the Wesleyan Guild of
the Methodist Church are now selling
subscriptions to the Holland magazine.
Anyone interested in subscribing to
the magazine should contact any mem
ber of the Guild.
AT YOUR BARN
WITH NEW SHELLER
EARL G. HARRELL
Phones 66 and 419-J
EDENTON, N. C.