North Carolina Newspapers

Miss Pamela Harris from
Virginia Beach, Va. and Mr.
Byron Harris from Ports
mouth, Va. were at home for
the weekend with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Brown and children from Ral
eigh came Sunday for the
Mr. Kenny Baker from
Carolina Beach was a week
end guest in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Garden.
Mrs. MiybeUe Wheiess,
Mrs. Joseph Perry and Mrs.
Howard Garden visited Mr.
and Mrs. Carl McGregor and
daughter Karla in Rocky
Mount Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickie
Broome from Raleigh spent
Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. George L. Broome and
had lunch Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Archie L<ong.
Miss Shirley Perry spent
the weekend in Raleigh with
her brother Mr. Jerry Perry
and visited Mrs. Perry who
was in the hospital.
Mrs. John B. Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Dishmon
from La Crosse, Va. visited
Mrs. Vera S. White Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Walker
from Durham visited in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Wicks Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Whe
less and girls, Ann and Fran,
attended homecoming at Bes
semer Methodist Church in
Greensboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Onnie
Bowden visited Mrs. Dorothy
Norris and girls at Butner
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overton
attended the Ayscue- Finch
family reunion at the Ingle
side Community Building
Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Wicks were: Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Duke from
Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Denton of Raleigh announce the
engagement of their daughter. Franeine, to Stephen C. Macon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Macon of Raleigh. Miss Denton
is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Finch and Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Denton of Louisburg. A February 8th wedding is
Staton and boys and Mr. and
Mrs. Kearney Bowden from
Rocky Mount and Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Sykes from
Spring Hope.
Mr. Mark Hayes visited Mr.
and Mrs. Hilten Quinn and
children. Dawn, Shelley and
Michael at Greenville Mon
day. Mrs. Quinn is Mr. Hayes
daughter, Joy Ann.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyd and
daughter Wanda from Butner
visited Mr. and Mrs. Vester
Earp Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Nina Coates Freeman
visited the Peace College
Campus, Raleigh, Wednesday
to participate in the Loyalty
Fund Drive. She will serve as
1960 class agent. L
John Strickland returned
Monday night From a trip to
Florida with friends. They
toured Florida, visiting
Miami, Key West, St. Augus
tine and other places of in
ALA To Meet
Mrs. W. M. Wynne, presi
dent, announced today that
the October meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary
will be held on Friday night,
October 3rd, at 7:30 p.m.. at
the home of Mrs. N. D. Med
All members are urged to
T i-QJ ,.,l ,V " 1 ? *1
Mr.Grad Speaks
(Frk. B.W.) Mr. Carl Grad,
principal of Franklinton High
School, was the fMtured
speaker at the meeting of the
local Parent Teachers Anocia
tion Tuesday evening in the
school auditorium.
Introduced by Mrs. R. C.
Whitfield, program chairman,
Mr. Crad spoke about Innova
tions in the high school. He
referred to the plant as a new
school because of the many
changes. Classrooms have
been moved in order to have
a new atmosphere.
The high school is now
comprised of grades six
through twelve. Even the
sixth, seventh and eighth
graders change classes just
like the high school students.
Signs in the hall indicate the
need for a pass in order to go
through the halls during a
class period. Students, who
do not abide by the rules and
regulations, are sent to Deten
tion Hall. Mr. Grad remarked j
that the rules might be rigid
but they work. The students
have responded to the
changes made at Franklinton
"The meals in the cafeteria
have improved," remarked
the principal. In closing, Mr.
Grad stressed the tact that he
was having less problems than
he had as a teacher last year
Mr. Howard Boling, presi
dent, presided over the meet
ing which opened with the
praying of The Lord's Prayer.
The membership approved
three meeting of the PTA
during the year with meetings
in September, November and
Mr. Boling announced that
the PTA would sponsor the
Halloween Carnival. Mrs.
George Kearney and Mrs.
Lena Daniels will serve as
Mr. Grad introduced the
members of the faculty after
which room count was taken.
Mr. Q'Neal's room won first
place while Mias Lassiter's
room won second place in the
attendance count.
A social hour, in the cafe
teria, concluded the meeting.
Serving Eastern Carolina's Land of Golden Opportunity
The Farmer's Real Friend
It's a Waccamaw Double 5 Guaranty Golden Passbook Savings Account, the place to
pat your money when crops are sold, bills are paid, and there is $500 or more left
over to start a savings account. Here's why: Double S Guaranty savings accounts
draw 5% intereit ? and both your original deposit and all subsequent deposits each
carry that guaranteed 5% interest rate, compounded quarterly, for 5 years ahead,
each time! Waccamaw's Double S Guaranty: first in the country.
? Ballvia ? CklAliri ?
Clarktan ? Dunn ? Filrnint ? Kt?a?i?IHl
lilt WKciMtw ? L eland ? Ltuisburf ? LiakirtM
Mombor Fwtonl D?po*tt Imuranc* Corporation _
Mrs. Olga D. Ellis of Rt. 2,
Louisburg announce the en
gagement of her daughter,
Barbara Jean, to Mr, Robert
Cole Atwater, son of Mrs. H.
L Atwater of Durham, N. C.
The wedding is planned for
October 18, 1968 at the
Louisburg College Chapel,
Louisburg. N. C.
Scout News
Youngsville - The Brownie
Scout Troop of Youngsville,
sponsored by the Woman's
Club, has now organized for a
new year under the leadership
of Mrs. Wesley Murphy and
Mrs. J. R. Sanders. They will
be meeting each Monday
afternoon after school at the
Girl Scout Hut.
At the meeting held this
week officers were elected as
follows: President, Charlotte
Wood lief; Vice President,
Angela Woodlief; Secretary,
Angela Murphy; and Treasur
er. And! Lindsey. In order to
create continuing interest in
leadership, new officers will
be elected about every two
months during the scout year.
Other Brownies enrolled
thus far are Diane Shadrack,
Faye Catlett, Karen Sanders,
Pam Faulkner, Lisa Cfcsh,
Kim Jo Timberlake, Tammy
Perry, Alice Shadrack.
Brownies are working on
the Brownie Scout Promise
and other scout plant in pre
paration for an Investitute
Service to be held on October
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moss
were in Lynchburg, Va. Sa
turday to visit their son Jlm
mie Moa at Virginia Episco
pal School, and tbey attended
a football game. Rob Under
wood went with them.
Debbie Brown was home
from Lenoir Community Col
lege for the weekend.
Franklin Mem.
Hospital Notes
The following patients
were in the hospital Thursday
PATIENTS: Clarence Bai
ley, Louisburg; Mary Lou
Battle, Franklinton; Dora K.
Blake, Louisburg; Mary 0.
Brown, Louisburg, Melissa
Bullock, Franklinton; James
A. Burgess, Louisburg: Hill
man J. Cash, Louisburg;
Mandy W. Collins, Louisburg;
Allen C. Daniels, Castalia; Ma
bel H. Driver. Louisburg; Eu
gene G. Foster. Louisburg;
Angela D. Gay, Kittrell; Sarah
M. Green, Franklinton; Zebu
Ion V. Harrell. Louisburg;
Baker Harrison. Louisburg;
Kathryn A. Henry. Louis
burg; Linda P. Jordan. Frank
linton; Eurma P. Joyner,
Bunn; John Kearney, Louis
burg; Nettie M. Lineberry,
Louisburg; Edna M. Loftin.
Louisburg; Jonathan Mc
Knight. Bunn; Burta McNeil,
Louisburg; Sandra J. Macon,
Wake Forest; Eula B. Mur
phy, Zebulon; Jackie B. Par
rish, Louisburg; Tollie M. Per
netl, Louisburg; Edward Per
son, Louisburg; Annie E.
Powers, Youngsville; Annie
W. Privette, Franklinton;
James A. Ray, Zebulon; W.
R. Richards. Sr.. Youngsville;
Bertha H. Robertson, Hollis
ter; Lindy 1. Ross. Louisburg;
Clyde H. Swanson, Louis
burg; Margaret Talley, Frank
linton; Sadie M. Tant, Louis
burg; Dorothy C. Terrell,
Louisburg; Maylon E. Wat
kins, Louisburg; Donnell
Wortham, Louisburg; Robert
Wright, Louisburg; Carol M.
Yarborough, Louisburg; W.
Howard Hawkins, Warrenton;
Jane S. Pearce, Castalia; Lil
lian Earl Raynor, Louisburg.
Atty Davis
To Discuss
Wills & Laws
Mr. Charles Davis, local
attorney, will discuss WiUs
and Inheritance Laws in the
auditorium of the Agriculture
Building Monday night, Octo
ber 6, 1969 at 7:30 P.M.
This is a special interest
meeting planned through the
Home makers Clubs, says Mrs.
Bernice S. Harris. Associate
Home Economics Extension
Agent. It is open to the pub
lic. Because of construction,
pleaae use the back door.
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neal
of Franklinton announce the
birth of a son Friday. Sep
tember 26, at Wake Memory'
Hospital in Raleigh.
Mrs. Johnson Appointed
Central Unit Worker
Mrs. Margaret Huggin
Johnson has been appointed
Social Worker for the Central
Unit of John Umstead Hos
pital at Butner, North Caro
lina. The appointment as an
nounced by Charles Auman,
Director of Social Services,
became effective September
1, 1969.
Mrs. Johnson will provide
social services for the resi
dents of Alamance, Chatham,
Orange and Person counties
who are admitted to the hos
pital. She will also work
closely with the families and
communities served by the
Until her recent appoint
ment, she had been Super
visor of the Department of
Social Services for Franklin
County since 1967. She was
employed at John Umstead
Hospital in Release Planning
on the Convalescent House
from 1962-1967. X
A native of Gaffney,
South Carolina, Mrs. Johnson
is a graduate of Gaffney High
School and received the A.B.
degree from Limestone Col
lege. She has also studied at
Meredith College in Raleigh
and at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
She is a member of the
United Methodist Church in
Louisburg, N. C. and enjoys
sewing^ knitting and crewel
She is married to R. Lee
Johnson of Gaffney. They
have one daughter, Mary Lee,
now Mrs. William R. Rose, of
Athens, Georgia.
Mrs. Johnson and her hus
band are residents of Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bridges
announce the birth of ?
daughter. Melkaa Carol, Wed
nesday, September 24, at
Maria Parham Hospital In
Henderson. Mrs. Bridges is
the former Paye Mitchell of
Altove ail. your wedding reflertH you.
down to the smallest detail. When
choosing the bridal stationery for your wed
ding needs, let our services guide you.
The FrajifeHn Times
1970 Caprice.
A lot of cars cost more.
But few if any are really that much more car.
Which explains why more and more of the smart money
it coming to Caprice.
Look what you get:
A big substantial 18-foot-long prestige car with a new
330-cubic-inch V8 engine, power disc brakes. Astro Ven
tilation, wheel covers, deep twist carpeting, posh appoint
A remarkably roomy car, with a ride so smooth and
silent you'll fee(.ljke Mr. Big himself
Tell you wnat, thtnugh >
If you absolutely insist on ? more expensive car, we
won't stand in your way.
Co ahead and order air conditioning Order stereo.
Order tinted glass, power windows, 6-way power seat,
our new Headlight Delay system.
Your Chevrolet dealer will
happily help.
See him real soon.
Putting you first, keeps us first. On tht IMW>
If you spend
more for a car,
you must want to spend
more for a car.

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view