Justice 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 day. 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 afternoon. 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 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overton attended the Ayscue- Finch family reunion at the Ingle side Community Building Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wicks were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duke from Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Engagement Announced FRANCINE DENTON 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 planned. 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. Louisburg 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 terest. 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 liiu All members are urged to attend. T i-QJ ,.,l ,V " 1 ? *1 Mr.Grad Speaks To FHS PTA (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 High. "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 April. Mr. Boling announced that the PTA would sponsor the Halloween Carnival. Mrs. George Kearney and Mrs. Lena Daniels will serve as co-chairmen. 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. WACCAMAW ? Ballvia ? CklAliri ? Clarktan ? Dunn ? Filrnint ? Kt?a?i?IHl lilt WKciMtw ? L eland ? Ltuisburf ? LiakirtM Mombor Fwtonl D?po*tt Imuranc* Corporation _ Engagement Announced BARBARA JEAN ELLIS 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 thirteenth. Youngsville 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 morning: 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. Birth 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 unit. 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 MRS JOHNSON f work. 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 burg. Birth 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 Franklinton. Altove ail. your wedding reflertH you. down to the smallest detail. When ip 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 ments. 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