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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, October 20, 1946, SECTION-A, Image 3

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COMMUNITY chest
WORKERS TO MEET
Group To Be Addressed By
James E. Gheen At Ses
sion Monday Night
j-j reports of the success of
)tl/-947 Community Chest drive
,ynn, 204 will be turned in by
kPV' workers in the campaign at
:njtial report meeting tomor
,, rot in St. Paul’s Lutheran
]■ )\i.
srlFh house, L. E. Woodbury,
chairman, said last night,
jaii-cs E. Gheen, who spoke at
, 942 Chamber of Commerce
r,ee-j - g here, will be the principal
fp'-xker at ,ile supper session,
V, i o :b ■ y added.
The Chest chairman said he ex
(c.er) in enthusiastic meeting, as
c ion leaders were keyed to fever
each trying to surpass their
rjurna by a greater margin than
tl.;,r fc-liow workers.
■ the kick-off banquet, E. L.
chairman of the Advance
q.[.f seebon tsst.eo a challenge to
l; \ Marks, arc N. D. Latta.
nlher section leaders. White said
hi’5 workers would go over the top
b,' 3 larger margin than the other
.potions. Both Marks and Lat
ti accepted the challenge, -and we
5,3ii,] hair a fire-cracker meet
.... ' Woodbury opined.
WOOuDury uigcu A J
turn m as many reports as pos
5 u,!e to headquarters in the Tide
tvatf: building, before 5:30 o'clock
Monday afternoon. Late reports
rrav be brought to the meeting, he
said.
Commencing on Gheen. who will
be introduced by Elliott O’Neal, one
0f :-r drive workers, Woodbury
said the featured speaker has ad
dressed audiences in 43 states, and
in 8r5 cities and towns.
Gheen has been described as a
business man wi*h a sense of hu
mor. Woodbury said, adding that
the speaker’s background of news
paper experience, plus 15 years in
the s eel business, and acting as
secretary of five Chambers of Com
Chest Speaker
JAMES E. GHEEN
merce from New York to Florida,
makes him esoeciaily adept at pre
senting interesting and appealing
programs to listeners.
The report meeting, first of
three, is complimentary, beng
sponsored bv a small group of Wil
mington citizens, at no cost to the
Chest, the campaign chairman
said, adding that he wished to ex
press his persona] thanks to the
voluntary sponsors.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
WILL HOLD INSTITUTE
_
CHAPEL HILL. Oct. 19.— UP) —
The North Carolina Association of
Certified Public Accountants will
hold its annual institute next
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
with sessions being held at the
University of North Carolina here
and Duke university in Durham.
Allen E. Stroud of Greensboro is
president.
Speakers at the symposium will
include Joseph B. Cooper, assistant
comptroller of the Tennessee Coal,
Iron, and Railway Co.. Birming
ham, Ala., and John B. Intlis, a
partner in Price, Waterhouse com
pany. New York.
HIGH SCHOOL PTA
TO HOLD MEETING
Students Of High School
Are Engaging In Mem
bership Drive
A meeting of the Parent-Teachers
association of New Hanover High
school will be held Tuesday night.
Oct. 22, at 7:45 o’clock, in the
school building, Walter Cartier,
publicist of the group, said last
night.
Students of the institution have
been engaging in a membership
drive during ^he past week with a I
prize of a party to be given the
home room bringing in the great
est number of new members, Car
tier sid.
| me program win taae on me
I air of a “parents go-to-school 1
night.” It will include:
Devotional by the Rev. Edgar ,
E. Fisher, pastor of Trinity Meth
odist church, followed by a ren- :
dition of the school's choral group j
under the leadership of Miss Mary
Henri Wolfe.
T. T. Hamilton, Jr., principal,
will deliver an address of wel
come after which three short talks
will portray the purposes and plans
of parent-student-teachers council
ing.
Mrs. J. A. Scott, president of
the group, will speak for the par
ents; Mrs. Ruth Warren for the
faculty, and Miss Patty Souther
land for the students.
An announcement of the mem
bership drive will be given by J. D.
Farmer, chairman and an assign
ment to parents by Mrs. H. R.
Corbett, vice-president of the as
sociation. Rewards, recognitions
and refreshments will follow in the
cafeteria.
Cartier said last night that ad
ditional meetings will be held each
quarter during the school term.
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