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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, May 15, 1947, Image 5

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ifjHS OFFICERS
ARE INSTALLED
[tudents Take Oath Of
Office In Morning
Session Yesterday
Student body officers for the
ffjjng year in New Hanover High
LJ] were installed yesterday
orning in the high schoo) audi
',;urn by members of the gradu
studerit government body,
jjiss Sara Kay Jodran, presi
, installed Malcolm Crawford
' president of the student body
1 |947-48. and Miss Catherine
Jve< vice-president of the stu
:o. was elected to succeed
?s Winifred Harriss.
gss Jordan' re-installed Miss
!emary Sweeny and Jimmy
°eleton. elected for the second
passive year as director of
b activities and director of fi
1 c respectively. She gave Miss
any the point system box and
ngleton received the key to the
1 school store.
jjyS Mariam Anderson installed
Ufifi STOPS
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IF PRETTY GIRLS
tfOULD ONLY TELL!
Many would say, "My
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ular DAILY complex
ion care with fra-a
-rant, mildly medi-I
-ated Cuticura Soap and ^ 'J
(dstment." Used by thousands of
lovely women for 65 years. Buy
Cuticura at your druggist’s today.
Miss Catherine McRae to succeed
her as clerk of the executive coun
cil and gave as her symbol, a
staff and bottle of ink.
Billy McEachern installed George
Kirkpatrick as director of elec
tions for the coming year and pre
sented him with a ballot box as
his symbol. ■
Robert Melton installed Blanty
-Lee as chief marshall and as a
symbol gave him the rules and
regulations of the high school.
Miss Marilyn Goodman, social
director, gave to her successor
Billy Quarles, an arm band as
her symbol.
Miss Ruth Burnett was awarded
a $10 check as winner of the high
school seal contest which was
sponsored by the local high school.
Seventy-five certificates . were
given to the students that did out
standing work for the year and
who did not receive credit by
Principal T. T. Hamilton Jr..
Miss Winifred Harriss, vice-pres
ident of the student body, read a
summary of the student legisla
ture minutes for the 1946-47 school
term.
The newly elected officers will
take office next year and the of
ficers of this year will reign for
the remainder of the school term.
NHHS SCRIBBLERS CLUB
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
Members of the New Hanover
High school Scribbler’s club will
meet this morning at 8:50 o’clock
in the Scribblers clubroom at the
high school to elect officers for
the coming year, it was announced
yesterday by Miss Sybil Tanner,
president.
The club officers for 1947-48 will
have to be rising seniors and they
will inaugurate new members into
the club next year.
Officers of the club fog this year
are Miss Sybil Tanner, president;
Miss Catherine LeGwin, vice-pres
ident; Miss Barbara Canady, sec
retary and treasurer; Miss Ruth
Edwards, program chairman;
Miss Shirley Berger, scribe; and
Mrs. Burrow Smith, advisor.
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Carolina Beach Slated
To Get New Bus Station
■___ __
Terminal To Be Construct
ed At Estimated Cost
Of $50,000
(Special To The Star)
CAROLINA BEACH, May 14. —
With the announcement today by
Hal J. Love, Wilmington manager
of the Queen City Coach company
that the long hard fought battle for
a bus terminal at Carolina Beach
had finally been won, a dream
came true for this popular re
sort. .
The bus terminal which has been
estimated will cost about $50,000
will be started immediately, ac
cording to Love, on a plot which
has been in possession of the com
pany for several years.
' The new terminal will be con
PENNSYLVANIA MAN
FACES CHARGES OF
CHAINING DAUGHTER
MEADVILLE, Pa., May 14. — (JP)
— Charles Mehalko, 45, of Mead
ville was free on bail today after
pleading innocent to charges he
chained his 20-year-old daughter to
a chair in her room for two days
to prevent her from eloping.
L. P. Stauss, Crawford county
detective, said the girl. Mary, a
Zipper company employe, was
found in her bedroom, bound to a
chair with dog chains. He said she
was badly bruised, apparently from
beatings.
The girl ottered to post the $500
bail for her father after his arraign
ment yesterday but Mehalko refus
ed, putting it up himself.
Calvin H. Pickens, assistant coun
ty detective, quoted her saying her
father had never mistreated her
before but that he had a “bad
temper.”
Mehalko will be given a hearing
Friday.
SALE OF 2 LIBERTY
SHIPS HALTED HERE
The sale of two Liberty ships,
the S. S. John B. Kendrick and
the S. S. Howard Grey, sched
uled for the Italian government,
was halted yesterday for un
known reasons, it was learned
here.
It was indicated that the two
ships, now resting in the Reserve
Fleet basin, would depart from
Wilmington next week, under tow
for Charleston, to be drydocked
and made ready for sea.
The ships were sold at this port,
but transactions were suspended.
When the transactions are com
pleted, Italian crews will board
the vessel at Charleston, it was
learned.
structed across state highway 421,
opposite the present site for bus
loading and unloading operations.
It will be of masonry construction,
modern and fireproof throughout,
hove stated.
The Queen City manager said
permission, which has been sought
from the Civilian Production Ad
ministration for the past three
years, has been granted, Love an
'need.
TRAINING SCHOOL
LS ANNOUNCED
Service Station Attendants
To Be Offered
Classes
A training program r personnel
of automobile service stations will
be conducted at the Community
Center, Second and Orange sts.,
during the week of June 2 — 6, it
was announced yesterday. ’ .
Four similar classes will be held
each day, in order to make it pos
*ible to accomodate more person
nel and to enable operators to at
tend one class each day for six
days, at the most convenient time
for him.
The classes are o{>en to all per
sonnel of service stations and those
wishing to attend should register
before May 29. The course is free
of charge, except for a registration
fee of 50 cents per perso*. Regis
tration blanks are being prepared
at the Chamber of Commerce, and
will be made available upon re
quest.
The four one-hour classes during
the day will begin at 9:15 a. m.,
10:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m., and 3 p. m’
W. G. Slattery, representative of
the Distributive Iducation Service
of the North Carolina Department
of public instruction, will conduct
the classes, which are being spon
sored by that department in co
operation with the New Hanover
Service Station Operators issocia
tion and the Wilmington Chamber
of Commerce.
This program will be the third in
a series conducted bv Slattery, the
two previous being held for store
personnel. Those attending the
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