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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 4, 1952
Meadow School Opens Today
This is September. Oft with a
good start the Meadom P. T. A.
meets Wednesday night, September
10th, at 8:00 o’clock in the Meadow
School Auditorium, prior to the
opening of school on Thursday,
September 11th.
Right at the beginning of the
school years 1952-’53 your P. T. A.
president, Mrs. Joe Hudson, wants
to re-echo the Meadow P. T. A.
greetings to 1952 members, and re
inforce it with a hearty welcome
to all of the parents, friends and
faculty members of Meadow School
District. Mrs. Hudson, with her dy
namic leadership ability, brings a
bid to enter the new school year
with eagerness, urges to have bet
ter relationships between the home,
community and school. Mr. C. C.
Barefoot, vice-president. Miss Helen
Barnes, secretary. Mr. Nelson New
ton, treasurer, will help -the pres
ident to put pep and zeal in the
organization.
Delicious refreshments will be
served by the home ecenomics
teacher, Mrs. Flora Fish, at the
close of the meeting. This will
give the teachers and parents a
chance to meet with each other and
money wise •fashion wise i
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our outstanding values in our complete i/i* . want to pay
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mi Buy on lay-away
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assortment of the latest fall
colors and styles. Juniors,
Misses, Womens and Vz
sizes.
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H and complete line of Red Cross and
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discuss different problems of in
terest to them.
Meadow School will open o n
Thursday morning, September Ith,
at 8:30 o’clock. Parents and friends
of the school are invited Thursday
morning at 9:00 o’clock to attend
chapel in the school auditorium.
School will take in at 8:00 o’clock
and be dismissed at 1:10 o’clock
for a few weeks in order for the
children to help to harvest the
crops, and to help keep them in
school.
A few of the objectives of the
school this year are: equipping the
lunch room; tables for the class
rooms, beautifying the school cam
pus - side walks, front lawn and
shrubbery; and testing program
grades 1-12.
G. W. Harriett, principal of Mea
dow School, urges all students to
enroll the first day of school. All
beginning students for the first
grade will have to be six years old
by October Ist, The youngsters will
be expected to bring with them
the first day of school their im
munization and birth certificates.
There are three new departments
in Meadow School this school year.
| Public school music in the elemen- ]
i tary grades will be headed by Miss i:
, | Beatrice D. Hamilton of Clear Wa
ter, Florida. Vocational home econ- I
| ; omics, for the first time in Meadow :.
, School, headed by Mrs. Flora Fish i
I of Angier. N. C. Miss Margaret
Watt. Richmond, Va„ who has had ;
; special training in guidance at the
; University of Aichmond this sum- j
, mer will give part of her time to !
. guidance.
i There will be a few’ changes in j
the high school curriculum this j
i year. Chemistry will be offered in , 1
! the place of physics. Guidance and
shorthand will be offered. Physical
■ j education will be required of all
I j freshmen. Coach Frederick Johnson
i j of Portsmouth, Va., letter man of \
■ William and Mary College, will be
j in charge of the physical education 1
> j department of Meadow School.
1 I The bus drivers will meet at the j
; Smithfield School on Tuesday, Sep-
I tember 9th, at 10.00 o'clock fori
I a short meeting. After the meeting
i the boys and gsrls will receive |
■ their buses. The bus routes for 1
. the Meadow School are about the,
i same as last year. The bus drivers
.'are: Curtiss Wood, Margaret Par- 1
FALL
DRESSES 0\
Hundreds of new |J
Fall Dresses re- *
ceived this week, J
Many, Many Nat- Jmam If
ionally advertised f / \
Brands—Wide self- a* \
ections in Juniors ommm. \
Missel.,
$19.95
DUNN, N. C. FORMERLY FLEISHMAN'S DUNN, N. C.
THE DAILY RECORD, DUNN. N, C
ker, Arbie Lee Wilks, Clark Lee,
Bobby Utley Gerald Denning, Alice
Marie Langston, J. L. Barefoot.
Sherill Tart, Junior Tart, Charles
Adams, Billy Hood and Max Lee.
We have fourteen new teachers
at our school this year. These
teachers are highly recommended
\ for their work. The new teachers
in high school are Robert W. Can
-1 nady. Dunn. N. C, social studies
and Frederick M. Johnson, Ports
i mouth, Va.. coach and physical edu
cation. The new elementary teach
ers are as follows: Miss Margaret
Sink, Lexington, N. C„ Mr. Les
ter Jones, Dunn, N. C„ and Mrs
| Mary H. Hannon, Benson, N. C,
:Bth grade: Miss Ellinor Lane ol
Elizabeth City, N. C„ 7th grade;
Mrs. Flossie V. Knott, Wendell, N.
jC„ sixth grade; Mrs. Peggy Can
j nady, Dunn, N, C„ and Miss Es
-1 sie Hood, Vale, N. C, sth grade;
j Mrs. Marguerite Jones, Smithfield,
N. C„ 4th grade; Miss Lucy Pru
| itt. Coats, N. C„ and Miss Myrtle
E. Bailey, Selma. N. C„ 3rd grade;
j Mrs. Frances A. Leggett, Fairmont,
N. C„ 2nd grade; and Miss Bea
-1 trice D. Hamilton, Clear Water,
Up For Trial
Robert (Bob) Porter, self-styl
| ed radio parson was among the
j missing defendants when super
ior court opened this week in
Lillington.
Porter was to go on trial for
assault with intent to commit rape
on Miss Ina Mae Wood, young
Erwin teenager. Probable cause
bad been found against Porter
first in Recorder’s Court, then
when the case was later tried
in Superior court it ended in a
mistrial due to the death of
Judge Floyd Taylor, father of the
defendant’s lawyer, A. R. Taylor
who could not finish the case.
Taylor told the court he was
sorry to say he had heard noth
ing from Porter and had no
idea where he was. He only knew
the announcer was not in North
Carolina.
Judge Sharp immediately or
dered a capias issued for the
missing man.
Others on the missing list
were Allen Newton, charged with
larceny, and Robert McNeill, ac-
I fused of larceny and speeding.
McNeill was the Buies Creek.
Negro who quietly took his leave
from the courtroom on May 23
where he was awaiting trial and
disappeared before officers could
overtake him.
Florida, public school music.
The teachers who are returning
from laat year’s faculty are as
follows: G. W. Harriett, principal:
Mrs. Faye Jackson. Science: Mrs.
Ruby Stewaflt, English,-French;
Miss Margaret Watt. English-Guid
ance; Mrs. Thelma Smith. English;
E. G. Gibson. Mathematics; Mrs.
Flora Fish. Vocational Home Econ
omics; Robert E. Wheless, Agricul
ture; Mrs. Kate Wiggins and Miss
Doris Thomas, 7th grade: Mrs. An
ne Lee D. Allen and Miss Hazel
: Futrell, 6th grade; Mrs. Mary W.
j Flowers, sth grade; Mrs. Ernestine
I Jones and Mrs. Elizabeth Denning,
f 4th grade; Mrs. Vida Wood, 3rd
| grade; Miss Sarah Wellons and Mrs.
Esther M. Parker. 2nd grade; Miss
i Madeline Trear, Mrs. Julia P. Har
-1 riett and Mrs. Mary C. Lawhon.
Ist grade; and Mrs. Irene White,
piano.
This school year we want Mea
i dow School to broaden the exper
iences of the children by field
trips, excursions, visual aids and
other resources of the community
and school. To work toward and
develop a better 'relationship of
the school, home and community
is our first objective this year. Let
i us start this new school year with
a bang, and have a good ope.
Pi
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School Shoes j
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Teen Taftle Tales
By LINDA AYCOCK
Fall is just around the corner.
Soon the leaves will turn red and
yellow and be more beautiful than
ever. And school is starting. Every
one has decided to be glad for it’s
got to happen sooner or later.
Everyone is traveling over North
Carolina and Virginia, shopping for
clothes suitable for school in ole
Dunn High. Margaret Lee Naylor
and Virginia Vann seemed to be
pretty well stocked up on the new
clothes. They have traveled and
bought everywhere between Raleigh
and Fayetteville. But I think the
most exciting wardrobe will be that
of Emma Rogers Tyler. She is now
getting ready for the Annual Deb
utante Ball. She will have many
dresses and suits to select and then
her ball gown. In her new and
good looking clothes and with her
sweet personality. I know Rogie will
wow them all.
Even tho the storm warning was
alerted along the Carolina coast,
we still had two parties heading for
the beach last weekend. Laney
Hodges and Louise Brown headed
that way Saturday afternoon and
report a wonderful time although
the wind and water were terribly
rough.
Emmett Aldredge and his em
-1 ployees headed for Southport to
go deep sea fishing Saturday after
, noon. As you know Charles Johnson
was in the group and was also
I very disappointed, as was the whole
group, when they received news that
j no boats were to leave the harbor,
j They returned early Sunday mor-
I ning with long faces, but I hope
that in the near future these men
may be able to attempt it once
again.
Another sure sign that fall is on
the way is band pracj.ioe The
Dunn Hi Band started practicing
Monday morning in order to be
prepared for the opening of school
Wednesday morning, for which we
played and the first bail game Fri-
I dav night. We welcomed several
! new members this year and are
1 looking forward to having more
join us during the coming year. The
| uniforms have been issued and of
• f icers will be elected sometime this
j week. Also we have much new mus
ic, marches and concert pieces. I
hope you all like to hear us as
much as we like to play for you.
The Turlington’s have returned
from Washington, D. C„ where they
visited most of August. Virginia
and Everett really turned the city
and surroundings upside down while
their mother’s eyes were slued to
the television. Now they are ex
| pecting one for their household
j Great expectations! Everett said
I the capital is just as interesting
: as ever and that he doesn’t mind
; I visiting it, over and over again at
i all. Virginia visited all the music
i ; shops and rounded up all me in
-1 - formation on the hythmetic sub
-1 i ject that was roundable. All in
! all, they say it was a winderful
1 trip.
' ’’Texas was hot," says Janet Hod
-1 ges who has been viiuting) her
aunt and uncle in Dallas this past
; month. The temperature soared to
104* and theu to hottest of Dallas.
109*, most of the time, but the
conditioned home made the terap
-1 | erature between 70 and 80* This
1 I she enjoyed very much. Most of
' J all she like the airplane ride down
I there. The air was rather rough
i and they were hitting air pockets
1 and bouncing up and down most of
I I the time. But after they flew over
| the Mississippi River the rest of
' | the trip was very smooth. While
’ j out there she visited the Greater
1 j Dallas Nightclub several times, the
1 Athletic club where you played bin
-1 |go for $3 and won SSOO, and the
1 Country Club for swimming. Great
fun!
Sorry, folks, but I had some |
bum information on the school'
which Jane Westbrook has selected
to attend this year. I have writ- 1
ten Salem where she was accepted
but she decided on St. Mary’s, where J
she has also been accepted. She
leaves for St. Mary’s the 14th of
September and until then, she will
be studying geometry. She says that
she’s getting along fine in it and
that she still finds time to play
golf and ride horseback once in a
while. We’re gonna miss you, Jane,
so every chance you get. hop on
that bus or car and head for Dunn
and us home folks. Hone you like
St. Mary's as much as Dunn High
likes you.
Our working bov* now include l
Cecil Johnson and Everett Turling- |
ton. They have acquired part-time |
jobs out at Dunn’s airport wash
ing cars and airplanes. Cecil will
be taking care of the airport while
Everett's job is smaller, Hope you
boys like the work.
During the month of September
the swimming pool will stay open
—to our rejoice! Harvey Eldridge
is managing it so now during the
first hot school days, we can take
a dip right after school. Oh happy
day!
Joyce Godwin has certainly had
a variety of boys knocking on her
door since she and Walter Byrd
broke up.
HST Will Play
"Defense Man"
WASHINGTON lip President
Truman appeared ready today to
play “defense man” on the Dem
ocratic campaign team, leaving
Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson to lay
down the policies he would fol
low in the White House.
The President returned from 1
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PAGE ONE
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LILLINGTON
NEWS
Moore McKay of Washington. D.
C. visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Bryan of Lillington and Mrs. Mif
dred McKay at Raven Rock durt
ing the Labor Day weekend.
R. S Parker is reported improved
after being ill at his home for
several days.
Enzer W. Cole spent the weekend
in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs R. K Footman was a recent
visitor to Fountain Inn, S. C. where
she visited relatives for a few days.
Daniel B. Dean, who recently
underwent an operation at Watts
Hospital in Durham has returned
to his home He is much improved
and is expected to be out shortly.
Miss Barbara Myrick and MisS
Mary Ann Moore attended the
Rally Day program at Duke Uni
iversity last Thursday which wad
sponsored by the Methodist Youtd
Fellowship of the North Carolinf
Conference. Mrs. W. R. Cranford
and Mrs. W. E. Moore accompanied
them and Jane Cranford and Led
Kelly. Jr., the delegates, returned
home with them.
Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Guiton of
Anderson, S. C. were weekend guests
of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Atkins. Tiff
Rev. Mr. Guiton was one • of the
former pastors who returned
especially for the Homecoming Dqj
services Sunday at Cedar Rocfc
Presbyterian Church.
Paul Green Sylvester of Riche
lands is spending the week here as
the guest of his cousins, Mr. anij
Mrs. W. A. Johnson.
Malcolm Fowler of Lillington and
Leon McDonald of Olivia attended
the meeting of the N. C. Society
of Local Historians and the State
Literary and Historical Societies
which met this weekend in Boone
at Appalachain State Teacher}
College. While there they attended
the outdoor drama, "Horn of the
West.”
Mr. and Mrs. Avera Fowler and
daughter of Winston-Salem wer*
weekend guest of Mr. Fowler 1 ))
mother, Mrs. A. F. Fowler. Miss
Inez Fowler returned to Winston-
Salem with them for a visit. 4
Dr. and Mrs. L. Guy Brown o}
Wakefield, R. I. who will be hers
to attend the wedding Friday night
of their son, Robert Brown, and
Miss Betty Jean Johnson will be
the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Johnson while in Lilling
ton. The bridegroom and his best
man, Richard Judson of New York
City, will be entertained at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Peede.
his first stumping tour of the
1952 campaign late last night af
ter lambasting the Republicans
in the whistle-stop style that won.
him re-election in 1948.
White House aides predicted
Mr. Truman would fellow the
same “give ’em hell’’ pattern on
his future trips this fall.

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