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AGGIE DRAGNET
By Jady Currie
The students at Williams
Township were tense with
waiting last week. Wednesday
was report card day. 1 believe
some of the students took ad
vantage of staying home Tues
day by "getting in good" with
-heir parents; so they wouldn't
oe too ungry when they saw
the results of six weeks at
school. Actually, I don't be
lieve all the report cards
showed such bad results. I
think many of the seniors were
rather pleased with their cards.
Thursday at fifth period the
F. H. A Club and the F.F-A.
Club met. Students who arc
not members of either club
played soft ball during this
time.
The group pictures for the
annual were taken Monday,
October 28. Everyone was ra
ther excited about this fact.
The basketball teams have
narrowed down, and they are
getting ready for our game
with Waccamaw November 8.
They are very anxious to start
playing, and it won't be long
now. The teams went to Chad
bourn for the basketball clinic
Friday, November 1.
The senior class met last Fri
day and elected Judy McPher
son reporter. Linda Ray, who I
was formerly reporter, had to |
drop the office due to matri- ι
menial reasons. The seniors |
ordered their rings Monday.
They are supposed to be here
after the first semester.
The Masquerade Ball spon
sored by the Student Council
has been changed to a. Harv
est Dance, which will take
place November 15.
Linda. Ray, are you getting
nervous yet?
Larry Simmons, what was it
that we had for lunch Tues
day?
Linda Carlyle, do you know
what a cancer is?
James Simmons, who's coat
did you find in the gym?
Linda Kay, is the phrase
"come see her before I leave"
odd?
Steve Duncan, does typing
make you hot?
J. D., there's a sophomore
ready to take your place.
Judy Belle, who's the hose
stealer?
Linda Butler—Plaid Pants,
Plaid Pants, Plaid Pants '
Carolyn Sellers, hey bee
beep—how's honk honk?
Peggy Ward, adult movies
aren't for KIDS!
Billy Simmons, are you cute
as a button and sharp as a
briar?
Devon, you don't like reds,
do you?
Fair BluH
News
By MKS. HENRY COLEMAN
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rogers
were visited last weekend by
their daughter's family, the
Ronnie Cashhwells of Sanford.
After vacationing a week at
White Springs. Fla., R. C. Tuc
ker, Harold Turner and Clyde
Townsend returned home Sat
urady.
25th Anniversary
In celebration of the 25th
wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. I. M. Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Clayton enter
tained them at dinner Tues
day evening at Pee Dee Lodge.
Eastern Star
Thursday, the local chapter
of the Order of Eastern Star
was hostess to the district
grand matron, Mrs. Mary Wil
liams of Burgaw, and the dis- '
trict deputy grand patron. ;
Suprgeon Smith of Elizabeth- '
town, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. !
Elsie Jones of Topsail Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Enzor,
worthy patron and worthy
matron of the local chapter, !
Mrs. B. W. Tyler, Mrs. M. S. ,
Turner, Sr., Mrs. Ethel Mar- j
tin, Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. j
Emma Strickland, Mrs .Homer
Nance, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Cutrell, Mrs. Dempsey Hinson j
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes
joined them at BuIIard's Rest
aurant for the banquet.
Personal Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pea
cock. Beverly Ann and Helen
of Chadbourn were Sunday ι
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan ί
Thompson.
Miss Thelma Bolton of '
White Springs, Fla. and Mrs.;
William Wells of Tavares, Fla.
and Mrs. Gordon Perkins of
Jacksonville, Fla. visited last
week in the home of Mr. anil
Mrs. H. A. Turner, Sr. These
sisters were joined by their
aunt, Mrs. J. T. Smoak of
Orangeburg, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Holmes
of Jacksonville Fla. are visit
ing Mrs. Bobby Holmes.
Mrs. Frank Holmes and Ka
thy have returned to Newport,
Tenn. after a visit of three
weeks with Mrs. Bobby Hol
mes.
Mrs. David Mincey has re
turned home following some
weeks iilness while a surgical
patient in Columbus County
Hospital.
Mrs. J. Lawrence Minton
and Miss Cynthia Turner spent
the weekend in Wilmington
with Mrs. Lucille Edwards.
Miss Mary Lee Meares, a
Salem Academy student, spent
the weekend with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meares.
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Waddell
are visiting their children's
families, the Dick Pierces and
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Wad
dell, Jr. of Charlotte.
Visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Hilton Herring and Mrs. Her
ring of Barnesville this week
is Mrs. Gordon Townsend.
Teachers from the local
school who attended the state
teachers' meeting in Fayette
Monty, are you an L 7 or
not?
Betty Jane—1, 2, 3, 4 and
ho—.
Columbus 4-Ή
Council Makes
Wons For Year
Th By Plt»y Evans
^usc annex ι»I court.
Horne Üd u,T ni Jud>
Sr^rv^ ,ϋΐ1^
"larg.uet Carter, Ell·. μ ,,
and Gayle Hörne. Nl'"1
County Council Offie
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ans ^^Γ,Κΐ· ^ Ev"
Lcadert Ella Ned"8' Μη"8
Springs. ' M,S,"'P
F*«r old business there wk ·.
discussion on a 4 It
for the yea, and th P JWt
ι:, is
m,r£':rvr °|,p",t,,r>
«ι * Hooks roininrirri
the group of County Ac ^
N'iRht to be held οι! »1
judging ff7
volunteered: Alan
ifSÄ» u""· -
m"v,r'T P,'°K,am ßrouP ir.
μ · r during the evenino
program. Harold τι,
*"·».r,p„rl hl.T4",7S-'
sss js- ",a' "·*"**
erecieci very soon.
New business was the an
Panting: of the recreation com
Sfv
-
J< tts open t<, 4-Hors this year
They were Rural Civil ' D. -
fensv. Automotive Care and
Safety, and Photography.
bv AndPvTam Wi,s Presented
Whi, π lan °r thL> North
anH β Ch,b on "Grading
and Raising Hatchery E«gs ·
iT" «"·»
In NATO Exercise
USS YANCY — Charles I..
Stone, commissary man second
class, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond C. Stone of
Fair Bluff, N. C.. serving
aboard the attack cargo ship
USS Yancey, participated in
a NATO exercise entitled
"South Trap," Sept. 25-28.
with the Sixth Fleet in the
Mediterranean.
'•South Trap" included car
rier task force operations, an
tisubmarine warfare exercises,
and an amphibious assault
landing in Turkish Thrace.
Armed forces of the U. S..
Greece and Turkey participat
ed in the exercise.
ville Tuesday were Mr. and
Mrs. Pierce Dalton. Miss Eve
lyn Floyd, Mesdames Dan
Jones, Dennis Anderson and
Upper Room
Read Lake 7:36-5#
God eml not the Son into
the world to »courage the
world: ^u: mat the world
should be saved through
him. (John 3:17. ASV.)
Jesus did nut compromise
with evil. He condemned sin
in hieh »Ιί«"! a< well us '«·<··
Yet in dealing with the Indi
vidual sinner. lie was untier
standing rattier than condemn
ing.
Those who seriously allowed
themselves to be confronted
by Jesus Christ saw that tlu·
spirit of their lives had been
wrong and must be changed.
Jesus pointed them to a better
way of life—God's way.
When we seek the mind <·!
Christ, we sain a more loving
and understanding attitude to
ward others. When we ap
proach them with understand
ing rather than criticism, we
find it easier to live and work
with them. We are in a posi
i tion to walk with others in
I the way which leads to God—
the way in which Jesus Him
I self walked.
Prayer
Our Father, we coine to
Thee with our joys and sor
rows. «»ur sue.esses and fail- ;
ures, our perplexities and our
sins, always sure of Thy und- |
erstanding. Teach us to look
on others with sympathy and
understanding an<f a love
which will lead them to The··.
May we this day come closer
Longs Negro Held
In Shotgun Slaying
Γ» .ιι-ιι αι -"in i^ougs negru ι
's being he'd in the shotgun
slaying of a 53-year-old. man
following what appeared to ί
be an altercation over a Π- j
year-old girl Thursday night. !
Horry County Coroner Lit
lejohn Blnnton said Earnest
Sanders <>t Fairmont was .shot
twic with a 12 guage shotgun,
»nee in the left upper ehest
and once in the left ear. The
shooting occurred at tnc home I
of Glennie Kiggins, near |
Longs, where he and the 15
year-old girl he identified as ί
Iiis giii friend were living.
Riggins is being held pend
ing an inquest, which Ulanton
said will be held at the com
pletion ·>ι his investigation.
County Police Sergeant Geo
rge t). Fowler was called t«>
the Biggins house shortly alt
er the !)45 p. ill. shooting. Kig
gins told the coroner he had
shot banders be; ause Sanders
had tome to the house after
being warned to stay away.
Rig.uiiis told Blantmi he shot
to thi mind of Christ. We ask
in His name. Amen.
icism.
Pearl F. Thoburn.
(India)
diinciers once, and, when he
thought Sanders moved, put
the gun to the man's ear and
fired again. Bianton said the
si cond shot was at a "very
close" range.
Bianton said an unloaded
.32 calibre automatic pistol
was found under Sander's
body.
Sanders was a farmer near
Fairmont. Biggins is employ
ed at a fisnery.
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