The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 13, 1960 · Page 16
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 16

Greenville, Mississippi
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
Page 16
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Dcttn Democrat-Times 16 Wednesday, July 13, '60 LYLE CARROLL Natchez Man Will Direct MEG Merit Program Lyle Carroll, for the past several years a member of the public relations staff of the State Highway Department, will join the fc«te Chamber of Commerce-Mississippi Economic Council later this month as a full-time director of the new Merit Community Program, according to President Bruce C. Aultman of Hattiesburg. The new staff man has resigned his position with the Highway Department as of July 15. Aullman said, and will begin his duties wilh the MEC-State Chamber on July 24. His first week will be spent attending the Insti tute for Organization Management at the University of Houston. One of Carroll's chief responsibilities with the state department has been holding public hearings in connection with the interstate and other new highway routes in Mississippi. Since early 1958, he has held over 300 meetings in all hut two of the state's 82 counties. He is a native of Natchez, the son of the late Maurice Carroll and Mrs. Edna Lyle Carroll. He received his degree in advertising fom the University of Mississippi in 1955, and s e r v e d two years in the U. S. Air Force as a Casualty Assitance Officer. Elks To Sponsor Steamer Avalon Visit August 12 Members o! the Greenville Elks Lodge 148 BPOE, will sponsor excursions aboard the steamer Avalon both afternoon and evening August 12. Tlie four-deck, 1,370 passenger Avalon, the only large traveling excursion boat traveling the wes- iern inland waterways, will be in Greenville to olfer trips along the river for both young and old. During the afternoon ride, the F.Iks have invited as special guests the children from the Cerebral Palsy School. The afternoon cruise will be from 2:30 to 5:50 and is expected to be of special appeal to many family groups The evening moonlight ride leaves at 9 and returns at 11:30 p. m Thad Wynn, secretary of the Elks lodge is coordinating the ar rangements. The Rhythm Masters orchestra plays for dancing on all rides. OSe Miss Honor Roil Includes 10 Students Of County OXFORD -- A total of 221 full- t i m e undergraduate students were appointed to the spring se mester honor roll at the University of Mississippi, announced Registrar Robert B. Ellis. Of this number, 43 recorded perfect (5.0) grade point averag es on their course work for the semester just completed. Ten Washington County stu dents are listed on the spring se mester honor roll at Ole Miss Four are listed among the 43 stu dents having straight "A" averag es. They are: Frank Lenrich Adams, ston of; Mr. ar.d Mrs. T. H. Adams of 440 Havana, Greenville; Archie Brooks Allison, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Allison, 559 N. 9th, Greenville; Robert Lee Ashtnore, son of Mr. A. L. Ashmore of 816 E. Lynne, Greenville; Millie Theus Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Nichols of 910 Washington Ave., Greenville. Other students having grade point averages of 4.5 or better arc: Raymond Albert Alford. son oft Mr. L. R. Alford of 2771 N.! Broadway. Greenville; j Frank Oteri Batson Jr., son of; Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. liaison ofi 439 Cedar St., Greenville; K'eno Roy Gur.ter, son of Mr and Mrs. K. R. Gunter of 1347 E. John St.. Greenville; Sue Jean Lunn, Greenville; Charles M. Merkel, son of Mr. C. M. Merkel of Leland: Gerry Ann Tarrer, daughter of Mr. sr.rl Mrs. J. W. Tarver of: WJ S. VV.islHi.qton, Gcer.villc. i OPEN EVERY DAY DURING SALE FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 5TODP.M.I SALE or S A L E V AgTQRY5DlSTRIBUI(M( STOCK ... of G-E appliancei and refeviiloni must be sold immediately! . . , Severe distributor warehousing problems enable us to make this spectacular purchase--buf we bought ourselves out of room. Our store and warehouse are jammed. Even our parking lot and front sidewalk is spilling over with hundreds of price-slashed bargains. Help! Emergency! 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