The Robesonian from Lumberton, North Carolina on March 30, 1954 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1954 Folks Can Buy Easter Bonnets, Finery Oil Credit "1 eouM write a «mn«t about your Easter Bonnet. . . of lh« girl I'm taking to the Eatter Parade." Sonnets don't have much to do with charge account* and credit. Bonnets do, though -- and tx don Easter, says Mrs. Stable Bins, Manager of th« Credit Bureau of Lumberton. And if Irving Berlin had stuck to the facts he would have given credit to credit! "Today's Lumberton customer is so accustomed to charging the family's Easter outfit that she automatically sets it up for her May or June budget, not to be paid for in the month when it is first worn," says Mrs. Bijrgs. "This is · great boon to families that are just getting back on the'ir feet from Christmas, and who doesn't fall in gjat group?" Not only Easter clothes, uy Lumberton merchants, but many other things are being sold this season. S p r i n g housecleaning means new curtain*, rug replacements, and all sorts of household Roods. And then there are the families u-ho struggled through just one more winter-with.that old car. They're looking around at the new models. Whether it's car* or clothes, Airs. Biggs says, Lumberton merchants are happy to oblige, with credit conveniences for all customers who are dependable.- As one merchant points out. "A credit transaction can be even better than a cash transaction--for both customer and seller! The customer gets merchandise or services he might have had to wait for, ihd the seller makes a «ale he might otherwise have lost." "So don't feel hesitant about applying for credit at one of Lumberton's stores," says Mr«. Biggs. "They want to seil you. And don't feel .self-conscious if they ask for a litlle information about yourself. This is only the reasonable precau^ tion that every merchant niust take, in order to stay in business and accommodate credit custom- Freedom Shrine Project Planned WASHINGTON'-- A national project to erect a "Freedom Shrine" m Washington, D. C., as a living monument to American individual rights and aspirations ts announced by Kenneth D. Wells, president of Freedoms Foundation »t Valley Forge, the organization sponsoring the project. , Genera] of the Army Omar N Bradley has accepted the chairmanship of the "Freedom Shrine N a t i o n a l Citizens Committee" which seeks to raise three and one-half million dollars from the general public for the monument- type" structure dedicated to the principles of the American way of life. President Eisenhower has contributed the first dime to the Shrine's erection. A MONUMENT FOR FREEDOM Mr. Wells described the Shrine as a 100-foot high monument, with the basic rights of free Americans enumerated on its four sides It will be capped with a perpetual Freedom Flame" and busts of Washington. Jefferson, Lincoln and Franklin. Its inner room will contain copies of America's Freedom documents and will provide facihues for all people who visit it to sign (heir personal pledge to maintain freedom, to be permanently sealed in the shi-ine. The financing for the Shrine will be carried out on a broad nation al basis,- seeking dime contributions to achieve widest individual participation. The fund drive will he carried out on George Washington's Birthday, on February 22 «.TO. A feature ot the fund campaign will be "George Washington Birthoay Parties" nrgani/.ed in communities throughout the nation. Mr, wells emphasized that "The project has a two-fold objective -to iastingiy remind Americans of thetr individual rights and personal responsibilities, and to clarifv i o the u-prfd the fundamentals of"the American structure. Training Maneuver FORT BRAGG, X. C. _ Arnw 1st Lt. 4 William Moody, son o"f Mrs. Nepsie Rising. Coree St., Lum berton, N. C.. is now at Fort Bragg, N r . C.. preparing for Exercise Flash Burn, Iar ? e-scaJe training maneuver scheduled for April and May. Lieutenant Moody is executive officer of ;h'e 41st Ordnance Direct Automotive Support C o m p a n y which \vilJ maintain vehicles used by the 60,000 men testing the Army's newest weapons and tactics Curing the exercise. His wife, Frida. lives at 148 Sharpe dr.. Fort Bragg. THE R08.ESONIAN. LUMBERTON, N. C. " * b e* book riery P «io .djoia. tfae diou* too*. A big co.t *U« «d *«e .re .wo - . , Si., j^ic. 2, N.Y.. fro- orn c*d Cowntiy Ho.es u Fit Yw Budget." Tie. house covers 1,853 iofomatioo «od blueprints available from die architect.) Rowland Southside School Pupils Observe 'Career Day' ROWLAND.-- Th« students of ... . . ... .. , . ~ ------ ~- »...Lva K it.uc, r-. oesse waison, the sixth through the twelfth grad- Sarah E. Thompson. Mary H. Mc- es at Southside Negro school. Row- Koy. A'rnetha McPhaul, James . land, recently observed Career Day. Representatives who spoke to . - · ~ "* · " · « * - » "· . il LCI I V .1 J i L » J J l p ^"^Professions S0n Rosen ^aty Bethea, John Moro~v. .- ,.. v gan,. R e b e c c a i- McQuaige, Martin .L.'Israel. berfon; Mrs. B. McNair. teacher Fourth grade, B: Lillie Bridges of Beauty Spot school; C. .E. De- Dorothy Baker. * Vane, professor of Shaw University; S. T. Brooks. Robeson County Negro Farm Agent; and Mrs. Filmore, Lumberton beautician. Students of the 8th grades of the district schools were invited on Thursday to hear Mr. DeVane. A. special conference with the seniors was conducted by him during his visit. All students were given ari opportunity to ask the speakers questions about their work. -The sponsors for the event were Mesdames W. B. Foxworth and J. P. Cochran. The Annual Agricultural Speaking contest sponsored by the N. C. Bankers Association, was held on March 8, at Rowland. Southside High school. The participants spoke on the subject ."What is the Farmer's Fair Share of the Consumer's Dollar." The winners: Roy Graham. Fred Roberts, Ella Hayes. On March 10, Roy Graham represented Southside in the Robesoo County Speaking contest, held at J.H. Haysw-ood High School,' Lumberton. Roy won first place and a right to represent Robeson County in the district speaking contest, to he held in Bladenboro. The Agriculture department sponsored the contest with B. Currence, the agriculture teacher in charge'. Recently the Annual Typing contest was held at E. E. Smith High School, FayetUville. Five members of the commercial education department of Southsicle school participated: Lena B. Mc- Eache'rn, ~ Monroe, _ _ Yvonne Alford. Lena B. McEachem was a winner in the third division, giving her a n opportunity to participate in the State Typing Contest held at North Carolina College. Durham. The honor roll for the .fourth reporting period has been released by the principal, F. G. Shipman. First Grade. A: Edward McLean, Albert Graham. Dorothy Alford, Sam McPhaul, Linda Watson. Marshall Ray Watson. First grade, B: Selena Ander-u son. Dorothy Mae Alford, Geneva Lee. Lou Cillia Monroe. John D. Baker, Thomas Rogers. Louise Lodson, Isabel! Walker. Mary E. Baker, Betty Ann McCrae. First grade, C: James McEachern, Eloise McPhaul. Dian McPhaul, Evelyn Cotton. Vinson Hall, Elle Weese Fladger. Soubetha Elleby. Gladys Ford. Second grade, A: Jennett Thompson, Sarah Charles McPhaul, Sarah Frances McPhaul. Willis,m McQuaige, Waiter Allen Ford. Second grade. C: James D. Rhone. Elaine Gillespie. Third grade, A: Margaret V. Mc-Vair. Bruce Parnell, Linda C Mo/re, Betty D. Rhones, Elaine Smith, Ora J. McArthur, George Hayes. John Haskins. Joseph Ella M. Bethea and Third grade, B: Watson, Ernest Smith Fourth grade. A: Marv Thomp- Fourth grade. C: Jpan Bruce, Alberta Monroe, Janies Mudd,' George McRae. Fifth grade, A: Mary H.,Washington, Herman McRae. Fifth grade, B: Geneva Graham. Sixth grade. A: Ola M. McKoy, Cora L. Ellcrbe, Minnie L. McRae. Willow J. Monroe. Sixt'h grade, B: Ellaree Baker Sarrie L. Platt, Ned Thompson. Annie R. McArthur, Heyward McCormick. Lorrine Adams. Seventh grade, A- Carolyn Baker, Geneva Monroe, Sallic Mel-can, Recella Watson, Betty Lou son. Lynn C. - McCallum. Seventh grade. B: Earline Surles. Hattie Baker, Peggy *La n n- ley. Willie Morgan. Eighth/grade: Alfred' Haskins Yvonne. Bowens, Shirley Hamilton, Erwm McQuaige, Theresa Graham, Aza Lee McCrae. . Tenth grade: Daniel McCrae. Eleventh grade: SaJlie.Haskins. Twelfth grade: John Haskins,' Joseph Monroe. Promoted PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (FHT- C) -- Promoted to: Private First Class recently were nine platoons of Marines who successfully, completed 10 weeks of intensive training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. Graduating with Platoon 473 was Percell Godwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of Route 1, and graduating with Platoon 478 was Paul Locklear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Locklear ot Route 3; all of Lumberton, N. G. The job of transforming the recruits into Marines necessitated many hours of field training and classroom lectures, in addition to their framing, the recruits were also given various apu'tudc tests to determine the type of duly lor wliich they are best suited. Plan To Set Up 10 Mental Health Centers Proposed RALEIGH tf» -- A'lotiR-range pl«n is being considered by the -Mental Health Section of the Stae Board of Health to set up 10 men- wl health centers in North Carolina. · Under the proposal, the centers would be established within the next five years in Asheviile. Char- Jotte, D u r h a m , Elizabeth City, FayetUviiie. Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh, Wilmington and Winstori-Salem. The State Board ot Health Issued * statement yesterday in which it said that'"whether these centers do become a reality depends on a number of factors-but mostly money." The Mental Health Section already allocate* funds to six local mental health' clinics which would become centers^ Diagnoses and treatment would be provided at the centers for emotionally; upset children and adults. In addition, the centers would provide consultation service to professional p e o p l e , mental health courses, mental.health education and to the community, and research, the State Board of Health said. , Three centtrs -- in Raleigh. Durham and Winston-Salem -- would assist In training psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, and mental health nurses. Wilker»on HDC M«eU In Community House ROWLAND. _ The WiSkerson Home Demonstration club held its March meeting in the newly constructed community house. After the business session, the group heard a talk on poultry by Miss Annie Ruth Strickland. The meeting was then turned over to the assistant home demonstration agent, Mrs. Helen Sampson, who gave a talk on the importance of planning and sharing the work of homemaking. After the meeting adjourned the hostesses, Mrs. Bradford Loeklcar and Mrs. Braddy Locklear, served crackers and cold "drinks. For every person killed in a U. S. auto accident, about 35 are d'hi- fi bled, permanently or tcmponu-i- MAVOR DAN EASTERLING of Clio, AU., point* to I" ^ h °°' ·" dllor """ *· Wl debitors U e E V «h.n c « how · uropased settlement would work " on i ro uld rake (ow.rd off hl« (AP Solicitor Seawell Complimented For His Work In Bladen Court Solicitor Malcolm B. Seawell of Lumberton lifts received an editorial compliment from The Blarien Journal «V Klixabcthtown for his work In -Dlndeu County Superior Court, under the trying circumstances of duplicate terms of court in different counties of the sollci- lonal.ilislrlct. I n · an .editorial cniilled, "Court Calendar Is In-C.ood Sliaiw," the Journal comments: ' "Bladen county's criminal calendar for Superior Court is now m the best condition it has been within the past several years. 'Two ,full weeks of court--one week a special term--have done much to oven the keol and only a few outstanding cases remain on the docket. "Bladen is in a court .district with Hobcson,- Hokc, and Cumberland counties and -usually has liRblei- docket than the oilier^ with the possible exception- of Hoke, Robeson and aunbedand have the heaviest; .dockets -.;· perhaps of any courts in Eastern North Carolina.^ 'However, In the past several years Bladen has h'aci someVot the most ((ctallcd and involved; cases in the stale-- cases which reciulreci the most constant attention bf District Solicitor Malcolm B; Seawell. "These cases have been well publicized rtwl nil have involved niurdor-- Walter Sawyer for ihc murder of U. S. Page, Mrs. £ll n Meshaw charged wiln ihc murder of her buKband and' the'' Douglas Crayson trials for die murder of Mrs. Thay Lewis White. Each of these, plus the routine business of JeterTdMaki Talk At Smith's 'Community Day' Frank H. Jeter, extension service editor of N. C. State college, will be principal speaker for 'Community Day" in Smitb't community M»y 15. , ; Announcement of , the: spea»i«' and plans for the one-day affair was made by J. W. Wilson, Jr., of Smith's school. A tentative program for tht day's activities has been adopted, but is subject to change according to suggestions by citizens in the :ommunlty. , Other features for the evening will be a review of community progress as shown by color film by ; Mrs. Lloyd Freeman and Stafford Sessoms. ;' - Another movie, "Christ the King", will be shown, sponsored by the churches of the community. . . . . . . . . - . V . - ; i i The program will open at 2 p, m. with swimming arid swimming contest, to be followed by a period, of games and music, and a supper, either if ish or picnic^ ing cases. 1 Solicitor , Seawell has been holding double-header sessions of court in Robeson and"CumbeW lanrt counties .where ( i t has' been made possible by the.. employment of an assistant solicitor./ In; Cumberland it is jjossiblc to'have two sessions of Superior court going on. at once due'"'16' available'courtroom space, and an assistant. Robeswi has an assistant, thus freeing Solicitor Seawell to come to Bladien for a seccJnd session in the sarit* week. ' ; ''-·'- · ?ii ThU his worked n hardship «t Solicitor Seawell because in Cumberland h e - h a d 19 gO'back ^and forth between the two coiuls in .·ses- sion at the same time and consSJt continuously...with.'-his ' assistant. wtlh . Menn ,in Bladen and Rob^ son at (he. same, time, Solicitor Seaweii has had "to resort to,communication 'by telephone and' tK« burning pt midnight oil in constfl- tfilion with 'his'assistant Jn planning the next clay's session.! . % "The dispatch w i t h : , which fhV» docket has been moved during tn« past two weeks is silent testimony to the efficiency of the court officials, the presiding jurists and So. licitor Seawell. It i s l!)eir devotion - , ., . -- "' ..^.v.j, uwutvcii. *i 15 uiL'ir oevouon the court and its conlimmnces for to duty, rcgnrtJle.ss of person*! one reason or another, have caus- hardship, that bas mnde this jurl!-' cd crowded dockclB. . cla , cHslrict'one of the most rl 10 comDnl this log jam of wait- spcctcd in North Carolina." -J r "MAKE COURTESY YOUR CODE OF THE ROAD", % i Pre-School Clinic Held At Parkton PARKTON--The Parkton Negn school held its pre-school clinic last week, with an attendance of 22 children, who were accompanied by J4 parents. These were greeted by the principal, Mrs C M. Smith. ' v Following the devotional exercises, the pre-school children were entertained by the primary grades. The nurses then held a short conference w i t h ' t h e parents. The children were served refreshments and were given souvenirs. The parents also enjoyed refreshments, and received health material from the school. The grammar grade ~" students acted as hosts and hostesses. At Fort Bragg FORT BRAGG. N. C. - Army M-Sgt. James Carter, 3S. whose wife. Flowers, lives at 507 Fifth St.. Spring Lake, N. C., is now at Fort Bragg. N. C.. preparing for Exercise Flash Burn, large-scale training maneuver scheduled for April and May. Carter is a section chief in the 369th Ordnance Direct Automotive Support Company, which will repair and maintain vehicles used by the 60.000 men testing the Army's newest weapons and tacucs during the exercise. The sergeant, son of Mrs. Callic Smith, Route 1. Saint Pauls. 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