The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on May 24, 1971 · Page 21
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Burlington, North Carolina
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Monday, May 24, 1971
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12B Burlington (N.C.) Times-New*, Monday. May 24,1971 Dedication, Recital Slated For Organ Cummings Band Rehearses For Concert Dean Hall, director oi Cummings High School Concert Band, leads the 41-piece band in a rehearsal of one of the selections to be featured in tomorrow night's concert. The band will be presented in its first spring concert tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the Cummings gymnasium. The high school's Fine Arts Department is sponsiring the concert, with admission set at ft cents for students and adults. A special feature of the concert will be the presentation of a scholarship to an outstanding band member by C. B. Ellis Music Co. (Times-News Photo). Recital Given By Pupils Of Mrs. Reynolds The piano pupils of Mrs. Eleanor Reynolds were presented in a recital at the home of their teacher on Willowbrook Drive. Susan Hoke and Janese Hart were presented special awards in recognition of superior rating in National Federation of Music Clubs competition. An award for the most outstanding achievement during the past year went to Cindy Sexton. All students taking part in federation competition were presented bust forms of famous musicians during the recital. In addition to the three students who received special awards, recital participants included the following. Chris Hoover, Janet Sykes, Johnny Johnson, Julie Hawks, Karen McPherson, Cindy Hoover, Ann McLawhon, Luanne Harmon Helen Saunders and Laura Lee Davis. Five Persons Injured In Weekend Accidents save so ioi UCBB S-l Thonx to Joue Butera Pimton, to. ( 1571 br NEA, Inc. Today's FUNNY will poy SI 00 for each original "funny" uwd. Send goat to: Todo/i FUNNY, 1200 Wtit Third- St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. Five persons were injured in traffic accidents here during the weekend, including a three - year - old child runover by a car being pushed down a driveway. She was identified as Delanor F. Morris of 2404 N. Church. St. and \vas taken to Alamance County Hospital for treatment and released. Police said the car ran over the child's leg when she fell while attempting to enter it Saturday night at 7:32 o'clock. The vehicle was listed to Curtis L. Manness, 20, of 2404 N. Church St.. who reportedly was pushing the car down his driveway. John M. Lea of Rt. 7, Burlington, was hurt when the car in which he was a passenger rolled from Claude Perry Grocery across Rauhut Street and struck two utility poles, breaking each of them in half, police reported. Lea was treated at County Hospital for minor injuries and released. Damage to the car, which belongs to Josephine W. Lea of Rt. 7, Burlington, was estimated at $150. Damage to the poles was estimated at $750. Police filed no charges. Fannie S. Jones of Rt. 2, Burlington, apparently was not hurt seriously when she was struck by a car while crossing the intersection of South Main and West Davis Street Saturday afternoon at 12:08 o'clock. The driver was identified as Lawrence L. Perdue of Rt. 4, Burlington. No charges were filed. Police charged Warren G. Way of 1615 Maple Ave. with driving under the influence of N o w . . . 2-way radio anyone can use! alcohol as a result of a wreck last night at 11:30 o'clock on North Broad Street near Ruffin Street. Police said the Way car struck a parked vehicle belonging to William A. Hall of 210 N. Broad St. Way was treated at County Hospital and released. Damage was estimated at $700. Lewis J. Graves of Rt. 2, Graham, did not require hospital treatment, police reported, after he was struck by a car while riding a bicycle on West Webb Avenue near Worth Street last night at 11:05 o'clock. The auto driver was identified as William L. Windsor of 4643 Maple Ave. No charges were preferred, and no damage was reported. Police also are investigating a break-in at the home of B.T. Horton at 517 Wildwood Lane between 11 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday. The police report said the house was ransacked. The amount of damage was undetermined, along with missing property. Thieves broke into Old Dominion Box Co. at 541 Hawkins St.. police said, between Saturday and this morning and stole an undetermined amount of money from vending machines. Police said John B. Andrews, 23, of Rt. 6, Gibsonville, was arrested during the weekend on a shoplifting charge involving property taken from Zayre's on South Church Street. Lacy D. Allison, 19. of 6D5 Fix St. was arrested on a charge of malicious damage in a case reported to have occurred outside the city limits. No details were available. Maori Site Found In New Zealand HAMILTON, N.Z. -- An ancient Maori village site, unique among New Zealand's archeological finds, has been discovered on the banks of the Wainui stream at Taharoa, near here. The village, dating to pre- European times, covers an area neary 400 yards long. PUSH BUTTON CONVENIENCE .1IIIIV MIX Messenger 125 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL WASHINGTON (AP) - The nternational Naturefilm Festival will be held in Budapest Sept. 5-15, says the Embassy of he Hungarian People's Repub!- c. The film festival is sponsored by Jhe Union of Hungarian Film and TV Artists, the Presidency of the Society far Promoting Scientific Knowledge and the Union of Hungarian Film Ama- eurs. The film will be shown in connection with the World Exhibition of Hunting. · New convenience! Talk from car to home, office, boat, tractor. Install units anywhere. · New safety! Official Emergency Channel 9-oet help fast ngtit from your car. · No technical knowledge needed. Just press a burton to talk-release to listen. · ATl-transfttor. 5 push-button cr-annels. So small it fits into even sub-compact cars. SEE IT NOW AT WOMACK ELECTRONIC SUPPLY CO. 315 N'. Church SU FOR UNDER *10$f Dave Erasure . . .Chief Indian Guide Unit Holds Installation Indian dances, competitive games and recreational swimming followed the installation of new Cherokee Nation officers at the Burlington Y-Indian guide's Chief's Day program. About 100 families were on hand to witness the ceremony and take part in recreational activities after the program neld at Camp Frontier yesterday. Dave Frasure, newly-elected nation chief, recognized the great contribution to the Y-ln- dian Guide movement made by past nation chiefs Grady Sykes, 1970, and Harold Lloyd, 1969. Newly installed officers include Dave Frasure, chief (president), Jack Hartsock. medicine man (vice president), Harold Hayes, sandwriter (publicity chairman), Ralph Wallir., wampum bearer (treasurer), and Thomas Murphy, talley keeper (secretary). Also honored at the ceremony were Cherokee Nation members S.G. Gabriel, Bill Englehart and Gene Barry. The ceremony was followed by authentic Indian dances performed by the Boy Scouts Order of the Arrow, competitive games and recreational swimming at the new camp pool. Y-Indian Guides is a YMCA program designed to foster a close father-son relationship through the medium of Indian lore and organized recreation. The program is open to boys in grades one to three and their A dedication and dedicatory recital of the Bonner Williamson Harden Memorial Organ will be presented at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Joyce Leigh Painter, parish organist since 1968, will be organist for the recital. Miss Painter, a native of Graham, is a music graduate of Peiffer College and previously served as organist for the First United Methodist Church in Siler City and at Webb Avenue Methodist Church in Burlington. Before her death, Mrs. Harden, wife of Dr. Graham Harden of Burlington, expressed the wish that funds from her estate bequeathed to the church would first be used for the renovation of the organ. Dr. and Mrs. Harden were members of the Church of the Holy Comforter, she serving in various capacities with the work of the women and Dr. Harden serving as a member of the choir and vestry. - The renovation having been completed, the recital now will be given in its dedication, to be led by the Rev. R.L. Reinecke, rector. The public is invited. The two-manual original organ was installed in 1911 in the present building of the Church of the Holy Comforter as a memorial gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Holt to their daughter, Emily. B.C. White Jr. of Greensboro, a well-known organ builder of this area, was awarded the contract in 1968 of rebuilding the organ. Working on it for the next two years, he added six new ranks, converted the action to electro pneumatic and supplied a new, all electric, two manual console. The result is regarded as a versatile instrument which retains the original sounds and blends them with new brighter stops, making it suitable for music from all periods of organ literature. After the recital, guests are invited to a reception in the parish parlor and to examine the new console and the original console, which will be on display in the side entrance room leading to the Parish House. Recital Given By Pupils Of Mrs. Fambrougli The students of Mrs Margaret Ann Fambrough have been presented in a series of three piano music programs. Solos, duets, duos and an original composition were featured in the programs, held over the weekend. Special recognition was given to Monica Davis and Myra Coins, who were presented Gold Certificates from the National Federation of Music Clubs for obtaining a superior rating in the district piano contest for three consecutive years. Taking part in a Friday night program were the following students; Faye McLelland, Cindy Turner, Claire Campbell, Char- lolte Alford, Amy Hinshaw, Mary Boswell, Myra Wooten, Laura Holmes, Lisa Brock, Freda Bowman, Kim Nardelli, Janet Bowman, Beverly Hinshaw, Jan Neese, Ann Neese, Kathy Ellison, Nan Bowman, Marilee McPherson, Connie Wooten, Alison Peeler, Gail Fambrough and Brenda Byrd. Students participating in a Saturday afternoon program included the following: Susan Waddell, Karen Hurst, Susan Hayes, Mark Weadon, Doug Coins, Paula Dixon, Ciady Hayes. Susan Barney, Guy Lambert II, Leslie Jones, Tanya Sparks, Robin Simpson, Jane LeGrand, Susan Burke, Ginny Mebane, Sherry Grant, Holly Ivey, Cathy Mclver, David Weadon. Gail Lindley and Myra Coins. Presented in Saturday night's program were the following: Joni Moore, Teresa Miller, Kelly Anderson, Shelley Hatfield, Lisa Barbee, Melanie Reid, Suzanne Owen, Jenny Lu Sharpe, Bonnie Wolfgang, Amy Haney, Terri Hoyle, Rhonda Simpson, Gene Kirkpatrick, Sally Anderson, Melissa Hatfield, Monica Davis, Ann Driggers, Sam Isley and Eleanor Troutman. LT. ROBERT A. HUDSON R. A. Hudson Gets USAF Commission GRAHAM - Robert A. Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Rex Hudson of 522 E. Pine St., has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School (OTS) at Lackland AFB, Tex. The lieutenant, selected for OTS through competitive examination, is being assigned to Mather AFB, Calif., for navigator training. Lt. Hudson, a 19S6 graduate of Graham High School, re ceived his B.S. degree in mathematics in 1970 from Appalachian State University at Boone. Display Awards Displaying trophies and certificates received for outstanding work are members of the Western High School DECA Club. Seated is Beverly Anderson. Standing, left to right, are Judy Starnes, Harold Reid and Kathy Turner. Miss Anderson was presented the Ronald N. Cain DECA Diamond Award. Miss Starnes wa s presented Distributive Education Girl of the Year and Mr. Reid was presented Distributive Education Boy of the Year. Miss Turner was named Miss DECA of 1971. (Photo by Roger Hudgins). Western High Pupils Receive DECA Awards Shark Oil For Tanning PROVINCETOWN, Mass. fn the early 19th century the liver oil of the mackerel shark was used as an ingredient n tanning leather. "Look not back in anger, nore forward with fear, but around you with awareness," students and employers were told at the annual Western High School Distributive Education Club's Bosses Banquet. The speaker was Dr. W.W. Snyder, executive director of the Elon Home for Children. The banquet, held at Holiday Inn, was given by the students in honor of their employers for on-the-job training during the 1970-71 school year. Dr. Snyder urged students to "know what they were about," before tackling other problems. Awards were presented by Ronald N. Cain, coordinator of Western High School's DECA Club. To receive awards for 100 per cent attendance of school and work were the following: Allen Perkins, Billy Wheeley, Wanda Saul, Yancey Tickle, Beverly Anderson and Bobby McKinney. Kathy Turner received a trophy and a certificate of award for Western High's Miss DECA-1971. Judy Starnes received a trophy and certificate for Western's DECA Girl of the Year, and Harold Reid received equal Honors for the DECA Boy of the Year. Judy is Reporter for DECA at Western and is editor of the DECA Alumni Newsletter. Harold is President of Western's DECA. The Ronald N. Cain DECA Diamond Award for outstanding service and dedication was presented to Beverly Anderson, DECA's secretary. Certificates for outstanding senior-honorable mention were awarded to Allen Perkins, Louise Williford, Elaine Jones, Yancey Tickle, Elma Ree Jones, Jimmy Pyles, Wanda Saul, Roger Hudgins, Bobby McKinney and Kathy Turner. Special guests for the banquet were Miss Sara Groome, teacher intern from the University of N.C. at Chapel Hill, and Mrs. Ronald Cain, wife of the club's adviser. Blue and gold, DECA organization colors, were used in decorating for the banquet. The tables were decorated with blue and gold candles. DECA's banner hung behind the head table to show leadership is with DECA. Winnipeg Building Convention Center WINNIPEG, Man. -- Winnipeg is building a $15 million convention center as part of a $50 million downtown development plan. The eight-level center will have four parking levels, two levels for shops and service facilities and two convention levels with the capacity to handle 5,000 people. ROLLER DERBY FILM NEW YORK (AP) -- Plans are underway to produce a film called "Wipeout." To be produced by Jim Kessler's Guadelupe Productions. "Wipeout" is set against the turbulent background of roller derbies and is based on an original story by \lan Ebert. Nearly half of Rhodesia's 228,298 whites are settlers from ither countries. - fathers. There are 350 fathers and sons participating in the Burlington area and more than one million members in the United States. Anyone interested in more information on the program should contact Community YMCA. SPECIAL AUCTION WATER WEI6HT UOU E-LIM EKW» wafer to fte My can be ·*- coflifortatta. C4JM wiff help yoi tai ween WHf fW0M wi at, » . OrujSttft ft. em «« lUre* OTM, IMC. » wMI I*JC» Of REAL PROPERTY Sat., May 29, 1971 At 10 A.M. Known As Tho GROVER C. PHILLIPS PROPERTY Containing approximately 84 ocras mot* or toss. Will bo sold on H»« premises to the hifhest bidder subject to confirmation of the court) to be offered first in separate I toils end then lumped foeefhcr os a whole. This property located on the Ossipaa to Gibsonvillo Rood aproximatoly l'/2 mita from Ossipoo and next to Stanfialds Strawberry Farm. C M * ONLY GALLON · Durable, Non-yelfowing Latex Finish · Decorator Colors · Water Cleanup · Ottos in 20 Minutes · No Painty Odor · WashaMo "NTERIOR PLAT BONNIE 2974 T.I H. w«*t ram, ZIMMERMAN LUMBER CO 533 N. PARK AVE. - PHONE 226-2401 Paved Parking Lot losido luilding For Our Ciisfomora Hours: 7 AM to 5 PM Monday thru Friday -- Closed Saturday 'SPAPERJ

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