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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - February 16, 1958, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                Sunday 1958 Grain 15 ffi The prices of grain futures made their ehifts mostly in big leaps and un der strong influences this bu the net results were small ex cept in wheat and Both those grains had advances up to more than 4 cents a bushel ever last weeks All other grains scored gains of a fraction of a cent throughout the list while soybeans finished mostly The sharp setback came i Wednesdays trading following th government report on stocks o grains and soybeans placed un der loan in the price support pro ram it was viewed as decidedly because it showed small amounts in the program than had been leaving large stocks in commercial which traders said would be a brake on any price The report set off general liqui dation and all contracts were fair Jyheavy But while some traders stil were talking of certain additiona Bearish prices suddenly whirled and reversed the direc tjon at the start of Thursdays Che final goni isounded on the pits the losses tad been som outreadhed the Stocks The following bid and asked prices are obtained from tha National Association of Security and other but are not represent actual they are Intended us a guide to the approximate range within which these securities could have been sold Indicated by the or bough indicated by the at tinv of February Orlgli of any quotation furnished on Stock Market Report NEW 15 They and the third best 6f this yourig first Tuesday and a modest retreat on left no Deacon Sentencec MVA church deacon accused of forcing a ister to resign by tapping his tele fihone drew a fine and six month suspended sentence yester Court Judge Allen B Hannay levied the penalty agains Henry Buescher for wire tapping Buescher told the court he re corded a conversation between the Coburn of Spring Branch Baptist Temple and Mrs Inez Caylor which definitely was not Buescher said he felt a duty to expose the pastor because he was a bad influence on young The end does not justify the Judge Hannay It was clirty business and not a very judicial way to get Sleep In Cars Weather is Floridas icy some of the stoical Seminole Indians to sleep in their cars instead of their The hardy tribesmen usually pay little attention to cold but this is the worst winter in the states In some cases there are six or seven members of a family forced to sleep huddled in the Old family car to Mor ton white attorney for the Miecosukee name given to the traditional Seminole dwelling nothing more than by They have no walls and thjis are open to the frigid winds now blowing across the open MILLION DOLLAR SUIT PHILADELPHIA OrVA million dollar damage suit has been filed District Court here charg ing the American Society of Com Authors and Publishers with restraint of The suit was filed by MuseArt which transmits recorded music over to hotels and MuseArt said ASGAP controls 95 per cent of tine popular music used by wire ra dio 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as much as lower than at the finish of trading last Cattle receipts for the week were about 10 per cent larger than for the previous week when they were lowest for a five day week since About 65 per cent were slaughter steers but only about 9 per cent were prime the same as for last The percentage ol choice steers increased while the percentage of good grades de tide ran out on the stock markets earJy 1958 rise this Stocks Fairly sharp losses Monday and declined on average for the J Lime in five The tide actually began to turn in the prior The sustained rise since new year at least on 4 al though the market managed to remain narrowly ahead that The series of declining markets that began straight sessions 5 ran for six untl this past That was an unconclu sive day with the average un changed but a majority of gainers for the first time in seven ses On at long came a recovery from an oversold con This was a technical snap because the bus iness and economic news was quite Although volume was a mediocre the advance was the best since u w v v c icit ii i doubt as to where the market would The Associated Press average of 60 stocks fell on the week to The falling bit deeply into the gains made since the end of 1957 but prices on average were still in the black for In the week past there were 500 advances and 712 Even as the pivotal stocks which dominate the popular aver ages there a rebirth of strength among so called secondary Wall Street considers that a rise in such issues required to set the stage for a resumption of any general So there were patches of sunlight among the shadowy canyons of Wall Red Oak RoVins BY DIANE PRICE This past week has been a busy one at Red A good Valentines Day was enjoyed with many beautiful val entines and good candy being flashed Several have even Braswell News and Views BY LARRY MURCHISON Hi Come with us on a tour of Braswell and see what we can dig Brrrrring Theres that bell again Win dows go off outer doors and long streams of students move quickly through halls and down stairs to the school ground Its another fire drill Silently students file out of the building onto the And so we have another chance to see how quickly we vacate the building in case of a After awhile we march to re sume our studies of We hope that Braswell never has another jut if it were prepared Parties Galore Many of Braswells students have held parties A few of these are Betty Bryan Charlotte and Kar ol Jean Mary Jane Bandy and many AH the Braswel iteswho attended parties enjoyed them very Tommy Jenkins recen ly gave a theater Those who enjoyed seeing Perri with Tommy were Billy Gary tfickey and Jimmy In addition to all these individu al the sixth grades have or should I say that by the time this is printed we wlH lave two One was held about two weeks ago and an other a Valentine will be held in the school We plan to en this Movies Two The DuPdrst Sto ry and Chicks in the Making iave been seen by the this The DuPont Story told the sto ry of the DuPont Company from a simple gun powder plant near Wil to a huge company with branches all over he United and Latin It was and was enjoyed by Chicks in the Making was an interesting movie about the birth f baby The film showed he inside of an egg at the ages of two six ten 16 and finally the hatching of the egg after twentyone It showed the care of the chicks vhen only several days and he stages of preparation before latching the New Library Two commtttees of each committee making separate have been to Raleigh to buy new books for Braswells school Elizabeth Elsie and Miss Ed na Melton went on Feb ruary and Marion Mar Martha and Miss Eilene Bone These new books e a welcome part went on Mon will certainly of our already pleasure filled Bicycle Reflector Tape On the Jay cees will send bicycle reflector tape to Braswell to be given to each student owivng a We hope all of the students will use ihis tape and be safe with their By the bicycle safety tests have come Al most everyonepassed and each oicycle owned received an Identi fication card to fill in with col license and other information about his This of course will help in the event that a bicycle Is lost or Circus At School Each every room gives an individual chapel Some times two or three rooms will get together and have one Even with three rooms about 90 stu dents will have This the primary all of them will give a There will WORRIED ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS Why Not Solve Your Money Problems WHh A Friendly Loan from TIMEPLAN FINANCE Remember To See Time Anytime You Need Money 112 Tarboro 24136 Rocky be about 250 children in and they wffi play parts of this the theyve got you name Rehearsals will be getting underway soon and in a month or so the circus will take over Teachers Workshop At Wednesday Brasrwell played host to Rocky Mounts school Workshop was held in the school All of the teachers scame to this meeting to discuss things and talk Back To School We Braswellites are glad to see Ginger Ryals back at Her hp which she injured while play ing on the school ground is much and we are all hoping that she can soon discard those crutches and be good as new NJght A The monthly meeting of Bras wells was held Thursday in the school audi The program was differ and do you know why The husbands of the officers took Also on the program was a skit Why Husbands Dont Attend directed by Art Those participating in this skit were Harold Wes Matt Henry John Alfred and Charles These fathers did a great job and gave a grand per SignOff thats it for this Be with us next week for another edi tion of SnasWell News and Call if you have any and dont forget to go to Sunday The BY GRADY VICK robin that visited our grounds last week certainly did not bring The two mild days brought out which are considered an unfaUing sign that spring has But the lone robin and the mar ble games quickly disappeared be fore the cold wind on Club Week The first week in each month could well be called our club Tuesday was the 4H Club day and the meeting was called to order by Elton vice After the routine opening exer Cox and Clark an nounced special events coming ui According to March will be a busy month for 4H Club In the separate meetings the girls studied room care and im provement and discussed dairy food The boys discussed wildlife con especially provisions for feeding and protection of Cox demonstrated a squirrel home and took orders for multi flora rose and lespedeza PTA Meet Despite the cold the PTA met Some 34 members and several visitors were The Clint Dunegan led the devotional The members of the PTA appre ciate the fact that even though he is a student at Southeastern Sem inary and pastor of Oak Level Bap tist he never fails to come for the devotional always bringing an excellent At the business funds were Voted for improving the base ball replenishing ball equip ment and restoring the basketball goals which were destroyed by the A hifi record was ordered to be used to supplement the music A substantial founders day contribution was Lois Dozier introduced the past of Maple Creek Methodist who used the A Life Worth emphasizing the part parents and teachers have to instill ideals in the young that will make life worth Substitute Teacher Miss the lunchroom sup was sick on so she brought Betty Joyce Thomp son to help her with the wo By the time lunch was finishe Batchelor became so sick wiii the that she had to go and Mrs Thompson took charge of the first and second sent entries to the King and Queen of Hearts contest at radio station in Rocky It would be nice if some one from our school would Invitations A poster from Nashville High School bearing the cre dentials for the annual Sweet hearts Ball in Nashville lias been on display all week on our bulletin Another this one from the president of the Whitakers student Johnnie to a dance there on Thursday night also has been acknowlecged on the We have heard several discuss ing plans to attend these dances on Saturday night and this past Thursday Bunny Flora Ann Faulk Jo Lynn Diane Price and Coak May are planning to attend a dance In Cherry Hotel in Wilson given by Mr and George Strickland of Bailey for their Campbell Tournaments Wayne Wayne Griffin and Jack Price attended the Campbell Tournaments at Campbell College in Buies Creek 4H Club The Red Oak 4H Club had the regular monthly 4H Club meeting in the auditorium on The vice Reginald presided at tihis After the pledge of allegiance to the Flag and the 4H Club pledge the group was lead in sing ing Jack Price was in charge of the devotional exer cises after which the minutes of the last meeting were read by se Violet Bill Nash County Assistant Farm called to the attention of the group the com ing of the observance of the Na tional 4iH March He also made some Important announcements concerning events of interest to 4H club The Nash County Talent Contest will be held in the Nashville High School auditorum on March the Dairy Contest will be March After these announcements the boys and girls separated for pro ject Jackie Nash County Assistant Home gave the girls an interesting demonstration entitled Care of Room and Room BUI Shackelford lectured and demonstrated to the Iboys on Build your Squirrels a TTrtrvnk Home Debating members of Martins uui a ayics class have enjoyed an inter esting debate in some classes this Al the part as well members taking as the audience have expressed how much they en joyed The debating was all over that an eighthour school with no required home should be The debating teams consisted of Affirmative Carolyn Barbara Douglas Gene Paul Frazier and Virginia The Negative side consisted of Fern Roger Coak Diane Price and alternate Johnny The chairman for this event was and the judges included George Mack Chappell and John which side he Negative Maybe the Affinmi tive side had a hard time convinc ing themselves that they would like to go to school eight hours a day instead of the regular six and a you cant blame can Meeing The Red Oak Chapter of the Fu ture Homemakers of America held the regular meeting inthe lunch room The group dis cussed plans for the Dance in and the BiCounty Rally in Spring Hope on March Beta Club The Beta Club members have been working like mad this week to get the Valentine edition of the school The o ready to sell Plans to attend the Beta dub Convention in March in Raleigh nave been the main topic of inter Basketball The Red Oak basketball teams and loyal fans journeyed over to Middlesex gym nasium Tuesday night for the last away conference game of the Our girls played a strong first quarter against the undefeated Middlesex sextette the final score was Flora Ann Faulfcnr lead our scoring with 23 The other Dorothy Mar garet Claudette Deans and Jo Lynn Faulkner helped with the total of 51 points We are sony lo learn that one of our starting Marie Gard will be unable to play any because of back the other starters were aid ed by Janet Pittman and Kathy The RO boys also bowed to the with a score of ie leading scorers for the Bobby Joseph Martin and Roger Boohe with and 10 respec Last night in the Red Oak gym sium ended the Conference Plav the 195758 basketball season as Benvenue was our guest During the half time John cakes were cakes Wil i v e cheerleaders Maybe wed be better mLhl the cheerleaders mothers to help finance a dance m the gym immediately following the eames for Benvenue The Red Oakers are looking to the Tournaments which will be m the Rcky Mount oft High Gymnasium next wepk ffort will be put display of good manship at the nior A r a ts We hope the cooperation et everyonei concerned will be Our pretty new trophy case would look even better with a beautiful new sportsmanship Juniors The junior class has been selling tickets galore for their supper which was Thursday The class sponsored everyones favor ite Fried Chicken and all the The decorations for the Banquet have arrived and the group will be busy in the monfch of Seniors The seniors are discussing plans for the senior play in March and a car washing Money must be made in order for bhe group to go on the annual trip to in The Bread Sale was a suc cess as all the bread was Intermediate 4H Kathy Intermediate 4H Club has another report from her The meeting was held Wednes day in the Auditorium and was called to order by Bill After the group was lead in singing America the Beauti Gail devotional leader read an inspjring poem and Bar bara Ann Griffin lead in Bill Shackelford gave the busi ness and announcements after which the group separated for pro ject The demonstrations were the same as the senior club Care of Room and Room Im provement and Build Your Squirrels a for the girls and boys by their Shackel ford and Jackie This quotation was taken the Civics Book at Red It is one by Thomas Blessed is he who has found work let him ask no other From Bassett School BY JOHN WELLS Valentines Day was I sincerely hope you had a nice It is a day for love gifts of flowers and candy rrainy of these gifts heartshaped as an expression of Tradition Valentines celebrated is a day for In old en young people gathered together in groups and chose spec ial friends i who or her yrioilti Our school has been busy all week getting ready for Valentines We have all been making and giving Our rooms and halls are decorated with brightly colored hearts and valen tine boxes were used in some of the All over the United schools celebrate tfliis and we are allowed tune from school work for that Special Tribute Given Two famous who are familiar to all school had birthdays in Thom as Edison was born and Abraham Lincoln was bom Special tribute was given to these famous and also to the children at Bassett who had birthdays last New Students Both first grades in our school increased in number last Dwight Connie came from West and Larry Hoffman came from They are in Finchs Miss Mc Glohon also has a new Phyllis who is from West One of our second grades has two new Dennis Strick from Battle and Gary from are in Sihearins Miss Holmes second grade is learning about postmen and how to write A pupil is leaving Colstons ihird She is Patricia Camp who has moved to We hate to see her Good luck in your new Patricia Margery Lancasters third and fourth graders are studying about the famous men and impor tant events of They have been drawing dra matizing stories and learning new songs about There is a new student in Miss Coopers fourth grade who came from West Her name is Betty They have been studying about Famous American of Other They have also enjoyed making valen tines and decorating their Assembly Program Fullers fifth grade have been busy working on a program for You will hear more about this A beautiful mini ature of Mount Vernon was made in Crawfords fifth Miss an Art student from East Carolina helped them make figures of Martha and George Washington and other peo ple to place on the Miss Watkins sixth grade tried finger painting for the first time this Quite a big mess was but we hope to do much better next One of the grade mothers brought a display of var ious articles from Japan on Wed They included kimo money and a piece of lava from a live These were sent her by an aunt of the writer of this article who is teach ing m Japan this Founders Day Observed Founders Day was observed at meeting on Thursday An interesting program was presented with and children An important election was held last when we had a real oldfashioned campaign and elec tion day for the new officers of our student The results of this election will be given to you m next weeks GraY Boys of Bassett v Valentine party at fte on Thursday even Everyone had a good time Playing games and Great Event The great Northern or cue Aurora caused quite a bit of excitement in our city and surrounding area on Mon day Some peonle that the red glow in sky came from a bis and some thought the sputniks were misbe Elm City High School BY PATSY FARMER Hi Here I am with a few of the lat est happenings around Elm City The teenettes met Monday night at the home of Rachel and Jean nette After the business session refreshments were served to Sheila Elnora Nancy Patsy Joyce Patsy Farmer Elaine Mary Lynn Sharpe and Claudia Joint Meeting The and the held a joint meeting last Brenda called the meeting to The pro gram was a panel discussion con cerning Some of those on the panel were Delores Donald Jettie Cary and Gloria The Beta Club met last week in Miss Bass home The pro gram was given by our superin It was an interesting program on the growth of our Participated In Drive Our school participated in tfie March of Dimes drive The entire school contributed The average per home room was Vance Pages sixth grade room was high with followed by Fred Davis eighth Freemans fifth Mark Pages seventh v Claude Winsteads fifth and Farmers eighth New York Trip The senior class has made plans for their trip to New York and They will leave here March stop for a short time in Washington and then go to New The seniors are really look ing forward to the The Key Club met Monday in The boys dis cussed plans for attending the Key Club convention in Frank John George Varnell and Eldon Strick land were elected to represent the Elm City High School At the close of the meeting refreshments were Short Notes Monday at activity period the seniors were called to the auditor ium to hear a talk by Fugate based on college entrance exami nations and Billie Jean appeared in the hair styling show held in the tenter Theater in Wilson last Elm City was supposed to pfey North Edgecombe Tuesday night but the game was cancelled be cause of a mix up in Alice OBriant returned to school Wednesday after being out for sometime with a leg injury which she received while playing See you again next week with more of latest happen BY JEWEL WHITLEY John MD of Park Hospital at Hocky will address the Parents and Teachers Association 13 at in the Bailey High School His subject is Escape From Heart Attacks and will use slides and mov ie film to illustrate his The invited to attend to be better informed on heart at tacks and The had its Father and Son Banquet Wednesday night in the school The purpose of this states advisor is for the boys to entertain their The boys invited as their guest their mem bers of male school local merchants who support the Making the invocation was the Lugar of the Mount Pleasant Their dinner was served by the 12th grade H Carol June Almeta Alma Leigh Linda Sue Weav Brenda Diane Sara Ruth Joan Joy and Jewel Following the dinner of barbe brunswich coffee and soft Adrian Mitchell welcomed the and Lewis sponsed to the Recogni tion of guests was by Jimmy Randall Hinton showed a film en titled White Lake The closing ceremonies were led by the Seniors will select their invita tion cards this The two classes will meet with Lee Blackwood and give him the num ber of Special Lesson Tuesday the seniors had a joint English class for a special lesson on how interview for a The interviewers who took time off from their job to demonstrate the correct way were Principal typ ing teacher head of Personnel Employment agency at Wilson and Bailey Students participation were Shirley Melba Eat Adrian Faye Sue and Alma Leigh A Valentine sponsored by was held in the school cafeteria Saturday A secret until that the King and Queen of Valentine were announc ed by president of Sue Runnersup were Lynda Strickland and Jeff King and Queen were Lewis Williams and Jewel Sue crowned each with a silver crown and pre sented a gold key chain to the king and a silver bracelet to the From Spring Tope we had sever al Bobby Kermitte Annie Pearl Jakie Frances Lamm and her Tommy Edwards and Wi enjoy having you with us at ow Decorations for the dance wer4 fixed by Janet Itfndi Strickland and Sue was given the task of climbinj the ladder to tie the valentines t the Ann Brock was social chairman in charge of tickets and and Dean Whicker Janet Weaver was 16 years old last She had several of her girl friends over for a slumber They were Linda Lynda Diane Sara and Sue Some of her friends are warning us for she is getting her drivers After the Valentine Dance Sat urday Lynda Strickland at tended a birthday dance for Mar ilyn Severn in Formal Luncheon The second period home eco nomics girls have planned a for mal luncheon February 28 in the home economics Guests will be and Weaver and Miss Edith Fann The first period girls plan te serve a formal supper March 4 and their guests will be Mh and what a cold school Ev eryone was wearing heavy coats to The heating system broke tha night Many classes assem bled in the cafeteria and sang songs led by the music Helen By the second period the building was and students returned to Miss Idolia Oglesby is letting her students teach differenttypes of letters in her English II A Wednesday Robert Raybtp began his practice teaching in math at His home is in He is now attending lantic Christian College in Wil Sick List On the sick list in school ara Jane Robert and Barbara Nell Jane is in the Carolina General Hospital in Wilson where they operated on her Robert has been in th4 Memorial Hospital at Chapel Barbara Nell hurt her eye playing You should see the new crew cuts two of our star basketball Jimmy Dew and Fres They Carlton Donnie Jerry Bissett and others on team by wearing this Tha style looks quite cute but very cold Bonds NEW 15 HI In dustrials Surged ahead this wfeelr to lead the corporate bond mar ket higher on gov ernment bonds long range issues leading tha The corporate advance was on somewhat smaller but there was no mistaking the brisk upward pace of New 195758 highs were set Thursday and Friday by this of the AP index of 60 represenbativo a convenient guide to mar ket Trading for the week amounted to par Value on the New York Stock com pared to last week and for the corresponding week in Following industrials on the up ward path were investment qual ity issues and foreign dollar Rails were steady while utilities drifted 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