December 30, 1951-January 5, 1952
One thousand copies of the "Rockingham County Home Demonstration Cookbook" have been sold so far, Home Demonstration Agent Marian Bullard reported.
The book, containing 440 recipes contributed by Home Demonstration Club members, went on sale in time for the Christmas season. Bound in a blue washable cover, it sells for $2. It is illustrated with pen and ink sketches by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frederick, artists of Wentworth.
Reidsville radio station WFRC became an affiliate of the American Broadcasting Company on Jan. 1, station manager Steve Woodson announced. ... Ralph Hodgin of Greensboro, a professional baseball player since 1935, has been named manager of the Reidsville Luckies baseball team in the Carolina League. ... Richard C. Oldenburg is the new executive and program secretary of the Spray YMCA, moving to Spray from Chapel Hill where he graduated from UNC with a degree in recreation and sociology.
A goal of $19,000 has been set for the 1952 March of Dimes drive in Rockingham County. ... Ed A. Gunn has been elected chairman of the Reidsville District, Cherokee Council, Boy Scouts of America. He succeeds Dr. William S. Hester, who was chairman for three years. ... H.J. Grouse has been assigned to the Leaksville area as state highway patrolman following the transfer of Paul Smith to the western part of the state.
At the movies: Gary Cooper in "You're in the Navy Now."
Ride in comfort: 1952 Buick Special four-door, $2,285.