February 17-23, 1952 

Judge Allen H. Gwyn, a candidate for the state Supreme Court, told a statewide meeting of Credit Women's Breakfast Clubs that "while financial credit and monetary purchasing power are important and must be preserved, it is even more important to build character credit." 

Gwyn was the principal speaker at the annual meeting of the State Board of Credit Women's Breakfast Clubs, held this year at the Belvedere Hotel in Reidsville. About 150 representatives of 27 clubs attended. 

Mrs. Mary James of Reidsville, president of the state association, introduced Judge Gwyn. 

"We must build individuals who are dependable," Gwyn said in his address. "We must protect individual rights and maintain a strong balance of the spiritual purchasing power of the self-reliant citizen." 

Three faiths - Jewish, Catholic and Protestant - were represented by speakers at the Reidsville Kiwanis Club's annual observance of National Brotherhood Week. The speakers were Rabbi Sincha Kling of Greensboro, Catholic layman James Gardner of Spray and the Rev. W. E. Coates, pastor of Baptist Temple in Reidsville. ... As guest speaker at a meeting of the combined Parent-Teacher Association in Reidsville, Eugene Pfaff, professor of history at Woman's College in Greensboro, spoke about the urgency of maintaining strong international relations. Pfaff is past executive secretary of the Southern Council of International Relations. ... The Reidsville Jaycees conducted a scrap paper drive on Sunday. Proceeds from the drive will be used to buy equipment for the new Courtland Park recreation area. 

Roy Searcey's 22 points led the way as Draper High raced past Madison 52-24 to win the Rockingham County Class A basketball elimination tournament held at Wentworth. In a consolation game, Wentworth edged Stoneville 44-40. ... Elsewhere on the basketball court, the White Oak YMCA in Greensboro edged Leaksville YMCA 63-62 despite 28 points by Leaksville's Hoover. ... Reidsville firemen quickly extinguished a fire inside a produce truck owned by Charlie Atkins parked on Market Street. The fire started when a small oil burner, used to protect the produce against freezing, overturned and ignited some boxes of produce. 

At the grocery: Red Band enriched flour, 10 pounds, 99 cents. 

At the bank: Savings banks are paying 2 percent interest on deposits.

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