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This week in history – July 10, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •Johnson Cotton Company of Louisburg advertises it will demonstrate a Brantford Tobacco looper next week at the J.T. Daniel Farm four miles north of Rolesville on U.S. 401 at...
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This Week In History – July 3, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •Leaflets distributed to polling places in Franklin County criticized candidates for governor and state offices for catering to black voters. Signed, only with The Franklin...
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This Week In History – June 26, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •The Wake Forest Rural Fire Department has a new, $14,400, pumper truck with exterior controls, a 750-gallon per minute flow and 500 gallon booster tank. It replaces the 1942...
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This Week in History – June 19, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •Two Wake Forest boys have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout — James Warren and Ricky Timberlake. The presentation was made by Troop 5 Scoutmaster J.L. Warren, Saponi District...
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This week in history – June 12, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •Wake County commissioners are resolved to hire a county manager. Until now, the administrative duties for running the county government have been handled by Commissioner...
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This Week in History – May 29, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •S&W Chevrolet of Wake Forest is building a new chassis for a fire truck for Rolesville, which is expanding its fire department. Alexander Welding Company of Raleigh will...
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This Week In History – May 22, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •Dance teacher Louise Norman Williams presents Carolinas in the Morning, a revue of her students at the Castle Theatre. Performances in the all-day revue include Dew Drop,...
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This Week In History – May 15, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •Dr. W.L. Poteat, president emeritus, is finishing his 51st year as professor of biology and 62nd year since he entered Wake Forest College as a student. When he entered in...
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This Week In History – May 8, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •Eighty-seven men are now employed by the federal Civil Works Administration (CWA) on the Wake Forest College campus. The college allotment is $1,505 a month. Half work in...
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This Week In History – May 1, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •The ninth intentionally set area fire was quickly put out by students last week at the Hunter dorm on the Wake Forest College campus. College officials have hired a special...
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This week in history – Apr. 24, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •A large clock has been given to Wake Forest College to be set in the front of the administration building. The self-winding electric clock is the gift of W.H. Deitrick, who...
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This Week In History – Apr. 17, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1924 •New streets topped with crushed stone are being added at the rear of the Wake Forest College administration building due to traffic issues. Driveways to the north and south...