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Gone, But Not Forgotten
Two members of the D. D. ilidnight
Club—J. D. Herring and C. T. Funder-
bunk—left a few days ago for Ports
mouth, Va., where they have a position
with the government. Of course the>
will visit the Land of Plenty-Balti'
more—before the first of July. We wis
them much success.
MISS HARRIS AND HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
Francisco, by way of Philadelphia, Pitts
burgh, Omaha, Denver, Cheyenne, Salt
Lake City, and Reno. It is the longes
continuous road in the world, being 3284
miles long. ^ ^
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Minty, 9%-lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lee Beam, 6%-l •
girl, Virginia Blanche—May 29.
I .c 1,' V Cross 7-lb. boy,
Mr. and Mrs. t. r-
John Bain—May 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mackman, 8/4-1 •
girl—June 3. lu
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Ellison, 9%-l •
boy, C. L., Jr.—June 6. , o
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland Scott,
a son, Wm. Orlander, 5 lbs.—June 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Snuggs, a son
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sappenfield, 7-lb.
In the afternoon, from six-thirty to
eight-thirty, there are games, and exer
cising with the various apparatus on
the playgrounds. The Victory gardens
are also to be worked by the boys, and
there will be folk dancing for both boys
The Library is open on Saturday after
noons regularly, from four-thirty to five-
thirty, so the children may have the op
portunity of taking out books.
The parents who are not sending their
children to the playground are unwit
tingly depriving their little ones of a
most delightful and helpful portion of
Mrs. W. F. Dotson and Mrs. L.
Dermid, from Hendersonville. N. C., • j
Geo. F. Lewis and Misses Selma
Etta Lewis, from
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Dots
Mrs. H. C. Nash is on an exten
visit to her sister. Mrs. F. R. Burnet^^
in Cleveland, Ohio. While
will also visit Mr. and Mrs. A.
ville, in Pittsburgh, formerly of
Mrs. Z. Z. Hadley and sons, Clare"
Jeb, Jr., and Charles, have
Ellerbe Springs, to spend a fev- «
with Mrs. Hadley’s father, Dr.
Davis, at his summer home.
Mr. Carl Milton, who is
reclamation department, for
commencement exercises at W a
est, of which he is an alumnus.
Miss Effie Lee Martin, of /
N. C., left a few days ago, after »
ing three weeks with her sister, •
J. R. Manly.
Mr. J. W. Frazier has returneU^^^ (C
a trip to Baltimore, whither he ''
look over the fall line of clothml?
With the Kiddies
The playground work for the summer
is well under way, being conducted by
Miss Isabel Vann, and it is worth any
body’s time to stop for a little while in
the pavilion park, and see what a jolly,
interesting time the kiddies are having.
The morning session—from nine to
eleven—is devoted to games and plays,
and the telling of stories both by the
children and by Miss Vann. Handiwork
is also to be a part of the morning pro-
MISS UMSTEAD'S ROOM