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VOLUMN LXI. LOUISBUBO, *. 0., FRIDAY, JULY 4TH., 1930 (8 Pages) NUMBER 20
At County Convention In
H. W. Perry Made Chairman of Cek
tmUoi ? Delegates Electee' For
State Congressional aad JadMal
CoaeefctSeaa ? Convention Marked'
A moat harmonious meeting of the
County Convention for Franklin
County waa held in the court house
ln.Loulsburg Saturday morning with
representatives from all townthlpa
rresent. The formalitias of opening
waa 800n dispensed with by Chair
man EL H. Mai one. of the County
Executive Committee, who after ex
plaining the objects and dutlea of the
Convention called Mr. H. W. Perry
and A. f. Johnson aa temporary chair
man and- Secretary respectively, im
mediately following which the tem
porary organization waa made -per
A motion prevailed authorizing
those present from townships* not pre
senting formal lists of-"delegates to
represent such townships.
Upon roll call llsta of delegates and
also of the Executive Committee were
handed in fronr seven of the ten
townships and were M follows:
Dunns?EL R. Richardson, J. O. Wil
liams, J. F. Perry, B, S. Pace, H. H.
Beddlngfield, C. T. Moody, J. W. Perry,
Zollie Pearce, W. A:: Mullen, F C.
Poole, Mrs. C. C. Pippin, Mrs. Dr. B.
C. Johnson, Mrs. H. H. Hobgood.
Harris?W. M. King, O. H. Hag
wood. Sambo Hagwood, J. J. Young.
YoungsvlUe?C. C. Winston, E. L.
Green, R. N. Mitchell, C. P. Green, S.
EL Pearce, Dr. J. C. Freeman, M. S.
Perry, W. 0. Roberts, B. H. Patterson,
H. M. Green, S. C. Eaves, Paul Strick
Franklinton?H. R. Parrlsh, J. H.
Wider, W. L. Lumpkin, M. W. Hardy,
Dr. S. C. Ford. Qeo. GlUlam, F. G.
Ranks, T. J. Jackson, A. B. Cooke, I.
H. Kearney, C. S. Williams, Mrs. C. S.
Williams. Mrs. G. W. Gilliam, Mrs. H.
H. Ulley, Mrs. M. W. Hardy, Mrs. W.
L. Lumpkin, Mrs. A. S. Joyner, Miss
Claire Kearney, Miss Mary Sxum
Rose, Miss Annie Wester, H. C. Kear
ney, J. 0. Pnrnell, L. C. Wheeler.
Sandy Creek?no lists.
Gold Mine?no Hats.
? Cedar Rock?T. W. Stokes, W. 0.
Stone, W. R. Fulghum, G. B. H. Stal
lings, T. W. Boone, 0. S. Earp, R. H.
Layton, T. A. Collie, G. T. Inscoe, C.
T. Dean, H erman Dickens, G. B.
Smith, J. J. Wolfe.
Cypress Creek?A. E. Splrey. R. L.
Harris, W. H. Delbridge, E. B. Moore,
alternates?J. EJ. Wilder, EL V. Stone,
Arthur Strickland. C. M. Moore.
Louisburg?B. N. Williamson, EL F.
Griffin, B. B Maasenburg. J. EL Ma
lone, H. W. BerVy, J, L- Palmer, C. T.
Hudson, H. A. Matthews, A. F. John
son, E. C. Perry, -Malone. J. P.
Tlmberlake, W K. Strange, H. B. Per
ry, N. M. Perry. S, E. Wilson. 8. P
Boddle, Mrs. A. B. Perry, Mrs. H. W.
Perry. Mrs. J. W, Mann. Mrs. D. F.
McKlnne, B. N. Williamson. W. A.
Jones, C. K. Cooke, B. T. Holden, Mrs.'
D. G. Pearce, J. J. Beaaley, A S.
Moore, W. W. Neal. M. S Stamps.
W. Ford, A. ?. Fldming.
The regular ord?r of business eras
taken np and nominations were cal-.
led for delegates to the State Congres
sional and Judicial Conventions: .
The following were elected dele
gates and alternates to the Btate Con
vention to be held at Raleigh Thurs
day. July 3rd, 1930:
Dunne?J. M. Stalling*. J. O. Wll
Ilasm. Alternates?H. H. Bedding
field, J. R. Parry.
Harris?W. M. King delegate and
H. T. Rogers alternate.
Youngsvllle?G. N. Stall, J. B. Perry
delegates and C. O. Winston and B. L.
' Franklinton?W. L. Lumpkin, J. H.
Wilder, M. W. Hardy, Gdorge Gilliam,
'delegates and C. L. McGhee. Dr. 8. C.
E'ord, H. R. Parrlsh and M. D. Wilder
Hayetville?L. O. Fra?ler, delegate,
R. a. Winn. Jr., alterMUe.
Sandy Creek?J. Z. Terrell, dale
gate, and J. H. joyner alternate. H
Gold Mine?W. D. Fuller, delegate,
and J. H. Wood, alternate.
Cedar Rock?O. B. H. Stalling*. T.
W. Boon* delegates, and W. R. Ful
ghum and O. S Earp, alternates.
Cypress Creek?A. Strickland dele
gate and R. L. Harris alterants.
Loelabnrg ?Hill Tarborough. C. T.
Hudson. BL H. Malone, J. R. Collie
and B. B. Maaeenburg delegates, Wm.
W. Meal. H. W. Perry, J. W. Strang*.
John Hedgepeth and Mrs. H. W. Parry
Upon motion alt democrats from
Franklin County wishing to attend
the Stat* Convention were Invited to
sit with the delegates and participate
In the deliberations and voting the
strength of the County.
A motion naming the delegates and
alternates to the State Convention,
Jod'olai Convention* prevailed. -
1'pon motion K. H. Malone was di
rected to draft resolution* 'relative to
roads and eghools looking to ? reduc
tion in tag a* discussed eel agreed
upon, to b* presented to Franklin
County's ntxt representative and tba
On Friday night, June 27, at a meet
lug of delegates from all organisa
tions and churches of Lonisburg, the
Community Relief Organsation of
Louisburg was formed, Its purposes
and means being planned and started
at this meeting- Key. a L. Blanton,
pastor of the Loidsburg Baptist
Church, was elected president of the
Organsatlon; W. R. Mills, suiperln
teadent of the MM# High School and
president of the Loulsburg Klwanls
Club, vice-president and chairman Of
the Investigation Committed, the re
maining members pf which are Mrs.
W. B. White and Dr. H. H Johnsonr
F. J. Beasley, treasurer; and Mrs. H.
W. Perry, secretary.
The Investigation Committee of
the organization has, as Us function,
to co-operate with the County Wel
fare department In work and Investi
gation of cases which they report to
a sub-committee of one of the various
organizations of the town. The or
ganization to whose committee the
case is reported is determined large
ly on the fact as to whieh organiza
tion the people involved iu the case
were affilliated most in life. If the
person or people were of a certain de
i p.f-mination they would be reported to
(the committee of such denomination;
If he were a Mason, a member of the
Junior Order, Klwanlan, or the like,
be is reported to the committee of
such organization. If, however, any
one or two organizations sbonld be
overworked, the Community Relief Or
ganization, as a whole, would take
ever some of the cases. The duty of
the Bub-committees of the various or
ganizations is to secure clothing,
food, money, and any supplies abso
lutely necessary , to carry on life,
which work shoifld be done upon im
mediate notice. The work of the
Relief Organization and committees
is being began now in order that it
may bp ab'e to lake over the work
in the fall and winter when help is
The organizations of Louisburg rep
resented at the meeting and their del
egates were as follows: Methodist
Church. Mrs. W. B White. M. 8. Da
vis; Baptist Churth, Mrs. F. W. Whe
iesa, W. R. Mlllsi Episcopal Church,
Rev. J. D. Miller; Kiwanis Club, Dr.
a H. Johnson. JOr.-K.-Q. Perry. F. J,
Beasley, Rev. S. L. Blanton; Masons,
Haywood White; Junior Order, K. L.
Llles; American Legion and Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary, Mra H. W. Per-'
ry; Parent-Teacher Association, Mrs.
A. W. Person; County Welfare De
partment, Superintendent E. C. Perry.!
Only two of the above named organi
zations have in their programs of
work such as forma that of the Relief
Organisation. The Klwanls Club and
the American Legion Auxiliary have
working organisations In ChM wel-i
fare and rehabilitation; the"Wwants,
the underprivileged child, and the
American Legion Auxiliary, the dis
abled ex-service men and their child
This Community Relief Organization
should meet the approval of every
citizen of Lonlsburg. who should re
spond earnestly to render service to
their Immediate organisation or
church. The success or failure of
such an organisation, that la zo
sorely needed at auch pressing times,
depends greatly apon the response by
the people of the community to
work sad eervioe.
Mr. T. K. Stockard
At a meeting of the Board of town
Commissioners held on Friday night,
Jifne 20th Mr. T. K. Stockard was
elected Clerk to Ml the vacancy
caused by Mr. Green's leave.
The selection Is considered ? most
llicky one as Mr. Stockard la fully
qualified in every way to fill It to
First Cotton Bloom
v '?* > j r- r
Mr. 0. R. Radford, who Uvea et the
eld Marshall piece near Louishurg,
brought in the first cotton bloom for
the 1?20 season on 8 on day, Jane Wth.
n was a white hlooip. He reported
that this field of cotton' Wee pleated
on the first day of April and gives
promise of a pretty good yield.
Legislature. The reeolation follows:
The Democrats of Franklin Couaty
la Conrentloa duly assembled, being
mindful of the harden of taxation on
lands snd feeling that tjrla burden
rhould be reduced and more evenly
tlstrlbuted do heyvby Resolve:
First. That every eeenomy sensible
and not InconststeAt with the welfare
of the Ante and County, be practiced
In the administration of all govern
Second. That every effort should
be exerted to the end that the State
take over the financing of the etx
months pot>tle school term.
Third. That a more effective and
tponcmlcal unit or system of con*
struction df public roads be adopted
whereby convict labor can be need
Fourth. That theee reeoluttoas bo
of Franklin County In the General
bly of North Carolina.
BOY SCOUTS AT CAMP
Fifteen local boys, members of the
Boy Scoot Troop No. Two, hare
in camp at the Occoneechee Scout
Camp neaf Raleigh since Sunday.
June II The scouts will be back
The Osconeechee Oamp is know*
as Camp Craggy and scouts at pres
ent are attending it from Raleigh,
Durham. Henderson and Loulsburg..
The boy* from here are headed by
their Scoutmaster. D. H. HoUMay
who wlfl spend the entire two
with them while they are away.
The boys Are getting In
derfnl tre'nlng under the camp staff
that the camp now has. The Oamp
Director la Claud Humphreys who la
f Iso Scout Ex ecu tire of the Occonee
chee Council which was organised
the Bret of this year and which Is
made up of fire counties, Wales. Dur
ham, Granrille, Franklin a?d Tanee.
Mr. Humphreys is being assisted by
Fred Dixon, assistant scoutmaster of
Troop Ten of Raleigh and a
with six years experience.
Charles Duncan, student at
Forest is in charge of the
sports. Mr. Duncan ia a member of
the American Red Cross Life Baring
Corps and is a senior life saving ex
aminer. Bill Dunaway, also of Ral
eigh, ia in charge of the athletics at
the camp such as boxing;
baseball and track.
One of the most interesting things
the boys have been doing in -the camp
during their stay there has been the
construction of cement flower pota
and lawn benches under the direction
[ of Scout J. B. Hunt of Raleigh- and
the erection of a rock council ring
under the direction of Fred Dixon
and Harry TjVood.
Much interest has also been mani
fested by the local scout* in learning
how to row a boat and paddle a canoe.
This work is being headed by scouts
Harry Wood and Bill Land of Raleigh.
Regular bead loom work instruction
has been given the scouts by Scout
Thomas Adams of Raleigh and mak
rt leather vests by Eagle Scout James
Porter, also of Raleigh.
Much Interest has also been taken
in the nightly camp ' tire programs
that are always full of interest for
those taking part and those looking
on. The campflre programs are un
der the direction of Harry Wood.
Evening Vesper services are con
ducted daily by pastors of various
Raleigh churches and on Sigidays by
members of the senior camp' staff.
During the Sunday services, the scouts
ere called upon for sentence praper.
Vaylous other activities are also In
cluded la the dally and weekly pro
grams such as parties snd baseball
games with the residents In the 6amp
The boys attending the camp from
here are Allen Cobb, William Cherry,
Kenneth,. Davis, Al Hodges, Jr., Ben
T. Holden. Jr., Oary Howard, Jr..
Glenn Hudson, Reuben Kisbell, Dick.
Parrish, Henry Pergarsod, James Per
son, Jack Roigse, Joseph Tonkel, Ray
field Wall, and Ernest Weaver.
Cotton Dusting Demonstration
Members of tbo Franklin County
Fsrm Board and teachers of Agricul
ture are making an effort to hold a
cotton dusting demonstration In the
Gold Sand and Hdward Beat school
districts sometime during the coming
'reek?probably on Thursday or Fri
day. These demonstrations will be
held In some place which will be most
corenlsnt for those who want to ob
serve It Is planned to hare a special
ist 'from State College at these dem
onstrations. Those Interested In boll
weevil control tbotJM be able to gain
much valuable information. Further
Information may be secured from
the Oold Sand and Edward Best dis
Kpaom 4H Club
A large number of the Epsom IH
club members were present at the
meeting held at Mrs. T. C. GUI's on
Thursday afternoon. The pictures
begun at the last meeting were fin
ished and then camp dlsciassed very
Vigorously. About twelve have en
rolled for camp from our club and we
are expecting a big time.
Most delicious refreshments were
thea eerved by Mra. T. C. Gill and
Mrs. H. F. Mitchell Joint hostess of
the afternoon assisted by several of
Capon!slag demonstrations will be
held in the Edward Best High School
district on Friday July 11. Capons
have been bringing n good price end
these demonstrations are being put,
On by the Cedar Rock-Cypress Creek
Poultry Association In order to show
how the surplus young cockerels can
be raised and sold aa capons
Mian Caldwell. FraaMln County
Home Agent, has secured Mr. C. F.
Parrtah, a poultry specialist from
State College to conduct the dem
onstrations. The foHewlag schedule
Hickory Rock-White level I a. ml
BAward Best 19:M a. m.l Justice 1:09
pi m.; Seven Paths 1:99 p. m All
demonstrations win be held et school
The man Who believes be baa hou
M.ty copyrighted never fools anybody
but himself. 1
Petitions Tor Tax
Relief To Be Signed
By Voters Saturday |
Convenient tq each ot the ten poll*
of Franklin County, copies of the two
petitions as drawn la Greensboro
Tuesday by the North Carolina Tax
Payers Association will fee available
Saturday for the signatures of all
Franklin Tax Payers. The Petition
to the governor requests e special
aeeeion of the legislature Immediate
ly following the election hi Novem
ber for the sole purpose of retfovfog
real property of its present heavy tax
tardea. The Petition to (he Legisla
ture requests that laws be enacted
to distribute more equitably tax har
dens, and that the State finance t(ie
?fx months school and the public
roads and bridges.
"Franklin County Taxpayers, like
those of every other county of the
State, will have these petitions pro
arnted to the people," said W. W.
Neal, Chairman, who has Just return
ed from the Greensboro Convention,
"and I hope that every citizen living
In Franklin County will come oiu
and do his duty Saturday by pntttng
hie name upon this petition as welt
as a cross mark by the name of the
fcest candidate of the second primary."
High School League
Elects Officers I
a recent meeting of the Frank
County High School League held
In Snpt. Best's office, Mr. G. B. Har
ris, Supt. of Fmkllnton Schools was
ele'cted president The Frankllrfton
High School won the High School
League Trophy Cup last session for
best all-round performance in the
Ldsgue activities. Under Supt. Harris
leadership the High School League
la! expected to make much progress.
The other officers elected C. L. Bow
en, of Bunn High School, vice-pres
ident; J. J. Wclfe, Edward Best High
School, secretary: and F. U. Wolfe,
Gold Sand High School, treasurer.
The Franklin County High School
League has worked out a complete
annual program which will be pub
lished at an early date.
Mr. Dink Perry Dead
>> Funeral services for Mr. Dink Perry
who died Friday morning June 27th
after a long spell of sickness at his
home at Justice were held Saturday
rfternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment
was made in the church cemetery near
hy. The services were conducted by
Rev. A. Carey pastor of Duke Memor
ial Baptist church assisted by Rer.
Furney Wheeler who paid many com
pliments of his true christian life.
Mr. P*rry was the son of Mr. Billie
Percy of Justice. He was 41 years,
two 'months sod yttn days old and Is
survived by three brothers GUIs and
Richard Perry of Justice and Thomas
Perry of C as talis besides a host of
friends and relatives.
Mr. Perry was a splendid citiken, a
good neighbor, and will be greatly
missed by the many who knew him.
He has been a perfect invalid since
To the bereaved family, relatives
and friends. Wq offer tenderest sym
rathy and lot*, and pray that He who
Is too wise to err will bind up the
broken hearts and heal the wounded
The funeral was largely attended
by friends of the family and the floral
tribute was especially pretty.
Children's Day At Centerville
The Centervllle Baptist church an
i ounces the special obserrance of
Children's Day Sunday morning, j?gjr
6, hi 10 a. m. A special program has
been prepared and a cordial lnvlta
tien Is extended to everyone.
Rev. J. D. Miller, rector St. Pan!'*
episcopal church announcee there
will be no services at his church next
Sunday and requests his congregation
to attend the union services at the
Baptiet church at the evening service.
Asnoag others seeding in cotton
blooms the past week were the follow
P. M. Brummltt near the four
bridges, white bloom on Monday. ?
Lewie Daniels, colored living on
Lone Oak farm one on Tueeday, July
Mrs. J. B. Land, of Harris township,
sent tn a red bloom Tueeday. July let.
Mr. Robt. Jeffreys, of Dnans town
ship brought In a red bloom Tuee
J. S. Howell brought In a white
bloom from farm No. 13, on Tueeday.
Howell D. Wester, near Maplevtlle.
brought tn a white bloom Wednesday.
>. J. Leonard, of weer White Level.
*nt lB a white bloom Wednesday.
Wlllfe Macon, colored, neat Louls
t>vrg sent la a white "bloom Wsdnes
Xaeth Steed, colored, near Loots-1
'erg. sen* In a pod bloom Wednesday.
?A. J. Jones. 41 Buna, seat In a red
aula May, Cedar Rock township
>?eurht In a wb*b bloom Wednesday
Sidney iMylor. oelored. of mMf
'teg* township. briught lb a red
? loom Thursdays "
2252 Cars Cross Bridge
Badger Joyner won the prize, one
hundred risiting cards, offered by Mr.
J. T. Howard, for guessing nearest
t|ie jtnmber of cars that crossed Tar
HItST bridge at Louisburg Sunday be
tween the hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m.
The exact number crossing the bridge
was 2252. His guess was 2251.
The contest was quite interesting
attracting many to the scene of count
ing ail through the day and a good
number ot guesses were recorded
ranging from 551 the lowest to 4900
the highest. Many of onr citizens
were, interested, in renting- the score
up, but it wih to Mr. C. F. Cash that
credit for the largest number of trips
was recorded. He made even fifty
cresses during these housr.
It will be interesting to note that
the point of count was on highway
56 and the only bridge across Tar
Rivsr in Louisburg. It shows the
traffic the bridge has te accommo
date and the amount of traffic on this
popular highway, both of which will
no doubt be of interest to Mr. John
Sprunt Hill, Highway Commissioner
for this District.
Mr. Howard is being commended
for this strategic pfece of lnitiative
Re-nnlon 115th F. A.
Raleigh, N. C. July 2. The Re
union Committeet?f the 113th F. A.,
30th Division, A. E. F? has selected
Angust 15 and 16, 1920, as the time,
j'Dd Fort Bragg N. C? as the place for
the Second Triennial Reunion of the
r?th F. A.. This famous regiment
was organiped after war was de
clared in 1917 and was more than 99
per rent Tar Heel in personnel. H
had units in Raleigh, Durham, Wash
ington. New Bern, Wilmington,
Wadesboro, Monroe, Moores
rllle, and Lenoir, with detachments
from Corfcord, Winston-Salem, Kau
napol.s and other towns. The regi
ment was commanded by Colonel Al
bcr L. Cox, of Raleigh.
The reunion this year will be the
regiment's second get-together. The
first was held at Fort Bragg In 1927
with our 300 in attendance. The
113th F. A., N. C. N. G., successor and
name-sake of the old regiment, will be
In camp at Fort Bragg at this time
and the young soldiers will be hosts
tc the veterans.
There win be no cost to the veter
ans except a registration tee of $3.00
which pays for meals and lodging for
two whole days. Arrangements have
been made to take care of all who
come and every man who served in
the regiment during the World War
Mrs. 4. D. Conn Dead
On Sunday night about one o'clock
May 19, 1930 the death angel stooped
down and softly touched the brow of
Mrs. A- D. Conn.
The deceased had been In bad
health Tor several years but her deatn
came at a great shock at it was so
She was a great lover of home, a
devoted wife, a kind mother, and a
good neighbor and friend to all. She
was a christian woman who got much
pleasure in being witness for hei
Savior. She felt as If she hadnt ever
cone enough for her friends, having
a willing hand to help aid anything
she could. She leaves to mourn their
Joss besides her husband. Andrew
Conn, four children. Mattte Lee, Lin
wood, Willie and Aron Conn, a moth
er, Mrs. W. D. Wester, one sister Mrs.
George Fuller, of Henderson, one
brother Mr. Bennie Wester, of near
Hickory Rock church. She joined
Saints Delight Free Will Baptist
church at an early age where she re
mained a consistent member until
her death. The funeral aervicas were
held at the home on Tuesday af
ternoon conducted by her pastor Rev.
C. H. Denton. The interment was
msds in the family cemetery. The
pallbearers were J. W. Weaver, F. H
Sledge, W. C. Bartholomew, P. D.
Weeter, Joe Bobbltt and Jessie Bur
Kind and tender expressions wer?
shown by the many friends in attend
ance. The floral tribute was profuse
PLAT BOCK B. T. P. 0.
President In charge.
Hymn?Give of your best to the
Hymn?I'll go where You want me
Bible Leader's Quia
Qroup Captain In charge?Group 1.
Scripture Readings?Thelma Rob
erte. Claire Layton and Joseph Hart.
Extension a Practical means of
How msy members be "Heated?"?
Hymn?Help Somebody Today
Expansion Properly Directed?
FiXpaudop Applied?Johnson Perry.
President in charge.
Hymn?Day is Dying In the West.
The public cordially Invited tojtp
pi stent at 1:40 o'clock Bunday.
h. \ ,
Home-made happiness Is likely to
last longer than the kind yaw buy.
E. H. MALONE RE
? . ? i
Democratic Executive Com
mittee Franklin Comity
It Xeetfmg Satgrdnj?of
ffemmlttee Reqeestet/ To Loot Into
ir of Toting Rweteots and Fre
Tor o Coif to MfM Wmmm
With seven out of tho in voting
precincts in Frank]hi Cooaty imii.
sented ot the meeting el tho Demo
cratic Executive Committee fill I oipliij
E. H. Melon# was re-elected choir
moo without opposition and A. F.
Johnson was re-elected Secretary.
' The meeting was called to adder
and the objects of the meeting stated
by Chairman Malone and. the foOow
lng townships were represented:
Dunns, Harris, Younggvllle, fraaklin
ton. Cedar Rock, Cypress Creek and
B. N. Williamson was called to the
chair when time arrived for nomina
te >nr [or officers for the ensuing year.
The elections were unanimous and
much enthusiasm prevailed.
Chairman A. F. Johnson, of the
Boaiu of Elections of Franklin Coun
ty called the attention of the mem
bers to the present unsatisfactory
conditions existing at several of the
voting precincts, mostly because of
too much registration for one pre
cinct and too small quarters for the
operation of tlj^ new law. He re
quested all of them to ascertain what
their people in their respective re
cincts wanted in regard to a change
or a division, and be prepared to re
vise the Board of Elections at a joint
meeting of the Executive Committee
and the Board of Elections to be held
in the near future.
Upon motion M. W. Hardy and E.
H. Malene were appointed a commit
tee to draft suitable resolutions upon
the recent death of Mr. A. S. Joyner,
a popular and faithful member of this
body. The resolutions follow.
Whereas we the members ot the
Democratic Executive Committee of
Franklin County feel most deeply the
loss of the fellowship and counsel of
the late A. 8. Joyner ot Franklinton,
ST. C. who was so long a loyal and
valued member of this committee, and
whereas: We desire to express to the
family of Mr. Joyner our sympathy
now therefore Be It Resolved: That
we as individuals and as members ot
this Committee do hereby tender to
the bereaved family of our beloved
fiiend and fellow member, our deep
est sympathy and sincere hope that
God in his tender mercy may solace
and sustain them in this hour of tbetr
Be it further Resolved thgj. a copy
of these resolutions he given for pub
lication and transmitted to the tasaity
ot the late Mr. Joyner.
The following Is the new townshif
executive committees as reverted, to
the County Contention Satur
day, including the HayesvtNe, Sandy
Creek and Sold Mine committees
that were not sent In, hot using the
cM lists. The chairman of e?sh com
mittee Is named first and Is a mem
ber of the County Committee:
Dunns?J. F. Perry, J. O. Williams,
J. M. Stailings, H. H. Beddlngfleld.
t R. Richardson. Mrs. C. C. Pippin,
Mrs. Dr. B. C. Johnson. Mrs. J. M.
Stalllngs, Mrs. J. F. Perry. Miss Luis
Harris?jr. B. King, J. H. Puller, J.
J. Young. R. T. Harris. W. R. Rogers,
Miss Otlte Floyd, Mrs R. t Harris
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Mrs. M. C. Wilder, Mrs. M. U Fowler
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Winston. Mrs. F. J. Tlmbertmke. Mrs.
G. C. Patterson, Mrs. D. W. Splvey,
Mrs. F. A. Cheatham. Mrs. 8. E. Thar
Frankllnton?M. W. Hardy. J. H.
Wilder, F. G. Banks. I. H. Kearney.
Geo Gilliam. Mrs. C. & Williams. Mrs.
M. W. Hardy, Mrs. A. 8. Joyner.
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W. C. Medlin, R. G. Wynne, R. J. Ma
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C. C. Murphy. W. P. Leonard, John
W. Neal. Miss Ruth Parrlsh.
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0.Stone. B F. Whoiess. T. W. Boons.
Herman Dickons. Mrs. T. H. Dickons.
Mrs. P. R. Iascoo. Mrs. T. 8. Dsns.
Mrs. G. B. Smith.. Mr* P- ?- Dean.
Cyproas Crook?Arthur Strickland.
W. H. Del bridge. E. Bt Moors, R. U
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Mrs. C. M. Moors. Mrs. LO-Ti
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A F. McKlane. Mrs. W. A White
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