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NORMAL OPINING AND
NORMAL NERVC TRUNK]
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' ) ON OPENING 6"
? NERVE TWUMX.
CHIKOPK ACTIO StHLt'XATlON
BAOKBOXK or Sl'INAI, COLl'MN
X. Composed ol 24 movable vertebrae.
a sacrum and a coccyx (or tailbone).
.2. Bones join by cartilage cushions
("Hinges"), ligaments and muscles.
They engage each other as cogs in a
3. In center of "Column is the Spinal
Canal that contains the SPINAL
4. Between the bones are Muall open
ings ? "Nerve Doors" ? that are
1-6 -- 1-4 inch in diameter.
a. Contents of openings are:
'' Spinal Nerve trunk ? 1-12 -- 1-6
>v ,"U Hlood vessels.
, Lymphatic vessels.
Fibrous tissue and Fat.
There is no empty space.
1. SLIGHT Displacement* of vertebra or an exceeded normal range of movement
(and becoming fixed in tfiis abnormal positiou This is a SUBLUXATION. It
is not a "dislocation" of bone.
2. This Condition produces PRES9URK on .contents ot the opening between
a. It disturbs or prevents the aMlity of the Nerve to carry the normal nerve
Like a short circuit on an elect! if connection. ~
Like the crossed wires of telephone system.
b. It also disturbs the normal circulation of blood and lymph to and from
tthat sectionM)f the Spinal Cord.
Compare with the condition produced by "tying ?
' : t'he string around the finger". . T.
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The accoiiipanying picture illustrates a ? subluxation''. ' ? ' '
This will be explaiued further next week * ?
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Hiwv iail? and special appointments made.
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DR. SADIE C. JOHNSON
OVER BODDIE'S DRUG STORE
I.OIISMIKG, N. CAROLINA
Visual education, by means of
films and slides, Is widely used in :
public schools of Rochester. N.
Y? home town of a bis camera
and film industry.
Emperor Nero played a pipe
organ ? not a fiddle.
Good salesmanship t* polling
good* which won't com* back to
customers that will
The head of ev<"~> <*xtra\ugant
family must ha*? TTmitd sort, of
sympathy for PrMtd?nt Roosevelt
in his current financial dilemma
Barber (aa he lathered his cus
tomer's face) ? No, air, I used to
glre credit, but nobody asks for
Those who can learn from the
experience of others are wise at
Financial incfependsnce tomorrow must be prepared
for today. ,
The SECURITY REGISTERED POLICY PLAN is
guaranteeing future financial independence for thous
1. Retirement income which cannot be lost or
outlived for a happy and carefree old age.
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2. Life income to dependents for food, shelter
3. Educational funds for boys and girls to start
them in life without handicaps.
Call on us without obligation for complete infor
WELDON D. EGERTON, GENERAL AGENT
Louisburg, N. C.
SECURITY LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY
Home Office - Winston-Salem, N. C.
f "A Sure Way to Security"
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The Debating Team*
Several alterations have been
made in Mills High's debaMug !
teunts: The results are:
Affirmative: Kula Gray Spivey,
Robert Smith, with I.uciie Harris
Negative: Sarah Davis. Clar
eiice .liana with Linda Perry as
The affirmative team will de
bate with Wake Forest's negative
at Louisburg; and the Negative
with Fraukljnton's affirmative at
Mills High hopes that both
teams will go to (,'hapt'l Hill this i
year to compete for the Aycock
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Senior* Stud) ol Sliukes|>eare
The "Seniors" are making a
study of Shakespeare. Some are
writing papers of his life, his
work, and of the theatres of his
time. Three made costumes of
outstanding people of Shakes
peare's time. Martha llolden's doll!
was dressed to represent Shakes- !
pea re. The doll's pants were short [
and gathered above t-lie. j knees. J
The shirt bad lace around the!
collar and sleeve*. Hazel Boone
had her doll dossed ' as Queen i
Klizabeth. It had on a long full '
skirt and a tight bodice. The col- !
lar was made of beautiful lace.
Reginald McFarland's doll waS j
dressed as Queeu Elizabeth also.
Tills doll had a wide, full Skirt. ,
She was pla6t-d on u small plat-'
form under which was a larger
one. Her train extended the
length of the larger platform. The |
skirt and train ivas made of royal I
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Civics Ousts Divided
The Freshman Civics class has
recently been divided into two
groups ? each group using thirty
? minutes. While Miss Scoville "civ
ilizes" one grvup Mr. Strowd
"studies" the other group. The
class has taken up the topics of ,
.the day, which present an inter- j
esting and varied study. Each pu-;
pil is permitted to choose his own j
topic with which to work. Some !
of these topips are Hitler. Hoose- 1
velt, agriculture, or any other |
current topic that is of interest, j
The thirty minutes that would be
a study period is spent in looking
through newspapers and maga
zines to find pictures and articles
about one's, individual, topic. At'- i
ter all this is finished, these pic
tures and articles, together with!
some original views, will be put I
into a notebook based entirely on
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Grammar tirade News
Spring is Coming and the gram
mar grades are on the spot witli
their new projects. Miss Helen
Smithwick s pupils are planting a
lovely sahd table with moss, pus- I
sy willrfws. and ferns. They are !
making a pool in the middle in j
which they are going to put real ;
tadpoles and some imitation ducks
1 on top. Miss Jartnan's class has
spent their tobacco money. They I
have a nice, new bookcase and
they have bought new books of \
fiction. They have about four hun
dred new books Including ones
they bought and ones gives to
them. The "pre-high schoolers" :
have their "nice" state examina- !
Hons to look forward to until
April 7. Miss Davis' class has ;
also spent their money which they
made through tobacco, candy, and j
rummage sales. Now they have a :
new beaver board for friezes. It 1
is very convenient because it is
Just the right height for a pupil
to stand and work at it. They al
so boughti new library books and j
a set of paints. Mrs. H. H. Perry's
pupils began the month's activi
ties by making a March calendar
picturing pussywillow twigs andi
bluebirds They memorized a
poem and song about March. They
will continue their activities with
Spring as their theme; learning
what they can about flowers,
birds, frogs and other Springtime
interests At the same time they
are thinking and working on
community helpers such as the
fireman, milkman, and others.
They are also planning to in
clude something concerning the
children of other lands. Especial
ly fhey hope to make a Dutch I
sand table and frieze. They have
planned a nice chapel program for
the middle of the month.
Watch next week for other in
teresting Spring projects that
may be budding!
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Home Ecunomla Furnishing*
The Home Economics Depart- 1
ment is fast becoming the pride !
of Mills High School Its latest
addition is a lovely suite of solid
maple furniture. This is arranged ;
as a living-room suite but the j
lovely drop-leaf table can also be
used for a dining-room table. !
There are six beautiful, quaint- I
looking chairs and a cupboard. ,
which has brigtly-colored pieces
of potteries in odd shapes upon
its shelves. ThU description would
be Incomplete If tihe large, cro
cheted rug which is exactly the
finishing touch for the furniture,
tare not mentioned. It has sever
al bright colors but a rich brown
predominates. Altogether, these
make a most charming and cheer
In regard to the entire Home
Economics Department, It should
be said that the gay curtains,
harmonising color schemes, and
unit kitchens with their individ
ual sets of equipment, help to
create a friendly, home-like at
mosphere and proved definitely
tihat the department has gone far
toward realizing its aim.
Those who say that this country
can't be regimented hare never
observed the cheering section at
a college football game.
CROt> rO.VTROI, MF.ETINOH J
(Coytinued tiuiu page one)
will Have to be received from the
Legal Department of the A. A. A.
Washington, D. C\. which per
tuins to a man's wife and his chil
dren being qualified to vote. From'
the information on hand at pres
ent. the qualification states that j
any person who grew tobacco in
1937 will be qualified.
The County Office is working
hard to gel a complete list of
qualified voters for each Town
ship and will have them on (lie
Registrar on date of election. Any
person voting whose name is not
on the Registrar wjill be allowed
to Cote by those who are holding
the poles, but unless that particu
lar person can give proof by writ
ten statement from Compliance ,
Supervisor or some other certi
fied person, his vote will likely
be challenged. His vote will be
placed in envelope, his name put
on same and pole holders will put
on Ballot why the challenge and j
vote will be put In Ballot Box. At j
time the votes are counted that j
night after the elect'ion, the chal
lenged votes will be sealed to
gether 'nnd brought to the County '
Committee Monday who will re
view same and make the proper
investigation to find whether Mie
person is a qualified voter or not.
The election will lie held practi
cally the same as a regular politi
Poles will open at 8:30 A. M.
and will close promptly at -7:00
P. M. The voting places will be
Cedar Rock Township-? Kd ward
Cypress Creek Township- -Sev
en Paths. i
Dunn Township ? Pine Ridge;
Pearce School. (Those who voite
at'Pearce in regular election will
vote there in this'election. Those
who vote at Pine Ridge in regu
lar election will vote there In this
Franklluton Township ? May
or's Office. Franklintoa. N. C.
Gold Mine Township ? Center
Harris Township ? Harris
Hayesville Township - ? Epsom
Louisburg Township ? County
Sandy Creek Township ? Gold
Youngsville Township ? Mayor's
Office. Youngsville. N. C.
It is to be remembered by the
Pole Holders who will be ap
pointed in the next few days to
hold this el?ftion that they hold
a great resptSnsibility. They* will
make their report to County Com
mittee. County Committee will
make their report to State Com
mittee. State Committee will
make their report to National
Committee. Since this is a Feder
al Election, we. will be under reg
ulations prescribed by Federal
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* HOMt: DEMONSTRATION *
? DEPARTMENT *
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* Sara I.ouise Weaver, Home *
Demonstration Agent *
March 7 ? Cedar Rock Club.
March 8 ? Centerville Club.
March 9 ? rMapleville Club.
March 10 ? Pilot Club.
March 11 ? Justice Club.
Miss Pauline Cordon, House
Furnishing Specialist, State Col
lege. gave splendid leaders school
on Floor Finishes to all the house
furnishing leaders Monday. Feb
The attendance of this school
was tihe best we have had in over
two years. Every club in the coun
ty was represented.
Every club woman in the coun
ty will want to make a special ef
fort to attend the March meeting
of her club so that she can get
this information on floor finishes.
The leaders who attended Misa
Cordon's demonstration will give
this material to your club.
The main things to be discuss
ed In this lesson are recipes for
home-made Paste. Floor Wax, Oil
Stain. Oak Stath, Walnut Hull
Stain. Crack Fillers. Oil Furni
ture and Paint Remover. Methods
of finishing Pine and Close Grain
ed Wood. Oak and Course Grain
ed Wood, removing old paint and
varnish, treatment of floors be
fore waxing, waxing old floors
and new floor and the care and
repair of oiled and waxed floors.
Every one will be interested in
From Ingleside )
Mr. A. T. Wilson was taken to
Duke Hospital, Durham, tor treat
ment last Friday. It is hoped
that Mr. Wilson will be able to
ret'urn home in the next few days.
Mrs. H. fi. Pinnell, daughter ot
Mr. Wilson, is in. Maria Parham
Hospital, Henderson, and friends
will be glad to know that she Is
reported as improving.
Mrs. Roy Bridges, sister of
Mrs. Hubert L. Alford, of Ingle
side, was taken to a Raleigh hos
pital last week for an operation
of a serious nature. Mr. and Mrs.
Alford went to see Mrs. Bridges
Sunday and report her condition
Mr. Walter G. Karney was dis
charged last week from Maria
Parham Hospital, Henderson, af
ter a very serious illness of eight
weeks there. Mr. Kearney was
sick some time before he entered
the hospital. His friends will be
pleased to hear of his improved
condition and sincerely hope that
he may be restored to complete
health very soon.
Even If a man loses his head
when he's drinking, he knows
that he can get It back the next
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Saturdays Continuous - till II
IOc & till 0 o'clock
Daily ? 3:W
10c & 35c
SATURDAY, MARCH 5
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SUNDAY aiu( MONDAY
MARCH ? - 7th
Sunday Shows ? .1 :?? and 9:00
The drama of
a shopgirl and
ber dreams of
love . . . loan
ALAN CURTIS / ?
tnnnli 1 UmliiTfin
? COMING SOON ?
"OF HUMAN HEARTS."
"A YANK AT OXFORD."
"SALLY. IRKNK & MARY."
A DKAMA OF
1MET MV ME AGAlk
SfcOAMl MAV WHITTV ? ALAN MARSHAL
LOUIM PIATT* ALAN IAXTEH
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THURSDAY und FRIDAY f:
MARCH 111 ? 11th
| MOIM U?M M'SCirt
a Cecil S.SsMille
* HfMOVRt Pi9t*fi with
- AKIM TAMIROFF
MARGOT GRAHAME ;
f r?a,i ? CECIl 6. OeMHAE
morning ? if in a larger form
than when he lost it.
It seems that one of the mys
teries of- life is ? How a girl em
ployed in a restaurant, : feeding
hungry men all day, can summon
up enough courage to go and get
married and cook for some man.
Several Ingleside men motored
to Norfolk Tuesiay. returning the
Friends in Louipburg were in
formed by wire of the death of
Mr. George T. Bridgstock, a form
er resident, which occurred at his
home in Jarratts, Va., Tuesday
morning, Feb. 14. Surviving are
his wife and one son, Thomas.
Mr. Bridgstock was a member of
the Methodist church and a true
Christian. His wife was t/he form
er Miss Myrtle Debnam, daughter
of the late Nathaniel and Mrs.
Debnam, of Eagl.e Rock, Wake
Coupty. She is a niece of Mrs. D.
T. Smlthwlck, Louisburg, Mrs.
George Manning, Ingleside, and
Mr*. N. D. Foster, of Matthews
County, Va. Mr. Bridgstock was
a resident of Lottlsburg at one
time, where he was connected for
several years wiMi the Colonial
Some thief relieved H. C. Al
ford of a new overall jacket left
hanging on the clothae line qver
nlght after the first wash. Mr.
Alford thinks the prowler didn't
need the pants a a they were left
with all otiher articles of wearing
KILL K ARE ROOK CLVB
Mrs. F. W. Wheless. Sr., enter
tained the Kill Kare Ro6k club
at her home on Church Street,
Feb. 25, 1938, with guests and
visitors making up three teWes.
Members present, Mesdames C.
K. Cooke, D. F. Mcklnne, W. L.
Beasley, E. W. Furgerson, B. N.
Williamson, F. M. Fuller, F. W.
Wheless, Sr. Visitors present,
Mesdames McM. Furgerson, O. C.
Harris, VlL N. Fuller, Sr.,- Misses
Lynne Harl and Virginia Foster.
Mrs. C. H. Cooke won high
score (or members and Miss Vir
ginia Foster high score for visi
tors. . - ? \
Mrs. Wheless served a delicious
barbecue plate. ? -
JUSTICE P. T. A. HOLDS
The Justice P. T. A. held its
regular me?ting Wednesday night,
Feb. IJrd. The number present
There was much important* bus
iness transacted at this meeting
as our l|ohpol isnlarfning to begin
to oper4ta>a1uW|p room next fall.
Also many aotiVkies started.
An interesting Patriotic pro
gram rendered by the 2nd
and 8r4 grades.
Then the meeting was turned
over to the social committee and
they hftd a big surprise shower
for Mn. Smoftk, after which
punch *d4 cake was served. ? Cor,