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LOtJISBURG, N. CAROLINA l ltll>AV, JUNE 3, 1IKJ8
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ship. Vote for the one; sou
W. H. YARBOROUGH
MAKES GREAT SPEECH
At Memorial Services Sun
day Afternoon ? '
G. B. Harris Makes Wel
come Address, Supt. W.
R. Mills Presents Speak
er; Dr. R. F. Yarborough
Presents Prizes; Large
And Beautiful Lot Flow
ers; Extra Large Number1
Present; Many Visitors
Possibly the most largely at-]
tended and impressive memorial
services held by the Franklin
County Memorial Association in!
Louisburg in many years were the;
services Sunday when the Court)
House was filled with people whoi
had gathered to pay another tri-j
bute to those who gave their alii
for the preservation of liberty, j
freedom and Christian religion in
the great World War.
Supt. G. B. Harris, of Frank
linton, gave a splendid address of
welcome to all, especially the
many visitors, following the invo
cation by Rev. J. D. Simons, ofl
the Louisbtirg Baptist Church. I
and the singing of America by the '
audience led by Prof. I. D. Moon,1
of Louisburg College. C. R. Sy
kes called t>he roll of deceased sol
diers. and A1 Hodges, Jr.. sound
Supt. W. R. Mills very grac
iously presented the speaker. In
his remarks he told his hearers
that while the one to speak to
them did not go to France he did
give liberally of his time, his
means and his eloquence in arous
ing patriotism to back up the
boys, and presented Mr. W. H.
Yarborough as Franklin County's
Calling attention to the passing
of time Mr. Yarborough stated
that a child born at' the begin
ning of the war would be able to
vote in the coming election and
those who gathered in this Court
House in response to the draft are
now in middle age. sobered and
trained into a more serious life.
The great War President has gone
and our great and beloved War
Governor, Bickett is gone.
He told how that in little more
than a year a million and a half
men had recrossed the same
ocean that Columbus had crossed
four hundred and twenty-five
years ago, illustrating how the
spirit of liberty and freedom our
forefathers had fought for in the
war of 1776 had grown so strong.
Is it any wonder, he said, that
that spirit) of liberty, that that
quick response was heard across
the whole of Europe.
He said there was a certain
school of historians that held that
America went into the war to save
investment's in Europe. In some
few cases this may be true, but
not so in this. No country of
free people go to war for this pur
pose. The object must involve a
principle. In 1776 our forefath
ers fought for freedom. In 1861-5
it was a principle of State's rights
? not slavery.
Those who died in France and
their comrades will never have
cause to be ashamed as they
fought for Democracy, to preserve
the liberty and freedom which
we so sacredly enjoy and must
protect. They sought a faith su
preme. That faith which has
safeguarded all Democracies.
Theirs was the same spirit that
guided the hands that wrote the
declaration of independence. The
same spirit that guided Andrew
Jackson, Woodrow Wilson and is
guiding Franklin Delano Roose
While President Wilson was in
France working for Democracy
10s enmeies were busy at home.
They succeeded. It broke his
heart, his body and sent him to a
premature grave. But the vic
tory was short lived, and Democ
racy is going forward, a tribute
to men and women of vision who
are doing what they can to serve
t'he people. We can do nothing
more to add to the fame of the
boys who died in France or re
pose in their native soil in Frank
lin County. Their fame will go
down in history. It is secure.
The greatest thing we can do to
their memory Is to give ourselves,
as t'hey gave themselves to de
mocracy of all the people of all
the land. It is not on the battle
field that all great questions are
solved. The greatest question in
all the world today is that of de
mocracy. Lets give to that great
cause our allegiance of all Amer
Following this eloquent ad
dress, which was more than ap
preciated by all present, the pre
sentation of the Jambes Post cup
and prizes for the best essays,
was made by Dr. R. F. Yarbor
ough. The Cup was presented to
Mills High 9chool and was accep
(Contiouad on page eight)
VAVL \V. EL AM
A son-in-law of the late and
beloved Sam Boddie. he is the
popular manager of the Roddie
Drug Co.. was unaninolisly elected
President of Louisburg Kiwanis
Club, and was appointed to fill
the unexpired term of Mr. W. E.
White, on the Board of Town Com
missioners. to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Mr. White.
He is very popular among Louis
Election Hours i
I 'oils Open at 7 A. >1. and Clow
At 7 P. M.-f ? Xpw Law Makes |
The last legislature made a
change in the hours of holding
the primary on June 4th. This
year the Polls will open at 7
o'clock A. .M. instead of Sun-up
as heretofore, and will close at
7 o'clock in the evening (instead
of at Sun-set as heretofore.
Rear th^se hours in mind and
l>e sure and fco out and vote.
The pupils of Miss Sarah Ster
ling Price will be presented in a
Revue at the Louisburg Theatre
on Tuesday night, June 7. 1938.
This exhibition will be between
the first and second picture dis
plays, which will be around 9:00
o'clock; and promises to be a de
lightful entertainment of dance
routines and costumes with all
local pupils taking part.
The picture features Joe Penner
in "Go Chase Yourself." which is
a most enjoyable movie. Prices
will not be advanced on account
of the Revue.
Dr. R. F. Yarborough received
information today (Thursday A.
M.) from his son. Midshipman
Richard F. Yarborough, Jr., that
the first and third class Midship
men would embark at Annapolis,
in forenoon, June 3rd for the
foreign cruise, on U. S. Ships theu
New York, Texas and Wyoming
with the following itinerary, Cher
bourg, Le Have. Paris. Copenha
g e n, Plymouth, Portsmouth,
(Eng.), Hampton Roads, Va.,
New York, returning Aug. 26th.
Richard will sail on the Wyo
ming. After the voyage he will
spend the month of September at
home with his parents.
PROGRAM AT THE
The following is the program
at the Louisburg Theatre, begin
ning Friday, June 3:
Friday ? Bing Crosby in "Doc
Saturday ? Double Feature ?
Chas. Starretti in "Cattle Raiders"
and Chester Morris in "Law of
Sunday-Monday ? Errol Flynn,
Olivia DeHaviland, Basil Rath
bone, Claude Rains in "The Ad
ventures of Robin Hood."
Tuesday? On Stage at 9:00
o'clock only. Sarah Sterling Price
preients her pupils in a Dance
Revue. On screen. Joe Penner in
"Go Chase Yourself."
Wednesday ? Henry Wilcoxon
and Marian Marsh in "Prison
Thursday-Friday ? Ginger Rog
ers and Jams Stewart In "Vivac
COUNTY TICKET TO BE VOTED ON SATURDAY
Official Democratic Primary Ballot
For State Senator, and County Officers
1. To vote for a candidate on the ballot make a cross (X> mark la the square at
the left? ot his name.
2. If you tear or deface or wrongly mark this ballot, return it to the registrar and
get another. .
For State Senator
Oth Senatorial District
(Vote (or One)
? EDWIN H. M ALONE
? WILLIE L. LUMPKIN
For Member of State House
(Vote for One*
? M. ST ['ART DAVIS
? CLAUDE L. McGHEE
? C\ T. NICHOLSON
? ASHER F. JOHNSON
For Judge Recorder's Court
(Vote for One)
? HAMILTON HOBGOUD
? H. CRAWFORD KEARNEY
? J. L. (Jim) PALMER
For County Accountant
(Vote for One)
B. N. (Pier) WILLIAMSON, Jr.
W. NORWARD FULLER
(Vote for One)
? FRANK W. JUSTICE
? JOHN W. HARRIS
? ARTHUR STRICKLAND
? JOHN P. MOORE
? J. HENRY CASH
? PAUL B. BEASLEY
? ROY HOLMES
? ROBERT A. BOBBITT
? JOSEPH US LEONARD
For Board of Education
(Vote for One^
Q ROBERT F. GREEN
For County Commissioner
*? (Vote for One'
? MALT IS H. PRIVETT
? JOHN' M. STALLINUS
"(Vote for One)
'? JOHN T. SAWYER
? STEPHEN E. WINSTON
(Vote for Ouek
? DOCTOR ORRIS MURPHY
? JOEL Z. TERRELL
(Vote for' One
? W. C. (Sank ) WILDER
? JAMES J. LANCASTER
? TAYLOR W. BOONE
(Vote for One;
, Q PETER S. FOSTER
? HARVEY T. BARTHOLOMEW
? W. R. BASS
Primary Election, June 4. 1938. : ' I
Chairman of l'ranklin County Board of Klections.
. isfc '
The State Ballot and Township
Ballot is made up idental as the
above with the following candi- '
dates upon them:
State Ballot j
For United States Senator ?
Robert R. Reynolds and Frank (
For Utilities Commissioner ? <
Stanley Winborne and Paul D.
The names of the following
:rora the respective townships are
candidates for Constable:
Dunn ? Robert P. Pearce and
Btnnett P. Branttey.
Harris ? Zollle C. Wheeler, Per
cy M. Johnson, Charlie Richards,
Tack Strickland, Henry C. Ayes
Youngsvllle ? John B. Young
ind R. Sam Weathers.
Franklinton- ? M. B. Hagwood
J. A. Huff, J. It. Woolbright, J
Sandy Creek ? Roy F. Wells
and Kilmus E. Joyner.
Cedar Rock ? H. Raymond
J Wood, Joe E. Smith, Clinton
: Swanson, T. K. Arnold, Peter E
Hayesville, Gold Mine, Cypress
Creek and Louisburg townships
, have no opposition for Constable
Franklin Recorder's Court dis
posed of six cases Tuesday, being
one of the shortest dockets in
some time." The cases on the
docket and disposed of were as
Percy Eaton was found guilty
of operating automobile intoxica
ted and given 60 days on roads,
suspended upon payment of $50
fine and costs and not to operate
a car for 12 months. Appeal.
Frank Dunn plead guilty to va
grancy and trespass and was giv
en 60 days on roads.
Blanch Ward plead guilty to
unlawful possession of whiskey
and was given 4 months on roads.
J6hh Henry Stallings was found
not guilty of unlawful possession
Charlie Aycocke plead guilty to
forcible trespass and was given
30 days on road.
Charles Aycocke, violation of
suspended sentence operating au
tomobile intoxicated, and was
given 6(1 days on roads.
A good way to improve the mo
notony of any job is to think up
A^ys of impVoving It.
The Louisburg Junior Order!
baseball team defeated the Frank
linton ball club with a score of
7-1 at Frankllnton on Wednesday
Score R H E
Louisburg 7 ? 16 ? 3
Franklinton 1 ? 6 4,
Batteries: Louisburg ? Edmonds
and Fuller; Frankllnton ? Fields
Louisburg will pl^y Franklln
ton here on Friday (today) in |
their second league game which 1
will be the first game in the new |
park. The game will be at 4:00
Pine Ridge will play the local
team here Sunday afternboA At
On next Sunday the usual ser- i
vices will be held. The pastor.
Rev. J. G. Phillips, will preach
at morning and evening services, i
Sunday School will be at 9:45 I
and Epworth League at 7:15.
You are urgently requested
to make your count of the
County ticket first and send the
figures for each candidate to
the FRANKLIN" TIMES office
for tabulation. Then send the
count on the State and Town
ship tickets. Properly handled
these counts can be made at the
same time by letting more than
ojic lot of counters work at the
Under any conditions get the
count, not the official returns,
to the TIMES office as early as
possible Saturday night, where
they can be tabulated and you
can learn how each candidates
4-H club members who have
been in the work for a few yearf
are in better physical couditloc
than new ones, find the home and
farm agents of Cleveland County
This applies particularly to teeth
eyes, nasal passages and the like
Halifax County farmer* ar<
asking for certification of pur<
?trains of several varieties of cot
ton and corn this season.
im. S.AOIK JOHNSON*
uouisnurg s only laay doctor
;ind also only Chiropractor, who
j passed her State Board examina
tion taken recently at the Chiro
! praetor's Convention held in Dur
I Mr. Charlie N. Sherrod. who,
has been the popular carrier on
route No. 2 for the past 29 years
i completed his required service on
Tuesday and retired. Mr. Sherrod
has been a faithful servant of the,
I people, an efficient and attentive
I carrier, and deserves the rest that
he is now beginning to enjoy. His
popularity was gained by his i
splendid personality and accoin-.
modations he extended his pat
rons. all of who became close pei
Assistant! Postmaster J. A. WBC- 1
less said of Mr. Sherrod: He,
served the government without]
complaint, no charges were, ever,
preferred against him and his re
| cord will compare with any othei
I record of its kind on record with
the U. S. Department."
Mr. Sherrod was succeeded on
I his route by Mr. jW. H White,
'who has been connected wit'h the
I local postoffice here for many
| years and who is also well qualL
I tied to take up this important
I task, and will give the people
equally good service.
Mr. White's moving from the
clerkship in the postoffice created
a vacancy which was filled by the
! promotion of Mr. Ft. F- Yarbor
ougli. II. who has been serving as .
City Carrier No. 1. for a long i
while, where he has provMr his ,
I popularity and ability. Mi. Tay-|
I lor Downey, a classified substitute
1 clerk was promoted to succeed Mi .
; Yarborough and having had quite
a bit of experience in the game,
I will prove an efficient and popu
lar carrier. Following this moving
i up in position. James A. Johnson,
! who had been substituting as city
| carrier, was given the appoint
ment as classified substitute cleik
i in the office and Carneal Downey,
i who has been serving as specta
1 delivery messenger since
was appointed substitute city car
rier John Hodges was appoint- 1
led special delivery messenger. j
Last'. Sunday at the service of
worship the pastor siKike on the
, i subject, "The Men for Whom We
Should Vote in The June Prl
, mary" He emphasized the fa-t
that the individuals for whom we
vote should possess both an ade
' quate knowledge of the vital issues
of t'he day and an unblemished
i ch "^Sunday School convened at
' 9:45 A. M. and the Training Un
1 1?IAttthe4evening service the pas
tor brought a P"ct,?l ??8,8t|e
I on the theme, "The Light of the
i World." He remiiftled his hearers
itjhat ttie unregenerate mass o
! mankind is living in moral and
spiritual .darkness, and Christians
are expected to dispel that dark
ness by their holy lives
I The program for this Sunday
includes Sunday School at 9. 45
| A. M., Training Union at 6.45 P.
M. and worship services at 11.00
A M. and 7:45 P. M. ?
June has been de8lf?ted the
month of Romance on the Annual
1 Calendar of the church because It
I is a favorite time for matrimony.
Therefore the minister of ^epul"
pit will aim at a Chnstianlnter
pretation of love, courtship and
! marriage. "Love" will be the sub
jecti of the sermon at the J10?1"?
service. These messages should be
, of special interest to those indtvl
' duals who have not chosen theii
1 Henry Naves of Marshall, route
' 1 dug and set 480 small locust
; trees in small gullies formed .u
his pasture and then seeded ^
s land to blue grass and
> ' Lespedeza was already growing^
- He says erosion is being brought
j under control by these measures.
l.ouisburg Baptist Church
Vacation time in Louisburg
again! Which goes to say, it s tip1?
for Vacation Bible School again.
The Louisburg Baptist Church
through the Sunday School depart
ment will promote two weeks of
Bible study, handwork, story-tell-?
ing, and a great deal of fun.' We ?
are planning for boys and girls
from four to sixteen years of age.
There will be four departments,
Beginner, Primary, Junior and In
termediate. In two weeks time
your boy or girl may get 30 hours
of study, which is more, than he
would receive in tjie Sunday School
in over a year at the rate of 30
minutes per Sunday.
The following schedule for pro
moting and carrying on of school
will be followed: Friday, June
3rd , is Preparation Day. Ati 2
P M. we will register pupils for
our school. At 2:30 P. M. we will
have our first Processional and
worship service. Then .we wiU'have
our first sessions in each depart
ment to acquaint the boys and
girls with their class rooms and
plan of work for the term. This
session, including the Procession
al. will last two hours. At 4:30
our Parade will begin. Thus will
end the first day, a Preparation
Day for the best Vacation Bible
Watch for the hour and watch
for the date! School begins in full
swing Monday morning. June-6t<h.,
at 9:00 A. M. and closes at 12:00
\ M Three full, busy but happy
hours. At 12 o'clock the faculty
will meet each day. Each day we
will take an offering, which will
go for Medical Missions among
Our School is being promoted
In this way. First, a faithful facul
ty are investing the best of them
selves, their time and effort iu
two weeks of training for the boys
and girls. Second, parents are sup
porting the school by donations
and the use of their cars. Third,
the Woman's Missionary Society
is preparing lunches for the child
ren and helping in other ways.
I Fourth, the church has appropriat
ed $15.00, which will cover the
i major part of the Cost of the
i school. Fifth, at the Commence
ment! a free-will offering will be
received from the parents and
friends of the children.
One of the greatest priviledges
that may come to a pastor is the
close association that he may have
wit'h his boys and girls. The Vaca
tion Bible School gives the pastor
that opportunity. Dr. J. D. Simons,
the pastor of our school, will be in
the midst of our work overseeing,
guiding and encouraging in all
our efforts. He. with his associates
will actively be associated with
the boys in their handwork. He
will also guide the boys and girls
in the Intermediate Department
In their Bible study.
Miss Elizabeth Lassiter will be
Principal and Secretary of the
school. Mrs. Alice Uzzlle will be
Pianist'. The members of the facul
ty grouped by departments are
as follows: Beginner, Mrs. J. D.
Simons, Mrs. Forest Joyner, Mrs.
J. G. Place, Mrs. C. R. Young and
Miss Dorothy Foster; Primary,
Mesdames E. J. Morgan, L. F.
Kent. J. E. Fulgum, S. T. Cottrell,
and Misses Elizabeth Timberlake
and Lillian Young; Junior Mes
dames XS. Howell. K. G. Strick
land, N. C. Mullen,- W. H. Hedge
path. W. N. Fuller and Misses
Julia and Algia Shadrack. Inter
mediate. Dr. J. D. Simons. Mrs.
H. C. Taylor, Jr., and Mr. J. W.
| Weaver. -1'
We have a competent faculty
I and we are assured that our par
ents will respond in their most
co-operative manner in getting
their boys and girls enroled J una
3rd., at 2 o'clock ? Preparation
Day. " <
Tries To Enter j
Charlie Aycooke, colored, waa
arrested about 2 o'clock Sunday
morning after having "visited tha
home of Rev, J. G. Phillips fcha
second time. The first time ha
put up a pitiful plea, asking tor
j financial help. The second tlma
he sought entrance, but failed, as
the ladies called the police who
forthwith arrested him. It so
happened tihat Mr. Phillips was in
a hospital In Durham, and Mrs.
Phillips and children with Miss
Helen Smlthwick as guest.
When the Edgecombe lamb pool
was he\d recently, H G. Shelton
sold 1.1 lambs for SS.2 1 a h?ad
to take top honors for <; ality pro-,
James Simmons, 4-H club mem
ber of Greenville, route 1, has
purchased a pure bred Duroc gilt
for his 4-H pig club project.
An application ni. limestone and
phosphate has a jr.tly wiped,
out broom sedze n (h-> nasture oC
W. A. Hooper, oV>e?4*oU, Jack
son County. s