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Maat waging luroisnes the most
natural outlet lor these feelings,
and the sense of satisfaction and
' warm hearted good ' fellowship
which can result from a good
community sing are the be&
proof of the existence of the
v need for self expression. It is a
. mo& potent force in binding
men together for ? common
cause and in forming and direct.
ing public sentiment.
file mo& conclusive proof of
the value of community music is
to be found in the recent war.
The units which sang were the
units which fought and worked
best. No single thing did, more
to increase the efficiency of the
men than did mass singing. And
the same was true of those who
Stayed at home; there was no
mote successful vehicle for pr< ?
paganda than the cummunity
sing. Progressive communities
have employed men whose sole
business is to organize the must
ad resources of the locality.
The "sing" is probably the
fundamental expression of Com
7 nxr&fly mbsic; for here every
one can participate, no matter
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Prerri?T. ? now oh a Wampba?t'
? messsge of national friendship; The grizzled okt warrior% >ldn'#i
81 year ; okf. Abowe?fo* first look op af the fantotar Wcjolworth
Tower in New York. Below?4ua reception at Ctt^Hw firk, N. Y.
?what the age or creed, and no
matter if sonre cannot even
;* carry a tone in a basket."
Now ip ordc* that this "sing"
jpay the "best ygt" it is necessary
for the whole community to be
present and sing. Greenville and
Ayden have each had a mo&
successful "sing" and ^armville
hopes to have one ju& as fine.
Dr. Mnrphrey of Jackson;1 N.
C.? arrived in the city Wednes
day night to spend the Thanks
giving holidrjs wi'h his parent'.
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Avden's basket ball team de
feated Farmville Friday night to
the tune of 29 to 15. Not con
tented with this they l6?S$ttovv
Hill wallop 'em Saturday night
However, both Ay-den- and
Snow Hill has been playing bas
ket ball two years and our boys
only six weeks. Practice'boys,
practice and go after them again.
"We are yyith you and^H'ypu
la^t and always,;' .<a>'s we.
I cemb^r 1st, with Mr. P?C. Hi^|
I itftfchat^iBflflf ?'o|^IH^^?Sl
?oort^wift be ^^fcited |fdaft?|
? who ftjyj ujierasuid in th?
liotheSjatfe* y. t. . I
lf';,;|iiptn- Decemberlst ^9 I
elusive, ft campaign w^ - .nSaCt I
I among the AlumnaeW.
I M*ryvs io f^tt County. SgWg
?tfa'raiinie an attractive lyncneon
? will be given in Greetmlle, N.
?C. to which every alumna oUPe
I school will be cordially mvjted
Band urged to attend.
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cessoed farm ii/deatnoDiy a few1|
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sotfi Flynn Tyson, Miss Chri*l
tine Tyson. I
Funeral services were cm-1
duded from the home Sunday I
afternoonot 3 o'clock and the!
burial took pSpce in the family 1
rounds jud opposite the I
^ \ Presbyterian Bazaar
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The ladies qf the Presbyterian,
Auxiliary announce their Annual
Turkey Dinner and Fancy work
Sale, which will be held in the
Candy Kitchen, Thursday, be
feinber 7th. ; t . V"
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Nore oi Thanks,
The ladies of <he Method?
Hillary d?*.e to.?s|ie fa,
mennsvbjC which to .sincerely
tfaftlt the town and community
foybeir tfehwow jBfltronsge it
their bazaar held Thursday No
^he EpilCopal Auxiliary#onday ;
afternron November 2?lh at 3 '
The "Program Presented" was
discussed, Mr# J. W. Joyner was
leaden This was a sociat meet
ibur of the Auxiliary but ran im
portant parf of tfte work of the
Church is always studied and
discusssed at these meetings.
Afterwards the hostess served
refreshments. ? _ > - "
Mrs. Sam Pollard: Of Washing
ton was a gues; at this meeting..
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The ladies of the * Methodist
Auxiliary held their Annual
Turkey Dinner and iancywork
Sale Thursday November 23rd.
They were veryjsuccessful clear
Our" lad issue stated that Mrs. f
Alex Bynum would continue to ;
keep the picture won at the P.
T. Associalion. We wish to say
that is the first time Mrs. Bynum I
has been fortunate enough to
get the pidure, but she hopes to ,
"continue holding if."