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' r n - FABMVILIJC. PITT COtWTY. NORTH CAROLINA, DECEMBER 15, 1922 NO. 32
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Local Red Cross Preparing
for Influenza Epidemic
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Practical Nurses May Be Secur
ed In Case of An Emerg
ency. Some Fa<fts
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Influenza is spreading with re
markabte rapidity in this com
muoity god fearing a great epi
demic tbe local Red Cross has
arranged to have a limited num
her of colored women listed,
who w ill make good pradHeal
nurses. And in case of emer
gency these may be called into
service by phoning Miss Hazel
Williams w ho has very kindly
I smlunteered to take charge of
die work. Miss Williams' phone
numbers are; day No. 17, night
The Board of Health urges
cieat precaution as one attack
does not proterf. Sneezing and
coughing should be done behind
* handkerchief screen -and this
should in no Case be waved
about in tbe air as it throws
hundreds of germs into space.
Congregating of people in any
place is not advised. Insolation
^ of patients should be practiced
uadold people especially should
? be preceded from all sources, of
iofedtioa> In every ca*e the die
ease should be regarded as seri
ou* and tbe patient kept in bed
uatil the fever has completely
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I - L Pineh tirA, grigcd t n g the Club
I ^Council, the Vice-President, Mrs.
H. P. Mosetey, presided
The general iopie for this
meeting, was "Representation- of I
I American Life in RecentJPJays"
I . with a mod* interesting paper by I
Mrs. ]. E. Warren on "Younger
Generation in Nice Peoples/1
1 She handled ibis snbjedf in a
mod imprerssive way giving the
effed of almost unlimited spend
iog mooey and modern amuse'
naents upon the youDger genera^l
tioo?these and similar aspedls
of present day life are familial!
topics of discussion among tbel
oilier generation today, and are
the social concerns upon which
^NijePeople" is buih. Mrs. W.
In Newberry's Seat
James Couzenv millionaire mayor
-of Detroit and former partner of
Henry Ford, is the new U. S. S*na?:
tor from Michigan, appointed to the
Truman H. Newberry seat, the. office
to'which Ford e$ired against New*
berry in the now famous election
scandals, which finally resulted Ml
Newberry's resignation this month.
Parish Group Meetiogs.
The memberlsof the Episcopal
Church have recently enjoyed
a series of group meetings hav
ing as their objetfl the study of
the "Program Presented". The
"Program Presented" is an effbft
These group meetings had a
different leader each evening,
Dh D S Morrill gave an Miami
Bating tdk on China?bar relig
ion, government, development
glp.?the first evening; followed
by a splendid lecture on Japan,
the second^ evening, Mrs. R. Tl
Martin. At the third , meeting
Mr.. W. Hopper pamted avrvid
[&&&* Hawaiian lsfpods
giSKgave, iheir problems. Mr.
Alex Bynum followed in rota
tion with a talk on Haiti, and as
Mr, Bynum visited these islands
whilein the, U, S. Navy his
knowledge 'or tfc*; cu&pdw^of
these people was fir& bind and
bis talk very tntftn^ive/i&r:
Richard Bynum &>le9det$p
Porto Rico was very mtere&ing
apd his tali; on thi? subject prov
ed mo^l enlightening. Mr. J^ C
Shackleford's subjedl was *"?bip
PbiHipineS?our own Par^EsA"
and he told why the work in th*
Phillipines ? both encouraging
and perplexing. Other cotmtriei
"??" Jf slu^ed v,'? . .
These nfefionwere well at
tended and proved to be a great
f pedljve to each one, oUbe^wOrk
w- 1- * jju; m i * -ttAicKififftfin li - tZ." if
wr iK# gtn rt?C f5?0t SBj
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A -?PQNO PARENT TO
K . SNEAK. PRESENTS /WO HOUSE
f:. iS CAOGKT" /N THE ACT
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II. D. C. Meeting.
The Rebecca Windbouroe
Chapter held its regular meeting
7th attbe home of Mt?. W. C.
Askew with its new President,
the j ^^
WrF^Se freawflfer -fas:../re
queued to forward five dolars
to< the Jefferson DaVis Fpnd *nd
pay amount due the Educational
J Fund, taxes fnd Sinking Fund.
Three infere&iog papers were
read, the first "Historical Gavel"
by Mrs. Ed. Warren was follow
ed by %ora Gloom to Glory"
I iwd bry Mrir.O .E. Fo* foll^tfed
' Sa turn by"WftP Saved Lynch,
bure"? by Mrs lB 0. TurU&e.
Delightful refreshments were
served by the hostess
; Barbecue Dhmer; :;t ?/ >?
k! Messrs: Rnfus Knott, Jhbfl
Harris, and K, E. Belcher pro
prietors of the Center Brick
Ser ?m the totacco ^
- diyoij^^seless to-.tfp' tfcev
were all there "on that hajipy
occasion" and grently .enjoyed
tbe iHMpitalhy br theise: P<mulaf
t Presbyterian Bazaar.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
held thefr annual
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A most enjbyable oy&er roa?
was fciVea Wednesday night, at
the ele&rtic tight plant, by the
Tobacco J Beard ^>f
which were invited
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I firt it M?i^onlv in tf<'CDt y^gf51
? iT V - t iWajliiw^aliy> the\
scicntlfii- ih'J1 work., lrriot lev,
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Vyciii,v power. fErnicr .\vHo
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The farmer ha^ noi.ahvays tnide
New, Secretary of
Miss Hess 11. VVitlUrhnlu of GaU;
lipolis,/ O.. new^secretary of ; the *
American Legion Auxiliary. At sec
. retary of "the Ofiio -department she
tripled its membership
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New Bern Expresses
Thanks for Aid of
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New Berti, N. C
December 12, 1922.
Citizens of Farmviile,
Farm viile, N, C.
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The Citizens of New Bern ask
me 10 express to you their mod;
heart-felt appreciation end
thanks for your proraptxind liber
al^ contribution to us in our time.
A ? ; *' 'J.
; city^^c^ed .
hours time The sympathy and
prompt help of our neighbor#
jtfti friends greatly lessened the
ybii for your [part iti 'xtvW tit -
cheer and relieving our sneering.
* '?' - Sincerely your**/. .
u. n. Jacobs,
Chm. Relief Corn. I
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The Bachelor Maids met Mon
||y night with MissvTabittaa ipi ISgl
feseouqfi. There &"ere eleven,
members / present and quite a
merry evening wag. spent pay
ing games a ad se ving while*
Miss 0odson gave several lovely
vocal and instrumental selec
After delightfql; refreshments
were served the CfaKadjourned
to meet next with Miss Dodson.
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