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OLK COUNTY FADROL
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OF POLK COUNTY
,ia Mass Convention Saturday
and Nominate Complete
List of Candidates.
Vpi RIICANS KEFtJ&u
f V A.' w vr a a a 4bav
i. nf Trllr fnnntv TYirt
TllP femOClUls yjx i.
Ll.iv. On "convening of thereon-
IT1! (Ml vwv.
f.j the meeting va& uue nuui
pit.. v -
w hp had refrained from call-
tit' sooner, because the Republican
Ltv executive committee was m
Un, and, said they m.ght havea
lonosition to mane, uuu umu
tmbers seemed unable to agree up-
anvthmg, ana ne &ru ut cun-
lit"' 1 ' . J
It was movea ana carneu uiai
th the Republicans and see if some
of a compromise
couia not oe
'reed on. lhe convention uieu ui-(
nized bv electing A. L. Hill, of
von as chairman, and Walter
'Jf . n , J J- Dfnnn.n
Vips 01 fcaiuoa, secieiiiy. incasia.
ones, y f. , T
B. Cloud, 1. miiis ana w. p.
caganS Were itppuiutcu a a wuuiui-
t to consult with the Republicans.
F,iip the committee was out. B. F.
Wland ,of the NEWS, and J. R. 30.
ims, county demonstration agent,
fere called upon to addres's the con-
ntion on War bavmgs Ihe corn
ttee reported that the
ier no proposition to make. It was 33.
ien ordered . that the1- committee
rain consult with the Republicans, 34.
id report to the convention at 1:30. 1 35.
lie committee again reported that
le Republicans could not agree, and
was then decided to go ahead and
miniate a full ticket, which was
as done, as follows. For Represen
tee, W. B. Feagans; Clerk of Su-
Irior Court, J. P. Arledge; Sheriff;
frank Jackson; Register of Deeds,
I M. Burgess: Surveyor, Gillham
ake: Coroner. Dr. Earle Grady:
pmmissioners, Ueorge rancher, w.
driven, and C. D. Davenport. Mr.
. L. Hill was nominatedas Delegate
Constitutional Convention. The
Invention recommended L. L. Tal-
Int as member of county board of
iiucation to succeed Dr. E. M. Sal
ly, whose term expires shortly.
It was plainly to be seen Trom the
ry beginning that the Democratic
fert of Polk county had no desire to
fpage in a political controversy
fs year, and everything was done
at could be acne to avo. a cam
'orn. It wa:- h.rd to tret anyone to
pept a r.omation, almo t w;tlvut
yception those whose names appear Li;;oi .o fv,
hnn the. A VU.
jr - o aKinafc wicii
imost everybody refusing nom-
- 1 1
l . i- i . . - i
me ticket is composed of represen-
D ; ""'.'""s Ui cuuinor,
F!a Is considered a verv stroner tick- I
by those who are
in position to
Just before the close of the conven-
nr 4-1 f 11 i . .
uie ionowiner resolutions were
pswted by Messrs. E. B. Cloud, T.
I mils and VV. B. Feagans, commit
p on resolutions, and adopted:
I we, the democrats of Polk County,
fi convention assembled, resolve:
pdidates' to honesty, efficiency and
f-onomy m the administration of
punty affairs and asV the vofprs to
Jye us the opportunity to make good
lhat commendation is iustlv
If our State officers for a wise arid
That We fpfl nrrmrt nf fVio nbil
J and distinguished services of Sen-
m. simmnris , and I X.
enrian and our rpnrpcfsnfntiv in
JJ&ress, Hon. Zebulon "Weaver, and
- wmmend the ?ood record thev
:;e made and their loyalty to our
dlv J "eariuy anq unreserv-
I hnt n- I, i- l j l
administration of 1
resident Wilson and hail him as the
statesman of the world and
jip r-i. . . . .. 1
giedtesi chammon nf hnmamtv I
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liberty of all time ,and we hereby!
ure all that we are and all we have
r "is sunnnv ;
ft'e the liberties? anH Hpta orrratie
?riples of all hpohIp nincf th
osi...,. r 1
:w action that V.n wn niant, Kv I
SSfrurtmn 1.-4. i-l- i
. i mai nas Deen pianneu uy
Y'itary despotism whose cruel,
fl hand is not staved by any
e of right, justice or human-1 c
Anat We will pncnurn rro anr?
im. . .. &
-ffurx to thp nt
mat are fifrht.i nor ofTS rlvincr -for
eat country and, a righteous cause
serving nnt ft-nlir Viq?t rX7"n
i O, vv JlklJ Ulll vrT.
f and nation, but, all people and
I ,nations that love freedom. ,
lhat WP hnna V.of virill w
jij - b.iab .vv xn iy
lcai campaign that will disunite
e and Hictronf 'fa;-otfon-I
. irm the common cause, .that I
i,.. '"'C, uDertv ana numanity i
-CS Hie:-. L, . . - I
W try otner interest and, consid-
fratlon. - - v
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E. B. Cloud, . :
T. C. Mills,
W. B. Feagan, 1
LIST OF ltr.GISTRANTS
, JUNE 5, 1918.
1. Victor B. Seism, Tryon, N. C. .
.2. Jesse Phillips, Lynn, N. C.
3. John C. Thompson, Fingerville,
1 S. C.
4. Napoleon B. Arledge, Mill Spring.
5. Lorenzo B. Kuykendall, Lynn.
6. Harris G. Garrett, Saluda.
7. Edward M. Ward, Tryon.
9 &r U MllPrng:
if. ireaddy B. Connor. Mill Snnnr k
1 iThSSr w-:f" irberJ MlU Sprin'
UThTS Landrum, S.
,u. An?f?P.son Wn.
Al wT W Lm;?,s,' eMi Spring,
!J Ly?.ch,MlU Spring.
vviinert isteaaman. CamnnhPilo
S , 7 i
Wilkie Capps, Lynn.
Pierson Gray, Rutherfordton, R.
Lindsey Moore, Tryon.
Heber H. Carson, Columbus.
Howard E. Brian, Rutherfordton
Clarence L. Prince, Fingerville,
S. C, R. 1
Jairus Wilson, Landrum, S. C,
K. 1. (JOi.)
Samuel Wilkins, Landi-um,
C, R. 4.
Ransom Horn, Landrum, S. C,
Grant Mills. Mill SDrine-.
DeWitt Helton, Mill Spring
Hobart Whitesides, Mill Spring.
Bale Jackson. Mill SDrinfr
Broaddus B. Scoggins, Inman,
S C R 2
Wm. ficK. McGraw. Walker.
George R. Collins, Landrum,
C, R. 1. "
Broaddus B. Flynn, Landrum,
C, R. 1.
Samuel H. Lankford, Tryon
James B. Kuykendall, Lynn.
Walter Rollins. Rockliffe.
Aden R. Green. Mill SnrfnBr.
John A. Jackson, Mill Spring.
Harvey Sims. Trvon.
40. Vetus McEntyre. Landrum. S. C.
41.: Thomas HolbertaTryonr IV. L "
42. Arthur McK. WaldroD. Camrjo-
Delio, S. (J., K. 4.
Thomas Foster Johnson, Cam
pobello, S. C. R. 4.
Nat P. Collins, Landrum, S. C.,'
Wilbur H. Fagan, Campobello, S.
iJ., K. 4.
W. S. S-
RED CROSS NURSES.
The Red Cross has started a drive
for nurses. The need of a great num
ber of nurses is acute. As the war
progresses and the number of Amer
ican soldiers in France increase the
need of more nurses grows propor
tionately. It is the purpose of the
nAA nt lnni 1 AAA nA
U,U,,U1 '"" v"c. Jf xijr
nurSfl orna before thp first of .Tan
ti. i v i ir .i
jn. viiicvi appeal 10 uiauc iv liu;
,Arv,' n j
nigh schools to enroll immediately as
student nurses in hospitals and espec
ially in the-Army School of Nursing
recently stabhshed oy the Army m
connection with the military hospi
This Army School .of Nursing of
fers women the opportunity of nurs
ing sick and wounded men m the mil
itary hospitals, and at the same time
of completing a course of training to
enable them to become graduate
W. S. S.-
PREPARE LAND FOR
Now is the time to prepare the land
except where it is to be sown on
land now growing corn, msh pota
toes or some other cultivated crop.
If rye, wheat or oats has been
erown on the land this season, then
plow or double disk thoroughly; the
ooner the better, and cultivate twice
or three times with disk or drag har
row from now till August 1st to 15th,
at which time, sow, using plenty of
seed, of best quality Never
chase cheap seed. The best are none
too - good. If the land is I inclined to
l00f. JiL"6 nrm
DV roiling WILIl a UCdvv mas.
r at.:- hv. ,r imnr-rr"
Dy tlllto XC llltxy xiiw" nmcuici vi.
not clover and grass will grow on a
certain piece of land in l-olk county.
If the wheat, oats or rye mat grew
tndt grew i
on -the land this season had rank
straw and remained healthy and of a
green color weirup to the ripening
nenod. there can De no aouDt tnat
-ava n hA no doubt that
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! tZZlZZ S'dl
lover vill do the same thing and. in
Part will usually do worse. 1, am
m akin c these suffffestions , for' the
great number of. farmers in j-oik
county who are , making plans to sow
grass and clover seea nis ian.
J. R. SAMS,
, v, County Agent.
w. s. s- '
KILL THE RU1MOR.
"They Say' "I Heard." Someone
nrv.. wVin npat. anv,-Tumor
aiu. ,;r- VfiAn- nf
wnicn may icjsac"
the American people in? our govern-
rae: vri:Cf4tv. -.nf. ahanhrt
U1V4 . V. -l.-.iL Tr-!
rtrv. are wording iv wie .va.iscx, i
whether they reauze "f4"-v - -
Ask the "I heard" and "They; Say?
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folks for facts . and ? proofs never
,aB lt. . ' " ..i '':. li.i ..; 1.., !
T.-..-n ' tmil TTiaLKrf C11C1I1Y LIUUO"
j TQiinr bv refusinsr to repeat
?. i7 t l TlTTHf AT? T . . .
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TRYON, N. C. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918,
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Some Items of General Interest Gathered
. Sections of
POLK COUNTY TEACHERS' IN-
A Counutuy Teachers' institute will
v,ii nil i i T
24th and continuing two weeks The
law requires the Continuous attend-
ance of all Dublic school -teacher of
the - State, rural and urban, including
all public high school teachers, nrin-
oujjciiiouiis, xiiu BupcriiiLenu-
ante unlnn, : J i.: 1 L J
ed. or unless such trhevJ
accredited summer school in1 lieu of an
institute. A certificate of attendance
will be issued to all who comply with
All teachers will need Leiner's
Language Work in Elementary
Schools; a box of crayola drawing pa-
Per, and a pair of scissors.
Primary teachers should bring all
the books used in the first three
Intermediate teachers should have
Reading-Literature, Fourth Reader;
Dodge's Geography, Book II; Our Re
public; Milne's Arithmetic, Book III;
Agriculture for beginners; Practical
English,: Book I.
J. Y. JOYNER,
Supt. Public Instruction.
E. W. S. COBB, County Supt.
Why is it that the gink who ,loaf s,
;And;;reaps butnever -oz
Can doll up in the latest style's j
And alius wear good clothes?
While the guy who daily toils,
And works each blessed day,
Has to wear the "hand-me-downs"
The loafer throws away?
, Why is it that the gink who loafs
Can dash by in his car, ,
Loaded down with pretty girls,
v And speed 'em near and far?
While the guy who daily toils,
, With never a moment's balk,
Has to den up like a bear,
With feet too tired to walk?
Why is it that the gink who loafs
Lives just like a king,
As free and happy as the birds
That flit by on the wing?
While the guy who daily toils
On half enough to eat,
Has to figure like the deuce,
To make both ends meet?
Why is it that the gink who loafs
.Fattens on the lion's share, f ,
And glides thru life like a dream,
With never a trial or care? si.
While the guy who daily toils,
Knows nothing else but woe, if
Then wrap him in the cheapest shroup,
. When his time comes to go.
Jas. W. Heatherly.
MILL SPRING ROUTE 2.
Several from here attended preach-
. T,rQl Crmv All renort.
c ih-this section are looking
I .Mrs. J. Li.
U - Bernice,
nr' r i w,-io ori HnnalifcT.
gu' "" "i"!
IT liowil M-v .7
JJCI1ULC. U)1IAU w- a.vi.v. u
mother, Mrs. S. J, Hilton, Sunday. ;
Mr. A. H, Lynch and family visit
ed Mr. C. E. Lynch, Sunday,
Misses Grace and uma uidds spent
Sunday last with their grandmother,
Mrs. N. L. Lynch.
-Mr. and1 Mrs. C. C. Wilson and
several others, from Gaffney, motor
ed up Sunday to see the former's
mother, Mrs. S. J. Hilton. : ,
Mr. Frank Mills visited Mr. Bill
Jackson, Sunday. . ' .
Mr. and Mrs. F.- R. Coggins and
Mrs.. R. B. Brown spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dimsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Wilson motor
A tA FTsf Pok. last week, to Visit
wr -i ----
his ciaugnter,, Mrs. jay nun.
: Mrs. - T.anrft:t. Mr.Guinn :and two
-r ..! M., If a!. If iHii.titi Kimrio v
Mr. and Mrs. MaclLMcGuinn, Sunday,
Mr. Hobert Whiteside made a trip
to vane ireeK, ounaay - iasu . . .
-J Hf- Tw,-Plaxr KiiVidav
CU oomw Ulltuivjl JU"iJ'
Mr. Horace Thomas, of Spartan-
i burg, S; C, motored up" to Mr. James
By Oat CoieepoadeBU From Vaxiou
Polk ' Coantyr : -i ; ;
Herbert ace ' tnd family visited
Mrs. .Pace's; parents Saturday and
Sunday, ff. :"
W.; C. Pace returned, to Panama,
Friday. ,; He jwill not return home un
til the,- fnaofthevTii;;" .. '
Johh ?atzand son, :bf lAshevfllej
visited .relatives in this section a few
days-3s'ieeki-:";v " . n'.f ;r ' ; ' .
T. .iBradley has a jsjample of his
rye on exhibition which jneasures 100
inches iii length. , -. j l , -
It .teeem;as4if some people do not
like -ta havrtheir business , investigat-
Graysdn Jackson went? to Saluda
Saturday, on a trading I exhibition.
Wthear.nhat Furma'Stepp; who
lives1 5ust one mile on the Henderson
side "Was ivyaylaid andseriousiy cut
by some Unknown person,, while on
his ' way .-. Iftrae, i Saturda'night.
How many of .the. NEWS readers
saw the clipse last Saturday?
There -Will be ahalidsiy singing at
Mountain Valley church; Ion July 28th.
Every' lover of music . is invited . to at
tend. Glad News No. 2, will be the
Ruffs Saturday night. ;i
Mr. T. N. Wilson, made a flying
trio to Big Level, Sunday last.
Mr. N. L. Whiteside and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, will leave for Montana,
on June 20th, .where '' they will spend
the summer. y
Mri and Mrs. A. J. Dimsdale have
returned to their home, from Chase
City, Va. . ;
Miss Mattie Williams spent Sunday
afternoon with Mary ancE Bessie Hil
ton. ; ,f .
' Remember the singing convention
at Rock bpnne: next Sunday. Let s
be there. ' " ' ;
Mrs. Harry Bennett sgent Sunday
With her mother, Mrs. NJ j. Williams
Ho, ho, hum. Grain (jutting time
is dawning upon us- : f
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Geo. A. Gash and wife ; to M. E.
Howard, 10 - acres; consideration,
$238.50. - ' - ' t
J. E. Jones and Richard McEntyre
to W. A.lReed "and wife,. acre; Con
sideration, $275.00. "f t '
,VG'W. Justice to Jno. Si Thompson
and wife, . 133 acres,. ; consideration
$70.80. ; - :
MILL SPRING KOUTE 1.
Rev. W. W. Womack filled his reg
ular appointment at Lebanon, Sunday.
lhe farmers are busy now m the
harvest fields. ' - !
Bert Edwards. Miss Barbara White.
Therrell Skipper and Miss Elida
White, went to Rock Sprines. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Green were
visitors at Mr. Wilson's, Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wilson
a son. '.
Go to Rock Springs next Sunday.
W. S. Sv
Mr. Ben Green visited Mr. Jas.
Thompson, Sunday. i- ,
Mr. J. Horton and family, from S.
C,. visited Mr. M. P. Gosnell, Sunday.
Oliver Taylor has returned home
from Hopewell, Va. ; !
Misses Missie and Dorcas "Edwards
spent . Sunday with ; Miss Bessie
Thompson. . c , . , - r v
Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Waldrop spent
Sunday at Jl. B. Dalton's. .1 .
Misses Mossie and Dorcas Edwards
had the pleasure of attending services
at Barefoot school house, Sunday af
ternoon. ;' ' . i
Rev. Bud Jackson held services at
Barefoot school house; . Sunday at 4
p. m. A large- crowd was present:
Otis Waldrop and wife were : the
pleasant callers at J. T. Green's,; Sun-,
day afternoon. , i ; r .
W. S. S- -TRYON
We had a long, long twiUght. hour
Saturday. Some with smoked glass
es observed oldUnother nature's- great
olacK pencil v blotting-- out Uncle Sol
until she hurled a huee cloud, in. the
way, then a small boy was heard to
exclaim, "If V had a flying machine
I'd get to see it all." -X- '.
t What more perfect ' weatherHcould
we wish ? Showers enough ' to' make
plants live, and not , enough - to :1top
Many W the route were hindered
from church going on account of sick
ness and contagious diseases, 'and
failed to hear the interesting sermon
delivered by Rev. Roy Lewis.
Miss Elsie Edwards enjoyed the
day delightfully with Miss Margaret
All the darkies for miles around, or
nearly so, enjoyed childrens' e day at
Stony KnolL last Sunday; and believe
me, they had a jolly time.
Mr. Weasel visited the Hamilton
home Sunday night, and killed seven
chickens, and returned with all his
Kaiserism the next day to view what
he had done only to meet a sudden
Well, new beans and cucumbers
an be reported from our garden this
Hurrah for the Sammies over there.
and the navy boys who will do their
duty over here.
W. s. s.
A patriotic meeting in the interest
of th coming War Savings campaign,
which begins June 23rd, will be held
at the Baptist church, Sunday, June
17th. Kev. R. N. Pratt, pastor, will
conduct the morning meeting, and
speakers have been secured for the
afternoon. We hope for a good i at
tendance, and especially, urge the
presence of all residents of Columbus
township, so as to familiarize them
selves with the work that will be done
during War Savings Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McFarland
spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. McFarland. Mr. McFarland is
staying at Camp Jackson, Columbia.
Mrs. Angie McFarland is visiting
her son Mr. R. F. McFarland, , and
will spend some time here.
Mr. Washington Hill spent a few
days with his family last week, i
Mrs. E. B. Cloud spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Walker's, Greens
Mrs. Uuderwood, of Lynn, visited
her daughter, Mrs. Chas Davenport,
Mr. John Carnegie, who' is located
at Rutherfordton, is visiting his
mother this week.
Relatives have received word that
Printz Clark has arrived safely oyer
Mr. Euland Weaver, son of F. jL.
Weaver has left for France.
Miss Ruth Weaver, of Clyde, is vis
iting relatives here.
The Red Cross and Betterment
Club meet Saturday at 3 p. m. Ev
eryone is requested to bring their ma
terials to be cut for the hospital, quilt
now being made by the club.
; We enjoyed having Rev. Roy Lewis
with us last Sunday night at the Bap
tist church. Rev Lewis is another
one of Columbus High School boys
who have made good.
The ladies, especially, are anxious
to hear something about the Polk
County Fair. - Wc hope to have i a
corner to display some ovf our war
time cooking which nas been given
much of our attention the past year.
' w. s. S I
! The British and French continue to
marvpl at the fiehtintr spirit and tac
tics of the z American ; boys, me
French' say ' they have done a great
deal to revive the spirits of their sol
diers. Just wait until we get two. or
three millions over there, then" Bill
Hohenzollern will be looking ; for an
other job. " ; ' . ' 1 - ' . ' - ;
$1.50 A YEAR
THE POLK COUNTY :
Make an Appeal for Money to
Defray Expenses of v the
SUBSCRIPTIONS ASKED FOR.
At the meeting of the Board of
Directors of ; the Polk County. Fair
Association, held at Bank of Tryon,
last Monday, the report of the Prem
ium List Committee was presented.
TLhis committee estimates that for a
three days' fair this year it will re
quire, in addition to what;. State
aid we may get, $350.00 in money.
After the matter was discussed it
was agreed to present the .matter
through the press, 'to the people of
Folic county and her friends, and ask
for subscriptions to raise this amount.
It is true that the people of the
county have been called on of late
very frequently for subscriptions, but
this time it is for a purely home af
fair. Of all times when Polk county
should hold a fair and do alj possible -to
- stimulate activities agriculturally,
v.is mis year,. ana so long as the
present , war may last.
Three hundred and fifty dollars is a
small amount to ask for, after all,
and we. believe that the people of the
county want Na Fair bad enough to
freely -subscribe this amount. As
there is no entry fee or admission fee .
asked, the only way to raise money is
by subscription. Not & penny of this
tnoney will leave Polk county, so we
wm not be one cent, worse off finan
cially, by giving this amount, but the '
good that 'it will do can not be esti
mated: : . '" -'- . '?
? The following5 subscriptions have
already been received. Let all others
send in their, names and money right
away ; so that there may . not be any.
delay inthe air -workj" , .
? Fayette fThomson m t. i .6.00
Polk County News: 5jOO
Don't hesitate about the amount
you may want to donate. No amount
too large or too small to be accepted.
N w. s. S-
FAIR TOWNSHIP COMMITTEES.
The following named parties have .
been appointed as members of the
township committees for the Polk
Tryon C. M. Howes, chairman;
Harold Doubleday, J. F. Black, T. A.
Flippy, Mrs. R. G. Kirchner, Mrs. J.
P. Black and Mrs. T. A. R ippy.
Saluda Lafayette Thompson, chm
P. H. Bailey, E. J. Bradley, Zeb
Rhodes, Mrs. H. P. Corwith. Miss An
)ie Slaughter, and Miss Annie Grum
bles. Columbus Prof. E. W. S. Cobb,
chairman; J, T. Waldrop, A. T. Hart,
and C. E. Shore, Mrs. R. G. Hamilton,
Mrs. J. W. Arledge and Mrs. J. A.
W. S. S. ' -POLK
COUNTY RED CROSS.
At the May meeting of the execu
tive committee the following resolu
tion was passed: "That it is th.
sense of the executive committee now
in session that it should be the policy
of this chapter henceforth, to endea
vor, to make; each branch or auxiliary
of this chapter self-sustaining as to
funds for purchase of material used
by such branch."
The newest branch, that formed at
Abolene a few weeks ago, is estab
lished on the self-sustaining basis. ,
This means that fifty per cent, of all
membership fees and twenty-five per
cent, of its war fund donation will be
credited to .each branch or auxiliary
for its use in purchasing materials to
be made up, also all branches have
the right to give entertainments or
raise funds in any of the ways ap
proved by the American Re,d Cross.
At the meeting of the executive
committee held June 6th, Mr. Edwin
Lindsey was appointed shipping and
receiving agent for the chapter.
The treasurer reported, four hun
dred and six dollars spent, mostly for
supplies, in May, and a balance of
something over a hundred and twenty
dollars in the treasury. Our twenty
five per cent of the war fund will
keep the ball rolling awhile, but more
money will soon be needed.
Miss Janet Freeman has resigned as
chairman of the co-operative commit
tee, as she will be out of town. Mrs.
E. E. Missildine was elected chair
man. It was decided that this com
mittee should hold not only its former
duties as entertainment committee,
but should act as a board of refer
ence to which all branches and auxil
iaries throughout the county could
turn for any advice concerning enteN
tainments. ; -: ;
Mrs. Lindsey asks that every one
save every particle of . wool; even
pieces an inch long. These can b
turned, in at headquarters via Mrs.
Lindsey, and be respun into new wool.
; How many army nurses . in Polk
county ? Or are they , all in the