Uttle Walter Barrett of Hamilton
Street is able to be up after a brief
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daniel of Hart
ford, Conn., have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Meade.
Mr a’d Mrs. Allen Zollicoffer were
fa OYv 1 Hill for the game Satur
Mr H F. Edgerton of Atlanta, Ga..
Sms ’• c*e : spending some time with Mr.
aval K s. Claude Edgerton.
Mrs. \ irginia Shelton, who has been
spend ng some time as the guest of
hsc y; other, Mrs. Charlena Hart, re
lumed :o Lexington, N. C., Monday.
31 s. Frank Joyner has returned
from a trip to Richmond, Va.
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Camp motored
to Chapel Hill Saturday for the foot
Mrs. J M. Jackson, Mr. Steve Lips
(cr>mb. Miss Katherine Jackson and
Kr. Wilbur Anderton attended the
football game in Chapel Hill Satur
Mr and Bfc-s. Juilan Allsbrook mo
tored to Chapel Hill for the football
The f Mowing attended the football
garar at Chapel Hill Saturday: Messrs
A. E. Akers, John Bounds, Colon
VomUe and James Womble.
Mr and Mrs. John King and baby
of Roanoke Rapids, and Mr. King’s
sister, Miss Mattie King of Washing
ton D. O., spent Sunday with rela
tives in Littleton.
Mr. J. M. Jackson spent the week
in Hickory, N. C., with Mr. and .
>3*— Francis Patterson. He was ac
.rompan i on his return homeby Miss
Virginia Jackson, who has been spend
ing some time in Western North
Mr. M. H. Tucker visited his sister,
Mrs. L. J. Meade Monday.
Mr. J. H. Morris of Suffolk, Va.,
spent the week-end with his mother,
Mrs. J. A. Morris.
Mr. O. A. Sullivan, Mr. R. M. Henly
and Mr. H. E. Sullivan of Gaffney, S.
C., visited their sisters, Mrs. L. B.
Crouch and Mrs. G. M Gurley, last!
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray ami daugh
ter. Mary Louise, Mr. and Mrs.
Moody Hedgepeth and children. Hel-:
on and Doris, and Mrs. W. H. Jones
visited relatives in Oxford last Sun
Mrs. Will Morris and children, who
have been spending some time with
relatives in Robersonville, have re
turned to their home.
Mrs. Jimmie Long and Mr. Henry
Devathan of Rocky Mount and Mr.
and Mrs. Page of Elm City, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Mr. and Mrs. Koy Taylor ana son
spent Sunday with relatives in Sea
Mr. Buck Taylor spent Sunday with
friends in Robersonville.
Mr. Vernon Britton of Emporia,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Britton.
Mr. Irwin Mason left Monday for
Mrs. Crosby Smith and daughter of
Detroit-, Mi«/i., are standing some
time with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc
Earl Gaddy spent the week-end
Messrs Jesse and Dempsey Dixon
and Miss Margaret Dixon of Whit
akers. Mrs. H B. Lewis, Miss Mil
dred Lewis ml! iff Ifirft 3riT* ^
Rocky Mount spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. J. A. Pridgen.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boice and son
Thomas of Rich Square spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Elizabeth Arden Treatment
is based on three fundamental steps, Cleans
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this same method at home, using Elizabeth 1
Arden’s Venetian Cleansing Cream, Ardena Skin
Tonic, Special Astringent and Orange Skin Food.
A little Home Treatment each morning and
night will give you a clear lovely skin.
Elizabeth Arden'S Venetian Toilet Preparations _
are on sale at 1
ROSEMARY DRUG CO.
Rosemary, North Carolina
Must you start anew
to save for a home?
You made great sacrifices
in order to build your home.
But fire, in a few hours, can
carnage and destroy your home
fad its furnishings. Could you
f hen be secure because of complete
fire insurance protection? Or
would you have to begin to save
f ll over again because of no insur
ance whatever—or an insufficient
Why not settle any question
cn your insurance today?
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Mr. W. E. Fuller, wV ' as been sick
at his home on Jacks- . Jt. is able to
be out again.
Mrs. L. C. Howell n \ Mrs. W. E.
Murphrey attended a Lr.dge party in
Littleton last week .
Mr. Frank Joyner r. 1 Mr. George
Hayes attended a Ch rolet meeting ;
in Robersonville Mond
Mr. Cebron Jordan r. ul Miss Eliza
Woodruff of Garysbu ■ - spent Tues
day with Mis® Xita Tu ner.
Mr. Norfleet Vick >ent several
days here last week his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Vick.
Mrs. T. R. Mannin , Miss Alieen
Pendleton and Miss ?' irray are at
tended a Kings Daughters meeting
in Rockingham last we'd*.
Saturday evening at Coletrane Hall
Misses Ada Edwards and Omara Dan
iel were joint hostesses at the teach
ers Bridge Club. The living room
where four tables were placed for
players was lovely with fall flowers
and autumn leaves. Places were found
by tallies. The high score prize was
won by Mrs. George Hayes who was
given a brush as a prize. Favors were
given each guest, little baskets writh
candy flowers. A sweet course was
served at ten thirty. Those playing
were Misses Virginia Blount, Martha
Craddock, Hart Sheridan, Julia Blount
Elizabeth Tait, Chapman, Hunter
Yernie Eddins, Mesdames J. W. Ross,
Carroll Wilson, R. P. Beckwith. Geo.
Haves, W. S. Dea-a and Ben Israel of
Rev. C. T. Thrift, pastor of Rose
mary Methodist Church, was called to
the Northern Neck of Virginia re
cently to the burial of his sister. Miss
Surie E. Thrift, who - V sudde'ly
l If ihUmJ blrrt* 1 'rH
The Womans Missionary Society of
the Roanoke Rapids Baptist Church
met last Tuesday week in the church.
Mrs. J. H. Hines conducted the meet
ing and the devotions were led by
Mrs. C. N. Wheeler, who told the
story of the Prodigal Son. Mrs. P.
E .Allsbrook of Rosemary made a talk
on State Missions which was much
enjoyed. A solo “My Task,'* TCA? sung
by Mr. Harvey Saunders. Mrs. J. H.
Hines gave an interesting account of
the Associational meeting recently
held at Wilson, N. C., and the Halifax
County meeting held at Scotland
Neck. There nineteen members pres
ent and two visitors.
Miss Vashti Kennemur and Mrs.
Zollie Powell were joint hostesses on
Sautrday evening, Oct. 25 at the home
of Miss Kennemur, honoring Mrs. Wil
liam Alligood a recent bride. Bridge
was played at three tables in the liv
ing room which was decorated with
colored dahlias and potted plants.
Guests were seated by tallies. Sever
al progressions were played and then
the guests were invited into the din
ing room which was decorated with
fall flowers. A huge pumpkin was
used as a centerpiece on the dining
table at which was served a salad
course. Mrs. Alii good was requested
to remove the top of the pumpkin
and inside she found many useful and
pretty gifts. Mrs. George Lampley
was present*' 1 with high score prize.
Those prese... were: Mesdames Paul
Woteks, Ivey Mohorn, Bernard Ed
mondson, Lester Edmondson, William
Alligood, Eugene Wilson, George
I.ampley and Misses Elmer Clark,
Myrtle Lipscomb and Catherine Hines.
The following ladies attended the
11th District meeting of the Womans
clubs which was held at Woodland,
N. C., Wednesday. Mesdames T. W. M.
Long, Claremv Grimmer, Jim Taylor,
W. S. Dean, Fred Brown and George
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP. MANAGEMENT. CIRCU
LATION, ETC. REQUIRED BY
THE ACT OF CONGRESS
OF AUGUST 24, 1912
Of The Herald, published weekly
at Roanoke Rapids, N. C., for Oct. 1,
State of North Carolina,
County of Halifax—ss.
Before me. a notary in and for the
State and County aforesaid, personal
ly appeared Carrol L. Wilson, who,
having been duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he is the
ownet a*"d editor **f The Herald and
» W- «.•«-*— w * %. --- -/
rus Kiicryiecige anu ucuei, a true
ment of the ownership, management,
etc., of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown in the above caption,
required by the Act of August 24,
1912, embodied in section 411, Postal
Laws $nd Regulations, printed on the
reverse side of this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing edi
tor, and business manager are: Pub
lisher, Carrol L. Wilson .Roanoke Ra
pids, N. C.
2. That the owner is: Herald
Printing Co., Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Carrol L. Wilson, Roanoke Rapids,
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or other securities are: Roa
noke Bank & Trust Co., Rosemary,
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own
ers, stockholders, and security hold
ers, if any, contain not only the list
of stockholders and security holders as
they appear upon the books of the
company but also, in cases where the
stockholder or security holder appears
upon the books of the company as
trustee or other fiduciary relation, the
name of the person or corporation
for whom such trustee is acting, is
given; also that the said two para
graphs contain statements embracing
affiant’s full knowledge and belief as
to the circumstances and conditions
under which stockholders and security
holders who do not appear upon the
books of the company as trustees,
hold stock and securities in a capacity
other than that of a bonafide owner;
and this affiant has no reason to be
lieve that any other person, associa
tion, or corporation has any interest
direct or indirect in the said stock,
bonds, or other securities than as so
stated by him.
CARROL L. WILSON.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 4th day of November, 1930.
J. H. KING.
My commission expires April 6. 1930.
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Notice of Sale of Land by
By virtue of the authority confer
red upon the undersigned trustee by
that certain deed of trust, executed
Nov. 1, 1924 by S.J. lludgins and wife
Margaret Hudgins, and duly record
ed in Book 357 at page 304, Halifax
County Registry, default having been
made in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured, I wrill sell the
foliowring described lands to the high
«>* r'*b)ic nucticn for "ash r.t
_-ox. —v- of Halifax Coun
ity, in Halifax, N .C., on Monday the
eighth day of December, 1930, at
12:00 o’clock noon:
Lying an dbeing in Ha\fix G" in‘y
North Carolina, and beginning at the
center of the Brinkleyville and Wel
dcn road, opposite a stake, Lot No
1 new made corner in W. J. Collier’s
line along center of road 824 feet to
Dick Harris comer opposite a stake;
thence with Harris line N 54 15W”
2310 feet to a stake on old fence line,
jDick Harris corner in W. E. Bowers
line; thence with Bowers line N 43
45 E 740 feet to a stake on the old
fence line, Lot No. 1, new made corn
er in W. E. Bowers line; thence with
Lot No. 1 S 36 30 E 2140 feet to the
beginning, containing forty one acres
and twenty one-hundredths (41.20)
more or less, being Lot No. two of
the Kemp Taylor estate, according to
survey of C. E. Foster, C. E.
This third day of November, 1930.
L. M. JOHNSON,
Here are the new winter suits, over
coats that will meet your every re
quirement for winter. All the new
colors in fine quality woolens. Keep
warm this winter in ‘•Quality” Gar
One and 2 Pants Suits
Overcoats & Topcoats
$14.75 to $27.50
$12.00 to $25.00
The Quality Shop
C. C. SHELL, Manager Rosemary, N. C.
Theodore Shaw of Roxboro spent
Friday visiting here with friends.
W. P. Edmondson is back in town
after visiting in LaCrosse, Williams
burg, Va., and Henderson.
Notice of Sale of Real
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by Ethel Crawley
Hamlet and her husband, B.C. Hamlet,
to Hobart Brantley, Trustee, dated
I February 15th, 1926, and recorded in
j Book 368, page 127, Halifax County
Registry, default having been made in
the payment of the indbetedness
thereby secured as therein provided,
and the undersigned trustee having
been requested by the holder of said
indebtedness t* foreclose said deed of
trust, will, on Sautrday, November 22,
1930, at or about the hour of 12:00
o’clock noon, in front of the U. S.
Post Uifice located in tne old Hollis
ter Bank Building, in the town of Hol
lister, Halifax County, North Caro
lina, offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, the fol
lowing described real estate, lying and
being in the town of Hollister, Hali
fax County, North Carolina:
First. All of those certain nine
tracts or parcels of land fully des
cribed in a deed of trust from A. B.
Schlichter and wife to C. R. Burnette,
an Geo. Bryan, Trustees, dated Janu
ary 3, 1921, and recorded in Book 320,
page 182, Halifax County Registry,
which description is made a part here
of as fully as if same had been here
in copied for the purpose of describ
ing the property herein conveyed, and'
being the lands first described in deed
from J. T. May to Ethelyn Crawley
Hamlet of even date herewith, which
deed is recorded in Book -page.
-, Halifax County Registry. There
is excepted, however, from the above
described lands lot No. 24 in Block
“D” of the Williams tract, which lot
was conveyed by J. T. May to Arring
ton and King 'by deed recorded in
Book -, page -, Halifax Coun
Second. Lying and being in the
town of Hollister, Halifax County,
North Carolina, beginning at the
southeast intersection of Gibbs Ave
nue and Main Street, and running
along said Main Street in a Southerly
direction 50 feet, cornering at right
thence i n an easterly direction
l u u i e e t cornering at right
angles; thence in a northerly direc
tion, a line parallel with the first line
50 feet to Gibbs Avenue; thence along
Gibbs Avenue 100 feet to the point
of begining and being the lot ef land
upon which stands the old Bank Build
ing, and the identical tract or lot of
land secondly described in deed from
J. T. May to Ethelyn Crawley Hamletr
of even date herewith, which deed is
recorded in Book-.page-, Ha
lifax County Registry.
This the 20th day of October, 1930.
FRI- SAT. NOV 7-8
Bessie I^ove and Hug Trevor
“ Conspiracy ”
And S-O-U-N-D Novelties
Roa. Rapids, N. C*
MONDAY and Tuesday, NOV 10-11
One woman wise in the ways of
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other, reared in innocence, had the
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orful romance of a singer of Seville
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