"DISCIPLE OF THE DEVIL"
DIES IN ELECTRIC CHADS
RALEIGH, N. C. ? Sidney Etheridge,
44, disdaining all religious ministrations
and claiming close relationship
with the devil, was jerked into
eternity from his seat in the electric
chair in State's Prison Friday for the
brutal murder and robbery of Mrs.
Mamie Moore. 71-year-old Onslow
County recluse, whose hoardings may
have been $3,000 or more.
The electrocution, the 150th in the
State's chair, was witnessed by several
Genera! Assembly members, including
Dr. C. A. Peterson. Mitchell
County Republican, who has introduced
a bill to supplant the electric
chair with a lethal gas chamber as a
method of execution. The legislators
agreed that the electrocution was by
no means as horrible as they had been
led to believe by newspaper stories
seeking to show the horror and stop
Ethendge asked for half a pint of
liquor before his death. This was denied.
His emblem, he said, was the
black cat. He denied his guilt.
TRT CK FERTHJZEK
As a general fertilizer for most
truck and garaen crops, a mixture
containing 5 per cent nitrogen, 7 per
cent phosphoric acid, and 5 per cent
potash gives satisfactory results.
Leafy crops such as cabbage, lettuce,
and kale will require more nitrogen
but this can be supplied iri the form
of side-applications. The kind and
amount of fertiiibers together with
tile time of application for the various
garden crops are given in Extension
Circular Nyo. 199. copies of which
may l>r* secured from the A pi irulmrnl
Editor at Stat*? College
Alexander farmers spent the la3t
two weeks in terracing and orchard
work. Much pruning was done.
"I'd walk a
mile for a
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Come in and Talk the
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! PARENT-TEACHER GROUP
ENJOY MUSICAL PROGRAM
The local Parent-Teacher Associaj
tion held its regular monthly meeting
at the Elementary Demonstration
, School building Thursday afternoon,
; March 14. The following "musical prol
gram, rendered by students of Mrs.
J. N. Norton, was thoroughly enjoyed
by all present:
At the Dancing Lesson," Betty
Clay: "Tweed le Dum" and * Tweed lc
Dee." Lucile and Man,* Alice Cook;
The Harp," Laura Ruth Hagaman;
The Song of the Crow"; "Cathedral
Meditation" (Lemare) "Love Dreams"
i Liszt L Ervin Norton, accompanied
by Miss Almeria Russ; "Music 'Round
, the World,'' led by Carolyn Winkler:
Indian Dance," Louise Taylor; "In!
dian Dance by the Firelight," Betty
1 Clay; t England) "Old English Folk
Song," TTelon Hoover; (German) "Bri
| da! Chorus" by Wagner, Alma Ruth
' Hagaman: Italy) Italian Folk Song: I
<Russia> "Dolly's Funeray March." i
Betty Clay; (Holland) "Wooden Shoe:
Dance." Laura Ruth Hagaman:'
; (Spain) "Spanish Folk Song." Georgia
Avers; Hitch Hiking" < Around:
: the world, where'er we go . . .). Lou-;
lise Taylor: song. "Spring Is Here"; I
The Rose Garden," Mary Alice I
, Cook; "Fairy Land Music. ' Helen j
Hoover: "Fairy Lanterns," Carolyn i
Winkler: "Fairies at Play." Mary Doris
Wright: "Cuckoo Song," Bobby
Clay; "The Cuckoo Clock" (duet). Lu:
cile and Mary Alice Cook.
During the business session the
ways and means committee reported
! about S33.00 was realized from the
box supper and the sale of tickets
j for the picture, "Little Men."
The vote to determine the largest
j number of parents present for each
grade was taken, and Mrs. Oiay's
tnird grade won. This gave it thej
The April meeting will be one of|
social and business activities combined.
At this time the election of officers
for the ensuing year will be
VALLE CRCCIS NEWS
The March meeting of the Valle
| r; ;- .s wood WTTl Club met at Mrs.
| .T : C. Mast's lovely home on Thursday
evening of last week. We were
V fortunate to have Mrs. G. C. Ora-1
i Siftni toll us some interesting* points ,
' on London. Oiner out-of-town guests
I were Mr. G. C. Graham, and Mr. and
i Mrs; Herbert Thomas of Cheyenne,
Wyo. The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. W. W. Mast and Mrs. R.
Mr Gilbert Taylor, with his friend, j
Mr. James, is at home with home- j
folks for a short vacation.
Mr. and Mis. Gordon Taylor are al-.j!
so at home for a few clays.
Several A. S. T. C. students visited
in diis community over the week-end.
They were: Miss sjaii Phillips and
j Mr. Frank Moore, who visited Mr.
i and Mrs. T. C. Baird; Miss Nan Dula
land Mr. Rogers Ewing, who visited
! "Aunt" Josie Mast: Miss Hoffman
and Mr. Ciinej Farthing, with Mr. and
Mrs Joe K Mast.
Miss Nannie Hunting was called
home reeently on account of the illness
of her grandmother.
Mrs Emma Taylor entertained several
young people at her home on
A number of teachers and students
of the Valie Crucis School motored
to AsfroviHe Monday.
Mrs. C. D. Taylor accompanied Mr.
1 and Mrs. Bynuni Tavior to Elizabeth!
ton last Monday.
j The Womens' Auxiliary met at the
[home of Mrs Lee Michael on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Mast, Mr.
I Howard Mast, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Taylor
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown attended
the funeral of Mr. Murray
1 Critciier in Boone Sunday.
Miss Laura Farthing spent the
week-end at A. S. T. C.
Miss Pearle and Grace Mast mo:
toyed to Uie game at Winston-Salem
. in which the Cove Creek team participated.
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nie acting jutiges oearci loonea rather
rough, so Frank A. Tirrell, attorney
of Rockland, Maint, told him
so. He was fined 20 cents, the price
i of a shave.
. . TESTED
Matter Over With Us.
and Lime Filler.
FUTURE FARMERS OF COVE
CREEK "RAISE" MEMBERS
S The Cove Creek Chapter. F. F. A.,
met in regular session March 15th at
the High School Building. In addi' in
! to the program the following boys
raiseu their degrees from Green
Hands to Future Fanners: James
Sherwood. Volt Shore, Tonimie Ward,
| and Clint Elliot. Each received a gold
piii with the Future Farmer emblem.
In connection with the evening agricultural
class a play, "Farmer!
Tom." will be given m tne surround
ing districts illustrating the plant
foods, lime, calcium, phosphate and
potash. The final presentation will be
at the Cove Creek High School.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
T'nder and bv virtue of the authority
conferred by deed of trust excj
cuted by C. F. Dixon (single) dated
the 1st day of February. IP28. and '
recorded in Book 12, Page 287. in the
office of the Register of Deeds for
Watauga County. V. S. Bryant. Substituted
Trustee, will, at twelve o'- i
clock noon on
Tuesday. April Otli, 193.%
at the Court House Door of Watauga;
County in Bcone, North Carolina, sell
at public auction for cash to the highest
bidder, the following land, to-wit: I
A certain lot or parcel of land ly- j
ing in or near the town of Boone.
North Carolina, and
BEGINNING at a stake on the bank
of the Blowing Rock Highway, also
being a corner of Smith Hagaman's
and runs with his line north 57 de
greos cast 238 feet to a stake: thence
south 33 degrees east 100 feet to a?
stake; thence south 57 degrees west | j
23a feet to a slake e?ii the bank of; |
the Blowing Rock Road: thence with ;
said road north 33 degrees west 100 j
feet to the beginning, and containing I
23.800 square feet.
This sale is made on account of
default in payment of the indebtedness
secured by said deed of trust,
and is subject to all taxes and assessments
against said property
whether now due or to become due.
A five per cent (5#-) cash deposit
will be required of the highest bidder
at the sale.
This the 13th lav of March, 1935.
v p Bryant,
3-21-4c Substituted Trustee.! 1
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