The Franklin Times
aic* iom wjt
A. F. JOHJiSON, Editor
THE COUNTY, THE. STATE, THE UNION
EIGHT PAGES THIS WEEK
L0CI8BCRG, 5. C, FBID.W, HAY 27, 1981.
rcncurne* *\m p?- im
I an? strong tor the bond issue he
<ause the Superintendent has said, and
f I" " fiinllliin In bnny
? that the increased facilities are Im
perative If we expect the children uf
? m> [?'?mmunlty to pace with those
01 other communitiee in the improve
ment of both their bodies and minds;
- anri the further fart that I have heard
many excuses wl\y the matter nhount
" be deferred, but absolutely no valid
REASON .why every Jr*llot- deposited
on thfr 31st of May should not read
? .. U L. JOYNER.
I am for G raded "Sphool Bonds be
cause Mr. W. R. Mllls/tHV Superintend
dent, says we need a new building and
better equipment and I am billing to
trust Ills judgment.
L. E. SCOGGIN'. \
I am for Graded School Bonds be
cause, notwithstanding "hard times,"
I have not lost faith In the future nor
the children of Louisburg Graded Sc
hool District. My taxes are heavy
and all of' my property is situated in
the Doulsturg Graded School District
but from k material as well as a mor
ar standpoint I teel that an improved
Graded School will be worth Immeas
? nrahlv more than the additional tax
and if there were any aoQbt tn my
mind I would decide the doubt In fav
or of our boys and girls and vot?-in_
li\ or of School Bonds on May 31st.
W. E. WHITE.
:.m in favor of School Bonds ?
tTecause our schools need to ho
enlarged anji better equtpped. And
this need is imperative.'
Hi?rnu?e these needs can be met
mere promptly and satisfactorily by~
a bond issue than any other way.
T nui i.li.. 1 tn-W -t
shali go forward and not backward. To
vote against bonds is to vote against
better schools. And to vote against
better schools is to v#te against all
ilif liflsr ? nf llin tnirn -ngninst
the best interests of ali :ae boys and
girls of this and the succeeding gen
4. Because the bond issue equai
Izes the financial burdens, if to any U
seems to^e a burden. He who Is
worth $100.00 is on an equality with
him who is worth $1,000.00 ? with him
who Is worth $100,000.00 and so on.
W. B. MORTON'.
' The* following paragraphs are ex
pressions from the citizens of Louis
burg Graded School District on ?the
subject of the school bond election to
be held next Tuesday:
I will vote for school bonds because
I believe that our boys and girls should
have an equal chance and opportunity
with the boys and girls of other com
S. Z. DOWNEY.
My reason for voting for school
First a selfish one, I would like to
have my children educated in as good
schools as any town of this size could
2nd. I expect: to always make my
home in tbl& town and wish It to be
able to have good schools, which it
can. If Its citizens will unite to make
3rd. I want to see the town grow,
if our schools artf net aa uptodate as
other places afTord, people will not
consider this town as a home. More
people bring more business, so the
merchant, lawyer, doctor, in fact ev
ery one who has a business must look
to the future, do all you can to make
our town so attractive in raising this
standard of right living others will
take notice and want to be among us.
MR8. S. T. WILDER.
As k citizen of Loulaburg, I am for
Graded School Bonds because I know
that a bigger and better Graded School
will mean a bigger and better town
and community. As an Individual, I
am for Oraded School Bonds, because
my only child has Just graduated at
the Loulaburg Graded School and if
voted against bonds I would feel that
I was a selfish traitor to every other
m&n's children In the T?oulshurg
Graded School District.
R. A. BOBBITT.
I am in favor of Graded School j
Bonds because they mean an Improv
ed Graded School and, an improved
Graded School is the best assurance j
that my children will be educated and
the education of my children means
more to me than anything else except
MRS D. G PEARCK.
I ami for Graded School Honds be
cause I am for better schools and a
vote In favor of school bonds, In my
opinion, will be a vote In favor of bet
J V. HARRIS.
I am for school bonds because times
arc hard and threaten to continue so
for a long time to come. I can see no
c Nance for our children unless we ed
ucate them at least as well as the
children of other communities Gen
iuses sometimes succeed without edu
cation and fools usually rail even with
education, but most men and women
occupy" that station In life for which
they have been fitted by education and
< ; r A BATmr ^TTxryyr jstt
? Tttery han ?ni> In mf the import
that Home of our landlords hare
threatened to raise the rents of
their tenants voting tor School
Bond*. I hope these reports are
Incorrect a* we would hate to ac
knowledne that we have any <IU
len* a nonius oMhe^ **Bent Hog"
however, and anj tenant so threat
ened will make an affidavit to that
effect 1 will give bend with ?h4
and sufficient sureties, to p*j~To
-oeh tenant tiit amuttlij his rent
may be Increased on account ^?T
said Reboot hnnds, tor the period
of one feSf and mil promise that
soeh landlord wfHbe prosecuted
to the full ektmt for violation of
t. h. malo>e.
training. I have only one vote, but
I rr^jd in the face of every child I see
an appeal to me to cast it tor school
bonds, and Jt will be so cast.
^ H. YARBOH0UGH.
One of the prlnclpaKreasons why I
am for school bonds js because with
the money available from th? bonds
we will, be able to build. and nisictaln
a_ school that will carry the average
child a long way beyond the point to'
.which he can now gOT Only a very
small per cent "ST the children ever
get in high school is only academical,
and while it lays the foundation for
the teactilng of a profession; it docn
not teach any child any profession,
Iharafnra, when lh? ?v?r?? child left
ves school he leaves with a good foun
dation to build upon but with no ma
terial to build with.
the bond election Is successful, not
rmir?i-s be given
but the children will be taught pro
fessional courses. The girls will be
taught domestic science, etc. and the
boys will receive courses in agricul
ture and commercial professions, such
as they can now get only when they
attend a college and which, of course,
the average child will miss.
As to the statement tliilt lb put fuilli
by -oome that 4b not Uie.Ume for vot
ing bonds to enlarge our school I can
only say that scarcely a week passes
in which there is not an account of
one or more elections held for school
bonds and 1 have yet to see the ac
count of one that was not successful.
If other towns can afford theni now
Louisburg can and knowing the need
for a better and a larfcirt- school here
I would feel that I was untrue to my
self and my neighbors !r I voted aga
inst Graded School Bonds.
JOSEPH C. JONES.
FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER
We the undersigned, meipbers of
the Louisburg Graded School Alumni,
-ptedge-eurselyes to vote and work In
favor of Graded School Bonds, the
9p?ciaiv.Electlon to be held on May
the 31st, 1921:
Mr. James Collier.
Mrs. James Collier.
Mr. Ernest Thomas.
Mrs. Ernest Thomas.
Esther Andrews. m
Mrs. H. H. Hilton.
James Malone, Jr.
r Tom Ruffin.
Mrs. W. W. Wells.
Mrs. Edward Collier.
MrB. William Edens.
Mrs. G. W Cobb.
W. B. Tucker.
Mrs. E. W. Furgurson
Mrs. Henry I^each.
Ten Reasons why I favor the Bond
1. Because of what the money is
Ton ? improved school Facilities ? The
great need for which I know.
2. Because of the amount involved
Js neither too much nor too little to
meet an imperative need, and yet not
be burdensome upon the taxpayers.
3. Because I know that the child
ren of Louisburg are not being given
an equal chance with those of many
less prosperous communities.
4. Because l/ouisburg Is Hoo good
a place to be content with anything
that stamps her as a back number.
6. Because our children are our
most precious possessions whose In
terests are paramount and ought to
come before any consideration of dol
lars and cents.
C. Because there Is not the s'lght
est question but that we can meet the!
levy without material discomfort to
anyone ? 20 cents on the one hundred
! dollars valuation? less than we Rp
enci on chewing gum or totmcco.
i 7. Because I want to T?e In line wi
th the best and most progressive ele
(Continued on Pape Five)
BOND 1-H.Sl g IS PRIMARY FACTOR
The Time For The Small Tai lijrn
In the past few months the towns
It: North Carolina have roilowed in the
IUi>t?LTTps "f Hir itMifi ii nil linvc volad
over nine millions of dollars In bonds
for the improvements and erection of
high schools. Is this not proof tlstr
school impiuvemfeiHu are umjded with
in the state?
The state has lust appropriated mil
Hons- for the 4?v?laimiem of higher
education that those youths who ask
ed- llllllllll^nf.- tovair ln.HI,.llnn1
ght be'' admitted. In every part of
<he state today the erection of school
buildings is being carried on. Roan
oke Rapids, a town of 3,000 has Just
completed a *350,000 High Schbol buil
ding, Smithfleld has JuBt voted $200,
000 for schools, and over the sUite th
ere has been no bond Issue to amount
to anything, voted down. W?l! Louis
burg. a town of the very first origin,
break that long line of victories by
voting down an issue that they will
look back In future years as a day to
regret? Will they vote the bond is
sue and pave the way Tor their child
The question to be decided is not
whether the people of Louisburg town
ship are able to vote this bond issue,
hilt nrhnthar jfyg |n the nrh
001 situation is imperative. Wfto is
>here who will say that it is not Im
perative? Whals there who will say
that tba^courses given in the High
School ar^-^aufficiont ? to ? prepare ? n
youth for a daj^eer or prepare him for
college? There 1-w jio such Individual,
and if fhere be ~sttPlfcrhe'=t5=Hrafcjgx_4E
statement of which? Ignorant,
Wnnr n lth ma tn r ?. If vnn In
tend to send your son or dailghter to
If 1 had received instruction In plly,
sics, French, or a minor course in
chemistry while attending High Sch
ool I would have entered the Unl
versity behind my class mateF. As It
was, I had to be conditioned on these
courses. What was the result? I
had -to make them lip and in doing so
lose a half a year in college. If we
I had in our High School such elemen
tary courses 1 ctould have graduated
from the University in three years,
thereby saving tlit> Uilie and also the
sum of? ever three hundred .dollars.
Does this mean anything to you fath
[ ers and mothers who have children?
Do you intend for your son or daugh
ter to go to college for higher educa
tion? It so prepare them before they
go that they may save their time and
your money. This is an imperative
move in your life. Act wisely and
with profound consideration.
There is a report that taxes are too
heavy on some. This "some" are th
ose men who have enjoyed their weal
th while those who have borne the
blount of the toil lived in their mean.
I appeal to those who do not pay over
Fifty cents In taxes, and there are ov
er a hundred voters in Louisburg to
wnshlu who h#ve"rtStt<rren to be edu
cated and Who have not $2,000 listed
on the tax books to pay taxes on for
this bond iBsue. Will you pass by this
opportunity because you have to pay
$2,00? It Is said that you sympathize
with the man vfho pays hundreds of
dollars. Why sympathize with him?
Does he sympathize with yoil? The
time has now come for you to express
your desire for the opportunity that
will not come to you again for many
years. Are you looking towards a fu
ture for your child? If so rote for the
bond issue and assume him of a bright
future. Let no man influence you ag
ainst an issue that will be to your ad
vantage. The time, I say, is here.
Will you be satisfied ten years from
now and regret your act? Let not $2
refrain you from preparing your child
for the future. Vote for the bond Is
sue. Awake to the situation as It
confronts you. Ask yourself this
question, Mr. Small tax payer, who
are the men against the bond issue"
The answer Is, those who have thous
ands of dollars and who would Influ
ence you to vote against the bond is
sue that they may save their dollars.
Look your child In the face and vote
for his future.
JAS. S MASSENBIJRO.
University North Carolina.
The Annual Memorial Services to
those who died In Camp and on the
battlefields In the World War will be
held In Louisburg Monday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, after which Committees
will visit the graves of those who
have been brought home for burial
and after a short service decoFalc
them with suitable flowers.
The committees nre expected to In
lit the graves by 4 to 4:30 o'clock All
ex-service men 4-ho ran are requested :
to wear their uniform. All who at
tend are requested to wear a poppy,
the National flower of the American
Legion, a supply can he secured nt
Aycock Drug Co.
S?-r?lrf?< h| St. ThiiIX
Th? sorvlces at St. Paul's ('hiircli I
next Sunday, May 29th, will enrly j
communion at 7:30 A.^M., Morning
prayer and sermon at 11 A. M . Rev.
N. Collin Hughes* rector, officiating
Visitor* are cordially welcomed to
COMPLETES TERM AM) ADJOl'BSH
* - ^
Th? Kodlni one o< Abandant ExprM- j
? lisiio of <jnt Will and Pl?*antH
ITorVlnirs ? Wl^poswi of Many C?se?
Alii i' 1 a veritable shwwef of vorbal
etsT wBei elli the Attorneys, both
Ibr ihr bar, the Court officials anffthe
iWyll' . UiU 'Judge Coniwr nf '*"> ??"
latMiiun they had found in all the ses
sion* of his Courts wherein he had pre
Btderi over so abty, -impartial and fair
to alL parties, expressing the regret
that this was his last term with us fnr
soni" time, and wishing that circum
et?n< cs might so adjust themselves
that he n?lght return to us again soon
The oases disposed of since onr last
report were aa follows:
State vs Jeff Parrish. assault, not
8tate vs Mark Alford. false swear
enters plea nolo contendere, fin
ed ilOOO and costs.
8tatc vs Kd Richardson, selling wh
iskey, trial, not guilty.
State vs Ed Richardson, c c w. mis
trial and continued.
^nient suspended upon payment of costs
State vs Chesly Perry, enters plea of
manslaughter, to be confined In Jail
foi" three years, to be hired out to F.
AvenTT to pay costs, doctors bill and
State vs Otho Watkins, 1 and r, trial
Willy. tinea Jl.uu- ami (IU81S. ? ? ? 1
State vs Turner Driver a d w, con
tate vs Henry Punston false pre
State vs James -Dunsion, removing
'8tiit^va W. H. Ferrell anti H T*. Fer
dirhQBlng-of nnirl paired nronertv
comtinuetT^v^ - ? ?
. Slate vb Chufu* Loyd, I and r. con
~-$tate vs Jonas Air**rd. manslaugh
ter, continued. _
State vb Charles C. Ayesv^e. mur
? not guilty.
vb Joseph Ball, murder, Cva^i
possession of whiskey, continued.
State vs R. W. Hudson, operating
automobile while intoxicated,- contin
State vs Dave Bony* 90 days on
State vs Klinore Person. 90 days 011
State vs Her. Tope, judgment suspen
| ded in one case. S months in jail to be
liired to E. S. Fulghum in the other.
Before the adjournment of Court
Mr. W. H. Ruffin read tile following:
I. North Carolina ? Franklin County, Su
perior Court. May Term, 1921.
] To Honorable Geo. W. Connor. Judgf
4 ? - Presiding - - ?
We the undersigned officers and 0?
itu-ials. desire to express our sincere
hippreciatlon and thanks for the uni
?form courtesy, and kindness which you
I have always exhibited and tendered to
us at each term of Court which you
[have presided over in our County.
| In view of the fact that this term of
Court will be the last you^ will hold
fur us for quite a while, we feel that
we cannot allow this opportunity to
! jict88 without an expression of our feel
lings of gratitude and appreciation for
.the Interest you have always shown to
us in our official work and the dispo
sition you have shown to always as
jsist us in our duties in such a courte
ous and gentleman^ way. We regret
>our departure ajrohope you will soon
be allowed to return to us in the same
| Judicial capacity. With the very best
[wishes for you in the future., we are.
H. A. Kearney. Sheriff
J. J. Barrow, C. S. C.
J L. Palmer. Dep. C. S. C.
E. S. Fulghum, I). S.
P. E. Dean. D. 3.
W. N. Fuller. I) S
Gladys Vlck. Court Stenogra
SOLICITOR S REPORT
1 The following report wuspresented
jthe Court by Solicitor H. K. Norris:
i North Carolina ? Franklin County, Su
\ perlor Court. May Term. 1921.
I To the Hon. George \V. Connor. Judge
I The undersigned Solicitor of the
Seventh Judicial District respectfully
reports to the Court that he has exam
ined at this term of said Court into
the condition of the office of J J llar
i'QW, the Clerk of the Superior Court
o t said County, that he finds said of
fice well administered in all respect.*
that said Clerk keeps In his office all
? he books required by law. properly in
dexed for speedy and convenient.^ ref
Me further reports to the Court that,
so far as he can ascertain, the ac
counts* of the said Clerk, are regular
Respect fiflly submitted.
II. K. Noi rls. Solicitor
Seventh Judicial District.
Examined, approved, and ordered 1
Geo, W Connor. Jmlpe Presiding. !,
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Lf*mllj tJw Board of Tr?st**~< ( an ???
Restrained Ajraln-; Violating Any
ProTfclon 0/ Thflr fteaolatlon.
The following resolution passed by .
the Board nf Trustees of Louisburg
Gradsd School to Mitafrritatively giv
en out by the Secretary to the Board
'and the roTTowtag' legal opinion ot
I Messrs. Ben T. Holden, White & Ma
|lone ann i. w . ftufftn anuuld satisfy
I the most ^critical :
"ST Hin Pnn rri nt T rnatoaq r\t
[Tsbufg Graded School District hereby
| nledge ourselves ; . That, in- the ?vent
I a majority of the qualified fiwri DT
[The Louisburg Graded School Dls
Inlct shall. In the election to be held
| in sairTTttStrtct on the .list day of May.
1ft:' 1. vote In favor of bonds, the maxi
mum amount of bonds to be issued un
der the power conferred by said elec
tion shall not^e-xceed Sixty Thousand
Dollars. . .
Be It Resolved Further: That, in
the event the majority of the qualified
I voters of louisburg Graded School
I District shall, in the election to be
jheld In said district on the 31st day of |
May, 1921. vote In favor of bonds, this 1
'board will welcome the co-operation |
of Citizen's Committee of Seven, elec- 1
| ted by the Mass Meeting held at the
Courthouse on Friday night. May 6th.
'members of said committee shall have
j equal voice and vote with members of
!this board" In deciding/tne question of
r the, exact amount of bonds to be issu
led (not to exceed Sixty Thousand Dol
llars), the exact site. type, character &
tkind ol building to be erected and thej
nMmm uf greeting minis and thw pur--j
I chase of material therefor. The said]
h msen ^ niHwiiuw <?r mmvwi, ? with
-the Board of Trustees of Louisburg |
Graded School District, to constitute j
? a Building t^ommittec for the erection
[of the proposed new school building
land change and altera tloiruf the pre-;
prent ut.uled m lnvi( building. ? |
'~r~np'i' EM' -t^rrrtfy,vthai. -i&c forajtuiag
| resolutions were duly adopted by thej
| Board of Trustees of. Louisburg Grad-I
led School at a meeting held on May
1 10th, li?2l. ' \
W. R. MILLS. Secretary.
We do not for one moment question
jthP good faith of the Board of Trua
Hfcaa of Louisburg Graded School, but
in artier rcr answer a question which
I see mV to/have been rarsed by some
! critics WKjiereby certify that having
'adopted the" Cpregolng resolutions, the
said Board or^Cnistees could be le
J gaily restrained rr^m issing more
than Sixty Thousand^DQllars in bonds,
lor from violating any *?>tjier stipula
tions or pledges contained lh said res
BEX T. HOLDER ^
WHITE <fc MALOXE. V
T. W. RUFF IX.
J?R. NOBLE VISITS
PrntYssnr at I'niverHlty Comes To
Louishnrir To Deliver Commence
, went Address At Graded School
With the commencement address
Friday night in the Graded School
auditorium by l>r. M. C. S. Noble, dean
of the College of Education of State
t'niversity. the Louisburg graded
school closed one of me most success
ful and satisfactory years in the his
tory of the school. It Is Interesting
to note that Dr. Noble came to his
place of birth to take part in a work
he loves in the shade of his first home
| which is now standing substantially
as when he left It when only about
(five years old. After the address the
j Seventh Grade Certificates were de
livered to those who had finished the
I first Seven Grades. /
\ The class day exerctses were held
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
graded school building .And was large
ly attended and much enjoyed. The
graduates are Misses Mary Wilson.
Annie Harris. Elizabeth Furgursan.
Catherine Robbitt, Lucy Young Lucy
Terrell Allen. Lucreta Dean. Messrs.
Crawford Reasley. Kenneth Collier.
Henry Ruff in.
The poem was read by Mr. Kenneth
Collier, the history by Davis Egerton,
the essay by Miss Elizabeth Furgur
son. humor by Miss Catherine Bob
bitt. prophesy by Miss Lucy Young wh
lie Miss 'Lucy Terrell Allen was class
testator Miss Annie Harris beautifully
rendered a solo witches' dance by Mc
Dowell, Each of the papers were well
prepared. The exercises were closed,
with the clans song Thursday night
Sallie Williams music class gave i
.? r - it it I In the auditorium to the de
light of the many present. The pr*o
Kian^ which contained 20 numbers
was well arranged and beautifully ren
dt red. Especially interesting was the
many little ones who are learning so
well to master the fine art of music.
The children of the lower grades
gave an outdoor entertainment on
Wednesday afternoon that was enjoy
ed by many.
MK* HurrK Knterfatiis.
Miss Jessld Taylor Harris enter
tained a number of friends at bridge
and rook on Tuesday night In honor
of Miss Minnie Brlckell. Most. Inter
esting paines w??rfl enjoyed after whi
ch delipfTitful refresh men rs were serv
AMONG THE VISITOM
Mr J, S Howell viafted ? Rxrdgh
Mr J S. Williams visited. Raleigh
Mr W. H. Y'arborough visited Ral
Mr. W. H. Raffia left Sunday tor"
Warrant on tu attend (Joint.
Mr. W. M. Person attended Federal
Court in Raleigh this week!
Mrs. A. H. Fleming mid Miss Sullie
T Williama_ilaited Raleigh Moiufey.
Chief of Police D. C. High attended
Federal Court in Raleigh Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Collie, of Raleigh
were visitors to Louisburg Saturday.
Mr. C. T. Stokes was among the
Louisburg visitors to Raleigh Monday.
Lieut. H. H. Harris, of Camp Grant.
111., is at home for a month's vacation.
Miss Lillie Crudup. of Wake Forest,
?is visiting her sister. Mrs. R. P. Tay
Mr. Lindsey Taylor, of 6xford, la
visiting at the home of Mr. R. P. Ta
lor. ? ?
Mrs. A. H. Fleming, of Raleigh, is
visiting tier motner. >lrs. caarity fer
Malll* AllenrKattf Alien =ang
Beatrice Turner visited Raleigh Mon
Mr. A. W. Person visited Raleigh
and Henderson onbusiness Wednes
Mr. X. Y. Gulley. of Wake Forest.
was in -attendance iipiwi ? ijonrr ? ctrra
| Mr. T. G. Boddie. of the United Stat
es Naval "Radio Service, is at home on
Rev. L. S. Maaaey returned Tuesday
from a visit to Holly Springs and
MI is Elizabeth Morton returned
home this week from Meredith Col
Miss Sallie Taylor, Mr. R. P. Taylor
, and Mr. Lindaey Tuvlnr visited _Ral
I , Messrs. William King and J. R~ Al
len tame home from. State College.
Mr. Harold D. Cooley. of Nashville,
was a visitor to. Louisburg the past
week on legal business.
Messrs. iFrank Avent and ? . ? .
| Cooper, oi N^sh County, were visitors
Mr. H. D. White, after visiting his
sister here for several days returned
to his home in Raleigh Saturday.
Messrs. Ben. T. Holden. J. E. Tho
mas and W. G. Riddle are attending
I Federal Court in Raleigh this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Webb, who have
been visiting his parents In Louisburg
I returned to their'Tionie at Orangeburg,
;S C. Saturday.
Hr. W. E. White. Mrs. W. E. White.
Miss Elba Henninger. Mrs. G. F.
Smith. Mr. C. K. Cooke spent Wednes
day in Raleigh.
Mr Herman Kemp returned home
the past week from a hospital in Ral
eigh. where he successfully under
went an operation.
Mrs. W B. Cooke attended the Shri
ner's Convention in Raleigh last week,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Andrews, of Enfield.
Miss Janle Brown, bf Raleigh, who
has been visiting Mrs. G. F Smith,
was called home Monday ni^ht on ac
count of the death of Mrs. L) G. Holt.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Andrews, of
Enfield. spent Wednesday night of last
week with Mrs. W. B. Cooke en route
to the Shriner's Convention. Raleigh.
Mrs. W. W. Webb who has been Ih
a hospital in Keribridge, Va., for the,
past three weeks recuperating from a
successful deration, returned hom?
Among those who attended the $P~,
ring Ceremonial of Kudan Te
I dent Arabic order Noble Mystlq Skrtn
I at Raleigh the past week were
I Clifton. F. A. Roth, P. W Hick* T. W.
In Honor of Mls<< Krlckell.
Mrs. Rol>ert C Beck and MIm Vri
Kinia FoRter entertained sixte
bles of bridge at the regular
of the Wednesday Aftern(K?n
Club In honor of Miss Minnie
llrlckell. whose marriage to
Chaille. of Miami, Florida, '
place In June. The house wfce L.
tod with daisies and fern*. A
Ions ice course was serrea.
At the conclusion of the game
Ilrickell was presented with a Vn
ful bride's hook in a gracious manner
by Mrs. J. L. Palmer.