LOCISBCSG, K. C, FKIB1T. vrKJL 11. m
_ - BIO SUCCESS
Big Crowd In Town Take Part
LAE(.L MJfBEB BECtlVE PRE*
Mrs. Jane BtcKImmoa, Jtr. L. C. Broa
den, Mr. T. B. Parker and Hon. B.
_ T. Holden Atnoo^ The Speakers ?
OTer Four Hundred Entries.
The Big Rally Day of the Home
Demonstration Department of Frank
lin County culminating the Better
Bread Campaign held In Louisburg on
last Saturday was a most glorious suc
cess and represented possibly the big
gest occasion of Its' kind ever held In
With, our Court room, which had
been previously decorated in most ex
quisite taste, crowded full of people
from all over Franklin County the ex
ercises were begun with prayer by
Rev. G. F. Smith, after which a song
"Ho For Carolina" was sung, the
singing being led by Miss Petty, voice
Instructor of Louisburg College and
Mrs. W. E. White.
Miss Pauline Smith, Franklin Coun
ty's efficient Home Demonstration
Agent, acting as Master of Ceremonies,
ii- well chosen words introduced Mtb.
J: :v; McKlmmon, State Home Demon
s :a'ion Agent, who entertained her
lie .a ~.s with a most interesting speech.
Mrij . McKimmon's pleasing personal
ity an.; gentle presentation of the
-wonderful developments brought about
by the help and and influence of the
Home Demonstration work sank deep
ly Into the minds and hearts of all who
Heard her and gave to the people of
this County a broader and keener ap
preciation of this one of North Caro
lina's greatest works. Her tribute to
Miss Pauline Smtth as one of the
State's- most efficient and capable
Demonstrators was especially compli
mentary. She presented to her hear
ers the facts that in 1921 through the
influence and help of Miss Smith one
-hundred and fltty winter gardens were
made, that fruits and vegetables to an
amount of $4,223.10 had been conserv
-cd that meats had been canned to the
amount of $60.00, that soap had beep
made by the uncooked, method valued
at $126.00, that a sayi?g'ot $2,600.00
had been made by^fiaking hats, dress
es and remodeling hats and dresses at
home, that bed spreads, quilts, cur
tains, baskets, etc. had been made
amounting to $l,610.0q/nakAng a grand
total of $8,518.10. iris Interesting to
note that about five hundred hats were
made and remodeled under Miss Smith
supervision that represented a saving
to the families involved of above $1,
600.00. Mrs. McKimmon's speech
was most lntereeting, of course, to the
ladles It dealt with questions
more f?ll/ epprecfaUid by women, but
from the expressions playing upon the
faces of the men they were equally as
Interested and appreciative.
Miss Smith read the list of the win
ners of diplomas .which was as foU
5? Mrs , Shug Neltos, Miss Dellje Ricks,
Mrs. D. N. Nelms, Miss Enla Gupton.
Miss Alta Wmtn Mrs- O. W. Aycock.
Miss Ullie Glipton, Miss Annie Gup
totf, Mfc* Annie May Gupton, Mrs.
Blanche Davis Pearoe, Miss Elsie Wool
drldge, Mr I, ?. C. Wooldrldge, Mrs.
M T Lamm, Mrs . Moses 8ykes, Mrs
.J. M. Lamm, Mrs . B. P. Hlnton'Mrs.
R R. Srickland, Mrs,. Mmjlle Tur
nage, Mis. Bert Btrfck
land. Miss Isolene MOT*. Mies Battle
Moore, M*s, AlWfl Wilder, Mrs Itog
?er Moore, Mrs. ?.??. Wilder, Miss
Gladys Wilder, Miss Virginia Wilder,
! Mrs. Timothy 8ykM. Mrs. B*ank Gay,
Mrs. Clarence Moore. Mas
Miss GlennH Wider, Mlaa Christine
Moore, Mrs. E. B. Moore, Mrs. J, R.
' Strickland, Mrs. Sid Wilder, Miss
Elisabeth Moore, Mrs. Wilson Oay,
Mrs. Arthur Strickland, Mrs. Carrie
Moore, Miss Pattln UnJn, Mies Najt
nie H>>use, Mrs. Sarah Stal lings, Miss
Mary S tailings, Miss Monnle Stalllngs,
Miss Ray Bowden, Mtos Lucille Whe
Ms, Miss Vlitan Whaleas, Mrs. Pau
lina Bowden Bunn, MM. Viola. Bow
den Harris, Hre. W. B. Bowden, Mrs.
W. A. Mnlls^Mrs OhevU* Pippin,
Mrs. B. 0. Johnson, Mrt. H. H. Mul
len, Mrs* A. W. .Holmes, Mrs. Cecil
Holmes, Mrs. Eugene Ojan, MM Mh
Benton, Mrs. T. H. Dtckehs, Mrs.
? Mrii lift Benton, Mrs. Dock Murphy.
nTs. JSe Leonard, Mrs. Louis Smith,
Mrs. Baldy Murphy, Miss Chessle Mur
phy, Miss Bettle Pearl Murphy, Mrs.
Fred Betlbltt, Miss Vergle Omptoa.
Miss Bonnie Gupten, Mrs. D. T< Ful
ler. Mrs. Ctorde Pearce, Mrs.# Tror
Bunn, Mr., C. B. Pe*?e. Mrs. Oeear
Bis sett, Mrs. Gregory Blseett, Mrs.
Bennie Lewis, Mm. M. C. _P*er<s*r
Miss Ore Alford. Mrs. W . II. .Ther
rlngton, Mies LuCjr Greene, Mrs. B.
O. Bare*. Mrs. J. J. 8. Timber lake,
Mrs. Satn Nash,' Mrs. John Fostjr,
Miss Mary Wilson. Miss Nepple Wll
son, Miss lantha Plttman, Mrs. W.
?s Mullen, Miss Esther Conn, Miss
then Introduced Mr. L.
>c Broaden, State Supervisor ot Ble
> mwtSrSfc** who Held Ms au
dlenoe In the strictest sttenlion While
he demonstrated In moet foreeful 11
' iMlnUons the real help and relne of
' the Ot the Demonstration Ds
partment and Women's Clubs. Pos
sibly Mr strongest Illustration m
bis experience when be Ylalted a com
mnnltv nn. tlm? anH ??.?
to Bill Smith, wbo was a self appoint
ed leader of his community in all
matters. Bill telling him that no he
did not believe In the Home Demon
stration work nor club work, they
didn't hare these things when he ras
a I oy and they don't need them now.
That his gal Sal was a flno cook, why
she could learn the Demonstration
Agent more in r?e minutes about cook
ing that she ever knew, that Sal
was a fine housekeeper, highly accom
plished and entertaining. So it hap
pened that he had to be la the com
munity over night and he accepted an
invitation from Bill and went home
with him. His descrlpton of what he
saw was dlsencouraglng. Upon ar
riving at RH1'? hnirifi ho Raw the house
unpalnted, the ^rn dilapidated, no
Improved machindfe, his fields going
to waste, no fiowera^bout the house,
ipslde the house w&^yintidy and un
kept and badly arranged. When they
went into supper Sal was there but un
tidy In her appearance, the biscuits
were as big as saucers, the meat and
greens swimming in grease, the
bread In big hunks just dried out. An
examination of the kitchen showed no
sanitary arrangements, no screens,
around the swill barrel wet and sog
gy. In fact there was nothing pleas
ing or appetizing. He contrasted this
with a visit to an old friend of his in
Franklin County who had all the mod
ern machinery, good buildings well
painted, arranged and kept, fields prop
erly terraced and cultivated, his home
in a' beautiful flower setting, inside
tidy well kept and arranged, meals
appetizing, running water and lights
in the home, screens and everything
sanitary, and his wife weaning that
pleasing smile that always accompa
nies a satisfied and happy mind. This
friend informed him that both he and
his wife were strong believers in the
Demonstration work, Women's Clubs,
Community work, etc. This kind ol
Illustration contrasted formed a strong
and most practical plea for the ad
vancement of a cause that was doing
so much for the State. He reviewed
the beginning showing how the State
progressed before, and how it was
progressing under the new order,
from which a most sticking and vain
able lesson was shown.
The following schools, Louisb'ir?,
Moulton-Hayes, fine Ridge, Justice,
illoltory Rook, Frat;kl>n*_>o. . gav?
demonstration in signing stunts, etc.
which was followed by the presenta
tion of prizes by Hon . Ben . T . Hold
en. The speaker made an excellent
little talk for the work of the Demon
stration and club work, along the
theme that no one knows how many
ol Franklin County's citizens had made
a failure In. life or had not attained
the higher success that they would
have because of no^fcatl&fe the prop
er Instruction and encouragement In
their younger years. His idea ran
along the line that generally speaking
It Is not worth much to try to train
the older people along new and mod
ern methods because their course in
life had been mapped out by them and
their instructors in years long past,
but don't withhold from the minds of
the ones who will be our future men
and women, anything that will prom
ise a broader, bigger and more happy
lire to i them when they re*:'a the age
when life becomes a responsibility
rather than a past time. The prises
and their winners follow:
To the woman having the best bak
ing powder biscuit: 1 percolator.
Mrs. W. H. Tharrtngton. 2. potted
plants, Mrs. Patler. 3, dreaa
Mrs. B. P.>?apl?a.'. Pow
der lfra. B. rT.WUmii ? Wkte*
powder Mrs. P. G. Stnrgls. __C,'pof
ted plant, Mrs. H. O. Hill. 7. potted
plant >tri. I. H. Kearney.
To the woman baring the beat but
termilk biscuit: 1. percolator. JUra.
B. L. Perry. 1. Subscription te
Prankl^n Times Mrs. B. T. Pwoplea.
3, potted plantb Mr. P. O. Stargta.
4. baking powder Mrs MlaaU Per
nell. t. bkkhig powder Mm. J. J.
Lancaster. 6," potted plaat .Ufa. Ik*
Winston. 7, ported plant Mrs. W.
To thf girl having the best baking
powder biscuit: 1, parasol Elliabatk
Clifton. I, potted plant Vlrgtkla back.
3, Ivory comb Loriae Reavis. 4. bak
ing powder Bllaa Newell, t. potted
plant Idfe-Holzaiea . 8 potted fkat
Kdlth Jones. 7, potted plant SalWe
.To the girl bavins U?a beat Jtotter
mllk blicult 1, rag Qlsn>ll Wilder.
J. potted plant Hallla Winston. S.
(ace powder JosepMna Ashler- 4
baking powder Elisabeth Cttttoai, I
potted plant Emma Lawrence Joyaer.
<, potted plaat Oleanle Lasalter. 1.
potted plant Kstelle HohMn.
To the woman exhibiting tha beat
loaf of bread: t ahiMlnnm ware Mrs.
B. B. <2ay. I. totted plants Mrs
? . O. Cony era. 1, glasaos Mrs. c.
a. Pippin. 4. baking powder Mrs.
Mm. R. 0. Wooldrldee. 7, patted
plaat Mm. Lata q. Cherry.
To the girl exhibiting the beat loaf
ot bread: 1, toilet water Ora Lee
Hlght. I, silk feoaa Helen Bd wards.
I, *Uver thlinble Ines gytee. ?, bak
ing powdgr Irene Johaaoa. B, baking
p?Mer Lena Prirptt. ?, patted plaat
Cornelia Boone. 7, potted plaat Baa.
tie Lee Murph^T"
To the woman exhibiting (he heat
rolls: 1, doable bolter Mr*. Paaltne
Bunn. I, bowl Mra, w. D. Tln Hia
V (OoatiatMd on Page ?ght>
To Discuss Questions of
Payioff And a New De
pot ? Every bod j Invited.
Imn P. A. iMih, rmUial
and T. W. Kaftk DwnCirr. kmrr
hsaed ? nl tar a ?pi i lal ???<
tar of the CfrtB ??
Uaaon to ai>( ia Ikr CMrt
Hoase TtUkj aMt. April It,
1*SS at 7 J? t'cbtL Kmmm tha
ui; laHrtail to te tb
cinwJ is tkat W a tafat
w*M totter mmbmUIhj aat
rm.lwr m tk? State Hick way.
EirryMj ialffntid la Ike
welfare at LaBsbarg ut Fraak
Ua Coast; h mwrtit to be pre?
SB. J. HOSES SATX SPEAKS .
Mr. J. Homer Hun. of Wukllf
"??. N. C-. delivered qvte an istnot
inK speech to a court novae fall of
people here Saturday afternoon an Co
operative Marketing He spoke
tbe im porta*
of their crop*
for a fair deal. He toM than all
the fertilizer inda
mong the atroepat
tries in the Sooth
withdrawing from ike tnhsrcn ^
ing states if the farmers Called to take
hold of this opportaritY to
Uiemselves. He denied the
that tbe Barley Association In
lucky had been a failure by q*c
[from the biggest tobacco joarmal
I lr?he<1 in tr-r? United States that,
tbe biggest organinun in the
[it that time and meeting with
' success. The same article stated that
the bright tobacco association when
fully organized mould be much big
ger than the Keituckr Association.
The speaker made a strong and earn
est appeal to all those who bad signed
? and those who Lid not done so to dc
St at once and all la the name of their
t wife and childrem and everything that
j is just and right between men to gb
out and get the fellow who has Mt
signed to sign. He presented a strong
end forceful argument that was mack
DEATH OF IK. CUIUE S U 111.
Mr. Charlie Macon was born Mav 24,
1854 in the IndoHe ?8 snj
died April 7. 1921 In tbe sane neigh
borhood In whickhe had passed his
life. w He was buried Saiartiav after
noon 'in the Trinity Cbnrch graveyard.
The fnneral xarlua ware held from
Trinity Church by tbe pan or. Mr.
Watson, assisted by Rrv. O. F. SrnMb
from Unhtaif. Tbe pallbearers
were Messrs. J. O. Benelev. A. W.
Wilson. Henry Qkkaraaau Dick Hunt.
Blonnt Sgerton and listd Ftostej.
Mr. Macoa majiled MUs 'JetnW
Cooke who. however, lived but oae
brief year after ber n^rriage when
she died leaving oh cblld. CbarB*
Macoa. Jr.. Itvtng in Darbam.
Several ) Mil later Mr. Macon mar
Hed Mips PatUe Plnmmer. of Warren
County, wbo sni ?l?as btna. He leavwi
a a* ? ? Bailie Lou and
I ama aad Ucy :
at laglnMa. Mrs. S
?My,'jaKw?wt?'w fby 1 Sit l?e~
tbe piaL at Iti flay, char*-- ~
fOf tbe lw? filnripnl cher* ?-,????
ed and several il?d rewitnc*
Tbe frapin rlnsi * wt a a n
by MM* Rents. Mil Tbar '
bMIIH were highly Mtevtaleed tar
??inj was k?!4
ri he meeting
Mr W B. 1.
luusbvs To* _
mittee. who called XT. T.
to* the cliair .
The meeting I
business the Chair
LaminaUooa ware IB order tor a town
ship executive ooBBittw.
Messrs W. E. Tucker. J. H. B sat.
D. G. Pearce. N. M. Perry ud J. JL
Mr. W X. Person asked tkat tke
meeting elect aa entireiy ww coccv.
mittee sad nominated Hi mi i- T- * -
Huffia. J. Q. B easier. G.
X M Perry. R. P. Taylor
Both nominatio^a rectisai- . ? -
and a ballot was called tor wkick re
kolted. X M. Perry ?. J. H. Beat
53. W E. T acker XX D. 6. Peavc* 29
T W Raffia IX J- O. Besaley IV. R
P. Taylor IX J. M. Allen IX G. X.
The Chairman M? 1 1 il tkat Ike
Township Execatn* CMBktse elect
ed is composed o? X. M. rwii. J. H.
B?t. W. E. Tacker. D G. Fvne. T.
irs the election nasiaoa.
The Cmlrmiii iniosTri tkat tW
election of delegates to the
Convention to be fcal> tm T
Dr. A. H. F* .
O fcrnaa appoint a
lect a list of deiega
the ConTention tor
tion was secoadcd 3 .
Chairman appointed Dr. A. H.
lag. A. F. Joftracs. J. O. BmHy.
E H- Ma lone. R. P. Taylor.
The Committee presented tke toUow
inp names, sis ? el e ? 111 ? dr
elected: J. O. Deaaley. J. H Best,
D. G. Pearce. W. D. ERTtsa. H. C
Dickerson. A. W. Perry. Sr.. *? C
Wllder. Hal Perry. J- P- Tto>nH>i.
A. s__ SherroX^v- M. Perry. H. J.
r.ayes. A . W . Wlboa. Vtbos toot.
Geo. Wilson. B. X. w^a^soa. W ,
E. Ticker. W. M. Perse* B- T.
Helden. T. W KaCs. W. H. ABeau
D: P. McKinne. S. P. En Mil.. A. H.
rlemlnj?. R. P. Taylor. E. H.
E. S. F*>rd.
No further twhai nail
;he meeting It aljoaraed sfe-<
township Dfj reiTT> in rw.
Th<* following lc*asitfts tiv< r*
ported feSejitM to iW Co?hj Cob
<r?t ion and Towaofcip ElKiDn Cos
Delegates-^!. B- Kia?.J. J. Tone.
Pete Bcoxrctt. R. Sdpn. J. B.
Wilder. J. H FttHer
tin Cmaiiae* ? J. B. Khc
OUi? FV>5*- J- H. F?D?r. J. ?.
J. J. Too;
Me(U?~ C- V Vi?ku. Mi*.
I. M. Sjtes. L G_ Tteajt into
ITS UT if (L
; COILFGE SOTT-* _ i
_ will ?rwnit
?V?' t? piuo racial m
W ?? flnit Parker.
?* tke coUace om tfee aiming of April
13tk. U I p. ?. Mm Xewbere will
1b m piotiMi iadadlDf
Mr*. O. K. CranO. or TVnxtUli.
?fat nil ten U tbe collegv rialt
her ducfcUr, IB
Mr. *Dd >tn g. 3. HnMv of Elm
C**- ???t Ssidax wit* their dusb
t*r. tOmm Juli*.
lk? T. W.
I. w. c. A.
?r regwlar mr*ci-K Soadar
C A. elected the following |
Cmtrrn Crowell. Vtce-presid e*. CWr
Pttunaz. S?cntur. Lais Craw
h Giiffj . Cktinau
w?; Ckumu (oaKr outl
Cniit Parker; Chairman Chanel i
mittee Piuom Bran; dalrau so
cial service. Kalkryn MWtTb.
_ Viss Rsth Hall cf the d^partmeat of j
cask-, awt (Wistetal'T ratcrtaiatCi
not LL1 kunot at !
Pas! HoKSst. ot AlUati Georgia who
was the swst o t Mrs. Werdoa D.
-Uler several progressions
r* fre&hmeats were' mow! .
who esjo^l the kocffontr of the'
Ball home were Mesdanes Ricks. Eg
ertcn. SORhall asd Holiday. Miaan
m ilfoiL. Rents. Fttr. Suabuy. Betts
Ptaao aad Voice Recital
Ifnw Betue R. BoMeo. Soprano
a&d Obi Bliss Lewis, pianist, grad
LMisto( College. pmUi of Misses
Adams appeared lb joiu re
April 1*. Mr. ahd
to a '
aaalnnuT at their I
AMOITQ THE VTSTTOM
new it n
B? SOT now.
IiMas lb*at frib ial
TWfr Frteads Wha TimrH W*
Mr. W. W. Webb vent to Black
stone, Vi . the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. H olden were
visitors to .Raloteh Friday.
Mrs. R. C. Beck spent the weak
end with rel*%treatn Wei don
Mr. Vernon Suiit. of Darhaat. la
Tistttn* Prof. J. T. Carpenter.
Mr. Graham Griffin, of fTalal?h. was
a Tisttor to LosUbur; this wML
Mr. katfMn. G. B * Cooler, at 1
' ? * -
Mr. and Mm. D. P. McKinne. Mr.
aad W. E. White spent Sunday
Mr awl Mrs. G. R. Mcfirjdy. of
Raleigh. spent the week-end with bar
Miss Moselle. Unita. at Meredith
College. Raleigh. visited Miss Mildred
Scott last. week.
Mrs. Julias Lehman has returned
home from a protracted Tistt to rela
tives in Baltimore.
Ml SSI l. Henry G. RaffTn aad 1. P.
Timberlake. Jr.. of the UnlMiUj,
are at home to spend Easter.
CM. W. T. Wilder, of tile United
States Army, and his wife are i
his brother. Mr. S. T. Wilder.
Itiss^era Burnett, of T*aity Cot
. JjiIu Jarmin Esther
Andrews hare returned from Rich
mond. where both Iia-ne been far ???
Mr. Wm. H Raffto. Jr.. mt Dur
ham. accompanied by his trtad Mr
Dupree Shields, of Durham. "
week end with his