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BAY, OCTOBER ii), 1W2
many road sentences
KINKY WADDELI. AND WILLIE
HARMS BEING TRIED FOR
Jutls:* Ljoti Disposes ef a Big Lot ot'
I ases ? 4*rand Jury Handles Much
Work ? Many Minor ( uses Settled.
With a strong .charge to the grand
.urv. that was beard and appreciated
' > 'tuite a large crowd Hon. C. C.
1. on opened Franklin Superior Ccurt
in its regular October Jterm for crlm
iu.il cases on Monday morning. So
l.otor H. E. Norrls was present and
biy r-?prcsenled~T1>B State. Judge
^?oii has won the admlratioc of Frank
It:: County's people for TiH fairness
and business like methods ot handling
lus courts and especially for the
.-seed. >vith whl-h he has been clean i
.r.S Franklin County's docket.
The graud jury selected was as lol
lows: J. H. Best, foreman; J. C.
1-t-mon. M. R. Sykes. W. R. Flowers.
?V. 1.. Gay. R.iA^fearce. J. T. Mann,
B. Perry, C. Moore, P. T.
i-vkes. J. D. S'allings, W. M. Per?
n*ll. I!. H. Medlin.-C: B. Barham, A.
S. lV>dd. C. W. Matthews, J. H. Fatilk,
M. C. Woodlief. C. C. Johnson was
sworn iu as officer tq the grand jury.
Alter the -charge the State Docket
was taken up as follows;
ite vs Frank Wall, 1 and r. capias
1 continued to Wake and Franklin,
?^raie vs W. H. and H. B. Ferrell
sing of mortgage property, nol
? ? vs Newman Williams, f and a,
sed under former order. .
vs R. S. Hamilton and H. R.
ifa judgnunt absolute un.
.? tter is filed.
s' te vs Km hello Addison and Joe
.? >n. a 'tray, nol pros with lej've.
vs W. J. Parker, false pre
? : nol pros with leave.
Suite vs Orlanda White. ad',v, nol
i i s ? ith leave.
,, ftaw ys P*t?r Myrick, 1 and r, con
State vs Alonxo Hagwood and Su
k. itu> Williams, f and a, continued.
State rs Charlie Battle, ccw, waives
lull mid pleads guilty, 6 months onj
af>4 fdsHi guilty, lined VoO.OO and
State ys Alex MJrick, adw, waives
lull and*PIWKds guilty, judgment con- I
t nued to show good behavior for two
y. irs, give bond of $190.00. "
State vs Joe Frown, ccw, waives bill
rnd pleads gnilty, fined $50.00 and
Stale vs Malachi Mitchell, adw wai
ves bill and pleads guilty, prayer oon.
t'uued for two years to show good be
State vs Malachi Mitchell ccw. pleads
Unity, fined $50 and pay costs In
State vs Charlie Battle, adw, ccw,
prayer for judgment continued upon
, payment of costs in adw. Fined $50
State ts Omega and Joel Harris,
puw. nol pros with leave.
State YS Butler Brans an<J Fred
Freeman. ?dw. waives, bill and pleads
guilty, fined $25 each and costs.
State rs Nick Narty and Leroy Se.
UB and L, pleads guilty, 18
months on roads each.
State rs Charlie Teasley, assault,
i.tlie-l and railed, judgment m si sci fa
i.,pias. and continued.-'
State ts .Voae Whitley, ccw, waives
lili anil pleads guilty, fined $50 and
S'ate rs R. S. Hamilton o a i, trial
stat- ts R. S. Hamilton, v a 1, gnil
tv. tined $50 and costs.
State ts Henry Rhodes, ccw, waives
b. 1 and pleads guilty, fined $50 and
Siate ts Malarhi Mitchell, i cw. walv
I, hill and pleads guilty, fined $60
S'ate vs i-ee iohnaon. selling whls.
) V defendant pleads guilty In aiding
a:. I a hotting in manufacture of whls.
t l - months on rnads.
^^^tate ts Mack Fttwler. distilling
v::iskey. defendant pleads guilty of
t -,iing and abetting in manufacture of
'.V.skev. S months on roads.
State ts Nassle Brantley, assault,
i- irv to property, upon the payment
rf C"' W to the court for the use of
Vsih>' Williams aad the costs in both
, ? ? judgment to be suspended.
State TS Tom Green. Jr., ccw, nl si
s.. ia capias and continued.
state ts ('. C. Hudson, adw, nol
Mate rs C C. Hudson, Ccw, Ju'lg
i ill suspended upon payment of
' " I
Mate ts Ballard Hayes, removing .
,? (w. continue**.
s ate ?s Tom Oreen. ccw, pleads j
i . ??. nrayer for |odgm< nt continued.
.Jiale rs Tun Oretn. Jr., selling
v <k. y pleads guilty, prayer for Judg
,? nt continued Tom Oreen Jr. be
,? ( .1 -c tared inaolveat the County was
, ,x -d ? ith the costs.
Slate TS Norman Harris, row. pleads
tnilty. ined $M and coats .
state vs Jcha Joyner. ccw, pleads
i ,:i|iy. prayer continued for defend
?rt to pay reus.
st -te rs J. W. Odom. eew, trial.
?ji|t"?o pay one-half coat.
State vs I. M. MeOhee, adw, trial,
g-iilty. to W one half coats.
State ts J. C. Tnckar, ccw, nol pros.
State vb J. C. Tuckeer, adw, judg
ment suspended upon payment of
State vs Robert Wheeler, appeal de.
fendant called and failed.
State vn-Ghestcr Harris, murder, de
fendant pleads guilty to Involuntary
manslaughter, defendant to be confin
ed In jail tor 12 months and hired to
T. W.'Boon^to pay costs in both cas
Stato vs Roger Macon, adw, pleads
guilty, prayer for judgment continued
for two years upon payment of costs
and shoeing gqpd behavior.
State vs J. H. Malone. adw, pleads
guilty, prayer fo^ judgment continued
for two years upon payment of costs
and goQfl behavior.
State vs J. H. Malone, tew, nol
State vs Jim Nowell and Mrs. Thorn
as Nowell, t and a, pleads guilty, pray
er for judgment continued until Jan
uary 1923, upon payment of cosIb and
the giving of a bond in the sum of one
hundred doltare by Jim Nowell.
State vs Lee Yarborough, ccw,
pleads guilty, prayer for Judgment con
tinued on good behav'or.
State vs Shelton Samplers and
William Green, adw, "trial net guilty.
State vs T. F. Cheatham, adw, de
fendant enters plea nolo contendere,
prayer for judgment continued and
suspended upon payment of cost.)
State vs Haywood Foster, adw with
intent nol. pros, defendant held un
der $200 bond.
State vs Early Johnson abandoning:
crop, nol pros with leave.
State vs Charlie Alston, alias Thom
as Davis, abandonment, pleads giulty.
IS months on roads.'
State vs Haywood Foster, adw,
pleads guilty, 2 years on roads, judg
ment suspended for five days upon
payment of costs, capias to issue at
Expiration of fivo days.
State vs Newman Williams, assault,
j pleads guilty, 12 months o;i roads.
| State vs Chaffte Teasley, adw,
; pleads guilty, 12 mpnths on roads.
State vs Buddie Burnette, former or..
Ider completed which was discharged. |
State vs Dave Faulkner, -pea^e bond,
appeal withdrawn, bojid given.
State vs Otis Williamson, murder, i
defendant tenders a plea of adw, ac
cepted by State, two vears on roads.
State vs Otis Williamson, clist.'rh
ii.g public worship, pleads guilty, judg I
State vs R. T. Williams, adw, pleads
guilty, ptfftyer for jndgmeni^ontioued
Jmr two vgi>rm imcm- navmient of cant*
State vs Percy Minga, aclw, capias
State vs Ralph High, adw, capias I
and continued. " |
State vs Henry Waddell and Willie j
Harris, rape, was in progress of trial
when the forms were close-. .
Messrs. Clydo Peebles Harris, of
Jiapleville, and Wi lie Lee Lumpkins,
of Youngsville, who have recently re
ceived their license to practice law,
were presented to Iiis Honor Judge
C. C. Lyon on Tuesday, by Attorney
jo. M, Beam, who administered to
each of them the usual oath of an at
torney and extended to them the con
gratulations of the legal fraternity
and of the Court.
METHODIST CHURCH, SUNDAY,
Prof. A. W. Mobn will have charge
of the morning service. Eleven o'clock
Is-- the hour. Special music.
The Woman's Missionary Society
will hold a Memorial Service to Dr.
belle Harris Dennett at the evening
hour, 7; 30.
Hymn ? 415.
Anthem ? Recessional ? Reginald De
Scripture Lesson? Mis. J. E. Ma
Brief sketch of Miss Dennett's Life
ar.d Works? Mrb. F. U. McKlnne.
Miss Bennett I he friend of Scarrett
and othor schools ? Mrs. "M. C. Pleas
MUs Bennett ns Intot'ressor--Mrs.
J A. Hodges.
Solo, Sundown ? Harry Parker ? MIsb
Miss Bennett the Woman and Mis
slnnary Lender -Prof. A. W. Mohn.
Quartette ? My Fal'h Looks Up To
Thee ? Havens .
Hymo? 4SI .
Public most cordially lnvlt.-<l to both
of these iiervlces.
The Kenmore Circle met Monday af
ternoon, Oct. 9th at four o'clock with
Mrs. K. L. Llles at " her home on
South Main Street.
The meeting was opened by singing
"I NeediThee Every Hour." Mrs, Un
derbill Yhen read i? chapter In 8t.
John. Members Joined In sentence
I ray org. \
The lasran was then explained, each
member present taking part in the ex
We were then dismissed by singing
another songf "Help Somebody Today."
The next Circle meeting will be at
Mrs. W. L. House's Oct. 28rd.
Those present were: Mesdameft
Wlngate Underhlll, J. L. Collier, Wy.
att iS-eeman, W. L. House. R. W.
Hudson, V. A". Bailey and K. L. LIs
les. Visitors, Mrs. E. A Rogers and
Mrs. Llllle B. Oreene.
8ubscrios to The Franklin Time*
* INJUNCTION OF/ ~~
* TOBACCO GROWERS *
* IS CONTINUED *
* 1 ?
* Washington, N. C., Oct. *
* 18. ? Judge Frank Daniels *
* in Washington County Su- *
* perior Court at Plymouth ?
* this afternoon continued *
* the injunction granted the
i North Carolina Tobacco *
* Growers' Co-operative As- *
* sociation against W. T. *
* JoneS; of Nash County, and *
* Z A. Harreil of Edgecombe *"
County, signers of con- *
* tracts with the association, *
* restraining them from dis- *
* posing of their tobacco oth- *
* er than through, the asso- *
* ciatior , according to a tele- *
v phone message received *
* here.- -Raleigh Times. *<
*. v ? =s $ * * *
MISS YOW KMC RTA 1 \ S
Monday evening at seven-thirty Miss
Ida Mae Vow entertained the Edwinj
Fuller Book clul and other guests at^
the residence of Mrs. F. 13. McKlnne..
The front rooms, thrown into one
were beautifully decorated with pot
ted plants and cut flowers. -J
About thirty guests were present, a
The program for the afternooik
treated of some tamous women of An-'
cient History. The first to be stud,
ied was "Cornelia. Mother of the Gra-'
chll. " TWs subject had beon assign-?
c<! to Mrs. fl. T. Holden. Knowing
that she would not be able to attend
at this time Mrs. Holden had prepar
ed her' p^per before she went to the
hospital and left it with Mrs. At wood'
Newell to read for her.
Mrs. W. E. White and Miss Petty,
gave a duet, "Rosary." Mrs. UndeBS
hill read a paper on "CleopatS*, the]
Sorceress of the Nile." Mrs.
the K. K. K. but the little animal
which is working ruch havoc in the
[cotton fields of the South.
The last number on the program was
a humorous ana jiighly entertaining
selection from ".Miss Minerva und V/il.
liam Green Hill." given by Mrs. James
King. This was so well received and
so much enjoyed that Mrs. King was
not allowed to rest until she had given
an encore "Bill Th&y."
After the program the question was
brought before the club as to the ad
visability of having all the literary
clubs in town meet on the same after
noon of the week, leaving other after
neons frefr for other things, looku) r
especially to the formation of a wo
man's Club. Every one present was
invited to join in this. dlBcuBsion as it
is a matter In which one club can do
nothing without the co-operation of
all. Since there are five literary so
cieties or book clubs, three bridge
clubs, ten or more missionary organi
zations, a Daughters of the Confeder
acy chapter, the Woman's Auxiliary j
to the American Legion, If not others
there seems to be no time when all
the women of the town can meet to- j
gether unless sometnlng of the kind is
.done. A committee was appointed to
lake the matter jindef- consideration, i
A salad course and an ice course
were served. The club adjourned to
meet Thursday, Oct. 26. with Mrs. !
TENANT HOUSE BUKNEI)
Information was received in Louis- i
burg Monday that" a tenant house be
longing to Mrs. D. T. Fuller, of Moul j
ton, was burned on Sunday morning |
by some parties unknown, who loft |
messages with four neighbors to give
to Mrs. Fuller the next morning. The
message, so we learn, was to the ef
fect that they understood that Mrs.
Fuller had rented a farm to a Mr.
Smith, whom they did not want in the
neighborhood and that If she did not
cancel the contract with mm and re
fuse to let him go there she would ]
have Tio house for him to live in.
They also said they had fired two that !
night but that a party was on behind
that would put them out tni* time. I'
j is true two were fired and It is believ
ed that the crowd thouglit they had j
[put the Are out in both, bur several i
hours later one blazed up and burned
jThe loss was about $300 with 110 in
sphere will be a Hollowe'en Party at
Moulton. Hayes School House, Kr ??!-? y
evening, Oct. 27th, at sflven-thirt>
Everybody come -plenty of
I want to thank all of my friends
find neighbors for their klndivess and
tender sympathy during the sickness
and death of my dear father. These
will ever be among my sweetest mem
ANNIE J. PERRY.
J*The trial of Willie Harris and Hen
i V Waddell for rape against Mrs. i
^??rge Collins, after having beaten
husband. begun in Franklin Su
rlor Court yesterday morning after
|ury had been selected from a spec
venure of one hundred men suni
?ned the day before. The grand I
? found.a true T)ill for rape against |
, two on Tuesday and the negroes,
rere brought back to Louisburg for
^raignnient. from- Raleigh, where they!
.d been takon Saturday night for
ife keeping, in view of tne high pitch
the feeli Jigs. that were becoming ev.
*nt on the part of the general pub
. Tl.c negroes were gnf^ti a pre
linary hearing before Squire A. W.
Is ton on Saturday afternoon and
r-3re held without bond for Court.
[ /The crime was consummated in Cy
lpf?88 Creek township on Monday night
Cfctober ?? tli, but it was not until Fri
afternoon that the negroes were
^cated and taken into custody. Both
**"~litted the attack on the husband
denied the criminal assault upon
.ccojding to the evidence iliey went
the Collins home after dark and
led Mr. Collins to the door. "One
them knocked him down with a
:k and ijie other gagged hint with a
~ of overalls. While the one guar
the husband, tha other went into
house and assaulted Mrs. Collins,
woma^ is about 30 years old and
husband is a man of past 30.
'ter the assault on Mrs. Co.lHns
been consummated the nagroes
Mr. Collins that they -were mem.
*he Ku Kltuc Klan and that they
?tag him,, drag
? ? ? ("?? v. iiiaias VI i-uc UtWIlfft * IW11
fie appeared at the hearing 3aturd.iv.
| The negroes escaped and eluded posses
(organized to pursue them until Friday.
| Their capture was the result of a
rusa on the part of the officers. They
| found a man named Willie Shearin,
| who owed one of tliem money, and he
got word circulated through the neigh
iborhood that if the negro would be at
a given place Friday night, he would
[pay him. He was there wiUr^officers
'when they showed up. Bolfi were ta
ken without difficulty. Waildell has
just completed serving a sentence on
the county roads II Franklin.
^charged with rape I
JflFillie Harris and Henry Wad-'
9bi>"<; tki ki> for
HF-'' capital offense
Aftaiul Uvrt B) Squire Alston Sutur
< 4?J? Hurried To Raleigh For
j Katunljn > It' lit ? Claimed To Be
| Kn Klux.
Till; KING BfcE PROHIBITIONIST !
Wlien it comes to prohibition the
Mohammedan is the king bee. Under
his rule alcoholic drinks are barred j
iii any and every form. The" fellow
who gets the whiskey breath is not
only fined and assessed with the cost
? he i? tied up to the post, his back
bared and the traditional 4'J lashes
laid on, then he is sent to prison for
three months and cannot again breathe
the air of freedom until he has liqui
dated III the sum of from 60 to 300
Turkish pounds. The prohibitionists
in this country may be interested In
the fact that Turkish occupation of
Eastern Thrace and of Constantinople
is to be followed by strict institution
of the Mohammedan- law against
strong diink We m?y even antici
pate in the light of this development
that some of the faithful may become I
measurably reconciled to some of the |
things that are happening o/er th^re. j
41 DGINfi TEAM TO ATLANTA FAIR
Kalelgh' Oct. 16. ? A judging team j
composed of three seniors from the
State College of Agriculture specializ
ing in animal industry work has been
selected by the faculty to represent
North Carolina at the livestock Judg
ing contest to be held at the Southeas
tern Fair In Atlanta. The team con
sists of Messrs. Hodges. Bocton and
Riser and Is being prepared and coach
ed by Prof. F. M Haig of the Animal
Industry Division. Kight southern
colleges will enter the contest with i
each team judging 12 classes of live
stock consisting of dairy cattle, beef j
cattle and swine. i
From a financial standpoint, Lenin**
rnd Trotzky might be referred to as
the boys who put the rouble In trou- !
He. ? Nashville Southern Lu nberman.
France should send a few of our In
stalment collectors into Oermany. ?
New York Kvenlng Mall.
"Australia is a? land of promise- and
plenty," says Sir Joseph Cook. So Is
Germany. ? I/ondou Opinion.
France's ld#a about reparations Is
that if an>' nfltlon Is opposed to 'em. It '
c'oesn't have td~" tak*> any,. ? Da' las
N>W8- ^ < .
If the fuel crisis -continues. Wilhelm
ITohenzollern may get more for hla
woodpile than he did for his memoirs.
New York Tribune ^
- CKUAR-BOCK HlfJII SCHOOI. ?
?ws Of Interest To Teachers, *
PupIN and The Public Generally ?
* " V
* ? Br School Corresponilf nt
I# *#*?*?? ? *
t The community singing met with
the" Cedar Hock Church last Sunday,
owi&g to bad weather there were on
ly three choirs present, but a large
crowd. It was thoroughly enjoyed by
every ono present.
We are glad to have back with us
again, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coppedge,
who have been staying with their son.
Dr. T. O. Coppedge, of Nashville.
The people of Cedar Hock are striv
ing to get an A-l Sunday school and
we hope that the people of the com
munity will help us in every way pos
sible to carry out the requirements.
We are very glad to have Miss Mat
tie Glasgow ba^tr at school again, af
t er a week's absence on account of
Mr. Philip Inscoe spent the week
end with his friend. Mr. Rural Tyson,
in Pitt County, accompanied My Misses
Annie Hurt Gupton. Liz ate Tyson ami
Edith Mc Law horn.
Mr. K. M. Sykes ami (laughter, ac
I companion by Ml*. Matthews and wife,
took a flying visit to Rolesvtlle, Wake
! forest. Youngsville and Louisburg
I Miss Ola Dale Lewis', of Louisburr
College, spent tilt- week-end with her
lfJster at Cedar Rock.
The " Dixieland Jubilee Minstrel" of
! Cedar Rock" went to Youngsville last
| Friday night. Oct. 13th. The pro
gram was enjoyed very much by the
audience. Part of the Wake forest
Orchestra^ entertained the audfen< e be:
student K ilit4?r i;> I ? Sl?i hit
i By Haywood Stalling*. lltl. Grade.)!
Our county paper this spring pub- J
jlifhoil an editorial commenting on the
*?oor English u^cd l>y hiffh chc-ol pu- |
| |?i!? . I wonder if ih'ijs applies to our l
I Ono^.i/tiM nor bo long in ??oming to |
the conclusion that it does U" no would <
i nly pasa by a group of pupils at re
? cess. or even on class.
i At any* time he coufd hear a senior
j uae such expressions as, "miut heX;_
"ain't i\ofhing different"; "don't miss
"Xast spring when this criticism was
Written alnnr woa in "IB
rain extent, w^thfskiti^oeo?SyHEP
ried far enough.
There aie three excuses for this
mistreatment of our language. These
[are: first, that slang is more foreceful
| than good English; second, that slang
, sounds clever; third, that tne pupil?'
are only careless. All but the last!
j named are false. If one has so small
ja vocabulary that he has to rjfly on
siang to make his expressions force
jful, he has little cause to be in high
.school. Slang is not clever; so this
excuse also is false.
j Slang is a string of potty expres
jsions accumulated by use. because of
;its easy use, when the individual could
not think of good English to express
|himself. Usually rhese phrases are
limited in number and in the sphere
of expression, as compared with good
| English they are very limited. Care
lessness is the only true excuse for
the use of slang. It not only affects
| they character of the person who uses
, it, nut. also lowers the value of his di
ploma. Since slang is used through
carelessness it will be taken as a sign
of carelessness by business men. Al
though you may possess a diploma
from this or any other high school,
they may refuse to recognize you.
They will ask, "of what use is a so.
called education if you are careless."
It is because slang affects our char
acter and lowers the value of our di
ploma. that I urge that we guard
against this defect; and it its stead
practice the use of good English.
? Cotton sold in Louisburg yester.
day for 22 3-4 cents a pound.
? Mrs. H. R. Harris only purchas
ed the dry goods and notions depart
ments of Allen Bros. Co., as will bo
seen from the advertisement of The
Ladies Shcp, and not the millinery as
was stated last week as we are in
formed. there was no millinery depart
ment belonging to this firm.
An international board is lo revise
the customs in China, and we should
suggest that its first step be to abol
ish the custom of a civil war every hot
season. -The Weekly Review (8hangi
hai) . % '
China wants a constitution. Other j
nations might join hands and give her i
i.ru , for instance many Americans
?*.' ?:*l be willing to give away some
of the new parts of ours. -The Week i
ly Review (Shanghai).
It is said 3,000 cases of American ?
eoap have been Fihii?ped to Russia. Wei
can't ^T' dict the result, but it may he
Interpn^tod as an ?'*t of war,- Hous
ton Post. j
No landowner can afford not to its*
printers ink. An appropriate farm
name on simple letter head paper
telling about the things for sale, adds
dignity to the farming profession at
the same time rr adda money to the
No one has any trouble In finding a
hootlagger except the "drr" enforce
ment officers.? Near York Tribune.
SOME TOC KNOW AND SOME TOO
DO NOT SNOW.
Personal Items Aboat .Folks lad
Their Friends Who Travel H?re
And There, *
Rev. E. R. Nelson, of Henderson,
was a visitor to Louisburg Tuesday.
Dr. W. R". Bass returned the past
week from a business trip to Enfleld.
Mr. J. D. Mines, of Henderson,
was a visitor to Louisburg this week.
Mrs. Bracy. of Fairmont, spent the
week-end with her daughter, who Is a
student at Louisburg College.
Mr. H. A. Page, of Aberdeen, was
a visitor to Louisburg Wednesday,
guest of Mr. M. C. Pleasants.
Mrs. H. H. Dail. of Cambridge, nee
Miss Beulah Tucker, is on a visit to
relatives her?* and in neighboring
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Egertou and
Mrs. J. E. White are in Richmond to
'atti-nd the marriage of Mrs. Egerton's
I rot her, Mr. James White.
Mr. W. R. Brown, of .Yew York, is
\isiting friends and relatives in Louis
burg. Mr. Brown is a former resi
dent of Louisburg. but left here 39
years ago and is now making his tjrst
visit . He expresses much pleasure
at the great progress his former home
town is making.
KIMVIN H Ll.fcR rLl*B
The Edwin Fuller Club met Thurs?
"day afternoon. Oct. VI with Mrs. O.
V. Ynrboro. The president. Mrs. B
T. Hotden, being absent the meeting
was called to order by the Vice-Pres
ident. Mrs. J. W. Maun.
A majority of the club members and
?luite a number of other guests were
A very interesting program was
.rendered. There were two historical,
lepers which showed botn time and.
thought on the part of the writers^
The first pf . fchsfte, Josephine, tji?
[f.bly written and^^Pty1 oSfrs. Wtjli'ani
Barrow. This gave a vivfd picture oT
the life of Catherne of Aragon, the
f.rst wife of Henry VIII, &jiowu as
Hecween the reading of the first lu<t
second paper- Miss Pettj^ jf the* Col
luge faculty, favored the company
with a vocal' solo. "Pale Moon."
After the second paper Miss Pad
wick. head of the -lepartment of ex
pression in Louisburg College, gave a
dramatic reading. "The Patriot."
Miss Annie Green had selected as
the current topic tor the day "The
Flapper." Iter payer treated this
modern problem from both its humor
ous and its serious side. As Miss
Green was unable to attend her paper
was read by Mrs. 3. A. Newell.
The program closed with quite 1
treat in a vocal solo. "As We Part"
sung by Miss Russo, the gifted young
Italian who is one of the student body
at the College this term.
After the program a salad course
%vas served with hot roils and sand
wiches, ilso an ice followed by coffee.
Milted nuts and mints.
Club adjourned to hold an extra
Meeting the following weelc on ac
count of having missed one meeting
for the services at the Methodist
church and the County Fair.
The following In an honor roll for
Grade 1 ? Elliott Breedlove, Bruce
G upton, Lucy Stuart Parrlsb, Ruth
Powell, Junius Edwards. Bryan Har
per, Sidney ]VfuTphy, Florence May
Grade 2 ? Sam Person, Newell Breed
Grade 3 ? Sue Egerton. Myrtice Up
church, Fred Merritt. Thomas Speed,
Grade 4? Lucy Breedlove, Irma Gap
ton, Aubrey Gupton, Helen Parrt??h.
Grave 5? Lessie Breedlove, Aileen
Cooper, A1 win Cooper. Rachel Garftee,
Blount. Egerton. Bunnie Murphy, Ruf
Grade 6 ? Eugene Harper.
Grade 7 ? Harold Garbee
NMV DRAINAGE ENGINEER
Kaleigh, Oct. 16. ? Farmers desiring
aid in draining their lands will be gla t
to learn of additional help being pro
vided in the drainago division of the
agricultural extension service. Th*>
division has lately appointed 1. A.
Brophy as assistant drainage engi
neer. and will be at the serrflee of
those landowners desirlug aftd la pat
ting down tile o* terracing their Iel4*
Mr. Brophy Is an engineering Student
from the Colorado Agricultural 4}ol
lege and served with the Atttjptal
Corps in Erfgland during the WQtld
war. He has had considerable exper- '
ience in his chosen profession.
. O b .
"Circle Grove Farm" sounds better
than the Old Latham Place." Kvery
good farm Is entlUed to a name
sometimes a name helps make
place a good farm, ^ k