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LOUISBUBG, n. C, F BID AY, OCTeBKB tl, 1 ttt
CO OPERATIVES WIN
FIGHT TO RESTRAIN
Judge Frank Daniels Grants
Against Outside Sell
ing of Tobacco
I'i'HbLDS RIGHT OF
TOBACCO GBOWfBS TO
J'eelslon In Hard Kought Actions Con
sidered ot Far-Reaching Impor.
Usee; Goes To Supreme Court For
Review; Tobacco Growers' Assoc la
tlorPnts Cp Bond To Protect Inter
ests o< Two Members Who Are En
joined Against Selling Their Tobac
co To Outsiders; Much Interest In
Cases ' ?
Plymouth, Oct. 18. ? Tobacco co-op
iratives won today the first round ot
their fight to haye the contract ot the
Tri-State Tobacco Growers' Associa
tion in North Carolina declared legally
landing on members.
Judge Frank Daniels, who Is pre
siding over Washington county court
here this week, this afternoou announ
ced he would continue the injunction
i' straining Z. A. Harrell, Edgecombe
? _umy tobacco farmer, and W. T.
v.-s. Nash county tobacco grower,
l: -el ling their tobacco outside ot
l! > ? ocibtion. The permanent 10
jci.v a Is In substantially the same
t< rn:t us the temporary restraining
ordei issued by Judge Lyon several
Co.operatlves Give Bond
Judge Daniels required the tobacco
association to furnish a tour thousand
dollar bond In each case to protect the
interest of the. defendants, which was
considered a reasonable amount by
the co-operatives, as approximately
tl irty thousand pounds of tobacco Is
involved in each case. ? -
The co-opwrfftlv$B instituted suit
against each of the defendants for al
leged damages to the amount ot 5
cents a pound for all tobacco sold by
thera outside^ of. the association and
lor counsel fees amounting; according
tc the complaint to $360. These cases
will take their place on the regular
court calendar in Nash county.
Goes to Snpreme Coort
Meantime the injunctions continue
in force, and the defendants can dis
pose of no tobacco outside or the asso
ciation. The granting of the injunc
tions to prevent violations 6f the con
tracts of members of tobacco associa
tion is of tar more importance, how-*
ever, than securing damages for to
tscco sold outside the association as
this will enforce delivery of tobacco to
the association by members, if Judge
Daniels is upheld by the Supreme
Court, and In. any event deliveries can
be enforced until the higher court
passes on the question. Co-operativ
es are confident -that the lower coxfrt
will be sustained.
That an appeal will be taken to the
Supreme court was understood from
the beginning of the legal fight, but
tlie Krantipg- Of the injunctions today
gives the co-operatives a substantial
advantage as the legal enforciblllty of
the contracts with members is estab
lished and can only be overthrown
through an adverse decision by the
higher courts, and the cooperatives
are given legal standing for thiiB sea
son in any event aa it will be some
time before the higher court can pass
The co. operatives have been very
confident that the legality of the con
tract would be upheld t?y Judge Dan
iels after the. three-day hearing, in
N&shville last week when every phase
tit the subject was discussed at lengthJ
by able counsel.
At the conclusion of the evidence of
fered In the two caees. Judge Daniels
told counsel for both Bldea that the
main question In his mind was wheth
er or not the contracts of the 'co.oper
ativea are valid. The larger pfeLof
the discussion hinged on that poB&v
and his decision today holds that It Ip
('?)(?? Co-operatives Inter Nkr
The decision In the cases To
bacco Growers' AssoclalUtfwaa watch
od (or with no less inMrest by the mem
bers of th?> North Carolina Cotton
Growers' Co-operative Association aa
both organisations havo practically the J
st. me contract. Both contracts pro
vide tot injunctions to secure specific'
performance on -the part of members, j
Many members of both co-operative '
associations are reported aa waiting I
the decision of Judge Daniels before
making delivery of their cotton or to. !
I acco as they wanted to know whether
or " >t their associations had legal
standing. The granting of perma- 1
rent injunctions today Is expected to
I oost deliveries of both cotton and to- 1
|,acco to the cooperative*.
Judge Daniels announced at the con 1
elision of the hearing in Nashville last
Friday that he would give his decision
today. Representing the two defend
ants In court today w*a Joseph B.
Tiamsey. of Rooky Mount, while MaJ.
W. T. Joynffr, of Raleigh, and Judge
Stephen C. Beagaw, of Washington,
N. C., wqre hert to represent the co
* TO ORGANIZE WOMAJi'8 CLUB
,? Et exj woman In LouIxDurg who
* Is Interested In the uplift and ap.
\ building' of the town and commu
* nlty, morally and physically, Itask.
* ed to me? at the office ef the
* County Board of Education, on
* Monday morning, Oct. SOth, at'
* 10:80 e'elock.
* Thin meeting will fee held for
* the purpose of effeetlag aa organl
* cation to thin end, aad a full rep
* resentatloa of the women of Loalx.
* burg h urireutly requested.
BARACA.PHILA HTEA FXION TO
The FraDklin County Baraca-Phlla,
thea Union will meet at Justice Nor.
Rev. J. A. Mclrer will preach Sat
urday afternoon. The Justice classes
will take' charge Saturday evening.
Prof. R. L.. Flowers, of Trinity Ool
lege, and Mrs. H. M. Finch, of Rocky
Mount, are the speakers for Sunday,
with a round table discassion by Ba
raca/ and Philatheas of tne County.
We especially urge that every organ
lzed class, regardleaa ot denomination,
send delegates to this meeting, as we
hope to have the best meeting we have
Bessie Strange, Sec'y.
MISS HARRIS ENTERTAINS
Miss Jessie T. Harris delightfully
entertained her bridge clun In her us
ual charming manner, Friday evening.
Oct. 20th. Besides the_twelve rcgu>
lar members she had as" her guests,
Mrs. J. M. Allen, Mrs. Joe Mann,
Miss Mattie Allen and Miss Ida Mae
Vow . }
After a very enjoyable evening at
bridge a delicious salad course and
mints were served.
Mrs. W. D. Egerton made the high-,
est score ot the evening.
1HK WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF ST.
I Vhe Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's
[church h?ld Its regular semi-monthly
'meeting Monday afternoon with M ri.
?R. F, Yarborough, Jr. ,/
I Recently, in meeting to 'eKct offi
cers of '.he Auxiliary. Mrajn. S. Clif.
ton was named Prealdent-'of the Circle,
to silcceed Mrs. R. H. Darls, the re
At the meeting on Monday, Mrs.
Clifton presided, bringing before the
women several important business .dis
With the conclusion of the Devotion
al exercise the Auxiliary began the
first lesson in "Every Man-s History
of the English Church" with Mrs.
\ arborough, leader of the class. She
briefly sketched the Dawn of the Chris
tiftn Faith in Britain, as early as the
2nd Century. Mrs. Scoggln then re
lated most Interestingly The Story of
St. Alban, the proto-martyr of Britain
and the famous conversion of -"Cob.
stantine the gaeat," Emperor of Rome.
Mrs. Malcolm McKlnne read brief
sketches of St. Ntnlan the Apostle of
the Plcts, St. David, Patron St. of
Wales, and St. Patrick, Patron Saint
of Ireland, tho' a native of Britain.
Captive In Ireland he learned to love
the Irish and remained tnere after he
was released, establishing the Scottish
Church of Irelaud.
Mrs. Clifton told in entertaining
way, the Introduction of heresy in the
church by Pelaglns, a British prieBt,
whose belief denied original sin and
asserted that man lived a holy llfiTTiy
the mere power of his own will . Mrs.
Clifton ended her discussion with the
story of St. German and St. Typus,
telling of their wonderful leadership
In battle against the Plcta and Saxons,
where the army just from baptism and
wearing their white robe completely
routed the enemy. Mrs. Davis con
cluded the study by reading a beauti
ful explanation of the Scottish Church
of Ireland and the End of the British
Farmers At Fair Cheer
When News Is Received
Raleigh, Oct. 18?? News of the vic
tory of the Tobacco Growers' Co. oper
ative Association spread through the
agricultural sections of the 9tate Fair
, yesterday by Dr. J. Y. Jojroer short -
. ly alter he had received word that
Judge Frank Daniels had sustained
the co-operatlvea In their Injunction
| against contract-breakers, brought
shouts of Joy from the farmers attend
ing the exposition.
Dr. Joyner had promised the Red
Cak delegation, wtileh has a splendid
exhibit at the fair, that he would break
the news of Judge Daniels' decision to
them llrst. This progressive commit
illy Is In *4ash county, where the frst
legal battle against contract .breakers '
fh North Carolina was staged. The
lied Oak delegation let fourth mighty
< heers for co-operative marketing, snd
the news of the victory, spreading
tli rough the exhibit halls and the
grounds, brought stUI more cheering
Farmers nt the fair were keenly Inter
ested In the outcome of the court ac
tion and the favornhle decision <;ave
still greater assnrance of the success
of the movement. ' I
BECINMXG TOMORROW AT TRTH.
Moat Interesting Program ? lu;
Speaker* ? Large Att?nduc< . (V
p?M ? Will Hold Through 81
Opening session of the Franklin
County Sunday School Convention will
be held on Saturday afternoon, Octo
ber 28th, at 2:00 o'clock at Trinity
Methodist Church, -atx miles north ot
Lxjulsburgi. There tyil be a session
of the convention Saturday night, and
morning and afternoon ?wtoni will
be held on Sunday, October 29th.
The devotional pPHods at the four
sessions will be cuMMUd by Mr.
Frank McKlnne, at Loulsburgf
Holland Faulkner, ^Ivoulsburg,
I) . Mr. E. J. CDlMuun, Franklin
ton ; and Mr. J. W. Daniel, Franklln
Assisting on (he program will be
Miss Flora Davis, Assistant Superin
tendent of the North C-arollnaJ3an4?y
School Association. M injftftla.. k:?
specialist In Adult Bible^^ljtjMlll..,
having been connected with wSB3(
very large Bible classes. SM has had
Bpeclal training In all phases of Sun.
day School work, and her lecturee will
be of special-Interest to Sunday school
Others on tlie program are Mr. J
fi. Broughton, Raleigh, Superintend
ent of the Tabernacle Baptist Sunday
School, which Is one of the largest
and best organized Sunday Schools In
the State. Mr. Broughton Is a very
fine Sunday School speaker, and his
addresses w'ill be of great interest to
superintendents and other officers ot
the Sunday Schools.
Dr. W. A. Withers, of Raleigh, Is
one of the teachers In the First Vrpf
bvterian Sunday School pr JUffSigh,
(and is one Jt lliu uu.siauillllgChrlstinn
workers of tin\ stitjr; Being closely
in touch with the^ork of the famous
Vanguard Blbl^Class in his Sunday
School, he wtfl have many _lhings ot
Interest tp^ tell the ,-wo^Jters who at
tend Franklin" C<ftmty Sunday
The program for the four sessions
<>l the convention at Trinity Church li
Saturday Alternoou, October 28
i 2:00 Devotional. Mr, Frank Mc
Kinne, Loulsburg. Superintendent of
Methodist Sunday School.
2:15 Evangelism In the Sunday
School. Mr. J. W. Watson, Klttrell.
2:40 Practical Plans tor Building
up the Sunday School. Dr. W. A.
Withers, Teacher In First Presbyterian
Sunday School, Raleigh.
3:10 "Three in One." Miss Flora
7:30 Devotional. Mr. Holland
ner, Loulsburg, R .F. D. ?
7 : 45 The Teacher and the Method
Dr. W. A' Withers.
8:25 The Use of the Story in Teach
ing Religion. Miss Flora Davis.
Sunday Morning, October 29
10:00 Devotional. Mr. E. J. Cheat
ham, of Methodist Sunday School,
10.45 The Sunday School, An Oppor.
tunity for Life Investment. Mr. J.
H. Broughton, Superintendent Taber
nacle/Baptist Sunday School, Raleigh.
ims Period of Business: 1. Re
cord of Attendance. 2. Reports of
County Officers, 3. Appointment of
11:35 Our Common Task. Miss
12:10 Offering for Support of North
Carolina Sunday School Association.
2.00 Devotional. Mr. J. W. Dan
iel, of the Baptist Sunday School.
2:15 Objectives for Objectors. Mr.
J . M . Broughton .
2: SO Elements of Sunday School
Success. Misa Flora Davis.
3:20 Problem Solving Period.
3:46 Reports of Committees and
Election of Officers.
S:66 Place of Next Meeting.
The next State Sunday School Con
\entlon will be held at Winston-Salem. I
N. C., Tuesday, Wednesday andThurs!
day, April 10.11 12. 1*23.
SERVICES AT ROCK KI'KIX;
We are having twice a month preach |
in* at Rock Spring Baptist church |
now. Every second and fourth 8un- 1
day morning at eleven o'clock. Alsoj
sorvlre tho fourth Saturday afternoon |
at two. thirty.
Everybody Is Invited to attend these
i-ervicen and will be given a hearty I
welcome by the people of this com mil;
Do your duty as a loyal citlsen ?ofj
North Carolina by reglsterlug before
Saturday night and vote In the com- j
lrg f lection on all questions. |i
FRAMiLIM < OCKT APJOIBJS
The following cases were disponed
of in Franklin Superior Court since
our last report before adjournment
waa Wen on Friday afternoon:
vs Henry WaddeU and Willie
adw with Intent to kill, plead
? years each In penitentiary .
T? Henry WaddeU and Willie
f*P?. Jury failed to agree, con
flict of assault with Intent to
rape, was accepted, IS years
v* J. B. Davis, adw, pleads
"idgment suspended upon pay
vs W. C. Davis, adw. pleads
sdgment suspended rpon pay
V* J. B. Davis, ccw, trial,
UDed }&0 and costs. I
vs W. C- Darls, ccw, nol pros,
vs R. W. Hudson, oal, pleads
inayer for Judgment continued
yment of costs.
yf.1t. W. Hudson, adw, pleads
guilty, grayer tor Judgment suspend
ytfi. E. Dehart, son. nol pros. .
n Javts Murray, adw, trial |
ts Joe KWfcsberry, false pre
10 days on roads. - .
vs Newpian Williams, road |
i stricken out aqdbired to T.
W. Rtfrln.' ^
TfcT following is the report of So.
Ucitor H. E. Norris:
North Carolina. Franklin County ? Su
perior Court, -Oct. Term, 1922.
To the Hon. C. G. Lyon, Judge Pre-.
The undersigned Solicitor of the
Seventh judicial District respectfully
reports to U>e Court that he has ex
amined at tills tern of -said Court ln
- to the ccSKtlon of* the office of J. J.
Barrow, ikejClerk of lue Superior
Court c|f MHCtormntv that he find said
rfflcewe53?6lTIt?tet*0 in all ros
pects, that said ClerkRte^i. Ill nis of.
flee all the boofca lequlrSd by law,
properly Indexed tor jpeefly and con
venient rerjrenee.-. \
' He fu rlhwVepo rts to the Oourt that,
sd far as ? can ascertain. \he ac
counts of un said. Clerk, areVegular
and correow < " " \
Respectfully submitted. \
H. Bi NORRIS, SoltcltorX
itlr Judicial DlstrictX
iroved, and ordered i\.
? . &rand Jury Report
Tho Grand Jury completed its work
oi? Thursday and made the following
1 oport :
To His Hon. C. C. Lyoit. Judge Pre
We the Grand Jury for the October
1922 term of criminal court of Frank
lin County, do respectfully submit the
We have passed upon all bills ttjat
have come before us to the best of.our
dniowledge and belief. We have vis
it^ the bounty Home and find the in
mates comfort&kl9.&ii<l. w.e.ll cared for
so far as the existing circumstances
will allow. We recommend ^that the
County Commissioners sell the pres
ent County Home, either ?s a yhole or
cut up in small farms, which ever
may be the best advantage, but at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, and
ibuy a smaller fares, nearer town and
at a more convenient place, and put
up modem and sanitary buildings.
We have inspected the County Jail
and find it well kept as far as the
| present arrangements will permit, 4>ut
find It poorly arranged as to sanita
tion and ventilation, and recommend
that the entire enterior be taken out;
and the bottom floor made level, and
|both upper and lower floors be built
of coment, and cells so arranged as to
permit better ventilation, also recom
mend that the present rotten wooden
fence around the Jail yard be taken
down and replaced with a more mod
ern iron fence suitable for such places.
We have also visited the several
County offices in the Court House and
ftnd them in good condition and the
records well Kept.
We also wish to express our thanks
and appreciation to Solicitor Ncrris
for his help and co. operation .
J. H. BEST, Foreman.
Court took adtournment Friday af
ternoon for the term after having dis
posed of quite 'a large number of
Bl.AMH HARRIS CIBTLE
The Blanch Barrus (Mrcle met on
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Pat tie;
PiUman, The meeting was opened'
by singing. I Need Thee Every Hour.
Prayer by Mrs. Arch Oreeu.
Scripture reading, 19th Vsalm by |
Mrs. J. A. Mclver. Prayer by Mrs.
Miff Mclver then explained the '
2nd and 3rd chapters of Genesis, whieh .
was a comfort to all.
Those present were Mesdimes Arch j
fJreen, J. A. Mclver. Pattie Pitt man, i
R. A. Bobbitt, W. K. Beaaley, L. W.
Parrlsh and W. C. Wooldrirlge. We ,
ihen adjourned to visit tho sick or do
us we decided best on Monday after- 1
noon. Oct. 30th. Its being tho first
fifth Monday we've h^d since our Clr-i
tie was organized.
One of the children might like a
real, live Christmas proaent this year
In the form of a purebred calf, or pig,
>r trio of chickens.
IfllQUE A RJUSTTCF DAV CELE
BRATION PLAN* ED BT AMERI
CA* LE6IOH At XI LI A HI
Feeltn* that Armistice Day, Not.
lXtk, a day of more significance In
the con temporary Mstory of America
than any other should be fittingly cel
ebrated and that It* true meaning
slould be vividly brought before the
people of Franklin County whose pa
tilotlc cooperation in th? great war
was second to none, the ladles of the
American Legicn of I?ulaburg have
prepared an elaborate program for
that day which bids fair to exceed any
previous attempt to interpret the spir
it of that day .
. It is planned to reproduce by tab.
laux and pantomime every phase of
activity of the American people wbose
wholesculed cooperation and patriotic
endeavors made the winning of the
world war posafMe. The whole ga
mut' of the buman emotions which a
struggle of such magnitude brings
cut, pathos, humor, glory arid sorrow
will all be portrayed in a series of
living pictures with suitable costum
ing and back ground. Stirring pic
tures of our troops in action are prom
ised as well as glimpses of those ac
tivities which while possibly less spec
tacular were of equal Importance In
bringing that terrible conflict to a
To provide a floor space sufficiently
large to accommodate the large num
ber of people participating and their
audience the Farmers Union Storage
Warehouse was obtained, which will
be suitably decorated for the occas
ion. Mrs. Garland Ricks who Is
chairman <5T the Pageant Committee
states that to each high school of the
County has been assigned one episode
in the series of tableux to ee present
ed, and that a largo chorus will be
drawn from the grammar schodls of
the county who will sing songs appro
pi late to the various incidents repre
sented. Miss Ruth Hall who has
charge of the elaborate tn?i:cal pro
gram announces that an orchestra
and an adult chorus will also be pro.
vlded to assist In making -n:s ambi
tious program one never to be forgot
Franklin County has never
had the opportunity to witness a pa
triotic program of the magnitude of
this celebration and it is hoped that
on Nov. Jlth business will be suspen
ded and that every man, irornap and
child will lay aside the u^j^c duties
nt the day to gather in Louuburg to
this excellent Pageant given by
4* Franklin County, lor
the peopVa or Franklin j^ounty to com
"'pmfirafp ajLd.^y t Ifiir kfc.l the erd
of world horror and the dawn of
: world peac?.
I The Pageant will be given >.t 2 P. M.
Nov. 11th. Admission is free to all.
A program in detail will appear in
next weeks issue of the FRAN K_L IX
HON. WALTEK MURPHY SPEAKS
TO GOOD CROW1;
I Hon. Walter Murphy opened 'he
[Democratic campaign in Frapklin
jCtfttnty on ^Wednesday night when he
[delivered a strong speech to quite a
i largo crowd of people in the Court
House. It was a teirible arraignment
of the Republican party for its lack
of sympathy with the people and con.
trasted with the many real responses
of the Democratic administration.
Mr. Murphy is a most interesting
and entertaining speaker and was
equal to his best on, -this occasion, and
his speech was grefctly appreciated.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON HOOK (LI B
Mrs. T. W. Watson was hostess to
the Tuesday Afternoon Book Club
and a number of invited guests on the
afternoon of Oct. 24.
Her living rooms were lovely, with
their open fires and decorations of
brightly colored flowers, reflecting the
brightness of the perfect October day.
The topic x<or the afternoon's dis
cussion was Early Southern Litera.
Mrs. M. S. Clifton's paper, "A Sur
vey of Colonial Literature," read by
Mrs. S. J. Parham, was very inter
esting, showing that although^ in co
lorisl day 8, men were men oj action
and wrote only in the lntefvals of
graspiny the Bible, th? sword, or the
plow handle, there were some inter
esting books written by Interesting
men. Special mention was made of
the work of Oapt. John Smith. George
Washington, Thomas Jefferson. Pat
rick Henry, Hfcnry Laurens and Col.
Mrs. A. W. Mohn read three very
interesting selections from the Diary
jof Col. W^liam Byrefow
i And Mrs. K. C. ReciTs* paper on
Ciecrge Washington and Thomas Jef. j
fevfon, read by Mts. J. L. Palmer,
ihllcil the heart anew with approcia^
jtion of those distinguished statesmen
The musical program for the after
noon was very enjoyable. Mesdames
Mohn and White and Miss Ruth Hall
sang two numbers, an Indian love
song and "Linda Lou", a negro love
song. Mrs. Mohn and Mlsu Hall in
their piano duet Zampa, by Herold, j
displayed unusual skill and technique.
Concluding the program. Miss An
na CJray Watsoik the charming little
daughter of the hostess, delighted her
hearers with a recitation, "Little Or
Mr< Watson, assisted by Misses An
nie Oreen and Anna Gray Watson,
served delicious refreshments.
The club adjourned to meet on No. <
vember 14, with Mrs. If. F. McKinne.
AMONG THE VISITORS
SOME YOU KH#W AN9 90KB TO0
DO NOT KlfOW.
PerionaJ Items Abvtt Folks Am*
IVJr Friends Wk? Trarei
Mr. B. H. Malone visited Raleich
n business Monday. *
Messrs W. F. Beasley and son
Paai, visited Wendell Tuesday.
Hon. Walter Murphy, of ...
was a visitor to Louisburg W'f'daee2y!
Hon. Charles U. Harris, of
was a visitor to Loulsburg We
Mr. J. R. Biller left this we* tor
?w York to purchase goods for his
?Mr!, Gua Cooko, of Beaufort, is
spending a short while with Mrs E
S. Fostor. *
Mr. W. D. Leonard, of Rockr
Mount visited his sister, Mrs. F. A
Mr. W A. Young, of the Tobacco
bur?gWTue.^rIat)0n- ln L?UU
?' Cheathain. of the Tobacco
?rowers Association, was in Louis
burg Tuesday. ixjuis
Sheriff H. A. Kearney and Register
of Deeds 3. C. Hoi den went to Tar
Miss Kate Ballard, of Raleigh, spent
the week-end with Iter sister, Mrs. R.
r . Yarborough, Jr.
Mr- and Mrs. J. R. collie. of Ral
eigh, v'sited relatives and friends in
Mrs. K. K. Allen and Karl, Jr.
have gone for an extended visit to rel *
atives in Baltimore and New York.
Williams and Charles Roavis.
or Kaleigh, spent the week-end with
heir aunt, Mrs. W. H. Yarborough.
Mr W. H. Ruffin' Mrs. W. H. Ruf
hn and Mr. W. H. Ruffin, Jr., return
ed the past week from a visit to Vir
Misa Ruth Ferrail, a student of
Louisburg College, boarding at - tha
Baptist Parsonage, was carried to Rex
Hospital Friday for appendicitis.
Miss Liilie May Aycocke, who is
county home demonstrator ih. Greena
lounty, opent the week-end with
friends and relatives in Louisburg.
Constable J, E. Thomas returned
from Washington City this week whera
he went to bring back to Franklin
(ounty, Frank Twitty, who is wanted
here to answer to a charge of aban
Rev. G. F. Smith attended a meet
ing of the trustees of Greensboro Col
lege for Women at Greensboro last
week and went from there to the Wes
tern North Carolina Conference. Pres
ident Mohn of Louisburg College fill,
ed his pulpit Sunday morning.
Miss Josephine Biyant left Thursday
tor New York, where she will taka
lessons on the harp from Misses Cal
low and Dilling . The latter is said
to be the most proficient harpi3t in
America and has studied with famous
European masters. This is a wonder
ful opportunity for our talented young
Bev. Forrest Smith, of Fort Worth.
Texas, a former pastor of i.h? Louis
bi'rg Baptist Church, proachod to
large congregations at the. Baptist
Chwrch both Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Smith has boon, to
Richmond as the Texas representative
on the Foreign Mission Board of tha
Southern Baptist Convention and said
he could not resist the temptation to
go enough out of his way to a
visit to Louisburg while on th? trip.
40TH CESTlkV BOOK CICB
The 20th Century Book Club >rtd
its third regular meeting with
Kobt. Smith wicL Wednesday, Oct. 89^
at 4 o'clock. Invitod guesta and
members enjoyed the following pro
Mrs. W. D. Egerton, Paper, Unci*
Sam's Money. # ^
Miss Kuth Allen, Piano Solo, Thln\
Miss Ethyl Itoliinson, Papei, History
ot the Bank.
Miss Sallie Petty, Vocal 8olo,
"Thrush at Eve." Mrs. O. Y. Ynt..
" Mies Burdette Joyner, Currant
Miss Catherine Padwlck. Readlags.
Pressed Housekeeping. My Dog's Tail .
The Hallowe'en spirit prey Mwl at
refreshment time! Witches am/1 imp
kins adorning the napkins that
ed u delightful chicken salad HUM
and a tiny basket, with a' Jack O-Jjtn
tern on It. was presented to each on*
with the nuts and mints in It.
&end the holl weevil to bed hungry.
He stands less chance of waking no
next spring. Plow up the cotfoa
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