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VOLUMNLTV. LOUISBURQ, N. 0., flftDAY, DEC. 18TH, 1925 (1& Pa?e$) NUMBER 43
VETERANS OF THREE
WARS ENJOY HOSPI
Henry L. Stevens, Jr., State
Commander of the American
Legion Is Guest Of Honor
One of the moat unusual reunions
of American veterans that has ever
been held in Franklin County, was
staged recently by the Jambes Poet
ot the American Legion, when It was
host at a delicious turkey and oyster
dinner, served at the Franklin Hotel.
The reunion was unique. In that for
the first time In the history of <Louls
burg, veterans of the Civil War, the
Spanish American War, and the World j
War met with each other to renew
the bonds ot comradeship that have
grown out of the service mutually
shared by three generations, that serv
ice being the military defense of their
wountry in times of war.
Officers of Legion Posts, and promi
nent Legionnaires from Smlthfleld,
Raleigh, Henderson, Nashville, Apex,
Spring Hope, Fraaklinton, Middlesex
and Lexington, gathered almost one
hundred strong, to enjoy themselves
and to discuss plans for the promo
tion ot community betterment by the
American Legion, throughout the
The meeting was presided over by
Major S. P. Boddle, Commander of
Jambes Post, and T. K. Stockard,
i ..nimltteeman of the Fourth District.
brief addresses of welcome to
the visitors, Invocation was offered
by Lev. S. L. Blanton, Commander ot
the 1 I'unklinton Post.
Although the meeting was lively,
and merriment was master of cere
monies, one could not help having a
little twlhge at sorrow creep through
the atmosphere of gaiety, when he
noted thevacant chairs that had "
t the War
placed tor the noblest of all ve
the Confederate Veterans of
between the States Out of the num
bers of Confederate Veterans Invited
Capt D. C. Tharrlngton was the only
man to attend. However, he was sore
ly "one of the boys," and he responded
and spoke gallantly for his comrades.
The Spanish American Veterans
were one hundred per cent strong in
their representation. Messrs. Dave
McKlnne, Charlie Elmore, Bed Mea
dows and Joe Moss, of Franklinton,
were there tp show that the Spanish
American Vets have net forgotten a
mess calL A feature speech was ex
pected from them, something alarming,
but their Big Ben failed to go off as
After tne desert coarse, tne meet
ing resolved Itself Into so open dis
cussion of worth while post activities
and prominent Legionnaires exchang
ed ideaa. A harvest of helpful hints
wsa gleaned by those present, which
will be' of great benefit to their re
spective poets. Major Jim Leonard,
Committeeman of the 8eventh District
came down to tell the Easterners, "Hbw
we get things done oat oar way."
Henry L. r,Jr? State Com
mander of the American Legion, won
the hearts of hii- conundes with his
pleasing personality, when he arose
to deliver the principal address of the
evdning. In his speech he briefly
sketched the past achievements of the
American Legion, notable among which
are the National Endowment Fund for
the widows and.prphans of World War
Veterans, the Over Seas Graves Decora
tion Sinking Fond, and the Adjusted
Compensation Act He delighted his
audience with fbe statement that after
years of toll, thS-D^ft. Veteran Bureau,
and the OteenijHospItal, are examples
of effiolsacy. Commander Stevens
stated that the^ principal objective of
the Legion tor th* oacemlng year is
Increase In membership. He closed
his most able address by citing a few
reasons for an ex-service man's join
ing the American Legion. Briefly
stated hla reasons were as follows:
should hare a eeutllaental feeling for
Ala comrades of the World War, and
should associate himself more cloeely
with them by becoming a (Legionnaire.
Honor. Every ex-service man should
-appreciate the fact that membership
in the Legion is a distinct honor, and
one that every man cannot have. Duty
to onae country. Every ex-service man
should realise that as a dtlasn of
Amerloa, be Is obligated to continue
fighting In times of pence for the
betterment of his oommuntty. and na
Commander Stevens wee tendered a
tremendous applause at the eloee of
his address, which was significant
that hs had voiced the seat tenants of
his fsllow Legionnaires.
The foed wee delicious and Comrade
Ben Ogburn displayed uausual ability
by rendering unusually excellent serv
ice. The table deoorations, arranged
by Mrs. Ogburn, Was "TossT Ogburn,
and Miss Lynns Hall, ware beautiful
and decidedly fitting for the oooasioa
The favors chosen by them were so
very appropriate that the Legionnaires
became "eouvenler hounds" on g i
and captWed every toy gun
thei/vrolioetra bo adopted I
Harry HofttwB,1** life 1* the
with the beat msnfe that tans
? in masy moen^jSi _
? heart from the different
NO MAIL ON
OHMSTMAS DAT I
Post Office Employees To Have]
Now after 160 year* of uncomplain
ing work, and drudgery on Chrlst
maa Day the employee* of the U. 8.
Poet Office Department are to hare
at least one Christmas as a holiday.
This means the local post office will
not be open on December 26 this year (
and the rural carriers will not come
on Christmas Day. Bo "If you want]
| your package to reach its destination
by Christmas be sun to mall It soon.,
enough for It to arrive before Christ
mas Day," says W. R. Young, Post-,
master at Loulsburg. All Christmas
packages going out the state should
be mailed by Saturday, December 19,"
he continues, "and all packages out
of the county but srlthln the state
should start moving Monday Decem
"Christmas cards must have two,
cents on each one," says Postmaster
Young. Tills Is necessary by order
of the new postal regulations effective
April 16, 1926. Out of the thousands
| of Thanksgiving cards mailed at Louis
burg about 464 were delayed because
they had only a one cent stamp on
each of them. Christmas cards will
!be delayed In like manner If they do
not have two cent stamps on them.
In order that your mail may ar
rive at Its destination fresh with the
Christmas savor the Loulsburg Post
Office Is going to do all It can but
| it cannot violate postal laws and re
gulations for your Convenience. So
Christmas mailers are urged to com
ply with the following postal rules
Mall early, Wrap securely, address
? ??it*. a?1_
I plainly, write utfrees iritli ink or
.typewriter, pat 2 cent stamp on every
- - ? a
Santa Clans card.
On unsealed envelope containing
Christmas card without messages-put
1 1-2 cent. With message two cento.
Staled 2 cents.
The following big hogs have been
reported killed the pa*f week:
Mrs. W. L. Ayscne, of Hayeevllle
township, two weighing 200, 247.
I R. P. Finch, of Hayesville township,
two weighing 460 and 462.
I H. F. Perry, of Harris' township,
lone weighing 638.
i Vance White, Harris' township, one
j N. H. Ayscue, Of Hayesville town
ship, four weighing 217, 261, 276 and
Charley H. Roberts, colored, Hayes
ville township, two weighing 173,and
| Rev. O. W. May. of Gold Mine town
ship killed two weighing 348 and 366.
M. P. Moye, of Harris' township,
.killed one weighing 460.
I R. L. Hhrrls, Cypress Creek, one
[ S. J. Howard, Cypress Creek, two
weighing 360 and 336.
I O. J. Bowden. Cypress Creek, two
weighing 360 and 230.
It. B. Harris. Cypress Creek, two
weighing 226, and 227.
| W. H. Delbrldge, Cypress Creek, two
weighing 360 and 376.
| J. M. Harris, Cypress Creek, three
weighing 236. 337 and 446.
W. H. Joyner, Cedar Rock, two
weighing 316 and 12L
J. 8. Murphy, Cedar Rock, two
weighing 262 and 19S.
E. C. Collins, Jr., Cedar Rock, two
weighing 190 and 230.
J. C. Murphy, Cedar Rock, one
. J. A. Fuller, Cedar Rock, two weigh
ing 276 and 363.
Mrs. T. H. Dickens. Cedar Rock,
three weighing, 378, 384 and 393.
J. H. House, Cedar RQCk, two weigh
ing >68 and 364
Te Be Held At the 8er?t*l
Christmas services kin bean an
nounced for the several churchaa' a*
St Paul's Episcopal Church oa
Christmas Day at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Morning praysr and holy communion.
Christmas ssrricss at ths Methodist
church will ba hold next Sunday.
W. J. STB1CXLAKD DBAS
Mr. W. I. Strickland, ons of Frank
lin County's moat substantial plant
ers died at his home near KatesrrlUe
pn Wednesday. December tad. In his
Mth year. He leate* a wife and an
adopted son bestjss a large number
of relatives and friends.
The funeral was held at the boats
on Thursday and ths interment was
made ia the family cemetery hear by.
A large number of friends wars pres
to pay a last tribute to ths d
The bereaved yrldow and son hi
the sympathy of ths sOUrs community.
by the Fourth District
i Echoed' of appreciation of Louls
bsrg'i hospitality, and whole hearted,
entertainment, are still to r
from dttfsfeM -Mdtthhs <*t
Frolic prse from Thrills."
OLD BELT CO-OPS
PAID 1 1-2 BULLION
Largest Deliveries of Season
Reach Cooperative Market*
As S. 0. Growers Mobilise.
The payment of $1,590,002.86 to mem-:
here of the Tobacco Growers Coopers
tire Association In the old bright belt
of Virginia and North Carolina, which
'began at the association warehoases.
I last Tuesday completes final settle
ment of. the association with its old
belt members on 18 grades of the to
bacco which they delirered during
' In addition to this the organised
growers are taking advantage of the
highest cash advances which their or
ganization has everp paid at a time
' when other growers are suffering from
I the usual slump that takes place on
the auction markets lost before the
I Christmas Holidays. This has result
ed in deliveries of over 4,000,000 pounds
of tobacco to the association daring
the past week?the largest receipts
which it has recorded during any week
of the present season.
Total receipts of the association are
now more than 51 million pounds of
tobacco for the present season stod
there is every Indication that the to
bacco co-ops of the old bright belt
will deliver more tobacco after Christ
mas than has come to the cooperative
markets of Virginia and Western Caro
1 Una up to the present time.
All markets of the association In
the bright belt of Virginia and Eastern
North Carolina will close for the holi
days on Friday, December 18.
The new sign-up campaign for a
five year contract, calling for K per
cent of all tobacco and delivery to
the new 8outh Carolina belt Tobacco
Growers Cooperative Association of
every pound grown upon the lands of
signers is off to a good start with
mass meetings of the growers and the
public being held in every important
tobacco grpwing county of the South
No contracts are wanted or asked
for unUl Ore farmers and the pubUc
are thoroufhy familiar with the new
marketing ^Agreement which is the
work of the growers themselves and
contains all the terms wtich they have
asked for in mass meetings of repre
sentative growers, foUowing four sea
sons of experience in the cooperative
marketing of their tobacco.
Ihe "sign-up ?f contracts in SocU.
Carolina is scheduled to begin in the!
158 local units of the association in
that state and in the border counties
of North Carolina on Wednesday, De
cember 30, when there will be A gen
et al mobilisation of those t diacco
farmers who are Ooter-o u.tt to pro
tect their tobacco crop for another five
years as they have done during the
pref.cn i season.
j ORPHANAGE CHRISTMAS SERVICE
NEXT SUNDAY AT THE METHO
DIST CHURCH AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK
Pastor O. W.. Do wd makes the fol
! lowing announcement tor the Metho
Some say make It "An electrlclai
,Christmas," some advise you.to make
It a "Radio Christmas," some urge
It to be a "Jewelry Christmas," one
enthusiast says It should be "A book
Christmas." But w? are making a
special effort la our Church next Sun
day at 11 A. M., to make It aa "Or
phanage Christmas." We wast to
raise three hundred dollars at this
service tor our >60 Methodist Orphan
age girls an l boys at Raleigh. Please
give, at least, your earnings for one
day to this cause. We hope some of
our hlK orphanage friends here *.11
.give WOO. others can give 660. |S6.
$10, 66. 'Let all the children and young
people bring at least 61. Make your
plans to give tomethlog worth while.
Envelopes will be tarnished you.
We have the promise from Rev. A.
S Barnes that he will send some of
Us choice girls of the orphanage to
sing one or more special songs at this
Our regular choir will, also, have
a special number to fit la with the
program. The pastor is planning his
sermon with special reference to this
We feel sure that we shall have
the loyal support of Leu'shurg and
College In this fine service, both In
attendance and In financial support.
TOWN COMMISSIONERS MEET
This board of town commissioners
met in called Meslon oa Monday even
lag. December 14 for the traa motion
All Mil* presented ware deterred
until the next regular monthly moot
ing In January.
The matter of the collection of taxes
due the town was dtaeusaed. It was
found that contrary to the general
ttaderstaadlag the public, the last
day for payment of taxes la December
let of the same year that taxes are
The clerk was instructed to write
to evoty tax payers and inform them
Chef would net bo ehargod in
t on htt'fetatf'paM by the flm*
January ensuring. Bat on tho eon
ta*#p*r MbflWI be charged af
__i first'of the year.
! 'The hoard then adjourned.
M-R.H, HelTEB ENTERTAINS
The residence of Mrs. J. A. Mclver
*M the scene of much pleasure and
merriment, last Fridty evening when
?he gave a charming six o'clock din
ner in honor of Miss Juanlta Bunn,
an attractive bride-to-be of this sea
The room was tastefully decora*, sd
In Christmas &itcn an 1 bright r ;i
berries jira i.st a background of white.
The guestj were greeted at the at >.he
door by Miss Bettie Mclver. In the
living room they were welcomed by
Mrs. Mclver, assisted by Mrs. J. S.
Howell, a sister of the guest of hon
When the guests had all arrived
they were ushered Into the dining
room where the Christmas color
scheme wss carried out In the floral
decorations and in the luncheon set.
The center piece waa a Christmas
tree radiant with tinsel and lighted
candles. Beneath the tree stood a
sturdy Santa Claus with his pack.
The prospective bride was seated at
the head of the table In a chair fes
tooned In white in her honor. .
Dinner was then served In courses,
constating of a fruit course followed
In order by the meat, salad, and de
sert courses. The hostess then sug
gested that the honor guest open San
ta's pock and see what he had brought.
In It were found many pretty and
useful articles which were the gifts
of the other guests.
Besides those already mentioned
those present were Misses Elisabeth
Timberlake, Dora Upchurch, Margaret
Inscoe, Jewel Clarke, Victoria Ad
cocke. Bessie and Beulah Lancaster
and Mlsa Annie Rearce of Franklin
A good representation of church of
ficials trom each of the churches on
Lotlsbarg Circuit is asked to meet
the Pastor at Prospect Church, Sun
day, December 20th, at 2 p. m., for the
purpose of arranging a schedule for
preaching services on the work. This
year each church on the work will
be given two services each month, one
Sunday morning service and one af
ternoon or night service. To follow
this schedule It will be necessary to
make some slight changes la the old
order of services. People from cacb
chkrch shonld-be present at Proa peel
Sunday to give reasons why they de
sire a particular Sunday for their re
g^ftu* Bunder morning service.
SUNDAE SCHOOLS IN CEDAR
V ROCK TOWNSHIP MEET
On last Sunday afternoon the Sun
day School leaders In Cedar Rock
Township met at Cedar Rock for the
purpose of organising Into n township
convention. The following officers
were elected: President, W. R. Ful
ghum, C edar Rock; vice-president, D.
E. Pearce, Caetalia; secretary and
treasurer, E. O. Brewer, White Level.
After the organisation was perefected
th aim of the convention was read
bp V. H. Sledge gad discussed Also
a report was beard from Cedar Rock,
Caatalia and White Level These be
ing the only schools represented.
Plans are now on foot lor a Township
Institute to be held at White Level
sometime In the early spring. Program
for same will be planned and publiahed
W. R. FULGHUM, Township Pres.
B. Q. BREWER, Township 8ec'y.
BR CABEPUL ABOUT FLEES
The following latter from Stacey ff
Wade, IutrtOM Commissioner, was
received by Mayor WUllaauon this
weak aad la given the public with the
request that thay be guided by It CM
the safety of the property tram loss
by fire. ?
Just at this tips of the year one
of the most uftcallod for gangers
known threatens our homes and our
' Por some unknown reason, especial
ly so tn the Southern States, the cus
tom of celebrating the Birthday of
our 8arlo?r with fireworks was origi
nated ahd the toll of dues lost sad
property destroyed has followed along
In citiee where this custom has pre
Aa ordinance against the
use of such devices would
go a long
way toward eliminating this linger
aad would work a hardship against
no one, anises It he that type of man
who would, for s small profit, sell
yoar child or mine an Implement that
would destroy or Mind It
Many of the ettlee and towns in oar
Stats hare suffered from time to time
from the use of fireworks aad many
hare profitably eaaeted ordinances
against the sale and nee of them end
It Is n otiose bis that the cities pra
blMtlag tha use of them hare been
able to go through the HoUdey Sea
wltbout fire and loss of life;
while a lost hand, a burned home and
eren loss of USs has been the result
where the sale of fireworks was psr
I trust you will look upon this M I
send It;?not official Interference?
bat n warning tn order that no holo
caust which ws can. with reasoaeMk
care, pre vest, wtl) mar the happi
ness of a single-hoam In North fWo
fhaa during th*> C%l$gma* holiday
CLAJ* JOB PfctNTWO
PHONm ? ? ?
0 F F I C BE S
At Luncheon Friday Night
Most 014 Officers Re-Elected; Ne
Spec lei Pregrwm; All Eajey Good
With the beet of good fellowship
prevailing the Loniaburg Kiwania
Club held its regular luncheon at the
Franklin Hotel on last Friday night.
No special program had been arranged.
The regular election of officers was
held and resulted as follows:
- President. A. W. Mohn; Vice-Presi
dent, H. H. Johnson; Secretary-Treas
urer, A. H. Fleming; Trustee, E. 1*
Best; Directors, F. J. Beaaley. M. S.
Clifton. Mc; M. Furgursota, Ben T,
Holden, W. R. Mills, A. W. Person,
W. E. White.
Quite a good attendance was pres
ent and gn ejoyable evening was
IK HONOR OF MB. BEABNEY
Mr. William W. Neal was host, lasl
Monday evening, at a mo?t delightful
stag dinner given in honor of Mr. U
Kearney Williams, of Grand Rapids
Michigan. Mr. Herbert Alston, ol
Warrenton, and Mr. Ben Ballard. o1
Franklin ton trere present togethei
with Dr. R F. Tarborough and Messrs
J. m. AM?h. R- p- Tayor and L. E
j The guests were greeted by Mlw
a uc 6uiovu __ ? .. .
Fanny and Miss Annie Perry Neal
lo -endered music en the mandolli
and piano. A most attractive courst
dinner was then served promptly at
86Y6I1 o'clock and many Jovial storioi
were exchanged at this reunion oi
old friends. Toasts were dffered tt
the honored guests and a hearty din
ner was enjoyed by everyone Present
After dinner the guests were in
vlted Into the parlor and a very en
thusiastic game of bridge and setbacl
afforded entertainment until late U
Mr Williams and Mr. Alston hav<
been spending a few days b*rd hum
lng with Mr. Neal and returned t<
., Warrenton Tuesday night. Mr. Nea
i was with them on a duck and pheaa
ant hum in Michigan this past tal
while visiting Mr. Williams In Oram
BED BUD Y. Wl A.
The Y. W. A. met Saturday night
December 12, 1925 with Biles Nlm
Leonard. The following program wai
Hymn, "Jesus Is Calling."
Devotional Matt. 2; 1-14, Miss Min
nie Ruth Murphy.
Prayer. Mies Nina Leonard.
Roll call and report by secretary.
The child from the Olory Land, An
The Birth of C'irib., Miss MoielU
Leonard. a . , .
Duet, Miss Nina Leonard and Jua
nlta Stnrdlvant. . ...
Common Characteristics, Nina Leo
Distressing Differences, Miss Cau
dia. Belle Smith.- . , ?
Hymn, "Anywhere with Jeaus.
Dismissal, Bstelle Murphy.
Those present were Nina Leonard
Annie Lancaster. Claudia Smith, Mo
selle Leonard. Edna Lancaster. Mln
trie Ruth Mnrphy. Eatello Murphy
Nellie Lancaster, Annie Bett Smith
Myrtles Gojrtoa, Mary Alice Murphy
Juanlta Sturdtvant, Cornelia Boone
I Number members present XI, ah
sent I, new members 1. total present
112. ' . , . - 'i
1 EDNA LANCASTER Leader.
ANNIE BETT SMITH. Secretary
The tabulation of the card report
?hoar* that there were 28.4M bales ot
cotton, counting round u half bales,
ginned In Franklin county, from the
crop of IMS prior to December 1, IMS,
as compered with IS.771 bales ginned
ft* December t. 1PM.
SESTK ?8 AT ST. PAULS CHUBCH
sehoot at lb o'clock a. m.,
and evening prayer at T:J? p. m
constitute the asrrleea at St. Paal'i
dplscopal Church for next Sunday ac
cording to announcement of Pastor
f D. poller who Invitee all to attend
each of theae services.
a ? "
On October 3. 131$, God sent His
angsle to boor the spirit of Mttls John
Rnytord Underbill to A home where
suffering never comes. HO was the
sunshine of the homo and the beauti
ful flowers that covered the little
mound were a token of love from those
that loved him. He leaves a father
and mother and three Utile sisters
who loved hhn so much. All the fami
ly are sad and lonely, but heaven tp
nearer and Christ Is dearer than ever
WO loved him. Fes we farod Mm. bat
Jesus loved him more npd He has
sweetfy called him to Hta bf^ght and
AMONG THE VISITORS
son tod xvow asd son
00 MOT IHOW.
P?MUl ItMM INK F*ikl
Their Friends Whe Tnitl
Mr. R. R. Kissell visited Charlotte
the aat week.
Mr. R. C. Lawrence, of Lumberton.
was a visitor to Loulsburg Saturday.
Miss rancls Wilklns, of Sanford, la
' visiting her aunt, Miss Sallie Betts, at
Mr. R. C. Beck returned Sunday
from a visit to his father ini Richmond.
Mrs. Florence Bakes, of Norfolk,
visited Mrs. C. A. Rag land this week
Mr. T. A. Conway, of Kinston,
i a visitor to Lonisburg Monday.
Dr. A. H. Fleming visited Raleigh
Messrs. W. H. Ruftln and P. B.
White went to Raleigh Sunday to
Mr. R. 8. White.
Jndge B. W. Tlmberlake, of Wake
'] Forest, was a visitor to Loulsburg thin
Mr. R. O. Bailey returned the
week from a trip to Florida
Mr. J. E. McLeman is spending ?
few days at the home of C. A. Rag
Mrs. C. A. Ragland and Mrs. F. 1L
Leoiiaid vlalU 1 Mr? Harvey U>U*.
of Rocky Mount Wednesday.
Mrs. L. L. Joyner is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Harold J. Lewis, at
Dr. N. Y. Oulley. of Wake Forest,
was a visitor to Loulsburg Wednes
Mr. Sidney Edens, who has been at
> Plnehurst has returned home and
I' taken a position with the Franklin
1 ? ?
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Carlyle. of Sa
vannah. Oa, and Mrs. Dora Carlyle.
or Mebane, are visiting Messrs. 8. S.
and B. H. Meadows this week end.
Mr. J. W. Parker, who has held a
i' position with the Times, the past year,
i, left Saturday- to make his home In
Twelve cues were disposed of in
' Franklin Recorders Court Monday,
" I seven of which were found not guilty
(' by Judge Beam. Two of the remain
ing cases were appealed. The docket
as disposed of was as follows:
' | State vs Sherman Wilder, removing
crops, not guilty.
State vs Otbo Clifton, false pretense.
4 months on road%Appeal.
State va Clemon Harris, nuisance,
State vs Felix James, nuisance, not
'| State vs Willie Clark, nuisance, not
'I State vs Gene Blackley, nuisance.
' not guilty.
' I State vs James Arthur Higglns, poa
' session distilling outfit, guilty, fined
'j$25 and costs.
I State vs Robert Horton, Carnal
' knowledge under 1(, guilty, 4
on roads. Appeal.
State vs Herman Davis, assaultJ
deadly weapon, capias and
State vs Jeff Perry, assault ^
deadly weapon, pleads guilty, ptayigr
for judgment continued until
I want to thank the gpod
of bouisbarg and? Franklin
jfor their loving klmtoees and
[thy shown to res during asy
| I have been back home fori
eral weeks now and have been rap
, improving since my return. 1 am vwy
i glad to say that aiy eyesight is gtada
. ally improving.
.j The kind and tender prayers that
you offered tor me will long be re
membered by my family and see.
MRS. P. F. EVANS, JR. ~
COTTON CO-OP WOIDI
North Carolina Cotton ,.
; operative Association locals with
quarters In Ralalgh. " ------
ty-wide audience of
'farm women here I .
a luncheon given nt the Frank
tel. Rer'nahject was "Group
" " thn Wi
i.i..?d.-,i with them to
lag fact oT Informal |
atlve marketing to the