? GOLD SAND SCHOOL NEWS ?!
? Published by Pupil* of *
* Uold Snnd High School *
The following program waB giv
en in Chapel Friday, Dec. 6.
Song ? Silent Night; Devotional
exercise* ? Ruby Murry; Lights
for Santa ? Mildred Smith;
Santa's little son ? Six boys from
the second grade; Letters to
Santa ? Fourteen boys and girls.
Home Economics Club
The Home Economics Club met
Friday, Dec. 6, 1935. The meet
ing was called to order by the
president the roll call and the
minutes of last meeting were read
and approved. The business was
brought before the class. Miss
Weaver said she though it would
be nice for all of the members
to send Mrs. Pearce, our former
Home Economic teacher, a Christ
mas card. She also showed us how
to wrap Christmas packages so as
to be most attractive. We planned
a program for the next two meet
ings. We then adjourned to meet
Dec. 20, 1935.
uoromy uupion, neponer.
Ninth Grade News
The members of the ninth grade
?re very sorry that Mr?. Pearce,
onr home room teacher and Homo
Economic* teacher, ha* resigned.
Mr*. Reed has been teaching In
her place (or the past week.
Evelyn Faulkner, one ot our
class-mates, has been in the hos
pital for several weeks with ap
pendicitis. We hope she will soon
be able to Come back to school.
The Best Literary Society
The Best Literary Society met
Friday, December the sixth. The
new members were initiated.
After the Initiation there was
some time left, and several of
the girls said their readings.
The entire Junior Class is tak
ing part in the Essay Contest.
We hope too, that the winner will
be from this class.
Senior Ola** News
The Seniors are planning to
give the play "Here Comes
Charlie" this year. It will be giv
en after Christmas.
We truly hope the Juniors
haven't forgotten to give us a
The boys basketball team have
their new suits all ready now for
a game Tuesday night. December
10th. We are going to play Ed
ward Best in our own gynaslum.
The suits are blue and we have
sweat suits to match them.
TO HANTA CLAU8
The Franklin Times acknow
ledges receipt of the following let
ters to Santa Claus:
Dear Santa Claus: Dec. 7, 1935
I am a poor little glrj, Please
bring me some toys. Please bring
Susie and Helen a coat. So I close,
R. 1, Louisburg, N. C.
Bl'NN P. T. A. TO MEET
The Bunn Parent-Teachers As
sociation will hold its December
meeting at the School buildtng
Thursday evening, December 19,
at 7:30. The P. T. A. Is very ac
tive this year under the leader
ship of Mrs. B. C. Johnson and
Is enjoying some very Interesting
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carter, of
Youngsville, announce the birth
of a daughter, Frances Fern, on
Wednesday, December 4. 1935.
is to send it out!
The pennies saved by try
ing to clean apparel and
other fabrics at home, count
for little against the risk
taken with life and property
. . . Our cleaning rates for
men's and women's apparel,
rugs, drapes, etc., are very
low. Men's suits, Women's
dresses, cleaned and pressed
? Phone, 323-1.
H. R. PEARCE, Proprietor
MAIN ST. I.OUISBCRG, N. O.
The wedding of Miss Hortense
Matilda Clifton and Mr. Ollte
Thomas Alford was solemnized
Wednesday. November 27, 1935.
at the home of Mr. John R. Thar
rlngton of Youngsvllle, N. C., who
preformed the ceremony.
Mrs. Alford Is the attractive |
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Clifton of Loulsburg. R. P. D. She
was becomingly attired In a suite
of brown with harmonizing ac
Mr. Alford is the youngest son I
of Mr. O. D. Alford of Youngsvllle |
and the late Mrs. Alford.
After December 5, the couple I
will be at home with Mr. Alford's |
ENTERTAINS B. Y. P. U.
Misses Myrtle Lee and Ruth
Hendrlx were hostesses to the |
members of the Senior B. Y. P.
U. of Plat Rock Baptist Church,
Thursday evening, December 5. ,
Games, contests, and stunts were |
enjoyed throughout the evening.
Refreshments were served to the |
I members and about fifteen vlsl
Success comes in Cans ? Failure |
in Can'ta. , ftflBl
with ingredients of
Vicks Cough Drop
B? Sure TK?y Properly
Cleans* the Blood
WOUR kidneys are constantly filter
T ing waste matter from the blood
strum. But kidneys sometimes lag in
their work do not set at nature in
tended ? (ail to remove impurities that
poison the system when retained.
Then you may suffer nagging back
ache, dizziness, scanty or too frequent
urination, getting up at night, puf Finns
under the eyes; feel nervous, misera
ble ? all upset
Don't delay? Use Ooen'i Pills.
Doan's are especially for poorly func
tioning kidneys. Tney are recom
I mended by grateful users the country
ever. Get them from any druggist.
Men's bath robes, silk or wool flannel ? $3.50
A nice assortment of colors ? Blue, TO
Maroon or Brown $12.50
A large assortment of new wilt proof
collars ? The newest collars? Duke of
Kent ? Button-down or Regular ? All
The famous Interwoven line of wools, 35c
silk, and wool, mercerized, or silk ? Solids TO
or fancies $1.00
New patterns and materials. Silks, and 50c
wools. Stripes, patterns, solids ? See our TO
Small Inexpensive gifts ? Men's jewelry ? 50c
Also ash trays, cocktail shakers, cigaret TO
cases, and humidors $15.00
Give a box of initialed linens. At- 10c
tractive colon, fancies, or solid TO
0 (FTS rok MEN
WHELESS ? BURGESS, INC.
PEOPLE MOST LIKELY TO GO
Stupidity i? almost it hurt' safe
guard against lunacy, stays uricuct*
In an unusual article In the De
cember IS Issue of the American
Weekly, the big magazine which
conies regularly with the BALTI
MORE SUNDAY AMERICAN. A?k
your favorite newsboy or news
dealer for your copy. 12-13-lt
I want to buy your tobacco
scrap. Will buy from anyone
who wants to sell it, and will pay
cash, and also call for it In
Franklin or adjoining counties.
K. S. MARSHALL,
11-2 2-5 1 R 2 Wake Forest, N. C.
I will sell at auction on Satur
day, December 2lBt, 1935, at 10
o'clock at my home near Raynor.
1 pr. Mules weight 1000 lb.
1 two horse wagon. 1 buggy;
9 one horse plows; 1 nlpeteen
Oliver Chill plow; 1 riding culti
vator; 1 Coal distributor; 1 cot
ton planter; 3,600 tobacco sticks;
40 bhl. corn; 5,000 lb. good feed;
nice lot of shucks; 2 Jersey cows
3 yrs., old: A lot of other farm
And a lot of other articles that
ace not mentioned.
This December 4th, 1936.
12-6-3t H. B. EDWARDS.
DR. J. O. M A N N
The Well Known Eye Specialist
Will be at Dr. A. H. Fleming's
Office, Loulsbwnc. N. C.
THURSDAY, DECKMBKK l?tli
From 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Landowners say the two chief
handicaps to dairy (arming in
Cumberland County are lack of
pastures and a supply or honvj
grown feed. i
81XGEK SEWING MACHINES
All styles of Singer Machines.
Keasonable terms. Get the ladies
a real Christmas present.? See our .
new Vacuum Cleaner ? Call for ,
demonstration ? Used machines ,
priced to sell, visit the Singer
Shop. Market St. Louisburg. Serv- !
ice with a smile.
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 1
Guy Cox, Agt. 12-13-21
From $2.95 up
Jewelry of all
LOVISBUIU?, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill, of
Youngsville, announce the birth o t
a daughter, Shirley Yvonne, on
Friday, December 6, 1935. Mrs.
Hill formerly was Miss Mabel
Breed|ove of Lotiisburg R. F. D.
Liquid - Tablets
in 30 minuter
? Your property carefully managed
and kept in ^ood repair.
? Prefer property which is located
within thirty miles of I^pnderson.
In office Tuesdays and by appointment
HENDERSON, N. C.
(\e*t to I'arkfr's Drug Store) , v
BE GOOD TO YOUR HAIR
If you resolved last fall that never again
would you neglect and mistreat your hair
during the destructive summer season,
then now is the time to keep that resolve.
Our scalp and hair treatments with per
manent wave may be had now at special
low summer rates. We suggest you
phone for rates and appointment.
Marguerite's Beauty Salon
PHONE: 74 LOUISBURG, N. C.
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