| HIS JjAST- I
A glorious romance
under Southern skies
? a drama of pound
ing hoofs and racing
IN OLD KENTUCKY
Auofiati Prodv<*r. Edward Bvtchcr
C.'?c fed b*Ge:rj0 A'j jIi?1!
Play by CKorl#? T Dai?y
A Fox Pict jru
Mid-Night Show Wednesday, Dec. 18
ALSO THURSDAY & FRIDAY, DEC. 19th-20th
CHILDREN 15c ? ADULTS 35c
MATINEE and NIGHT
AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS
TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS
SHOPPING WHILE THIS SALE
IS GOING ON. u .
We Have Gifts Suitable For
The Entire Family.
J. Do Your Christmas Shopping
Early and Avoid The Rush !
department STORti, INC.
OUTFITTERS Jo* the ENTIRE
"Louisburg's Shopping Center"
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* Edward Best High School * ,
We have Just completed the J
"Tragedy of Macbeth" ill English. ^
We hope to study more stories as j
interesting as this one.
Our Economics course has al- ^
most been completed. We hope 4
our last half year's study in this J
course will be Just as interesting. }
We will present our play Fri- J
day night December 20. "Bound J
To Marry." <
Eighth Grade News
The Home Economics girls have ,
begun cooking and have been us- J
ing their workbook which save t
a great deal of writing. * <
In Cinics we have been study
ing about "Making The Home
Mean More to Us" and "Getting
the mdst out of School."
In English we have completed
Stevensons "Treasure Island" and
are golpg to make a scrap book
on "Lady of the Lake."*
Literary Club News
The Literary Club met Friday
at its regular time. We were glad
to have Mr. Miller visit us.
Refreshments were served after
the program. We drew names
then because we are expecting to
have a Christmas tree the last
Friday before Christmas holidays.
Mary Rose Club News
Since our club members came
back this Friday, we had a very
interesting program, for we had
more time to prepare It.
Our members drew names to
day for the Christmas tree we
are going to have Friday, Decem
? e Sport News
We played Castalla High School
Wednesday night, December 11.
Our boys and girls won. We are
very proud of our team.
The basketball team of girls
this year are as follows: Hazel
Bunn, Sue D. Creedmore and
Agnes Leonard, forwards; Vivian
Gupton, Elsie Gupton. and Amy
Creekmore. guards; Ruth Alford,1
Corlne Smith, * Richel Sykes and
Nellie Southall, substitutes.
The boys players are: Marshall
Smith. Russell Lancaster. Ronda
Gupton, willard Wilder, Carl Rice I
Robert W. Harris. Cleamon
Pearce. Daniel Inscoe. Grady
Wheeler and I. J. White.
We won another game yester-|
day playing with Castalia boys
We are so proud of our new
suits. It won't be long before we
have our athletic equipment com
pleted including our gymnasium.
Community News and Personals
We have a visitor in our com
munity. Miss Frances Curtlss from
Ahoskie, N. C. is working for our
school, getting ads for stage
scenery. We wish for her much ;
Don't forget the Reading and
Declamation Contest at Edward
Best High School Friday night.
December 13. also the Senior Claas
play December 20.
The Dramatic Club will pre- !
sent a Christmas pfay at our next
P. T. A. meeting which will be
We wish to announce the birth
jf the daughter of Mr. J. D. Wall,
i member, of our faculty. Her
name to- Jant? Lee.
FOR SALE ? My shop, lot, en
gine and mill. Mfs H. C. Dlck
sison. Louisburg, N. C., Rt. 3,
We hare an extra nice lot ot.
young Mares and Mules for sale
or trade. Stables on wyche St.,
rear or Roses Ten Cent Store.
WESTER S SALES STABLES.
12-13-4t Henderson, N. C.
RADIOS tor XMAS
SPECIAL Holiday Prices. ' BUY NOW SAVE.
SENTINEL New Model Foreign and American
' Regular price $39.50
SPECIAL 00 COMPLETE
Atwater Kent $53.00 ? SPECIAL $49.00
lOOO Hour Battery
Crosley Six $53.00 ? SPECIAL $49.00
1000 Hour Batter)'
Westinghouse Electrical Appliances
Heaters, Irons, Toasters, Waffle Irons,
Auto Parts for all cars... Prices low... Auto
Accessories at CUT RATE.
LOCISBURG'8 OLDEST QARAGH
WHAT-NOT BARGAIN STORE
SAT. DEC. 21
Beginning at 1:00 P. M.
Everybody Come ! ! Merchandise going at
your own price. This is surely the time of
your l^fe to pick up values you'll never forget.
j Come rain or shine, be here when sale starts.
Mr. Joyner, of Henderson, auctioneer.
M&S. H. G. PERRY, Proprietor
I Across from Franklin Hotel
Next to Dr. Johnson's Office
Phone 45 W
118 N. Main
Matinee Daily 3:30 10 & 25c
Night 7:00 & 9:00 15 & 30c
SATURDAYS CONTINUOUS 2 TIL 11
10c and 25c Till 6:00 O'clock
SATURDAY, DEC. 14th
The Greatest Cast of Western Stars Ever
Tom Tyler-Hoot Gibson-Buzz Barton Bob
Steele Big Boy Williams-Hary Cary all in
"POWDER SMOKE RANGE'
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Comedy ? Serial
SUNDAY, i " - DEO. 15th
Alice White ? Andy Devine
Eddy Duchin and his Orchestra
MONDAY, DEC. 16th
Rochelle Hudson - Cesar Romero
Bruce Cabot - Edward Norrise
"SHOW THEM NO MERCY"
Absolutely the best Q-Men picture ever made
TUESDAY, DEC. 17th
Gary Cooper - Ann Harding
The Year's Best Love Story
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18th
Lawrence Gray - Florene McKinney
Fuzzy Knight - Berton Churchill
On The Stage
"SANTA CLAUS" IN PERSON
Valuable Present Given Away
SPECIAL MID-NIGHT SHOW WEDNESDAY
WILL ROGERS Last Picture
"IN OLD KENTUCKY"
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, DEC. 19-20th
Will Rogers in hast last and greatest picture
"IN OLD KENTUCKY"
,.;_i*- Adinissioo this attraction
Children 15c Adults 39c
PIANO TUNING $8.50
Christmas Special gift (or
daughter, wife or sweetheart.
Write or phone Dixi? Piano Ser
vice, 111 Church St., Phone
Why not get your 1936 Ford V-8
in time for Christmas?
. .*?. Syr. -t , I
THE lord V-8 for 1936 it the finest
Ford car ever built. It is a car that
goes farther than ever beyond the ac
cepted standards of its price class. In
engine perform lace, riding comfort,
roominess? feature after feature? it
ma y be compared with cars costing
many hundreds of dollars more.
Today's Ford V-8 is backed by more
than two million Ford V-8's now on
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