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ISSUED WEEKLY. v" . ;:- .V -rl'J' " . ; PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN $L50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE
VOLUME XXXHV : .1 ' . v " -.-rtAtbun, North Csjoliiia.iir8day, July 10, 19H. NUMBER 23'
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J i SLDAY .SCHOOL NOTES. ; ;
" TV .nnroachinir conference " for
young people to be held at Trinity,
July 19th and 20th is growing in in
terest among the schools in all parts
tKfl onuntv. Enrollment. carta are
being received on every mail and all
. indications are that the attendance is
going to be good. , Those classes that
bave not already elected their dele
gates should do so next Sunday and
send in their names at once. All class
- m tht have elected their delegates
eVionld send in their names without
Th townshiD conventions at Cole-
ridge and Staley last Sunday were
veil attended and the interest shown
" at each meeting bespeaks the serious
( ness- with which the' people as a whole
fcj pre considering the problem of relig
ious education in all its relationships.
Next Sunday Randleman- township
will hold its convention at Randleman.
A splendid program is in the making.
Mr. 0. V. Woosley, conference field
secretary for the Western N. C. M. E.
conference will speak at eleven o'clock
ori tw wpII known workers will
CLSIV1 V W- ---
CAPTAIN HENRY INGRAM
I i. v -
Captain Henry Ingram, son of Mr
6yCMju MS r-7 . and Mrs. J. T. Ingram, of Asheboro,
iroi. . i.motw, u who has recently landed in the United
speak a one qi mebe - States. He is now at Camp Funston,
Trinity township convention will be Kansas.' Capt. Ingram had a two
held at Mt.' Vernon M. churcn next , cmrse at ChaDel Hill before en-
Sunday. Among the program partici- iistinfl, with the army. Ho received
pants for this meeting will be. Mi. his military training at fort Ogle
J.Allen Austin, of High Point; Mr. th0rpe, Ga.. where he was commis-
w. tt. uavis, w X ' v sioned lieutenant.
The county commissioners held their
regular monthly meeting in the court
house, Monday, July 7, all the mem
be re of the board being present ! - ' ;
Various accounts were- audited, "Pt:
proved and ordered paid. ' -V
Quiney Hill, New Hope township,
wa3 released from payment of poll
tax, 1918 and 1919.
The following were, also, released
from paying poll tax on account of be
ing in the army or navy: 'i;
F. M. Dofsett, New Hope! P. t.
Craven. Coleridtre:. Carl L. Cox,
Grant C. E. Richardson, Tabernacle;
Arch Cranford, Randleman; Lewis
Cooner, Cedar Grove. -. .
Uave Kcp'ey, col., oi Asheboro, was
released from 1918 poll tax, on ac
count of being; critioled;
Jane Matthews, an- Ola and innrm
colored woman- was ordered to be
placed on the hst ot outside poor, witn
an allowance of S2.00 per - month.
The commissioners aajoiujied to
meet agairi next Monday as a Board
of Equalization and to consider any
other matter that may need attentions
The finance committee will meet with
"the commisioners in joint session on
Chas. L. Van Noppen, of Ureensboro, he promoted to captain ii
and a number of local leaders. A larKe'Company E, 321st Infantry, 81st di
After going over-
attendance is expected at
vision. Captain Ingram expects to ar-
rivo in Asheboro soon.
DOUBLE WEDDING AT LIBERTY
MEETING OF TflJi BOARD OF
.EDUCATION, JULV 7. 1919
it Members present: Dr. C. H. Phillips
Aairman, J. W. Birkhead, and N. C.
English. The minutes of the board
for the previous meeting were read and
fiMr. N. C. English was appointed a
member of the school board by the re-
cnt legislature to fill Mr. Wood's ex
pired term, reported and qualified.
;It was ordered that the attorney of
trie M. E. church of the Western con
ference, the attorney of the board of
education, and the chairman of the
board of education prepare the deed
ftp the transfer of Trinity college to
the' Board of Education.
-4t was ordered that $250 be appro
priated to Holly Springs district, for
tbji purpose of completing the school
It was ordered that the consolidat
ing -of Julian's and Paynes' districts,
ba referred to a mass convention of the.
patrons of the two districts. The pa-
trfens of these districts are to report
afi the next meeting of the board.
150 was appropriated to Coleridge
district for painting school house.
KTtock Sorines district, Richland
tewnship, was allowed $200 out of the
getieral fund, and all the money left
PRIVATE GUBNEY RICHARDSON:
President Wibon, accompanied by
Mrs. Wilson and Miss Margaret Wil
son, landed in Mew ork last Tuesday
afternoon, tfter an absence of seven
months in Europe. When the army
transport George Washington, escorted
up the bay by the battlesaip, Pennsyl
vania, and more than a score of de
stroyers una smaller naval craft, dock
ed at the Hoboken army pier, more
than 10,000 school children were
massed along the New Jersey side and
welcomed the chief executive by sing
ing "The Star-Spangled Banner." Ar
riving in New York, the president was
welcomed by the official reception, com
mittee, headed by Governor Smith and
Mayor Hyian. On the way to Carnegie
hi d, thousands of peopie cheered mad
1. Tho head of the procession was
formed by several companies of khaki
clad soldiers and marines, followed by
some hundreds of sailors clad in white
uniforms. Immediately preceding the
presidential car was an automobile
filled with secret service agents, and
the car itself was guarded by the
Farmers' Institutes in Kanaoipn. Eandieraan Township Sunday School
Farmers' Institutes under the aus-j : Convention July 13
pices of the State Department of Ag-! The Randleman township convention
riculture, the Experiment Station and for Sunday schools will be held Sun-
iv , 1 . - 1 A 1 O .t u..i nn Mvjll ha J T 1 .nil i T1 i i i 1 i
xne Agricunuiui auviw! yvi wo aay, juiy loin at Baptist cnurcn at
at the following times and places m Randleman, beginning at 12 o'clock
Shiloh, August 4.
Why Notf August 4, at night.
Marlboro, August 5.
! (legal time). Sessions also in after
noon-, and at night. Good program ar
ranged. FREE RROTECTION AGAINST
I TYPHOID FEVER
It causes no sores, no loss of time.
It is safe, almost certain protection.
tvia fiinpral was on Convenient, practically painless, and
llic iww"" ' TiTinn m i ..." J l i i.: 1 1 ..
Miss Rhodema Davis Dead
M;q Rhodema Davis died at
home near Marlboro, last
ageaou yu. pov free. Tvnhoid has been nracticallv
Michael A Fariow made an appropri-. eradicated 'wherever vaccine has been
'ItteM U unty which gets the greatest
aXupplStiSS its Population vaccm-
; t"as lafd to rest in the cemetery at ated will be given e. pme-the expens
vas iaia w reo ' e. 0 tne entire camnaism.
i months from the dread &&M,&a&t cinted. Therefore be sure to visit a
but tnrougn an tnese "- dispensary on the opening date, in 01-
a patient sufferer. She had been 101 dejl to gecure a,, threc treatmenK
many years e' Dates and Places for Randolph County
ffi hSS i Typhid Dis"ensaricrs , ,
sisters as follows: Messrs Jesse, Cyrus, Seagrove 9 to 10 A. M. Wednesday,
Samuel md Gurney Davis, all of the July 16, 23, 30, August 6.
MaXro TomS Sty; Mesdames Delia Coleridge 11 to 1 P. M. Wednesday,
SybiH and Martha Farlow, of the same July 16, 23 30 August 6
r;iVv. m,o M, Ann Fallow. Ramseur 3 to 5 P. M. Wednesday.
IlBiguuuiuuvu, .. ... (- -- , , 1ft o on A ii en t. fi
uaKOta: ami . !;',.. '-n. n V. V, -r m
at tne Oiu r ranKiinvuic v io n .u. u.u.s-
Two-Cept Postage Again
The old postage rates for first classs
mail went in effect again July 1.
Letters and postal cards are again
home pi-where the deceased passed day, July
. day, July 17, 24, 31 August 7.
Randleman 3 to 6 P. M. Thursday.
July 17, 24, 31 August 7.
Worthvilre 9 to 11 A M. Friday,
July 18, 25, August 1 and 8.
Level Cross 1 to 2 P. M. Friday,
being mailed for two and one cent re- July 18, 25. August ; 1 and 8
spectively. instead of for three and two County Home 3 to B P. M. Fiula,.
' cePnts as during wartime . .SSa I S?fc,rf.y. July
Three-cent stamps purchased during 19f , August 2 and 9. 4
the period of increased rates will .h'hmt n A. jr to 5 P. M. Pat-
not bo redeemed and musli De usca or ay Julv 19 2 August 2 and 9.
lost, but original purchasers of stamp- pjer8 to n a. M. Monday, Juic
ed envelopes or postcards may have the 21 28 Allgnst 4 arjd ii.
Trinity 2 to 4 P. M. Monoay, juiy
21, 28, August 4 and 11.
Farmer 9 to II A. M. nestiay, rv.y
same redeemed ut any time within this
Return vour three-cent envelopes
and two-cent postal eards to your post
master during the month of July and
exchange them for other caras, envel
opes.postage Btamps, postal cards, or
stamped envelopes of such denomi
nation as you wish. .
BICKETT URGES ORGAN1ZA-
TION OF CAPITAL AND LABOR
99.. 5ft. Auffuat 5 and 12.
4 P. M. July 22, 29, August 6 and 12.
Be sure to come on the appointed
hour according to new time.
- THE STATE AND COUNTY
BOARDS OF HEALTH
TBlmBM Daniel who has been
Carolina to establiah in every indus- patieTH ior some
. trial enterprise an organisation com- T.ir
posed of aU.the men who have an in- on JRouto 1, this weeK.
. tot be represented in the adjustment the M. P. churcn in itanaicman
5 XT SSThSk VdTfSy "forv?L; W. Gerrenger wiU assist Rr
"S. fSSZ S'Fkilnville who
r tribunal enjoying the confidence of all underwent an 'Opmta it tli Wilker
the men interested in that particular ion Hospital some 10 day a go will
UlCKett in caning upun vna uauusc-i .
- merft of the Tallahassee Power CW fortune to get part of We finger, cut
Badln, N. C, and on the labor lead-,oira we cnair thP
. v inrw... ' Thn . District Conference or the
rnd for the management to withdraw .Greensboro District of M. . E. 8. hurch
It. potted ruling that no employee will meet in St Paul. churchRa nde
hall be tolerated who Join, the union man, July 23, Biahop DarliHKton U
.' 01 eiectncai woraer wierc. .. - i f"-"-"" :
The letter, by the Govemer were) Mm. M. C. Yow, of Bennett wi.
, 'rnade public reeentlr following pre- cpper&led on laateck in the Hot-
mature publicauon or condition, at piuii no. . .
Badin nd were addre.si to Suptl -Yocr eorrespondit ha. 20
' J. E. 8. Thorpe, cf the Badin plant, year, in touch with the work done in
.-J r t (Vt.U MnHuntln thA la. various IKMDit&l. Of the .UtO and
. bor tmion'interert. there. . - never yet have I .ecn paUcnU recover
The Governor tell, these Badin Po-' P' l .
that mirh M. adjustment .ne - " -V," .".vi r ZM i
lor inendsnip, j Ir ' " . Vf uVt i
ir inv TiRcci 10 v v hi nwru'hw
mttnrftM will "make
. , M .
lor nappineS, lor ecunumi iw Id 7- TW Wlllrarxin'a at
f . cy, for the betterment of every' ?Ph cotn0 tc, Dr..Wilkerton . at
1 'man being, while the present ;-;"c"t . . t A,
of IcKk-o-ats end walk-out. make' j"ffn.V2ydJlin.IX w
:r.,r hostility, for tmh.rpineM, for Sunday n leht oif: nuri
wsU, for war and for ultimate ruin, Juried at Mt tto B
flr.t It society nd then of the in- ryice conduct! by Rer J. A. Led
ilivl.!.jal., .r. brtte, ... . .
Liberty. Julv 7:
' A doublo weddingof more than
usual interest to- a wide circle of
friends was solomized at the "home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. J Gregson at
Liberty, July 2nd, Wednesday night
at 8:30 o'clock, when Miss Swanna F,
Ward, sister o Mrs. Gregson, became
the bride of Colon E. Brady, of Kam-i
seur, and Miss Jiara a. crower, ner
niece, became the bride of Dewey
Kirkman, of Lexington.
The home was decorated with ferns
and palms and bowls of white flowers
showered with sweet peas and roses.
The ceremonv was performed in the
parlor where an improvised ' altar 01
palms, ferns and. white flowers were
used. The white and green color
scheme being carried out m the parlor
while pink and white was used in the
Rev. W. F. Ashburn, astor of the
brides, was tho officiating minister.
Mrs. John Guy Reitzel presided at the;
piano and played Lohengrin's wedding
march as the bridal party- entered.
First came the little ring bearers Mas
ter Dwight Gregson. and James Luth
er wearing white suits and carrying
fhn rirura in white" caDe - lessammes.
Then came the hride3 ori'the arms ot
thegtOomsy who met tnem at me yai
after thev had very grace
fully descended tho stairs. During
the csremony Hearts and Flower? was
lssnhn's wedding march was usea.
kssohn's wedding march was used.
The brides were charmingly gowned
in midnigM blue.
At the close of tho ceremony re
freshments wore served in the (lin
ing room consisting oi pink and white
icp cream and cake. The table was
beautifully decorated, pink and white
cropc paper being cirapen irom uuj
c''rnlpiier and the table was lighted
with pink and white candles.
Onlv immediate friends and rela
tives of the bridal party vrerc present
to witness tho ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Brady will reside at
Ramseur and Mr. and Mrs. Kirkman at
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Finnisoh, of Mebane
are welcome visitors at M. H. and R.
B. Finison's this week.
Mr. J. W. Steele and family of
Greensboro, former residents of
Ramseur were in town Sunday.
Mr. J. Clarence Watkins, cf Greens
boro, spent Wednesday night at his
foi.V.' W. II. WaV.dr.s, Sr.
Mr. Vv. E. Free left Monday for
Roxborc, N. C, where ho and others
aro opening a new broom factory.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Leonard went to
High Point one day last week.
Mr. R. B. Finison has added a splen
did sleeping porch to his residence.
The Randleman fpjks gave a very
entertaining play here last Saturday
Rev. A. T. Banks called tho boy. of
the town together last Thursday night
and organized a Boy Scout camp here.
Ramseur was well represented at
tho Battleground celebration July
A number of our Sunday school
folk, attended tho annual township
convention at Staley Sunday after
noon. We overlooked two of our boy. last
week In mentioning the return of the
soldiers, Messrr Alfred Brown and
Carl Fesmire. - It i. interesting and
instructive to talk to the boy. stbout
what they .aw and experienced "over
Rov. W. B. RJvenbark preached two
strong .ermonn Sunday at the Buptlat
church hero. He ha. just doted
vsry aucccMful revival at Franklin
trill. ' - -
Mr!" jrek War, of Burlington, spent
Sunday with hi. brother, J. . Hocutt
Way. 1 -' ' . -
Mr. W. E. Lock left Monday .for
Durham on butfneM. - v
We are imre the Ramseur Communi
ty Fair will prove a rrent ruccn. thi.
year for our friend Mr. J. O. Forres
ter ha. bwn elected pre)dmt or
manager of It and when he attempt.
tr thing It I. bemd to go through.
He U expocially fitted for thi. lob b
nwM Yn U ir.tnely Intcrwrted In all
kinds of Improvement on the .gricul
rural Une. IWng one of our bt
farmer, himself he I the man to help
brinj our alrcody p'lod farming !
tior to crpn better things. , ;
repenu iuuu, auu w. T ' PriHnt' ne.raonal hodviraard of four
avpT ot tho teacners iuna last year ior - v T v.
thTurnose of buildins a new school . Pcked men, one of whom rode on each
A netition from Archdale district,
asking for a new school building was
deferred to a later ,date.
i-250 was appropriated out of the
general fund for building an addition
al Jchool room at Level Cross.
.-qjt 'joint meeting of the board of
county commissioners and the board
of education was neia ior tne purpose
of electing a county welfare officer.
The following applications were before
thav board for consideration. Ira Hin
shaw, Will White, N. F. Farlow, J. F.
Rnnfch. Henry Beeson and Chas. Red
ding, after due consideration 01 vne&
applications, Ira Hinshaw Vv'as elected
fdtf a. term of six months. His term of
offide to begin August 1, at a
salary of $100 per month.
Bint Hill, Charlotte, Redberry,
Uwharrie, High Rock, Three Forks,
and Pleasant Hill districts ask the re
moval of their local tax. This will be
considered at a later date. It was pr
derld that 25 hundred feet of ceiling
andi75 feet of facing be .riven the ne
grWflistrict of Liberty to finish their
The committeemen lor tne various
diEytctao the county will be appomt
t t .' i si ft .
Pnvate Gurney A. Richardson, son
of Mr. A. D. Richardson, of Randle--man,
and grandson of Mr. Alfred Rich
ardson, of Seagrove Route 2. He was
a member or the 119th Infantry.
ROAD TRUSTEES MEET
The Board of Road Trustees for
Randolph county met in the court
house, last Tuesday.
Messrs. R. L. Tant N. T. Dawson,
Enoch Vuncannon, and others were ap
pointed a committeo to improvo the
road leading from Roscoc Branson s
via Hopewell church, Rock Hill church
and Mechanic to the Asheboro-Farmer
road near E. N. Howard's. They will
appropiate a sum equal to 50 of the
cost of constructing tho road, provided
it ;a hnilt according to standard
specifications, 24 feet wide, and top
soiled, or graveled. Tho petitioners are
to file bond in the sum of $2 200 and
havo chargo of constructing the road
under direction of the county board.
Messrs. R. L. Tant, N. T. Dawson,
and Enoch Vuncanon were marie com
mittee for the county, Ross Vuncan
non, John Rush, and G. M. Varner for
Messrs. H. R. Lineberry, P. P. Jones,
and Alfred York were appointed a
committe for the county, and .T. M.
Williams, Roddy Swaim, and J. G.
Swaim for petitioners to construct a
road from the Alamance county line
via Liberty to Gray's Chapel.
Mr. H. O. Barker was apnoined a
member of the Randlemnn highway
commission to succeed R. S. Caudle,
running board throughout the trip,
In the car with President Wilson
were Mrs. Wilson, Governor Smith, and
Mayor Hylan. The President remain
ed standing, raising his hat constantly
in response to the wave of cheering
which rolled along the route of march.
At one point on 23rd street, opposite
a large factory building, the windows
of which were filled with girl work
ers, the President seized an American
flag and waved it vigorously in ac
knowledgment of the girls' cheering
Notables in Processions,
A couple of hundred automobiles,
carrying cabinet members, a congress
ional delegation and representatives
of the state and civic governments,
besides diplomatic representatives of
the allied nations, completed the procession.
The President m his first speech de
livered on American soil since the
peace treaty was signed, declared that
the neace. concluded at Paris was a
"just peace, which, if it can be pre
served, will safeguard the world irom
The only reference the President
made to his political opponents was
when, in referring to the negotiations
at Paris, he said: ...
"I am afraid some people, some per
sons, do not understand that vision.
They do not see it. They have looked
too much upon tho ground. They have
thought too much of tho interests that
were near them, and they have nov
listened to the voices of their neigh
bors. I have never had a moment's
doubt as to where the heart and pur
pose oi' this people lay."
PICNIC AT SHERIFF FINCH'S
The seventh annual picnic of the
Thomasville Chair Company was en
joyed by employes of this company,
their families and friends, July 4, at
ExShcnfr Finch's farm, "Wheatmore,"
in Trinity township. Many cars con
veyed the large crowds to the farm,
where they were entertained by games
cum uanu music, a sumptuous picnic
dinner was served and ice cream and
lemonade were free to all.
John Fox, Jr., author of "Tne Little
Shepherd of Kingdom Come,"- "The
trail of the Lonesome Pine," and other
novels dealing with the southern
mountaineer, died at his home, Big
btone Gap, Virginia, last Tuesday
after a short illness from pneumonia.
Mr. Fox was a native of Kentucky and
was 56 years of age.
AT MT. GILEAD
Mrs. E. T. Haywood died at her home
in Mt. Gilead bast week after a long
Tho funeral wa conducted by Rev.
N.X. Yearly, of the M. E. church,
followed by interment in the local
cemetery. Mrs, Haywood was 56 years
of age . She is survived by her hus
band and five children.
Bulletin to be Printed in High Point
Tho High Point Daily Republican
irill make Its first appearance July 22.
Mr. F. W. Prather is to be editor.
The High Point Enterprise of Tues
day has thi to say about tho new
The paper Will be IssnM from the
plant that Is at present the property
of the F.rris. Publishing Company.
The deal between Mr. Farris and the
newspaper concern has practically
been closed, it was explained, hence
the announcement . Additional ma
chinery will be Installed, George W.
Hollowsv, now editor and manager
of the Bulletin, Asheboro, rumoring
the linotype and pres. now- in use
there to thi. city to . partly equip
the riant of th dally. In the future
the Bulletin will be printed here, al
though it. new. and advertising mat
ter will be picked up la Asheboro
and Randolph county, .
Pronont plan. "of Mr. Prather and
Mr. Hollowsy 'fall for . the Issuance
of a daily from four to eight pages.
Save and h.v Duy W. S. 8,
New Minister for Congregational
, Bailey's, Grove . ; Congregational
church has secured tho services of
ICev. W. S. T. Walshe for pastor.
Rev. Mr. Walshe is not only an able
minister of his denomination, hut is
also a teacher and lecturer of note.
He is a native" of tho "Emerald Isle,"
having come to America from Dublin,
whero he had been a literary teacher
for 18 years. He has been in this
country for fifteen years, preaching
and lecturing in New York and New
England until three years ago,- when
he came South. During America's
participation in the World War, Mr.
Walsho was engaged in teaching con
versational French and doing other
work for the soldier boys in various
Southern camps, among these being
Forth Oglethorpe, Ga., and Camp Jo
seph E. Johnston, Florida.
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the late C. E. Stewart, who lived m Waishe waa connected with the Irish
this place for a number of years, was Protestan1: church.
There aro sen-ices at Bailey's Grove
twice every Sunday: at eleven a. m.
and 8:30 p. m., old time. There is
Sunday school every Sunday after
noon at three o'clock, and prayer meet
ing every Wednesday evening.
Mr. Walsho is conducting a summer,
school at his church for tho benefit
of men. women, boys and girls of all
Rev. M. Smith preached an able ser
mon in his pulpit at the M. E. church
Mrs. J. R. Weatherspoon and child
ren, of Durham, are spending a few
rinva in town with frcinds. Mrs.
Weatherspoon is the oldest daughter of
sion from 8 to 9:30 five days in the
week. Spelling, reading,, arithmetic,
English, Latin, French and other sub
jects will bo taught. . Tuition is free,
but Mr. Walshe is depending upon the
public-spirited peoplo.-'Of the com
munity to help support the.wbrk by,
Mt Olivet Items
for the Frankiinville Man
ufacturing Company and had a wide
circle of friends in the county and we
are prlad to have his daughter visit us.
Ouite a heavy ram ieu nere uunutv
night, which did consideraDio damage
to growing crops and roads.
Little Joe Ansley met witn tne mis
fortune recently to fall from a porch
and break one or ms arnis 1 , morningr 8eSsion from
Mrs E. A. Jtoulh and chi. Paul u anvcnin(r
anu iia weiiw w uamuiu
Mr. S. L. Welch and son Clarence.of
Greensboro, were in the city Sunday.
A V. Jones and family and Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Craven went to Randleman
Sunday. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. York and
daughter Margaret, of High Point
spent Saturday and Sunday in town
A number cf the members of the
Epworth League took a hay ride to
Pleasant Ridge Saturday evening
where they had a nice outing ana
Several of our people spent the 4th
St the Battle grounds near Greensboro.
Mr. Tom Black, while cranking hi.
Ford Sunday morning, received a
severe kick, breaking one bone in hi.
We are glad to state that Mr. C. H.
Julian, who has been ill for some time,
Rev. J. E. Pritchsrd of Burlington
Conducting Revival Services
Rev. J. E. Pritchard pastor of the
Methodist Protestant In Burlington
ha. for the past ten day been con
ducting a series of meeting, at the M.
P. church In Asheboro. Mr. Pritchsrd
Is one of the finest preacher, in his
rmifvrncn. H la a TiroD-rpnnivn well
cessful psstorx'tfiflff hr hrd hd hdlhsr
educated your.; man and has been a
iraccesBful pastor. He I. the son of the
late Frank Pritchard who lived 8 mile.
North East of Ashebrro Rev. Prkh
ard'. sermons have . been . deeply
spiritual and full of practical lessons.
On last Sunday morning he preached
on Community Responsibility. . .
Mrs. Blanche Carr, Well" known
welfare worker, ha. ben elected coun
ty impcrintondent of publle wslfarw, for
' .... 1 I . , . . m r in .
uuiuum, awar vi per
v Rev. B. F. Kearns filled Rev.--UK'
Stover's appointment at Mt Olivet
Sunday beforo last ' ";
Dr. Mann and daughter Miss Beulah,
and grand-daughter, Mis. Dorothy
Williamson, of Saxapahaw, spent a
few days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Tysor.
Miss Treva Richardson is attending
the summer school at tho State College
for Women, Greensboro.
A number from around here atten
ded the funeral of Mr. James Fox at
Ant loch a few day. ago.
Rev. Mr. White and family spent
Sunday night ot Mr. C. M. Tysor's.' ,v
Mr. G. W. Teague, who had the mis
fortune to get his shoulder dislocated
a few days ago, is doing nicely. ' 1
Curtis Elkanah, the little .on of Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Graves, of Sesgrova'
Route; died May 14, aged a little mora
than two yean. .
Mr. Or Anna Crowell, wilfe of A.
tT. Crowell, died at her home near
Farmer, June 16, aged 53 year..'
Obituaries of both the.above will be
published next week. , -
- Field Marshal yon Hindenburg, for
met chief of the German staff, has
written Marshal Foch, asking for hi.
support of efforts to prcvnt the ex
tradition of the former Ormsn em
peror, nindsnbnnr offered to fla-
himself at the diupoiM of th al!ie.
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