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lalubere. North Carli.'Thuraday, Jane 30, 1922
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FOR BIG FOBBTBL OF
: " JUimiEBRATION
Be sur that -you' are here. There
will "be something doing every min
ute, from ten o'clock in the morning
until ten at night.
The parade will start at ten o'clock
sharp. viae Atoemarie crass p-no. wm
head the parade, then wilt come the
speaker of the
day, Hon. N. L.. Eur kor 6 t
of Greensboro, and Mayor J. p. RossappareV
of-Asheboro; Next will, come the
LOCa. EWS ITEMS
Mn J. W." Fletcher, -superintendent
of the High Point, Randleman and
Asneooro railroad, was a ousiness vis
itor in' the dtv yesterday. He has
Field Marshal Wilson
' Assassinated in London
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
i TO BE HELD HERE JULY
Thai Hjiyil service commission '
. England lost one of her most illus-
tmns finMiortf whftn lioIH Mq rtVi a 1 Sir
J? Henry H. Wilsoh was assassinated on
tS2J?--l2SnS2i T7r,te Van wmQunced a competitive examination doorsteps of his residence in Eaton I
recently returned from Toronto, Can- tn- av.hn nnstnffiee tit he held t,i... i j m.. j... i
itttaS. I KkSSS about J
vf LE, ft heHa t Mr R R Ros8- on JulT waiting an hour for his return froml
fn ri,i8erved eiht years as postmaster in unveiling a memorial to men of the
Drrteti of all necessities in Canada Qv,k m u0- kaa w nmf l n xr. . .
rwi ettel which, in? in his efforts and has gtven gen-the war. when he alighted from his
Lnte,! ii esj" eral satisfaction M an - official . and Ktor car,- Feild Marshal Wilson
J5" lJl.J Hfi? leZi!1i y of; his friends f bettLrtleji Lrftad up the steps, and the men fired
Descents froere, rwemnjifrfj,-. , to ri
; i aitm n.j 1. -
Lcflttonture epehsiveTn'price Md that
Junior Order float, representing " the j linen is the only product which is less
cardinal - principles: virtu,; )lttfeitfi expensive than things in the United
and patriotism. - inimediately behind .States.
the float will be the consolidated Junior-
Orders of the county, on foot, in
all their- regalia. The floats of . the
business houses will eoihe next, fol
lowed by tyrs back, riders both.nen
and women, and decorated" caw.' aThe
fomfidiana and. 1"ps fiU nil 1
alofig the IWay and keepToiT l&ugH-
inguntU out oft'htl' ' ' V("U C,' ,(j
The parade will , lorm.' in oum
Asheboro on. Fayetteville street and
go. north- on- this street to i Depot
street .then west on Depot street to
Church street, then north on Church
street to Salisbury street, then east
on Salisbury street to the old -court
house site, then along old mam, street
and Worth street to the courthouse.
At eleven a. m. Hon.-N. L. Eure, of
Greensboro, a speaker of note, and
Past State' Councilor of the Junior
Order- United American Mechanics,'
will deliver an; address at the court
house. Don't niiss this address. . The
band will furnish musici ,,-
At 2 p. m.-various athletic stunts
will take place on Depot street, under
the . direction of Dr. Crutchfield, for
which prizes will be given to tha wiri
ners. Many amusing and funny stunts
will take place at this time; ' -;!
At 4 p. f. Asheboro and liberty
will play a baseball Rame at the ball
nark. These two- teams are tld riv
als; and -4 hotly contested game is ex-
At 8 p. m; an weld-tfme 'fiddler's
convention wifl iw heW at the court
house, and every nmsidxin-: far the
sure that you hear these people, play.
Prizes for contestants in parade will
be is'fondwB''" vf-'-' '.
Rest decorated float: - First prize,
" $5.00; second priie, 2Ji0 or squiva-
"es? "decorated 'autombhiie: irst
prize, $5.00; second prize, $2.50. or
equivalent. " . ... '
Best clown in parade: First4 prize,
$3.60; second prizej $2,00 or equiva
' lent. r- i
Car having five of the heaviest wo
men: Prize. $3.50. ". h
Car having five of tthe prettiest
girls: Prize $3.60. f- v ,
Worst looking car and ugliest driv
er: Prize. $30.
-The athletic contest will begin at
1:45 p. m. on Main street,-and prizes
will be given as foUws:
100-yard dash, $2.50.
250-yard dash. $Z50.
Running broad jump, tZAO.
' Tluree-errac,$L250.'.. ..
Sack race, $2J0. t A ....
Wheelbarrow race, $20.
Obstacle race, $20.
There will be placed on too of
greasy pole a nice cash prise and the
. person who succeeds in reaching the
totrwill win the money. ,
The greasy pig contest will take
place between 2:00 p. m. and 8:00 p.
' Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Spinks, of Ral
eigh, were week-end visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. L. V. Spinks, of Randleman
A number of Asheboro people ; at-
Lexiigton Merchant Found Shot.
A most mysterious., affair occurred
imUD (B8. POatrlnAVAml ohnfs "at. him from -lnca ranire At Ilinrtnn Thursulav. J. - Baxter
master. There hasistteyeril.beeH 'Ulthree of which took effect, one in the Hayworth, a Lexington merchant, was
An examination will be held
here July 8 to fill the vacancy of
rural carrier, the civil service com
mission has announced.
Application blanks and other
necessary information may be ob
tained from secretary of the U.
S. Civil Service Board at Ashe
boro, or from the Civil Service
Commission, Washington, D. C.
time when Mr. Ross has net' ;benj chest, one in the lesr and the third in found in his store in a critical condi
courteous, polite, and. pabenf i)0,iho,wrisU; The field marshal died be- tion last Thursday afternoon about
was handlinsr the duties' f the office. If ore he could be taken into the house. 6:30. with a bullet wound in his head.
f- The Republicans have beenUooking Hj8 horrified wife heard the shooting Hayworth refused to talk about the
I B I . j A 1 '. . ' . iL h 1 - I . . . .. ., . . . . rm 1 . 1 T ( 1 . 1 1 1 1J
lurwara iu inis posiuon as vnpy nave and rusned out to nnd her husband s anair dui saia u ne goi wen, ne wouiu
in every town and hamlet in the State. 'body, dressed in full uniform lying in tell who shot him. There was a ru
The county Republican organization is 'a pool of blood, with the sword which mor of suicide but it gained little
asking for the temporary appointment he had drawn to meet this assailants weight after the report came that the
of Mr. U. C. Richardson, but the 'ma- hv hi s!Ha. i safe in the store and other things
tended the Sunday school convention 'jority of the Republicans in Asheboro I The crime was immediately and in- showed -signs of having been tamper-
OI iNew- nopt! towiibfup hl vu& urutc i wTuv..vuia -wtio.,7i wviir, eriiaui; iiiin.ru 111 uie puuiic nunu wiui t..... w .ujwiw "
ohurch last Sunday.- An 'interesting who is, als a candidate fr 4hjft P07the political assassination of Lord hospital in a critical condition. The
program, was renpereo ana ' a; spienaia oiw" ,; Hmu i uwj.i5 rreaencK uavenuisn, cmei secretary uuuei. uuv u o
dinner was served on the grounds, temporary appointment, but is yilling1 for Ireland, and Thomas H. Burke, the tors say it would prove fatal. He is
Mr. T.-L. Miller, as chairman, and to stand the competitive examination under-secretary, in Phoenix Park, said to have practically no chance to
iMri N.' M. Thornbqrg are progress- which has been called by theteivil ier- Dublin, in 1882. The first impression recover.
ive Sunday school workers and they ; vice commission for July 18, ;he ex-. was in a measure confirmed when'
have a corps of loyal supporters in amination is open to any persojp above' Scotland Yard made public the name GOV. MORRISON WILL SPEAK
their township, the age of 25 in Asheboro or neither' 0f the murderers and declared thati AT ELLERBE J ULY FOURTH
Vf r art A Vm Will Pntts of Arkftn-i" v"c " p'"v, voiuiuny imu a letter iu uussesuiun
. Mr' r, "ij Si urns that Mivbodv wK ! invested infatink. mlr f the' Governor Cameron Morrison
5fr?.!.r?zL 'r.f". m in standinir this examination, to fUe IriRh rennhlirjui rmv. speak at Ellerbe Springs July fourth.
' MiM Rettv Bulir hl returned to immediately. Mr. Ross i not&kuig After a hard struggle with the po- Extensive airangements are being
t-jmvSr.:BellA .'i.1108 for reaDDointment. but has been! rock- li the assasins were finallv nertaken made and a large crowd is expected.
ner nomq near Asneooro alter a viwi ;,-,- .Uwt-W k.C TZZZZa -.Z'' FlWhe Knrl. has within the nast
awav S 1 Brfl. Z srnt some he Republicans would as eay as nearby police station and later to few years been wonderfully improved,
time at Moore's Springs
- Again, we' must say that we,, must
wl" .TZrZZZ Zum informs, us. that . he has t been RAMSEUR SCENE OF BEAU-
r"w irw SL: r ,otifW by a friend that ne-.w,
WEEK'S SOCIAL EVENTS
Delightful Party on Lawn.
One of the most pleasant Darties of
the summer was enjoyed Friday after
noon when Mrs. D. S. Coltrane enter
tained the members cf the Friday Aft
ernoon Club and 'arce number of
invited guests at the home 01 Mrs.
Claude Hayworth on Sunset avenue.
Chairs were arranged sm th; lawn
under the shade trees i id iced punch
was served as the quests entered.
The meeting was c-njd to order bv
the president, Miss Bera Scurboro.
The subject for the study for the aft
ernoon was Joel Chandler HarriA.
Miss Lena Mae Johnson read a most
interesting sketch of his life, and
Mrs. H. W. Walker read two "Uncle
Remus" stories. After the program
was over the guest unjj.od bits of
needlework and conversation. Later
in the afternoon the hostesses served
whipped jello with chopped fruit,
wafers and tea, followed by mints.
About seventy-five people enjoyed the
pleasant hospitality of Mrs. Coltrane
and Mrs. Hayworth.
possible ask for the position.whfch he Scotland Yards where thev will await In addition to improvements at the
has served so faithfully and so wjall. trial. hotel which is under the management
Later As we go to press IttCiKicti- 01 mrs. u. uapei, mere is ampie
provisions ior swimming, Doating una
that is what interests our readers,
but we must have it by Tuesday.-:
Mrs. R. C Lewallen. has returned
pointed last Saturday temporarily, his
.1.. i - . 1 T..l - - i- t i 1 1
uuues to oegin ouiy iirst, put,-no aas
from ten days' visit to Ellerbe and,"au w notation.
- Mrs. J. B Ward spent the week-end
in Greensboro. .
'. Mr. John Hinshaw spent the week
end with homefolks.
Mr. Carson King made a business
trip to Greensboro yesterday, .
; Mr, and Mrs. Ourney Millikan at
Sunday. . .
Mr oti1 fo T i fVila nf Car.
thage, were in Asheboro Sunday, hav
ing come to see Mr. Edgar Brown,
who is a patient at Memorial hospital;
Mr. Cole, is a candidate for sheriff in
Moere county 'arid Ihe'prifftary' which
comes off. Saturday will determine,
whether he or his opponent Mr. G L.
tTye Is the nominee.
Mr. Liss Ridge, ot Sumter, S. C.Is
visiting his father, Mr. C- C Ridge,
TIFUL WEDDING YESTERDAY other forms of amusements.
A marriage of unusual interest oc- Work Completed On
curred at'Ramseur yesterday morning: Tlam at 1ia Pitv PrtnH
ftf aIavoti n'lrwlr whan IWiaa Marrhn
RAMSEUR NEWS I V HI"6' dau?hter of he late W. P.
The town of Asheboro is fortifying
Mrs. Ferguson Entertains.
Honoring Mrs. Henry Ingram, a re
cent bride, and Mrs. George H. Fer
guson, of Hamilton, Canada, Mrs. W.
B. Ferguson entertained most delight
fully at her home on South Fayette
ville street Thursday afternoon from
willj 3:30 till 6:00 o'clock. Tables were
arranged for cards in two rooms and
the guests found their places by
means of unique paper rose bud mark
ers. When tho cards were collected
by the hostess it was found that Mrs.
Roy Hodgin and Mrs. I..C. Moser held
the top scores for bridge and were
given a beautiful crystal sandwich
Platter, and hand-painted table num
bers. The rook prize- went to Miss
Brown. It was a pottery candy jar.
The bride's prize was a silver nlatter.
i At the conclusion of the games Misses
Folly Brown, Annie Wiles and Alberta
Ingram served chicken salad, cucum
ber and nut relish, sandwiches and
it.' ' . t, .' ". decorated with ferns and Uueen Annie raising tne dam at tne city pona two worgw rersuson, j. a. nm
dolph Couhty Fair Secretary Spent jjiss Elizabeth Smith presided feet. This almost doubles the oapacity I Coltrane, I. C. Moser, J. T.
Sunday with his brother. Mr. ' G. E. .f , o,. t: f the nnnrf and the work nn the Ham i W. J. Scarboro. Ollie Presm
.. . .. -.st iwnite. was mam
. Ramseur enjoyed a gOOd Play-glVen "orV,; f .nkw Tk. Y,rct 0oinct anv water ahnrtaire iced tea. followed hv nuts.
Saturday night Dy the JeAXt-iflfrWas nerformed in the Methodint F.ni- this summer as some towns in the I These present to enjoy this delight-
school here at -the new academy. ,e0Dai church which was beautifully state suffered from last summer by.-ful party were Mesdames Ingram.
.. .. . .... . . . e . r t. .
nrrran PMM(;n. fkA txt the nont Ann T.ne wnrir nn rnp nam tv. i . ocaruuru. wine r-resneii. n. w.
XOrkhare,Jie.bl!OUKbtl tl seem int.iafnet.(.rv In everv wttV'"The
orchestra that rendered sohie delight-mance after which Miss Bess Tesh, of work has been in charge of Deputy
fuTmuinc tor a -number whdthHigh Point, sweetly sang "At Dawn- Gaddis and Mr. R. Dickens. While
ered Saturday night to hear hinu 5. fag" During the ceremony Traumeri the town suffered no actual want in
Messrs. K. I. Keams and..Ci A.'.wn nnftlw nlinJ pnu.i-, tk. the water line last summer, it was
Brady made a trip to CharlottW.4)rjde were the ushers. Messrs. James seen that the water supply might run Brown, Alberta Ingram, and Cather-
tww- wM,nBPw-J!ware, 01 siier. City; 'J. C. Craw- snort in an aonormai ury peu, "1
tor Company. 'fnni nf .riniuti- v 1. n,- t the mavor arranged lasf summer that 1 "
Mr. J. C. Luther and family, of fSraham. nH m p ' si h n this work should be done before an-
1 Liberty, spent Sunday with Mr. and'8eur. The bride entered on the arm other summer.
Mrs.. Willie-Luther. , 'of her brother. McAlister White, who '
Rev. W. F. Womble, presiding elder' (rave her in marriage. Mrs McAlister BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT
Walker, Annie Robins, 'E. G. Morris,
Arthur Burkhead, Roy Hodgin, Misses
Ethel Levett, Mabel Parrish, Locille
Scarboro, Lillian Brown, Lillie Parrish.
Bera Scarboro, Annie Wiles, Polly
Pleasant Picnic at Garland Lake.
A pleasant outing was enjoyed' at
Garland Lake Monday afternoon by
twenty or more young folks of the
town at a picnic given by Mrs. H. W.
Walker honoring Miss Jess Cox and
Mr. H. W. Walker whose birthdays
fell within the week. The party mo
tored to the lake about 6 o'clock and
enjoyed the swimming and boating
working in one field trvin glo exter
minate these pests,, Mr. Ridge 'brought
I -bottle ofvbeU Weevils tts- a sample",
Misses GeMa Hayworth 'and Etta
Reid Wood have returned from Golds
boro where they attended the state
convention of the Epworth League,
iiOvetv.attenae: the; fuoeraj oxv nn
Hall in Greensboro.
LAKESIDE SWIMMING POOL
m.' A brize tuvi.n9na n xr &jn ci iu runui ba v kva.
to the person catching the nig.
vwiiing ms iatner mr. y. V'f"??' of the Greensboro district, preached at, White, of Raleio-h. was riame f hnn- HONORING BRIDE-ELECT
a wecnanicrus iatner ana orotner, the Mi.E. church here Sunday night' or and Miss Marguerite White sister'
vSTaZ h?hel(l qUarterly Cnfer-'f the bride Kra ofr.S The Probably one of the most brilliant
Viison KWge were in A&neDoro yes- encc , , bridesmaids Were Miss Patsv White social events of the season occurred
1"" Kidge says that the Ml, M G jree aml family spenlQf Grahan4i - Gildyf LoVard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
boll weevir ie 'playing havoc with the; gnnday afternoon with friends at Ce- Miss T.iltv White 5 ms t"i; ' Johnson in Ramseur Tuesday evening
?v ui t V,V"""" "V" dar Falls. iWest, of Ramseur Little Miss Edna when Mrs- Johnson and Miss Gladys .that the lake attorded while some en-
that islthough the farmers have fought Qn last Wednesday night at eight Highfill, of Ramseur acted as iW Leonard were joint hostesses in honor tertained themselves with games and
manfuUjrey. have .been, B",fli,dck--at 'the M. E. parsonage' Miss bearer' and Misses Nancy Lou ind of the White-White bridal party. The I needlework on the screened veranda of
overcome the vermin. He jtays that gue sier wag married to Mr. Marguerite Graves f R,mb.. beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. John- the pavilion. Mr. H.Grady Miller
earuerintne season he saw 30 persons 1 p. Bradv. Rev. W. M. Smith of-'net.il rirt Th kU,i0i ',. son was tastefully decorated with dai-'. added to the pleasure of the party
ficiating. After the ceremony they by Lohengrin's march and retreated sies and Queen Annie lace, and every with his music, as did Mrs. W. B.
left for Washington, D. C, Where they to the strain of Mendelssohn's. 'The detail of the yellow and white .color Ferguson. The picnic supper which
nent afew dav. i-TheV will, make ' eeremnnv f wot r.,4 1 r . n scheme was ascentuated. Mr. and 1 was spread Oh the long table was a
people - to
Other Prizes will be given for; -
Car coming the longest ; distance,
. ; Car bringing h most
' celebration in on ldad,
- Best. oeco rated' oua
,v Asheboro. prize 120.'
; boK priM 12.60. v -
Oi ta Aaheboro . July 4th : for the
t largest celebration In th history: of
:,- the county. &YJ"X"V-J '
s - With Asheboro ,M..EL Cbnrek.;. ;
-V K W;Ti Womble, prealding eider
'.'':. ... "of the Greensboro district, will preach
T i evening wa enjoyed by verbodyo.
; : i
-2 . BlUCn WO .IOW encwurmnuo .
-a .'.M other iernce o the--em-ort next
" . V ' 8unday-evening at 8 o'clock. Come
V and worship with M in God's big out
: " . ' ' of doors. , Yon dont have to dress up.
' . ; V ' Come M you are."' Just come and take
' - - -.-,"- your eat on the lawn In front of the
.'. .,V' church.' Yott.will not need a fan,'.;-'..
'4?Mra.'Sarah Ana Brewer, titmidl
V Mr. Sarah Ann Brower, wife of
Hu ! II. Brower, died ot their home
la Liberty,- Juno 22, ird 73 . years.
Surviving are one nUter, Mra. J. F.
1 1 ' o't. twa brnlieis. Mr, L X
VV, l.laell and Jn!m'' .Wrl-.''e'l. off
Hie funeral servie were eomlncjed
"-frcin MoUnrhton Jithrrrl rhurrh.
Ju e 21, hy b-r piwtor, Hev. Larrin-
nl I). I. (. im, ihtermenl xoi-
t'f Hilt D. I.
lv. ei in tne c
hu- h r -.r'y.
r t t.i'
r (l :
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their borne W Main street. Mrs.-Bra-'M. Smith,astor of the bride, in the Mrs- Johnson and. Miss Leonard greet- j sumptaous affair, and was enjoyed by
oy is tne accompiisneu uaugnter 01 1 presence of a large number of friends " lne guests ana uirecteu mem 10 rne
Mr.nd Mrs. J. T. Siler and holds a 'and relativesr? punch bowl, which was roost artistic-
Iwarm. place m th hearts f -her. many Mrs, White Is a most charming, at- MV inted and presided over by
friends here, nvingv spent some time tract! e and highly educated young Misse Hazel ispoonj Madge Metritt
teachrn'in thRmHnV irrfl hrhnnl 'fjnmn --l5K. k. ejjj .v? an Gri'lle Mrre ' ''
- - o n . u..w ano mailt iiiciiun KIIIUIIK 7 .
Lakeside swimming pool which is
three miles northwest of Asheboro on
the highway from Asheboro to Lib
erty, was formally opened last Satur-
UcyCXhere Was' a largeerowd' pres
ent for (tne opening and Uverefwtre
than 100 in the bathiug ' pool
Suiday-UMti B.JL. Spinks, ifJClay
ton, ia the promoter of the swimming
pool' and has made some substantial
improvement already, and expects to
continue improving the place fom time
to .time Mr '80111! irother, J.D.
Splalu,''of Randleman, .will; manage
the property. -. Bath bouses pave been
erected and bathing suits are availa
blay The water in the pool is from
8 inches to 5 feet- 6 inches- deep and
thA nttnm la ' urulv rn.nA r Smooth.
The Hajn jhae been-terrirrily,
6ut Kn Hpmxe expeeta w duuo a con
ereU.dam in the , winter. '
.' A pTn spring of water ia - on the
property, to some of the older - citi
zens f the community, it ia known
aa Cedar Springs. It la a beautiful
ipotsnd a fine place for picnic
ground. V -. T-'.' "
Mr 8rlfiVn--al-o-. has) another nd
nearby -whfch- heVpU- to Improve
and stock with fish, r. '-; v. . ;
She -fills a nmmient nlnre in the her tAnuilnl.n... ..J .k. u. .. An interestinir contest "Cuniii's Rv-
work of the church, nchnol anil anrial ultv m.lHno- -i.j u.I mance of all Ages." was most eniov- Sykes Tuesday afternoon in cdebra-
llfa nf 'the tnwn Mr. RraHv Ja the nrnaneettve M. uli.. i. . able. Miss Elizabeth Smith winning tion of her ninth birthday was a mOst
ffdt'hagerVf OWCresht lr- kightone'd,4eU, edcad'tdnrig'nVan' tne handwme eut glass nnrf'Pleaaant feature. ol-the week for the
niiure on-ana is a man oi sterling ne is tne superintendent of the Sylvan "yKr ,a" wmtn bub Krwuusiy pro-1 -..B-. b-"--
character and ably fills a responsible high school and is a citizen of Gra- 8ntd 40 th bride-elect, Miss Martha guests were entertained on the lawn
position with the firm of which he is ham. Th Courier .rten-1. White. Mr. Jennings Bosin won the, and various games such as "fishing
a Bartner. We wish for these friends laden, nnd rood wishes. C genUeittin's prize, a Durham Duplex , an "Up hand" proved popular forme
a. long life of htppinesa and useful- A: ' r-rr-B - '
nese. I .? r-.I LA.hJ-r. rX.h...-Vr.-
1 aaa.apj ai va, T - fM'W'f IMlfWIMI IE
KILLED BT 8TEAM ' '-
SHOVEL IN CKEEN8BORO
! i f I
tlood, of f?parta,. Ge.,Swho
l.'.il for th tast-eve k been mpio
with the Murray 'Cwuitruction Co.;
w caught by a turning steam sborel
Monday about 10:00 o'clock arf in
Jmd so severely that he died :..'"t
e.n In ih aftTTinon. The rapM
l .: r Y .jf !.. v.lm,1tnncklng hi"
p ,m i' c; t nr. wl re he wo;
,: -, f h ;ii i un! I the m-
r . r, l l.s i ranB''-
Ji., .m wnlni -'"Hii-
hour, hut thrir eftort
anl Hex) died In great
f ho wkk st tbnir
r-i- n wirl If -
1 a a ..Vi,t, l.ilt 1 '
all present. At the conclusion of the
supper, the two honorees cut their
birthday cake for the guests.
birthday party of Miss Pearl
razor, t, . v
i uranfc icy yfiiow ana wnii minis
reoue shower UM WednesdaT afJernionl it ZT JZ tv- Misses WWhitehead and Connle
. . - V. . W . u T
were served; by LMrs. Page, Leonard,
v b i re
A Hoaie-Like CbujcfcV
at her PesuttTut -tiomvSurtny Cresf'hu.fnr nM.u . .v...
In honor of Miss Martha WhiW.whoie.th7 tonTlXiZ,".
wedding takes place June 28,: aa an-'tion of thi i UrdVsupper -N" CHESS AND "KEKS
nounxed reoenOy. This was a eontin- The session will meet "ten minutes I MEET lw MAXTON JULY 4
nous entertainment oovering the time before; the service to a-iva the . . . 1
of ;tha eiuW-ftftttnt .July 4 will be a gala day in Max-
time host of guests ware rVeiv'witn.churtk i & orUTof 00 th! North Carolina
and"ro3e to feel af home, lresh- UPUaV wUl U idninlmdtef ore ? Checker Association will
moots were in abundance and the mort'the orser Anv th2 ho V1,lr. P,ar nnual in
tasteful decorations were found . on&reimt thenvu fS Cto fd P'f ' eM "d
are members of the church. ' VJZZL' STZ? rI "
8 P. m. evening church service. The n L U1m7 Z iln
hue.. r.iinMKiai i. k. ur, " naU wui be preeent, aa well
Charlotte Observer will be of intere-t IrnaL" ' as ehecker playere, and decide who is
to friend and relatives of Miss Ednal . ; Aamplon. . ',
at a w r... I Marion u the noma town er n. C
nLlrlJlLZ',, ' MacNair. the present ehecker cham-
home June 60, after an Ulnea. of siv- CKV .1!
oral mentha. ', Lv, t u w ft . Lt all P'rra
- The funeral and, burial ? were at '. Mfifc,r ?
Level Croee M. P. church on Thuro- "TILU".,111
day, June i. Mr. Cray, leaver- hie P. u'STZSl
wife, two daughter-. Mrsv-V. V. filler
l aal Oray, aU of route 1, Handlemani f 11.- v .w
three ktera. Mr. D. vL RonUi, and. Mr. MacNair, and brmg hometha
Mrs. 6. M. Stanton, mU TRandle-P'- M UH
man, and Mrs. Margaret- Hodgin. of brin tC!. T!:
Kansas aty, Ma. twe hrn heri; John F l "fte about t 4 ten o'clock
Gray, of Randleman, and L hert Cra-! )hJ 5 -
r.f 1 t (.rdct. tr. Gray waK U kT.,not ,,T..fr
a CI Istlan gentleman of Mghet todaUorl bv all do M , a tW.
)-pe. Not only I famfly, but the l7.t TUre in an nt it
' N nlnnthla.
LleV.tnlnrf flrurk and instantly bnU- It Is th -utef all cheae and check
ed t- tnul.s belonrn to Jim Foe. PywT to booat the ; wining iour
f r'-nnton. UU week. There wre x'T Yr poeslUe. Urge all
' MUi H01 Goee to Seattle
The following jum from Bunday'tubjat:- "FellowahlD
Hill, who I a Randolph county worn-1 .. rw.ik
'WfcdnaTItl feft rtveraljaays oflEandlegvai
ago for Seattle, Washington,- where
she will-be associated with the pub-
lie health service. - Mise Hill waa as
sociated with the public school f this
city last year. She has been one of
Charlottes . moat popular, nureee.
After serving rrea with the Rren
lrr ututkKe'' imX one. year la
Cbarleaton, 8. C. . . . , . ' c
v ; ' '
PoftW RsadoIpK Bar VWuJ
mr. raju. ixx, ot iampa, t !-, ton
of Mr. awt Mra. A. C Coxi" been
"pending meti) ialting v i'1! !
and relatives -h. Polht, A nl ro
and Why N' t, an ' a fx! por in of
his stay was with, i !. j atsti f-i At'
boro star route, lie Wt Ut.t Friiiay
evening for hla home iTmra. Mr.
C'o 1 in the finest Of health end
ar he Intendg to maVe 11nrila his
I '.'i e. ! aj )ma purchaaed 1ml an
' H Vo "1 f'al n Ornr frnve
fw, ( -r mule and a horse in th r'-fi , ' er,vf p .
. ... , J. M. WILR0K, EerrrUry.
of amusements. After the games had
been in progress' for an hour or more,
ice cream, lemonade and other refresh
ments were served. The young hosV
., receivd -nny attractive gifts
from her little friends.
WALLACE, THE MAGICIAN,
HERE SATURDAY NIGHT
Wallace, the world-famed magician,
will be at the courthouse in Asheboro .
Saturday night at 8:15 under the aua
pices of the Randolph County Fair As
sociation. It is earnestly hoped that
there will be a large- crowd in order,
that. the feirnaeociatIon may barn
frontabl results. I ' , -
x Amohg,-the different feaU of lit'
Wallace are the production of a live
rabbit from a borrowed hat With
sleeves rolled up, Wallace eatehea pig
eons from nowhere. Where de they
com from? Ah, it Is of no avail to
train your eyes, for Wallace la clev
erer than you, and It ia enough after
all that the pigeon seem to material
la oat of .thin air. It Is a beautiful
act poetic In conception and enchant
ing in Im performance. . - ' -tm
, In the finale, Wallace will present
fet of the most spectacular Uim'one
ej earth, called, the "Super-Vat lh
kterdtaary.'! . 1b this effect alt of
I've live ducks, pigeons, rabbits and a
beautiful lamp burning on a table iU
venlih like a flaah at on shot. The
Ubles and everything corn apart for
examination, an t not a trace of the
liva-ajhjrg can m found. .It ia a wtn
drrful art I'd .-ondr that Wallace
made such a tremendous eenaaiioa
broid whil In the United eu'es
Naval arve foreei no wonder th.-it
he has played before King Edward at
Sandrlngham, before Abdiil lUnii,
when he was sultan af TurWy, : !
before the Car of all . the I: u.
A d ml Mnn 6i reserved aatt
eral t, .....