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WESTGARD OPENS CAMPAIGN
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A COMPLETE LINE OF
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A. A. A. Road nap Expert Beg-in
Work with Trip to Wilmington
A. L. Westgard of the
A.A. A., swung squarely
and fairly into action
during the week on his
work of compiling ma
terial for the good roads
map covering a seventy
five mile radius of the
section which he conies to prepare.
T The important work was a trip to Wil
mington and back, a distance of one
berton to Wilmington with only about
twenty miles of sandy road and no hills,
about half of which will be eliminated
by next spring.
41 One can go everywhere on high gear
and average easily seventeen or eighteen
miles an hour. The essential thing is to
educate the communities along the line
of this road to use the King drag in
maintenance. It is just a case of build
ing a good road and then letting tilings
slide in the belief that it will take care of
itself, but the possibilities are limitless.
"My next trip will be a circuit fiom
Pinehurst, taking in Raleigh, Durham,
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Henry C. Fownes
hundred and fifty-four miles each way,
thirty-four miles longer than the pre
vious estimate. Along this route Mr.
Westgard passed through Aberdeen,
Raeford, Red Springs, Pembroke, Lum
berton, Boardman, Chadbourne, White
"From Pinehurst toLumberton," says
Mr. Westgard, "is a splendid continuous
stretch of sand-clay road, and this will
be good news to local autoi&ts, for much
of it is only recently completed. There
is a lot of good graded road from Lum-
Charton L. Becker
Chapel Hill, Gteensboro, High Point and
Ashboro, which will bring me back
home again ' early next week."
JPuttlng: at Tbe IIollj Inn
Mrs. W. R. Mauersmith and Mr. John
Tyssowski were the winners of the first
prizes in the third putting contest of the
season at The Holly Inn on Tuesday
evening, with f cores of thiity-flve and
forty, while Mrs. R. W. Thrift and Mr.
W. A. Smith, Jr., finished second in
twenty and thirty-five.