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'VOLUME XXV— NUMBER 89
RECORDER'S .
COURT HELD
LAST TUESDAY
Docket Crowded With
Aaaaolt and liquor
Cases .
Recorder's court convened here last
Twnhj with Jadfi CMB ef
Mmarlf, pn«Ml»| awl Sdicfw
E. & M. pmrntlgg. The docket
n* miM with utaah i nee. witk
ttjuer in several cases. The
with l«kt puauhmpnt, mehritf mj
■d fan and htvia« to pay the
csaCi of the court
* The fdlMriac cases were called for
trial:
State n Bonnie Wynn, assault. Tfc?
tw has been coo tin Bed several times
end was again continued at the aes
rien last Tuesday 1
Sire n Val Ted. assault. De
fendant pleader guilty of assault on
a female He was sentenced to jail
trAune awithi Prayer for jadpaent
was suspended upon the payment of
4 easts un*a the first Tuesday in Jane
IMS under bond in the sum of $l5O.
State wN. S. Reddick. assault. De
fendant found not guilty by the
Sle e Prank Miller, transporting
hqner Miter pleads nolo contend FT
and v-i» discharged upon payment of
malt In this ease liquor was fanad
in car of defendant, but he could not
he directly connected with patting it
thin.
Htah TS Jasper A yen, asaaalt De
fendant A yen pleads guilty of ferce
on pay men* of coot. This course was
fclteaard because of the mental weak
ness of the defendant Ayen.
The action of tk defendant in this
esse was snch that a more seven
penalty rhaald hare been given aa he
hnd forced a boy to dring liquor and
then took his pocket book and maney.
Slate riCC Jone*, -filing liquor
Jones plends not gn'lty.
1 State vs Walter Gridfin and Roxie.
Bonner, adultery. Found -not gnllty by
court
State vs Jesse WUhin, firing
ml that defendant pay the court
coots and SMUM damage to Gnerge S
9u*e vs Harry Hymen, asaaalt with
("endly weapon. This case waaxontane-
MRS. LOUISA
TAYLOR DEAD
Mrs. I ami ■ Taylor died this auk
i*. the haaae of her son, Zsndra Tay
ler. near Bear Grass. She was the
widow ef tk> late Harvey Taylor.
The burial took plac? Tuesday at
the family cemetery. She was amr
rmti il with any charch but was a
kelieici m the Primitive Baptist
church dxtrinCL
She is survived by two sans. Z*o
era and Wfll Taylor of Florida.
WILL MEET AT
BAPTIST Ofl RCH TONIGHT
The Federation wfll meet at tre
ihai li this -rveuing at seven
thsrty. This wfll he a onion nuetine
af the three federations and a good
Hon Dungs Travel
jam illl say aeaad travels at the
rate of M yards par second.
ffraadal, ljKlfi yards.
Flattery. 10 yards.
Trwth, f 1-1 yards.—Tarboro Sou
M. E. CHURCH
Sunday sd.oei, 9:46 a. m.
Morning i f vice 1140 O'clock.
Evening s-rvaee, 7JO p SB.
E. D. DO DO. Pastor.
vKOTKT TO TEACHERS
TW edfice ef the Superintendent of
Mic Instruction of Martin Ccua'.y
wfll he claaed next west an acf«.uat
ef the Christmas Holidays Sup*. R
A. Npe wfll be ant af town for the
holidays, and afi the acl-oala are dos
ing. many af them far two week?.
Same of the rural ark i ale wfll only
mm Eataße Crawford who is tench
lag in Bflhavea wfll arrive taaaerrew
te md the holidays with her aaather.
Ms. J- C Cruwferd.
Mr. Mhe H. Fhm. cotton buyer far
nad Stalls, located fc Wi ill lug
: (■wafUhrMKflbwML
Mr. Bryant Cantarphen of Trinity
THE ENTERPRISE
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COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE
TAG DAY
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By Authority of the Maj or of \\ illiani- j I
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ston, Saturday, December 20 Is Taj? Day.
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BUY A TAG AND HELP THE CAUSE
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Wednesday Proves
Busy Day
For Cupid!
liit Wednesday pmr«d a busy fay
far cupad when Bev. A. J. Maaninr
united twu couples m marriage At!
7 30 in the mumg at the home of j
Mr. W R Cherry. Miss Eleanor Dal
les Hun* became the bride of Mr.
J&mea Asa LeggeU. Mr. Leggett «?
a Martia cauaty una and Mn is
from South Carolwa.
At >JI en the same day at the
coa« l ban at Mr. Manaiag nmrrisd Mr.
WShorn Bohrrt Johnson and Miss
Ehna Leggett. Mr Johnsan as a broth
e* ef Mr. Dan Johawou ef Poplar
Paint. Mrs. Jahnaan is the da«h!er
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Leggett. this
c. unty.
Leave Parking
Space For
The Visitors
In natiring many ef the papers ef
this State we have seen whare the
local peipie have boeuikrdihrdlalirh
ptaplt af variens towns harve been
 had to leave their can at ha me
er park *ham aa the niilrntial «*-
that iki|fim from eat of town may
have parking |i ' This applies to
the hnateem aaan wha drive their
can dawa and pnrk them whfle they
■re in their eflfaas.
people hecanae mare oat of town peo
ple are doing the* Christmas shop
piag to Wflhamstaa this jr-ar than
ever before and the whale af the basi
MM secisn is needed by the visitors
•ha aae ahappteg here. It wfll net he
aaneh trouble far the local p-opli who
e>aaßy bring their cars tUwa tow.,
with them aa the maaar to leave
them at home far the next few days
THE CHITBCH OF THE ADVENT
Rev. Iterance O. Parda. Rector
Fourth Sunday in Adieat:
>:« a m Sunday achaal. Harry M.
Mfla Adveat Bible dans, Clayton
)M Haly Trinity Hissaon.
Leave far Kentucky
Mr. and Mm. W. T Pfce wha have
teen here daring the tiharm season
wfll leave Miadey for leaingtaa. Ky.
er. Bath Mr. and Mav Pie wM be
MEMORIAL BAPTIST
CHCRCH NOTES
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Sunday wheel. »45
Evenmg service. TRI
the i 'i was far s
fther thmga am deute new aiijian
192 and IH for the peat twu week*
tbangk not tamfhte psL We knee
only -MUTaaeThle the teak
to the aanana wfll he IMM fee day.
TO """ ILV ADRLET! hater.
m lha
Willianiston, Martin County, North Carolina, Friday. December 19, 1924.
i Preacher Wrote His
Sermon While
Running Still j
Richmond. \a . D:-c. 17 - Prjhibi-1
' I K>n enforce meet cflh TI swxpnl
| •!oarr on a fifty gallon still in WM
I county and arrested tare Baptist nun
' liters. Floyd Cantrdl and Medford
Lane, on charges of oprrating it jar
cording to a report filed at prohibition
enforcement headquarter* here to
£my.
One of the men is ukl to have been
engaged in writing a aerami wV-n the
ofictr- arrived.
Roth gave bond pending a hearing
-B court.
Loral Merchants Show
Attractive Holiday
Novelties
For the pust several day - the local
' business .nen hare been in rendiae-s
for the holiday trade and seme of
them have elaborately decorated for
the Chriatnms trade and are displav
mg the novelties and things that are
.•arable and us-d far maay Christma*
gifts whfle ether; have Jest forth their
aaiel stack and are am king v'.reng
ap: -wis to the kar '« public to key
theee things rhch make M* or 1., for
pleasure bet for senile and thr
things 'kit rivkd K
Uth young anu o!d for tkt roir
tort of the home
Ejpectalty is his true af Harri«.
"re hers izA cempoDy, aheic large
sl op rtarlam have been artastknfly
dc(an:«d in n display af ae ill. I
rifts cad goods thet nttanet the at
• a lea ef al pnaaon kg, whfle the
rioae ; bounds in a ahowing ef msile
cd b . V dothmg. ahees for the
I tire f- ifly and a dtrplay of reedy to
I weauf f dr"lnAm wiih a lie play of
cress : *ods notions and serricrablr
KifU. Harrison Brother* one can
afford .a spend a little more for
0 rustmis than they bed iatrsdrd h-
CSKse *sie things  hat are found th-r»
1 irK-i t -he very esrence of an«i
miice. hflity.
Passably the largest showmr of
i Christmas eevdtias wfll b? acva at
Margolis Brutheis ard Brooks ak-re
the display this yeer einrdt eny
pinions attempt on the fait af thi«
eel kaeae firm. Their front uhilaa.
aae attrnetivety decorated witk db
plays ef theee neveßks and anhebV
gifts that aae all "fee lily man bar
chse."
Clark Ceniic't exc-*ds itself ths
ycar over any paniena year in Chrirt
mas gaods and an their reealraa wfll
be found lovely things that yon fi»
in the toilet articles and ipeei I gift*
1 hey do no* have room to display felly
their big stork but serrire is their
watcharord and if MM visits th*ir
-•■ ore, he wfll see far himself a beau
tiful display of goads.
Culpepper Hardware rimpoay K
ihouint guns for the eaen and noth
ing is mare highly priaed ky nay ana
•baa hi* gun We dare any that thi>
Chnstmns finds one of the aaest com
plcte lines af hardware ever befoe«
seen in Vt~fllh.mstcu, acd i* this line
there are ataay suitable gifts far all
A talk with Mr. Brown iafwm as
1 that new goods aae arriving dafly
At Coartney*s wfll b- found thr
1 gift adeul for the another or wife
Nethinr ao delights their Wari as
a paetiy piece of furniture or furaui
1 hgs and eather can be found at Court
aeyV An EdLan or Vietrela is es
-1 vcatial in every home and the te»
' styles can be found at thai steee.
Whfle ahappiag, a visit to C. D-
Cantnaphen's wfll he ami north the
whfle. He bus anything aad every
thag te lb rfarr
caAn ef te liiliii as nefl
Him Vetaaa Hamn arrived Inst
afhathfaya.
TOBACCO MARKET
CLOSES THE 1924
SEASON TODAY
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TV Wdliamston Tobacco market
civets this afternoon after the a»»>l
MKtr>«fil year in its history. The
I success of the local market has oeen
tmily beneficial to the basinets uft
of the ton. With three warehouses
1 1 take care of the farmers crop anJ
* ficient tobacco men to ran the ware
ktt«N the local market has mean:
! much to the prosperity of our tour.
Messrs. Morion and Watts of I* '
Koanoke. MeaUor and Taylor o r the;
i> IHik and Rice and Spain of the
Farmer* worked for the success of
Ite market and to take care of the
I farmers The monthly averages taken |
| from the Federal IVpartment of Agrv ,
j culture «dl speak for themselves ami
I - bom how well they have done it. ;
["There have been around two ami
I 'htw «|uarier millions poamls o tobar
jo sold on the local flotrs -lurinjr the
| 1924 Ma.or. ami prices have avenured.
I taking »n:o account the December
I average which will be down consider
aUy on rntuaat of the prr.it amount j
if 'ncrap* sold, around 2* or 27 cents." I
said a warehousemen yesterday af- :
Messrv. W. T Meadows. II T *
Warren. B C. Homes. W F. Thomas.
J. W Might, i. G. Stat on. O H. {
Head. It A Towiuend. jr. ami a feu
ether independents have been buyers
ca the market this year and all the
Large companies of America have been j
represented. The buyers have beer
rv-mlar with our people ami have |
««;" nbuted in a great measure to the
■umi of the MIW.
TOMORRO TAG DAY
FOR COMMUNIY
CHRISTMAS TREK;
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Tomorrow is T;» Day far ' he Com- j
munity Christmas Tree Uk! is ibo, j
Wdliamstaa's first Tag l ay. The J
pn«Ms of the day will b used for •
peyiag far the little Christr as stack- j
ltd that win be «hrea th* children
af the imm unity and far tayiat
•lecaratiaas far the tree.
There wiH be no set price far a tag
bat each tne that gives anything la
~M- fuol c.ill he given a tag whirl:
U is rraontMl ta wear so that
•tfcers mi) catch the spirit and lay
th.-m. Ita
Youn ladies will be on the streets
tomorrow and if they are not kept
•ca busy, they wfll visit some of the
haaar of the town Md will visit the
•-then one day af next w-ek.
Mrs. J. F. Thigpen is chairman of
•he irwmirtTT that sells taga and she
wil he - >sacted by a goodly number
of jruuag ladier of tho tour*.
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TUBACtO
TO WT QI AITKILV
UI VI.KILS WILL BH UVKIIOKBV
It 111 t RIM'S MOKE FKOMTL*
SAYS IMRI&TORS
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Tobtts farmers who ar» member' j
>f hr Toiar J rowers Co operative
AiMßatiM »al rejvr payments
fmrnr Lata a >var ?fter th; final set
liratrt la Klein North Garaliaa oa
the crops o* 1922 : d IKS and the
final iMkucal on ! r I*Z2 crop of
height tab em froaa tjt aid belt d
North Cam'iaa cad Viigiaia has been
■aie vn !'r~ • th - decision af
the ciindsrs af ike tobacco coop-ra
t-ve at their asatUf maetmg ia
llal'igh
The tnuws «f the asririatisa
ua durfed ta make these settle
we tit v r- uk.'rs of the a* octa'iao
fion. Ls- cm latd sa and the aid
M* a.- raftid'y ■-> the calcalations now
ta p'—n*' c+D U; supplemented
The deci de of th* tnbaccn associ
a-* out direr on »■» mht quarterly
l«.y w ais to its enerr.hirt aaean. thai
et-h wil h? paid for thoae
(tadn of tchaccv. which have been
sold B4>t rapidly »isd that final set
■ teasel.t at the gr-de» which ars in
mast demand nod not be drliyrd un
II the sale of the entire pool as hith
erto —.
M. .« C-rrie Itelle White and Sal
he H ■ T"» end Mrs. Roy Gargana?
arfo: i to Washington Wednesday.
Mr. ?ad Mrs J. Lrwreaca Feel Mr*.
•" tf Gurgaaas and Mr. Bill Peel
l wibrd Mr. and Mrs. Staton PeH m
Bdhavm 'his aatk
Miaarr Came Lee Feel. Minnie
fiibnna aad I aainr Cn.wfont who
ire' alttidhr the E. C. college ar
irved home yesterday far the holiday*
Mr. A- K Haxstun of Balrvh waa
ia taaa last aight.
Mimes Ceruima Nichots aad Mary
~_I>JI tf Thfca lliadad the aham
Ure Tuesday aagtt
Jfr. Km ay Bidtc af Sfccacadaah. Va
m nutag friaaia ia the city. ,
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MK. ANII MILS. J4IK I'KMH.K
i CELEBRATE
GOLDEN
WEDDING
nwi i i'ii of much intcrf>l tuul
| pla T in Hamilton mrhl,
II Vx ember It, alini Mr. and >li*.
I'raJrt n-Mntni their jpJ 1 -n
anniversary.
Ike living; and dining room-. «* rt
itrlv k(ontnl in \el 100 inl
wkite The ornler pti c - for table sat
K nuniatarr hrvlr and hrwleirr
i in the fashion of fifty yeurs
ago.
The pwib were nwt at the toor
by Mi». J. B. Pmvij aful shoiw
t'airs wher; they were reliev.-d «»f
thr .r cn|K They were then register
«d by Urv. P. H. Ifcnr-nport and fkown
into the living nta where tliey
were received by Mr*. B. F Mjrw
i»l Baric known to the receiving lin
shiek consisted of tk- bride and bride
l.rvM. the children and jrrarwlehfldrew.
Af er this they were shown into the
hall by Mn T. B. Illaifc. Jr. where
r«uh was .served by Mi*.-e» Ann'e
An'hen) Lihl 11 eh n |liri>part. TV)
were then «.-lwl into the dini>>e -
MM where they were rece.ved >J
Kn. P. L Glads:one and a .Wiriou
inn of ice cream, cakr. aunt.- uw*
ptcaas mi nerved by Miss' Msry
laUo. Sarah BdiMediiwi and Kvelvn
aii ICaOie Prndt-r lawmirt.
Thrre wan one hanimt and twen
ty many wsmxo of eoo
fnrab'iow as well as useful gifts
were received
Hardison - Riddick
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Sj -ir Jay aftennon a the home of
Rev. A. J. Manning ct six l-«ck
Mr. Ilenry S Hardisoa and Mi-.- An
Eie l.sllian Riddick were united in
natriage by Mr. M~niiir.it Tu- br>de
ud rrooa are rrtufet Is of Harden^
« HRISTIAN t HI R(H
Sjida; Mknl at 9:45 a. n
There wdl he aa chuich services as
the pas* or will meet kit regular *p ■
(ointment at Mapi' Grow.
A. J. Manning, Pastor |
RPHIinH LEAGIE WILL
■ATE A SIHIAL
■OCR MONDAY NIGHT
The Igvsdh Le-gwe will hold a
t oris I hour at thr home of Mk Mary
Ojrde Legzett aeirt Monda) nigtl
after the regwlar monthly aa
All thr members are urged to :tl*«d.
Me*sr>. R & Hirraw, W d on and
Lake lamb aad Elbert S. Peel motor
ed U Raleigh yesterday.
Mr. aad Mrv Robert Heydeareirh
of Rakerm«?vjle who mill spend Ike
week end tew with Mr. aad Ml*. J.
W. Watts wB leave Monday far
Staaataa. Vi , whtti they wfll .-peed
the Christ ma a hslitrys with his moth
l, Mil R- P. Heydeareirh
Mix Myrt Wynne will arrtre hiir
tonight from % Mary's School to
- penH tke kabday* with bw parents
Mr jaad Mrs. 4. L Wynne
Mayor Rid af Bethel atteaied
the kvket bal games her; lest Bight.
Miss Sadie Pftty who is illaiai
A. C. C. Wlm wB arrive home ta
dfkL Mr. Am Pfrry drove ta WR-
Mim Mary Ijnttt who is taka« a
secretarial asane at Cwtaikin vfl
arrive kome toaigh*
.
CETHEL LOSES TO
J AMESYILLK;
WASHINGTON WINS
Ix 4 night at Ih- IHiir aarthoiM
. uoat 3S»» spectators saw two eicct
' tl k k.-l bdl RUk-s The first be
i itri. Jaar iillr ar-i IVtiirl
. ihoi.l- a »' l) tiui |>jmr Ito.h
t i.m> thr r« -jilt of r>H»i
iaiaiOK. bu' lh* boy» from Jinx
v.lle eiorlled in passing, shuotint
• nbbting; rial in all round team work,
'the bfst tram won by the >n»r«* of 32
o 3». The in'.ii* Jiinrsvill«- team
;>rrr>t but we |»nr-iirt th. t ltr>w» «l
iintrr will Jnebp into a k'.ir t.f
lite first majrutud.- He was the mam
. ta) of tbe Jamesvillr (Mm- must
■ \rHlent pa.ssinr rn» Th- work jf
I ay lor>l for Jlfirflfe"wt- .-Imi n»> t
i lfllrn .
Tbe >etd»l KaOf betmvm William
s «s»i ami Washington loan l-?nis »«>
very V won by
Se wore i-f H to It but ricllnl only
l" 1 the abtl'ly to sKm»'. pvi.-l and The
 II round work of Klb»rt Johnson, an
k t. teraii of the ram;. The pmi»in"
«f tbe * dltamston team *»- vry cjul
i ltd the boys k- f. tie play in . nem>
mitor) nfc—t of the ram - but they
tarknl tbe ability to sbwit rorLt aixl
. fter al* >«-u hav to huot fn:J t«
win rame The defensive work of The
il"i \V illiaiw-toa team wj. very
"*•4. TVi looknl like |»'inin' »:n
r r in every rrpirt but shooting
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OAK CITY NEWS
Mr. lames V» oi train retur ioi
Hon a vi>st to Itobersunville li>t
neck.
Mr W. R Wya-ie «lm i> employ
' i*l at by th* S A. I. at Alberta. Va.
las brer, ulf-nt.f from a n-lapse of
the -flu" W» .-re Ha.l :o hear he
i oa tbe jab aeam He report:. t*i%t
ner> maa «L ibe joli ha.- had tbe
n«-
118 Nirjanr Knriand and Ktsiel
Jordan and Mr T T Let * were in I
- l.«-rk • Mount doing (In -t
Jr«> -boppu*
| The Parea:-Teachers assorts t .on
bad a octal ..'cht. Tb-»re
were frw.re pr >«eat than there ha.-
been at any of »he fona-r meetings
W* arc sorry to hear that Mrs.
F. M Harrrl ba> beea ill for several
ity\.
Mr aad Mrs Jr»e Crisp sp»-n»
T ue~tar m Ttibm
t HKISTM %S PIOGIUM
There will be a fWtmis prorrua
»y the 11' tie folks uf the M K. Son
day xrkiil. f«l«ai I by pnnikliwi
cf |ifU ta all tbe rhddren of that
Saaday ckeel Taenia y airht, b.-ceee
ber. 23. The pablir is incited
Mr. ami Mrv Henry lakrrxm a#
(,ri>B> were in shopping y»
terdey
Mr ami Mn. 1W Partrick rf
Fly moth paated tlwgt bete Ihia
week ea rate to fimvrak.
Mr. Mitim a# tbe Nairn ml
Caak Rqnstn Cn, Becky Meant was |
a visitor here TWanday
Man Herbert ML Jr. »mi Wd
ham Hade** Jr. hm aiiiied fnei
Wake Pbtwt to apend the CUtou
holidays with tbeir punnta
Mr. and Mrm. lefc.ee i. Min AmHr
lit Hi Genld «f Akmki were tirf
tan ta the dty jtlu lay.
ADVERTISERS WILL VCCI> OUR
QOLI'MNS A LATCHKEY TO MM
TOMES OF SIAKIIK COUNT*
ESTABLISHED 189*
A. BENNETT UU£Y
DIES FROM ATTACK
OF PNEUMONIA
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Well Beloved By All
Those Who Knew
Him
Al-iaain Bennett Lilley of Gnfliu
tuwnship died Wfdnwi-r afteiMM
shortly after **w o'clock, after smf
fcrioK for tea day* villi ac. attack
ef pneumonia. Piob. the fir-rt lay if
l.u> illness he had been en—ity sick
an«l the eixl had been expected for
.several .toys. Family, fnento ami ar
(inaintanßs dhl for ha pftnlhaf
that was possible to do. Thace who
have known hun best ay of him. thai
>.o man rodd live a pater, simpler tal
lolier life than he du uann* the
»h«k of his stay on tht* eirth. la ht
1 omr. jmonu friends arsd neighbor*
he was always kind. (rentle and
th.>uKhtful and it i» with the trfiwrt
I rtef that they (in him up
He wvs the yowncest son of Henry
and labri'la Ldley ami was in his
thirty fourth year la an lip life ha
was married ,»o Miv» Hs* ln®n.
ihaxhirr of Sir J. M Gnftn and to
this UIIKHI there were horn two chil
-ren.% who with their mother -arrive
I im. They are Jo p* ud Rati.
Th«- U-ce*s*»i is also *w-vtve*i by
three ;isters and fovr bro h-rs. Nrv
Stubh- ljlle> and Mi - HU liUry M
iitar W itliamston. Mrs. Wanrrs Bar
ter of Jamesviil? and Sia.
H tII w an.l K K Ldley f 1 .ndr- and
lir Simon Lilley of Vdliuutun
Ter: years ajco ho uutN with the
Primitive Baptist charrh at Smi'h
w«ck'.s Creek anl has hr—n nerj
;nce most loyal to ki> cfcarrh
Th- funerU services wtr- h. Ui at
I:s late resilience' by llim B. S.
C« wmjt awl W B HamoKtw i»l
llcv A. I. Maian( Interment was
u- !h ceme'ery of the I dW-y fimiy
i.ear the old homr phn.
Friends frn» far ami n.-ar
«d th- laxt rite> over one of Martin's
Iwd iwn
WHJJAMSTON
SCHOOL NEWS
Kiamina* mhw> were completed this
morning and nothing rest- on the
mind- of the popd» that eiii worry
irem rtrrpt the «pOfr of kve m-*re
•U.ys hefjre' Christmas
Thi afternoon was devoted to
• -rstarphen's will t»' well worti the
in ll«e program, the children aent
to their rooms to rajov their l>r-
inas trees.
The fidlowinr was the pr'-er m:
Sonif' Silent Night
Scripture rn«lis*.
I'leid. — * •■■■-
"Christ as a Boy." by Mr Pard
"Santa"* Helper. - , by IrU rrade.
"lidly, jolly Sam a tlaa\" iw rrade
S«>nt. Second rrade.
Recitation. Charles Halt on.
Story .Herbert M hit ley.
Poem. "Santa CWn-.~ by Mattie
Gwrw—
-A Christ ma- Wish" by IVte Fow
•-a. Herbert Cook. Joha Cherry. Bdlie
liven laa. James Boml
Son?. "Th* Little lord of Christ
mas Day." by SetUe M«ador. Grace
Bamfcdl, I ucile Garranw. John Gnr-
PhBIL-
Sonr. Rebecca Hamson. Mary D.
hardison, Sarah Cook. Sarah Gnr
r ann-. Mary E Rod#.tij«B
Story. Mary Grady Carkm
Section ll—Faarth Grade
"Why the Chimes be"
"I pon the Hmw Top"
The -on* of Bethlehem. ,
Soar. "It Came t'poa the Mifciflf
STRAND THEATRE
- PROGRAM —
-TONIGHT—
Ben Tarpan
TEN INILUUU OB TEN OATS"
awl that (rent Maili ipfee of Ced
B DeMiUea'a—
- -IKItTM*-
TOMORROW
m
. s "SINGER JIM McGEK"
• *mi Fpii.de Na X
"INTO THE SET
—MONDAY— ,
—THURSDAY. XMAS NIGHT—
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