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Rules in Common for
All Contests at Group
Centers and County-
1. Any group-center contest is a
preliminary in which cpntestants in a
group are to be eliminated, thus en
titling the best to entry in the county
wide contests at Williamston. Thus
winners from the initial contests at
group centers should enter the county
wide contests. All schools, shall par
ticipate in the spelling cor lest A, in
the primary story-telling; contest L>,
and in arithmetic contest C. Each |
school should enter five contests if it |
hopes to win the highest honors. A ,
school of Groups 1 or II (defined j
above) should enter spelling contest
A, primary story-telling contest U,
arithmetic contest C, pageant contest
D, and choral contest E. A school of
Group 111 should enter spelling con- j
test A, primary story-telling .contest
li, arithmetic contest C, grammar- j
grade recitation contest F, ami singjni:
contest G. Schools not placed in a
group center' will be entitled to send
representatives directly to, the county-!
All contests at group centers ami at
county-wide commencement begin at:
2. Contestants—in all contests*each
student must be a bona fide student
011 the school which he represents,'
✓'"must have been in school 60 per cent,
' o? the entire school year, consisting
of fall and spring terms (whether G
or 8 months terms), and must have
made passing grade* in four subjects
of his school work. The names of
students desiring to enter county-wide
contests sjiould l>e forwarded with the '
particular contest they wish to enter
to some member of such contest com
mittee before the 20th of April, 1927.
Athletic ( ontesls at Group-Center
Commencements M ' . ,1
1. The principals of the group-cen
ter schools should arrange an athletic
program to suit the schools in their j
Judges will decide which school
gives the best performance, For sug
gested games see Clark's "Physical!
Training in the Elementary Schools."
2. A play period for both boys and!
*- girls should be arranged by the prin
cipals of the group-center school for,
their rally. Some teacher who has the j
interest and ability should be appoint
ed as game leader. Each school will
be expected to give some singing
game, such as "The Farmer in the
l>ell," "Loody-Loo," "Clap Partner."
Dramatization Contest H
1. This contest will be held at the
group-center commencement only,
2. The participants in the contest
must be chosen from the first, sec
ond, third, and fourth grades.
3. Any group of children taking part
in this-contest must be chosen en
tirely from one room.
4 Stories dramatized must be se
lected from Curry-Clippinger's read
ing texts or book on the adopted list
of the State..
5. No dramatization should exceed
eight minutes in length.
6. Elaborate costumes will ns>.t be
permitted. Only' such costumes as
might be ifsed in a class-room drama-.
tiza ion will be considered suitable.
No participant in the dramatization
p-iiould be allowed to wear a costume
which San not be improvised on one j
clay's notice. Stage settings should be j
simple. Only material actually' avail
able in the home or school room should |
Miss Mildred Darden is spending the
v.cek end at her home in Kenly.
God made him, and therefore let
him pass for a man.—Shakespi are
When the lamp jis shattered
The light in the dust lies dead.
It is worth a thousand pounds a
year to have the habit of looking on
the bright side of things—l)r. John
The man with the
hoe knows where to
go for good seed. He
comes here, of course
For Field or Garden
s , Clark's Drug
!CANOES FOR SALE: EIGHT NEW
Canoes ready for immediate de
livery. Apply to W. S. Hardison.
i Jamesvill Rout No. 1. m 25-2
Bear Grass Local
Miss Itachel Godwin spent the week I
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
: W. M. Godwin, near Oonetoe, N. C.
Misses Gladys Murray and Rosa j
| .Saunders were the guests of Miss
! Saunders* parents at Hurguw for the
|. week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Malone, aecom-J
I pnnied by their sons, Leon, Wilmer, |
I and Milton, motored to Rev. C. I>. Ma-
I lane's, near Henderson, Friday. From
I there Wilmer carried Leon to Raleigh,
i to catch a train for Dubose School,
! Monteagle, Tenn. '•
j The play,' "Out of Court," that was ■ -
' given by 'he parents-teaclu rK associa- r
! tion TThursckiy night was a success®
: end was; enjoyed by all of those who
| attended. r
Misset; Ada Taylor and Lucile Lu-'
,! cas, of .Black Creek high school, spent
the week end with Miss Taylor's par-;
I'enrts, Mr. anil Mrs. M. L). Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cherry spent
I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tay
The many friends of Miss Sallie
i Roebuck are very sorry to know that
! she is confined to her bed with pnou-.
NOTICE OF RESALE
North Carolina, Martin County.
In the superior court, before th
j clerk. *•
; hi the matter of Harry Waldo,
I L. P. Waldo, Eflie Waldo, Hen
| nit IJiillnrd, Mrs. NVW. Grimes,
Mary Dixon, Mary Salsbury,
Earnest Waldo and F. E.* Waldo, ,
Under and by virtue of an order
~of resale made in the above entitled (
proceedings on the 25th day of Feb j
I ruary, 1927, the undersigned commis-
I ioner will on Monday, the 14th day
uf March, 1927, at 12 o'clock m., iri
j front of the courthouse door in thei
town of Williamston North Carolina |
offer for sale to the highest bidder forj
i i ash the following described real es-i
j taU»e to wit:
j Lying am! being in th tow n of j
j Hamilton, N. C., beuiaioo on the Non! !
I i,• the lands o," .1 E. E tnnmdson and,
| the Stibrell heirs, on the east by Front j
i Street, on the south by a street and,
I on the west by another street an ! bi -
I ing more 'commonly known as desig
,l naied as the Jos. T, Waldp home
, I place.
T'li: resale is made by reason of
II ail upset bid having been made up- [
,1 on IA sale heretofore made, The land
jj will be started at the price, of sl.o'.iO,
"| tie amount of the,sale plus the upset,
TH; the 25th day of February, 1927.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
- mrl 2tw Commissioner. ( j
Jtt IViiiyiiHiß * '
I now only
improvements 1 low prices
With the beautiful Chevrolet Coach re- _ „
New AC Air Qeaoar duced to $595, you no longer need to
New AC Oil Filter deny yourself the luxury of owning a ie -
Full-Crown Fenders* closed car of true distinction, fine quality ThaCoack • 595
New Windshield Pillars and modern design. The Fisher Body is TKeCosw* * *625
(N.r T .w.,» 0 .pacious, comfortable and finished in _ s Zti
?TT„ _ H , | lasting lustrous St. James Gray Duco. And
like all other Chevrolet models, the . *715
New Tire Carrier v Coach "provides Chevrolet's world fam- -
New Coincidental Lock ous smartness, power and depend- The Landau • 745
(Combtaxioa Unidoo e* a ability, enhanced by a host of new I 'TooTruck $495
N.W.mote Control f " and mechanical im. Mm TiS $305
Door Handle* - provements. Come in! See the graataat (Chant* e«M J "
New Duco Color* closed car value of all time!
New Gasoline Gauge T T.T- ■ ' "
New Radiator Aj&J* X J ~
New Hodie* by Fisher fcs*. Was. Mi*.
New Windshield on .
Open Model. In additionSeckaeslow
New and Improved . prices Chevrolet*.4e»
Transmission ttvofad prices Include
New Brake and Olutdi *n!Hpg
M The inost beautiful ChetroUt inandn, char*,
aa floor of car) ' |»n Chevrolet history! arallahla
MOTOR CO. MOTOR CO.
Robersonville, N. C. Williamston/N. C
Quality at low cost
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:UKLH.>.> ~ /' * . . . * * ... v* . • ....', .
I have moved my insurance office from
the Knight building to the new Farmers
& Marchants bank building. Office former-
Jv occupied by Hugh G. Horton, attorney.
W. G. PEEL
What Kind of a Fisherman
*:; M They
: Are •
| —- / Our tackle and fisherman's
j ggffajjjflSl //"— — • / supply cases are now crammed
j to new mer
' chandise—anil the fish are bit-
I "i-I-T __ i ing in all waters. Need we say
—' more to those who know the
w'"\ / doubt your taekle needs a gen
l' ' t ' ra '' over ' lau '' n f? snd replenish
\ * ing—lines, hooks, fiys, sinkers,
r " rods, etc., etc. No matter what
I. tj&'fcj' C;l -t. you want we have it, so come in,
. > j '"' browse about, get the feel of a
'ZTjfaXjpP' well-balanced rod and feel that
~ this sport goods headquarters is
your lieadt i uurters ' t®o
Sport Goods Headquarters in Williamston
THE ENTERPRISE WILUAMRTON. N. C.
Every woman wants a new coat,
derss, hat, and slippers for this occa
sion; and if you haven't got yours, it
will pay you to visit our store, as we
have a large selection to choose from
and are making special low prices on
r • • • *
'' • —* - •«
Harrison Bros. & Co.
Yellow Front Stores
IN EFFECT UNTIL MARCH 20TH
SUGAR, BEST GRANULATED, pound 6 l-2c
GORTON'S READ TO FRY CODFISH, can 12c
I). I'. OATMEAL, package - Sc
SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS, Pound . 30c
SNOWDRIFT, 4 pound can, 75c
FIG BARS, I'ound lor
VAN CAMP'S BAKED BEANS, can 7
P.P. BORAX SOAP, fi cakes .
JAM, Curtice Bros., all flavors, blue label, jar 23c
PINEAPPLE, Hillsdale Broken Sliced, large can 21c
"SALT PORK 1
Plates lb. 15, Fat Backs 14, Rib Side 22
EAGLE BRAND MILK, can ..... .... 18c
PEACHES, California Yellow Cling, large can 18c
WONDER SELF-RISING OR PALACE PATENT FLOUR
12-lb. bag 241b. bag 48-lb bag 98-lb. bag
.52 W 51.55 $3.75
•r '■ ■
HILLSDALE ASPARAGUS TIPS, can ; 31c
Rich's Wine Jelly, pkg. lBc Dried lima Beans, lb. .... 8 l-3c
PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 cakes *. 20c
Van Camp's WASHING POWDER, 8 packages 25c
D. P. Extra Sifted Peas, can, 27c Peas, D. P. Tiny, can 31c
Colonial Chocolates, pound Evaporated Peaches, extra
package 29c choice, pound 17c
D. P. Coffee, pound 43c Ourft-ide Bread, 21 oz. loaf, 10c ,
COMPLETE STOCK OP FRESH FRUITS' AND VEGETABLES