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Volume XXXVII. Number 44
WAYNESVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925
(2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 If not Pal4 A
t " 'tot w.k'vwa i mum wmatiX mm y nam nn m m w
CLUB WOMEN OF FIRST D IS-
TRICT HOLD MEETING.
The first meeting of District No. 1
of the North Carolina Federation of
Women's Clubs was held in the Meth-
odist church Monday, November 9,
with the president, Mrs. Charles E.
the meetinc was onened with the
club women's hvmn. followed hv thi. Ja v. . ' m
, is CA7ct icu tiiai caoici u i.uuiikica win
dub collect, repeated in concert. Mrs. j contribute the other $100,000 to coin
Rufus Siler, president of the hostess piete North Carolina's share of the
club and Community Club, also State half-million for the park purchase.
Corresponding Secretary, graciously Tennea8ee js jointy carrying on 8
welcomed the visitors, which address 'ml)ain for a half milion doilar.
was responded to by Mrs. C. C. Bivh
anan of Sylva, president of the Twen
tieth Century Club.
Greetings were also extended by
Mrs. Rufus L.Allen, chairman of Anti-Narcotic
committee, N. C. F. W. C.
Mrs. Tuke Hay of Black Mountain,
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a former president of the territory
now comprising district No. 1, via
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introduced to the conference. Mrs.
Hollowell of the Safety Departirert
of the State Insurance Department,
spoke a few words of her work. These
talks were followed by Mrs. E. H. V'vil
of the district who made an address
of the districts made an address out
lining the policies of the federating
for the districts and individual clubs.
Her address was inslijdi.e and very
enjoyable. This was followed by a
vocal duet, "Sing Me tti Sleep," by
Mrs. L. E. Green and Miss Nancy
Kn'ian, which va wc'l receive.!. Mrs
E. L. McKec, State I'l-oidcnt. was
ureeted most enthusiastically by l.er
h ;ne district and her address, eviry
word of which could be heard, was
most inspirational. The keynote of
Mrs, McKee's address was the home ony a portion appeared. The account solf' 1,ut tht! Douglases were a pow
and it was shown in a clear and cfcn- 0f the mp; ar,nCars in anotlui orful can- an1 80 tbey held James ai-
outlining the policies of the federating
cise manner how each department
of the club is related to the home and
r m v u. air-awuA
community. Mrs McKee also stressed
the weak points in the federation as
oll nnrnmended the stromr points.
In closing she named legislegtion as
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the most important, worn 01 me ciuun
and urged the co-operation 01 vne
club members. The address was lis
tened to very attentively and was
Mrs. Quinlan named the following
committees-. Nominating, Mrs. A. S
Nichols of Sylva; Mrs. C. H. McDow
ell, Waynesville; and Mrs. H. A.
Helder of Canton; Resolution com
mittee, Miss Margaret Rogers of
Franklin; Mrs. Ramsey Buchan
an of Sylva, and Mrs. Paul Walker of
Waynesville; Courtesies committee,
Mrs. W. P. Fincher of Clyde; Mrs. K.
M. Oreier of Canton, and Mrs. Newilie
Sloan of Franklin.
The club adjourned for luncheon
which was served in the basement of
the church. The box lunches were
supplemented by the hostess cljb,
with ham, fried chicken and acco-i-sories,
ice cream, cake, coffee and
many other delicacies. During the
luncheon clever toasts to the officers
and visiting club women were given
amid much merriment and good fel
lowship. The afternoon session opened w.th
;i delightful solo by Miss Ida Jean
Brown, follow 1 by an ad.lre".- of wel
come from ho Rotarv '"Kih .li'r n by
Rev. J. T. Mj,'i.ii:i
Hon. Zeb Weaver gave a splendid
address on the "Smoky Mountain Na
tional Park," which was enthusiasti
cally received. His address was fol
lowed by the reports of the variius
clubs in Western North Carolina
Aljout two hundred club members
in Western North Carolina attended
PAUL MYERS, JR. AT HAZEL
Saturday night, November 21, Paul cy
Myers. Jr. will perform at the Ha-
zelwood Elementary school. Mr.!
Myers is very entertaining and will
ftmuse his audience with his sly tricks
Mr. i Myers was formerly connected
with j the Carolina Theatre Supply
Company in Charlotte and comesij
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highly recommended as a public pr -
The,' Proceeds of this nerformance
T.rr? '? r beau,tifying f the ,
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The admission is, adults, 50 cents
and. children 15 cents.. Support this1
cause with your presence. Saturday 1
Jiicht. -t ..'. I
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Mr. Arldrew Falligant of Houston,
Texas yisi(dJiis sister, Mrs. A. M.
lipydleSundayJUsMr. Fallieant. who is well bleased with Dr. Marr aiul hnd jWumaha nf 'Brhi4ttn 'f. l W
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. .. , ,tj-v- .Miiiy". ..en .iiK...ji . vrmiiiiucoucu wu ,"' j crij unucuicy every ex- wno, nas twen slopping at Mrs. a. 1.
is, was well pleUsed with ls7wyteestinij ,and forceful Derience of joy or sorrow, of tpmpt.i- Hen-en's, for several weeks, returned
With its quota fixed at $150,000
Western North Carolina, outside of
Aaheville and Buncombe eountv. has
begun work towards fulfilling its part'
' jn the campaign to purchase the Great j
Smoky Mountains for a great nation: I j
park. Asheville and Buncombe cou.Hy .
i,!,i toco nnn ;
The quotas for the district towns and
counties will be apportioned later.
lucheon last Wednesday at
Asheville the quota was agreed upo'i,
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
and chairmen for the various com-'nlp
munities were named. Intensive work
;n rnUinir thp fimVi will Kotrin 1
"".sing the fun1 wi begin ma -
taiiuousjv inrouirnnuL westnrn panrrn
taneously throughout Western North
Carolina on December 1.
Mrs, J. H. Way of Waynesville has
been named Women's Chairman for
Mrs. M. Theo. McCracken and Mrs.
W. L. McCracken will be hostesses
to the Woman's Club Friday after
noon, Nov. 27th, at the home of Mr?.
McCracken. The meeting will boftin
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The minutes and program of the
District meeting of the Woman's Cub
were intended to be printed
week's issue, but were misplaced and
HONOR ROLL FOR EAST WAY-
v.raoe. miss narper, tcacner:
CvnaXa W;il,nm 1?., r
Second Grade, Miss Price, teache-
Myrtle Galloway, Mary Ruth PhnV
Third Grade, Miss Mosely, teacho'
Pajiline Wright, Sullyn Miller.
Fourth Grade, Miss Sansbury, tearb-
Frances Itose, Helena Russell.
Fifth Grade, Mr. McCracken, teach-
Seventh Grade, Mr. Beam, teache .
Mildred McCracken, Cordon Miller.
A BRA II AM LINCOLN.
Come See Great Things.
Lincoln's birth in a snowswept
Why they named him Abe
As a wood-chopper 111 the
pioneers fighting fierce
As a Mississippi River boat man--How
he met Anne Ruthledge
The love of Lincoln for Anne Rut
ledge How Lincoln became a lawyer
Lincoln's first speech
How Mary Todd decided to marry
him at first meeting
How she predicted his election
Why Lincoln grew a beard
The famous debate between Doug
las, the little giant and Abe Lincoln.
the son of the backwoods-
Lincoln's and Douglas' rivalry for
; the hand Mnrv Tndd
I The secret political meetings in the
home of Lincoln
I Lincoln's nomination for Preside., ,
I"""-" "Z w.tn nis t-.vo
so"s. a ome
8 e"ysburg address
fe a" , ran
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A II ThPBfl thin era on1 w rwn m 4 I
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itT' f?tea' the cre3n
hes even given!
and reat Ph-
""jiicy uuu i iicaire. ivovemnpr iiii .
UaTmni.mAH TK . TlT . 1 nn
tn - drmn
to - drama
Adults 50 cents
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Rev- T. F. Marr
lume his duties
from Salisbury to assume
jas pastor of , the Methodist church. a
Mrs. Marr accompanied Dr. Marr
here. The congregation of the church
Prizes Were Given
MY FAVORITE BOOK.
There are many good books that
have read, but I think above all
that held mV entlre interest from be
ginning to end was "The Lady
' Lake." This I call my favorite.
Sir Walter Scott like most great
writers of good literature, was a man
, i ,
to whom life was a mai-velous adver.
ture. His ancestors for many gencr-
,. , ,. , .. , . nigner laeais. iv luacnus us i ". - -
at.ons were noblemen of high bi' whm we learn -we are on tSie The unusual happened when a tra,
and darinc deeds. Sir Walter ocott' .... . : n,ii.oI its rates volun-
vas born in ,771f in Edinburgh,
iad. He was from childhood a crin-
and whpn hn was ahnnt sivteinIM
,e was struck with a severe illntsj ,
v i. n j u- . '
wh,eh compelled him to remain
bed for a long time. This, perhaps
r. a l, Th o nnrhnne
k n ,Z '"".""':'
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hnH 'ilh ndlhitur tn flu hut rnnH nn 1
bed with nothing to do but read an 1
think, created most of his wonderful
ideas ol literature. Ills lavonte ani
mals were horses anil dogs. Captain
was his favorite horse anil Camp h'n
most loved dog. Scott died Septem
ber 21, 1S.'!2 a brave hearted anir
knightly gentleman. His poems Pie
immortal, immortal too, is his pcrsdi-.-ility.
"The Laily of the Lake" is a story
dealing with the life of King .lames V
of Scotlaml, who lived in the Hth
century. As a boy King Jartics was
under the guardianship of Archibald
D"glns, Earl of Angus, who had
married his mother. The young king
or a 'onK tinM' wished to free him-
their captive. He
at last escaped to
Stroling Castle where he was receiv.nl
by the governor, an enemy of che
r i , T i. . .
Douglas clan. In a short tune so
many chieftains joined the king that
thcv were able to hanish the f-1 ..f
they were able to banish the Earl of
Angus to England. Douglas, who.-n ,
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we reaa 01 in tne poem, is an ima- ,
nary uncle ot King James, who s
seeking refuge on a lonely island in
Lack Katrine under the protection of
KoaevicK una. uouglass and Kodpr-
ick are also fictitious characters. Thy
same is true of EllonTho Lady of
Nalcom Greamo, and Al-
The name of th
is poem is a sug--
lion of the romantic characters of toe
poem. The old romances about Ar
thur and the knights of the Roui d
Table had much to say about a fai;-
called, The Lady of the Lake, who
dwelled on a mysterious i-land vl,: h
was rarely visited by mortals, in. I
where wonderful ndvi'iitiicix await .!
them. Elli-r. i called -i ''.-dry. b -cause
she i beautiful ami tare a
The clvir-ielrrs in !). !,-! . v..u 'vi:l
observe, ao used to primitive lif.
The summoning of the mount.rn
warriors by means of a small wooden
cross dipped in blood
f?"st primit ive life.
Th.. I.rvdv of the L:
i oinance. In tlii-- r,.op,,. : ! roviev .
form of noet.-v pot!l.... 1 1 ;,,.
ci.ilized European count '
the 12th to t Hith eltiv
more simple -,in te .
'nils a larger part of its
the love story, some
ic does not have. Kim-
is - romantic and intereslir.g
Ellen, too plays a prent nart
in the story.
The Ladv of th
one f tnP best hooks I have ever
read. I call it my favorite, Scott also
IR mv favorite poet.
Pilgrim's Progress was written in
167g hy John Bunyan whj,e he WM
in the Bedford jail being punished
fot preaching the BiWe as he under
stood .it. He fell asleep and dreamed
"dream. He sees a man called
Christian setting out with a book in
his hand and a great load or burden
on his back from the ,
struction. Christian has two objects,!
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aKe h18 waV 0 the Ho'y City. At
the outset of the journey Evangelist
llnil. k! w.. v j ,1'Mfli totringtield, Kuth Green, i
Jl' b,.Me hef d Frances Rose, Dorothy Williams and
e" ana points him to, R.KK ,,,. , a.t.
wlcKet K" .on a hill far away, 1
Then begins a journey in ten stage'.
which is a picture of the 'difficulties"
r ",w . u" lm 11 ;v"
For The Following
(course of a living character. Bunyan
write, in quick, peculiar prose, and his
Scena after gcene foIIowed) in wh:ch
are pictured many of our own .p,S
.nn, a n,hnln rpnrfiKPnts the '
hardship one has to endure on the '
ZZT' ' . ti,., hi. lifp.'tained the Central Association of the
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How he is compelled to stoop to lower
things and at tne same urae iook n
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Scot-'f080 8UCceR.s "r "5 t '
lu II tut even ai inir Ki" vu ri.ii
as from the City of Destruc-,
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I also enjoy reading tnis dook op-
I also enjoy reading this book be-
has been translated into seventy-five
difTefent languages. This book is the
most'widclv rend in Enirlish with the
exception of the Bible. Some folk
may read the Pilgrim's Progress for
religious instruction, but all clasps
of men have readmit because thev
found in it all the qualities that such
a story should possess. This allegory
was the onlv book having any story
interest in the majority of English
and American homes for a full con-
MY FAVORITE ROOK.
"The Call of the Wild, by Jack Lon-
don, is my favorite book, and in my
opinion it could not be surpassed.
The author was an American writer
wno was thoroughly acquainted with
the subjects, scenes and customs of
which he wrote. This adds immps-
urably to the charm and flavor of the
v" ...en. mi
story, since a knowledge of the thin.-
about which one wishes to write is
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indpnpnupklo i) iniFs,i o,i
color of a Rtbrv whert finished Jack
Londdn.. was well versed in nature
nna especially docs, which constitute
the mnin characters of the book.
Thus we have the writer with a thor
OUKh ami eompletc knowledge of the
subject. Naturally, with an author
of the experience, education and vo-
cabulary of Mr. London
product is bound to be
'.rue to life-.
vivid and colorful.
The plot starts with tne
collie dog, Muck, stolen from a peace
ful American home by a servant and
shipped to Alaska to be sold for a
sled dog. As the scene nr. Idly shift .
to a pier in Alaska's chief seaport,
when, a dog nia'kel is being held, one
can almost see the mole of smarting.
MV.npirg, grnwii i'A U nviered l,,u.;
of a dozen breeds, maddened by ah;
and neejle-t. av. ai' ie- a pmvl.-i
Here Buck Is ,; ' str i''- bi !
reer as a sle. i , r 1 1,, H,. ,,f . ;k
team through cent u ries uliirb
have intervened since the first wild
- wolf-dog came to man for protection,
he hear; the call of his wild anc.--
I tors. So strong did this become t'ir.'.
;.t last when his master was killed i,.
a battle with Indian-, he reverted '
the original state and joined a wolf
pack. Throughout the story the au
' thor maintains his wonderful flow o'
! language which grip some until il is
- almost impossible to stop n-ading
' this book.
MISS RUTETOE HOSTESS.
Little Miss Rose Mary Rippeloe
.niertained twenty of her young
friends with a part v. honoring h.-i-seventh
birthday, Wednesday. o-
vcniber 11. The house was heaut if u ly
decorated with red, white and M
carrying out the Armistice Day mo
tif. At each plate were red, white
and blue honors and flags further
carrying out the patriotic motif.
The1 young guests enjoyed numer
ous games and contests on the lawn.
Later in the afternoon the gue ts
were invited into the
and were served with ice cream
cake and candy, which were also sup-
gestive of November 11.
Those nresent at Miss Rlnn0f..
nuRf Linp .iwiti. Mnru own ic
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beth Pa.mer, Josephine Plott. Gen-
i evive Mormino, Martha and Hilda
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,Way, Carolyn and Emily Haynea
i Louisa gtri..iUH. T?.,th r. .
Jr., Leon Killian, Jr., Ernest Withers.
Jr, and Marcus Roset . . ' ,
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OCR RALEIGH LETTER.
(Bv M L. Shipman.)
RoWh 'NC Nov. 9. Possibility
mission ruling restoring
, V, r rr o U-n I'n 1 L I U V CIIVO
will be tested through all
t 4-Via t ji : t
the courvs "st week in aJ-
dition to receiving this
Horn of news, the Capital City ente
Mnrth Tarolina Educational Associa-
Norm Carolina r,uu.
l r,aar r ntlH TnOUHHllU ICUlilCl.
,.:, ;n thp ritv over the week-enJ
The State l raveiers i rra-u."
;i:., i,,i.,,K In test the Inte,'-
, . nnmm rnmmission ruli;ie
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restoring the Pullman surcharge
North Carolina. A law. pusneu ....
the organization, nas .hti, ... ....
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some years which pi
evented the rai.-
roads charging this additional amou"t
but the Commerce Commission h is
ruled that it must be paid in this str.te
the seme as in others. This will be a
grent additional burden en those who
Use the trains and the Travelers Or
ganization intends to carry the matter
through to th
highest fourts. The
instituted as a war
measure, but since the end of th" cm
flict had not been removed.
A number of interesting and in
struct ive addresses were beard by
about one thousand teachers who were
in the city the week-end at the o "(i
Carolina Educational Association
corifer0nce. These meetings are now
hpl(, rCl?ularly each year nnd never
f .. . ,, t. ,,.h.a : ,h ;nj
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f;ompanv 0f Raleigh has vouluntarily
th(. sta (, p,. rlnrpm,0 pop 0litlir
, " ' ,' ' , ,0('.c""lr
for -'-'tricity. the sav.mr In
consumers being approximately $20';.-
.000 a year. This reduction also ap-
plies to the Yadkin Tower Comnanv
a subsidiary and ,1!) cities and to.vns
which are served are affected by the
reductions. These are in Eastern
During the week, the Noitb Care
lina Cot f on Growers Association
ganized a subsidiary company,
North Carolina Cotton Sale-. Conn -tiy
which will handle the sales of t'v
crops direct to the mills. Pr. R. v.
Kilgore and General Manager V. I
Hlalock were the organizers .and it is
stated the company will be solely for
the benefit of the co-op members,? It
enable the c ops to jrn direct inl .
i lie market and coni'.eie wi'h o';e
cotton tne. -chants on a parity in seli
it'g cotton to mills. Dr. Kilgore I
IMalo, k fe i tlv.t it is a tep f
c "Vil for tin' co-op organization.
Coverni.r McLean visited Washing
ton the -ii Iv nart of :!-e " . !
ii l a P"oi lanvit i .a
and I. ft a
of the Pro
ded as a
ei :ree of i
:'i' .sive I'-o 111
and s.ivs the
urging this h ive been
as to the real purpe "
Governor McLean has hasten-l to
assure the alumni of University of
North Carolina that the expansion a
Duke will not hurt Carolina. He fe -Is
there is plenty of room for expanse.
in higher educational facilities.
Martin McC.ill was saved from el
trocution last Friday when the Go
vernor commuted his sentence to bfe
imprissonment. He was sentenced
from Union county for killing his
W. H. Pittman of the Department trustees of the North Carolina Col
of education made an address to leero for Neirroes: W. J. Rrmrrlen. Di.r
mue an aauress lo
leacners 81 al1 Klver- ss. during
th,e WeeI.' PHtman said be glean-
the ,dea that the Massaschusetts
or lne rnuif
on their state of the textile boom in
North CarSesZoi of
thJ " rihh
, "ee- "e ois-
T V.. "lcl,eni one no snow-
John G' Daws"- stat Democratic
chairman, visited tha ritv during th.
e"c ,n weaving.
week but Reported all quiet in politi-
cal circles. He does not put much
rumors that Wrraef Governor
'.v u lor uiai omce again
proclamation issued by Governor.
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ovemher l!lb s "American
' BEAR HUNT.':'? " .
The members of the Rod and Gad
Club enjoyed a bear hunt Tuesday, v
Those composing the, party WW. ,
EowrV Hn Fauncette Swift;
. Harlirove, San I-timet W
Hargrove and Arthur Tate of . Canton.
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Education Week" which his
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serve with special programa , in w
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pose-being to impress upon the "ris-
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j Eeneration" the value ana privi-
leges' of citizenship and the Injpor--
tanca of preparing themafilvewfor
livesfof useful service.
The Department'of Revenue xf
nounces the State is to tave two cent
on eLh autoiwobile license tax pur
chasei fnext year, The Western Dis
play and Advertising Company agtir.
secures " the contract and it is esti
mate that 400,000 tags will be needed,
the cost of each being 6.462 cents or
around 9,500 less than last year.
The State and Federal departments
of agriculture are appealing to sports-' '
men for co-operation in preventing
forest li'os. It is pointed out that
hunters are frequently careless with
matches, smoking tobacco and camp
fires and they are respectfully re
quested to "have a care" in the woods .
The Automobile License Depart
ment reports the sale of title certif
icates for 1,231 passenger cars and
150 trucks during the month of Oc
tober. Of the passenger cars 7"3
were Fords, l.'Sf. Cherolets, 60 Buick.
40 Essex and the remainder of va
rious other "makes." 112 F4rd trucks
, nx, ri,,n.Prf hands.
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ent , hVhwav rnnstruc
use of convicts in highway construe-
m of them to employed on
tl0"' 1&u , n ,..
,)rojeets in Franklin and Macon roun-
ties. The arrangement was perfo.'t
in a conference betweeir-the Qnvern"
or and officials of the State. Highwjf;'
It is stated by officials in cnargn.
of tax collections that the State is
more than a million and a half dol
re lars ahead of the receipts for last
or. year. Total to date, $2,880,078.08 for
fie the first four months of the present
fiscal year, as against i.iM,oim..
for the first four months in the pro
ent fiscal year. This reported increase
in the "gathering in" of the shocks
prompts the suggestion in adminis
tration quarters that the threatened
slash of appropriations, on January
1st. lO'JV.. will not occur.
Leaders of ed'.'cat ion religion, in
dutry and public w.lfiinV'bo'Mv-ftTr.
white aisl colored, a:, invi'.ed to the
annual North Carolina conference on
Negro Education to be held at Shaw
University here i Monday, Novem
ber H'.th. IV.. t A. T. AUcp, State
Superintendent of 1'ublic In triudio'f,
and Prof. N'. C. N'ewbold, director of
the dii-ioii of N'egro education are
hoping for a large attendance, im
perially of negroes engaged in eau
George V. Coggi.-.. of the State.
paitnir.it of I-'ihe at 5- n attended a
lcgional en fe: 'once of supervisors
and teacher train.1!'. :n trade and in
dustrial edueaf ton recently held in
New Orleans: Mis; Rebecca Cushing
of the vocational bureau, "looko.'
over" teaeher training at Slater Nor
mal, Winston-Sulom, while Miss Mar
garet Edwards, of the same bureau,
made an official visit to a number of
places in the east to inspect classes
in home economies; Miss Emeth Tut
tle, director of mother's aid of the
State Roard of Chanties and Pub ic
Welfare spoke before the Mother's
Aid Club of Forsythe county in W"i-ston-Salem
during the week.
Governor McLean has named t:.
following as members of the board of
lege lor iegroes: w. J. Brogdet
ham; R. L. Flowers. Durham; J. B.
Mason, Durham; J. H. Donlan. Rocky
Mount. These are additional to the
The Federal Department of Com-
merce figures that 3,973 persons hrve
been killed my motor vehicles in fif .y-
nine cities since the finrt of January
this year. While this apparently
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ugniwm uuuma, wie report.
ows .decrease from that of. last1
year for a similar twrinf!
showed 4,345. , , ' C : k
Sixty-five fcrnV rre pretent af
the HtieeCmg' of the -'State College
Drancn f the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers recently eld at '
. " ..'in-i. rt. till lie
luncheon was RPi-vtd l -,,.- t
s y.at has
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