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~ FAKMVII^E PnT ?>UNT^W?to CAROU^A, APRIL 25th, 1924 ^ ~ 5P
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Sots' Week Frgm April
Problems ft Solve Them
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Sixty representatives of organiza
tions interested inboys' work net in
Chieago in January to discuss ways'
aarf- means for Boj^/lWek-for the
year 1024; to note and review the
achievements and, failures cf proceed
ing-Boys' Weeks, and to carefrffr
plan for the coming observation Of
this particular week.
The Soys' Week idea was launched
some years agb with many misgiv
ings at llrst, but as Hart Ir Seeiy,
Chairuian of the Boys' Worj Commit
tee of' Rotary International, says:
"the appeal made by this scheme to
bring- vividly to the public mind the
real importance of the boyy who is the
man of the future, and to convey to
the mind of the boy some idea of the
importance of himself m relation to
his future citizenship, was one that
could not be.denied and has caught
on to an extent that has more than
ploasod its promoters. It is a move
ment as admirable as it is novel and
the status at the B6y in the commun
ity should be raised considerably,
much to the advantage of the com
munity and too benefit of the boy:"
Mr. Scely farther stale*, "that the
object at Boys' Week is notto exploit
the (my, not to raise funds, mat to
give him s week'rholhhty-, but ft is
to focus public attention upon the boy
as the Nation's Greatest Asset, the
potential manhood' of tomorrow; to
interest every one in boys and boys
in themselves; to emphasize the fact
that a? intepest in too boy is an >
- 1 Vestment that pays toe largest possi
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G. O. P. "Oil ?aarJ*
Dont Want Heaey
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Frances J. Heney, noted umor*
,nia investigator, personally en
gaged by Senator Coozens of Wd^> -
igan to assist in an investigation
y,ot tii* Internal Revenue Bureau of'<
the Treasury Department is being
bitterly ? opposed by the "Old :
Guard" at Washington.
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The little things that fill his world,
Bring joy or pain to me, as unto hiraj.
I live again
In him, my boy.
And your boy, .. .
In Lordly image cast? >
If you should go
And'I should stay:
Could I my duty like a man
To hjm discharge? * .
Could I my love dividte
And be to him the friend
My boy-would have in you,
If I should go -i - ? . ' *
And you should stay ? $
May I ha Bb*try pledge with you
That your boy and my to,; AXM
'And every hoy whose H3fe!!?t*
May feu within our^ye,' -
Vron?4Kow?WNew! Heilon,Trewory; Stona,
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A large Number of Friends At
tended the Regular Month
ly Meeting on Friday Af
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A large number of members and
friends attended the April meeting
of the Parent-Teacher Association ori
last Friday afternoon.
After the regular routine of busi
ness, during which the roll was called,
minutes read and reports from vari
ous committees, given, a delightful
program was presented by the 4th
grade, Mrs. Florenece Thorne teacher.
This consisted of group songs, dances
amfc recitations, featured by V clever
paraphrase on the Association sung
to the tune of "The Old North State"
and which fbllowsr
Friends and parents here this evening
Heaven's blessings attend you,
While we live we will cherish,
Protect and' defend you.
Por our playground equipment, ;
For the books in our library,
For each joy you have brought us |
: ?Qar thanks we extend you; "3
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FOR OBSERVANCE OF
' - '- - VlBoif rWEEK . ; . " ]
At thepregufcr meeting on Tues
day evetitog local Kotarians discussed
Boys' WeJf and endorsed the program
outlined by the $?ys' Week commit
tee. Short tailed on matters pertain
ing to. t&e .interftets of the club.were
made byi^erej&iflemberp. an da de
lightful supper feas. enjoyed. PupiM
<rf Miss|ie ?a*** fewher of JX*
mestic Science, prepared and served
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REV. *&. HAll BREACHES.
IN EPISCOPAL CHURCH HERE
At thA invitation of Rev. J. W;
tbe^ ^ ^?Ck
E. C. Bossfing
Body Lays Plani
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At Meeting Held in Kinsto^
Elects New Officers and
Draws Up Plans for Another
Big. Year's Work. FarmviHe
?Man Elected President
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Kins ton, April 23 rd.?The annual
meeting: of the Eastern Carolina
Chamber of Commerce directors was
held in Kinston Thursday afternoon.
President Geo. C. Royall, of Golds
boro, presided over the meeting.
The meeting was well attended, and
the secretary, N. G. Bartlett, made
a brief report of the wotk accom
plished during the past year, which
Was highly praised by the directors.
A financial report was made which
showed; that the funds of the organi
sation had grown 100 p*.- ce*t ovejr
the first year's receipts. A goal of
52S,000 was set for, the ensuing year
and the directors expect to makh
every effort to reach this goal before
Three big problems were outlined
for the ensuing Sear; First and forej
Patrick ; Crowley, xmjrft
elected President of. the great
Wflw York" Central Railway lines,;
started railroadinfas a messenger!,
bd ? when fourteen yeurs old- andj
Stayed with it
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MAGAZINE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. J. W. Parke, was ? hostess te
I the Magazine club this week at her
? palatial home on church street The
I rooms were very attractively decorat
? ed with spirea and other spring How-.
I The report sent by this club to a
? recent District" Federation meeting'
? was read by Mrs. J.- W. Parker, wfcp
? gave a short account of the meeting.
? She was followed by Mrs. Annie R.
I Lang, Mrs. ? L Morgan and Miss An-'|l
nie Perkins with farther, impression* jl
gained by them; all of whom pai^jl
I tribute to Mrs. Palmer Jerman, . ofj
Raleigh, as to her great efficient, ||
knowledge of current affaika. and aibil1- j
I ity as a speaker. ^nt J. W. Parker]
was elected, as a delegate with th^
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kject of tye second paper ?tte"s f I
j ?n,rs* .xi? x . Moseiey, wno toiu' oi ynp]
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CAurcli; Conduct Semces
54 Hooded Men in T?e
t Group. Regular ?Mtor
' Tune Over Pulpit To
Member Who S.ld He
Wai A MWifter.
Goldsboro, N> C., April 21?On last
.Sunday night 54 members of the
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan paid a
visit to the ' St. John's Methodist
church. Just at the beginning of the
service, a messenger breegKt a mes
sage to the pastor that a band of
ahfoudpd men wereatthe door wish
,ihg to enter and take part in the
Rev. Atkinson asked the people in
church to move to either side of- the
building - in order that the visitors
might be seated in the center. When
the members of the Elan filed into
the-church, it wa?, found there were
not enough seats to accomodate them
and chairs were arranged along the
centeraisle' that all might be seated
Rev!. Atkinson first stated that he
had heard a great deal about "night
riders" and other wrong doings and
that he thought.it a good time to set
tie the question on these things In th<*
minds of the people. Rev. Atkinson
then asked if there "were any minis
ters in the crowd? In. response three
of the ahjouded men arose. How
many of the qrowd were Sunday
school teachers, deacons, elder?,'or
.otherwise active in J church .work, 'be -
then asked? In ifespcium.to this in
bers we^ members, of some ?
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