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Good Meeting it Greene Coon-|
ty Town; Jodge Hatlon Prin- H
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The district membership meeting of ?
the Eastern Carolina Chamber <rfl
Commerce, Inc., at Snow H21, Mon- ?
I day night, proved to"be one of the!
I best meetings held since the orgmni-1
I y^tiwi began operation two and afl
I half years ago. Nearly 100 business I
I ton, Greenville, Kinston and Snow I
I Hill gathered around the banquet |
I quaint the member in these five!
I counties with the real purposes of the ?
I t^Tthere was no man who wentB
I ? away feeling that the evening hnjM
been lost. There was a spirit of Iceen ?
I fellowship existing which is sore to ?
erystalize into a great forward move-1
I ment for Eastern North Carolina as J
I ? section. ??
I TbcS? IBCGtfBjfS &T6 CjlW tot the I
I purpose ?f making the individual feel ?
hia responsibility to hfe community 1
I in no uncertain way," one of the ?
I speakers srnd. The
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I LAST TUESDAY 3HGHT AT |
f THE ROTARY CLUM
Walter G. Sheppard, rice president,!
presided at the Rotary meeting on I
Tuesday evening. ??_ J
> SwTwas. regular business!
meeting held monthly, and several!
important matters were discussed and!
Roscoe Fields, who had been recent-1
ly invited to join, the club on ac-1
count of his reputation as a singer, I
demonstrated his talent at this
and although too modest to aeknowl- I
edge an encore, promised to give an-|
other number soon. The music com-l
mittee was nearly overcome with joy
at having such a songbird in the dub I
and immediately asked that the new!
member be appointed to serve on this I
Y*e delicious chicken supper, rank-1
ed next on the program for the eve-1
ning. The home economics class with!
Miss Rae Dawson at its head has I
been serving splendid meals for the!
past few weeks.
SEVERAL INJURED IN
AUTO' ACCIDENT |
Misses Allie dark, nurse living in I
Greenville, and Guilla Askew were I
painfully injured when the Ford I
coupe in which they were riding on |
Sunday morning; collided at the cor-1
ner of Wilson and George streets I
with another car driven by a carni-1
val man and his wife. _
; Miss Claris car turned over and!
besides bruises the occupants suffer-1
ed co^.siderah^ shock. The lady fa!
the other automobile was thought to I
be seriously injured but late reports I
State that ah* is recovering rapHttjfcl
Miss Clark who Is on a. case hert waa l
Ay I* to- /VMl/lTlAil In Vay '<?
wjr la ma
I . JWfAGAZINECLUE -
S# mgmbora present A
KfErers to Always cak a Vote,
;T.., ? ? ?' '? ?'-? ?
I deot^ Coolidge WiMfevea
^^?1 -New York, Nor 5.?The foil meas
I UN of therepublican victoryat the
I polls could not pit be taken tonight,
but returns continued to show'-lhat
President Coolidge^ wo^ld 4iave at
least 1A0 votes ra$rgjn in the elec
I toral college, and* the largest popu
Tbe showing made by" John W. Da
vis remained unchanged throughout
taday^and although Senior LaPol
ceive the electoral vfctes j of any
state except that of Wisconsin.
remains whether the margih would be
opposition of the democrats and the I
I As the presidential figures stood I
I tonight with only a hand full of elec- I
ed strength of the' three candidates in I
I the electoral college was as follows:!
?'. Calvin Ooolidge, *67; Johf W. Da-: I
WEEK .OF PRAIfpR'OBSERYED^fl
I was offered by Mrs. Henry Tyson. A
for tpVung^ well as Tu^-^^H
I l'n n mnnf li?ni.<in.ni. . ? l
I ?n a most impressive manner Dy miss
~M drynrt-.i: _r:ra ?
? 'typt or -. i >: - -'renorteci
I ttilfl Ofl mul JI 1 2 uTm ' ? Ifc" ' _>
J ' n f ^ ^
J J? Wo -rarkerx treasurer of the Mis
I Oi < JhQ QC * __ Knytlr i>j>- L_ _ --J ? x V ^
jgan, prr ||& group, led the
devotional ? 9n| ?s- hie]
subject,: ''Jd^Mpswermgj Prayer,"]
? ".'V??- pj J
an intere.-. Kfc *How Mina
| m's PrasBM-Answered," Mid
Misses LouH 'irginia Harris
I a Templef'^|BPte LittleJap Ba
by." w8R ? Tore.*, read
I an articlfS ho Prayed Him
self IntoM MShepherd," and
? -two stia&m Kby the entire
? gtaup with J^HKSzabeth Lang, at
I the piano. AS^Bnmr was then ta
1 . ? - u
? The-anm c^Bd which will be
? ion work, was!
I :JH|: OF LOYAL I
? v. ?
?s wish to an-B
nounce tiieir^^^Efency sale
' This event! Red forwartfegaB
? with great inl Bthe ladies'of I
? the town who J Bfroy dainty at- |
?[ tides for Chril fta and by thel
I ladies and get^^BL too, who en
joy an excel d served in I
? ti There wiU b^B^Bey dinner with: I
I all the cents, a I
I chicken talad c^^Kor SO cents and I
icecream an! |tt delicious.
Pafldra ; freet^BU cordM^B
I ?ka^r^l f~ ? I
BE' - V^iir ^ mjV g|'? i "- i
Fr ' ,-c" V - ? ? ; ...
j r) .y- - * ^ i * rwi^* ilffiifppM
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that attained by Harding and Cool
idge in the republican landslide of
centrot of its legislature, New York
state re-elected Sfred | Smith, its |
r^SOThSniI"'^ity to with
stand the republican tide in tbe;state!
?J|M a^tributed t^ popul^ ||B
H turns show that f^^ried bjia' plu
? rality of 514,848 over C&mejiBoose
I velt, despite the fact that the head
?lot^he national ticket lost in;the me
I tropofc as welt as the??I
?fe$jg/fe. V?' k" :
I : Miss Evelyn&ton entertained at I
a delightful Hallowe'en party Hal
I .low's fi ' feSP?
After the guests dressed in; g*J
g^us Hallowe'en costumes, had gath
?rered at her ^iome. partners were
II found, and the ^Hostess invited them
where she promised tham'ghosts and
The unoccupied house. :owwd by
Miss DeVisconti on Main street was
"fho crnnl an I ira. 1 f hw ' k.:.: +
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wild niianty. TiK^Jrooms were dec**
, J ^ jk i . ., /
oTanterns and other Hnltew#^?n qnjp
AT fltlf OTY\tt IOOVOC ' ?' 'M' ?.'?
? - ya .tfUwluUit Icafvbi , ^ ^
I Inip -fletrOTMT ; iftf B
Mari 0 J Nov 5.-^^
cations yet undefined are .causing con
siderable apprehension today to phy
sicians attending Mrs. F. Florence
Kling Harding, widow of the late
president, who wastaken ill yester
day it the Sawyer sanitarium here
where Mfs. Harding makes, her home.
, Br; C&ui W. Sawyer, Who -in
charge of Mrs. Harding's case, an
nounced today that the disease is ?
recurrenceyof tl? samfc sickhess. lad
ney trouble, which almost caused her
death eariy :^^e sprfcg Of 1922 while
she was mistress of the white house,
v A statement issued last night by
Dr. Sawyer said "Mrs. Harding is
eome: better after resting well.^yes
terday but * new complications have
developed which-are yet undefined.'1
METHODIST MEN'S CLUB
CELEBRATE HALLOWE'EN AS f
The banquet celebrating the first
ladies' night of the Methodist Men's
dub was; held in the Rotary olub
rooms on Hallow's Eve. at -8 o'clock
jand proved'a most brilliant and de
lightful affair to the sixty or sixty
five people who attended.
As the guests arrived they ,were
greeted' in tke.dimly lighted-ha&sby
the Queen of Hallowe'en, a ghost,
fingers, who inhered ?bem
into the reception room where deco
distributed by Mr. and Airs. J. M.
the "Doxology'^a^umptuous turkey
dinner was served in three courses fcr
members of the ?oun? PeoplasV Mis
sionary society^ Miniature witches
broome made Unique favors.' T. E.
The first thing on the program was
an amusing stunt called the "Gigan
tic Scat ef the Hallowe'en Cat," in:
jvhkh everyone present participated;
it splendk) talk On the "Meaning
of Hallowe'en," was made by thf pas
tor, Rev. B. B. Slaughter, and iw ad*t
dress on "The Ladies," by Jno. T.
Thome, proved^*; masterpiece of wit
and showed a profound understanding
of the sex which is so rarely tfbder?
Stop4tlA telk.ou ^ThsAIan,^ by Mrs.
ph ^e^ a^ti^g
AWAinot A* * llf An Wnn NSV6T
joined the Club/'
-"^y > x I .J
> . _ ?? 1 -y/y
trrjtti f\iif them in a dungeon d<xrK
, r_ i r J| m I7.j",y^- - " Ke&f* - X'tC
I ORDER OF iJASETTRN STAR
the meeting of the?lo^l'Orc3i^of the
Eastern Stair held on ThieS^^ewmng
The meeting was duly opened by
the WorthyMatron, Sister 8a3fy Hor
ion, and the minutes read and ap
proved. J^/j^orta <rf the standing
committees were then requested*. Sis
ter Alice Parker," chairman of the
?home committee, reported that her
committee together with the ophan
age committee had decided tj> send a
turkey to e&h: /tetttution as a
Thanksgiving offei rig. A vote by
the ehaptmr resulted in ten dollars be
ing given for this purpose. A report
of the sick committee . was also giv
en by the chairman. Communications
from the grand matron" and Superin
tendent R. L, Brown - were read and
after collection of dues the following
interesting'prpgram was' ^rendered:
An~ account of the -district meeting
held in Rocky Mount by Sister Mary
&2j|g; "OtwfWowment- Fi
explained by Sister Pearl Oettinger,
Fields; "Our Eastern Star Motto,"
by the grand matron, was given by
Sister -Parker, and the follow
ing poem, eloquent in meaning, was
read by- Sister Clyde Rasberry: r"
"If you stay at home and away from
If you shirk ite work,tod your duty
In time atov/tt say . that your Iodfce is
For the kickers are those who never
And the. ones who come, are t|e drie?r
The work of the lodge, and think it
tJShe good that ,.being don*,
They love the work and enjoy the
Sister .Irene Gnadt of Grand Bay
chapter, number 178, Grand Bay, Ala
bama, was a guest at the meeting.
ices'fdr^mn B? Underwood, beloved
educator whored yesterday in the
hospital af WIlwnr ?*ere held : flus
afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ja^vis
Memorial chu rchitt &Ie presence ? of
a large congregations of friends ind
conducted by his life long friend, Rev.
odiS cliutih .V Wilson, assisted %
Rev. J. M. Daniel and Rev. T.: A.
Sikes, ^both or whom ymmiokd.
friends of the deceased.' The services
at the grave were in charge of R?V.
Walter Patten and Rev. W. W. Peele.
Following the members of the fam
ily and-the pallbearers inr the fntfer
.ol- procession came the Rota^f vChib
and the faculty and officers/of East
MRS. JUNES HOSTESS
I ^ one of the mpst del&ntful social
I '?'?''V '?*. e ? i_ -X'
J abridge pkJtyi^ 1 lona
Less into the^ spadous ^ living room,
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ES to fcMfe<rfHis
People. Davis Sends His
" ' : Coneratalitions
Washington, Nov,. President
Coolidge, having received a vote of
confidence from the .American vot
ers, today expressed his "simple
thinks" as one of his first acts aft
er his election was assured.
"It docs not seem possible to me,"
Mr. Coolidge said in a statement
which he read to the newspaper men,
"to make an adequate expression
concerning the president of the Uni
ted States. N[o other honor equals it,
no other responsibility approaches ft.
When it is conferred by an over
whelming choice of the American
people and vote of the electoral col- I
lege, these are made all .the greater. ? ?
"I can only express my simple
"thanks to all those who have contrib
uted to this result and plainly ac
knowledge that it has beep brought
to pass through the work ofj a Divine
Providence, of which I am Ibut one
instrument -Such powers as I have
I; dedicate, to the service off all my
country and of all my coonti-ymen. \'<l
, "In the performance of tie duties
of my office'I cannot ask anything
more than the sympathetic consider
ation which my fellow A$nerfcjms ?
have always- bestowed upon me. I
lave no appeal except?to $ie com-.
"raon sense of all the pbople.J I have
no pledge except to aerve them. I
have no object except to promote s*'fl
their welfare." : - vil
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Davis Congratnlates Coolidge on
^oHdge ^ t e piw^
**Tu this hour or defeat let me
thank you again for your assistance
and support. We have mimeje data
and open fight and can accept the
ri^l'.wKtadt bitterness.^. J : y V
MRS. PARKER HOSTESS
TO LOCAL Uj D. C.
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Mrs. J. W. Parker entertained the ".'/
members "of the U. D. C., at one of
th^ 'most. delightful and interesting
meetings ever enjoyed by the local
chapter, on Thursday afternoon at
hefjpalatW heme ttC*Cfturd| street [
Mrs. J. H. Darden, president, open
ed the meeting after which tip usual
business was transacted. ?.
This was the annual business meet
ing and the election pf officers re-.-g?
suite! as followsipgfepT
Vice president?Mrs. D. S. Morrill. I
After a splendid account by Mrs. ^
*0. Holden if the state conven
tion recently -held in" Ttodcy Hount,
the following progippLwas enjoyed:
" I^isto ol: tl^e Stos a^d Bar^"^ read
The soul stirring song .uf the south
program to a close. . B9S|
hrtntiigfl tTutn Ihllfjrf LAr a.
had been attractively decorated for
I * ^
candles were in silver holders ?>?>
-sistet of deudous rut ?<t
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