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greatest amount of good
d for the largest number,
rule, the Major May
considers the Golden Weed
bration the'most important event
H|^|^^|i8t year. The closing, of
t^g? tobacco market last September
wee equivalent to a decisively drawn
?little-front, with?"They shall not
pass"?as the battle-cry. The re
opening was identical to a great vic
tory won in behalf of Humanity.
There was economic warfare, with all
qf the attendant wreckage of the
masses. The rise of tobacco prices
marked the turning point of the tide
qf battle, and real recovery for this
? Once more men could work, and
feel that they might share the fruits
of their toil, and that their women
and children would not be the vica
rious sacrifice to unbalanced profits.
Therefore, being a patriotic unit,
mindful of human rights, we are
gratified to record our part in the
tobacco program as the most signif
icant and far-reaching activity dur
ing the past year, not forgetting our
contribution to the swimming pool,
the library, and the planting of trees
?all of which are salient services
in what our beloved President Roose
velt designates as a "Building Era"
?building, we hope, for a stauncher
"Ship of State" and more "Stately
Mansions" for the soul of Human
As the finest example of love for
the Farmville community, we would
like to call attention to the beautiful
property of Miss Tabitha De Visconti
on Main Street, willed by her to the
Major May chapter, to be used event
ually for a Community Centre. This
will be the first of its kind in North
Carolina. The announcement was
made at the Flag Day meeting, and
will go down in the Chapter History
as its most impressive and outstand
?ras highly appro
that Mrs. Lyman
Isaac Manning of
sp?ak on Patriotic
>rary work. The
n beautiful finish
Hiation from Miss
be used for Li
'hus we plan, and
ve for glorious
> American Legion Auxiliary
The unit membership is 37 and the
number of meetings held during the
past year was 9, the program relat
ing to the different phases of the
The auxiliary won national citation
for sending in membership equal to
that of last year by Dec. 31, and
the membership now stands above its
quota. Won state citation for paying
all assessments and obligations, and
the Caroline Settle Wilkes cup, the
trophy for the best attendance dur
ing the year, based on membership,
was presented to this organization at
the state meeting at Wrightsville.
Contributions are sent monthly to two
soldiers at Oteen, who are also fur
nished cheer and remembered on all
TVl n IaooI 11 >-> i 4- cnwirrt r] \Tn4t/vM.,l
AUV juvai UIUV VUDCl VCU I^IOUUIltti
Library Week, each Auxiliary mem
ber giving books to the public libra
ry. The sum realized from the 1933
sale of poppies was more than doubl
ed. Assisted in Child Survey cam
paign. Observed National Music
Week. Held Memorial services on
Memorial Day, decorating all world
war veterans graves.
Pledged to make 100 glasses of
jelly (this is to be used locally as
needed). Provided Christmas cheer,
in the way of food, for two families.
Sent winter clothing to an Oteen pa
tient's wife and assisted in enlivening
social meetings of the Post.
The officers are: Pres., Mrs. A. W.
Bobbitt; Vice Pres., Mrs. Elbert Joy
ner; Sec., Mrs. Geo. Gates; Treas.,
Mrs. Carl Tyson. Mrs. W. M. Willis,
a member of the Auxiliary, was hon
ored with the position of district
committee woman during the year.
Spanish American Auxiliary
The James Thomas Smith Auxil
iary No. 12 was organized on April
8th, 1931, with Mrs. Nonie Barrett,
eldest daughter of Captain Smith, for
whom Camp No. 17 and Auxiliary
No. 12 were named, as its first pres
Interesting meetings are held
monthly in the homes of the mem
bers from October until June. The
Auxiliary motto is "Fraternity, Pa
Officers are: President, Mrs. Pearl
Johnston; Vice President, Mrs. Car
rie Atkinson; Secretary and Treasur
er, Mrs. Pearl Baker; Chaplain, Mrs.
Nonie Barrett; Grand Conductress,
Mrs. Maud Hinson; Musician, Miss
Hold State Offices
Not only active in community pro
jects a number of the women here
have held and are holding offices in
State organizations, Mrs. J. M. Hob
good, prominent club woman, is Gen
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