The Hoke County News
The Hoke County Journal
VOLUME XL NO. 23
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THURSDAY, NOV. 8th, 1945
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NEWS or OUR
tj rharlp Edwin Maness has
returned to the States after a sec
ond tour of duty overseas and has
been separated from the service.
Sgt. William Dickson is visiting
relatives in Raeford this week. He
has just returned from the Euro
pean theatre of operations where
he was assigned to the headquarters
of the 7th army.
Worth English, CM 1-c, has re
turned home from the Pacific and
has received a discharge from the
navy. He arrived in Raeford last
Zane Grey Norton of the navy, has
been assigned to the USS Samar as
an electricians mate and is stationed
near Shanghai, China.
WamlH Oillis. who has been
stationed at Catrp Croft, South Caro- I
lin will leave this weeK tor
dianapolis, Ind., where he will be
given clerical training. Pvt. Gillis
spent the past week end nere win
Sgt. Billie Crawley, who has re
cently returned from two years ser
vice overseas, has received a dis
charge from the army under the ,
point system. Me was wim me rirsi
army when they landed in Norman-
dy and has been awarded the ETO AUon pQ McLauchlin: M. F. tity of non-tax paid liquor and with tive t the same rate as the three ford Methodist church. Burial was t f d Jf ?u, dnamTage. to .t,mber fd
ribbon with five battle stars e Livingston, Stonewall: G L. Liv- assaulting a colored woman. I ad-'acres. Jin Dundarrach cemetery. , owned by T. B. Upchurch. Inc. Also,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ; -inzston stonewall; C. H. Dove, Mc-'dition to the one year given him' An interesting comparison which! The many floral tributes were ! s'1" a"Tth" f'e stertinS ? a hB.n
Crawley. Lauchlin. ,by Judge McDiarmid McDiarmid, . may to some extent explain the dif- (beautiful and profuse showing the ; 'JLi",X ,.-n h"" townJnip almos:
I M. M. Thompson, Quewhiffle: Leo- Ray has a two year sentence wait- . ference in yield of the two varieties high esteem in which Mrs. Maxwell j ''el rum 1 Iarg 'I ,
Harold McDiarmid of the navy rard McB-yde, Ouewhiffle: J. T. ing for him. This is a suspended. is the fact that Dr. Moore discov-lwas held by her many thoughtful jjg p"s 0 a 1 . a L n
is spending a leave here with his Roberson, Ouewhiffle: Neill D. Over--sentence he got in Federal couriered by counting that there were friends. ' ' " , ' e. .
Sgt. George Lester of Camp Shel
by, Miss., camp home last Saturday
and is with his family here.
Pfr Paul Sanders was recently
discharged fron the Marine Corps
t Camp Lejeune and is at home.
Private Raymond A. Teal is work- I
ing as a clerk in the surgeons of-
fice of the 5th Replacement Depot
in the ThiliDOine Islands. Pvt. Teal I
has been n the rnilippnes since juiy
of this year.
Rev. W. L. Maness left for Golds
boro Wednesday where he will at
tend the annual session of the North
Carolina Conference of the Methodist j
Lhurcn. uunng me iwo years im
mr. maness nis utrcn yaiui ui I
frrrf anH Parkpr'n Phurchfts SDlen-
did results have been achieved.
Eighty eight persons have been re
ceived into the membership of the
churches; $18,000 has been raised on
Church Buliding funds; $1,853 has
been raised for the work of the Wo
man's Society of Christian Service,
and $1,975 has been sent in on the
Crusade for Christ. These and all
other financial items add up to a
jrrand total for the two years of $30,
998. Tommie Upchurch is the lay
delegate from the Raeford charge
to the conference.
Football Game Here
The Hoke County High
football team will play Massey Hill
here at the Armory Stadium this
afternoon at three o'clock.
Shoes And Cars
RALEIGH, Nov. 7.-Last weeks
removal of rationing restrictions and
passenger cars is indirect accordance
with OPA's policy of releasing items
from rationing as soon as supply
permits, OPA District Director Theo
dore S. Johnson said today.
Production of ration-type shoes
ha; increased greatly since V-J Day.
he pointed oul. Approximately 2E
million pairs were made in October
as against 20 million in August.
Prospects are that output for Nov
ember and December wll reach 29
or 30 million pairs, he added.
The production of !men's work
ihoes and boys and children's shoes
has increased substantially during
recent months as a result of military
cutbacks in leather, Johnson said.
Likewise, the removal of rationing
restrictions will not jeopardize es
sential transportation In this coun
try, Johnson continued. The total
number of passenger cars still In ser
vice is estimated to be 23,400,000,
more than enough to keep needed
civilian transportation going.
November Term Of
Superior Court To
Light Docket Before Judge John
Judge John J. Burney, of Wilming- i
ton, will open the November term
of Hoke County Superior Court here
next Tuesday morning. Judge Bur
ney is familiar to people of this
county, as he has appeared on the
bench here several times in the past.
The criminal docket to be tried
before Judge Burney Is light, and
contains no cases of major mature.
Largest part of the time spent on
criminal cases is expected to be in
trying the tobacco stealing cases
which were sent up by Judge Mc
Diarmid in the past few weeks.
There are six of these cases invol
ving three defendants. Only about
ten other cases are on the criminal
calendar for this term.
I he civil calendar is predominant-
ly made up of divorce cases, there
in-i""s ocvcn ui mcae iu ut ineu.
I The other five civil cases involve
j ejection proceedings, damage suits,
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The jury 1st as announced is as
fnllniurc anH in pi nrlno civ nampc nf
persons to be placed on the grand
.1 n Run ov Rtnnotiall- T1 T
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W. U. Taylor, Raeford: J.
UnTnlvrn PM. IT P M..
pi,,,,, At'h. dt h
I tor. McLauchlin: J. A. Chasnn, Stone-
I wall- W. T. Holland. Stonewall:
r-pf-rv uii-nor. '-"lewn'rne; iviu1--
rtr-n e.-f,,,. i ,tte H.ver: A. i
Jonoc TlTi.T "imhl'",
i M. P. M-T otlfh1'. in.lnrji; J,.
S'oppwpII: '"ill tnhhs. Mc-
T at-rhlin; A. C. Smith. I.ittl" Hiver:
kronen, wuewnitiie. i nomas
p ameron. naeiora; u. r. u uryam,
Ouewhiffle: J. C. Campbell. Antioch-
nenon ceasiey, sionewau; uavm
Hendnx Stonewall: M. S. Gibson.
McLauchlin: Joe Livingston. Stone -
"in, n. -iiruii. oumcwaii, j.
ILain, Kaeford: John McNeill, Rae-
Ifnrd: J. M. Dawson. Little River:
Frnest Almond. Qtiewhiffle; W. E.
.Wood, McLauchlin: Vernon Miller,
Allendale; Henry Townsend, Raeford.
iMiss Evelyn Fletcher
Dies In South Carolina
The funeral of Miss Evelyn Fletcher
who died early Monday at her
hQme jn Fletcner section of MarI.
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Tuesday at 4 o'clock by her pastor,
Kev. J. U. ferguson, assisted oy,
Rev E S. Dunbar and Rev. W. D.
Gleaton. Interment was in the
Miss Fletcher, daughter of Mrs.
Annie McKenzie Fletcher and the
late Edward G. Fletcher, grand
daughter of John S. Fletcher, -niece
of the late W. N. McKenzie, Sr.,
and Mrs. Daniel C. Roper, was gra
duated magna cum laude from Win
throp college and in 1937 was first
honor student in her class when she
was graduated from Johns Hopkins
school of nursing, receiving a schol
archin tn Western Rpsprvp nnivprsitv
(Cleveland, Ohio) where she received
he- master's degree in 1940. She
'taught units in public health nursing!
I at rhnnpl Hill anH at Rnvhnrn anH
in charge of instruction for
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nurses oi me iaDarrus couniv (in. l.j
Hlltlhp Hpalth riprvart ivpnt at ( nn.
c neaun aepariireni, ai Lon -
until October 1 when she r" -
1 because of failing heal"-'
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one is survived oy r.er momer,
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three sisters, Misses Mary, Louise.
and Gerald Fletcher, and three
,brothers j Erncst, Herbert W., and
Edwin G. Fletcher
Miss Fletcher formerly taught in
Raeford and was a very popular
member of the faculty. Her sister,
Miss Louise Fletcher, has taught in
Raeford a number of years up until
Miss Margaret McKenzie and Miss
Christine Parker, cousins of the late
Miss Fletcher, Mrs. Julian Johnson,
Mrs. Arah Stuart, Mrs. Clyde Up
church, Mrs Clyde Upchurch, Jr.,
Miss Agnes Mae Johnson and Mrs.
Hallie Gatlin attended the funeral
at the Fletcher home near McColl,
S. C. Burial was in the Fletcher
family burying ground, where the
Fletchers for over a century have
ATTEND LODGE MEETING
Cecil Dew, Neill A. McDonald and
Edwin Smith attended the Masonic
Grand Lodge in Raleich Wednesday.
UNITED WAR FUND
We are still little more than
$1000.00 short of our quota for
I nited War Fund. Ashley Heights
Community has cone over Its quota.
A contributoin of $86.00 raised by
Ashley Heights Baptist church re
ceived last week put them over
the top This Is our first contri
bution to come through a church.
The colored people are doing good
work and say they will reach their
quota by the last of the week.
Stonewall Township and the Way
side Community are having meet
ings this week at which they plan
to raise their quota. If you have
not contributed, please see the
committee for your township and
make your contribution so that
Hoke county can maintain its
100 of all War Fund Drives.
John A. McGoogan,
Lonnie Ray Off
For One Year
One of the more chronic players
for the past several years in the Tues
day morning scene at Hoke County
' papnwlpr'e ffllirt wac spntpnrwl in
the roads on two counts for six
months each to run consecutively by
Hnr Mpfflarm It n last TllPSriaV'S
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Ray, colored rran of Raeford, and(tnan ne h. on tne native corn, and
h fharffivl with Vinlatitlff IhP
Lmhthitinn iiw h having a nuan -
some time ago.
ome time ago.
A-.. H)Tr..ff: lftJ -,.U,:,
mius mi fiiiiic, Luiuim, suuiiu i
Tecf 0n q
plen of rolo contendere to
a chpree of violating the prohibition
i-.,.r oosesion of a auantity of
pon-ta-oaid' lifiuor. Sentence was
thirty days to be suspended on pay-
m-nt of the court costs.
i percy chavis, indian, who also ap-i
! peared a few weeks ago, was sen-
tonnnl tn EArva nnp vpar nn tha rnaHe
sentence to be suspended on pay- i Halloween Party Successful
ment ot tne costs of the court and I The High School building Tues-
lh:.,v Hniiarc mnnthlv trwarH thp.dav niirht. was thp srenp nf a vprv
support of his family on a charge
-f hanHnnrrpnt anH nnn.tnnnnrt
i n.k.rt n.,, pnlnrpH urn. fnim
not guilty on two charges of assault,
Walter McCrimmon, colored, was!
found gl,iity Df assaulting Flowers
i with a brick and was sentenced tojof corn, witches and black cats,
thirty days on the roads, sentence Booths of various kinds were scatter-
ito be suspended on payment of the
o .r Aiiora, coiorea, enierea
nlea of guilty on a charge of letting
his hoes run at large and damage
I . , . Dr0Dertv. He Daid the
Weldon Graham, colored man of
Scotland county, entered a Plea of
guilty of stealing a man's coat from
the bus station in Raeford. He was
fined $15 and the costs and instructed
to carry himself to Scotland county
and stay out o7 Hoke.
Former Resident Dies
Tracy Thomas Cottingham, resi
dent of Raeford for about four years
who moved to Fayetteville in 1943.
died at his home there at four-thirty
,0'clock yesterday morning following
a stroke. He was seventy-five years
ase a"d had Been in failing neaitn
for many years
runerai services win oe neia irom
lha Pirc Hintt pVinrph n Pavottp-lanH
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iwithRev Louis S. Gaines in charge.
Interment will be in Cross Creek
ppmptprv whprp (hp Tacnnip OiHpr
vuitr mis iiiicinuuii ai iiiicc u liuiiv.
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He is survived by his wife, Amelia
Baggett Cottingham, seven children.
i Worth Cottingham, Dillon, S. C, Bill
Cottingham, Morehead City, Mrs. J.
T. Green, Jr., Sumter, S. C, Ira Cot
tingham, Naval Air Station, Jack-,Tt
sonville, Fla., Mrs. M C. Shaw, Mr'
C. B. Johnson, Jr., and Tracy. Jr.,
jof Fayetteville. He has nine grand
He was "arri"d in 1900 and ha?
been an active church member and
prominent citizen of Fayetteville.
He was a member of the Masons,
Knights of Pythias and the First Bap
Homecoming At PJC
Maxton, N. C, November 4, 1945.
Homecoming at Presbyterian Junior
College is Saturday November 10. An
alumni luncheon is planned for 1:15
in the college dining hall. A foot
ball game with E. M. I. will be played
at 3:00 P. M. All alumni are urged
to attend both the luncheon and the
Doubles Corn Yield
By Changing Seed
Dr. R. P. Moore. eroD improvement
specialist from North Carolina State
.College, came in the News-Journal
office last week with a true corn
story which should be of interest to
farmers of the county.
It seems that back in corn plant
ing season Dr. Moore prevailed upon
Neill McFadyen, who was about to
plant ten acres or corn, to use some
special seed which he had and which
cost ten cents per bushel more than
the seed Neill was using. Neill plan-
ted this corn on seven of the ten
acres and treated the whole ten
acres exactly alike as far as fer- j
jtilizer, tending, etc., are concerned.!
j When Mr. Moore was in the of
fice he had just finished doing some
I counting and figuring on the above
I mentioned corn crop, which had been
gathered that day. The three acres 1
native corn produced 22.5 bushels
per acre on an average, and
Moore sent him, which was Hybrid
Tennessee Ten, produced on the sev
en acres planted of it an average of
49 1 bushels per acre. In other
words, by buying the hybrid seed;
at inc more busnei ne jncreased
l j .. .1 j . . . r ,
i II IS flKlU apprUJUir.aieiy HO percent.
Figuring the difference in cost of the
!seed and the extra costs of hand -
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inig uic nj"ui iu seeu lie inaue i3.uu
IllUnC ..i.l il. ...u.i-
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'45 percent of the native corn stalks
u-hioh hurl nrt lham V,,t
there were no non-bearing stalks in
:he hybrid fielu.
By K. A. MacDonald
colorful affair the annual Hallo-
, ween Carnival, nut nn hv thp RapfoH
OranVH Sphnnl anrf tho HnlfP pnnntv
The building was decorated with
, jack-o-lanterns. evergreens, shocks
led throughout the building. You:
could fish, guess the number of beans
in a iar. havp vnnr fnrtnnp tnlrt nlav
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I bingo, eat hot dogs, ice cream or
ca"dy. cake walk, or get in a raffle.
, There was something to amuse every-
The costume contest was one of the
most colorful of the different events
Little Johnnie Maultsby, dressed as
a pumpkin, tok the prize. Mrs.
Lentz, Mrs. Gillis, and Mrs. Poovey
C. P. Kinlaw and Hazel McLean
were the best guessers, taking the
prizes for the best guess as to the, studied. A scrap book showing a
number of-peas in a jar and the num- vailable Extension and Commercial
ber of grains of corn in one.
Mrs. Jerrv Roberts. Jr.. anil A .T
Lundav were the luckv hnldprs whr- nation on various matters of tail-'C,, . wri,er says' "National Book
the turkeys were given awav. The ci;i:2 was shown Several blue prints ef 5 is becoming a unifying force
luckv numbprs were drawn bv Lit- showing poor and good arrangement r' thf Pe"P'e of the world. If
tie Johnnie Maultsby ! of floors were also displayed at the they Z-3" be Unl'ed Through Books'
George Freeman. William Clark. ! neetings. The fact that the aver-:wc hm have taken a big step for
Janelle Snead, and an unidentified age farm home today in North Caro- 1 wam in establishing the durable
little girl were the luckv ones in the lina is worth $445, made the Hoke Peace which we desire Books open
cake walks. The last event of the i countv club women realize that there iae ,he .,ga,es of understanding a
eveningwas the crowning of the king ' is a definite need for better housing . mn"R J -inns, races and classes."
and nilPPn fmm tnp sraHpH .n!
frnm h',tiU C-.1,! Tm;
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! were crowned from the graded school ,
,and Miralyn Johnson and Lauchlin ',
I MapDonalH frnn hp hiah trKnni
jiuuiuusn anu nuiuia mi I rni ill .
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Proceeds of the carnival, which
amnnnicH tn o,:,.,)'i.. men
(complete figure next week) will be
HiviHpH Mlnallv hptu'ppn tl,p
schools and each facultv will de-
.iHa knur Ik;. ...111 W 4
in m.ore !han Iike'-V b Pent on
such equipment as the county is un
able to buy.
The faculties of each school wish , and vice chairmen of the War Fin
to thank the members of the PTA'ance Committee. The luncheon was
nnd all others who so generously , held at the country club in Southern
gave their time and talents to mnke Pines. Plans for putting on the Vic
the event a success. tory War Loan drive were made.
To Attend NCEA Meeting; j The home agent gave her assis-
Miss Marea-et McKenzie. who is j tance in planning, preparing and ser
secretary nf the southeastern dis-jving the past Mrsters Masonic ban
tripf fit NCEA, is attending the dis- quct which w:is held in the Kiwanis
t'ipt meetings in Wilmington and
Ffvettevlle todr.y r-.J tororrow.
The white schools of the county
will close at noon on Friday to en
able all teachers to attend the dis
trict meeting of NCEA in Fayetteville
Friday afternoon and evening. Dr.
Clyde A. Erwin, state superinten
dent of Public Instruction and Ed
mund Harding, noted entertainer of
Little Washington, will be the prin-1
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Post To Sponsor
The Hoke county Ellis Williamson
Post of the American Legion an
nounced this week that it is spon-1
soring the final home game on the
schedule of the Hoke County high
, school this season. The game will
De P'ayed in trie Armory ram at
j two o clock on Wednesday afternoon
I November 21 and visiting team will
be from Troy high school.
The Legion post will start an ad'
vance sale of tickets for the game
a large . d for the game ,n the
ten da. lore that tickets will
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De on- sa- ' sponsorship or tne
amc ls u- ' " ts'"
: n(n Ior lne v. Ior ",e ue"e- ,
fit ot the schov 9s' '.ill team.
MrS. H. C. !:;Well
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Dies At Uundarracn
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Mrs. H. C. Maxwell, 49, died at
her home Saturday afternoon, Nov
ember 3rd, after an illness of seV'
I Kl.. m.hii.aII . . - Unrn Un,t 01
ioa"ch aa wu.i, iavii W4inT, thp hiohwavc n,i- a tVta -t
1896, at Maxton, and was a daughter I on me nignways. uunng tne pasi
!of the late Daniel J. and Margaret Jlres. , "g from e hl6 hwa
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Funeral sen-ices were conducted at
the home Sunday afternoon by her
niclnr thoBo,- I W Mann nccictoH
i, .1,1 aa w f. M,'f uo.if
fallbearers were u. M. Hodgin, M.
U. YatPS. I. D. rOTOlS. K H. UPS-
treicn, c. c. amun, ana Joe uui-
Surviving are her husband and six
.sons: Henry of Raeford, James of the
I Army Air Forces, Eugene, Buster,
daughter Marion of Raeford, Grace
land Geraldine of Baker's Sanatorium,
Lumberton; a sister, Mrs. A. L. Mc-
.f,, urlnu"rs- a oroiner . i If the above policv was adopf,i
B- McKenzie of Raeford and one,,he higkwavs of the state w0,.,d
granddaughter, Patricia Maxwell of..r.,. -Honaio f;r n-,..
; Report For October
The twelve home demonstration
clubs of Hoke county met in Octo-
ber with an attendance nf 114. The
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demonstration was on Housing
Planning i our t arm Home. I he fact
was emphasized that the farm home,
was eii!Huo3i.eu nidi inc lumi iiuiue,
i with all the modern conveniences,
can be just as comfortable as a city
house but should be designed for the
special activities of farm life. The
various building and insulating ma-
terials were discussed as to price
iand local availability. The princi-
pies of room arrangement, sizes, and
requirements of various rooms were
I bulletins, floor plans, articles andWe;k ?J?d thf 'hemc Jlis vear f
'pictures from maeazines and infor-
in pur statp and pnnntv.
On Oili,iior i I-'li.nhpH
4 Klizabeth Parker of
v , .
i uic -i-n niuuLii;ii a uiuu
wonlon dress in the district dress re-
vue in Lumberton. Elizabeth was
i!-p pniinrv winner in the loral dress
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revue contest. -Martha Harris and
M,,rii M.K'oithn alcn attpnHpH thp
The home aSent spent the morning
of October 9 in Fayetteville whereidav
et,A inHooH tha avkiKHe at ttiA fltm.
berland County fair
On October 16 she attended
VnnH limnhpnn frr Pnnntv ph n i rmpn
Six 4-K c.i.J g.rls,
Ernestine Grooms, Elizabeth Parker,
Dorene Duncan, Mary Elizabeth Lytle
and Florence Cameron set the table
and served as waitresses. About
90 men attended the banquet.
On Saturday, October 27, Mrr.
Lawrence Poole, county chairman
,nd the home agent, vice chairman,
entertained the bond committee
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; Thp Hoke Coun, Board of Com.
missitmers in their month,y meet.
ing last week decided to irake recom-
i mendations for active steps to be
taken by the State to further con-
servation of the forests of ,he coun
tv. The following letter, written by
John McG ' hg directiorl of
. . . , .
Hon E g Ask Chairman,
Forestery Survey Commission.
Raleigh, N. C.
I am enclosing questionaire in
Forest Conservation for
Commissioners of Hoke
, Lounty. They list Inadequate Fire
Contro1 as the main enemy f the
.uwiu ui luieais, ana iiivy mart.-
the following definite recommenda
tion: "That the right-of-way of all
ipublic highways be burned or clcar-
,ed of inflammable material each
In support of the above we wish
to call attention to the fact that a
i large percent of our fires originate
uciwccu "aciuiu anu iuiiudndui
' r' . . "leM; y udII'd 'a-se
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iraui 01 irniuer ana wooas lana own-
OtlldlUr tain rait, ntin?.
- re starting from the same highway
o.artH n Tn kil,,, 1
the Moore-Hoke county line a few
years ago. All of these fires could
' haVP VlPPn nrPTTOntwl Tha Aarnan
and Rockfish railwa y wnich traver5"
Hoke count js carefu, burn
f iu( f ,,. u
our contention is that provision
Lhould be made for ,ne Slate Hj h
way Commission to do the sare
ling the past year I witnessed a fire
on the lands of Herbert McKeithan
and others and saw it cross the
Raeford-Vass road. Had this road
been an adequate fire brake it would
have saved several hundred acres
from fire damage.
We feel that what is true of Hnke
county Ts largely true of other
counties in the State, and that con-
vprtine? mir hioViu-avc fnn ft u-.
.-- ulc na-
, zards to fire brakes would do more
i ti preserve our forest than any other
( measure inai we couia aaopt.
J. A. McGoogan, County
Auditor, Hoke County.
Schedule: Monday through Satur
day, 10 to 5:30. Closed 12 to 1:00
November 11-17 U National Book
"ImTO 1 "ugn oooks. une promi
"L-.-n ly aiiernoon, INOVem-
"' "i o..v. mere win op a siory
ai tne norary tor boys r
oirls frnn thp rfth r j
lle llm -ae up. on
. ."fj afternoon iNovcmber 15.
tor children from the first through
the fourth eranV anH nn tVM
i afternoon. November 16, the pre-
nuu.ii.iuirii ditr iiiviti-u n,i a iiuiy
inese will oe at 3:30 each
There will be a number of
books on display for children
iand adults. The public is cordially
a.invl,ea 10 Vlsil ,ne 1Drary ounng
' book Week.
.New titles recently received are:
Laughing Stock. Bennett Cerf: Gen
eral Mirshall's Report. 1943-1945;
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable,
Brewer: Sixty Million Jobs. Wal
lace; Anger in the Sky. Ertz: Animal
Fair. West: Cass Timber'.ane. Lewis;
'Ever After. Thane.
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An old time Box Supper will be
held at Wayside community house on
Thursday, November 8th at 7 o'clock,
the proceeds of which will go to the
.United War Fund drive. Boxes will
be auctioned and there will be a sale
of cakes, pies and other delicacies.
The public it Invited.