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IF YOU WOULD KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON ABOUND YOU READ TIP; PERSON COUNTY TIMES—IT IS A PAPER FOR ALL THE PEOPLE OF PERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.
EFFORTS BEING MADE
TO SECURE NEW BANK
Proposed Institution Would be
National Bank With $50,000
Capital Stock and $i 0,000
The news has recently been re
leased of the efforts of several in
dividuals in Roxboro to establish
another bank here. If their efforts
are successful, the new bank will
be a National bank.
Present plans indicate that the
new bank, if organized, would be
located in the old First National
Bank building which will be re
Efforts are being made to get
people to subscribe for stock in the
proposed bank to the extent of
$50,000 capital stock and SIO,OOO
surplus. It is reported that over
half of this stock has been sub
The committee that has charge
of the selling of stock is composed
of J. W. Montague, Sr., T. Carlyle
Brooks and J. E. Kirby.
J. A. TIMBERLAKE
Fred Masten Will Have Charge
of Roxboro Office as Timber
lake Takes Over Gretensboro
Office of Geo. W. Kane.
J. Anderson Timberlake, popular
official of the George W. Kane or
ganization, has been transferred to
Greensboro and will take active
charge of the Greensboro office of
that company. Mr. Timberlake has
had charge of thq Roxboro office
for a number of years and it is with
many regrets that Roxboro people
see him leave.
Fred Masten, who has beten with
this company in Durham, has been
transferred to Roxboro and will
take charge of the office here. He
is a Roxboro native; and has many
friends in this county.
Roxboro people feel as though
they lost a fine citizen and gained
another. They really want Mr. Kane
to place both of thqpe men in Rox
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Roxboro Kiuianis Club
Dr. H. M. Beam
C. A. Bowen
Dr. J. D. Bradsher
T. B. Brooks
R. P. Bums
F. O. Carver, Jr.
G. R. Currier
R. G. Cole
R. B. Dawes
G. H. Deering
Rev. Thos. Hamilton
C. H. Joyner
O. T. Kirby
B. B. Knight
Dr. R. E. Long
B. B. Man gum
J. S. Merritt
R. V. Murray
Hugh A. Sawyer
B. B. Strum
R. H. Shelton
D. R. Taylor
Dr. B. A. Thaxton
E. E. Thomas
P. L. Thomas
Dr. E. J. Tucker
R. A. Whitfield
F. T. Whitfield
S. B. Winstead
C. B. Wood
J. J. Woody
S. M. Ford
W. R. Minor
W. G. Bradsher
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, ROXBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 30TH, 1936 USE PERSON COUNTY PRODUCTS
HAMBRICK, AUSTIN & THOMAS
TO HAVE REXALL SALE
Hambrick, Austin and Thomas
Drug Store will start their annual
August Rexall Factory to you sale
A large display ad in today’s
Times tells the story of a number
of bargains that will be offered at
this sale. Your attention is invited
to this display.
Secretary Rotary Club
Vice-president Rotary Club
Stokep County farmers liked the
old AAA committeemen so well
that they re-elected most of them
as committeemen under the new
Attorney at Law
Supt. of Dyeing
Mgr. Gen Mdse.
Att. at Law
Ins. (General )
Sec. Chamber Commence
Mgr. Men’s Dept Store
Textile Executive and Mgr.
Treasurer Rotary Club
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Treasurer Kiwanis Club
Country Club Project Appears
To Be Assured 100 Members
Approximately Ninety People,
Met at Community House
Monday Night to Hear Sub
ject Discussed and Explained.
Large number Agreed to Join
at That Meeting.
GOAL OF 100 MEMBERS
MAY BE PASSED BY
Unless something happens that
has not yet been conceived of the
country club project will be a suc
dqss. At a combined meeting of the
Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs Monday
night approximately 60 people
agreed to join the club.
A committee composed of Chas.
Harris, Jake Taylor and E. G.
Thompson wa£ appointed to canvas
the city and county to see if there
were more people who wanted to
join. This committee now reports
that approximately 88 have stated
that they would join and the can
vass has not been completed. Over
100 may be secured by Saturday.
The proposed club will be at
Loch Lily with the old club house
as the center of activities. It will
offer members bathing, boating,
fishing, tennis, golf and an ideal
place for parties and other social
The club house will be repaired,
tennis courts built and also a golf
course. Other forms of amusement
will be provided later.
From thq results attained so far
it looks like the people have want
ed a place of this kind and that they
are willing to enter with much en
Although the above report sounds
good Mr. C. A. Harris stated he
was very anxious to secure more
members at once. If you are in
terested you are requested to see
C. A. Harris, Jake Taylor or E. G.
57TH DISTRICT ROTARIANS
MEET AT ATLANTIC BEACH
Approximately 200 Rotarians and
Rotary Aims, representing the presi
dent and secretaries of the clubs
making up the 57th district, open
ed a two-day session at Atlanticc
Beach Tuesday. R. M. Spencer, Bill
Pass attended from Roxboro.
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R. M. SPENCER
President Rotary Club
R. B. DAWES
Vice-president Kiwanis Club
WOMAN’S CLUB TO
ONE PROGRAM AUG. 7
Miss Roxboro Will be Selected
From a Number of Local
Beauties and Will Go to State
FREE SCREEN TEST TO
BE GIVEN STATE WINNER
The Roxboro Woman’s Club is
sponsoring an evening of entertain
ment for Friday, August 7, at the
high school, when it will put on a
“three-in-one” program of interest
to all. For the children there will
be a Shirley Temple pageant, the
winreqr receiving a Shirley Temple
dress. The other two features are
an amateur program, open to all
who wish to compete, and a beau
ty contest in which “Miss Roxboro”
will be selected. Winners of these
events will have their expenses paid
to the State-Wide Beauty Show in
the fall. The Woman’s Club earnest
ly solicits your help in making a
success of this project. For any
further information, call or see
Mrs. R. D. Hardman.
To the child winning first place
in the Shirley Temple Parade a
Shirley Temple dress will be pre
sented. The girl that wins first
place in the Beauty Pageant will
go to the State Contest, all expens
es paid, and a free screen test. The
person winning first place in the
Amateur Contest will go to the
State Contest, all expertses pfaid,
and a radio audition over such sta
tions as WWL in New Orleans,
WLW, Cincinnati, WGN, Chicago,
111. Honorable mention will be giv
en second and third place winners
in each contest.
WARNER IS SPEAKER AT
DISTRICT ROTARY MEET
Atlantic Beach, July 29—The in
tercity banquet tonight brought to
a close the second day’s activities
of the 57h district Rotary club pres
ident and secretaries summer meet
HARVEY LONG HAS OPERATION
Harvey Long, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Martin Long, of Route one, ,was
carried to Watt’s hospital last week
and underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis on last Thursday. He is
gfetting on nicely and is expected
to return to his home soon.
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President Kiwanis Club
Secretary Kiwanis Club
MRS. MURRAY RECOVERING
Mrs. Russell Murray, of this city,
is recuperating from an appendici
tis operation which she underwent
at Watt’s hospital, Durham, on last
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Roxboro Rotary Clnb
I. O. Abbitt
E. E. Bradsher >
W. C. Bullock
D. S. Brooks
R. H. Gates
James C. Harris
Claude T. Hall
R. L. Harris
W. H. Harris
J. H. Hughes
W. R. Hambrick
G. C. Hunter
R. F. Huddleston
G. W. Kane
J. E. Kirby
B. E. Love ’
J. A. Long
N. Lunsford r<
O. B. Mcßroom
J. W. Noell
H. W. Newell
W. A. Sergeant
R. M. Spencer
M. A. Stewart ' "
H. K. Strang ,
E. G. Thompson > .
J. A. Timberlakq
C. T. Wagner
J. S. Walker
G. W. Walker ~
W. F. West
W. W. Woods
W. B. Mewbourne
W. T. Pass
H. L. Umstead
R. B. Griffin
Paul Cash well
Curtis Oakley '
S. F, Nicks
MRS. S. F. YOUNG
DIED MONDAY P. M.
Death Attributed to Old Age
and Complications. Had Been
111 For Six Weeks.
FUNERAL LAST TUESDAY
Mrs. Susie Ford Young, 77, wife
of the late Henry P. Young, died
at the home of her son, Dewey
Young, of Roxboro, on Monday,
July 27th at 3:55 p. m. Death was
attributed to old age and compli
cations; she had been in declining
health since February and had been
ill for six wdqks. Her husband died
on the 26th of February this year.
She was a much loved Christian
lady of her community.
She is survived by five sons, R.
K., E. M. Young, of Roxboro; G. A.
Young of Angier, N. C., H. D.
Young, of Roxboro, N. C., J. H.
Young, of Knoxville, Tenn. Four
daughters, Mrs. G. C. Buchanan,
Mrs. Mag Long; Mrs. Mattie
Eva Buchanan; Mrs. G. N. Gentry,
all of Person County. 50 grandchil
dren and 10 great-grandchildren
The funeral services were con
ducted at Providence Baptist
church on Tuesday, July 28 at 4
o’clock p. m. Rev. N. J. Todd, as
sisted by Rev. W. F. West and Mr.
K. D. Stukenbroke, was in charge
of the services.
Active pallbearers were: Grand
sons, Claud Buchanan, Richard
Young, Edward Young, Archie
Long, Thomas Young and Malcus
Honorary pallbearers were: G. C.
Davidson, G. W. Walker, Ed Ash
ley, C. C. Penticost, R. J. Buchan
an, Henry Whitt, C. P. Gravitte, R.
J. Whitt, B. B. Knight, L. D. Puc
kett, Frank Howard, Robert Wade,
J. Larkin Gentry, Willie Gentry, C.
L. Perkins, J. L. Morris, Walter
Dickerson, Ira Tingen, A. L. Par
ham and W. T. Kirby.
Flower bearers were: GeTaldinel
Young, Josephine Buchanan, Mel
vine Gentry, Cornelia Young, Ju
dith Long, Christine Young, Janice
Young, Janet Young, Estelle Buc
hanan, Bessie Dickerson.
Immediately following the funer
al services Mrs. Young was interred
in Providence Baptist church ceme
LINDBERGH HONORED BY
GERMAN AVIATION CLUB
Berlin, July 28 —Col. Charles A.
Lindbergh tonight was presented
with the honor emblem of the Ger
man Aero club, awarded for dis
tinguished service in aviation.
Municipal Water Works
Building material j
Cotton yarn manufacturer
Bottling soft drinks '']
Building and Loan
Rail road transportation