North Carolina Newspapers

    Published Every 1 hursday ,
Entered as Second-class matter at
the' Post-qftice in Sparta, N. C.
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ERWIN D. STEPHEN r*, Editor
Thursday, December', iSTiosa
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Wejjj^titerstand that it has not been
custc|^^>£or the Times to be pub
lishedK^a^g Christmas week here
tofoi^ t«5 we feel sure that our sub
scribers. will not expect an issue this
week. However we are sending out
an abbreviated edition, with the hope
that you will find the New Year one
of greater hope and more prosperous
than the past. The printing of two
papers this week will allow us a
week to visit home-folks. We expect
to be back on the job the first of
the year and until then-BEST
WISHES.
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WHY WE GREET »
THE NEW YEAR
' HY do we gi*et thee, O blithe New Year t
Whet ere thy plcdjee of mirth and cheer?
Comest, knight-errant, the wrong to right ?
Comest to scatter our gloom with light?
Wherefore the thrill, the sparkle and shine
' in heart and eyes at a word of thine ?
The Old was buoyant, the Old was true,
The Old was brave when the Old was new.
He crowned us often- with grace and gift;
-IBs 'sternest skies had a deep blue rift.
- Yet straight and swift, when his hand unclasped.
With welcome and Joyance thine we grasped.
O tell us. Year—we are fain to know—
What is thy charm that we hail thee so?
Through the ether clear, from the solemn sky
The New Year beckons and makes reply:
“I bring you, friends, what the years have
brought
Since ever men toiled, aspired, or thought—
Days for labor, and nights for rest;
And I bring you love, a heaven-born guestf
Space to work in, and work to do.
And faith in that which Is pure and true.
FATHER and SON BANQUET
The Sparta Chapter of The Young
Tar Heel Farmers held their annual
Father and Son Banquet in the read
ing room of the high school building
evening, December 7
|bly the best banquet
of the organization
i attractively decorated
8, and place cards in
X miniature Christmas
_ , pr
trees indicated the places of the six
ty-one guests. Six of the senior girls
served jhe three course dinner. The
first course consisted of Turkey with
dressing and gravy, Cranberry sauce,
sweet potatoes, rice, rolls, butter, anc
coffee; second course, fruit salad
with saltines; third course, pumpkin
pie. Johnson Sanders, President of
the organization, asted as toastmas
ter and delivered ^he welcome ad
dress. Other speakers were Supt. J.
M. Cheek, Carl Irwin, Emerson Black
W. B. Collins, R. F. Crouse, Chas. R
Roe, Herbert Estep, F. H. Jackson
Will Pugh, Walter Irwin, Waltei
Weaver, and Steve Mitchell.
Music was furnished by the high
school band.
Friday morning December 15, Mist
Lambert’s primary chorus classet
participated in a contest of Christ
mas carols.
First and second grades—"Upon ^he
House Top.”; Third grade—“Away in
a Manger”; Fourth grade—“Santr.
Claus Land”. The third grade was
chosen winners and was awarded a
picture, "Morning Song” for their
room.
Monday morning the grammer ]
grade chorus classes had their se
cond contest. They sang the follow
ing Christmas songs: Fifth grade
"Joy To the World”; Sixth grade
“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear”;
Seventh grade—“Silent Nighj”. The
seventh grade won this contest also
and was permitted to keep their pic
ture which they won in the first con
test.
The senior class entertained aj the
Chapel hour Tuesday morning Dec
19, with the wollowing program;
Piano Solo—“Christmas Fantasia"
Mildred Taylor.. "Who’s Who”—Mil
dred Shores, Music—Guitar and ban
„ jo, Johnson Sanders, Bowen Irwir
Reading “Mollies Little Ram”—Mad
ge McMillan. Guitar Solo—“Moon
light and Skies”—Johnson Sanders
Guitar solo, “Hobo Bills Last Ride”
Bower Irwin; Duets- Lonesome .roar
Blues”, “Bury me Under the Weep
ing Willow Tree” by Johnson Sander;
and Bower Irwin. Songs “When thr
Cactus is in Bloom” Bower Irwin
“Sweet Jennin Lee"—Bower Irwin.
recent survey shows that pip<
lines used for transporting oil ir
tt>e United States have a total len
gth of 111,660 miles.
HEART ATTACK IS FATAL .
TO JUDGE T. W. WATSON
Winston-Salem, Dec. 19.—Judge
Thomas W. Watson, of municipal
court here, died tonight of a heart
attack. He was 62 years old.
Judge Watson, who had a wide
reputation as a jurist because of his
jfteji unconven j.ional decisions, was
J1 for about 30 minutes. He was
stricken at his home here.
For the last ten years, Judge Wat
3on had presided over municipal
court here. He was known for the
jeverity of his sentences upon vio
ators of the prohibition laws, and
anly recently announced a policy of
imposing terms of a year and a day,
co replace the federal sentences that
went out with repeal.
MONOPLANE BELEIVED
THAT OF LINDBERGHS
Wilmington, Dec. 19. — A large
-nonoplane headed north and flying
fast passed over Wrightsville Sound
nght miles from here at 10 A. M.
ind residents beleived the ship to be
hat of Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh, who
ook off from Charleston, S. C. earl
er today. The plane was at an alit
ude of approximately 1200 feet.
Reynolds Hunting Ducks
...Currituck, Dec. .19.—Dick Rey
lolds, of Winston-Salem, is in Cur
ituck county shooting ducks and
geese.
Mr. Reynolds is at Crain Gunning
x>dge at Jarvisburg.
GOVEKiMUK CALLS
BURLEY HOLIDAY
Although he expressed cognizance
of the fact that only a very small
proportion of tobacco grown in
North Carolina is of the burle.y
type, Governor Ehringhaus yester
day issued . a proclamation calling
on growers in the western part of
the State to cooperate with burlej
producers in Kentucky and Tennes
see, where marketing holidays have
been declared, by observing a vol
unteer holiday, beginning today and
continuing until further proclama
tion.
He called- upon all growers and
warehousemen in the burley belt “t<.
cooperate in this endeavor to se
cure a satisfactory solution of the
marketing situation now presenj.ed.''
Governor Ehringhaus declared he
was in sympathy with and wanted
to do as much for the burley grow
ers as for producers in the flue
cured belts.
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Sparta,
CASH and CARRY
North Carolina
JAY HARDIN
Sparta,
North Carolina
FUNERAL HOME
North Carolina
trblits forltKc Cominq Year
REEVES
Sparta,
VARIETY
STORE
North Carolina
^ast^isfiej'
for tfiG Qonumr 3€ar
SMITHEYS STORE
Sparta, North Carolina
MOTOR SALES
North Carolina
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Sparta,
B. and T. DRUG CO.
North Carolina!
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WORLD^Z^^
BANK OF THE UNITED STATES
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. f/y y/Jr, DAYS OF
''MM, CU^0yfflU/-<f«Y .HAPPINESS
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DALTON WARREN HARDWARE CO.
Sparta, N°rth Carolina
Sparta,
BANK OF SPARTA
North Carolina
SPARTA GARAGE
Sparta, North Carolina
Best IXUshcs for the lien-'Tear
Sparta,
CASTEVENS MOTOR CO.
North Carolina
Notk»—W« find that we will be an- j
able to continue tp carry notes and J
accounts, and must have payment on ;
or before Dec. 15. Alter this date
don’t be sore with us if you find your
accountor note put out for collection.
It 12-14 Sanders At Company.
!iotice—ti»e hldwardi) Transportation
will leave West Jefferson Dec. 22 at
7 a.m. Sparta 8:80 a.m. for Bel Air,
Md. For reservations write W. V.
Edwards, Darlington, Maryland.
For Sale—Two—X and 8-year-old
colts. Well matched mare and horse.
See John Choate, Sparta, N. C.
TWggJU-Ll'1'WL.j Ullll -i -11-. |« ■
Hofiee-5 will make round-tzips tc
Winston-Salem every Thursday.
Leave your order for hauling at Al
leghany Motor Sales. Wayne Hopers.
TTOWOK...
85.90 Be ward for information, lead
ing to arrest and conviction of party
or parties who entered my house Nov.
11th orllth or any. other time and
robbed me of coats, breeches, shoes
blankets, pillows, etc. and a tens.
Chauaey Hills
40—18-18
NOTICE • •
Strayed—one 8 weeks-old sow pig,
blade and white spotted. Anyone
knowing whereabouts of pig, please
notify El tie Richardson, Sparta, N. C.
NOTICE
Bring your shoe repairing to the
Sparta Shoe Shop. Good work at
reasonable prices. AH work guar
anteed.
,r~ _ BALK --
A few choice young turkey hens
and gobblers, for sale. Prices .right.
R. E. Hawthorne
NOTICE OOP EXECUTION SAXJE^
NORTH CAROLINA
ALLEGHANY COUNTY
In. .. The Superior Court—Before the
Clerk
J. Cam Fields, plaintiff,
-vs
J. Mack Osborne, defendant.
Under and by virtue of an execu
tion in attachment dirteted to the
undersigned by the Superior Court of
Alleghany County in the above-en
titled action, I will, on Monday, Jan.
lat. 1834 at one O'Clock P. M. at the
courthouse door at Sparta, sell to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
execution, ail the right, title, and in
terest of the. defendant J. Maek Os
borne in the following described real
estate, to-wit:
Being a one seventh undivided in
terest in what is known as the Jennie
Reeves'place, lying and being in said
county, Prathers Creek Township, ad
joining the lands of Eugene Transou,
E. L. Williams and others, containing
about 156 acres, and fully described
by metes and bounds in a deed from
D. C. Duncan, Administrator of W.
G. Reeves dated Dec. 1st, 1930 and re
corded in the office of the Register oi
Deeds of said county, in Book 40 Page
070 and 071.
This the 33rd. day of Nov. 1933.
R. B. McMillan, Sheriff,
By Walter M. Irwin, D. S.
. THE SPARTA GARA
IS YOUR CAR READY FOR COLD WFirara
A general motor tune-up will insure easy
peppy performance on frosty
—GILLETTE
GENERAL REPAIRS
NaTlCl
town tax books are mow ia my
collection. Please set mo at once and
taxes. The towa has oblifations
All cars are required to have
before January, 1.
1* MONTHS WltlTTK
BANTBB
$4.50 to €
Alleghany Mote
Sport*,
Heins - Sti
Funeral
Ambulanoi
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B»B
GOOD
FOOD
5-10-25 Cei
.* TAP BEER, BIG GJ
ALL KINDS of
DINNERS-SHORT
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mm Mate St,
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SPECIAL
Every Friday & Suture
Cash and Carry
Sparta,
North
DR. M. A? ROYi
Elkia, N. a
SPECIALIST
EyvBar,
and Throat
glasses mrim
SPARTA DR* C
Expert Cleaning and Pi
Work Dne Oa
Wed.. Friday* fc Sal
Satisfactory Work
We SeSeH Year
Sparta,
    

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