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-,.VOL. XLI MANNING, S. C.,- WEDNESDAY, SPEBR1,1921
COMING CONFERENCE -
FREE FROM POLITICS
Oneorwood Says International Ques
tiens Divorced From Domestic
WILL ACCEPT PLACE
-AS ONE OF BIG FOUR
Alabama Senator Thinks Delegation
Representing United States Will
Act as Unit on Disarmhment
With Task of Convincing
Others First Con
Birmingham, Sept. 12.-There
should not and can not be any party
politics involved in the coming dis
armament conference at Washington,
Senator Underwood, Democratic mem
ber of the American delegation, stated
"Partly politics should only affect
domestic aluestions," (leclared Mr. Un
(lervoo(l. "When one crosses the
three mile limit going out to sea then
the question becomes an international
Stating that he would accept a
place in the conference as soon as
President Harding's offer was official
ly, received, the Democratic leader as
serted that it was his belief that the
nations represen.ted at the conference
would ba willing to make the nee
essary concessions for an ultimate
agreement which woui(l relieve the
world of its armament burdens and
assure peace to "this and future gen
"I think the four men representing
the United States at the conference
can stand as a unit on all questions,"
he said. "The (lehgation will un
(loubtedly favor (lisa rmament to an
extent that will be ral i. its effect.
"The problem t!i-t confronts us will
be to convince the representatives
C other nations of tlie necessity, ad
visement and effectiveness of the dis
armament agreenent. Theoretically,
Inone of the great nation, af the world
today stands as an antrgonist to
peace -nd all would agree theoreti
cally that it is a w.e and proper
thing to (10 to re(luce armaments of
Washinigton, Sept. 12.-Japan and
France have formally given assent
to the American proposal that Bl3
gium and Holland, because of their
large intre-t in the Orient, be in
vited to the discussion of far Eastern
questions at the conference on limi
tation of armament. Favorable re
sponses fro mother powers are expect
ed at the state department within
the next few (lays, but no formal in
vitations will go forward to tih Bel
gian and Dutch governments until
there is unanimious agreement on the
While these negotiations are pend
img state officials are feeling out the
attitude of the other participants on
what subjects are to be considered
at the conference. The British am
bassado.,r, Sir Auckland Geddea, con
ferred with Secretary Hughes today,
and it is understoo(d the problem of
framing a conference program was
consi(lere(, althoug! there was no
indication that the embassy had re
ceiv(d (letailed instructions from Lon
(onl or th-t the secretary had formu
lated any (elnite proopsal on the
part of the A merican government.
Conf erences (f a similar nature
hnve Laken place bet weeii Mir.
Hughes and other ambassador, the
intention being to keep the negotia
tions in en informa phasve until the
views of all the, inte-restedl nationsll
ha1ve been more or. less c eearld
GnvSept, 12 ( By the A ssocI'ialtedI
Pries ) .---TheiI assembily of the leaIgue
ofI nat ionls Ltoday hear.d a great d eal
about the 11ni tedl S .es mal~ t he pr3o -
posed confterence at Washington in
Novemb~ler in1((1 cnertion wiLth the
IteaguLe wVorkC 1 on dis1farament andl
atlso, ~vithi refernce to (liticism1 in
A mer'ica3 of th~e work of the league.
It, was the mo1'st pictLuresque session,
of this meeti'g.
Srin ves:a Sastri, a native Indian
lawyer, wearinig the l'lian ((ostumie
and1( spea1k ing plerfect Inglish with
an3 (lOqu~enice rarel equa lll bty Enig-.
I ish orators5, had1( the floor3 at the
morn31in~g session. ie suiggested that
the Un31it ed States m1ight do ll somne
thligg moruie practical ha L mer330 '1 y
cri3tic ize what,. the league was doin.
er had3( failed Lto do(. lie touc(hedl light -
ly en ra1ce question in connec
tionl with mandatl:1es hinting at a dIif
ferenice oIf views on this quest ion be
tweeni Ind(ia and1( 1her sister dom311illionl
SouthI A frica, which is onelI of the
mnd3(a tory po(wers.
.Counti Gimeno11, a1 Span11ish ldlegaite,
stiiredl the Southi AmIlericans as theyI
had never before bleeni stirredl in Lthe
assemlibly dlebates by h*is prais e oif
the league's wvork. Counllt Gim1eno1(
spolke in Spa nishi which wats the fir st
ti me Lthis language was used oni the
floor of the assembly. His speech
later was tranislatedl inlto hotlh IEng
lish and1( Frenceh.
Tokyo, Sept. 12 (By the A ssociaLted
Press. )---T'he mministry of financ31e has
dlecided to send)( officials to thel
Washington conference on1 Fari Ea::st
armaments111 ill view of the (los'econi
nletion1 between armami~lients and11
Messrs. WV. I. Da:vis, George andl
Leshe indai1(l took an1 automobile ip;
through Alabalma and Georgia last
week, getting :mw ideaus on3 howv to conl
trol th b1)h)1l weevil
OPENS ON MONDAY
The College Preparatory School will
reopen Monday, September 19th. The
pupils of this school rcecive individual
instruction which is a great advantage
to a student. A pupil that is taught
how to study reaches forward with a
determination to pull to the highest
point. The Bible will be read every
morning beginning with Genesis, but
no comments. The curriculum irries
five recitytions each day. Good man
ners and courtesy will be required. A
student prepared for Clemson, passed
the four years before graduation with
out a demerit. Colleges of the State
endorse atudents as well prepared to
enter the Freshman Class. The follow
ing students from this school are leav
ing today; Miss Bonnie Beateon for
Coker College; Misa Eliza Timmons
for Columbia College; Miss Mary
Johnson for Greenville Female Col
lege; Harmon Timmons, for Clemson
College. Harmon Timmons stood the
competitive examination for the Clem
son scholarship and won which will
entitle him to four tuition for four
years and $100.00 each year.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS
Miss.Jsabel Wolfe has gone to Hick
ory, N. C., to engage in school work.
Dr. R. E. Broadway has gone to Co
lumbia for medical treatment.
Miss Lela Mars:arct Dickson left
t-is morning for Ch1icora College in
Mess Legarue Sa "'in, Charles
Gee and Ike Bagnul will leave this
week for Carolina C.lKege.
1r. C. R. Harvin returned home
last week from Spartanburg, where
he spent the sinmeir.
irs. C. W. and W. R. Barron of
Columbia, are taking a fishing trip at
Mesdames E. L. Wilkins and Selby
are the guests of the latter'.; diaughter
M~esdames R. E. Broadway and R.
D. Clark are spending today in Colum
Iiss Isabella Thom:as entertained
the Church street Bridge Club on
Miss Emily Geiger has returned
home from a two week's visit to
friends in Sumter.
The regular preaching services will
he held in the Manning Baptist church
Sunday. Public cordially invited.
The man" friends of Mrs. Kate
Gailliard will regret to learn that she
is critically ill at her home.
Mrs. D M. Bradham entertained at
a miscellaneous shower this afternoon
in honor of Miss Beulah Wilson a
Mrs. .1. W. Mims of Sumter, ias re
turned home after spending a few
days as the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Little Ida Wideman the six year old
daughter of Senator and Mrs. J. W.
Wideian had the nisfortunie to tall
and break her arm a few days ago.
Alr. C. R. Sprott left (hi., morning
for a business ttip to several points
in Georgia. He will he gone about a
mr. W. E. Reardon has returned
From Bliel: Mountain, N. C., wvhere
he spent. tei days with his wife, who
is visitir her moter, AMrs. Cauble.
Miisses .Jaune and~ Eug ina M iller have
retu rned( to their hone. ini Sumter,
aflter n visit to M isres Irenie a nd Ii elen
Mis. Chai:,. IX. Ingraim of Y t. Gilead,
N. C., is the guest of Mr. at ! Mrs. R.
I). Cothran. Mirs. Ingram wi Il be well
ircoiembered lhere as Miss Lul oInSteed.
Mr. Iiigia m Wilsoni. who has been
ca:imping near Gaorgetowvn, returned
home last week, and left vesterday
tar Columbia, where he will'complet'e
his law (oiurise at Carolina.
Rev. uandr Mrs. J. A.Eslev ietunrnedI
home Mondlay night a fter an extend el
visit in Gr-inville and other points;
they werien acom pan ied home hy M is
EnslIey, Mr. Easley's sister.
The WV. C. T. UI. met with Mrs. Fuir
nnan Bradhamo, Mondtay afternoon at
O 'Clock at thIWemionsioni of the re
iular' program the foll'owing (itllers
Iwere elected for th1e conming year:
President, Mrs. ,Jos. .Sprott, Vice Pre
ilent, Mrs. W. G. lKing; Correspond..
ing Secreta:-. M\rs. Lutce; Recording
Secretary, Alr... Fran k Geoiger; Te
surer, Mr's. Jloe Davis.
Isaae B. Hagnal was buorn Novemi
her I , 1850t, ornd died Septembher 15,
Oh, the month's are slowv to pass,
Since I saw your dlear face last;
Anad it's beeni a leng sad year,
Since yo ef ai so lonely here.
iv trysohad to understand,
Why you had to leave. me,
JBut I knowv well that God knows best.
Anad you are niow asleep-at rest,
So I shiall bravely pr:-' and wait,
'Till we shall meet at God's own gate;
Anad you wvill ;a y to me again,
Since the cotton picking has be un
the farmers are begiing to rca ize
that the cotton crop is going to be
much shorter than expected two weeks
ago. To give me idea as to how the
cotton Is yielding, Me'srs. Scar
borough and Hemicninway have picked
over eighty acres and picked out about
twelve bales. Mr. T. H-. Gentry has
picked over forty acres and picked:
sixteeki bales. Many other farmers
who operate one to three plows have
picked from one to four bales and!
some of our most conservative farm
ers declare that from sixty-five to
ninety per cent of the crop is beingi
gathered the first picking.
. In view of these facts our people
are beginning to wonder what the
laboring people who heretofore have
depended entirely on the farm are go
ing to do in the way of making a
fiveli-hood from say October fifteenth
of this year until spring of next year
as it is a certainty that the cotton crop
will be out by the first of October and
very little worik as conditions now
look ef a Iuolic nature will be avail
able. In making this statement it
certainly is not our intention to create
aI pesimistic spirit among our people,
but these.are facts to the best of our
knowledge and belief.
The Rev. Mr. Bailey of Rtock Hill,
wvho is spending sometime with his
wife's relatives here, preached a very
strong sermon to a lai'ge and atten
tive congregation at the Methodist,
church Sunday morning, using as a
text: Job 31st c'lapter and (th verse,
"Let me be weighed in an even bal
ance, that God may know my integ
rity." Mir. Bailey vi'ry foreif'ully emi
phasized the fac' that the Bible andl
the ten coiman idments were God's
scales, and that if we were not very
careful in this life that when life's
works ar'e ended and we were placed
inl the scales w! would be found want
ig. lie also referred to the fact that
when this countiry went to war' with
G.'rmlany thlat theo loquiirements of' thle
army and navy as to height and
weight etc., ha.1d to be modified inl or
der to get a suflieitnt number of re
cruits and had a perfect health re
quirient been desired still more
would have been exeniti ed and if mor.
ality had been contsideed still mtore
would have been exeipted and if the
question of education had been con1
sidered even still more would limve
been exempted and th-it m-my o00kci ''.
Staie that from ai educational stand
point t-akin(,P thle armies as a whole
woull not he a t verge over thi
s'venti gradle of, outr 4mm11 on1111 schools
of today and that tihe great criies of'
tcday and the way we are livimig was
largely due to the lack o infelligelee
aId that it -was uip to the fathers in(d
mothers to start the home ttain ing ol
words to that effect.
le also preaclheIl :i vry srl - rg s'
mon Sunday ntight t t ile "ait' dome,
using Is his theme: "Refuge Iof lies,"
by the devil.
Messrs. W. R. Davis, George marl
f.eslie Tindal -n Willie Davis return-1
Ied last week from lFrt Vall'v, (ieol
git, the greatest, peac! f.-rowil'g coul
try in the souti. The'y stalte t hat this
year's peacl crop was very profitable
antd conditions are Very gool in tit
p c rowili sect ion, but that inl (0h -
(' sec'tions of Georgial conditions ll
pear '.ad. 'T'lh, -I'Corn (r-ol beiing almost
a fa ilure, till cottoll almost det'rove I
Iy the holl weevil, most of tivhe S'w
millr at a S .ndstill, mle-hlallts Inl
I most sections talking hard tiies, far
makinig some treparat ion. for
rai'fi ng live stock, etc.
Mrs. Knight Stucky, andi MIs.
Bllaney Coskiey, ;Int tle w'e-lsend
with Mrs. Sticky's lati s in ('
Mrs. W.V J. WVilkie, riturined f'romt
('lumia SunIM~ I laty, ater0'5101 spnintg some
timeti ther wI V'ithI ii her rlalt ives' tnd
Mi's. Drt. Fischer, of Charlehston, is
spemil inig someI' time wiLth her parenI'llts,
ICapt. and Mt's. .1. WV. Hro'Iadway.
Mr'. lIoy WXilliamns ot' Bsshopville,
Sunay, pellhatps muchiel to the tdelight
of' a certatin good lookinig gil.
Miss Anna Wilkie matl Mr'. Hismark~t
Godwiin splent Stunday wvith ft'iends in
It is unertodthtth'go.p
ple of' the Panla~ Se('tiont are1 mta kuin
pre'cparant ions for the ('''et ing o f -
l'a ndsome school htouse LII cost so me
titne like' five thousand dolars.
Maji. W. ,J. Wilkie spen'It se'veral
Mr I. I". WV. Tr'ulut-k of Muhias,wa
over't hier'e onet (lay last week in the' int
t('reSt oft thle live iltoc'k husiness tht~u
lhe is conne~llctedl with here. .
I orn'l tot Mr. mal0 Mris. Earnecst W\ay
one( <ir hilst week, a bounc inmg lboy.
Mrl . anld Mr is. Tom11 Bradhiam Iloft Matn
n ling. spent Sundlay with Mrll. and1 Mr's.
II. I!. Wtindhamn.
Mr . anld Mrsl'. .J. R. Endon~l and)1 family
(If Mlann11inrg, R. P. D., spenti . Sunday
heewith t'ela tiv s.
IOn lacst Wednesda y after'nooni, NMrs.
F Iloyd( of' Atlanta, miet wvith a numberh~l
41ff11 the ( mthers (If Summneiton, at the
home (If' Mi's. A. PI. HBurgess to or
gan ize'/ a TIwentietht Centurly Mothiers
C'lub. . Mrs. Floyd gav(' us a very'in
striuct ivye and( entterlta illing talk. The
object (If' tis orgaiz/ation is Lto bringi
a'bout a bet ter' r'elat ionlshi ip hiet~Vween
li he 1101 nd :l t he sI o;to c(h(tt Il((o.. tera)te
and1( p hysical) dev'louiment . of' the chIil..
ttre in (luri homes; to promoItet( c'ivic
innpr~iovements11, arid to ('o-operate with
the mn1 of' ouri t'win ill any and1( all
movewlnts that have for' their' object,
(1he w-i. iw , Il5 'l'h IIi el enn(fun.er
LOCAL HAPPENINGS Of
TWENTY YEARS AGO
September 18th, 1901
Mrs. .Jno. I. H-iaynesworth of Sum
ter, is visiting relatives in Manning.
Mr. C. P. Lesesne, bookkeeper for
Levi Bros., of Sumter, spent Sunday
President McKinley will be laid
away at his home in Canton tomor
row, and as a mark of respect to our
dead chief, we think all of the church
bells in town should be tolled at 12
o'cl)ock' tomorrow, and all business
liss Hattie Nelson of Macon, Ga.,
is im Manning on a visit to her moth
er, Mrs. S. A. Nelson. Miss Hattie
is a stenographer by profession, and
ever since she graduated she has held
a lucrative position. Her friends here
are all glad to see her home, even if
it is only for a visit.
. irie d this nmrning at 8:30 o'clock
in the. Methodist church, AMr. Glenn
Wells of Columbia, and Miss Meta
Brown of Manning, Mr. Elbert Brown
of Columbia, a brother of the bride,
was best man and Aliss M\ayme Wells,
a sister of the gror-m, was maid of
honor. The attenosnts were Mr.
J.-mle Dickson with Miss Mayme Har
vii, Mr. 1. 1. A ppelt with Miss Olivia
Ingram; Messrs. T. Al. Wells, Plumer
Clark, .). L. McLeo. and E. C. Iliorton,
.r., usheis. The bridal couple left
immediately for Columbia, their fu
Master Cha lie Rigby was host to a
Rook Party given last Frittay even
ing. Those piresent were. '.' i.ss I
'Alattie Hor'tonl, Mary Lou Blradl ev
Loise Brown, Olivia Iliorton, Cor
man A rant, Ruth Boger., Virginia
Cotrey, Pearl Iirschmann; 'Messrs.
Austmi Gerald, Manigualt Wells,
Camecron Rigby, IHugh Davis, Thomas
Ilarvin, Stoho Bradham, Kingsvood
MAbster Rigby was assisted in enter
taining his guests by his mother, who
served them a lovely ice course at th.
close of the evening.
club electe:l for the yc:r are. Pr'si
dent, Mis. A. P. Biurgess; Vice Presi
dent, AMrs. W. G. Griste; Sec., M rs.
Knight Stuckey; TrTsurer, Mrs. T.
.1 Davis. Ausic director, Mis. F-. I.
D Ingl. 'le'e next regular me'etinii.,
will be at the home iof Ais. v. G.
Giriste, Septembeir 28th at. 5 o'clock.
I'ver'y mothier who is interestedl in;
tlh .e aims, is cornli:illy invited to he
eime' a memb'r o or club.
AMrs. Kn ig-'.t Stuckey,
Your corr-cpcildent. had I 'ter-i
view with one of t'e del -gates sent to
Newberry, by the Julius A. Mood
Pst No. 35 of he American i gion
Summetitol, S. C., t) ie annual Con
vention. The followinog st t.en-nts
Ve Imade the tiip to Newherry in
a car. In is way we were enahled
to see and .iudge the di Uieit sect ion
is to thl- crop possibility. TIm coiu
ties toichdil on this trip were ('li n
1on, Sumiter. Keislaw, Richlani, lx
initon and Newherry. All these co un
'es seeimed to be hit, mighty hid lii:
not, so much as ouri iwnl sect ioi. We'
re:iid Newheiry the morning aftei
le:ving home i:ving broken the trip
bY staying in Columbia.
'lhe convention was aisuiccess both
as to t'iiigss accomplished and thie
i'joymieiit. experieiced by the vist
dele::ites. .\lau ice C. Iaumkii 40f C()
iumbia, was chosen the le:alr4 fIr th
follow~ving' yeari. lI is a tholmiehi mai
i'd one ,of the livi'st wvinms amior th
Ii' ioniaires. Ilhis policy, ais wmll a
that oif the' ingion, is 'mie otf sericeit
to nat ion anid state. We counit our
selves as nothing un iless we ein uip
boI~m the prinmciple's oft the triest
A meriieanismii, an hi!le ever' rcamIv to
shoubler thle irespoinsibil it y whichide
mioc'rc exa cts of everv\ tru liii
Ini the, d iscuioniii of noolumit ionsi~ to
bei sdopted by , the convenit ion Gemor'ge
ltiirv'y, at present under R'Iiipubicaiin
pro~tect ioni, mid I'ig'ine \'. I )mbs,a
ipiesenit iundeir the( kind carem of ai turni
key, bo0th were giveni dule an tiIimely
not ire thIiat (1hi SouthI Carin a could
and woul re'enit insult s in any fiirm
cir lash ion t hat thow-e iim c'en' th
men imighmt ('hoost to selee(
Tlheri' were' other resoliit in paisseI
teniiiing to thle bettermnit if s.ocial
tioliti('al anid moral liv in.
TIhe l'irt at N(ewherry has. aioi.
St:ate. Themy imcuiy the obl Couii
IIouise' in the c'enter' oft towii. Tlhis
Post, with theii aid oif the. iliz'ns of
N('wherry, enitermtaiined( the delegite;
from i'very part of the' State in that
grand ol style wvhich is s' idear to
every hearmt that. lbenats ini the ol
Soiit h Staite. It has bieeni said that.
goodl 1)11 Sonthern hoispitalii ty has
passed . No(t so, for in Newh e rry t he
truest k inil ever produtced still nakes
the stranger feel t hat lie is atI home
an amon11) hg fijeis. WVhait niorie cubill
oute say than thai. thei sparki of love
for Newhierry and lier pieople' has bieen
(arPried toi 'vtery hamn ilet in thle State
and there re(sts to rise imp ini her de
fense if she ever needi s it. Thllis is the
fei'ling that, we hiil as we sail good
bye to the town whuichi knows how to,
r'espec(t and cheris h the id ealIs whiich
the Legionaire cirrd with him dur
inig the days of '17 iindi '18.
We hope that ouiir I.g hin will gr'owv
anid the .Julius A . Vood PJos tat. Sum
nimron exteiids t.. ',er ve(x-se''ric
uman ini reach the inviia'sion I ~in it.
LOCAL CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED
A movement has been started for
;he organization of a Club in Manning
nd it is the intention to use as a
iucleus the personnel of the Ameri
.an Legion Post and its Woman's
The proposed name of this new or
ranization is The American Legion
iub of Manning and it is intended
hat there be admitted to membership,
i addition to the members in goodl
;tanding of the two above organiza
ions, representative business and pro- I
essional men and younger men of the!
own who were not in the Military or
The plan is to use the present Le
tion Rooms for a Club House and in
-rease the facilities as the organiza
,ion grows in numbers and its finan
It is felt ti-at such a Club will meet
t need in t1 Town in providing facili
,is usuailly provided only in larger
Powns by such organizations as the
V M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Business
u,1,. i's Clubs and Athletic Clubs.
Ve hope that this plan materializes
or besides affording recreation for
ir older citizens, it can be made to
urnish sports and games for our
"GOOD LUCK" l'AlRTY
The home of' Mr. and MIs. 1. E.
Davis was the scene of an original and
Ielightful "Good Luck Party" given
n honor of the college boys and girls
>y Mr. md Airs. Davis and Mr. .1 ack
verail. Alondhay night. The house
Xas deconated with emblems of Good
hunck. Rook and "progressive conver.
iation wvere played throughout the
'veninlg. I'uneh and delicious sweet
.'ouri'se were served.
Those present. were: Alisses Fairy
1it.ts and Catherine Iavis of Sum me'rI
oi and Misses Virginia Geiger,
Mary Sue Wilson, Catherine Arant'
larie Wells, Lida Sprott, I.eilia Mt
I)icksoni, Frances Illarvin, alry Rigby, I
\lildred Brown, and lIanny .1ames
Davis. iMessis. Charles (;'ee, Isaa
Bagnal, 13rown ie Itagnal, LIaIrens Wil- I
ion, Ralph King, Allan Jlarvin, 13ur
xess SpIott, Ildward Sprott, Glenn
1Ia r'vim, Aust in Davis, ILegare II :aivin I
Ioe Iron, Jack (erahi Ind (ha les
CLASS OlF '20 IlONOll)D
Mr. Helmns honored his (irst. eleven tl
.ade--tle class of '20 -with a
aity Thursday night. lRook was
layed, after which a delightful sweet
oIr'se \ was seIved. .\lemaories of
whool days weie revived and tliw class
polent a very jolly evening. Alir. llelms
wvas pjresinted with a lovely piece cut
:lass by tIle class, BIownie Hag.I
,(etimg as spokesm'a I. 'T'lims4, preseli
it. this reuniioii of the c:iss were:
lisses Estelle anlld erinice Allsbrook,
~a therini' A rant, MIart ha Hu rge',
Virginia Geiger', (race Ninr
moI Ise Alelveen, Alary Aletro(poil, an I
\l ar'ie elIs.Alssrs. Hrownie Ha.x
al, t'raven Bradhami, and llortoi
Rigby. MIr. anid Alris. Clareciie Sprott
lelped Mr. IHelms entertain.
IN TIll XIAGIN'lICIS 'OI'lT
Thw fillowint cases win- id by,
\la.ipjSItrat Ridgill Tuevsday m rnn -
Stat os. 1-:igene \Vilson- ch-u- -ed
withl criminlw a sa t. 'rlm n r
.'lrinig held :1111i I e magist rat th-,
aledto alow the( defenldant, topla
.,in impl ass ult, til. Hoe hl
o: 10.100 ()1 s 3rv :(dy m tlw '
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The following program was used a%
he opening exercises of the Manning
ichool this (Wednesday) morning- at
Scriature--By Rev. E'asley.
Prayer-By Rev. McCord.
Talk--By Capt. W. C. Davis.
'Talk-By Chairman of the wo-ard of
Ikducation, S. Oliver O'Blryan.
Talk--Hly Superintendent of Educa
ioll, EC. .J. Browne.
Tie teachers were welvlkoLoA to
laming by Capt. W. C. Davis ad Ii
tol, I hem that: at any time ther had
any11 4roulds'; to come to him arl he
Awouhll do his best to m1en1d thin1ars, ill
Ather words, e would be their burden
bThe-er. h teachers were gilon a
rdia I nlvit tion to attend the
urcheu r by v. .1. A 1.-slev.
In R..tv. \alecon' l 4n . . said that.
ie mer-ly w:'t(d to repeat. what Capt.
Davis ntnd R \. asleY had 1 aid and
Idd a littivl ilmo e Ii l h: .1n 1 tol ; - -,unm
le had a cari : l th-. " I: tinwo4' t')v!
--the teache'rs f'lt th-y Wanted ti g'o
;ome( wherv the(' were pl o.j v V
vonm' men in Alami :In t ha w - tim
freel honored to I:dw tihenm :i . he
tho1.1ght he klnew of :1 certaini plw4 t1i
was on hand th:at wouh( soon4 m1) to
The following If -hers W i P hive'
large of the school this vearI:
Aliss Catherine Ea'1u- ' I an a um I,
C., and Mis; Mary Thomas of "
.C., will have clhar-e of 0.th ;t
irade. irs. Bessie Losesne :tlit: Mis
allie Dixon of Blacksburg, ". ( .
Sec >nIIld grade. Aliss R ives of ;.:4 ..
hel , the third grade. Mliss RiVs is
I new teaer('n( here hut WV hp --h0
will soon feel at home. 'Alis -
well Iiuggin(s, the fourth 'rd' .\%I4s
llizabeth C skrey, the lifth u I.ra1 il.
Mrs. George Willians, the sixth '.inw
Aliss Roxie Dixon of HBkIlishu. ..
., the saventh grr.de.
The Iliigh School tL er .ir1
lis.;es Rosa Mahlafey of 1l4om.1 Pth.
Alarie Duilap of IIoreva I ohi, . in
Shlule. of Columbi:1, Mir. A. J h
4i-ds5 of ileath S rii'.s anod -
I'lhe Domne:tic S(ieme4. ' teachr'I wili
e r.!sic to:wrhers will be M!i~mss : s,
Spvmi I :-IA C:v-el Iallmwdell.
I"1'5i4'! C 111'A Ul : O N( --
Thw of* the( l-,-- . (r- ss Nur-- - i.
going tn iI sinc h r rturn1 :,) \ r m I
mo144st k rd vabe vac t io , .li.-;. Ai or
has b.e en busy makirim:" a tuerIUlosi,
surv l.\ Ther seemlls it. bek less du m
Vast ,; 'Hi4r w, L i 1 - ,I l
lact. v. 1 if lI. nv. i i4 l le s or u -h
.14 v 1c n . -l - i ph- ' y ici- % 4 . 1 -11
the s,-; , but let us h10pe t11mt peo .
Ilit Il, tuI raii h pawn141( Of
re'sist:- :11141 i -i -- )tl the t r 4h
Whi 44. i t 14 lmed th44 I
li i :: h h ld :' w ih tim' os
havinlu T. 1'. -fil thul li,wnI tl"n
fi n' I'< 4 I b iI ' I4 I.
Super\ i sor for this et 1 f44 :.'
1 :it c', w .Is' ill l: I I i s S I 1 :1t,'
.1Id .111' a n d IprIs . I I . -se f a
more Iivwn iena bi h-wr e
F I.'M i \ .TI :;I \ .
Taylor,T x- Se . . .\
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4-44 it s presidin : .'u4b4'
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t ill 144 the tim 1of the 1 444 n '.
sh o i4:. '4 e :4.4b4144 d 1 0 ho
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liiin stil aw fire,1 1I ffln t he