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AID FROM KERR AND U. S. SENATORS Following on the heels of the re port of the Federal inspector here last week, which report is due in Washington today, a resolution by the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke Rap ids has been sent to Congressman Kerr and Senators Bailey and Rey nolds, asking for their aid in get ting a Federal postoffice building here. The resolution is as follows: , RESOLUTIONS of the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke Rapids, N. C., re a proposed Fed eral Postoffice Building at Roa noke Rapids, N. C. WHEREAS a second survey of Roanoke Rapids has just been com pleted by the Postoffice Depart ment which shows a decided in crease in postal receipts for 1933 as over 1932 and the postal re ceipts for the first two months of 1934 show that this increase is con tinuing and will place the 1934 re - ceipts over the required $20,000 amount and WHEREAS the administra tion is desirous of erecting public buildings at this time to stimulate private business and also at a savings to taxpayers and WHEREAS Roanoke Rapids now has two postoffices, one rent ed and the other on contract and it will be economy for the De partment to have one modern cen trally located building of its own this club now RESOLVES that our Congressman, John H. Kerr, and our Senators, be importuned to do everything in their power to , have Roanoke Rapids placed on the , proper list with the proper de partments to the end that this city may have erected a Federal build ing in the immedate future under the direction of the Public Works Administration. Public Affairs Committee of the Roanoke Rapids Ki wanis Club. By Carroll L. Wilson, PVici i I'm o n HONORING MISS SHAW A farewell party was given at the home of S. H. Story and wife Saturday night, February 24th. The party was given before the leaving of Miss Shaw on Febru ary 25. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. M. A. Bry ant, Mrs. Sally Hux, Callie Mae Lattimore, Louise Lattimore, Mar jorie Pulliam, Neomi Hedgepeth, Nellie Mosely, Agnes, Jessie, Ger trude and Margaret Wood, Annie Acree Blanche Tutor, Effie Shaw, Hazel, Raymond, Latine and Grov er Rook, Telga Pool, Eva Johnston, Mr. J. C. Riddles, Leslie Hux, Katie Wells, Lula Bell McAlister, Rosa Wrenn, Elsie Blythe, Mrs. Annie Mae and Vernie Felts, Mr. and Mrs. David May, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Hopkins, Mr. Walter Groom, Henry Ferrell, Hubert Hardison, “Speed” Hux, Henry Blue, Mr. Groom of Fayetteville, Mr. Kelly Lane of Hopewell, Va., and Dallas Reids. Music, songs and dancing were nejoyed by the crowd. Miss Annie Shaw received many lovely gifts. We used to speak of “the un speakable Turk.” But the follow ing vow, which every Turkish school child is required to repeat daily, indicates that Turks, like the times, have changed: “I am a Turk, honest and industrious. My duty is to protect those weaker than I, to respect my elders, to love my country sincerely. My ideal is to raise myself higher and to continue in the path of progress. I make a gift of my life to the life of Turkey.” Entertainment To Be Given By Aux. Of Presbyterian Friday night, March 9th, at eight o’clock, at the High School Auditorium, Mrs. H. S. Loy’s cir cle of the Presbyterian Auxiliary will present Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Purviance, of Boykins, Va., and company in a varied programe of entertainment. The programe will consist of solos, readings, double piano num bers and magic. There will be numbers, also, by a trio and the company’s accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. Purviance came to Va., several years ago from Wil liamsport, Pa. Mrs. Purviance is a graduate of Obelin Conservatory and possesses a voice of unusual quality. For several years she was soloist of the Convenant Cen tral Presbyterian church of Wil liamsport. Mr. Purviance is a magician and slight-of-hand artist. Other members of the company include Mrs. Earle Bryant and Mrs. Aubrey Williams, who with Mrs. Purviance compose the trio, Miss Rhetta Hart, accompanist and Mrs. S. H. Dodd, reader. Admission will be 25c and 10c. In 30 years of carrying- a rural route near Spring Valley, Ohio, Judson Walton, 58, boasts he out lasted 60 horses and 19 automo biles. Certified Mexican COTTON SEED No. 87— Per Bushel OUC Inch-staple will make 500 pounds lint from 1275 to 1300 pounds Seed Cotton. C. L. KELLY LITTLETON, N. C. Audits Investigations Systems E. C. Morrissttee Certified Public Accountant Green Bldg. Weldon, North Carolina Federal and State Income Tax Service j FOR SALE At Reasonable Prices BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL LOTS Located on Charlotte St. A Good Location, for those desiring to build a home in a Good Neighborhood. ArPJ Y— C. IATTHEWS At Taylor-Matthews Drug Company ■■ i 1 CABIN AT AUREL1AN SPRINGS 1 These farm boys, who are students of vocational agriculture, comprising the membership of the local Young Tar Heel Farmer Chap ter of the Aurelian Springs High School, Halifax County, built thi' log cabin for a place to hold their chapter meetings. Under the direc tion of Principal Matthews and E. K. Veach, teach* r <f agriculture, the community sponsored and furnished the logs and the boys did the building. This Young Tar Heel Farmer chapter house is similar to many other houses that are being erected in communities where vocational agriculture is taught. There are local chapters of Young Tar Heel Farmers in 175 communities with 8,000 farm boys as members. Infant Dies Cranford Bright, 3-months-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bright, of this city, died on Sunday, Feb ruary 25th. The infant is survived by, in addition to his parents, two small brothers, Perry and Bobby; two aunts, Lether Conwell and Sudie Lee Bright. Other relatives in clude Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bright, •I. D. Bright, K. H. Bright an ; Mrs. M. J. Bright, ail of this city. Funeral services were conducted from the home, with Rev. S. T. Stern officiating. HALIFAX Mrs. Don Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, Dr. and Mrs. F. W. M. White, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh House, and Mrs. Donald Mc Clure and Misses Helen Marshall, Dot Campbell and Vera Bobbitt attended a bridge shower at the home of Mrs. Jack Jones in Tillery Monday night honoring- Miss Jessie White, bride elect. Mr. Jack Tillery, of Carolina, spent the week end at home with his parents. Messrs. R. L. Applewhite, W. D. Dickens, and Charles Boykins made a business trip to Richmond last Thursday. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:45 a. m.—Bible School. H. M. Waters, Supt. 11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship. Ninth anniversary Sermon: “Keep ing The Faith In Christ.” 6:45 p. m.—Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m.—Evening Worship. Services will be conducted by the young people. Come enjoy the fellowship. V. H. GRANTHAM, Minister. An unusual cargo came into port on the Alberta Ballin recently; five thousand canaries, four thous and tropical fish and two hundred frogs. YOU’VE SEEN this statement in our ads lately—what does it mean? . . . 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