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SESSION THIS WEEK -0 I -_ Superior Court began a term of Court on Monday, Nov. 25, 1935, with Hon. Marshall T. Spears, Presiding Judge. This week will conclude the present term. -o L. H. Cullom, charged with a bandonment and non-support, nol pros with leave. Percy Bell, charged with reck less driving and larceny, pleaded guilty of temporary larceny of au tomobile. He was ordered to pay costs and appear at January term of Court to show good behavior. He was allowed to pay $25.00 this term and $25.00 the first day of January, and the balance of costs the first day of March. J. R. Etheridge, Jr., charged with reckless driving, defendant asks to be allowed to withdraw appeal and abide by the Judg ment of Recorder Court. Reques. allowed and defendant ordered to pay costs of Court. Hubert Putney, charged with as sault, pleaded not guilty. He wa: found guilty and sentenced to State’s Prison for five years. R. F. Crawley, charged with liquor, pleaded guilty of unlawful sale. Prayer for judgment con tinued for 12 months on condition he pays costs and appears at the Jan., Mar., Aug., and Nov. terms of Court and shows good behavior. Appearance bond fixed at $200.00. J. C. Hayes, charged with mur der, State asks for verdict of mur der in second degree 'or man slaughter. Defendant tenders a plea of manslaughter. He was sen tenced to State’s Prison for not less than four years and not more than five years. Fred Forest and : R. B. Ivey, charged with liquor, entered a plea of nol contendere. As to Fred Forest, he was ordered to pay $125.00 and costs and sentenc ed to eight months. Suspended sentence for 12 months, must ap pear each term of Court and show good behavior. Bond fixed at $500.00. Ivey sentenced to four months. Suspended sentence and must show good behavior and give bond of $200.00 for appearance. Douglas Parker, charged with larceny, pleaded not guilty and was found guilty and sentenced to four months in jail. James McDaniel, charged with liquor, pleaded not guilty and was found not guilty. Henry Newell, charged wiin carnal knowledge, pleaded not guilty. He was found not guilty. Case as to Bastardy is remanded to the Recorder for final determi nation. $200.00 bond for appear ance at Recorder Court. Macon) Johnson, charged with attempt to commit rape, pleaded guilty of assault on female. Fin ed $50.00 and costs and twelve months in jail suspended sentence. Must appear at March and No vember Terms of Court for two years and show good behavior. If costs and fines are not paid by De cmeber 3, 1935, defendant to be confined to common jail for four months. James Thompson, charged with being drunk and disorderly and cursing on highway. The Court found that the appeal from Re corder Court was not properly , perfected in time and that case ( go off docket and sentence of Re corder Court remain in full force , and effect. Edward Daniel and Roger John son, charged with larceny, pleaded ; not guilty. Johnson was found not guilty. As to Daniel, prayer i for judgment was continued until June term, 1936 and pay one-third costs and $20 for use of Fred Hop } "Grand Champion” j OITAWA, Can. . . . Leo Carroll, 14, (above), member of the Boys’ Calf Club, broke all records in win ning the Grand Championship in the >pen classes of the Winter Livestock ’•'’air here with his 10-month old horthorn heifer, Blywood Roan .ady 23. Two first awards and a. cup vere also won in class competition. kins. Arthur Bell, charged with as sault, pleaded guilty of assault with deadly weapon. He was sen tenced to twelve months. M. H. Cotton, charged with driv ing while drunk, pleaded not guil ty. He was found guilty and fined iilOO.OO and costs and copy of Ver dict was to be sent to State Motor Vehicle Department. He was al lowed to pay costs and fine at rate of $10.00 per week. Bond fixed at $200.00 for costs and fine. Paul Evan, charged with liquor, pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and sentenced to 6 months In jail. Robert Whitney, charged with larceny, nol pros with leave. Harvey Taylor, charged with iquor, continued. -n TOWN TALK Bill Gaylord of Norfolk^ Va. spent the week-end in town with friends. H. M. Hudson, Murrell Hudson spent the week-end in Lynchburg, Va. Mrs. J. W. Gibosn of Norfolk, Va. spent several days with Mrs. H. M. Hudson last week. Miss Eugenia Rook returned to E.C..T..C. Sunday after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs. Ida Rook. T. B. Browning left Friday for Pensacola, Fla. after spending several weeks with his mother, Mrs. Sam Young. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Myrick and family spent Thanksgiving day in Erwin with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woodruff. Ralph Bounds of Fort Monroe, Va., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bounds. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rook and daughter, Margaret Anne, Mrs, I da Rook, Miss Eugenia Rook and Bruce Rook spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Margaret Robinson at Skippers, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crowder and daughter of Clarksville, Va. were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Collier. Miss Margaret Cameron of E. C.T.C. spent the Thanksgiving holidays in town. Miss Bettye Sue Buffalo of Norfolk, Va. spent several days with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Buf falo, last week. Spencer Cooke, Bernie Jenkins of Danville, Va. spent the week end in town. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Page, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mincher, Miss Etta Mincher spent Thursday in Nashville. Miss Evelyn Johnson of W.C. U.N.C. spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Johnson. Mr. and. Mrs. C. R. Collier spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. 3. A. Wicker in Lillington. Mrs. S. E. Wilson, Miss Helen Turner spent Saturday in Rocky Mount. M!V Bennie Allsbrook of Black stone College spent Thanksgiving day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. C. Allsbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parker of Jackson were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pope. Mrs. Lloyd Brsawell and daugh ters, Elizabeth Anne, Virginia of Rich Square spent Sunday with Mrs. Ida Rook. Bernard Carpenter of Charlotte isited friends here Friday. Miss Oliver Rook of Newport News, Va. spent the Thanksgiv ng holidays with Miss Catherine lines. Miss Blonnie Hodges of Norfolk /a. visited Mrs. Junie Woodruff Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Lee Kee, Mrs. Fen on Johnson visited relatives in seaboard Thanksgiving day. Misses Annette and Catherine Hodges, Virginia Lee of Garys urg spent Saturday with Mrs. funie Woodruff. Msis Hattie Mae Woodruff <pent the week-end with her grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Wood uff, near Garysburg. Mr., and Mrs. J. T. Vick and :hildi'en of Palmyra spent the veek-end with Mr. and Mrs. Mar cus Wilson. Miss Julia Stringfield of Wade was the guest of Mrs. Sam Young Thursday. Miss Helen Padgett spent the week-end in Richmond, Va. with relatives. Mi§s Mary Lela Saunders, of Suffolk, Va. spent Thanksgiving with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Saunders. 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