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STAUNTON SOCIETY
MRS. M. L. PANNELL
Mrs M. L. Pannell, visited Hot
opines Sunday. While there she
visited the Pine Grove church for the
morning services. Her son Dr. R- c.
Pannell, Jr. accompanied Mr. Pan
nell.
M1SLA^E“V N..U
Cclarama St.
VISIT RED STAR
Mrs. Effie Murray, Mr. and Mrs.
William Lawson, Mrs. Clifford M
ray, visited Mrs. Jefferies,
daughter of Mrs. Effie Murray, last
week-end at Red Star, W. Va., th
Dartv has returned after a veiy
pleasant trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lawsoii
are visiting these parts
Mr. Lawson is connected with vhe
Highway dep’t in Ohio.
BlMis”IEva Becks, was the honored
guest at a birthday tea on Dec 6th
at the home of her Pa}'en^s,.^- an
Mrs. J. H. Becks, Park addition.
MR W M. JOHNSON
Mr. W. M. Johnson of Charlottes
ville was recent visitor in the city, as
the guest of his mother, Mrs. !Sophia
Johnson and Mrs. Beverley Carter.
“T” AT BOOKER “T”
A social “T” was held at Booker
“T” Tuesday evening, a representa
live crowd attended. The proceeds
went to the school fund. Mrs. Jennu
Perkins was the sponsor.
AUGUSTA ST. M. L. CWUi^ri
Rev. A. Hall Whitgeld preached an
inspiring sermon Sunday morning,
the sermon was dedicated to the Uni
verea! Bible Sunday. The Subject waa
what is the bible, Sunday will be
Men’s Day at Augusta St. The Sun
day School continues to progius
under the Rev. W. D. Washington
popular Superintendent. The general
public is cordially invited to attend
♦ he Men’s Day services, both morn
ing and night.
INSURANCE AGENT ILL
Mr. Newman, the representative
here of the Richmond Beneficial Lue
Insurance Co. of Richmond, is in
disposed at the present. Mr. John
Bullard of Richmond is looking aftei
his work while he is sick.
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Supt. J. H. Hardy, who recently
returned from Hot Springs iiad
charge of the Sunday School services.
Rev. E. D. McCreary was in the pul
■*t for the morning at which time ne
preached an inspiring sermon. Ser
vices were also held at night, with
Rev. McCreary preaching. B. D. P. U.
was held in the afternoon. Next
Sunday will be Boys day. Rev. Mc
Creary will preach in the morning
ar.d the boys will give a program at
night. Girls day was held recently and
the boys are trying hard to beat the
girls in raising funds for the church.
MRS. MARY SPAIN
Mrs. Mary Spain of Philadelphia is
visiting friends and relatives in the
city. She worshiped at Mt Zion
Sunday Morning.
SOCIETY PLANS FOR XMAS
With the advent of Xmas just
r around the corner, many parties,
■ dunces etc., are being planned for the
holidays. Many of the collegiate set
will be at home for the holidoys. And
much “Whoopee” is expected. For
the first Xmas in many years, there
will be no public place of assembly
as the Palace Auditorium which was
burned to the ground last winter has
not been rebuilt, therefore, the affairs
will all be private.
CH1SOL1TS WILL ENTERTAIN
The popular Chisolit Club, which
has large club rooms, will entertain
on at least two occasions during the
holidays, Xmas day and New Years
day.
/ Dr. John Chiles and Mrs. Chiles,
were among those who attended the
Howard-Lincoln Football game in
Washington, Thanksgiving.
Merrs. J. H. Hardy and Frank
Woodson returned to the city from
Hot Springs, where they spent the
fall season.
Miss Marie White, a teacher in
Effinger High School, Harrisonburg
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
her sister and brother-in-law, and
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Pannell and
Rev and Mrs. R. C. Pannell.
• Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams if
New Hope, spent some of the Thanks
giving holidays in Staunton, visiting
. relatives and friends.
* Mrs. L. G. Pannell has returned
to the city from Washington where
she has spent some time recently
visiting friends in that city.
Mr. Alfred Caves, has gone to
Roanoke, where it is reported that he
will be associated in business with
Dr. Pinkard.
Prof. T. C. Edmunds and Prof.
David Crockett, have returned to
city after attending the State
Teachers’ Association that met in
Richmond last week. Prof. Crockett
also visited Tidewater while away.
He visited Portsmouth, where he
formerly taught and also Hamton,
where he was taught the guests of
Editor and Mrs. William Conklin
Brown.
The Chisolits, entertained at Their
club rooms on Thanksgiving night.
A large and representative crowd was
in attendance.
Girls Day was held at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church last Sunday. Boys’
day will be held Sunday, December
14th.
Mr. Samuel Johnson of Johnson
Street, returned to the city this
week, after a most successful tour
with the famous Silas Green Co. Mr.
Johnson, is a musician of the highest
'type. He performed in the orchestra
and with the famous quartet on the
Silas Green Show.
BATESVILLE, VA.
The Mt. View Ccurch opened Sun
day morning at the usual hour. Our
superintendent, brother J. T. Green I
turned the lesson over to our public j
school teacher, Miss Mary A. Buch- ;
anan and she taught a wonderful
lesson from Stephen. j
Sister Alice Jones took charge of
her class . All had a delightful time
at Sunday School.
We had an interesting talk from
Deacon Charlie Walkes also brother
Jett
ELKTON NEWS
After one week of revival which
was conducted by Rev. B. L. Shiflet,
was a success at McGaheysville Va.
God poured out His blessings on us
and gave us 5 to baptize and add to
the church they went to the water
valiant hearted soldiers.
Mrs. Sarah Brown passed away in
death Saturday night at one o’clock.
She leaves one daughter, Janey
Brown, three grandsons, Fred Gor
don and Floyd and eight great grand
children to mourn their loss. She was
a member of St. Hebron Street
Church for many years. She will be
laid to rest in Hill Top Cemetery
at Greenwood.
Mr. Miller Davis and wife Gene
of Boon’s Run are visiting her
mother and father of Staunton, Va.
Mrs. Mauda Davis is able to be out
again to fill her place in the church
again. Everybody rejoices at her
recovery.
Mrs. Sarah Brown was buried
Tuesday at 2 o’clock. Her funeral
was preached by Rev. E. L. Shiflet
which was a wonderful sermon. The
church was packed with friends to
mourn her loss.
Mr. Floyd Brown has returned to
Altoona, Pa., after being called to
the bed-side of her grandmother.
Rev. E. L. Shiflet has gone to Rich
mond, Va., to be with his wife he
will return to fill his post at St. He
bron Baptist Church, first Sunday in
December and the second Sunday at
Mt. Sinia, at Boon’s Run, Va.
Sister Maggie Bryant is going
! back to work after five weeks of ill
ness with fever.
Mr. Harry Williams has returned
to her home after spending several
: months in West Virginia.
Miss Fanna Lee Beck is very ill at
! her home. Her friends are praying
for her recovery.
Mr. Edward Bryant is still on the
sick list.
Our prayer meeting at Mt. Sinia
Sunday night was a glorious meeting.
God poured out His spirit on every
ore, and brought happiness and joy
in our church. We went home re
joicing in the salvation of God. Come
to our prayer meeting every Wed
nesday night and Sunday night and
have your spiritual strength re
newed.
We are always glad when they
lest go up to the House of the Lord.
We are having some cold weather in
oui community, which is in favor of
the people butchering.
HOT SPRINGS NEWS
Mrs Bessie Strother accompany
her daughter Mrs. Helen Haskins who
are spending her vacation at her
home in Charleston, W. Va. to
Covington Sunday while there she
were the guest of Mrs. Beale.
Mrs. Bell West is spending about
a week or ten days at her home in
Louisa.
Rev. and Mrs. Luke Jones royally
entertained the pastor and Church
Relief Club, Friday night
The Sunday School Teachers train
ing Course of the Piney Grove Bap
tist church met at the home of Mrs.
Mary Hickman asst. Supt. Tuesday
night.
Mrs. R. C. Pannell walked in to
Warm Springs Sunday. She was
accompanied by her son and two of
his friends who were motoring to
Hot Springs and the car broke down
on the East side off Warm Springs
Mountain and there was no telephone
noa** so they walked about 7 miles be
fore they could catch a ride to Hot
Springs.
WAYNESBORO NEWS
Miss Sallie Mae Lewis, left on the
6th to visit her mother, Mrs. Pearl
Essex Davis of Pittsburgh, Pa. whom
she has not seen or heard of until
recently for 15 years.
Master William H. Perry, son ox
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Perry, was given
a birthday party at the Aeolian Hall,
on the 5th, at which 72 children re
presented. An unusual supply of
presents were presented him. All en
joyed themselves.
Mrs. Carrie Essex arrived home
from Pittsburgh, Pa. on the 5th. The
condition of the atmosphere dis
agreed with her asthma trouble.
Mr. C. R. Perry attended service,
on the 7th, at 8 P. M. at the Mt. Zion
Baptist Church in Staunton.
iurs. rv. yv . opears was in otauiituu
on the 4th, on business.
Mr. 0. A. Jordan was in Staunton
on the 8th, o business.
The News Virginia, and the city
government have coalesced in pro
jects for deviating the suffering of
destitute families here. An employ
ment Bureau has been established
for the registering of non-employed
men and women. Up to the 8th, 195
had been enlisted. The outcome for
the- near future seems bright—r-God
will provide.
Services at Shilo on the 7th were
excellent. The Sunday School was
well attended. Supt W. M. Murray,
Sr., presided. The monhly report of
the secretary and treasurer will be
submitted on the 14th.
Dr. C. H. Harris, Pastor, preached
two soul stirring sermons from Psa.
122:2, and Acts 26:2. A fine and
appreciative audience witnessed both.
E.BENEZER baptist church
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA,
Sunday School was held at 9:30,
with Mr. McKinley Bryant as Super
intendent, with a full corps of
teachers. After Sunday School, a
business meeting, with reference to
a Xmas Tree, and presents for the
children. At 11 A. M., there was a
sermon by the pastor Rev. R. C.
Pannell, and also at 7:30 P. M. after
which Baptising was held, four can
Hod tifty Savers
Retie 17,0(10
Peoples Bank Re
leases Xmas S’v’gs
The Peoples Dime Savings Bank,
the pioneer Xmas Savings Bank of
the city, released last week the
Christmas Savings for 1930. The
amount released was $7,000. While
this is not quite up to the usual
amount saved by Stauntonians, it
showed that the depression has been
evident in our city, that the spirit to
save under the trying conditions of
the past year was just as enthusias
tic.
It will be recalled that Staunton
Banks have showed the greatest forti
tude of possibly any in this section.
There has not been a single failure
in the city or county. The Peoples
Dime Savings Bank the only Negro
Banking institution in the Valley. It
has been established 19 years. The
bank has had phenominal manage
ment and grown to be recognized as
a strong institution.
The late cashier Thomas E. Jack
son, spent his life in building up the
bank. The cooperation from the pub
lic has been substantial. As one it
was stated the Negro Banks have a
hard row to travel, for instance the
white banks of the city can look for
a large percentage of the Xmas funds
to be returned thru the merchants,
but the Negro banks can only depend
on thrifty savers, as our business in
, tei ests not only in Staunton but else
where is negligible. But strange as
it may seem, the Peoples Dime
Savings Bank has a good percentage
of its Xmas savings returned, because
it has hundreds of small savers. Yet
hundreds of the dollars from this
Xmas Savings and other savings of
Negroes is spent with the local mer
chants. But much of that is returned
as many of them hire Negroes and
this money eventually finds its way
buck to the bank.
Many Negroes Shopping Early j
With the local stores chock full of
Xmas things, hundreds of our group
are to be found doing their Xmas
shopping early. The stores are oker
ing at this time the greatest Xmas
values, possibly ever offered in
Staunton. Shop early seemed to have
been well heeded by those who read
the local papers, for the past two
weeks the Staunton Tribune and
other local papers have been driving
this home to their reader^'
Next week this paper will publish
its annual Xmas number and in it
the thrifty merchants of this com
munity will tell of their marvelous
values. The readers and community
in general are implored to visit these
friendly merchants.
Former lOllr Cavalryman
Visits Staunton
Lt. J. H. Carter, retired, of St.
Paul Minn., was visitor in Staunton
on Thanksgiving Day. Lt. Carter is
now connected with the U. S. Dep’t
of Agriculture as a farm demonstra
tor in the state of Minn., he is the
only Negro holding such a position
in his state. Lt. Carter, who was the
guest of Capt. W. W. Green of this
city spent fifteen years in the service
of his country the most of his time
was spent in the famous 9th Calvary.
Lt. Carter like his friend Capt.
Green, is world wide traveled. He has
been stationed in the Phillipines, help
to put down the Mexican rebellion
and knows also of the wet and cold
trenches of No mans land. After the
worlds war Lt. Carter was sent to the
Univ. of Minn, by the Government
and took Agriculture and since finish
ing the course at Minn., has spent
the most of his time in that state as
a farm demonstrator. Lt. Carter
graduated from the University of
Minn., in 1923.
While* in f ho niff* 0(1 4-lw.
W. W. Green; Lt. Carter was the
guest of honor at two brilliant;
social functions. On Thanksgiving
day he feasted at the palatial home 1
of Mr. and Mrs. Kramers on Tams |
St., where the conventional turkey
with all its embellishments was the
order of the day. Those wso were in
vited to attend the dinner at Mr. and
Mrs. Kramers’ were: Mrs. Alfred
Caves, Mrs. John Miller, Mr. Bolden
Geern, Capt. Green, and the host and
hotesss. On the following night Capt.
Green entertained at a “Boots and
Spurs” party at his beautiful home
on Park Boulevard where Mrs. Lena
McFerson was the hostess for her
brother Capt. Green. Those invited
to attend the “Boots and Spurs”
party were: Mr. and Mrs. E. Kram
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshall Mr.
and Mrs. McKinley Bryant, Dr. and
Mrs. C- J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Shorts, Mr Richard Scott, Prof,
and Mrs. Wm. Knox, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Caves, Mr. Earl Henry, Edi
tor William Conklin Brown, Dr. and
Mrs. Staurt Scott, Dr. 00- W. Mar
shall, Mrs. Anna Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Dunnings, Mr. and Mrs
John Miller, Miss C. Pryor. The
party lasted until the Wee-Snaa
hours of the morning. Lt. Carter left
the next day for St- Paul, express
ing his pleasure in the hospitality of
the Staunton people and his host and
hostess. He expects to pass thru the
Valley again in the early part of
the New Year at which time he hopes
to visit the Natural Bridge, the Cav
erns and other places of interest
near-by.
didates were baptised, they were:
Helen Burke, Mary, Portia Brown
and two other children whose names
we failed to get. The Men’s Day
Dollar rally was quite a success. Mr.
M. L. Brown, former Supt. presided
at the collection table for the men’s
rally.
ROBERT G. SGOTT
Funeral Director
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HIS year’s winner of the
Pulitzer prize. Charles R.
Macauley, drew the above car
toon, “Enlist Under this Banner."
“He’s done,” they all said three
years ago. “Macauley wa9 a good
man while he lasted But be can’t
come back. They never do after
60."
In March, 1927. Macauley entered
a hospital and underwent a difficult
operation for tuberculosis of the
spine. For three months afterward
he lay in bed, with his drawing
board strapped up in front of him
Fighting every inch of the way.
back to health.
“I would not be alive today,"
wrote Macauley to one of his
friends, “if it were not for the re
markable advances made medically
and surgically In the treatment of
this disease."
They said he was done, out he
wasn’t A few months after he
came out of the hospital. Macauley
was drawing a cartoon a day for the
Brooklyn Dally Eagle. For tw<
years he has been turning out work
as vigorous as In the days when
«T. R.” were the best known Initial?
In the world, and he dre* a cartoon
inventing the "Big Stick.” And
now, in 1930. as be nears the age of
GO years, this man who bad William
McKinley for a godiathei and men
tor back In Canton. Ohio, and wa?
supposed to be a "has-been”—wins
the cherished honor coveted by
every cartoonist in America—the«
Pulitzer prize.
"Sur9 I’ll draw a cartoon." he1
said when the subject was broached
"I’m an old pal of the Christmas
seal. Both of us have fought tuber
culosls.”
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WARM SPRINGS, VA.
Rev. C. A. Scott, pastor of the M.
E. Church was at his post of duty
Sunday and delivered two good ser
mons to an appreciative audience.
Miss Virginia Feggons left Satur
day evening for Huntington, W. Va-,
to spend a while with her mother,
Mrs. Dora Edwards.
Mrs. Malsenia Jones, Mrs. Eliza
beth Bolden, Misses Alberta and
Madlyn Jones accompanied her as
far as Covington.
The Union Christmas tree will be
at Mt. Pisgah Church Chrictmas
night at 8 o’clock. A Christmas pro
gram will also be rendered by the
school. Our teacher, Mrs. Amie King:
will have charge of the program.
Mrs. Frances Morris is spending
a while at Fort Lewis, Va.
Mrs. May Belle Lee entertained
the Girl Reserve Club Thursday
evening, A good number was in at
tendance. Plans were laid for a
box social on the 12th of Jan. 1931.
After the business was finished a
delicious repast was served by Miss
Lee assisted by Miss Doris Watkins.
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Virginia:
In the Law and Equity Court of
the City of Richmond, the 6th day of
November, 1930.
Florine Morgan, plaintiff, against i
Wm. D. Morgan, defendant, in Chan
cery.
The object of this suit is to ob
tain an absolute divorce from the
bond of matrimony by the plaintiff
from the defendant upon the ground
of wilful desertion and abandonment
for three years and more. And an
affidavit having been made and filed
that the defendant is not a resident
of the State of Virginia, it is orderer
that he appear here within ten days
after the due publication of this or
der and do what may be necessary
to protect his interest in this suit.
A Copy,
Teste: LUTHER LIBBY, Clerk.
by Ira M. Barr, D. C.
J. Henry Crutchfied, p. q.
lyndhurst, va
Sunday School well attended,
Mrs. Fannie Thomas and children
of Harrisburg were the Sunday guest
of her brother, Mr. Awkward.
Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe of
Phila was accompanied by Mr. White
of Charlottesville also Mr. and Mrs.
James Reid of Avon 'were the Sunday
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burden.
Mr. George Madden was the guest
of his mother, Mrs. Nealia Ladden.
, VIRGINIA,
IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE OF
THE LAW AND EQUITY
COURT OF THE CITY OF
RICHMOND THE 30th DAY
OF OCTOBER, 1930.
Grady McCullough_Plaintiff
Against
Mabel McCullough_Defendant
In Chancery
The object of this suit is to obtain
a divorce,from bed and board by the
plaintiff from the defendant on the
ground of desertion. And an affidavit
having been made and filed that the
defendant is not a esident of the
state of Virginia, it is ordered that
she appear here within ten days
after due publication of this order
and do whatever may be necessary to
protect her interest herein.
A Copy Teste;
Luther Libby, Clerk
by Ira M. Barr, D. C.
J. E. Byrd, p. q.
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