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400 ARE EXPECTED FOR HIGH SCHOOL Enrollment In Excels of Any in History of School Probable CHANGES IN FACULTY But Imtrurtr’rx I artrl> Same Aa ljut Year. Hill ll»> Fle\r« Trw'lk'n; Principal Afcw To !>• Trochlni Ar. fnr\>r.mfn pxs-ing the 400 mark, cr rhe srente-’ t’s history, is rx peered »hi>\ the Henderson high schoo' opens in fs'.' term next Thurs dxy Prv*t " 1' Pavne the ptincituA announced to.ls.v Final preparations f . ' the ope "mg are being made and e\ rryhtr.g «: 1 he tn readiness by the >l«te Kn«hnte:t ant sophomores will re p.'rt at 0 'rink Thursday morning, and juniors and seniors will report at 9 o'clock Friday morning Re-exarain a'ion: on junior and senior subjects will In* held nr. Thursday at 2 o'clock and foi liv. htnon and sophomore sub jects Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Prof Pavne announced. Very few changes have been made in the facility this year. The chief one was the iestimation of Prof R R Cobb a< principal and the promo tion of I’rof \V. IV Payne from coach and department instiuctor to that of principal Miss Morton will teach English in th place of Miss Hilliard. H H Powell, who is the new coat h. will teach science in the place of W. P Singleton, who resigned last venr. Mr. Merritt will teach the mathemat ics classes formerly taght by Prof. .•Payne. In all. thrro will be eleven teachers who will have classes every period of the day and the principal will ai«o teach some classes. Prof. Payne said to^ay. All other white schools in the city and conty and the colored schools in the city will open on Thursday, the same as the high school. The rural colored scools will open at a later date, not yet announced. A heavy re gistration is looked for &t all of the schools, it is nderstood. POMONA GRANGE IS 10 MEET! FRIDAY W. Kerr Scott, State Matter, To Speak at Meeting at Townsville The quar*elv meeting of the Pomona Grange the countywide unit of the farm organization, will meet at Townsville next Friday from ID 30 a m. to 330 p m it was announced to day by .1. \V. Sanders, master of the Pomona group Letters to that effect have been sent to members through out the county, signed by Mr. San ders and Geoige B. Blum, secretary W Kerr Scott, of Burlington, mas ter of the Stcte Grange, is to be pre sent an I speak A program and a business session are to be given also, and all Grange members; whether as filiated with the county unit, are in vited to attend. A basket picnic will be had at noon The local chapter with the largest percental" of attendance will keep the Pomona charter m their hall dur ing the next quarter. Auxiliary With M isses Fugleman The Y \\ A. of the First Baptist church me* Monday evening at the home of Mi o< Kathleen and Helen Fugleman on Young avenue. The meeting was opened by singing O. Zion Ha.tr ’he Y W. A song. The pre ident Gertrude Allen, pre sided over ’h'- meeting and Intro dured the object State Mission. The -cripture wan read by Ruth Hughes f- ! lowed bv sentence prayers. A paper K ar.geb m and Enlistment was given f.v IrJa’y Hughe. An original essay, T hi- Meaning of Christian Steward h.p wa bv Helen Fugleman. ftu» re-- d " u«!*.ed and two of *'.* • d of* <c having jefr for schf 01. *** o'» a', o, e w ones to fili ' P are, 7* •- or *-> elected were Za r. »*- Vvy er/.a- Vice-president. *• d A"» 4 *‘» v , ;f(f •** * , - t sj*-: fv* vee roernters to *e • » iv* :■» • i ar c o agaxmes to '*** “■ '» tjjttt* Reports *"* •/ ;>• r<x/f a *-erv)ce work f* «* * 1 0» V.t.ON '•* ' y • '/»*'*, w •/ a cor.g fol • VJ * : vy Gertrude Allen ‘c V'ni.riiei.o were served * *.» ’ *<• CVS » fit i e Avc c WaWr ended a C *OO-1 !.« .• ee« down th<‘!r •*opie*: - V» ’n» </,f,fj;er. and a •Avvea-c »/.•/*» .»».► »je. ared the fai *i’> v* ’ irjj/DrtiK>rii Overcome Paine this belter way WOMKN who get ln»o a weak, rm> down coudl l lob can hardly expect to he free frotu troubleauraa M ratal I •ymptoou" Where the trouble ta due to weak- Beae. Cardui twlpe women to g«t •tronger and thui makes it aaeter for nature to take its orderly OMraa. Painful, nagging symptoms disap pear as nourishment of the body Is Improved. Instead of depending on temporary pain pliis during the Uro* of suffer* log. take Cardui to build up your resistance Iq womaoly gilgeesta. Young West Greets Roosevelt 1 1 1 mairwiiiHllMßa 1 F ' MBiiMßUiHffli -. .vbhhP' fIEPI n . | ? 9 K r & '%** ' ■ - ; •‘ * m- - v - v ■ MMHnHiIIB v If I j. \1 ggHm t ffl9% g SLLMOTMMmmsmMMHiSiHMai^MMiHBHHHSMHSMHSIBHaMHBtI Leaving Denver. Col., sfter he had addressed State leaders at an in formal dinner. Governor Franklin IJ. Roosevelt is shown on the observa tion ear of the “Roosevelt Social” giving a parting handshake tn a group of young supporters. The Democratic nominee's message to Colorado leaders was that the United States is preparing to turn to a “new liberalism." MiDOLEBURG LOOKS FOR LARGER ROLL Increased Attendance Ex. pected When School Opens Thursday An attendance in excels of last year's opening is expected at Middle burg high school when the fall term begins on Thursday morning of this week C P. Rogers, principal, an nounced today. The first day last year showed an enrollment of 31S, and around 335 is looked for this week. Rev. P. D. Woodall, of Middleburg. pairtor of a group of Methodist chur ches in that vicinity, will be in charge of the opening exercises, and J. C. Kittrell, of Henderson, will make an address. Two new teachers have been added to the faculty this year. One of them is E. O. Young. Jr., of Kittrell. who will teach science. He is a graduate of Wake Forest College. The other is J. G. Royette. who will teach his tory and coach the athletic teams. His home is in Kenly. and he is a graduate of the Cnivcrsity of North Carolina. The past two years he has worked at Selma in the local schools. The remainder of the faculty is the same as last year. Registration was had at the school last Friday and Saturday, and th? enrollment indicated an increase over last year when the term actually gets under way next Thursday. Bobbitt News By MISS MARION WOODLIEF. Miss Annie Laurie Rowland was a visitor to Goldsboro last week. Mrs. Josie Duke Woodlieg. Mrs. T. J Kerley. Miss Luna K. Duke and Wayne Woodlief visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Woodlief. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gill had as their guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grissold of Wendell, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Pittman, and V. V. Hester of Kittrell and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. El lington and children of near Hender son. Thurston Smith left last week for Sumner, where he will be a member of the faculty of the Sumner high school Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fuller of Washington. D. C.. are spending some time with relatives here. The Epworth League of Plank Chapel, held its regular meeting Sun day afternoon at the church. Wayne Woodlief was in charge of the program, which was as follows: Song. Introduction of Topic. Talk on Origin of Bible. Ruth Gill. Talk on Books of the Bible Sallie Mitchell. Reading of minutes. Sallie Mitchell. Roll call. Jack Fuller. Benediction, in unison. Misses Margaret Brown, Hallye Brown, and Enid Kerley. visited Miss Meta Hunt. Thursday afternoon. Misses Hallye Brown. Margaret Brown, and Marion Woodlief, spent Friday evening as the guests of Mias Enid Kerley. Meosrs. Paul Kerley. James Satter white Johnny Wynne. Edwin Elling ton and Rex Woodlief spent Friday evening with C. B. Woodlief. Claude Kerley wa sthe guest of Alex Finch Friday evening. Wife Preservers « 2- j T'se red cinnamon candies to flavor the syrup for watermelon will giyt ]| £ pink pglac Henlieratmßailtj Biapnfri? Miss Kathyn Murphy of Hender son. Bill Royster anu John Stem of Oxford were guests of Miss Marion Woodlief Sunday evening. Miss Mollie S. Gill who has been visiting her brother. H. P. Gill, for the past two months left Friday night for Henderson to be tch guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moss. Miss Ella Clitton Mitchiner left Fii day for her home in Franklinton after ibeing the gest of Miss Florinc Smith for the past week. Mrs. Horace Woodlief of Hendersort, was the geust of Mrs. Thad Wood lie/. Sunday. Walter Rogers and Woodrow Breed love were viatiors in the Bobbitt com munity, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Walker were guests of Mrs. R. L. Vandyke hist week. Miss Dot Is Whitaker, of Baltimore. Md„ was a recent visitor of her aunt, Mrs. P. C. Smith. 8r K jH P" iXit ’ i&m ifll .JhS Brar JpK / - - Wmm t f llllliiiilfß^/lllill I * MvKmmM /I W llfi ■’ ? jUi mm —and raw tobaccos thave no place in cigarettes They are not present in Luckies the Raw is Seldom Mild”— so these •. • the mildest cigarette ne tobaccos, after proper aging and you ever smoked mellowing, are then given the benefit 7 of that Lucky Strike purifying process, YV7E buy the finest, the very finest ri W‘>yt h ew o rds-”Ifstoasted”. W tobaccos in all the worU-but V° "** ** tOW ° that does not explain why folks ““ “ everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest cigarette. The fact is, we never # 0 Q^p/4 overlook the truth that "Nature in T& Sr z*: tz:™7 f * a -** * h no, this explain the BIDS CALLED FOR ON NEGRO SCHOOL Will Co*t Not More Than $17,000 and be Located at Institute TO OPEN BIDS SEPT. 30 Building Will Be One Story and Have Eight C lass Rooms And An Audi torium Seating 350 To 400 Perwui been called for on the new high school building to be erect ed by the county on the site of the Henderson Institute, and will be open ed at 2 p. nv, Friday. September 30. at the court house, it was announced today by Eric G. Klannagan, local architect who has drawn the plans and specifications. TJie site has been deeded to the county school author ities by the church board that owns the Institute, and the new arrange ments was made after the burning of the administration and class room building lost spring. The church board Is also turning over to the building fund the approxi mately SB,OOO insurance realized from | Hie loss. The county is providing an additional SIO,OOO. which has been borrowed from the State, and which will be paid back at the rate of SI,OOO a year for ten years, beginning next year. The new building will be of brick construction, of colonnl architecture, and will contain eight class rooms and an auditorium seating from 3f>o | to -100. It will be a one-story strtyrTure. I It is planned to spend not more than j $17,000 on the building and its plumb- I ing and heating, with the remaining , SI,OOO lo be spent in equipping the I class rooms and the auditorium. It will be a modern school plant in every respect. hop several years past around 300 ; city and county colored school chil- J dren have been accomodated in the j Henderson Institute, with the county ! furnishing several teachers as vir tually its own obligation. It was be cause there were no facilities any where to take care of these pupils that the local authorities felt under } the necessity of accepting the offer ! of hte church board for replacing the i burned building, which from this time j on will be under local supervision, ; or at least partly so. so far as in struction is concerned. Dr. J. A. Cot- I ton is principal. Ir. making their bids, all contrac j tors will be asked to stipulate the I time necessary for them to complete Far from Political Cares it' * . - . F I - , * - - ' Sm ’■-6*. h 9 wm . , MR Emm* While Germany is in the throes of political chaos, former Kaiser Wilhelm is shown here, with no responsibility on his shoulders, taking it easy at Zandvoort, Holland's fashionable seaside resort. Behind the former ruler are his wife. Princess Hermione, and Dr. Plasman, his physician. Keen observers in Europe predict that in a short time Wilhelm or on* of his family will once more rule Germany. OR. HIGHSMITH TO J ADDRESS TEACHERS Mr.. Waddill Also on gram for Meeting To Be Held Tomorrow Dr. J. Henry Highsmith. State in spector of high senoois, will address the high school department at a joint meeting of city and county teachers to be held at the Henderson high school at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning a day in advance of the opening of the fall term. This was announced to day by Superintendent E. M. Rollins in stating plans for the teachers' gathering. \ Dr. Highsmith will address the j the building. The bidding is expected to be very keen, as already numerous calls have been received by Mr. Flan • nagan for copies of the plans and I specifications. ( TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1932 whole giouv first, as will also Mrs. W. B. Waddill. county welfare super intendent. who will outline the ef forts of her department and probably touch upon tlie problem that will confront her and the county this win ter in caring for relief cases. After these addresses and such an nouncements as maye be made, the gathering will divide into two groups. The primary and intermediates will be addressed by Superintendent Rol lins, and Dr. Highsmith will speak to the high school assemblage. Rules and regulations for the op eration of the schools during the com ing year will be distributed to the teachers. AROUND TOWN BUuide>r Case. Walter Boyd, Julian Edwards, and R. E. Moss, white, were tried this morning in police court on a charge of slander, but were found not guilty and were discharged. John nie Jackson, colored, found guilty of giving a worthless check, was fined $1 and costs. OEFICERStmr BY FOUR H CLUBS W. H. Finch, Jr., Made Pr-, ident; Program Had ' At Meeting Officers of the Vance r H clubs were elected r) * f recently held, when the ? consisted of talks „n y,. work and reports of »h ( . t . 1 lately held at State ' * the monthly meeting -,j tion, and was held at a . ' school. K W. H. Finch. Jr. of Z>b K school, was elected vice-president. Franc, l 4 .. ' * ville; second vice-j r. ..j,;,, » . ' ' Parrot. Dabney; third Estelle Mangum. OiaiV.’ .. fourth vice-president. Nv,n,. , ‘ Spring Valiev, sec ret si. R V -7* bry. Middleburg. The executive conn iitt.. , a-i follows: Helen Nelson • , - ' ley; Leonidas Hoyle, a k Parham. Dabney; Georg,- p r ' '* Townsville. The ptogiHni . named is as follows M ~,'" i.-' '* Floyd. Rachael Watkin- k , The next meeting >,i t n . , . be held on the Soturd-n third Sunday in next nvm’h up, October 22. from 3 30 t. , s and will he at Zeh Vane, p - W. H. Finch. Jr., the i.<- v ( and Early Gill reported q.f couise at State College, wi .i, v attended, and Fiosc Mabtv ie ( .,,;.*4 1 the girls county encampnc: • <, a’so read an article on th* and scope of the national F»ut li woi k. DAVIDSON MAN IS SIGNALLY HONORED Davidson. Sept. 20 Kine -m, • ... former secretary of the Dhvi- ... ( lege Alumni Association an I»ijer- - of the Davidson Publicity Bi.i.-a-j signally honored by the Mud.-r’Y,;, and college officials at a mem*.:"- held at the student assembly hour • v day. After devotional exercise.-. L r Wj. ter Lingle, president of the college , v troduced Capt. M. G. Pritchett fessor of Physical PkiucHtion wh. - bchaif of the Athletic A-sociatir.r • Davidson, for which Mr. X!i|t., n hy been an indeflatigable wmik<t. j- f sented him with a hand-nm- ni. ; clock as a mark of appreciation cz high esteem. Some men keep their word ber : ;=» no one will take it.