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ELECTIONS HELD BY CITY SCHOOL BOARC E. M. Rollins Again Made Superintendent and G. W. Knott Chairman STUDY BUILDING PLAN Board Will Anree To Some Elimina tions In High School Construc tion and Will Ask Ap j»ro\ul of Host Annual elections held by the board of trustees of the city schools last night resulted in no changes, and in cluded the rc-electicn of E. M. Rol lins, as city superintendent of schools and G. W. Knott as chairman of the school board. The board also discussed at some length the building program for the new high school and went on record as agreeing to some elimina tions in the new building in the hope and expect at ion that the Board of County Commissioners would grant this proposal. W. H. Daniel. Jr., was re-elected secretary and Henry A. Dennis vice chairman of the hoard. •Mr. Knott, as president, re.appoint ed all tin* standing committees, as follows: Finance —W. B. Daniel, Jr., Mrs. ,S. T. Peace. J. H. Bunn. Buildings and grounds, Dr. 11. A. Newell Mrs. S. T. Peace, Mrs. llenry Perry. Teacher- and salaries—Henry A. Dennis, Dr. J. H. Wheeler, Mrs. Henry Perry. Rules and regulations- Dr. H. A Newell, Mrs. S. T. Peace, A. T. Mr- Netty. The building committee appointed more than a year ago in connection with the construction program was named at that time for the duration of the project and was not changed last night. Dr. H. A. Newell is chair man. and the other members are G. W. Knott. Mrs. Henry Perry, Mrs. S. T. Peace and Henry A Dennis. The .superintendent was instructed to send application blanks at once to all teachers that they may file re quests for re-election. The hoard agreed upon the elimina tion of certain Items in the building program amounting to several thous ands of dollars, and will submit, their program to the County Hoard of Edu ce.*ion for approval and later ask the county commissioners next Monday to accept the changes so tlu.!. the con traet may be let and work proceed as early as possible. Mr. Rollins, v-ho was re-elected su perintendent. was first chosen to that office in Juno, 1923, to succeed the late .1 T. Alderman when the latte? retired. Mr. Rollins was elected coun ty superintendent in July, 1912, and Via. served continuously in each cap acity since his first elections. His re election by tire city board last night was by unanimous vote. At a latter meeting the board ex pects to receive and act on applica tion of teachers for duty next year. METHODIST BIBLE SCHOOL CONTINUES thr. mid week Bibl n school of the firs* Methodist church will be con tinued tonight at the hour for the usual prayer meeting service, which is 8 o’clock. A continuation of the study of the mysterious Book of Revela tions will be had. Dr. J. M. Culbreth, the pastor, who is leading the discus sion. had this statement today on the course bring offered: “The Great White Throne, Twelve Lesser Thrones, the Four Beasts. The Twenty-four Elders. The Sealed Book The Opening of the Seven Seals. The Font - Angels.—those are the high spots in (Ire reading of the Revela tion of -t John, tonight at 8 o'clock, First Methodist Episcopal Church. The program begins promptly at eight with n worship service. Their chap ter-* 17. inclusive, will he read by the leader, followed by comments, in terpretations, answers to questions raised by members of tire class. This ir- the second In a series of six studies in this neglected part of the Bible. Fherc are to follow' only four more readings after tonight. Every one who attends the class is expected to bring a Bible.'’ YOU Need A Builder? HE N you’re rundown, ane mic and in need of a tonic, weight be low normal, and you t'eei tired-out and weak, follow the advice of John E. Padgett of 1014 E. 16th St., Chat tanooga, Tenn., W yf who remarked: “1 became very weak, had headaches, pains in my back, and felt miserable all over. I took Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery and it was not long before I regained all my lost Strength. I have enjoyed good health since.” New sine, tablets 50 cts., liquid SI,OO. Large sire, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. All druggists. Write Dr. Pierce s Clinic, Buffalo, N. V.. for free medical advice. Good Used Cars 1934 Pontiac Sport Coupe 1935 Chevrolet Coupe. 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1934 Olds Eight-Two door touring, 1933 Ford Sedan. ’ Motor Sales Co. Phons 832. OFFICERS MAMED BY I THE ROTARY CLUB , Jenkins Makes Craft Talk; Hodge Newell, Jr., Junior Rotarian for Month At the regular weekly meeting of the Rotary Club last evening at 7 o’clock in the American Legion Hall, officers for the next club year, be ginning July 1. were elected. J. W Jenkins was made president of the club T B. Rose, Jr., vice pres ident. and E. F. Shaw, secretary treasurer with the retiring president, S. H. Watkins, the newly elected of ficers. A. T. McNeny and ,W. R. Laws forming the board of directors. At last night’s meeting. Eagle Scout Hodge Newell. Jr., wap present, being a Junior Rotarian for the month, fol lowing a custom established by the. club in having an eagle scout as a member of the club for a month. R. G Kittrell explained Rotary for the benefit of Scout Newell. J W. Jenkins made a craft talk to the club on “Petroleum Products,” and was very interesting and enlight ening. He traced petroleum from its first stages to the finished product. MAN AND WIFE HELD Charged With Removing! Mortgaged Property and j Firing Dwelling Steve Herring, colored, and his wife, I i Mary, were in jail here today await- ! ing a preliminary hearing before Re- ! colder R. E. Clements in county court f tomorrow morning on charges of I conspiracy to bum an uninhabited I dwelling on John street, the property ' of C. B. Church. The Herrings .arc said to have re moved tiieir furnishings during the afternoon Tuesday, and the house was ‘ discovered to be on fire after they left. The alarm was given and the couple were intercepted at Warrenton with a truck, carrying their household effects, mortgaged to F. B. Hight, and were returned here last night and 1 lodged in »he county jail. The war- I ! rant was sworn to by Fire Chief E. ! T. Shepherd, who found on arrival I of (he fire truck that the blaze war J apparently of incendiary origin. Rag saturaled with gasoline or kerosene W’cre found stuffed in the walls. The fire rvas brought under control be fore it had done any material dam age. to the house. Mr. Hight said today Herring had j once bought the house, and last year it was foreclosed by T. S. Kittrell, who held the moitgage. Mr. Kittrell transferred the title to Mr. Hight by a private sale, and Mr. Hight later sold the house to Mr. Church. Mr. Hight said the Herring* both had served time for liquor law' violations, and that Ire had been lenient with them a long time as to rental arrears ; and recently had ordered rhem to va ; cate th« house, which they did not rfv I immediately ’ Incendiarism is a felony under the North Carolina law. | FIDDLERS INVITED TO EPSOM THURSDAY " An Oldtime , fiddlers’ Convention • I will be held at Epsom niffrh school Thursday night at 8 o'clock, it was an nounced today. Prizes for the convention w'ill b» i $7., r >o in cash for the best band and 21 additional prizes for several other features. The Epsom High F Teacher Association is sponsoring the. convention and the public Is cordially invited (o attend. | CAN YOU ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS? Set* P*\ j/f? Four I 1- "What, does the Hebrew word sheol mean? '2. What is the A. N. P. A.? 3. Wihat is the name for the thin membrane encompassing the heads of some inants when born? 4 In w'hat church ia Extreme Unction a sacrament? 5. Tn w'hich South American country is the city of Lima? (i. In what country did the Thotmes dynasty reign? 7. Who is P. Hal Sims. 8. In what country was indigo first employed as a. dyestuff? : 9. Os w'hat country is Newfoundland a colony? lU. Name the greatest of the Roman | lyric poets. Dr. Walter Dili Scott, president of j Northwestern University, born a* Cooksville, 111., 06 years ago. Henderson Daily Dispatch SENIOR EXAMS TO START NEXT WEEK 75 Listed in Senior Class for Graduation At This Commencement CLOSING IS PLANNED Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named Together With Marshals Who Will Serve During the Finals Period In preparation for the commence ment season, senior' final examina tions will be started in the Henderson high school on Wednesday of next I week, May 8. it was announced today by Prof. W. D. Payne, principal. The sermon will be delivered Sunday morn ing. May 19. at 11 o’clock in the First ! Methodist Episcopal church by Dr. W. L. Lingle, president of Davidson Col lege. Class day exercises w'ill be held Monday morning and the finals and graduating program Tuesday morn ing. A total of 75 seniors are listed for j graduation, sr,gutty less than the 80- odd who received diplomas a year ago. Class officers are: William Youiatid Bryan, president; Ransom Harris Duke, vice-president; Nancy Royster Parham, secretary: Mary Mitchell Baity, treasurer. Miss Baity is vale dictorian and Miss Parham saluta torian. The class colors are blue and gold and the motto. “Build for char • ......... . A i irilltffifSl jjp 1 common io all body-types • 85-horsepower, V-lyp©, 8 cylinder en- V gine with aluminum cylinder heads and : dual, downdraft carburetor _jj » ' • 123-inch spiingbase for riding ease on Xt-. ... , - , .... , . a 112-inch chassis for handling ease sis common practice, nowadays, to find Ihe only difference between a Ford V-S . J two quite different automobiles sold and a Deluxe Ford V-8 is in equipment— orque-tube Drive under the same name. This difference will not in engineering .. . And even here, two • Front seat 50H" wide.. .Ample luggage run all the way from a difference in horse- major items—Safety Glass all 'round and space in all models at no extra cost power, chassis and body design to a differ- 6.00 x 16" air-balloon tires—are standard • WfildwT «iool • ence in the number of cylinders. equipment on all Ford cars at no extra cost. V,, Sleel - s P° k * "Iwdl *' ™ Ho such difference exists between one Ford Therefore, when you are choosing your * * Sieß ' body welded inlo one piece V-8 and another, l ord builds only one size 1935 car, good judgment demands you * positive brakes with 12" drums and of car with the same V-8 engine on the same check the list of features shown to the right. more braking surface per pound of car 112-inch chassis. Ihe springbase is 123 All of them are found on every Ford car weight than any other car under $1095 i inches; all passengers ride cevterpoised— built and without them no automobile can • 4 hvdtniilir- r!ra,,Ll« Q -g, between the springs in the “Comfort Zone.’' be considered a true 1935 value. shock absorbers * aul^llC FORD DEALERS OF NORFOLK TERRITORY • 17 plate battery «1| HV If (jfH AND up ’ F 0 B - Detroit- # 6 - 00x16 air-balloon tir9S HI JK II VX 4y) • Safely Glass ali round -A \y terms through Universal Credit Co. «»»'»»->»■ *A*.NG, THUaSDAY «V«N,NCS CO tC M a , A ».„OU New Fords on Display in our Showroom—Ask For a Demonstration. CLEMENTS MOTOR CO. (gM We Appreciate Your Business—Phone 437. *. | acter and not for fame, j Marshals have been selected from j the three lower grades of the high : school, chosen on the basis of scliolar | ship, and a coveted award, Prof. Payne said. The marshals assist in every way possible in all of the com -1 mcncement exercises and are the ush. : era at all commencement, programs. | They were announced as follows: Tenth grade—Anne Buchan, Edith 1 Baker, Sallic Pugh, Alma Parham. Ninth grade—LaVcrne Turner, Nel l lie Kittrell, Margaret Smith, Juanita I Stainback. 'Eighth grade—Jessie Rotii Stewart, j Gladys Sorensen Billy Dennis. JOHN GREEN KILLED; ROBERT JONES HELD w Negro Man Shot Dead Near Elmwood Cemetery Gate In Early Morning John Green, Negro, about 40, was i shot dead about one o'clock this | morning in Breckenridge street a j short distance from tire entrance to I Elmwood cemetery, and Robert Jones, i also colored, was arrested and is be ing held in jail in connection with Urn shooting. A coroner's jury empanelled by Coroner J! S. Albright visited the I scene of the killing early today and held an inquest at 4 o’clock this aft ernoon. According to information furnished by officers. Corona Jones, sister of ! Robert, came up in an automobile in which were Mary Lou Scales and oth ers, and Corena said Green slapped ! her. She said he had “been trying to i go with her.” Jones came from his house nearby with a shotgun and is said to have fired pointblank at Green the load striking him in the back. He crumpled to the street and died in stantly. Jones is expected to be held by the coroner’s jury on a charge of • killing Green. The coroner’s jury sitting at the hearing this afternoon was composed of F. B. Hight, R. M. Hester, W. 11. Windley. F. A. Gill, Herbert Jones and I F. E. Marston. i JAS. R. CARROLL, OF MIDEJLEBURG, DEAD Funeral Will Be From Epis copal Church There At 4 p. m. Thursday James Robinson Carroll, 66, prom inent citizen of near Middleburg. died | at 6:15 a. in. at his home, “Rivenoak”, ! after an illness of two weeks witlr I pneumonia. He was a native of this ; county, and was horn September 23, I 1868. in the Middleburg community, ! where he made his home practically 1 his entire life, engaging in farming. Funeral services will be held at 1 ! o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Episcopal church in Middleburg. and will be in charge of Rev. Ft N. deFoe Wagner, rector of the Episcopal WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1935 church in WJarrenton. Interment will j be in the Middleburg cemetery. Mr. Carroll was the oldest son of j James Robinson Carroll and Laura 1 Hoi 1 email Carroll, both natives of Vir ginia both of whom have been dead many years. He was married to Miss Fannie B. Alston, of Townsville, who died two and a half years ago. He is survived by one son, James Robinson Carroll 111, of Erwin; ana two daugh ters, Mrs. Thomas W. Taylor, of South Hill, Va., and Mrs. John L. Byrd, of Darlington, S. C.; also one brother, Joel H. Carroll, of Middle burg, and one sister, Miss Laura H. Carroll, of Henderson. In addition to his farming interests, Mr. Carroll had also been engaged in the quarry business. He was known not only in Middleburg but through out the county as a substantial and upright citizen, and was active in his church and community. Pallbearers for the funeral had not been announced early this afternoon. Wife Preservers a vIH ir. when making a gift of canned uit or .icily, you want the eon iner returned, wiite your name • a small piece of surgical ad vive tape. It will serve as a •minder that will not wash off. COMEDY SENSATION j coming ro ihe moon ‘iMcFadden’s Flats,’’ a satron of the season, opn,,*. ' ' ni1 ' Moon Theatre today f or a . at run. The picture has little <laj ' s thing that will appeal hm evei > comedy. bUt Mostly The cast includes Rii-haul well. Betty Furness. Walter r //"' 1 (The Virginia Judge) and And--nT Added , 0 the p t „ K , an , sode of “Law of the Wild’ . Jpi of the "Phamton Empire ’ flr?l WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE— WITHOUT CALOMEL And You’ll Jump Out of Bed i B the Morning Rarin’ to Go If you feel §our «nd aunt looka punk, don’t awalint » i 0 *”1 era! water, oil. laxative^ cand J° or ° ” and expect them to make von a^T n * A ll ** and buoyant and fu“ of «’•« For they can’t do it. Thov bowels and a mere movement th * the cause. The reason for vour 8 , 9 * ** feeling is your liver. It uhoulri pound. .Mi,uid M, Gas bloats up your stomach v!i T v>t%Ls thick, bad taste .nd yct t. a * •kin often breaks out in Cmishe, v -l 0 -’ aches and you feel down and wKYwJjfff system is poisoned. Jr w “»‘* » B'rod, old rtBTPB., LITTLE LIVER PILLS to TER 8 pounds of bile flowing freely [eel ’up and up.” They'SStS? harmless, gentle vegetable extras when it comes to making the bile But. don't ask for liver pills. Ask fop i '• Ltt e Liver Pills. Look for the &£•! Little l ,tver Pills on the red label r“ *1 J ' substitute.26catdrugstores. 0193!U.