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THE MONROE JOURNAL. TT.IIAT. JUNE IS. 1930. EIGHT PAGES SOCIAL. rendered in a most inspiring manner the bridal chorus from Lohengrin, with Prof. Scott Hunter at the organ. CURRENT CAFITAL TOTAL I'rettv litil Muu Virginia Abernethy Mrs. J. E. Moore of Wadesboro vi- j wearinn embroidered net over ink Red her brothers. Messrs. Duncan aud !Mi:n. preceded the bridal party and Frtd Huntley, this week. lopened the rose covered gates. Next jcame the ushers: Messrs. Oscar Ab- Mrs. Pearl Hood and daughter. Miss rnethv. P. A. Wallenborn. Walter Pat Hood, of Charlotte, spent the crump and William Hardin. The wetk-end here with relative. bridesmaids and groomsmen next 'came up the aisles singly and met at Misses Martha Adams and Sarah ,n) foot of the altar, within the gates. Hudson are the guests of Miss Louise Miss Russell cf Monroe, with Mr. J. Stevens at her home In Charlotte. Brook Marsh. Miss Laura Linn Wiley with Dr. Mason Brawley. Miss Janet Misses Elirabeth Hudson. Ellie Qllinn witn Mr. stable Linn. Miss Ma Howard Hudson and Kachel Hudson Lae 0( Monroe with Mr. Hunter left Wednesday morning for Raleigh Kerr. Miss Margaret Clark wlih Dr. Where they will spend some time with p j' Abernethy. The bridesmanids Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hudson and Mrs. wvre Vely in their gowns of pink J. A. Bivens. crmrmuese made bouffant, carrying pink ostrich feather fans showered Members of Sorosis were delight- iih sweet peas. The maid of monor. full.' &.iit.-tnill.l hi Ml-., li.hll V i... . l .-. i U ".' mini ....... "v.uiss jean Asncrau vi .wui-. """iiWiU liimiam- Moore Wednesday afternoon at 4:30. preceded the bride was stiiki'iciv1' 1 1 H,1""T Resular roll call, answered by current iu:..j..OIiie fw:1 of pink t "" nmt '"" School Fund events opened the program, followed ;.,Ie salin Auj mile touched . .: ! Ceim-tei y Inn. I f.ir Sale by interesting articles by Miss Anna jilJe auJ ti.rried a green ostrica ia j I'-nltii; sseMiien(s l"iill . . 29299.60 oiair on n iisuii us uu usur mi- showered witn sweet peas ana vaney Coming Election." and "Tie-elect ion tiw j-ioom. Dr. Spencer, next Mrs. John W. Moore gave ,,..,,, , ,;le aisje opposite, v.ith h The City of Monroe, North Carolina CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET FISCAL YEAR ENDING MAY 81, 1920 ASSETS Cah Chargel to Treasurer on lVposit First Nat. Bank J. H. Hl Cemetery Trauturer ' oa Deposit First Nat. Bank Uncollected Revenue Taxes Water and Light Bills Account Receiveable I n ven I or Cemetery Lots unsold, old ground Sanitary Dept. Supplies Water Light Material t Supplies Feed on hand School Supplies on hand 7221.20 457.50 520S.77 43SC.13 5607.00 lit. 52 226.70 7790.00 50.00 109.00 317.34 834.32 4570.00 t 7221.20 457.50 13134.89 Litfivot Accrued $288.22 317.34 834.32 4570.00 1760.96 31060.56 LIABILITIES CURRENT CAPITAL TOTAL, Accounts Payable $ 8030.32 f f 8030.31 Bonded Indebtedness 357000.00 357000.00 Bond Interest Accrued 10651.25 10651. 25 biide tntted Activities.' a most cut i:i::ie lies 101 i Ji'iuims nirs. aim beautiful vouttg Mrs. J. A. Stewart s paper was Qual ifications of Voters." After the pro gram Mesdatnes D. A. Houston and J. Frank Laney entertained the club fashioned cf Duchess satin with pearl with leadings and music. Mrs. Hons- u j;imin:s. Her veil was of tulle ton giving a selection from Dickens Wj,n coronet of real la.e and orange the) church with her twin brothers. Dr. Warren Abernethy aud Dr. Horace Abernethv. Her bridal gown ThejC.ipit.il Aet 323275.52 325275.52 TOTAL CURRENT AND CAFITAL ASSETS i r,4S23.47 $336336.08 $391161.55 and Mrs. Laney singing "Le Farlate' from Faust Mrs. Moore was assisted in serving .,,) orrhi!. delicious refreshments ty tier at tractive daughter, Miss .May Moore who has recently returned from Ran-tiolph-.Mucuii College. Reporter. blossom. She earned a shower nou quet of bride's roses w ith valley lilies funding untier tne laii.e rose covered arm. witn uriuai party grouped around them. Miss Aberenthy ami Dr. Spencer plighted their troth, the impressive marriage -set vice of the Methodist church in- Little Miss Eleanor Pot ter of Shel-,olml ing the beautiful ring ceremony by is spending a few weeks with her bein.' usd by Dr. Abernethy. Imme-g'raud-pamits. Dr. and Mrs. 11 E. diately after the ceremony the bridal U urney at the Manse. j party left the church and went to the residence of the bride's parents where The Chautauqua Circle was delight- a large and brilliant reception was fully entertained Friday afternoon by held. Miss Aberenthy, the charming Mrs". C. B. Adams. This was the last bride of last evening, is a strikingly meeting for the season and the clos- beautiful our.g woman and by her ing chapters of the bonk. "A Mexican winnin- disposition and many lovely Journey," were discussed. At a pre- traits ol character has won a host of vious meeting a committee was up- friends in the short time she has liv pointed to confer with Mr. U. L. Nis- ed in Salisbury. Dr. Spencer is one bet, secretary of the Chamber of Com- of the city's leading phsiclans end merce. as to the advisability of bring- extremely popular with a wide circle ing a gas plant to Monroe. This com- of friends. Dr. aud Mrs. Spencer will mince reported that Mr. Nishet was visit New York and Thousand Islands already at work on the proposition, on their wedding trip and on their re and would he glad to co-operate with turn t Salisbury will make their the club members in ihis undertaking. Lome for the present at ill.' Yadkin The members who have lived in towns hotel. The reception following the cer vhere gas was used for cooking and eiuony m a very charininu affair, j other purposes were enthusiast ic The house was elaborately decotateu at.r.;t it and told in strong terms of lor the occasion with Dorothy Fer tile bent .'its to b" derived therefrom. Kins roses and ascension lilies. The After the program, cream, cake and beaut if ull appointed dininu room tn saited almonds were served by Misses ble, with chtny lace cover, has as cen Juani'o M cares, Jessie Harper Brown ierpi.ee gracefully arranged while and Martha a id Frances Adams. Miss rut-nations and swansonia. and was Fat Adams was a guest of the club, lighted with pink and white candles. Punch was served from a prettily Mrs nullum r,k. nn.l Miss S:n .. decorated punch howl on t he veranda, Yelsll were the charming hostesses at Delicious ice cream and cake were i .- utM-VMit throiii: bout the evening. The M,... u-i,k , i bride and gioom. Dr. and Mrs. Nen hoiior of' Mrs. Frank'welsh of Abbe- rer. 'lie bridal party and Dr. and Mrs. Tllle. On arrival, the guests were ..berentn aim out oi .o .r ....i .i..ii;,.. ,i. .. f ceived In the parlor. Mrs. Aberneih.v pci u uT-t tv iuub linn piimu, aim or, . , , i i t ... i i. n. was handsomely gowned In oichld la Welsh n,l Annie Heath ite.tie.mi satin with silver lace over-dress with o.wi ioQ oo, .,,,1 corsage of laveudar sweet peas. ancel fond cake. Ahout flftv irne.ts J. Frank Laney of Monroe black luce r.,oi,t M..tu. tiniu iv.i.k ooisatH lavetidar sweet peas, kent the score " Heath Lee. pink tartet. lace overdress. t cot sage Killarney roses. Diners re- Mrs. J. B. Ring of Bovdton. Ya.. I receivinB were Mr. and Mis. N. M Will arrive Tuesdav to visit her sister. : Redfern of Monroe black lace, pink Mrs. W. Z. Faulkner. ' l"as. - ,,!, J,' . v . . , , , of Gastonla, Mr. and Mrs. J. . ates , .... . Of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tras Mrs. Frank Morgan is visiting her; ..,;.,, ,.r a,, Mra. . t Mr. Clyde Morgan, at Hartsvllle. jCa-,e of char0,'.e and Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Snow of Greensboro. Dr. ana Mrs. Whitehead McKenzie received In the library, Mrs. McKenzie wear ing her beautiful wedding gown of Diuhess satin and real lace. Re.eiv- .,,.,- , . , ling at the door were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue Francos Lyttot, and Mr. a 0verman ,, am, m,s. R. Y. Joseph Lytton of Cheraw are vWitmg. j j Mr 3 w. ZimmM.. Mrs. Yann Funderburk. . Im' 'M;l K. L. Mallwy. ,.residing .. .... . .. - ...... ,. 'at punchbowl Mrs. C. 1. Jones assist- ,-ur. riairy orie oi utile ivo. K, i , ,. , ,iU nrttt.fn. Louise w"8 tieiierc.I Fund Deficit May 31. 1919. . Surplus May 31. 1920 32622. S 23444.3' Deficit yUy :f, ltd 9178.58 . 9178.58 Capital I. labilities In Fce4 of Capital AmIh 23850. 17 TOTAL '. $ 44004.05 $380186.25 $400340.13 llewrves For doubtful Taxes For Water 4 Light Bills . For Accounts Receiveable 978.23 144.13 147.70 1270.0S TOTAL. CURRENT AND CAFITAL LIABILITIES f 19951.63 $357000.00 $376951.63 School Fund Surplus May 31. 1919 Deficit May 31, 1919 . 2043.60 1946.94 Surplus May .11, 1920 Water, Light Power Plant Surplus May 31. 1920 . 6163.89 Deficit May 31, 1920 .. 6060.30 98.66 Surplus yUi .11, 120 103.59 Capital Surplus Current Assets and Deheits in . .Kccs of Liabilities 23850.17 23186.25 91.66 103.59 23186.25 TOTAL $ 44004 .05 $380186.25 $400340.13 The City of Monroe, North Carolina STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S KM'EIITS AX DDISlll'KSKMKXTS TWELVE HOXTHS ENDINti MAY 31. I02O, INCLUDING ALL FUNDS. EXHIBIT D RECEIPTS eneial Fund Tax Receipts Special Licenses Fees and Fines. C. S. C Accounts Receivable Miscllaneous Revenues Notes Pavable Discounted Sundry refunds Discount Received Water V Light Department Receipts t torn Consumers ... Sale of Material mid Supplies .$-. 65022.92 $., 2074.50 . . , 856.94 .., 1647.15 ... 667.88 203OO.00 . . . 31.69 16.00 ... 40134.22 3731.74 4G8S3.96 aon, Mr. Guy H. New by and daughter. Miss Jessie Newby, are spending a few davs with Mr. Newhy's sister, Mrs. W. C. Crowell. Ark., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Worley. Mrs. E. C. Winchtster and children re visiting relatives In Pittsboro. Miss Ruth Houston is attending a house party at the home of Mrs. A. T. Holland In Danville. Va. Miss Ber ta Allen Houston left yesterday for Rock Hill to attend the summer school at Winthrop. Miss Mary Alice Robinson of Ral eigh Is the guest of Miss Lucy Lee. Mrs. L. A. Totten will leave Satur day for Rocky River Springs to spend the summer. The Salisbury Post gives the fol lowing account of the marriage of Miss Ollle Abernethy. daughter of Dr, and Mrs. J. E. Aberenthy, formerly Of Monroe .and Dr. F. B. Spencer, which occurred in Salisbury Wednes day before last: "A brilliant and Interesting social event of last even ing was the marriage of Miss Olive Aberenthy. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Abernethy. to Dr. Frederick Brunnel Spencer, which was solemn ized with Impressive dignity and striking beauty at the First Metho dist church at 8:30 o'clock in the presence of a company of relatives and friends which filled the auditorium of the handsome church to. overflowing, Rer. Dr. J. E. Aberenthy, father of the bride, officiating. The decora tions were exquisitely beautiful and effective. A picturesque trelis built entirely of Dorothy Perkins roses and greens made an enchanting back ground. A large arch of the tame lovely roses was placed In front of It and on each side two smaller arches were connected by rose covered gates, all connected by graceful bows of white tulle and lighted with tiny elec tric lights. The whole effect was en chanting and It looked aa if the brid al party was walking straight Into fairyland. Preceding the ceremony the following musical program was rendered: 'Elegle Nuptlale,' Scott Hunter(ln honor of Miss Abernethy): Star of Ere. Wagner, Scott Hunter; Song, 'At Dawning.' Cadman, Mrs. John Rendleman; Minuet-Beethoven, Scott Hunter; Song. 'Proposal.' Has tings, Mra. Heath Lee. At the en trance of the bridal party a double quartette of malt and female volcei O Farrel. Ellen Mcktnzie, Misie j Whitehead. Front porch. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sigmon, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rendlor.ian. At dining room door iMesdamea John Webb, H. M. Cashe, i directing to veranda Mis. Percy Grimes. Receiving In dining room Mesdames W. C. Maupln and Mrs. A. S. Jones assisted by Miss Rabe and Miss Sallle Hunt McKenzie. Direct ing to gift room, where a grfat vari ety of hsndsome and costly gifts were (ilsplaved were Mrs. R. M. West and Mrs. John Gormon. Registrars. Miss Edith McKenzie and Miss Sallie Lee Oaks. Directing to gift room, Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Warlick." Telephone Conversation A. D. UMM. Spiritualistic lady has Jr.st canea up her husband who is dead: S. L.:John. dear, is that you? John: Yes, my dear. S. L.: John, are you happy? John: Yes, my dtar. S. L.:John, dear, are you happier than you were on earth with me? John: Yes, ni dear. S. L. ( sighing i: Heaven must he a wonderful place. John: I'm not there, Mary. A Real Remedy For Falling Hair Here's good news for men and wo men whose hair Is falling out, whose scalps are covered with dandruff and itch like mad. English Drug Company or any good druggist can now supply you with the genuine Parisian sage liquid form), which Is guaranteed to luickly, surely and safely abolished fvtry sign of dandruff, stop Itching calp and falling hair and promote a atw growth, or money refunded. Thousands can testify to the excel lent results from its use; some who feared baldness now glory In their abundant hair, while others who suf fered for yean with dandruff and itching bead got a clean, cool scalp after just a few days' use of this sim ple home treatment. No mateer whether bothered with falling bair, gray hair, matted, strin ry hair, dandruff or Itching scalp try Parisian sge you will not be disap pointed. It's a scientific prepsratloi that supplies all bair needs. Total (.eneml Fund I! M'llitol l-'llllll Tax Keceipls Appropriation! .. . Note dicoiinted Outside Tuition . . . Insurance refund . . 134303.04 10202.49 14000.00 400.00 290.50 14.00 Total School Receipts 24906.99 Paving Fund Fro'm Assessments From Interest . . . 12260.92 2935.03 15195.95 TOTAL RECEIPTS $174605.98 Bank Balances May ill, 1910 First National Bunk School Fund . Paving Fund LESS General Fund overdraft 443.59 2296.38 67.69 2739.97 267.22 OTAL $177278.26 DISBURSEMENTS (General Fund Administrative Expenses Si reel Department Expense . . . Fire Department Expense . . . Police Department Expense . . . Recorder's Court Expense . . . Cemetery Expense Sanitary Department Expense . Fuel Expense Feed Expense General Expense Capital Expenses Addition to Capital Account New Street Work Cotton Platform Street Improvements Sewerage Water and Llgljt Plant Street Detriment Equipment Fire Department Equipment . Police Department Eqipment . School Furniture 5430.00 8577.93 1435.99 5587.16 794.00 568.24 662.47 265.05 1634.49 1762.13 23122.28 489.28 1000.00 61.00 44.00 1867.76 633.50 28.54 4.00 562.25 49839.74 Water, Light Power Plant Total 0enttlng Eene Account Payable paid as of 5-31-'19 5272.03 Refunds. Licenses and Taxes .... 175.16 Bonds Retired 18000.00 Notes Payable paid 24770.00 4690.33 39326.25 48217.19 Total Gneml Fund Disbursement School Disbursement Total Operating Expense 23759.68 Notes 'Payable paid 400.00 School Building Construction 3823.87 $142073.51 27983.55 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS '. $170057.06 Hunk Balances May 31, 1020 Hist National Hank ' General Fund School Fund Paving Fund ' .,.'. Cash on hand 2947.40 1044.97 3220.35 7212.72 8.48 7221.20 TOTAL , $177278.36 AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE We have audited the Departmental Records of the City of Monroe, N. C, for the Fiscal Year ending May 31, 1920, and certify that the forego ing ENhlblts (designated as Exhibits A and D, respectively In said Report) reflect the financial condition of the City as of this date, together with the condition of the various funds, and is a correct statement of the Treasurer's Receipts and Disbursements for the period review. SCOTT, CHARNLEY A COMPANY, Certified Public Accountant By (ieo. Edward Wood. Charlotte, North Carolina June 14, 11)20. When the "Tiger" Scored. Many good stories are being print ed about Clemenceau Just now in the French newspapers. One of the best of them refers to one of the several duels he fought In the stormy days of the Dreyfus rase. Clemenceau arrived at the railway station the duel was fixed to take place near a village some little way out at the same as his opponent. The latter was first as the booking- office window, and asked for a return ticket to the place agreed upon. Then he stepped aside and gave place to the "Tiger." who quietly asked Ihe clerk for a single ticket. "Afraid yon will not return, eh, M. Clemenceau?" the other sai. sneer- Ingly. "Not at all, monsieur," was the quick response. It is my Invariable practice to make use of my opponent's return half when I ve finished with him!" Wanted We are always In the market for Iron, metal of all kinds, bones, paper, te. Open every day. Monroe Iron & Metal Co. Near Freight Depot Stop! Look! Listen! NOTICE THE SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIL WAY COMPANY WILL OPER ATE THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION SAN FAXC1SCO, CALIFORNIA. Trains will leave Raleigh at 12:30 P. M., June 20th, arriving San Fran cisco 2:30 P. M. June 25th, routed via Richmond, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Kansas City and Denver. Summer ex cursion Tickets with final return lim it September 30th, will be on sale, al lowing atop over privileges at any point returning. Round trip fare from Raleigh returning same route as above, $140.66, Including tax. Pull man fare from Raleigh, lower berth, $22.68; upper berth. $18.14, Includ ing tax. Round trip ticket on sale at slightly higher rat allowing holder to make going trip aa above and re turning via another route. Those de siring to attend this convention or visit the Pacific Coast will kindly make reservation at once with C. T. Harrell, Agent. Monroe, N. C. JOHN T. WEST, D. P. A., Edith "Miss Bute thinks you are a clever fellow." Ferdie "does she? I guess I'll call." Edith ."No; you'd better stay away." Raisins You've heard about the raisin With the kick of ten per cent., But the raisin with the wallop Is the raisin' of the rent. Columbus Dispatch. SEABOARD Air Line Railroad Trains Arrive No. 14 from Charlotte .... 6.50 a.m. No. 13 from Atlanta 6:30 a.m. No. 14 from Rutherfordton 10.55 a.m. Leave S.55 a. m. for Wilmington. 6:35 a. m. for Richmond 11.00 a. m. for Raleigh and Wilmington (.00 a. ni. for Atlanta. 11.30 a. m. for Charlotte. 8.10 a. m. for Rutherfordtoa. 11:30 a. m. for Atlanta No. S from Richmond .... 7.SS a.m. No. 19 from Wilmington . . 11:20 a. m. No. 15 from Monroe No. 29 from Monroe No. 31 from Raleigh and Wilmington 2:40, p.m. No. 20 from Charlotte .... 6.60 p.m. No. 30 from Atlanta 5.60 p. ni Monrce, No. 16 from Rutherfordton 9.10 p. m. ., Monroe. No. from Atlanta 9.35 p. ra. 9.45 for Richmond. No. 13 from Wilmington .. 10.35 p.m. 10.45 p. m. for Charlotte, No. 11 from Portsmouth . . 11:05 p. m. 11.19 p. m. for Atlanta. 2.46 p. ra. for Rutherfordton 6.00 p. m. for Wilmington. C. T. HA R RILL, Ticket Agent JOHN T. WEST, Division Paaaenger Agent.