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FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Roanoke Rapids, Day Phone 506 - N.C. Night Phone 540 Fresh Candies Always a delightful gift, and always acceptable. Take a box home tonight - se lect it from our assortment of "the best." Roanoke Pharmacy Co. The Original Prescription Druggists Roanoke Rapids, N. C. There is no doubt what to order. You can always feel complete confidence in the re- . freshing deliciousncss, high 'quality and safely guard ed purity of our ice cream. We solicit your patronage and assure you of court- " eous attention. Rosemary Drug Company Rosemary, N. C. Allen C. Zollicoffer Attorney at Law Rosemary, N. C. Office Over Old Pottofficp Building HARRINGTON & HARDY Incorporated Contractors & Builders ' ' General Construction Phone No. 279-J WELDON. N. C CLARK & CLARK Attorneys at Law Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Room No. 6. UpiUIri In Bunk Bulldln Roanoke Rapids High School Department EDITORIAL STAFF Josephine Hege -:- Editor-in-Chief Fannie Makk3 Graham Society Editor Cooper Gitimno Powell Society Editor Wiluam Jackson :- Athletic Editor Roland Johnson :- Cartoonist Miss Hooks -:- Faculty Advisor J , 9 u Notice Of Sale By virtue of a power conferred upon the undersigned by a certain note exe cuted bv Mrs. N. T. Peele dated Jan uary 80. 1920, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured, the undersigned will on Wednesday. May 18th, 1921, at 12 o'clock M.. in front of the First Nat ional Rank of Roanoke Rapids expose to public sale to the highest bidder Jor cash, five shares of the Capital Mock of Duncan's Inc., standing in the name of Mrs. N. T. Peele. . This the 28th day of April, 1921. 4- 29-3t apmc A. P. McPhcrson Notice Of Sale By virtue of a power conferred upon the undersigned by a certain note exe cuted bv P. C. Duncan, dated Novenv ber 23, 1920, default having been made in me payment 01 uie inueuieunesa thereby secured, the undersigned will, on Wednesday, May, 18th, 1921, at 12 o'clock M.. in front of the First Nat ional Bank of Roanoke Rapids, expose to public sale to the highest bidder for casn, nve snares or me capital diock of Duncan's Inc., standing in the name of Paul C. Duncan. This the 28th day of April, 1921. First National Bank of Roanoke Kapids 4-29-3t apmc Notice of Sale Under and by virtue of the authority conferred upon the undersigned in a certain Chattel Mortgage executed by A. R. Sandlin and Mollie Sandlin, his wife, dated the 15th day of February, 1921, and duly recorded in the ollice of the Register of Deeds for Halifax County in Chattel book 323 at page 387, given to secure the said undersigned as endorfer on a certain note therein re cited, default having been made in the payment of the said note at its rnatur ity, the undersigned will on Saturday, the 21st day of May. 1921, at 12 o'clock, M., in front of the Post Office, in the village of Rosemary, Halifax County, North Carolina, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder tor Cash the following personal property, to-wit: All household and kitchen furniture of every kind and description belonging to the said A. II. sandlin and Mollie Sandlin. Time of Sale: 12 o'clock M. Place of Sale: In front of the Post Office in the village of Rosemary. Date of Sale: May 21, 1921. W. E. Lewter, 4-29-3t acz Mortgagee Roanoke Hotel and Cafe Roanoke Junction, N. C. THE TRAVELERS HEADQUARTERS Good Rooms and Service K. B. TOPPING Manager OPEN 5:30 A. M. to 12:00 P. M. The first five grades of the Roanoke Rapids and Rosemary CaIk-iaIc nniotnt A Yn t Tint? l?rtO tival, May 14, 4:30 P. M. in front of the band stand in Roanoke Rapids. Our aims are to improve the general health of the child, to encourage a healthy posture and to improve tne cniia s carriage and develop grace of bodily movement. The love of rymth, a small amount of the dramatic instinct, and a wholesome spirit of fun are also used. ' The story of. the Sleeping Beauty is symbolical of the re turn of living plants after the long winter sleep. It has been chesen as the theme around which to group the folk dances of the school children. The story reads , that a king and queen being made very happy by the gift from th good fairies of a little princess, invite the fairies to the christening feast. In the presentation of this story, however, the children of all the nations are invited instead of the fairies. Of course the wicked fairies, or witches, are not in'- vited. The children come and dance at this christening feast and as each group dances a child rom the group makes a good wish for the princess. But the wicked witches, hav ing been neglected, are offended. Coming unbidden to the feast, they make a prophecy that upon the princess' seventeenth birth day she shall prick her finger upon a spindle and die. There remained one group of good fairies who have not made a gift yet. They cannot cancel the wish of the witches, but they can change it somewhat. hey wish that the princess in stead of dying, shall sleep a hun dred years. The king orders all the spindles 1 11 1 All in tne iana ournea. , ah are burned except one which belongs to an old woman who spins in an old tower in the castle. On her seventhtcenth birth day the princess enters into this deserted tower and the evil prohecy conies true. She and all the court sleep a hundred years. At the end of that time a prince makes his way to the tower and there he finds the Sleeping Beauty and awakens her. They are married and at the wedding feast other children and dance. This is symbol- sleep. The same old town. The Prince awakens the Prin cess. Act IV The wedding celebrated. " Same day. The banquet ball of the king's palace. DANCES 1. The Cornish May Dance, English, Third A Grade, Rose mary. 2.. A Dutch Costume Dance, Third A and B Grades, Roanoke Rapids. 3. The Ace of Diamonds. Dan ish, Fourth A and B Grades Rosemary. 4. The Norwegian Mountain March, Fifth Grade, Rosemary. 5, The Indian Scalp Dance, American, Boys from Fifth A and B., Roanoke Rapids. The Highland Fling, Scotch, Girls from Fifth A and B Grades, Roanoke Rapids. 7. The Virginia Reel, Ameri can, becond A brade, Koanoke Rapids. 8. The Minuet, French, Fourth A and B Grades, Roanoke Rap ids. Due to the fact that the park is not sufficiently equipped with seating facilities it is suggested that those who propose attend ing the Festival bring with them pillows or some covering that they may be comfortably seated on the ground around the band stand. There will be no admission charge for this Festival and the patons of the school are urgent ly invited to attend. Drs. West & Crank DENTISTS Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Office! 2nd Floor Drug Store Building How Many Times Have You Older People Than Yourself Say 1 ' " If I had saved my rrttiney I would be all right now." Startnow to save a part of your earnings and be successful in this life. Your savings placed in our bank will draw 4 Per Cent Interest Compounded Quarterly Rosemary Banking & Trust Co. Dr. F. G. Jarman, Vice-President ; Rosemary, N. C. Geo. L Mayes, Jr., President W. T. Cuuncill, Cashier come ical of happy children rejoicing that the warm sun shine of spring has brought back the sleeping flowers, supposedly dead through the long winter months. CAST OF CHARACTERS Herald, Lloyd Hasty King, Charlie Crowder Queen, Pearlie Istreicko Prince, Lewis Waters Princess, Hazel Lee Coley Nurse, Mary Newton Old Woman, Fosteen Jackson Courtiers, Several Children Ladies - in waiting, ;Several Children. SYNOPSIS OF THE PLAY Long, long ago in the palace of a king. The christening Feast. DANCES 1. A dance of greeting, Swed ish, First C and B. Grades, Rose mary. 2. A Dance'of Greeting, Dan ish, Second A Grade, Rosemary. 3. Hickory Dickory Dock Mother Goose, First E and A Grades, Rosemary. y 4. A Japanese Dance, First B Grade, Roanoke Rapids. 5. The Shoemakers Dance, Danish, First A and Second B, Roanoke Rapids. 6. I See You, Swedish, Sec ond A and B. Grades, Rosemary. 7. A. Butterfly Dance, First D Grades, Rosemary. 8. The Witches'. Dance, Fourth A and B, Roanoke Rapids. 9. The Fairies Dance, First D and C Grades, Roanoke Rapids. Act II I The Princess' Seventeenth Birthday. An old tower in the palace.. The witches' wish comes true. Act III The end of a hundred years Report of the Condition of The Rosemary Banking and Trust Company at Rosemary in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business April 2Sth. 1921. resources: Loans and discounts $199,043.41 Demand Loans 12,860.00 Overdrafts, secured, $ ; unsecured, $ 2(i0.15 200.15 U.S. Bonds and Liberty Bonds 10,300.00 Expense Account 95.54 Banking Houses 13,968.38; Fur niture and Fix. 3.346.23 17,314.01 i'All other real estate owned 500.00 Cash in vault and net amounts due from Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies 18,114.54 Cash Items held over 24 hours 358.77 . TOTAL, - - J liabilities: Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund Bills Payable Deposits subject to check Time Certificates of Deposit Savings Deposits Cashier's checks outstanding !258,847.02 $25,000.00 6, (KM). 00 43.UOO.00 117,036.74 1,595.25 64,547.17 1,667.86 TOTAL, - - $258,817.02 State of North Carolina, County of Halifax, May 10th, 1921. I, W. T. Council!, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. T. Councill. Cashier. Correct Attest: Geo. L. Hayes, Jr.. L. G. Shell, W. L. Manning, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of May, 1921. T. M. Jenkins, Notary Public My commission expires Mar. 21st, 1922 R(iort of the Condition of The Citizens Bank and Trust Company, at Rosemary, N. C. in the State of North Caroiina, at the close of business, April 28th, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $118,665.30 Demand Loans 2,000.00 Overdrafts, secured, $ ; unsecured. $ 40.09 40.09 Banking Houses, $ ; Furni ture and Fixtures, $7,207.64 7,207.64 Internal Revenue Sumps 3.90 Cash in vault and net amounts due from Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies 22.1C1.01 Cash Items held over 24 hours 50.00 Checks for clearing 619.15 Expense J.7-31 Total $181,254.40 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $ 25,000.00 Surplus Fund Notes and Bills Rcdiscounted Bills Payable Deposits subject to check Time Certificates of Deposit Savings Deposits 2.000.00 6,000.00 15,000.00 64,250.20 10,900.00 58.399.14 Cashier's Checks outstanding 811.71 Certified Checks 393.35 Total $181,254.40 State of North Carolina-County of Halifax, May 11th, 1921. I, Frank L. Nash, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Frank L. Nash, Cashier Correct Attest: h J. Wade, A. L. Clark. Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of May, 1921. , Mamie King, Notary Public. My commission expires April 8, 1923. DR. PAISLEY FIELDS DENTIST Over Weldon Drug Co. Weldon, N. C. DR. W. M. WARD DENTIST Rosemary, N. C. Running Water The Greatest of City Conveniences A Dayton Electric-Driven Water System will autoj matically provide water under pressure at all fix tures in your home the same as city water supply. It does away with all the drudgery of pumping and carrying water just a simple turn of the faucet IJLI and you have a steady stream of it cool and sparkling. The cost is but a few cents a day. Picture to yourself the convenience of running water, ,the comfort of sanitary plumbing, less work for the women folks then come in and let us help you make it a reality, GEO. A. WESTBROOK Factory Representative Rocky Mount, N." C. k . . .it i At Your Service! Did you realize that you can buy Rolls - Bread Cakes - Pies and many other Dainty Desserts from us cheaper than you can pre- pare them yourself? Quantity produ&ion makes this possible. Buy them fresh from our wagon daily or slop by our bakery and make your selec- , tion while shopping. Roanoke Baking Co. Roanohe Rapids, N. C. Wind Storm -The Destroyer One of nature's moft destructive elements, the wind, has swept the country again and again. Behind it lies a trail of death, destruction and heavy financial loss. You can't fight this flying destroyer but you can buy insurance that will lessen your loss appreciably. You have seen countless reports of the losses of others. Protect yourself Here is the right place. NATIONAL LOAN & INSURANCE COMPANY Nw HtrtlJ Building Agents. Roanoke Rapids, N. C.