June 22-28, 1928 

If officers Clark, Dillon, Vernon (click here for photo) and Barnes of the Leaksville police force had been any busier last Saturday night in Leaksville, they wouldn't have had anywhere to put their arrestees. The officers arrested 15 people on such charges as public drunkenness, possession of liquor, operating cars under the influence and transporting liquor. They also caught a sport model Dodge car with 15 gallons of liquor. They arrested one of the two men in it but the second escaped. 

The small jail at Spray was filled to overflowing with all the arrests. But the jail population declined sharply on Sunday as several of the prisoners had bail posted for them. 

J.O. Ragsdale, cashier of the Bank of Madison, has been appointed liquidating agent to settle up the business of the defunct Farmers and Merchants Bank and Trust Company in Stoneville. He will be in Stoneville each Tuesday and Friday afternoons to meet with interested parties. ... Paving of Highway 65 between Reidsville and Yanceyville has begun, with the contractor starting on the Yanceyville end of the route. 

In area semi-pro baseball action, Draper of the Rockingham-Guilford bi-county league defeated Schoolfield of the Virginia bi-county league 11-7, Stokesdale nipped Reidsville 4-2, and Pomona of Guilford County edged Madison 2-1. ... Miss Mabel Booker, recently returned from Meredith College, gave a most interesting talk to the Chalmers Glenn Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy on the career of Jefferson Davis. The chapter met at the home of Mrs. J.I. Holmes in Leaksville

Truck for sale: General Motors two-ton stake-body truck, $2,050.

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