May 31-June 6, 1925 

Kiwanians from Reidsville and from Leaksville-Spray got together in Reidsville to enjoy communion and companionship and it was a most pleasant occasion, with one exception for the host Reidsville club. 

The exception was a baseball game between the two clubs that the visitors from Leaksville-Spray won convincingly, 13-9. 

After the game, the visiting Kiwanians were guests of the Reidsville club at a dinner at the Belvedere Hotel. 

A delegation of farmers attended a joint meeting of the county commissioners and the county board of education in Wentworth to protest against any increase in the tax rate for school purposes.... The Rev. Charles Grady Brown, a recent graduate of Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, has taken over the pastorates of Speedwell, Greenwood and Smyrna Presbyterian churches in the Reidsville area.... Tobacco planting has almost been finished, with farmers reporting they have their best stand in several years. Some growers already have plowed their crops one time.... Three youths from Spray, each 10 years old, were given suspended sentences to a state training school and released in custody of their parents after being convicted in juvenile court of vandalism at Leaksville grade school last month. The boys broke 66 windows, broke down a door and did other malicious damage. 

Thomas H. Whitted, formerly of Rockingham County, will graduate with honors next month from West Point.... Deputies Stallings, Stokes and Durham arrested Lewis King at his home near Harrison's Crossroads a day after finding a 40-gallon still near his home.... Otis K. Wilson, 21, of Schoolfield, Va., was killed while trying to hop a ride on a Southern freight train as it left Reidsville. He fell underneath the train and was badly mangled.... The two-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rierson of Intelligence was killed when a car driven by his father collided head-on with another vehicle about five miles south of Madison. Four other persons were injured, including Mrs. Rierson, who had a severely cut hand. 

At the movies: Norma Talmadge stars in "The Lady," now playing at an area theater. 

Rest easy: Love seat with matching chair, in jacquard velour, $125. 

Let's go riding: Hudson 6-cylinder coach, $1,395.

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