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Oct. 12-18, 1922- The present teaching staff of the new Leaksville graded school started a parent-teacher organization this week. There were 26 persons present for the organizational meeting.

Professor J.M. Robbins, principal of the school, acted as chairman of the meeting. He gave a splendid speech on the purposes and advantages of a parent-teacher organization.

J.K. McConnell, secretary of the YMCA, led the prayer, and the entire group sang "Love Lifted Me."

After the election of officers and committees, Mrs. H.P. Mansfield gave a reading of "My Dog," Mrs. McConnell and Miss Fesperman sang a duet, "When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget," and Mrs. Moran Hopper played several selections on the piano.

Reidsville High School was host to Danville Military Institute for a football game, but it was barely a contest, the Reidsville boys winning easily, 30-12. Neither team completed a forward pass, but Reidsville hardly needed this with the line plunging of Delancy. Blanda, Daniel and Irvin showed up well on the line. ... The co-operative warehouses are getting a lot of tobacco, but they are coming in for some criticism for not revealing how much. Co-op officials say this is not their fault, that they are following instructions from Richmond, Va., where the co-operative movement is headquartered. ... The Art and Travel Club in Reidsville met at the home of Mrs. R.D. Capon and got a historical review of England. Mrs. R.B. Clark, Miss Evelyn Kemp and Miss Agnes Williams read papers covering English history from the Norman Rule to the present. ... Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Jones of Reidsville are in Richmond, Va., attending the Poster Advertising convention. ... Friday evening at the Belvedere Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, the hotel's proprietors, entertained the teachers of Franklin Street School with a banquet. ... The United Daughters of the Confederacy in Reidsville has formed a children's chapter, named in honor of chapter president Anne Dillard. ... The Chalmers Glenn chapter of the UDC in Leaksville met at the home of Mrs. T.L. Milner on Monroe Street and elected Mrs. Reuben Reid president for the coming year. Block cream and homemade cake were served, followed by sandwiches, coffee and mints. ... Dr. and Mrs. J.J. Taylor of Leaksville left for Jasper, Ala., where Dr. Taylor has accepted the pastorate of First Baptist Church there.

At the movies: "The Ghost Breaker" with Wallace Reid; "Room 23" with Mack Sennett.

The price of a Ford: $645 F.O.B. Detroit.

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