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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

, 1 . ' > * 1 1 I Sty? 3tai 3 (Published b EdiU>r, Aaaiaunt WLULJAX PABKES. LUn Junior-Senior Party Proves Great Success I/' Tim J u n I o r Kr ii lur* Masquerade I'urty. held laat nltht at the Aaso> elation of Coromerca Hall nioro than luaUlltd Ita claim of b?i?* h?"' Ill' ol" Mrtjr over:" With on Mundane# of ojjr two hundred. Including a dozen t^emhurs of tha faculty, n Jessy orchestra. plenty to rat. and a full progmti) .the large crowd waa not given a aingla dull moment between l:lt and 10:45. and greeted st the entrance by J'raaIderft .William I'arker, ot^the Senior Class. and ('resident Lewis Kvnnard. of the Junior Claaa. Ae they entered the room, which waa very attractively decorated In black and orange with a scattering of corn stalka. foUains and pumpkin*, they were an* . tiounced by the i>uinpoua looking batler. Jua taa soon as evaryone waa ,ln. u grand review waa held. In which every boy met every girl, while the orchestra playe...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

j ^ oinHTA I SOCIAL ANIL -MRS J W SHI | _ .T debet Hours: y to 10 A M Ph< tl EKE IKTKH. | vB? rveiitiiK, t>> ?< the hearth. i know Itot whan. . | A at t anger to rt.y f r.g sh.ill conic to read UjRTtat tannic ?i? my lot through I . times and m?u, M" How I uai proud, how suriy, with what heed 1 w?i glad df wofr.en. and the stars, and corn I tralitn aupon my windy Cotswold _ b?'fbi. I-"* What miracles t counted in the morn, s And how 1 was defeated?at ~lht ku igm, 4 ba a.iall make some story. as 1 i . make { Of tittr. who s.mg is Marvcll and f . as Dcr.i.o, . .|Aad he shall quick his wisdom (or j a . my Mka. I AAd rru the plumes of celebration i on. And tell how. as of old. the clouded I I ri OJ man in son it ?u* -n brighter heavtn .tga.t:, , . ^?John } .!. k?aA> t. in. "Sv.td|- of Marrlasr and Hamilton Imllullona. j Mr. and Mrs Ihbert Mitloai Gnrfrett h?ve Issued limitations to the marriage it tlx r daughter, Frances Luc tie to'a...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

4 A . ' ' PEERY COHnt'CTS ECONOMICAL FIGHT . *< ' " Woodram Reports Largest Expenses?All Virginia Candidates Well Within Limit. i By GEORGE H. MANNING Washington. D. C.. Nor. 1?In face of the ebjtrge made by Representathre C. Baseom Slemp that George C. Peary, the Democratic candidate for the U. 8. House of Repreaentatlras waa "NewberrytxIng" the Ninth Dtatrict, Mr. Peary filed a sworn report with the Clerk of the House today declaring that ha only apent $101.13 on bla alec tlon up to Octobor 28th. Mr. Pcarr naitrf ha rarei?a conrrrbutloils or $510 to his catn. '. 1800 . coming from Mr*. TT ?L Clilr The limit fixed by lew for eecb cendtdaet le $8,0.00 to loelade both the primary and election cam1 palgns. eihhm. John 11. Haaatager. of Abingdon, who tool Ma. Stamp's place aa the Republican aoalaoe in the Ninth r?. Ported oa October 21 (that he had I apent $f.4<e.tft and revived no contributions. Tbla earn was passed out to the county workers for filing petitions....

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

rBT wW~' ' !HVITE FARMERS ' : TO ATTEND MEET * ! ' i Hural Credit Legislation WiH Be Discussed at Washington inference IHy 'I hr Wii:pinli*d t'f ? ? 4 :> N ? ' -InvltatiurtB to ? r; ti if the tnrrrem' i Ti . ri.i'lmc HMffVtat" i ? hiT<l her* . l>e<'eml-r* It I* i i i- < i< eent out todii* toantorV tl... "wo humired ouch crkii rni.it in: - Mi.iive com roitte...f tti< N.i! "i I'Aiinrtl of . l- I.v. \? mini? An notations M I e \ i* > t o-ug n re to follow aoeerdii _ to t:.committee nnnuiionn'iii winii .11.1 that th* . ferthrominit invention watt the nm attempt :n n nation-wide Catherine of farmers' h;i?. *- ?i ctit.imt n>n for ' the orderly tn.ir.o titur crops and * prod oce Amor.ir the mnti-rtf nut forward for <iia<mission at the ( mnrntton are " 1 1 I1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' "I! . Tt W"?lalatji?n nnij tho problems run frontir.c rV> 111.?rT. tine ?s?'ietatir&...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

1 I Education h Education f \ Mr Bran BUrn. . l| ' Psom more^than one quarter the i American, college Is under fir* today. In recent Issue* of this newspaper the writer has discussed noma of the < charges b ought against the Inetltu- > tlons of higher. learning and the re- i plies made to them by educators who. , for the most part, seem mors inclined 1 to agree with the hostile critics than < to irr.-nd things as they. are. i Thr points made against the college may be summed up (In question i form for the sake df politeness) as I follows: i la tbe college eurrlcslum one which < meets the real needs of a cltlsen in i this democracy in thla Century? < Is thd teaching reasonably efficient i In getting tbe dealred msss of Infor- ' mstlon Into ths heeds of the students i and In keeping It there for a reason* i able Isngtk of time? " " Do we and to college thOM who. on a boots of their native Intelligence. r* ?n?Ot likely to make (oof...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

^tWKI.VB i A^Caod K. D?i'" 7 1 3 Troop Notes ?. THOO|? IS. (('miirclril with Trinity , Mrthi>?ll?t I urea?Jlrnrj iiraim, H rpiopfrK I K T-. Mr ?"raic r- outin i-rt -r. gave ton a talk n a "S<-oit* i which a l i.Mji j ?n-I appreciated I vefy much. We th? n ? M ut-Malr* an'! practiced for ?ur p n?:rd. which promlse? to !.p :i .nind durrrw, and everyone *& * that te .a iiarln'" " ' to Ito. iriHAAP rHuoi* i?. (rouitrclt'd n Mb M. I'nul'a Krformrd j ( burrb?< he*frr ?tvt(?auan, llopor ?c*.? Our mot iiuk vtny *hort bericHof atisuru'e of Mr. TYo?h, who wh* out of U?w it. lingular htlftlr. Mjai attend ? n.r annm.nce ttner.:*w?ro n adcfiom!) yen;m.-veltra' bulletin. D- n't for*-t I" !> 1'rc: ht t.-ni.-rrow-aJplit at T :3P. THOOI* 2.1. (t'oiino-iril ?. 14 li llelmoiif Mi iht'tlUi | ( hurrk? I"rank Vrttlr, llcp??r?or. I IV* ha l .? very ebort t>u*ino*?j n'Ptinc l*M Friday ni.-ht. and then J attended iht-roh i>? rvkM ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

I 1 iwyalein growingsironger HbIqs Team Presents Impreg- 3 nable Center With Unsnr* passed Baok In HeUory. Br Wall** Cm*. (By Hpcclal Laaacd Wlra to Tha ' Koanoko World-News.) (Copyrlcht, ItH. > < Jtaw Tork. Nov. i,*~n wilt not tako ^ any extraordinary bulldlnc Up to J H?>mrt tb? Talo football team Into i danceruua atlversury for any op^KonOOt. L Th* *rlt*r l? aware that Ihla la * ""7 ? IM WMW inprnaaton 1 ^BL T; ut tb* Army game and th? K"*J"' ' *?w Hav.n ^ tnla ?Mt have shown its truth. Th? Kroun.is on Which tho writer bases .v;;?IS ^Pnth? *r Id Iron todayl^' M^ITcry'* ?n^:25v:: SVa? |rytnhJniTn/*Th,.tm2*?.h ,as H*'f ?' * ? Mf?l? of territory In i *Pot '** ?ractloally Impervious H# Atlftck. f?l? ?I Lata mt Mrs. H. M*fh has IWn aald about tha great MSn*".?1 I-1 fTV*1"1"1 i} Nt. Haven K^?n h liH .^if T*4 J?Ml has ^ESHi u FVh"i material. Those fa r,l"*r *'la.'oolWI coaching know Hfl!!!!! S . rfL!t J* f? ku"4 lAl1 -IV hV btt,lt !n tha laat yaars so tha...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

f \ Tui '1.1 r-r. > f "MAN SOLD ? j. Hp'.'i i WORLD NEWS 1 CiiattBeo ad?ertit?oi met 7t a tio# B aiWilmi 0 m n'.i in lB? lint O-aptar r'?t*i6?3 ate pti loea i N All claaatflrO a1 terrain* atrlctl) i i ??h id *4 > a not Vpcdti ens rate* lo ionf term ad?#rtia?ra >3 app.'icatno CaaB mi.at acccmpao; all oat ofis ondtri. '< ? Ullacliaaitlca'.ooa not permtjted. t * Jl* cota or sea ? black faced trpt ptemiltro. A.I adaertaemrnta muat retell iht Inuaiacaa office * an p. m. fur BubAcatlnai nrn mcrbtoj; Sat jrdaja Er- X br S d id I , PHONE tl?r 1 * NOTICE We reline men's and- women's .a asm ??0 e> " ? l')ii it* 6 7 0 J. - Mitchell Tailoring Co. ' ' _ ' _ _ _ 49j?_ 1 A UTOM?JBl L. kS IV'l J?\Mi iiirrT*one Girfotvl truck" t'l!l 1 **74 H . 3401 HEM eKr> \ >?lor wlr, rood condition Call an: or i'-'ST Mm IP:-: h"' "4 ' t'lnlilrr. run 3.500 cXTNlrnt cvn-llllwn. Apply l?Ha Chapman Ao . 5. W. > to J" A M 3400 1'Ol...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

F!--_ lYoun i What "Stoma and What Y ot By ROYAL & O Commissioner of He LAYMEN mro ?pt to get qaixed U( nod to font wrong Uteas of tin - For instonco, "stomatitis" < lUumation of tlx stomach, nor ?vei ?f?h? TV? ?i ?- a " ?L - , ' ? . inro UJV umx, ? ?oo of the mouth. It is a painful and decidedly ur r* &* 0T* *?th. If Um tooth, ioWdaa of the fcheeks are aora and ra to eat or oven to talk without pain. There are variooa forma and tj The simplest la called catarrhal eton In tble form there la no ukerat fam. The mucooa membrane is mei <-orenew and increased flow of saliva mi rneim uaie asm my w uauuhi ' simple atomsUUa result* from eating *r wtaMaa oTtr-Sot things. Cxoeseive CM or tot mm ?Haanltam and ills' os or the teeth iamy pMuci It. Oavtani aervou* disss e? and the -iUuee e( seme drugs may anuaettomaU lis.fc ; Cgeanilaeat ef the mdwth. case of the *C oeth aaa correcting any baMt which is auatag Irritation are the thtnge necen mty te br...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

I * p'^ SIXTEEN . p j Bmineij Today Tha Umptit of teapo't dimensions. 1 LT trhleh Mm to hiv* hi men in friiim *>v?r the Action o( a" Ami-rKtn bank HEf/ 'f*' Candlng out ciicuiar* from Its 1'srUr offlCe soliciting subscriptions to j our recent Triour) loan. appeals *io Indicate that what lerlain accliuiia of the thcai ical profession Call. 'lloo ftum" is not connntxl to "the politics I Of the tbe trlcul proiesaluii culi "llooBpT Baneral attempt ?? maile to secureKffNDCli subscription* to the Issue, and Bj> ths circulars to winch objections ap[y ^dsrs to have tirrii taken by a cer J tain taction of the French in o?a was H It all probability .-imply a notice to the ba Ik s own customers, must of whom are Americans, of " the willn ltltUi of tin instil u i lc>n to arrange ' - (or OUch subscriptions ** its clients k * desired to make. Neither Is the criticism of a llritish bank, which is allegtd o hate published ? somewhat peastnilstlc review of the French...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

MBBBBS=S=3r==SaMHHHta Market and F STOCKS SWINGER | along m bonds Opinion That Downward Movement Recently Was Not Reflective of Basinets Borne Qnt. Br Itwrt r. wmi. < liy aptcUl Uu*4 Wlr* to Tta* no* ok* World-New*.) New York. Nov. *?further r*covrjr lu l>oth atook* and bond*, an. im?r ikj vance In wheat prices an J IfrMh weakness Ui French and G?r men eacharme. w. r. tho principal inMM. Idcnts In the market* today. II U ha* been Intbtod all uoiif that MB i.* dowi u?.,i >. MM> kclianro of the last tyu week* bad yuttl* or no MMiiruo* m far * f>h? outside* trade eltugiton waa con* Tut rapid rebound or Van* afternoon and toav confirmed tht rorr*ctr.?aM of thin view. The ujectlvu of *h? pteviou* dtclino had M't?n to undo Ui* n:ri>iu of the M|iild-summer pacalatlon. In acaont* bitching thl*. oxratlon* for the 4a* oltne war' in their turn overdone. I >Vhat occurred In the la*t hour Wedntadey and again In the trad...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 November 1922

'? TGHTEEN * j nip.TO FACE ' BIG TEST IN THE BATTLE IN OHIO t Close Race Between Pomerene and Fess, Donahey and _ Thompson Foreseen. By William J. Huake, International New* Service Staff . Correspondent.) Cleveland. Oct. 27.?"Straw*." says n old proverb. "*how the way the Wind blow*." and If tl*e proverb hold* Bood a* to straw votes the political ?pnte*t in Ohio, which culminate* In the election November 7. will be hard */>II?h* ...1*1. V. -- .* I-I known only when the vote from the Inst outlying precinct has been counted -j Straw votes are being taken by leading newspapers In the State on I in me "1 .u'linun .uisg I gmWTTW: Democrat, seeking n third term In the Senate, and Congressman Simeon r>. Feas. one of the leaders In the | lower House and until recently chairman of the ltepuhllcan Congressional Campaign Committee. A. V. Donahey. former State Auditor, and Colonel Carml A. Thompson are contesting for the governorship. National. State Issues I'p. The campai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

flits @lpi IRoanokc Pijfld JP=] VOL. 40.?No. 108. 22 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 3, 1922. PRICE TURKU CUNTS | SHRIHERS TO TAKE CUT TOMORROW w rancy Cxhibitiun DiilK ami a Mammoth Parade Will Mark Opening of the Fall Ceremonial Known As the . ' y "Sunny Jim" Ceremonial? lmn*rial Ulill Da iiii^viihi i vivfuavv will wc I Guest of Honor?Other Guests?Officers of the Local Temple. L* ;.T " - Fancy exhibition drills. followed by I mammoth parade, will mark the opening of the "8unny Jim" Ceremonial, which will be held tomorrow by Kaslm Temple, A. A. O. N. M. 8. Charles 8. McNulty. Potentate, of the Kaslm Temple of Shrlners, has issued a command for all Nobles within sonnd of the macule's call to be present. "Sanny Jim" McCaadless. Imperial Potentate, with. Mrs. McCandless, will arrive in the city tomorrow. after having trareled thousands of miles from Honolulu to be present at the official celebration In honor of the Imperial Potentate. Other distinguished gues...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

I f "NKMINTA1N CI ASS ELECTS OFFICERS te ttmnion of Scottish Rite Bodies Will Come to Close Tonight With Banquet In BL Masonic Temple. nucimn of eft' ; . i>Won of thf I'ixp* t.-i _ i' v ?! ? ?? wer?< tfct- t :-r it- i jtetfi n '-ft- t ;'ii n Ancient- and a s. 1111< | of fr(fm??nnrv ! . -i.tr ' >.it.i<- I waa f]?c>tPd i r- - -1- i . r i i-s 1 , i-anquet i?t T i i ? i. Masonic Temple v > - < *, - i . un - n XXacueslon ot i >..[ f r i . .-'.i-* reeulted In M < i !< : .* -x. . or. M. In t h* ? :. i n. . : ? Cllirlei I>. Ko* .1 r . -i f Ih;* c.v ? .if elected n irruri if.*; .r a'.'I h:*torlan. while tr.. ic'**!- r.I S Owen*. tiuwior ' r i.- I'.iii.in |!.ii> t ot Chur I ?,*.' the cltv vt*f flat \- nt t! .conferring o: : c i: t! . S^lfteenth to tlf Xf * r': -: . ayi- Suvi-r? wf*H -?rand t ?r- ?'-**-}i-*-?"f ' the Southern .1 : . n ;ir 1 Itl.-hord 8....

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

PUPPY LOVE GETS SEVERE SETBACK FROMjp LAW Mai Marriage Combination Among Hifh School Pnpil* At Bloomi&ffton Was Far-Aoaching. (Cbpr<rM, 1K1. bw Inn Km Imlw.) Lofarolto. ln?. No*. 1?(Br Th* Informational No wo Sorv Ico.)?Mary Altco Moroboua*. II ill prottr. on* of tbo principal* In th* U?jr*U* "puppr Io*o" trial marrlaca elrct* which roadr boo IitoItH ilx achool I rnnor?n in elopements and which la declared to IrtoIt* other*. today told hor own story of tha affair. ? Mary Allco has returned homo to tho farm: hor "Ideal romance" la shattsred; "her man" haa been aent away. Thoae already Involved. In the t?nuawal burst of romance Include; Levsn Cunningham. 1t, and Alice Morehouse. It. arreated la a bote) la Bloomlngton. 111. Olea Cdnnlnsham. IT. brother of Levan. and May Zufall, II. cousin of Alice Morehouse, arrested In fft. Louts and will be brought back to Lafayette. Leonard Johnston. 1% arreated In Xanaaa City, Mo., and Mabel .Cartwriabt. It. arrested In &...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

iPjWp- ; /SOCIAL AN! ? MRS J W SI 'Office Hours: 9 to 10 A MP \ * The IMe .?ra??n. Cut a lUnttin. ?1?b o" pumpkin; that'l ' G . th? pl? for ni' S If your wii* ktivw* tnr vrcrct. what a m It" 1* *R>! IB Cttid?r?lM ? *>n l.- r t*l,*?ptlncelln*. ^K- f row ti i.iid nil. : t# Whan h? \. npltin coach nh< rode III rtAcfcr i the (air y ball. Th* prlnr* threw down hi* Idle croH n aiitl At ijevl the ifirltsh ll pri*-. fy And prouly aid "Tht* cook I'll Wed and l.v'e pumpkin pi**.' B Every kitohtn !? b* " !t-hln* when the IU* ? t h? thir.it ITYery wl'e* a Cinderella. every mar. * a I.I.Ik. . ? l"n for I miles of >iihlrs of 'I?tlr >lirlnr. Th* I.i-. - ' tr- S. I.!, n of the Xlyan. s:..: < i ,i u|. il lo attend ? f#c-i.tion t" u s :> . :i t"ir."rru? - ii 11 e i ;. 11 il',. nt IJ.it- l K.i.ini.) . . t niert Mrs. Jiir.ee M ' r. r. ii- w he tlie Imparl* i | ..ton:.. . Th ? toi. i.: . -i w .1! I c *lvcn l y the Kizini T. J !...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

- H |K|, 'it"- - . ^ MINERS ADVOCATE FULL UNIONIZATION f : * - . ?' ay "Arrogant Petty Officer*" Are Responsible for' Many < - Local Strikes. v - ? ' 0 11?r tl* smm) Wuklagtog. Nov. I ?Couplet* unionization of all the bituminous coal field* wit bin the. United State* apd elimination of non-union mining arena which have supplied a part of tbe country's supply .during national strikes, will go far toward elimination of the general strlk* problem In the Industry.' a committee of tbe United Mine Workers ?f America reported today to tn * United States Coal Commies!**. tso committee. which. Is com-?mrjg!.otb Moore, It* legislative representativesad J. Thomas Kennedy. a Pennsylvania district. president held that the non-tiuUro fields by lower scales of wages continuous flgbtlug of the union aad otherwise, prevented stabilization Irt the whole 'hdustrjr. . e As Te VMilUSs - As to local atrlhas tha cosnmltta* fid. s Isrs* number art due to the conduct uf "arrogant petty btticeia ?...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

I ? * I 'The Roanoke World-Hews I bUll.IlhM 1 I tOAXIKK * A E?tr J l)a? Except Sacdaj | - ktV ? Vwu *UKi.D COHI'OHATlUM. ImUlM Boaonae. Va WFiU?Ii? p riiiHBt.:K.v~~^nior Mrgitxra of B I 1-ffHtll l'unu.1*r? AWOCIatlUD B ' N#?eua;ir Pub.latX-fe Aaaocialloo BJv.f. * Tba Aeeoclaiwf I'reaa Mfct^ Attdit Bureau of Clftulillox ^ freer i) ncluajvelj fo feBUaO to (b? un tor republication of bit ?Arwa diapau-,-t creo ueU to It or out Bkhareiaa crxtiu-a 10 tbta papa* and alao ' tb? lorai o? w r pubtiabeo brieia roRKIU.S KtTliflStlN I ATI V K rWallrt > Baica lot Bert fork and Cbicero Sltarad at foatofli.-r at Roanoke. Virginia aa Bacond l iaa Mai' Maltrr BATES l> ADA mil I V tU catita per "tea paeal'la lo carrier I a N!? per rear pay an? at tbe offloa BY MAC. bWp. one r*jr |AUU r-MUa. au oiui.tba >0 UMU. Ibre* ajou'.ba Jl 6o | BaHf. one inoulL 90 AO EUCiTluNES Ouriaa tbe Dae .Ail Calla 31 BCV At Nix bt t 30 I' ill It f Jll A M a.aWataeea ul-tt 31?'C ^ jBdltajCUl ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

dlir 3mi (Published by IWtuf Aaeietant Ci WILLIAM i>AKKEC LUJYE V . HI-Y Club Holds Excellent Meet ! 1 (By A. ??tt) TUe Hl-Y Club ot HounoUo H!*h | Hchool held Its nfth regular weekly > rneetlnr Hi the Banquet Hall of the Y. il. C; A. Thursday November Jnd | at C:1S t?. m. About fifty boya were ? present aud an unique negro program , _ was rendered by a selected group of t alrla from the Olrla Club. After the , regular eunner eeeeeS all ?? guests w?ro introduced. D. D. With- | crs led In itmal Bonn. Amonc them 1 **? "I'm Forever Roosting Ilt-Y." 1 The minute* of the previous meeting ' w ere read by the secretary. .Mr. lk?ti- I berry, faculty advisor. .announced ' I hilt llol hli.el, nil. ;.' WMII..W, -* Tommy" Tncker. Sterling Weld, t .Moortnjiiv !'ark?is "Hack"- Cuddy, t "11*11^ Trim met and "lanr" Kreb* g *?re chosen by a committee a* dele- 1 Kate* from the Hl-Y Club to attend the "Older Roys" conference which I* , to'"be held In Itoanoke Norcniber 10- J 12. ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 3 November 1922

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Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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