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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

< ontimiecl from 3d page penmanship. Ruth Eastham 2nd prize composition. Enin Johnston, Ist prize, product map. Audrey Hiner, 2nd prize, map of Highland. Addie Robertson, Ist prize, class C business letter. Sc> hert Beverage, 2nd prize penmanship. A", nie G. Hiner, Ist prize Composition. . .Blue Crass High School • ! ma Mnllenax 2nd prize, class A dia ting. Lottie Clemm Ist prize class B letter. Grace Wimer, Ist prize composition. Grace Wimer 2nd prize drawing L-Rtio Glemm Ist prize drawing. Lore nee \Vu ior Ist prize, class C map of Highland. Mandti 2nd prize pro—duct map. McDowell High School b n Da> <.. 2nd prize class A penmanship. , .<> phine bpiaun Ist prize class G latter. r< . phine Splaun 2nd prize compo sit ion. Mary Hiner l;-.t prize penmanship. Doc Hill School Gurino Hoover, 2nd prize class A composition. * I ary Shumate 2nd prize, class A composition. .'ranees Hiner Ist prize, class B penmanshi...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

I am now prepared to show you for every body—men. women, boys, fords of almost every discription Also a full line of men's and boys’ full li 1! c of dry goods—men’s and the most complete and up-to-date town. Among the specialties I have shirts, cotton cloth, floor coverings, attractive line of ladie’s, and gent’s All of this is new stock, was bought the prices, I believe, will be a piers WUI be very glad for you to come Will buy any produce I can han Please come in and see how I can modifies. I am giving the store my ially glad to see my friends even if Please be sure to ask the price of children's, misses’ stockings, and you come in the most immense line of shoes, shoes girls and childrens shoes, slippers, ox suits, pants, children's dresses—A children’s hats; in fact I have one of stock of goods ever offered in this to offer is coffee, salt, leather, men’s overalls, emamel wear, and the most oxfords ever offered on the market on the latest and lowest market and ant surprize to you...

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LOCAL ISEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

LOCAL ISEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY APR 29, 1021 The busy spring season was reflect ed in the small court attendance. M. V. Smith, of Valley Center, and one of the county’s aged veterans paid Monterey a visit on Monday. 11. F. Slaven spent Sunday last with his son, H. 8., of Harrisonburg. Rev. W. H. Hudson preached for the Monterey Presbyterian congregation Sunday morning at 11. Corner of Main and Spruce streets has been the scene of a medicine show since the opening of court. Miss Kathleen Uore, who was assisting Miss Bessie Gum in the Littl“ Fashion Shop, for a few days, has returned to her home in Raui.ion. A letter from R. M. Ragle . ays ho and his wife are coin;' irtubl; located in the Lone Star*state at (’aroma, and like it lino. He wants to hr remember ed to his fi iends. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 1 Multy, . i Charlottesville, who acre visiting the former’s brother. E. A. McdNul , of McDowell, spent Tn lay in .'i- nterey. C. A. i...

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THIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

THIMBLE April 26 -Eld Gibbs preached an excellant s- rmon at Wesley Chapel Sunday morning. Mrs. W. 11. Monday and Mrs. Forest Ilincr mill are quite ill. Born lo Mr and Mrs. M. C. Carpenter, of Big /alley, a son. Mr. and Mrs. R. E Bussard and little sn oi Big Valley, are visiting relatives in Rockingham. Mrs. Keni Simmons and daughter ar visiting datives at Trimble. Vv r . W. T rry attended a sale at Warm Springs. C. A. Robertson went to Harrison burg Monday to attend court. Mrs. A. J. Terry was the guest of her daughter Mrs Lucius Lockrldge of Williams Mile for a few days. Mrs. S. H. Terry lias been on the sick list for a few days. Little Roy Robertson and Paul Waggy are numbered with the sick. Miss Liz: ie Terry spent the week end at home, accompanied by Miss Hevener. Mr, and Mrs Lester McCallister and children oi Warm Springs, visited the former s sister Mrs. John Terry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Gardner visited the former’s daughter Mrs. Henry Ryder, of Wi...

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LOST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

LOST On day c.f gcliooi Fair, a ladies watch, Open faced, red case with gild band around same, leather fob with letter D on the metal of fob. Liberal leward for return of same to, Delroy Pruitt Monterey, Ya

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THE SCHOOL FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

THE SCHOOL FAIR The School Fair, held at Monterey Api il 22 was the first event of its kind ever attmpted by our schools but the elaborate display of co position work, penmanship, map u ing, kimiei garden work, and m ,i;o cr.aft, exhibited at the school h se would have done credit to any county It was indeed good and, we slu 1 1 all be proud of our first school fair. The athletic events too, were interest ing, good, and enjoyed by all. The friendly competition and sportsman ship shown between the differant schools was splendid. In the school competition, Doe Hill won first prize Monterey High School winning second. Blue Grass High School come out ahead of M. 11. S. in the athletic contests, M H. S. however, won in the written work. Below is given a list of the winners and their school. LIST OF WINNERS IN ATHLETIC CONTEST Events for boys between G and TO years of age, inclusive, —CO Yard Dash— Jennings Marshell (Blue Grass), first. Don Armstrong (McDowell)’ end. Edv. in Clem (Blue Gr...

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Circuit Court [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

Circuit Court Due perhaps to the busy season more than to any other cause the attendance on the pre cut term of court which convened on Tuesday inn been below (he average. There was little business in court except of chancery nature, and several non-resident attorneys, who usually attend were absent at this term. The visiting lawyers were Joseph Classgow, of Staunton, B. 11. Hin er of Franklin and J. W. Stephenson and son, J. W. Jr., of Warm Springs. Special grand jury was ordered by Judge Holt, and was sitting all day Wednesday, adjourning at the evening hour until this morning.

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CBABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

CBABBOTTOM Mrs. Phcbc Hinkle and daughters, Mrs. Lillie Arbogast and Mrs. Martha Warner weie calling on Mrs. William and Charles Fleisher Monday. D. W. Keyster of Harrisonburg spent Monday night with Luther Ham |mer. * Miss Lyda Propst and Don Wimcr were married Monday evening. Claud Jordon, D. H. and Geo. Cola were in M- ■< v '-day. ■v. I*. W. A . >g{ . with 1 Hy came from ( ircloville Sunday to ’lei C. li. Hinkles and he preached Sunday night at New Church. < : ncle Jimmie Gilkcrson, of 11 randy wine is hee with friends. Dorn to Mr. and Mis. Lillie Mull ■n >Monday, a daughler. Jar ion Moyers and v ife, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hammer spent Sunday i :ui Jasper Simmons. 'those present at the beautiful, historic old homo of Miss Alice Gum unlay were Mr. and Mrs. L. Chew, their son Frank and daughter, Bess- . Sallie Whltecoiton, Jennie Boxrede, Orion Harper, wife and little daughler, liev. P. W. Arbogast, and ‘Charles Nicholas, -Mrs. Pheobie Wim ...

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To be Installed [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

To be Installed Rev. J. A. Mawhinney will be installed as pastor cf Beulah Presbyterian church Sunday morning May Ist at 11 o’clock. Rev. H. W. McLaughlin will preach the sermon, Rev S. B. Hannah will charge the pastor, and Rev. A. W. Wood will char- I ge the people. In the afternoon at 2; f Rev. A. W. Wood and Rev. S. B 1 - -nah will preach, livery one is requested to bring a : :ch and be prepared to stay for Doth sermons.

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Telephone Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

Telephone Meeting i here will be a meeting of the ; Highland Mutual Telephone Co. at .Monterey on May 14th at 10:30 a. m It is very important that all branch lines be represened. J. (X Armstrong, Pres.

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TWO MEN KILLED WHILE RESISTING ARREST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

TWO MEN KILLED WHILE RESISTING ARREST The Recorder is called upon to chronicle one of those tragic events common throughout the world and read of almost every day, but never brought so close home before. Clarence and John Ryder, two bro thers, aged 26 and 27 years and sons of Andrew Ryder, were mortally wounded while resisting arrest by Sherriff Bird and a passe of sworn deputies near their home five miles east of Monterey Monday afternoon It is not the purpose of the Recorder to make of the unfortunate event a sensational, two column newspaper story, but to give, as briefly as possible, the deplorable details and circumstances leading up to and Connected with the tragedy, and which are now being investigated and brought out by a coroners jury. The trouble started when an effort was made to arrest one or all of the three —Lewis Wimer being with the Ryder boys when they drove their Ford car up Main Street at an I unlawful and dangerous rate of speed. The officials had one of the brot...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

CHURCH SERVICES Monterey Circuit, Sunday. May 1. Preach!..? at Seybert Chapel 11 a. ni. at Ilightow, 2 p m.; and at Mr:.Kiev 8 p vi. The FrstQuarterly Conference will be held in Monterey the 2nd and 3rd The Presiding Elder, Dr. J. H. Light will preach Monday at 8 pm. The business session will be held Tutsd •> at 1C a. in. Rembert D McNeer Crabbottom Charge—lst Sunday Cent nil 11 A. M.; New Church, 3 P. M. 2nd Sunday, Union Chapel 11 A. M.; Central 8 P. M. 3rd Sunday New Church 11 A. M.; Central 8 P. M. 4th Sunday Circleville 11 A. M.; Dry Run 3 P. M. Ist quarterly meeting at Central, preaching by P. E. Rev. J.H.Light May Ist 8 P. M. Busincs meeting May 2 10 A. M. H. W. Lindi nood

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

ITOTICE The 102 Anniversary Sevices of the Odd-Fellow.-:, will lie held at Mon terey on Wed. eve. Apr. 27 at 8 P. M Some prominent speakers will address the people. All Odd-Fellows are requested to be present, also the public is cordially invited. By order, District Deputy HONOR LIST NEW-—Tate Diner, Marlinton, W. Va. RENEWALS—-Geo. Mitchell. Doe Hill; 13. F. Hiner, Mustoe; W. L. Chew, J. C.Swecker, Monterey Rt 1 A. Lee Wimer, J. D. Waybright Crab ttom; Dr. H. H. Jones, Dunmore; Mrs Joe McCoy, Swoope; Mrs. Ad Rex v Me, High town; W. B. Stuart, Headwaters; Harry Lightner, Valley Cent er; Mrs. H. M. Faurote, Robt Hederick, Monterey; Mrs. A R. Lockridge, Flood; Mrs Mary Swadley, Dayton; Geo S. Fleisher, Acron O. DR. C. E. COLLINS DURBIN, W. VA. Prepared to do all kinds of Dental Work. Satisfaction guaranteed. o Southern Pennsylvania Farms In The Heart of the East “Where Town and Country Meet” Best Agricultural Lands, Truck, Dairy, Stock Raising, and Orchardling, Centralied and Vocation...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

FOE SALE Just received one carload of Government Corrugated Roofing. We are selling same fast and at very low prices. Klotz Brothers, t-4-15 Staunton, Ya. NOTICE All r- ■ .-■ons who had land transferr cd while I was Commissioner of the Revenue and have not paid fee for same will do so by the first day of court. All fees not settled then will be turned over to an officer for collection. Save cost, settle now. J. H. Pruitt Teacher’s Examination The spring examination for teachers will be held at Monterey April, 29 and 30. R. E. Mauzy, Dis Supt.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

BUSINESS I 0( Advertisements ur. d e tio following rate: 25 25c each insertion. E; word at one cent per Figures and initials co Cash MUST accompany FOII SALE—One six steam engine and I liras running condition. W. A. Ci 2t Vail LOST A crank to ear Leiveen Thorny Bo Do.veil on Monday, 18tl er please make known t bogast, Monterey Va. R MALE ! ELP W ' N n Keen Busy. Is yor.r job : manent? You want a li ess. You can get into so selling more than .157 duets direct to farmers and can give b; nd with itios. We back you ii helps. 52 years in b; ; 000 users of cur preum information whcre \ u ll rilcry. J. K. Watkins Co 111, Winona, Minn. WANTED—BIue gras 40 head of cattle, 3 am for the season. State p CHAS G HERRING, Bri WANTED—CattIe to summer on my range on Bartow turnpike. Thos. I Mid lOR SALE—Pure W eggs. A setting of 15 Nw is the time to hatch layers. 11. B. WOOD, 7 —y*-* a —~Tf —y ~*~*— a j” ~—y-'T r> ii/yi>r :&■ : "£ & T3 1 rv; ►”*~v I t'v ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

in a 'SHI m V 3 CIGARETTE z|" ANY smokers prefer it. 'I hey *ll find that this compact package of ten Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit them. vhtS f ' Try them-—dealers now carry both sizes; 10 for lOcts; 20 for 20 cts. ►•Si id H y* • if. ■—-r-^. czao r530K23l - «« Hal .ISOC r: L e?p. si trr•: * a n•s rr a h'f r,; A 1! Wi;«i 5%L nmh v?e;U tmTUJ E ? S ?. I The man who spends less than he o.irt s lias learned the way to independence and success. Ho matter what ills income may be he ia- ws hat h c iai mg; to live within it and save some surplus for liis growing bank account. When money is put aside regularly it grew* with really surprising speed. This I ank helps tlirifty people to save by paying four per cent interest on sat ings accounts subject to usual regulation. Teach your dollars to have more cents TKC F'Syf t;STrfi?idw ohms/ Hi! n?? M bAIIIML mm ill 3 s Monterey, Vn. Oldest —Largest— Sts ongest V<JiW L JZmL. w»\ • oir- 6. V/r-sll O Kill Col a i ■*** JS feif uui ...

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Fmm G«»J. BEAUTY GIVES HINTS ON GRADUATION FROCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

F mm G«»J. BEAUTY GIVES HINTS ON GRADUATION FROCKS boned frock of white has a baby blue, bodice and is trimmed with blue curled ribbon. The dropped shoulder effect is from grandmother’s day and promises to be very popular this season.. On the right is a dainty frock of erabroid erod handkerchief linen and with hemstitching adding to the bodice. It has a beautiful lace yoke la Sweet girl graduates whp have already started lo plan their graduation frocks may well take a hint from tha girlish styles worn by beautiful Natalie Manning. On tnc left the beruEled and berib- Ihe center a pleasing arrangement of hair. Miss Manning is the theatrical find of the season and is appearing with Madge Kennedy in the Henry W. Savage production of “Cornered "

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KOREAN FOOTBALL 2597 B. C. Players Wore Silk Stockings and Used Fans, According to Account Found in Old Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921

KOREAN FOOTBALL 2597 B. C. Players Wore Silk Stockings and Used Fans, According to Account Found in Old Book. “Yz'uk kuk.” That’s just Korean for football. Antiquarians digging around the dust/ tomes of old Japan came across a document which seems to be the Police Gazette of B. C. 2G97. The moleskins of the day were made of silk. It was not uncommon to find a huge pansy across the back of a stalwart tackle. Stockings were silk, too, and of variegated colors. The Big Bill Edwards of those days was Emperor Ch’eng Ti of the Han dynasty. History relates that he hacked his team to the limit. Whether he showed the devotion of the modern college student who sells his furniture to bet on the game is not known. Walter Camp was represented by Gen. Asukai Masatsune. He got out the original rule book and guide. Whether he also picked his own crowd for the All-Mongolian or not, history does not say. At any event he was the original coach and probably won his share of moral victories while the ot...

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