Howard College Girls Glee Club Play Sylacauga Thursday Night At College Auditorium
The Howard College Girls Glee Club will appear here in concert at the High School Auditorium on Thursday April 1, at 8:15 under the auspices of the Baptist W.M.S.
This is the only girls glee club in (the) South from co-educational school that has made a success. They have had a phenomenal success for several seasons.
The program in a derivation from the usual type of glee club program in that music is provided for every type of person that come to a glee club program beginning with really classical numbers in the opening ensemble with “Roses of Picardy,” “In The Garden Of To-Morrow,” and “Gypsy Love Song,” the program varies with quartettes, orchestration, vocal, violin, and coronet solos, readings, impersonations, ____.
The girls orchestra will be a feature on the program, playing latest popular numbers. Little ___en year old Ellard Nunnally, mascot of the club will without a doubt be the biggest hit on the program with vocal and coronet solos, readings and impersonations. The grace, poise, and ease that Little Nunnally appears on stage combined with his radiant personality sweeps every audience into ecstasies and wonder. Miss Charlotte Burns, popular singer, will appear on the program with some popular interpretations.
A special act representing a Southern scene with solos, duets chorus will feature the “Last Rose of Summer,” “Love’s Old Sweet Song,” “Whispering Hope,” and “Lullaby.” A glimpse of campus life, with unusual groupings, will feature “I Want To Be Happy,” “O Genevie,” “Indian Love Call” and “I Want To Go Back To My Mammy” by Mrs. Mildred Write Wallace of Columbiana, Alabama. A girls quartet will be an added attraction with some wonderful numbers.
Ku Klux Klan Revival In Progress
House is Being Filled to Full Capacity at Each Service
Dr. Stout, of Detroit, Mich., is conducting a revival in the Ku Klux Klan hall on Second Street, adjoining The Advance building, and the hall is being filled each evening to full seating capacity.
Dr. Stout is national field lecturer for the Klan, and has held meetings at numbers of towns throughout the State.
There is being only one sermon preached daily, at 7:30 each evening. Dr. Stout will preach next Sunday evening on Evolution, and is expecting a full house at this service.
The meetings have been in progress since last Wednesday, March 10th, and will close with his sermon on “Evolution” Sunday evening.
It is said that Dr. Stout will go from here to Talladega where he will conduct another meeting.
H. Burr Will Be Host To Members 30 Alabama
__nts to Entertain Veterans Of __ Regiment At Reunion In Birmingham
Gorden H. Burr of Birmingham, wants to entertain all the members of the Thirtieth Alabama regiment Confederate States of America, residing in Talladega County at the coming Confederate Veterans reunion in Birmingham. Mr. Burr’s father, the late Major W.H. Burr was a member of the Thirtieth Alabama and he wants to take all the survivors of this regiment to his home during the reunion and give them his personal attention.
Mr. Burr was in the city Thursday and requested the __me to make his desires public, and asked that all veterans of the thirtieth Alabama who will accept his invitation to address him __ the Brown-Mark building in Birmingham, giving him their names and addresses so that he may be in touch with them.
Mr. Burr’s thoughtfulness will be greatlly appreciated by the survivors of the Thirtieth Alabama.
Ocie Baxley Badly Injured At Sawmill
Just before going to press Ocie Baxley, a young man employed at a saw mill near Talladega Springs, was brought to the Sylacauga Infirmary, having been badly injured when a stack of lumber fell on him this morning while he was engaged at work.
He was brought to the Infirmary on the 12:27 L. & N. train, the accident occurring only a short time before the train reached Talladega Springs.
Aged Man Falls Dead At Depot
Aged Man Dies Suddenly While En Route To Visit Relatives
Mr. L. Wright, age 71, fell dead at the Union Passenger station Monday morning about 9:00 o’clock while waiting for a train.
The aged man, whose home was said to be at Haleyville, had been visiting here, and was at the depot to go to Alexander City where it is said he had relatives whom he intended to visit.
His remains were taken charge of by the Howard Undertaking parlors and shipped to Symria (sic) where interment took place.
Relatives were located by parties who knew him at Alexander City, and funeral arrangements made.
Central Of Georgia Issues Booklet Advertising Sylacauga
Textile Advantages, Hydro-Electric Power, Schools and Churches Illustrated
In keeping with its policy to encourage industrial development, the Central of Georgia Railway has issued a booklet entitled “Textile Opportunities in the South – Facts concerning Sylacauga, Alabama.”
This booklet is being widely distributed amount prospective investors and others by the Industrial Department of the Central of Georgia Railway, and those who may be interested may obtain copies by applying to J.M. Mallory, General Industrial Agent, at Savannah.
The information has been collected through surveys made by Robert & Company, architects and engineers of Atlanta, who have built a number of textile plants in the south and who were secured by the Central of Georgia to make a study of the opportunities at Sylacauga.
The booklet is well illustrated by maps and views of this city.
In addition to issuing this booklet, the Central of Georgia is carrying on an advertising campaign in a number of textile trade papers, and will make an exhibit at the International Textile Exposition to be held in Mechanics Building at Boston, Mass., manufactured in Georgia and Alabama, maps showing the location of the textile plants in these states. Literature, including the Sylacauga booklet will be distributed.
Among the many things advertised in this booklet are Manufacturing Advantages, Hydro-Electric power, water and sanitation, power and light, churches and schools, transportation facilities, industrial water supply and drainage, climatic and health conditions, agriculture, local industries, marble quarries, etc.
Druggist Found Dead Sitting In His Store
Discovered Five Hours After place Was Closed
Goodwater, Ala., March 11—
John W. Caldwell a prominent citizen and druggist of this place was found dead last night about midnight in his store. He was sitting in a chair when found and it is not known just how long he had been dead as the store closed about 7 o’clock. Death is supposed to have been caused by heart trouble. Mr. Caldwell has been in poor health for some time.
Deceased was reared here but later moved to Birmingham, where he lived being connected with the Southern railway as a conductor and other positions. Burial will take place here Friday, it is stated.
Campaign For Memorial Coins
Sylacauga is a little late in making their campaign for selling their quota of Memorial coins for the Confederate Memorial being carved on Stone Mountain, but we are sure they will go over the top as they always do.
Sylacauga’s quota is 1,000 coins, and if not sold within the next three weeks the coins will be returned to the Memorial association and the price will be advanced to two dollars each.
The business men of the city are underwriting the purchase of these coins for the citizens in general, in as much as the memorial carved on Stone Mountain near Atlanta, Ga., will be a memorial to the Confederate and the South in general, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Therefore the local chapter U.D.C. will undertake the retailing of these coins to the citizenship of the south end of Talladega county, and solicit the co-operation of every organization, men women and children to help in putting this over.
The campaign will start Monday, and every one taking one of these coins will aid the United Daughters of the Confederacy in putting over this great undertaking.
Central Of Georgia Putting In More Trackage
Another Engine Crew to be Put Into Service Here
The Central Of Georgia Railway company has a grading crew in the city, who are widening the cut between Main street and the crossing of Fort William Street near the City water works plant, with the intention of putting in another side track.
It is also stated that more trackage will be laid between Broadway and the crossing of Eight Street near Thomas’ store.
It is understood that when this trackage is added to the already large yards, that three switching crews will be maintained by this road in the city, and perhaps, another switch engine put in service here. It is understood that one of the engines will be used almost exclusively for helping most heavy loaded trains over the long Trammell’s grade south of the city while the other engine will be used for yard and switching service.
Alabama Power Co. Turned On Current In Goodwater Today
Goodwater, Ala., March 12 —
The Alabama Power Company turned on its current in Goodwater today. The substation has been completed and the wires have been brought into the town and everything is now ready for the power company to begin distributing current in this place for lighting and manufacturing purposes.
Several months ago the Alabama Power company purchased the municipal light plant on Hatchett Creek, which has been in use for about 20 years, and the old plant it is stated will be dismantled soon.
The water power on Hatchett Creek was not sufficient to generate the required electric power for lighting purposes and in an election held to indorse the sale of the plant resulted in practically unanimous vote, the sale following soon thereafter formally.
Mortgage Foreclosure Notice
Default having been made in the terms of that certain mortgage executed by T.D. White and his wife Lular White, to the City National Bank of Sylacauga, Alabama, on the 6th day of July, 1925, and which said mortgage, and the debt thereby secured was duly transferred and assigned by the City National Bank to Otis Levie for a valuable consideration, and said default continuing, I the undersigned Otis Levie as the assignee and holder of said mortgage, and the indebtedness thereby secured, will sell at public outcry for cash to the highest bidder, in front of the court house door, of said county, between the legal hours of sale, on the 22nd day of March, 1926, the following described property, to wit:
The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, of Section Ten Township Twenty one, Range Three, East, also ten acres on the south side of the south half of the southeast quarter, of Section Three, Township, Twenty-one, Range Three, East, also Twenty acres of the south half of the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter, of Section Two Township, Twenty-one, Range Two, East, containing in all seventy acres all lying in Talladega County, Alabama.
Said sale is for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and cost and expenses of foreclosure.
Otis Levie…. Ass’gnee of said mortgage.
Partition Of Lands. Notice Of Commissioners Sale
In pursuance and in accordance with the terms and directions of a commission, issued and addressed to the undersigned by the Honorable E.A. Hammett, Judge of the Probate Court of Talladega County, Alabama bearing date of February 12, 1926. I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash at public auction on the hereinafter described property, on Monday the 8 day of March, 1926, at 12 o’clock, M, all that certain property described as follows:
Lots number twenty-nine (29), thirty (30) and thirty-one (31), in Block B., West Highlands, in Sylacauga, Talladega County, Alabama.
Which said land is to be sold under a decree of the said Court, for the purpose of a division between and among the several joint owners therof, who are as follows, to wit:
Clora Hudgins, Maud Hudgins, Clara Lee Powell, Dewit Talmadge Hudgins, Carl Hudgins, Byron Hudgins, Talmadge Hammett, Reba Hammeett, Sally Jones, and Carroll Hudgins.
E.N. West, Commissioner
Order and Notice To Non-Resident — In Equity
To C.A. Summers.
A bill has been filed in the Circuit Court of Talladega County, Equity Docket, against you by Maud Summers alleging certain grounds of complaint and it appearing by the affidavits to said bill that you are a non-resident, and over twenty-one years of age and your place of residence is unknown and cannot be ascertained after due effort.
The Register hereby orders publication of these facts, and this order in this newspaper, and requires you to answer or demur to the said bill before the 24th day of April, 1926.
This, the 24th day of February 1926.
M.R. Joiner, Register
There will be a big singing at Odena church, the fourth Sunday, March 28th, in the Old Christian harmony book.
Everyone invited to come and take part in the singing. Services will start promptly at 1:00
Local News Of Sylacauga
Levie, Teel, of Millerville, was in the city Monday.
T.M. Roberts, was a business visitor to Birmingham, Monday
Miss Blanche Porter, has accepted a position with David A. Steinberg.
Mrs. R.L. Rumsey, and children Rob, and Claude, Mr. Lackey and Miss Parley Lecroy motored to Millerville, Sunday afternoon.
J. S. Speer, of Weogufka, was attending business in the city Tuesday.
A. B. Parker is attending the state Ice Manufacturers Convention which is in session in Birmingham.
The many friends of C.S. Thweatt, of Route 2, will regret to learn that he is confined to his room with flu.
The many friends of Buster Bazemore will regret to learn that he is confined to his room with Measels, Mumps and flu.
Misses Ernesta and Estelle Castleman, were visitors to Montevallo, the first of the week.
J.A. Prater of Weogufka, was a business visitor in the city Friday.
Mrs. J.J. Hightower, who has been spending the winter in Fla., returned to the city.
Mrs. Gay, of Dadeville, was guest of Mrs. J.H. Lane Thursday.
John Green spent Sunday at Mt. Sharon with friends.
Ode Chafen and family, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brewer.
Isaac Green and Man Green spent Sunday pm with Mr. Jeff Winslett’s
Mr. Jim Pearson made a business trip to Fayetteville Saturday.
Ethel Hutcherson spent Saturday night with Katherine Hutchinson.
Sunday School is progressing nicely.
Rev. Thompson filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday.
Misses Gertrude and Rubye Crane, of Ashville, have returned to finish their years course in Fayetteville High school.
Mr. Arnold Taylor of Birmingham, spent the day with Miss Mary Childress Sunday.
Miss Lola Mae Parker of Sylacauga, spent the weekend with Miss Mary Childress.
Miss Elizabeth De Shazo and Miss Rubye Monroe of Birmingham, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Davis.
Miss Lora Bell Riggins who is teaching at the Boys Industrial School of East Lake, spent the weekend with home folks.
Mr. Ted Thurman, of Sycamore spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Mary Sims.
Mr. Raleigh Edwards, and Mr. Francis Childress, called on the Misses Rubye and Gertrude Crane, Sunday Afternoon.
There will be a play at the high school auditorium Friday evening 7:30 o’clock, admission 15 & 25¢. Everybody invited.
Mr. Kelly, Isaac and Thomas Merrell spent the day in Calera, Sunday.
Mr. Porter Music, of Russell School, was in Fayetteville Sunday pm.
Mr. Howard Johnson, of Sylacauga, filled his regular appointment here, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Elijah Parker, and Mr. Lavert Heaslett, of Sylacauga, were visiting here sunday afternoon.
Honor Roll Of Sylacauga Public School For February
Martha Arnold, Clovis Motes, James Peters, John Taylor, Margaret Thomas and Samuel White.
Ruby Clark Monk, Elisa Lyons, David Pruet, Allie Stanton and Mary Emily Wallis.
Mable McConatha and Harold Owens.
Garlen Cassel, D.D. Hammond, Randolph Hamilton, James Hastie, Rowland Meddler, and Billie Roberts.
Inez Boroughs, Virginia Martin and Charlotte White.
Ralph Andrews, Edward Jordan Jr., Elizabeth McClung, Wilbur McEwen, McLeod Patterson and Walton Williams.
Alice Howard, Mary Theo Kelly, Timothy Lyons, Minnie King and Eugene Stanton.
M.L. Smith To Be With David A. Steinberg
I write to my old friends and customers, ladies and men. I will be in the store of David A. Steinberg on April the 1st. So when you come to Sylacauga, look your old friend up. To my old friends from Coosa and Talladega counties, come in and see me. I will be glad to shake your hand.
Your old friend,
Gives Shrubbery To County
Friday Mrs. John C. Williams, who resides on Fort William Street sent a solid truck load of shrubbery to Talladega Friday to be planted in the court house lawn.
This shrubbery was planted by Judge E.A. Hammett, when he was a boy, at the old Hammett home.
Apply For Military Training By April 1st.
Eight Young Men From This County Are Eligible For the Summer Camp
War department was announced the appointment of D.A. McNeill, superintendent of the county board of education, as the Talladega County representative for the citizens’ military training camp for the coming summer.
Mr. McNeill states that he will receive a supply of application blanks for the camp shortly and will be ready to pass these out to young men between the ages of 7 and 24 who want to take a months’ encampment in July at government expenses.
Congress appropriates nearly $3,000,000 annually to enable young men to develop their physical powers under proper supervision at the various camps maintained in the United States. Railroad fare, meals en route and at camp, uniforms, laundry, athletic equipment and medical and dental treatment are furnished.
Eight vacancies have been allotted Talladega County, and it is expected that these will be taken by April 1. Others may apply and if vacancies occur they will be taken care of.
Surveys For State Highway No. 36 Made
Several Surveys for Route Being Made From the City
The crew of state Highway Surveyers was in the city last week making surveys for the locating of the State Highway No. 36 from Sylacauga to Columbiana.
It is understood that several surveys will be made for this proposed highway, one leading from the city ___ by the fairgrounds, another by the way of Gantts Quarry, and perhaps one leaving the Childersburg road at a point near Walco.
Surveys are also being made at Coosa River for the locating of the large concrete bridge. It is understood that this will either be located near Mardis Ferry or the Old Fort William Ferry, near Talladega Springs.
This short strip of highways of the state, the Dixie Highway, at Calera and the Florida Short Route at this place, also connections from Central Alabama to all parts in South Alabama, West Alabama and North Alabama.
It is also understood that surveys are also being made on the bridge for this route is to be located near Lock 12 on the Coosa River, it is understood.
Order And Notice To Non Resident — In Equity
To W.D. Marshall
A Bill has been filed in the Circuit Court of Talladega County, Equity Docket, against you by Annie Bell Marshall alleging certain grounds of Complaint and it appearing by the affidavits to said bill that you are a non resident, and over twenty one years of age, and reside at Columbus, Ga.
The Register hereby orders publication of these facts, and this order in this newspaper and requires you to answer or demur to the said bill before the 31st day of March, 1926.
This, the 18th day of January, 1926.
Order and Notice to Non Resident — In Equity
To Flossie Mae Price.
A Bill has been filed in the Circuit Court of Talladega County, Equity Docket, against you by P.C. Price alleging certain grounds of Complaint and it appearing by the affidavits to said bill that you are a non resident, and over twenty-one years of age, and your residence is unknown and cannot be ascertained after reasonable effort.
The Register hereby orders publication of these facts, and this order in this newspaper, and requires you to answer or demur to the said bill before the 31st day of March, 1925(sic).
This the 27th day of January 1926.
The State Of Alabama County Of Talladega
In this Inferior Court of Sylacauga, Alabama.
Pearson, Pierson & Thomas, a corporation, Plaintiff,
Mrs. J.F. Nunnellee, Defendant
Whereas, Pearson Pierson & Thomas, as plaintiff in the above stated cause has obtained an attachment, issued out of the Inferior Court of Sylacauga, Alabama in and for said County and State, on the 15 day of December, 1925, and returned in before said court, on the first day of March, 1926, at Sylacauga, Alabama against the estate of said Mrs. J.F. Nunnellee, defendant, for the recovery of the sum of $39.41, therin, and whereas said attachment has been executed by Hunter Jones, constable for said County, by levying of the following as the property of the said Mr. J.F. Nunnellee, viz.
8 oak chairs, 1 dining table, 1 oil stove, 3 iron bed steads, 2 bundles of bed clothes, 4 boxes of household goods, 2 sets of bed springs, 1 tool chest, and 1 cook stove.
And whereas it appears that said Mrs. J.F. Nunnellee is a non resident of the State of Alabama, and resides at Huston, Texas.
Now therefore, the said Mrs. J.F. Nunnellee, is hereby notified of said attachment and the levy thereof as aforesaid.
Witness my hand this the 12 day of January, 1926.
Judge of the Inferior Court of Sylacauga, Alabama.