Members of an Illinois National Guard machine fun company, shown guarding a road nrar Taylw-ville. Ill, leading to Peabody Mine No. The soldiers dispersed small bodies of striking miners with tear gas bombs. Mac' Dawson has returned from a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Elijah Wyatt and Mr. Wyatt near Hopkinsville, K Mr. Bob Coke, Mr, and Mrs. John Grant, Mr. Shelton Davis and son John Shel-ton, Mr.
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Hugh L. Cooper right. The rearing spillway is pictured above.
How the dam and Its generating plant will form a source of power for neighboring industries Is ; shown in sketch. To get the power necessary for her gigantic schemes of industrial-iaatioti, soviet Russia has built Dnleprostroy, the greatest hydroelectric plant in the world drawing its energy from a dam feet high, which impounds the draining ofsquare miles. The dam, Boon to be formally opened, is Russia's biggest construction.
But the soviet union plans to build, another dam at Volgastroy. Since more than a score of large central stations and many smaller stations have been erected.
Power plant output last year was 10,, kilowatt-hours, twice that of and five times the prewar output. Its turbines, when in full operation, will have a capacity ofhorsepower. This compares withhorsepower at America's Niagara. Falls, andat Muscle Shoals.
Since only three of Dnleprostroy 's nine turbines can operate at thanda seasons the plant will be supplemented with reserve steam plants havinghorsepower capacity. American engineer and ehief consultant, will take a principal part along with A? Winter, head of the soviet administration of the project. Colonel Cooper has been awarded the Order of the Red Star for his work, the first foreigner to be so dating. The American plans for construction were Chosen after a comparative test was made between them and a European de.
Wilson Bowers and children, W. T Etfie Lavem and Wilson Jr. Jim Parker and, Mr. Herman Bowers last Sunday afternoon in this community. Peacncr of Oakwood spent the weekend with Miss Peaeher's parents, Mr. Ott Peacher at Palmyra. John Allen last Sunday. Henry Atkins of Ookwood spent Sunday right with his aunt, Mrs.
Jim Parker of this place. Allen spent la. Alvis Carpenter and children ifEdgeton, Ky. Caipentcr's parents, Mr. Willie Carpenter of this place. Miss Nellie Jackson Clarksville this place went to Clarksville Sunday afternpon where she11 wijl' enter high school. WyClardy spent last weekend at her 'home at Jordan Springs.
Lee Milam. Finis Morrison and children, June and Jean of St. Bethlehem were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. Jim Holt of this community.
Willis Bowers visited Mr. Curtis Jones of York Landing last Sunday afternoon. Wnlter Hembree, Mrs. Shepherd, Her-schel Reed, were among the shoppers in Clarksville Saturday. Jamie Waters, teacher at Taylor's Grove spent last, weekend at her home in Liberty community. Lester Hagcwood and Mrs. The home for the occasion, was made attractive with gift bouquet of autumn flowers. Isham Harris.
The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Theodore Hintofi. The program was opened with singing "America," with Miss Zenobla Hudglns at the piano.
After which a short business session was held. The roll call was answered with what I can do to assist the teacher or the school. Thirteen members were present with one visitor, Mrs. Short Waller. The attendance prize was drawn by Miss Zenobia Hudglns. The minutes of the meeting was read by the secretary and approved after which the following program was given. A discussion on school lunches, hot and cold, was led by Mrs. Grafton Dickson, which proved to be very helpful.
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This was followed by a splendid talk on "Attractive School Surroundings" by Mrs. Theodore Bin-ton. Suggestions for making, the surroundings attractive was given 1 on' "Scnooi Clothes and Equipment," and a discussion on that i topic was also heard.
During the social hour a clever contest was en-Joyed, Mrs. Will Neblett winning the prize. After which a delightful party plate was served. Troutt, grad-uate of Belmont college arid Sango pupils. The program will consist of popular tahd classical s On piano and violin, also vocalnum- bers. On Oct. This will be -an all-day affair. Marie Riggins sponsor. The enrollment for the high and elementary department this year isthe largest enrollment had here, while 77 are enrolled In high school.
Allen Pursell returned from several weks' visit with Mrs. Purcell's parents, Rev. Williams at McEwen. While there Mr. Purcell led the singing at a revival which was con ducted by Rev. Will Neblett spent several days last week with his sister, Mrs. Albert Williams and Judge Williams at Nashville.
Dump Hagewood entertained Sunday with a dinner. Those enjoying the occasion were Mr. Clarence McCollom of Detroit, Mr. Bethlehem, Mr. Lester Hagewood and son Larry, Mr. Robert Chad-wick and children Billy, Bobby, and Joanne of this place.
John Harvey has returned to her home at Glenwylde after spending several days here with "her daughter, Mrs, Sterling Wyatt and Mr- Wyatt.