Sparks Article See Related Ad 8-31-1938
C. attended Sun- and j Fair : Eowjjrs of Faystteville and Rev. C. j R. Hester of St. Pauls conducted i the funeral. Interment was made J in the Green Springs cemetery. ! Pallbearers were: Leon Cal; hcun, Charlie and Edward McDon- |ald, Ernest Moore, Elbcrt. Calhoun. Maxie Dove. Flowerbearers \vc-rc granddaughters, Mrs. Fred Fruits. Misses Sarah, Margaret and Tnez Canndy, Willu McArthur, and Violet Fisher. Circus Day For Town Tomorrow j i 10 stated and at of Up with the break of day, deploring the absence of breakfast neglecting even to wash the sleep from their eyos, all'wending their way in the same direction, all filled to an over-flow with an eagerness and curiosity so rarely exhibited, describes to a degree the scenes which will be enacted in the early morning hours of tomorrow, for tomorrow, (If you do not already know it) is "circus day" in Lumber ton imci the youngsters, as well as the older folks too, will become living example::- and real actcrs in these scenes when Charles Sparks brings his all new and greatly enlarged 1938 edition of the Bownie Bros.-Circus, to town and erects its city of 32 tents upon the 19* Elm'St. Circus grounds. Veterans of many similar dawns will be flanked by infants who participate in their initial bow in welcoming i n ? circus to town; older brotln -.Â· ..vjn t c (he custodian-; of the "Â·";.!:igor members of the family, \ v i . i l c if Oncclv i? "circus miiid'-d". Grr.r.dDa w i l l no doubt for 1 ;--! tlmt. touch of rheumatic?- ]-'!U; rr.oiigli io tako "Billy and "Hi-!cn" t n roc the- circus raise'majestically into the air and to watch tho O ncp grassy plot of ground became a veritable beehive of rumbling red wagons, mountainous elephants, husky darky laborers, sv.'inging their heavy pledges with rythm and speed, they drive the stakes deep into ground to secure the ropes which will make the "big top" menagerie and countless other tents necessary to house the people, proper- tics and personnel of the circus. safe and secure in event of wind or storm?. Long rows of closed dens housing the vast collection of wild animals move in processional order into the menagerie tent, whil? her-ja u' JLUMIJT-I ing o-ieDhants. caravans of camels and dromedaries, troupes of pcr.HT and zebras f their places in ihe stake line in menagerie tent where they will .'Â·tend fcr inspection ns tho circus pat-ens pciss i n t o tho big too. Doers open for the 2 performances at 1 7 D. m. About 225 young men in New Brunswick will be employed this summer in forestry projects under the renewed Dominion-provincial youth training plan. Agricultural and household science short courses also w i H be yiven.