JUNE 11, 1930
Reports from all over the State indicate that the law* generally worked well and with a minimum of confusion in last Saturday's primary, and while it is still not perfect, it is nevertheless a tremendous advance over the old system.
JULY 21, 1930
Mrs. Gardner and I are very much pleased to have received from the Navy Department the beautiful silver service formerly in the Mansion, but which was recalled by the Navy Department in 1928 for use on the Cruiser Raleigh in its tour of European waters.
The return of the silver service adds greatly to the Mansion and is regarded as one of the most beautiful pieces of silver in the country. On the base of the large punch bowl is the following engraving: "From the Citizens of North Carolina. Battleship North Carolina, by the Legislature of 1907. Joint Committee Governor R. B. Glenn, Lieutenant Governor Francis D. Winston, Chairman, Speaker E. J. Justice, Senator John C. Drewry, Representative Charles U. Harris Representative C. F. Hankins."
The bill making the appropriation on the part of the General Assembly was introduced by Representative Charles U. Harris of Raleigh, and sponsored in the Senate by the late Senator John C. Drewry of Raleigh. Representative C. F. Hankins was a member of the House from Davidson County. Lieutenant Governor____________________