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sctidti % C. R* McManaway Society Editor t 9S Before 12 Nooo f0R PRESBYTERIAN people party will be given j*. ' the young people 5^'rvtorian church, all of ■" nlially invited to at- I 4. --. home of Mrs. J. S. , 1--i director of young | ^ > - UU^V»v» J v-» '.. r; :n the church. The . wj]i 5e eight pom BPCBflPHJ [f M Brown. U. S. A. (re t-i Mrs. Brown, the for Xcw York and the lat sly from Virgina, are Jefferson for the s UJV | ; M. Oarren left today ir>rte. where she will at ■y Methwiist conference. :: Mr. Garren. who is al- i : .inference, will j [• . Durham with . H ward Garren, who is University. ,2. E. Biair. of Saluda, of the Second dis :he W, ran's Auxiliary, l cri route to Montgomery. the Provincial Sy-I fie Episcopal church, was <;:? at the Jefferson last 1? a' n is attending :o<i:st conference in Char- j _• «vera! days. |H 31. Justice, of Ruther-. *:t:ng her sister. Mrs. ] 1? C V. Shepherd left to- J t spenc the week-end in i as the guest of her •Mrs. Franklin M. Shan (.*h-e infant daughter,' «:!! be christened in S: Episcopal church on i I G. Peyton left this 5v.r F rt Bennin?, near c.a. after a few days p:. ■ ot Commanderj s I * - nt last night I st of Mr. and U 3 n. j Ers SIT 1934 ET AT NEW BERN I tiii from paze one) fee educator. was under i t - Vf-ttrtiay. when re-i from tha I c-ari ■> of ■ Southern . CTention. a~.'i the five the North Carolina fe bason J. Hayes ad " convention on "One :'-ar< Christian Edu !<.ve!opment f1 ' >na! system n ng f Wake For f;n Is i up to the pres fUGHS " a strangle ho'd. r- ■ s C comuhioo com * known to m.»dern j I' ' ■>*. Pleasant • - ^ .xir own dmg : fund your money ; r r 'Ugh or cold is [ ' 'j^dtuUion. (adr.) it o l"i N A Saturday b " a. m. to 11 p. m. I the* Hi ll IN and w :»!SH *WD I] u»e s 1 ■" the wonder hor»e Between fighting men mlSKETEERS*' S°°p CARTOON SHOWING ^ GAME" ,TRACY tREVOR t W" CihooAe. Woe (ljriqhorrv and beanL brfWi U\. mi* aa&\aWe ^yoc^. - The material for this dress I may be sateen, percale, linen, tub , silks or cotton prints. You can set it in eight sizes: 34, 36, 38, 40. 42. 44. 46 and 4S. Size 38 requires 3 7-8 yards of 35-inch material, or 4 1-4 yards with long sleeves and without the bertha To secure a pattern and simple iewing chart of this model, tear ■>ut this sketch and mail it to Julia Boyd, 103 Park Avenue, New York. N. Y., together with 15 cents in coin. Be sure to en close. on a separate sheet of pa per, your name, full address, your size, the number of this j pattern (No. 2677x), and men »inn thft name nf this nowsn»n#r I Address your envelope to Julia Boyd, The Times-News Fashion Bureau. 103 Park Avenue. New | York, N. Y. 'Buckets' and Goal Buckets Goldenberg, above, for mer Wisconsin grid star, has been scoring goals for the Green Bay Packers' pro squad this year. But there are two other goals he's af ter—one is Miss Marian Werba, below, whose hand he hopes to win, and the other is the movie job of the late Louis Wolheim. Buckets thinks his homeliness qualifies him for the position. Eases Headache In 3 Minutes also neuralgia, muscular ache* and pains, toothache, earache, periodical and other pains due to inorganic causes. No nar cotics. 10c and 25c packages. Honor Roll For Saluda Is Given SALUDA, Nov. 17. — Honor roll for the second month of Sa luda's schools has been compiled as follows: First Grade — Dorothy Ruth Clayton, Harry Gordon. Bobby Johnson. C. D. and Willie Lamb. Second Grade — Ruby Bell,' Ruby Purris and Ruth Thompson. Third Grade—J. L. Pace. Ray mond Thompson, John Edgar Tinsley. Flora Hell, Marjorie Bradley. Betty-Joe Pace. Ollie Thompson and Judith Troutman. Fourth Grade — Albert Bell, Cleo Hall and Ruby Thompson. Fifth Grade—Lois Bell, Fran ces Bradley. Chas. Cooper, Mar cia McCathern and Bill Pace. Seventh Grade—Nina Barber, Mildred Troutman. Dorothy Ward and Fletchev Andrews. Eighth Grade — Ruth Pace,! Julia Pearson, Betty Joe Thomp-1 son and Jessie Morgan. Ninth Grade—Wm. Troutman, J N'ova Hecht and Louise Thomp-, son. Tenth Grade—Mary Davis, Wil-I lard Bell and Calvin Davis. Eleventh Grade—Mildred Pace. NEW KIWANIS BOARD NAMED (Continued from Dage one) mechanics, such as classification of members," he asserted. "I had rather see a club split into fac tions through its efforts to correct local political, civic, social or moral wrongs than to see it sit su pinely by while these things run riot." Mr. Kean, himself a former ed ucator .said that while the teach ing profession has in the past lacked concentration on some of :he fundamentals of education it ioes not now deserve most of the irastic financial ard other restric tions placed on it; that while the medical profession is perhaps the most unselfish of any, the nation has lost much in the passing of the old family doctor, and that while the legal profession is right fully respected he wondered "if the theory of American justice— that a man is innocent until he is proved guilty—is not in fact a barrier against justice." Mr. Ktan, Dr. Jos. R. Sevier,' lieutenant-governor, and several other members of the local club went to Greer, S. C., last night where Mr. Keen presented a char ter to a new club there "and made the principal address. I BOWMAN'S BLUFF o o BOWMAN'S BLUFF, Nov. 17. Miss Gladys Blythe spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilliam at Edneyville. A. V. Reese and daughtr, Miss Izorah, of Hendersonville. visited at the home of II. L. F. Drake Sunday. Rev. J. E. Hlythe preached at Etowah Baptist church last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson visited Mrs. Kate Blythe at the Asheville Normal Saturday eve ning. Mrs. Gilbert has been very ill at the home of her son, John Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blythe had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orr of Kanuga, and Mrs. Dave Orr of Hrevard. Charlie Middleton and son of Valley Hill, were guests of M. H. Bell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. McCrory left last week for their winter home in Florida. Mrs. Willis Talley has been on the sick list. Miss Mariam Williams and a party of friends from Mars Hill visited here Sunday. Pink Fletcher of Charlotte, has been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Flave Cantrell and little son of Valley Hill, visited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gilbert of Point Lookout, visited at the home of John Gilbert Sunday. Mr. ai d Mrs. Daniel Bell and children left Monday for Florida to spend the winter. Miss Maude Miller and a party of friends from Greenville, visit ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fletchcr Sunday. PAGEANT FOR BREVARD BREVARD. Nov. 17. (Special) —A troupe of 30 negroes from Sylva will stage a pageant at the Brevard high school tonight at 8 o'clock, the pageant to be given under auspices of St. Phillips' Guild. News Over World Is Told! in Brief By United Press DOMESTIC WASHINGTON. — The Presi dent confers with J. P. Morgan and Myron Taylor for half an hour. NEW YORK—Both stocks and dollar rally. SAN JOSE, Calif.—Police seize two men and announce they con fessed kidnaping and killing Brooke Hart, wealthy merchant's son. WASHINGTON.—Senate inves tigators seek data on stock mar ket loans from 40 hanks. BALTIMORE.—Order arrest of nine in inquiry into Maryland lynching. I WASHINGTON.—Dr. Wm. I.' Myers succeeds Morgenthau, Jr., j as farm credit head. NEW ORLEANS. La.—Size cf crowd forces senators to climb' fire escape to election hearing. FOREIGN PARIS. — Budget crisis con fronts Sarraute's cabinet. LONDON.—Great Britain rep resented as willing to hear Hit ler's arms demands; sends Sir John Simon back to Geneva. GENEVA.— Informal meeting' of powers Saturday tu attempt to , revitalize arms discussions. Capital Still Leaving Country " i NEW YORK. Nov. 17.—(UP) ' Between $1,500,000 and $2,000 -; 000,000 of American capital has fled the country since March, lead- 1 ing foreign exchange experts told the United Press today. A large part of this amount left since President Roosevelt's speech announcing the policy of purchasing gold abroad. AUSTRIAN COWS GO NAZI VIENNA. (UP).—Angry Aus-1 trian farmers have a special griev ance against the Nazis. Their cows i come from Tyrol pastures with a large Swastika painted on their' hindquarters. OF FINE TOBACCO i -and?w loose ends r Copyright. 1933. The American Tobacco Com par. j. ''it's toasted " FOR THROAT PROTECTION-FOR BETTER TASTE It would delight you to open a Lucky Strike and examine the long, golden strands of fine tobac cos. To notice how fully packed it is. . . how free from annoying loose ends. Every Lucky Strike is a blend of the world's choicest Turkish and Domestic tobaccos— finely shredded—long and evenly cut. That's why every Lucky draws so easily —burns so smoothly. Always thejinest tobaccos ALWAYS the finest workmanship State's Banking | Groups To Hear About New Code Tli<» Ttines-Newf) Iturtnt' Sir Wnlt»r j RALEIGH, Nov. 17. — Groun meeting's of bankers who are members of the North Carolina Bankers Association will he held in various places from now until the latter part of November, at which the operation of the new banking code will be explained, also the uniform service charges agreed upon and the Federal De posit Insurance, Paul P. Brown, secretary of the association an nounced here yesterday. Group 1 met last night in Wil liamston, while Group 2 has al leady met in Rockv Mount. The meetings of the other groups are scheduled as follows: Group 3. Hotel Goldsboro, Mon day, Nov. 20. Group 6, Lorraine hotel, Lum berton, Tuesday, Nov. 21. Group 7, M. E. church. Rock ingham, Wednesday, Nov. 22. Group 4. Washington Duke ho tel. Durham. Thursday, Nov. 23. Group 5, R. E. Lee hotel, Win ston-Salem, Friday, Nov. 24. Group 10. George Vanderbilt hotel, Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 25. Group 8, Carlheim hotel, Len oir. Monday, Nov. 27. Groun 9. Hotel Hickory, Hic kory, Tuesday, Nov. 28. Officers of the North Carolina Clearing House Association, which are the same as the officers of the Bankers Association, will he present at these meetings and ex plain the new banking code and its operations, Mr. Brown said. The plans for the new uniform service charges, proposed for all members of the association in the state, will also be presented and j discussed. State Commissioner of ' Banks Gurney U. Hood and Di-j rector Ockershausen of the Fed-; eral Deposit Insurance Corpora tion in North Carolina, are also expected to attend these meetings. | As many officers of the banks in the districts represented in these groups as possible are urged to attend these meetings. BOYLSTON ° o 0 BOYLSTON. Nov. 17. —The pastor here. Rev. Walter Holtz claw, of Little River, filled his regular appointment here Satur day night and Sunday evening. There will be a grave-yard cleaning here Saturday, Nov. 25. "Mad Game" Current at Carolina Ralph Morgan and Kathleen Burke have important role* in "The Mad Game," the Fox picture in which Spencer Tracy plays the lead* ing part. Everybody having: friends buried I here is asked to come or send j some one and bring well filled j lunch baskets as there will be a | picnic dinner at noon. Miss Leota Simpson spent Sun-1 day with Miss Frank King. Mrs. Lila Reece and small son spent Sunday with Mrs. Charlie Reese. Joe Ledbetter was a Blantvre visitor last Saturday. Several have been killing hogs and there is a nice supply of hop meat in several homes in this sec tion now. Mr. and Mrs. Clene Burgess and children, Howard and Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. Burgess' mother of near Edneyville. Lee English from New Mexico, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice English. J. R. J. Shipman spent last Sunday with T. R. Duncan who is on the sick list. Gurley Shipman and Dee Kil patrick visited "Uncle" Frank Garren Sunday. Miss Estell Moffitt has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Kilpatrick from Brevard, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guriey Shipman and family. Arvil Reese spent Sunday with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reese. Wiley Taylor has just finished seeding corn and has about 600 bushels of corn, a fine crop. T. R. Duncan who has been ill is some improved. Mr. and Mrs. Cherry Caines is moving to Asheville. Carl Raynard killed a fine hog Wednesday. Mrs. Virginia Caines and chil dren spent Tuesday with Mrs. Louise Surcey. Charlie Reese spent Sunday with Rick McCall. Euugene Thomas from Punkin town, S. C., visited hi9 sister, Mrs. Lila Reese, last Wednesday. Nelson Cairnes spent Sunday with Miss Leota Simpson. Miss Lorane McCall visited Louise Surcey Sunday evening. Carl and Eula On- spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Elascander. There is no substitute fo* newspaper advertising.