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OF IMTEJRE&I TO WOMEN
'\SsuUdii
By Mrs. C. R. McManaway
Society Editor
; Phone 98 B«fore 12 Nooe
fVo SUMMER VISITORS
HONORED ATTRACTIVELY
Mrs. Thomas H. Franks was
hostess yesterday afternoon at a
beautiful bridge given in honor
Mrs. Jean Willims of Charles
ion, W. Va.. guest of her mother.
Mr». Margaret Francis, and Miss
Alma Hahn of Aiken, S. C., guest
of Mrs. Ban L. Foster. Roses
and other lovely summer blos
locos graced the home.
• There were guest prizes for
tl* honorees. Mrr. H. M. Clarvoe
hfild too score and Mrs. O. R.
Crowell low. A frozen salad
bourse was served, a motif of
yellow and green being observed I
00 the plates, to close friends of
the two honor quests who played
at three tables.
M * «
CHARMING BRIDGE
SHOWER FOR BRIDE
» Mesdames Sam Kalin, Dan
Hichalove, Nathan Patla and
Louis Sherman were joint hos
tesses on Wednesday evening at
4 lovely bridge-shower, a cour
tesy they tendered to Mrs. Ben
Leasing of Sylva. a recent bride.
Mrs. Kalin's home was effectively
arranged for the delightful occa
sion with quantities of gladioli
and phlox, a bridal motif of green
and white being used in the ap
pointments.
• Salted nuts were on the tables
taring the games. When the
score* were counted it was found
that the high at the contract ta
ble was held by Miss Mamie Rap
pan of Charleston, S. C., at auc
tion by Mrs. H. Dunitz of Detroit,
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Mich., and at keno the prize went
to Mrs. P. Davis of Baltimore,
Md. Gifts were presented to two
special guests, Mrs. M. Bohrman
of Lake City,--Fla., a house guest
of Mrs. Kalin's, and to Mrs. Sam
Kalinsky of New York city, guest
of Mrs. M. Markowitz whom the
bride was also visiting.
The bride was then invited in
to the dining room where a large
white crepe box. adorned with a
fluffy bow, centered the table
and everyone enjoyed seeing her
open the gifts, attractive articles
for her kitchen. A salad course
and individual cakes were then
served to guests at six tables.
» • *
EASTERN STAR TO HAVE
VISITORS NIGHT
The Eastern Star will have a
"visitors night" on Tuesday at 8
o'clock at the Masonic hall. The
visiting members are invited to
attend a practice meeting on
Monday afternoon 3 o'clock at
the hall in order to be prepared
to take charge of the meeting.
All visiting members in the city
are invited to be present.
* * *
U. D. C. TO GIVE
BENEFIT-BRIDGE
The officers of the Margaret
Davis Hayes chapter, U. D. C.,
have planned a benefit-bridge for
Wednesday, July 2d", at 3:30 p.
m., at the Woman's club in Druid
Hills. Further information will
appear later.
* * *
EPIPHANY GROUP
TO HAVE FOOD SALE
The Epiphany group of St. ,
fames Episcopal church will have
» food sale at Scruggs drug store
tomorrow (Saturday) morning.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Maud H. Taylor and son,
Howard Taylor, of St. Petersburg,
Fla., are at Mountain Home to
remain until September.
Miss Mary E. Davis, of New
Something New and Different!
No Charge for Tables
SKYLAND HOTEL
Every Monday Night, Beginning
Monday, July 16
Featuring Music by
JIMMIE LIVINGSTON AND ORCHESTRA
Admission $1.10 Tables Reserved for Parties
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WEEK-END
SPECIALS
Here are three best-selling items es
pecially low-priced for week-end sell
ing. Buy them now! Wear them now!
Save now! Shop where it's cool!
DRESSES
Cottons for Sports, Striped Seersuckers, also Ace
tate Silks. Most of these dresses have coatees to
match. Formerly sold up to $4.
They will not last long at this
price
nave luaices iu
$195
Silks and Cottons for sport and street wear, Eye
lets and Crepes and Striped Silks, some with
jackets; formerly sold as high
as $5.95.
Now selling for
niva, 5 unit; who
$295
DRESSES
Tailored Sport Silks, Floral Printed Chiffons,
Light and Dark Prints, and A g
SnftgrJ Crepes. Formerly $8.95.
tfci£il>lKn or fnr
Now Selling for
* ADRESSES NTEED WASHABLE
One special lot of
LADIES' HATS
$1
Opposite Post Office—Jackson Building
INTRODUCING "PAT" PATERSON
/
"Pat" Paterson, delightful comedienne, who makes her screen debut
in the romantic comedy, "Bottoms Up," at the Carolina today. John
Boles and Spencer Tracy are playing opposite her.
Orleans, La., a grand niece of
Jefferson Davis, is a guest at the
home of Mrs. E. M. Salley for
several weeks.
Mrs. T. R. Jamison and two
small children and. Mrs. G. S.
Freeman, of Thomson, Ga., are at
Mountain Home for the rest of
the season.
Mrs. J. Abler and child and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman, of
Miami Beach, are at 217 Third
avenue west for the season.
Mrs. Giles Wilson, of Spartan
burg. S. C., Mrs. William Sibley,
of Ware Shoals, and Mrs. Mon
roe Morton, of Lynchburg, Va.,
are in a cottage at Mountain
Home. They are expecting Mr.
and Mrs. Giles Patterson of Jack
sonville, next week.
Miss Dot Shipman, of Raleigh,
arrived last night to visit Miss
"Tine" Shipman for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Forsyth, of
New York and St. Petersburg, are
at Mountain Home for the season.
Epworth League
Union Will Meet
The July meeting of the Hen
derson County Epworth League
union will be held with the East
Flat Rock chapter Friday night,
July 13, at 8 o'clock, at the Meth
sdist church, it was announced by
F. C. Coston, president.
Mr. Coston asks that all chap
ters bring as large an attendance
?f their chapters as possible to
take part in this special meeting.
There will be a box supper at
the close of the business session
jn the lawn of the church, for
the benefit of the union.
The public is invited.
HEADS STATE PRESS
BANNER ELK, July 13. (UP).
D. H. Ramsey of Asheville. was
?lected president of the North
Carolina Press association here
today.
! BOWMAN'S BLUFF 1
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BOWMAN'S BLUFF, July 13.
—Gaddis Nichols, of South Hill,
Va., has returned home after a
short visit with his brother, here.
Miss Carolyn Bellamy left last
Sunday for Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Dewey Hawkins, of Hen
dersonville, is spending: a few
days with her mother, Mrs. R. J.
Fletcher, who is ill.
Miss Long Dalton, of Cordele,
Ga., is visiting- her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Dalton.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Patterson
and children, and Mrs. Stewart
Long, of Greenville, S. C., have
been visiting relatives and friends
here.
Those enjoying a picnic Wed
nesday afternoon at White Pine
Camp, Pisgah National Forest,
were: Mr. and Mrs. Doris Nichols,
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Blythe, M»\
and Mrs. R. C. Fletcher, Miss
Gladys Blythe and Gaddis Nich
ols.
Dr. and Mrs. Deiidy, of Pelzer,
S. C., are spending awhile at
their summer home here.
'ST. PETE' MAYOR
AT MOUNTAIN HOME
Hon. Robert Blanc, mayor of
St. Petersburg, Fla., is at Moun
tain Home for a month's stay.
IS HAWAII BOUND
ABOARD U. S. S. NEW OR
LEANS, July 13.—(UP).—Presi
dent Roosevelt went aboard the
cruiser Houston yesterday after
noon at 5 o'clock to begin the
cruise to Hawaii. Prior to sailing
the President received members
of the diplomatic corps and a Ca
nal Zone labor delegation.
Amendment No. 20: No citizen
shall have the right, while living
at public expense, to vote for of
ficials who have authority to keep
him on the payroll.«
KEN and his horse, Tarzan . . . what a combination for excite-1
ment! And here's all the thrills and action that can be packed I
into a Western drama! J
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"bum justice
SATURDAY
Carolina
OUR GANG in 'Wild Po.e.'
BUDDY CARTOON
Continuous
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
PRICE CORRECTION
Prices of two items advertised Thursday by Dixie
Stores were transposed by error. The items and
correct prices follow:
VANILLA
WAFERS w
( bulk )
2 pounds
25C
Thin Shell Chocolate
Covered
COOKIES
pound
15c
The Times-News makes this
correction.
SECOND HALF
OF SCHEDULE
IS COMPILED
Where and When County
Leaguers Play T<fH|$j*a
son Ends Sept. 8
Following is the full schedule
of games for the second half ot
the season for the Henderson
County baseball league. The sec
ond half began on last Saturday
ard the games scheduled [or that
dsy are also included in the list.:
July 7
E. Flat Rock at Mills River.
Green River at Fletcher.
Valley Hill at Fruitland.
Saluda at Balfour.
July 14
Balfour at Valley Hill.
E. Flat Rock at Fruitland (2
games)
Fletcher at Mills River (2 games)
Green River at Saluda.
July 21
Fruitland at Balfour.
Fletcher at Green River.
Valley Hill at Saluda.
Mills River at E. Flat Rock.
July 28
Balfour at Mills River.
E. Flat Rock at Valley Hill.
Green River at Fruitland.
Saluda at Fletcher.
August 4
Balfour at E. Flat Rock.
Valley Hill at Green River.
Mills River at Saluda.
Fletcher at Fruitland.
August 11
E. Flat Rock at Fletcher.
Fruitland at Mills River.
Saluda at Green River (2 games)
Valley Hill at Balfour.
August 18
Fletcher at Balfour.
Green River at E. Flat Rock.
Mills River at Valley Hill.
Saluda at Fruitland.
August 25
Green River at Balfour.
Valley Hill at Fletcher (2 games)
E. Flat Rock at Saluda.
Mills River at Fruitland.
September 1
Fruitland at Fletcher.
Va'ley Hill at E. Flat Rock.
Green River at Mills River.
Bah'our at Saluda.
September 8
Fruitland at Valley Hill, 2 games
Fletcher at Saluda.
E. Flat Rock at Balfour.
Mills River at Green River.
Canton, Balfour
To Play Saturday |
The Canton and Balfour base
ball teams in the Western Nort^
Carolina Industrial league will
meet at the Balfour field on Sat
urday afternoon at 3:30.
A close game is expected and)
local fans are urged to come out
and see the Balfour team in ac
tion.
FILM BOOKING IN
BLOCKS WILL CEASE
(Continued from page one.)
ment.
The reason for the limitation
of the cancellation privilege to
pictures generally relased before
July 15, is because that is the
date upon which a new self-im
posed system of censorship goes
into effect.
After July 15, the production
code administration of the asso
ciation of motion picture produc
ers and distributors will function
with increased authority, placed
ii the hands of Joseph I Breen
by Will H. Hays, president of the
association.
It wil lbe Breen's job to pass
upon every film made by mem
bers of the association.
Previously a producer who felt
his picture had not been given
fair treatment at Breen's hands,
could appeal to a jury composed
of other producers and they were
empowered to uphold or veto
Brenn's decisions.
In particular th code has been
applied against: Crimes against
the law, in which it was agreed
not to present sympathetically;
sex, primarily adultery, scenes of
passion or seduction, perversion,
white slavery or miscegenation;
vulgarity, obscenity, profanity,
ridiculing of religion; national
feelings and repellant subjects,
such a# hangings, brutality or
cruelty to children.
While the subjects were not
specifically banned, it was was
agreed they should always be in
good taste.
"Perhaps some pictures made
in Hollywood have not beeji in
good taste in the past," it was
explained at the Hays' office. "It
means we have not succeeded in
meeting the public demand, which
changes frequently. But you may
be sure good taste will be of
Paramount importance in the pic
tures to be released in the fu
ture."
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.
FLOWERS trc«7on
Jackson's Flower Shop
Fifth Ave. and Main St..
Phone 84
Case Cullings
By E. H. CASE
W. Phillips, East Flat Rock
manager; has lined up a great
baseball team. All of his ath
letes look good both at bat and
afield. In J. Jackson he has the
best pitcher in the league. He
holds opposing batters so well in
check that he seldom needs more
than four or five runs to win.
But his teammates usually pile up
a dozen or more scores behind
his fine pitching just for the fun
of hitting the old agate and cir
cling the bases.
Special information—Mills River
and Fletcher must play a double
header Saturday—July 14—in or
der to make the schedule run out
right. Managers, remember this. I
D. Heatherly, Saluda's big slug
ger, hits a home run in almost
every game he plays in. His two
circuit drives at East Flat Rock
and Balfour respectively saved
his team from suffering shut-out!
defeats.
Green River's 16 to 15 triumph
over Fletcher was the season's
biggest upset. For the past two
vears Fletcher's classy players
have been almost unbeatable on
their own diamond. But this
year their defense seems to have
cracked.
"Hard Rock" Sexton is warm
ins: up his soup-bone these days
prepatory to staging a comeback
with the Valley Hill Hillers.
After seeing the Carnera
Baer fight on the screen English
sports writers say that Camera
is still champion, that he out
pointed Baer by a big margin.
They say that he did the more
scientific boxing and hit Baer a
million times with his left paw
and that Baer won only the first
and 11th rounds by attacking and
hitting Camera which in some
way is against the English rules.
Insomuch as Camera never stay
ed down long enough for a real
count outboxed Baer and was
still on his dogs at the end of the
fight it is very easy to under
stand why the Englishman would
think that Camera won after see
ing the scrap on the screen. But
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Electric Cookery is automatic,
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he must understand that the
American style of fighting: is
quite different or opposite to the
shufflin' and powder puff punch
In* of Phaintin Phillip Scott.
The American does attack and
hit.
Revised -schedule for Saturday,
Balfour -at VaJr/y^ttfll''4 ,Si
E. Flat. „RocJk at Fruitland -42
frames)'.
Fletcher at Mills River * (2
games).
Green River at Saluda.
The teams scheduled to play
double headers may postpone one
game until after the season is
over if they wifh to.
I wonder if Ruth, Cobb, 'Grimes,
Johnson, Faher, Alexander and
Speaker would like to call back
15 years—If Jack Johnson. Jack
Dempsey and Sharkey would like
to try it all over again—If they
don't get about as much kick out
of living in the fame they gained
in past achievements as they
would if they were in the thiek
of it again—What Jack Sharkey
does with his time these days—If
Paulino still smiles, flashing his
gold teeth—If it isn't enough to
KILL
PLIES. MOSQUITOIS
rAND OTHER INSECTS
make one giddy to know twl
is champion of the wholeTJ
Remember—Balfour at vi
Hill Saturday. 'I
It. isn't excellence that mJ
you feel upper-class, but comJ
son with neighbors a little w3
ADMINISTRATRIXES N0t3
• Having qualified as adtnimj
trixes of the estate of J. J jl
son, deceased, late of Hentaj
county, North Carolina, thisTl
notify all persons having
against the estate of said <wl
ed to exhibit them to one ofJ
undersigned at Hendersomii
C., on or before June 23,
or this notice will be pleadtj|
bar of their recovery. Ag J
sons indebted to said estate 3
please make immediate pt«J
This 22nd. day of June 'id
IPLA TEMPLE MASol
GLADYS MASON ujjj
Administratrtl
6-22-FnJ
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTicJ
Having qualified as adminijJ
trix of the estate of Jessie taj
deceased, this is to notify allJ
sons having claims against 3
estate to present them to the J
dersigned on or before Jum|
193B, or this notice will be plj
ed in bar of recovery. All J
sons indebted to same estate vl
please make settlement at oJ
with the undersigned. This J3
8, 1934. ELLA bEMPSETJ
6-8-Fri-6tp Admini?tntj|
Parties made up for Chimney Rock, Sugar Loaf, Ml
Mitchell, Mt. Pisgah, Caesar's Head, Biltmore Estate,
and other points of interest. Call us for any TAXI
work.
BAGGAGE HAULED
JACKSON TAXI SERVICE
PHONE 54 340 North Main Strttf
After 11:30 Call 316
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Specials for Saturday and Monday!
59c Pint Mineral Oil 29c
25c Pint Rubbing Alcohol Ik
89c Quart Milk of Magnesia... 43c
50c Pint Milk of Magnesia —. 25c
$1.00 Ovaltine 75c
$1.50 Petrolagar 84c
25c Kleenex 2 for 29c
REPRODUCTIONS OF FINE
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100 Alophen Pills
$1.20 Sal Hepatica
25c Hydrogen Peroxide
Squibb's Shaving Cream and Oft
Cigarette Lighter wi
$1.65 Coty's Dusting Powder$
$1.65 Coty's Toilet Water $
FOLDING LAWN CHAIRS
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Large Size Noxzema — jjS
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