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»- I MRS. C. R. McMANAWAY, Editor
L*mYTEItlAN CIRCLES
K MEETINGS
r~t, \, the fVeshyter
f after
I j| - Mis. Guy
lL;:. :;;t> k.
r - n»r. Eipht
r.u': present. Mrs.
I , - "■ i- agisted on
|
I' v., - and punch
F ,(-i "u the social
L.\ }■ U ^ •::> w as hostess
f , •, • , ••• ' ijtle No. 4.
I
.Mrs. W. J. Reese,
f.:r.-: -• K. C. Kwlm
I uiy. The pro
F • the World's
f Mrs. .Mac Moh
r \uth a round
| Dainty refresh
L . I at a prettily
f r ! l members
I
* :i\!<■ )'. was
[ , W no. Gregg
i
.McKay in the
Jr. M: v : H Fianks had the
I. v " '•: v MeJvin Lane
i • u .mi on Chi is
f: : » Need. Kijrht
j Member-'1 and two visitors
L were served
[: . ■>" 'fed drink dur
I-, .., ... f' hour.
is MEETING
STERDA>
f-. U Mi>sionarv soci
• ;h. F Baptist church
afternoon. .Mrs.
l'. j; presided over
h was attended by
ttve visitors. Mrs.
: t- ' in prayer af
:h« opvr; g hymn, following
• iports were giv
-."•v \v-Iaws adopted.
0. S • at:rjounced the
, . • • ting: .a Balfour
ifj' • urged the ladies
• Nannie Bomar cir
'xqv. tru . 'tendance pin.
t. .Ma ' S j Hinge i circle had
prop-am. Mrs. IJ. I). Sutten
• i- charge and gave the
[ Secret Faults,
r Mrs. W. C.
a hymn.
L;i conducted the program on
I t dialogue being presented
KUiames William Lott and
[on. Mesdanu-s Hoy C. Ben
ami I. B. Hughes made talks
br subject. A beautiful duet |
»>y Mesdames W alter
- , . Mi.■ widow Men ell. the
bt v'i the afternoon being
I Ann* Bennett. Mrs. Annie
L,i nia-ie he closing prayer.
.A IN SF.SSION
T EVENING
i w.n Ia'Sioh Auxiliary
:.. • ar th«.- clubhouse
Mi* !i aci* Morris presid
• o heard l'rom the
u- . tees, including one
f Mi . L A. liossett. Oteen
r ..it!, and th»- tveas
, Mrs. Nathan Pat la.
i* N »\ Vn>ter. l'oppy day
Irnuin. the final plans
[• • Nineteen
r '.his business
I wh ot followed
ft ;« h
I I
iLE BENNETT CIRCLE
■ YESTERDAY
A' !». :v *t circle was
B at an all
■ ' ?h»- home of
I ' <on. which was
P ' M--s Hc^sie Jordan
f "V. Rebuilding Rural •
[YOUR ENTERTAINMENT HEADQUARTERS
TONIGHT
THE INSIDE STORY OF
WOMEN IN THE
BIG HOUSE
"CONDEMNED WOMEN"
Sally
E I L E R S
Plus
starring
Louis
Anne
HAYWARD SHIRLEY
—EXCELLENT SHORTS
T HE FUN B E GINS !
WED. and THURS.
| Sjz'e. |
ALWAYS a good show
America, by Pawber. Dr. G. R
Combs, the pastor, was a special
guest for awhile in the morning,
at which time he conducted '"a
beautiful devotional, and later
had luncheon with the circle.
.Miss Jordan was assisted br
Mesdames A. S. Browning, Jr>< q*
B. Crowell. J. X. Brunson, Frank
Yarborough, Charles Cheves, lima
Allen. H. K. Buchanan, A. W.
Groover and C. M. Ogle. An at
tractive luncheon was served dur
ing the intermission; those serv
ing on the committee were Mes
dames Roy Johnson, Cheves, Ran
son .W. B. Wilson and Ogle. The
usual dismissal prayer was used.
$ »
ROUND TABLE TO MEET
WEDNESDAY
The Round Table, a department
of the Woman's club, will meet
tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. K. M. Sallev. The hostesses
will be Mesdames O. A. Meyer, G.
R. Combs. Eric Frady and T. H.
Franks. This will be the last reg
ular meeting until October, as an
all-day trip to the Smoky moun
tains has been planned to take
the place of the May 2."> meeting.
is * 0
MISSES LA1NG PLAN
EXTENDED VISITS
The Misses I. B. and S. S. Laing,
who reside at 317 Fleming street,
will leave Hendersonville Wednes
day evening. May 11. for an ex
tended stay in the middle west
and north. Thev will visit first in
the home of their brother and his
wife. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Laing of
St. Louis. Mo., and from there
they will go to Clinton. Ohio, to
visit in the home of their niece
and nephew. Dr. and Mrs. John
G. Martin, a retired medical mis
sionary to India. The main part
of their stay will be at the home
of their sister. Mrs. Charles T.
Fullwood in Pittsburgh, Pa. The
Misses Laing will return to Hen
dersonville shortly after July 4.
* * •
PERSONAL
PARAGRAPHS
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lind
say. of Baton Rou^e. La..- and
young son. Bill, were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mr*. Charles-N.
Koch on the Kdneyville road. Mr.
Koch is a retired naval officer and
they have been here for awhile.
Mr. Lindsay operates a chain of
funeral homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Felder.
who have spent the f **st year in
Dallas. Texas, are guests of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Felder. |
Mrs. Paul Benton, who will
leave tomorrow for her new home
in Seattle, Wash., was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Ellison; their other daughter*,
Misses Louise and Virginia Elli
son. of Asheville. were also their
guests.
Mrs. G. S. Crawford has re
turned from South Carolina and
Florida and will operate Apple
Tree Terrace. 523 Justice street,
which she bought last .summer and
which was formerly known as the
Florida Inn.
Mrs. S. H. Jackson and daugh
ter. Miss Rebecca Jackson, have
|returnctl from Greensboro; the
| latter was a student at W. C. ot
! U. N.,C., but is convalescing from
, an illness and will not be able to
! return to school.
Miss Miriam Padgett, of Forest
, City, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
! Gus Thoma the latter her sis'er.
Col. and Mrs. T. I). Barber are
j in Atlanta, Ga.. for part of the
| week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meek have
I recently come here from Arkan
sas and are residing at the Trailer
j Camp which they own at the old
j Twyford place on the Flat Rock
' V° »<L
, Kev. John Grey, of Bedford,
I Va., is visiting his sister. Miss
| Lula Grey, and his brother. Mr.
IC. L. Grey, and Mis. Grey.
Mrs. Hyatt Brown and daugh
ters, of Columbia, S. C.. we'l
known members of the summer
colony here, spent the week-end
at the Sky land hotel.
Mr. J. L. Davis, who has been
ill at his home on Fourth avenue
ea<t. is improving.
G. P. and Paul Brown, of An
derson. S. C., were visitors to
Hendersonville today. Both are
well known newspaper men of
, Anderson, where G. P. Brown was
j for years the publisher of The
| Anderson Mail.
MISS BAART IS
AIR MAIL PRIZE
ESSAY WRITER
Fletcher Girl Leads in
State Contest to Get
Trip to Capital
FLETCHER^ M^v 10.—(Spe
cial)—Miss Marie Louise Baart,
a junior at the Asheville Agricul
ture school, Mountain Sanitarium.
I Fletcher, has been declared the
J North Carolina winner in the Na
tional Air Mail essay contest. The
announcement was made yester
day by Postmaster J. H. McKen
j sie, of Salisbury, state chairman
of the National Air Mail Week, to
I G. C. Sales, local postmaster. 1
Only high school students were
eligible to compete. They were
( judged: first on originality of
ideas; second, continuity and con
; struction: third, spelling, punctu
; ation and neatness. They were
I limited to "30 words. The sub
ject was "Wings Across Amer
I ica."
The prize which Miss Baart won
i is an air trip to Washington, D.
j C., and entertainment at a ban
quet to be given at the Mayflower
hotel on May 15. the opening date
\ of Air Mail Week.
Rev. Greer Home;
Will Resume His
jServices Sunday
The Rev. George D. Greer, pas
tor of Tuxedo Baptist church, is
i home acain after a severe illness
j from pneumonia for which he was
taken to the St. Francis hospital.
Greenville, S. C., for treatment.
Rev. Greer was taken ill during
a revival at Shaws Creek Baptist
church and hurried to Greenville
the following day. He ha< entire
ly recovered, though he has not
retrained his weight.
He announces that he will con
duct services at Tuxedo next Sun
day morning and evening and cor
dially invites the public to join in
the worship there I»oth morning
and evening.
POPCORN CANNERY
I SILVERTON, Ore. (UP)-A
popcorn cannery—Silverton's new
j est industry—has a popping ca
pacity of 64 gallons per hour or
512 gallons a day. The corn is
not only popped, but buttered,
salted and packed into one gallon
tins. It then leaves by truck for
Portland, Seattle and other points
l where it is put on sale.
j More than one-half of the Cali
fornia legislators serving in 1937
' 38 were born outside that state.
Loretta
YOUNG
RICHARD
GREENE
TODAY
ONLY
'FOUR MEN and
a PRAYER"
with
George 5ander»
David Ni^en
C. Audrey Smith
Plus —
Robert
Bcnchley
"Income
Tax"
The Romance of Youth!...
Sweet as the Caress of
Moonlight . . . Refreshing
as Spring Itself!
Gene Raymond
Olympe Bradn* ,
in
"Stolen Heaven"
WEDNESDAY
• plus •
"CAPTAIN AND
THE KIDS"
Cartoon
Will Rogers at the State for Two Days
: Will Rogers returns to "your family theatre''—the State—in
"Life Begins at 4'J." This i-; truly one of his most memorable pic
tures." Wednesday and Thursday.
D. T. HART, FAMILY
RETURN FROM MIAMI
_
D. T. Hart and familv have re
turned from Miami, where they
spent the winter.
Mr. Hart said Miami had a
great tourist season and that the
big sporting: events were all well
wHcndt'd. He reported that Mi
ami had on a great building boom.
He said" the same for Ft. Lauder
dale, which used to be his home j
before establishing- business in
Ilendersonville. I
Several Japanese girls have j
made their names famous as writ j
ers and correspondents in China
during the undeclared war.
PRESIDENT PRAISES
JEWISH GROUP FOR
ITS 'AMERICANISM'
—————
WASHINGTON, May 10. (UIM |
President Roosevelt in a message 1
read last night to the loth annual (
convention of P'Nai H'Rjth, Jew-!
ish fraternal organization, said
that the United States remains un
shaken in its "devotion to the '
ideals and the institutions of <le- j
mocracy."
The message, contained in a let
ter to Alfred M. Cohen, pres d -nt
of the organization, said that
America, "for its own Guidance
and for the guidance of other na- |
tions if thev w-'ll follow it. has
ever hel«l aloft the torch of free
dom." It was read by James
Roo«,>ve1\ the P*'eci'lent's son.
The letter t)ra;s"d the organiza
tion for its program of "Ameri
canism which forfeits the efTort
to keep America safe for demoe-,
racy."
The letter was read «lio»,tly af
t'-r House Speaker William 15.
Dankhead (I).. Ala.) t,dd the dele
gates that "dictatorships are in
far greater danger of perishing
than are the democracies "
Pankhead's sneeeh followed a
n-port bv Sigmund Livingston,
rh'cago lawyer, char ing that the
Nazi regime is "flooding t''is
country with undemocratic nrona
gunda in an effort to undernrne
the fundamental tenets of Ameri
can institutions."
Pankhead singled out Germanv
as a country "which has reverted
to a one-man absolutism almost
without parallel in all the tide of
time."
The United States, Great Hi-i-;
tain. Ireland. France, the Scandi
navian countries. Denmark, Swit-,
zerland and Czechoslovakia, he!
said "constitute a body of public ;
opinion invulnerable in their
might against the assaults of any.
or all totalitarian states."
rnrn vExftMAcMeauiM
r l» r ■ ' y®urf««» of Stomach
* AWJlJ • UJceri| Indigestion,
Bloating, Gat. Heartburn, Belching,
Nausea, get a free sample of UDCA
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ECONOMY DRUG STORE |
METHODIST STEWARDS:
ARRANGE ACTIVITIES
H on) inuI fi <mi iiiiL'i1 one) ;
('. Ilyers, Mrs. Tom Shepherd,
Mrs. L. P. Sims.
S:tluda-Tryon: 1). A. Shields, L.
C. Reynolds, H. L. Capps, Mrs. L.
L. Clippard.
Flat Hock: Robert Johnson,
Sucl Rhodes, Mrs. U. M. Page,
Mis-; Lela Rojrers.
Fletcher-Mills Rivet-: Mrs. J. K.
Poweil. C. II. Ur.ee. Mrs. S. K.
Ur'-emvood, h:ini Jonnson.
The purpose of the stewardship
institute set for May 18-120 is "to
bring to the stewards and other
chuich leaders a new sense of re
spor.sihi.ity and opportunity; to
discuss those ideals and principles
that tend to spiritualize the whole
question of giving; to present sug
gestions and plans concerning
church finance that have succeed
ed: to try to lift the sense of bur
den too often connected with
financing the church and present
it as something that can be ac
complished for the ;lory of God
and the advancement of His king
dom."
Represented, bes de the local
church will he the churches of the
Mills River charge. Kast Flat Rock
charge. Saludn-Tryon charge, and
Sk land charge.
I)r. (J. L. Moreloek. genera1 sec
retary of the general board of lay
acti iiies of the Methodist Kpis
c pal church, South, will conduct
the institute. Directors will be the
Rev. M. T. Stnathers, presiding: ol
d<-r of tin- Ashcville district of the
Western Carolina conference, and
t he district lay leader.
* r
LOYALISTS CLAIM
NEW COUNTER DRIVE
(Continue! hoiii (Ytfi-)
fortified the* shattered positions in
anticipation of ail insurgent coun
ter-attack, which failed to devel
op- . .
Simultaneously, the government
war office at liurcclona reported
loyalist divisions further inland
in the Teruel-Morella /.one- had
beaten off a stiff attack north
and northwest of Morella. The
battle was a costly one for the
loyalists who were said to have
repulsed four separate attacks by
African Moors.
MONARCH MILLS TO
RESUME WORK SOON
r.VION. S. May 10. (IT).
Monarch mills announced il will
resume operation of its fhreo
j lants next Monday on :i sched
ule of two shifts daily, five days
;i week, and employ 2000. The
mil's h• • •! Iit'i'ii shut down for sev
eral weeks.
The* slave trade bejfan in 1 .">.'50
when the Portuguese landed the
first shipment of negroes at Santo
Domingo.
YOUR dime «»r* the price is right.
Your taste says the tobacco * riitht.
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when you choose SENSA I ION ... the
cigarette that li\cs up to its name.
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