MRS. C. R. McMANAWAY, Editor
98 or 9125
WILL REPRESENT CITY
AT COMING FESTIVAL
Miss Virginia I^entz. of Hen
dersonville. has been named b>
Mayor A. V. Edwards to repre
sent Hendersonville at the second
annual North Carolina Tobacco
Exposition and Festival, to be
held in Wiison from August 13
Miss Lentz will take part in the
Festival parade and the corona
tion ball in addition to attending
luncheons and social events plan
ned for the visitors. Mr. Archie
Clark, of Hendersonville. will be
her escort at the coronation ball.
All ladies representing towns wi'l
compete for the honor of being
named Festival queen.
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FOR RECENT BRIDE
M iss Billie McMurray gave a
beautifully appointed luncheon at
the Home Food Shop in compli
ment to Mrs. H. F. Goodlett, a re
cent bride. The table decorations
carried a motif of pink and white,
a crystal bowl of ragged robins in
these tone* forming the center
piece. flanked on either side with
crystal candlesticks nolding pink
A lovely weddinsr cake, topped
with a miniature bride and groom,
marked the place of the bride, and
tiny bridal bouquets, combination
favors and place card-, were hand
fashioned of pink and white mints.
Guests at this charming affair
for Mrs. Goodlett were her cous
ins. Miss Phyllis Dunkle and Miss
Maxine Dunkle. of Detroit. Mich.,
Misses -Teannette Filler. Martha
Hill. Jimmie McMurray and Mrs.
J. K. Brooks.
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Mrs. K. R. Dolbee entertained
her luncheon-bridge club yester
day when she used colorful sum
mer flowers effectively. The win
ner of the top score trophy was
Mrs. C. M. Ogle, and the award
for low fell to Mrs. J. N. Brunson.
Gifts were presented to two spe
cial guests, summer visitors, Mes
dames John C. Hafner of Chicago.
and Frank Lowe of Baxley, Ga.
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GUESTS AT ROSEMONT INN
Recent arrivals at Rosemont
Inn. conducted by Mrs. J. H. Yel
ton. include. Miss Bertha Bart and
mother. Mrs. Bart, of Savannah.
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Fiank L. Haw
kins and daughter, of Fort Lau
derdale. Fla ; MKs Emily Sweet
man. of Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Meier, of Orlando, and
son. Mr. William G. Meier, of
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Wallar.
St. Petersburg:; F. F. Villan and
family. Milton. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. McMullan, Clearwater.
Fla.; Mrs. Sarah Bailey and chil
dren. Barbara and Phillip. Clear
water; Dr. and Mrs. C. H. High
smith. Arcelio. Fla.: Mrs. Howard
S. Smith. Dayton. Ohio; Miss M.
Evelyn I.ukens. Hollywood. Fla.;
Dr. H. Van Fort and familv.
Hinton. W. Va.; Mrs. W. A. Alex
Miss Louise Bennett, dean of
students at Shorter college, and
Mrs. Lydia Dixon Shepherd, prin
cipal of Cooper Hall, a private
school for girls, both of Rome,
Ga.. will arrive the middle of next
week to spend a week a> guests
of Mrs. J. B. Hurst, at S22 Jus
Mr. and Mis. Paul Sundren and
young daughter. Bobby Blum, of
West Palm Beach. Fla.. will ar
rive tomorrow to spend awhile
with Mrs. Sundgren's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. (J. V\. Brooks.
Miss Helen I.indsey. of Wades
boro, is the guest of her aunt.
Mrs. B. B. Massagee. and Mr.
Mrs. Franklin M. Shannon
house and young daughter. Ann.
left yesterday for their home in
Chariotte after a short visit to
the former's parents. Mr. and
Mis. V. C. V. Shepherd.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf and
the latter's paients. Mr. and Mrs.
Blumtield. of Miami. Fla.. have
taken the H. Patterson home, cor
ner ot Fifth avenue and Fleming
Mis. Joseph Albree. of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Benjamin Adri
ancc. of Miami, are spending sev
eral weeks with the latter's moth
er. Mrs. J. (). Hensley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Harlow and
daughters. Misses Evelyn and
Marie Harlow, of Clarksdale,
Miss., who have been on a trip
through the New England states,
are spending the week-end with
Mr^. Harlow's mother. Mrs. J. R.
Adams, at the home of Mrs. R. P.
Anne Buchanan, of Harriman,
Tenn.. young niece of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Buchanan, is their
Misses Jessie Blair and Ollie D.
Phillips, of Thomasville. are at
the Kentucky Home for a week.
Mrs. D. C. Scott, of Kingstree,
S. C.. and Mrs. M. C. Thomas and
two daughters. France sand Shir
ley, of Sumter, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L A. Blair.
Miss Kav Hart, of Miami. Fla.,
arrived yesterday for a short visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Hart, at their summer hoint
on the Chimney Rock road. Miss
Halt is en route to New York
City from where she will sail for
TAKE A POUNDAGE "LOSS"
WITH THIS CLEVER FROCK
By CAROL DAY
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dress, and see if your friends
don't say, "Haven't you lost a few
pounds? You look so slim!"
They're sure to say something
likethat, because the plain, snug
hipped skirt .the eollarless V
neckline. tin- tucks on the shoul
ders and above the waist, make
the blouse of this dress tit to per
The full sleeves look summery
and feel cool. Pattern 8278 is one
of those satisfying styles that
look simple enough for street
wear on hot days, yet soft enough
In chiffon, georgette or voile,
this will be your favorite dress.
It's vey easy to make. The pat
tern includes a detailed sew chart
for the guidance of beginners.
Pattern 827S is designed for
sizes :JS, 40. 44, 4H, 48, 50
and 52. Size 38 requires 4 5-S
yards of .'iiMnch material.
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'Montreal and. Quebec; later she
I will return for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown an-j
While pert, pretty Pauline Spiak,
above, is honeymooning on the
Riviera, the Main Stem in her
native New York is agog over
her Cinderella romance with the
scien of <»ne of Britain's wealthi
est families. A former cigarette
girl in a Gotham night club, as
"Judy Puck" she became a dancer
in a London floor show. Twenty
year-old Vivian (Kiki > Ostrer saw
her. and besieged her at the stage
door for 120 days. When she went
to Paris to dance, he followed her,
and finally won his suit.
STEPP & WALKER (Inc.)
JNO. A. SIN'CLAIH. Manager
FRESH MEATS HARDWARE FERTILIZER
GROCERIES DRY GOODS „ SEEDS
"Ev«rjrthin( for Everybody"—Plenty Parking Space
East Flat Rock Phone 130-W
nounce tho birth of a daughter,
Barbara Jane, on Friday, July 15,
at Patton Memorial hospital.
Mi. and Mrs. W. O. Berryhill
and daughter, Miss Ivy Berryhill,
ot" Fort Lauderdale, Fla., have
taken a house at 1120 North Main
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lentz an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Harriett, on Thursday. July 14,
at Patton Memorial hospital.
Mr. B. B. Massagee returned
last night from Chapel Hill where
he spent a week attending: the
North Carolina Bankers' .confer
Mrs. A. J. Henderson, since her
home is rented, is occupying her
garage apartment on North Main
HOSIERY WORKERS IN
EAST SIGN ACCORD
PHILADELPHIA, July 1C.—
(UP)—A new era in labor rela
tions in the turbulent hosiery in
dustry was opened today with the
signing of a closed shop agree
ment outlawing strikes and recog
nizing the mutual dependence of
employer and worker.
Representatives of SO.000 hos
iery workers and 58 mills in Penn
sylvania. Massachusetts. Indiana,
Illinois and Wiscson signed a
year union-employer agreement
acknowledging necessity of a flex
ible wage standard amendable to
changing conditions in the indus
Text of the contract was not
made public, since one of its pro
visions is that wage and cost in
formation be kept secret to guard
against competitive price cutting,
particularly by southern mills.
Elinore Hoagland. secretary to Ed
1 ward Lund, engineer on the How
| aid Hughes flight, admitted she
| and Lund "had dinner together
several times a week," but was
i unwilling to confirm reports of
their engagement during the
flight. She was anxious for him
to return, she said, because it's
lonesome at the office of the air
plane brokerage company, where
Lund is general manager, at New
, York's Floyd Dennett Field.
Gain In Rating
BREVARI), J ill v Id. (Special)
The two dailies serving lirevard
and located on the outskirts of
f the town. Sunnyside and East
I View dailies, have both been giv
| en high ratings in the state and
federal public health services, il
l has been announced by E. 1.. II:n
I ton, sanitary officer of the Trnn
j sylvania health unit.
The dairies each rated more
than !Hi points out of a possible
I 100, under the rigid examinations
given by the United Stales pub
lic health and the North Carolina
public health departments. Last
year the two grade-A dairies here
It is stated officially that Bre
vard is the third Western N'oith
Carolina town to have attained
the state and federal public
health dairy honor roll. Asheville
and Black .Mountain having al
ready eipial rating.
Roth dairies are owned and
managed by native Transylvan
ians, the Sunnyside by Raul and
Walter Glazener, and Hast View
by C. L. Osborne and C. K. Os
YORK. S. C„ July 16. (UP) —
I A jury !a<t night was deliberating
I the fate of .John Wright, 40.
I charged with murder in connec
tion with the death of his wife,
Mary, in Mock Hill last January.
Wright testified he was holding
a shotgun in his hand, preparing
to kill himself, and that Mrs.
Wright grabbed the gun. acciden
tally discharging it. She was killed
DEFEND HOMES IN
PALESTINE FIGHT i
(Continued from page one)
The situation around Haifa was
dangerous. Official advices said
that several incendiary fires had
Authorities tightened their pa
trol system as the result of a
bomb outrage yesterday in which
12 Arabs, including three women,
were killed and wounded, three
JAPS BOMB HANKOW '
(Continued from rage one)
The ambassador was supported •
by the representatives of Italy,
Germany. Sweden ard Switzer
land and was said to have offered
a tentative plan to Chinese and
The plan was expected to be J
submitted formally i:i September
"after the Japanese have occupied
About 700 band concerts will
be given in the London pub.ic
parks this summer at a cost of
Her Count Won't
1 A smiling Countess Barbara Hut
j ton Haugwitz-Reventlow went
[ strolling in the garden of her Lon
don home, as seen in the radio
, photo above, after a quick settle
! ment of her court case against
her husband. A crowd of smartly
gowned women who gathered at
London's Bow Street Court miss
ed expected thrills when the case
! was called, then dismissed upon
I the Count's promise not to com
municate with his wife.
,)<>hii Heal, Maureen O'Sullivan. Wallace Meery in "Tort <>f Seven
Seas." at the Carolina next Tuesday and Wednesday.
STATE ATTRACTION TOMORROW
535E3££HI. ..^ < .>..0 mtmrrm\\+>mmx*4mmr ^ tmmn
Jeant-tte iWael'onahi aii<l Nelson F.ddy in "Girl of the Golden
West." at the State theatre tomorrow only.
(IRKKNSnORO. .hdv 1(>. (UP) \
A strike of 5,000 employes of the
Cone Textile Mills in Greensboro I
was ended last night under an'
agreement reached by employes
and management with the help of
federal and state conciliators.
The strike, not sponsored by
any union, developed last Monday
i:i protest against a general wage
reduction ordered by the com
The agreement, as announced
at a mass meeting of strikers last
1. No wage reductions to ex
ceed 12'l' per cent, and reduc-'
tions of less than 12 ^ per cent
not to be enlarged.
2. No discrimination because of
.'J. The mills will operate five
days weekly for three weeks to
compensate for time lost this
•1. Kent for company-owned
houses to be charged on the basis
of time actually worked.
Watermelons are native to I
southern iin<l tropical Africa.
.Milk contains :>? J-2 per cent i
OFFERS MONtY rUK
(Continue*! from >»acr" one)
within 20 years and that nmnici
fial operation would effect a re
duction in electric rates."
It is understood that a similar
proposal has been made to the
city of Asheville for the pur
pose of expanding its municipal
owned water facilities.
SET CONFERENCE OF
(Continued r>'»<rp one)
was born near Asheville and edu
cated at Milligan College. Tenn.,
the University of Tennessee, and
the University of Chicago.
He founded and was the first
president of Atlantic College.
Wilson, X. C.« founded and for a
few years conducted ;i school at
Black Mountain, chartered as
A specialist in psychological
philosophy, he is the author of
a number of books.
The address of welcome at the
opennig service will be delivered
by the Rev. Robert .M. Varnei,
Methodist minister of Kast Flat
Reports will be heard from the
THE LOVELIEST THING THAT HAS
HAPPENED TO HENDERSON VILLE
That's Paris in her eye*!
. .. ami she brings a thou
sand now moods of fem
ininity to the screen as
she makes her American
debut .. A girl you'll love
forever . . . because she
does thing's to you that
you can't forget!
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LATE SHOW TONITE
• • •
DARRIEUX • FAI
with MISCHA AUER • LOUI.S HAYW
Now Starlight for Hollywood
Toa.<t of fifty m;i!:i<>n Fnm Inmn. I »nnI >:m ricix makes h<T
American ilei'Ut in tin- conntly lomMif1. '"I In* IJajji' of
Paris," at thi* Carolina foi a late t:. • torn"vht; :11 -«• Sunday and
Hunted Men" at State Next Week
IJoyl \olan in a sivne !'r«un the 1 hi i i!: nir ** 11 »i ?it «•«! Men" which
plays at the .Stair t h«*;i• ;-«• «>n Monday and Tncsriay.
following churches: A v <• r v\s
Creek No. I. Avery's Creek No.
Asheville Christian, !!<•<• Tier,
Haw ('reck. Thickety, I'pward.
and lieguge, of Haywood- county.
Tlio sei vices on Sunday wili
continue until :J: io'clock in tlv
afternoon and among those who
will appear on the program are
Harry .1. Berry, l». I... of Ashe
villc; IJ. S. (Yea.^man. 15. I,, of
Haw Creek. In tic afternoon :i
-I'titr wi'! lie '^iven I>y .1. Watson
! 'ey. «>f !:i!tmme, ami th«»
;ti prayer will lie l»y Paul
Coekr:«n, Avery's Creek.
Siiya:. e<>ttor: and rice arc tho
p ■ «■ !■ i .1 ulturul products of
vn Qfjv rniiv
iv S/a / ?
'INK I'lcn i:!-: (»!■' \ TllOl'SWh T1IIMI.I.S
"THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST'
MONDAY and TUESDAY
THEY CALL THEM W* SHOTS'
...but they're no bigger than
the guns in their hands!
• Here's the amazing, thrill- ,
packed story of Killer Joe
Albany, who gloried in
terror until he moved in
on a set-up he couldn't
handle with a gunl
The picturo that mbs the glamor
from underworld big-»hof»1
MARY CARLISLE • LLOYD NOLAN
Lynne Overman • J. Carrol Naish
Anthony Quinn • Dorothy Peterson
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
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