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Social and Edited by Hillic Saunders Smith Wm Make Debut Eiizai-e'li City will bo well repre sent. ' the sixteenth annual North C;\r >iim Debutante Rail in RaUmh on SepteiRbcr 11th and l-ia. The following young loth - front hero will be form a My pre sents d :o society. Miss Sarah Williams, dau'hi'f or him p N Wee'hs who will have as 1? narsha I. Frank Elliott oi Char !ott( vine, Virginia. Mi..- 1 ie. i. v Brock, daughter of Mr and M< u W. A. Brock, who v ill It .? ir? marshal!. Abbott Bailey. M>s N.r.ty Hail Sawyer, daughter o'" Mr and Mrs. \f. B Sawyer. wh> \vi;l Itavo as her nnrs'wK. Sh !l Seott. dr. Vis.-; Vaaitvs \\\>i i?. da.r.hrer of Mr. and Mrs. W. A \Vo;ih. who ? all har e a - Inr mar si.ail. Ce.es Scott. Miss Li Hat SinaN. .? :? h. of J ?.air.' and Mrs. VvaltC" L. Sm.a . who wiil b* shallcd by her brother. Midship man M iter I dr . of the United S it es Naval \cadomy Ana. h . s. Maryland. AIi>s d \s<;*' Skinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V'-.s P. Skinner will also make iter debut. Visiting Mother Mrs. p.adeft Mayne and lit'Ie claimhTr. Pa ;v Lou. of Washing ton. N C.. arrived yesterday to suenrl vo vreeks as the guest of lice r>' ' ;i >?. Mrs. O. B. Wt: on ('?' al Avenue. Mrs. Mayne *.? as ;> wnpaniod by her brother. Bdiv V*i s;. who has been Iter guest for two weeks. Auxiliary to Meet Tonight The American Legion Auxiliary j w ill meet tonight at it o'clock at i the homo of Mrs. E. H. Kreien !) >president. Mrs. J. W. Cox. . auivr. Airs. it. L. Garrett, his torian. Business of importance . it! bo irons k ted and all members ? ?( u h> attend. Motor to Richmond Mr-. I M. Meekins. Mrs. O. F. i. o : ?. h.. anil Mahala Meekins M -Mmlan mortored to Richmond . to take Ruth Anne and rivis vviektr home. Ruth Anne hi; boon *. Biting ?Jahala and i \ ? ? s . bet :i visiting Catler Har I ris. Spends Day in Norfolk Mrs erlmivs S. Daniels, spent n- i-.v i!i Norfolk on business. Here From Durham V - s.foi. Harris of Durham is \ ? a a Mrs. fader Harris on West v uurch Street. t n'ert.iins Fridge Club M: . a. i Binders entertained ? r'ub on Wednesday it h< r home in the Ever . ? ;e ' ? r intents on East Fearing .vet. Br*(!;e was played at two abh . " th Miss Hallie Silver a a winning high score prize. Mrs. P.us.v i Box second high and NT s Johnny Coppersmith door e- ?. . Sanders served deii v.; ;?;:? tpp'e drinks during the eee. od later served a fruit salad course. Tire apartment was lovely with ' a profusion of late summer flow er-. Those playing were: Mrs. Johnny Coppersmith.. Mrs. Lyman Knov '.es. Mrs. Glonnie Morgan. Mrs. r :id Wright. Mrs. Russell Box. Mrs. Howard Bullock. Mrs. Cknvncc J.uves and Miss Ilallic Sihcrthovn. Ifon'?r Bride-elect Mrs. Grah.am Commander and Mrs. Joe Commander entertained a.t a an aerie shower and dance at . honi" of Mrs. Joe Commander on Eli' v taus Street extended W ??d?i ?sdny r.aiht in honor of Miss ? ! ? Wood, whose marriage to * 11 nrv Price will be an interesting or: iy f.t'l event. Miss Marian Overman won the 1 ni ire. a box of lovely handker chiefs. in lhe Bride's contest. M Overman presented the gift to Miss Wood. The honorec was presented with a lovely corsage of bride's roses. Each of the other guests were pre ? nted with dainty corsages of as ters. A delicious ice course and punch were served. About fifty guests were present. Visiting Parents Gcorro Twiddy. who travels for Swe et-OiT Company, is spending his vacation here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Twiddy on Wt <t Church Street. Visiting More M:s Evelyn Cer.e cf New Bod ford. M: <.. ;s visiting Miss Anna 0 'l.'' Hoilowcll on Cedar Street. V.. G*nr r.nd Miss Holowell are '' ;ss-mates at Meredith College .11 Raleigh. Visiting in Norfolk Mrs. Dora Overman and her , daughter. Mr.xine. are spending v veral days in Norfolk visiting relatives. Or. Vacation ' Mrs. Grace Lister of East Cy press Street. .i.itnig relatives n St. F,rides and Newport News, Vireir.'a. Mrs. Lister expects to be away about ten days. Mere From Asheville Charles \Miller of Asheville is spending serval days here on bus ! mess. Mr. Miller has been com . piling adta for the new city di ! rectory. 1 Able to Be Out Miss Nancy Hall Sawyer is able to be out after being confined to her home cn North Road Street with malaria. Here on Business William Cradle, A. J. Fox and William Dietrick of'Raleigh were in' Down on business yesterday. Week-end Here Mrs. Bculah Davis, who is work in gat Nags Head this summer, spent the week-end here at her home on McMorrine Street. Mrs. Davis was accompanied home by her mother. Mrs. Lula Jackson, of city Route 2. who had been her guest for a week. Visiting Mother Mrs. M. T. Price and her daugh | tor. Ruth, of Weeksville, are spending this week with Mrs. Price's mother, Mrs. Eli Winslow : on City route 3. Moves Family Here II. Ci. Heyward. Jr.. manager ol the local Fire Companies Adjust ment Bureau, moves his family here from Ashcvillc this week. They are living at 201 Shirley St. Visiting Uncle William Parker of Oceana, Vir ginia. will return home today af ter visiting his invlo. Scott Par ker on the Weeksville Road, lie ! expects to return here Tuesday and stay until time to enter Fork j Union Military Academy. Visiting Ilere Mr. Marvin Hooper and son. L. A. Hooper of Stumpy Point, are I visiting their brother and uncle. Mr. James Hooper on Pearl Street for a few days. : Leaves For Baltimore Charles Ward, son of Mr. and j | Mrs. C. W. Ward of North Road J Street, has left to enter Bryant Stratton Business College in Bal timore. Visiting Here Hugh Baum of South Bend. Indiana, and Forest Baum of St. I Brides. Virginia, an .spending a few days as the guests of their ' i cousin. Jack Baum on Riverside ; Drive. At Stumpy Point Mr. and Mrs. Russel Nixon and i | little son. Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. j ' Jones Hooper and Mrs. Sally j Evans motored to Stumpy Point j Tuesday and returned Wednesday 1 Mrs. Hollmvc!! H?re Mrs. Eva Hollowed of Fairfield ; arrived Wednesday night to spend j 'some time with Mrs. F. T. Win- ' ! slow on West Burgess Street. I I Leaves To Enter School | Miss Maxine Mnrrisctto and 1 Mack Morrisette. Jr., have left for Baltimore to enter Bryant-Strat ton Business College. Visiting: Sufi'olK, Va. L. J. Jennings and son. of Cam- . ' den are spending the day in Suf i folk visiting friends. W. S. Sawyer and son of Cam den spending the day in Suffolk on business. Miss Ruth Brown of Belcross. is entertaining some of her friends I | at her cottage this week at Kitty i ! Hawk. Hertford News _ Mrs. Claude Fields entertained j ; Tuesday evening at a bridge shower complimentary to Mrs. Ed gar Fields, who before her mar ' riage of August twenty-seventh i was Miss Evelyn Webb of Dur ! ant's Nock. Five tables of bridge I were arranged after which a sweet j course was served. Mrs. Hudson Butler was winner of the high score and Mrs. Julian White the i low score. A guest-of-honor gift was presented to Mrs. Edgar Fields i j who was showered with many i : lovely gifts. Those enjoying Mrs. Fields' hos pitality were: Mesdames Edgar Fields. Herbert Nixon, Oscar Felton, D. F. Reed, E. S. Pierce. D. M. Jackson. Julian White. Wil liam Divers, Jr., Charles Umphlett. C. E. Johnson, J. E. Morris, W. C. Dozier, Mark Hathaway, E. L. Reed, Charles Williford, Hudson Butler, and Misses Mary Ovella Relfe, Gussie Wood. Catherine Britt, Hazel Ainsley, Blanche Everett. Mildred Reed, Bertha Chappell, Edna Fields. Nellie Fields. Mary Elizabeth Fields, and Jeannctte Fields. 1 Personals Mrs. Vivian Matthews has rc | turned from a short visit with her friends at Columbia. Miss Joyce Harrell, Grace 1 Knowles, and Louise Payne, have < returned from a house party at j Nags Head, with Miss Alice Bundy I as hostess. < ( Mrs. George White has return- 1 j cd from a visit with her sister, < j Mrs. Lade White of Greenville. < \ Mrs. T. G. Gray of Newport < ' News and Mrs. Glen R. Stevens 1 j of Bath. N. Y.. have left for a trip < I to Florida after a visit to their i sister, Mrs. R. T. Clark. Mrs. George Bradley, Jr., of Rocky Mount returned Thursday | al ter a visit to Mrs. T. E. Harrell. | Jr. I Miss .Joyce Stokes is the guest j of his sister. Mrs. Emmett Wins low at Nags Head. Mrs. Ella B. Benson of Reids ville, has arrived to spend the winter with Mrs. T. E Harrell, Jr. Miss Donnic Mao Norman of Lexington is visiting her mother, Mrs. L. W. Norman of Market St. Miss Elizabeth Stephens has ac cepted a position as fifth grade teacher at Piiiladelphus school near Red Springs. She will leave the latter part of next week to as sume this position. Ernest Morgan, Principal of Piiiladelphus school, has returned to Red Spring to resume his work. Miss Doris Gurley. who has been the house guest, of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Holmes, has returned to her homo in Fremont. Mrs. Clyde McCallum and cou sin. Mrs. Wilbur Perry of Hunt ington. West Virginia, left Thurs day for her cottage at Nags Head. Mrs. A. M. Riddick spent Thurs day in Norfolk. So. Mills Personals Mrs. Roy Saunders of Burgas, has moved to South Mills to join her husband who is working here. Miss Smily l.ove Spencer is still confined to her home on account of illness. Little Roy Paxton of Hampton, has been spending several weeks with Mr. and Mis. A. M. Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and ba by of Baltimore are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Miss Lena Jones has returned to her home after visiting her brother. Bill Jones in Baltimore. Mrs. Lewis Sawyer of Gregory is visit big her father, B. F. Fore hands. Little Gordon and Jean Ethe ridg?. grand-children of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Elhrridge of South Miils are spending a few days with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Riddick of Corapoake. Mrs. Dallas William osf Nor folk is spending several days with Mrs. Charlie Norris. Blessed Event Just another Blessed Bvent?or Visit from the Stork if you're Mid-Victorian says Sidney ' Etheridgo, but with variations. A birth announcement just received 1 by Mr. Etheridge from friends at Virginia Beacli reads as follows: Announcing the 1936 sport ' model No. 2-1 Designer and Engineer H. * Oliver Brown Production Manager: Helen ! Bunting Brown ' Technical Engineer and Assist- 1 nnt: Dr. Bentley Byrd Product: Baby J. L. Bunting Brown Model released: August 21st, ( 1:30 P. M. at Norfolk General ' Hospital, Norfolk. Virginia. ' Specifications for New DcLuxe ] Model 1 i Two lung power ; Free squealing Scream line body Vibrating horn No brakes 1 Economical feed Knee action Six pounds 13 oz. chassis Rumble seat Water cooled Body not by Fisher No muffler Blue headlights Blond top 1 Rear bumper i Changeable seat covers The management assures you < that there will be no more models i the balance of the current year. ( ___ I STAR SIGNALS BY i OCTAVINE t For persons who believe that human destiny Is guided by the planet, the dally horoscope is outlined by a noted astro loger. In addition to Information of l personal Interest, It outlines Information 1 of special interest to persons born on the designated dates. SEPTEMBER 4 1 Those most likely to be affect- i xl by today's influences are those s join from April 11 through 30. ( General Indications i Morning?Eccentric. J Afternoon?Doubtful. 1 Evening?Mental. An imaginative but unreliable t force is slightly to the fore to- 1 lay. i Today's Birthdate < You should be a secretive per- < son who posscses a profound un derstanding. Improved conditions < for the coming year are indicat- < -?d, with changes through travel, v si* dealings with people far away. You should receive a great finan cial stimulus during June, 1937. Expansion and pleasure is indi cated, through the realms of romance or speculation during January, 1937. ^ Danger be careful from Oct. 12 through 19. Caroline ChatfSays Many a Husband Attempting to Turn Sharp Corners Has Been Straightened Up by a Wise Wife's Strategy. DEAR MISS CHATFIELD: Docs marriage moan that a woman should give up all pleasures and do nothing but make over a husband who is inconsiderate of her? Here's my story: We live with my parents because they are old and liave-to have someone in the house with them.; My husband-s work takes him away from home and sometimes' he spends half.; the nights in a week at a boarding house where he sees an old girl. He assures me there is no cause for jealousy on my part. I am not so sure. I have coaxed and begged him to make-a home for us. He promises he will and then doesn't. I don't have any fun because I am married and he is aways so much. I am more alone than if I were single. Please tell me what to do. P. E. 13. ANSWER: Make one last appeal for a separate establishment and if it falls on deal' ears, try a little strategy. Tell your husband that you miss him so much and are so cut off from pleasures that you have decided that you will pack your suitcase and go along with him on his business trip. For a very small sum you can hire someone to stay with your parents. No doubt there are people in your neighborhood who will delight to stay with them for room and board. Be pleasant with your husband in discussing the subject and don't let him get the impression that you arc going Jong to police him. It is a terrible temptation to a wife to lot loose her temper and her tongue on the head of a husband whom she suspects of turning sharp corners. Hardly can she quiet her fears when the facts ap parently confirm them. It is almost impossible for her to be natural and affectionate with a husband who is out and gone half the time, leaving her at home to nurse the olch folks. Surely she has a grievance against him. for gross selfishness if nothing more. But if she can save her marriage by exercising super-human control, the game is worth the candle. CAROLINE CHATFIELD. DEAR MISS CHATFIELD: My father is as cranky as a man can be. He not only criticizes all my boy friends but he low rates my girl friends. He seems to dis approve of my 1 laving any pleasure. I am not boy crazy but like 99 out of 100 girls I do like to have some dates and some fun with the boys. What should I do? EIGHTEEN. ANSWER: II you are self-supporting listen to your father's jibes and criticisms in respectful silence and go right on as if lie hadn't made them. If you are not self-supporting you will have to make some concessions to his "crankiness," for that's what it is. In the meantime maybe some of your girl friends' parents will intercede for you and try to show him that your desire for dates is normal and natural. Always remember this, llie follow that foots the hills has the final say-so. CAROLINE CHATFIELD. Problems of general interest submitted by readers will be discussed in tiiis column. Letters unsuitable for publication will be answered personally provided they contain stamped, self-addressed envelopes. All names are held in confidence. Write Miss Chaifleld, in carc of this newspaper. Loquacious Elissa Landi Prefers The Hoi Polloi By IIENRY SUTHERLAND U, I'. Hollywood Correspondent Hollywood, Sept. 3?<UP> ? Elissa Landi. slight, red-haired actress, has a grudge against Emily Post, and is anxious to get it of! her chest. "I'm not refined, and I'm glad of it." broadsides Landi. "I hate refinement, and genteel people give me a pain. Do you know what I mean by 'genteel people?' ? the kind that eat grapes with a knife and fork. They make me tired." Landi came out flat footed in 'avor of the undershirt-socks-and susponders in the drawing room school of behavior favored by popular politicians and rugged in dividualists. "I like people who have risen from the gutter," she declared. It's a swell plaee to come from. But I've no use for those who -Imbed out on the shoulders of others. They're the kind who eventually turn 'genteel.' "Yes and I have no use for ap pendages?the wives, sisters and brothers who sat back and watch ed. or just tagged along while someone else did the climbing. They usually go 'genteel,' too." Loquacious Landi may be "un refined" as all get out, but she can't very well claim to have ROOSEVELT BOMB SCARE! (Continued from page one) a is son on Mid-Island, seven miles north of Pr/chogue, L. I. They quoted Kuehncl as saying hat lie had "A gruge against all Governments" and as laboring inder the impression that some one sought to kih him. He was ^aid to have explained that he designed his bomb whh the idea if strapping it to himself so that j lis assailant would be killed, too. \ f he was attaeked. Kuehnel positively made no i ,hreat against any official of the government, police said. A Weird Contraption The police description of Kueli lel's infernal machine was a fol ows: An old motor oil can equipped villi a wooden top, about 10 inches vide, 14 inches high and two nches deep. It contained nine sticks dynamite and the top was jquipped with two hammers, one it each end and each operated by springs. In the center of the top vas a 'ever used to operate the lammcr wshich were arranged so hat when manipulated they | vould set off two .22 calibre cart ridges which, in turn, would set iff nine percussion caps on the lynamite. The corset-like affair was curv ed to fit the human chest and :ou!d be fastened around the chest with straps. To Win an Argument "One way to git de best flbt of an argument," said Uncle Eben, "is to say one tiling wif all yoh might an' keep on sayin' it. Dar ain' no use tryin' to convince a parrot." sprung from the gutter in ten easy hops. She was born in Venice, Italy, where there are no gutters. The late Rudyard Kipling is i Hollywood's latest vpgue, with one | picture based on his works about I to begin and another coming shortly. Metro is about to start shooting | "Captains Courageous." with Lionel Barrymorc as " D i s k o . Troupe." the Gloucester fishcr [ man, and Freddie Bartholomew as I the unlicked son of a millionaire ! rescued from the ocean. RKO has retained Howard ! Hawks, who 'eft "Come and Get It" two-thirds finished because he didn't see rye to eye with Sam j Go chvyn. to direct a picture bas- | cd cn "Gunga Dm." RKO ship-1 ters say they have hacked a movie J plot out of the verse, and if so i they are better men than most of j 'cm, Gunga Din. Skating chorines will have to invent new ways of holding their coiffures together for hairpins are barred on the rink set where Son ja Henie. forme Olympic cham pion fancy skater, is making "one in a million." Henie was doing her stuff on the ice when her skate hit a hair pin. and she did a barrel-roll and a pancake. ROOSEVELT MEETS LANDON IN POW WOW (Continued frccn page one) Prof. W. E. Grimes cf the Kansas State Agricultural college. would be built around a coordinated program to prevent land erosion and to hold the normal rainfall to the '.and for use in time of need. I It would call for building private ly and with government aid, many ponds, lakes, dams and reservoirs to store the waters of the drought country rivers of Arkansas and Kan sas?the area which Gov. Landon knows best. The administrative featur:~. ac cording to Landon's proposals, w..Td be designed to keep political factors out of the entire program. State planning boards working with a Governmental agency probably would be the best method, in the Governor's view. With Mr. Roosevelt were admin istration experts, Henry Wallace, secretary of agriculture, Rex G. Tugwell, re-settlement administra tor, Henry Hopkins, WPA admin istrator, and Robert Feehncr, head of the CCC, These men have bcmi I traveling with him through the sun j baked plains of the west for the past week and a half and they took part in the discussions he had with the governors in projcstmg a pro gram calling for better land use as well as immediate relief for the needy and care of them during the winter. Spanish Shrapnel And Shells Drop On Spanish Soil (Continued frcm page one) to be giving the advancing insur gents no more concern than the bllvtering sun or the swarm of flies that buzzed over the naked backs of men and mules moving into posi tions for the big drive on Irun. The rebels moved deliberately. Al though they have Irun at their mercy it dce.s not mean that cap ture of the city will be immediate. Busy with making preparations as perfect as possible, it may bo that the attackers may delay actual oc cupation of Irun for perhaps as much as several days. EYE WITNESS SEES PRIESTS CRUCIFIED By Edward G. Drpury 'Copyright. 1936, by United Press) Bclchite, Spain, S pt. 3.?'UP)? I walked alcng a dusty road in Aragon today and cairn to the vil lage of Pina where, behind the loy alist lines, I saw two crucified prie.ts hanging from their crosses. One hung in an upright position ?just as Christ was crucified. The other hung head downward?the po sition in which St. Peter was sup pos d to have been crucified. I I saw other things along the road as I marched 30 miles from Zara gesa south to Bclchite with a column of rebel cavalry and infantry under Lieutenant Colonel Areo. There were bodies that the vultures had found. And in a little village so small that it does not appear on my -.nap 11 perse.is?aged men, women and a few children ? lay dead against the wall of a church in which they had sought sanctuary. They had been shot in the back. The officers in the refc 1 column tcld 1110 that the peasants by th? church wall were hostage; slaught ered only a few hours before as the loyalists withdrew before our ad vance. Arce, white-faced with anger, or dered dismounted cavalry divisions, upported by vclunt cr foet troops. 10 hasten and occupy as many vil lages as possible before execution squads do their tasks. REVIVAL NOW ON AT SION PINE CHURCH Camden, Scpt.3?A revival meeting will be held at the Sign Pine Methodist Church, Camden, Sunday morning at 11:00 a. m.. it was announced today by C. E. \fale. the pastor. Tire conference meeting will he held at 3:00 p. m. Sunday. The Missionary meeting was iioid Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. B. Cuthrell. with the fol lowing in attendance: Mcsdames Betty Stevens. Noah Stevens, Pol ly Stevens, Bett Forbes, N. G. Burgess, Sally Tarkington, W. S. Sawyer, L. R. Jennings, and Miss Moble Seymour. The next Mss ionary meeting will be held at the church 011 the first Wednesday in October for the election of of ficers. Sensitive Explosive So sensitive Is nitrogen iodln, one of the world's most "touchy" explo sives, tlmt it will go off when touched with a feather. D. B. Fearing Not j ''Stringing Along* Or Pussyfoot inu D. B. Fearing. seero'ar. i Dare County Chamber of c and member of tlv Board, c> r mis?loners of that County i , cally denies a statement a to him in a telephone en:, ; lien to this newspaper from m Wednesday night. Hue , Fearing's denial: "I am quoted in today' i . . The Daily Independent a , . ing we are stringing aloir the Southern Albemarle a , tion beacuse we are memb : j made no such statement and .? t made clear that I am cir.ir.: ticy and whidc-heirir i!y tj. every endorsement mule !>. ?.... South rn Albemarle A . . its meeting i:i Mantea Ai : 0 and its prcvlou mre.;: i did sute at a special call -ni of Dure County member eg ,. J association and other Do . organizations yesterday w not lose sight of the fact \i ? . fri r.d in all the Albemarle :. tics and should not perm ?, Jr. < selves to become worked ?;;> , , bitter frenzy which mha; r. ti in doing more harm than 1 simply recommended . proceed on a friendly an i < structivc bad.; which won!. no pennan nt scars re-an final decisions of the ii: ha.:v folk- as to bridge Ic-j'.ion . A the statement in your ;:t. . Raiding Alligator river b:..i ing a more costly bridge \ Albemarle Sound bri i ;e. th. have been intended ae a j Any unbias d engineers w. , it to you or the highway " i. . sion that both the Alli -a: >; r bridge and the Roanok r.-.vr bridge between Flymou:h Eertie county can b^ hu.: less than the Albemarle ;? bridge. Anyone familiar v. evcr-incr asing thou and < i?ts who are strcamin'. to I*.: county to visit America'; :? outstanding historical hi.;, knows that the ron-crirti :i ?>: Alligator river bridge won!: I, genuine business inve-tmnr : wouid pay the state ban.! dividends. I fully reeogiuz my influence is extreme!;, i n. Howowr. I wish to reiterate make perfectly cl ar the 1 ; po c to remain loyal to th R >?; .. cm Albemarle A edition. I It- - c.stly believe the reca.ntn n 1> . < of this association are for tlx l> interest., of the large t numb ?: citizens living it tit' Allxaurl The Daily Independent pr.: tho quotation to Mr. Fearin ? in good faith, not questioning source. This paper is glad t<? p: Mr. Feaing's denial. PLYMOUTH AWAITS ANNUAL EVENTS 'A Plymouth. Sept 3.- Plymotith \ looking for vard to the annu fashion show with more tlu.n t usual interest because of the 1;> that along wtt'i the fashion *le li I there is the added attraction <?? a public wedding. While no knows just who the happy will be every possible eo.ipl< town is suspected .and as tin h draws near tho interest t "t ing more and more. This an: - vent is sponsored by the W?>n. : Shop and New Theatre Ix in at the theatre and this year' show will bo accompanied lr> Virginia Vagabonds and af show there will be a danc< ix. the new gym, a large crow i i pecteci and everybody is loot: forward to a good time. o A ]17TV CorRpr , i V, ' J Fuel id Avenue Shepard Strret ?LAST SIIOV/IXC? H'itf STFF.LF in ? ' TRAU, OF TERROR" A! o C.?neciy Ac: >3^ mm ^ALL^3 VOICE-MUSIC-HIGH FIDELITY^CONTROL AND A SCORE OF YEAR^EAB^^ See, hear and operate this beautiful modern Zenith Model 10-S-157 shown above. Power ful 10-tube superheterodyne. Foreign reception guaranteed. Contains new Lightning Station Finder and Tell-Tale Controls. Find out about these remark able radio improvements. AMERICA'S MOST COPIED RADIO Always A Year Ahead aNDERSOM H Radio & Electric Co. fl Va. Dare Hotel Kids. 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