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i()tt)!>nnuiv (lets I fyrorable Mice L.fArkansas rfx..> * held last i'f riri> :? ??? those who I him. The flit tV.imu- *'i !!<'l?sravuiv - ? ?' ''i>'kt' Colony I :t' "Id. some ' Ilgfcr^nwnt* U1* ' * - tat Jons :.t -ty t yte^ion ? ?*. aid ' n. received by! WZ . ?; n more sHds. D B ' G,'nor* n R anoke Coi- ? . ? ? - >n of Man I -Z .... . indefatigable. i fforts in be :e celebration. I. i Roan ?: C ny Memorial >-op. ra - ' .1 A" Da.'y ? . ? ?? v - rCt 1*1 M: ? . r. monaliy k. ?r. , * ire t'ol .?r:a?: 1 v.mr idea mr. of T IX... .i fine .1 and '? : *'. ?? : ?.. rvrit ? D.u.- been ,ny ~ v- .? ? ibiish ? i a:;. ' :r. nts ? - 1 A- 'i :a ? * a* mo>: Mractiva." Ma-or Flora I'lt a?.?-d -? F : > : Elizabeth nrrmnr v's mast .Mitten: : i Daily *;?: ? '? ut a Roan C s .i :on to ? i ' ' ' ' ? A.*; . !ip n ' ' . and I *"? ; to ? T. ' iv t-ele r.' ? rr.'-an ?. :. many u'": ? l ,m C . ? r .a : ' ? -: ' ? -Hi Mi will become permanent residents and investors, If this coaptation attracts a hali a million people I ; during the two months of its dura j tion. and each visitor : tays in this area an average of five days, it ! would mean leaving two and one half million dollars in this terri- I j tory. figuring that each visitor | | spent an average of only five dol- | j lars a day. ?This project is going to at- | tract naional attention to this I section, and it gives us an oppor j tunity to "tell the world" of the many fine thing.. that we have to ! I offer investors and homeseekers. "Your plan of sending copies of j this Souvenir publica ion to lead in; metropolitan dailies and per iodicals should cause many of! ?hose publica.ions to publicize thi section, which in turn will mean house.nds of dollars worth of the very finest advertising. "You may be assured of my co njuration and support in your under.aking. and it is my sincere wi h ih.at ail our forward looking citizens will assist you in making your Official Roanoke Colony Edi ion a great success for all of us." Williamston Society Birthday Party I ittif Jack Booker celebrated his ixth birthiiaj Monthr 'ftomoon . front four un.il six o'clock at his | home on Warr.n . :reu. Alter several games were play ed the !i tie folks were invited in lie dining room that was atnae kv ly decorated, using a color itica.e of yellow and green. The e.o.c v&s centered wi h a huge | hithday cake, bearing six cr.ndic . ..hieli v. re burning. Ice cream, cake and candy fa-! its were sened by Mrs. Booker H" received many attractive gifts Those prrsen lor the party ; cere: Dorothy Leggette. Besty \ige Her on. Mary Carolyn beg et e. Betty Lou Jones. E.ur.beth vfanaing. J ssk Mae Meson. Ra iiscl Cite- cn. Violet Phelps. Mar one Gray Du.n. Joan Peal. Jo- I ? phine and E iza Daniel. Rose | deggeite. Alberta Knox. Ann Vooatd. Barbara Gurganus. Pa ! 'ca Tay or. Harri t Ward. Sar h Manning. E.izabcth Whitley, vlareure" Ward. Susie Whitby, en a Me.' Glenn. Batbaia Mar 0 is. Wihen Knox. Bruce Poweii. hi1' i-e n. Bi ly Bob Mannuig. hiiian Mason. Lindall Ward. John Vatts Hilton Peeie. R ynoid Max im. William Manning. Hugh Hur on. Jr.. Luther Peel. Asa Man- i 1 ng. Lamia Griffin. Juiian Her ri Ke.rrcll. Tommy Frank. Toni r.y Ohetn. Bobby Clayton. Jack : phoff. Jack Daniel and W. C Manning. III. Personals Mr . K B Crawford and Miss ; Mildred Purvis spent Wednesday \f cineon in Edcntcn. Attorney Carter Studdcrr was a t's'n ss vis; or in Grecnvi le on V i t. sday. M'.s.. I "!n Brown P.arnltill vis ed dot brother in Everetts San lay. Gale Sumner of Norfolk vva a y.ts.ngss visi or here Thursday. Mesdames William Herst. Earn- j "t Mebty. A ton Grimes, and Ijss Edith Wilson Sumner cl ! "cbcrcnvil e were shoppers in j his ci y Tuo; day. Max Fill er of Pad igli was a r.t. nc; s vi.Mtrr here Thursday. Mr r.nd Mrs. Paul Jonas ard Vlt -s Mai a: rat Con Visited the i.ci.c - hi Jaiua vii - and Piy-j tcu'li W'tin day. Mrs. J E. O'iff hi V'- i'fd in Vir.d'or for a short time yester iay. Mrs. J. D. Ifathawav. Jr.. of ?Tt::ab'' h City is visiting her par nts. Mr. and Mis. W. A. Jam.s i n W s' Main root. Don Davys o." : .ymoiiMi was a .>iti ;? .1: this ei'v yesterday. IT L. Jf .its of P yn... "i was a j . i. ?s vi itor here W dm sday Mr. ami Mrs J. T. Ec'mor.uson Mis. James H'tbrrr W rd and laughter. Harriet . :.n i Mrs J.uey Vaid v= ltrcl Hampton's fishery in kymon h W cine- i.t- e.t'ei no .1. Mrs Crrtn Tag cr of Ruber-i cm it c v r >th; r. Mis v r [ , ? ?, I: > a . ':U '? W elj. Mr VVil " Rad.Trson < f Poo crscnvillc vi ir d liei Jlsters Mr . J '1 Ennun-err rs ? Mrs. A. I ?> bu<!: luie this weak. HE33BB |W|0 ; o Q? HS1513&5 f, M>; : /i . 7 w c ' / ? i I . 'O P&-. ?. DOUBLE ASSET TO BUDGET WARDROBES I? MARIAN MARTIN PEPLUM FROCK! 9260 PATTERN 9260 Time to be oil !?to a picnic, sports event, or even to business - in this "run around" frock by Marian Martin! Can't you just see yourself in it?made up in one of the new, bright cottons So trim and cool, your wardrobe won't be complete without it. And here's a surprise: that perky little pop lum you've been admiring in tire picture may be omitted in the making if you choose. Why not make one version with the pep lum, and one without? Now, don't you agree that this jaunty style's a double asset to the bud get. and any wardrobe? You'll love the brief sleeves, and becom ing, young yoke. Pattern 9260 is a frock that everyone will find easy to make, aided by its Com plete Diagrammed Marian Mar tin Sew Chart. Pattern 9260 may be ordered only in sizes 12, 14. 16. 18. 20. 30. 32, 34. 36. 33 and 40. Size 10 re quires 3 "a yards 36 inch fabric. Price 15c. Here's a clever idea! Women who haven't "perfect flgum" ? and not many of us have>, can be sure of having their smart Marian Martin frock-: fit perfectly The secret? Just order our simple basic pattern in your size, adjust it to your own figure measure , mt nts, cut it out in muslin and you have a permanent guide lo ' use when making all your frocks' , Send for pattern 9300 today. 1> ! .igned for sizes 14 to 20 and 3" . to 50. Size 16 requires 3n', yard: of 36 inch fabric. Price 15 cents | Sird 15 cents in coins or stamp.' ?coin preferred) for each Marian , Martin pattern. Thirty cents fo; both. Be sure to write plainly your i size, name, address and style 1 number. Send your order to The Daily Independent, Pattern Dept., Eliza beth City. N. C. PARIS STYLES By MARY FENTRESS United Press Staff Correspondent Paris (UP*?Many of the court gowni for the Coronation are "oei'iu nuid.' by Schiaparelli. in :? uu.ng liiat of the Countess of; Cicnit r. As the wife of the Earl | a Cromer. Lord Chamberlain to! King G'.uge VI. she will be one! of the outstanding figures at the ceremony in Westminster Abbey.! Ore of Schiapa-elli's most popular Coronation gowns is in while and gold lame with the material woven in a leaf design. The : own i.s simply cut with a draped bodice back and front with a low cut decolletage. The ??own is tightly fitted over the laps, anil has a soft drapery fa litis from the waistline in >aek. The court train of white and ?cld falls from the shoul L-r>: and extends several feet in ' he p. ar. 'i he same dress house is mak ng li court gown for Mrs. '.vinsicn Churchill in a heavy white crepe with drapery and a common length train in back. Wii le crepe roma in a draped model has beeen selcted by Lady Kaig for the Abbey ceremony. Lady Fairfax has ordered a group of dinner and evening dro ;sc; at this house for the en mnrnt nts which will follow iCoronation One is in wool en I ulle a new material?and made with, the usual Scliia l-arolli dinner jacket. Another is in crepe in a soft blue shade mourn d with large black but er.'hvs. Lady Keith Frazer has se e."(d white crepe with a tobac > S c" design in green, rose li'in jaikct embroidered in tiny bins iljwors. Plymouth Personals Church Conference The tenth of a series of confer ences in the convocation of Eden ton was held here Wednesday at Grace Episcopal church. These conferences ate sponsored by the Dioceasan Commission en Evan gelism, of which the kev. Jack kountree of Kin d on is chairman, and are held ::i connection with the district meetings of the Wo man's auxiliary. Delegations were present from the churches of Columbia. Cres well. Lake Pee ps, Roper and Ply mouth. The session was opened at 9 a m? with a ce,ebration of the Ho.y J Communion with the Rev. Sidney Mathews, rector of the parish, as celebrant. At ten o'clock the Rev [ Jack Rountree led a conference on "Where you meet God and why God needy you." He held his lis teners enthralled while he depict ed the beauty of a life that takes the teachings of God as its guides. I The Rt. Rev. Thomas Darst, Bis I hop of East Carolina, led the con i ference on "God's world of peopit ! and you", making each person 1 present realize how church inem , bers are failing to take advantage of opportunities for advancing i God -s kingdom on earth, and i In J many Macedonian calls which are coming to tiie church and goiny unanswered. The Rev. and Mrs Mosely of Williamston led an m terestmg discussion on Missions. In the afternoon the Woman's I Auxiliary held a business session j in the church with Miss Ida Pea cock. of Roper, the district chair | man, presiding. Mrs. Jim Gay.ord I of Roper read the minutes of the previous meeting and had roll cai of parishes. : Mrs. Harry Walker of Crcswell. convocational president, made an I address urging that the auxiliary | members use the inspiring thoughts which had been given i them by the speakers of the morn j ing to enrich their lives by a more | perfect service to the church and ! God's kingdom. She announced that the Auxi'i j ary's summer work would bo a ; gift to Dr. Lula D.sosway. who is | a missionary to China from east j Carolina, serving as surgeon in St. Elizabeth's hospital in Shanghai. Mrs. Sidney Ward. Diocesan Di I rector of the church periodical I club, discussed the ways in which tire auxiliary members may 'serve I under the C. P. C. The next meet j ing will be he d at St. David par ish in Creswell. TlAwc/sna Ic Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitley and son left for Greensboro Thursday where Wilfred will enter the music contest. The Rev. Walter Noe of Wilm ington attended the church con ference held here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Brown were in Norfolk this week, i The. Rev. end Mrs. John Hardy of Cresweil were here for the church conference. I The friends of the Rev. Stephen Gardner of Washington regret to know that he is quite ill. Several teachers of the Ply ! mouth schools are attending the I State meeting for the teachers in Durham today and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hicks of Raleigh have been visiting friends in town this week. Ko.v Mr nks 41 Quarts of Milk Melbourne (U.R) ? Murray Cheers. 12, won a milk drinking competition at Oakleigh. a suburb of Melbourne, by consuming 40 quar.s and 1 !i pints in 17 hours, spread ever three days. His prize was a :;:e seat at the cin ;ma every Saturday afternoon lor a year. First Plows of Tree Branches The first farm plows were made of crooked tree branches and worked by man power. J MAIAM, \ ClIViK SI T IS KEAEEY Hi\ kauka n uektek tells how it s done CROCHETED CHAIR SET PATTERN 1470 Suoicthin", dilfcrenl. in croc lit? I? a chair or davenport set crocnet ed stri- r.! One strip makes an arm rest, three a chair back, five a davenport back. Once you've made one, just keep repeating? jf n 'ii tn tcrethrr and you're ready to work a transformation on your furniture! St rim; works up quickly, and is durable. Pattern !470 con ains directions for making a strip 51/* x 12V2 inches; illu ' tra ion.; of it and of all stitches used; photograph of section of t> p; material lequiremrnts: suggestions for a variety of uses. Send 10 cents in stamp or coin 'coin preferred" for this pattern i !o '1 in; U/\ILY INDEPENDENT. Needlecraft Dept. Write plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS. Camden News Ihitcrtu nrU Seniors Miss Mary Teeter deiightfubyTn .eriam u six members oi Hie vn ior c.uss oi tlie Sunbury high school at her office in the Cam den school Sa uidav liiglit. Many interesting games were piaycd and enjoyed by ah piMont. The hos tess .served de.iciou. iriiv hnicnts.' Miss Teeter's guests included: Miss s Sadie Mane Taylor. Emily E izabeih by rum. Kditn liouowel, Edna Earl ?xounira-, En.a Myri.e Eenry and Virginia Puwvii ol San bury; Doio.hy vvi.iiams, Eizz.e iie.i Tarkingion, S. B. Seymour, Jr., Noah Morrisette, Robert S ev en , Jr., Fred Upton, Jr.. (irmly Burgess, Melvin Cartwright, Chr.y Ferebie. Philip Moirixcrte, M. C. Sa.vyer of Elizabeth Cily and .Jo seph Seymour. Fun Party The Sign Pine Epwort h League j sponsored a lun party at the iiome of Mrs. Robeia Stevens Friday nigh, from eight to twelve. Ganus were piay.d and dancing enjoyed throughout the evening. Delicious rclreshmtnts were served. About forty-five gue ts were present. Club Meeting The Camden Home Demonstia ? ion club held iis regular nice imr .it the home of Mrs. C. L. Tarking .011 Wedn sday af.ernoon. The meeting was opened by singing. Dreaming". 'The scripture was ead by Dorothy Williams. The minutes of the last meeting and i a usurer s report were read. The topic for ilie mon.h wa Com-! uierciai Patterns". We were dis-1 missed by Mrs. J. W. Stanings. '1 lie recrea ion leader led the j jame. Delicious fruit jello and cake .vas served by the hostess. Those present were: Mr .. Tom Stevens, i Mrs. Graham Sawyer, Mrs. B. C. ! Juthrell, Mrs. Paul Jeralds, Mrs. Robert Stevens, Mrs. J. W. Stall- J ,iigs, Mrs. George Wihiums, Mrs I P. Wood, Mrs. Sophia Jordan. I Mr . C. L. Tarkingion, Mrs. N. G.! Burgess, Mis. S. 15. Seymour. 1 Misses Doro hy Williams. Lizzie 1 Je 1 Tarkingion and Mary Teeter, /isitois weie: Mrs. .J lime ?.Iorri s tte. Mrs. T. S. Ruber son. Mr . H. C. Fere bee. Misses Eiizab'! h Morriseite, Thalia Tarkingion and Jackie Wood. Celt-toss Club Meeting The Beleross Horn.' Demons-ra tion club held its monthly m? - ing R, the home of Mr . We.'sr larkingtcn Thursday af eino.n The quilt which the meaib ?: made was brought in to b so d for the benefit of tlv eiub. The topic for discussion was "Commer cial Pa'terns". The hostess en e l dcliciou refreshments. About . eighteen numbers were pres. n . l eague Me'ting The Si:? ii Pine Epworth Leagu held its :t: u ar i <" nc AhinT1' night at llie church, with P'a 1 Games as hostess. The meeting v.v.s opened v.ith the president, Maoio .s ? moor. presiding. A short count ;t meeting was m id in eon nt'c ion with lie im iness. The toil was called and dues collected. The hostess served delicious fruit. Those present were: Mable Sey mour, Aiiene Stevens, Jda Lee Games, Laura Burgess. Dorothy William . Mary K.izubeth Upton. Add'e Fi ieb-c. Linda Upton. An me Wilder. Helen Ciilhreli, Min nie Mae Cuthrell. Irving Seymour, Robert Stevens. Jr.. 1-r.d Upton, Jr.. Lio.'.ii Williams. Malarhi Bur m ss, Horace Wlii chcr. Josh Mun ch 11. Lows Cm hit*!!, Jo: eph Sey mour. ivir. Manos, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Moniso.te. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Sawyer. Mrs. Robert Slev. n , and Mrs. Lcnnie Jen nings. Camden Personals Philip Morriselte. who is con nected v.ii.ii the Virginia Kiccirie Puw.t Company. in Suffolk, spent the \ v. end vvnh Ins par nts, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mo.'i isef .e of Cam den. Mrs. H. A. Morrisette and chil dren. Ciarence, Eiiv.abe h and Mary Eveiyn. oi Camden. and Mrs. 1 kin cl Shav/iioro. spent Sun day tn Hickory. Virginia, visiting '.Irs. MciTiscllc's sister, Mrs. Bes sie Slur ley. Mr. and Mis. C I-l IIu:;ung.s and Mrs. Laui t rlodse of Camden end \udicy t'tytne *v ?1 Be crc.;s .'pent Saturday in fiorf el: shopping. Miss Mary Teeter and h?r guests. Miss Sadie Marie Tayior. Emily E ir. tb. in 2v ruin. Edith Bynurf. ivh h Hol'.ovrli, Edna Ear! Rounivee. Tula Myu'c Lrary and Virginia Powell of Sunbury. spent Sunday m Nags Head. Ii h Pcr. onals Mr. and M.s.J. M. Wilhains and ?Id firth. Alma e.nd .Jninrs How ard. end l ane Co; of Beleross ptn -I nday in Norfolk visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams. Mr. and Mis. T. S. Robertson, if IVM>svi ited Mr. and Mrs. C. ! . Tai kmati n Sunda.v Mrs M.irgaiel Wii inm- of Bel ro s spent 1 la wet:. ml w it h her ' on, George II. Williams of Cc.m di n. Hawaiian Susar income Down ilcnuhilu. 'u.R Under Uncle Pa; ? a pr < nl 'gar ?p;ota system, Hawaii' average income from ?? ir i sl:oi,,i a '.u r.a e while, 11: i' < f ti e PliJippjiiP".. Puetro i i. Lfr.ti r.iiv. and Florida has ? cd. ac r :ditig to statistics :: i on;piicd. Cuba also has suf h?(.l a d-er. isc. the figures show Wore Prince Alberts In the "nifty nineties," most United S'atcs s. iters wore Prince Alb; "ts. The frock coat was a sym- i bul of staterinr.nrhip and a beard was the mark of a man of maturity and substance. Today's Radio Program I ! FRIDAY. APRIL 23. NBC WEAF RZS? NblWORK .7.30-- .lack Armstrong's Rketch?basic; n;45- l.itlle Orphan Annie 0 00 17IileaI>ii in llii- News 0:1." \< w,; I?;?11*\ MeKinley?east 0 :30? Press-Radio New Period o .no pt.,* , New., IVritnl 0:3.7- I m-i> K.iig Program 7 :OII? Aim s 'ii' Amly oast only 7.1.7 Curie K/ra Radio .Station 7 Taball. r. ? -chain, s ;00?Lueille .Manners r t<? c. 0:00?Waltzing by Abe Lytnan 0:30?r.nnt of Human Relation. 10 oo First Xiglile; linnet?to c 10:30?The Varsity Vdriciies?hIsii C 11.00* News; Piano Recital- east; Amos '? Andy ? repeat for went 11:0.7- lia?-K of the .>ew* - enw I 1 .1.7 Jean Said. n. Song Prog. 11 :30 it. I*iiiul, Jr.. and Oirh.-lM I if Mill l.inei; DeiR.se'i I >relies 12.30 Jerry Johnson Orclnntra CBc. VVAQC NETWUrfK .7 no 11.'i is Kerr, Song-*Msr 7:4.7?Wilderness R ?ad, Serial 0 oo 'lit.. 1.1.1/.ai - basic 0 1.7 Ruddy riaiI; F.mr Sum IS. 10- Press-Radio News Period 7:00 |Sh*I ic Mcli'lb* i n ? 0:1.7 I'relly Kitty Kelly skit -esat 7 :00 Poetic Me) alii*? e;:.st 7 :17- Ma and l*a. Serial lusic 7:30- Snip's by lloliacc Shaw 7.4.7- It.-akt Carters Comment, s .00 -Tiic Rroaduay Varieties S;30 ll .l Kemps Dance ? c to c S?:OU I lolly \v. mm I I Intel ?? lo c ! 0:110 ? Philadelphia Symphony I?? Itabe Killh. Ra<ohall to c. 11:00 <?//.ie NeUin Oreli baaie i I ::S0 Ki My Inn.'!.in Oreli Visic; An* n Weeks Orrh III id W. 12:00- (Ir.y Lomhardo Orchestra 12:30 I .."oil RelttsCoTt Oie|.e.-tr.l NBCAVJZ BLUE NETWORK .7:1.7 The Singing Lady?esM. .7:4.7? Old Homestead Sketch 0.00 : ru ; II. Iv.ee,. o?ch. 0:30?liens Radio News Period 0 . 1.7 -Lowell Thomas? east 1 no I nej- Sam at Work 7:1.7 lord R nd, Mario Cozzi 7 :30 I.iini ami Ahiier?casL 7:1.7 .le.di l?; Fn.v.n. Soprntta s :00 Iieiie Rich Prima - also coa*t s: l .7 Siitgiin Sam S mgs?basic s :30?Death Valley l?ays, Play !l:Oll All ,\ct?. Revue also coast !: 30 I le. ins Taylor's lTogi.nt |0:?io Jack Pearl Sharlii? to c. Ill .Mil 'I l.e Wbitlny Kitsemhle in 1.7- Hli/.a rhaibrt'.- Review, ? i mii Ne..s; ri.ie. a - S.mmi m.ny I" oo Itoli Cr?..-hy an i Orchesta 30 AM..ii: Itavel and Otehcstra WTAK A. M. i; 3d The Alarm I'loek Parade 7 llll- peoples MllMe.it 1'alelldur N llll Sje.I Vllllolllieelm 111 s :00 - Ksso ?Atra s 0.7?Safety Flash s oil Tun. Sennre Prog^m s:30 Petty and Roll V47 Ratty rncker !i :i??i sp Aiu.oiii:- n cut t'.ou I'liitii*1 i ?: Lie Air !?:!.*. II alth Drama 0 :30 S.mt Anie .in-et... lit ?iOU P.s Miller ilo||yw?<td Room Iter.;* a !?:.7I lie.*If0 Drain* ;n IIP One Mintl.e 'i'l:lllseripti'>n !?. ? I'ru'ram R-tinm in.03 i7.nr.rt Favorites loll S|H.t Ante itnivtm lit 10 1.7 Women m tin* New*?Winder U. Harris 10:30 S h/ Announcement I I ito?Mieual Ti lbiU 11 P.7?DN it-.|N?rtc-r 11:1.7 SjM.t Announcement 11:30?l ive .Minute Drama 1 1 :20 -Sin?t \niioiiiic??m.'iit 1 1 :3.7 ? Sjn?; Aiuioiiiie. ment 113.*?Voice ol tin* Weather?J. J. Murphy I 1:4.V?HiMit Announcement 12 :?!(??liadio Luncheon flub P. M. , . 12 :25- ?Ksso fcxtr* 12 23 Sput Ami<mneetttent 12:30 S|N)t Announcement I ;4.V ?S|H?t Announcement 1 .."?!! ?One Minute 'Tniiscriptian 3 43 Spit Aiuii'lliti'i liirlit 3:43? U.am&ti/.atiofi I .nil? hp it Announcement 4:4.%- Sp.it Announcement no?,S|>iit AiiiiouiKviiu'iit 3 (io?Norfolk Junior Symphony Orchi^tra ."i l l?line Minnie Transcription i; no?Sjait Announcement it oil?Smart Purchase* W. Triiit UmiH 0 :1.% -S|*?t Announcement it:l."??Aunt Jane's Satety Club It :3il Time Signal it 30 ? h?M> Kitra It .3"i ? Sjhi. Announcement 11:33- Moments <M M*dody it.3'? Spot Announcement (1.40? Sport* Ueview?Tom lUnea It 4 - I true He I shy - It.II IVrry 7 .00- -Spot Aniioiineyment 7:00?News lmJex?W. K. Debnan 7 :0.*?? lt.i.seli.ill Scores 7 10 Uhythm ou l'arade 7:1.% - Sandy Nerln*? Talk cf tbc Town" 7 :25? S|mt Annouiiceineiit 7 :23?K'klie JHichin'* iirolieatra 7 30 - Time Siiilial 7:43- -Sp t Announcement :? Oil S|M?t Aniioaiieeriiellt !?:3o Transcri'Mon lo Oil Time S: ? ?! 10 3o spit * ?? anient II on ?F 11 05? V >er 11 os. 12 .00?I JOiXn: ... Dog Birth Rrcords Asked Augusta. Me. (U.R)- -Dogs, as well as babies, would have birth cer tificates if the Maine legislature adopted a bill filed by Rep. Joy Dow. Jr. His measure would have dog owners file notice of birth with municipal assessors. I8FT CORNS Sore, 'Tender, Aching Feet (let Amazing Kclici' Get a bottle o' Moone's Emerald oil with the ? 'tiding that if it does not end to the pain and soreness * money will be promptly returned. Don't, worry about how long you've had it or how many other preparations you have tried. This powerful penetrating oil is one preparation that will help to make your painful achinp, ieet so healthy and free from corn and bunion soreness tha you'll be able to go anywheie anw do anything in absolute foot comfort. So marvelously powerful is J Moone's Emerald Oil that thou ands have found it gives wonder ful results in the treatment of dangerous swollen or varicose veins. Overman <fc Stevenson is selling lots of it. j// Through blazing heat... through blasting cold ... across high mountains . ; . across . level plains . . . this Chevrolet half-ton truck rolled up I- <!?<'-amazing new records ikMBW jSP Study this unequaled record ? then buy CHEVROLET TRUCKS Location of Test. . 'Round the Nation ?Detroit to Detroit Distance Traveled 10,244.8 Miles Gasoline Used 493.8 Gallons Oil Consumed 7.5 C trts Water Used 1 (-.s-art Gasoline Cost $101.00 Gasoline Mileage 20.74 Miles per Gallon Average Speed 31.18 Miles per Hour Running Time 328 Hours, 31 Minutes Cost per Vehicle Mile ? $.0098 Average Oil Mileage 1,365.9 Miles per Qr. These records have been certified by Hie A. A. A. Contest Board as being officially correct. CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. Central Motor* Salt* Corporation. DETROIT, MICH. Central Motor* Installment Plan?monthly payment* to *uil your pur**. PERRY MOTOR CO., Inc. <!orn<*r K!iz;i'?otli aiul Mini ill Slm'ls Mii/nluili iiity, IN. C.