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■ociAL atNmia* twin ran. • I Tour branches think to tana of layer* * ed rocks Wherein your roots dig down or of those lean. Lung bars of cloud at dusk which your green shocks Os porcupine- so frequently have seen. Twin trunks from one; repttlUan limbs that toil—- To join or part them? Or do they insist On some dream pattern that the sea sons foil? * f yu Whst may attain that this fnabv tion missed? Alive with wind that grows a port of you. You press ngalnat the hill through rain ad draught A tunig frok the ground la Ustsntng to; One some capricious age has ham mered out. Yet winds were not what warped you: light Ls stronger: Winds never twist a tree as does light-hunger. —lsrael Newman. ( Koir Practice Members of the M. E. church choir are urged to attend choir practice to il ght in the church at 7:30 o’clock. Returns U«ae Mis.- Kilty Allen has returned to the city afur spending a week in Ra leigh with friends. icasea far New Baca. L M. Hart, of New York City, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. W. W. Dunn on Montgomery street, left yesterday for New Bern. Child 111. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H Wilson is ill with pneumonia at their borne on Montgomery street, it was learned today. Choir Rehearsal. Then- will he a rehearsal of the rhoir of Ihe First Baptist church held in the church this evening at 7:30 or luck. Heate From Hospital. Russell Par.iaro was removed to his home yesterday from Maria Parham hospital where he has been confined for the past month after undergoing an operation for appendicitis. Shaw PhUatheas To Meet The Shaw I'hllathea class of the First Baptist church will hold ft* re gular monthly meeting Monday, Jan uary 11. with Mrs. E. B. WUkeraon on Chestnut street, with Mrs. J. F. Mills. Mrs. Roy Tipgggt and Mrs. W. H. Hester, as joint^^w teases. Charlotte Wedding Os Interest Here Cards reading as follows ha ire been received by relatives and friends here: ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Claiborne , announce the marriage of their sla- W. Bettivanu liarton. to Mr. Wade Ranury, Thursday. January' seventh, nineteen hundred and thirty-two, Charlotte. North Caroline. ‘At home, after January fifteaiitli. ikw East Fourth street. Charlotte, N. **’ - .• •*» V " > Mr. Claiborne is a brertbfcr'W g. this city. and of the coufefaJherc and will he interested in the nuptiiuialmo'ance nient. Mtthtnl f reduce yur family “Calds-Tax"—«a« tkc Vick R«a far Batter M Cantral-af-Cal«a«* !n jwar HmMc. Dr. John Dewey Hawkins Itental Surgeon Painless Df|let-*: Haitci* Building IIH llornt-r Street I'clephone 535 Stevenson I thiidrei, l*c; Adults Ssc Today Only “Heartbreak” —With CHAS. FARRELL MADGEEVANS —Added: Travelogue Rl Pley: ‘’Believe it or Not.” —And— Comedies * , "* , r auspices of urysa club, * ‘re>li3 t. rian church, Henderson rOMOHIIOW Ken Maynard —IN— ‘ RANGE LAW” Also ! " J Chapter of “Battling with Buffalo BIU* * "'iiing: Monday and Tuesday . jean harlon —IN— PLATINUM BLONDS" . ' — — -voir ’S' SOCI ET Y NE Y S *JT. Lipstick By* EDNA ROBB WEBSTER \AIM!L OeautuW'X ? 1 Autfiorof PAP’S CIRC "JORETTA' and "LOVE PREFERRED* I read tuiu rijusi. t Marcia Moyar, in the cosmetics de ' o/ the largest store in Mitchelfield. teas given the fob be- Cdnse of her beauty, but through her ability and interest, advances to buyer. She helps her mother with the support of five children, but dreams of the day it he it she can leave home. ** fda t corld and Anti romance. led Stanton, a young mechanic ttho mans to have his oten business some <tuy.,has been in love ttilh Marcia a/I her lire, but she docs not think of Ted tike that, though she is fond of him. The president of a Xeic York cosmetics company, comes to Hitchrt firtd end notices Marcia'o sales meth ods. She is called to the manager's office where she meets Percy Du Mott, trho asks her if she ,could like to traiet end demonstrate their products all over the countru ft is her Mg opportunity to escape from the town tchieh no one knows exists except the few thousand people who live there btes. Moyer reluctantly consents to the change for Marcia, and Ted is ocieved to lose her. but Marcia makes ioyfnl preparations for her departure Marcia dines at the hotel with DuMott before he returns to Xc,r York .Many parties are given in her honor. On her last evening at home. Ted takes her out to Paradise fun for dinner and pleads with her not to go away, fie takes her to her train the tir\rf evening, hoiccvcr, and leaves her tcq\ the memory ot his first kiss rn fardftell. Her first night <w a r«/fma>r ear is the tfrst thrilling erpetience of her adventure. txovr go ox iv itu Tin: sror.Y) CHAPTER II 1 ARRIVKD at last! Mr. Pappe had given Marcia the name of a good and reasonably priced hotel. She selected h«r baggage for a red cap, and fol lowed him down the lons platform to a taxicab. The long pauses in the iraffle jams thrilled her. The hotel lobby impressed her. Mr. Pappe had referred to it as plain, but good. Marcia thought that it was palatial. Her hand trembled when she signet! her name and turning abruptly to follow the bellhop across the lobby, she almost crashed Into a mirrored panel that her confused eyes failed to focognizc as a wall. She flushed scarlet with vexation, and did not dare to glance around to ascertain how many had witnessed her stupidity. The elevator shot up to the eighteenth floor, by successive degrees. She was the last passenger. It occurred to her then, even in her confusion, that the lowest priced , . rootns jefe OD thp top, doors of city hotels. And' she resolved Tbit some 1 day she would step off at the lower floors, even the second. The boy preceded her Into the room, turning on all tbr lights: the ceiling, the writing table and eveo lh€ bash room lights—although it was early ■horning and the sun was streaming through .the chintz-curtained wUtdo#?" That, he opened with-a hospitable gesture, as if h 4 were bestow ing upon her all the breezes of Lake Michigan, Itafcia had a quarter ready in her band, but by the time be had returned to the door and obsequiously hAnded her the key.'she hastily opened tier purse and produced a half dsllar. The l»oy took it gravely, bowed and de- Outside in the corridor, he pocketed the flfty-cent piece and; smiled to himself. A four-dollar room ami,* flfty-ceot tip—first visit in the city—she would learn. But that -wasn't his grief. He couldn't offer her change, could he? Again. Marcia inspected b« r sur roundings. They were only tem porary. but very pleasant. Then, tt occurred to her that-from now on. ail her surroundings would be temporary. She smiled at her reflection in the mirror. The take-off hail pot been so bad, she reflected, she was off for a lapg lest flight into hie. with careful prep aration and 'weather. A solo* flight, until—her - brooding e> *s Halted suddenly Until ‘ ■ r- i L \ Regular Meeting of Clark Street P. T. A. Held Here Last Wednesday Afternoon The Clark Street Parent-Teacher' Association met Wednesday, dt 3:30 o’clock with the president. Mrs. M. C. Miles, presiding. . The attendance was good. The der votiooals were in,charge of'Dr. H. A l . Ellis, pastor of the First Baptist church. He read 103rd Psalm after which be made a splendid talk on God's great love for children. The prpgram was in charge of Mrs. ETTA KETT Wanted—A Man of Letters! —By V AUI* KUBIWSUW I'D GWE ANNTHIKG'TO Knovl r* hecx-ThAiO A e f ytLL vhaul'Tm MN ? CAn letter our OP THAT ORWHTOU ONER «r; igiHDOYt OP ms o'.D I //% WT \ fix all ** othv-r <XOJ \ \e-STERDAS TMETLL. IN THAT NAiiQ- MANSION OceSMr l fksV C (rZ<A \ TOO/ SO THiJ (~ NOT Get ANN MOGt C/\USe: I'UG GOT TO ‘ K» AS IP ANYO'fe / Iff! SOSLjViA V4HE.RG. TVta »0«6. m ig* oet that—t 1 is i notethcp HflNDnWOfl, XK.- C.J DAILY OIBFATCH, FRIDAY, - JANUARY “8; 1832 VK.IV I tea . ' , ’ *.'’A W ' * V- <■ V. . .JkJft ;y “Aft ready to go to work 7’’ Mr. Hdley aak*d, pleasantly. she "found the man w rrl» wltout niiv waited to share the adventure. But ; s h e preferred to go alone for nwhile, with the control in her hands, and meeting the problems which con fronted her, single-handed, to experi ence the power of achievement. Marcia 'dressed carefully before she went to the district office to see Mr. Haley. She lost no time, anxious to plunge int« new adventure. The ex pi*&< elevator reached the thirty flftb floor of the office building in one violent leap, that left her wondering if all of her had reached that heflrh!. or if only her dizzy head bad. Hav ing assured herself that a beige suit and shoes, antelope purse, and egg shell satin blouse were all intact, she followed th* arrow signs through a labyrinth of corridors 'until she lo cated number .thirty-five sixty-eight. There la was—the familiar name actually confronting hsr after the loqg sequence of strange events and # W* l - Trodun gave her courage. She drew a Tong breath and turned the door hand'c bravely. i The f girl whose desk was marker) "Information" was not convincing in her appearance. Moreover, she looked and acted as if she would not h» very . generous with what information she did possess. Marcia smiled. “Qood morning." and added, "Miss Moyer to se* Mr HAley.t; “Sorry, blit Mr Hairy is tn confer ence '.now.'' tfroned the girl as If she were reciting a formula. "Would anyone else do?” “Wtf>. I--I don't know anyone else." Marcia hesitated. - TBtrf.ttrl .tnapri ted _he|- from head to toe. critically. "Was Mr. Haley ex pecting you?” ‘"Oh. yeh. is. I hid no defi nite appointment. But Mr. puMott told me—" "Oh." interrupted information, "Are you the new demonstrator? Well, why didn't you say so? Just a min ute.” She inserted a plug at the switekbpard. "Tell Mr. Haley the new demonstrator. Miajs—er—" she turned toward Marcia languidly. "Mp; cr.T stipph-id Marcia. "Mia* Meyer : is here. l*ors he want to see her now?" a pause “Yeah, all right. He Will‘see you now," she turned to liaa ,i x "First door to Hie i • . » ' S C. M. Cooper, Jr.. Mrs. Clarence Green sang 'two lovely solos in her usual charming manner. She was accom panted by Misa Dorothy Jones. A play let, "The New Tear," was given by twelve children, representing the months of the year and was very, much enjoyed. UHt Francis Woodlief gave ajviolin solo/ accompqpled by Miss Jqnes. The next pa the program was a tap dance IcfL" and tliereby dismissed all je i -sponsil^ilUy. Mnrviu wundered what had hap- I pened to the previously mentioned conference, not lielng accustomed to the-evasive form replies of city of fices. A pleasant arirj uaet her at the ■ door. ' j "Mias Moyer? I'm Mlap ratton. Mr. i Haley will see you nswA Marcia liked her. and reflected momentarily that it was obvious why these lwo girls held ■ their respective i>o»itiop«, with Miss Patton's private salary probably double that of fnformation’s. Mr. Haley was very frjfcmJiy. H* Jid n6t look like • tnaq associated with beauty cemneticS. A ruddy out of-door complexion and a pleasant, matter-of-fact manner. i‘He appraised Marcia with a quick.* business-like glance, and was qu(tq obviously pleused at what fie saw. “I hadn’t expected quite so roon. Miss Moyer. • Just get In?" ' ®.»t 'loir' much ttae: ; I can see that DuMott was right. He Mold me he bad made a 'find.' All [ready to go to wortt?" ' I "I think so." a/ntieil Marcia. He was snihvsiastic hver her try out Marcia declared 16 herself thin the test was fhr more difficult with Mr. Haley for> an audience, than a hundred strange wometf would-have been. Then they drove through the street canyons of towering bufidlage to a department store that seemed ta Marcia as Wg as all Mitchelfleld. There, in a department previously ar ranged near the entrance to the ladles’ lounge, she made her debut aa’ a demonstrator of beauty accessories, tt proved to be caticr (ban she had ; anticipated, and the sales of tbe day astonished her. , At Haley’s suggestion, she returned to the hotel early, to find that she was very tired. ' The Strait) es the day and the restless night, combined with the excitement, added to a Weary total. The next day was better, and the third day found her quite as con fident as if she were still just a clerk at Pappe a. j There were letters, handed to Mar- ! cia < hat night with her key, by the matronly eighteenth floor clerk, who was brightly interested i.t iter g».«**■, and ready to iaih at tl'.e slightest en couragement. . There were compensations. e\ en for 1 ilieinc an eighteenth floor You by Miss Jessie Roth Stewart. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasurer's ■ report showed a balance of 580.71 on nand. Reports from the various commit tees were heard. The personal service chairman reported work done, for needy familes. There were six bushel baskets of groceries and the like sent out Christmas. Forty-five people were . reached in this way. There are seven t teen children in school being furnish-1 ed milk and several children given t lunches,, she said. The third grade A. Mrs. Cooper, teacher, won first attendance prize' —— 7-r AjbOClATlyli, INC. ■ %mia*ea the intimate service to ceieb wealthk*r *ue»t» of the Vrtabilahrneot, and their tipe. but you • mdro confidence, and dared to i tfr^ u , mor * leading queottona. The rueot# of the lower floors were likely to be less communicative, aloof, con descending. Quests on the eighteenth . floor were, more often, friendly, eager for pleasant words, impulsive with confidences; which was balm to this particular room clerk's lonely exist ence. Handing letters to ; £:ores of strangere- kveff day in the year had not diminished her curiosity re garding their contents. "Two letters, dearie. Both with the • same post mark. From home. I sus pect." Her pleasant Inquisitiveness rc th (Tided Marcia fleet in gly of Anna tVheelcr in the post office at home, whd w Ished. when she sorted the mptl into their respective pigeonholes, thet her duties required an X-ray in spection of the contents- Marble examined her letters. ’‘^e»—yes. they, are from home." she affirmed, betraying her owns eagerncssiand delight. < , i "Always nice to hear frobi home, no tnaßTn yhcrfe you. are,” .was thy pleasant comment. t r t. / , "Oh. yes. Well, these art‘the first letters I ever bed from home." confi dentially. "because J’ve never been away before." r "is that so? Then, you will be getting homesick, like as not" ' "I hope not," laughed Marcia, hurrying away to her room, aoxjou* to open the letters. ■ > One was from Ted, addressed In his large, careless scrawl; the other from Alutnsy. She. almost had to de cide by the childish elimination formula which one to open first, but her mothers seemed more impei-a- • five. It promised news oT them a|L The promise was fulfilled, but thera was little news. It was Ted’s tetter that brimmed over witn youthful ex citement and event*. Luck bad dropped right out of the sky for Mm the very dky after she left, he wrote. Not that her departure was any luck. He missed her woefully. But he was glad something had happened to take his mind from his lonellftesa. It bed. An airplane had made a forced land ing that night across the river In oM man Schmidt’s pasture. Just missed -the fonce. They had called the ga rage for a firsV-clasa mechanic. Was there anyone in town who knew about airplanes? > And was lie glad he had taken that night course on airplane motors! Well, he had been at Moyer s with D*vey, when they telephoned for him. So he took Vivian and Dave alpnt with him to the scene. Dave wanted the story, and VI was all cited over the'crash. Anything that happened in Mitchelfleld was excit ing. it developed that Ted had repaired the damage so satisfactorily tl»t ths fellow wanted to take him on for a mechanic. But Ted was not keen about it, risking bin life for mofls money. He might think, about 'it. though If it meant going Into busi ness sooner and building the buillia low—he might consider It. Felldw named Cam pea u, odd name, Edgdna Campeau; black-eyed, French-look- Jtig. Be was flying from Chicago to it Ixiuia "I don't think It was just because he wanted me for a mechanic, either,*: Ted scribbled on. "He wonted an excusd to drop down on Mttclrel-i -Held again. That gtfy fell twice ip one night what I mean. When he saw VI, he almost forgot he had an airplane. Now, ain't that somet*iJn'7 Our little VI picked right off the earth by a soaring eagle. He stayed hi the Prairie Inn that night and called her up the next day before he left Said he would be seeln’ her again." j Marcia, launched into the world. * and already feeling the confidence of the buoyant sustaining waves, cx>- perlepced a moment of vague anxiety tor he,- little sister. Why had things begun to happen sc fast lost when she nab gone away ana could nut look af«*r Vivian? (TO BE Uf).‘ riXUISD) I * and the second to 6-A, Miss Moore: | teacher. » i Kittrell Ladies Aid Officers Are Named Wednesday By BUSY SMITH, j The Ladies' Aid Society of tbe Kit t trell Methodist church, held its re [ gular monthly meeting on Wednesday ; afternoon, with Its president, Mr*. R 'E. Pittman, at her home, at thf Reception For New Pastor of Christian Church Given Here On Tuesday Evening. « The reception at the First Christian church on Tuesday evening of this ! week to welcome the new pastor and his family into this community was a veiy delightful occasion. A splendid program, sponsored by the ladies of ths churen, was rsnderad. Special songs and music featured *h>« program which was enjoyed by the large congregation of friends and members of the church present Words of welcome were extended by some one from every department of the ] church activities. A social hour followed and delicious refreshments served during this part of the program. Stunts were done by the deacons as they were unexpectedly called upon to sing, tell a story or do some act As a final act, the minister was called before the audience and handed a ball of twine and told to follow where the thread might lead him. He was also tokl that the trail might lead to the rainbow’s end and the finding of a pot of gold. Unwilling to travel there alone, the minister re quested his wife to lead the way. Thinking they were doing & stunt for the amusement of the audience, they started upon an unknown Journey, the thread of yarn led from room to room till at last, upon entering one of the Sunday school room, they discovered that the twine was fastened to a large table, over which a bright, beautiful rainbow the, end of which rested Up on the taable, before which was laden with such food as flour, meal, BUgar, coffee, lard, potatoes, eggs, milk, can ned fruits and many other articles or Mctbodbt Parsonage. The meeting was opened with a .song, “Somebody Did a Golden Deed.” followed by prayer, led by Rev. Mr. Pittman. Song, “Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart." Scripture, Matt. 5:1-12, responsively. Mrs. H. A. Woodlief, secretary and treasurer, called the roll and read the minutes of last meeting. Mrs. Woodiief also gave a report of ] the past years work. This report show , ed that the society has done excep ; tionally well during the past y«ar. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Miss Phyllis Smith; vice-president, Mr*. E. R. Woodlief; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Woodlief. Following the business session Bible Study, of the first eighteen chapters of Numbers, was held. The meeting was cioged with prayer, led by Mrs. Pittman. After the meeting, the hostess served delicious refreshments. Those enjoying Mrs. Pittman’s hos pitality were: Rev. R. E. Pittman. Mesdames H. A. Woodlief, J. E. Smith. E. R. Woodlief, A. J. Smith, and" V. V. Hester. Misses Florlne. Phyllis and Ruby Smith. 1 GOOD SHOES j | Bargain Prices j ; Ladies' shoes that sold for +5.50 to +7.00 are now priced £1.95 to +4.95. | Tlinc .m give even sere >I. I III. en J eervke. X (Brown and black suede and Calfskin and reptile suede kid. both in one material and kid in tiie colors of X and combinations. today. Walking heels. a I ■ Boys long wearing shoes with leather and rubber heels. ~ Boys’ Scout Shoes I Inventory Sale of Hosiery # 5 * All shades and sizes in odd lots at reduced prices. W j E. G. Davis & Sons Co. | | Henderson, N. C. f| ' ’ n . i-Ta it* nADivicAM PAGE FIVE gi y. rauMß ; ■oazxmg j AHHOPMOMmna j food ffor the pantry AH of this umm*- meant for the parsonage and to ba ’ . confused by the minister and his fam- * ■ ily. This was an old fashioned pound* Ing and the job was well don*. Last week as we were leaving 'Reiga* V * vllle, where during th* post seven Fears we had made many friends, our * hearts were sad because of the sev- ' erance of ties most tender. With a feeliHg that wb were leaving oup friends to go among strangers, ‘« , " r traveled toward our new home . • *.« We are finding Henderson a good place to live. The climate Is ideal, th* ‘ citizens friendly. All of whom we have met have impressed us that we ax* - in a delightful location. * • Our people of the Christian churchC'* are people of a large vision and ready . and willing to work. We face the '» future task with them and the pea*». pie of Henderson who desire the ex- », tension ot the Kingdom of Christ. With renewed strength and our vision enlarged, we no longer feel that we *■* are among strangers but In the midst' of friends. "J Very sincerely, R A. WHITTEN, Pastor * I '~ ■ * SPECIAL This Week Dr. Weil Tooth Paste Safely removes stains that hide the natural heauty of the teeth. Two 2.M* OO tubes for *#*fC PARKER’S Drug Store The Eexali Store.