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FARMERS DISCUSS OUTLOOKFOR YEAR Farm Men And Women Meet With County And District Agents Today ABOUT FIFTY ATTEND Joint Smlon Held This Morning While In Afternoon Men And Women Hold Individ ual Meetings About fifty or more farm men and women of Vance county were today meeting with the county farm and home demonstration agents and dis trict agents here to discuss the out look for the coming year. The initial meeting was held in the courtroom at the county courthouse beginning shortly after ten o’clock this morn ing and attendance was reported to be fifty or more. This morning ses sipn was ended shortly after noon and individual meetings of men and women were scheduled for the after noon. At the session this morning Mrs Cornelia Morris and B. Troy guson. district agents, were the prin cipal speakers. Both of them spoke to the farm men and women regard ing the outlook for the year and the meeting was opened for discussion. A number of charts were used b> the two agents in illustrating point: of their addresses during the mom ing. ’•^l At two o’clock this afternoon th< Vance county farm women met in th< Terry Memorial Library here for ar. individual meeting while the men convened at the courthouse again The district agents were to appear be fore them again, but the afternoon sessions were supposed to be more of a general discussion of the pros pects for the year than a meeting for the purpose of hearing individual addresses. The outlook meeting were arranged by J. W. Sanders county farm agent and Mrs. Hattie F. Plummer, home demonstration agent, and were fol lowup meetings for the one recently held in Durham for the agents ol this district. CIRCUIiM LIBRARY INCREASED More Volumes Loaned To Readers During January Than In Previous Year An increase in circulation of book? at the Perry Memorial Übrary here was* noted in the report for January, issued by Miss Mary Louise Mac- Dearman. librarian today. An in crease of 109 volumes in circulation was noted at the Perry library while at the Dunbar branch the circulation increases 132 for the month over lasi January. The total circulation at the Perry library was reported at 4824 for January of this year against 4715 last January. The Dunbar branch circulation was reported at T 47 it. January against 615 last year. Active membership at the library nt present stand as 3370. of thest 2256 being adults and 114 juveniles The membership of the Dunbai branch is reported at 872. of these C 27 being adults and 645 juveniles A total of 76 new members were add ed during the month against 5* names withdrawn for the period. At the Dunbar branch 31 new readers i were added. Sixtv-two new volumes were added to the shelves of the library for Jan uary. while 11 volumes were added at the Dunbar branch. Average daily circulation of the Perry library was rported at 193. with 27 percent of the books loaned being non-fiction. The total circulation of both libraries was 5.571. for the 25 days the library remaind open dur ing he month of January. The gaining of reputation is but the revealing of our virtue and worth to the best advantage. 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE 666 liquid or TnhleU used internally and 666 Salve externally, make a com plete and effective treatment for Cold Most Speedy Kemedies Known SALE OF REAL ESTATE By authority contained in a ccrtalt Deed of Trust executed by Warren Abbott on the 2nd day of December 1922 and recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County, North Carolina in Book 117 at Page 55; default having been made In the payment of the no»e therein secured and at the request of the holder of the same. I shall sell for cash, by public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Court House door In Hender son. North Carolina, on Tuesday the 16th day of February, 1932 at 1? o’clock noon, for the satisfaction of the said indebtedness, the following described property: If Is tua> it act of land containing sixty three acres in Sandy Creek Township, Vance County, North Caro lina, and is bounded by the lande of the Milford Road, Parham and others and being the same parcel of land this day conveyed to the party of the first part by S. S. Parham. W. B. Parham and Alma J. Parham his wife by deed of even date herewith, which said deed Is filed contemporaneously here with for record. Reference is here by made to said deed for description of said lands by metes and bounds. Henderson. N. C., Jan. 15th., 1982. EDISON T. HICKS, Tnates, J. H. Bridgers Appointed Counsel For Closed Bank Henderson Attorney Will Act For First National Receiv-; ership In All Legal Matters; Is Appointed By Comptroller of Currency at Washington J. H. Bridgers. Henderson attorney, has been luppointed by ,the comp troller of currency of the federal gov ernment os attorney for the closed First National Bank of this city, It was announced here this morning by R. (J. Harrison, receiver for the bank organization. The appointment of legal counsel for the bank organiza tion is .another step towards liquida tion of the assets of the organization and this appointment is made in the national capital by the federal of ficial. Mr. Bridgers will in charge of all legal matters regaming the bank receivership here. He wnl immediate ly begin his duties and will be ac ively associated with Mr. Harrison Many Os Best Books Are Now On Shelves Os Perry Memorial Library Here Recently a list of books of 1931 was ompiled by Elizabeth R. Bevier, nembet of EditorialJStaff of one of the eading publishers and lecturers on took sefcction A list of this kind Is always interesting. This particular :tst is classified making it mote worth while. In a small library it is Impossible to buy all the books . are' pub lished or eve n recommended f&r ptir hase by experts. The patrons of the library will i»e Interested In seeing which books given on this list of books of 1931 the library had on Ks ihelves. The following are now on the shelves ">f the library; Novels of Permanent Value The Good Earth. Pearl Buck. Shadows on the Rock, Wills Cather. Maid in Wafting, John Galsworthy. All Passion Spent, Virginia Sack vtile-West. Wild Ordhld, Sigrid Undset. Thought-Provoking Novels For a Wide Audience Westward Passage, Margaret Ayer Barnes. John Henry, Roark Bradford. HaAter’s Castle, A. J. Cronin. Broome Stages, Clemence Dane. F.nch’s Fortune. Maza de la Roche. Father. Elizabeth. American Beauty, Edna Ferber. Basque People, Dorothy Canfield Fisher. Ambios HoR and Family, Susan Gl&spell. August. Knut Hamson. Return I Dare Not Margaret Ken nedyy. Sparks Fly Upward. Oliver La Farge. The Edwardians. Virginia Sapkville- West. The’ Almond Tree, Grace Zaring stone. Portraß by Caroline, Slyvia Thomp «n. Judith Paris. Hugh Walpole. For a Restricted Audience Morning Tide, Neil M. Gunn. Father Malachi’s Miracle, Bruce Marshall. Rachel Moon, Lorna Rea. The Waves. Virginia Woolf. The Modern World Civilization: Man’s Own Show, Red Bread, Maurice Hindus. New Russia’s Primer, M. Ilin. Biography My Father, Mark Twain, Clara Cle mens. Men of Art, Thomas Craven. Adventures In Genius. Will Durant. George Washington, Bernard Fay. Companions on tho Trail. Hamlin Garland. Life of Sheridan Joseph Herges heimer. John Mistletoe. Christopher Moriey. Mere Marie of the Ursuiines, Agnes Repplier. Shaw-Terry Letters, George Bernard Shaw. Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, Lincoln Steffens. Portraits in Miniature, Lytton Stra chey. Newton D Baker, Frederic Palmer. America Past Aud Present Epic of America, James Trualow Adams. Only Yesterday, Frederick L. Allen. Ho ah Numskull DC*AR NOAH - »F -TOO CAMPPOft A CAN OS LYE, AN© IT SDLPHD* Ftv* 300A CLERK. <SKT Sodium smart you WOOL© CALL *TH* MAMAfiW? , mrm Bgiwt-w, mj l-t a ohvq OSAR. NOAM* WHEN 9CN NOR WAS rn A RACE, VWAS IT PoUTi For B»N "TO o*o IN FRONT OF MOK T Benliwamtjßjwla Biapofrlj in straightening out the affairs of the bank organization during the li quidation period. Mr. Harrison has been in this city several weeks, having relieved the National Bank Examiner who was sent to this city to examine the books of the bank before a receiver was appointed. He is still working on the bank affairs but has made no state ment regarding progress being made. Some statement from him regarding the condition of the bank’s affairs may be made In the next few days. His announcement of the appoint ment of Mr. Bridgers today, was the first public statement he has issued since he assumed the position as re ceiver for the First National here. Forty-Niners, Archer Butler Hulbert. Other lands Mexico, Stuart Chase. Green Hell, Julian Duguid. Theatre Street. T. Karsavina. Poetry Fatal Interview, Edna St. Vincent Millay. American Poetry from the Beglnn- Choosey leople like the way they Taste.. aii d drin out . V^ : of tobaccdi. that combi ftea ; the h»t because there's never any attempt to skimp this paper; It burns without any taste on Turkish leaf. odor of its own. A detail, of course. But These more expensive:... more richly fla- adds immejuurably lo your enjoyment. ® Listen in... Hear the < !liesterf»c|d Radio J’rnjiimi. f Nat ShiiLxel'a brilliant orclirntra and Ale* (,rav, !*°l* baritone. Every nielli, except Sunday ... Mini . 7t^S3Zfo nlng to Whitman) Louis Uniterm eyet. * Those not yot■'Secured for the lib rary are: \ Novels of PerauuMMi Value The Cora King and the Spring Queen, Naomi iMitchlson. Thought-Provoking Novels For a Wide Audience S. S. San Pedro. James Gould Coz sens. .? Unfinished Business, John Erakjnc. Swan Spray t Sheila Kaye-Smlth. Albert Grope,’ F. O. Mann. In Kruaack’s House, Thames Wil liamson. For a Restricted Audience The Colonel’s Daughter, Richard Aldington. * Opening of a Door, George Davis. The Grasshopper Come, David Gar nett. The Past Recaptured, Marcel Proust. A Calendar of Sin, Evelyn Scott. The Modern World Christians Only. Heywood Broun and George Britt. The Stars in Their Courses, Sdr James Jeans. America Weighs Her Gold, James Harvey Rogers. The Scientific Outlook, Bertrand Russell. England's Crisis, Andre Siegfried. Biography Living My Life,' Emma Goldman. Wellington, Philip Guedalla. Schliemann, Emil Ludwig. Theodore Roosevelt, Henry F. Pringle. The York Road, Llzetta Woodworth Reese. The Great Physician < Edith Glttlngs Rcld. America Past And Present Portrait of an American, Robert P. Tristram Coffin. Crowded Years. William Gibbs Mc- Adoo. My United States, Frederic J. Stim son. Other Lands America Hlspana, Waldo Frank. Africa View, Julian Huxley. Trails to Inmost Asia, George N. i Roerloh. | Jungle Ways. William B. Seabrook. Film Promotion ? | |||k ife i, y y yaßnwm a Emanuel Cohen, above, who has been associated with the produc tion activities of the Paramount Pubiix corporation, in New York ’City, has been elected a directoi of the company and a vice presi dent, company officials have an nounced. Cohen has been with Paramount five years. Poetry Free Wheeling. Orden Nash. Death and Taxes, Dorothy Parker. Matthias at the Door, Edwin Arling ton Robinson. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1932 JOINT MEETING OF M CLUBS HERE Confidence Meeting Will Be f Held At First Methodist Church Tonight ADDRESSES PLANNED Mayor Irvine B. Watkins and J. C. KUtrell Will Be Principal Speak ers For Session Tonight Henderson's three' civic clubs, the Rotary, Kiwants and Lions will gather tonight for a dinner meeting at the First Methodist church at 6:30 o’clock in a joint session for the purpose of discussing plans and mak ing efforts to improve confidence in Henderson and local enterprises. The session is to take the form of a con fidence meeting with several ad dresses scheduled to be heard. The entire memhawhip of the three clubs is expected to be present, making a total of more than eighty persons. Principal addresses of the evening will be made by Mayor Irvine B. Wat kins and J. C. Kittrell, Kiwanis dis trict official. After their talks it Is probable that the session will be thrown open for general remarks from any and all persons present. M. J. O’Nell will act as toastmaster for the occasion and will preside over the meeting. The detailed program for the ses sion has been announced as follows: "America,’’ sung by entire audience. Invocation by Dr. H. A.' Ellis. . Pep Songs led by'Dr. I. HI Hoyle, J. C. Gardner and Robert Bunn. Dinner to be served by the ladies of the First Methodist church. Address by Mayor Irvine B. Wat kins. Address by J. C. Kittrell. Round table discussion by mem- bars of three clubs • “Star Spangled Banner" entire audience. ’ ""“t W Benediction. Deed Recorded. In a deed recorded | n the register of deeds h*r j** B unn. trustee fo *£**• m. Perry, sold to Edward property on Garnett street si deration of J 1.650. ° r 1 Warns America^ Willys Peck is the United Staler , consul at Nanking. He warned the 200 American residents of the recent Chinese capital to be ready to evacuate within two hours’ no tice. Bombing of the city by Jap anese warships increased appre hension throughout th.* citv.