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ELEMENTAL.
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Tb# Lan*"" <Brooklyn »
_ .k* looks of sun-buriml fisher
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in littl* b*mkt* by tlfc sea;
sincere without the
nJd convent-flallty.
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out »b»r#
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meet
pt«jn. hnaiT 1 *" 1 ‘lothes. and simple
kindly hearts,
S„ (Sought for swift winged pro grew
no desire
For speedy transportation... humble
parts
\rf played around h blazing sea coal
fire.
Where minds are free- and thoughts
are not disguised.
Where me n are Spartan and un
civilized.
Uona To Meet.
The regular meeting of the I Jons
Club will be held tonight in the
Croatan Club roomr at 7 o’clock it
was announced today.
Little Bay Very 111.
Bobby Jones, small son of Mr nnd
Hr* Osborne Jones, is very ill at
Mans Parham hospital, it was learned
lodav.
Return Irani Philadelphia,
jlr. and Mrs. T. G. Horner have re
turned from Philadelphia, where Mrs.
Horner has bean undergoing treat
ment aet a hospital.
Gtrto’ Friendly To Meet.
The Girls Friendly Society will
meet Tuesday evening at 7 50 o'clock
m ihe Parish Hous® All members are
jffni to be present.
Birth Announced
Mr and Mrs. T A. England an
-ounce the birth of a son at Mario
Parham hospital on Wednesday morn-
T
Ktum (a Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Knowles have re
turned to their home in Richmond.
Va. after spending a few days in the
city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Allison Cooper.
Soroste Club Ta Meat.
The Sorolsis eiub will meet Friday
ahernoon at four o’clock with Mrs.
T H. Crowder on Chestnut street.
Members are asked to note the change
in date of this meeting, which ap
plies to this particular meeting only.
To Ohw Lecture.
The “Psychotogy of the Realistic
Novel ’ will be the subject of the lec
lure to be given at the H. Leslie Per
ry Memorial Library tomorrow aft
ernoon at 3:30 o’clock by Dr. English
Bagby. of Chapel Hill. This will be
ibe Last of a series of lectures that
Dr Bagby has given in the city to the
members of the Lecture Club.
Pro grass at Zeb Vance.
An interesting program is promised
for tomorrow evening at Zeb Vance
high school when the school's ath
letic association will present DeCasho.
ihe well known magician, and also
Burk Gilbert, guitar expert and "sing
ing fool ’ of WPTF. Raleigh. The pro
fit" will begin at 7 30 p. m. The
proceeds will go to the athletic fund
<f Zeb Vance high school.
M. P. Philathews To Meed.
The Methodist Protestant Phi lathee,
class will hold its regular business
meeting tomorrow night at 8 o’clock
in the Sunday school rooms of the
M P. church. At this meeting, the
clans will have as its guests the mem
bers of the M. E. Phllathea class. All
members are urged to be present. Re-,
frenhments appropriate to the oc
ras.on will be served.
Henderson Girls
Make Good Marks
For School Year
Two Hendereon young women, stu
ents at North Carolina College for
omen at Greensboro, will be among
students of the school who will be
Snored at a formal reception at the
•ollege on Saturday afternoon, it waa
•“arned here today. These young wo
men hav * made an exceptionally high
•landing during the term Just com
pleted at N. C. C. W. and are being
Ignored by the other stiitffcnts for
scholastic accomplishments.
, tWo Henderson young women
p”* Misses Margaret Church a#ld
n *»*y Rose Jones.
est End Baptist -
Missionary Group
Met Last Monday
Woman's Missionary Union of
,/ End Baptist church held
* lr . r, * u l 4r meeting on Monday
vrmng in the home of Mrs. H. R.
Johnson.
■be living room and dining room
* re attractively decorated in red.
lte and blue, Here the members
“'sembled.
At the conclusion of the business
the program was given. The
•Pic was “Chrlstianitv, The Bulwark
, I|l °V' N ’ aUon " Mm. W. W. Faulkner
u the devotional exercise. Mrs. W.
i*T»J rn * >all, a v ‘** to r. gave a very in
i' '!? g ta,>l, on "Washington Aifbr
' Huf >dred Years and The Period
ur Nation.” Mrs. Johnson read
o „ r ,n ' ere * tin g paper. "The Student of
a ; at i on " our Nation was
!£? l W ' R ftomln*. W. were
W d, ” m,as ®d With prayer by Mrs.
K Fleming.
„ ,h * program the members
rnnee * n Joyed a delicious sweet
u * > ' erv *d by Mrs. Johnson and
Fleming as joint WWW
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Conducts Christian Church Revival
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REV. L. B. REAVIS
MRS. MCKEE SPEAKS
TO HISTORY CLASS
Mrs. E. L. McKee, State senator,
who was the speaker at the Washing
ton bicentennial celebration Aere last
night, addressed Miss Maxine Taylor’s
class in American history in the Hen
derson high school today. She eras
given close attention by the young
people in her discussion of the need
for better treatment in the school
histories of the events in the Southern
States prior to and during the Re
volutionary War.
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ggPgHSON, (W. C..T DAIL7 DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY- FEBRUARY<Brt T 932
TILKPHONi 6io
REVIVAL SERIES
TO OPEN TONIGHT
Rev. R. A. Whitten To Con
duct Services At First
Christian Church Here
Revival services at the First Chris
tian church will open tonight at 7:30
o'clock with the pastor, Rev. R. A.
Whitten, doing the preaching. Rev.
L. B. Reavis, of Wake Forest, will
have charge of the singing at the ser
vices. Mr. Reavis has had consider
able experience in evangelistic sing
ing and the song service during the
services each night are expected to
prove one of the features of the meet
ing-
• An invitation to members of other
churches to attend the services has
been issued by the pastor of the Chris
tian church. Members of the choirs
of all other churches in this section
are being invited to join with the
Christian church choir in the sing
ing at the meeting.
The subject so rthe service tonight
will be “The Divine Inspection." Ser
vices will be held each evening thro
ughout the week beginning at 7:30
o’clock. The public is being invited
to attend any and all of these ser
vices.
Kaatera Htar To Meet.
The regular meeting of Wellon’s
Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star
will be held Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock. This is announced as an im
portant meeting and a full attend
ance is desired.
Important Notice
To Subscribers
Attention is again called to the ape- .
ciel MibacrtpitoD sale of tile Daily
Disport oh, during which it is possible
to buy a one year subscription tor
82.00 if you are one of the Brat thou
sand 4o turn in your subscription. The
offer as stated before is limited strlet
ly to the first thousand received after
which k wIH be withdrawn
There seems to be some who do not
understand Just exactly what this offer
covet*, ant} /or their benefit we wish
to make It clear that the offer applies
to everybody, whether they are now
a subscriber or not. It also applies
A Ration for Annual Flowers
To be effective annuals must make
quick, sturdy growth so that in the
period necessary to produce a plant
that will commence to flower, the lar
gest size and vigor may be attained.
To obtina such growth, it Is desira
ble that the need bed be well pre
pared. Plow or spade to a depth of at
least six inches as soon as the soil is
in condition to work. It should be well
pulverized and compacted.
In case the soil is a heavy clay or
a light sand, it may be improved by
incorporating soil of the opposite type
with it. With heavy soil, this can best
be done when the clay is quite dry.
After the soil is prepared a com
plete modern pl&ntfood should be
spread over the area at the rate of
four pounds per one hundred feet and
raked into me top soil. The opera
tion serves the purpose of getting the
plantfood worked into the soil as well
as providing the final necessary pul
verizing of the soil prior to seeding.
This initial feeding should be sup
plemented by an application of planU
food made at the rate of two pounds
per one hundred square feet eight
weeks after seeding.
With this sort of attention to feed
ing and careful watering and cultiva
tion of the annual bed, you will be
Renovating Old Lawns
Old lawns that have been negelcted
cannot be made Into fine, heavy lawns
without some attention. If the old
lawn is badly infested with the more
troublesome lawn weeds such as dan
delions, crab grass, plantain, and
chlckweed, it is well to consider the
advisability of plowing or spading the
area and starting anew. The eradica
tion of these weeds ie relatively easy
if it Is necessary to make a new iawn
On the other hand, It requires con
siderable time to crowd them from an
established lawn.
If the weed infestation U relatively
light, it is advisable to renovate the
lawn by digging up the weeds. In the
case of crab grass, remove the grass
plants before they have formed seeds,
Dandelions and plantain may be ex
terminated by the use of a sharp
pointed implement such as an aspara
gus knife. Thrust it well into ground
and cut the roots several Inches be
low the surface.
All bare areas in the lawn should
be stirred lightly and seeded. It is
necessary to keep the newly seeded
areas well watered in order that the
young grass will not be killed by dry
ing out.
The entire lawn area should be fed
regularly with a complete plantfood.
: SOUBJB 9 A, M. TO 12 MOON
to amounts due on poht due subscrip
tso**® a swell as paid in advance sub
scriptions. In other words, 82DO will
pay for a full twelve months subscrip
tion. regardless of how the subscrib
er’s account stands.
I>onT wait until it is too late to
•end in your subscription. Do it today
while you have the opportunity to buy
a $5 00 newspaper one year for "$2.00.
Since this offer ie knotted to the first
thousand subscriptions received, it is
impossible to tell when it will close.
All we can tell you is that you have
no time to lose If you want to save
W 00- !J ft
Give Yotang Annuals Plenty of Room
and Apply Plan Food Between
Rows and Around I Hants
surprised by the manner in which the
common annuals respond. Do not
crowd the plants, see that each has
room to develop to Its full beauty.
I The feeding program consists of an
application of plantfood at the rate of
four pounds per one hundred square
feet in early spring; a light applica
tion of about two pounds per hundred
snuare feet in early June; and a feed
ing of around four pounds per hun
dred square feet in August or early
September, after the heat of summer
has passed.
This program sTiould be carried out
with strict attention to the quantities
used and the methods of application
which are advised by the manufac
turers of the plantfood used.
Back To Duke.
Edwin P. Finch, returned to Duke
University yesterday after spending
the week-end with his parents in the
city.
Mftthtn! ta
r«d«sce your familjr
“Caldi-Tax”—km tkc
Vick Plan Car Batter
“Central *ef • Cel da"
lajreor Heme.
STEVENSON THEATRE
Price*:
■ “ On the Stage fr
■ In Person * ’ A Radiant .
Mh- - Show of Joy j**
Sparkling Snappy cuiim
f “SUNKIST S* r
VANITIES'’ ( a-3-
l\ Harry Berry yRgTZv/T Coming
"The One Man Circus’* S9t\ ) At ~*-**
Rosita and Perez Kn, “*
Miss Theo Keith
Feature Program The Champ ’
H JACKIE COOPER Dance Tewoi
Tacky Birthday Party
Thursday, Feb. 25, 7:30 O’clock
—IN—
SOCIAL HALL
OF
Presbyterian Church
Good Program
Good Time
Good Eats
Bring a penny for each year of your age.
i
Advertise In The Dispatch
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