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marriages earths
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
THE cry op the children.
r* ye bear tha children w**plng, O
my brother*.
Ere the aorrow eomee with yean?
Tbey are leaning their young heads
•faioat their mother*.
A nd that cannot atop their tear*.
-for 0." »*y the children, “we are
weary.
An d we cannot run or leap;
If WP cared for any meadow*, it were
merely
To drop down In them and sleep,
Our knee< tiemble eorely in the Mop
ping
\\> fall u|»on our races, try In* to
go.
And underneath our heavy eyelids
drooping.
The reddest floWer would look as
pale as snow.'*
-for all day. the wheels are droning,
turning;
Their wind come* in our faces.
Till our hearts turn, our head*, with
puUes burning.
And the walls turn in their places:
Turn* the sky In the high window
blank and reeling.
Turns the long tight that drop*
adorn the wall.
Turn the black files that crawl along
the ceiling:
All are turning, all the day. and
we with all.
And ail the day. the Iron wheels are
droning;
And sometimes we could pray,
•0 >e wheels (breaking out in mad
moaning).
Slop' be silent for to-day!" *’
Still, all day the iron wheels go on
ward. \
And the children'* souls, which God
is calling sunward.
Spin on blindly In the dark.
And well may the children weep be
fore you!
They are weary ere they run;
They have never seen the sunshine,
nor the glory
Which is brighter than the sun.
They know the grief of man, without
Its wisdom;
They sink in man’s despair, without
Its calm;
Are martyrs, by the pang without
the palm:
Are worn as If with age. yet unre
trievtngly
The harvest of Its memories cannot
reap—
Art orphans of the earthly love and
heavly.
Let them weep! Let them weep!
Elisabeth Barrett Browning.
Baptist Chair Rehearsal.
There will be a rehearsal of the
choir of the First Baptist church to
night in the church at 7:30 o’clock,
it is announced.
Guest of Mrs. i. P. Zollicoffer.
Mrs. J. A. Jones, of New Bern, is
spending a few ddytf in the efty with
her daughter. Mr*. J. P. Zollicoffer. on
Ghokon avenue.
Raton Home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and
children and Mrs. lsagainis, of Rich
mond. Va.. have returned to their
home after spending sometime In the
city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Thompson, of South Henderson.
Patriotic Program
Given at Meeting
Os Tuesday Club
A delightful meeting of the Tuesday
Club was held In the home of Mrs. J.
C Cooler on Tuesday afternoon.
The program was in honor of the bi
centennial of the firs* president's
h.rth and was given as follows:
Th» True Story of Washington's
Mother Mrs. Allen.
The Private Life of George and
Martha Washington. Mrs. Singleton.
Thes*- two paper* were most inter
ring and entertaining.
The president. Mrs. M. F. Legg.
•n opening the medting spoke a few
gTactn-is words of welcome to the
honored guest of (She evening. Mrs.
E L McKee. State Senator of the
32nd N C. District, Che house guest of
*rs s. p. Cooper.
Mrs McKee acknowledged the
courtesy by words of commendation
*o the Tuesday Club and oongr&tu
la»«i i! on its many public spirited
w ooien and on the number of women
*bo have held public offices.
The guts*a were then invited into
the recr»--vUon rooms down a winding
»t*irs into the basement where a cosy
xoorn has been ®et apart for the play
mom of the house, and furnished with
•nhquea of bygone days.
There the guedte were entertained
Dy a delightful IMtle presentation of
the making of (he flag by Betsy Ross.
Those taking pant in the playlet
Wei> Ann Peace aa Mrs. Ross, Akna
fsrham as a Mend of Mr*. Rosa. Ef
h* Flannagan as Martha Washington,
Newell as Qeorge Washington.
Meredith Watkhw as Georg* Rom,
*”<l Roscoe atalnfcnck as Robert. Mor
ris
Returning then to the drawing
Mttltril t#
f e4 «*«« ymr iaatf ly
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y ie k Plan |#r K«tt«r
‘ Control-nt-Caias**
in your Hom.
Charles Store
spring Millinery
Newest styles and
«. shades.
r S- SOCIETY NEWS !/;
•TXLSPHOHX no s s t * 1 * j j : : : : » HOtJBS BA. M. TO U NOON
SCREEN COWBOY WEDS CIRCUS STAR
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New Mrs. Mix Mis Ruth Mix
With his little daughter, Thoma
sina, present, Tom Mix, noted film
and circus cowboy, journeyed ovei
into Mexico from Hollywood, Cal.,
to wed Mabel Ward Hubbell, cir
cus aeriaiist. who is called the
Womans Club Hears
Lecture On Gardens
The Woman's Club held their meet
ing in the ladies' parlor of the Pres
byterian church Wednesday afternoon
at 3:90 o'clock, with the following
ladies acting as hostesses for the aft
ernoon: Mrs. E. M. Rollins, Mr*. M.
J. O'Neil. Mrs. R. S. Turner, Mrs. S.
F. Teiser. Mrs. W. H. Kimball. Mrs.
E. R. Nelson, Mrs. H. M. Church. Mrs.
R. S. McColn. Mrs. R. B. Green, Miss
Sue Kelly and Miss Lillian Gholson.
A short business session was held,
during which routine business was
transacted. Report of the Junior Wo
man's Club was given very
good, showing 32 members on roll. It
was told that the club had planted a
cherry tree on the Perry library lawn
to commemorate the Bicentennial of
George Washington's birth.
Mrs. B. C. Flannagan. chairman of
Civics Department. reported two
sugar maples planted on Chestnut
street; two rplaccments for trees that
have died have been planted. There
are sevral more trees to be replaced,
it was said, and any donations for this
purpose will be greatly appreciated.
A nominating committee was elect
ed as follows: Mrs. W. R. Mac Nair,
chairman, Mrs. S. B. Burweil, Mrs. H.
A. Dennis, Mrs. L. R. Gooch, and
Mrs. E. M. Rollins.
Hostesses for the next meeting are
to be Mesdames W. B. Waddill, chair
man. J. H. Brodie, L. C. Mclntosh, A.
E. Mclintosh, T. M. Pittman, S. T.
Peace. R. G. S. Davis, Harry Chavasse
room, home dk-licsloua \r«ft*e*ih*neuts
were sewed to those present. Favors
of hatchets and nut baskets were very
attractive and each table held a vase
containing a red. white and blue car
nation.
Enjoying Mrs. Cooper’s JioapttalUy
besides the members were Mrs. Mc-
Kee, Mrs. Weir Miss Haines. Mrs.
Btmughn Watkins, Mrs. Scott Par
ham. Mr*. Richard Jones and Mrs.
W. H. Furman.
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HEHhEhauN, TH. C.J PAtLf PIBISTCH, FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 26, 1982
successor to the late Lillian Leit
xel. The famous cowboy found
his bride in the circus with which
he traveled last year. Photc
shows the new Mrs. Mix with his
oldest daughter. Rrt' *' » i.jv.
H. M. Leckie W. K. Phillips and Mias
Sal lie Gar lick.
The educational department will
have charge of the program at the
next meeting.
The program for the afternoon was
in charge of the Civics department.
B. W. Wells, professor of botany at
State Collage, lectured on “Natural
North,Carolina Gardens,” illustrating
it with latern slides. He stated that
North Carolina was the richest state
In the union In native vegetation, hav
ing in its boundaries a range of plant
life from the spruce and fir of Canada
to the caboage palm of Florida, which
growß on the coast to the height of
thirty feet.
He displayed a great number of
pictures of wild flowers, beautiful as
well as instructive can only partially
describe it.
The lecture was said to be splendid
indeed, and it is regretted that many
more of the people of the city did not
avail themselves of the opportunity
of hearing such a lecture. Those pre
sent left with a great appreciation of
the marvlous beauty of North Caro
lina as well as a threat deal more
knowledge regarding its plant life.
The hostesses served tea and wafers
during the social hour.—Reported.
Two Local Girls
O n N.C. C. W. Roll
Misses Margaret Church and Betsy
Rose Jones, of Henderson, are includ
ed in the list of 146 girl students at
North Carolina College for Women at
Greensboro, who got on the honor roll
for the first semester. The work of
the students was of exceptionally
high standard. The 146 young women
women will be honored at a formal
reception at the Students' building
from 4 to 6 o’clock.
Converse Alumnae
President In City
Mr*. J. W. Cantey 'Johnson, presi
dent of Converse College Alumnae
Association, was in the city on Thurs
day* Mr*. Johnson is visiting a num
ber of North Carolina and Virginia
cities in the Interest of the Converse
Alumnae Association, organising new
Converse olube, and securing new stu
dents.
Mr*. Johnson is a woman of ability
and charm and has been associated
with educational work for years, and
is now associated with, her sons in a
newspaper at Franklin in Western
North Carolina.
Converse College |s offering a full
scholarships for honor students at
this time.
While in the city Mrs. Johnson was
the guest of Mr*. C. V. Singleton,
president of the Converse club In Hen
derson.
LEGIONIUMY
PRIZES ARE GIVEN
Award Is Split Between Two
Girls For Excellence
of Poems
The prize contest among children
of the sixth grades of the Henderson
city schools, aa conducted by the
American Legion Auxiliary, has end
ed with the splitting of the $2.50 cash
award evenly between MLsa Ada Page,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Page,
and Miss Mary Sue Newell, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. I—well The
former is a student in West End
school and the latter at Central school
The contest was under the auspices
of the Auxiliary’s Americanism com
mittee of which Mrs. D. P. McDuffee
is head. About 25 pupils entered, and
each was required to write a poem on
George Washington.
The judges were Mesdames W. B.
Parham, J. R. Singleton and W. H.
Fleming. The two winning poems
were considered of such excellence
that they were placed on a par and
each of the girls shared in the award.
CRUDUP LISTED AS
CANDIDATE AGAIN
Raleigh Paper Lists Vance Represen
tative Among Those Desiring to
Return In 1933
In a list of candidates and prospec
tive candidates for the 1933 General
Assembly, published n Thursday, the
News and Observer listed John Bod
dle Crudup of Henderson among 52
members of the 193 T KoUe who would
seek re-election. Thus nearly half of
the total House membership of 120
will try to go baclr* for another ses
Her
was only ,B
mmt&mi
that of any
woman and
romance 1
called her fl
SURRENDER
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HSSjB BAXTER
Added Comedy: “Keep Laughing”
Stevenson
THEATRE
COMING ATTRACTIONS
“Pooneased” “Emma” Hell's
Divers”. —. “Freaks” “Dance
Team” “Polly of the Circus” and
others. Watch for dates.
MONDAY A TUESDAY
“DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE”
sion, despite the lohg "parliament” of
last spring, and despite the prospect
of a bird session next winter. In the
Senate!only ten of the 50 members are
seeking re-election.
Mr. crudup has made no public an
nouncement that he will seek re-elec
tion, and said a few days ago that
he had not decided, whether he would
be a candidate again or not.
N. C. NEWS LETTER
j WILL BE PRINTED
Oha pel Hill. Feb. 26—Publication of
the University News Letter, discon-
SOMETHING
for NOTHING
SOUNDS FUNNY
r BUT WE INVITE r r
* * AN INVESTIGATION • •
For Example
Suppose you have an eight-room house, make a liberal use
of electric light, operate a radio, a vacuum sweeper, and
an average number of table appliances, and that your
electric service bill together with your cooking bill amounts
to an average of $13.10 per month. Os course, if your
average for that service is more than the amount men
tioned you can get “something for nothing" and pocket a
cash savings in addition. Bear in mind that $13.10 is an
example and that a larger number of residents are paying
that amount for the above service and that it can be had
for considerably less.
NOW!
It 9 s Possible To Get This Epr
The Same Money
Provided you change to an Electric Range: and operate it
on our combination rate the same amoifnt of cooking may
be done, the same amount of lighting -may be had, tha
same use may be made of your radio, vacuum sweeper and
table appliances,- AlsD IN ADDITION ip Electric Refrig
erator may be operated, ail for an ajnount not to exceed
$13.10. The energy necessary to furnish refrigeration is
the “something for nothing.” Combination rate customers
in every town we serve are showing a savings. It is pos
sible that you may be benefitted. If not we'll be honest
enough to say “No.” Investigate it!
Residential One of the
I RATI ftEflKtjunwfl
Combination t Lowest Rate*
I «£*? +oocmm
Service in the
Rate Carolina*
CAROLINA
Power & Light Company
United a month Ago because of kck
of funds, win b* retimed, at lead for
the of the echoMUc year,
result of arrangement* made
Wfth 'the printing department, of the
State Prison in Raleigh. '* ■'
The prison will print the paper-free*
of charge, and the Untverrtty naa ar
ranged. through private contributions
received, to pay for paper biH» and
mailing costa.. a *
i
The News Letter has served- the'
State for IS years as an Impartial fact
reporting agency of thing* social,
cjvic and economic in North Carolina, j
PAGE FIVE
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•« far as known was the first used
on any extensive scale for personal
drnamenL »
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