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SOCIAL AOTIVITIBS AONMKT OV INDRC'ISION. 1 think I know how At las must h«v« yearned To kw the burden of thf upprr world If only on** mad moment ha had hurled Tha i*tarrv # ball through space—all un concerned With coamlc chaoe* dual ad hta handa and turned Pack to hi* h*rd* and garden land* that curled hi laiv peace about hie little world I i.yn might spurn my bond a, aa Alton spurned. Pix»r stupid giant, and as atupid I Too timid to lat go mv tlttia aphara ] bend mv shoulder*, holding up tha sky, K•» heinously, year after witleea year - Had he refuned the role of sentinel. The universe, no doubt, had fared as well. Marlon Doyle. Keiarva Vtam Murfraeabore Miss Elizabeth oHyle returned to r’jy from Chowan College Murfrees t.. ro where she has been visiting for ti.r past three days. Gueate of Mrs. WlitM. Mr*. Harold Lee Wilson and little daughter, of Lynchburg. Va.. are the guests of Mrs. Raymond Wilson at her home on Montgomery street To Entertain Soroaie Chib. Mr? J. C. Gardner will be hostess to the aorosis club at Its regular meet ing tomorrow afternoon at 4 o’clock at her horns on Charles street. la*ave for Texas. Mrs W. H. Furman. MUs Marla Par hum au«‘. Mr atu! Mrs. E V. Bunn left this mornng fm New Boston. Texas, where they will spend sometime with Mr. and Mrs. James Hubbard, the parents of Mrs Furman. They will also visit in Trxaikanna before re turning. feelfineforioT Qskfc rebel Iras kssdscU It ro* kav« ■ hrada.b* or aay of tha •ml«. naaa>»M |«|>l ifcat mate you f r ,| •'* die dru K etora and *»k for b:*.h«tk. it win pick )uu up once. .•>1 vNbAt K by aauiir to<i you mA Imi iAmß* >'v- tW^ B < ’wg John Barrymore I Lionel Barrymore John Miljan Hp! Karen Morley kJ ! §&BrV “ARSENE LUPIN" B “ rr > mor - Today and on to** werrer. f«ir Tomorrow tt«’ first time , , . , _ , . . Added Com«»dv: \ll r\ent In ■ „ Models jfc Wive*’ am season. Stevenson 10c THEATRE 25c CHERRY BLOSSOM EXCURSION TO WASHINGTON AND RETURN SATURDAY and SUNDAY April 9-10th $5.00 Round Trip $5.00 Reduced Pullman Pares in Special Sleepers Round Trip Fare Including Pullman Lower Berth—One Person, $8.00; 2 Person*, $7 25 Upper Berth—One Person, $8.25; 2 Persons *6 75 Tickets on Sale For Trains and Dates Shown Below APRIL. 9th APRIL »th Train 192 Train 6 llamlrt 8:02 **• M - 10:85 r. M. Aberdeen P. 3R. 11:SS P. M. Southern Pines 9:49 P. IC. 11:46 P. M. APRIL 10TH Train 6 Sanford 1 7:89 V. M. 12:88 A. M. Raleigh 8:85 P M. 1:56 A. M. Wake Forest ————— 2:86 A. M. Frankllnton ——— 2:53 A. M. Henderson 9:48 P. M. 3:28 A. M. Norllnu 1 1 T 4:05 A. M. No Stopovers Allowed—No Baggage Checked Returning, Leave Washington 6:40 P. M. or 11:58 P. M., April 10th For InfonMlio« See TICKET AGENT H. E. PLEASANTS, D. P A RxlHgh C\ 565 Odd Frllawt Building Phone 2700 or 270 SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY X SOCIETY NEWS 7: TELEPHONE 610 : HOURS 9 A. M. TO 13 NOON i, ..1..... ,i.. . ... . Comet the Bride, 1932 | Vft % v B JHp * ■□HH ' .B W^nadH n SB |p9B|' *JLB * Ifll I » K 1 • W ,/7 " ! / ! eb I Frances Dec. screen player, di*> . plays the bridal finery of 1032 I of ivory satin with white tulle veil both are edg'd with the Gnvign key motif in pearl and atones. Frances carries four cgll* lilies for her bridal bouquet. Visitors front Rocky Mount. G. E. Carver, attorney of Rocky Mount, and Miss Ann Riddick were in the city last evening as the guests of Mrs. J. R. Nixon. Lecture Is Postponed. The lecture which was to have been given before the Lecture Club tomor row afternoon has been postponed un til a later date, it was announced to- i day. Girl Scouts To Mwk The Girl Scouts of Troop 1 will hold their regular weekly meeting Thurs day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the base- j ment of the Methodist Episcopal church, it was announced today by ; their leader. HENDERSON. (N. C..1 DAILY DEFATCH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6,1032 Improving at Hospital. Mrs. O. L. Bradford is improving at Maria Parham hnppilnl. it was learn ed this morning. To \Va«hlngto n uit tluMinrss I J. Young and E. G. Watkins left ai ntxm for Washington, D C. on a buslnesb trip. Bitilc ( liuw To Moot. The Woman's Bible class of the First Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow evening at 7:4ft o'clock with Mrs. R. W. Bruin on Chestnut street, it was announced today All members are urged to attend. Prayer Meeting (ailed Off. Dr. H. A. Ellis, pastor of tho First Baptist chuich. announced today thht there would be tio prayer meeting at his church this evening, and said congregation would worship with the Methodist Protestant church in their revival services now in progress. Former Henderson Girl Is Married Miss Beau ford Morris was quietly married to Curtis King, of Littleton. Sunday ufternnon, Apr! 3, in Emporia, Va. Only a few close friends were present to witness the ceremony. Mrs. King has mude her home here for sometime, being employed at the Vogue Beauty Shop in this city. Her former home is in Roanoke Rapids. Entertainment By Junior Class On Tomorrow Evening The Junior Class of the Henderson high school will present a full evening of entertainment in the Central auditorium Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The attractive program announced today to be given by the Juniors is as follows: 1. Opening Chorus- Miss Williams Pupils, accompanied bv Miss Kim ball. 2. Popular songs Mary Harrison, accompanist, George Harrison. 3. Reading 'Thar Old Sweetheart of Mine.” Miss Lily Kyle; Interpreta tion; G. W. Knott. Jr., Margaret Tur ner, Ethel Tyler, Anne Stevenson. Dorothy Hunt. 4. Comedv: One act, "Sav It With Taffy.” 5. Solo Dance. Margaret Fans. Songs. Mrs. Barnhart. 6. Comedy: One act. “The Mouse Trap.” It was announced that a small ad-j mission fee would be charged. Black and White jfjgg ■ k§£ . • ;.v This smart coat of black velveteen ta from Goupy and is trimmed with flaring bands of ermine aad buttons put on diagonally. The Ml ± k hlaak mug fU|t >U4 % MSILT TTT7 m —p Accumulating Deficit Gives Congress Task Os Balancing Budget Federal Government’s Expenses Five Times Those Before War and Income Shrinks |^j Th« c«pi<ol, wilk intaU, l.rmn Pr.iicUnt Coolid,., >nd former Srcrtl.rv of tho Troorury Andrew Mellon. KIIITOKS NOTE: This is the flint us 12 brief, eaay-to-read dK putrhra explaining simply and concretely the federal govern ment's* tax problem.) By CHARLES P. STEWART Central Press Staff Writer Washington. April 6. —The federal government’s expenses today are ap proximately five times what they wen* just before the war. Treasury summarizies fall short of actual' totals. It is not that the trea sury intends to deceive, but, in its maze of bookkeeping are many items which can be classified in as many different ways. There must be an agreement on terms. Consequently of ficial reports ordinarily deal with what are known as “budget figures,” which do not include everything. In fact, the government is spend ing now somewhat above five billions yearly, compared with approximately a billion as a pre-war maximum. Os course war costs were much higher—more than 18 and a half bil lions in 1919, according to the treas ury record —and especial war taxes were required to meet them in part, the government running into debt for the remainder. A continuatio nos most of these war taxation rates (notably income taxes) for some time following demobilization permitted rapid progress to be made toward liquidation of war debts, but presently, in the course of the Cool idge administration, an increasing de mand began to be felt for a reduc tion. Petit Payment Delayed. When finally it was voted (first for the benefit of the smaller income tax payers and subsequently, upon To Broadcast from WPTF. Miss Joyce Currln, a student at Middleburg high school, will broad cast a piano program this afternoon at 4:45 o’clock from Station WPTF, Raleigh, it was learned today. Miss Currin’s program will be made up of popular music, it was said. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas, God ir. His infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove from our hunt ing ground our friend and brother, Horace Holmee. Be it resolved: 1 That we bow in humble submis sion to Him that doeth all things well. 2. That we extend our sincere sym pathy to the family in their bereave ment. a. 7%) *4 copy of these resolutions be spread on our minutes, a copy be sent to the family and a copy to the Hend erson Ddtiy Dispatch. Oommtotee Mohawk Tribe No. 58 Improved Order of Red Men. J. B. GEE. CHA3. D. ALLEN. Ccmmittff. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon's strong recommendation, for the ben efit of those in the higher brackets) it naturally slowed down the rate of debt repayment. Still so-caned prosperity was gain ing headway fit such a rate and tax able incomes became so numerous that tile slump in treasury receipts was of short duration, and soon the government's revenues had reached higher figures than even before the reduction in the share exacted by it from each income. The post-war collection peak was reached at the end of the fiscal year 1931, with a budget total of $4,219.- 950.538.88. The dip responsible for the present treasury deficit dates from the begin ning of 1930. and exact statistics will be unavailable before the current fis cal year’s end, June 30. Next: Pr«“*ent Income Merely Covers War Service. You Are Missing Wonderful Values It You Are Not Visiting PENNEY’S Daily During This Anniversary Month Watch Thursday's Paper for * Second Week Specials On Sale Friday A. M. TIMMS TO MANAGE GOLDSBORO STORE Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Timms left Mon day for Goldsboro, where they will make their home. Mr. Timms, who was manager of the Montgomery Ward store in Henderson for several years before it was closed out, hoe Deen appointed manager of the Golds boro store. Mrs. Timms before her recent marriage was Miss Elizabeth Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Vaughan of Henderson. Improves Mlewly Mrs. C. F. Tankersley, Jr., con tinues to improve slowly at a PWia delphla hospital, it wax learned today. £ihp was taken there several weeks ago for treatment following an illness of pneumonia. Highway Commlalon To Meet. Raleigh, April 6. -(AP) The State Highway Commission will meet here April 19. E. B. Jeffres*. chairman, said today. No special business is anti cipated. For many centuries Holland has been known as the garden of Europe. A Big Shipment of Woolsey's Good Paint Ju*t Arrived at “The Place of Values” IN TIME FOR SPRING PAINTING Woolsey’s semi-paste, Woolsey’s lacquer enamel, Woolsey’s interior paints, Wool sey’s varnish stains, Woolsey’s roof paints, Woolsey’s color's in oil, sizing varnish and dryers. LINSEED OIL AND PURE TURPENTINE Use Woolsey’s and you’ll be satisfied with quality and price. It has given satisfaction since 1853. ALEX S. WATKINS "Where‘Quality Tails and Prices Sell'’ 1 ./ ' / k Y J T- PAGE SIX CHURCH SOCIETIES ANNOUNCEMENTS EIGHT STUDENTS ON TOUR COAL FIELDS Ky.. April 6 (AP) -Un heralded, eight students and two in structors of the department of jour naliatn at Marshall Cokege. Hunting- Hen, W. Va., began a trip througn the Harlan coal fields today, observing conditions to obtain expedience in writing. The journey was planned secretly to avoid publicity, it was said". They* telegraphed Sheriff John Henry Blitr for permission to make their lour and he granted it. The party arrived last night. CAPTAIN VKNABU-J GIVEN ALIGNMENT AT N. C. STATE Raleigh, April ®. Captain Benjamin W- Venable has been assigned to duty at N. C. State College next year as assistant professor of military science and tactics, according to order’ re ceived by Colonel Bruce Magrundcr, head of the Military Department at State College. Captain Venable will succeed Cnpi. W. R. Watoon, who has been ordered to duty ut the Infantry Scho-.ii. Fort Banning, Ga., after a six year lour of duty at Stale College.