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MARRIAGES PARTIES
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
TIS A LITTLE THING.
To give h cup of water; yet Its
draught
Os cool refreshment, drained by
fevered lips.
May give a shock of pleasure to the
frame
More exquisite than when nectraian
juice
Renews the life of joy J n happiest
hours.
It js a little thing to speak a phrase
Os common comfort, which by dally
use
Has almost lost Its sense; yet on the
ear
Os him who thought to die unrenown
ed. t will fall
Uk* choicest music: fill the glazing
eye *
With gentle tears; relax the knotted
hand
To know the bonds of fellowship
again;
And .'hed on the departing soul a
disc.
(More precious than the benison of
friends
About the honoied death bed of the
rich, i
To him who else were lonely, that
another
Os the great family is near and feels.
Talfourd.
(iucxt of Mm Aaa Parham
Mr- J E Malone, of I«ouisburg. is
the gue.-t of Mrs. Asa Parham at her
home on South Garnett Street.
Visits Parents
Miss laiis Finch, of Duke hospital.
Durham spent the week-end with her
patent-.. Mr and Mrs S. W. Fincti, of
Henderson- Route two.
Fresh) tertan Choir Rehearsal
The Presbyterian ciroir will hold Ms
ifgilhir rt hear.n: tonight
o'clock in the home of Mrs. D. H.
Gerber <>n Mitchell street, it was an
nounc'd today.
P. T. A. Silver Tew.
The Patent-Teacher Association of
Clark Street school will have a silver
tea Thursday afternoon from t to 6
oclock in the home of Mrs. P. H.
Rois of Charles street. All members
of the association are cordially in
vited.
To Kntcrtsin Study Clu
Mrs I. D Wall will be the hostess
to the Study Class of th© Woman’s
Club at its regular meeting tomorrow
alternoon at 3 3n o'clock at her home
on Chestnut Street, it was announced
today.
West Fnd I* T. A. Postponed
The call nirefng of the West End
Parent-T 1 acher Association which was
to be held this afternoon was post
poned un.tl Knday afternoon at 3:30
o’clock at which time It win be held
at th: school, it was announced.
Juniors-Seniors
To Have Banquet
tnvita'ions In the annual Junior
-senioi boi'iuci at the Henderson high
school have been issued to the seniors
and faculty members reading as fol
low >
You are cordially invited to attend
the Junior Racket tOpening night!
Guest of Honor. Faculty and Seniors.
Dancing. Wake Forest College Or
chestra. Country Club. Henderson.
North Carolina. Friday evening. April
15. 1932.
Last Week Here
Hi Com*' In
Today isl
N H ThiimaHlH
Old -dand
Your Last Chance
SEABOARD AIR
LINK RAILWAY
TttMNS LFAVK HENDERSON
AS FOLLOWS
'•*. NORTHBOUND
A M. for Richmond.
Washington. New York, connect
ing at Norlina with No. 1* ar
riving Portsmouth-Norfolk 12:05
I* M with parlor-dining car aer
\ Iw
1—2:58 I* M. for Richmond
Washington, New Y r ork.
102—»:4h 1». M for Richmond
Washington and New York.
S— s:2* A M. for Portamouth-
Norfolk Washington. New York.
N ". SOUTHBOUND
101—<5; |» A M for Savannah,
•Irtt'ksonville. Miami, Tampa, St.
Peters bu rg.
•3—3:12 I* M for Raleigh. San
ford. Hamlet. Columbia, Savan
nah. Miami Tampa, St f Peters
burg
1«»* 7:55 p M for Raleigh, Ham
let. Susannah. Jacksonville,
.Miami. Tampa. St. Petersburg,
Atlanta. Birmingham
5—1:85 A M. for Atlanta. Birm
ingham, Memphis.
Lor Information call on H. E-
OPA., Raleigh, N. C-,
or M C * Capita, TA , Henderwm,
N C.
SOCIETY NEWS
TELEPHONE *lO ; HOUSE t A. M. TO 12 NOON
O’NEIL TO WED ARTHUR LOEW
Sally O’Neil, former screen favor
ite, and Arthur Locw, son of the
late Marcus Locw. vaudeville mag-
e. Y. P. U. MEETING
TO BEONSUNOAY
Young People of Tar River
Association Meet At
Sandy Creek Church
The annual meeting of the Tar
liivei Baptist Association B. Y. F\ U.
is to be held next Sunday, April 17,
with Sandy Creek Baptist church. ac
cording to an announcement given
out by I. B. Jackson, of Wake Forest
college, president of the association.
Mr. Jackson states that one of the
best programs in years has been ar
ranged and a record-breaking at
tendance is anticipated. Every B. Y.
P. 11. department is expreied to send
as many delegates as possible. Each
union will turn in a report of its
work at the meeting. The Sandy
Creek church will serve dinner for all
delegates.
The program is as follows:
Theme: "Be Ye Transformed."
10:00 -Song Service Rev. L. B.
Reavls, Director: Miss Mary Currin.
Pianist.
10:15—Welcome Address Associa
tional President. I. B. Jackson.
10:25-- Devotional Period- Miss Ver
nie Hoyle.
10:35 Special Music South Hen
derson.
I.ive Coals.
10:10 Transformed B. Y. P. U.
Boyce Brooks.
10:30 The Value of B. Y. P. U.:
In Transforming Our 'Lives Miss
Elizabeth Powell.
In Transforming Our Churches
[. B. Jackson.
In Transforming Our Communities
Keimit Combs.
In Transforming Our Social Life
Hubert May.
In Transforming Our Mind Lin
wood Murphy.
In Transforming Our Faith —Mar
jorie Huff.
11:50 Miscellaneous Business.
12:15- Dinner for Everybody.
Afternoon Seaalon.
1:15 Song Service.
1:30 Devotional Period Miss May
wood Modtin. Chowan College.
1:40 Special Music--Wake Forest
Quartet.
1:45 Roll Call of Churches.
2:00 Inspirational Talk R. R
■ Jackson.
2:15- Special Music - Wake Forest
Quartet.
2:20 Report of Committees.
2:30 The Transforming Power of
Christ -Rev. I* B. Reavis.
Mrs. JuniuM Daniel Improved
Mrs. Junius Daniel, who has been ill
for the past few days, is some better,
L was learned this morning.
ETTA K.ETT Prentice Forges Own Name By PAUL ROBINSON
ir i can onls Gtr" wuoops'l f 1 now (cT I —, -J e.«a is Arte a L -. r* ho coolin'? \
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HENDERSON. (N. C..T DAILY DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY APRIL IS, ]Mg
nate, have announced their en
gagement. Each recently re
turned from Europe,
Royal Ambassa d ors
Met Last Monday
The Roytal Ambassadors of the First
Baptist Churdh met with Robert
SprurM on Rowland Street Monday
April 11. The subject of the program
was “The Homeland of the Negro".
The following took special parts:
Robert SpruiH, Wallace Kelly, Leslie
Cansler, and Mrs. Garrett. One fea
ture was an acrostic in which every
boy took part which when completed
spelled David Livingston.
Mrs. Garrett expressed thanks for
Mrs. C. M. Cooper, Jr.. Mrs. Ken
neth Patterson and Mrs. Leslie Cans
ler taking some of the Royal Ambas
sadors to Wake Forest, April 2 to the
Royal Ambassadors Conclave, which
w'as held at Wake Forest College.
Alex David invited the boys to meet
with him next time.
Refreshments of ice cream and
candy whistles were served by the
host andr his mother.
TEXTILE MEN MEET
AT STATE COLLEGE
Spring Convention T«» Be Held Next
Friday; T. W Mullen, Roanoke
Rapids, President.
The spring meeting of the Eastern
'Carolinn # e\jvision Jof the Southern
Textile Association will be held at
North Carolina State College, Raleigh
next Friday, April 15, it is announced.
A program has been arranged for the
discussion of practical mill problems.
A large attendance is anticipated, es
pecially as the meeting is held in
oonnectlon with the State College
Textile Style Show.
T. W. Mullen, Roanoke Rapids, is
president of the association, and is
to preside. A number of Henderson
textile men arc expected to be in at
tendance at the convention.
EXPECT RAILROAD
TO FIX CROSSINGS
Repairs to the street crossings over
its main line tracks in this city are
to be made by the Seaboard Air Line
railroad in the near future. W. M.
Coffin, street superintendent, said he
had been informed by a railroad fore
man. No definite time for the start
of the work has been named. The
crossings, with one or two exceptions
are in very bad condition.
Dr. Adams To Lecture.
Dr. Raymond Adams, of Chapel Hill
Will address the Lecture Club on
Thursday. April 21 In the Episcopal
Parish House it was announced today
insteed of Thursday of this week, as
was generally thought. The mem
bers are requested to take note and
be pi-esen-t.
SOCIAL CONFERENCE
COVERS WIDE FIELD
Marriage, 'Movies, Short
Ballot on Program of
Durham Meeting
Marriage laws in North Carokua,
facta about legalized horse race bet
ting. blind booking of movies, the ad
vantages and dangers of the short
ballot and sound banking plans are
among the major topics to be reported
on at the twentieth annual meeting
of the Noitih Caiolina conference for
sociul service in Durham April 24 to
26.
Mrs. W. B. Waddill. welfare super
intendent of Vance county, is presi
dent of the conft rer*oe this year, and
will preside at the Dunham conven
tion. A number of others from this
city are expected to be In atlcn’dance
for a part of the meeting.
year the conference decided
that it wanted and needed authorita
tive information and_ data on the va
rious subjects on Which to base opin
ion and action and as a result called
upon outstanding citizens to investi
gate a wide variety of subjects relat
ing to social welfare. A number o *
the reports arc scheduled to be mad©
this year.
McAlister Chairman
A. W. McAlister of Greensboro, a
pioneer In social progress in this alatc
last year was named chairman of the
committee on research and agenda.
This group was authorized to select
the subjects for investigation, to ap
point sub-committees for the investi
gation of and to report to
the conference the results of the in
vestigations.
Other members of the committee are
Dr. W. C. Davison of Duke univer
sity; Miss Harriet L. Herring of th©
UnivereUy of North Carolina; S. H.
Hobbs. Jr., of the University of North
Carolina; W. C. Jackson of N. C. C.
W.; Dr. Clarence Poe of Raleigh;
Dean B. F. Brown of N. C. State col
lege; Dean D. D. Carroll of the Uni
versity of North Carolina; Miss Har
riett W. Elliott of North Carolina
College for women; Dr. C. B. Hoov
er of Duke university: Dr. A. S. Keis
ter. of North Carolina College for
Women; Miss Ethel Parker of Bates-
K ■psSj
BE
I H
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The little velvet case worn over
this pebbly white crepe evening
gown has • partel of black over
the left shoulder in front and over
the right shoulder behind.
Rich Widow to Wed Chauffeur
A romance ‘.hat began shortly after the death of her husband, two
years ago, will shortly be climaxed with the marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth
Muller, 68-year-old business woman of Philadelphia, to her chauffeur,
Everett Thompkiaa, 31. Mrs. Muller, reputed to be one of Philadelphia’s
wealthiest women, fell in love with Thompkins when she hired him to
drive her around to her extensive real estate holdings in the citv.
vllle: Dr. Clarence Poe editor of the
Progressive Farmer; D. B. Teague
of Sanford, and Lionel Weil of Golds
boro.
Reports C* mpleUd
The committee has found that the
following reports have been completed
and are ready to be given to the con
ference:
North Carolina’s Workman’s Com
pensation Act, prepared by Prof. H
D. Woif of the school of commerce
of the University of North Carolina.
Tuberculots Between the Ages of 19
and 40, prepared by Dr. L. B. Mc-
Brayer, secretary of the North Caro
lina Tuberculosis association.
Motor Vehicle Accidents and Ways
and Means of their Prevention, pre
pared by Prof. Hari-y Tucker of N. C.
State college
Facta as to Aur Marriage Laws and
Improvements Needed prepared by
Dr. W. L. Pot eat, president emeritus
of Wake Forej-4.
The Facts About Blind and Black
Booking of Moving lectures, prepar
ed by Mrs. Ada J. Davis of the de
portment of sociology of North Caro
lina College for Women.
Facts as to Legalizzed Race Track
Ectting, prepared by E. M. Perkins, o
the University of Noun Carolina law
school.
The Facts as to Elections and Our
North Carolina Election Lawn, and
Needed Changes, by B. H. Perry of
the committee on election laws.
Short Ballot
Faots as to the Short Ballot. Ad
vantages and Dangers, by Robert Fra
zier of Greensboro.
How is the Social Welfare Affected
by Our Unstable Money Sywte-m and
What is the Remedy? by Dr. Calvin
B. Hoover of Duke.
an a Sound Banking Plan Be De
vised That Save Depositors from
Loss? by John B. WoeWsey of the
school of commerce of the University
of North Carolina.
Rural schools and Primary Gradiv
by Miss Etta R Spier of North Caro
lina College for Women.
The Facts as to Child Labor in Ag
riculture. by Pnot. C. Horace Ham
ilton of N. C. State college.
Remits of Reducing Work Week foj
Women to 55 Hours, by Professor
Wolf of the University of North Caro
lina.
AROUND TOWN
No Marriage Licenses— No marriage
licenses were issued yesterday by the
re gistw of deeds.
Bullets Fire In Boxcar—ln recorder's
court today Marvin Dixon, Negro
FEEL FINE FOR 10'
Qakh relief hew keedeckc
, If you have a headache or eny of Ox
little, aageiny pains that make you feel
punk go to the drug store end esk for
Btenbeck. It will "pick you at once.
oJ 1 /.,], 1 '. A,k T° u . r druxxiet for
ETANBACK by name end tot what you
lit for.
youth who said he was from Durham
was charged with forcible trespass,
and sent to the roads for 60 days. He
was charged with having built a fire
in a box car or. the Seaboard Air
Line railroad. He said he was mere-
Like Baby Lindy
i
The strong resemblance of 17-
months-old William F. Curley, Jr.,
to the published pictures of the
kidnaped Lindbergh baby caused
Mama and Papa Curley a heap of
trouble in Santa Monica, Calif.
The Curley family had recently
arrived in California from New
York and an anonymous telephone
call to the police sent officers post
haste to their residence. Mr. and
Mrs. Curley produced a birth cer
tificate proving that little William.
Jr., was their own child.
Be Sure to Plant a Garden
This Year and
Be Sure You Plant
Fresh Seed
We have in stock all kinds and varieties
of FRESH SEED at prices 15 per cent to
20 per cent lower than last year.
Thomas-Culpepper Drug Co.
Phone 359
PAGE FIVE
CHURCH SOCIETIES
ANNOUNCEMENTS
1y trying to get warm and did not in
tend to do any damage.
Tried For Arnault—Willie Lee Price
wa« tried in police court today on a
charge of a&eauhing and cutting Fri
day Burtfon. bot|h Negroea. Price
pleaded guilty to an aaaauk. but was
found guilty of »n aattauK with a dead
ly weapon and was fined $lO and oorts
and given six months in jail, with
leave, the jail term not to become ef
fective on condition of good behavior
and keeping the peace for two years.
Two Realty |>©©d»— j n one of the
two real estate deeds filed yedterday in
the office of the register of deed*. A.
O. Hedgepeth conveyed to Alice Wood
lief Hedgepeth for $1 and other con
siderations two tracts of land. 30 1-4
and 96 acres, respectively, both in
KittreH township In the other deed
R. G. KittreH. commistrioner. sold to
Henry Boykins property on Hamilton
street for S7B.
DISTRICT GOVERNOR
VISITS HONS CLUB
Hugh G. Mitchell, Statep?* %
ville, To Speak to Club
This Evening
District Governor Hugh M. Mit
chell. of Statesville, of the 31st dis
trict of Lions International, will ad
dress the local Lions club tonight at
its regular meeting in the basement
of the First M. E. church. This Is
the first visit of District Governor
Mitchell to the local club since Its
organization. He will address the club
on the work of the Lions organiza
tion, It is thought, and a program has
been arranged for this meeting to
night suitable for the occasion.
The father of John Harvard, after
whom the great university was named,
was an English butcher.
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