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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES STRING By MR* J. R. MIXON Give us the earths whole heart but once to know But once to pierce the secret of the Spring. Give u* our fill, .so wn at rod may, gv> Into the Mar lean sky unmurmur ing Gold l«rhU the beckon of the dusky wav. Where land thiough the day The lamp-IM leave*, the maddeuinc .tir> of May. The unsteady way* of living. dark and bright. Give n- of these, and we are bleat in truth: The wandering foot, the keen, un flagging zewt. One h the glorious worlds eternal \ oof h. Os il! that Is. and Is not. find and hc-f. Ah von deoire. our Mn.Ueticd years to mar! Troubled we turn and listen un rrlcH.-ed, Tc> music of a revel held afar. Evasive echoes of a distant feast. In Burlington and Durham. Mi and Mrs. J. C. Cooper spent Tuesday in Burlington and Durham. Here foe Funeral. Mr and Mrs. Akers. Mrs. Fannie Manning and William Manning, ail of Roanoke Rapid*, were in the city yesterday to attend the funeral of Professor J. T. Alderman. VICKS COUGH DROP ... All you’ve hoped for in a C -eh Drop medicated with ingredients of a ii aii£* W Vapoßub Spring Is Here^^ ROSE’S 5-10 & 25c STORE Steps to the front with everything necessary for a spring Clean-Up This Is Clean-Up and Paint-Up Week I’iiiut-. ••tianiels, all Curtain rod* 10 ami 25c colors 10 and 25c Enameled soap dislies, .. 10c I 'a in! Imislies 10 and 25c f J Towel bars 10c Cedar oil polish, .. 10 and 25c Screw drivers 10c l’"lisltinjr wax 25c ~ r Al I Here’s the Best Value Transform Old Shoes £j jl n America! IL St ick-oti rubtier’slioe soles, cfcrtf- s li<ic d.\c 10c plde with cement, only pr. 10c h>l polish paste 10c They stick, ami stick loti}*, will V'iviicli dressing 10c f /////u fit any shoe, and Mill they Rubber heels, pair 10c jfl/ffi/ wear! Try a pair or two, save l.adies and Men’s leather the old shots. For 10c you can soles, pair 10c have new soles. A Notion Counter Full of Necessities for Spring Sewing V .'.||..s ami pins, paper 5c Snap fasteners. 2 cards in* * ' *tton thread, 2 spools 5c Elastic. 2 yards . «>e up to 10c yd. ' "itun. silk or mercerized thread, spool, 5c Bias tape, fast eoloift, 10<>-up Mumbles 5c licit slide and buckle ... ,10c s > issois 10 and 25c IVarl buttons, card 5c Hilt safety pins, 50 for 5c Button anti slide sets 10c 1 — ■ i ~n - i. For Those Too Busy to Sew, We Offer Unusual Values In f Ready-Made Garments Ihtinly baby dresses Little girls’ panly dresses 25c and 49r (•iris' flop bats 29c Boys' caps 25c (Jiris' pajamas 49c (.•iris' all wool sweater blouses * 49c A new touch for the Home—Stunning, black glass vases and bowls with silver decoration ... -25 c Keep the insects from plant beds with Moth Balls, lb. 10c Thrift Motor Oil, 2 gallon cans - - - SI.OO Pure 100 per cent Parafin base, 99 per cent carbon free Aviation grade. ROSE’S 5, io & 25c STORES STORES IN 61 TOWNS /: SOCIETY NEWS /; TELEPHONE - 610 ::::::: : HOUSE # A. It TO 12 NOON r~. K ?Tj - p . „ v „| r— -- - Savej the Da* !-1 : By PAUL ROBINSON kasjust fHiscA«3 S £ M wfto‘!fe G [ ivlhno cdt— m gosQ otoF 1 ) i’■ v |j||4l I ’ I a Iks Are Heard At Mission Meet The Maria Parham Missionary So ciety of the First Baptist church held its regular meeting at the church Monday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock. The attendance was very good, consider ing the inclement weather. The meeting opened with a song and prayer Mrs. VV. w. Parker led the devotional* in a very impressive manner from the 6th chapter of Galatians. Mrs. J. C Stainback the leader, in a few fitting words introduced the topic: "Heroines of the Cross," after which an interesting program follow ed. Mrs. J. G. Faulkneh aviator, who had been invited to participate in the program, made a talk on "Herolnet of the Cross," telling the true stories of heroines, not only of the past, but those who are serving today and who are just as truly heroines of the cross. Mis* Frances Harrison then sang HENDERSON. (N. C..T DAILY DISPATCH. THURSDAY APRIL 14, IMS very sweetly. "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone.” Mi*. T. H. Weldon, of New Bethel church, another speaker for the oc casion. made a most interesting talk of “Heroines Among Foreigners and the Mountain Sections." She told briefly of the life and work of several outstanding women whose secrificial service made them true heroines. She closed with a bit of her own personal experience as teacher in the moun tains of our State, the Joy of this ser vice was an Inspiration to her life and to us as she related it, for we realized how God blesses our smal lest service done In his name. The program closed with prayer by Mrs. Ellis. The routine business was then transacted and good personal service reports were read. The hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. J. R. Singleton. Mrs. W. K. Phil lips and Mrs. J. L. Claiborne. The social hour was enjoyed and many expressions of appreciation to the visitors for the enjoyable pro gram presented by them.—Reported. Zeb Vance Seniors And Faculty Are Entertained by Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Parham By MISS KUBY SMITH. On Thursday evening, from eight to eleven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Parham charmingly entertained mem bers of the senior class and the fa culty. of Zeb Vance high school at their lovely country home Hender son, Route 4. The living room and dining rooms were thrown cn suite for the occasion and attractively decorated in ivy. and peach blossoms in baskets. Pink tulle with class motto. “Climb Tho' The Sue Kelly Group Guests on Monday Miss Loyce Blalock and Miss Ruby Faulkner were hostesses to the Sue Kelly Missionary Society Monday evening at the home of Miss Blalock on Young street. The meeting was opened by the leader. Miss Bennett Tyler. A song was sung, followed by the Lord's Prayer. Miss Tyler then made an in teresting talk on “Heroines of the Cross.” Another song was kung by the so ciety and Mrs. Wood read the Scrip ture. The minutes of the last meeting were read and business' discussed. At the close of the meeting, Peggy Parker delighted the society with sev eral recitations, after which the hostesses served an ice course fol lowed by nuts and mints. Shaw Philatheas Met Last Monday The Shaw Phllathca class of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. C. C. Shaw Monday evening at S o'clock, with a large attendance. Mrs. M. G. Davis presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. K. H. Patterson, who was in. The meeting was opened with the singing of the Philalhea song. Mrs. Fuller led in prayer. A short business session followed, with the usual reports. The following committees were'ajr pointed for this month Door. Mrs. Clyde Hight, and Mrs. R. L. Wester; sick. Mi*. M. C. Capps and Mrs. George FFinch; room. Mrs. W. H. Hester and Mrs. E. B Wilkcrson; per sonal service, Mrs. C. E. Page and Mrs. J. F. Mills teachers. Mrs. A. J. Byrd, Mrs. John Milne u'ld Mrs. Rob inson. The hostesses then put on several very amusing features of entertain ment. The first, a song contest, con sisted of a number of duels. Mrs. F. E. Pinnell won first prize, which was presented by Mrs. W H. Kimball The hag race was quite amusing, after which Miss Miriam Pinnell de lighted all prtst id t>> several l ead ings rendut.d ir, most attr.jct vc manner. A suit case no-mot v list followed, and Mrs. C, H. Gilliland won the prize which was presented by Mrs. .I* E. Cansler. The hostesses. Mesdames C. C. Shaw, R. M. Hawkins. J. G. Tolson, and L. E. Cansler. served refresh ments, an ice course with cake and salted nuts. The social hour was greatly enjoyed. Guest of Aunt Here. Miss Dorothy Seymore, of Rich mond, Va.. is in the city sending some time with her aunt, Mrs. E. Y. Wilson, on winder street. Returns to Warrewton. Mrs. Edmund White, of Warrenton. has returned to her home after being the guest of Mrs. R. B. Powell on Charles street. Return from Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gary and lit tle daughter- Julia Thomas Gary', have returned from Columbia, S. C., where they accompanied Mr. Gary, who attended a Federal land bank meeting in that city. Last Week Here Come In B Today H N B. Thomas Old Stand M Your Last Chance Rocks Be Rugged." in letters of green, was draped between the french doors. The beautifully appointed dining table was covered with a handsome lace cloth, and a green bowl of pink isweet peas (the class flowerl sur rounded by green candlesticks hold ing unshaded pink tapers, formed the centerpiece. A number of games were played during the evening. One contest was RKHNAL OIP flft $Am 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRI., SAT., APRIL 14, 15, 16 Z~\N special occasions during the year we ffer _ ___ ___ a '“'many of these items at prices lower than kJmBEi Es ET Ml I | the regular list price. ■ »W I At no time, however, do we offer any of this _ s . _. _ . / merchandise at such rock bottom prices as we CKT a! Alm, fl^ft are offering on this One Cent Sale. ■ ▼▼ Wl 1118 m Candy and Pure Food items are offered on this sale at tremendously low prices but are not sold on the One Cent Sale Basis. W V’lf jS W 2| I C ■ No Limit Buy All You Want . . -■ .A.*,- ■ - . JY • * VICTORIA I 90c ipaim T«olh Paste, 2 fur . 51c Hot Watar Bottla 35c .Jasmine Vanishing ('ream, 2 for 4 A 1 2 qt. rapacity. fiOc FruaUlla Brushb-** Shave. * for 51r. T Molded one piece. s ® c sh » ri iVrTume. 2 for Mr. 25c Baking Chocolate, 2 for 2Ac 2 for $1.51 40c Pure Vanilla Extract, 2 for 41c $1.60 Three Mower* Tluiiet Water. 2 fur $1.51 tx A. «>4 cI••* $1 00 Jasmine Fare Powder, 2 for $1 01 Mi 3 1 solution "Mouth Testad" —^^^ Antiseptic mouth Ha §1 B a | that docs what it should. Pint 2 for 60c SI.OO Bouquet Ramee Face 35c Midnight Talcum 2 far Ma Powder . . .2forSl.*l . ’ 2Sc Rekalf Cold Cream • IPEPTONA 75c Duska Creams . 2 for 7«e 2 for Mm far NEW STRENGTH 50c J°" teel CrMUTI » . 2 for Sic 25c Re»H Tar Shampoo St.mulate. appetite, a.ds 75c L.lac Vegetal (Harmony) Soap ... Z for digestion. Enriches 2 for 7fe 75e Rexall Theatneal CoM blood. 75c Medicated Skin Soap Cream ... 2 for m $,.00 n . 2 for 2Se 15e Rexall Toilet Soap Each 2 lOr )| a ol 50c Mi 31 Shaving Cream 2 for IS* ■ - 2 for Sle 25c Rexall Tooth Paste ’ 50c Midnight Face Powder * 2 for Sle 50c Riker’a Ilaaol. . 2 for Sle Milk of Magnesia j SBRI A spoonful at night wm- Jasmine Face Lotion. 2 for 61c Ill'll mc * nl brighter dajrg. llulj 50e Q f .4 $1 .(Hi Hoycr I'wc I'uwdrr, 2 for SI 0L 2 TOT SIC $2.. r jo Shari Far« I'owiter, Z far 52.51 25e Jot.iison s Kai.y Powder. 2 for 26c 25c f'olgau's Talc Asst , 2 for . 26c f Sanitary Napkins ~ V Kh ’“ ,,4 - ,£ Ti *"'**• 2 f,,r ** , . 25c Lister!ne Tooth Paste. 2 for 26c | More absorbent. Form fitting. Sanitary. ______________— sv 2 for 36c EHBBEH2HS Q ‘Pu/vftfsZ~ SI.OO Agarex. Comp. 69c Aspirin, 100’a . 2 for 7*o Mirrr-il rtSI or Plain . . 2 for 51.91 jqc Boric Acid Powder Ift Wlinerai CJll SI.OO Beef, Wine and Iron 2 for 21* Tasteless, odorless. 2 for sl.Ol 25c Castor Oil. 3 o*. 2 for 2S* |PH| internal 25c Cedar Chest Compound SI.OO Cod Liver Oil f!6 o«.) Hit aanot 2 for vn , r M 1“ llfißl r* f rvw 25c Foot Powder . . 2 for 26c Soc Extract Caacara Arom. ~ 2 for St 0t n 50c Laxative Salt 2 for 51e Infants ... 2 for 2Se Ml 31 25c Little Liver Pills 2 for 26e 25c Mercurochrome 2 for 2Se Drntal Paste SI.OO "93” Hair Tonic 2 for SLftl 2>c Soda Must VPI- whiten* teeth and 25c Spring Taba . . 2 for 2fe 20c Spirits Camphor, 1 on. neutralizes decay acids. 35c Hinkle Case. No. 3 2 for 21e SoeT«i*« 1 100’s; . . . 2 for 36c 25r Tincture lodine. 2 for 2Se SI for 51c | 1 LIGGETT *5 j ;«><■ Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste. 2 fur 40c CllOCOlateS s<k- Astringounl Tooth Paste, 2 for 51c $1.66 Cara Nome Vanishing Cream, 2 lor sl.Ol Famous delicious l3c Bath Sonp, 2 for l«e chocolates. *»c C‘hor»»late Peppermints, * lb*. 56c 10c Colgate* Bath Soap, 2 for Jlc 2 Q<| 45c Prophylactic Tooth Brushes, 2 for 46c j Parker’s Drug Store i Only om§ Storm* con conduct tho Original One Cant Sale held, and the prize, a novelty hat bruah, was won by Linvllle Watkins. Delicious refreshments were served to the guests in three courses as fol lows; Fruit Course: Fruit Cup. Salad Course: Chicken Salad. Sal tines, Pickles, Sandwiches and Cof fee. Ice Course: Pink and green Ice cream. Individual cakes, Iced in pink with 1932 in green. Favors were. huttnnalrcH of sweet peas and fern, and pink and green baskets filled with green mints. The hostess presented miniature corsages, to Misses Alice White, and Winifred Dosier. high school faculty members. PAGE FIVE CHURCH BOCXETIXO ANNOUNCEMENTS New Wonderful Face Powder Prevent* l.urj»(‘ Pores— Stays on Longer For a youthful complexion, use new wonderful MELIA)-GLO Face Powder. Hides tiny lines, wrinkles and porea. New French process make* it spread more smoothly and otay on longer. No more shiny noses Purest face powder known. Prevents large pore*. Ask today for new, * enderful face powder. MELLO-GLO, that auks ev4ry com plexion. Parker's Drug Store.—Adv.