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SERMON GIVEN AT 2D VANCE FINALS Or. A. C. Reid, of Wake Fore*!, Preached Sunday To Close This Week b» mis* hi hi On Simmy morning. May 9. at eleven o'clock was given the bac calaureate sermon, of Zeb Vance high school In the school auditorium, as fol Mfrs PVoeweslonsl. “Rejoice Ye Pure In Heart High School Chorus and j Senior Class. Hytnn. 'Come Thou Almighty j Kin#/ by Congregation. Duet. "Abide With Me." Alice Hight 1 and Manue Ruth Stainback. Anthem. "Jesus. The Very Thought of Thee," High School Chorus. Prof A. R Reep introduced Dr. A C Reid, of Wake Forest College, who delieverd the sermon of the m«m*tng Dr Reid took his text from ♦he Fifth chapter of Matthew. “Ye Are the Salt of The Earth." In his | mi re age he named four means by | which we miy employ ourselves for j Christian service, namely: That of; Intellectual Integrity; Correct Inter pretation of Man: Right Motives; and j To Our Master. The following exercises will be tea- I lured this week ■•today evening. May 9. 9 p. m. j Music Recital bv pupils of Miss 1 IMen Kimball. Wednesday evening. Slav 11. 8 p.. m Recitation-Declamation Contest, i Thursday evening. May 12. 8 p. m. J Chts Day Exercises. Friday evening. May 13. 8 p. m. ffjterarv address by Dr. John Tate | Lanmng. of Duke University. ■dfshals Walter Finch. chief; •atfiuel Coghill. Allen Oill. Hilda Huff. EldrMge Singleton. and Hazel Wood ltef. Mrs. A. C. Husketh. and children. Janie. Mary Joe. and 1.-jc-He Plum mer; and Miss Docile Eli- were visi tors in Raleigh. on las' Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Bills had as her guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellis, of Warrenton. Mr and Mrs. H A *’<»• due' and children. Mary Ellen, and H. A. Jr., and Miss Ada Woodlief. visited Mrs. J. W. Rogers, near B< bbitt. on Sun day. Mi-*s r*hyllh» Smith, ace inipnrteri by Mias Du r o‘.by Branch, of Henderson, spent Bui di / with fuemls at Plne ridge near Zebu ion Mrs B T. Woodlief, had as visitors on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Woodlief, of Henderson. Miss Flortne Smith, was the week end guest us Mias Norine Anderson, at Stovall. Dr A. C. Raid, of Wake Forest College, was the dinner guest at the I Zeb Vans? Teacherage, on Sunday. Miss Ha Mae Grissom, of Route 2. ft' a visitor on Sunday, of her cousins. Misses Selma and Earline Woodlief. Miss Grace Conyers, and Sam 1 Bruadweil. of Durham, were visitors I Us Miss Conyers' cousins. Misses Mil-1 drefl and Nellie Lane, on Sunday. j Winston Woodlief. was a visitor of j friends in Louisburg, Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Whitley, had as her visitor on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mass of Henderson. Misses WtlHe Gee. and Elizabeth Nelson, visited relatives in Henderson, during the past week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Freeman, and children. Fannie Xtae. and Robert, spent ftanday near Wilton, with Mr. Freeman's son, Leonard Freeman. ■tss Odessa Massey, of Wilson’s Mills, who is tcaenfhg at Benson, was a visitor on Sunday afternoon, at the 2eb Vance Teacherage. G. S Towlei, of Btaanton, Va.. visit ed relatives here Sunday. The soil of Cuba Is so rich and ftNlie. in many places 30 feet deep, that one planting of cane w>H bear from 12 to 20 years without reptanf in* BIG SISTER Men's Affairs , - TmFRE Ti-*G VGO , DhtD XVfsiD BUDDY, ALL ' IF VT WAtSNI*T "THAT 3 O FfeCL. 3fe"TH DQESjNj T 7505PCCT A\ i LOADED OOWM \MiTH ROPE AMD H<E A.KI OLD SMOOPY TO “Tv-UkXw tSOUOG , OKI EARTWCAM FOLLOW AlOM<3> *rD A. -6URPRIYE l Bns \ J- ourvMßM.owimrff w&wmt.wvgoo ft 5° p \ _ . DOYUNi . WAS AKJV OF <VW ©USIW€SS • 'S ' F GETTiMGThAT I THE CUMPS—WHY O WHY, nYO TAKE A R63T* LL- rF YOU Mff 4*. MGISES >KRfOUMth 1 4 TRYING Y© ~ ( 'TWR*i TO St - OOSY ( ] gok ONtR AN MOUR 1 H f \ ) **Y THE »tL.L RlN4s»> UG DOORS AhlO DRORPIN6,] \ OR W MANY / S, /SdYoJtSp OF ALL THAT GtAf “ / \ *IN<» ? ) i •• • 8 ..jk* , , «Mk prje ,<i m Vifrri f \3Wk3iV. k y| ¥? IPPIPP: Maurice Chevalier and Ernst Lubitsch, the director, on the set for “One Hour With You”, a Paramount Picture Stevenson Theatre Thursday and Friday Recent Books Include Several New Authors Among the new books which have ( been jolded to the shelves of the H. ! Leslie Pe.i v Memorial Library there j are >ev»ial new authors represented; is well as authors who already hn\ e :ii inthusiastic public. Warwick Deeping is one who seldom ms.ippoints his readers. A number us I his cldei novels have recently been i featured as new books. "Old Win ll j and New" is a new novel which he j has jiisi completed. Our critic says.j "Old Wine and New’ probes close to the heart of the fundamental pro blems of living that we ail must somDme face. In these trying times more than ever before. Mr. Deeping's beaut ful philosophy of love, courage Kid compassion will be am inspiration to ail who read his deeply moving story." Those who enjoyed Sophie Kerr's thoroughly human story “In For A Penny" will be delighted with her 'Girl Into Woman." Cora, the ap pealing heroine is a type of Amer ican woman breaking away from Am ericar, traditions. She achieved her independence in the days before wo ma n suff rage. "Speak Easily" by Clarence Budlng fon Kelland is a light and entertain ing novel showing how guilassness can work miracles. Ijove. finance, accident, injury and death all play their part in depicting a character controlled by a great ideal in Llovd C. Douglas’ "Magnificent Obsession." John Owen a new English novlist has written a beautiful and absorb ing stoiv "Running Footman or The Sentimental Servant." John Deere enters the service of liord Biingle a-- >i running footman. His duty is to t un before his lord’s coach on any and i all occasions. The beauty of the world is suddenly revealed to him in a mem | ber of the household above him in .- tation. In “lthuriel’s Hour" Mrs. Joanna Cannon Ins drawn the fnscinßti'V and frightful picture of a murderer. A man of fifty, u sporting English gentleman, sets out to climb an un sealed peak o fthe Himalayas to be come famous. Margaret Deland has written aro matic and moving tale "Captain Ar cher’s Daughter." It is the stiry of | Captain Archer, a considerable fig | ure in Bowport, on the New England cOßisf. and his beavftfful, unwordly daughter. Off the coast of Georgia lie seven sea islands of great beauty, which for | over three hundred years have shar ed in the romance and the struggle , which make up American history. In ■ Caroline Cnuper Lovell’s "Golden Isles , of Georgia' the history and tradition of these islands survive, i Paul Cohen-Portheim has given an HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCn, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1952 accurate and discriminating picture of England in his “England, the Un known Isle." He gives witty judg ments of pluces men and things df up-to-date England which will bring forth discussion. “Told At the Explorers Club" is a book of adventure on land and sea and In the air. Thirty three worid renowed explorers, men who have overcome countless hardships in bat tle with men, beast and Nature, have l searched through their memories and have here recounted the adventures they thought most iiiterestlng. Gertrude Atherton’s "Adventures of a Novelist” is the story of a womans who was always ahead of her time, whose lively imagination and personal glamor made the great men and wo men of the world seek her. has all the elements of her own books: drama, comedy, satire and infinite charm. If her own story' reads like fiction. It is because no novelist could Invent a heroine more Interesting than Gertrude Atherton herself. FELLOWSHIP AWARDS AT DUKE ANNOUNCED Durham, May 10. —Fifty-two fellow ships and scholarships awarded for the academic year 1932-33 are an nounced by Dean W. H. Glasson of the Duke university graduate school. Those receiving the awards, which range in value from $350 to SI,OOO, were chosen from approximately 960 applicants from throughout the Unit ed States and abroad. The total vulue is approximately $30,000. Herbert F. Wright, of urham, is winnPr of the Angier Duke memorial fellowship of SI,OOO, the most valu able of those awarded. He is a grad uate of Nebraska Wesleyan univer sity and of the University of Cincin , nati. During the past year he has held a fellowship in psychology' at Duke, specializing in child psychology He will continue his work for the Ph D. degree in the department of psy chology next year. | AROUND TOWN No Police Court—No session of the police court was held today, the only case on the docket being continued un til Wednesday for trial. Farm Land Sold—ln the only deed filed yesterday In the office of the j :egister of deeds W. G. Bramham and T. L. Bland, receivers, conveyed to i the North Carolina Joint Stock Land i Bank 72.20 acres of land in WiHiams * boro townf*hip for SI,OOO. DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R. J. Scott OuTsTamdinq Happenings IN-THE. APMINIST'RAT'IOMS oF Oil P. -fU IFt PP- E-’S I DEJ+f" teoi % mm JOHN MARSHALL IS APPOINTED yjg V** \ SHlfcF OUS<ICE-“PAPLTV MEVOLLfTIOM 9T '(§/' t SV WHICH I’Ht REPUBLICANS > T I 01 S PLACE THE- FEDERALISTS— war vj iTh Tripoli o«oi-iBc6) 1802 SPAIN WITHDRAWS The- RIOHTuP DEPOSIT ftr WE.W ORLEAHS B^^| Jlf lOUISI IS PURGHASEJJ JV W . ' M TBUi 1 1 FRANCE FOR ♦ 15, 000 ,000 ' \ ‘ i, .. mßm OHIO ADMITTED ADOPTION of THE AMENDHEn u- \ ?.. KF HAMILTON KILLED in A DUEL BY AAROM i A M BURR- LEWIS AND OLARIC JIV AM EAPEDITIOM C l«o4~ r«oL'> J CONSPIRACY oF AARON BURR (JfOPI Yoiy JBm FAILURE IMPEACHMENT 1806 x EUROPEAN "cONTi NENT/'>L | B ' SYSTEM ' BWINC DI ST ON I A AMERICAN SHIPPERS ..a >fo 1801 EMBARGO PASSED- '\ K AFFAIR- CONGRESS 1 jano l arT'| DE / as t». hi**. served Tw^-ffejst-n iftoi- iftoa THE OLD HOME TOWN u s By STANLEY Do You TM)MK IM \ I A « Hl— (^OYrt'To STAMD OVER ; — f MAW,WHEN j \ A WOT STOVB All j - ; \suMMEie To Cook- cat * J FOR. THAT - BUNCH OF / Vgsry^E^gnvgjfl m T»NC&" 6D WDRQLERS, BROTMFR . WAS COME To LIVE j V\MTH HIM, EVIfN THE SIDE PORCH B To € I SAG* UN>DEI& STRAIN '*• (?) L*« W. St*nl«T C«rtklll Pm»; Dispatch Advertising Pays Dtepatch WANT ADS Get Results FOR RBN i ! furnlthed or unfurnished S °°c u P«*l by Mrs L C Gooch?* mediate possession, phone 38 or -W 'WANTED: A SECOND "hav, large child’s bed. Mur, b . condition and reasonable call , OTJ" O C. Wf FOR SALE TURKEY j moth Bronae, two fr 25c Mrs cu? F Crvws, Hou’j'4. Hendenon N <* j 10-11 j ' TRY FULLER S BERVICE STATION for ex-pert ampmobile tiervice at every kind including repairs A i | work guaranteed satisfactory sell tires, tubes and batteries AIJ battery repairing. 1 wanted cheap for ~ cash Kiddie Koop must be in good eo dltion. Apply at Dispatch Office 19KD CAR BARiiAivT 1930 Chevrole! Sport Coupe $295 oij 1928 Pontiac Ccupe, $l5O 00 i 1928 Ford Coach $135 00 192 x Oakland Sedan slsoon 1927 Chevrolet Sedan S6O W 1927 Pontiac Sedan $95 00 MOTOR SALES(o Phaiir 832 Mf PUT IN YOUR ORDER FOR HOME grown potato plants Plenty tomato plants at H. B. Newman. J H WlHierson or L. H Evans Btoi-- Call home for large quanlitte j Phone 3302 E. M. Newman. 9-3 i, FOR SALE -ONE SLIGHTLY ÜBED enah register dheap Albtigt. • Store. HMn FOR SALE AT REAL BARGAIN i pHcea twelve used doors, two mir f ror doors, five merchandise dispb, r tables and one iron safe HewM son Auction House. 4-6 ti | QuIIITY DRY CLEANING AT LOW prices for this week j ISro wool suits dry cleaned . 75; One wool suit dry cleaned ... stx i One woo] auk and one hat 75: One piece plain dress 5w Phone 464 VALET CLEANING CO. I LmoCERY STORES. FISH DEAL ping paper. Uee old newspapers - era and markets save on your wrap Get a big bundle at the Daily Da patch office lot 10c. 2!-m ' THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NuW ON sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefftrson Case. Henderson Candy Kitftiec snd Wiggins Drug Store. You may te nure a copy from any of theee place* at the regular price of sc. 29-tt STATE ACCREDITED BABY Chicks every Wedneseday Reds rocks, white WyandoUs, white Leg horns. Get my reduced prices be fore buying. Special attention to custom hatching Rober'son Poul j try Farm. Route No. 1, Henderson I Phone 2103. Tues and Fri ts Everyone must have a trade- aht ik« •take yours PRINTING. The Printing industry offers exceptional wages lu- ArudUon availaMa, Monotype, key boars < and caster, linotype, Hand compoMtioc ! ind Preaswork on modern presses | Mill Information write the POUHEH> SCHOOL OF PRINTING at 1514 l» I MMR St., Nashville, Term SALE CfF VALUABLE FARM PHOPERTV Under and by virtue of the author ity conferred upon us in a deed of truet executed by Stewart Faucet*, un married on the 28th day of January. : 1928 and recorded In Book 127, Page I 235, we will on Ssturtfey the 2fei h day of May 1932 12 o'clock noon at i the Court House door in Henderson, i N. C., Vance County, sell at public | auction for cash to the highest bidder 1 the following land to-wit Begin at a stone, W. N. Ellington corner In James Amos line and run | thence along Arnos line S. 3 W. 19 50 i chains to Amos corner in Souther ; land line; thence N. 88 1-2 W. 4 <7 1 chains to a birch on Weavers Creek , Southerland corner; thence up said creek N. 23 1-2 W 4.50 attains M mouth of a branch; thence up said branch and old run of said branch, N 72 W. 225 chains N 7 E. 1.60 chain* to a stake, W N. EJHington corner. , thence 8 88 E 221 chain* to be i ginning, containing 33 1-2 acre? SECOND TRACT Begin at W N : Ellington's corner in Eugene Thorne # line and run thence along Ellington ] line S. 88 E. 19 60 chains to Elling- I ton corner; thence S 2 1-2 W. 13 03 chains to a branch 4 feet bayond a sione; thence up the meanders of said branch W. 080 chains N. 76 1-2 W 0.88 chains N. 61 W. 125 chains N I «fi W. 076 chains N 68 -1-2 W 125 chains S. 88 1-2 W 150 chains S 76 W. 160 chains N. 67 W. 1 -N» chains N. 69 W. 1 50 chains N 62 j W. 3 26 chains N. 64 W. 2 00 chain? N. 88 W. 0.75 chain* S. 70 W. 0 25 ; chains 8. 64 W. 0 56 chains to Mrs Redding Perry’s line on the branch; thence along Mrs. Perry's line N 1 1 2 1 E. 3 chains to a stone; thence N -1-2 W. 2.86 chains to a Mone. corner iof Mrs. Perry’j original track and ! school house lot and Eugene Thorne I corner; thence riong old mill pafh N 2 1-2 E. 7.50 chains to place of be ! ginning, containing 21 M aefes. This sale is made by reason of the failure df Stewart Faucetl to pay ° and discharge the indebtedness fc cured by said deed of trust. A deposit of 10 per cent will be U quired from the purchaser »t the •® le This the 28th day of April, 1932. W G. BRAMHAM ATI- BLANP Receivers for F.rst Nwtional Compa n > of Durham. Inc, Trustee formed First National Trust Co DurbA»- N. C.