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ASSOCIATED AND CENTRAL TRESS SERVICE
Expect FURTHERPfiOGRESS ; IN DRIVE REPORTED About $15,000 More Need * ed Today, It was Announced MEETING TO BE HELD Worker* To Gather Monday Night At Bank, by Which Time It la Hoped Necessary Capital Stock Will Be Had With only $15,000 needed to put the campaign over, workers in the cam -pnign to finish selling the necessary stock for the reorganization of the First National Hank will hold another meeting Monday evening at the bank. In the expectation that the entire amount desired will have heen sub ierlbed by that time Further pro gress was reported today by the coni Uuttee, members of which were op timistic that the task could be com "pleted. or virtually so. by Monday night j . While the committees have been making calls on prospective pur- i chasers of stock u was urgently re quested that any, individual who had not been approached and would buy aome of the stock tome in at the bank and sign for whatever amount can be bought One thousand shares of stock ate being sold, the par value of which Is SIOO. making SIOO,OOO, but the stock la being sold at a price of $l2O. so as to create a surplus at the outset. Which will put the hank in much stronger position According to te porta today, approximately $105,000 of ! the amount had been disposed of. Workers are .still active on the job. and with high hopes of being able to report success by Monday night if possible. HOSPITAL’S CUiSS WILL BE HONORED Bali at Country Club Wed nesday Evening; Three To Graduate A ball in honor of the nurses who I will graduate fi >m Maria Parh>.m hospital this spring will be given at \\>«t End Country Club on next Wed nesday evening, beginning at 10 o’clock, it was learned today. Cards have been issued to the group in vited to attend. r This yesrs class numbers -three iVirses. Misses Myra Ellington. Annie j (jjrren Capps and Emily Finch. No i special exercises will be held, it is , learned, but the certificates will be ( given to the young ladies on the com pletion of their courses The ball on next Wednesday even ing will be the only function of the occasion, so far as has been learned. Admission to that will be by card only according to announcement. Invitations as follows have been malted The Staff of the Maria Parham hospital request your presence at their annual ball. Wednesday evening. May 25. 1932. at 10 p m. West End Country Club. “R. 3. V. P. not latei than May 24. Miss Winnifred Bradley. H vndt-mon N C" Cards enclosed read as follows Annual Ball. West End Country club. Henderson. N. C. Wednesday, May 25, 10 p. npr Admission by card only.” Mrs. I-eckic 111. Mr*. H M Leckle Is 111 at her home on Charles street. It was learned to day. Mins Oratory Contest. Davidson. May 21— John E. Rich ards. of Liberty Hill. 3. C.. was de clared the winner in the oratorical contest recently held at Davidson and received a medallion In recognition of his forensic ability. We Write all forms of INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Liability, Compensation, Plate Glass, Use and Oc cupancy, Rents, Bonds, etc. Only strong stock companies represented. Let us assist you in securing the proper protection for your property. Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. Phone 139-J 'MI Bank Capital To Be Sold By Monday Night CURTIS PONDERS PLIGHT IN JAiL i a fxt Charged with giving false infor mation, which carries a sentence of thref years in prison, or $3,000 fine, upon conviction, John H. Curtis, Norfolk, Va., shipbuilder, sat in a county Jail at Floming ton. N. J., in default of SIO,OOO WHS MEETING IS AT TOWNSVILLE Varied Program Greatly En joyed by Members; P. T. A. Serves Dinner Foitowing a cu?x:n of several weeks ; Unding of hoicking its meetings at ru ;ai schools, the Kiwanis c4ub Friday vening had its weekly luncheon meet ing at Townsville, with the Parent reach sr Association there serving the •neat. The program for the evening was in charge of Miss Helen Kimball, who is pianiri for the club, H. M. Rob .n.on and Dr. T. S. Roywte-r. The olub went on record unani mously as favoring the reopening of 1 the First National Bank and voted 1 .ts moral support to i«ie undertaking One of the stumts of the evening was five questions propounded by five far mers of the Townsville community to. Mve members of the Kiwanis club i el - to farming, and in turn fiv<[ questions by Kiwanis members to the live fqfrneTs about city activities. The answers were amusing and entertain Ing. Solo darters wore given by Miss Sylvia LougMin and Mias Margaret Faria, and the two and. Miss Janie Huekedh gave a number together. A duet was sung by Mias Kimball and Mrs. W. B. Tarry, and Mrs. Tarry a Iso an ng a solo. J. W. Sanders, county farm agent. Spoke briefly on the recent organisa tion of chapters of the National Grange in Vance county, giving the Kiwanis members much infornwitton on the subject they did not know. Anther feature of the meeting was a quartet furnished by four members of the alub Who are candidates for public office in the coming primary elec tion. These were John B. Crudup. H. M. Rob; neon. T. S. Kdtlrell and J. E. Hamlet. The club will have its annual ladies night on next Friday in the Pari«h how*- of Holy Innocents Episcopal cTmrdh. Attendance at Ihe Townsville meet ing was reported as 91 percent of the enrolment Batlg Bespatrij bail. A crowd of 2,000 persons was at the jail when Curtis, the man who deceived Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and authorities in the search for the kidnaped baby, nr rived with the state trooper above. FACULTY OF U. N.C. ACCEPTS ITS cu rs (Continued from Page One.) ling In” with the best of spirit, renltz ing that conditions generally corh ;ielled the State to make the reduct ion in expenses that It has. “For more than two weeks I have aken pains to ascertain in a quiet vay just what the campus state of .lind is on this matter of salary uts,” Dr. E. C. Ryanson, head of the •epartment of Rural Social Econo mics, wrote this correspondent in a tcent tetter. “My conclusion is that mong 200 or more faculty members here .only throe are in a state of re bellion or revolt against the salary ruts. “On the contrary, most of the fa culty members are impressed with he serious problems of bonded In iebtedness, tax rates, debt service, twindling revenues and impending 'ankruptcles both within the State >nd the nation at large. It is im lossible to exaggera'c the peril of un ‘alaneed budgets and possible bank uptcy in North Carolina and in the lation. There is a very complete un lerstanding on the campus here of hese direful situations. ”1 have personally heard only one acuity member utter a word of re bellion or revolt. I dare sa ythere nay be others that I do not know 'f. But all told, they are too few to rive color or correctness to the re port that the faculty ns a whole Is In a state of revolt because of the -alary cuts. The faculty here is strug gling desperately and bravely to nnintain the integrity of the Unlver dty in the.-c trying times." leaves on Fishing Trip. Raymond Scoggins lef» today for Boone and Blowing Rock where he will be gone for the next ten days on a fishing trip. WHEN EXCITED vjwem jokers tie the pop- CORN WA6QM -TO HEN HIBBARDS OLD CAR - fimtral Pfm * 5*21*32 32 Candidates Entered In Democratic Primary Fight SIX ARE SEEKING CONSTABLE'S! Three Candidate* Each For Recorder and for The "State Hou*e TWO FOR THE SENATE Also Two F'or Sheriff and Register of Deeds, and Seven After Three Offices F'or C’nunty ('omnilssionerK A total of 32 candidates had filed, foi Democratic nominations In Vance county in the June 4 primary when lbe books closed last midnight, it was announced today by J. H. Bridget's, chairman of the Vance County Board of Elections, Leveo oi tnese candi dates are without opposition and will bo officially declared the nominees without going into the primary at nil, leaving exactly 25 among whom the voters must pick their nominees two weeks hence. The largest number of candidates tunning for any one office are the six seeking nomination for constable of Henderson township. For the State House of Representatives there are three candidates, and also thrive for recorder. Two candidates each arc tunning for the State Senate, register of deeds and sheriff, and for the three .vacancies on the Board of County Commissioners there are seven can didates. five contesting for the two four-year terms and two for the one two-year term. Candidates who will be certified as nominees without opposition and without going into the primary are E. O. Falkner for coroner; J. C. Coop er for a six-year term and J. E. Kim ball for a four-year term, on the County Board of Education, both be ns now members of that board; Dr. H. A. Newell and Mrs. Henry Perry for six-year term on the board of : rmteen of the Henderson city chools. Mrs. Perry running to suc ceed herself; and Herman A. Davis or constable of Townsville township *nd V. L. Ellis for constable of Kit trell township. Candidates for other offices who jualifled are as follows: State Senate—W. S. Corbitt and D. P. McDuffee. State House of Representatives—J. B. Crudup, M. C. Pearce, O. S. Falk ner. Board of County Commissioners— Four-year terms, W. A. Newman, W. r. Parrish, W. W. Grissom. O. L. .'ttewart. W. R. Vaughan; two-year term- S. R. Adams. H. B. Parrott. Sheriff-J. E. Hamlet and J. I. Crabtree. Register of deeds--Horace M. Rob inson, P. E. Rowland. ; Recorder—T. S. Klttrell. J. W. Beckham. R. E. Clements. Constable Henderson township—W. 3. Strange. J. S. Ranes, J. C. Cham pion. J. D. Peck, E. F. Murphy, M. Reid. Downtown Textile Exhibit. Raleigh. May 21.—The N. C. State College Textile School Is exhibiting a knitting machine in a downtown storeroom window as a contribution to National Cotton Week. Socks are being knitted from cotton material by the students in charge. THEY STILL HAVE FAITH IN HIM ■TV ■ \ V -v* 'V v -s» ;■ |» jBBBp * 9H Here is Mrs. John H. Curtis, wife of the socially prominent Norfolk, Va., shipbuilder, shown at the Curtis apartment in Norfolk with the two Curtis children, John. Jr., and Constance. Mrs. Curtis has Davidson Begins! Commencement on Sunday Morning Davidson, May 21 -Tomorrow morn ing Davidson College will start its 96th commencement celebration, when Rev Robert F. Campbell. D. D . pastor of the First Presbyterian ebuteh-at Ash eville, will deliver the baecajaureate sermon to 110 members the 1932 graduating clous at Davidson The exercises will be nelditn the audi torium of Chambers BjiQding, and will i tart at 11:15 o’clocliL * „v - f College officials Announced here to day that the houf bf tho ftt&l sermon rociafcion had been changcß It was before the Young Mm’s Christian Ab originally announced for 8 p. m., but in keeping with the cuatbm of: the Y M. C. A. to have vesper services each Sunday afternoon, this has* been changed to 6 oolock. Rev".' James Wyly Jackson, D. D., pastor of the First Presbyterian Cltuich. Columbia. S. C.. will deliver the "Y" sermon Having these two sermons ten days prior to the oloatng graduation exer cises is a deviation from what has been customary for many years. Dr. Waiter L. Lingle. president of David son. stated that reasons for the ohange was to shorten the commencement period, and to abo have the enAiTO student body present at the baccalau reate and Y. M. C. A. sermon*. Formerly, the exercise*; star&d on ■ Sunday and concluded the following Wednesday. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932 maintained her faith in her hus band despite his confession dis closing that all of his negotiation? it) the Lindbergh case were the product of his imagination. Curtis was nut into iai l ..t Fleming. N. J The water resources of the United Hates can supply fifty million horse power. /awtsE \ PißooT baa. -a.*uch- \ 2_ ) -To CfvT / ' 1 When Good Service Counts Good service in a bank is import ant at any time, but especially when conditions for the average man or woman are not so favor able. The service of this bank has been steadily maintained at its best leveUduring recent months. In fact, we have made special ef forts to make the influence of this bank more helpful than ever be fore. We believe that we have had a closer understanding with our depositors and that they felt a greater reliance and deeper confidence in this institution than at any previous time. Whatever your financial needs, small or large, we are equipped here to give you the right kind of attention—backed by the sincer ity which only a home institution can bring to the service of home people. Citizens Bank and Trust Company Henderson, N\ C leaping bank in this sect kOt* EHRINGHAUS WILL SPEAK ON MONDAY Gubernatorial Candidate T 0 Address Night Court Audience J . C. B. Ehrlnghaux, candidal* the Democratic nomination f Q , ernor. will apeak in the court hL. here next Monday evening a , o'clock, and preparations ai* bei« made to give him a i aiRP 8(l4i * at that time. The candidate ), to have a large following here hts visit will afford them an op*, tunlty to rally for the occasion * Penc ' , counl y manage, fr , r Ehrlnghaua. and, is airanging f ol th . program. Fred Royster is to tnt /o< j ” the speaker, it is understood. Only one candidate for a Statewid* | office has spoken in Henderson »> far. and Mr. Ehringhaus’ vjsi, ! he the first gubernatorial enndi-u-* to address a public meeting nine* ih* campaign began. POLITICAL RALLY NORTH HENDERSON Candidates Speak I her* Friday Evenin To Large Number ot Voters A big political raily wax held at 4 B. Rogers’ store at North Renders* last ntgh*., with many of the can4i dates for countywide and legislate offices attending and speaking Or* speech on the gubernatorial campaign was made. R B. Carter putting for ward R. T. Fountains candidacy The attendance was reported to b* good and much interest wa.- showr, Some lively addresses were madr and the discussions centered on isme* that arc being talked in the pre-ent campaign. | AROUND TOWN’ Police Court Idle. -With no c««*« waiting for trial, the police court w*t not in sesalon today. No Realty Ileeda. -For the second successive day. no real estsie deeds were filed yesterday with the r*jh* ter of deeds. Nor were any marriig* licenses issued by the register on Fp day. Gets Road Term. -Roy Thomas m \given four months on the roads w recorder’s court today on a chsrg* of an assault with a deadly weapon and was also convicted of having litw in his possession and sentenced t» two months on the roads. Until shortly before the Revolution Kentucky was a wild hunting ground inhabited mostly by Indians, and con sidered as part of Virginia.