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, the do °*' *® k*>M the sun
four walls of shabby churrn*.
the H«la ft»osi of one
Uy, cr »diea somethin* in her enov
w pia ,n st house. She smooths the
bed' »
>g)crf with » broom as light as sir
L.« Her fen "children" on the heed,
ijmire* their r * Bl Bnd cur, X h*ir.
u quirt «.« * little mouse
50* stll! ««• through the dusty piece
fbe«c sre her children thl sher bouse.
«nU* * v,r X special grace.
ipeak her name once softly
to —
STt are 100 dim for he rto see.
>i o m »hut the nurse r>- door end go,
jiving the little ghost of me.
t.ue-t of -Mater
yt# Lyda Respew. of Washington.
J house jruem of her Meter, Mn
(httttrr B White.
Week-End V lei tore
jlr end Mrs. Jack Rea via were
nsitors in the Cokeebury community
4urn< the past week-end
Goes To Bristol. V*.
Tied Tbompeon hes gone to Bristol.
V, whtre he has accepted a position
jtr the summer
\ latta .Mother Here
ilr* C H. Brewer, of Elkin, spent
Hit pad week-end wtth her mother.
Mn P Bovd Kimball on West Gar
nett street.
(dieata frem Newport News.
yr, W. W. Miller and Mrs. T. J.
Hundley of Newport News, Va.. are
nritint Mrs. D. Boyd Kimball on
South Garnett street.
Gradual*-* at S. C. C. W.
Mu# Alvce Fuller, a graduate of N
C C W.. Greeqpboro. la spending a
f*» days wWh her ipother, Mr* C. E
Tj2er twar Kittrell.
To lluke Commencement
K j4 Willie Gee and her house guest.
Kathleen Mock, of Lexington.
,«* -«iny for Duke University to at
he commencement exercises, the
Kappa Delta Pi banquet and the
ijitmtiae lunch eon.
Grt* Degree at Ihtke.
UiM Fannie Burwell Powell, daugh
ter of Mt. tid Mrs. R. B. Powell of
lender*on t<* In Durham to receive
her decree at the proaent commence
ment. which comes to a close tomor
row wtth the award of diplomas.
At Teacher* College Finals
Mr? W S. Richardson and Miss
Helm Kimball, of Townwviie, and
11 r> L W. Perkinson. of Wise, at
tended rhe ooraamcement everrtaoe at
East Carolina Teachers College at
Greenville Sundn.v and Monday. Mlm
o Ed.'h Perkinson and Elizabeth
Haris returned home with them.
Makes High Mark
In Durham School
Friends of Walter and the late
krf Walter Izard. of Durham, will
be interested In the news that their
daughter. Margaret Izard, who grad
uated this year from Central high
tcfeool in Durham, was the valedlo
’"rttn of her clam of 179 pupils. Be
tides that honor, she won a medal
?or making the highest average. 96.
during her four years, three gold cer
tificates. a schalarabip distinction and
*i*o a membership to a national
honor society. The mother of Mar
nret win be ramemoereu as Miss
Hs*tie Mclntyre, who was for some!
v *»rs a teacher In Central school in
Henderson and a sister of Mrs. L. C.
To Everybody
'' Wednesday
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and WllliiNn Boyd
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hawascj jvWjJ |l tpf S' WfeU
On Honeymoon Trail
Setting out on a belated honeymoon trip to Europe. Lawrence Tibbetts
noted opera and film star, and his brule, the former Mrs. Jennie Marston
Burgard. are shown as they sailed front New York on the S.S. Majestic.
Mrs. Tibbetts is the daughter of Edgar L Marston. retired banker of
° rk * nd L ° s An * eleß - She married the singer *.n the first dav
as the current year, shortly after he had been divorced from his
former wife.
B. P. VY. Delegates
Go To Convention
The delegation from the Henderson
Business and Professional Women's
club will leave the litter part of this
week for the annual {State convention
In Wlnston-Sa'em. The convention
dates are the last three days of the
week. June 9, 10 and 11. Mrs. Elsie
Flake, whom many here will remem
ber as one of the guest speakers at
the recent tenth birthday banquet of
the local cluh. is convention hostess
this year, and has promised the visi
tors an unusually delightful time, de
spite the condition of the times. Miss
Neletne Perry, president of the local
club, will go to Winston-Salem on
Thursday to attend an executive board
meeting and a complimentary .dinner
by members of the hostess rljjib. t
<. On- Friday the others in
tlort will go to Wlnston-Saletn, these,
being Miss Carrie Draper, retiring
president, and Mesdames Crawford
Daniel. H. A. Jordan and R. B. Green.
Mrs. Green is to be one of the speak
ers as the publicity breakfast on Sat
urday. and Is to receive for the local
club the State trophy offered and won
by this club for Us "All Women's
Work Edition" of the Henderson
Daily Dispatch, issued last March 8.
This issue was judged to be the best
piece of publicity of any of the 2a
clubs in the State. Miss Neliene Pprry
is hostess for the round table dis
cussion on salesmanship on Friday of
the convention.
Among the special features of the
convention is to be a "Midnight Fol
lies" on the roof garden of the Rey
nolds butldin.g and a tea at Wills-
I — £s ]
For a coarse skin
Elizabeth Arden recom
mends careful cleansing of
the face wtth Venetian Cleant
inf'Cream. Brisk patting with
Ardena Sktn Tontr to tone the
tissues and stimulate the
skm cells. And Venetian Port
Cream, to be smoothed over
coarse pores for an hour dur
ing the day, or left on over
night. A daily Treatment
with these scientific Prepa
rations of Elizabeth Ardca
will refine the coarsest skja-
Arden t
Venetian Toilet Preparation*
an on tal* at
Photic 82-
1 aOR DE LA ?Al3£. PAJU4
chore, the lovely estate of Mr. and
Mrs, S. Clay Williams.
A comprehensive program conven
tion program has been worked out.
and much help and inspiration for
the delegates is believed to be store
for the visitors to the meeting. On
Saturday night, the national presi
dent. Mrs. Gellne fiowman is to be
the guest speakers, and several cars
from this city are to go for that event
Local members interested in making
that trip are invited to get in touch
with the president of the club at
Bridal Couple at /
Party In Oxford
Mr. and Mrs Ffiovd Parker enter
tained with a delightful dinner bridge
party Wednesday evening at their
home in Delrayno Park honoring Miss
Mary Wood and John White, whose
marriage is to take piece this month.
The dining table was covered with
a handsome Italian cut work clotn
and centered with a silver bowl of
sweet peas and larkspur. The hostess
served a delicious four course din
Roses and sweetpeas were used for
decorations in the living rooms where
bridge was Interestingly played at j
three tables.
In the game of bridge which fol
lowed the dinner. Mrs. Hugh Peed was
awarded the prize of high score for
the ladies, while the prize for the
men went to Hugh Peed. Mrs. H. M.
Turner received the consolation. Miss
Wood was presented a piece of silver
in her pattern. During the evening
punch, cake and nuts were served.
Those attending in addition to the
honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Hood,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peed, Miss Ola
Pitchford. Mrs. J. Robt. Wood and
Mrs. S. I. Puryear.
Mrs. Craven Weds
Many friends here will be Interested
In the wedijing in Richmond last
Sunday of Mrs. Emma Hunter Craven
and former Congressman L. D. Rob
inson. of Wadesboro. Mrs. Craven at
one time taught in the Henderson
city schools, and Is well known here.
The following is from the News and
Observer of Sunday:
"Former Congressman L. D. Robin
son. of Wadesboro. and Mrs. Emma
Hunter Craven, of Warrenton, were
married in Richmond at 10 o’clock
yesterday morning In the parlor of
the Jefferson Hotel. Plans for their
marriage, which was a quiet one. was
kept secret until Saturday, and onty
Rev. Ashbury Christian. D. D., who
performed the ceremony, and two
witnesses were present. The witnesses
were John M. Miller. Jr., president of
First and Merchants National Bank,
and Fred Thompson, both of Rich
“Mr. Robinson, who Is president of
the Bank of Wadesboro. Is prominent
in financial and political circles In
this state
“ After the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson left by train for Washing
ton. They will take a northern trip
before returning to Wadesboro. where
they will make their home."
The Jews were expelled from Eng
land In 1290 and no* allowed to return
fc>£ 386 £ear».
Kittrell News
Mrs. E. G. Blacknall, left Friday
for Salem, Va.. to spent some Ume
there with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith, and sons,
William Summer and Charleß Parsons
Smith, spent Sunday near Grimesland.
Mrs. Smith and Charles Parsons, will
spend sometime with relatives and
friends, at Grimesland and Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Freeman, and
children, Fannie Mae. James, Ben
jamin, and Robert, were guests on
Sunday of Mr. (Freeman's brother,
William Freeman, of near Wilton.
Mrs. W. T. Hicks, has as her guests
for this week, her daughter, and
niece, Missas Wilma and Loradelle
Singleton, of Thelma.
Misses Elizabeth Broughton, and
Josephine Ferrell Os Zebulon. and
Annie Laurie Dickson, of Raleigh, re
turned to their respective homes last
Friday, after spending several days
here with Mrs. W. H, Finch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Husketh, and
children, Janie; and Mary Joseph Hus
keth. visited friends at Whitakers,
and Rocky Mount, Sunday. They were
accompanied home by Mrs, Husketh’s
sister. Miss Agnes -Ellis, who has
been teaching at Whitakers for the
past school year.
Miss Louie Dell Pittman, a faculty
member of the Greensboro city
schools, is spending sometime here
with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. R.
E. Pittman.
W. P. Ellis, of Henderson, was the
dinner guest on last Tuesday even
ing. of his sister. Mrs. A. C. Husketh.
Those, from here, attending the
carillon recital ,at Duke University,
on Sunday afternoon, were: Rev. and
Mrs. R E. Pittman, and daughters,
Misses Louie Deli. and. Charlotte Pitt
man; Misses Florine and Ruby Smith,
and Norman Smith; W. H. Finch, and
son. W. H., Jr., B. B. Woodlief, B. G.
Pace, and Miss Phyllis Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hlght, Misses
Etta and Margaret Hight, of Hender
son, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers
and son. John Allison, of Bobbitt,
were visitors nf Miss Ada Woodlitf, at
her home here, on Suifcay.
Mrs. J. B. Ellis, who has been
spending sometime in "'Warrenton.
with her cousin, Mrs. Tasker Polk,
returned to her home here Sunday.
Mrs. P. B. Smith, and son, Rey
nolds Smith, of Hillsboro, came Sun
day to spend* sometime here with re
Miss Eleanor Hedgepeth, entertain
ed a number of her friends at a party,
at her home here, on Saturday even
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellis, and Mrs.
W. H. Fleming, of Warrenton. were
visitors here Simday.
Mrs. Annie Moss, has returned to
Costume for Yachting
This white sports frock trimmed
with a double row of brass but*,
tons is especially suitable foe
yachting and ia «<WL-ty Martha
Sleeper v t sere eir playtr' The
eleevei have red afid
Joins Metropolitan
III!! %
Robe Bampton, 24-year-old con
tralto of the Philadelphia Grand
Opera company, has joined the
ranks of the New York Metro
politan Opera company. A native
of Buffalo, N. Y., Miss Bampton
has been a pupil of Horatio Con
nell at the Curtis Institute of
Music for the past four years.
Besides appearing in several
operas with the Philadelphia com
pany during the past year, she
was a soloist with Stokowski and
the Philadelphia Symphony or
her home at Weldon, after spending
several weeks;, neftr here with relatives
and ,frelnds.
Miss Minnie Stone, of Rocky Mount,
was a visitor here on lut Saturday.
Mrs. H. E. Browne, had &a her visi
tors on Sunday. Mr; and Mrs. M.
Arnold, and Miss Edith Hobgdod, of
Henderson; and Jatn&s Coward, of
Mtss Mary bverton, who has bebn
spending sometime at Weldon, with
relatives, returned to her home near
here, on Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Whitten, of Rox
boro. Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Lueile
Hart, at her home here Journey’s End.
Friends of Bryan Reep, little son of
Prof, and Mrs. A. R. Reep. will be
sorry to learn that he is at Maria
Parham hospital undergoing -treat
R. E. Chewing. Jr., of Camden, S.
C. was a visitor here during the past
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ladies’ Aid Society of the Kittrell
Methodist church, will be held on
Wednesday afternoon. June 8. at 3 30
o'clock, with Mrs. A. .J Smith. The
Bible Study for the afternoon will be
the First Book of Chronic!**. All
members are urged to be present,
and visitors will b< welcome.
Bobbitt News
Miss Hallye Brown has as her guest
her cousin Miss Mabel Leonard of
Paul Gill and William Young of
Durham, spent the past week-end with
relatives, here.
Norman Smith and Roy Moss spent
Friday in Goldsboro-
Mrs. J. T. Moss, who has been visit
ing Mrs. Josie Woodlief for sometime
has returned to her home at Weldon.
Mrs. Cooper, Brooks Moss and
Frazier Jenkins of Weldon visited re
latives. here the past wee-end.
Misses Hallye and Margaret Brown
entertained a number of their friends
at their home Thursday evening In
honor of their cousin, Miss Mabel
Those present were: Misses Mary
Allen Rowland, Enid Kerley. Crystal
Wrenn. Ila Mae Young. Madolyn El
lington. Marion Woodlief. Mabel
Leonard. Hallye and Margaret Brown.
Messrs Paul Kerley. Claude Kerley,
Ralph Kerley. Kies Finch, Rex Wood-
Hes. Smith Brown, Elliott Brown.
Leonard Renn. Charlie Kittrell and
Avritte Sledge.
Delicious home made candy was
served by the hostess.
Mr*. Josie Woodlief * had as her
guests Thursday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Cumbie, Mr. and Mrs.
Same formula . . Mine price. In
\ original form, too. ts row onto
Johnnie Wynne, W. B. Perdue. Mrs.
J T. Moss and R. O. Woodlief.
Mr. and Mrs. Cumbie and Mr.
Wynne entertained the guests with
string music.
Dorsey Woodlief who has been play
ing baseball with the Louisburg Col
lege team at Parts Island, S. C., is at
home for a few days.
Sam Fuller who has been with the
Fine Underthings
Silk Slips
With imported lace regularly $5.00,
Now $2.95
With high and low backs.
Fine rayon crepe slips $1.69 and SI.OO
Os softest Italian silk with Alencon lace
Glove silk gowns and pajamas, Rayon
and cotton gowns, soft and Jong wearing.
Gowns and pajamas selected for beauty
and durability in every grade
from 69c to $5.00.
Mesh and lace panties of attractive
designs 50c and SI.OO
Wednesday Specials
Lot sports panties and brassierres and
banded chemise : 49c and 39c
Beautiful assortment of cotton mesh yard
goods, formerly 50c to 69c now 39c
Mesh cottons, 45c quality 25c
Printed voiles 15c
Ladies swimming sandals , SI.OO
Men’s all wool swimming -juits $1.65
Boys’ all wool swimming suits $1.45
No. 1 cansgrap« fruit juice _ 7 l-2c
Ec G. Davis & Sons Co.
| U. 8. Army stationed at Panama for
the past twenty-eight months baa
urned home. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. Duke Woodlief and
little daughter. Gwendolyn of Golds
boro are spending sometime with Mr*.
Josie Woodlief.
Miss Ha Mae Young spent the week
end with Mias Lula Mary Finch at
her home near Henderson.

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