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CRUDUP DKLEQAIE
DEMOCRATIC MEET;
FAVOR ROOSEVELT
(Continued from Page One.)
to tho State convention committee on
crudaatlate. end Walter D. Slier, of
Chatham. to the committee platform.
Harold D. Cooley, of Nash, was
eieeted presidential elcetor.
The second cungre.-uionAl district
Democratic convention today instruct
ed its delegate* to the national con
vention in Chicago to vote for Frank
lin D Roosevelt as presidential nomi
nee as long as hi* name may be be
fore the convention.
Varying from customary procedure
of naming two or four delegates to
the convention to cast the vote of the
district eight weie designated to cast
one-fourth of a vote each.
The delegates to the national con
vention were T. M. Washington and
H G aßtenian of Wilson: W. £.
Clark, of Edgecombe: Dr. B. M.
Nicholson and \V. L. I*ong of Hali
fax, H. L Joyner, of Northampton;
L C. Evans of Bertie, and Fred I.
Sutton, of l*enior.
H. P Fox ha 11. of Edgecombe, was
named as the district member of the
State platform committee.
CONVENTION ELECTS
810 TOTAL OF NINE
DELEGATES-AT-LARGE
(Continued from Page One.)
cage* convention were elected to cast i
four votes. They are (
Governor O Max Gardner; Repre- ■
aentative Lindsay Warren. Mrs.
Thomas O’Berry, of Goldsboro; Mrs.
E L. McKee, of Sylva; Josephus-
Daniels. Raleigh; C. L. Shuping
Greensboro; Mrs. Charles W. Tillett. I
Jr .Charlotte; Senator Josiah William |
Bailey. Raleigh: Mrs. Harriett Elliott.;
Greensboro.
The convention adjourned at 2
o'clock to meet again at 3 p. m. to !
complete its business.
It is all right to state that the home- J
Lews girls make the best wives; the .
danger is in specifying?.
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vention to order. Senator W. L. Dickinson, of lowa, temporary chairman of the convention, is snapped, upper right, beginning the keynote address. Arrow points to speaker.
HENDERSON, (N. C.J DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1982
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
/ THE OH THE PICTURE MAN )
0V / ( OLD BACKWARDS J
\ > LAST SATURDAY AND CABLED 1
f \T THE MYSTERY MAN OF
'y C NEBRASKA'— HERES A MAN WHO LIV£P
C m NEBRASKA TWENTY HE #
. . . . ........ ...
MAN VI) LA. HAVE TO I
GET UP EARCY IP HE THINKS HE
CAS PUT OVER ANYTHING ON THE I T*
MOVIE PANS IN THIS TOWN |> SAHuy
!■ . “ ~<a m> i*«y Btnir r "*o»i fe-ifc-sa
We often read of p, op le w ,
but honetk ; never of , irh a *"* l*-r
A| . old k ,„ K W.
says its Hke any othe,
there la Wfe there is hope * * b ‘*
DUpktS^'
WANT ADS
Get Results
WANTED TWO OR THjSFTV'
IMied rooms for hgh,
References exchanged Adare«* *
care Dally Dispatch. *
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION Tr7r
ways emphasized in th* imtoKrT
at the Henderson Bus °
Fail ttim begins Septembei
Tfcur* j f
SPECIAL REST OF THIS WEEK
Fryers. 20c lb . also new k*
•eed. peat, soy beans and sw?.,’ .
tatoes. H B. Newmar*. 16 _j^
FIRE SALE OF SHOES A .\ D
cloth.ng Everything mu*t g 0 ,
gardless of Shoe
neatly done- Boston Shoe
Next door to Henderson Candy k
chen.
fc-tf
NEW LOW PRICES ON ~
Nitrate of Soda
Sulphate of Ammonia
Soy Beans
Peas
Millet
LEGG-PARHAM CO.
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHEfTsHIL
meat of Woolsey’s good paint i’
keeps coming and going at Tn*
Flare of Values.” It pay 6 to Usf
Woolseys Satisfaction since 1&53
Alex S. Watkins.
MISS G. C. BLACKNALITpuBLIC
stenographer now located at Ho
derson Book' Co. Copying, multi
graphing, mimeographing. mtbt!
SPECIAL FOR FHIOAY~HaLF
price remnant sale. Real values
J. ('. Penney Company, lti lt.
PLANT SNAP BEANS, BUTTER
beans, Kentucky wonder poie boat
cagtgabe, coUard. cucumber, squash,
watermelon, cantaloupe, and varicur
other seed. We have a oomph-;*
stock. Parkers Drug Store Th,
1 Rexall Store. H-*,
AFTER GRADUATION, MAKE a
business education your “suiting
point”—lt will return its cost many
times. Enroll now for the fall term
which beg*ns September 12.
Thurs ts.
GROCERY STORES, FISH DEAL
ping paper. Use old newspapera—
era and markets save on your wrap
Get a big bundle at the Daily D>
patch office sot Ihc. 21-u
I
BELIEVE IT OR NOT—DAY BY
day In every way more and mor;
people aie learning about the m«;:s
of our shop. Meet your frtni,
here. ALlen's Barber Shop
Thure-Fri. ts
USED CAR VALUES
1931 Pontiac Coach
1930 Chevrolet Coach
1929 Olawn obi le Coach
1928 Ford 1 1-2 Ton Truck
1928 Oakland Sedan
1929 Whippet Sedan
1927 Pontiac Sedan.
MOTOR SALES CO
Phone 832
14-ts
THE DAILY DISPATCH T 8 NOW ON
sale at The Smoke Shop, Jefferson
Case. Henderson Candy Kitchen,
Wortman’s Pharmacy, Wiggins Drug
Store, Agency. You may secure
a copy from any of these places
at the regular price of sc. 29-ts
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTH K
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of J. Penn Thomas, de
ceased. late of Vance County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Henderson. N. C. on
or before the 15th day of May 1933
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
o* their recovery. A2 J persons indebt
ed to said egste will please make im
mediate payment.
This 12Kh day of May 1932.
JOEL T. CHEATHAM
Administrator
SEABOARD AIR
LINE RAHWAI
TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSO*
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
198—8:48 A. M. for Richmond
Washington. New York, connect
lng at Norlina with No. 18 ar
riving Portamouth-Norfolk 12 M
P. M. with parlor-dining car
vice.
4—2:52 P M. for Richmond
and Portsmouth, Washington
New York.
192—9:48 P. J*. for Richmond
Washington and New York.
•—3:28 A. M. for Portamoi’th
Norfolk Washington. New York
No. SOUTHBOUND
191—6:43 A. M. for Savannah.
Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa* St
Petersburg.
3—3:45 P. M. far Raleigh, San
ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Savan
nah, Miami Tampa, St. Peters
burg.
107—7:56 P. M. for Raleigh, Ham
let. Savannah, Jacksonville.
Miami, Tampa, St Petersbarg.
Atlanta, Birmingham.
•—1:25 A. M. for Atlanta, Birm
ingham, Memphis.
For Information call on H. E
Pleasants DPA,, Raleigh, N. C-.
or M C ’ Capps, TA , Hendarsoa
N. C.

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