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KIWANiS MEETS IN
LOS ANGELES 1933 Now 1,887 Club* In America Detroit Convention Is Told In Report r>«trolt. June 29—There are 1.887 Kiwinis club* in the United State* and Caned* with approximately 89,- 000 member*, declared Fred C. W. Parker, of Chicago, general aacretary. in giving hi* yearly report today to the delegate* attending the 18m an nual convention baing held her* this week There have never existed such opportunities for a service or ganisation as at prsenl.’‘ ha empha sized to delegates from all part* of the North American con tin ant. Flection Today Delegates are to elect officers today for rhe convention yaar 1932-33 A A president two vice-presidents, treas jer and six memtwri for the Interna tional beard of trustee* are to be se lected The committee on elections amount'd that result* will be com puted and ready for the house of dale gates cn T.lured*y morning The 1933 convention of Krwani* will be held m Lo» Angeles. Five conference* on Kiwani* ob je::.ve* Drought forth plana for social and welfare activities for clubs for the coming year. Discussion* were ccncerued with under-privileged cfelld aid citizenship, vocational guidance, urban-rural relation* work and unem ployment relief. For unemployment relief, club* w*re urged to give leader*hlp in developing local community resource!, aasiat .r.r m raising relief fund* and urging activity that would stimulate part tune employment. Flat Rock News By MISS MABEL NELSON Miss Jessie Davla. of Oreenaboro, was the guest of her parent*, Mr. an Mrs Arch Davis. Sunday. Master* Rowland. James and Alfred Wortham spent sometime last week with their grandmother. Mrs. Sallle Peasants. Miss Maxine E. Taylor of Enfield, who had charge of the music during .c# revival at Spring Valley M. P. enuroh last week was the guest of Mr H. T Britt and family last Thursday. Mr and Mrs. B E Steed of Roa noke. Va.. spent Tuesday nighht Hr* Leou Harris and children. Leonnadus. Ear) Brooks. Dorothy Louise spent Tuesday with her pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nelson. Misses Helen Bobbitt. Sally Hunter Sztterwhite, Ethel. Elizabeth, Blanche and Georgie. Wortham Ester Clarke. Helen and Mabel Nelson and Kath :ene Reavis were joint hostesses st a lovely gardn party at th home of the letter list Wednesday evening from 8:30 to 12 o'clock. , Numerous games and contests were enjoyed by the guests during the even ing aftr which delicioiu refreshments w*r srvd to the following; Misses rit.en Bobbitt. Sally Hunter Salter wr-ite. Ethel. Elizabeth. Blanch* and Georgia Ester Clarke, Hticr. and Mabel Nelson and Katha ixt Reavis. Messrs. "Bill” Ellis snd Emery Collins of Mildleburg, Carlton Lavendar Otis and Baily Nelson Percy S’ewart, Harry and Claude Wortham Maurice Edwsrda, Walter Grissom Louis Davie and Arthur Browr. Master B A Klzer. Jr., of Wrnston- Da.tni spent last with his cou sin Master Thomas Sprinkle Heater Mr» John Fowler and family, of F.crer.ce S C , are the guests of Mrs. Few.ei s sister, Mrs. George Harris, Mis* Blanche Hester, of Spring Val • community, spent Saturday night '-to- Miss Mavis Hester. Mri J H. Steed visited Mr*. O. B Eleanor, Tuesday. Mis George Wortham, of Florida, i* spending several day* with her daughter. Mrs. J. T. Hester. -<li and Mrs. Kit D»vts of si*nd erson. visited Mr. and Ms* ■' Arch Davis and family, Sunday. Mr Bnd Mrs. J.' B. Sprinkle of Tccacccnvllle, visited their grgand daughter Mrs. T. P. Hester last week They were accompanied by Mrs. B. A. K'Ztr and Ray Kizer of Winston Salem caving attended the old soldiers re union at Richmond. Va., last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Steed, of Roanoke, Va., was the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B H Goodrich. Tuesday. Mr. ar.d Mrs. R. S. McCoin of Henderson, cailed on Mr. and Mrs J B Sprinkle at the home off Mrs. T C Hester, last Friday evening. Messrs. Roy Pearce and M. D. Neison of Vaughan visited Mr Nel sons parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nt.gcn, Sr.. Friday. Miss Mav*s [Hester left. &*>nda.y mc.n.ng for High Point College. High Po nt where she will attend the M. P. • Summer Conference, which is being, hc.d there this week. Hnry E. White visited In Durham. Sunday. Hugh Davis has returned from Duiham after being the guest of his »-*.er Mr* Gary Richardson for the past week. Miss Beitie I.ou spent the week-end with her uncle. Mr. U. J. Pairott of Middleburg. Mrs E. N. Moore of Raleigh was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. A. Wortham, Sunday. M s* Margaret Reavls has returned Rom Oxford after being the guest of M *■ Rebecca Floyd for the past week Messrs Beecher and Jtoe Williams. Clarence Wall, and Bill Walley of Raleigh visited in the community Sunday. ■*, Louis Davis visited in Fiankkllnton Saturday. M as Charlotte Lan* Wright gs Jta leigh waa the guest of Misses Derothy »Sd Marie Wortham Sunday. As Curtis faced Court j in Lindy Hoax Mad* in tl • courtroom at Flemington, N J where John Hughes Curtis. Norfolk. Va., shipbuilder is on trial, charged with obstructing justice by his alleged hoax contact with th* kidnapers of the Lindbergh Pulitzer Award Books Now In Perry Library Tha Pulitzer Prize Winners for the year wera announced in May. The library had bo me of the books which received an award and has since ad aed the others to its collection. Li brary patrons will be interested to know why the prizes were awarded to particular books. Commenting on the award of the prize novel “The Good Earth” the an nouncement issued by Columbia Uni versity said: "Preference has been given to ‘The Good Earth’ for its epic sweep, its distinct and moving char acterisation, its sustained story in terest. its simple and yet richly color ed style, so far as may be gathered, Light CWor ME' It’s pretty hard to be around a Chesterfield They are rolled in the purest paper that and not want one. That tempting aroma tells money can buy. Grown right. Cured right, you the truth. It says .. ."Here’s a milder Blended right. Made right. Packed right, rette. Here’s one that tastes better.** 4 That’s Chesterfield. Sure there’s a good reason. Several,' in act ’ c^erc * sn t an y wa y olL * a cigarette fact. Chesterfields contain the finest tobaccos A +? to be purer, milder or better tasting. grown. No wonder so many millions of smokers These tobaccos are not only blended,"they’re say "THEY SATISFY.’* cross-blended in Chesterfield’s own special 3fl| I ,4m Jr; ‘T Chesterfield Radio Program mon.sthuk. Tuts. • fw. wed « sat. ' iff Boswell Aim RUTH JRc 1m ty!B» Sisters Gkay etting Jm ■> NAT ShUJCMT and NCBMAN glOaNShl*? JtL -• I >✓ Eastern OayltghP • S"' ’. J b \\V, ’P*( l you g^t Hr xL' y . them just s* freih » H' W- ■ - "-aaWMWWMw \ d you CACn * by uur m HENDERSON, (N, k ) DAILY DTSPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 19J2 baby this photo shows Curtis with bis 11 -year-old ?nif h | e rV ,D , C ' r f le , <U .J i * hl At If* circle) i. the case Ch * r e * A ' Llndber kh. who 1* chief witness in Mrs. Buck gives an undistoited pic ture of the life described.” This book haa been in the library for over a year and has been more widely i« a d than any volume of recent fiction. "Os Thee I Sing" by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind re ceived the award in the field of drama. To quote the announcement in part: “This award may seem un usual, but the play is unusual. Not only la It coherent and well knit anough to class as a play, aside from the music, but it is a biting and true satire on American politics snd the public attitude toward them.” General John J. Pershing's “My Ex- periences in the World War” was commented on as epic in the sense that it is a great national story, dis playing the American >character in its finest aspects. “Theodore Roosevelt" received the following comment: "Mr. Pringle's book presents a vitalised portrait of an outstanding American, it is well documented and well written. It is especially valuable for its candor and its human quality.’ Os Mr. Dillon’s “Flowering Stone,” the announcement said: "Os the four or five volumes which received most serious consideration, Mr. Dillon’s verse seemed mos original and au thentic. Some of his poems are ex ceedingly beautiful. The prize is award ed to him as a young poet of very great promise.” Aside from the Pultizer prize award titles that have been added there are two new novel. A. J. Cronin’s "Three Loves” is less melodramatic than his “Hatter’s Castle.” Lucy Moore, a wil- ful, possessive woman, through her self-righteous obstinacy, breaks with th* three loves of her life- hueband, sou. and church. Ate wart Edward White's “The Long Rifle” is the story of an adventurous age—the first third of he nineteenth century. A rifle, won by Daniel Boone in a shooting match, and presented to his friend, becomes the symbol of this adventurous age when it descends to a grandson and is carried on he adventures that led him over pioneer paths to the far west. Nicholas Murray Butler’zs Y .pok ing Forward. What Will The Ameri can People Do About It?" is a col lection of addresses and essays on matters national and international. The essays are an attempt to stimulate public opinion toward .new, I liberal views of world affairs, for the pre servation of genuine liberty, which the author sees assaulted by reactionary forces. For the children there are a num ber of new books for all ages. Par ticularly interesting are some of the new books for the older boy* and girls. Bobbitt News By MARION WOODLFEF. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woodlief and daughter Viola, of Winston-Si’.em, v>no have been visiting re'at es here for the pas* few days, hav. retarded home. Mrs. Josie Woodlief had as her guesta on Sunday, J. T. Moss, Booth Moss, Clifton Moss and Miss Marie Cooper, all of Weldon. Miss Clarice Blanks and Marion Woodlief have returned to their homes after spending the past wek with re latives at Weldon. Miss Leona Woodlief of Winston- Salem has returned to her home-after spending the past week with relatives here. Paul Gill of Durham was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gill on -Sunday. Mrs. James Satterwhite, left Sun day for Durham, where she will be the guest of her brother, H. B. Gill for some time. Palmer Johnson, Misses Da Mae Toung and Hazel Woodlief, visited Miss Sadie Pace of near Epeom Sun day afternoon. Mrs. D. N. Nelms, Mrs. Leila Nelrans, Graham Nelms and Bruce Keith of near Louisburg were the guests of Mr. and Mix. R. O. Wood lief, Sunday. Recent Bride Is Honored at Miscellaneous Shower. On Tuesday afternoon from 3:30 to 3:30 o'clock, Mrs. Robert Hayea and Mrs. C. M. Toung entartalned at the home of Mr*. Toung at a miscel laneous xhower honoring their sister. Mrs. Charles E. Poole, a recent bride. The house was beautifully decorat ed with a profusion of summer flow er*. As the guests arrived each was ask ed to write a wish in the bride's book, after which they were conducted to the living room where games and contctita were enjoyed. Mrs. Thelbert Fuller was awarded the prize for writing the names of the most flow ers in five minutes. Miss Mary Rogrs and Mrs. B. L. Rowland were award ed the prize for the floral wedding story contest. At the conclusion of the games and contests, Mrs. Tgerbert Hayes and Mrs. Robert Hayee, pre sented the bride with a basket of many beautiful gifts. After which a delicious course of hanana salad with led tea waa served by the hostesses. Those present were: Misses Florine Smith, Madolyn Ellington, Mary Rog ers, Maurice Rogers, Luna Duke and Addie Young. Mesdames Raymond Smith, Thaddeus Woodlief, Josie Duke Woodlief, P. C. Smith, J. S Rowland, W. A. Rowland, B. L. Row land, Clifton Fuller. E. L. Fuller, Thei bert Fuller, Edward Thurmond, G. W Hayes. Ernest Hayes, H. J. Johnson I IT.l T . B. Alexander. Herbert Hayes. E.O. : Young, J. T. Hight and Herman | Woodlief. ~ I Kittrell News By MISS RUBY SMITH. Mias Minnie Stone, of Rocky Mount, and Mrs. S. P. Brummitt, of Hender son. Route 1, were visitor* here on Tuesday of last week. Misses Phyllis and Ruby Smith, were visitors, of Mrs. C. P. Dickson, and Miss Annie Laurie Dickson, at their home in Raleigh, on last Mon day. Mass Ada Woodlief,. /had a* her guests «n Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers, and little son, John Allison, of the Bobbitt Community. Miss Folsom Smith, of Raleigh, spent Thursday night and Friday here with relatives. Mrs. W. H. Finch, ha* a* her jiouse guest for this week, Miss Annie Laurie Dickson, of Raleigh. Mis* Earline Woodlief, was the visi tor of Miss Roslin* Harris, at Louiß burg, on Sunday. Miss Rosalie Woodlief, had as her week-end gue*t, Miss Thelma Forbes, of Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkinson. of Dillon, S. C. are visiting relatives near | PAGE THREE her* .this week. Friends of Malcolm Pulley, enter tained him at a surprise party, at his home near here on last Saturday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Woodlief, and daughter. Shirley, of Raleigh, war* the guests on Sunday of J. A. Wood lief, and Mr. and Mrs. Thsd Woodlief. at their home, near here. Mrs. B. T. Woodlief. had as her visitors on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Woodlief. and son, Horace, Jr., of Henderson. Mrs. P. B. Smith, and son, Rey nolds Smith, spent the week-end at Bobbitt, with Mrs. Maggie Brown. Miss Ora Garrett, of Henderson, visited her mother, Mrs. Margaret Garrett, her* on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Woodlief. had as their visitors on Sunday, H. R. Dickens, and children. Elwood. and Frances, of Washington. D. C. Frances Dickens is spending several days here with her cousin. Mary Ellen Wood lief. Mrs. A. C. Husketh. had as her guest on Friday night, and Saturday, Miss Margaret Finch, of Henderson. Miss Janie Husketh, spent Saturday in Henderson, with Miss Jessie Stewart. Mrs. A. J Smith, and Mrs. F. R. Woodlief, Misses Phyllis and Ruby Smith, were visitors of id is. Otho May in Henderson, on Mondav Mrs. H. E. Browne, and Miss Elisa beth Browne, had as their visitors on Sunday, Miss Selma Bradley, of Sea board; Otis Cowthorne, and Glenn Fleetwood, of Jackson. S. L Saunders, of Raleigh, visited friends here Sunday. W. P. Ellis, of Suffolk. Va.. spent the week-end here with his mother, Mrs. J. B. Ellis. Misses Wilma Singleton, and Lora delle Singleton, who have been spend ing sometime here with Mra. W. T. Hicks, jreturned ito their home at Thelma, last Mohday. Mias Louise Williams, of Wake For est, visited Mrs. A. C. Husketh, her# Monday. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hester spent Sunday with their niece, Miss Annie Eula Newton, at Epsom. pearceT to speak SOUTH HENDERSON M. C. Pearce will speak tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at B. C. Caulder a store in South Henderson. It is an nounced that there will be music, and other candidates are invited to come out and speak. Mra. Doraey Evans 111. Mr*. Dorsey Evans remain* quite ill at her home in the Stoneweil Apart ments, it was learned today.