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At Home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Smith country home of Mr. and f>ii«’ r * ,n,,,h was ,he * cen< °f h ome ' affair on Tueaday even *n ‘ fton , <igbt ocH<k to eleven, the :t * n < Missionary Society of Plank IZt cbuhch receiving In honor of 1 .-nt’v organized young woman’s I r* r * * Cl rrle ver> . calchy invitation was sent 'wventr odd families of the cjiurch Vnunity. trading thus: "On Tuee nl,ht si eight-thirty or there l7 11 . the Plank Chapel Woman's Nonary Sooie.y will have their ,-fc-stnng hanging out. Their new tVuni Woman's Circle to greet. Come Vjjin with us in good times' of » \*nety. Our honored guests and **:.i husbands to meet." At Mrs. P. fix h* July 19. 1932. • ,espouse to such gracious invlta a hundred and more guests and ' x.bers assen.bied at the spacious to enjoy an evening of unusual -ut pleasure Among the “honored here were Rev. and Mrs. E. J. of Oxford. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Cox of Raleigh; Mrs. J H. Tucker, „< Henderson; Mrs. R. L. Bell, of j;-.,m Mrs Sallit Mitchell, one of •m" 1 oldest members of the church; *tr.e twenty of the young women of •h/r.ew circle 'with their husbands); jad some twentv-five “loyal hua- Ur.ds of the members of the adult auxiliary It was a matter of much r«ret tnat the pastor and his good Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Pittman, were r.ot present Mt. Pittman was at Cokesbuiy Methodist church, aasist ;rg Rev W. P Woodall in a revival service. Xhe h’-dsonie home was thrown en .jitefbnHianljv ‘lighted and made XJi t attractive with a profusion of -uaimer flowers of gay variety. The juesiJ were received at the door by yt B nd Mr?. Smith, then ushered in xj the library where each one regis te-ed in the goest book, presided over by Mr 4 T- c Gill after whirh theye •sere taken to the dining room where de.ic.ohs fruit punch was served by lir». J B- Allen and Miss Maurice Passing through the parlors the verandah the guests were *£•«! and after assembling, a brief program was carried out under di rections of the Auxiliary President, Mr‘ T. C Gil! as follows: Hvmn Ail Hail the Power of Jeaus NiflM jcnpture reading and prayer, Rev. E 3 Rees. '.Vnccme Chorus, Selected choir. iVotdi of Welcome by Mrs. T. C. C-;.. Response an part of \Y> mens Circle. Clara I-. Gill chairman. /crcduction of the giesi speaker b) lira. Gill Address. Chincianitv and Missions. Re.. E J R?oa hymn Ble he the ’lie that Bind* At tike conclusion of this program Man Lost 26 Pounds Looks 100% Better Feels Mronger Than Ever Just to prove to any doubtful man e: roman that Krusohen Saks is the SAFE way to reduce—let us take the ■f.ter of Mr F. J. FrKz of Cincinnati, th.o recently received He writes: “I w tried extreme diet ing setting up exercises with very Ut tir results—but the results from Krua <hrn are almost incredible. In 3 ninths i reduced from 205 to 179 pvirnds and fe«-| stronger than ever— * lllort ’ wheezing nr gasping for '■ruth—friends any I | o ,»k 100 per cent Utter." Rear :n mind, you fat men. that *■* ■' danger in too much fat—try •r Mf*> way to reduce—one half tea ifsorfu, of Kruschen Salts in a glam rct w-aif.-r every - morning—cut ' n fatty rmat 8 nnd sweets—one J r * f-at lasts 4 weeks costs but a * i: at Parker’s Drug Store «ii> drugstore in the world.—Adv. b*G SISTER ’ • - Possibilities * Uy LES FORGRAVE "wEy Q'JDTJV 1 OUR OtSifOKiMfi WATER’S 1 / WELL, VOL) SO I FIXED OP A BUT H'bA? WATER,Evt! SCOT OUT/ VOE'LL BE GOING ‘ROOWD HERfc WITH ( <JOT IMTMA | LONG WAVS AlOWfi. IT'LL BE ’©OAT OVER. A BOAT LUCE DAT'D | OORTOMG'JE'S \ BASKET V OVER TO THAT IONOA FON TO EAT SAY, VDU MAlte A HOME PER. AGUV | HANGING CEB, 1 LET S T «5F»«.\lO'S. IN THE WOOCTS AWO ALNA/AVS LIKE ME *IP ONIV MO .. n,, i-r- KY <GT7AP> TU’ PA IUS \ WtvjJOW’t HAMEtO j TVUKJK o*= iT mow,, .o -o . e . THE GUMPS —CHE ST NUTS VJti'v TMAY S' J** > ts* * T UF ~ _ ( WHRRfc DID YOU N / ORIGINAL WiW ME-fIE f *£* ** L the TROTH 99 El that ons, ?I ( , that JBp \ JMS l VfMEN Dll> VOU / \ j* \ took? a lot older \ kTJItt J UP ~ • J, VI THOUGHT YOU Utt* Hfc.H I. j and thrilling talk on mission*, the hundred and more folks were allow ed to make merry as suited their sev eral tastes. A feature of the social hour was the piano music, rendered by Rev. H. A. Cox, and the singing by Mr. and Mrs. Rees, and the group singing of favorite songs. Good fel lowship reigned supreme the while a group of girls and young women nerved delicious sanwiches and Iced tea. fragrant with mint It was elevn and past when the I guests finally took leave, thanking i the & r acious host and hostess and | the woman s auxiliary for a wonder ful evening of Christian fellowship i t*S‘n»ing with a serious consideration of the biggest task of the church, that of missions, and ending with happy song and laughter as friend to-friend. It were well to make this “family church party” an annual event In the church calendar. Note: There were “ninety and nine” actually registered in the guest book Miss Florine Smith, the daughter of the house, wittily wanted to know "where is the lost sheep?” who knows? Reported. Carey Chapel By MARIE GREENE The young people of Carey Baptist church and Sandy Creek accompan ied by tiheir pastor. Rev. L. B. Rea vis enjoyed a very nice basket picn.c out at Wlllowood last Thursday even ing. The B. Y. P. U. study course is being taught at Cktrey’s and new Sandy Creek this week. Mrs. Walter Guthrie visited at the home of Mr. Mel Robertson and fam ily Monday afternoon. Mr. Jesse Abbott and Saintly spent Sunday at Dabney with friends and relatives. Miss Clara Greenway spent last Thursday evening with Miss Pauline Finch in the Epsom community. Miss Thelma Jones visited Miss Margie Huff Friday afternoon. Mrs. Miary Jane Guthrie of Hend erson and June Robertson and family, f .tended the revival at New Sandy Creek last week. Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Conn of Hen derson were the Sunday guest of Mr. ;nd Mrs Nat Cprrin. Miss Velina Evans and a host of friends spent the past week end at Ocean View. Friends of Miss Lizzxie Cuthell are pleased to know that she is very much improved alter a brief illness. Miss Ettabetti Hoyle spent Saturday nigtrt with Miss Ethel Evans. Mr. Junie Robertson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Poindexxter on hestnut Street Sunday night. Fiends of Mr. Maurice Newhon are glad to know he is well enough to be cut again. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winston and Mrs. W. L. Scoggins visited Junie Robertson Monday evening. Drewery News By MRS. H. B. WHITE Mias Blanche Jackson of Maria j Parham hcapital, Honderaon, spent several days the flrsft of the week with her sister. Mrs. Hamet Brewer. Mrs. Fannie White and Mias Nan ‘ nie White are the guesxs of Mrs. Boyd Kimball of Henderson. Before •eturning home they will go to Frank lin’on to visit relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller arrived Inst week from North W.ilkesboro and ! will spend some time with Mrs. Mil s lers parents Mr. and Mrs. John Wil lson. of Near Drewry. | Miss He)ep Kimball of Richmond. lis home for her vasation. She and i Miss Rose Kimball visited their sister, ! Mrs. Horace Robinson of Henderson. | lasri week. Misses Alice White and Frances : Formey Duvall, of Whiteville, spent ' DiiLT Friday at MiddOdburg w*h Urm P y Mteß Fr * nce « Formey Du fPOm th * re to LouWburg and Ff-axiln ton to visit friends. spent T <""*vlUe H B W,hlt *‘ *«■«■» Henry Edmund, Nat Whiter and Wallace .. N ° noyd. Sunday afternoon B a«l BIH White. Alic. Anderson and Miss attended a swimming Sf o< Mlsam NbteUe Boyd and Martha ° f Gre ® nsboro ’ <* Tuesday Mr * John Cawthome, and children of Wlarren PteJna visited and N. D. Boyd near J owns vi lie and Mrs. H. B. White on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Ralph MHler called on Mrs. Hugh Wilson Monday after noon. Miss Alice White left on Wednes day for FrankHirion. While there she will be the guest of Mks Neil Joyner. The Presbyterian. Methodist Pro testant and Methodist' Episcopal churches of the Drewry community nave planned to have a union series of meetings In the school auditorium oommencing Sunday evening, Rev. D E. Barnhart of the First Meitho dlst church, Henderson, will do the preaching all are cordially invited. Mr. T. P. Paschall made a busi ness trip to Washington. D. C., on Monday. GROCERY STORES, FISH DEAL era and markets save on your wrap ping paper. Use old newspapers— Get a big bundle at the Dally Dis patch office fo* lhc. 21-U. THE DAILY DISPATCH IS 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. DID — By R. ■/. Sort/ AaiAriilion. -** K* V* •v' DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JULY 21, ltß2 ' *>■■■! ■■ . . ■ THE OLD HOME TQWN ****** v t *** <>+* By STAM PY i HERES AllbTHtH.) V . 17~' ~r j blis-tter M t M " ILaA , "THE THE PROPRIETOR CENTRAL. HOTEL. CAN 3jj?T °* cLL ‘dS"" <S»RAB OFP A LITTLH NAP -1 S NOON * VnJHEN all THE FLIES Att ° / * >N THE DINING ROOM Flat Rock News Miss Addie Jones of Henderson 1* spending the week with her grand father Mrs. John W. Reavis. Mrs. Kate Paschal and family of Drewry are visiting Mrs. Paflchal’s mother. Mm. A. E. White. The members of Fiait Rock M. P nic last Friday at Stark’s Mill Pond church enjoyed a most delightful pic from 11 until 5 o’clock. A most de lectable dinner was enjoyyed by all. Swimming was enjoyed by the young people. Mrs. Julia Warner of Durham U spending the week with Mrs. CTiris tine Gardner. Mt* Marie Wortham and Master Billie Wortham are spending some time with their aunts in Dabney. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Til'ley of Durham were the guests of Mrs. Tii ley’s aunt, Mrs. W. H. Nelson, Sun day. Mrs. Myram Fowter and family of Leaksvflle. N. C., were the weekend guests of Mrs. A. E. White and ftunlly. Mre. Christine Gardner spent the past week-end in Durham as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Annie I Perkins. Little Miss Elizabeth Richardson lof Durham is spending the week i with her grandfather, Mr. W. T i Davis. Mr and Mrs W. H. Nelson, Jr., and daughter Winnifred Horton of Dexter spent Sunday with Mr. Nel son's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nelson. Sr. M:« Mavis Hester and Rev. J. W. Braxton were the dinner guests of Miss Mary V. White, Sunday. Messrs. Arthur and Charlie May of Grenesboro visited Mr. Louis Davis over the week-end. Rev. L. B. Rea vis was the dinner of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nel son. Sr., Sunday. Mr. Tom Ham of Gainesville, Ga. is visiting his aunt, Mrs. T. P. Hes- PAGE SEVEN ter. • Mis* SalUe Davis is spending tile week at MJddleburg. as the gjest of her uncle. Mr. U. J. Rarrott. W. T. Davi* spent the past week end «i Durham a* the guest of hla children. Mrs. Gary Richardson, and Joh n Davis. Mr*. Short of Townsville la spend ing the week with her father Mr Robert Richardson Person Honnecutt of Durham, la spending sometime with hw sister, Mrs. Chrirtine Gardner Misses Lena. Floyd and Katherine Hangum of Oxford are spending jtv enat days this week with Misa Kath erine Reavis. Rev. R. S. Trexler of Tobaccoattle, N. C-, spent last week in the hame of Mr. H. T. Britt and family. He assisted Rev. J. W. Braxton in the revtvalv service* at Harris’ Chapel. Messrs George and Alfred Brown of Durham visited relative* m the community Sunday. "Bill” Ellis has returned from Camp Glenn, near Moreh<-ad CRy. where he attended camp with Company C. Mr. and Mrs. LXauivi and family of Cokeetoury community spent last Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. George Har ris. The public is cordially invited to attend the revival services at Flat Rock M. P. church this week. The afternoon services begin at 3:30 and Whitehead of Durttam is assisting evening services at 8 15. Rev. T J. Rev. J. w. Braxton in the services Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Brooks and family of Oxford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nelson and fam ily. B. P. WjCiubTo k . Have Biennial Meet In Chicago, 1933 Milwaukee, Wis., July 20.—Th* dennial convention of the National federation of Business and Profes ional Women's Clubs will be held in Chicago July 9 to 15, 1933, according o an announcement made during the nterin meeting meeting of the Na ional Board of Directors held here. Mrs. Pearl Warwick, of Champaign ind Chicago, retiring president of th* Illinois Federation of Business and Professional Woman’s Clubs and di ector of the Women’s Department of he Household Finance Corporation n Chicago, will be general chairman. The Hotel Stevens was designated aa convention headquarters. Since the Chicago Worid’s Fair—the Century of Progress Expedition—will in progress at the time of the con vention an unusually large atten lance Is expected. The Hoard of Di rectors is inviting the International Federation of Business and Profes sional* Women, which meets shortly xfter the close of the national meet ing. to hold its convention in Chicago text July. The invitation will be ex ended by Mrs. Geline MacDonald 3owman, of Richmond, Va.. national ■resident, during the meeting of the nternational Board of Director* in ■’aris, France, next week. If it is ac cepted. as appears to be likely, it will •ring many distinguished foreign vo nen to the United States. Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results VANILLA CUSTARD AND LEMON cua’ard 15c per pint m Bou-Ton Service Station. 21-ltt. A SECRETARIAL COURSE AT THE Henderson Business School will help you meet your country * now problems Fall term begins Sep tember 12. 1 ts FOR RENT TWO FIVE ROOM dwellings on Chavnaae Avenue, 120.00 per month. One 5 room dwelling Chavasße Ave nue, $15.00 per month. Three 5 room dwelling* Mitcfeell atrefM, $17.50 per month. Garnett Street Store ButKUng. Otlher desirable residential and business property at reasonable rental. Apply Trust Department. Citizens Bank A Trust Company 16 19 21 23 26 MOVIS MOTOR OIL FOR ALL ears and trucks 11c per quart. Guaranteed satisfaction or money refunded. None better. Sold at 847 North Garnett Street. Hender son. 22-311. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS IN shoes. Closing out fire sale stock. Don’t forget we are still doing ex pert shoe repairing. Boston Shoe Store. Next to Henderson Candy Kitchen. 24-ts JULY CLEAR ANTE OF ALL latlies hats reprinetl to clone, choice 2-V. Sec our windows. J. C. Penney Co. 21-11 - FOR SALE— USKD HARD BRICK 75c per 100. Tanner Roofing Co. suitable so.- tobacco barn furnace*, 134 Horner Street. lfl-21-2*. USED CAR VALUES 1930 Pontiac Custom Sedan. 1930 Chevrolet Coach. 1929 O.dsmoblle Coach. 1928 Pontiac Coupe. 1929 Pontiac Coupe. 1929 Ford Coach. MOTOR BALES CO. Phone S3* A COURSE AT THE HENDERSON Business School will help you to be SURE of yourself and SURE of you! future. Fall term begin* September 12. 3-ts. BELIEVE IT OR NOT—-OAT BY day In every way more and more people are learning about the merit* of our ebop. Meet your friends (Ms*. AJton’a Barber Shop. ThurP-Fn. ts.