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TERROR SPREADS AS RIO GRANDE GOES ON RAMPAGE
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Spreading t- rror ind hunger ’
throughout tho country.-id, -, tar- ;
but «*nt t’o»hl water? of the Kio .
Grande h a'v laid waste thousands j
"Rag Dolls” ot Social Register
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Here is a dress rehearsal scene tor the “Rag Doll '|
■umber <>t "\\ hunipton Whims.” the show recently j
E resenteu by the society Summer colony at West'
iarnptoQ L 1. Left to right (front! are: Eileen i
I tied Chicken for These Farm Strikers
# fraffr *
'*- , '" v
aivin* pau :n the farm holiday >trike seems to be |
irau? f K t ,, | “ PK ' n ; ; ul,l " in K b > this picture of a
* oup ul sti fl.crs :.r.d their families on the outskirts ,
BIG SISTER And Shirt Studs! By LES FORGRAVE
Alfp 1 /-(•- J£' e>M'T "A TMEV'RE FVSHIVOG for. j. THtSE RIVERS A«E FJUL ) I NO,TriEV'RE NOT USEDFOR A
oTt-tlTlu *y / _ i »oe. / Cg& mussels.-those pol6.<s of mussels / eating .but the sheu-s \ •
Tarrruc cS. rr. fcV\ 1 T HE ARE PGT TOGETkER I.IKE '
•ooflv Kl Vo p tOD e G *- v, °G', If S fn A RAtR OR" “TOIG&'S \\}lTH As SORT \ [ \ SOLO To BE
r?■ s Jif?\ Na ' v S€.L.P'. Ylj "k OF RAJcE. ATT THE SOTTCM CP EACH ‘ ARE PEARL BUTfCMS, VLKJIFE
* • Styr*' y S To SCOOP OP _. TV\AT / TVA ACT'S A TLVC-V _ HAMCXIS AKiO TV-HKiGS
y '' Tv,, j yyr — : —the j OF TH, ® r * oraT '
THE GUMPS—HONK! HONK!
f 'YcLL-TILDA- ARE. YOU CoOiNKa TO VtELL- VOURG LIABLE .Hio &feE OLD ANDY \ *
fe \NaShiNGTOKI WITH ut, WHEN WE GO ? @ . GUMP SE.ATEO IN THAT
h MOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE THE CHAIR VET - STRANGER THINGS HAVE J JX- V7.1l H g/ WHATS p DON T THROW OUR
' COCK IN THE WHITE. HOUSE? HAPPENED - AND IF 1 ENTER. THIS/ *— >v *> I ( INTO HIGH GEAR
PREPARE THE /WEALS . ) - CAMPAIGN AND TAKE THE STUMP /h /AND IF YOU \ * V \ UNTIL YOU'RE SURE E
7'-'—.' °‘ i . ' ' °°-A L UTYL% j I^'~ P '
of fertile no res. This photo shows
the customs house nt Fugle Pass,
Texas, just across from Mexico,
partly submerged in what is said
Duffy, -lean Baird, lane Bevier. Florence Duffy and
Jane Glynn In rear, left to right, arc: Grace
Straham. Karl McMurray. Helen Karle. Jacob West
email and Barbara Guild. All are of the vounger set.
of Sioux City, la. The farm women are solving their
husbands and brothers a roadside feast ol tried
chicken. Not one picket has deserted!
HENDERSON, (N.C ,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 8, 1932
j to be the worst flood in the ' or
| der country's history. The h.c
j Grande can bo seen in the fmv
i ground.
THE OLD HOME TOWN RegMtrtd V. 8. Patent Offiea By STANLEY
—,. fpYaouisPS 6<sU*ss We) (vvcu-.THE I
JT I ~° dot New / I hired nrH7/ Sooo LA kids vJU-lL
AS THOUGH School / i RIGjHT r/MAO \nho S\‘ _EAS!N 1
TMESCHOOL MASTER h. 1 MAN \ can handle 1
Boards<sot I is a \\ -twi? I /VTHisxeAß’.)
* **— *'f 1—.,,I —~, i
J/ RYAN KID COMING HOME
FROM THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL,
THEY REALIZED THE NEW PRINCIPAL
WAS <SQ/N£, TO BE A SUCCESS
<£> I‘J - - L*e VV. Plmilrv •'■ i,;i..l r.r ~
DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R. J. Scott
MO! WOMEN or ll, ll
CAM ENDURE tfQEAT BURDENsXyiOI l, J If I W!M AM f
OVER LONC DISTANCES — \V HlMwiii \til L
their work. »s heavy and » \ y W r’rfi
ARDUOUS Bur BE<SAB.DLfSS OF \\Jf I pMSmfM /WllK I
•THAT THEY WILL DAILY CARRY A3 \m]M MeK J/ffjWllffi / /’■..'
MANY As <WO OR THREE CHILDREN \\'4*WFf jrf a
TO AND FROM THE. SCENE OF THEIR* W‘ *l“*’ * / ’* V
LABOR'S Cop J),ala. l9.Ji*bv Ct»U»l Pr**» A«MCiAtiDO luf. f-J
Dispatch "
WANT ADS
Qgt Results
JUST RECEIVED A M' W .
Cheney cravats Woj.d!-,f *' r
meat of new pati*;.,-. ' '“"'*•'
ed, knots pertectly : ,,, u ~'
shape, (quality that t .„'
for 82.00 now ail ,tx*. T u < ,-.,., ~" ,
Company. ti.. ;
WANTED C A SI) i :Kwi< ..,
Large or small anv . „i., JMs ,
dress Register car,- t>,. (11 /
STENOGRAPHER - desires j.l
roanent or temporary j„,
eral office worn dt--:i,-.i .■ ”
fast and willing worker
years exper.enr.- j Xl ,
ferencea. Addrv<- . # Ic *
Care Dispatch. J ' 4
young’ MEN'S srn < ~ „
. - , 1 N Ji o n
brown, blue and gr;,\ .\,. w
and patter n;;, strip*.!-, ~
models seven buito:, ’,.,
bottoms, beautifully i n!,,., "* '' M '
the biggesl clothing j 'J'
teen years. Tucket Cii,*n..* „ <’ ' ‘

AN INVESTMENT IN Hts]
training will pay t, >. c .... "
through your life Heim. ..... |,
lness School Kali Vrn. i., >.'.,
tember 12. , - *'
TOBACCO J* OP.MERS Ist ~ -
newspapers to .-<tore joui . „,. u .
bacco on (let them at l,,
Dispatch office for 10c p. r a,r .
NEWEST STYLES IN
Brothers Suits sot men an.i , ,
men. For fifty yeai? they i,,-. u.
a standard of quality -i-. ,
wear in America. s*-<- «j,, ~
models on display io«ta-. j- ~.K rJ
Clothing Co. , j,
MAKE A FINAL DECISION TAKK
a business training at 'he H-r..i»..
son Business School. K. •►m, t,
gins Septerrtber 12. .
NEW SHIRTS "NEW J- ALL is,
terns, the Wrde-A-Wak« • *
cut and especially prieeu >
SI.OO. Needles hunt of *. \
fine tailored .-hiits i.ew (M-vir,-
and plain colors at il Tu k .
Clothing Co. y; ,
THE DAILY DISPATCH 15 NOW uN
Wo’tmin’i Pharmacy. Wiggins Drug
Case, Henderson Candy K:tch«.
aale aJ. The bmoke Shop. Jeffer^oL
Store, Agency. You may it* ur*
a c<-py from any of
at the regular price of fto. »-y
SPECIAIT IN N~ t .VL
milr north of town. Fini;\ >,•„••
day, Sunday. Old fa-hu.n. .1
wick stew. All von cm; <at ;-pe*.*.-
C. Leonard Harto*. <uii, .
NEW MAIJ,ORY HATS Kill FAI.i.
are here in ali ih<- mw -itadc; ji.:
styles for both m* n and y- in*
at, $3 50 and S.Vho i- f- A-.>t. u
hats at s).«.■» and i 2 A il>; >'
big values. Tu«kt-i Cio i.n.y c,
BELIEVE IT OR NOT DAY BY
day in every way rr.oi*- :mi m . T s
people are learning abuo*. thr nirt:::
of our shop. Mp*d yoin f? *-nc.-
here. Allen's Barber Shop
Thurs-Frt ts
ECLIPSE FINE BROADCLOTH- I*
blue tan. grey and white. pr>-
an unusual value t-t SI •«< Ma'j'•
tan shirts, the best known .»: d '
as the besf. newest patt* rr.-
full range of plain coloi. u.
cloth and oxfford weave.- a' :* ;
low price of $1 6f» and $1 SO i
Clothing Co.
NOTKi- TO CRFIMfiH.'
Notice is hcrebv jji'.'ii 1 <
Hujfhes-Hmaw Fu.<;ru • t- nu t •■
corporatii.n, Henderson. .% ' ’ fa '
made Deed of Assijjnmeni ii '... ’
its cteditois. to the iiini*i-.f f ‘
Trustee-Assignee. All rim.'..:- **•
please file itemized and veil lied ' •'•
ments of their respective «l.iin.- A! ' r
the Honorable Henry Fern < ! !•
4he Superior Court of Va:«»■•• *'•-■•
Henderson, N. C., on «>i le*f«*i. •>’••
year from the date hereoff •’ ’■“'
notice will be pleaded m **'i '
All persons indebted ot >:.ul r• ,r}»• ra
tion will please make in.im-di '* “ r '
tlement wilh the under^i^ne.:
This the Bth day of SepirmDr ’•' , 3-
Henderson. N. C.
WADDELL OHOIA*»N T
Trustee-A->)*o **'
SEABOARD AIK
UNE RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
!•»—8:48 A. M. for Richmond
Now York, connect,
tag at Norlina with N'<* 1,1 **
riving Forismooth-Norfolk
P. M. with partor-dlnlng car ar
vloe
1—2:52 P. M. for Richmond
aai Porfamouth, WaMlilngtun
I Now York.
l*2>-«:48 P. M. for Richmond
Washington and New York
ft—3:2B A. M. for Portsmouth
Norfolk Washlrgton, N'cw York.
Na. SOUTHBOUND
191—4:43 A. M. for Savannah.
JackaonvlUe, Miami. Tampa. St
Potomburg.
8-4:46 P. M. far Raleigh. S*n
ford, Hamlet, Columbia. Savan
nah, Miami, Tampa. St. F*rr»
borg.
ItT—7:SB P. M. for Ralelrh. H» m
lot. Savannah. Jackwmvllw
Miami. Tampa, St Petrr»h«rg
Atlanta. Wrmlngham.
6—1:25 A. M. for Atlanta, Hirm-
Ingha v, Memphis
Far Information oall on B *•
Ptanaanta DFA.. RaWgh. N ‘
or M C Cappa. TA . Hrnd«*'
N. C. |
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