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r ,,, : . hive not made known
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'V,.vifi\ in sunny hour
. •‘:u*h flower;
r above his tree;
.. .|i whose all-consmiim aim
’ ,i.. utm scorching’ flame.
,j -he very birth of time,
“'.j,,.; never bred In alt me;
* -n viawlina legless things.
I bears boasting wlnga!
Lit hi op Law, in Early
Tu Inter Washington and Lew.
, r :<e H.u rison left yesterday for
Aii k Va to enter Washington 1
*ec l i iversity.
Keturn From Asheville
hr!-y Harris has returned
. 1t i spending seveeai days
k • • ruL in Asheville.
I rum Buftinetut Trip,
,> i, \ Boyd has returned to the
a. business tiip to cities in
ai d northern Virginia.
1.. F.nter X. C. C. W.
. 1 :eida Haves expects to leave
. * t.x Greensboro to enter N.
u ?oi the coming school term.
VteeK Knd 111 Rocky Mount.
M-<t> Louise MoDfarman
• t. weekend in Rocky Mount
.• k r.er mother. Mrs. T. S. Mc-
Keturns Ta Home
* C r ” Thompson has returned
•me after spending a week
. ei -t-'. Mis s T. Dicker
iiieM* of H. A. Grissom.
; - 1 J Barbour and son Julian.
. aie the guests of Mrs,
'* ~ ' lathei. H. A. Gitssom. on
j at a’.ei.ue.
\ Biting Crawford Peace.
‘ • > d Button of Norfolk. Va . 1
.. \ 'nit Crawford Peace for
’( : few davs while on his wav
■nf FVte-t College.
t \|>»N ted from Richmond.
-- ! i!e Hamm is expected to
ri Richmond. Va.. where she
-jvnding ( the summej
tuxillan I irrle To Meet.
■ ’be Methodist Protestant ;
' >: will meet tonight at 730
' Miss Eugenia Boyd on
»- >'»:ue, a good attendance is
Recovering at Home.
V Might, who is connected
'irolina Stores in Newton,
■ me on Andrews avenue re-.
- fi rm a dislocated knee.’
'he injury while working J
I • ir ~* Newton.
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SOCIETY NEWS 1/
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Curtain Goes Up On
Local Charity Ball
With the finishing touches put on
the decorations late this afternoon,
everything is in readiness, now. for
the Rotary Clubs' Big Charity Ball
which is to be staged in the Big Hen
derson Warehouse tonight from 10
to 2 o'clock with Jelly Leftwich and
His Orchestra furnishing the music.
The Community Service Committee
of the Rotary Club, of which W. H.
Fleming is chairman has been worn*
*r.g hard and has had the cooperation
of the other club members in work
ing out the plans for this immense
dance. Dr. I. H. Hoyle, a member of
the committee, had charge of the
music and H. T. Morris, the third
member of the committee, had charge
of the decorations at the warehouse.
This committee has done eits work
well, according to reports, and it is
hoped that they will feel well reward
ed for the activities tonight by hav
ing a great number of people attend
Dancing is scheduled to get under
way at 10 o'clock and will continue
until 2 a. m. Spectator seats have
been provided for those who do not
dance but would like to see the
All through the dance and espe
cially during the Intermission hour,
the cabaret Is expected to do a very
thriving business in dispensing its
soft drinks, sandwiches and the like
to the dancers at special tables. This
is a new feature for dances in this
section and is expected to be pat
ronized very much this evening. A
request has come from the commit
tee on the cabaret, of which Mrs. R.
E. Clements is chairman, that no in
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1932 *
termission parties be given during
the intermission hour. These parties
would take the crowds away from
the dance and little could be sold at
the refreshment tables. The proceeds
of the refreshments, over cost, will
be turned into the club's charity
i fund, it was said.
SorosU Club To Meet.
The Sorosls Club will hold its
meeting on Thursday afternoon at
•1 o’clock with Miss Cornelia Gary
on Charles street, it was announced
Returns From Petersburg
( B. F. Braime, of Petersburg, Va.,
j ha.- returned to this city where he ex
pects to make his home wltih his two
• sons. E. C. Brame and F. H. Brame
! on Route 3.
To Attend Wake Forest
Harry Bunn. Jr., was In Wake
Forest today registering for the
j school term. He expects to attend
; that school this year, having been a
'student at Carolina for the pa-.t two
To Teach at Aberdeen.
I Miss Ciiffie Williams a former
! teacher of Dabney high school, who
| has been visiting Mrs. H. B. Parrott
1 recently, has gone to Aberdeen to
! resume her duties as French teacher
j in the high school at that place.
Leave for High Point.
I M iss Mary Parham left yesterday
, for High Point College to enter for
the school year.
Healthiest in Ohio
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Selected from among 88 Ohio 4-H
tlub girls as the healthiest ia Ohio,
Miss Dorothy Haines of Criders
ville will represent the state at
the national 4-H club contest in
Chicago. Dorothy, who is 16, is
five feet three and one-half inches
tall and weighs 117 pounds.
Returns To Raleigh.
Miss Hazel Willis, who has been
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W
P. Murphy for the past few days,
returned to Raleigh yesterday and
was accompanied home by Misses
Marion Woodlief, Katherine and Lil
| Kittrell News
By MISS RUBY SMITH.
Miss Lessie Woodlief charmingly
entertained the members of her Sun
day school class ,and a number of
their invited guests, at a picnic sup
per, on the beautiful grounds at the
pond of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Parham,
on Friday evening, of last week.
The guests participated in the nu
merous games which were played,
and also in the swimming and boat
Those enjoying Miss Woodlief’s hos
pitality, were: Misses Mabel Breed
love, Carlia Parish, Emily Parish,
Eleanor Woodlief, Sallie Woodlief.
Emily Floyd, Grady Floyd, Mildred
Stone, Mildred Edwards, Josephine
Edwards, Mary Eliza Floyd, Sue
Harris, Grace Lee White, and Ladie
Barnes, Joseph. Clayton, Roscoe Ed
wards, Samuel Coghill, Woodrow
Breedlove, Eugene Breedlove, Ralph
Kerley, Edwin Ellington, Rex Wood
lief. Edward Woody, William Elling
ton, James Thomas Barne*, and Wal
ter H. Stone.
Miss Annie Ree Kittrell, of Green
ville. who has been spending several
weeks here with her sister, Mrs. C.
S. Smith, after attending summer
school at Columbia University. New
York City, left Thursday for Golds
boro, to resume her duties as a fa
culty member in the Goldsboro city
Misses Mabel Breedlove and Ladie
Barnes, and Mark Woodlief attended
the Breedlove family reunion at Mld
dleburg. on Sunday.
Miss Virginia Edwards returned to
her home near her* on Saturday,
after spending the past week with
relatives in Asheville.
Mrs. A .E. Woodlief had as her
guests on Sunday, her sister. Miss
Sallie Woodlief, and nephew, Harold
Finch, of Route 2,
Avritte Sledge left Monday for
Wake Forest College, to attend school
there during the next school year.
Mrs. J. B. Ellis had as her dinner
guest on Sunday, Rev. J. D. Miller,
Miss Theresa Woodlief, and Harold
Finch, were visitors on F.-’day zon
ing of Miss Christine Edward i and
Jerry Edwards, near Bearpond.
Mrs. H. E. Brown*, left Saturday
for Seaboard, to spend sometime
there with her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Brad
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hester were the
guests on Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Gill ,at Bobbitt
Miss Sallie Woodlief, had as her
visitor on last Thurnagy evening,
Miss Lila Garrett, of nhar Egypt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers, and
son. John Allison, of Bobbitt, were
guests of Mrs. Rogers’ sister, Miss
Ada Woodlief, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Woodlief, and
daughter, Shirley, of Raleigh, and
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Woodiief, and
son, Horace, Jr., of Henderson, opent
Sunday, with J. A. Woodlief, and
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Woodlief, at their
home near here.
Miss Margaret Pittman, of Dur
ham, was the weekend guest here
of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. E.
Misses Phyllis Smith and Lois
Woodlief, were visitors in P.aleigh.
on Wednesday evening, of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guv Woodlief, and
little daughter, Janet. Mrs. Della
Woodlief, and Arthur Woodlief. of
Henderson. Wafted relative here
Mrs. A. A. Stainback, had as her
guests on Sunday evening, her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Watkins,
of near Bearpond.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hlght, and son,
Ralph, of Henderson, were visiters
on Sunday, of Mrs. Eight's sister.
Miss Ada Woodlief.
Miss Jessie Harrell Mitchell re
turned to her home at Ahoskie, on
last Wednesday after spending some
time here as the guest of Miss Clive
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finch, and
son, W. H. Jr., and Miss Phyllis
Smith, visited Mrs. Finch's cousin,
Miss Fannie tjenkins, near Frank
linton, on Sunday.
Miss Ora Garrett, of Henderson,
spent the week-end here with her
mother, Miss Margaret Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith, and son,
Charles Parsons Smith, were visitors
on Sunday of Mr. Smith’s sister,
Mrs. Maggie Brown, at Bobbitt.
Mrs. E. H. Perkinson. had as her
guests for several days last week,
Mrs. H. H. Perkinson, and sons,
Ralph, Hubert and John A1 Perkin
son. of Dillon, S. C.
Mrs. Laura Lamberth, of Norfolk,
Va., came last Tuesday to spend
sometime here with her sister, Mrs.
C. H- Williams, Friends of Mrs.
berth will be sorry to learn that she
had the misfortune to fall and break
her arm. on last Wednesday.
E. H .Perkinson, left Sunday for
Dillon, S. C„ to spend several days.
Mrs. A. A. Stainback, and children,
Etheleene and Brady Thomas, spent
the week-end at Oxford, with Mrs.
Stainback's sister, Mrs. L. E. Breed
Mrs. C. H. Williams had as her
guests for several days last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone, of Reidsville.
Miss Valeria Perkinson, of Bobbitt,
came Sunday to visit her grandpar
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perkinson.
Miss Selma Woodlief, of Raleigh, j
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wood
Miss Bessie Martin, of Suffolk, Va.,
a former Zeb Vance school faculty
member,wh o has been visiting Mrs.
G. Fred Finch, for several days last
week, has gone to Wilton, to take up
her duties as faculty member of the
Wilton high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Woodlief, of
Henderson, were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Woodlief, on Sunday.
With Sister Sunday
Miss Carrie Thompson spent Sun- \
day with her sister. Mrs. J. M. Hob-j
good, in Oxford.
W- ? n NOSE DROPS
M i!i fIiIRJUEJsMLJJjUI H ■ ,
f CHARITY BALL
Tuesday Evening , Sept. 13
Big Henderson Warehouse
Time 10 ’til 2 —Music By
JELLY LEFTWICH And
Dancing Per Couple $2.00
Spectators 50c Per Person
m la Under auspices of Henderson Rotary Club for
the benefit of community service work.
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with their grand styles that modern
girls love, and their printed cutting
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And you will cheer our stock of woolens..
Fur coats, suits and dresses.
Waffle weaves, ostrich feather wool,
suedene swagger tweed, plaids, flannels,
crepes, serges and broadcloth in the bet
iter colors for this season, at prices that
you never expected to see them and hope
never to see again. #
Odd Inf fine kid trloves. formerly *2.95 SI.OO
5-4-in. woolen coatings, were $1.95 SI.OO
54-in. fine wool serves, yes. they are in stvle again,
50e, 75e, SI.OO
Knit dresses, coats and suits, in beautiful weaves
and colors $1.95 to $9.95
Plated silver bread trays, were $1.25 h3e
Interwoven sox of pure silk in solid and faney colors,
were 2 pairs for $l.O0 —now 0 pairs SI.OO
2 eans regular No. 2 size red cherries, for pies 26e
2 cans regular No. 2 size grapefruit juice 26c*
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