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MARRIAGES PARTUS
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
' COINBJEL.
. , hl . W f take counsel 0 f the old.
|r“ r >" N*forf grey hair* and wrlnk
vd >’ v ‘“
. tl aJxenture. fortune and m»r-
Dl ’»>**
-J :<.t‘ slray the parent
./aK,-k our youth that clamors to
re t> -1
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Vl i:«l the *ktw’
• »e stay our hand for aged
-he blood ui old men's limhe
<ri we beueve that all ad vi<v t a
comes from old and with
* \.ed -P*'
- . -ante old men used to ride
•h< yKie#.
_ . b:.i>p 'he sea in rotting crazy
v , fvl :r. 3«l\ice and laugh with bold
wai-e *)<“
v a rr.sn taking milk in fcebie aipe.
—Comber.
> Lai ting Mrs. Perry.
V... Mary Hall of Oxford. U viait
. M Her.ty Perry on Chestnut
>• fC
Returns to Duke.
y i. Page Gooch returned to Duke
.rr.-;'' today to resume her
;c, it that institution.
leaves for Duke.
\\ .a..: F Howland. Jr., left yester
. :,i I«uke t niveraity where he
- -..oik toward his I.i.R degree.
>ln I atta To Be Hoateee.
M.- i-»:ta will be hostess to
1 C’.ufc at Urn
meeting on Wednesday even
. ? oi;.vk at her home on Belle
.• t?: » n.vnibvis or any wishing
ii«> a.sked to be present.
teachers Arrive.
V Pans and Miss Lillian
r .ia of iLouisburg. are the
- t jchers that hav’e come to
r . r ..-hrrage on Church street but
■- . x;«*-»’»*-«i to arrive this aft
,d louiorrow.
Faslnortfebiw . ..
Comforiabi* ..,
Feather Light,.,
/ Modptt Price ...
\ That's the story of Selby
“ J Styl-Eex Shoes .. . why
The Driisele not try a pair today . . .
No.t th. d.inty trimming **) h , ve a ,| the ■
comfortable heel on true
d/e«y afternoon 9 xW comes from wearing that
which is fashion-right , . .
plus special in-built fea
tures that gently support
the arch . . . and relievo
ttT pressure at the ball . . .
end they ere so modestly
\i nC- A1 Stylo »«d $6
The Ana
An unutual Map-in for drees.
Note the perky bow.
I. G. Davis A Sons Co.
Wednesday Specials
Infants dresses, 1 to 3 years in fast color
ed broadcloth
Sweaters with berets, all c<^ors —
SI.OO, $1.25, $1.50
Ladies smocks in cretonne and prints,
$2.00 value, now sl-00
X 1.90 blue and white men’s broadcloth
shirts, “Nofade” brand $1.19
1 2 lb. jar of pure preserves, 30c
l Xo. 2 cans grapefruit juice 26c
1 quart jar pickles
E. G. Davis & Sons Co.
Htadmon, N. 0.
SOCIETY NEWS lA
_ TRLRPHONR 610 :::::::: : . SOUBS 91ATO 12 NOON
n-TA KETT
Eo,i l S Pal Off . copyright. IV2-. |
from Richmond
r V B °y d ' Un Jasper
B. Hicks and Misa Virginia B. Boyd
have returned from Richmond Va.
w ”are they spent the week-end.
Mre. Harris Improving.
p - R - Harris, who has been 111
for the past two weeks, is improving,
t «u learned today, but Is not able
to leave her room.
(matulations
Announce Birth of Laughter.
Hr. and Mrs. L C. Stone. Jr., an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Myrtle Ann. on September 18. 1932
at Maria Parham hospital.
Happiness depends on being able to
sift the things that glimmer and de
ceive from the things that are simple,
real and fixed.
t . ». rT> -‘? * J*• : >■ It
HENDERSON, TN.C.J DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 198* *
Marian Martin
: Pattern :
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SMART FOR SCHOOL
PATTERN 9440
Will it be the adorable, new neck
line or the inappy pleats and seaming
that will win you first? I*, might eas
ily be both. One can picture this or.
any girl, with all its smaimess and
trimness redoubled by her youth. It
will be ideal for school wear made of
sheer wool, chains, jersey 01 linen,
with collar and tabs of contrast.
Pattern 9445 may be ordered only in
sizes 6 <to 14. Size 10 requires 1 3-4
yards 54 inch fabric 1-2 yard 36
inch contrasting. Illustrated s!rp-by
step making instruction« included
wdh this pattern.
To get a pattern or t‘ •> modi!, send
FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or
stamps (coins preferred). Pleast
write very plainly your NAME, AD
DRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE
of each pattern ordered- \
For a complete collection of the
smartest, most p.actical a .id easieet
(c-rnake styles, consult she MARIAN
MARTIN FALL AND WINTER PAT
TERN CATALOG. Its 32 pages in
clude beautiful for juriors and
!..ddies. as well as t*he best of the new
season’s afternoon, evening, sports and
house frocks, lingerie and pajamas.
Exquisite items for gift sewing, too.
SEND FOR YOUR COPY . PRICE
OF CATALOG, FIFTEEN CENTS.
CATALOG AND PATTERN TO
GETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
Address all orders to The Dally Dis
patch Pattern Department, 232 West
18th Street, New York City.
Missionary Society
Meets At Church
The Corinne Parker Missionary So
ciety of the First Baptist church met
at the church Monday afternoon- Sep
tember 19, at 4 o'clock with Mrs. R.
J. Hawkins. Mrs. George Webb and,
Mrs. J. G. Robinson as hostesses.
Mrs. M. C. Miles, the president call
ed the meeting to order and present
ed Mrn H A. Demi-’, leader for tfca
afternoon.
After singing “Love Divine /II
Love Excelling;’’ M:s. G. W. K lott
gave a most interesting devotional
which was followed by prayer offer
ed by Mrs. Franklin Mills.
"Giving” was the subject of a paper
given by Mrs. Brooks Parham. Miss
Neliene Perry and Mrs. R. B. Green,
accompanied by Mrs. M. F.
sang. "The Sweetest Story Ever
Told."
The society was delighted to have
H. J. Whitmore as gest speaker, who
Catching
vicks
HOSE l~jP
was presented by Mrs. Dennis. He
gave a most inspiring talk on “Per
sonal Soul Winning and Prayer.”
During the business session, the
minutes were read, the treasurer’s re
port was given and conditions of all
standing committees were heard.
The following commltteecs were ap
pointed: Church committee, Mrs.
Franklin Mills, Mrs. Brooks Parham,
Mrs. Guy Horner and Mrs. W. C.
Cates. Nominating Committee, Mrs.
Franklin Mills. Mrs. Ai Wester and
Mrs. G. W. Knott.
The hostesses for October are Mrs.
G. W. Knott, Mrs. Elmer Powell, Mrs.
Roy Tippett and Mrs. E. M. Edwards.
The society enjoyed a social hour
at which time delicious home made
ice cream, wafers and candies were
served by the hostesses.
World Club Meets
With Mrs. P. H. Rose
The World Club, formerly the Ep
worth League, of the M. E. church,
met at the home of Mrs. P. H. Rose
Monday evening at 8 o’clock.
Emma Thomas Rose was the leader
of the program. Following the first
hymn, Dorothy McDuffie read Psalm
100 followed by sentence prayers led
by Bessie Mae Johnson, Ruth Good
rich Thomas read a story after which
another hymn was sung, Dorothy Coop
er read a poem. The Upward Road.
Fiances Might next read a prayer
poem.
Dorothy McDuffie, treasurer, called
the roll and there were ?1 present, in
cluding there new members.
Mrs. Rose read a short story and
the meeting closed with a hymn.
Mite Hurls were out and
refreshments were served.
It was decided that the next meet
ing will be held on Friday evening,
.September 30 with the place to be
announced later.
Kittrell News
By MISS RUBY SMITH.
Miss Rosalie Woodlief. who has
been spending the summer months
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. R. Woodlief, left last week for
Stovall to resume her duties there as
faculty member In the Stovall high
school.
Miss Ora Garrett, of Henderson
spent several days here last week,
with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Gar
rett.
J. C. Palmer, was a visitor in Nor
lina on last Sunday.
P. V. Hight, who has been under
going treatment for sometime at
State Sanatorium at Sanatorium, has
been transferred to Scott Parker
Sanatorium, at Henderson.
H. E. Browne, who has been con
nected with the Seaboard Air Line
Railway Company and has been sta
tioned here for a number of years,
has been transferred to Henderson.
Mr. Browne left last Thursday to take
up his duties at Henderson.
Mrs. B. T. Woodlief had as her
visitors on Thursday. Mrs. Mae Brad
ford. of Watkins, Mrs. Nettie Nash,
of Durham, Mrs. J. M. Barnes, and
children. Nina Ann. and John Mar
shall, and Mrs. Nina Hight. of the
Floydtown Community.
Reginald Perkins, spent several
days last week in Louisburg.
Miss Florine Smith, was the guest
of Miss Ella Clifton Mitchlner, at
her home near Franklinton, on Thurs
day and Friday.
Chester Overton, was the guest on
Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barnes.
War Nurse Head
An angel of mercy during the World
War, when ebe served oversees with
the American forces. Miss Mary A.
MacDonald, of Caubridgs, Mass., is
the new commander of the Ameri
can World War Nursea. She was
I elected at the organisation's eon
-1 .rention in gftCtlnmh xaemtlP
at their home, in the Floydtown Com
munity.
Mrs. Jennie Husketh, returned to
her home here Friday, after spending
sometime with relatives near Fr&nk
linton.
Miss Ada Woodlief, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hight, and son,
Ralph, of Henderson; and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Rogers, and son, John Al
lison, of Bobbitt, were guests on Sun
day of Miss Woodlief’s sister, Mrs.
J. E. Woodlief, near Wilton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Husketh, and
children, Janie, Mary Joe, and Lucile
Plummer, and Mrs. Jennie Husketh,
were visitors of Mr, and Mrs. W. B.
Mitchell, near Wilton, on Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Ellis, had as her visitors
on Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph N.
Ellis, of Warrenton.
Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Whit
ten, of Raxboro, were visitors here
on la-’t Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Williams, and
daughter. Miss Susan Williams, of
Kaleigh, were the guests of r. Wil
liams' mother, Mr;. C. 11. Williams,
here Sunday.
Miss Bessie Atkinson, of Black
stone, Va., came Monday to spend sev
ctal days with Mrs. E. R. Wooclief,
before taking up her duties as fa
culty member of the Zeb Vanc4 l. rh
As The New School Term Begins
ROSE’S 5-10 & 25c STORE
Takes Pleasure In Welcoming Teachers and Pupils
We invite you to make our store your meeting place. Courteous
attention is assured. On every counter you will find high quality
merchandise at the unusual low price of 1932. Your money spent
here is spent wisely with no regrets. Satisfaction is our motto.
Check over the items listed below and get your needs while our
stock is complete.
Pencils, 6 for sc, 5 for sc, 3 for sc, 2 for 5c and 5c each.
Mechanical pencils, 10 and 25c * DCD
Pencil boxes, . 10c and 25c i AiEjK.
Fountain pens, —lO c 25c Writing
Fountain pen ink, large Rose’s big value tablets,
bottle 5c 150 sheets 5c
Carter’s ink 10c Pencil tablets, 2 for 5c
Crayons, box 5c and 10c A lArt
Tube paste 5c and 10c Composition books 5c and 10c
Ml ,riiL fio and 10c Filler paper, 60 sheets loi _oc
Mucilage —oc ana luc pßper> 30 sheet pac kage,
Book bags lOcto 98c 2 for 5c
Lunch boxes 10c and 25c Loose leaf binderS — loc
Paper napkins, 50 for sc, Pocket knives, 10c and 25c
and 100 for 10c Waste baskets 10c
These 1932 Prices Will Soon Be
A Memory. Take Advantage and
Buy Your Hosiery Now
Bovs’ golf socks, pair lA. IP. Ladies’ silk full fashioned hose, iA
sizes up to 11 IVCf I«JC chiffon and service weight, pair
(Best values to he found)
S« b<^’ir* Bd ..* ,ri .!. 58 . 10c, 15c Ladies’ extra fine eJ, if foil iiosf, gQ
pair 1 "’ 10c, 15c " ” yon 19c, 25c, 39c
Must be seen to appreciate value.
Children's long stockings, fine needle | A , „ _
goods, bast si, ados, all si»,s. pr UJC 10c, 19C, 25c
Infants' stockings, mercerized, Children's 10 Q6a
white and champagne, pair lUC sweaters Avv
Goodies lor Lunch Time
Fresh Salted Peanuts, pound * 10c
Salty Pretzels, good for children, box 15c
Candy Suckers, 15 for sc, and 6 for 5c
Again, W elcome to
ROSE’S 5-10 & 25c STORE
Henderson, N. C.
By PAUL ROBINSON
■tr I ISiSfoTl; (wiWMS oucß
GOMC '*> SAW! S\( OU 'U.Nfc*L2 ■
HOME YD IN ** A< jH|P^M
ZCOOQi.
Mis. H. E. Browne returned t> her
home here last Wednesday after
spending sometime in Seaboard with
relatives.
Mrs. M. H. Gottlob, who has been
spending the summer months here
with here mother, Mm. Lucile Hart,
at her home. Journey’s End, left Fri
day for her home, Lake Shore Prlve,
Chicago, Illinois.
Mies Charlotte Pittman, left Fri
day for Mount Olive, where she will
resume her duties as a faculty mem
ber in the Mount Olive city schools.
Mies Elizabeth Browne, returned to
her home here Friday, after spending
the past two weeks in Seaboard, with
'her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Bradley.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vaughan, of
Route 2, announce the birth of a
daughter, on last Sunday, September
11, 1932. Mrs. Vaughan was, before
her marriage, Miss Parry Lee Per
kinson.
Little Mlbs Virginia Marie Smith,
of Akron, Ohio, came Friday to
spend sometime here with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith,
Sr.
Revival services began at the Kit
trell Baptist church, on Sunday even
ing, September 18, and will continue
■through this week. The services are
GHUBOH SOCIETIES
AJnfOfMOXNEVTS
being conducted by lhe pastor. Rsv.
Randolph, of Franklinton. assisted by
Rev. Smith, of First Baptist church,
at Goldsboro, and will be in the even
ings at seven-thirty o’clock. You are
invited to attend these services.
Members of the senior class of the
KUtrell Episcopal church, Sunday
school, with Miss Phyllis Smith, as
teacher, entertained a number of their
friends at a wienner roast, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith,
last Thursday evening, from eight to
eleven o’clock. Everyone present par
ticipated in the games, riddles, con
tests and songs.
Those present were: W. H. Finch,
Jr. Swindell Smith, Warren Smith,
Aubrey Pleasants. Walton Smith. Wil
son Pace, and Misses Phyllis Smith.
Eleanor Smith. Mary Fuller Pace,
Isabelle Pleasants, Mildred Smith,
Mildred Edwards, Olive Perkinson,
Virginia Edwards, and Ruby Smith.
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