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IBIKBIAOB PAlimk
social itfnvm
Confined With CekL
Mis* Thelma O Brien is confined to
her home with a severe cold.
Geest Here.
Averett Sledge of'Wake Forest Col
lege waa lhe guest of R. A. Whitten,
Ji yesterday.
Guest of Mrs. Handera.
Miss Emallne Gilman, of Norfolk,
Va i* the house guest of Mrs Ran
som Sanders on Belle street.
Returns to Hospital.
A L Ttllotson has returned to Duke
hospital >'» Durham for further treat
nisnt it wax learned today.
Auxiliary Meeting Cancelled.
The Julian E. Ingle branch of the
Womans Auxiliary of the Episcopal
church, will not have its meeting Frt
afternoon. it was said today.
Members are requested to be at the
Pr.n*h Hon** that evening at 7 30
. nock instead.
Mrs. McCracken Is
. Hostess To Club
Mrs T W. McCracken was hostess
ar 'ix tables yesterday morning at 11
ocluck at the regular meeting of the
Bridge Lunobeon Club in the West
End Country Club.
Mrs E G. Glenn was winner of high
score prize and Mrs. M. W. Wester
won the consolation prize.
A delicious luncheon plate was
served by the hostess.
Mrs C G Patterson is the hostess
for ih< n xt regular meeting on Wed
resda> October Ift.
Bobbitt News
B> MISS MARION WOODLfRF.
Mr and Mrs Nathan Pace of Ra
legh were the week-end guests of
Mrs Pace.- parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
N cmith
? Gill of Durham visited his pal
er’- Mi and Mrs H. P Gill, on Fri
,'n r:eh*
M u. l Mr< Robert I*assiter and
!;’•{■ daughter. Mary Ann, of War
rer’. i -pent the past week-end with
Mr- La--iter's parents Mr. and Mrs
. \\ Finch.
E iwrir.i Gill who is employed in the
Tex’i.e 1; -ntute at Concord was the
end guest of his parents. Mr.
Mi- John E. Gill.
M.-- Hazel Woodlief spent Monday
igh- ■ f .ast week with Miss Hilda
Haft r r.ear Henderson.
Mr- James Abbott continues to be
friends will regret to learn.
:i -crr.ai. Finch of the Bearpond
c ~n..riry formerly of this place is
•■> be doing nicely, after an
for appendicitis at Maria
Pa;r,am t...-pital. Friday, his friends
tr |.; to learn.
P.>- h < h visited his cousin Hlck
*a: l p,r, h at Maria Parham hospital,
Sur.dai af’ernoon.
Woodiief was the gueset of
H:-knijr, Finch at Maria Parham hos
p:’a Saturday evening.
Mr- Josie Duke Woodlief, Miss
Lem K Duke, and Mrs. R. O. Wood
•*”f and child-en. Charlotte and Ann
Maria were the dinner guests of Mrs.
7 J Keiley on Sunday.
Mr- T. J Kerley. Mrs. R. O. Wood
•iet Mi-s Luna K. Duke visited Mrs.
Jan.e. Abbott .Sunday afternoon.
Mi-- Ila Mae Young was the guest
of Mi-- Hazel and Helen Woodlief
Sur.dd\ afternoon.
Mi-- Marion Woodlief was the guest
Money, Time
and Health with the
new Vicks Plan (or
better Control-of-Colds.
*
many Colds SOfHIFP
HENDERSON
SATURDAY a* f
OCTOBER IQ
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Spa2ks SSSBfiSfiSfiSSBI
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Vlm stab in PEBSON ;! SPECIAL. EMtA6T**£HT t
Grandstand Chairs on Sale at Circns Ticket Office
Showday—lo:3o ▲. M. _
Circus Grounds—Corner Miami and Maple 'Streets
SOCIETY NIWS
£TTA KETT
~seo, NS Ueepcpc- Can She Pick a Winner? By PAUL ROBINSON
’ ~ HES OtEN WWE —I r 1 IN OTHHLWOBOT WESaswUI || ' C-ff.T net «.0i * OLD— i
SlS*] Hi wRSSSteSSSfIS?*) fe^'^oT
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of Miss Enid Kerley Sunday after
noon.
Misses Margaret and Hallie Brown
visited Mias Enid Kerley Sunday aft
ernoon.
Misses Margaret Brown. Hhllle
Brown. Enid Kerley and Marion
Woodlief were visitors of Rev. and
Mrs. R. E. Pittman Sunday.
Mlsa Madolyn Ellington and Paul
Kerley were visitors of Rev. and Mrs.
R. E. Pittman Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Young were the
Sunday afternoon guests of Rev. and
Mrs. R. E. Pittman
Rev. R. E. Pittman is somewhat
improved after a week s illness at his
home his many friends will be srlad
to learn.
J. L. Woodlief of Winston-Salem
was the guest of his brother, R. o.
Woodlief, Sunday.
Miss Alma Gill of near Henderson
was the dinner guest of Miss Elizabth
Young Sunday.
Miss Enid Kerley and Miss Mary
Allen Rowland spent Saturday in Ra
leigh.
Mrs. J. R. Ellington visited Mrs.
Chacy Hight Sunday afternoon.
Ronald Smith, little son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Smith spent Friday with
his aunt. Mrs. T. R. Smith.
Mrs. Minnie Highl and children,
Jessie Fuller, Betty and Doris spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss Addie
Young.
Thee Young People's League of
Plank Chapel church will meet at the
church Friday evening of this week.
Every member is urged to be present
ar it is the first meeting since the
change from an Epworth League.
Visitors are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Buchanan and
little daughter. Rachel spent Sunday
with Mrs. Buchanan's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. T. Wynne.
Mrs. H. P. Gill spent Sunday after
noon with her daughter, Mrs. J. B.
Ellington of near Henderson.
Mrs. J. B. Ellington was the host
ess to the Woman’s Missionary So
ciety. at her home on Sunday after
noon. There was a good attendance,
most of the members being present.
C. B. Woodlief had as his guests
Sunday evening James Satterwhite
and Rex Woodlief.
Miss Folsom Smith of Henderson
was the recent visitor of her aunt,
Mra. Maggie Brown of this community
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rowland visited
Rev. and Mrs. Pittman Sunday after
noon.
Miss Kathyn Murphy of Raleigh,
spent the past week-end with Miss
Marion Woodlief.
Mr. and Mrs. Otho May and chil
dren of Henderson were the guests of
Mr. and Mr 3. Thad Woodlief and Arch
Woodlief, Sunday.
Mrs. Thad Woodlief visited her
mother. Mrs. J. R. Ellington. Mon :
day afternoon.
Mrs. Etta Stric>.land visited Mrs;
Josie Duke Woodlief artd Miss Luna
K. Duke on Monday afternoon.
Roy Moss visited C. B. Woodlief on
Monday evening.
Messrs. Dorsey Woodlief and Char
lie Klttrell were the guests of Alex
and Ries Finch on Monday evening.
T. J. Pardue was host at an ice
creath supper given at his home on
Monday evening of this week.
Delicious home made ice cream was
HBNDBRBOR, 7H.C.J DAILY DESPATCH THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 198* “
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served.
Those present were: Mrs. Josie
Woodlief, Miss Luna Duke. Mrs. Etta
Strickland, hostess, and Miss Marion
Woodlief, Dorsey Woodlief, Wayne
Woodlief and W. B. Pardue.
Miss Clarice Blanks of Henderson
visitedd friends find relative* here
Sunday afternoon.
DUKE ALUMNI HERE
TO GO TO DURHAM
V
Homecoming Day and Mary
land Football Game Are
Attractions
Some Henderson and Vance county
alumni of Duke University are plan
ning to go to Durham Saturday for
the annual homecoming day exercises
and he big attraction of the Duke-
Muryland football game in the after
noon.
Meetings and inspection of the
campus will be offered during the
forenoon, with a barbecue luncheon at
12A5 p. m.. followed by the football
game at 2 p. m A carillon program
will be given at 5 p. m.. with other
events to follow.
An announcement says friends of
Duke University are cordially invited
to join with alumni in observance of
Homecoming Day. The program for
the day’s activities is as follows:
10:00 a. m. Registration of Return
ing Alumni and Guests (University
Union.)
11:00-12:0“ a. m. Class and Group
Meetings, Campus Tours. Etc.
11:00 a. m. Meeting to Discuss Spe
cial Alumni Memorial to Former
President John C. Kilgo.
12:00 m. Organ Program (University
Chapel.)
12:45 p, m. Barbecue Luncheon.
(Tickets may be Purchased in Lobby
University Union.)
12:45 p. m. Concert by Duke Univer
sity Band (In front of Courthouse.)
2:00 p. m. Football: Duke vs. Mary
land.
5:00 p. m. Carillon Program.
5:30 p. m. Fraternity “Open Houses.”
Alumni "Get-togethers,” Etc.
7:00 p. m. (Quadrangle Pictures.
VICTIMOF WRECK
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Complication Fatal to James
Abbott After Earlier
Improvement
James Clinton Abbott, 32 years old,
died in Maria Parham hospital here
last night at 11:40 o’clock of com
plications which developed after an
automobile accident two months ago.
At the time of the accident he was
considered critically hurt, but rallied
I and was out and about his affairs.
Within the past few days, however,
he suffered a relapse due to an infec
tion, and gradually became worse. ,
Abbott is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Elizabeth Finch Abbott, three
children, Joseph and James, 7, and
Dorothy Lou, four months old, and by
his mother, Mrs. M. J. Abbott, his
father having died several years ago,
and by four brothers, Hermas, Otho.
! David and Melvin Abbott, and a sis
ter. Miss Jessie Mae Abbott.
, Funeral services will be held at the
| grave, in the family cemetery. at 3
, o clock tomorrow afternoon, and will
’ be in charge of Rev. I_ vV. Hughes,
, rector of Holy Innocents Episcopal
j church in this city. The pallbearers
. had not been announced this after
, noon.
| The automobile accident in which
! Abbott was injured occurred on Sun
day afternoon, August 21, on the Hen
derson-Eposm highway, three miles
east of the city. At the same time
Mrs. D. R. Abbott, also riding In the
same car, said to have been driven by
H. H. Abbott, 23, was injured, at that
time thought critically, but she Im
proved. The car collided with one from
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the direction of Epsom, driven by Roy
Overton, who suffered a broken atm
and bruises about the body.
Thirteen individuals were riding in
the two cars, find ten of them were
injured in varying degrees.
MRS. CLIFTON WINS
IN HOSE CONTEST
Mrs. Nellie B. Clifton won the six
pairs of NoMend hosiery oiferei by
E. G. Davis & Sons Company ‘fo the
one guessing nearest to the correct
number of yards of silk thread con
tained in a pair of NoMend hosiery.
Mrs. Clifton’s guess which won the
hose was 26.000 yards us silfc thread.
The correct number of yards is 2J1.885.
There were other emanates within
500 yards of Hhe correct number, WtUJe
others guessed from 75 yards to one
million yards, it was stated.
This guessing contest, was offered
by E # G. Davis & Sons Company
two weeks ago as part of an advertis
ing campaign conducted by the store
to introduce NoMend hosiery to their
trade. Another feature of the cam
paign was a ftw pair of hose every
morning to the woman who identified
her picture in the show window of
the store.
The Gold Coast of Africa la prob~.
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:HOGM 9 A. M. TO 12 NOON
HISTORY QUERIES
ME INTERESTING
Reader la Invited To Try Hit
Knowledge Os History
On These
In another city a few days ago
eleven questions bearing on American
political history were submitted to
members of the Kiwanis club at one
of its meetings. Readers may find it
interesting to try a hand and see how
many of them they can answer. Here
is the list:
1. What are the qualifications as to
age and birth for candidates for
Presidency of the United States?
An?
2. How many living Ex-Presidents
of the United States are there; Who?
Ans:
What President served two non
ccnsecutive terms?
Ans:
4. What was the youngest President
of the United States; the oldest?
Ans:
A Against what President of the
United States were impeachment
charges brought?
Ans:
6. Who wax the first President to
Lave the United States during his
term of office?
Ans:
7. What President of the United
States have been assassinated while
in office?
Ans'
8. What father and son have both
been Presidents of the United States?
Ans:
9. What state has furnished more
Presidents than any other State!*
Ans:
10. How many Presidents has North
Carolina furnished, and who were
they?
Ans: *
11. What is the native state of Presi
dent Hoover?
Ans.
Banquet Postponed
By The Committee
At a meeting yesterday of the com
mittee in charge of the Father and
Son banquet, which was to have been
held Friday night in the Methodist
church ii was decided to postpone
the banquet indefinitely due so con
flicting meetings and the Inability of
some of the people taking part on
the program being here that night.
Those who have purchased tickets
may secure their money by returning
the ticket to whom it was purchased.
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Famous Riding Clown Is Circus Star
George Hanneford, pictured above,
star of the Hanneford family of rid
ers featured performers coming here
Saturday with Downie Bros, circus
when the big Sparks managed show
gives matinee and night performances
on the William street circus grounds.
Known the world over for his in
evitable red wig and hilarious comedy
mingled amid he thrills of skillful and
daring horsemanship this steller come
dian has become one of the most
popular of all circus funsters. The
Hanneford family with their six
thorobreds and five of the formost
bareback riders of the circus world
are said to be Americas highest sal
aried circus performers.
Sharing the spotlight on the pro
giam with the Hannefords will be
Buck Owens, cowboy film star, who
appears in person with his original
Hollywood company of movie cowboys
and cowgirls, the Morales family, old
Mexico's premere wire artists, Marion
Shuford equestrinne beauty star of
the 1932 innovation ’Dancing Horses'
in which thirty of Kentuckys finest
thorobreds are featured in a single
number, hosts of the worlds formost
aerialists, acrobats, gymnasts, clowns
and equestrians, as well as three
groups of liberty horses, herds of per
forming elephants, trained ponies and
the big double menagerie now the
second largest traveling menagerie or.
c arlh
The street parad? revived by Char
les Sparks, veteran manager of the
show is all new and said to be over
a mile in length, radiating with all
PAGE FIVE
GHU&OH BOOI2TXM
*N*ouH<naasm
the color and splendor of the street
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