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social Acmvimi SONNET. (Tl> , prophet of Social Justice) , i;l c;in see the fire leap from your ucred unhollv splendor: all the cruel of humans were as fuel your high madness of no compro mise , Ml l can see your lips so sensitive tense, vour mouth so sensuous of wrong > living port who never wrote a song. v k. asket s<> little, had so much to give' know I that your madness is the yrlit « ~r ;i iine- the melody of earth! \4 ■ of t'hsos fired in agony. r ( ii’ of your fierce ecstasy exalt r(j e human mind to a new cosmic birth his c i)Ul for freedom, is not frrt * _ p ,hi:. Limpson. in Poetry World. Choir HehoaraaJ. reguUi rehearsal of the choir _ f Kir' f Baptist church will be b» i n the church this evening at ’} • • clock will Rehearse Tonight. Tha v'ho.t of the First Christian r -. h will hold its weekly rehearsal • r i:h* at T to o'clock at the church. A ho;t members are urged to be - ’■ World Club To Meet. !■>- World cluh of the Methodist r : ..opal church will meet this even r - ,t 730 o'clock with Miss Sarah Mf* Snetl at her home on Zene street, ;t was announced today. Kiperted Home. M Maiy Hayes Blacknatl. Mary A'r B*tsv Rose Jones and Mar f\—- Bunn students at the Woman's c .ei** • f ’he Cniversity of North Car . < ir tireeosboro. are expected to r> •:»,.» to -pend the week-end with 'tv.; parents in the city. Sorosis Club With Mrs. J. C. Gardner V*-- J C Gardner entertained the > - Club Tuesday afternoon at j - ' .. k. at its regular meeting at hm:*' on Charles street. M - Cornelia Cary, the president of »h presided over the business - - -luting which Mrs. Eric G. F :--..<san read the minutes and call »i The :- 11. Mrs. Alex S. Watkins was Treasurer of the club. ih---Tice of Mrs. T. H. Crow- Wc>- - i.-ader for the afternoon, Mrs. f’ F Mr I- had charge of the very in iT'r.-’.rg p. -Etam that was presented. The subject f>r the meeting with Mrs iJar-t'-e- was "Violin Music." Mrs J t Mills read a paper on "The Origin 9-d Development of th Violin." Mr* H C Gary ga\-e very interestlng y a hi -gi aphiral paper on Frit* Kre-slert which was followed by two vtcttoli, iccords by Kreisler. “3ou 'cpir and Tales of Hoffman O N'tgh’ *f Love'' with John McCormick fimou- lush tenor, being accom hv Kreisler on the violin. Mrs W H Fleming gave a paper so- Miss Cornelia Gary on "Other Fa- Violinist ' after which “Traum *r»i hv Schumann, was played on the violin. As a special feature of the program, Archibald Yow gave two violin solos. TraMmeroi" and Londonderry Air*’ an Insh meidov. accompanied by Mias D- ro*h\ Jones at the piano. Immediately following the delight ful program, the hostess served de •ich'Us refreshments in two courses, a ?? ad c -ursp followed by ice cream and rookies. VICKS COU6H DROP ... All you’ve hoped for in a Ccugh Drop medicated with ingredients of a ri f Vapoßui 11 eSMESSsjB SEND US YOUR WASH WORK That’s our business and we are prepared to handle your washing each week with promptness and satisfaction. For a change, give us a trial next week. ou will be pleased with the service we render. Henderson Steam Laundry Phone 508 -. * y. SOCIETY NEWS >JT. TMJMosx no : : e g 5 3 • : : HOUR! oa.a. to u hook ETTA KETT ' 1 ea.aoaw ww IIIIL A/ P diT—l mi 7 _ By PAUL ROBINSON J \ rSFwwrasll MAQf?S WlNiff IVL GIST DAO U P*-,NORTH* J TDHOUYO Tft (9>r* J EtM J V IX V»MCro«ALL \ OUtOT TH|^; | l nte mind G&roec J % V*/ s/. FOC- f Kuching Trimmed BS ™ y- BP This frock of flesh chiffon ha* fluffy ruchings trimming shoulder and hem. The styling is simple and worn by Adrienne Ames, screen player. Birthday Party Is Given On Tuesday On Tuesday afternoon from three until five o'clock. Blanche Hunter Coghili, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Coghili. celebrated her third birthday. Many little friends were pre sent for the occasion, bringing with them gifts for the little girl. As the presents were opened each child was eager to see what they contained. After playing on the porch and in; the yard, swinging and playing In the' playhouse, the little guests were serv ed apples by Blanche Hunter. About four o'clock the little children were called into the dining room for the refreshments, after singing "Hap py Birthday to You.” Blanche Hunter blew out the candles on her cake. The little guests were then served cake and grape lemonade. The invited guests present were: Ntna Anne Barnes. Vivian Eloyd. Charlotte Pulley, Betsy Wells Wood lief. George and William Frazier, Rosa Mae Coghili and Carl Carl Hern don Coghili. About five o'clock the little guests left for their respective homes, each wishing little Blanche Hunter many more happy birthdays—Reported. HBMMrtOT, TB.C.J DAILY DBPATCH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1981 ~7 Hicksboro News By MISS FLORENCE B. WOODY. The farmers are busy housing to bacco this week, afraid there is dan ger of frost. Mr. and Mrs. Genie Gill of Stovall were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Clarence O'Brien. Mrs. Tlfe Cole, who underwent an operation at Brantwood hospital, Mon day is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tillotson of hpar Henderson, were Tuesday guests of his mother. G. G. Tillotson. Miss Nellie Be9e Stovall and Thor ton and Billy Stovall were guests of Miss Rebecca Shanks Sunday. Miss Edwinner Shotwell of Stovall spent the week-end with her grand mother. Mrs. Emma Shotwell. Mrs. GArnet Satterwhlle spent Wed nesday in town. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hicks visited Mrs. Leak Avery near Dabney Sun day afternoon. (Little Dorothy Hicks is spending several days with her grandmother, Mrs. Will Clark. Mr. and'Mrs. H. T. Gill entertained a number of their friends at their home Friday evening. The feature of enjoyment was a brunswick stew, served by the briyht light from a bon fire. Mrs. S. A. Green's Sunday guests were her son. Reuben and wife of Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. M. W. Woody, r. and Mrs. Thomas Satterwhite and Florence Woody. Mrs. Frank Kearson. of Georgia, who has been spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Bob Jones near Henderson, visited Mrs. H. H. Averett Sunday. Her two sons, Herman and Bob were with her. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Shotwell and children, also Flarence Woody, were Sunday night guests of Mrs. Emma Shotwell and Mrs. F. A. Tippett. Miss Rosa Mae Woody of Middle burg. was guests of Mrs. H. S. Woody Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Graham Breedlove and little daughter, Nell, visited her moth er. Mrs. W. T. Woody of Middleburg. Sunday. Floydtown News (Reported.) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Briggs of Tampa. Fla., are spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grissom were the week-end guest* of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grissom. Mrs. C. H- Coghili and son, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Floyd Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Briggs, Mrs. H. Hobgood and family and Miss Ora Bell Briggs were the last night guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Edwards. Friends of Zina Clayton will be glad to learn of his improvement. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Briggs had as their guests Sunday night, Mies Zola Winn; Mrs. Guy Winn and daughter; Mrs. B. H. Grissom and daughter; Mrs. Robert Grissom and family; Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Coghili. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Briggs and family; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robinson, Miss Fannie Grissom. Miss Margaret Ellis was the Sun day afternoon guest of Miss Ara Bell Briggs. ' Ralph Kerley and Rex Woodlief were in Floydtown Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Clayton and fa mily spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Clayton, Miss Mary Eliza Floyd attended the Society Style Salon ■ |IH§ jw ’RPPBF::- - ■■ ‘ f ■■■> Bored by the repetitious rounds of society activities, this prominent Chicago society matron. Mr*. Ford Carter, has carved Herself a niche in the business world. She created i the .position 0/ style consultant to one of the big department stores in the Windy City. Her job is advfsin* natrons of the store a* to the styles J of clothing most suited to their type. Marian Martin : Pattern : H l fcoWc o o o 'ft°o^ \ |0 C Or } 0 \ ■ 1 / oVyvj . (J YU9456 ATTRACTIVE HOME FROCK PATTERN Ms€i Here is an amazingly simple, ever practical apron frock with reversible fronts. BUe of contrast to the gay cotton print are Introduced in the 1 flared aleev e godets. ae well as the binding and sa&h > Nothing could be more attractive to wear when perform ing the ml Rio nand one little duties about the house. Pattern M 56 may be ordered only ni sizes 34 to 46. Size 34 requites 3 1-4 yards 36 inch fabric and 5-8 yard con trasting. lUustra’ed sewing instructions included with this pattern. To get a pattern of this model, send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred). Please write very plainly your NAME, AD DRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE of each pattern ordered. for a complete collection of the smartest, most practical and easiest to-make styles, consult the MARIAN MARTIN FALL AND WINTER PATTERN CATALOG. Ita 32 pages include beautiful models for juniors and kiddies, as well a sthe best of the new season's afternoon, evening, sport* 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 orderi to The Dally Dispatch Pattern Department, 232 West IBth Street, New York City. Raleigh fair Thursday. Mr. atfd Mrs. Genie Harp and fa mily and Mrs. W. L. Harp were the Monday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Briggs and Mrs. H. Hobgood. Mrs. H. Hobgood and Mr*. W. S. Briggs were the guests of Mrs. Mary Grissom and Mrs. B. H. .Grissom Mon day. t > Little Miss Lula Robertson return ed home Tuesday after spending some time with Mary Elizabeth Hobgood. Mr*. C. L. Edwards and family were tha Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Briggs. Master Frank Hobgood was the guest of Master Willie Briggs Rob ertson Tuesday. Miss Minnie Grissom is spending some time with her brother, Charlie Grissom. Little Miss Mary Elizabeth Hob good, who had the misfortune of breaking her arm is doing very nicely. Mrs. Partuun Is Out. Mrs. W. Brooks Parham is able to ■ be out again after being confined to her home for sometime following an ( operation. * Tt~ ; No Improvement Shown. j' Mr*. T. T. Hicks is allowing tittle 1 Improvement, it was learned today. 1 fth« || Mdd to bo bolding her own. < DABNEY NEWS 1 By MRS. B. A. SCOTT. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Glover visited friends and relatives in Dabney Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Scott, and son, Benajah, Jr., Mrs. Nannie Bridgers spent last Saturday in Raleigh. They were accompanied by J. G. Bottoms and daughters* Johnnie and Elizabteh, of Margarcttsviile. Miss Ellen Burroughs visited Mrs. Sue Burroughs for a short while last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Waverly Wallace and daughter. Miss Francis Barnes of Richmond, are spending a few days with her father, E. S. Glover. Mr. Glover has been confined to his bed for several days, his many friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Miss Elizabeth Bottoms of Mar garettsvllle, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Julian Wyche left Thurs day for Mocksville, to visit for the week-end. She will go from there to Lasker, where she Is employed as a teacher in the Lasker school. Miss Anna Bell Dean spent last week-end with her parents, in Oxford. Miss Dean has fourth grade work in the Dabney school. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Parrott, attend ed the Grange meeting held in Greens boro Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mr. Parrott is Master of the Dabney Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Parrott reported a very helpful and pleasant trip. They made reports on the Grange meeting at the regular meet ing of the Dabney Grange which met Wednesday night of this week. Mrs. H. L. Wright, visited her daughter, Mrs. Jimmie Morriss in Greensboro, for a few days last week. Rev. Fields, pastor of Herman M. E. church and B. F. Wade visited in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Wyche on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. J. E Burroughs left for Delhi. Canada, last week to spend some time with her sons. Gilliam Burroughs and family. Edward Thomas was the guest of his school mate, McAld Crews last Saturday night. Mrs. Roy Dixon of Henderson visit ed friends and relatives in Dabney last Sunday afternoon. G. E. Scott, of Seim, spent Tuesday night with his brother, B. A. Scott. He left Wednesday for Oxford, where he expected to spend a short while be fore going home. Mrs. Sam Crews of Henderson visit ed friends and relatives in Dabney Wednesday. Williamsboro News By MISS KATE T. BULLOCK. Miss Martha Watkins. Messrs. Wil lie Glascoe and Frank, Wade all of Oxford were the guests of Miss Ger trude Tucker Sunday night. Mrs. Joe Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Daniel and three children of Stovall visited the old burying ground at Montpelier Sunday after noon. Misses Laurie, Kate, Mary Ann and John Bullock, Jr., and Jesse Bullock spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hope and fa mily of Henderson, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hope Sunday. Friends of Mrs. D. A. O'Geary are sorry to learn she is ill at Maria Par ham hospital. Mrs. Charlie Faucett of Towns ville visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Man gum Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bewser of Raleigh \qdited the Builocks at Montpelier Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Neathery of Flat Rock visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hope Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Orr of Drewry spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bullock. Mre. Mont Wade and children visit ed Mrs. Yates Harris Wednesday evening. John Watkins of Henderson visit ed at W. C. Bullocks Wednesday aft ernoon. Miss Nellie Ragan of Bahama, N. C., is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Man gum Charlie Roes of Henderson spent Saturday night with hla sister, Mrs. P. T. Harris. W. A. Norwood visited his father, HEADACHE A Liquid Remedy I> Quicker Nothing gives such quick relief from headache, neuralgic, rheumatic or periodic pains as Capudlne because it la liquid -and It* ingredients are already dissolved. Thus your tetn can absorb them at once. Q*pu dine brings delightful comfort and relaxation. No AiarooUea. Won't up* set stomach. 10c, 30c. 90c. Aim skiglt dose. —(Adv.) " Snug and Smart L- < vli : " y I MB :K t I jSp A* j x.Mf ■■■ v* r * This costume worn by Miss Jean Sargent, stage actress, consists of a gray kidskin coat with burgundy kid opera pumps and gray kid gloves. It’s snug for cold weather and ity undeniably smart. B. A. Norwood of Townsville Sunday. Pegr&m Hicks and W. B. Mangum spent a part of Sunday in Durham. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas and Mr*. Billie Wilson spent Tuesday with Misses Laurie and Kate Bullpck. W. B. Mangum had a slight opera tion at Watts hospital in Durham, Monday. Hill Harris and Edward Faulkner spent Thursday in Raleigh. Confined to Bed. Rev. R. A. Whitten is confined to his bed with’ a severe cold, it was learned today. * A general daytima oxford TV you will enjoy wearing \ 9 Not* the cut-out* and Yes, You Can Wear Fashionable Shoes and Be Comfortable If they are Selby Styi-ees .... a new shoe for the woman of today. The most intriguing styles with special inbuilt features that let you forget your feet, as they gently support the arch . . . and relieve pressure at die ball ».. and they are feather light in weight. . « and so modestly priced. The Mksot Air A comfortable all purpose wll H strap modal with trim of \ contrasting surfara*. \ a > 41 \4H Selby Shoes s4l Other Comfort Shoes for women Freeman s Shoes for men, all styles E. C* CamdS^^^H Henderson, M PAGE FIVE 6bUMoll SOOZBTUt • JjnrOUMOXMXHTS MRS. BOST SPEAKS AT WELFARE MEETS Raleigh, Oot. 14.—Mrs. W. T. Boat, commissioner of public welfare, will speak at each of the six district wel fare conferences which are to be held this month. Her topic will be “The Public Welfare Worker’s Respon sibility in the Unemployment and Re lief Situation.” The meetings to be held under the auspices of the State Board of CLar itiea and Public Welfare and the North Carolina Association of Super intendents of Public Welfare are sche duled as follows: Northwestern Dis trict Welfare Conference Lexington October 19; Western District Welfare Conference, Marion, October 20; Southwestern District Welfare Con ference, Monroe, October 21; North western District Welfare Conference, Washington. October 26; Central Dis trict Welfare Conference, Lilllngton, October 27; Southeastern District Wel fare Conference, Clinton. October 28. Other speakers at the six confer ences will be Dr. W. C. Jackson, Dean of the School of Public Administration of the University of North Carolina, who will be the luncheon speaker on each occasion; R. Eugene Brown, Di rector of the Division of Institutions of the State Board of Public Welfare, who will speak on "Institutions and Parole.” Dr. Fred Morrison. Director of Federal Relief, and r. Julian S. Miller, Director of Public Relations for Federal Relief, will each be pre sent at three of the conferencee to discuss .federai relief. In addition a number of local speakers will be se cured for the conferences. COUGlur Don’t let them get t strangle bold. Fight germs quickly. CrewauJsion combines the 7 best helps known to modern science. Power ful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcot ics Your druggist will refund your money If say cough or cold no matter how longstand ing is not relieved by Creomulaien. (adv.) NOTICE OF SALE OF AUTOMOBILE Seined In The Act of Transporting Whiskey The undersigned sheriff of Vance county will on Tuesday the lk) day of November. 1932, at the courthouse door in Henderson. N. C., offer for sale by ■public auction for cash: One Ford Coach 1930 Model, Motor Number A-3658071, Uoetme No. N. C. 234-367. This oar Is sold under, order of court in oaefe of State Vereu* Henry Had fbnd, the same having been confiscated for transporting whiskey therein. This IMb day of October. 1932. J. E. HAM LETT. Sheriff.