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kaEE IIOKS pamtdbi
iooial Acnvimi
kie* are loveliest. At eve.
orchestral colors, there will
«*f? ! ■
V faintest (told that asks no
, ** f « the heart to Ua tran-
Waning silver may be Utfed there
J , J strangely quiet and serene
herself seems ambient
«..’h the air
‘ ~ mure scarf across the
Tr»- "s
, i u v as If beneath the
!&i c e
„au’umn skv in dulcet
A * 4 "
* .*,* ho«t» of heaven along a
h' wildest storm is lost In
. • >it'n rh- after harvest ease
*... . . uul fruit-unbur*
>r.e.t ’rees
I.efa Morse Eddy.
\ isitinc Friends Here.
v E; : /ihe’h ron. of Greens
, vtst’ing friends in the city.
(.urst of Mis* Young.
vit i , * Batts, of Richmond.l
, • h in.se suest of Miss Hath
„ y ... UcHe street
\ Mtrritai In Raleigh.
\l F. i'h Buchan Kitty Allen
;■ ~m Smith spent yesterday in
Cjf -h w.’h friends.
v\rek End in Chapel HIU.
y n ith Buchan ieft today for
h where she will spend the ;
rvi attend the Carollna
•» - •oniorrow.
Mr*. Carmll 111.
y.. t r. Carroll, a correspondent
r i ■p \ Dispatch ts seriously ill
yk. .r !. ar Mtddleburg. it was
~ t . • lav
Continues to Improve.
\j : . Hi.-n* Frank Mills continue to
T ■> .a .m *he effects of. ptomaine
- .—i .• h»r h >me on Belle street.
• *js -ir-.ed today.
T» Vsshington. X. C.
\p. ;v H Windley and t-hree chil
\\ nr Jr. and Mary and
•.,•--• • • r »ve gone to Washington
• .p-'t ’he week-end with relatives.
I h >ir Rehearsal Tonight.
Tv -r;.it rehearsal of the choir
’ *v K v Baptist church will be
v . church this evening at 7:30
*1- announced today by its
c..e“ •
F.ipeeted Tomorrow.
,V> A White and Miss Cary
«- » * M.wve-vtlle. are expected to
a-: x T. .*r »w •! visit Miss Fannie
" ■ < i - T'i'r-r avenue. Dr. White
'■•iv.. - M .nday from Charlotte
-I i. - Va. where he la now
':i i m-eiing. They will leave
•v - " .r • in Mooresville on Tues
. J A
Stud v Class Meets
With Mrs. Watkins
* >’ viv Cla.- s sponsored by the
- ‘ i Department of the Wom
! • ib. me' Thursday afternoon at
s '3 *ne home of Mrs. John
~ Jr, on Turner avenue,
-'ib.ff* for the year's study is
"■ ’-’a ruling Authors. Poets and
•• - *■ s"’ • <>f North Carolina.” Mrs.
r .« \ B >yd presented quite an
ir * ' r vtive writers for the con
'•■i* of *he class. A spirited dis
*” carried on and the meet
• V" i most interesting one
* ht**-<.■; had aa her guests Miss
■ Httn**~ Collins and her little
“ I ‘ t'.'ir. During the social hour
'“'•'"d delicious refreahments.
H It llaiper will be the host
n»x* meeting of the class.
r^’ k * Malaria in 3 day*. Colds first
ll'-adache* or Neuralgia In 3*
* o3t Speedy Remedies Known.
Five Good Reasons
Why You Should Bring
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avp personal Interest In
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Fancy Dress Ball
Planned For Club
Cards have been received by mem
bers o fthe West End Country Club
notifying them of their next regular
dance, which will be held on October
31. and Is the annual “Hallowe’en
ancy Dress Ball.” which will be pre
sented In the ball room of the club.
All dancers are expected to attend the
ball In costume and during the even
ing a grand march will be held in
order that judges may pick the most
attractive costume, both for gentle*
men and ladies.
Last year's Hallowe'en ball was one
of much fun and frivolity and the
dance this year is expected to even
eclipse that, R was said. ___
Ftwar C«U*i
last itvara olit I mt
tfeto wtotar with
Mission Society
Has Regular Meet
The South Henderson Baptist Mis
sionary Society met with Mrs. Pearl
Gupton Monday night.
A very interesting program was
rendered as follows:
Hymn My Soul Be On Thv Guard.
Scripture reading by Mrs. Mattie
Prayer by Rev. L. B. Reavis.
Topic reading: “The Enemy With
the Sword.” by Mrs. Mattie Lassiter.
Topic reading: "Some Bullets from
the Enemy’s Gun," by Mrs. Minnie
Topic reading: "The Victorious
Cross.” by Mrs. Rosa Stokes.
Open discussion and wonderful talk
by Rev. L. B. Reavis.
Prayer by Mrs. Rosa Stokes.
After the meeting adjourned the
hostess. Miss Ora Gupton served de
licious home made candy.—Reported.
Jr. Woman’s Club
Plans Big Dance
Misses Fannie Smith and Rebecca
Church were hostesses to the regular
meeting of the Junior Woman’s Club
on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
in the home of Miss Church on North
William stree*. ,
Miss Rebecca Church, the pres’dent
of the club, presided over the busi
ness session, during which the club
discussed plans for a dance which is
to be given on November 4 at Coop
er’s Hall. Committees were appoints
ed by the president to work out the
plans for this affair.
Miss Jessie Rose, chairman of the
Art department, had charge of the
program for the evening, the subject
of which was “North Carolina Pot
tery." Misses Dorothy W«3ter. Kramr
Lou Noell and Evelyn Garrett gave
short talks on this subject
During the social hour htat followed
the business session. Miss Adele Powell
was the winner of a prize in a “Portrnit
Drawing” contest.
The hostess served a delicious ice
course to the members of the club at
the conclusion of the meeting.
Garden Club Goes
~To Chapel Hill
The Henderson Garden Club spent
a most enjoyable day Thursday in
Chapel Hill, where they were the
guests of Dr. W. C. Coker, professor
of botany at the University.
The party enjoyed a / picnic lunch,
choosing a place neat the stadium
which was never more lovely with Its
background of brilliant autumn
co lota*.
After lunch we were joined by Dr.
Coker, who conducted us through th<
arboretum, where our study of the
Chic Suit at Races
This chic costume was seen rw
eently, »t the races at Ixoa^hamp,
■ pahs. ' Tlieie (s »n all-buttoned
effect with cape- The dark cloth
• hat is.twicted up coquettishly. Tha
, top jam of the C*pej»»t*hea tht ,
* ‘ ' m wrf bat "*■
f Bam
if-HP 1111,1 -
m IWWHff iIPIBMI ilMfe,. *
1 IFt
Joe Kurtb, star left tackle of the
Notre Dame football team, has
been nailed—but not for a loss,
for thc tackle had been tackled by
Dan Cupid, himself. Kurth, in
set, and Miss Virginia Ortlieb,
University of Wisconsia fresh
wonderful collection of shrubs and
trees was made most profitable thro
ugh his intimate and expert know
The day culminated in a visit to
Dr. Cokir’s lovely home, which is
situated on a wooded slope and al
most makes otn feel as If he Lad
been transported to the mountains of
Western North Carolina.
After spending a most delightful
time strolling through his grounds
and gardens, ths party was gracious
ly entertained in Dr. Cokers home.
Townsville News
Rev. an*: :Jrs.' J. S. Kennison and
> daughter, Meta, spent Saturday in
Du 1 ham.
A. i. T-lev principal of Towns’-;.
hb”): school, spent the pas* week en-1
‘ at his home in Burlington.
Jurs. J. A. Boyd visited her sl.-.ier
lijs. J. R. Carroll of Midd-eburg the
past week.
Mrs. Bit’io I’eats.i i f * ■ Y**ik
City has been visiting her niece. Mrs.
B. F. Fox of Townsville.
W. B. Boyd of State College spent
the week-end at home. He had as his
g iest John Bjlen of Spartanburg, S.
Mr. and M’s. Geo. A. Harris and
daughter, Judith and Lucy, spent Sun
day afternoon w th Mrs. N. D. Boyd.
Miss Frances spent Friday night
Miss Mary Grace Woody.
Mrs. H. B. White and sons, Walter
and Wallace, spent Friday night with
Mrs. N. D. Boyd.
Billy Burwell of Durham spent the
week-end at home.
H. B. White, Jr., of Drewry was the
guest of W. B. Boyd the paat week
end. .
, Kittreil News
Miss Willie Gee, a Zeb Vance high
high school faculty member spent the
paat week-end in Henderson with re
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stain back had
as their recent dinner guests. Mr. gpd
Mrs. Marvin Watkins, of Henderson,
' and Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Watkins, of
near Bearpond. ,
Miss Elizabeth Nelson, of the Zeb
Vance Teacherage, was the guast of
her parents at their home on the Dab
ney Road, for the P ast week-end.
James Goodson. left Saturday for
Epsom ot spend’ sometime there with
bte son, J. H. Goodson.
Mias Mildred Murrell a faculty
OMttrfber of Zeb: Vance, visited i*ela
tives in Henderson during the past
man from Chilton, Wis., an
nounce their engagement to wed
At the instance of his bride to-be
Kurth has given up his plans te
become a coach and, instead, will
seek a livelihood as a sport writer
when he graduates in June.
Avritte Sledge, a student of Wake
Forest College. WaWke Forest, spent
Monday night here with his aunt.
Miss Ada Wood lief.
Misses Bessie Atkinson, and Annie
Fuller Young, were visitors of .rela
tives and friends in Henderson, on
last Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Browne has returned
to her home here, after spending the
past ten days in Seaboard with re
latives. She was accompanied home
by her cousin. Miss Selma Bradley,
who will spend sometime here.
Girl Scouts Plan
To Observe Week
Girl Scout Troop 1 and 2 met at
their Scout hut on Gary Street Wed
nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock with
their captains, Miss Mary Carter, of
troop 1, and Miss Katherine Turner
of troop 2. and discussed their plans
for Girl Scout Week which is to be
observed from October 23 through
October 29.
On Sunday morning the Scouts are
to meet In a body and go to the First
Presbyterian church where Rev. W.
C. Gumming, the pastor, will preach
a special sermon for the girls. The
Scouts will sing a special song at this
service. Monday, the girls will deco
rate windows on some of th e business
houses on Main street to show their
activities. Tuesday is Mo’r.er's day
of the week and the girls will enter
tain their mothers at a tea in their
hut. Wednesday, being community
service day, the Scouts will do some
service to the community. Thursday,
being Home Service Day, the girls
will make a special effort in their
home to aid their mothers in every
way possible in the management of
the home. Friday will be Play Day,
with the Scouts doing something for
themselves in the way of entertain
ment. Saturday'the last day of Girl
Scout Week, ta designated as. Thrist
Day for the girls. ; 1 *
Girl Scout week i* an annual af'air
with the national ongaiiiMtion and
Scouts throughout the United States
join in celebrating the week by having
something special for each day.
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