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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, November 10, 1932, Image 5

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|H rehearse i ew speeches
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t '* ; p ,, [ .ne all the greenwood
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t | p \ -'i linden in summer:
■ 1 a r,i mav be for the locust
■ " r *, f ,>■ strange new-comer;
■ Tir* it glows with the tint
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■ 5 .,- :» e He the spring-time re-
* . . -versos flame from afar
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p' -Mie 'here never was
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■ • « ijnimer canopy sifted.
I a ‘iav a beneath it I lay
■* ' v ni pm >i v backward drifted
■ . "si-dr.' ane I may walk not
I>* < ,v *' r ’ fre<ih green hill.
■ j?,-. , T.ipe stood just clear of
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I 4-. >h b< * near it still'
....« i’. P Roberts, in "Poems."
I biting Brother.
m. M A.'srn of Wilmington, is
„ ( .. t -p ther. Rev. William C.
£ r h- Presbyterian Manse
»! *. street.
F.otern Mar To Meet.
p., ’«’j »: meeting of Wellons
,-^ 4j N 167 Order of the ETast
«. be held Friday even
av* 3 • ■>' •■ck :t was announced
\ :rembers are urged to be
H*« Brunswick Stew.
n. trir.'ionary society and the
ay'.ej c.ass of City Road M. E.
»r. have a brunswick stew
•-u- '' ' 3»» to 8 p. m. at T. E.
Every one is invited to
There will be a small charge
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senice Hour hanged.
r-j, -chool at Union hapel Meth
<_.■ P* tar.' church next Sunday
» y ■•> <1 ;n the forenoon instead
s'? »rn H>n. it was stated today.
•- p t-tor Rev. C. L Spencer.
■ .. ■ 'he city at the annual con-
Jkw, - Burlington, no preaching
$»- • * be had during the day.
Bow ling And
Edmund Limer Wed
K- Mr; J T. Bowling, of
Tit-. ? -x'.ay announced the mar
-u* -f 'a*.: daughter. Marie Thomas
’ irr. ir i W/hendge Lamer, of Mid
tehiru Thursday. October 6, 1932.
T-» -e—tT'-nv was quietly perform
•: c . c-k in the afternoon in the
parsonage at Drake’s
3n- ' vs wrh Rev. W. Jeffresa
Woman's Circle to
Present Program
: '<:<v«“i <nd hte Jonesport eroded'
r h* at the MirwruAm.lbaatrk tp
’*"■ " Way Back. tfcjhfleT a motltai
?"r-* urder the spdftsorship of thd
Womans Cirvie of t|ig Firq&
• ■ -bvoi sn church.
B *- - ’he feature picture, there
’ *v»ral added attractions. "Our
J r >rr.edv.' .Miss Layne, the
* '•’Mb'’ lancer, and a number of
-v- will he present to sing some
( ’* d favorite songs to the tune
1 -»rgan.
0v... , .
• • -ir admission jhices will pre
*■ ' ’h“ ’heatre this evening.
’ n fur words to express our
*’ 1 appreciation to our many
' -'b'" iallv rhe ministers of the
lsi 1 ‘ r " ir pastor of Oxford who
- 1 .. . ? ” n ' J fa 'thful in the sad
' ' " lr Precious link boy. We
* ‘‘verv one for the beauti
r’,.,.'*'/' °' ,r pravers are that God’s
v ing-i may rest and abide
' J C Hicks and Children.;
,eu ■•▼ ere celds f«r
this winter with
lck « PUn for better
held over
By Popular Dernaild
i- c n, ’ n > ihe Baby photographer will remain in
B»b. ' JI ' A ' to photograph babies 8 years and unde* for our
< oniesi
T’ . • ’
g-i;-.,; ( absolutely the last day for you to have your baby photo.
M , , r rxper baby photographer FREE for our contest.
idvanta;»<j of this unusual opportunity!
M to 4:30 p M. Older children by appotHmen*
Leggett’s Dept. Store
'Herulenton’s Shopping. Counter*’ ..

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John D. K<>< ke.
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New York's outstanding social
event of the year is the wedding
on Armistice Day, Nov. il. of
Miss Blanchette F Hooker and
John D Rockefeller ill. grandson
of the aged oil king. They will
be married at the fashionable J
Riverside ( Rockefeller) church by I
Miss .Dameron Speaks
To M. E, Mission Group
On Monday afternoon, the Lucy
Clo«s Parker Missionary Society of
the First Methodist Episcopal church
held a moat interesting meeting in the
home of Mrs. R. J. Corbitt, at which
time Miss Josephine Dameron, of
Warrenton, mleeionary to Korea, made
an address. n
To have news from one’s mission
IN.CJTIMCT- Thursday, November io, 1932 :
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Smart women everywhere approve of
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broadcloth, etc!
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with this pattern.
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for a complete collection of the
smartest, most practical and eastest
to-make styles, consult the MARIAN
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include beautiful models for juniors
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Exquisite items for gift sewing, too.
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Riverside church
the Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdfck.
Miss Hooker, who is 23, is a de
scendant of Thomas Hooker, the
founder of Hartford. Conn.
Young Rockefeller is 26 and is
associated in business enterprises
| with his father, John D. Rocke
| feller. Jr.
ield, first hand, la always inspiring
jut we feel particularly interested in
diss Dameron’S work because she has
mder her observation the leper girl
he Henderson group has been caring
for for many years. She reports the
girl has been entirely cured and in
another year will Heave the Leper
Her talk waT interspersed jrith the
appearance of several young folks
iressed in Korean costumes. She also
inhibited many different things she
wrought home with her. During the
business session, circle reports were
riven. ;
Social service chairman reported
spending 1113.98. Mrs. Snell, chairman
>f orphans, reported -fall wardrobe for
our twins at Raleigh had been for
warded and a letter of appreciation
had been received.
This week is being observed by
Methodism as a week ,of prayer for
lome and foreign missions, and each
lay a collection will be takea, one
aaJf of which will go to Ewha Col
lege. Korea, where Miss Dameron
Brigadier Casler of the Salvation
Army made a plea-for the support of
this organisation in a anvr for
Mrs. S. T. Peace is chairman and 10
women will uteiat her fro*» the'M. K.
MS .-■ n -kiY Ofcri-i Mari
•nd Prayer offered.
.The junior society were guests and
Mrs. dorbftt invited the ladies into
the dinning room for a oup of tea.
The table, with pink roses, pink
candles and other decorations, was
most attractive. Mrs. J. H. Tucker,
the president, poured tea and Mrs'
W. p. Gholson, social service chair
man. served coffee. A salad plate was
served followed by cake.
Assisting Mrs. Corbitt in entertain
ing were Mesdamee R. J. Corbitt, Jr.
W. S. Corbitt, f: L Toepieman. D. D
Hocutt. R. H, Bailey. O. T. Kirkland,
Henry Mangum, H. M. Lewis and F.
B. Robards.
It was generally agreed that this
was one of the most enjoyable meet
ings the society has held.—Reported.
Mrs. S?H. Watkins
Has Bridge Club
Mrs. S. H. Watkins was hostess at
eight tables of bridge on Wednesday
morning at 11 o’clock at the regular
meeting of the Bridge Luncheon Club
in the West End Country Club.
Miss Maria Parham was presented
a dainty prize at the conclusion of
bridge play for the high score honors.
Mrs. D. Y. Cooper was named at
this meeting for hostess at the next
regular meeting on Wednesday, No
vember 16.
The hostess served a delectable
luncheon plate followed by a sweets
Mrs. Huff Honoree
. Birthday Dinner
On Wednesday evening at 6 o’clock.
Mrs. D. W. Huff, Jr., was honored at
a four course birthday dinner given
by her children, celebrating her six
tieth birthday.
Covers for 18 were laid upon a
beautifully decorated table, the center
being the birthday cake in. the midst
of lovely fall flowers.
Mrs. Huff was the recipient of many
lovely gifts and messages delivered
to her by her granddaughters, little
Fossie Bivens and Myra Huff.
Covers were laid for Mrs. L. W.
Huff. Sr., honoree; Mesdames J. C.
Stone, E. E. Edwards. J. C. Clark. J.
F. White, and Lillian Bivens. Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Huff, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Huff, Jr..
Misses Eunice. Hilda and Myra Huff
and Flossie Bivens; R. D. and Rupert ,
Huff and T. T. Ellis.
Legion Dance Set
For Friday Night
Henderson Post No. 60, of the Amer
ican Legion, will give its annual dance
tomorrow evening from 10 o’clock un
til 2 o'clock in Cooper’s Hall for the
members of the local post and in cele
bration of Armistice Day.
All members of the Legion who have
their dues paid will be admitted to the
dance without charge.
Giving an annual dance for Its mem- j
bers has been the custom of the local
post for the past several years and the
dances in the past have been very
successful and the one tomorrow night
points to the most successful one
given by them Tor sometime.
The general public will be admitted
to the dance tor a small subscription
and, a goodA {lumber of people in the
city' ai'ter planning to attend.
Grady-Jones orchestra has been se
cured for the evening and this band
needs little Introduction in this sec
tion, having played here on previous
Tuesday Club Met
With Mrs3Vaddill
Mrs. W. B. Waddill was hostess to
the regular meeting of the Woman's
Tuesday club on Tuesday afternoon
at 3 30 o’clock at her home on Bur
well avenue.
Mrs. Waddill’s attractive home was
made lovely by the use of many and
varied colored autumn leaves and fail
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
J. R. Singleton, Mrs. Kate Watkins,
vice-president, presided over the meet
ing in a most charming manner.
Mrs. I. W. Hughes gave a most In
teresting talk on "The Patron Saint
of Music” illustrating as she went
through it.
Mrs. A. J. Davis, played "Minuet,”
Paderewski; and Mrs. M. F. Legg,
playing "Melody in F,” Rubenstein;
was most enjoyable to the club mem
Louisa May Alcott and Bunyan were
the two anniversaries that the club
had for this meeting, and a most
animated discussion was carried on
among the club members. ,
Mrs. Waddill was assisted In serving
delicious refreshments by Mrs. Jasper
B. Hicks and Mrs. J. H. Brodie.
Varicose or Swollen
Veins —Bunches
You poor sufferers from bad lege!
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But here at law hel P for you! No
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heals your'sores like magic, reduces
swelling ends pain and makes youi
legs as good as new —while you g<
about your daily routine as usual.
‘Follow the -easy- directions and you
ttre sure to be helped. ’ Parker's Dnif
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Miss Garter Has
h i “Mary Jane”
Miss Helen Carter delightfully en
tertained the senior Sunday school of
North Honderson Baptist church at a
"Mary Jane" party, Wednesday even
!ng at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. Carter.
When the guests arrived they were
ushered into 'the parlor, which was
beautifully decorated for the occasion.
The girls Wore short length dresses
and ribbons oh their hair to repre
sent the occasion.
After playing many interesting
games, which were enjoyed by all de
licious refreshments were served.
Among those present were: Misses
Evelyn Beddingfield, Ethlyn and
Helen Carter, Irene Cooper, Helen
Clopton, Ora Crocker, Beatrice Falk
ner, Hazel and Lettie Griffin. Flossie
and Lucile Hughes, Eddie Harris.
Gladys Mann, Ethel Miller, Anne Bee
and Ailene Moore. Haze) Murphv,
Blanche Renn, Nellie Ross. Estelle
Bmith, Ruby Saterwhlte, Lona Mao
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-*»/ A ’ ■ »
Watkins and Beatrice Wortham
Arnold, Curtis and Kerman Carter.
Sanford Beard, Willie L. Hkrria.
Johnny Harper, Marvin Hamm.
By all means don’t miss this wonderful picture
Come to see SETH PARKER in
—at the—
Stevenson Theatre Tonight
Other splendid attractions om the screen—Oi the stage to the tone of a
little organ old lintfe songs will be sung and pantomimed.
By Well Known Local Folks
Circle No. 4 Presbyterian Church Sponsors
Regular Admission Prices
oaußOt aoanmi
Luther Hughes. Sam Jones, Bruce
Partin, Scott Peoples, Floyd RStaosey,
Shelton Rann and Harvey Wheeler.—

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