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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, November 17, 1932, Image 5

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Fannie Hurst's Novel
“Back Street
John Boles—
Irene Dunne
Srlfftai Short Subject*
Matinee I(k23c
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| Leggett’s Dept. Store
I Week-End Specials
H -lust arrived five groups of beautiful new
H : fall dresses, newest styles and materials at —
i \\jjL $1.98—52.98—54-98 5V
jj ® $7.95-$9.95 BO
jj |J Sport and I
: A Dress Coats I
H |hMA Handsomely tailored models, styles to suit
[J pH every taste in four groups at special prices—
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» V $16.50—524.75
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jj Extra Special Special Friday
H : - week end— •> naii-s of ladies' One pair of ladies' full fashioned
S ! ' 'tied t-hiffon or service silk hose any shade FREE with every
-'h' -ilk hose *i AA pair of ladies'shoes sold at—
K **:■ : .Mi, f,„. JI.UU $2.98 and up
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S Don't Fail to Visit Our Bargain
i Basement for Big Vaiuer
of Mis* Powell.
i Miss Lucy Boyd, of Warrcnton. is
| the house guest of Miss Fannie Powell
I on Charles street.
V ini ted Here Ywtenliiy.
I'r. R. C. Carver and Miss Agnes
Cole, of Norfolk. Va.. spent last even
i mg in the city' as the guests of Mrs.
j J- R. Nixon on Andrews avenue.
Soru*d«» Club To Meet.
The Sorosis Club will meet Satur
day afternoon al 330 o'clock with
Mi>s Mary Belle Gary on Charles
st rent.
Attend Conference.
Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Whitten. Mrs.
, E* T. Vickers and W. A. Newman at
tended the North Carolina and Vir-
I ginia Conference of the Christian
Chinch at Mebane yesterday.
| Mrs. Legg Winner
At Bridge Party
Mrs. M. F. I .egg was the winner of
high score prize at the regular meet
ing of the Bridge Luncheon Club Wed
nesday momtiiK at 11 o'clock in the
West End Country Club, with Mrs.
| D- Y. Cooper hostess at eight tables.
1 At the conclusion of bridge play.
Mrs. Cooper served a delicious lunrh-
I ci n plate to her guests.
j Mrs. William Corbitt will be hostess
a: the next regular meeting, which
: v 11 be held next Wednesday. Novem
i her 23. at the Country- Club.
telephone WO , i m- t ▼
' ‘ g • 5 ? S i : : HOURS 91M.T0 13 NOON
P. T- .A. at Aycock
Met On Thursday
Tel^h.,.. o*l 0 * 1^ 16 * B Aycock Parent
mln Association held its second
10 in *th ° n hC 1932 " 33 on November
iness auditor *« r «- The bus-
CM meeting was short and included
h discussion of the work done on the
Playground since the last meeting se
cunng new members, and the mem
etship drive. Mrs. Adcock also gave
a brief account of the district meet
ing held at Spring Ho>e.
The program, which was arranged
m keeping with the Armistice Day
anmversary, was opened by singing
Keep the Home Fires Burning.” This
was followed by a beautiful devotion
al given by Mrs. J. G. Puckett. T. P
Gholson. an outstanding lawyer of
Henderson, delivered the address of
the evening. Miss Elizabeth Elling
ton rendered a beautiful vocal selec
tion. "The Sweetest Story Ever Told.”
She was accompanied at the piano by
Miss Bernadette Woodlief. Another
feature of the program was a discus
sion of the "Relationship of the
Father to the Son.” Miss Lucile Hunt
lead a Scripture selection bearing up
on the subject. Rev. I. W. Hughes, of
Henderson, gave a talk and discussion
of the subject which was worthwhile
and inspirational. Miss Harris favored
the audience with a reading. “The
First Settler's Story.
The next meeting will be held De
cember eighth.
Williamsboro News
Mr. and Mrs. B A. Norwood and
children. Helen Mae and William, Mr.
and Mrs. W P. Hope and children,
Willie Jr., and James, spent Thursday
at Townsville with Mr. and Mrs. j.
A. Norwood.
A number of people from Clarks
ville visited the Williams and Burton
burying ground at “Montpelier" Sun
day- afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and
daughters. Leona. Beatrice and Anne,
of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.
John B Harris Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson and
daughter, Bertha, and Mrs. Tom
Evans spent Monday with Mrs. Jack
Clarborne. of Henderson.
Miss Florence Norwood of Towns
ville, spent Thursday night with Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Norwood.
Miss Belle Thomas. Mrs. Bettie Wil
son. John Bullock, Jessee Bullock and
Miss Kate T. Bullock attended the
funeral of Mrs. J. R. Carroll at Mi -
dleburg Tuesday afternoon.
Air. and Mrs. W. E. Nethery spent
SNuSay with Mr. And Mrs.* W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hope and chil
dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan
ia Henderson Saturday.
Marian Martin
: Pattern :
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With the moulded scannings th*a
creat ea perfect fit beneath the sheath
like lines of the newest and smartest
frocks, and the daintily- lace trimmed
edges, you have a slip tlfnt has a defi
nite place in *yqbr Of
course .the lac£ may be ffffiltta
tailored effect. W t suggest crepe or
wash satin.
Pattern 9260 may be ordered only in
sizes 11 to 20 and 32 to 46., Size- 16
iequires 2 3-8 j|uds 39 and
4 5-8 yards lape IHustrted itep-by.
step sewing instructions with
' his pttern . » uj
To fcrv, a pat-fern of this rriftfill. send
FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in-«*oina or
stamps (coins preferred). Please
write very plainly your NAME. AD
of each pattern mderedi . «.*
for a complete , collection of the
smartest, most practical and easi*st
'o-make styles, consiflt the MARIAN
Include beautiful models for juniors
and kiddies, as wetrn sth» hdMtW the
new season's afternoon, evening, sport ;
and house frocks, lingerie and pajamas
Exquisite items for gift sewing, too.
address all orders to The Daily |
Dispatch Pattern Department, 232 |
West ISth Street, New York City.
Mrs. L. E. Barnes '
Has Club Tuesday |
The Floydtown Home Demonstration i
Club held their regular meeting on
Tuesday at 2.30 o'clock with Mrs. L. E.
Barnes at her home on the Lynbank
Mrs. J. K. Plummer being absent on I
account of death in her community, j
Mrs. E. Barnes presided and the |
following program was given:
Song: “Count Your Blessings.” Jjj
Psalm: 145. Miss Lucy Davis.
Club Collect: Mrs, L. E. Barnes. |
“Counting Our Blessings," Miss
Emily Floyd.
“The Family Goes A Marketing."
Mrs. .T. It. Overby.
"Making a Wise Use of the Family
Income." Mrs. Frank Floyd.
The project for (he year being
"Home Management.” a round table
discussion of family- cooperation in
work and play was then followed with
each one taking part. Reported.
Suicide was so deeply abhorrent to
medieval thought that it called for
more shameful punishment than ary
other crime.
Inexpensive Prescription
Guaranteed to Stop
Rheumatic! Pains
Thounands joyfully astonished at swift
48 hour relief.
Progressive pharmacists' will tell
you that the popular big selling pres
cription for rheumatism right now is
Alenru for 85 cents you can get one
generous bottle from Parker’s Drug
Store or any up to date druggist.
You can get it with the understand
ing that if it doesn't stop the pain -
the agony- and reduce the swelling in
48 hours your money back.
Excess Uric Add Poison Starts
To I-eavn In 24 Hours
Out of your joints and muscles go
Ihe excess uric acid deposits that are
so often the cause of your suffering
—lt's a safe, sensible, scientific
mula —fres from pain deadening drugaT
The same holds for Sciatica, 1
Neuritis and Lumbago quick joyfal (
j Be Thankful You Have a Store Like |
1 ROSE’S 5-10 & 25c STORE (
|. Near You j
| Count This Store One Os Your Many Blessings j
| To Grace Your Thanksgiving Table We Suggest i
| Tea Spbons, 4 for 5c Cups and Saucers complete .... 10c
I Dinner Forks, 2 for 5c Breakfast Plates 10c
? Dinner Knives 5c Nappies 10c to 20c \
| Aluminum Roasters 9gc i
[ For Some Especially Good Delicacies We Recommend j
| Chocolate Nougat Roll 1-2 lb. . . 10c Chocolate Drops, lb 10c
i Hersheys 4 Milk Chocoate, 1-2 ltT 10c P ea nnt Can civ, lb. 10c |
| Vanilla Wafers, lb. 10c I
J Shelled Brazil nuts, 1-4 lb. ... 10c ■ Lemon* Tails, lb 10c 1
| What About That Cold Wave That’s Coming? j
I Are You Ready With These Items? j
| Boys 4 and Men's Sweaters 25c to 49c ' Children's Ribbed Stockings, pr. 10c
| Boys 4 Caps 25c Ladies Warm Ribbed Stockings,
I Aviator Helmets 10c to 49c pair 10c
Boys Golf Hose, pair 10c Ladies 4 Rayon and Wool Hose,
I Boys 4 Suits 49c pair ip c
I Men's Heavy work Socks— T , ‘ , ~ 0 - I
I • i a j i Ladies Embroidered Gowns .. 2oc f
pair 10c and loc C
I Men's Fancy Rayon and Lisle Hose — Ladies 4 Gloves 25c to 49c
pair 10c to 20c Ladies 4 Felt Sport Hats .. 25c to 39c J
j Children's Outing Bloomers .. 10c Children's Tams 10c to 25c 2
| Fine Variety Imported Antimony Novelties I
I Including Ash Trays, Cigarette Boxes, I
Ttowls,- Picture Fifefnts, etc., only vi .- V. -•?”. .; V. *
! Latest Hits —Phonograph Records, 25c !
| Everyday Necessities for Home, Office & Automobile !
! Flash Light Batteries 5c Double Sockets 10 and 25c
Flash Light Bulbs 10c Key Sockets 15c I
I Ever-Ready Flash Light Pull Chain Sockets ... 20c
' Batteries ...... . ........ 10c Mazda Head Light Bulbs for all
j Flashlights 49c to $1:00 makes of Cars 20c 5
I Ironing Cord, 6-ft 25c Mazda Tail and Dash Light
Extension Cord, 8-fL 35c Bulbs 20c f
I Ironing Cord With Switch, 8-ft. 49c National Mazda Lamps 20c |
■ Attachment Plug 10c General Electric T>amps 10c II
j Anticipate Your Christmas Needs Now |
j Shop Early—Our Gift Line Is Better Than Evei i
j ROSE’S 5-10 & 25c STORE |
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, Pays
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