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ASSOCIATED PRESS AND CENTRAL PRESS SCHOOL PROJECT IN LEGAL DEPARTMENT I School Board to Send Repre sentative To Washing, ton Next Week The high school project for Hen derson township, which calls for a new high school to bo erected her®, is now in the legal department in Washington, it was learned here to? day by Superintendent E. M. Rollins He raid that the school board would sen I a representative to Washington .during net week lo get. behind the project and force it through with the greatest degree of rapidity pos sible. ANOTHER GRANGE NAMES COMMTmr Townsville Grange has appointed a • committee composed of Will Richard ; ;.>n, chairman, ,W. B. Roberson and C. I'. Sanford .to represent it in negotiations for a community center for Ibis county, to be built with CW A fund , it was said today. Middle-burg; Grange already has rts ( ■•mmitMee appointed and other g ange. civic ami other organizations' i;t'o expected to have their commu te i appointed at an early date ao that work on plans for the center can gel unde way a.? toon as possible, it \va said. TAKE CHILDREN TO GOLDSBORO CLINIC Miss Virginia Aycock and Mrs. L It. Yancey, of the Vance County Wcl f > dejiarlmeni. carried a number c cliPdrea to Goldsboro to the Oi l lift ■pa< die hospital clinic for observation, •»" of the cases carried had previously Itn I t eat ltd. ■ 1 - ■— ®Good Management Reduces Insurance f.*oh for this seat Costs! on your policies. * During these unusual times the Mutual Fire i & Automobile Insurance Companies repre sented in this ottice have not only paid every honest loss promptly and in full, but have con* tinned to reduce the insurance costs of theit policyholders through the payment of sub stantial dividends. See us be lore renewing vour next policy. W. C. Cates, Agent Horner Building — Henderson, N. C. FOUND— Just What You Have Been Looking For DEPOSIT INSURANCE To Protect Your Funds Under the United States Gov ernment Plan, every dollar de posited in this bank is INSUR ED for each individual deposi tor up to $2,500.00. Now, you can bring youi money back to the bank where it will be safe and waiting for you when you need it. Don’t lake any more chances of being held up and relieved of your cash. Bring it to the bank, the safest place in the world. First National Bank In Henderson Vance County’s New Bank ■MPWWWWWMiWifagw I , „gma-=- AROUND TOWN t ‘ No Recorder's Court. —There were no eases' to be tried today before Re corder R. E. Clements, no court was held. , No Mayor’s Court. —There was no session of municipal court held today •by Mayor Irvine B. Watkins, there being no cases for trial. No Murriages, No Deeds. No mar riage licenses were issued today by Register of Deeds H. M. Robinson and no really transactions were made, due tto the fact that the county is with out a clerk of court, pending the ap pointment of one tomorrow by Judge R. Hunt Parker, resident judge. SCHOOLMASTERS IN MEETING WEDNESDAY Schoolmaster's Club, composed of i only principals and assistant prin cipals of the city and county schools met Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock . in the basement of the First Presby terian church for iheiir regular sup per meeting. J. Edwards Allen, of Warrenton was the principal .speaker of (lie even ing addressing the club on "The idea. Principal." The meeting proved to hi >a.u enjoyable one to thine attending. DAREDEVILS APPEAR IN CITY ON SUNDAY I. M. Tull, the lTofessoV" wli’h a five passenger plane; Pick Picked, flying a. two passenger open piano, Lee Stone, who docs a 3.000 foot parachute jump and Dusty Bar nard, wing walker and sen sat ion a stunt man; will all be bore Sunday afternoon for- a performance at the flying field near the Fair Grounds. These daredevils will thrill all those attending with breath-taking, death defying stunts. Henderson firemen arc tire sponsors iCif the event. Henderson Daily Dispatch EARNHARDT SPEAKS^ Tells Fraternal Order How to Improve Civilization Last Night *• - - - Rev. D. E. Earnhardt, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, was the speaker before the regular weekly meeting of the Junior Orde. last -might in their hall. Rev. Mr. Earnhardt del levered a most inspiring talk to the men on "Civilization.” The speaker told the ( group that there were three big things Unit retarded civilization and two Ihai'.. gave it a great push forward. He said that disease, war and liquor were the three drawbacks and that education and religion were the two things that carried it forward. He told of the first three disease, war and liquor, in a foreefui way just what each would do and urged the men to a better brotherhood in their every walk ot life. Ho stated that 'duca'ion and religion should go hann' 'n hand for the develomnent of civiliznl ’on. saying that one without the oilier wru’il not do cit’ng that many criminals were highly educated i ut that they had no religion thereby •becoming a. drawback to civilization. To be a r eal "good" man, the pastor •aid. one must have both education and religion. Si von candidates were taken in at t ic meeting at which about 75 were, present, it being, one of the most in veresting had for sometime. FiRE DAMAGES HOME AT HARRIET MILL Blaze Burns Roof Badly; Local Firemen Use Mill Equipment In Fight An unestimated damage was done to one of the Harriet Cotton Mills operative's houses yesterday after noon about 1:30 o’clock by fire, the origin of which was undetermined b. Fire Chief E. T. Shepherd, who toon the fire company to the scene of the blaze on a. call from the mill. The roof of the house was badly damaged, but all of the furnishings had been brought from the burning structure and were not damaged by the blaze. Firemen used the mill’s fire fight ing equipment to extinguish the blaze. IN GAIHIISI Girls Meet Dabney Here; Boys Go To Wake Forest for Their Tilt Henderson high school's basketball teams swing into action tonight on widely separated courts, the girls meeting Dabney here at 7:30 o’clock al the High JMice Warehouse in their iiist teat of tlie season, while the toys go to Wake Forest for a clash with the high school team at that place. The girls’ team is under the tute lage of Jessie Matthews, former high school star, and is under the man agement of Miss Ruth Cordle, a mem ber of the school's faculty. The suad has been working hard an 3 is ex pected to present a formidable aggre gation the court tonight. Coach Matthews has several very strong substitute slhat will probably see ac tion in the game. The sailing has not been so. good for the boys’ team, losing the only two games that they have played this year by one-sided scores. Wake Forest topped them in the first game by an overwhelming score arid they dropped the second to Roanoke Rap ids by a similar score. Coach Hank Powell has practically no material upon which to build a winning cage aggregation, but never theless, he has been drilling his boys to their utmost, getting them into the best shape possible under the handicaps. A good crowd is expected to turn out tonight for the girls’ first tilt and a large part of the student body will he there to lend its support. Community Service. R. li. Crowedr will have a com munity service at his farm. "Nine Oaks.” near Williamii' or o Sunday aft ernoon at 2:30 o’clock, it was an nounced today. Tire public is cordially iivitcd to attend the service. Children's Coughs Need Creomulsion Always get the best fastest and surest tr eatment for your child's cough or cold. Prudent mothers more and more are turning to Creomulsion for any cough or cold that starts. Creomulsion emulsifies creosote with six other important medicinal elements which soothe and heal the inflamed membranes. It is not a cheap remedy, but contains no nar cotics and is certain relief. Get a bottle from your druggist right now and have it ready for instant use ,<-r (Adv.) E.H. DIXON IS HEAF Election Held Yesterday; Other Officers Have Been Named for 1934 At a mooting of the Henderson council of Boy (Scouts of America held yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock in the Episcopal Parish House, E. If. Dion was elected as president for 1934. Mr. Dixon has '.'ccen inttcrcstc'd worker with scouts for several years and it is expected that scouting will thrive under- Iris leadership. He succeeds Eric G. Flannagan a;s president. Other officers named at the meet ing for 1934 were R. G. Kiibtrell, vice president; Dr. I. H. Hoyle, treasurer, W. D. Payne, secretary. The president will appoint chairmen for the dif ferent committees that work in har mony with the council in scouting ae- I tivities. Girls Play Shaw University; Boys Meet Virginia State At 7:30 P. M. A doubleheader basketball game is scheduled foi Henderson Institute gyhi, loca inegro school, tonight with the first game starting at 7:30 o'clock The Institute girls will play Shaw University sextette, of Raleigh, while the Panthers’ five will meet Virginia State College, of Petersburg, Va. as the second game of the double bill. The local girls were defeated by Shaw in Raleigh several days ago by a close score and they will lie fight ing tonight to avenge that early de fer. c. The boys were smothered in Pet ersburg sometime ago when they clashed with the Virgniia team, said to be one of the best Negro teams in the country. The boys will have their hands full tonight if they hope to cope with the strong Virginia ag gregation. Coach Gaither, of (ire Institute, has issued an invitation to white friends of the school to attend the game, saving that they will witness some of the best basketball played in these parts for sometime, May Hay Tonight •- ' >. & 'ifjr * ft • •.■• xwjkk STO&R T A/TRfN- C UGR.U Stuart Aitken may return to the j Carolina lineup for the important j game with Virginia here tonight. The ! star forward, who has been out all j week with a sprained ankle, was leading the Tar Heel scorers up until he was injured. Aitken contributes much of the burning speed that fea tures the ar Hee lattack. He is a Junior playing his second year as a regular. He comes from Charlotte with the McCachren brothers, Captain Dave and Jim, who man the guard berths for Carolina. He Hopes For Win Iff . BBmk ** CARL BERNHARDT When mat teams of N. C. State and . M. I. met last winter. Carl Bernharßf lost his 165 pound match on a time decision, but this year the Salisbury boy (above), has hopes of reversing the results. He will get h' s chance tonight when the two teams meet at Raleigh. Bernhardt threw his man in . State’s opening meet !a g t week with f l with Carolina. Not Seeking Judge’ ment As Clerk of Su perior Court Fred /B.> Hight, city councilman, and J. R. Teague, who holds a position with the State Banking Department, who were mentioned in this paper yesterday as possible candidates for Hie miexpired term of the late Colonel li my Perry as clerk of Superior <" ini of Vance county, stated today Ilia! (hey were not in the field for the appoint ment. Mr. Hight stated that he had a con versation with Judge R. Hunt Parker, i evident judge, upon whom falls the responsibility of appointing a clerk xor live court, and told the judge “that he would accept the appointment ib he could not decide upon just who to give it to, but that he would not ruck re-election in the primary and •e'notion to be held this year.” Mr. Teague stated that he “grate fully appreciated his friends mention ing him for- the post, but that ho wi.l not be a candidate for the un r l term of Colonel Henry Perry, d vr..- ■ r;c:l, at the public hearing at ‘he court house Saturday morning.” ‘ lie w.itlhdrawl of these two names * 101)1 Ibe list of those thought to he • .vr.ki.ug the appointment, narrows h down for tomorrow’s hearing. ARRESTS BE MADE IN ROAD ACCIDENTS Sta g Highway Patrolman W. F. Bailey, stationed here, has been noti fied by Captain Charles D. Farmer, head of the State Highway Patrol that Governor J C. B. Ehringhaus lia called upon the patrol to curb accidents on highways. To .further ih j. Captain Farmer has ordered al' .patrolmen that “there will be no fur ther roadside settlements of any ac cidents, no matter how small and if Mie guilty parties can be determined, t hey shall he arrested and tlic court decide as to what penalty shall be given them. If the guilty cannot be placed upon any one individual or do cided by the investigating officer, both operators of both vehicles shall be arrested and the courts to decide - to which was guilty of any viola | t ion.” SCHOOLS COMPLETE THEIR TERM EXAMS Mid-term caruinations have been cemplnted i.n all of the schools in the county. it. was said today by Super iu !■« .ndienl Id. M. Rollins, a,nd reports have been mailed to Hip parents of ‘he < hUdre;ii for their i nspect ion, and wln—cby they may note the progress * mg made by tlieir children in the rch cots. NOTICE! I To Our Customers I And the Public I Because of the construction work now in progress on Garnett street which makes it inconvenient to reach our sendee station, we are opening a Temporary Service Station I Corner of Chestnut and I jf • 195 Montgomery Streets I In Zollicoffer Motor Company Building We invite you to visit one or both of our stations, whichever is the most convenient for you. Henderson Vulcanizing Co, | Phones 408 and 409 FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1034 Aycock Grange Has Its New Officers Aycock Grange installed its officers for the new year with due ceremonies last Tuesday night at Aycock school. The officers for the new year' itfere .announced as follows: Master, Thomas Cuirrin; overseer, t 5. D. Ad cock; steward, J. W. Sanders; assis tant steward, W. % T. Hobgood; gate keeper, J. A. Adcock; lady assistant steward, Mrs. W. C. Poe; lecturer, Miss Alice Clayton; secretary. Thurs ton Hoyle; treasurer, N. W. Currin; chaplain, A. H. Hoyle, flora, Mrs. D. Jj. Hoyle; pomona, Mrs. A. H. Hoyle and ceres, Mrs. Alice Dement. The Gr ange is looking forward to a successful year with the new officetr . Peering its activities. VAUGHAN GOES TO SANFORD MEETING W. R. Vaughan, president of North Carolina Railway Employees and Tax Payers Association and local Sea board ;Air Line fßailway Freight agent, was in Sanford today for a meeting of a branch of his organi zation there tonight. Several offi cials of the State group will he pre sent. to make speeches along with Mr, aughan, representing other railroads in the State. Algebra came into general use about the year 1590. I 1% PENALTY 1% I Will Go On 1933 I CITY TAXES Not Paid On Ox* Before I FEBRUARY 1 Avoid this extra cost. Don’t be penaliz ed for failure to pay your 1933 city taxes. Remember the final installments on street assessments are also due and I payable now. * Call City Clerk’s office for any information. I S. B. BUR WELL 1 City Clerk and Tax Collector Phone 203 IV. M. I. TO BROADCAST PROGRAM TON iC,Ti| Virginia Military Institute, of r .,. v ington, Va„ will present a thirty , nj , ute broadcast tonight at 8:30 o’clon over WSM, Nashville, Tenn., .j vill fasinating history, sketches and of the famous Military Institute t was said today. A number of V. M. I. alumni in this section will be pleased to 1..,- of the broadcast. William Church, son of c. p. Church, is a cadet at the Vir-i.m Institution. *" l,d CWA HEADS ATTEND RALEIGH MEETING Mrs. W. B. Waddill, co unity «« w , administrator, P. A. Smith, disbiu-.m,’. officer and A. D. Patterson comfy engineer under the CWA. were in pf leigh yesterday attending a me, ine with reference to th future work <° the Civil Works Administration. rtf xi&igcuLu. | O JU 4f[ dlbu>£vexL 0 111 mM biv« quickest relief from p 3ia V 111 B*a Banishes nerTons strain. Brinzi (6x 2 fill P««fal relaxation. 10c, 3o f tizet and at font*?*.