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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES y o \i A 10HKST WALKER. )],, niiil-forcst pring!.... till vou foci it cool in heart * ..,,,1 frame through pines uml thickets t.hr light • l T the valley ami the mountain u> ..mi.-cl clouds arc trembling in l) lt . waves, wi l,l jeer drink among the windy rocks; , hall call for Jo.V aloud, and 4 \r»u . ,n.<unt ,‘i.Mi celio that will die away , (i |jutes repeated on the crimson air’ William Kllei.v U'onard. m "A Son y f Kiirtli-" Miudaj \ isitor Adcock, of South Boston, Vu„ mtl , Sunday in the city with rela tive \isil In Durham q, md Mi ' W. K. Holmes, of N . r ,ii i(. ndei 'oti, spent Monday in LMjrii mi with Mm. .1. C. flight. In I'ii.vellevllln \ji' i'• Edith and Edna liobgood , lfl j .lames Coward are spending the jw in Fayetteville with Mrs. P. E pulley and family. Postpones Meeting I'lu 1 'Uon Cooper Club of North fiend* i on postponed its regular meet i,Monday evening due to unfavor ;,t,le weather conditions. Ketnrns to Rocky Mount Mis- Kuril** Fly has returned to her I,oll'r in Kucky Mount, after spend i,, a week in this city with Mr. and Mr- .1 M Moss on Clary street. To Florida Friday. M am) Mis. ,1. It. Cheatham and ! *; md Mrs. Goode Cheatham expect , have Friday morning for St. !V?ri,-l.uirg. Fla., where they will -p : d : onu" inie. Episcopal Women Will Meet Friday I * Woman's Auxiliary of Holy In i iii- episcopal church will have a M' ' iii:; Friday afternoon at ! o'clock ;r the Parish House, it was announc «d today. Itev. I. W. Hughes, recto! "f I" ehnreh. will speak to the group ('lark St. School In \\ ashington Fete ''i "k S'reel School observed Grange V. 'iii igt*»n*s hirlinlay today with an a; !>•.>|»i i*♦ * program being presented • e'Miol With each grad*' being ' 'ire "inrit 1 hereon. 11, I'ineina) sp<*si.k**r of the day " Hedge A. Newell. Jr., represeiit ing tin I Joy Scouts, who gave a •<' >eh of the life of Washington, i’l" program was both interesting 1 d entertaining and was an enjoy iM, .me with Mr. Newell delivering h i talk on the nation’s first presi- Lost 20 Lbs. of Fat in Just 4 Weeks Mi Mae West of St. Louis, Mo., J "'it*'- 'I in only 28 years old and I v.<■ i- 11 .•,j i7o pounds until taking one 'V 'i your Kruschen Salts Just 1 ' A "' lts ago. i now weigh 150 lbs. I ‘ " have more energy and f.urlhcr iiiu". I’ve never had a hungry mo ment.” I’m folks should take one half tou -ooo>irul ot Kruschen Salts in a glass ' 1 hot water every morning before : " ' mi 85 cent bottle lasts ' v,, ‘ ,<s you can gel Kruschen at 1 "*'" r: I>t ng Store or any drug j I,l '' America. 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HOURS 9A> TQ 12 NOQN Music Lovers Club -At Miss McDuffie’s • The Music Lovers Club met last Saturday afternoon with Miss Doro thy McDuffie at her home on Gran ite Street. There was a good attend ance, and the meeting proved to be very interesting and enjoyable. After a short business session El sie and Edith Dickerson played a tuneful duet. Mrs. Martin then took up the study of folk-songs, which was followed by two sketches of the life of America’s troubadour, Stephen Collins Foster. These were given by Ann Evans, and Emma Lee Hawkins. Josephine "Mar tin told of three of Foster's songs— "O Susanna," "Old Folks at Home." mid "My Old Kentucky Home” Alice Harrison played a beautiful arrangement of “Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming,” and Nellie Kit trell played "Beautiful Dreamer." which was Foster’s last song. Dorothy McDuffie played "Old Black Joe, and Mariana Ann Haw kins played "O Susanna.” During the j social fmnr several songs were sung, and a game played in which Alice Harrison won the prize. The hostess, asisted bv Evelyn Pittman, served deleiious * refresh ments. Reported. Georgia Wedding- •. Os Interest Here Savannah. Ga.. Feb. 22.- Mr. and Mis. Joseph E. Barnes announce the marriage of their daughter, Mildred I*ouisc to Richard V. Jenkins, which look place Wednesday. February It. nt six o’clock in the First Baptist hurch. Brunswick. Ga. Rev. C. C. Davidson, pastor of the church offi ciated in the presence of the imme ’inte families. The bride was gowned in a travel :.g ensemble of grey cloth fashioned i the windblown silhouette. Her hat ’vas an off-the-face model of navy >aka fashioned with a tucked brim a halo effect and trimmed with an 'lulcrhand and how of grey grosgrain ibbon. Her accessories wore in navy htc and her corsage was or orchids. I mint'd lately after the ceremony Mr. nd Mrs. Jenkins left for Miami. Fla., "id Havana. Cuba. On their return hey will make their home In Savair uih. ■ f-g- Mr. Jenkins n. the son of Mrs. Anna Jenkins of Savannah, Ga.. and a >i eminent young broker of that place. Mis. Jenkins is the attractive grand a tighter of Mrs. A. T. Barnes, of this ity. and hai been a frequent visitor lerc. High School Play Tonight, Friday The Henderson Yhigh school Drum 'll ic Club, under the direction of Miss 'liannon Morton, will present “Shrit tic eves” in the Central School audi oiium this evening at 8:15 o’clock md again tomorrow evening at the ame hour, it was said today. The club is composed of 30 mcm hers selected in tryouts held last Sep tember at the school. It represents he dramatic talent at the local school i i he. best in dramatic talent at the I local school. ! distressing financial period during I '!>2P and 1930 portraying the triads iri tribulations of each member a> the family fortune .shrinks, its -effect • a their social position and other fa miliar situations are brought in. All the things in a normal family r * found in the play. A rijiall admission fee will be charg cd. it. was said At Mother’s Bedside Mrs. Breedlove, of Danville, spent i Sunday in the city at the bedside of i her mother, Mrs. G. H. Parrish, who is i ill at her home on North Garnett t street. HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1934 Miss Stegall Weds Robert Richardson Miss Louise Stegall and Robert Jones Richardson were united in mar riage Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock with Rev. D. D. Brume, pastor of the First Methodist Protestant cir cuit in this county, as the officiating clergy at his parsonage on North Gar nett. street. The quiet ceremony was performed in the presence of only a. few friends. The bride was becomingly attired in dark blue silks with accessories to match. Following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson left for a visit to relatives in Louisburg. after which they will make their home with the groom’s parents in the Flat Rock community. Mrs. Richardson is the only daught er of Tom Stegall, of Townsville. She has ben making her home in this city for the past year with Mr. and Mrs Rov B. Dickerson. She has a host of friends in the Townsville commun ity and in this city, where she is w<'ll liked by all who knew her. Mr. Richardson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson, of the Flat Rock community. Fie is engaged in farming. Jr. Woman’s Club With Miss Cooper The Junior Woman’s Club held its regular meeting in the homo of one of its sponsors, Miss Elizabeth Coop er. Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock. Following the business session, plans were made for contributions to the Children’s Home in Greensboro. This home is mainly supported by the Junior Woman’s clubs in the State. Miss Betsy Cooper was ap pointed chairman of the Child Wel fare committee and Mrs. Teague. Misses Rebecca Church. Adele Powell and Margaret Brinkley were asked to serve with her. The members were informed of : radio program that they might hear every Thursday over WiBT, Charlotte, from 1:30 to 1:45 presented by Junk. Woman’s Club of the state. Misses Fannie Smith was in charge of the program. The subject was "Dramatics," and Miss Helen Roy ster introduced the subject with an interesting talk.) Mrs. Randolph Tea gue discussed "Carolina Flayniakcrs,’” of Chapel Hill, and pointed out to the Club that state’s advantages for local drama. At the close of the program, the hostess served refreshments Mendelssohn Club Met On Saturday The Mendelssohn Music Club met Saturday, February 17, 1934 at the home of Miss Agnes Patterson where she and Miss Anna Mae Bruin were hostesses. The meeting was called tn order by the president. Miss Frances Daniel, and the minutes read and ap proved. The usual business was dis cussed. The meeting was then turn ed over to Mrs. Parker who made our lesson for afternoon very interesting Miss Rutli Goodrich Thomas gave a very delightful paper on Christoph G1 ucli. Mrs. Parker read “Some Anti dotes of Famous Musicians.” Delicious refreshments were served consisting of grape juice, cakes, and mints. The meeting was trien adjourned until March 3. 1934 when it will meet, with Miss Ada Page where she and Miss Jane Thompson will act J*osl esses. a . Those attending this meeting were Anna Mae Bruin, Frances Daniel, Rowena Daniel, Mollie Bug Ellis, Frances Harrison, Ann Nichols, Ada Page, Agnes Patterson, Helen Roy ster, Helen Tciser, Ruth Goodrich, Jane Thompson, Ellen Trudgen, and Mrs. Parker.—Reported. Story Hour For Library On Friday The story hour which will be held tomorrow is the first of five story hours which will be given on five con secutive Fridays at the library. Mrs. John Lee Wester will tell the first stories. The children who have attended previous story hours know what a treat js in store with Mrs. Wester telling giant stories. Tickets have been made especially for the giant series. Come to the library desk and get the tickets before 4 p. m. Friday, when the story hour begins. Buying In New York Stanley F. Teiser is in New York buying new spring goods and ready to wear for Teiser’s Department Store. NRA idea seems to be that recovery means that we’ve got to get well be fore we can get any better. Told Her Daughter To Take CARDUI “I took Cardui tor a weak, run down condition,” writes Mrs. John Behme, of New Madrid, Mo. “My back ached, also my sides. I did not feel good, so did not feel like doing my work, and there is a lot to do on a farm. I read about Car dui and decided to take it. Cardui helped me. It is the best tonic I have found. I told my daughter to take it, too, and it helped her.” Ask at the drug store for Cardui. Used by women for over 50 years. Miss Dworsky Honored In Raleigh On Tuesday Raleigh. Feb. 22.—One of the love liest affairs of the seaso was the re ception and dance given by Mr. and Mr s. Harrison Kauffman at the Caro lina Pines Club on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mildred Dworsky, of Henderson, and Allan Amdursky, of Norfolk, Va., whose wedding will take place in the early spring. Spring flowers and pines were used for decorations in the lounge, ball room and punch room, with silver candelabra, holding green and white candles, tied with bows of white tulle. Greeting the guests at the lounge door were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adler, and at the door leading to the ball room were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Biller, of Henderson. Introducing the guests to the re coi'/mg line were Mrs. Rebecca Kline and J. At. Max, of Norfolk, Va. In the receiving tine were Mr. aud Mrs. Harrison Kauffman, Miss Mil died Dworsky, Allen Amdurskv, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Dworsky, of Hender son; Miss Lee Berger, of Norfolk, Va.; Sol Hayes, of Henderson; Air. and Mrs. George Amdursky and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdursky, of Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Kauffman wore a black chil fon gown, en train, with a corsage; of gardenias and lilies of the valley. Miss Dworsky wore a charming model of flesh-coloicd crepe, with a corsage of i ail small roses and valley lilies. Airs. Dwoisky wore black chiffon with a corsage of gardenias and valley lilies. Receiving in the punch room were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Balter, of Hen derson* and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fox. of Oxford, and serving punch were M isses Shirley Kauffman, Virginia Ponton, Elizabeth Weitsehi, John Lewis and Howard Kennedy. The punch table was covered with a lovely Irish point lace cloth and decorated with silver candelabra, holding green and white candles and maiden-hair fern. In the center were a miniature bride and bridegroom, with attendants. Punch, cakes, sand ROSE XSj^sale Friday and Saturday, February 23rd and 24th All Odds And Ends, Broken Sizes and Dircontinued Items Will Go On Sale At Greatly Reduced Prices. We List Below A Few of the Many Items That Will Be on Sale At These Clearance Prices For This Week Only. GJ)c Ladies’ full fashion- Ladies' purses, values Ladies’ gloves, values Children’s union suits, ed hose. Clearance sale. up to 50c. Clearance sale up to 70c. Clearance sale Clearance sale Price 32c Price 13c Price 13c Price 33e One lot of children’s One lot children’s bloom- A»q if mini r l w «> r Hoys’ wash suits. Clear anklets. Clearance sale e rs. Clearance sale , • • a nce sale r,ce Price .... 6c Price lc ** rice Urge assortment lad- si | m . , )lated knives, Large assortment of lace ics’ brassieres, 25c forks and spoons. Clear- Children’s sweaters, val- and ribbon values up to values. Clearance sale ance sa j e ' ties up to SI.OO. Clear- K*c yd. Clearance sale Price 13c £ I ance sale I Price lc yd i riCv - vt r> • no _ ______ Price _ ZJc Ladies’necklaces, values r. i .. . ■. .. Ladies’ belts, discon up to 20c. Clearance valnpq* so 1 oo* Large assortment glass- tinued numbers. Clear if. , Clearance 11 sale ° ? ware. 10c value, Clear- ~*e Price _ . .4c u ~ ance sale Price 4c Price oc Fancy buttons and _______ one assortment ol ray buckles, 10c values. One lot enamel kettles. on step-ins. Clearance Clearance sale Clearance sale f .. ca > x ' s ' * l '»° sale Price 4c Price 13c * Clearance Price 13c One lot J. &P. Coats’ Ladies’ and children’s One lot assorted jewelry -owing thread, white felt hats, tarns and be- Large assortment toilet including brooches, bar and colors. Clearance c rets, values up to $1.49. articles. 10c values. p j ns an( j ear bobs, sale, Clearance sale Clearance sale Clearance sale Price _ _ _■ lc Price . 13c Price _4c Price 4c It Is Impossible to List all the Values for This! Clearance Sale. All We Ask Is That You Visit Us and See for Yourself the Many Big Values We Offer You Friday and Saturday. Here Is A Real Opportunity. Don’t Miss This Sale. ROSE’S 5,10 & 25c STORES, Inc. wiches and other delicacies were /served. Wiley Roger’s Orchestra furnished music for the occasion. About 150 guests were present, in cluding a large number from out oi town. Miss Dworsky has been honored at a great many parties since the an nouncement of her engagement a short while ago. Out-of-town guests present include the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Biller, of Hen derson; Mr. and Mrs. A. Tonkel, of Louisburg, Mr. and Mrs. I. Norwich, of Henderson; Miss Elizabeth Hayes, Miss F'reLda. Hayes. Sain Hayes and Sol Hayes, all of Henderson; Mr. and Mr\ Harry Baker, of Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. A. Oyer, of Henderson; Leo May, of Trenton; Mr. and Airs. George Amdursky and J. M. Max. of Nor folk. Va,; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. F\»x and A1 Fox, of Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Satisky, of Fayetteville, Mrs. Fannie Simon, of Fayetteville; Aii. and Airs. Harry Cohen, of Warren ton, Air. and Mrs, B. H. Silk, of Goldsboro, M’. and Mrs. Simon Crock, of Dur ham; Dr. E. N. Ro-enstein. of Dur ham; Miws Florence Eisemberg, of Durham; Frank Klimc, of Rocky Mount. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Goldstein, of Fran kiln ton. and Mr. and Airs. Myer Dworsky, of . Henderson. ADDED ATTRACTION AT MOON THEATRE A special added attraction. “School for Romance" ‘showing at the Moon Theatre today only, gives full details in love making from a rumble seat to a. canot. It is musical from start to finish with lots of good singing and dancing. See how a hundred beauti ful girls learn to make love from one one handsome teacher at his “School of Romance.” The feature picture showing is “Once to Every Woman’” starring Ralph Bellamy and Fay Wray. Marian Martin pattern SHOULDER AND NECK INTEREST FOR SPRING PATTERN 9932 These new shoulder lines indicate what’s going to happen this summer - short sleeves, cape collar effects, rather high at the neck. You might as well feel the influence early and be in tune. This dress is particularly charming if made of a gay printed silk, and worn with accessories which match one of the accents in the de sign of the material. You can wear it to an afternoon tea, to th eoffice, shopping - all with perfect appropri ateness. 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