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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OCTOBER NIGHT. Rountl and white, the high moon '.hint's, • I ; .,iiiing disc above the pines. * ]t never seemed so cold (before The river road on the valley floor Mini dark, the hills rise high, ~p \ v . r climbing to the sky. Ii never seemed so bright before, j'lie i iver loud on the valley floor the way. the trees are all ,’K.: together, dark and tall. It never seemed lone before, rue river road on the valley floor. \,,,v I cross the wooden bridge; foot falls echo to the; ridge. It never seemed so still befor - ' Th** river road on tile valley floor ii I my cabin light— vr, ~f gladness through the night I tuner knew a spell befor« l.ike October on the valley floor Beatrice llolman. t Isi tor from Axtell Mrs \Y T. Bobbitt, of Axtell, is vl ,|t|iig Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Allen ot «)\foi d Road. \ Kiting Sisters p> i, Henderson, of Newport News, y a is visiting bis sisters, Mrs. Ed u , ri ) Hines and Mrs. John T. Thomas, jn the city for a few days. Expected Today •qr- Henry Vos. of Cleveland. Ohio, W!V ; expected today to visit her pj.ither, Mrs. C. H. Turner, on South Gunivtt -treet. Club to Tli*’ Ten and Topics Club will be enter!ftincd tomorrow afternoon at •! ,;el,,ek by Mrs. IT. H. Harper at her ] ~,ine on Horner street, it was stated today. At legion Convention t’,,l a nd Mrs. J. W. Jenkins and Mat and Mrs. J. C. Cooper arc in Miitni. Fla... attending the sixteenth , u ,r.ual convention of the American Legion- Return Home Mi. and Mrs. Sam Young have re tin ned to their home in Grand Rapids. Mich., after visiting Mr. and Mis. .1 T. Cheatham at their home on the Oxford Road. Guests Depart K .! Stafford returned yesterday tu his home in Aiken. S. C., aftei visiting Mrs. Stafford and their daughter at the home of Mrs. Staf ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Alien Mr». Stafford and her daugh ter accompanied her husband to Greensboro and will visit there foi several days before returning to Hen derson. (li\cs Visitors A Tea On Wednesday Mrs. Joel T. Cheatham gave a most delightful tea last Wednesday after noon at her beautiful home. “Bel wood" on the Oxford Road from 4 ro 6 o'clock in honor of Mr. and Mrs. i-am Young .of Grand Rapids, Mich., who were visiting Mrs. Cheatham and Mrs. R. E. Clements, their neiees. phest Colds WUMk Best treated without "dosing” ■m visas ■'ii .-> ranjre .If II |[ I 1>39.95 to 537500 CSC raavlnl •m-h.i M-6i • 11-wave, nuperheter ®<lyne. Three bands of Search the world at large for the i* ce P tlor V Dynamic thrills and excitement of the hour iTrpI with « G-E All-wave Radio, tuning Range 540 to Listen in on London .. . Rome .. • "o?\*toZ°Z V.": Peri.-many other important for ••me Control. Dual- eign cities, too. Thrill, too, at the ratio Tuning Control. grim calls to police cars .. . mes < nbinet Table model. sages to and from aircraft in flight ral deßrgn e,n, ” C * thed " •• * vo * ceß °f a w' ateur radio oper ••nstall a G-E Antenna OI "* j c *1 *ll l;,>« In »or superior reception. You and your family will live in a new world of adventure and enter- Come in ior FREE tainment when you install this Demonstration ... General Electric Radio in your TODAY home. Its cost is amazingly low. GENERAL @ ELECTRIC All-wave Radio WOOLARD’S The Daylight Corner Radio —Drugs Phone 82 s o c i e irT mm i w s TELEPHONE 610 Velveteen for Lunch r-" 1 M Hik fly A •** <3 •«%**. jy' * ry - i W : ;i_r I ; ?..-Ut+miM iVi'ii Velveteen for luncheon—but not to eat, of course; to wear. Pic tured is a model in Chinese red with flattering bow tie, shirred blouse, and short, kimono sleeves The chin veil called the “Harem”, was originated by Schiaparelli. HICKSBORO NEWS By MISS FLORENCE WOODY Rev. Van Stephens and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bullock of Rocky Mount visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Ruth Avarett is on an extend ed visit to her brother in New York Miss Alma Green and Mrs. M. D. Woody were Sunday afternoon guest of Mrs. Leon Gill. Little Thomas Gill, who has been taking treatment at Duke's hospital, was taken back there Friday for ex amination and was found to be in a very satisfactory condition. Mrs. Jesse Knott, and Mrs. Edie Clark visited relatives in Raleigh last Thursday. Miss Rosa Mae Woody who has been spending sometime with her sister here has returned to her home at Middleburg. Mrs. Calvin Short, of Richmond, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ijoon Gill. Mrs James Hardee and son and daughter, of Kinston are spending the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Plott here. Marland Martin Pattern SLENDERIZING MARIAN MARTIN AFTERNOON DRESS Complete, Diagrammed" Marian Martin Sew Chari Included PATTERN 9180 Simple lines —rich fabrics—that’s what all Paris is saying this season and we’re repeating them here in this smartly-styled afternoon dress, every line of which is designed to flatter the larger figure. The skirt is paneled back and front to five a Si effect the bodice is slashed In fro~* and through these slashes the ends of a soft scarf-collar are drawn to look like pretty double jabots. And don’t fall to notice the unusual cuffs with their smart button trim! A dark green velvet would be a beautiful choice for color and fabric and a honey-colored crepe for the scarf would be a lovely contrast. Pattern 1180 may be ordered only In sizes 34. 38. 38. 40, 42. 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 4 yards 39 inch fa bric and 1 yard contrasting. sr3 vbgkq etaoin shrdlu etaoin fm Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly jour NAME. ADDP.ESS the STYLE NUiVtfJER AND SIZE of each pattern. Send your order to The Daily Dis patch Pattern Department. 232 W. 181 h St.. New York. N. Y. Students Club To Meet on Thursday The first fall meeting of the Stu dents Club will he held Thursday aft ernoon at 4 o’clock at the home of Mrs. L. R. Gooch on West Garnett street with Mrs. Gooch, Mrs. Spots wood Burwell and Mrs. S. R. Watson as hostesses. All members were urg ed to he present.. Miss Blacknall Is Visiting Brother Miss Bessie Blacknall, who is a mis sionary in Alaska for the Episcopal church, is visiting her brother, W. H. Blacknall on Charles street. Miss Blacknall spent several days in Seattle, Washington, and then came to Chicago- where she visited the World’s Fair, then to New York to visit her bx-other, C. A. Blacknall, at tended the General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Atlantic City, and spent one night at the Church Training School. Miss Blacknall expects to remain in the United States for six months, re turning to Alaska to resume her du ties. Miss Gretchen Fox Weds John Waters An announcement of interest here was made today as follows: “Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marston announce the marriage of their daughter, Gretchen Fox to John Nail Walters, of Raleigh on Saturday the twenty-first of July nineteen hundred and thirty-four Dillon. South Carolina" Mrs. Walters has a host of friends in this section, having been formerly connected with the Jewel Beauty Shop. Mr. Walters holds a reponsible posi tion with the Tilghman Motor Com pany in Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Waters are making their home at 110 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh. CONTRACT BRIDGE WMTTBN POft CENTRAL PUSS • y E. V. SHEPARD FAMOUS HMOOK HACHIK AVOID NO TRUMPS WITH 2-SUITERS UNLESS SPECIAL conditions ex ist it is better to observe the old rules that have proved to be good over a long' period. One of these rules is to avoid no trumps with 2-suiters. The hand today illustrates one of the reasons why this rule is sound. West made a good score at no trumps, without encountering trouble, but East would have done better had his partner supported diamonds. 4 J 10 9 5 8 fK 9 4 3 4 A J 48 6 4 A K 8 4 476 fAQ 10 jy. 4 6 5 4 K 10 8 4Q 3 2 5 6 s"* 4K9■4A Q 7 3 2 4 Q 2 VJB 7 2 49 7 4 4J 10 5 4 Bidding went: West, 1-Spade; East, 2-Diatnonds; West. 2-Hearts; East, 3-Clubs; West, 3-No Trumps; East, 4-Clubs, showing at least 5 cards in each minor suit, and West might well have bid 6-Diamonds, upon his 4 quick tricks: West, 4-No Trumps, which East let alone, fortu nately. as a small slam cannot be made at no trumps, and he was not called upon to rebid his minor suits. The opening lead of a spade knocked out one of West’s high hon ors. The declarer at once led dia monds. North’s Ace won and he Schumann Club In Hallowe’en Party On Saturday evening, the officers of the Schumann Music Club for the year 1934-35 (entertained )he club members at a most attractive Hal lowe’en Party. The guests were invited to come in costume to the Scout Hut in “Willow wood”. On arriving, they were greeted by ghosts who told them to enter a fire lit room which had been turned into a witches haunt. There another ghost told them to. sit without speaking a word until all the guests had arrived; at which time dim lights peering through pompkin heads were turned on and several games and contests were enjoyed. Fortunes were told by a witch; and a parade revealed Miss Priscilla Par ham had won the prize for wearing the most attractive costume. After bobbing for apples and toast ing marshmallows at a big bonfire, re freshments were served. Miss Curlena Godfrey entertained the guests at this time with a Hal lowe’en reading. The new president. Miss Bessie Mae Johnson, announced that the first meeting of the year would be held on Nov. 7, and the subject of the pro gram for the year would be operas. Prayer Meeting The Prayer Meeting Band will meet this evening at 7:30 o’clock in the home of Mrs. Harris near Johnson’s garage, it was announced today. Elmo Powell will be the leader. Prof. Edgar J. Good speed of the University of Chicago, famed religi ous scholar and author, born at Quincy, 111., 63 years ago. knocked out the remaining high spade honor, leaving North’s spades established, with the K ol heart* tor re-entry. As a result the declarer dared not take a heart finesse. 110 wound up by winning the following tricks: 2 spades, 1 heart, 4 diamonds and % clubs, just fulfilling his contract, and scoring 140 game points. ■Had East played the hand at 6-Diamonds see what he could have done, against any opening lead. The most probable lead is a heart, which the declarer must win wiih West’s Ace. He should take 2 rounds of trumps, of which North will win a (ri<.A with his Ace, no further trick should be lost by t lie declarer, pro vided lie saves a single trump in dummy, to ruff the third round ,of clubs. The odds are about 2 to 1 that clubs will not all fall in 3 leads. A small slam at diamonds would have scored 120 for game points plus 500 points for the small slam. . 4JH» 98 4 VK9 7 5 4 K 10 2 44 *AQ 5 2 fj ♦« 3 4 A Q J . . 410 4 4 A Q J ‘■‘l 4& 3 4 A Q 5 S. 4 K J 10 9 8 3 2 4 " o 486 3 2 498764 4 7 6 West played the hand at 7-No Trumps, doubled by North. The opening lead was the J of spades Before tomorrow see how many tricks West should v.-in, against lh& best subsequent defense. HOURS 9 A. M. TO 12 NOON More New Books Added Perry Library Shelves The H. Leslie Perry Memorial Lib rary ha sa number of new books for the library shelves. Always in the fall of the year there are new books by popular authors. Among the new light fiction books are novels by Emilie Loring, Lida Larrimore and Martha Ostenso. With Banners ’ by Loring is a lively entertaining story. Larrimore’s "True by the Sun” is the story of a young Princeton grad uate who had a difficult time finding Dispatch Carriers Be Guests At Fair The Henderson Daily Dispatch carrier hoys will be the guests of the management of the Cetlin and Wilson shows at Golden Belt Fan this evening. The fair this year is the largest had here for some years the mid way beng one of the best seen here in recent years. Eight express car leads of equipment, not counting that which came through on priv ate conveyances, has been erented on the grounds and last night a large crowd attended the carnival. The carrier hoys are looking forward to an evening of fun and enjoyment. “Premiere” Last Night A Success Henderson “movie stars” paraded at the Stevenson's “Hollywood Premiere" last evening before a large throng gathered at the theatre for their re ception and before a large audience in the theatre. Each “star” was an impersonation of the well known screen star of to day. Miss Edith Evans as Mae West was the winner of first prize, Miss Juanita Crabtree as Florence Lake was second and J. H. Hicks as Ben Blue was third. The impersonations were very good and enjoyed by the audience. With the Sick About Same Col. J. R. Young, of Raleigh, a brother of Mrs. W. A. Hunt and a former resident of this city, was said to be “about the same” as result of injuries sustained sometime ago In Raleigh. Mr. Owen Improved J B. Owen was said to be doing very well at Watt’s hospital. Durham, where he has been confined for some time. Doing Nicely Ezra Daniel was said to be doing nicely at his home on Andrews ave nue. He was injured in an automobile accident more than a week ago. U. S. Agents Kill Pretty Boy Floyd, Notorious Outlaw (Continued from Page One./ ped at the back door of the house of Mrs. Conkle, a widow, and asked for food. He ate. It was a good meal. He told the widow as much and paid her one dollar. Out in the farm yard he met Ste wart Dyke, a brother of Mrs. Conkle, who had been husking corn, and ask ed for a ride to Youngstown. Dyke refused. He had to go home, he said “I’ll take you to Clarkson, though," offered Dyke. He backed up the car. Floyd was in the leai seat. Mrs. Dyke sat with her husband. At that moment two automobile loads of officers appeared in their cars. The desperado pulled a gun and jumped from the car. He started for a nearby wooded ridge. “Halt,” yelled Purvis. Floyd ran. “Fire”, ordered Purvis. Fifteen bullets tore into the Okla homa bandit’s body. He went down fatally wounded. Stop Chills and Fever! Rid Your System of Malaria! Shivering with chills one moment and burning with fever the next — that’s one of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked, the disease will do serious harm to your health. Malaria a blood infection, calls for two things. First, destroying the infection in the blood. Second, building up the blood to overcome the effects of the disease and to fortify against further attack. Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic sup plies both these effects. It contains tasteless quinine, which kills the in fection in the blood, and iron, which enriches and builds up the blood. Chills and fever soon stop and you are restored to health and comfort. For half a century, Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief for Malaria. It is just as useful, too, as a general tonic for old and young. Pleasant to take and absolutely harmless. Safe to give children. Get a bottle at any drug store. Now two sizes—soc and sl. The $1 size contains 2 1-2 times as much as the 50c size and gives you 25 per cent more for your money. his place in the business world be cause of economic conditions. White Reef, on the Pacific Coast, is the scene of many shipwrecks and there, Silas Darnell made his home in Heartbrook Cove when disaster same to his fishing boat. Martha Ostenso's "White Reef” features Silas’ daught er, Nona, who runs away with Quen tin Wingate, an “outsider”. “The Safe Bridge” by Frances Park inson Keyes is the story of Elizabeth Burr who was disowned by her fath er and exiled fiom Scotland to Rye gate (Vermont) in the early 1800's because of an innocent but indiscreet adventure with her lover. How she became a part of the community, mar ried a worthy local farmer, and brought up a large family, makes an interesting story. “Brinkley Manor ' is a characteris tic Wodehouse story in which Jeev deftly shapes the romances of Angela with Puppy Glossop and ol Madeline with Gussie Fink-Nottle. Other fiction titles are "Bull’s Eye" by Milward Kennedy, "Flame in the Forest” by Harold Titus, Brown’s "Scotland Yard Can Wait" and “Trail Dust” by Clarence E. Mulford. Hilaire Belloc’s “Richelieu" sketch es only (he main events of the great cardinal’s cat per. The purpose of the book is to prove the author’s thesis that Richelieu’s policies were chiefly responsible for two significante deve lopment in European history- the di vision ol Christendom into two op posing cultures, Protestant and Cath lic. and the growth of the nationalistic state. In Stuart Chase’s “Economy of Abundance" he takes an inventory of our resources of energy, goods and services, analyzes the economy of this new abundance and shows the ad vance in well-being that might be at tained if these resources were per mitted to be used in our behalf in stead of being largely dissipated. “Windows on Henry Street” by Lil lian D. Wald is the story of the Henry Street settlement and reflects twenty years of social progress in a changing East Side, New York City. Thomas Hamilton Ormsbee’s “The Story of American Furniture” is a well organized book and more criti cal and more informative than many of the books written on the subject of American furniture. Another book of furniture and also of architecture is “Century of Prog- PRINTZESS COATS go in for tweed with fur Aa S pertly tailored and suovely d.loil.d. y' -.jisjljßEdfigrew; Wliolevei you ve planned lor ' 75 t 0 * 45 ' 00 Wednesday Specials Hallowe’en costumes for children and adults .... SI.OO One lot full fashioned first quality silk hose. 2 prs. SI.OO Beautiful dark prints and suitings, rayon mixtures, '29c to 40c values, special, per yard 19c One lot ladies’ black and brown oxfords, medium heels, were $3.95. special at „ $2.59 Ladies’ and children’s sport oxfords sizes from A’s to 4-C’s $3.85 Grocery Specials 6 cans of Sunbrite cleanser 27c 11 packages of washing powder 24c 2 cans of chicken and lamb muddle 31c E. G. Davis & Sons Co. HENDERSON, N. C. CHURCH SOCIETIES ANNOUNCEMENTS ress Homes and Furnishings.” It has photographs and explanations of the exhibits at the World Fair. Several new books for the high school debaters will prove of itnerest to patrons interested in the subjects. These arc “Problems of Liquor Con trol," “Sales Taxes", “Government Ownership of Public Utilities," and “Equalizing Educational Opportun ity” A new book of Halloween Games and stories is among the new books. “Merchants of Death" by Engel brecht and Hanighcn is a study of the International Armament industry. PHOTOPLAYS Stevenson THEATRE LAST TIMES TODAY Matinee 10 25c Plu3 Tax Night 1935 c Plus Tax “LIFE OF VIRGIE WINTERS” —with— Ann Ha-riling and John Boles Added Comedy “HELLO PROSPERITY” and Pathe News Wednesday and Thursday “Romance in the Rain” —with— Roger Pryor— Heath Angel— Admission .... 10-25 c Plus Tax Moon Theatre TODAY Joan Barrymore and Carol .Lombard —in “20T1I CENTURY” Comedy—"ilOW’S CHOPS” Vaudeville Aet Wednesday Only ECZEMA For twenty years I made a study of ECZEMA and have a satis factory treatment. P. R. Hardee, M. D. Stem, N. C.