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Children To Bring Toys To Theatre Free Admission I'or Them on Friday: Scouts to Repair Playthings Toys for poor children at Christ mas will be brought to the Stevenson theatre Friday l>y the children of the community, and their reward for this interest in the happiness of th*’ les fortunate ones will he a flee admis sion ot the theatre at any time up to (5 p. m.. under an agreement between the theatre and u committee headed by J. Harry Bryan. chairman, repre senting the Hoy Scouts. After the toys have been brought to the theatre, limy will he turned over to the Scout* and they will t ike them to the Parker building on Garmtt street and there re-con. lltioti them for distribution at Chr i-onmi ti .. The boys are making their prepara tlons, to this as theit hit byway of a Christinas project this season. Children bringing toys may give those that are damaged, but it i urged that they bring such toys ns ian at least be repaired and t wle usable again by other children It is expected that a tremendous , supply will be bronchi in from nil will have much to do in theit odd parts of the city, and 'tint the Scouts hours before Christmo: in this effort to make some le.--' fertiinati child The generosity ot rm meat re mat<e-. j the arrangement pnssihlf. and was ; readily acoei>ted by S. S. Stevenson i the manager, when the proposal was j laid before him recently. J. L BURCHEITE, 11 CLAUD BY DEATH; - Funeral and Burial at Zion M. E. Church in Warren County Tomorrow AfTer an illness of about a week with a complication of diseases. James this morning a! his borne, at 31b Funeral services will he held at Zion M. ‘Hi-.d- •» t r-tojfeh near Nor linn tettiniimi 'ifo r m>on a r 3 o'clock, with interment followiug in the church cemetery. Ft* v. TV C IVII - the pastor will be in charge ot Ibe ervices, assisted by Rev L. R. Medlin, pastor of the Metiiouist Pro testant church of Homier-on Mr. Burchettc. who was a retired fanner and merchant, had lived in Henderson the past *>ight years, coin ing: here. I'ioin Norlina, wbe’e he _re sided for many years, and where- he served a term nr two as mayor. He a member <>f the Methodist church at Norlina. He was born In Warren coun ty August 2 ft. IR6I Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Sal !i" BuioiiUtn. :tcu on following ohil dren: J Ti. Buiehette. Jr., J B. Bur chetto and Mias Sallio Ron Burehet.te, all of Henderson; W. B. Burchettc, o' - Enfield: Miss Helen U. Burchettc, «>t Wan on ton; Mrs. E. C. Mize, of "Bur lington. and Miss Emma Burchettc. of Richmond. Also surviving arc an only brother, W. E. Burchettc, of Norlina, and an only sister, Mrs. TV. J. Fisher, Roanoke, Va. Pallbearers foi the funeral were announced as follows. Active- J U Overbv. TV. T?oyo White. N. FI Gh el son, (> A Fi'>se. X, j M. Newman, J FT. Fleming, all of Norlina. Honorary J. P. Harlot). Hr, h. H Foster. W. G. Overby. Rev. 1,. Min gett, all <»r Norlina: .1 II Smiley, of Warrenton; nd C. p. llarton, G. TV Davie. Mt a *• .•.**?!*.-- O \V. TTonk- Icy, I>r. A. f. Newcomb. N. t,. H ; ,i. ris and C. 5... ..II c; n-u det- I son. CAN YOU ANSWER VHESE QUESTIONS? See l*age Four l. What is a residuary legacy? I*. Who was Giovanni .Battista Do nat i? 3. Where was I'Tiedu Tb’inpel, Ger Tiihu c. P„ a! i ■ ... , \ •> 4. Name ihe cupil.al oi British India. 3. Name the first. Bishop of the Math odist Episcopal church ordained in the United States. 6. Os which state is Herbert H T,.<h man the Governor? 7. In law, what, is a respondent? 8. Who wrote the short story, “The Rady or the Tiger?” 9 What does Veni, Vidi. Vici mean? 10. Who. discovered tFie Strait of .Mag ellan? Cs» Eases Headache In 3 Minutes also tieiuaigra, muscuLu- acnes and pains, toothache, earache, periodical and other pains due to inorganic causes. No oar* cotics. 10c and 25c packages Tuesday’s Sale of Tobacco Is Small Tuesday's sale of tobacco on the Henderson market was so small that no reports were made today of the offerings. Hue to the ex treme cold and the snow and slip pery highways, few farmers ven tured out with tobacco to be placed on warehouse floors. AH warehouses had a few piles on hand, l>ut there were quickly taken in Fiy the luiyers. It. was es~ «o.u„- day's sate amounted to less than Jft.lHMt pounds. Heavier sales are looked for the remainder of 1 lit* week. NO DEFINITE MOVE ABOUT POSTMASTER Term of C. P. Wright Incum bent, Expires One Week From Tomorrow j Nr definite move toward tiding the i ; i,jic■•■aching vacancy in the Hender <>n |n).-:m.-n-ti rsliip ha> been taken, , far as has been definitely learned, uid in spite of rumors that are afloat •oncoming tin office. The four-year ettn of Postmaster C. P. Wright will expin on Thursday of next week. i.Tcrejnbt'l -JO. and it is »«ovv certain ; !hot the offim will not be filled by hat time. Then 1 was a imuor today that a civil service examination had been •rd-red. ;ut it was said at the post ■ffici that no official instructions or • t>| .j f iff upt )l£wj V, — j ei\a d TV (' Stainbuck is secretary m ally for the Civil Service Commls j don hoard for the district, and no j iotic has come t.o him about an ox ! imination having been ordered. ] There are so many active and po~ ential candidates for the office that ! t would be almost an impossibility | o undertake to name them. It is •ertain that some of them would be miitted, unintentionally'. Some esti nates have placed the figure as high is 25. There ate pel haps Half a dozen , ‘-ho are very active in pursuit of the ppoinlment. Some are understood to : hink that t hey have the Inside track j and will be appointed. Congressman Harold D. Cooley* has veen besieged ever since his alection >y aspirants for the office. But pre sent indications are that it will be •ossibly two months before the new •v>~t master is selected, and in the meantime Mr. Wright will continue to uncGon in the office. !AS. L. STRUM DIES A! IHE AGE OF 81 111 18 Months and In County Hospital Year, Hav ing Died There l Following funeral services at the .rave at 3:30 o’clock this- afternoon. Fames Leonard Strum was busied u the Nutbush church at 1'0v,,. .... lev. J u . KcmiilOl). Presbyterian pastor of Townsville, A’as in charge of the services. Mr. Strum, who was 81 years old. 'led at tFie Vance county Fiospitcl at ' 30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon after m illness of IS months and after be i.-g a patient at tin* hospital'for about ' year. He was horn March 22, 1833 n Mecklenburg county, Virginia, but uid lived in this county about 20 I ears. He was a retired farmer. Mr. Strum is survived by one son. Valter Philip Strum, of Stovall. *? ont e 1. one hrothor. Toni Strum, of Vance county, and an only sister. Mrs. leorge Twisdalc. of Townsville. His -.vife died in 1001. or 30 vears ago BOY SCOUTS GIVEN BADGES As CuORTj E. H, Dixon Presides; Prof. Powell Was Presented As Scoutmaster At Ihe meeting- of the Honor Court for Boy .Scouts in Henderson, badges were presented to a number of scouts, 'dv incing them in rank or for some morn they had achieved. E. F Dixon presided in the ab sence of Rev. J W. Hughes. R. G. S. Davis, presented tender foot badges to C. B. Fuller, H. fe. Parrott, Reynolds Smith, all in Troop SO. Merit badges were given \o Stan ley Norwich, troop 30, for music, per sonal health, .and to Herbert Craw ford, troop 36 for soil management, aviation, hog and pork production, by H. G. Kittrell. t roop 31 put on a very interesting program forth court, and presented their scoutmaster. Prof. Powell TWO REALTY PAPERS, ARE FILED TUESDAY lvvo teal estate papers were filed lor record Tuesday at the office of the register of deeds. T H. CViidup and wife sold to j I ‘chard Buchan for $lO and other 17 lving along th* Seaboard Aii T.iiie railroad north of the city. •I. P. Ayaeiie and wife Hold to E. T. i’honipsor and wife 32 3-4 acre* on the old Milford road and lying lb both Vance and Warren counties. -• • Henderson Daily Dispatch Warning Os Fireworks From Chief Life and Property At Stake in Careless Shooting, Ldngston Warns A warning of the dangers sos in discriminate shooting of fireworks in the city and of the intention of the police to make arrests where it is done, especially* in the business sec tion. was sounded today by Chief of Police J. H. Dang a ton. Dife and prop erty might, be at stake through care lessness of this kind through injuries n> persons and the possible starting of .ires, the chief said. While it is a violation ul ihe law to explode fireworks in toe city, and while the police will endeavor to mak ariesta wherever they* can determine definitely that tin 1 law D being violat ed, special efforts will be cone mitral- j ed on the shopping section of Gar I nett street, it was explained, as a protection to crowds that will be on ! hand there from this time on to the Christmas holiday' itself. Chief tiHiigslon oiled the instance of a child who put a firecracker in a Dottle, set the bottle on the stov. and then lighled hte fuse. The explosion that followed shattered glass all over the room, and probably the only’- thing that saved a smaller child In the room from serious injury was that, its back was turned at. the time. Di c-Ai »#/« •!!* S.SKifCI »J% j the city authorities in the interest of the public safety, and those in- ; dined to shoot fireworks ate remind- I ed by the officers that they" are mak- j ing themselves liable to arrest and prosecution for violation of the city 1 ordinance. Ixtuves Hospital. TV. TV. Crews, who was injured in I an automobile accident about a week ago. has been discharged from Maiia ' Parham hospital to his home in Ox ford. COME SEE THE TIRE THAT’S ; THE TALK OF AMERICAI sensational new “G-.V* Goodyear All-Weather. The word's out — spread by “G-.V 1 users that it’s even belter than we advertise. J They say ‘,‘43% more non-skid mileage” is too They say f Its greater Center Traction grips so much better—stops cars so jy! s' l much quicker—there’s no comparison with other tires. All of * XJTs which is sweet music—and makes our sales zoom! Take a few jm i ~11 I « Ji) A E A!! Jf A.«• L n'J I Re- dcjrllHi SPEEDWAY I / )i°."Vdovb c lbl Tread - More Center m 1. IIKi Tough thick Center Traction 1 j Wm service tube— | Traction (16% more 11“ Gel GliH? Tread. Built with SupertwivSt 1 l w ith black rubber i non * skid blocks). O jMSiaill 1W Cord. Full Oversize. Lifetime 11 4Mg .• that ’ s thicker - 1 Heavier Tougher O • g ua tantee« 1 i tou ft**« r , on the 8 Tread. Supertwist service ' ' 1 v iU nt Sidt Tct P iT 8 Cord Body and 43% casings and add i thousands of ex- VPJV tra miles to them. IleiMlQYSOll T UIICSIIIIMMM CO- Come in and li l DISTRIRIITOR S _, US show y o U IRIBU roR S~ Phones 408 and 409 what we can do. i ... c These Dealers Are Keacl 5 to Furnish You With Your Tire Equipment. S Auibert s Service Station- Central Service Station - Gateway Service Station Hester Motors. . " a—„ I KING WINTER AGAIN ENVELOPS NIAGARA FALLS vuig Winter envelops Niagara i Mis In its first coat of ice this i POST OFFICE RUSH IS DDE NEXT WEEK Organization Prepares To Handle Christmas Bus iness Rapidly Preparations arc being id ad e at the Henderson post office for the hand ling of the holiday business, which is expected to be reflected first in transactions beginning next veek, ac cording to Postmaster C. P. Wright, who said today every effort would -be made, as usual, to give the patrons j winter. Plioto shows the Ametri can fall# with Goat Inland ijj th« i of the office the best and promptest j set vice possible. 1 i The extreme void of the past two j j days tended to slow down business ’ ; not only at the post office, bet else-J j where in the city among trie meroh j ants, and the return of warmer tern- ] j peratures today was welcomed on all j j- sides. Polks ‘‘getting voa-*> . . -..-hv-s aia.-. i still have the l.»ulk of their shopping to do, and the pressure of (ha . ne j cessitv will bring them out freq,uent!y from this time on, so that a picking up of business will be felt. i So far as the post office is concern- I ed. it is ex pec. trie that the mailing of ! Christinas gifts will be started a the first of the week and will be con- ' tinned at an every increasing volume until well on towar dt.he end of the week. The incoming volume o' mail will not reach its peak much before j Friday and Saturday .it is beliived. \ 1 : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1934 | foreground. Jack l<Tost cam® ! earlier tiiau usual this year. HENDERSON LADY'S MOTHER PASSES ON 1 ’ j Mrs. Ella Watson, 67-year-old resi dent of Jalong, near Roxboro, died | Thursday at 7:00 p. m. following an ! illness of a few' days with heart trott He. She liad been in declining health i Jcr abour ••<-> y.-.u. i'-ac -s survived l y iw'o sous, D. TV. Gingen. of Wash j ington. D. C.. and A. O. Turner, of Danville, Va.; three daughters. Mrs. ‘ T,. T. Clayton, of Washington. D. C.. j Mrs. J. T. Paul, of Henderson, and j Mrs. Bud Carver of Jalong, with | whom she made her home. She had j thirteen grandchildren; two sisters, ! Mrs. Mollie Beaver, of Greene coun ty, and Mrs. Vaanner Tin gen, of Stovall. jThe funeral services were held at 4£long Baptist -church Saturday aft j ernoon 2:00 o'clock with her pastor, s Rev. J. C. McGregor, in charge. PUBLIC URGED TO ; BUY THEIR SEALS Little Health Stickers Are on Sale Under Club’s Auspices Members of the Junior Woman’s Club, who are sponsoring this year’s ; sale of (Jnristmas tuberculosis seals, urge the public to buy as liberally as possible it the seals so as to aid the cause of the fight against the Great White Plague The little health stickers arc on sale at various places in the city, and any mm her of the club is in position to supp’y the needs of the put)-ic. A total of 40,000 of the stickers have been sent, here, and they sell for on* cent each. If all of them are disposed of, it will mean proceeds of $-100. Part of the money will be kept her to aid in the fight on tuberculosis ana I to help tuberculosis patients, while a portion will be forwarded to the State and national organization. BURY MRS. D. N. SILLS IN CASTALIA TODAY Mrs. D. N. Sills, 80, the aunt of Mrs, c. w. Adams, D. a Bryan, J. H. Bryan, Mrs. E. Wl Adcock and It. C. Bryan, who passed away at the home of her son in Winston-SaPm Oiu sday morning after being in feeble health for sometime, was iburied this afternoon at 2 o’clock at Castalia. Members or the family here attended the last rites. Mis. Sills was the widow of the late Dr. Sills. Empty Your Gall Bladder You’ll Feel Like a Billion Dollar* Sleepless nights, ilog-tirut days, headachQB —• indigestion—gas. l)o you suffer Irom one or alt? Get at the unsuspected cause — your gal! bladder. 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