Christmas will .soon he licit*
Santa flails and his reindeer
I'own the chimney he will COIIM'
At every body’s home.
lie will make you happy and g.-iy
On Christinas Day.
He will make some very glad
Instead of making them sad.
He will leave them lots of joys
And bring them Christmas toys.
Hr will bring lots of good things i..
lie knows no child will be heat.
The children ought to he asleep
So he knows no one will peep.
When he conies around
Snow may be on the ground
Nixt Friday we arc going t<> get out
And 1 know they will shout.
On Christmas will have lots of fun
Skip and shout and jump and run.
We will al be so glad
No onew ill be so sad.
Having a merry time
A reading a Christmas hymn.
Wftcri you get up and set*
What you have around the tree.
All the toys will bo in a row
One for Mary. Ruth and Joe.
Allw ill have lots of joys
IMaving with their pretty toys.
You will go around and play
For you know this is Christ's 1 nth
The church bells all will ring
And all th< children will . ing.
Being as happy as can be
Singing around the Christmas lice J
•'When it strikes twelve.” the old '
Its time for Santa to come with hi
Santa Claus will comow ith h.- park
With lots of play things on his b u i
1 4f*t s all give lots of joys
T( all little girls oi boy.-.
Lets mll praise and clu-ei
With a Merry Chri.-lui
Happy New Year
MARY BELLE HEKSIPIAN
Mr. Sturges Here.
Cliarles P. Sturges, stmb :
the Episcopal Theologii.il
Cambridge. Mass., anivod t.».i-. t<
Spend the holidays with h:s i n* ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sturges
Important Rehear sal.
An important rehearsal <u t...
of the First M. TV Chinch v.
held in the church this even
7 o'clock, it was slated today, '.tern
bers wore requested to note th
change in the time of meeting.
Cadet Hughes Herr
Cadet John M. Hughes. Jr. * '
Citadel. Charleston. S. ('
rived in the city to spend i
mas holidays with his pm
and Mrs. J. M. Hughes. <
.. . Jv«l a few
drop* up each »• .
CIfARS HEAD QUICKLY '**Siv
m .fjf ;■*':•>/ Shier and ringless, ns 3? Me "' s milial ,MU,dker * if
5 1% / / naienng as sin. Even- t*
7Z, Al I ■? / kerchiefs with colored 4T
« 1 I ;i: shades too. All first S, , f rt / ffe if'X *
nr IB ! 1 borders tor men ana \ \ a\ *j£
ZZi Bw : -j\ <i*sss> ; X ..'
i f1; m 63c t 0 $1.35 0, Exfll,isite and dainty Xilr 1
]L2 \ "4# handkerchiefs tor ladies. ftL
%, H <v Xjr Sf;
| w CROATS and DRESSES |
jr A gift of comfort and delight throughout the whole season. Coats below cost. jgi
jr Sizes for ladies’ and children. Dinner and Evening dress as well as day dresses
« . ..
V m , /. j, v Occasional tables, in S
6 ' ?H> 1 UgS ° C ° <)n walnut and mahogany
J “ ( Orientals and Au- g finishes, at ... $1.98 J »
Sr ImMim bussons”. Rag rugs,
# Card tables, with cover- jL 5
-®3 xvors ted rugs, and ££ e d wO , tops, sturdy /HIV W
ft: Mmmsmkmsaoaf Hooked rugs sK and handsome .1
ft: * W
2j Everything in Ladies’ Underwear and Negligees. ||
I E. G. Davis & Sons Company f
H » If
Spending Holidays Here.
I >oiiglas Pierponl, a student al
j' 1 mpden Sidney College, is spending
he f-iri (.mas holidays at his borne
j u i Ih c* <•i Iy.
Choir to Rehearse.
I h‘: choir of the First Baptist
1 ' 11 1' *l l will rehearse this evening ar
* ">n oh lock in the church, it was an
At Oxford Wedding.
;|| 'd Mrs. James 11. Brodie and
m d Mrs. its wood B. Ourwell,
Bimini the Wal kiiys-Taylor wedding
n Oxford last evening.
'O' I iileiniediale Department of
n* FnM ,Yl. E. Sunday school will
!'*• a onia| in the church this even
'g at YVO o’clock, it was announced
oday All members were urged to be
Hero for (iiristnuis.
S (> Spruill, Jr., a. senior at State
"ill ge Raleigh and Roger Spruill,
■ ike Forest College student, ain
i'enduig the holidays at their homo
a the city.
i*rcsi)\ terians To
Gi\ c Play Sunday
"Why The Chimes Rang,’ a Clirist
un play, will be presented Sunday
veiling at 7:30 o’clock by the mens
' I of the First Presbyterian Sun
iy sclux'l. It was to be given in pan
■'"'in*; and part dramatization. Jen-
Tow and Miss Elizabeth Laws are
'in 1 *ading characters,
in public is cordially invited to
I lend this service, and join in the
"nistnias joy service.
For Miss Stories
William Horner entertain: d at
1 !g. luncheon Thursday honor
' Annette Sturges, bride-elect.
Mis S J. Finch, of Oxford, was
( i re. and was presented a dou
| • deck of cards.
Mi - IS;urges was presented a love
salt and pepper set.
.'* d* la ions two course luncheon was
were: Misses Annette Stur-
I ’atty Perry. Elsie Cheek, Mcs
. ; - W. K. Sturges, Guy Horner, H
T •■is.--. Jr., Alex Cooper, and L. S.
van, S. J. Finch, and J. K. Bryan,
and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, of
\liss Averett Weds
a, (x>drow Netherv
uri•■' irigo of interest in the coun
olemnizcd yesterday in Bovd-
Vn. when Miss Janie Averett
Wlfiodrow Neathery were joined
matrimony in the presence of only
w friends at the residence of Rev.
Mis Nethery is the daughter of
and Mrs. H. H. Aver-e(l of tin*
I liotii eoniniiinily.
Met her.v i. the son of A. J
■ ';■■: y of M iddlelnirg community.
TV couple will make their horn-,
HENDERSON, (N.-G.) DAILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1934
SOCIETY NE W S
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Mrs. R. G. S. Davis Hostess
Henderson Garden Club
The Henderson Garden Club held its
Christmas meeting Thursday at the
home of Mrs. R. G. S. Davis, with
twenty members present.
Mrs. Davis’ lovely home was beau
tifull.v decorated with English ivy and
holly*. The president Mrs. J. H.
Gordie, presided over a short business
meeting. Mrs. C. V. Singleton had
charge of the program. She led a
discussion of Christmas and winter
decorations for the home, and some
of the members told of the exhibition
of Christmas decorations put on by
‘he Raleigh Garden Club. After the
hostess had served tea and sandwich
es. the members displayed the differ
•n exhibits they* had brought suit
ihle to the Christmas season. Mrs.
J. C. Cooper had a carved ivory
Japanese garden, sent her by a mis-y
ionaiy. Mrs Scott Carbarn poin
<ll as and Term in a. white container,
Mrs. R. J. Corbitt a “Sugar Plum
Tree”, Mrs. C. V. Singleton a floor
vase arrangement of winter ever-
Tlie clever mother of the modern
little girl chooses her daughter’s
clothes with an eye to their comfort
as well as their youthful chic. That’s
why she’ll like this well-tailored play
frock with matching panties. And
the little girl will like it for its de
signed with lines as nice as her older
sister’s business dress—a half-belted
waistline —important buttons to trim
its front panel—and crisp collars and
cuffs that may be made in white pi
que and taken off to be washed when
ever they soil. Since dark wool mo
notones are particularly smart for
children’s clothes these cool days, why
not choose a soft wool-crepe in a bur
gundy* wineshade for this pattern?
Pattern 9258 may be ordered only
in sizes 4,6, 8, 10 and 12. Size 10
requires 1 7-8 yards 54 inch fabric
and 1-2 vard 36 inch contrasting.
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins
or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH
MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure
to write plainly ydfcfr NAME, AD
DRESS, the STYLE NUMBER and
SIZE OF each pattern.
Send .your order to Henderson Daily
Dispatch. Pattern Department, 232
W. 18th St., New York, N. Y
Girl Scouts Hold
Troop 2 of the Girl Scouts had then
regular meeting Thursday afternoon
The girls were delighted to have
i Miss Carrie Burton with them for
| the first time in quite a while. The
meeting was in charge o; Miss Edna
: Goodrich, and during which time
plans were discussed for Christmas.
.Each patret presented an original
drama following the disedssion.
The meeting closed after saying
bencfiction to meet out at the cabin
Saturday* to have a Christmas tree.
I greens, Mrs. S, T. Peace, an antique
white urn full of holly, Mrs. J. H.
j Brodie. two white cornucopias filled
I with red mandina berries, green piiv
■ and pine cones. Mrs. I. B. Watkins
; and Mrs. Alex Watkins decorated the
I console taoel in the hall with a bowl
; of holly and brass candlesticks with
j green candles. Mrs. Davis exhibited
j a white thorn tree with miniature par
lots in the branches, two Della Robia
j spray's of fruit, suitable for a dining
I room table, and on a mirror, a small
I lighted white church with miniature
I trees of boxwood laden with snow.
| The most beautiful exhibit was the
| dining room which was darkened and
| decorated in blue and silver by Mrs.
J. H. Brodie and Mrs. R. T. Up
hurch. The table was spread with a
, white Chinese embridcrod cloth and
the centerpieces was a silvered cedar
tree, lighted with blue lights rcflect
|ed in a long mirrot. Fotir miniature
| figures on skis were placed on the
mirror, which was outlined with the
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 12 NOON
delicate branches of silvered hemlock.
At each end of the table, stod com
potes rilled with bunches of silvered
grapes, and silver candlesticks with
blue candles completed the table. On
the sideboard was a bowl of silvered
legustruni, holly and spruce, flanked
by triple candlesticks. The dining
room lighted only by blue candles pre
sented a fairly-like picture. The Gard
en Club was delighted to have four
new members present: Mrs. Kate
Watkins, Mrs. Alex Cooper. Miss Kate
Furman, and Mrs. J. T. Cheatham.
Mrs. D. L. Cannon was a guest. On
leaving, the members admired Mrs.
Davis' beautifully decorated doorway
and Christmas tree, gay with Christ
Delightful l ea Is
For Miss Blaeknall
On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. W.
D. Burwell was hostess at a tea com
plimentary to Miss Bessie Blaeknall,
of Nenana, Alaska.
In the hall, living loom and dining
room, the Christmas idea was car
ried out in the decorations of holiy,
ivy. poinsettas and red candles. An
open wood fire in the living room
icnt an air of warmth and cheer to
,hc occasion, a sharp contrast to the
stormy scene outside.
The guests were invited into the
dining room for refreshments. Miss
Gucssie Bl,aoJmall poured tea and
from a dainty appointed table with a
centerpiece of poinsettas, asparagus
fern and baby’s breath, ihe hostess,
assisted by Mrs. S. B. i3 L ;rwell, Mrs.
A. S. Davis, Mrs. P. 11. Thomas and
Miss Claudia Hunter, served sand
vichcs, small cakes and candy to the
ollowing guests: Miss Bessie Black
nail. Miss Gussie Blaeknall, Mrs. S.
B. Burwell, Mrs. I. W. Hughes. Rev.
I. W. Hughes. Mrs. Claude Hunter,
Mrs. J. H. Mrs.. Alex Cooper.
Mrs. Edward Hines. Mrs. J. P. Scales.
Mrs. D. B. Kimball, Sr.. Mrs. R. E.
Clements. Mrs. W. J. Alston. Mrs.
loel T. Cheatham, Mrs. E. G. Flan
iagan, Mrs. William Horner, Mrs. P.
H. Thomas. Mrs. A. S. ( Davis. Mrs.
11. A. Newell and Misses Claudia Ilun
er, Leah Perry. Virginia Robards,
Lillian Williams and Edna O’Neil.
In Meeting Friday
The Junior American Legion Auxi
met. last Friday afternoon with
Misses Martha, Jessie a. no Mary Baity
at their home on Southall street with
the Misses Baity, Frances Furqucron
and Dorothy Cooper as joint hostesses
The meeting was called to order ";y
the president. Miss Elizabeth Jenkins
followed by America sung by the unit.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved, after which the
treasurer reported the unit having an
amount of over SSO. The welfare chair
man reported that $3-1.50 had been
given away by the juniors since last
meeting. It was decided that the unit
would take a wamily and fill stock
ings for the children and buy gro
ceries for the parents. These things
would be taken to the family for
Christmas. Elizabeth Toeplcman pre
sented a, very good Christmas pin
gram. “Silent Night” was sung by I In
unit. followed by a Christmas poem
bv Jessie Baity. A story “A Tate of
Christmas Eve” was then read try
Elizabeth Jenkins. Mrs Wester took
charge of the program and presented
the American Legion Auxiliary pen
to Elizabeth Toeplcman ’-or securing
the most members for 1535. Nita Al
len, who was absent, also won a pin
for securing the most members for
1935. Livy Harris won a pin, and was
presented it by Mrs. Wester, for sell
ing the most flags on November 10.
The hostesses then served delicious
refreshments, consisting of hot choco
late, marshmallows, candy and cook
ies with little dolls as favors, which
were taken from underneath a beau
tifully execrated Christmas tree.—Re
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and sym
pathy during the illness and death of
our husband and father. We also
thank those who sent the many lovely
M:s Robert Graham Wortham and
| OPEN |
1 SUNDAY 1
jpl Three more days
5 to do yoitr Christ- M
5??. mas shopping. 22
% We still have a 3?
gg complete stock of 22
gift goods for the 3$
H late shopper. jjjj
g Page-Hocutt jg
| Drug Co. 1
Phone 404-403. g
I Gift Headquarters 1
g? This is still the best place to get that gift. £
%, Makes no difference whether its for babv
or grandparents, we can supply just the £
right thing. £
@i. They go elsewhere to look, they come '"£
g? back here to buy. £
I WOOLAMP'S 1
The Daylight Corner £•■
Sv Drugs—Radio Phone 82 £
| Busy Santa Can Find |
! Many Last Minute Gifts |
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i ROSE’SS,io&2ScSTORE i
£ Nuts and Candies for the Christmas
£ Stockings £
& Mixed Nuts, pound 20c
gs. Brazil Nuts, pound .. . . 20c £
Delicious Doxed Chocolates, 1 pound 25c : £
Delicious Boxed Chocolates. 2 1-2 pounds -17 c £
5? Delicious Boxed Chocolates, 5 pounds l)7c "£
Old Fashioned Cream Mixture, per lb. .. 10c £
Chocolate Drops, per pound 10c £
Hard Candy Mixture, per pound 15c,
Books and Games are always 1 A t to
g? delightful gifts for kiddies IvC wDC
| - -5»
S Lillie (Airis I jive Big Families of Dolls £
(w Remember the Quintuplets - Dolls Isom IPcup to p ( Sc
You never go wrong in giving handkerchiefs. There is: £
Ch still a nice variety to choose T !u 1A each £
from at prices 2 for lUC £
a? Also, Radies’ boxed 1 landkcrchiefs £
120 c, 25c, 35c I
I _ §
Boys’ and Men Can’t Have Too Many £
Ties—Look at These Values!
g?. Ties in boxes 20c and 25c £
g?. ; Loose Ties, good quality 10c to 40c each £
£ For Ladies and Girls, This is Pleasing £?
I £i. Woodbury’s Toilet Set—at * 50c £
£ For Men—Williams Shaving set, at 50c £
55 i &
£ Lovely new pictures and • OJ* to (jM AA : £
£ mirrors just arrived
S? - , - S
£ Here’s the Gift of all Gifts *£
That everyday Luxury—Full Fashioned Hose
g? % lor Ladies—All Silk—pair £
5 48c, 59c, 69c , |
I A Merry Christmas |
I For All "%
gs : £
g?, • Can Be Bought At £
g?. “Henderson’s M >st Popular Store ” £
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