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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES SPRING. o. in your gorgeous lobes, p, 'pitiful :IS y°» are > I cannot bear «. t*c so near you. j l„ved you once before T understood il,,w erni’l you are, You yuvo me light, and joy and love, I j.,.ve:iled in you. I worked with you, sang, laughed ■uni loved. You - ‘vo me strength and understand purity of heart and soul—you wont. I'hon when you came again I had been Wounded, deep cut and bruised, p j [ was lonely, you took her from V,. you said no word of consolation. Yuj’she aws every thing to me, Spriuy o' your gorgeous robes. Sloop low. forget your power, forgive y, jf | rouse you pain, t otue near enough that I may touch your garment p,,rgivinu. loving, trusting each other .. in fin it ely. • 'i\r again. . I.ueile Oakes Sparger, Mount Airy. Inking Refrigerator Course pnij,' Mixon, of Loughlin-Goodwyn. j. jn Richmond. Va., taking a course in electric refrigeration at the Norge school Return from Washington Miss Thelma Kelly. Miss Ruby Day ,ud Miss Alva Crowder, of Raleigh, have returned from Washington, D. (• where they have been spending several days. Choir to Rehearse. A rehearsal <>r the choir of the First Presbyterian church will be held in the home of Mrs. J. B. Martin on (ftmiite street this evening at 7:30 o'clock, it was announced today. Choir Rehearsal The Young People's choir of the First Baptist church will hold its re hear .'ill this evening at 7:30 o'clock it: the home of Al. Wester Jr., on Young avenue, it was announced to ds' ■ Mrs. Watkins Will 1 la\ c Sorosis Club Mr \)e\ S. Watkins will entertain th** Sorosis Club Tuesday afternoon it! Ifi o’clock at her home on Row ;aiid street, it was announced today. 1 Legion Auxiliary Meeting On Friday The American Legion Auxiliary will Friday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock •vih Mrs. D. T. Dickie at her home Kpsom, it was announced today. Mrs Dickie, Mrs. H. A. Newell. Mrs. J. ,T. S. Calloway. Mrs. C. R. Baskett. Mrs, Herbert White and Mrs. Alvis Turner will be hostesses for Ihe meet- Tlt> reliabilit al ion committee will bavo charge of the program for the j ftiunion. San Souci Club in Meeting Tuesday The Sans Souci Literary Club held one of its most delightful meetings 'jf the year with Mrs. R. C. W. Rad- Ctd at her home on Jennette avenue I'uesday afternoon. An interesting program on "Early Novelists'' was arranged for study. •Mi'. Elroy Nanny gave an interest - iieeount of H; irrTel Beecher Stowe I'e discussion showed how the book. 1 r.ele Tom's Cabin,” brought such " '"lu, ionary reaction to the publi ' 'i'ui. Mrs. H. L. Candler gave a n ost attractive and comprehensive •sbeus.sion on Louisa. Mae Alcott. '"“dings from "Little Women’’ was ’' tpn ted in a delightful manner by M John Lee Wester. The entire I’t'ogram was extremely educational ■d 1 ueh discussion showed thorough knowledge of the subject. 11,1 invited guests for the meeting Mesdamcs S. B. Burwell, A. S. l,: Ue. l. c. Kerner, Henry Johnson, iwr Hicks and W. W. Parker, Jr. Radford served a delecatable !’ te with cakes and unique mint Catching Cold ? * vicks nose DROPS Jj in preventingTolds try this new FOOT REMEDY " ' 1 • h.He and Makes Feet Feel Flit*’ 'not offerers gather round: get ' ' "I 1 close and listen. Here’s good 1 ‘ " for vou. 111 "m! "Corn Killer” is here at Mint, the New Discovery is u 't to quickly end foot misery. "I corns, soft corns, or corns be 'he foes, also toughened eal ' 1 j'lsi shrivel up and lift off " wonderful. There is no oreness when applying Ice ui afterwards, and it doesn’t 11 irritate the skin. 1 Binu of jf; just a touch or two of '■ooling, soothing Ice-Mint, and " - ' 1 f ' ,ot joy is yours. Mint prevents foot-odors and h them sweet and comfortable. It f ' " ~!Hl secret for fine, healthy 1,1(1 hceps you free from foot f( 11 ' l( ’- s - Hvery person who has suf lf",'l w '"' stubborn corns or tender '" l appreciate the cooling, sooth- 'omfort that it brings; especially " 11 who wear high heeled shoes, n men who have to stand all day v .‘ Try it. Get a few cents t 11 1 <lf Ice-AJint from your druggist m and give youi- poor, tired, suffer I f eet tiie treat of their 'here is nothing better. —Adv. / SOCIETY NEWS > telephone 610 B , « , , ana,, 1 0 a a a a a ■ hours 9a.m.to 12 noon Tuesday Club In Meeting Yesterday The Woman’s Tuesday Club had a most delightful meeting at the homo of Mrs. S. T. Peace Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with the program com mittee as joint hostesses. Mrs. J. T. Alderman, referee, pre sented several words commonly mis pronounced in every day speech. The program for the afternoon was on “Songs. Old and New.” A paper, “Artists in Music of To vf y i Very ln tercstingly given by Mrs. J. C. Cooper. Mrs. Kate Watkins gave ’Old Songs,” and played her own accompaniment in singing "Mary of the Glen” and “The Daughter Sit’s in the Parlor.' An old song which is still new was the "Merry Widow Waltz. This was given by Mrs. S. T. Peace, the club singing the chorus. A Blue Song, ' was interpreted by Miss Fannie Cooper, who sang “Oil The Isle of Capri.” Another blue song was a solo by Mrs. W. B. Parham who gave "When I Grow to Old to Dream.” This was followed by two duets played charmingly by Mrs. A J Davis and Mrs. M. F. Legg. Their se lections weie “Hungary Papsedie Mig nonne” and “Glow Worm.” Members and guests were then in vited into the doling room, where tea and sandwichchs were served. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. C. V. Singleton and Mrs. D. L. Can non. Members present were Mesdamcs Kate Watkins. M. F. Legg, j. o Cooper. W. B. Waddill. A. J. Davis, W. B. Parham, J. T. Alderman. R. C 5. Allen, G. A. Rose. S. T. Peace and ■J. M. Peace, hostesses for the after noon being Mrs. J. C. Cooper. Mrs. W. B. Parham. Mrs. M. F. Legg. Mrs. S. T. Peace and Mrs. J. M. Peace Hus rncumoiiiii Mrs. W. A. Rooker was reported ill with pneumonia at her home in West End. taATUWTIONS Twins Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Southerland announce the birth of twins, a son and a daughter, Wednesday. February 27, 1935, at Maria Parham hospital. Mother and children were said to be doing very nicely. Attention! Etta Kelt Paper Doll! Paste 011 Cardboard And Cut Out If You Like This Doll Write to the Editor of the Henderson Daily Dis patch—He May Publish Another •v. __ r=r> ' I I I j I <=* ta J / | *= 1 f mm J oj CHILDREN ISN’T this a dandy surprise for you? Christmas has long since passed and it is not yet time for the Eastei bunny to put in an appearance bu here’s a gift for you from Etta Ke , the sprightly young lady who amus es you and youi parents every da> m The Henderson Daily Dispatch. MARJORIE DREXEL BECOMES BRIDE Many fashionable members of the | British colonial set al Nassau, Ba hamas, attended the wedding of Marjorie Drexel, daughter of Mr. , and Mr.-. Anthony J. Drexel, Jr., ( "f Philadelphia and John M. Guu~ J Lee sßiog raphy Among New Books At Library It. E. LEE. by Dr. Douglas Southall Freeman. The third and fourth vol umes of this monumental biograpay or Lee have just been placed on the library shelves. These are the final volumes of a great American bio graphy. The New York Sun says: “Not only incomparably superior to any preceding biography of Lee, but it is one of the very 'best of all bio graphies of military men....a mag nified! and true narrative.” Those All you need do is cut out this Etta Kett doll and her two costumes, place j the costumes on the figure of Etta (bending the dotted flaps back) and, there you are—a dandy paper doll to j add to your toys. Etta is here with three costumes that are right up to the minute in style. She’s wearing a chic bathing 1 suit that’s the rage at southern HENDERSON, (N. C.j DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1935, who heard Dr. Freeman lecture at the Country Club a few weeks ago will be particularly interested in read ing this much discussed and popular nook. VICTOR BOOK OF THE SYM PHONY. byiCharles O’Connell. A gen erous compendium of the best belov ed and most often heard symphonic works. Biographical sketches of com posers are given, a chapter on or chestra instruments is illustrated with beaches. Then there’s a very hand ! some ski suit for winter sports wear. And isn’t that a pretty ddress for Etta I to wear at parties? If you are pleased with this Etta II Kett cut-out doll please droy the Editor of The Henderson Daily Dis | patch a note, saying so, and, perhaps j he'll print another Etta Kett cut-out * doll for you in the very near future. dry, Jr., of Cleveland. In th« wedding photo are two of Hit three daughters of the British , colonial governor. Sir Bede Clif ford and Lady Clifford, who wore Sower girls. photographs, and portraits of eminent conductors are included. PRIVATE WORLDS, by Phyllis Bottome. The characters of this novel are doctors and psychiatrists on the staff of a psychopathic hospital. Liv ing under the same roof, the insane with their strange fantasies and the sane with their emotional problems inwardly upsetting if outwardly con trolled, are revealed as souls alike withdrawn into their “private worlds.” FORTY MISSIONARY STORIES, by Marget W. Eggleston. A collection of stories dealing with the ever fas cinating subject of missionary valor and enterprise. The stories have their settings in well-known mission fields: China, Korea. Japan, India. Africa. Turkey, Syria. South America and parts of the United States. 250 BIBLE BIOGRAPHIES, by Frank S. Mead. The sub-title is I hum-nail sketches of the men and women of the Bible. The author sums up the deeds and character of each in a few terse sentences and for each biography the Biblical references are given. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL PRO GRESS, bv Charles H. Judd- NEW HORIZONS FOR THE CHILD, by Stan wood Cobb; OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS and several other similar books are available for those work ing on senior themes “Schools of To morrow." BEYOND THE DESERT, bv Rhode and THE TRIAL OF DANGER, by William MacLeod Rainc are two new western stories. For the younger readers there are several new books. For girls who like mystery find adventure stories there are "ISLAND ADVENTURE” Uv Adele De Beeiiw and CARMEN SIL ENT PARTNER, by Charles Kall mann. TWO IN PATCHES by Re becca Moore and FARM BOY by Phil •Stong are for children in the inter mediate grades. Mrs. Harris Returns. Mrs. A. J. Harris has returned from a conference of nurses of the Metro politan Life Insurance Co., in Char lotte. She also visited her son. Dr. C. F. Harris and Mrs. Harris in Anson villc. Sales Tax Is Written Into Revenue Bill (Continued From Page On<>.) kin withdrew their amendments to the revenue, hill which constituted their substitute plan. This means that the antis have conceded openly what thev have known all the time: that the real fight on the sales tax will take place on the floor of the House. By withdrawing their amend ments. the antis have speeded up the committee; the antis will make no more suggestions to the committee, but will now concentrate their ef forts to align House members 011 I heir side. With tlie antis plan out of the way Ihe finance body should move along at a greatly accelerated pace. The only major point to he decided by the committee is that the chain store taxation. That subject is now in the hands of a sub-committee. It is high ly probable that whatever changes are made by the sub-committee will be approved by the committee. Al most certain to be included under the chain store tax schedule are chain filling stations, now specifically ex empt from the present tax. Representatives McDonald and Lumpkin emphasize their contention that they have by no means abandon ed the fight against re-enactment of the sales tax. The scene of battle merely been transferred to the floor of the legislature. McDonald has re cently expressed renewed confidence in the anti’s ability to remove the tax when the revenue bill reaches the low er house. Observers, however, are sticking to their original prediction that the sales tax will be re-enacted. There will be a fight, that much is certain, but the chances of success for the antis do not. seem particularly bright. It is not believed that there has been any considerable shift in legisla tive sentiment concerning the sales tax, although tire antis claim several “converts.” It is true that many sales tax opponents are keeping quiet, but there is considerable doubt that there are enough of them to change the re sult. Gold Decision Was Puzzle to Experts (Oootiuued trnrn Pune (»»e.j "a week or more” to "digest” what was said from tire bench. An ordinary person, then, need feel no humiliation at having occasion to continue wondering for some time, what the final effect or the august tri'bunal’s majority verdict will be. DEVALUATION What devoluation means is this: Reckoning in old-fashioned figures, sl. formerly worth 100 cents' worth of gold, now is worth only 59.6 cents’ worth of gold. There arc other ways of expressing it, but that is the sim plest. But many contracts call for settle ment of obligations in old-time 100- cent dollars. They total approximate ly 100 billions —no trifle. Some of these are private contracts, but some are U. S. government bonds. The Supreme Court unceremonious ly invalidates the gold clause in pri vate bargains. It does so on the ground that Congress is constitution ally empowered to re*** ate the na tional money, and no private indi- CgggN (0U C H S —------- ■■.-■ - —— Marland Martin Pattern ' 'Liio3lo - ' •dual is entitled, by a subterfuge, to [qulify this congressional right. Gov ernmcntally issued .gold bonds arc in 1 a different class. MONEY LENDER’S RISK The distinction is understandable. 1 A private money lender take. ■> considerable liberty when he under take- vo describe a. sort of money of his own But for Congress (the roue.iy j fixing authority) to borrow cash, j agreeing to repay it thus-and-so, and then to modify its agreement, strikes the Supreme Court as unfair. “Yet, “what,” in effect asks the 1 supreme bench, “will the bondholders I Jo about it?” Uncle Sam cannot be sued, except ‘ by his own consent. If he does consent, he van be sued ' in the U. S. Court of Claims. Suppose, j however, that the claimant gets a 1 judgment ?—he cannot collect unless I Congress votes an appropriation ac cordingly. Travel Bargains Tickets On Sale Daily From Henderson Round Trip Oiic-Way One-Way Unrestricted I" Coach Unrestricted 15-Day 6-Monlhs Columbia, S. C $ 3.70 % 7.40 $ 9.90 $12.35 Savannah, Ga 5.82 11.63 15.50 19.40 Jacksonville, Fla. 8.39 16.77 22.40 27.95 West Palm Beach, Fla 12.88 25.75 31 35 12.95 Miami. Fla 13.88 27.75 37.00 46.25 Tampa, Fla 11.56 23.10 30.85 38.50 St.. Petersburg, Fla. 11.91 23.82 31.80 39.70 Athens, Ga 5.90 11.80 15.75 19.70 Atlanta, Ga 7.00 13.99 18.65 23.35 Chattanooga, Term 7.93 15.85 21.15 26.45 Nashville, Tenn 10.22 19.46 25.95 32.45 Birmingham, Ala 9.50 18.99 25.35 31.65 Memphis, Tenn 12.32 24.63 32.85 41.05 Portsmouth-Norfolk, Va 1.97 3.94 5.25 6.60 Richmond, Va 1.71 3.12 4.60 5.70 Washington, D .C 4.27 6.92 9.25 11.55 Baltimore, Md 5.71 8.36 12.13 14.43 Philadelphia, Pa 9.17 11.82 19.05 21.35 New York, N. Y 12.11 15.06 25.5? 27.83 Similar Low Tares To Other Points Lei it:-: explain Air-Conditioned equipment on Seaboard Trains— An exclusive feature. Ship Your Auto By Train Costs only’ one additional ticket when two people travel using unrestricted fares. For further information see v'our local Ticket Agent or write H. E. Pleasants, D. P. A., 505 Odd Fellows Building Raleigh, N. C SEABOARD Air Line Railway The only completely air-conditioned trains in the South m PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING BUCKHORN WATER I 1b Sterilized Bottles. A Mineial Product of Nature A Light Pleasant Tasting Water Has Gi . en Satisfaction for Over 25 Years ■ Delivered any vhere in Henderson, Fresh every Saturday 20c per gallon in half gallon bottle*; and 5 gallon demijohn* m Analyzed Every Thirty Days Order Direct from Page-Hocutt Drug Company W. L. NEWBY, Salesman Bullock, N. C. PAGE FIVE CHURCH SOCIETIES ANNOUNCEMENTS MARIAN MARTIN’S “MAGIC” HOUSE FROCK Complete, Diagrammed Marian Mar tin Sew Chart Included PATTER.. 9310 Take a peep at this delightful home frock, with its big. bright buttons strategically placed for giving chic then look at the sketch of the gar ment spread open. Cut it out, and it almost f’nishes itself like magic—put it on. -vd it changes your appearance in the same surprising way! It’s vast ly becoming, this simple frock with the easy l;nes, and a good, quick be ginning to your new supply of house dresses. There are crinkly cottons which look like plai'i ginghams. Try a colorful one for this—contrast the yoke and sleeves if you wish. Pattern 9310 may ho ordered only in sizes 14 16 18 20 32 3t 36 38 4.0 12 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 3 1-2 yards 36 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins or stands (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. B e sure to write plainly your NAME. AD DRESS. the STYLE NUMBER and SIZE of each pattern. Send your order to Daily Dispatch Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York. N. Y. Prohibition Is Un certain In Alabama (C ootinned from Page One.) boxes reported out of 2.156 in the State. gav*> modification 77.661 votes, to 71.178 against, a majority of 6,438 in favor of a change. On the second question submitted, legalization of wines and beer, the majority was greater for a change. The smallest lead in favor of modi fication was on the third proposition, the legislation of the sale of hard li quor. The vote was 76,329 for and 71.047 against. You MISERABLE? Tcnn., said : “I was awfully weak and worn-out, hardly slept at all, had frequent headaches, and had hardy enough strength to do mv work about the house. I used Dr. Pierre’s ’Favorite J’rc siription and it built me up so that I felt like a new woman in every way. I regained my strength and slept soundly at night.” New sue, tablets 50 cts., liquid SI.OO. Large size, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. All druggists.