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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES s >(*\\ SCENE. CHINESE VILLAGE. [h , irt h moves in a white trance, to tlio soft secrets of the sonw. tti<' lane the camels stalk. n,. r packs white-laden, ,', u in- the gentle crunch ( > f padded prints ( .." inV il into purity like 'marble. Hum'' 11 feet have stippled paths Frol n door to door ,vs houses moulded whitely, < M ,.u over clay; . t ,,1 Hie tiny tracks of children it lie t lie mounded well. p,,wn from the heights of willows Iwhite streamers hang encrusted iHei the soundless fields where grew the cane: v I the red-walled temple ■p,, dark pines are stuny to frag ranee r lcl white burden of beauty. Margaret Mackprang Mackay. ( hoir Rehearsal 11,, reuulat rehearsal of the choir , Hi,' First I’.apt Ist church will be in the ebureh this evening at ■■a o'cloeh. it was announced today. »*** * * * \|rs. Wheeler Has I ler Bridge Club ** * * r . ,i ll Wheeler was hostess at tables ot bridge at the regular w , .kl> meeting of the Bridge Lunch ,,un nut* Wednesday morning at 11 «..<•!<>ck in the West Etui Country Club Lee Averett was winner of score for the meeting. Mr.-. J. W. Cooper was named chair tu.n for the next quarter for the club Tin chi > suspended its meeting un .ji a ftcr the Easter season. Mi- Wheeler served her guests a delicious luncheon plate. ******** Miss Brown Bride ()t Janies K. Webb * * * * !’!)*• following announeoim'nl was nuele today: "Mrs. W. F. Brown announces the marriage of her daughter, Ma rgueritc to .lames E. Webb V,■ i .I• i\ Fein nary, the eighteenth nineteen hundred and thirty-five Loui-burg. North Carolina." I'hr couple are making their home • lit? Ctiroliua avenue. Sir .John Simon. Britain’s Secretary ,• state for Foreign Affairs, horn 62 ; i-:,t ~ ago. PHOTOPLAYS Stevenson TIIUATKK "I‘EREECT SOUND” I.AST TIMES TODAY W ■ ' ' \ Forsaking j All Others ii* a r ■ * CHARLES . . . BILLIE ... ' BUTTERV.'ORTH .... SURKS / run- \ (/,•.:/lit; TRANCES . . ROSALIND . . fl-ivn j ....DRAKE .. . . BVSSEU V •*., ,■ M / Added Comedy: Simple" " s " il/rriiied Mm* Beautiful” in Teehitirolor * •‘snitrrmvguests ar«*: Mrs. K. W. • *i\nn iii(l .Miss Mary McEhvee. Moon Theatre TODAY ONLY 'iM> Wane—Charles Kttirreft —in "I III; SILVER STREAK” Also Serial "I ML oe TilE WILD” Novelty Llinission lie and life fsTEVENSON Friday Maxine’s / SOCIETY NEWS TELE! HONE t.lO B „ j , , • I l| g It [t It Bill! II HOURS 9A.M.TO 12 NOON "I Don’t Care” Girls Beltevr U or not, these young women don’t rare whether they get fat Helieving diHiug ‘longeron ami that damp nature Gin’r bp cont.ro verted, they’ve formed a Fat. Ladies' Club a< Judson College, Marten, Ala., and taken oath not to forego any foods they like, fattening or not. Prom row (I. to r. > Elizabeth Ken. Knoxville, Tenn.; Shirlev Crush. Beverly. Mass.; Emily Blackwell. Live Oak, Fla.; Adelaide Jones, Bayou Batre, Ala. Hack (I, to r.) Dorothy Harrow, Havton. O.: Ellen Milling, Mobile, Ala.; Margaret West, Live Oak, Fla. 'Central pr*g§) tYilliumsboro Club In Meeting Friday * * * * The Home Demonstration Club of Villiam.-l'oro met Friday, the 22th at lie home of Mrs. Herbert Boyd. The -uibjpr; was clothing and the demon stration cf fitting. The opening exercise were presided iver by Mbs Kate Bullock, president. • 'he following leaders were appointee: Food and nutiition. Miss Virginia .ongmirc; clothing, Mrs. Elbert Wil on; home furnishing, Mrs. Frank Frazier; home management, Mrs. Zeb hark; home beautification, Mrs. John 'Jules; gardens. Mrs. Herbert Boyd; ionic dairy. Mrs. Garnett Sutterwhitc. I’he following committees were also mined: Recreation, Miss Evelyn T.ong mile and markets, Mrs. N. G. Knott. The meeting was then turned over the program chairman. Miss Evelyn Longmire who presented a most impressive and appropriate pro gram, it being Washington’s birthday. Those taking part on the program were: Mrs. Elbert Wilson, who gave a sketch on Washington’s life. Mrs. Zeb Clark in her charming manner gave a recitation. This was followed by “Washington’s Rules of Conduct.” ’•end by Miss Kate Bullock. Miss Norma Longmiie gave a reading, “The Birthday of Washington.” Sev eral patriotic songs were sung by the club. The club adjourned to meet again at Mrs. Boyd’s March 22.—Reported. ******** WilEb Si#c .%a« It Has Tonsils Removed. Donald Seifert had his tonsils re moved at McPherson hospital, Dur ham. yesterday and was reported to ;c doing very nicely today. *4- * * Mrs. llart Improving. Mrs. L. D. Hart, of route 1. Hender son. who underwent an operation at Maria Parham hospital several days ago. was said to he improving today. Mrs. Bryan Improving. Mrs. H. B. Bryan, formerly Miss Annette St urges, who has been ill at McPherson hospital, Durham, for sev •unl weeks, was .-aid to continue to improve today. * * * * Continues to Improve. A. E. Flynn continues to improve, and was said to !>o gaining strength, nft'*r a critical illness with pneumonia at his home on Young avenue. * * * Mayor W ilkins Out. Mayor Irvine R Watkins was able to he out again today, after having boon confined to his home with an attack of influenza. * :3s Discharged. Mrs. W. J. Fort and small son have been discharged from Maria Parham hospital. * ■ * * 111 At Residence Miss Mary Simms Tyler, who has When Ch singe of Life Conies "I have used Caidui during the change of life and found it just rigid in my case,” writes Mrs. Debic Ep person, of Flat Lick. Kv. “I was very nervous. I couM not rest at night. My friends recommended Caidui. and I started taking it. I obtained splendid results. Kept taking Cardue and am in good health.” To improve nourishment, there i> helping to overcome nervousness am painful symptoms during change o life, try Cardui . . Thousands o women testify Cardui benefit them. If it docs not benefit Y consult a physician. FEWER COLDSW ''••on ill for several days at her home on the Dabney road, shows very little , improvement, it was reported today. ** * * leaves Hospital. . Mrs. Lillian King was discharged to her home in South Henderson today ' from Maria Parham hospital, where ”he has been taking treatment. ** + * Discharged from Hospital. I Mrs. J. T. Bell, of Littleton, who ■ has been taking treatment at Maria Parham hospital, has been discharged i to her home. •** * * : Improving * W. R. Lanier, who has been seri i ously ill at his home in the city, was : reported somewhat improved today .]* * * * * , Admitted for Treatment. ; William Knight, of North Ilender . son. has been admitted to Maria Par ■ ham hospital for treatment. i ; ******** State Hospitals To Get Increase (Co»!iniie« from rage One.) : was quite apparent that she was nw’ - I ing no theatrical effort, she pleaded with the committee for more ade quate care for the inmates of State mental institutions. She told of days utterly cold, when there was no iieat •it the Morganton institution, of in- ! I ufficient food, poor living quarters, j | and how the State’s charges were ! | herded “like cattle.” “Nurses at Mor-I anion.” said Miss Daves, “are paid | '2l per month, work 15 hours pet day, ■ and are required to eat with the in mates.” She added that each nurse was required to attend from 35 to 40 mental cases. Miss uaves made the trip to Aaleigh , independently of the hospital where he is employed. “Employees of the i hospital, including the nurses, made •ip a purse to defray my expenses to ’la 1 igh.” sh said. Tl committee room iVas perfectly quiet save for her voice as Miss Daves presented her case. Members of the committee let cigars become dank lolls of tobacco in their hands and cig jaret.t--.-s burned, without being placed in mouths, until they scorched tense ! fingers. Immediately following Miss Daves I was Representative Hatcher, of Mor- F,anion, who told the committee that what they had been told was the “ut ter truth,” and that nurses of the ho-pital were permitted to have no i social life. He intimated, but did not | flatly say so, that all is not. well with :he administration of the Morganton ihospitel Miss Daves had made sim- I ilar inf ima‘ ions. The very fact that the s2l a month nurse had come to appear wit! out the Licit approval of : Dr. McCampbell. superintendent of | the hospital, was regarded as evidence j substantiating the intimations by Miss Daves and Representative Hat cher. The thre State hospitals with their ; ! respective requests for the next two years are as follows: Morganton. $340, i 815 and $312,030; Raleigh. $267,821 ! and $272,033; Go.dshoro, $240,702 and $203,667. The budget commission has recommended cuts in every instance its recommend dions being as fol jlows: Morganton, $307,000 and $285.- •000; Raleigh. $268,100 and $264,500: Goldsboro, $232,300 and $202,500. j Immediately before the presenta tion by Miss Daves and Representa ! tive Hatcher, the appropriations com- j . mittee had been asked to allot SIO,OOO j for highway markers commemorating ' j historical events, and the solicitors of | | superior courts and asked that their j 1 pay cuts be restored, increasing the * j salary of each solicitor from $3,800 j annually to $4,500 and restoring the ‘ * ' $750 expense account allowed before I the drastic downward revision of the | | State employees’ pay. Every member of the appropria tions committee interviewed immedi ately after the committee adjourned j announced his intention of voting to J ! more funds to the three state • j hospitals, ft was the most effective HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1935 TT L \s> j j *Ny fl : 'f T ** hearing yet held this session. Several political veterans voted Miss Davis’ speech, if it can be called that, the most dramatic presentation here in many years. New York Germans Give Hauptmann Fund $2,000 (Continued Trout r»g*» on*> .yard J. Reilly, defense attorney, could leave after the rally. “My husband as well as I have sym- I >ntby for those who suffer,” Mrs Hauptmann said. “We are sorry a grime like this has been committed, because wo oursolvr* have a child which we love. “W<‘ beg Clod that the kidnaper of ho Lindbergh baby will be found.” “A great injustice has been done," -mid Reilly. “The man wfio is guilty hould be hung, drawn and quartered. Rut that man is not Bruno Richard Hauptmann. “Somewhere in the United States -aping, at the law enforcement au thorities is the real kidnaper." Each person admitted was charged 25 cents and a box two feet square was piled almost a foot deep with contributions, some of them S2O bills. Wiley Post Says Plane Sabotaged (Continued from Page One.) oil,” Post said, referring to an inves ligation now underway in Los An geles. “I <began to suspect something wiv wrong soon after I got off the ground at Los Angeles, because the engire was hotter than it ever bad been be fore. At first I thought of an oil leak but I found later that the spewing oil was coming from the breather pipe due to over-heating.” To Complete Revenue Bill Late Friday (Continued from Page One.) declined to reveal the nature of these sections, but intimated that the chain store tax section would continue to X*. based upon the basis of square ■"eet of floor as formerly pro posed. But this time the filling sta tions will be covered under another section instead of in the same section. When the chain store tax section was proposed several weeks ago. bas ed upon a floor space basis, the chain stores here in the State opposed it •bitterly before the finance commit tees a.nd at one time succeeded in gel ling it eliminated entirely. But the committees reconsidered this action Marland Martin Pattern New Spring j Dresses, Coats, Suits / i In all the wanted shades — i Are Arriving Daily—at TEISER’S Dept. Store Come and see these values which we know will please you at mod erate prices. . I —— - —" I MARIAN MARTIN CREATES A NEW LINE Complete. Diagrammed Marian Mar tin Sew Chart Included PATTERN 9311 A little bit demure, a little hit pic- J t.uresque, and a very pleasing spring j fashion is this afternoon dress creat ed by Marian .Martin. The wide drop shoulder yoke continues in a panel to the hem—and gives youth in doing so. The soft gathers and the tiny tucks at the waist add to the feminine, wearable quality of this gown which will grace all afternoon occasions. Por wear right now it is new and right— make it in one of the melodious, color harmony prints that will embrace your own natural coloring—when coat less days arrive chooise a cape-line or bonnet brim hat—stunning! Pattern 9311 may be ordered only in si’/.es 12 14 16 IS 20 30 32 34 36 38 and 10. Size 16 requires 3 3-s yards 3>» inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stands (coins preferred) for EACH MART AN MARTIN pattern. R 0 sure to write plainly vour NAME. AD DRESS. the STYLE NUMBER and SIZE of each pattern. Send your order to Dally Dispatch Pattern Department, 232 W. !Bth St... New York. N. Y. and instructed Senator Bailey and his sub-committee to continue their work and bring in another plan. In its studies, the committee found that one large department store chain, operat ing about 23 stores within the State, had net earn’Vgs last year amounting to twice as much as the net earnings of some 250 stores in a large national grocery store chain in the State. The with in-1 he-St ate chain wanted the tax based on the number of stores instead of on the floor space or gross earn ings. But both the sub-committee and the finance committees have already decided that it would he entirely un fair to base the chain store tax on the number of stores or filling stations. The prevailing belief is that the committees will adopt the revised chain store tax section, although there is some doubt as to whether they will ! ad out the proposed new chain filling station section, ome think it wih adopt both of these sections. If the finance committees complete their consideration of the revenue bill by tonight, as they arc hoping to. they will probably hold a joint meeting with the appropriations committees tomorrow afternoon or night to com pare nctes and give the appropria tions committees an idea of how much money the revenue hill w illraise. At the present time it is conceded that the revenue hill as it now stands lacks from $2,000,000 to $3000,000 or pro viding as much revenue as the ap propriations committees want to re- Pre-Easter Clearance jgj Os Early Spring DRESSES flill Printed Crepes, Plain Fabrics, f... ItSfE Corded Crepes, Sheer Materi- f %jJrfe als for now and later— T ' Jpp s2*9B and N EV 'sf commend in the appropriations bill. It is not believed that the finance committees will make any further ef lort to increase the revenue now in sight from the revenue efll, but will let it stand as providing all the re venue they think they can find, It is generally conceded, that ef forts will be made on the floor of the House to get as much as possible of the McDonald-Lumpkin tax plans adopted, in an effort to increase the revenue from the bill several million dollars more. If these efforts fail, it is expected that an effort will then be made to divert as much as is need ed from the highway fund to maki up the difference. While some members of the appro priations committees favor slicing the appropriations bill down so that it will balance with the revenue bill, a good many members of the committees are understood to be in favor of standing pat on the bill, even if It. Is several million dollars in excess of the re venue bill. If this Is done, it will then be up to the House and Senate to make adjustments so that it will then he necessary for the governor and Budget Advisory Commission to reduce the appropriations to balance with the revenue, regardless of how much has been appropriated. 1933 Constitutional guarantees su spended in Germany. I 1%-PENALTY-1% I I Will be added to all 1934 I I CITY TAXES I That remain unpaid after I Friday, March 1 I Li case pay-up at unco and not make ii nocosary for you to bo assessed with ex tra penalty. I S. B. BUR WELL, I City Clerk and Tax Collector PAGE FIVE CHURCH SOCIETIES ANNOUNCEMENTS 1817—James S. Green. Missouri law yer, congressman and U. S. Senator, horn in Farquier Co. Va. Died Jan. 19. 1870. Easy Pleasant Way To Lose Fat How would you like to lose 15 pounds of fat in a month and at the same time increase, your energy and improve your health? How would you like to lose your double chin and yotii too prominent abdomen and at the same time make your skin so clean and clear that it will compel admiration? Get on the scales tod tty and see how much you weigh -then get an 85 cent bottle of Kruschen Salts which will last you four weeks. Take one half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water every morning and when you have, finished the contents of this first bot tle weigh yourself again. After that you’ll want to walk around and say to your friends. “A quarter pound jar of Kruschen Salts is worth one hundred dollars of any fat person’s money.” Leading druggists America over sell Kruschen Stilts You can always get it at Parker’s Drug Store. Adv.