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Scout Officials Hear Os Recreation Center Plans Will Be Developed Near Raleigh With Government Finance* for All This Section; Plans Discussed for Scout Jamboree in Washington August 20-31 A project for development of a great recreational center in which Boy •Scouts will share, and which is to he financed by the government, on some thousands of acres in Wake county, was outlined to the executive board of Occoneechee Council of Boy Scouts of America at its monthly meeting for May held here last night in 11 jo Presbyterian church. It was a dinner meeting, and was attended by IH men. representing nearly all of the Scout units in the district. Dr. ,1. V'. Hofmann, forester of State College, Raleigh, went into detail in discussing and outlining plans of the government for the development of the recreational center, which will be an outgrowth of government acquisi tion of possibly 12.000 to 10.0(10 acres of sii l marginal land in Wake county to the west of Raleigh. The project has already been a.p proved and options are now being ob tained on the acreage in the site. Dr. Hofmann said. The project as yet is in only the formative stage, but is assured, and will be developed witn the idea of serving scores of thous ands of people in the section. The meeting also heard of plans for the great Boy Scout jamboree to be held in Washington August 20-31. This was told of by Claude Humphreys, of Durham. Scout executive of Occonee chee council. He said that of the 54 Scouts allotted to he sent from the district. 13 had already 'been selected and tlieii registration fee of $25 each had been forwarded to the New York office The group expected the re maining eleven hoys would he cer tified in Ihe next few weeks. The deadline i- June I Plans for the jamboree call for a (hire-day encampment of boys from the area who will attend, this to be held at a camp vet to he designated, and they will all go direct from there to Washington. In addition to the $25 registration fee, which includes camp facilities and meals, each Scout must pay bis railroad fare of $5.80. round trip. from Raleigh, and must have two uniforms, badges aud( similar equipment, to cost around sl2. The training camp fee for the three days pt reeding the trip to Washington wilt he $3 For a Scout to rake in the jam l 'oiee requires an outlay of around SSO for all expenses whatsoever. There was some discussion of the summer camps, one of which will he held for a week at Balance Rock, near Henderson, and starting Sun day. June 9. One will also be held later in the summer at White Lake for older hoys. The summer camping pro. gram as outlined by Mr. Humphreys was approved by the board. Mr. Humphreys announced summer ramps would be held at Balance Rock, neat Henderson, with J. K. Derrick, of Warrenton, in charge; at Camp Oklawaha, near Durham, with Bob Wilson, Jr., in charge, and at Camp Craggy, near Raleigh, in charge of David Liles. Members related incidents giving reactions of Scouts and parents of the Scout encampment at Chapel Hill last month during the Dogwood Festival. Some 1,300 Roy Scouts were in camp there at the time. The meeting voted its thanks and appreciation to Dr. Harold D. Meyer, of the University of North Carolina, for the program hr offered for the 'hoys during their stay. A report by Mr. Humphreys show ed 1.211 Boy Scouts in the troops in Occoneechee Council as of May 1. as compared with 1.024, a gain of 187. The figure represented a gain every month of 1935 so far over the pre vious month. The Court of Honor re pot I also showed 556 merit badges won by Scouts the first four months of this year as against 363 in the 1934 DeLuxe Ford Tudor 1933 Ford Tudor 1933 V 8 Ford Truck 1930 Buick Coupe 1931 Ford Tudor 1933 Ford Truck—l.vv.b. KAyeral other cars in good condi tion at $160.00 and below. These are real bargains. Clements Motor Co. Phone 437 Good Used Gars 1935 Plymouth Coach 1935 Ford Coupe 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coupe Motor Sales Co. Pl.ons 832. same period last year, with 151 sec mid class Scouts during the period, as against 115 last year. First class Scouts attaining the rank were 69, as against 11 last. year. The financial report showed receipts during the four months of $666,64 from Durham. $613 from Raleigh. $175 from Henderson, SIOO from Ox ford and $25 from Wake Forest. Attending the meeting were taie following: Kenneth Gant, It. H. Rey nolds, C. N. Rackliffo and Dr. J. V Hofmann, all of Raleigh; Dr. R. N. Wilson, president o| Occoneechee council. Claude Humphreys, Dr. George T. Watkins. E. C. Dameron, C. J. Jones, Thomas A. Winder, all of Durham; J. A. Hodges, of Loufs- Inirg; Charles A. Tucker, of Warren ton; R. G. Kittrell. E. H. Dixon, Eric G. Flannagan, and H. A. Dennis, of Henderson. Dr. Wilson presided at the meeting. The dinner was served by iMlrs. R. G. KittreJ'- rnd a group of ladies of the First Presbyterian church. Counties embraced in Occoneechee council include Vance, Durham. War ren. Franklin, Granville, Chatham, Lee and Harnett. MRS MARY DJEECE IS SUICIDE VICTIM Granville County Woman Succumbs After Taking Bichloride Tablets Oxford, May 24 Mrs. Mary Day Reoce died Yesterda morning at 8 o'clock at (he home of her mother Mrs. Irene Day. near Oxford, as the result of illness suffered last Satur day when she. in a state of despond ency, swallowed some bichloride tab lets. She was 34 years of age. Funeral services will he conducted this afternoon at 3 o’clock at the home by Rev. T G. Vickers, pastor of Ox ford Methodist church, assisted hv Rev. F. M. Shamhurger. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Reece bad been engaged in business in Oxford, operating a furn iture business under the name of the Reece Furniture company. Her hus band died several years ago, he being a World War veteran. She is survivel hy her mother, Mrs Irene Day; two child ten. Robert and Oscar Reece; two children, Robert and Oscar Reece; a brother. I. W. Day. and a sister. Mrs. Ilobgood. Active pallbearers will he Talton Hughes, Walter Hughes. Allan Baker. Zeb Peterson. Murray ditcher and Charlie Pruitt. Honorary pallbearers will he R. R. Herring, 1. H. Baker, Gray Tally, A D. Hughes. ('. W. Hobgood. Dr. W. L Taylor, Carl Ragland. L. . TPitchford, Dick Crews. eP(e Bulock. J. P, Har ris. C. M Blackwell. Calvin Breedlove, Raymond Bra me, T. Lanier, Dr. J. S. Bradshe.r and Earl ditcher. Floral hearers will he the membra of the Eleanor Rees Sunday school class of the Oxford Methodist church. REV. S. L. MORGAN TO BE AT ROCK SPRING Rev. S. L. Morgan, of Creedmoor, pastor of Rock Spring Baptist church, will fill his appointment there .next Sunday morning at 11 o’clock, he au nonneed today. He invited not only the members of the congregation bid any others, and especially old friends in Henderson, to attend the service. CAN YOU ANSV/ER THESE QUESTIONS? Set Pogr, Four 1. Name the first Roman Cjathoiic Bishop In the U. S. 2. Where is the source of the Nile river? 3 In Egyptian mythology, who was the sister and wife of Osiris? 4. In what country is the city of Kobe? 5. For what invention is Samuel Colt best known? 6. On which rivet is the city of Knox ville. Term.? 7. Where are the Carpathian Moun tains? 8. In which state is the citv of Fergus Falls? 9. What is the geographical definition of an island? 10. Are women eligible to the Presi dency of the U. S.? Henderson Daily Dispatch Dime Letter Fad Is Disappearing Slowly In Mails The dime letter fad seems to be on the wane here, judging hy the volume of chain letters now passing through the Henderson post office, it was said today. But at least partially ferent Kinds of Power •. . - within 25 miles of your doorstep— costs en- —y* stabtinr Sa . , , S’TZ’wS iHf "IT r‘i |l re b' to ° much money -—unless your gasoline “j Hide till y» g }JU2, 3 and has not merely one ... or two .. . but THREE gasoline on every “cold” start even four miles less per gallon of gaßo- ' different kinds of power. eul „ tKl „ line than you get on long trips. .. . . SHIFTING—Super-Shell can save up You often start vour ending iz * 01 economy, your gasoline must combine to a cupful in i» mi „ u te s „f hard pulling. I »4 / f L . n times a power for QUICK STARTING .. . power for or rapid accelerating, or on hills. day. Many of these starts are relallvely hard pulling ... power for steadv ~ RUNNING « , cold starts. * hat s because the temper- running and iust as inuioi taut must RUNNING-With its abundant heat atures around your engine drop auicklv combine vll h(1 ; , . « nits » ll can save up to a cupful in every each time the engine Is stopped combme all three in perfect balance! h„u, „f steady running, motorist, report. One short run from a “cold” start can u-e gasoline 'vvulTi ''t'l ‘V s ’ " 1,l V balanced Super-Shell Is on sale at more than 30,01H1 sss.'stssisrisr-‘ , *“- sTaysr*-»-«—» ing can burn up 33% more gasoline 8 y i oast ’ M *irt saving money with it TODAY! than steady running. Also, you move over a TON of weight ✓i'TT'K ‘ starting from a dead stop ... and you /0 ' 0\ VL2 1 'T'B’YB"’! l l ft. » Y "■* Tl W T often do this more than 30 times a day! A Cu - M A -J m B f B J And so today’s “short hop” J ~lving—. L/| J j ft j JLxL LI BB |j| J Saves on todays stop -aad-£fo driving Henderson Vulcanizing Co. DISTRIBUTORS—-Vance, Warren, Granville and Franklin Counties replacing the dime mailings is a new letter that bears a few more names and which are peddled in person, and usually calling for dollar bill dona tions. The writer calls in person on the person to donate to him and asks for the dollar and tells that person to pick out his lists and go his dollar in the same fashion. At the post office it was said that not nearly so many chain letters are observed in the mails now as was the case a few weeks ago. The increase in the purchase of postage stamps to carry out the mailings was hardly noticeable in the office here., it \vas said. Sues for Divorce. Reno, Nev., May 24.—Divorce suits filed here Wednesday include: Henry Wesley Hight, vs. Grace Gooch Hight, of Dabney, N. C.; mar ried Lawrenceville, Va., Jan. 26, 1935; cruelty. NO DATE SET FOR NAMING TEACHERS No date has been set as yet. for a meeting of the Henderson board of school trustees for the election of teachers for the coming year, it was learned today, and will probably not be until reports from the; several schools are in hand to indicate the allotment of teachers to be allowed for next year. Teacher allotments by FRIDAY, MAY 24, i:«:, the Stale School U u n, m | s „~ men in the rural school mrn named by the County Bo „ r J l ' c > bn cation at the June meeting* ° f Kd " will in turn select (cached th «y schools as soon thereaflot 1l '^ ir can get to it. 83 they j Gen Rt. Hon. Jan Chi i • world-famed South ,\ (rj( ,. n I statesman, horn 65 v.- ~ ' ,Solt *ier.