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HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20,1935.
iURGES CARE ABOUT
Middleburg Garden Club
Appeals to Public To Cut
An appeal to Hu; public to use the
utmost earn in the pulling of Christ
mas greens this season was issued to-
I day by the Middleburg Gordon Club
! through Mrs. Sluices Collins, chair
j limn of the club's conservation corn
mil tee. This appeal is added to those
I that have been broadcast by the North
| Carolina Forestry Department in R;i
--! leigh. It follows:
j Decorations! That, is foremost on
I our minds right. now. Rut let us not
[forget to try to he conservative in
| ’.-al boring our holly ami cedars which
j we are so blessed in bavin” all around
i us. These lovely evergreens can he
! utterly destroyed by brutal cutting
i and breaking.
Some of our Christmas berries are
' much scarcer now than they were a
j few years back due to the fact that,
j destruction rather than preservation
, lias reigned in gathering decorations
for the holidays.
Nature has endowed North Carolina
with great beauty and we should
make every effort to preserve this
So. let’s all of us use more judg
ment and feeling in gathering our
evergreens this year.
Middleburg Garden Club,
Mrs. Sturges Collins,
Chairman Conservation Committee.
Mrs. 1.,. C. Way was called to Carth
age today on account of the sudden
death of her father, J. W. Porter.
Fighting tor Bruno
mi . r •
Mrs. Anna Hauptmann and Lloyd
Fisher, chief defense counsel, leave,
deatlihouse in Trenton, N. J., with
worried countenances, after a con
ference with the condemned tier
man in which new moves were
discussed in the fight to save him
from electric chair.
R. E JOHNSON DIES
AT MAGE OF 7G
Native of Franklin County,
But Lived Here 10 Years;
After being in bad health for sev
eral months. Rufus Thomas John
son. 7G. died at 7:05 o’clock Thurs
day] evening in Maria Parham hos
pital, where he had been a patient
ten clays. Death was attributed to a
complication of diseases.
Mr. Johnson was a native of
Franklin county, where he was born
October 16, 1859. He had lived here
for the past ten years, having been
a resident of West Henderson.
Surviving are four sons and seven
daughters, as follows: C. W. and II
R. Johnson, both of Henderson; W.
T. Johnson, of Clearwater, Fla., M.
H. Johnson, of Norlina; Mrs. E. H.
Moore. Henderson; Mrs S. M. Crock
er. Cary; Mrs. C. D. Macon. Wake
Forest; Mrs. C B. Hinson, Durham;
Mrs. V. Hasenauer, of Dong Island.'
N. Y.; Miss Mary Jones Johnson, also
of Long Island, and Miss Margaret
Johnson, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Surviving also are two brothers, j.
W. Johnson, of Meadsville, Pa..; and
Benjamin Johnson, of Vance coun
tv, and two sisters. Mrs. Furness
Strother, of Franklinton. and N. C.
Pace, of Franklin county. His par
ents. William Johnson and Mary
Straum Johnson, have been dead 20
years or more
Mr. Johnson had been a merchant
for a number of years and was known
I by many people of this community.
Funeral services were hold this
afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at Plank
Chanel Methodist Episcopal church
at Bobbitt, in charge of Rev. E. Ti
Nelson, paste’ of West Eng Baptist
church, assisted by Rev. B. O. Mer
ritt, pastor of Plank Chapel church
Interment was in the church eomo
Pallbearers for the funeral were
announced today as follows:
Active —T. I. Crabtree. L. E. Hicks
E, M. Nelson, S. W. Oakley, J. F.
Strickland. E C. Rrame.
Honorary—B. H. Nelson. E. R. Nel
son. W. I. Nelson, R. E. Loneine
Charles Lenoine, L E. Poole, B. jM.
Stain buck, Z. O. Woodlier, M. M.
Willie ms, C, C. Morgan. E L. Tiltot
son Ben Oakley, R. J. Corbett, Sr..
R. J. Corbett, Jr.. W. S. Corbett,. Dr.
J. H. Wheeler, O. B. Hoyle, O. D
Hcyle. Walter Blackman. C. W. Jor
dan. M. L. Cole. W. R. Fleming. A
W. Newman, W. H. Cawthorn. O. T.
Faulk-n W. W. Falkncr. W. E. Rob
j r»rtson, O. N. Hedgepeth, Williard
j Hedgepeth, S. P. Dickerson, George
Manko. and O. L. Stainback.
MRS. PLUMMER WILL
Vance Home Demonstration Agent
Honored at Meeting of.
Workers at Raleigh
Mrs. J. K. Plummer, home demon
stration agent of Vance county, and
one jf the most active and best
known in the State, was elected pres
ident or the North Carolina ehapter
of Epsilon Sigma Phi, national hon
orary extension fraternity, at the an
nual business meeting of tha
in Raleigh last Wednesday Mrs
Plpmmer was one of those m ,
ance at the Raleigh gathering, which
was for extension service workers
fmm over the entire Stole.
John A A rev of Slate college was
elected .secretary-treasurer, and Mum
Pauline Smith, district home agent of
The State college extension serve,,,
was elected annalist.
The fraternity’s members are those
extension workers who have served 1 0
... more in extension activities
?' c *f "' " ntab ic way. and it was or
•l'anlz'd at P the suggestion of Zeno
m“ lc . former county agent of Edgis
tMOoi %v as voted a life mem
hership today as was E. S. Miilsaps,
EXHIBIT NEW TRAIN
HERE SUNDAY WEEK
Seaboard’s Streamliner Will
Be Here Sunday Evening
A public exhibition of the Seaboard
Air Line railroad’s new streamlined,
conditioned motor concih train
will be given in Henderson Sunday
week, December 29, from 6:30 to 9
p. m. The train will be parked at the
Seaboard passenger station and vis
itors will be welcomed to inspect it.
This train is one of three similar
coaches being put into service. One
other will operate between Jackson
ville and Tampa and one between
Jacksonville, Tallahassee and River
The train here will operate between
Richmond and Raleigh, halving Rich
mond in the morning at 8:05 o’clock
and passing Henderson shortly after
11 a. m., arriving in Raleigh at 12:1."
p. m. Returning north, the train will
leave Raleigh at 4:15 p. m. arriving
in Richmond at 8:20 o’clock, after
stopping in Henderson shortly after
5 o’clock in the afternoon.
War is the one place where human
life is treated with contempt.
if FRIENDSHIP BEGINS fr
) ,with thefirst drink
FINE OLD APPLE BRANDY
Aged in Wood 15 Months
Per mit No. 359
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NUTS SAUCE CANDIES |
DDA7II O lh IQn Mi maa RON RONS 11). 15(
.. BRAZiLS lb. 19c in 17 * O § «■ <**»«» fa
ALMONDS lb. 29c 4 ** C drops . . ise #
PECANS lb. 25c i Soltasilk I MTXKO . . II). 1»>( J &
; WALNUTS lb. 23c I candy, 2 lbs. 35c |
MIXED lb. 19c If bake Flour CANDY 2z, 25c |
%handmothsiAA Pbg- 29C i
ROiIND .„/ anfy Ju,cy FRUIT CAKE 1
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KUL L 5 i Nice size 45e 85c |
2 d° z - 9c |
coffee lb. 19c Tangerines t
Catimyrna . ' $$
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FIGS Pkg. 15c doz -12|c to 17|c raisins, 2 ihs. 25c js
Dromedary 0 . „ .. Citron. Demon or Orange
DATES 15c ADDLES* "***«
** p c?" a\ rrL Ea cherries ,*•. 12c
Pumpkin 10c j doz. 25c to 40c. pineapple i; iqc $
POPULAR BRAND ■ e . ' "v 1 ' ' &
CIGARETTES - package -12 c 1
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Bananas, golden ripe, 4 lbs.. . 25c %
> Lettuce, firm head 10c
Celery, fancy large stalk 12 l-2c
Carrots, fresh green top . 7 l-2c fa
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Sp Henderson, N. C. -
5 extends Greetings ?
I and Good Vi%ln % $
§ to Von and Vonn
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« Christinas Reason. ?.
§ This Bank will transact no 8
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