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marriages, PARTIES
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
shower.
nvn from those black tum
swo°p ci;u r S
; j jicl stir these listless
plain, the tree that
swift currents of your
With "‘ ltl
the torm that wear
s iiood in shaken skies!
>'o fak !',',' nu; -t- t lie heavy moping air
S* rik ° ;:'. h ‘o r flashes of your eyes!
The l^ nu "
, k)l ,s through the clouds about
prlU 'i silver tot rents you release—'
R ide , t reams may rise and
That sIuRM - - ,
riattd of their lethargic peace!
, r pastures parched and lean
flash ‘"'
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b> niav lift its tide of green
boughs toss back to
Glenn Ward Dresbach.
” .vv.MKAN noon.
ixo great hawks trace
shadows
l'** SLTS organ cart,'
>nd im i pale yucca,
‘ hjte roadway splintering with
»' ml quartz fire
, .ipar . ooalt air i
in 1 •„ ,his tremendous silence of
heie. 111 11 ■. • ■ ■ ■ •
inch places, ‘ ‘
. ,Gv an insect chorus shrilling
f’i 'the vaulted stillness,
: L :: ,i« poo-ugc of the-day itself
, ,n te heard;
elme-t audible are the drifting
shadows .
~ .n.rd hawk wings. \
ct 1 ' Frederick Ebright.
In Baltimore.
p. and M’ A. C. Yow are spend
„ frw V"vs in Baltimore, Md.
ing a 11 ' • f
At Ingleside.
rimo Edwards is spending his
vacation with his father on his farm
at Ingleside. ■ ■ - -
From Greensboro.
Sue Southerland, of Greens
boro, is spending several days with.
Miss Alice Mabry.
Visiting Here
y rs Belle Hicks Purvis, of Salis-'
burv ."is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B.'
Hicks on the Oxford road.
Returned Home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miles, of New-'
ac-t News. Va., have returned home!
af>r visiting relatives in the city.
Fr' .n Raleigh. ,
Miss Sadie Boyd, of Raleigh, spent
test night with her sister, Mrs. Jasper
E. Hicks, at her home on Jennett
avenue.
Guest From Louisburg
Mrs. Sue Edgerton Ragland, .of
Louisburg. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs,
Dorsey Evans, at their home on Clark
street.
From Danville
Mrs. T. K. Miles, of Danville, Va. (l
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
lies, at their home on the Oxford
road. '
Visitors Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges and two sons'j
of Wadesboro, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. K. S. Isley, at their home
on Belle street.
Returned Home.
Miss Anne Upchurch, who has been
visitin,- friends in Indian Neck, Bran-,
ford. Con., for several days, was ex
pected to return home today.
Returned Home.
Miss Sarah Mac Snell has returned
home from the eastern part of the
State, where she spent the summer.
She has as her guest Miss Hallie
Marie Brey, of Belhaven.
PHOTOPLAYS
"AIR CONDITIONED"
STEVENSON
TODAY ONLY
ZLJ'lrh lAMES DUNN PATRICIA ELUI
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> SOCIETY NEWS *
TELEPHONE 610 * * * • ••••. ******* HOURS 9AM.TO 12 NOON
Visiting Grandmother
Misses Janet and Betsy Ann Bach
man, of Greensboro, are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. N. P. Strause, at
her home on Jeannette avenue.
Missionary Circle Meeting.
The Tucker Bridgers Missionary
circle of the First Methodist Epis
copal church will meet at the home
of Miss Ruth Carter on William
street, Thursday evening at 8:15
o’clock.
Visitors from Texas.
Rev. W. C. Martin, Methodist pas
tor of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Mar
tin and their three children were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Allen
'Tuesday at their home on North Gar
nett street. The Martin’s are spend
ing a part of the summer at Lake
Junaluska. Mrs. Martin is a distant
relative of Mr. Allen, and the family
drove here from Junaluska for the
visit after an absence* of many years.
(fINERATDLATIONS
Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clayton, of
North Henderson, announce the birth
of a daughter, Patricia Ann, on Sat
urday, August 14, 1937, at their home.
P.-T. A. Presidents
Will Meet Friday
There will be a luncheon meeting
of the presidents of all the Parent-.
Tegcher Associations in the county
at the home of Mrs. L. D. Wall on
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Mat
ters of great importance will be dis
cussed. A full attendance of the heads
of the Parent-Teacher associations
in the county is requested.
Duke Recital To
Honor Gov’r Hoey
Announcement has been received 1
here from Duke University, Dur
ham, of a special carillon recital to
':e given at the University next Sun
day afternoon, August 22,. at 4:30
o’clock, in honor of Governor and
Mrs. Clyde. R. Hoey. The public is
invited to attend the recital.
The announcement says that im
mediately -after ■ the recital, at 5:39
o’clock, there will be an informal
gathering for friends of the Univer
sity attending the recital, in the grove
adjoining Page Auditorium. .
At this gathering Governor and
Mrs. Hoey will be present, together
with Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brees.
Mr. Brees, who is in charge of the
Duke summer carillon programs, is
closing another season there in that
capacity. Regular carillon programs
are given each Sunday afternoon. In
the winter Mr. Brees is in charge of
and performs at the Bok Singing
Tower, in. Florida.
Mqny Henderson people have from
time to time attended the Duke Sun
day afternoon musical programs, and
many are expected to go there for
the recital next Sunday.
Dexter News
Rev. Sodeman filled his regular ap
pointment at Dexter church Sunday
11:00 a. m. Rev. E. J. Greene filled
Rev. Sodeman’s plane 8:00 p. m. Sun
day.
Mrs. Carlos Beck of Durham, spent
the week-end with her mother, Mrsu
C. C.' Satterwhite.
Mrs. Tom Currin, Miss Bessie and
Gertrude Currin, Ed and James Cur
rin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Currin were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Greene.
Dewey H. Satterwhite spent the
week-end with Gerald in Chase City,
Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wilson, Mor
ris Harden and James Berry were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P.
Williams.
Mrs. J. M. Satterwhite spent Sun
day in Henderson with her son, Mr.
and Mrs. Satterwhite.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Wilson and
Quinnon visited Mrs. Wilson’s moth
er, Mrs. J. B. Ellis Sunday evening.
Rev. Sodeman was dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Barker Sunday.
Emily Laßue Harper spent several
days with her grandmother, Mrs. M.
E. Wi’.son the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkerson, and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cur
rin Sunday evening a short while.
The new spirit in economics is the
sense of a common good.
Pollyanna Poems
Uippity hop to the comer shop
To buy an ice cream cone;
It takes lots of nickels >
And dad calls us “pickles.
While ma greets requests wnth m
moan.
; HENDERSON, XN. CJ DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1937 -
Jail Party Ends in Wedding
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Here is the climax of a romance which was renewed at a “date party”
held for inmates of the Girls’ Industrial School at Tecumseh, Okla. f last
month. Evelyn Steel, 17, one of the inmates of the school, is shown after
her wedding to Ilercle Cook, 20. The groom is a clerk in a grocery. The
girl was paroled to her new husband. They had been friends before she
entered the institution. (Central Press)
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Library Game to
Close Next Week
The' Library Game, which the chil
dren have been playing at the H.
Leslie Perry Memorial Library this
summer, will come to an end next
week. Monday is the last day play
ing, Seals will be awarded to the win
ners at a meeting to be held at the
library on Friday, August 27, at ten
o’clock in the morning. All who have
not yet finished playing the game
are reminded of these dates.
With the Sick
Mrs. Alston 111.
Mrs. E. T. Alston, Jr., is very ill
at her home on Clark street.
Condition Improved.
Miss Katherine Macon, of Epsom,
Who was in an automobile accident
near Hodges, S. C., several days ago,
was said to be improving today. She
will remain in the hospital in Green
wood, S. C., for some time.
Two Airmen Lose
Lives With Plane
iCantli.ued from Rage One.)
brief investigation, stated, “We un
derstand that Bolling Field (army
base near Washington) is taking care
of the wreck.”
This led school officials to revise
an earlier opinion that the plane was
from Langley air base in Virginia.
VAMCE
TODAY THURSDAY
Chester Morris
Gives you the thrill of your life in
“Cock Os The Air”
A airplane special. Also
Gene Autry in Phantom Empire
Speaker: “If I have any partiality
for the former speaker, it’s against
him.”
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Jacksonville 8.80
New Orleans 14.45
New York 3.65
Norfolk 2.00
Philadelphia 6.85
Richmond 1-75
Savannah 6.00
Tallahassee 10.10
Washington 4.10 ( ...
Similar fares to all other
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_____LEGGETT'S
CHURCH SOCIETIES
ANNOUNCEMENTS
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