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SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1945
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 194S
BY VIVIAN HcLENDON
The B. and I. Girls held Uieir
!gular meeting on Thursday night
I the USO with Miss Kllu iMuc Wil'
ams, president, presiding.
Mrs. EUiel Alston Bumcs ul
irooklyn, N. Y., is visaing her hus'
and, Mr. Coluinhus Buiiies, ut 2Uj
The NAACP will huld their
lonthly meeting on April 22iid at
3C First Baptist Chuicli at -1.00 p.
I. Mr. A. C. Parrish is president.
The marriage of Miss Mary £.
Williams, daughter of Mrs. Jose-
hine Williams of Duiiiain which
ok place on Saturday, March 24U>,
. the AM£ Zion Church, Balti*
ore, Md.. has been announced by
tr mother. Rev. G. W. Edwards of-
Students of the Atlanta Univcr.
ty School of Library Science in
e city for a two week full time us-
ganrent are: Miss U. Juanita John-
n of Louisville, Ky., Lucille llun-
r School library; Mr.-;. Sarah Jane
ell, Muskogie, Okla., St. Augus-
ne's College library and Mrs
lanne M. Watson, Washiiigtoii, U.
., Richard B. liarrisoii library.
Miss Hattie M. Day has return'-
1 to the city after .spending a few
ays in Plainf.eld, N. J. and New
Mr. T. C. Jervay, editor of ine
filmingtun Journal, was in the city
lis week on business.
Little Miss Odvssia Bethuy is ill
t her home on Dawson Street.
Sgt. Chester Grant was in the city
ver the week end.
Mrs. Freeman Currie of 7U9 East
lartin Street has returned home uf-
er attending the funeral of a re*
itive, Mrs. John Koseberg.
Miss Selma Perry of Washing'
an, D. C., has returned home af-
er spending several days with Mrs.
•ladys Ivery and family of 17
Mrs. C. M. Smith of 4 Hyde Ter-
ace is visiting friends and relauv
n Washington, D. C.. Baltimore,
Id., and New York City.
Mrs. Rebecca Woods of Balti
nore, Md, and niece, little Miss
eere the recent guest of Mrs. Eflie
)aily and family of 21 Smith Plaza.
Mrs. Oscar Kendall of 21 Chavis
Vay was called to Charleston W.
fa., due to the illness of her sister,
til ut her many friends hope that
he will find her better.
Mrs. R. M. Anderson uf 9 Chat-
lam Terrace is visiting relatives
nd friends in New Jersey and New
Miss Mary Dixon and Little Tal*
ie Dixon of 19 Smith Plaza spent
few days recently with their
real uncle, Mr. Alex Carney in
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cooke of J17
West Lenoir Street, aie the ptouu
parents of a fine baby girl, Joyce
Keguel, born oil Tuej-duy, .'\pril Jr J,
.l AteCaalcy's Hu»p.ul.
iiie I'ljuay AUeiTiuuii Book Club
met Uie home ol .\liss ttellic
r>malt last FiiUay wiUi Uie presi'
ueiit, .\Us. .Viamie Cagle, presid
/tiler liie meeting, a very deii*
cioUs Loursu servid coiisaung
of giapdiuil eocklails, ehiekeii sal-
.•d, leliUCe, .-tllce loOiatoes, piekics,
vt.iiioeity liiiga, /sailed ciackers,
sing*.!' aie-iieclar and ieinoii pie.
liie ccnler piece was ,i pot ol Eas-
,ei- liliies Wilii tail candles buiiimg
•>n the maitlle and labie.
.Mr. Aiiliur .'(and of lllU Stniin*
■ leld Street lioiioied Ills WilC .e-
I'eiitly on her biriiiua;,. Sue leeeiv-
lU IUuIO lA..ly pl’JsCiUS i'lluSL"
pieseiit weie; .Mesilaiiies Ester Hull,
i.nla Atwateis, .\aicissa HoiTon.
Came I'ncc, Flo.-isie Phillips of
'mlau..lpma, Ulivia Edwaius of
liurham, and .wis. Alma Smith; Air.
.md .Mrs. Uiis SUTckiaiiU, .Mr. V.
^)eoll and Mrs: Louis Jenkins.
Mrs. llemy Flagg oi 113 Camden
Slrcei, hoiiuied her tm.-^uaiid on Ins
milhda^ U'cenily. A few fiieiids
■Ipcu iiirn lu enjoy tiic occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Colenuu Cobb cn-
lertaiiieu tile rlouker T'. Wasliingloli
Cuib at their regui.ir meeting on
TIuusday evening at iheir home, 4u7
West Lenoir Street. A Ueiiciuus
couj'se was served by the hostess.
The Fidelity Lodge ol Elks No.
'7 and Capital City Temple 310
held their tegular Educaliuiiul Day
Services at the St. Matthews Church
last Sunday. The sermon was
preached by Rev. Joseph Blunt.
The program con.Msled of a duet
by .Miss Mane McNeil and ^Irs.
Layette Partin, quartet by Mrs.
Parim, Miss McNeil. Mr. Lcach and
The service.' were very spiritual.
Mr. H. 11. Towns was master of
OBEKUIS KOM) NEWS
BV ANN B. MORGAN
Mr. and Mrs Chester B. iMdgc-'rn
.ind daughter. Marilyn, .pent the
week end in Spring Hope-, to ulteod
)hc wedding uf Mr.- Pridgen's sis
Mr. Jacob Willougiiby of New
York City and Nlrs. Lossie Waring
and Sister, Miss Mary Teal .1
Wadtsljoro, spent the holiday sea
son visiting relatives end friends
The Ladies Auxiliary met with
Miss Grace* Battle on .Monday night
On Tuesday evening the Tnanglo
club niet with Mrs. Mitchell Horne.
The members of the Wesleyaii
Club met wi^h Miss Clarice Hunter
on Thursday night.
Miss Katie Stredwick is ill in St.
Agnes Hospital. Friends and rela
tives wish for her much speed i:i
WOMEN 10101 Si ATE'
WliiL WAR MOlilEKa
R.NcElGil — Mr.s. Lillian Cuga
of Raleigh was elected piCsiucni ol
a newly-loimcd State-wide urg,jiu
/.laiun of Amuiican Wai Alotiieis
clubs, composed ul N'egio W oiiu :i
with soils and daughters in military
The Btale-wide organization was
formed at a two-day meclmg end
ing balurday, with the Raleigh
chapter, uigaiiized Utile more inaii
a year ago wiih 14 members, now
has over 2UU meiiibcis.
Chapters in E'ayetteville, Mebaiie,
Caiy, Hamlet, Louisburg, Parmci.e,
'uquay Springs and Winstoti-Salea:
In addllioii to Mrs. Logan, officcis
of the Slate organization are Mis.
Blonnie Slade of Raleigh, Airs. Julia,
Chance of Parinelee, .Mrs. Lilli in
v.unes of Hamlet and Mrs. E'etgu-
>11 of Fayetteville, vice presidcn;-.;
.\iis. Pearl Freemaii of Raleigh, re
ding bLcretury; .Mis. iMuicrva
liter of .Mebaiie, luajtii'er; Aii.i.
l.uey Rand uf Raleigh eonespund-
i seciclary; .Mrs. Liuily Wilson,
gvain-at-urms; Mrs. Susie Ma
le ot Mebuiie Olid Mrs. Lula Ta.i-
ner of Winston-Salem, color beai-
.; .Mrs. Ethel Young of Raleigh,
chaplain; and Alr.s. F. B. Marsh ol
The Rev. C. Andrew Kearns maUo
e welei-me address at the Salur-
liay session held in the Davie Street
sbylenaii Church. The business
non was addiessed by F. J. Car
nage, Raleigh aliorney; William
Wortham of New York City; and
W. F. Taylor of Ihc Raleigh USO.
A social session was lield Friday
-. jiiing at the Mary Talbert llonii'.
Speeiul guCsts weie Lt. Joseph C.
Mask, tile Rev. .Mr. Yelveiton of
Fayetteville .Tnd Wortham.
The Raleigh chapter of Amcn-
aii War Mothers has f.lled a draw-
iig room in the Fort Bragg hospital
at a Cost of $400, and has contribut
ed radios, books and magazines to
Sojourner Truth \W
iCALElGH — Mrs. .Nora E. Lock
hart was elected president of ihc
Sojourner Truth YWCA at the an
Ulhgr officer.' named. .Mrs. W. B
Inb'ii'den, seciclary. .Mrs. L. F. Per
rin and Mrs. L E .McCaal«*y, chair-
nii-n ,.f women s ucliv.lie.-, Mrs. .Al
berta Leving.'toii, bu.-.iitss and pro
fessional gill'. .Mae K Ligiiii, young
tr gills; -Mrs. J .M. C'laiiion, pulic
aff.iii'; Maru- .Melve: anu Mrs. A1
Vfilii Flenung. na irbersliip; Mai-
,.irel Hugg. finance. .M.-' Minnie H,
Fieiinan .md L Mariis. publicity,
Imis L W. Logan and .Mrs. S. V
1 Perry, house.'lJoroth> Lane :ind
.Mrs At lie K Ribinsi-n, volunteer
WOMAN INJrREIl WHEN
.STUI C^K BY TAXI
Mrs. Sallie Lee of Clalrlon, Pa.,
was struck down Saturday n>ght by
a City taxi cab at the cornel
Blount Street and Now Bern Ave
nue. She wa' lak n to Saint Agii
'ualeigk liruuch 01 Eol-
llegc Homeu s liuD Eu-
lertaui Uurliam liraueu
ik.'\Liri(Jii — 11. a o'clock iiu.,
uay. .\prjl Ulh, the itaicign Bianeii
(It iiic Naljuiial /i/iUwialion ol Col
legv Uoiiun itonoi'e.l the Uuiliuiii
Aiaiicn vMin a cotiec liour iii inu
Bishop Tuttle building on St. Aug
ustinus Campu.'. Nil's, i^oliaii O'Daii-
111 and Nil's, josepimiu Ctaiuoi.
faiaeiouslj ushii'tu iiie guests nao
uie living loom, ine toliuwiug pi /
gi'..iii was piwsciiteu altir gieeliiiKi
well giVtn uy .ors. Boutse i'liiii
pieMUeiil ol till itaieigli oiaiicn:
.lUisiu, Negro Nalioii.d tiyinii; in
.-piialioiial poem, .Wis. Btlielyiie
Ihonias; Grci.lings, Nits. N'uia l..oeK-
mill, iiilroduciion« including liub-
Uics .iiiU the pioicssioli, .vil's. Jose-
plane C'limiun, lesuhie uf cluu ac-
iivilKs, Nils. Lou.s. i'crriii, unu
Nits. A. il. Nliiehill '>f Duiham.
An open discussion on ihu topic,
llie Coiiigi Womens Kespou.-i-
biliiy 111 the I'osi War i'ei'io',i.
lieited iniLi'cslilig eomnienis aooul
Ihu improvement oi lacial relations
Ml that leiisioiis would not be pre-'
.'lilt 111 the commumtus ui return-
iig Vvii'iaiis, (iiipn.isibcu the re-
-putisibiloy ol iiiaiviM,^ uur uomuslic
workers aware tiit piisuimul. re
ds are ueing eumiiilici now lor
: ill liK- liilure when laumers cx-
d Job.', and the iiiiporl.mce of ou-
mg mformeu tiboui pitirce piojKis-
NicniLei.' ol tin Diiriiam Braiicii
pifseiil w r: (*: .Mr.s. F. C'. Bi owii, Mrs.
Chi'isliiio D.'Vi.s, .Mrs. C. Ruth EAJ-
wards'. Nils Aiatlii.i Lpps, Mrs. A.H.
MiU'heU, Mrs Nlaui 'J. Nlalfel, Nlrs.
Pauline N wloii, .Miss Ruth G. Rush,
Nliss Ruth h, Taylni, Mr.s. B. C
P...''s;iig into the dinning room,
e oehild three Uibles covered
with Lici- table cloths and cenlied
nil Lowls of Jiink loses, red and
blue candle slicks in eystal holders.
.Missc.s .Mae Ligi ii, Etta Duren, Mar-
gaiel Bugg, Misdame.s M. W. Ak.n,
.MaiH'l Ltiiliain aiiu L. li'Dai^ul. pie-
.'idid, .seiviiig ehickeii salad, sihaeks,
lea, coffee, punch and a.v'oi'led
lA-lv.ng into the Supernatural,
into those I ■.■alms I'l the unknown
which siimulalvs te.ii' and super-
.'iition in the mind ul man, Durso's
Spook Show will be presenU-d at
tlie i.mi.dn Tlieatn, and the puulic
will liave an opportunity lu sec one
Ilf the most unique ..nd grotesque
.'hows ever pies.iited on the stage.
Strange a.- it may soc-ni when inani-
;nat«' objects as'Uinc life and n.o-
lion under the direction of the mys-
tenou.c Diir^o, but .'iraiigei Ic..U
wiU be accuniplished when the
I ones of dead men actually walk
uiound cn the stage, and glaiing
giio-.t roam the theatre to the bor-
•or of a dumbfounded audience.
Does Durso actually possess pow
ers that appertain to the Superna
tural, or docs he manipulate bis
uncanny feats by shrewd deception'
This is a quesli-ni that the theatre
audiences of the large cities
ih--»iiiihniit tho Nation have been
iilcal Nupply For
uviiiaus Very' Low
— Ihu civihail
meal suppi., lui Apt it, iiiuy anu
aune is ao.>ui iz p.r vinl buiow Ihu
.supply wu iiau inu lust Ihreu
luoiiuis ul tills year, iiiu UJficc ul
I'ricu Aammisli'alion lias buuii u(i-
visiu by uio War Eoid Adimnis-
in uil piooaUihly, the meat sup
ply '.viii nut mei.ase until next iali
wiiin livestock maikuimg scasonuf-
jy incrcasis. liiu und cl me war m
c.uiui>u Will not n-.aiciialiy ulfucl
inu meal silulaiuii. U wiii hot im-
luiuiatuly uuciu-se military neuds
lor meat or mciuasi ihu civilian
'ihc prisciil ruauclioh m supply
r.iiscs many problems lor the liuusu-
wife, who will gel less meat, and
for all Goveinmeiit aguncius deai-
iiig ,11 lood. While It will be iieeus-
Miry fur housewives lu use more
meat alternates, sueh as .soy beans,
and mcal-ixU'iided leciiH-s, the peu
piu of this coiiiiliy will nut be hun
gry. I'herc will be enough food
avoiiaule to prepare well baluncud
meals and met all miiritional re
quirement.', Dipai'tmeiii of 'Agneui-
lure luiliit'unisls say.
ora's job is to maiiuaiii the meat
.'iliiig prices and to distribute fair
ly the civilian supply.
At the pie.-eiu tmi. ,'distnbutio'i
meal is a serious problem, in
n.any .sections of the vuuiiUy where
there art- local sluiigliteiers there
is plenty of m.al mcliidmg choice
cuts. In sections, many of ihim con
gested war production centers, that
re some instance In m Ihc ureas
where cattle are priHluced, there'.s
mighty lilUe meat of any kind.
Ruliuniiig alone can nut correct
Recently the War Food Adminis-
tialor delegated authority to OBA
to write and pul regulations iuto
effiyct tiial are aimed a bvllui distri
bution. 'i'll' .'e regulatiuns are to cov
er comineiciat and letail slauglitcr,
farm sl.iugher tor sale, and custom
laughter F'l. y are nut to curtail
laughter '.11 larms for home con-
The regulations will increase the
supply ot catUe and hogs to feder-
lly-ihspcctud slaughter houses,
w hich III turn will increase the meal
supply .nlu iiiter-Slate chaniuls. lA
federal law states Inat only imals
produced m federally inspected
slautgher hoU'Cs can be shipped
across Stale lines.i
By nicieasing tli.' amount of meal
that can be shipi>el across State
lines, or.'A expcvts to gel more
meat into those s«'Cti>.iis that now
have very little However, this pro
gram w'ul not incre.i'' the over-al!
civilian meat supply.
-The total meat supply as well as
that .ill'X'.ited for civilians is less
this ipiart. r than it w,js durine the
first three months of 194.5.
Il .t1'-i i' exiwcled ihal the new
ilaugiilu's' regulations will help the
Army »«cure the amount of meat
nead*d to meet military require
ments. The Army as well is buying
for its own personnel, buys for oth-
“r agencies such as tnc Navy, pris-
i oners of war. etc. The Army has no
stocks beyond working inventories
; t > meet its demands.
The War Dcparimer' recently an
nounced that more meat substitutes
arc being used for prisoners of war,
leauciiig Uie amount of meat re
quired fur their feeding.
Foreign aUocations — lend leaie
— also have been reduced.
RALEIGH — The Inier-Club
Council uf the SoJourner Trirth
YWCA met ql the Bloodworth
Street USO last Tuesday afleriiuon
with Miss Buriihilda Lawson acting
ehaii'inan. 3G were pre.sunt. A Com
muiiity Sing was conducled by Mrs.
E. Morgan Kelly. A omniilteu was
appointed to study a summer pro
gram for all Girl Reserves of the
This Council conducted by the Y.
vV. C. A. fur Youth Recreation will
convene at the USO every. Tuesday
imd Wednesday at 4 p. m. All Girl
Reserves and Ili-Y Boys are invited.
Advisors were Miss J. Hicks, Mis.s
M. Ligon, Mrs. K. M. Kelly and
Mrs. C. Toole, executive setreary of
the Sojourner Truth YWCA.
Raleigh GSO-LSO Girls
Entertain Men Of QM.
BY NICHOLAS G. I'ATTERSON
RALEIGH — The GSO girls of
the Raleigh BloodworUi Street USO
•ntei'l:iined men of tiie (juarU-r-
master Trucking Company. Fort
Bragg, at a lormal parly given on
Friday evening. April C, at the
Millie was furnished by the 340th
aristix-raEs under the direction of
Warrant Officer R. Str'der, also of
Fort Bragg. During the program
Mr. King, program director of the
club, inli'uduccd Miss Buena Vista
Johnson, a promising young sing
er w'hc is now attending Shaw Urn-
versily and is also a member of the
University Choral Group. She
chose for her number 'My Bun
dy," dedicated to the men of the
Tho'c responsible for the hut,e
succ. ss of this affair were as fol-
lows: Decoration Committee. Miss
C. Young, Miss L. Harris, Miss B.
Slade, Miss E. Young, Miss E. Hill,
and Miss M. Hinton.
Refi'L'Shmems, Miss Mary E.
Mitchell, Miss Lcola Lee, Miss E.
Leach, and Miss Dorotry Thomas.
Program Committee, Miss L.
Brown, Miss B. Lilly. Miss Greene,
und Miss Juanita Wilson.
This affair was the second largest
planned for the current season.
Anne Lewis has traveled to every
war theatre and hus been hailed as
the outstanding Negro performer on
the USO circuit.
When aftsing through Rocky
Mount Stop at the
204 Albemarle Ave.
Rocky Mount, N. C.
and FRIED CHICKEN
E. N. ANDERSON, Prop.
J East Lenior St. Dial 20a4
SQL! A R E of Your
Over 26 ways—vertically— 1
to total YOUR I'jcky num
ber. Send $1-00, and b^h-
date for handmade chart.
BuHalo (9). N. Y.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF BEAUTY and BARBER
Write For Price Lists
We Ship Anywhere
Beauty Products Co.
1730 FULTON STREET
Brooklyn, (13). New York
For Paraoaaliaad Hand Laundry
411 Obarlin Read
ftis W. Morgan 8L
And what a Bscal It will be—
seasoned exactly rlffat, and av-
cry dish booftlng a real hem&
411 8. BLOUNT ST.
. PUMPS—STRAPS -TIES-SANDALS
A variety of styles, patterns, and colors in
Ked, WItite, (Jreen, Wheat, Brown and
Roscoe-Griffin Shoe Co.
Min Mary Dixon and Little Tal-
ie Dixon of 19 Smith Plaza spent
I few days recently with their
treat uncle, Mr. Alex Carney ih
iMrs. Alston Taylor. Sr., and son.
Vslon, Jr., of Philadelphia. Pa,
^nt the week end with Mrs. Tay-
or's sister. Mrs. Ada Darks ol 23
Jncoln Terrace. They are now with
tlrs. Taylor’s mother, Mrs. Chavis,
«f 81C Smith Bloodworth Street,
who has been sick for several
xeeks. We hope fur htr a quick
•Gn Thursday night.
Miss Katie Stredwick Ls ill in St.
Agnes Hospital. Friends and relu-
lives wish for her mucli speed in
Friends and relatives regret to
learn of the passing of Mr. Leslie
Wright, Sr., who dicti on Wednes
day, Funeral service were held on
Sunday afternoon at the Rush Me
Miss Elizabeth Craven, senior of
Berry O'Kelly High School, was
, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William
■—Nirr. ST.iiiu T-ue ui u-iamwi. la.
was struck down Saturday night by
a City taxi cab at the cornet of
Blount Street and New Bern Ave
nue. She was lakfn to Saint Agnes
Hospital bj' the driver. Nick Car
According to the attaches at St
Agnes. Mrs. Lee suffered bruises of
the liead, riaht shoulder and right
hij). The latest report was that she
was "rc.sting comforlal’ly.”
'I ■ A
A ^ ^
A tnug-fitting jocket kJ with a Rgure-fiat*
tering peplum, eyelet embroidery-trimmed,
otop a paneled skirt! Butcher lyn Spun
ftoyon in Jet Block with Ice Pink, Summer Sky Blue, or
Green Frost. Sizes 9 to 15. |i,|
turaV.Tir'dov-s he illm-ipul.U'i ni9
uncanny feats by shrewd deception''
This is a question that the theatre
audiences of the large cities
throughout the Nation have been
trying to an.swcr. Some leave the
theatre alter the i>erft'rmance with j
different opinions, oltiers leave bc-
fiiie the pel formanco is ovtr be-
tause they are afraid to slay.
Have you the courage to face
what has appealed to others to bo
siipernalinal? If so. do not fall to
locks beyond working inventories
.. meet its demands.
The War Department recently an-
Lovi Koariiey, 110 Slronaeh's Al
loy. was convicted of assault and
battery on Mary Eliz.ibutli Thomas
uf 227 E. Davie Street. He was fin
ed $15 and costs.
Miss Thomas testified that Kear
ney drew a knife on her, but did
'not cut her with it.
I ASHBORO—Odell Brooks, 24, of
, Randolph County, was convicted ui
Supeiior Court lust week of having
carnal knowledge of an 11 year old
((ill. Hu wa» sentenced to 25-30
years in prison.
Herb i t Debnam, B07 Oberlin
Roal, phaded guilty to being pub
licly drunk, and cursing “at great
length” in front of a church here,
lie was oidercd to serve 3U clays
(ill the roads.
' Richard Burrell, of Method, was
taxed $5 and costs after pleading
(guilty to a charge of public drunk-
teniu'ss and disorderly conduct.
I Otis Powell of 710 Manly Street
I was convicted of assault and bat
tery un Plenie Willis of 1435 Gar
ner Road. The defendant was fined
Willis testified that after Powell
struck him he. Powell, ran into po-
Lt'c headquarters and invited Willis
to follow, Willis did, and swore out
:i warrant against Powell.
H. V, Rouse of 514 S East Street
was Cl iivictcd of assault and bat
tery ''ll his wif.', Mrs. Marie Rouse
and her sister, Lena Cooper, 320
F Street- He was ordered to
pay eo.sts on each count.
Gable Houston. 124 Cabarrus St.
was found not guilty of u.c.^ault and
battery on Louolla B'ddeti, 42(1 Gale
Pleading guilty to assault and
battery on his wife. Ernest Alston
of 33H Cannon Street, was ordered
to pay costs. I
Willie Watson of 4ii9 Bledsoe Ave
nue entered a plea of guilty to a
public-drunkenness charge and he
w.'. oidtred l( jiay costs or serve
ID days 1
FOR TASTY FRIED
CHICKEN COME TO
Half Chicken or
A Chicken Sandvricb
Comer Crota and Lake St.
You Too May Get
Do those wheezing choking at
tacks keep you from your work or
rob you of your sleep? For over
half a century BRATER’S POW-
countless suffers from spasms of
D£R has brought blessed relief to
asthma. Try BRATER’S POW
DER, you too may find soothing
reliel Easy to use. Caution, lue
BRATER’S POWDER only as di
rected. Lar^e size box $1.00 at
your driggist, or a*nd cash oi
money order to u* direct No
goods mailed COB
John K. Brater & Co.
369 3rd Ave., New York, N.Y. (10J
ITCH AND MJRN
THIN WAIK AND SIT IN COMFORT
Use PoBlam—the CONCENTRATED
ointment —as thousands have.
The oily base HOLDS Poslam’s
medication on the smarting skin
to cool and soothe that agonizing
Itch and burn. Sold from coast to
coast for 35 years. Ask your
doctor. Only 50c, aU drug stores.
CAPITAL CA» CO
M MOOa SXBTICe
Tortured man gets helpl
i > Mixed of Home
1 ■— f Relieved
^ 4 Sufferer!
' I have UM-J A1 l.EMllI for several
miinihs. I could hardly walk on account
of niy knees. But mm those pains arc
relieved. I can po like a race horse
now,” Mort Shepard of Ohio.
Don't be a vkilm of the pains and
aches e.iuscd by rlieumatism*, himbapo
Of neuritis without trying this simple,
inexpensive rceipe you can mix at
lomc. Two t.d li spoons of Al.I.ENRU,
plus the juice of •, > lemon in a glass of
water. X'oiir m(*ncy b.tek if not entirely
salisfiod. .lust Hsr at a.'I drug stores.
Buy ALI.FNIIU u-lay.
Buffalo (9). N. Y.
Cash and Carry
325 S. Bloodworth St.
Friday and Saturday
JOHN MACK BROWN — In
— ala^ -
JOAN DAVIS — In
"Beautiful But Broke"
Sunday and Monday
ROY ROGFJIS — In
"Yellow Rose of Texas"
Tue'iday and Wednesday
MANTAN MORELAND — In
"Charlie Chan Secret Service"
Arcade Shoe Shine Parlor
SHOE SHINES OF THE BEST IS OUR BUSINESS
SHOES DYED ALL COLORS
L.XUIES SHINES A SPECIALTY
.SHOES CAIXED FOR AND DELIVERED
ARCADE HOTEL BLD. J. M. MASSEY, Prop.
Wfc find fhar in ipite of war shonages
you can Still gci'Smith Bros. Cough Drop*.
We ll be Kladtler still when Victory Icr* u*
make all rtrrybody need*. Smith Brm.-
Blark or Mcntbol—still 5f.
SMITH BROS. COUGH DROPS
•LACK OR MtNTHOL—54
Thai the sad occasion of a
funeral Is observed with Ihe
Utmost dignity and beau
ty—U you ask un to take
care of every detaiL
Raleigh Funeral Home
C. A. HAYWOOD. Preeldenl
Ratoigh. North CaroUaa
24.HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Roscoe-Griffin Shoe Co.
120 Fiiyetteville tfcet
SUN. and MON.
“And Now Tomorrow”
AL.AX L.ADD — LORKTTA YOUNG
with SiLsan Hayward aiid Barry Sullivan
Disney Cartoon “DONALD’S DAY OFF”
“MERCHANT SEAMEN” Special Metrotone flews
TUESDAY (One Day Only) APRIL 17
ADMISSION 30c To All Including Tax
Doors Open—2:30 P. M.
DURSO at the Lincoln Theatre
WED. and THURS.
“CABIN IN THE SKY”
FTTllKL W.ATRIiS. Famed Sinjrer of Torch Songs
KDDIE “R0CHESTE:R” ANDERSON,
LHN.A HORNR, Screen’s New Gorgeous Song Bird
Chapter 4 of “Valley of Vanishing Men”—Bill Elliott
“Trifles That Win Wars” Specialty New*
FRI. and SAT (Double Feature) APRIL 20-21
JOHNNY MACK BROU^’
“Stranger From Pecos ”
Chapter 5 of “The Masked MarveP’