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MRS T. T. COVINGTON
Tbl* la The Women's Pag*.
We want bar to make nae of it.
I tame ml local, aacial aad par.
saaal tataraat ara invited, aa
wall aa newa of all women a or
genixatiom and worn mi'« ac
tivities la club work. aacial and
church Ufa. Alao announce
mania of meetings are walcom- i
Items for tUa page ahowjo
reach The Exchange not later
than Tuesday moraine at each
weak. If they cone later they
will be carried aver la next
weak. Send it in Mondial don't
wait until Tuesday. Head items
either to Mru. T. T. Covington.
Phone 811, or direct to The Ex
change, nr phone 80.
The Women of Letters will meet
with Mr* Douglas Lyicli on Thurs
day of this week, December 10, at
Member*-, of the Thursday Aft
ernoon Book Club will please ex
change books on December 30.
THore will be no meeting on that
The Mother’s Club will meet
with Mrs. D. T. Blue on Friday
afternoon, December 17. at 3:30.
A' BAY OF SUNSHINE
Never mind the little satbaekr,
Never mind the cruaMng blew,
Never mind about tomorrow—
Keen •-ringing u you go.
Though your Inert may have mle
Bravely hide away your doubt.
For vou rarely cheer some ether '
When you keep the bright side
Some folks scoff at the Idea of
a hoosewif«'■ feetldioasoeae in the
matter of keeping bvr kitchen and
utensils scrupulously clean. Usual
ly whan you hear such remarks
you may bn sure the speaker la a
"periodic" housekeeper. By that we
mean, she has periodic clean-ups
of everything on the place while
in between times it matter* little
how the work it done so It may be
gotten out of the way quickly.
"Periodic" housewives allow a!
stove to get so greasy that It is'
almost a day'* job to dean It prop
erly. scraping off the dirt and
gratae accumulation which has
horned on. Har cupboard shelves
are likewise given little care until
the .papers on the thrive* are '*-rn
and badly soiled and the dlahe*
piled on the shelve* in disorder
At last ahe gets to the cupboard
and puts everything in its plane.
It is no task for the eyetamatic
housekeeper to "keep" everything
in its place but it is ofttimes a
hard lesson for the periodic house
wife. Yet ahe would indeed find
her work much lighter and much
leas burdensome if ahe would but
try to keep things always aa clear
and orderly as if company were
expected: One who wQL can be
the severest critic of her own
household aa she daily makas har
tour of inspection but only wishing
thing* were "so" wfll not make
them that way. The work to put
right mast be done without the
them right and then hasp them
least slighting of any dally task!
TO WASH CHAMOIS
Nothing U quite eo nice u a
piece of chamois, for polishing
windows or fomRare. However, it
must he kept clean and the oil
moat be washed out of it before
it is used.
A soapy soda in soft water U
beat for washing It. Avoid rub
bing soap directly on it since this
mane the chamois vary slick and
la hud to rinse out thoroughly. ,
To knap the chamois akin soft
and pliable, run it through a
wringer after washing it then rub
it la the hands antll completely
% TEN COMMANDMENTS
FOR ENCAGED GIRLS
(Bp Norman Daly)
1. Thou shall not quote his opin
ion cm every oocoalon.
A Thou shall not maka an os
tentatious display of your engage
Let's Do Our Best /
bj Q.'C&rrence . *
“I don't see why it had to b
Exactly right." he said to in
"I did. about the best I coult
Perhaps it wasn’t very good.
But 1 was anxious to get done."
And then I answered. “Listen, Son!—
"Some days it seems a waste of time
To work so long to make a rhyme,
Or find a word that will convey
Exactly what I wish to say.
Sometimes I sit and wonder, too,
If aomething 'almost right’ will do.
"Perhaps no one would ever note
The careless way in which I wrote.
But if we fail to do our best—
No matter what may be the test—
We loae a satisfaction, Son,
That in no other way is won!
*To> do 'about the beat* you can
Will not make you the aort of man
I m sure that you would like to be.
• So, when you do a task for me.
To have you stick and see it through
Keans much to me—but more to you!"
* wh a *— .1.
in ant ring.
3. Thou shall not ba jealous if
he casually admiral another pretty
4. Thou shall not upcct all your
friend* to think aa much of your
finance aa you da
3. Thou shall not expect hfm to
aj*«ml every minute of his spare
time with you.
6. Thou ahull not let him spend
Hia money too freely on flowers
and rweets for you.
7. Thou shall not always have
your own way. Allow him to have!
hi* once In awhile.
3. Thou shall not put off gutting
your troeaeau ready till your mar
riage is close at hand.
n jrtoil Jth*!l -»ot let hijtt_taU
yaai more hub obo* a day that you
are a "thousand trines too good"
for him or you may end by be
10. Thou shall not. Just for the
fun of the thing, pick a quarrel
with year lover. Many an un
happy wife and lonoly old maid roe
the result of having foolishly done
Many people do not deep enough
It doee not matter that eome in
dividuate are able to got along with
Tory little deep. Xaeh person in
tUi particular I* a rule onto hiro
•df. and moat people regain eight
or nine hour* to bo efficient and to
(eel well. Ample deep with wide
open window* head off nervous
trouble and keep* the indlvdoal
•wee t- tempered.
The Indhrdual who is physically
At always enjoy* Ufa mo is. can
produce better result* In work, and
in mots companionable than the
one who Is ailiny and complaiainc
MRS, F. P. JAMES
ENTERTAINS THE FLIZAHKTH
BROWNING BOOK CLUB
Un. F. P. James entertained the
Elisabeth Browning Book Club
and a number of other guesta on
the afternoon of December 10. The
home was beautifully dooo rated
with holly, scarlet barrio* ,and rad
candles. Mrs. R. C. Eterett bad
charge of an interesting progr/m
on "Books” and (ho following
poem* and articles were mad: Pci*
lowship of Books by Guest, influ
ence of Books and Books are my
Friends. After these, selections of!
Christina mask were played an!
the rictrola. Lowsty soora cards, I
Watch This Space
for Opening qf New
Over Blw'a Dreg Star*
Expert Operator k
Afar 091 Waving •
|*ug*»«tlT« of Chrlstmaa, wore
puand for rook and at tht oon
cl anion of th« (atnc Mrs. L. a
Evtrrtt received thf p rxac, a beau*
MKK. £ V. PA ■
HOSTESS TO HURSOAY
APTKBNOON BOOK CLUB
On Dmnb« * at IB tha
Thursday A (tan *tt Book dob waa
entertained by *ra. Z. V. Pat*.
Sana hi n« wiUx *b araWmo and
frianda within, ha fee) of Chriot
mae in tha air Ad lovely remind
er*. ail added i Wr gusts to the
•nioyuaot of th ' tuaata. Pelnael
taa glowed hare Jmd there, and the
aver lovely boll held a place all
ita own. Evaw tablet plrrwj
for rook madei °ns think of that
coming season, or on each waa a,
painted face of ha old St. Niclc. !
Christmas) ])ott one ever
caaaa to fool a '-brill mm tha tine
draws near, ^ndfono aeea evidence
of it T But do not forget the
main thing! jgXhday* we reman
her, but tho birtSiay of all, that of
the little Chrlat vdhi. we or# ptotw
to forget, through material things.
We ahould nmfhr with deepest
gratitude this #lvCnt season, th*1
coming of rkrlaw 1
Tb* program ponauuiig of one
paper and mtuiaK**** unusually in
tcreating. The irP*r> ***4 by Mr*
D. H. Me Am, an J on "Wonder* of
Automatic MarC^nr," truly n
wonderful thief- "Mechanical |
mnMr,* the Sa mede, waa very I
1 beautiful, leva » Chriatmaa aeora!
Icarda placed par aera at the tablet
.'rad a many tiro followed. At the
rod Mr*. T. J. waa the for
tunate ana and haceivad a very
lovely towel. M k Ed Lyteh area
given the aamat*^ a pair of
MR. AND MRS. *■ **«N.
LYTCH CBLOI ATE THEIR
sours nrENTi rnw
. AfSTEi "5rTi&T&
celebrated the *We»ty-flret birth
day of their aoa,.dr. Dapree Lytch.
The center pleee’of the table wit
‘ Hand Wrought Brass, Small A
Games and Small Toys for
Mrs. David F.
N«st Dmt to fttoto Bksa
w Main St. c.
WHVK BIITT* AUTOMOB ILKA All BUILT. BUICK
*The Ransom of a Prince
Could Buy No More j tiftff
Give golden moments
hours of restful, easeful
portation, this Chris
Give princely luxury
beauty. Give a Buick! •»
The ransom of a prince a «1d
buy no gift more certain to
win the heart of every men her
of the family.
of the Gibson Mstbodi.t* chord!
•» tho homo of Mrs. 0. a
Thom peon oo Tkaraday afternoon.
December », at 340. A very In
terest la* prgrajn wee rendered.
t°l»« fdr discussion war the
,ft*r *w«Ji *
delightful social hour was enjoyed.
Ihnfcjr tld* time the hevteet aerv*
ed UeJldooe r*fr**hmenta conaiat
Ina of block ke rrc*m and cake.
Quite a number of invited jrueaU
JOHN K. FLETCHER DIE*
IN MARLBORO COllNTT
. K- one of the
kmlinyr flrtrrjia of Marlboro noun
ty. died at home juat or*r the
l.noin So*.<n Cuolir.t Monday, foi
lo<ri»Hf an Uineea of several woeka.
Funrrnl and burial aervtcta were
held Tuesday afternoon at McCtdl
A Word With
the Old Folks
Mmiy Banf Is An l anralns 1»
Mr. M. T. VtafdMr. muMn a# Um
Bank of Gibaon. Kor a mimbor of
lUrtkow county ^td waa a u^.!
Ue-apiittad cJtioca. a rwd nan,
Mffcl k> bln auto and country. |
AN HONEST DEAL
Hum s Ml: : ‘
LJ Vi« ATi.
PATE MOTOR CO.
LAURKL BILL. N'. C.
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A USED OUt IS ONUT AS DEPENDABLE
AS THE DEALER WHO SELLS IT
WHEN your batter fails to start your car on Coal
Moraines remember that m have an KZIDK BATTBBT
that wfll flt your car and the price la right CALLUS,
Hud son-Essex Sales Co.
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You'N mm everythin* from “Soup to Unto" at the Yeftow Front Store*
HlghMt Quality—LOwMt PHom
Grapes, Fancy Emperors, lb. . 22c
Cape Cod, lb_
K. * B. on, I
Bmmiy For U«e. lb
Figs, imported, ft —25c
Citron, candied, * __47c
Orange or Ij—*"■ poete^
Glaee Ptneopple lb.45c
Ghee Cherrieo, *> _6*e
Pumpkin, Ready for Your Pic, large can . 11c
DIm IThaai* Batter Tlraa.
BaB B»aria«. tefarth HIM
U-» Ba* 24-n. Ha* 4ft-tt Ba«
54c <1.05 $2.05
Land o’ Lakes Batter
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