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Miss Pearl Butler is spending a
few days at Chalybeate Springs
H. A. Edge, county farm dem
onstration agent, was a Dunn vis
^ Granville Tilghman, Jr.. left
Sunday for an extended trip
through Canada. i
The vegetable crop has been cut
short by the continued dry weather
in this section.
Miss Ina Massengill has accepted
a position with the First National
Bank as bookkeeper.
. Miss Dorothy Lee, of Henson, ar
rived today and will spend some
time here visiting Miss Vivian Jef
Mrs. Pauline Myers, of Raleigh,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin L.
Bom, Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Paul V. Kelly, an 8-pound daugh
ter. _ Both mother and daughter arc
getting along nicely.
Eugene Cole, cashier of the Yad
kin River Power Company, of Dar
lington, S. C., spent the week-end
here with relatives.
Malcolm H. Porter, 9-months-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Porter,
who live in Duke township, died
Iasi night of pneumonia.
K. O. Primrose left this after
noon for Ocrocoke, where he will
spend a month. He plans to s|>en<i
much time Ashing while there.
Miss Carolyn Glascock, of
Greensboro, and Miss Gladys
Foust, of High Point, ate the
guests of Miss F.Kxabeth Eixeil.
KIlsB Allalulrla -v t I J _ __
lei, *pent the week-end here visiting
at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. R.
Durham Taylor, North Ellis ave
Mr. and Mr*. Howard M. Beas
ley and children, of I.umbenon,
passed through Dunn Saturday en
route to Four Oaks to visit rela
J. .1. Wade expects to leave this
evening for a trip to Europe. lie
will visit several of the European j
countries, and will be away two ,
monilts nr longer.
Ray Johnson and l« Sauls and
Misses Beatrice Johnson and Nina
Matthews, of Chalybeate Springs,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. llutlcr this week.
I-in wood Pridgen, who is doing ,
special work at the^ State college,
Raleigh, this summer, spent the (
week-end here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. L. Pridgen.
I, ucile Jackson, negress, wife of
Jerome Jackson, died Saturday at
the home of her father, John Cam
eron, in North Dunn. Deceased .
had been in ill health for several
Claud H. Britt, of Lambert on,
and John Crowder, of Koardman,
spent Sunday here visiting at the
home of Mr. Britt’s brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. W. Draughon will launch a
great sale of merchandise Fri- ,
day of this week. This is the first
special sale Mr. Draughon has pul J
on in several months. Read his
ad in today's Dispatch.
J eumberton, arrived yesterday and ,
wdll spend some time here visiting
at the home of hi* uncle and aunt,
Mr*, and Mr*. J. W. Whitehead |
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Johnson and 1
two children and Mr. and Mr*. L. I
T. Jernigan, all of Wilmington,
ril the week-end here visiting at
home of Mr. Jemigan's par
ent*. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jernigan.
J. C. Clifford will address the La
die*’ Bible class of the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning. July 1st.
This will be the anniversary of the
cla*»t and all members are urged to
he present. Visitors are always
The Dunn Roofing and Cornice
Co. dosed this week a contract to do
the roofing and sheet metal work on
a large hank building being erected
at KocKingnafn. Jney will begin
their work within the next few
_ A Bymn Bizzell haa relumed to
hi* home in Dunn after spending
two years in Bennett*viMe, S. C. In
an ad in thin issue of The Dispatch
he annonnce* that he will sell prep
arations for fighting the boll weevil
to the fanner* of this section.
\V. Bruce Mabee, director in
charge of the local government boll
weevil field station, addressed a
farmer*' meeting at Laorinbtirg,
Scotland county, Friday. Mr. Ma
bee worked m Scotland ami ad
joining counties during the 1922
Dr. N. L. Bryan and family, of
Orlando, Fla., recently arrived in
Dunn and will spend several weeks
with his twice, Mrs. N. A. Bell ami
other relative* in Sampson county.
They made the trip by motor.
Gordon Bed spent the day in
A. L. Newberry and W. M.
Pearsall spent yesterday in High
Point. They went to High Point
to secure apace in the exposition
building for exhibiting samples of
the furniture manufactured in
Dunn, during the annual Furniture
The Dispatch notices the Simdat
closing of the Broad Street Filtim
Wade H. Lucas the valued Duln
correspondent of The Disptsch, wat
a Dunn visitor Saturday afternoon
Mr. Lucas is recovering from a re
cent operation perforated on hit
nose by Dr. J. B. Wright, of Ral
etgh. Ht* nose was broken while
playing liasehall two years ago. and
had been giving him considerable
trouble of late.
P. A l-er and Geo. K. ('.ran
t/>ciTi left Monday foe Grrenvillf,
S. C.. where they will attend die
meeting of the druggists of the two
Larohnas Mr. Lee is vice-preri
dent of the association and will
pmliably he named us its president
it this meeting Mr. Grantham al
read vha* served the association as
Margaret Irene. * ■ year - old
laughter of B.F.Ammon-, who lives
about .1 miles south of Dunn, died
Sunday night of colitis and mess
Ics. The child's mother died on
June 4, this year. The funeral was
conducted yesterday afternoon at 4
o’clock at the grave, and interment
was made in the old Bluff church
The revival, which began at the
"lospcl Tabernacle on June .1, will
last through this week, if not Ion
fee. I,arge crowds are attending
Ihe servise twice daily, and much
merest is being manifested! Rev.
V G. Doner, of Peterboro. Ontario.
Canada, is preaching soul-stirring
sermons I lie hours for service
ire 9 a. m. and 7:45 p. m
Because Miss Sue Smith, staff
Photographer for ‘Hie Dispatch,
will leave late this week tor her
lummer's vacation in the mnnnuin
country, The Dispatch will be glad
ippoor in the special industrial is
ine soon to be issued call at Miss
smith's studios at once. We would
ike, too, to have owners of pretty
mcne* in Dunn have Miss Smith
:o make pictures of these homes
>efore die leave*. We want to use
leveral of these in the special edi
ion. There is no time to lose on
his, liecause Miss Smith will have
lone too much time to complete
four orders if they are placed im
ncihalely The special edition, by
Jh: way, will he about the most
:lal>orate project ever undertaken
»y a Dunn newspaper. It win con
ain about fifty pages, profusely fl
ust rated and carrying complete
itories of the progress of the Dunn
District in every way. lliis edi
ion will go into the far places of
he country to tell those who do
KX know just how important a
xwnmpunity we are. For this rea
we will be glad to have photo
fraphs of all tnt pretty dwellings
Kt can get. Be sure to place vour
>rder» with Miss Smith now She
•an be reached by telephone.
MR. AND MRS. PERRY A.
JERNIGAN VISITING HERE
P«rpr A. Jernigan and the
harming little woman who has be
ome his bride since last he visited
Duim are liere from their borne in
ianford, Fla., where Mr. Jernigan
11 one of the leading automobile
iealert of Florida. They made the
rip overland, and will spend sev
eral days here with Mr. Jernigan'*
larents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jer
Perry is one in whom Dunn and
Die Dispatch, particularly, have a
fery deep pride. He is a Dunn and
i Dispatch boy. He was employed
in the old Dunn Guide under J.P.
Pittman, and later came to The
Dispatch, remaining with the latter
»per, except foe a short time spent
vith the Richmond Times-Dispatch
n 1918, until lie went to Florida in
1920. With him to Florida went
Braxton Baggett, another Dunn
roungster, who has been in business
vith Perry ever tince.
Success has come to Perry and
* Brack.” Fine stories of their
xogress have come hack home by
wi j uik wihj na> been
Item down there. Their business
» housed in a tremendous build
ng. which houses their offices, show
rooms and service station They
iwn this building, and the big busi
es which they have builded.
Dunn is glad to ace Perry and to
meet the little woman who has join
'd him for the journey through
Appoint Library Board
Mrs. N. A. Townsend, president
if the Woman’s club, has sppointed
the following to act as ■ board for
the management of the Dunn Pub
Mfata Louise Williams, chairman ;
Mrs. J. W. Thornton, Dr. C. D.
Bain and Hugh Prince
This board in to have charge of
the Rbrary, which was established
by the Woman's chib a few week*
The children and young people
•re patronizing the library ,«pend
lng their vacation in reading good
literature. The outlook is very
promising and encouraging. Mrs.
Henry Lee is librarian, and will for
the present be found on duly Mon
ley, Wednesday and Friday after
noons. The library is in the Wo
man’s dub rooms. The establish
ment of this library Alls a need
long felt in Dana, and tbs library
needs the support of every man
sad woman who is intervsrwl in
Exposition to be held then in Jaly.
WEEK OF STOW
Mor*h«d C,ty, June 25.—Th
Baj»ti« Seaside Assembly had
verT suspicious opening here l^rg
congregations I ward Dr. W. J. Me
GlolMin. president of Furman Uni
™-*ity. at C.reemiHr, S. C... preaci
use open in psermons at the mom
tug and evening services on th
growth of faith in leaus. Boil
were masterpieces. He will speol
each evening during the avsemblv
which will last through the week.
. The. assembly is composed of th
following members: Dr. MrCloth
! Im, Dr. Zeno Wall, Goldsboro; Dr
tO C. Davis. Albemarle: Dr. R W
Spilman. Kinston; Dr. C T
wreV**1 Ra,ci«h: I'm lessor I., it
M. Freeman, of Meredith college
Raleigh; Rev. F. A. Bower, Mor
5®"*"".;, IJ[aro,tI Tnlf«ham
Nashville, Tetm.; Miss Minnie An
deraon, returned missionary Iron
China; Mr*. J.vdia Yate* Hilliard
R'leiffi; MIm Rlmi Far*Sow. Ral
and Mr* Walter M. Ctlmore
i ncy art dom* rxcrptionallv Rim
work. Rev. Waltrr M. Cilvnor*
Sanford, is acting dean. It wool*,
he difficult to assemble an ahljrf
mrnp anywhere. Each day's wrfl
l« begun by early morning praveli
while tmmediatelv after hre ilifil
simultaneous classes and confer
ence* arc held along various finei
of church activities. These grottf
meetings are followed hr an inspi
rational address by Dr. Zeno Wall
The entire afternoons are ilernt
ed to recreation. The surf and th'
refreshing ocean breezes, the g.»W
fellowship and the inspiration
make this city one of the most ah
tractive spots in North Carohn?
thi* week. Visitor* are coming ir
ever increasing numbers from va
riooi sections of the State.
Mias ELazall Entertain*
The chief social event of tht
past week in Dunn was the party
given an Friday evening by Mm
Elizabeth Ezzell in honor of hei
guests. Miss Carolyn Glascock, ol
Greensboro, and Gladys Foust, ol
High Point Following eight danr
ing dates, the guests then engagril
in a game of bridge Punch wa
served during the game, ami ic<
cream was served later.
The invited guests were : Missel
In* Massengifl, Ruby Crockett
Mias Adams, Margaret Wade
Florence Holliday . Bessie Masnen
gill, l^oiiiae Pridgen. Ruth Young
rAmiy oraiunam. r-iniiy .’iniucriy
Bessie Ratnsauer. FJisabeth Davie
Kathleen Holland, T«ucy Pope. .Mil
dred Shell, Christine Thntnpvn,
Allen McKuy. Mayme Olvde Ko<*
Misi Jones; Pat I.ynch. Pat Jones
Gibson Cook, Sid Wilson, Ilruo
Cromartie, Raymond Cromartie
Red Clifford. Willie Newberry
Midget Newberry, Thomas Hood
Ralph Snipes. Jtarl Dawson, F.ar
Westbrook, Graham Olive, —
Prince. Hugh Overton, Joe WiJ
son. Toofer Grantham, Bin Pearce
Sammie Tilghman, Runt Newber
ry. Louis Jeffreys, Carlyle Row
The occasion provided rare enter
tainmcnl for all the young peoptt
present, and will not soon he for
Little Mias Riddle Entertains
Sanford, lune 23,— One of tlu
most enjoyable lawn parties of tht
summer season was given Saturday
when little Mabel Rod Riddle en
tertained unite a number of hei
friends at the Juxne of her parents
Mr. and Mrs T. L. Riddle. Tht
guests were greeted by the young
hostess and unfitted to the punch
bowl, which was placed in a shady
nook on the lawn and was sur
rounded by Southern ttnilax ant
fern. After playing games, creair
and cake were served by Misse
Frances Kiddle and Janette Width
field. Each guest departed, voting
“ Baby Reid ' a charming hostess
ESCAPES DEATH TWICE
IN PARACHUTE STUN*
f Scltcijeclady. ff. V.. June 24.
John H. Smith, of Chicago, twic
* exaped dolli here this aftemoor
Smith attempted to descend by pat
achute from an airplane. The ptu
achute, failing to open, caught i
e the landing gear of the plane, leav
r ing Smith hanging tome IS fret he
t low. Ilia attempts to climb to th
- cock-pit were futile, and the pik)
- signalled that he would drop hie
i over the .Mediawk river. The avi
- ator planed to a few feet above th
: water ami Smith jumped. He conk
i not swim, and sank hut was pullet
t ashore by T„ W.. Gewefce. |iatrcn
. of a swimming school nearby.
«poed*t*r la good eon
■ItUon. Iu7 m E. C. Wart,
Attorney. . >2 it pd
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