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Thursday, Sept. 10, 1925
This Secoratlve effect is noticed on *
Parisian coat designed for evening
sreor. The collar of puffed velvet
hoc long tassels of silk fringe that
JWt match In color, and give a long,
narrow Une to the wrap.
Jteughtcrs of Confederacy Meet Fri
" Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet Friday atefrnoon at 4 o’clock
at the liome of Mrs, C. .1. Harris on
North Union street. Mrs. Harris
gnd Sirs. W. A. Foil are hostesses at
Girls’ Guild Meets Tonight.
The Gill's Misionary Guild of
Trinity Keformed Clmreh will hold
its regular meeting this evening at
7:45 o'cloek at the home of Miss
Maude Fisher and Mrs. McClary on
Tribune -Street. ?
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Special Services at Mt; Hermon.
The children’s day exercises at Mt.
Hermon; Lutheran Church will be
held on the second Sunday night.
September 13th, beginning 7:45.
Services will be held the same day
at 11. a. m. by the jwstor. Rev.-J, H.
C. Fisiior.. All- are -welcomed to at
f' -v ri- fi j. tl - 1- • i 1
PRESIDKNT CHASE BACK
AFTER ECROPEAN TOUR
Enjoys First Period of Relaxation
Since His Election Six Years ago.
Chapel Hill. Sept. 11.—Dr. H. IV.
Chase, -president of the University
of North Carolina, returned today
from a six weeks’ tour of Europe
feeling "tine and In the best of
Dr. Chase spent two weeks in
England and the remainder of the
time in France. He secured a com
plete rest of which lie was ill great
need, and appears greatly benefited
by the change of environment. It
was the first real relaxation that his
duties haie permitted him to enjoy
since he was elected president of the
University six years ago. He return
ed on tile steamship Republic which
landed in New York Monday.
Dr. Chase will probably address
the student body at the formal open
ing of the University next week.
The rest of your days depend up
on the rest of your nights.
of nose or throat is made
more endurable, some
times greatly benefited by
applying Vicks up nos
trils. Also melt some
and inhale the vapors.
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Miss Ethel Honeycutt is spending
the day in Charlotte.
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Miss Pearl Abemethy, of Pioneer
Mills, left Wednesday for Queens Col
lege, where she will resume her stud
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Miss Ola Abernethy will leave for
Asheville Friday, where she will
spend some time with friends and rel
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O. F. Barnhardt left today for
Wilkesboro, N. C., where he will take
charge of the high school athletics at
that place. He will also teach history
in the high school.
• • •
Mis- Mary Hill and Miss Mamie
Crowell have left for a two week's trip
to New York City. While in New
York, they will be the guests of Miss
Crowell’s sister. Miss Stella Crowell
t • i
Luther Wolff has returned to Con
cord after spending the summer in
Fort Mill, where he was employed ti
the Southern Power Company.
• • •
Miss Louise Xow, Miss Margaret
• Morrison, Misses Eleanor and Lucy
Crowell left today for Queen’s College,
where they will be in school this win
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F red C. Correll, of Greensboro, ar
rived in Concord this morning to be
with Mrs. Correll. who has been
spending tile week here with Mrs. C.
W. Byrd and Mrs. W. M. Sherrill.
Mrs. A. P. Kudisill, of Dallas, N.
C.. who had beeu at the bedside of
her brother, Major A. L, Bulwink\e.
at Hamlet, arrived in the city Wed
nesday night to spend several days
with her sisters, Mrs. S: A. Wolff and
Miss Muriel Buiwinkle.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dcuseh and
sen arrived in Concord Wednesday
from their home in Norfolk to visit
Mrs. Deusch's father, I). B. Coltrane.
Mrs. Denseli and sou will remain here
for several weeks out Mr. Deusch
will return to Norfqlk Sunday.
F’red S. loeiihour, who received his
degree from Richmond University af
ter attending summer school for the
past six weeks, will leave next week
for Elisabeth City, where he will
teach school this year.
• • •
Miss Flora Lee Ileatou. Miss .Mar
garet Swiuk. L. S. Deaton and Roy
Litaker spent Wednesday evening in
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Mrs. J. s. Lafferty has been con
fined to her home for the past sev
eral days with illness. Her condi
tion today is reported as being some
GIANT TWISTER BLOWS
AUTO INTO CREEK
Chester Fishermen Save Lives By
Bracing Themselves in the Frame,
work of an Iran Bridge.
Chester, S. 0., Sept. 9.—lnforma
tion was received here this evening
telling of a party of Chester tv-hem,
among whom were some well known
business men of this city, th'at were
in a tornado late Tuesday on Tay
lor's creek, about 10 miles froiu
Great Flails, on the Ohester-Camden
The twister was approximately one
mile in width and lasted about five -
minutes. Large trees were uprooted
and crops damaged. There was con
sideiable bail, ami it rained In tor
rents. Occurring about 5:30 o'clock i
it grew very dark. There was terrific i
The Chester fishers would have i
unquestionably been blown some i
distance and probably killed had they i
not braced themselves in tho iron 1
frame of the highway bridge that l
spans the creek. It blew G. R. Ball’s
automobile for some distance, finally ]
dropping it into the body of water, 1
submerging all of it. but part of one
wheel, badly damaging the machine, <
The tornado Mr. Bali said, made i
a loud noise sounding like a couple .
of locomotives passing over the!>
bridge, and they expected any !
second to see the bridge blown away
too. He stated it was a nervous situa- I
Hon while the twister roared.
The automobile was pulled from !
the stream today.
Approximately 20 miles north of I
Chester, In the Bullock Creek sec
tion of York county, about the same '
hour, there was a fierce hail storm <
that damaged the crops considerably, l
according to reports received froin i
1 there this evening.
STATE CROP AVERAGE I
SHOWS BIG DECREASE I
Peanut Crop Only One Showing In- 1
crease Over Ten-Year Average in i
Washington,, Sept. 9.—The crop I
reporting board of the department of i
agriculture today made some fore- i
easts and estimates with respect to
leading crops in the producing states.
In North Carolina the condition fig
ure for corn is placed, as Septem
ber 1, at 60, as against a 10-year i
average crop has done less well up
to the present writing. This condi
tion figure is given us against a 10-
year average of 84. Virginia makes,
a somewhat similar showing with re
spect to the condition of sweet po
tatoes, but in South Carolina the
crops wMI be very short. There is a
promise of peanut production in
North Carolina in excess of the 10-
yeur average, while Virginia peanut
growers are making u showing equal
ly as good.. The condition figure for
tobucca for North Carolina is placed
at 80. which is also better than the
10-year average. The figures for Vir
ginia are 62, on tobacco, in com-
PUlßpiVwith* n l&ye*r'avgfcageytffj,?!).'.
Odttob; figures hqvo »bdcn< prihßtfjed ’
periodically, and\were not ;g«fen" in
the crop reports made public today. [
To sell tliingH calls for salesman j
ship; to collect the ipouey afterwards f
calls for genius. 1 [
Every man has his price, but they
arc not all worth it.
METHODIST CONFERENCE .
TO MEET IN STATESVILLE
Date October 14-19.—Unification Mat
ter to Come Up.
The program for the thirty-sixth
session of the western North Caro
lina Methodist Conference to be held
, October 14-9 at Statesville wag an
’ nounced yesterday by Rev. W. L.
Sherrill, for 31 years its secretary.
. Preliminary to the general meeting
. the conference historical society will
. mqet at 730 o’clock the evening of
Tuesday, October 13th. dt which time
Rev. \y. B. West, of Lincolnton, will
■ make a talk on “Methodism in Lin-
I coin County.”
Unification of the southern mid the
northern branches of the Methodist
Church will be an outstanding dis
cuession of the gathering. Proponents
; °f the measure feel confident that the
conference will vote favorably on it,
but the three-fourtlis vote in all con
ferences necessary to its ratification
is not expected.
| Another important thing will be
| the election of delegates to the general
conference to be held in May, 1926,
at a place not yet selected. Ashe
ville is making an effort to have it
there. There will be eight lay and
eight delegates named, membership
being the basis of election.
Bishop Collins Denny, of Richmond,
will call the conference to order Wed
nesday morning at 9 o’clock a com
munion service to be followed by a
business The social service
anniversary will be observed at 230
o’clock, while at 7 :30 o'clock the Sun
day school anniversary service will be
held with a talk by Miss Minnie
Kennedy, of the Sunday school board.
Business sessions will begin daily
at 9 o’clock, while special (services will
be conducted from time to time. The
Epworth League anniversary service
will be held Thursday afternoon at
2 :30 o'clock and the educational anni
versary that evening at 730 o’clock.
Dr. Stonewall. Andersoh, secretary of
the general board of education, to
speak at the latter time. Friday af
ternoon at 2 :3ft o’clock a brotherhood
conference will be held, a sermon by
Rev. R. M. Hoyle, of Belmont, to foil
low an hour later. The missionary
anniversary service will he conducted
that night at 7:30 o’clock. The
church extension anniversary will be
observed Saturday night at 7:30
9’cloek, Dr. T. B. Ellis, of Louisville, I
Ky., secretary of the board of exten
sion, to speak.
! Sunday morning at 9 o'clock a Jove
feast will be held under the. direction
of Dr. D. Atkins, of Asheville.
Seven. presiding elders have been
ill thejr present districts foilc years
and will he transferred -fiy. the con
ference. They are Dr. J. I?. Craven.
Charlotte; Rev. W. F. Womble.
Greensboro; Rev. Z. Paris.. Marion ;
Rev. J. 11. West, Mt. Airy: Dr. T. F.
Marr, Salisbury; Rev. I>. M. Litaker,
Statesville, and Rev. W. A. Newell.
Among pastors who have remained
four years and will likely be removed
are: Dr. J. E. Abernethy, Trinity
Church, Charlotte; Rev. L. W. Colson.
West Asheville Church; Rev. L. B.
Hayes, Park Place Church.' Greens- ■
boro; Rev. M. F. Mores. Reidsville;
Rev. R. C. Goforth, Glen Alpine; Dr. "
H. K. Iloycr. Mt. Airy; Rev. D. IV. <
Brown. Gastonia: Rev. A. C. Ken- J
nedy, Catawba; Rev. .1. E. McSwain. <
Cool Springs; Rev. N. C. Williams. <
Granite Falls; Rev. Ira Erwin, of 9
Maiden; Rev. G. IV. Kink. Moores- c
ville: Rev. .1. S. Eolger, New Lon- j
don; Rev. G. U. Evans.
Stanly “Et ‘Em Alive” at Old Fid- }
dlers Convention. j
Stanly News-Herald. (
Stanly county went up to the j
Old Fiddler’s Convchtiom, |
which was held at Cooleemee Satur- j
day night, and brought home prae- J
tic-ally all tho prizes offered, inelud- I
ing the silver loving cup annually j
awarded to the comity furnishing the j
most and best music. The cup was ]
taken from Rowan, which won it -
last year, and which made a strong '
light to hold it another year. j
“We brought back every first S
prize but one,” said Mr. Fisher S
Hendley, who headed the Stanly C
bunch, and who carried along his i
organization known over this section >
as the Albemarle Novelty and €
Amusement Chib. About 20 in all at- S
| tended the state convention froth 5
Penney’s Albemarle Opening Up to f
EvpcctaHon and then Some. €
Stanly News-Herald. S
The opening of .1. C. Penney Com- ?
pany's big department store here last C
Friday and Saturday was up to all a
expectations and then some. “The ?
opening was better than we had ex- £
peeted. considering conditions,” said j
manager Strnte. when asked by a
- reporter asto how he
was impressed by the startoff in Al- C
bemarie. Mr. Strafe feels quite sure
that the local Penney store is going 1 1
to prove a very popular place for ji
Stanly county folks, and people from (•
adjoining counties, to trade. i]
John—Say, Tom, Pull down your !
shade when you kiss your wife. Last 1 !
night I couldn't help seeing you. |i
Tom —Ha, ha, the joke's on you, I (|
wasn't home last night. 1 1
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Historic Shield Restored.
Quebec, Sept. 10.—After an inter
val of nearly a century and three
quarters. the ancient royal escutch
eon of. the Kings of France which,
mounted on o shield, once graced
the city gates of Quebec Was restored
today with interesting ceremonies.
The shield was carried to England
by Gen. Murray alter his triumphal
First Time Today and Friday
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New York Mirror.
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dog boy” months before her sou !
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kill a colored chauffeur and a "little 1
6-year-old girl he had kidnapped.
Her article, read before the Upper
Montclair Women's Clubs last winter,
said in part: l]
“Every male child is born into the Jl
world with a native capability of cre
ating a tragedy all his own. Each '!
mother, in all her joy, views her tiny
newborn child with a terrible pang, for
if it is a boy she thinks 'will !ie
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