KENTUCKY THE WEATHER Cloudy with showers except in extreme southwest portion tonite; Tuesday generally fahy . FULL, RELIABLE NEWS Associated Press Newt Appears Exclusively in the Kentucky . . Advocate VOL. LXVII. No. 115. May ' Festival, Alway$ A Big Event In College QLifey Scheduled Friday Miss Louise Sanders and Anna Belle Thurmond in Leading Roles By Anne Harrison Holloway. The Women's Department May Festival, given annually in honor cl the May Queen., chosen from the Senior Class, will be presented on the Woman's Department . campus, Friday night of this week. 1 The theme for this year's entertainment is an adaptation of Tsehaikowski's Nutcracker Suite, and is the story of little girl, her birthday, and s wonderful gift which she receives a silvei nutcracker, which eventually turns into a fairy prince. Louise Sanders and Anna Belle Thurmond are the child and the Prince respectively, and enact their roles charmingly. During the course'of the pp-geant there will be various -dances by flowers, fairies, and all man- ner of dolls from Chinese to Russian. The. little girl meets these people in the home of her. friend the Sugar Plum' Fairy, and they' have a beautiful time dancing fot her entertainment. Among the many unusual features of the evening will be an Arabian Dance which was created pnd "will be performed Hy the Junior Natural Dancing Class, with Miss Ellen Van Winkle as soloist. There will also be a ballet, trained by Miss Virginia Money. ..'- , j wuss money, win enaci ine roie of the Sugar Plum Fairy and will give a solo dance which promises to be one of the most attractive features of the program. I Miss Mary Louise Durham and , Miss Mary Handy'Ensminger will j accompany the dancers on tlie jjiano. Mr. Steiger will be in f)arge of the decoration," and the Tntire nftaeant is under the direction of Miss Jessie Keen and the Junior Dancing Class -of the Wo-mi's Department. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this year's May Festival, which promises to be even better than last season's entertainment. Fresh Strawberries today. Only $1.75 crate; three quarts for . 25c. JONES BROS. Indictment Valid Washington, May 15 WV-Indictment of Bishop James P. Cannon, Jr., and Ada Burroughs, on charges of violating the corrupt practices act was upheld as valid today by the District of Columbia tfourt of Appeals. ONE CENT WORD Advertisements in this column one cent , word. Minimum charge ten cents, cash with order. W ACTED Empty Bags. Farmers'' Supply Co. - " ' FOR RENT 5 Room modern apartment with furnace and basement; Phone 620. 115-6t. MALE HELP WANTED, IN-, STRUCTION We want to select a reliable young man with foresight", fair education and mechanical inclinations, who is willing to train during spare time or eve- nings, to qualify as Installation and Service expert on all types of Electric Refrigerators. Prefer man now employed. Write fully, giv-' ing age, present occupation. CABBAGE and TOMATO plants 25c per hundred. Ed McCowan, c umrtion Citv. ild-Jt. FOR SALE All kinds of plants, fresh pujied. for transplanting tomao3,.pepper, cabbage, sweet poTatoes. South wood Hardware ,Co. Ul-6t W. B. HARMON, Phone' 1120-J is the Danville agent for those flood coals, Blue Gem antf Black Diamond, prices range from $2.50 to vua per ion , home . . 109-1 mth.J BIG BARGAINS in Refrigerators, dining suites, pianos, ' sun parlor suites. Anything in second hand furniture. Big bargains in a gas ranee and an oil cook stove. Danville Realty Co. ; - - 107-tf. PAPER HANGING C. L. Cover. Phone 1275-J. 93-lm ESTABLISHED 1865. More Storm Tales Stories of the storm have been told , retold since the terrific storm in Russell county, however, here are others which were recounted in today's Lexington Herald: One of the victims of storm-swept Russell county,-Mrs. Ada Shepherd, 30 years old, who husband and four children au were injured last Tuesday night when a terrific storm ripped trough the county leaving death and destruction in its wake, was brought to the Good Samaritan hospital last night for treatment. Mrs. Shepherd, herself suffering from a severe bacjc injury and cuts and bruises about the head, fao Snd body, from her bed at the hospital recalled how the tornado's . winds struck her little frame dwelling, twisting it into wreckage and injured all members of her family including a 21 month old baby, Ruby Shep herd. The storm struck . shortly before 7 o'clock, Mrs. Shepherd re called, not long after members of the family had finished eating supper. There was a terrific howl of wind, a driving rain end then the house began to quiver, Mrs. Shepherd ; said. It was all over in the short space of two minutes, the gale slackened and Mrs. Shepherd, assisted by her hus band, crawleu from the wreck age of their home, bringing with them three of their children. Fear ridden and almost hys terical, Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd temporarily forgot the baby, Rubv and with their three older children, ran over rain-soaked. sodden terrain to the home of her father, a mile distant, Neith. er the man nor wife realized that they, themselves were injured, she said. ' '"' . ' . Arriving at her father's-home' they missed the baby. Members of her father's family returned to the scene of the wrecked home to search through the debris in vain for the missing child. They extended their search for some distance from, the house. A baby's crying attracted the attention of one of the searchers and the child was found seriously injured; but still alive. The child will Hve Mrs. Shepherd said doctors had told her. PARIS GREEN, Arsenate Lead, Sulphur. DURHAM & INGRAM. Andrew Fox, Maysville Attorney, Under Serious Charges Maysville, May 15 Vf) City Prosecutor Andrew Fox, 27, was arrested to-day on. warrants charging him with murder foi the deaths April 27th of his fath er and mother in their home here. Coroner Albert S. Knox, 'who swore out the warrants, said he oelieved he had detinue evidence" linking Fox with the deaths, but was unable yet to es tablish a motive. The parents, Claiborne Fox, 60, and wife, Emma, 53, were found dead in bed after fire damaged their homo. Evidence that kerosene had been put on the bed led to the belief that the fire was incendiary. Grape Fruit, 6V for 25c. JONES BROS. ' ; Chicago Suffers Loss of Another , : "Public Enemy Chicago, May 15 WV "Public enemy". Rocco Belcastro, 25, re corded by police as a burglar, li' quor dealer, terrorist and. a mem ber ot the Urcus Oang, was found shot to death today in sn automobile. The body was bound with a clothes line and an elec-. trie cord and partly wrapped with - T ....u t,ii blanket. In a shoulder holster Belcastro carried a loaded pistol with six notches on the handle. Police believe he was killed else- where and his body placed in the r. V It cost to wait. Buy RE GAL nQw." Farmers Supply Co. ;.v f?g?g PARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL TO HAVE FINE PROGRAMS Paccaulaureate Service : To Be Held Next Sunday. Night at Christian Church There . REV. JORGENSON TO PREACH Class Will Have Eleven Graduates Class Night Graduation Exercises Diplomas Parksville High School will have four programs or events for thf closing week of school. The week will open with the Baccalaureate services on Sunday night My 21st, and will close with an all day school picnic and trip on Friday, May 26th. The picnic will be under the joint direction of Girls Reserve and the teachers. Baccalaureate Services High School Gymnasium, Sunday night. May 21st,. 8 P. M. - Processional. Invocation Rev. Herman Jones, Pastor Caldwell Presbyterian church. ' Hymn Dwelling in Beulah Land. Scripture .Reading Psalm 8. Rev. T. E. Cochran. Pastor Parks ville Baptist church. Sermon "The Importance of the Individual Life." Rev. E. L. Jorgenson, Pastor Parksville Christian Church. ' Duet Awakening Chorus, Miss Margaret Lewis and Mrs. Daisy Durham. Benediction Rev. Jones. Class Night High School Gymnasium, Tuesday night, May 23rd, 8 P. M Overture Mrs. Hazel Roberts. Welcome . Address Louise Tucker. .. . . Class Roll James Underwood. Class Flower and Clasi Qolors Margaret Nevius. 1 Class Song Senior Class Class Calendar Virginia Edwards. , . .. ; ! Class Cartoonist Frances Bow er.' " . . Class Poet Roy Denton. Class Grumbler Helen Ha vs. Class Prophet Beatrice Hel ton. ; .. Class Scrap" Bag Leslie Van Camp. Class Will Frank Edwards. Presentation of Key to Juniors Louise Tucker, President Sen ior Class. ' Acceptance of Key Edith Adams President Junior Class. Valedictory - Address Viola Crowe. - ; Graduation Exercises High School . Gymnasium. Thursday night, May 25th, 8 P. M. Orchestral Prelude Lexington Avenue Baptist church Orches tra. Processional. Owning praver. V Address "The Educational Crisis In Kentucky." Supt H. A. Cocanougher, - , . . - Song America. Address "Graduation the Beginning of New Responsibili-j ties." Dr. Thoi. B. Talbot. Introduction of. Chairman of County Board of Education J. T. Underwood. Parksville membei of County Board of Education. Presentation of Dinlomas D. P. Rankin, Chairman Boyle Coun ty Board of Education. Song Farwell - Senior Class Closing Prayer. .'- The eleven graduates of the Parksville Hich School who will be known as the class of 1933 are: Frances Bower, Viola Crowe, Roy Denton, Frank Edwards, Virginia Edwards, Helen Hays, Beatrice Tucker, James Underwood, Les- Helton, Margaret Nevius. Louise lie Van Camp. The valedictorian of the class is Viola Crowe, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crowe. The salutatorian is Louise Tucker, the daughter of Mr. find Mrs. Lewis Tucker. Class Officers, Class of 1933 Louise Tucker, Pres; Frances Bower, Vice-Pres; ;. Leslie Van Camp, Secretary -Treasurer. The class colors are yellow and green and the class flower is the lily. "Nothing Great is Easily Won, is the motto of the class The seating arrangements and ushering for the three programs to be held at the schoolwill be in charge of Jerome Tamm?, vice president of the Junior class. He will be assisted by Carl Burton, Evan CurtsingeK Holman Cotton, Thomas Culton, Howard Lewis, William Tamme and Jas. Wallace. . On Third Cruise Akron. May 15 U. S. S. Macon, the Navy's new Zeppelin, started off on its third test flight this morning. Itinerary not disclosed. . : ' . ' ; DANVILLE, KV., MONDAY The Incoming Martin .1'-. ' ,'l - , v - i Of Carnegie, Pennsylvania, who will be the King of the Carnival at Centre College of . 1933. He is a fine young man, a sterling athlete and an alL-round good fellow. " - Hon, James II. Baughman, Former Citizen, Garners In Three First Prizes in New Orleans The many friends in this section of the State will read with pleasure that our former citizen Hon. James H. Baughman, who represented Boyle county twice in the Kentucky Legislature; and who was one of the best stockmen in this section of the State, has iust had splendid! success uj the Crescent City Stock Show. The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, has the following to saj of Mr. Baughman's success: Bringing 30 cents pound, the highest price ever ;paid in New Orleans for a beef animal, 'Eureka Pride, 4 1-2-month-old calf belonging to J. H Baughman of Eureak Plantation, Tallulah, Lr. was sold Thursday at -the live" stock and dairy show to the Bien ville Meat Market, Bienville and Royal streets'. The sale was consummated at an auction conducted during the afternoon at the Muncipal Auditorium, where the three-day show concluded Thursday night, has been held. Forty beeves in all were auctioned bringing prem iums of from 1 cent to 24 cents above the market price. Eureka Pride, weighing 400 pounds was adjudged . grand champion and first prize winner in the heavy calf class at the show Its owner, Mr. Baughman enter- ed 25 animals in different classes SAMUEL Dr. F. W. Samuell, 66 years old, a practitioner and surgeon in Louisville for forty years, died suddenly of a heart attack at 12:0? o'clock Saturday in his apartmenf in the Gaston Apartments. He was a native of Danville, and the remam3 were fouried in Beilevue this afternoon. Dr, Samuell had been bed-ridden since January 18. Reaching for a book, he fell from a dish-on which he was standing and suffered an injury to his back and chest over tiie heart. For si:: weeks his condition was so grave that he had to be keptunder ox;,- gen fcut lie appeared to improve about three Weeks ago and rallied sufficiently to sit up in bed for brief periods. He "was stricken unexpectedly Saturday and disd before Dr. Emmet R. Home and Dr. Morris M. Weiss, heart specialists, could reach his bedside. . . Dr. Samuell was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry E Samuell, Danville. After graduating from Centre College he took l i"! medicinal degree at the University of Pennsylvania and returned to Louisville to begin practice with the late Dr. James M. Holloway, one of the celebrated surgeons of his day. Later Dr. Sa,v-uel! established an independent practice fend amorto earlv collaborators were Dr. Irvin Abell and D.-. Ellis Owen. Dr. Samuell, revgnized as a .scholar by the profession, was for a time dean of the Kentucky Big, nice juicy, fresh oranees 20c dozen. JONES BROS. , AFTERNOON, MAY 15, 1933. King at Centre . Kottler . and his entries were awarded 3 first places -and one second place New Orleanian Runner-Up F. H. Poors of New Orleans was a close runner-up to Mr. Baughman in honors among the prize-wuinirijg group. His steer January,' won first place in the steer class and was sold at 10 cents a pound to S. Oddo of the St. Bernard Market. Mr. Pome3 also sold ; Turck, . second-place winner in the baby beef division to Mr. Oddo at 6 1-2 cents, anu the second prize steer, Molasses, to Schott and Company for 6 cents; . A. J, Guillot, Inc., of New Ox-leans- purchased the first prize winner in the light calf cla?s, own ed by Mr. Baughman, at 13 cents and the-rbaby beef champion, also entered by the Eureka Plantation brought 7 cents the high bidder- being Charles Lutes for the Cash Service Stores, v , Schott and Company acquired birth the light calf and heavy calf class second place winner ' at 8 and 7 cents a pound respective ly.' These calves were. sold by Mr. Baughman and A. P. Berrin of Arabi, respectively. : The Picayune also printed a large, three column picture of Mr. Baughman's prize-winner, along with; a picture of the owner himself." School of Medicine and edited the Kentucky Medical , Journal. He was a hunter and sportsman and active in pursuits cf sports until his -injury. Dr. Samuell left no immediate family.- Among first cousins are Mrs. Mary H. Terry, Mrs. A. M. ( Warren, Mrs. Janies T. Menefee anci jyfrs. Lucien D. Beckner, all j , j j ouiSville: Mrs. James H. Ter- ry, New York and Mrs. T. J. Bos-man. Nashville. Louisville Times. ", - Robert L. Coleman, ( Old Centre Student, Victim of Pneumonia Robert Logan Coleman, Ash land, Kv., one of the most popu lar of the younger students at Centre College and a member of the Freshman Class, died yeter day morning at St. Joseph's Hospital," Lexington, where he had been a sufferer from pneumonia. He was repidly recovering and was able -to sit up last Saturday, but suffered a relapse and died at 5 a.m. yesterday. The news of his demise caused a nall-'among the student body at Centre. He a j-?roher of the Phi Delta Theta Greet Letter Fraternity and the fraternity will attend the funeral tomorrow in a body by wav of showing is high esteem and great respect for the memory 4 the dee-asod -brother. The funeral will take place In' Ashland, the late home. We give service with n smile on REGAL COAL Farmers Supply Co. KEYS SOCIETY HAS ITS ANNUAL TAP DAY SERVICE One of Most Beautiful Ceremonials in College Life Started in 1921 TEA DANCE DELIGHTFUL Richard Jackson Is The Honor Student for the Year of 1932 of Society ' , The Kevs, a ribbon society at Centre College, which has one of the most beautiful ana interesting ceremonials in the college life at the above institution, held its annual tap-day - exercises " last Saturday afternoon at the Gymnasium, hn a tea dance was enj'ed by the young people- of Danville and those who cams in from out of town for the weekend. " ' The Boys Honored ; The following young men were honored by the Keys ' Fraternity, which is a Sophomore Honorary Society: . , ' ' Beta Theta Pit Mack Chown-ing. Sigma Alpha Epsilon C. C. Calvert. ... Phi Delta Thsta Wesley Stod- eui. . . Dlta Kappa Epsilon Joe Wyck-off. - Sigms C hi Harold Meroier. Phi Kaooa Tau---Frank True. Scholastic Standings . The above men are selected for their all-round standing in - college life, studies, campus activities., etc., and-it 's considered a high honor to be selected as a member of this society. A large golden key is used as ths emblem . to tap with. When this accolade is touched upon -the shoulder of the honoree',' it is the signal for loud applause of approval by the audience. Then the young man is marched over v to one corner, where his best girl pins the ribbon of honor upon his manly breast. After this ceremony is over there is a no-break dance following in which only the members of the K?ys are allowed to participate. This over, however, all renew the dancihf.The""muicfor. the occasion was made bv the Centre Majors and it was splendid.- Richard Jackson Gets High Honors ' "' Mr Richard Jackson, winner of the Keys prize last year by virtue of being a djudged the outstanding member of the Freshman class on the basis of scholarship, charac-. ter and student leadership, was also elected to membership in the fraternity. " . The bright young student is the son of Dr. and Mrs. John Jackson, of this city and he is a mighty fin young man and auite papular in all iolleae life: He is a member cf the Beta Theta Pi Greek Letter Fraternity, as, -well as being the high honor man in the Kevs Society: This society was- started Centre in 1921. '. : at FARMERS SUPPLY CO NITRATE OF SODA. RED STEER FER. r DANVILLE TAKES HONORS IN MEET Coleman Wim Singles As He And Wisner Are Second In . Doubles. ; The Danville High Siliool took its share of the honors hthe an-J nual High School I ennis Tournament which was held last weekend at the University of Kentucky. . Charles Coleman, Number One man of the D. H. S. team, under much strain defeated Johnny O'Brien, Highland High School. f ort Thomas, Saturday afternoon for the State Singles Crown. . Previous to the singles match Coleman and Wisner took part in tht finals ot.the state doubles championship with St. Xavier University. St. Xavier defeated the local team 8-6, 6-1. The tournament ooened Friday morning and Danville became the runner-up in the state only after defeating tegms. representing the Kentucky Military Institute, Mid-dleboro and Winchester. "Young Coleman was awarded a trophy bv th extension department of the University while Wisner and Coleman were given a half a dozen tnnis balls for being the second best tennis team In the state. LAWrV MOWFRS, Grasi Shearg, Hoe. Headquarters for Garden Tools. DURHAM & INGRAM DANVILLE'S LEADING Danville Golfers Lose In Initial Tilt Of The Season Here Yesterday ArhV Director Dies Hollywood, May 15 Vft John G. Adolphi, director of motion pictures for George Arliss, noted screen artist, died today of cerebral hemorrhage while on a bear hunt in British Columbia. Ernest Torrence, Noted Screen Artist, Dies Today in N. Y. ; New York, Ma 15" OT Ernest Torrerfce, aged 54, noted portray-er of character roles on the screen, died at a hospital here to-. day, having failed to rally from a recent operation for gall bladder, trouble. His wtfe, former Ilse Reamer, his .son, Ernest, Jr., and two ibrothers and other kins folk were at the bedside when the end came. Torrerice, who was six feet four, weighed 220. Once he sang in Grand Opera and , was famous as a concert pianist before he went on the stage. ; He broke into films in "Tolable David," and went on to success in "Covered Wagon" and "Ruggles of Red Gap" and a host of more recent pictures. He was a native of Edinburgh, Scotlimd. BEN KING BRINGS IN FINE STRAWBERRIES Mr. Ben King, of the Chenault Bridge, brought into Foley's Store thia morning : the? finest home grown strawberries seen in Danville in many years. .... , ' The Great General Tire Proposition Closes Saturday Although automobile tires have advanced in prices, the great proposition . being made by the General Tire Company through Mr. R. M Arnold will continue through' Saturday of thi9 week. Read the proposition jn the Daily Advocate today. : We have a complete line of Lawn Mowers. DURHAM & INGRAM First Presbyterian Church Gave $40 To Storm Sufferers The First Presbyterian Church in a special collection, contributed yesterday by the members of heir congregation made up $40 for the relief work" at Russell Springs. ' Many Visit Storm ; District in Russell The highway between Damrillb and Russell Springs was lined with automobiles carrying people to the scene of the storm disaster It is estimated that at least a thousand Boylecounfy people visited Russell cSaiity yesterday. We can give real service on COAL delivery. Farmers Supply Co. ; ... "'' ,- V : . ' JOHN "HOP" CALDWELL TO ENTER BL4.GISTRATE RACE j trict of Boyle County After being requested by a large number of my friends, and after due oonsideraxion, I am today making my formal announcement for the office of Magistrate of the First District, subject to the motion of the Democratic Primary, August 5th, 1933. " . I feel that this is a very important office, and I expect to see and talk with every voter before August 5th. . v ' If nominated and elected I will give my best effort to serve nil justly and impartially. I earnestly reouest your consideration of my candidacy. , ' i Your vote will be greatly appreciated. -- Sincerely vour, - JOHN B. CALDWELL. Notice: We have a CO LOSSAL reduction on RE GAU RED . DIAMOND,"' rf ihe u2ffi. cimlry j nrn t)t 1 mc i-r tic Cluh- accompanied the Ixmt;ton and KLU rLUML COALD. golfers over yesterday. Crne Farmers Supply Co. NEWSPAPER FOR $8 YEARS. Lexington Players Defeat Locals bv One Point in Spirited Contest . The Danville Golfers made their 1933 debut in the Central Ksntucky golf league yesterday afternoon, but emerged "Bud-, weiser." .. . , J: '" Although the local team lost by' the small margin of one point, they nevertheless covered themselves with glory, ; Danville lost only after a huge ' struggle, and that struggle was more than paper can describe.- . '- Jack Mohnsy defeated Wilbur Meece on both sides of the match by the score of one up. Mohnsy had five birdies with five tremendous putts, while Meece had thre? birdies. . The difference in birdies was the difference in the match, two up. These two boys will ba the class of the league and manv fine battles are going to be waged between them, When two fine golfers get together and play a difficult course in even par, thin you see some real golf. Mr. Joe, Stag? went, around in I-don't-care fashion to beat Pete Respasa one point. When this man Stagg gets ready to take this old game serious he wijl b ons of the hardest golfers in the State to beat. We should have won this match.. - . - Donald. Butier, not 'being used to the terrific rough that we have, had to take, a beating from Professor Lampert, the Music genius from Stat,"? University. Prof. Lampert is nobody's easy-mark on the golf course Donald seemed to ba having his troubles. Mr. . Robinson of Lexington, formerly of Virginia, came thru to defeat Noel Frazier of Danville by one point. Robinson is. a real golfer and one of the best plavers on ih Lexington team. Al Hurt of Danville, won two points from Doctor Herring, of Lexington. This boy Hurt is a comer in this match play business. . Hurt hits the ball plenty hard and with a little smoothness on his short game, will be in tha top-flight. Mr. R. Smith Dulin, Danvills, who knows a thing or two about putting, did plenty to Mr. Tunisr of LSximtton, and come home with 3 fins .points for . a clean sweep for the Danville tearn.' Nate Elliott, Lexington, won all the'way from Mr. Fisher Wilmore, of Danville. Nate .didn't allow the Harrodsburg man a look in. Wilmore will win his share'., of matches and don't you worry. - Little Junior Calvert (Bless his heart,, girls) clipped old man Jewell (nee Mrs. Foster) on the chin for three points and a nica win for the Danville team. Charley just came out of the Horsepis- tol and didn't feel much like a golfer, but did fine. . ' A nice day for you .boys and a good start in a tough league. Danville will be ud there at tha finish and you can bet on that. . There were more people at the club yesterday than have, been there all year. Mr. Add Lani?r did a great thing for the c'"b when he joine-J this golf leagus. Now you should know what wa' mean Iby having every man, wi-man and child "a member. . Wa need members and that's what' v3 are goina to get. Any person who fame to the club yesterday should know that we are going olaes. . We don't mean to be rude-, bun the golf olub is for members only. On the 23lh, Jack Monney ami Wilbur Meeos repr?sentio? the Dnvill Countrv club, vnll plav Ward Hillrich Audabon. and "Spike" Clines also Audabon and State Amatuer champion in an eighteen hole match.. Get your dues p?id up and tome out for thia matih these boys csn plav golf.- . -,; . .j . '-. The membership drives started this morning and you Iwtwr strain every- muscle to get in lina, the counVv club is going to ba-well Worth belonging o before niany davs. When you see Mr. Howard Robinson and Mr. Bsr-rett Nirhols come into yc-ur pi?-??, this dty m t-r.morrow, just g?t your check book out. Mr. William Courtney, rres:- dent of the First National Bnk I and Mr. Nichols, also a prominent 1 again, gentltancn.
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