lula roberts and platt and robert e lee memorial
16. 1930 MRS. PLATT IS SAMED ON '!on: Representative Lindsay Warren, : dell, of Wilmington, State president Lee Memorial Body Mrs. Charlea Malcom Piatt has accepted an Invitation to become head of the Buncombe County committee for the Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation in North Carolina, of 1 which Mrs. Fdwin C. Gregory, of i Salisbury, is chairman, j Josiah W. Bailey, cf Raleigh, ha I aecpted the State chairmanship of ; the finance committee for this organization in ral"lng funds for the 1 restoration of Iee's birthplace. Stratford Hall, on the Potomac River. I Mrs E. L. McKee. of fiylva. president of the State United Daughter of the Confederacy. Is chairman of the advisory committee and Mjs Gertrurie Carraway. of New Bern. It. i publicity chairman. Mis. Mary Henderson, of Salisbury, is State secre-t.nrT and Captain Nathan O'Berrv. of Goldsboro. is State treasurer of the organisation, j A State rouncil Is being appointed bv Mrs. Gregory, the members of 1 which will he chairmen from every county in the Stnte and the presidents or heads of oil State patriotic, civic, and fraternal organization in North Carolina. Through these it is hoped to tecure the Interest and cooperation of the members in the : various societies. y f Although the State director has ; only recently started organization ) work in North Carolina, she reports ! gratifying enthusiastic response and 1 rexults so far. Many letters of en- dorsement have been received, including one from Governor O. Max j Gardner. Raleigh citizens are ar-, ranging for the program for the first State meeting to be held Monday in me otate capitoi at Raleigh. Among those already appointed on the advisory committee are Senator P. M. Simmons, of New Bern; Senator Lee 8. Overman, of Salisbury: Dr. Henry Louis Smith, who will be the main speaker at the first State meeting: Mrs. O. Max Gardner. Judge Johnson Hayes, of Greensboro: Captain 8. A. Ashe. Joseph us Daniels, and Mrs. Palmer Jerman. of Raleigh: Bishop Thomas C. Darst, of Wllming- : Washington; Mrs. Ralph Van Land ing ham. ol Charlotte, vice president general. D. A. R.; Mrs. Charles R Whttakr. of Southern Pines, state D. A. R regent: Mrs. Alfred M. Wad- Colonial Dames: R. D. W. Connor, Chhpel Hill: Mrs. W. N. Reynolds, Robert Htnes ana uurton f-raitie Winston-SUem; Dr. Archibald joa and Fred L. Seely. Ashev Carolina Girl Gains Weight Amazingly NATURE controls all the functions of our digestive organs save one. We control that; and a lot of trouble it causes. Children suffer when they don't observe regular bowel habits. Breath becomes fetid; tongue coated; eyes dull. A host of ailments; biliousness, feverishness, lack of appetite follow if we neglect this warning that a child's bowels need help. In such cases California Fig Syrup never fails to help by the prompt opening of clogged intestines. The first spoonful does that; and relieves the common symptoms of constipation. Successive doses help tone and strengthen weak stomach and bowels ; improve appetite ; encourage CALIFORNIA r h 1 k Cfc Johu-i ville I FIG SYRUP THE BICH.TRUITY IAXATIVE AND TONIC FOR CHILDREN digestion and assimilation. In a few nays a child is well, happy and bright again. The way children improve when California Fig Syrup is u?ed is the best proof of its merit. Here's an example; Mrs. T. J. Barefoot, 805 Kim St., Raleigh; N. C, says: "Virginia was bothered with constipation several years ago and I decided to give her California Fig Syrup. It made such a difference in her that I have used it since then for every little upset. It helps her digestion; regulates her bowels: keeps her strong and energetic. I am sure it is one thing that is helping her gain weight at such a wonderful rate, now." The pure vegetable Droduct. endorsed by doctors for oO years, always bears the wordCaJiornta.