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\lTV61l 1 r&l i/nCFt m Enieat Money, Co?t and G. B.
ra. Gam WilM, Burette Richard'
‘8(hi Of Mr. and Mrs. M. A*
Vkkeryf Joins Gamma
• Sigma Epsilon
By, ERNEST BEATY
J Davidson, Feb. 2». — Three
fconorary academic fraternities at
Davidson today extended . bids to
new men. Pi Delta .Mpha. Pro-
, medical fraternity invited to
membership Messrs. Willlaui M.
Brown. Knoxville, Tenn.. and
John H. Fitzgerald of Crewe,
Those invited by Gamma Sig
ma Epsilon, Chemical fraternity,
are: BenJ. L. Moore. Pendleton,
S. C.; Chas. -M. Norfleet. Jr..
Winston-Salem. N. C^, and Lewis
M. Vickery. North Wilkesboro.
The Physics fraternity. Sigma
Pi Sigma, offered membership to
J. Hubert Powell. Navasota,
Texas: William Bogart. Char
lotte, N, C.. and .lames W. White.
Graham. N. C.
These students liav^‘ accepted
275. Simon Shew, Cosrt and 6. B.
276. Buster (L. R.) Porter, CWI*.
and G. B. «•
277. Vance Adam^ Cost,
278. Presley Higgins, Cost.
279. Cecil Faw, Cost.
280. W. R. Haynes, Cost.
281. Boss Absher and Bill Gilreath,
Costland G. B.
282. Don Mitchell, Cost.
283. elate Brown, Cost.t
66. Eugene Vannoy.
170. Eugene Vannoy.
67i J. P. Church.
68. Bill Jones. ‘
60. R. T. Pardue. ;
61. Press Curry. '
62. Baxter Fletcher, Edith Ander*
111. Baxter Fletcher,
63. Todd Darnell.
64. Armstead- Brown.
65. Henry Frazier.
66. Isadore Walker.
,191.' Grouse, Gol4a«-Ab^r-'
inn, Talmage AndAson.^
192. C. G. Durham.
193. Cecil Wiles.
194. Harry Pipes.
‘ 196, 274. Sherman
198. Philmpte Forester. .
199. Bine Foster. '
200. John Powell.^-
: 201. Tom Yates.
202. Wjlliam McCrary,"
203. Foy Sl^pherd.
Satu^Mayv March IS, 10S3
418. Odell Woodie. ^
419. dhai^ C. Watson,
420. Joe Walsh. *■"
421. 011k Waddell.
422. Earl Wyatt.
423. Jeff Lyall, Sidney Roten, Lan
4?!1. Jeff Lyall. ^
i&i. Cager Kilby; Press Adatns.
427. Pate St I
204. E. C. Reynolds, Flossie^Rey-j 429, Edward Jennings.
284 Lamly Nichols and Lelia Lam- j 271. Isadore Walker, Nannie Wall-
beth. Cost. ‘i ®>’-. T E 7""
2S6. Chester Shepherd, Cost and j 69. Mattie Thomas.
B. ! 70. Charlie Whittington.
287. James Clonch, Shelly Stone, 71, 128. Lee Hawkins.
Clyde Anderson, Cost,
288. Elliott Williams, Cost
G. B. J
290. Council (Pet) Hiyes, Cost.
291. James Cheek, Cost.
292. Noah Brown, Cost and G. B. j
72. Dock Church.
73. Lloyd Absher.
74. 108. Roo.sevelt Pearson.
75. Walt Becknell, Marvin Gilreath.
76. Will McGlammery, (Alias W.
293. William Jones, Co.st and G. B. j 77, 79. Julius Johnson.
29-1 John T Nicliols, Cost. 1 78. Frark Johnson, Julius Johnson.
295 George \^nnoy, Cost. ' ^0. Charlie Stone, Will Owens,
296. Hilary Blevins, Co.st > Raymond Elledge, Howard
297. Claud Minton, Cost and G. B. Lankford, Hort Key
298. Clint Hawkins, Cost. Charlie Stone, Bane Wood, Wil-
299. David Roten, Jr., Cost s®" Owens,
300. Ei-vin vShepherd, Co.st and G. B.; ^2. Wilson Owens, Charlie Stone.
Given By P.-T. A.
310. C. B. Lovett, Cost.
302. .4.1ec Pruitt, Co.st.
303. A. F. Pruitt, Cost.
313. Clyde Benge, Appearance.
319. Andy Reavis, Judgment.
330. Glen Hawkins, Co.st
340. Roy Rhoads, Judgment.
351. Sewell Eller, Good Behavior, j j;]iacj Tharpe
Charlie Stone, Rufus Hall, Troy
Saturday, March 11, 1933
I 87. Maiidy Griffin,
i 88. Raymond Walker.
! 89. Vance i,ovett.
90. Will Caudill.
j364'i. Bryant Stone (In Supreme 192. Arthur Parlier.
Wilkesboro Group Ob.serves
Founders Day; Old Way
.And New Wav ShowTi
366. Roy Harrold, Gooil Behavior.
I 490. Jim Wagoner and Ernest
491. Bill Higgins, Appearance.
424. Walter Burchette.
An excellent program was pre-
aented at the meeting oi the Wil-
kesboro Parein-Tteacher Associ- j 238. General Lee Ruppard.
atlon Friday evening when; Dan Ander.son.
Pounders l>ay was observed. The j Russell Smith.
attendance was the largest this Willie Foster. - ^
year, many parents and teachers Nick Daimell.
being pre.sent, Leroy Hodge.
A toy orchestra, trained by | 144, 161, 425. Gus Bauguss,
Mrs. Grace Edwards, was a de-• Florence Bauguss.
*■ 'itfiil feature of the program i Mollie Rash.
' '■ lilUe children, with their I Doilie Gobi.
I ' I costumes consisting of Ethel Mitchell.
■ ». trousers and cape, weie di-l Charlie Hague (col.)
434. Clarence Morrison.
■d on the stage by little Miss
■ "a Ogilvie.
' llowirg their performaiice,
.A. K. Ogilvie. presidenl ot
association. who presided.
'e a brief talk, announcing
ruituros of the program and re-
Djiuded that the meeting was tor
the purpose of observing Fonnd-
A playlet, under the diivetinn
of Miss Crare C.ilreatli and Mrs.
Hemphill, was given by pupils of
the fourth and fifth grades. The .
playlet was iiitroduced liy Marion
Beach, who look the part of the j 389
“spirit of learning.’' The stiKlents
showed whal le.irported to be the
old way in llie tiome and school
where children all drank water
out of the same dii>per ami where
many unsanitary methods wiu’e
used. The pieinre was then turn
ed to the modern liotne and the
modern school where class-room
work and home life were more in
keeping with the advances in
The .secoiul grade was winner
ot the. prize which .goes to the
ttrade having the largest number
of parents in attendance
fiftli grade was second
Elmer Hampton, (col.)
Tuesday, .March 7, 1933
. . Robert Grinton.
:’>77. .\'ina .Martin, Charlie Martin,
.Annie Marlin Mathi.s, Emma
Martin and Vertie Martin.
226. 326. Charlie Wal.sh.
190. W. T. Johnson.
> Monroe Combs.
I 4.57. Ivy Brown.
Wednesday, March 8, 19.33
! 7. Clyde Uvingston.
j 19. Joe Brock.
20. Cicero Adams,
I 21. R, D. Grier.
95. Gilbert Eller.
96. 118. Boston Parks.
97. I. T. Anderson, George Stroud.
98. May Johnson, J. A. Russell.
99. Theodore Porter.
100. Granville Johnson.
101. Blanche Johnson, David John
Mbnday, March 13, 1933
350. Joe Baugus.s and John. Bau-
102. Spencer Simmons, Norman
(jrubb, Robert Simmons.
104. Marshall Ander-son.
106. Monroe Griffin.
107. Roy Roberson, Maynard Rob
erson, Hugh Roberson, Os
143. Roy Roberson. -
109. Lynn Love, Fonse Anderson,
110, 145. George Holland.
112. George V. Blevins.
113. Vernon Sprinkle.
115. Tommie Joiiies.
116. Eula .Shepherd.
117. Herman Myers.
119. Sam Brown, Bine Brown, Bud
169. Bud Naler.
120. W. P. Rhoads, Roy Rhoads.
! 121. Wilmer Brown.
i 123. EveretrWiles, Eck Wiles.
1 313 Janie Wile.s.
357, Elbert Wiles, ■ Adam Wiles,
205. J, W, Martin, Huie Martin,
■7L Carl Pardue.
206. Veron Jtjhnson, W. Mc-
207. Blanche Threat, Johnsie John
son.' - -T t
208. Travis Wyatt '
209. Vincent Casey.
210. Conrad Bumgarner.
211. Jim Bumgarner, Ellen Bum-
gamer, (El) Sallie Bumgar
212. J. H. Kirby, Kelcy Taylor.
213. Marshall Hampton.
214. Alvin Coffey, Estill Hayes.
Thursday, March 16, 1933
216. Dewey Yates.
219. Lawrence Call.
220. Reuben Colvert.
221. Charlie Taylor, Bual Taylor.
223. Chester Lowe.
224. Dallas Moore, Eugene Haupe,
225. Rosa Walsh.
227. John Anderson, Parks Bill
228. Thurmond Pinnix.
229. R. D. Saunders.
231. Coy I.aws.
232. Gene Colbert, Phola Cocker-
233. G. H. Reeves.
234. Charlie Combs.
236. Raymond Cleary.
237. Arlie Myers.
239. Carl Sailor.
240. Joyce Hege, Henry Hege.
241. Walter Tidline.
242. Ralph Freeland.
243. Charlie Jenkins.
244. John McNeHi.
245. John Williams.
246. Cleve Marley, Woodrow Mar-
247. America Call.
249. Rom Vannoy.
250. Rob Shumate.
364. R. G. Shumate.
253. Vernon Porter.
254. Tallie Anderson, Gemey Priv-
ette, Glen Johnson.
255. Jesse Cleary, Roo.sevelt Sheets.
258. 258. William Byers.
260. Luther Privette, Fred Lowe.
261. Ray Holloway, Texie Hollo
262. Dallas Carter.
264. Dewey Rhoads.
265. Bob Crysel.
266. Sewell Robin.son.
267. Howard Farr, Ernest Marlow-.
268. 370. Lonnie Johnson.
269. Eugene Reavis.
270. Katherine Kelly.
272. James Walsh, H. G. Minton,
W. E. Horton.
: 356. Albert Wiles anil Janie Wiles, j 273. W. A. Jones, Clinard Jones,
fourth gralp third. n \- „
The program ended with th® 17"’7. cu g j
TS..I21. t. 0. \aiinov. Con Shepherd
ehildren singing ami Everett Shepherd.
Bea.it.tul '"‘■■I Shepherd. Con Shep-
their seats the aiulitorium. | ,3s, ^52. Roby Kilby.
25. Will Bentley.
150. Emmet Hollow-ay, .less Hollo-
j way, Theodore Sebastian.
: 259. Roland Johnson, Emmet Hol-
! 125. Thomas Swaim.
126. Ford White, Ford Kennedy,
Tuesday, .March 14, 1933
; 127. R. I,. Hayes.
I 129. Rob V'ickers.
j 130. Stanley Oakley,
j 131. Press Hampton.
,431. James Crater, Pres.s Hampton.
1 132, 215. Lawson Eller.
' 143. Coy Anderson, Clay Anderson.
13.5. Lonnie Wingler.
136. Minnie Clonch, Royal Clonch.
174. Clyde Anderson, Royal Clonch.
' 147. Arthur Call.
To Meet Thursday
“How Does 'Hour Garden
Grow ?” To Be Theme
Of The Program
26. N. C. Beshears.
28. Bill .A. Caudill.
30, 31, 84. Marcus Moore.
93. M. .A. Moore.
•33. Dora Lane, Mary I.ane.
139. Bunk Brewer.
140. Con Wyatt.
142. H. L. Feijfuson, Mead Hamby.
146. Code Shatley.
147. Rob Eller.
148. E. F. Wagoner.
149. Burttie Ellis.
The Wilkesboro Grange will
meet at the ronrt house on
TBliirsrlay Marvli 2. at 7:30 p. m.
“How lines your gariU-ii grow?"
fa the program siibjert anil mem
bers will eoiitribiitp bits of .gar
den iiifonmition or e.xperieiiie
that they have foniiil new, e(-
firient or intero.sliug. The .siihor-
dinate is fortimate in having as
members .\lr. G Hemlrn
Joe Ellis. Jr. and Mr
Wright who will help
members with ideas
garden should grow.
The program will relax
fts garden growing with a game
or contest to close with.
All members are urged to at
of how the
SEEN BY SENATORS
Washington —The senate met at
jioon today in the shadow of a gi
g'-tic .spider—harmless enough
was on canvas web hanging
o- a rear wall at the requ st of
fie ator Norris. Over it i.s the
wtion, “The Spider Web of Wall
Norris ej^ects to make a sp'ech
•n the subject soon.
“Wall Street” is captioned on
Ok apider’s body, while^ its arnf
- 0T legs are entitled: J- P- Morgan
‘and company; Chase National
Guaranty Trust comi«ny:
Jiaricers Trust company; Fhrsi
.^g^nal bank; National City
bank: Central Hanover bank and
^ Irving Trust company-
.Forming the web around these
«fs are bated virtually all the
alocks on the New York exchange.
Monroe Wyatt and Dora I.ane., tiege Miller, Len Miller.
W. D. Woodruff.
.■).>. Eugene Eller.
36. Fred Shumate.
37. Frank Bailey.
2:W. Frank Bailey anil Bill Grinton.
38. W. S. Holman.
.'79, J. F. Prevette.
40. J. P. Prevette, Willie Sidilon,
94. J. P. (Bull) Prevette.
68. Bud Preiette.
67. Will .Siddoit. *
Thursday, March 9,
4.30. William Connor.
41. N'ila Parker.
■f2. Hilary Fo.ster.
217. Will Call. Hilary Foster, Mai
garet Foster, Lessie Shev
218. Minnie Call, Margaret Fostei
Lessie Shew, Gypsy Call, Mr:
McKinley Gurry, Kathleer
307i Margaret Foster, Kathleei
141. Will Call, Clifford Church, Gi!
Eller, Dock- Call, Fred Glass
.John Elmore, Koonce Pre
.54. Clilfonl Church.
256. Koonce Prevette.
Clinard johnson, Elisha Min
ton, Mack Minton.
388. Clinard Johnson.
386. Clay Shephenl.
304. Noah Baldwin.
30-5. Lake Cooper.
306. J. A. Clarnpet.
308. Virginia Hayes.
309. Roby Bailey, Sara Williams.
310. Bert Royal.
311. Don Barber. ^
312. 320. Tom Davis.
313. Janie Wile.s.
314. Fo.ster Smith.
Friday, March 17, 1933
316. R. C. Wal.sh, P. W. Wither
spoon, Reuben Colbert.
317. Thurmond Billings.
317'2. Reuben Redmon.
318. Hickmon Minton and Scheyler
321. Carl Oakley.
322. Roy Lowe. , ,
32.3. Jame.s Cheefc
324. John G. Bauguss; ..
32.5. Azer Comb.s.
i 327. Clonnie Blackbunt.
1328. George Minton and Johney
^ 329. Russell Prevette.
331. Hubbard Higgins.
332. Charles Harris, Eli
1.52. Van Caudill.
153, 160. Sherman Bauguss.
154. W- A. (Harrispn) Prevette
L55. Carl Ballaril Jack Ballard, Inaj 333. Ed Hayes, Dare Haye.s.
Ballard, Mozellc Ballard, Irma I 334. Emma Pijkinton.
Ballard. ! 335. Freemon Minton.
157. Mozelle Ballard. 333. Palmer Langford.
173. .Jack Ballard. | 337. Claude Pavne.
156. Oak Osborne. j 33s, 339. Clifton Ruff.
158. Will Fleenor. * 341. Claude Eller.
159. Will Fleenor, Mrs. Willie Weli-| 343. Rom Haye.s.
^ I 3'43. R. I,. Hendren.
162. Shuba Queen, Mary Baugu.s.s,! 344. Cr„ver Walker.
432. S. J. Earp.
436. N. C. Miller.^
4;i5'/4- Geoige Upchurch.
436. JoJm .E. Key, ..
437. Evan Wiles, r’ ^ •
438. Jim Wood. -.gT-
439. Roosevelt Snow. '
440. Erwin Shepherd, Cos Shep^
441. Clyde Adarnib. . « '
442. Dal Huffman, Albert Huffman.
444. J. P. Prevette. '
446. Edward Dancy.-'
446. Blain Dancy. ,
447. J. R. Gamble. „
449. Lee Joints.
450. Lee (Drude) Hampton.
461. Jack J.r.es,
452. J. M. Myers.
453. Ernest Martin.
454. Albert Rymer.
455. Grant Parsons.
456. Lee Combs, Claud Parker.
457. Ira Brown.
458. Raymond Adams.
469. Nixon Vannoy.
460. J. H. Alexander.
463. U. A. Miller.
Cases that were not docketed
when the Calendar was made out
will be called on Friday and Satur
day of the second week. In the
event that a case is not reached
on the day it is calendared then
the case will b« continued until the
next term of criminal court and
state’s and defendant’s witnesses
excused for the term, except in
jail cases and cases in process of
trial and murder cases-
Fun«ral Held Today At fjOCll
Methodist Churdi; Mason
* ' And Junior _
Funeral services Were condiicj-
ed this afternoon (Monday) at 2
o'clock' from Nor^ WllkesbpfiJ
Metjfodlst church for F,
am. whe passed away Satjii^y
Sixth j«4 Seventlr:
Visit Hag:e Poplit
, New Rendezvottt;
- a ■ II
Last Wednesday,-’ wbi^
Qeor^ Washington’s 2ftT|^
slxwi grades of Cricket consolt
dated school made a picnic
to a huge poplar tree about j
miles back from historic
vons Mcmntaln,.. They
morning at his home in the dty. (by their. teaefcors,'
®?jc. Whittington and' Carl'Chan
the Wllkesbnro Methodist charge, 7®-,® -P*
was In charge, being assisted by
Rev. Eugene Olive, pastor of the
First Baptist Ohureh of North
tell it in hta PWfi'woi'i»;
“We started about 9 ft, itj • ^
truck which took ns Ajp to Puf-
lear. We walked on from there
Wilkesboro, and Rev. Martin, about three- miles to the' large
SETS CROP LOAN
LIMIT TO $300
Washington — Secretary Hyde
has announced that J300 will be
the maximum loan to any farmer
from the $90,000,000 fund set
aside by congress for crop produc
In addition to reducing the max
imum from $400 in 1932, Hyde is
sued regulations providing ^hat
farmers who are delinquent in re
payment of two or more prior
loans will be limited to $100 in or
der to conserve the fund from
which nearly 1.000,000 farmers
are expected to seek assistance.
The loan will be a first lien on the
Congress authorized the secre
tary of agriculture to require
acreage reduction up to 30 per
cent as a loan condition and Hyde
said this will be enforced except in
‘he case of minor producers and
growers of perennials. Orchardists
will not be required to cut down
their trees or otherwise reduce
their producing capacity to quali
fy. for aid. '
Shortly before Hyde’s announce
ment, Don MeVay, chief of the
pastor of the Pentacostal Holi
ness dhurah. Interment followed
In Greenwood cemetery.
' Mr. Mllara was a member of
the Junior Order and of the Ma
sonic lodge and the burial service
of the Juniors was held with the
Masons attending the funeral and
burial services ip a group.
Mr. Milam, a-former employee
of the Meadows Mill company,
had been in poor health for more
than a year, being unable to
work during this period. His con
dition gradlially became 1 worse,
his death not being unexpected
to the family.
F. M. Milam was born May 29,
1879 and' was, therefore, 63
years, 8 months and 26 days of
Surviving him are his wife and
two daughters, Mrs. W. G. Hutch
ins and Mrs. Rosalie Edwards.
tree. Each school child took a
pencil and paper and tcy>k notes
on the things we saw and
ally the tree^ We measur^' tbe~
tree and found it to be 30-' feet
around at the point we meaedPOd^i
-about a foot from thp grou
“The tree has a large hd
with a hole on the lower
most large enough for~' a doori
This tree is no doubt severdll
hundred years old. AH the if
were in the tree at one tfmej
Sixth grade, with ten less
had' no difficulty in getting 1|
"The fifth .grade partlclp
in the picnic style dinner.-^ all
them putting their dinner
gether and there was plenty
“We got back to school aboat
3:3u In the afternoon.”
John Shatley Dies
At Home Near Cycle
Funeral Held Today At
O’clock At Mount Zion
Church At Cycle
John Shatley, aged resident of
Cycle, was claimed by death Sat
urday. He was 76 years ot age
on October 13 ot last year.
The funeral service was held
at Mt, Zion church today (Mon
day) at 11 o’clock with Rev. D.
C. Clanton in charge.
Surviving him are his wife.
Mrs. Mary Lane Shatley, two
sons, J. I. ami Sanford; four
daughters, Mrs. Emma Roberts,
Mrs. Lillie Anderson, Mrs. Cora
Gregory and Mrs. Leaniia Pre
vette. and several grandchildren.
CLEAN BROODER HOUSE
NECESSARY FOR CHICKS
A perfectly clean and sanitary
brooder house is needed for
growing out the baby chicks
bought of hatched for replace
ment of layers in the poultry
“Some of “the leading poultry
growers tif this state declare
that the preparation ot the
brooder house is one of the most
Important steps in the produc
tion of healthy birds,” says C.
rJ’’- Fnrrisb- >)oultry extension
crop production loan office, /"“«^ Lpeciaiiat at State College. “These
a vigorous denial before the house
expenditures committee that gov-
c-rnAient employes in his division
had, engaged in unusual political
Hyde said that loans will be
made only to farmers who are un
able to obtam funds for crop prod
uction from othter sources. No
loans will be made to applicants
with a means of livelihood other
than agriculture, or for payments
of taxes, debts* or interest, or for
the purchase of machinery or live
men have found that the house
must be thoroughly cleaned be
fore beginning with the new
crop of chicks and it it is port
able. the house should be moved
to fresh ground This means
soil that has not been used by
The following amusing
written in English by a Japanesol
boy, first published in a Malayl
newspaper, was clipped from anl
English' magazine by Mr. H. H.|
Morehouse and given The Jour-!
“The banana are great re-1
iiiarkahle fruit. He are construCt-j
ed in the same architectural]
style as sausage, difference be-,
ing skin of sausage are habitiial-1
ly consumed, while it is not adrl
visable to eat wrapping of bana-^
11a. The Banana are held
w'hile consuming: sausages
usually left in a reclining posi
tion. Sausage depend for ere
tion on human being of stiifff
machine, while banana are Pris
tine Product of honorable moth-J
er nature. In case of sausage,
both conclusion are attached
other sausage; banana on of
hands are attached to one end to
stem and opposite termination]
entirely loose. Finally banana’
are strictly of vegetable king
dom. while affiliation of sausage
Bills Are Passed:
Raleigh^ Feh. 2:i.- The bill
eliminating the comer of Wilkes
county from the jurisdiction of 1
the recorder’s court of Elkin, In
process for several weeks , was 1
passed in the house of represen
tatives today, after passage pre
viously in the senate, and wa*
ordered enrolled for ratification.
The two Forsyth county court
i bills, one providing for
poultry tor yt least three years.” porsyth cou
To clean, the brooder house
thorouj^ily, Mr. Parrish advo
cates sweeping the walls, floor
and ceiling; then scraping the
floor clean of any dirt or drop
ping. and. following this by a
thorough scrubbing of the floor
Regional offices set up by the,de- ^ ^ lye-water solution.
partment last year in Washington
Memphis.^ St- LoUis, Dallas, Minne
apolis and Salt Lake City, will
handle the distribution of loans.
BLACK AND YELLOW
TO BE COLOR FOR
1934 AUTO PLATES
ty courts, and fixing the starting
dates, and the^ other providing
for two-week terms of the supe
rior court of Forsyth county and
fixing the dates of beginning, fti- ■'
trod need a few weeks ago. w^
both passed in the house and s«5t
to the senate today, The#^
Bunch Glas.s William.-
)73. Shuba Queen, Dew’ey Ander
251, 252. Mai'y Baugu.ss.
163. Tom Perry, Claud Perry.
IG?. John Andy Brown, Charlie
Smith, Russell Watkins, Eu
gene Bailey, Hub Turner,
Annie - Lou Adams, Ruby Ad
ams Ruth Woodie. .
Wednesdsy. March 15, 1933
16.5. Bob Wyatt.
166. CharJie Osborne.
167. George E. Blevins.
168. Hubert Day.
171. Bill Gilreath, Ollie Wyatt.
172. Rufe Vannoy.
175. Lindsey Johnson.
25'" Koonce Prevette, Arthur Bell.; 173. Mitch Whittington, Ben Whit
43. Mack Dyson. tington, Wiley Huffman.
103. Mack Dyson, Wil.son Barnhill.
44. Garner Hamby.
45. Simon Shew, Cornelia Wyatt.
46. Ernest Torter.
47. Howard Cockerham.
48. Brady Hatriby.
49. Vaughan Holloway, Manley
Richardson, Egbert Wiles.
50- John T. Dula.
Friday, March 10, 1933
51. Mack Jolly.
52. George Wood, Dan Gray.
29^.32. Gray Taylor.
177. Bob Vannoy.
178. Alonzo Sheets.
179. Odell Wyatt, Lester Roberts,
j Spencer Roberts.
I 180. D. Arvil Mathis.
181. J. B. Bumgarner.
182. Lester Bauguss. (Dead).
183. Iness Bau^ss.
184. Pansy Billings.
185. Sam Bailey.
186. H. E. EBedge.'
j 187. Connie Holbrook.
188. Squire Hutchison.
189,^30. Joince Joiiies.
345. Turner Foster.
346. Shover Church.
347. Fred Gilreath.
348. George Bumgarner.
.349. Hazel McGlammery.
350(2. Hays Barber.
353. Spencer Cleary, Alfred Wyatt.
354. Alfred Wyatt.
355. Larry Brookshire.
358, 359, 360, 361. R. A. Hubbard.
362. Early Spears.
363. Robert Mastin.
361, 381. ..Von Combs.
367. E. E. Bauguss.
368. H. S. Smith.
369. E. E. Myers.
371. Clarence Holloway, Dock Rob
inson, Mack Lane, Garfield
Holloway, ’ Clifton Adams,
Clyde Cantor. ^
372. Fred Childress, Claud Gryder,
374. Luther Hackett.
375I Robert Nichols.
376. C. G. Armfield, Alec Chatham.
378. Harrison Dillard.
379. T. J. McNeill. »
380. E. D. Hamby.
383.. Da've Burchett
384. John" Porter.
S8S.’ Barney Harrold.
386. Jack Jon«s, Gaither Kilby.'
428. Jack Jones. »' —’iw
Ira “ *
The walls to a height of 18 inch- a„j(,ndments would
es from the floor should also %e j
scrubbed with this solution.'
Make it by using one..Ca» of lye
to ten gallons, of water. Do not
use the“ lye on a conSrete floor,
however. " . "
After tile floor and walls are
dry...-tbey cap be sprayed with
about!any standard iHsinfectant or sear-
.led with a fire gun. All the
ent ola es and’wiil'be yellow* and equipment used in the hou.se
P - -- .« —:— should be cleaned thorouRhly.
Mr. Parrish believes it a good
details 1 plan to have a foot mat at the
North Carolina’s 1934 automo
bile licen.se .tags ..will be
three-fourths the size ef the pres-j
black, A. J. Maxwell, commi.ssion-
er of revenue, announces.
Mr- MaxweP said 7 V (,f (.he brooder house
concerning the tags had not be™,uoor^o_
worked out but that in the interest
of economy *he yellow and black
colors would be used on smaller
and lighter steel plates.
As the tags wiP be placed in
plain envelopes when sold over the
counter at license p)ate stations
instead of in the patented-p^ket
envelopes now used, additional
money will be saved in that way-
L. S. HaStris, director of the
motor vehicle bureau, said.it was
figured that the charges would
resu't in savings of abou‘ $14,000
to $15,000 annually in the coat
of making and handling license
pecially if there have been any
outbreaks of . disease on the
place. To make this foot matk
he suggests saturating two sacks
with a standard disinfectant and
have all visitors and attendant
wipe their shoes carefully before
entering the building.
The bill -which would change
the boundary line between Ashe
and Wilkes counties hack to
what it was fbefore being changed
two years ago. was passed by the
house and. sent to the senate.
Mid-Week Services |
HOME OF PREACHER
BURNS IN ALLEGHANY
Mount Airy. Feb. 33—Fire de
stroyed the Methodist parsonage
at Nathans Creek last night, ac
cording to a message received
here this morning by Rev. W. E.
Poovey, presiding elder of the
Mount 4-lry dlsti^t. . The parson
age was occupied by the Rev. W.
Union Service At M
Church Friday AfternoonBenfleW. pastor of the Laruel
union service for the ob- Springs -olrcult and Mrs. Benfleld
servance of' the World Day of
Prayer will be held at the North
Wilkesboro Methodist church
Friday - afternoon, March 3. at
3:36 o’clock. Missionary societies
of the three churches—Prwby--
torhm, Baptist and Methodist—
will take'part. Otheii are .cordial
ly UiiTited to join them Inthe'
who happened to be away from
home at the time. Nothing in the
way of clothing and furniture
was saved except ‘ the clothes
thefc.' were wearing. This is a
hard blow to the pastor and hla
churdh. ^urel Springs, circuit
serves a section of Ashe and Alle
ghany counties and te a part,of
the Mount Airy dtetrtet..
Several special services have'
been arranged for *he mid-wrek
prayer meetings at the Wil’
boro Baptist Church. Orf'last
Wednesday a well-prepared pro
gram was interestingly given 1^
the Sunbeams under the leader
ship of Mrs. 0. K. WhitMngti
and other helpers and the Jr.
A’s. with Mrs. David Lowe, thi
Judging from the large congre
gation that attended the services ’
last Wednesday and the interest
taken in preparing these p.'ogrsm
we are expecting great results
from the meetings-
The program coniiinues as fw '
lows: ' »■*
March 1—The Y. W. A- 4!
March 8—Dr G- T. MitchsU^;,
March 16-'-Atty. Mack Brown-w
March 22-^Atty. Kyle Hayes. ‘
Mareh 29—The W. M. D.
Aprh fi-n^termediate G- A-’i
and tliein»^. Mrs. A. A. Stur
All are invited to attend
serviees each evening at
We can nee your
com. Will ]wy 60c per
cash. ~ lUe Goodwill