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l«ae. ot thh eitT, vas
Js«k O. Rhodes,' ot West
rsoB, ynB a visitor to the
T. J. A. Oilllsm, ot Hays, was
aslness visitor la > the city
[Mr. W, J. Shutord, ot Hickory,
among -the hnstness visitors
city Wednesday. ,
Mr. R. C- Barr, of West Jef-
lerson, was a business visitor to
e city Tuesday.
Mr. Percy Walters, ot this city,
made a business trip to Elkin
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Snyder, ol
this city, were visitors to Gas
Postmaster R. E. Walters and
^Mr. Ivey Moore went on a fishing
3 trip to Banners Elk Saturday and
landed a “big catch.”
Messrs. Don Coffey, John E.
Justice and Prof. W. D. Halfacre,
of this city, spent Saturday at
Banners Elk fishing.
Mr. L. H. Hollar, well known
business man of Boone, spent a
few hours in the city on business
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bostian, of
Mooresville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Bostian, of this city, Sun
Mr. Thomas Bee Greene, of
Boone, is spending the week here
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs. W. F. Afcsher and
Palmer Horton, of this city, were
business visitors to I^enoir and
Attorney Buford T. Hender
son, .of this city, spent Tuesday
at Hallsboro and Raleigh on bus
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Blevins, of Crumpler, Ashe coun
ty, a daughter, at the Wilkes
Hospital, Wednesday, -May 10.
Mr. H. M. Scott, of this city
and Albemarle, left last week for
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on busi
Rev. G. W. Sebastian returned
to the city Monday from Ellza-
bethton, Tenn., where he preach
ed during a very successful two
weeks’ revival meeting.
Mr. J. C. Miller and family
• ^ have moved from the city to their
new home at Sunny Heights on
the Boone Trail about two mile^
west of the city. The new home
was just recently completed.
Attorney Grant Baucuess, of
Jefferson, and Mr. J. L. Farns
worth, of West Jefferson, were
visitors in the city for a short
Mr. n. .S. Lane, of this city,
w underwent a serious operation at
I Mercy Hospital in fhaiintte Wed-
w nesday and hi.s condition is re-
I ported as very satisfactory.
1 Mr; Ray Enrln, who is a mem
ber ot the reportorial staff of
the Charlotte Observer) spent
Wednesday in Wllkertioro with
PORES KNOB, May 9.
will be an all day meeting at the
‘Monta Vista Chapel, May 21,
Su^ay. Two services will be
On Porw "
Mr. Harry Oula, who holds a
position with the State highway
departmeUv at Newlahd, visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Dula, of Wllkesboro, Tuesday.
Mrs. J. E. Hulse and little son,
Elddie, Jr., of Durham, are spend
ing the week in the city with Mrs.
Hulse’s mother, Mrs. W. V. Wil
Misses Verna and Shirley Fos
ter, of Purlear, are spending the
week In the city with their sister,
Mrs. Ray Barnes, and brother,
' Mr. A. E. Foster.
held, one at 11 o'eipck and one
at 2' o’clock. Dinner will Im serv
ed on the grounds. The ordinance
and sacrament meeting in the
afternoon including the “Foot
Washing.” , Singers, ministers,
speakers and other gospel work
ers from different places will be
present to take part in the, exer
cises. Come, everybody and bring
your friends, spend this day in
the service of the Lord' as well
as many others. Probably you’ll
hear something that will great
ly benefit you as you Journey
along life’s way. Any choirs,
singers or ministers are especial
ly Invited to be present and take
a part in the all day program.
^ Puneral aenrloee ■>; were ■ x held
Tuesday at 2 o'clock tor John
Elbert Kerley, ■ of Pores -’Itnob,
Route 1, who died Monday ,at
2:30 p. m. The service was held
at the family cemetery.
Mr. Kerley was 67 yeaVs of
Surviving him are his wife,
Mrs. Lydia Kerley, and the fol
lowing ehil^ng Il.tB., Baxter.
1 Homer amr Charle« Korley,^Mrt.'
i6rse«' Gllyeath, Mrs. Oeorgsr
Steelman, Mrs.^ Elsie CUne, Mrs,
Ada SorvvunMi Mias
ii^xkib Will Hdd
Meeting Tl^ Eycning
Watson Brame,, a n-d Henry
Moore will have charge of the
program .at this evening's meet
ing of the North Wllkesboro
Lions Club. The club meets,
promptly at 7 o’clock..
held, each s-wiflM logins
ft y *1
The public is invited.
, 4 tend the meeting and jsT^ speeUI '
Sunday Evening andTjti^ttlaiii’tr^eit«ede« to^miniei-' ^
For Aboat , UP ^
Twi Weeks ^ ■
™BBWABD IB OFFBBI®
revival meeting will hekii' TkylpwvBle, U»f |
at Hlnshaw Baptist church Sun
day' evening at S o'eloek. Rev.
W. N. Hays, pastor ot the church,
announced Tuesday. The series of
reward Is being offered by SheP’
ifff H. L. Mays for InformaUea
I leading to conviction of the '
! derer of Ray Woodard,
40, ’■ OKI,
April 26. Woodard was slain W
services will continue'for aboutblowa from a hammer and
two weeks, he said.
only win ,be
quilts placed over the body after ^
his room had been ransacked. ‘
Mr. W. H. Clark, manager of
the local J. C. Penney company
Poppies Made By
World War Vets
store, attended a district meeting
ot Penney store managers in
Mr. G. E. Hairston, of Wins
ton-Salem, was a business visitor
in the city yesterday. Mr. Hairs
ton is a representative of the
Firestone Tire and Rubber com
Miss Marjorie Faw returned to
the city Friday from
Auxiliary Employs Soldier
Boys In Making the
Citizens of North Wilkesboro
will be in no danger of wearing a '
foreign-made flower to honor
American heroes when they put
on their American Legion Auxil-i
Boone i *^ry poppies on Poppy Day. This
where she was a student at Appa
lachian State Teachers College
durin.g the past term. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Messrs. Charles Elledge and
Mack Proffit spent the latter part
of la.st week at Warrensville,
.\she county, with Mr. Jame.s
a.ssurance was given today
Mrs. W. R. Absher, chairman of
the Auxiliary’s poppy committee,
as preparations for the distribu-
— i tion of memorial popples Satur
day were being rushed to com- j
“Foreign-made American flags
and foreign-made ‘Buy American
Stanley, a former classmate of .signs may have been offered for
theirs at the University of North sale in this country, but there is
Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Miller and
Miss Mary Manker returned to
no such thing as a fore'lgn-made
American Legion Auxiliary pop-
!py,” Mrs. Absher said. “Artifici-
Aliss Alary .>iuiia.v:i it:Luiiicvx - -
Chattanooga. Te.nn., Monday fol-lal popp.es can be purchased very
lowing a visit in the home of
.Mr. and Mrs. L. Vyne, of this
Atorney and Mrs. J. M. Brown
and Attorney J. Hubert Whicker,
of this city, were visitor to Ra
leigh. Both atorneys were in Ra
leigh to appear in cases now be
fore the Supreme court.
Mr: Howard Elledge, who was
injured in a fall from a telephone
pole several weeks ago, was able
to leave the hospital the first of
the week. He Is an employee of
the South East Public Service
Mrs. R. T. Smith, Jr., left for
her home at Draper yesterday
after spending a few days in Wil
kesboro with her parents, Mr.
and Xfrs. L. B. Dula. She was ac-
Cvirnpanied home by her broth
ers, Messrs. Tom and .-Mfred Du
la, who will visit with her for a
Miss Minnie Martin is now at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Martin, of Honda, con
valescing from a recent operation
cheaply from foreign countries
and when the custom of wearing
these flowers in honor of the
World War dead was first estab
lished they were imported in
large nunroers. The American
Legion and Auxiliary quickly
took action against this practice. '
For years every poppy offered by
the women of the Auxiliary has
been made in America by an
“Realizing that the disabled
American veteran was under a
heavy handicap in the competi
tion for work, the Auxiliary has
endeavored to establish poppy
making as an industry exclusive
ly for him. Disabled veterans are'
now making an average of 10,-
000,000 poppies a year for the
Auxiliary, hundreds being em
ployed during the winter and
spring months and earning a tot
al of $100,000 a year. This year,
with millions of able-bodied men
unable to find employment, em
ployment possibilities for the dis
abled veterans were almost nil
and the poppy making has proved
for appendicitis. Miss Marlin ! a great boon to them.
holds a position with Yale’s Ue- ! “The number of veterans the
We are about all in the same
fix. Our siirjdiis if vve ever had
any is more than flexible, except
whiit the closed banks lu.ve on
cold storage. The iiexv deal with
,the right kind of cards should
strengthen the position of our
^stoiiiers; and enable us to see
the light of day xvitliin the buy
ing periml thaf's on the way.—
The Gootlwill Store, .4 Protective
Outfit that assures you the Low
est Po.ssible Prices.
partment Store and during her [ Auxiliary can employ during the
ab.sencc. her place is being taken i coming year will depend upon
bv her sister. Miss Verna Martin, (the response to the sale -Saturday,
■ Me.ssrs. C. P. Walters. John W. j 27^ If the poppies are taken
Nichols and R. J. Hlnshaw. of
,. .. J J to increase the number of
this citv. attended a meeting of .
t, r. , Cl, D/ivi.1 men given employment
the Grand Chapter of Ro\al , ,
in the hospitals and workrooms.
School Nine Wins I
From Town Outfit
Horton Drug Store
Arch Masons at Charlotte Tues
day. Mr. Walters is district
deputy high priest, while Messrs.
Nichols and Hituhaw attended as
delegates of the local chapter.
Prof. c. w. Phillips, principal j AVilkesboro Hig'h School
of Central high school, who de-1 Closfts Season With Ex-
livered the literary addre.ss at I cellent Game
the Wllkesboro school commence- j
ment Tuesday evening, and his) Wllkesboro hgh school in the
sister, Mi.ss Carrie Phillii«, sup-|clo«>"K same of the season SaG
e,-vising principal of the junior afternoon won a 9 to
high school in Greensboro, were |'■'letory over the Wllkesboro town
dinner guests of Prof, and Mrs. ; teani.
T. E. Story, of Wilkesboro, Tues
For Comfort and Economy
buy good Shoes—then have
them repaired at—
Right-Way Shoe Shop
“A Litt'^j Neater, a Little
Keck Is Arrested
Hunter B. Keck, of this city,
! xvas arrested Tuesday on a
j charge of using the mails to de
fraud. The arrest was made by
The game was one of the best
that has been played on the
school athletic field this season,
the high school team looking
gv,od in their closing contest.
Given great support by the in
field, Fred Sloop, who was on the
mound for the high school, held
the town team tr> five runs. Tom
Deputy Marshal H. H. Jennings, i Rumgarner hurled a good game
Mr. Keck was given a prel mi-!
nary hearing before United
States Commissioner J. W. Dula
and was released under bond of
; for the town nine.
The school boys had
Newsstands report that the
jig saw puzzzle craze is on the
Lillian Carr .And
Charles Poplin Wel
We pledge our people the
best in Service and Mate
rials. Our Funeral Home is
complete, and tt is our
greatest desire to render a
eatlsfactory, c o m f orting
service at a price within
the reach of all.
B FUNERAL HOME”
Day - 86
Night - 86-222
; The 3 percent Sales Tax is an
other burden that’s just around
the comer. The markets are step-
: ing up very rapidly. Wages in
many instances liave lieen in-
crea.sed. It looks like our tune
will ciiange to higher prices. .And
i cheaper money to supply yoni
needs for the coining months
looks like good bu.slness. This
I store offers rare bargains. Pay
; ns a visit.—The Goodwill Store.
Compare ray Life Insurance
Policy with any other and be
your own judg:e.
C. N. MYEKS, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McL. Carr, of
Biirgaw, N. C., announce the
i marriage of their daughter, Mar-
jgaret Lillian, to Charles Crump-
j ler Poplin, of Honda. The bride
! has been a member of the faculty
I ot Honda high school for the past
I three years. She received her
■education at N. C. C. W., Greens-
jboro, and'at University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill. Mr. Pop
lin is employed In the Honda
Cash Store. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Poplin.
They were married by the
bride’s brother. Rev. Jones M.
Carr, a Presbyterian minister, at
his home in Berryville, Va., May
They will be at home after
May 15th, in Ronda.
DAYS ARE HERE
It*s Ice Cream
HE children and grown-ups, too, are happy these
days. It’s Ice Cream Time again-MOUNTAIN MAID
ICE CREAM TIME. This delicious “Cream of Qual
ity” is now being sold at local drug stores. Restaurants,
Groceries, Refreshment Stands and Service Stations.
Manufactured In a
A Home Product
Of all the delightful and cooling foods
to be eaten during the spring and sum
mer season, ice cream like Mountain
Maid tops the list. Whether you are tak
ing a drive in the car, serving it to your
guests at dinner or at the party, it al
ways finds a hearty welcome. It is delic
ious, healthful, and refreshing, especial
ly when made of such pure ingredients
as are used in Mountain Maid Ice
Cream, and especially when it is manu
factured in a plant as sanitary and clean
as we keep our’s.
When you want ice cream, call for
Mountain Maid. It’s a home-made pro
duct of highest quality.
Forester Ice Cream
N. S. FORESTER, Jr., Proprietor
Phone 81 Nordi Wilkegbpro, N. C