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The Journal-patriot. (North Wilkesboro, N.C.) 1932-current, January 29, 1934, Image 1

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46 FakUfllied Mondsyt tad Thvadan NOBTH N, ITiester Wm Ausffiary OnFeklZ I Presidoit To Attoid 'Post a«d Unit Ofneers’ Coafermce ^tONFEBENCE' OUTLINED COMING TO N, C. W. R. Abedier, ot Tliis dty. Tv Pre^ At Aox- ^ iUi^ Sessions iMn. William H. Biester, aatioiuti prMldent of tlie A'meii- eaa £e«loa AwtlUary, will ,jid- ^rsH be post and unit oftlows’ ttmfefence of the North Carolina depBi^ment In Statesyille on Feb ruary 18, It was announced Sat urday from the local office of Ira. W. R. Absher, Auxiliary de- >ment preeldent. Mrs. Bleeter is a resident of Philadelphia and Is widely known ,lor her services to the Auxiliary. ilfembers of Auxiliary units from all over North Carolina will . V*^ther in Statesville on Sunday, -..•ITBbruary 11, lor the two-day con- ference and hear the address of Mrs. Biester. r:. Mrs. Absher will preside over ^*»he Auxiliary conference. jft' "Thla aonference was called.” phca. Ahcher states in the an- ^ louncement to Auxiliary units of the state, "for the purpose ot re- |^Si|fylU^«nd exchanging ideas and during the best and most f^lent means of carrying lor- Mjkrd our great Auxiliary work. We want to see how far we have ifioise, if we are giving our best. If we are workers or slackers in the program of service to God and country, as outlined by na tional headquarters.” The first sessions will be held Sunday, February 11. at 2:30 p. jn. The Auxiliary will hold a Joint memorial service with Legion jmet officers at 7:30 p. m. The program for Monday fol lows: 9:00 a. m. E.xecutive Board Breakfast. 10:30 a. m. Auxiliary Confer- -ence called to order by the De partment President. (Broad Street Methodist Church). 1:00 p. m. Dutch Luncheon. 27 00 p. ni. Unit Presidents' and District Coramitteewomen’s Conferences, Methodist Church 4:00 p. m. Parade. 5:00 p. m. Tea for Honor Guests, home of Mrs. T. G. Shel ton. 15 p. m. Joint Session ot The LOCAL BABY NAMED FOR THE PRESIDENT I^Miday City Expected To DrawLa^[eCrowd Joseph Delano la the name giv en to the ten-pound eon born to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Caahlon a few days Everything Is In Rewhness die name of the President, nis , — rwM^—v full name being Franklin Delano For Hg Affair; TMets Are Now On Sale Lumis Enter^ Lady Guests In IDelightfuI Way Roosevelt’s Address WIU Be Heard Ov«r Radio; Piturty For Worthy Caasv On Charge pf ildress; lailed This Mornii ARMORY IS DECORATED WHITE HOUSE OF HEALTH AT WARJ| SPRINGS . .«a.S_ A ^ -X WT1I1 n.A . . One-Act Play Given Under Directiim of M!fs. Wag-' oner Is Feature MRS. C. S. SINK SINGS their Mrs. William H. Biester, Jr., National President, American Le gion Auxiliary. The Birthday Ball at the armory here tomorrow night Is expected to draw a large crowd, It being generally believ ed that many of the adjoining counties will be represented. The worthiness of the cause for which the local ball is being given is cited as a reason why I those who have not already-tpur- I chased their tickets should do so lady I at once. The Peddlcord orchestra, of Lions entertained guests in a very delightful manner — Thursday evening at Hotel Wilkes Winston-Salem, will furnish mus- . 1 V ic for the occasion. Several other ontheoccasionof their annual oh-, entertainment have been servance of "Ladies’ Night” * arranged and this, coupled with Dr. H. B. Smith, president of the address of President Roose- the club, welcomed the ladies and'veil. wiH round out an excellent guests to open the program. evening of delightful entertaln- Although all of the program did ment. not materialize, the meeting- prov- The armory has been decorat ed to be a big success. * The mov- ed in a very attractive -manner ing pictures of Lions showed up under the direction of Mr. Ed blank and this feature had to be Vannoy and the Radio Sales com- Conunittee of Three Is In eliminated. pany is Installing a radio for the Charge of Erecting Build- ' Mrs. C. S. Sink delighted the reception of the nation-wide ings In State I club and guests with a vocal solo, | birthday ball broadcast over the '“The Old Spinning Wheel,” and Columbia and National chains.- $50,600 TO BE SPENT j Mrs. Elizabeth Wagoner very Everything is in readiness for Early consti^^^ of the new Charmingly gave a reading, "Vil-, the ball and now la the time to Early Erection Of Post Office Is Anticipated WNBddStad^ AndLuAer HeldhOU Mrs. TRtey Bdleveit T^ Writer of Note Foimi AprMi Pocket ' HEARING ON SATUOTAt Hearist To Be Given TOlqr and Stanley Friday Bef*n^ Speinhower is foreseen as the result of recent developments In Washington. The Public Works administra- Kariy construction oi me new- '> . =• . - ■, ^ ... XT ,1. Tir.ii, V iase Orator," a satire on gossip- purchase a ticket, post office for North Wllkesboro. wmoen. One dollar of the purchase A feature of the program was price of each ticket will be SMt the one-act plav entitlCl, “The to the Warm Springs Foundation Light Went Out,” which was pre- for the treatment of persons af- .0 r.Tt ~ ! Sh-ol.. .E. Hero, W. A B,„„. the - ov„ It. To, .M. cal Sitldlng will soon be started. 1 vilhan; Ivy Moore, the mother, | worthy cause. rt announced last week' and J. D. Moore, Jr„ the daugh- Sponsors of the ball here arc It was announced last week, » lurgin,; everybody to co-operate that an interdepartmental com--'*'^- . . , ^ ^ extent In seeing - Guests at the meeting includ» the fullest extent in seeing Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Sink, J. D.' that it is a success and that a Moore, Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth Wag-1 substantial sum Is raised for the oner, and W. N. Wood. I foundation. niittee. composed of L. W. Rob erts. Jr,, assistant secretary of the treasurer in charge of con struction. Silliman Evans, fourth assistant pdstniaster general, and James A. Wetmore, acting super vising architect, will have charge of construction ot the North Car olina buildings, including the North Wikesboro office. The sum of $.50,600 was allot ted for the local office. The site, which is located on “C" Street, was selected a year ago. With its imposing white pillars reflecting the bright sunlight of a perfect day, Georgia Hall, one of the main units of the Warm Springs Fpundation for Infantile Paralysis, reflects the cheerfulness always apparent at this great health-restoring center in Georgia. Recognizing ty invaiuasle assistance which the Foundation has rendered to Presi dent Roosevelt in his fight for health, a national committee of prom inent leaders, headed by Colonel Henry L. Doherty, is staging on Janu ary 30, Mr. Roosevelt’s fifty-second birthday, 5,000 Presidential Birth day Balls in honor of the chief executive and as a means of raising a- Mrs, Luther Tilley, 3$-year-*l* ■ wife of Luther Tilley, was arresfr-j ed last night on a charging her with the murder Mias leota Childress an^ placed In the county Jail at kesboro this morning at 1 o’eloofc. The sister-in-law ot tho slat*, girl was arrested by Deputy ® iff Tyre Barker. The warrant ok whiqh ghe was taken'into cu8to#f was sworn out by Hill Cox,. K brother-in-law of Miss OhlldraM,. Solicitor John R. Jones staln. this morning that he was not ready to disclose the findlagi at, - the experts who have been stndr^ Ing handwritings which haaa ^ been collected in the case, bgk It' Is believed that Mrs. ■ -TWoT'n handwriting was found tf •- hfc very similar to that of tUe4W» purported to have been left' by O permanent endowment fund for the Foundation to carry on and ex- . Miss Childress and said to hava pand its work. Local Airport Project Approved By State CWA Ayiimstrator and Is Sent To Washington Officials Reins’ Name Is Mrs. Ervm Sent To Senate- Speak In City ! — i Confirmation of Mr. Reins as Postmaster Expected Within Few Days Union Service Will Be Held New Course Will Be Started Sdon Dr. Derendinger 11 feer Course' In “History Of Amer ican Paintings Wednesday Evening At Baotist Church 7 American Legion and the Ameri- Parts Firm .can Legfon Auxiliary. Dance. The nomination of J. C. Reins i Mrs. Mary B. Ervin, national a.s North W’ilkesboro postmaster' secretary of the W. C. T. U., will , was transmitted to the United i deliver an address at a union Fninv* Cood Year iStates Senate for confirmation'prayer service at the First Bap- ILnjOyS VxOOQ * | recom-,Ust church Wednesday evening Ralph Reavis, Owner, Views mended by Congressman Walter at 7:30 o’clock Lambeth on January 4. All churches of Wilkesboro Confirmation by the aenate is : and North Wilkesboro are anticipation Ralph H. Reavis, owner of the 0jp0^g(j within a few' days and [in? in the union service and thej hoppi ’ggHt gasiii^pd that there will be a ,Parts and Electric Com- - - ■■■ ... ,! WASHINGTON SILENT Mr k/- ON FEDERAL OFFICES I0;l4 with Much Optimism r WashWton Dr. E. Derendinger, professor of art in Catawba College, will open his class In the “History of .American Paintings” at Wilkes boro on February 5. Some of the most famous paint ings will be shown and studied and the class, which recently completed a course In "American Art and Sculpturing,” Is looking (forward to the new course with Jan. -It Anxious Mother Never I Hears Of Son’s Disgrace ^ — , ^— -- — expectea wunin a lew nays aiiuj*iis ■“ —— jjy Derendinger is a native of gglir gasdnlpd that there will be a parts and Electric Com- probably succeed ’ members are urged to attend and | g^jt^eriand and his lectures have epnrt in the middle judicial dis- pany, Statesville, and Auto Parts ^ postmaster Jimmie An-1 hear Mrs. Ervin. attracted considerable attention. trlct. and that it will be properly Company, this city, after recent ,,p,.gon ^arly in February. I . olfii'ered. The department of completion of Inventory here and *—’ ax-*!- Jostice has failed for some weeks, t^e Installation of a perpetual In- Monetary Bill Passes P?rs*dent The'^^SSmenl” eith-' Sfacto7/‘yrar’^fori93^ Both Washington, Jan 27,--Chief| or . „ j- r.T.ruu ’T2,000 Acn» S*^nw. Hlsgin>, 0! .Tlleshany ;”“'TW,h“nre th.„ doubl- -'.thorU, lor .be Pre.ldeb. to | HB„.r.y-bb. .b. lbrb,»..lo» •--#nty. has the Indorsement of|ed any prevloii.s year. Mr. Reavis devalue the dollar, by cutting the f came 24 hours too late^ ^tor Bailey for district attor-j attributes this increase to the S°ld content from the present For his mother, Mrs. Man attracted considerable attention A number of teachers are expect ed to take the* new course. Col lege credits are allowed for this work. It is announced. been found in the pocket of the ' apron worn by (he girl at th» I time of her death. I Additional evidence supporting I the charge of murder agatnat - Mrs. Tilley will be offered at :the fourth coroner's hearing* which will be held in the court house at Wilkesboro Saturday .morning at 10 o’clock. 1 Luther Tilley, husband of th« C. T. DfWghton, Chairmaa of alleged murderess. Is still in the "'Xocal Committed Is Ad- county jail on a charge of mur- ■' vised By Letter 'dering Andrew Eldrldge whw dead body was found In a lake LEADERS- ARE HOPEFUL on the Klondike farm near Elkin in 1927. Winfield Stanley te In Jiey, but. while‘J. O. Carr has (bat the two .stores combln-1 23.22 grains to been appointed to perform a carry the most complete stock j between 11.61 and 13.93 lar service in the east, no action „£ genuine and replacement parts |Sratns or from 50 to 60 per cent has been taken on the Higgins, available in the state. He is very | present gold nppolntment, for the reason, it is; enthusiastic over the outlook for! Creation of a $2,000,000,000 of stock stabilization fund to permit the .a nurse was: ilmain a' secretary of treasury to stabilize seph here. J want to see him be- Haggerty, died Friday night In a Philadelphia hospital without word of him. She had hoped po lice could reach hlin. The last thing she whispered to m vviuiieiu xh Th- North Wilkesbpro airport the same charge. It being project, calling for the expenditure alleged that Stanley and TlUny of between $60,000 and $100,000 strung Eldrldge up to a tree and for the construction of an airport i j^jned him. Later they hid the near here, has been approved by body in a log, It was stated, ant Mrs. Thomas O’Berry, civil works fearing discovery, threw It In the administrator for North Carolina, lake. and sent to Washington for final j The two men will be given a approval. hearing in the Eldrldge case Fri- This information was received day before Justice of the Peace in a letter from state headtpiarters ^ a. E. Spainhower. • in Raleigh 'Thursday by C. T.j Solicitor Joi^es in an Intervld# Doughton, chairman of the local;this morning made It clear that committee which is handling de-|ail others who have been investl- tails in connection with this proj- gated In connection with the ect. j Childress case are being hpld ta Final approval by Washington, tbe county jail on other char^ks officials is dxpected if sufficient' and while they are desired as me- funds are appropriated by con-1 terial witnesses, none other than gress to carry on CWA. Mrs. Tilley Is directly charged The D. J. Brookshire property, with the Childress murder. A I located three miles east of Wil-’ (Hyde Tilley, a brother of Lu- Wrion I kesboro on the Boone Trail high-1 ther Tilley, is being held in JhJt I way, was selected sometime ago on other charges. He was arreat- Elkin, Jan. 27.—Forest fires'g ^},e site for the airport and ajed a few days ago for investlga* Elkin, Jan. zi.—roresi iireB,j,g site for tne airport ana a;ed a lew aays ago lor are raging on the Blue RldS® i [ease and option wen; negotiated, tion in the Childress slaying, mountain side from near Dough-1 by city and county officials. | Mrs. Luther Tilley was qpaa- underetood, that the appointing 1934, “The new method ^ powers have been Informed that I enables us to maiuiaiu 0.1 — • 1 - ,, Mr. Higgins failed to develop a! more complete stock thereby, the value of American currency ^ fore I go. aatteftkCtory degree of diligence; ^lore satisfactorily serving our and the market price of govern-! She died believing he . VX/SAASWJ —- . I - . ton across to the Mitchell’s River 1 Log^j Jeaders in the movement 1 tloned at the time ot her. hua- country. Apprciximately 2,000 hopeful that the project will I band’s arrest, but developmaate acr# have been burned, includ- I bg approved and that work will be! had not been sufficient at tfat ^sae wQispciBu portions of a huge tract J jp the near future. Itime to warrant holding her on ’Please bring *'®" 1 maintained as game reservation j —^——— the murder charge. Solicitor Jones said the investi gations were being contlmiod and stocked with variety of game T including deer and pheasants. WR8 ill » I— .a— ^nv*i*{/xA some distant city reeking em- In prosecuting men in Surry customers,” Mr. Reavis said. | ment securities. , county charged with elecUon irre- j Following is the personnel at Provision for the treasury to, Iployment. Haggertj dlsapp^red antorltie®. It is explained that Lhe local store: including;six months ago. Before he left he Ala Objection to the Higgins ap-1 Mr. J. B. Himdiaw, manager; almost $4,000,000,000 worthjtold her he was sure he would Dotetment has not yet progressed Mr. J. T. Kenerly. salesman; owned by the federal reserve sys- find wort." Bpt he never wrot^ ' Miss Sallle Hauser, stenographer- ‘em- Thursday Mrs. Haggerty bookkeeper; Mr. J. M. Kenerly, 3old certificates will be given became setlously 111 and police _^uld like to do the prosecuting parts man; Mr. R. C. Jennings, 1 th® reserve system in exchange agreed to use every available m the federal government in jr„ assistant clerk. jfor the gold. wtk middle district. ! Devaluation of the dollar will From the chief of police at ... — j almost double the value of the | Savannah, Ga., last night came a gold, giving the government a I telegram to Philadelphia police 'profit from which the stablllza- explaining why Haggerty had not tion fund will be created. jcome home or -written. The mee- The profit will depend upon [ sage said he is in a Georgia state itbe extent of devalnation. High winds today carried the F. P. Blair, Sr., Is Brought Home to -the point of filing formal •l^jinrges” against the man who ould like to do the prosecuting the federal government in middle district. The -W. T. Dowd appointment for marshal in the middle district was scheduled to come through, necording to his supporters, Wed- gmiday, but the week, while an '.nvnntful one, did not profit Mr. ^‘-fiowd anything. Senator Rey- nolds was at the department of Jwtlce again yesterday on this o&tosloiiy and once more appears confident that the man from San ford will get the call. County (^cers Cut Large Still flames extensively, and the Chat ham Manufacturing company dis patched squads of fire-fighters.: , t»__ Forces are working at Long gtoinds Removrf Ftohi Hos Creek lodge, new development! pital Splendidly; Is Now under way by Dick Reynolds, of; Resting Well j with the hope of filling lu' missing links ip the chain evidence which has been a»- sembled. It was learned from Solicitor Jones that the note left in tho Eldrldge death was not slmlUr ed, and game on the reservation; from Dav s hospital at Statw ^ beUeved to hUT. the fire-swept' vine to his home here Lyritten the note found in the Approximately 2,00 Gallons of Beer Found At Place Near Purlear I prison. Libby Hobnan Reynolds Js. . StMying In Dramatic Class Philadelphia. Jan. 2§.—Libby Bolipm, “torch singer,” who was aiidbwed by the bullet which Idll- fi Z. Smith Reynolds, heir to to- ,. bacco i^lkms, is studying dram- what is believed to be an Broadway comeback. „ a select class of JL2 pupils, r is tnsding the path which has bfist^ to the door of the theatre, in the bestxtiM 1 Valley, S5 soUec da. i■ ■ A large steam distillery outfit was destroyed three miles south of Purlear Thursday by Deputy Sheriff G. R. Eller andd R. D. Nichols. Despite the fact that the place gave the appearance of having been the scene of manufacturing on a big scale, the operators were absent when the raid *was made. Around 2,000 gallons of beer was destroyt-d along with the still. In Mr. J. A. Cothran, Miss Mary Mary Cothran and Mrs. Emma Richardson, of Lomax, were visi- ton in the city a few bonn Fri day. Forest Fire Raging On litde Grandfather On Highway No. 18 I. tie.1.1 !t«» ... H. “^The fire, is said to have orig- U fast recovering his strength inated from a saw mill several;and Is resting wel. dan ago High winds spread the | Mr. Blair was serjously injur- flames last night and today. Roaring Gap resort section, close by, Is not serlonaly endangered ed in an automobile wreck on the TaylorsvUle-Conover-rroad several weeks ago. He lost the sif^t of his good eye and sustaln- written the note found in the> Eldrldge home which read: “No tice—I have gone to Elkin tn. work. Will be back Bunduy-Aux- drew." On the other hand, the not#' purported to have been lef^^^hp the girl is rumored to be In the ■ 5'?-J unless eparis are blown by the si^t of his good eye and Miss ChUdrees wind. Fire fighters can make ffvej® cuts and brulaes In the ^ ^ -t tie headway nntll the wind ceas^ j accident es. Fire originating near Horse-1 The fire was found burning shoe Bend on State Highway 18 Saturday morning and rapidly 1. J V J spread across the face of the had burned over several thous-, ” - , mountain and adjoining terrl- and acres of foreet land on Lit-1 tie Grandfather Mountain 151 Damage estimated at several miles north of the city up to this j thousand dollars had been done morning, according to reliable j by the flames up to this morning, reports received here. j No report, has been received since A contingent ot about 60 mem- early this morning. hifniit Dies Vumetta Will Sp^ At Pomona Grange Meeting hers of the James Civilian Con servation camp at Puriear were carried to the scene of the fire this morniug to fight the flames and endeavor to bring the r fire nnder control. • un- The origin of the fire ^ determlued. One repprt was to the-[effect that an area abont five milee square luid been bvmM over, most of this bdog.timbw ^d«. Virginia Lee Bell, six-day-old Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell, of Wilkesboro. Route 2. died yesterday and fu neral and burial services were held this morning at 11 o’clock at Antioch Bapitist church, Inter ment was medc In the church cemetery. Wilkea Pomona Grange mem- bera will hear State Master A-. S. Vannetta, of Orange county, at their spedal meeting at the eo«t- house fa Wilkesboro;tomorroiw afti | emoon at 2 o’cloA. *nie pablfc fa invitetKteJiear hira.' He wiB ,vimt tlM BwSoer Grange tqmortow eveafag at 1 o’clock. _ ^"GhTSGSlsa. s« The BpWorth League ol tan local Metbodfat church a food sale at Sparnhbur-S^,n^» store Saturday momtiiS at K1211 • o’clock. The league solicits , 8te patronage of the pobllig,. Mr AllwHi^ who fa a law Mr. giyde Hayes, a student at stnd^ at Wake Forest coM*», fa j Wake.Forest ^ mpther^i.lllfc ot \ parent^ Mr. and Mrs. C. CyHayes. Pnrlear. ' of;. InsttU Wilhent’ Athens, Jan. abdot Samuel InsuU’s wlM he is deported a faduded the conjectnre! the 7d-jrear-old forinBr. operatdr. may have remafafag yeM ^ an unwaated'-'man

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