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MtT Robert Mtthts,
'on-8a!eto. is vttttJns reUtlveb lo
North Wllkeeboro this -week.
^ MteeesSBdno and Nell iUley>
of Halle MUls, spent Saturday
night In Winston-Salem.
Miss Chess Vannoy’^of Win
ston-Salem, spent the Easter hol-
i ldays with her parents. Mr. and
■M.- lll■wl||||| I II 11 i _ n i ..|.gu»jci wsaw** r.
Knox McQee, ■ of ;^Klkln,| Mr. Cyrus Wiles, who'holds a Mrs. N. C. Vannoy, of McOrady.
a. few hour^.dn North Wil- position In Lenoir, spent the
week-end here with his mother,
Mrs. D. G. Wiles.
Miss Verna Foster, of Purlear,
was a Kuest of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. D. G. Wiles, of this city,
llay 'Barnes, ots? the week-end. i Is spending a few days with her
' 1 V D 1 "T .vt i daughter, Mrs. C. S. Felts, of
. Mr. Ralph R. Reins, of tW# i*a
city, was a business ylait'or ’'to 1”.
lU«t Bend Fritey.-' ' Mr. and-Mrs. Allen Campbell.
. * of Bassett, Va., spent the Easter
i holidays here with Mr. Camp-
eWldren, of this city, vlalted . camp-
r^tlves in Lincolnton yesterday.
. Mr, ahd Mrs. B. P. Bentley,
of this city, visited Mr. Bentley's
bell’s father, Mrs. G. M. Camp
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris and
or 1^8 etw. viaitea -Mr. Bentley 8 of Statesville, spent
mother. Mrs. Maggie Bentley, of
[One, a few hours yesterday.
Mr. Conley Harris, of Char-
yislted^hls parents, Mr. and
rii.' t.. A. Harris, of this olty.
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver SUrr
spent the Easter holidays in
Pageland. S. C. with Mrsl Starr's
mother. Mrs. S. P. Ingram. ^
Mr. and Mrsd S. I. Furr, of
Charlotte, spent Monday v.ith
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mills. Jr. Mrs.
Purr Is Mrs. Mills' sister.
Misses Lucy Pearson and Miss
Alma Shoaf, students at A. 8. T.
C. In Boone, spent the week-end
here with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Kelly and
star, wly,|ir Injmred likMl autt^
mobile aedideat a weet^ ago, la
getting along nicely at the
, Wilkes Hospital where she is a
She sufferedji a severe
cut on the ieg*when the automo
bile in which she was riding
turned over. %
Mrs, J. W. Shook rethmdd'yM*
terday after a visit of (.three
weeks with her brother, Mr. W-
T. Kelly, Of Saltville, Va. Mr. J.
W.^'^Shook, son, Arthur, and
daughter. Miss Lucy Shook, and
Master B A. Shook, Jr. went
there yesterday to '■ accompany
her home. •
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moore and
two children, Billy and Barbara
Ann, and Mr. and Mrs.' Marvin
Bostian were among those at
tending the Moravian Sunrise
service at Winston-Salem Sun-
vlslted -Mrs. Kelly's mother, Mrs.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Har- M. ri. Stone, of this city. Sunday.
,mr. auu mio. .. —— —
daughter, Betty Jo, of Charlotte, I day. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and
'children visited In Winston while
! rls, of this city.
fSReTday for a few hours.
Miss Ri|(tK^J^Ues,« of Alhe-
vlUe, arrived W^h'es’day to spend
the •• w^ff
%ith . Mrs. , Austin
Mrs. J. V. JenniUgs, of States
ville. spent in Wil-
kesborp' -lwt&liinlflnB.ts. Mr.
Misses Margaret Moore and
Marianna Moore, of Lenoir, ▼Islt-
ed.,>Mr8. W. W. Barber, Sr., of
M'ilkesboro, yesterday. They are
granddaughters of Mrs. Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cole and
daughter, Mary Joe, spent East
er with Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr.
and -Mrs. G. M. Donnelly, of
Mr. and Mrs. Bostian motored to
Greensboro for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hall and
two children, of Winston-Salem,
returned to their home today aft
er spending Easter with relatives
at Halls Mills. ,
Attorney and Mrs. A. H. Casey
and children, of this city, cpent
Easter with Mr Casey’s parents j SdPvkWB' Conducted
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Casey, of. Chufches Located in
New Cas e. wiike« WilkesbwOS
Mrs. T. S. Miller, of Wilkes-’
i Easter ,§!?ryice$
! HetdM Wilkes
a. r -- - I ■ ,
boro, who has been quite 111 for . with a bright Easter day such
Mrs. Mary Moore Hix and chil-j^j^^^^ weeks, is able to be out'
; as one imagines the day of
Q ^ ^ , w \ viiikTc — ao iMic imaKSiivo i.
^*'"**'''* I '•esurrection was. Chrls-
We are reminded each day
of the fine spirit of co-ope
ration our people have given
ns in helping us to give more
comforting and efficient .serv
ice to ^oee we serve.
As a token of our appre
ciation for this fin? co-ope-
,ration,, we are pricing our
servipe.s complete. Only the
price of casket, clothing and
extra cars used would change
our standard charge-
Day —- 85
Night • 85-228
!iano, ria.. wucic ..wo. | j
,win Join her parents. Mr. and ' ^ ^
Mrs. J. D. Moore, who are there ,
on an extended vi . iWilkesboro. Route 1. spent Sun-
Mi.ss Frances McNeill, a stu- wtnston-Salem visiting
(lent at Woman's College of ^rs. D. G. Church.
University of North Carolina,
Miss Eloise Starr spent the
Easter holidays with her parents,
.Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Starr. Miss
t i a n 8 appropriately observed
Easter at churches In the Wil-
The first of these services was
I the sunrise ‘service at St. Paul’s
Episcopal church in Wiikesboro
which was led by B. M. Lackey,
of Lenoir, rector of the church
Mesdames J. E. Spainhour, W.
J. Bason. W. A. Sydnor and F. C
North Wilkesboro Methodist
church, Wilkesboro BapWst
church and other churches In
North WilkesbOTo and s n r-
rounding communities, IJai^r
music and an Easter sermon wwe
is Spending the Easter holidays
with her mother. .Mrs. W. H.
McNeill. I jg g uiemlier of the faculty,! The inspiring service was well
Miss Irene Pope, of Durham. Springs. : attended,
visited Mr and .Mrs. B. E. ^eb Deaton, Misses Sara,! At the Presbyterian here.
week-end mV and Mrs. .Mtman 1 Ruth and .Madge Deaton, of Ker-
aecompanied her as far as Win-j nersville. spent Monday with
aecon pamei , Deaton’s mother, Mrs. J. L.
sion-Sal«m on nej return irip.
^iis8 Pearl Bumgarner, mem
ber of the High Point school
wr'IwSor.u?"" H.=- w7aW.«‘ fn
rw- Faw Marv I Mr. Bennie Troutman, who is
.ink ^'cvnlliTa l^revette. Jane a patient at the Wilkes Hospital.
WhVer'Virginia Harris. Ade-' is improving following an oper-
Mne Jones and Mary -Hix. stu- ation for mastoids a few days
dents at Greensboro College, j ago.
Creensboro, are spending, the Mrs. R. W. Gwyn. of this city,
Easter holidays with their par-; underwent an operation for mas-
ents in the Wilkesboros. They' toids at the Wilkes Hospital last
will return to Greensboro Wed-; week and is getting along very
nesday. I satisfactorily.
.Miss Sarah Deaton, a member
Days Each Week; Locat-'^
ed In Wflfcesboro
^ « !■ ' ^ Mi8c • ‘ tiya.
An emergency Crop loan offtee .- When
JU 8^ V u a k,u wa
ikWeton for stu
was opened li the federal -
. . i •C'on. with handkerchief* pver their « fiSMfBATHNIB
Ing In Wilkesboro laat week. discover the-Jrouble. I WIWIO BY 2 CiWlRKTWg
Farmers desiring loans should ^ss^sss^ssBa=ss!sssssss^!=
apply between tbe hours of 9 a. ^
m. and 5 p. m. on Monday, Wed-
nesday and fViday of -eacb
. According to the regulations
under which the crop loans are
to be made this yesr. any farm
er who secures a loan mu
tain a statement from the conn
ty production council, that he
does not intend to increase his
acreage or production in. viola
tion of the Agricultural Adjust
ment Administration program.*
.The maximum amount., of an
emergency crop loan that may be
obtained by any one , Individnal
is $250,, the minimum is $26. v
Applications for loans In any
amount from $25 to $150 may.
be accepted by the emergency
crop loan office provided the
farmer does not have sufficient
security to obtain a loan else
A farmer applying for $160 or
more must first make applica
tion to the Production Credit As
sociation for a loan from It. -Re
jection of this application by the
Production Credit Association
will, be considered sufficient evi
dence that other credit Is not
available and the applicant may
then make application to the
emergency crop loan office.
UnM Vaity Stora
5c lo $5.€ii)
J . ' i-no(l i»il> J ■ ■*» - ..
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NEW MERCBlibaiMSE ARRANGED FOR
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W. F. McLaughlin, Manager
Ues At LcBonr
NEW ORPHEUM ™T«E
NORTH WILKESBORO’S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY. APRIL 2 and 3—
“THE HOUSE ON 56th STREET
with Kay Francis, Gene Raymond, Ricardo Cortez and
Comedy and News
WEDNESDAY'—FAMILY' DAY—IOC TO ALL—
George Brent, Ytargaret Lindsay and Eugene Pallette.
Comedv and Cartoon
THURSDAY’ AND FRIDAY, APRIL 5 and 6—
Wallace Beery, George Raft and Jackie Cooper.
.'great cast in a great picture.
Also Comedy and News
COIvrtNO liroNDAY AND TUESDAY, APRIL 9-10—
. ~ TREAT OF A LIFETIME
Eddie Cantor, Ruth Etting, David Manning and the
Goldwyn girls. A pageant of Jucious splendor unmatch
ed since Sheba’s Dayt A Roman holiday of beauty,
gong and laughter. Ti-uly the greatest picture released
^his year. Entei-tainment supreme.
Added—News. Comedy and Cartoon
> of the Kernersville school facul-
ity, visited in the home of Mrs.
R. S. Shoaf during the Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wiles and
daughter, Doris. Misses Edna and
Lois Wiles, and Miss Marie John
ston, of this city, spent Easter
with relatives and friends in
Mr Conrad. Pearson, a junior
at State College, returned to
; Raleigh Wednesday after spend
ing the spring holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Pear
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McNeill
and Miss Ruby.Tuttle returned to
day from Miami, Fla.. where
they spent several days. Mr. Mc-
1 Neill attended a convention of
I Coca Cola bottlers while there.
The beautiful oratorio, “The
Crucifixion,’* was sung at thf
First Baptist church last night
by the choir and an unusually
large congregation enjoyed thip
excellent presentation. i
: Brother 4f Mrs. O. F. Eller
and Mrs. L. Bumgarner,
1 of Wilkesboro
Coming Here Soon
Eddie Canter Will Be Seen In
l,divish Production At New
Orpheuni Next Week
Eddie Cantor In "Roman Scan
dals” comes to the New Orpheum
Theatre Monday and Tuesday, of
next week. This is the pop-eyed
comic’s fourth annual screen
musical comedy for Samuel Gold
Ruth Etting. Gloria Stuart.
David Manners, Edward Arnold
and Veree Teasdale are his cora-
panion.s as he frolics among tHe
gorgeous slave girls gathered for,
the pleasure of a Caesar; in and
out of prison dungeons or flying
over dusty roads at the reins of
a thundering chariot, with lives
George Kaufman wrote the
original story of Eddie’s adven
tures. William Anthony McGuire,
responsible for "The Kid from
Spain,” "Whoopee” and earlier
Cantor successes, did the adapta-
i Arthur McNeill, 76, of Lenoir,
'a brother of Mrs. Linvllle Bum-
•garner and Mrs. O. F. Eller, of!
* Wilkesboro, died at bis Lenoir!
home Friday at 8 p. m. He was ,
a native of Wilkes county and a I
member of a prominent family, j
The funeral service was con- ]
i ducted at Arbor Grove Methodist j
i church near Millers Creek Sun-j
jday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Rev.!
I Avery M. Church and a Lenoir t
minister, conducted the service, j
which was attended by a large j
throng of friends and relatives. !
I Surviving Mr. McNeill are his!
i wife, Mrs. Jane McNeill, and
j two sisters. Mrs. Eller and Mrs.
AND MORE LOYAL
Mrs. Norris Jones and daugh
ter, Jo Anne, returned Saturday ^
1 from Charlotte where she visit-,
,ed Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Kelly for ‘he songs.
I several days. Mr. Jones went
' there Wednesday and accom
panied her home. -v;,
Mrs. Bryan Gilreath, a^om-
! panied by her sister, Mrs.
I Riley, qf Chapel Hill, retwned
Wednesday from a week’s visit
j with their sister, Mrs. C. M.
i Hart, in Chattanooga, Tenn.
1 Miss Elizabeth Duncan, who is
;a student at Peace Junior Col
lege. Raleigh, is spending the
Easter holidays with her '’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Dun
can, of this city. She has as her
guest a classmate. Miss Grace
Dailey, of Cape Hatteras.
Mrs. G. G. Foster, county di
rector of federal emergency. re
lief, Mr. E. D. Dancy and Mr.
Mack Proffit. also of the relief
staff, were In Raleigh on .official
business Thursday. They were
accompanied there by Mr. Waller
Wynn, district supervisor.
Another lavish Samuel Gold
wyn Production, “Roman Scan
dals.” has among Its most spec
tacular features a great Slave
Market scene, where a hundred
of the Emperor’s beauties spin
and strut in a stirringly martial
dance, their silver mesh costumes
glittering in the moonlight, as
the senators and the rabble look
np at the alabaster bodies of the
captive slaves for sale to the
Ruth Ettlng’s song, "No More
Love” and a vivid dance creation
by Grace Poggl, who wllj be re
membered for her rhumba inter
pretation In "The Kid from
Spain,’’ are details In the pro
Eddie has three songs. "Keep
Young and Beautiful’* and
“build a Little Home,’’ written
by A1 Dubin and Harry Warren,
and, “Tax on Love,” by* Warren
and L. Wolfe Gilbert. ,
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WEEK’S TOTAL WAS OUR GREATEST. THERE MUST BE A REASON. WE THAyK YOU, GENTL^^If, AGAIN!. ^
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