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The Journal-patriot. (North Wilkesboro, N.C.) 1932-current, April 05, 1934, Image 1

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JoiSnal-Patriot' has blazed the tr^l of progress i n the " *: • ■=' "ea ^ ^ 1.. . ^State ®es” for 28 Years» 'tl'. STj CT‘ l-rss .^A rfel VOL/XXVfll, 34 Published Mondays and Thursdays NORTH WILKEjSBQRO, N. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1984 . ^ ■ygggrg-esfjijy ' I ■'i — » ■ ' m 81.00 IN THE gl^Tli^liSO OUT OF THE STAl 'U' New Bridge At ' Red^ AloMst Certain ^mMNred .iliiit- New Briklge Otarges. Coamnnusm zi W Us Within ■j. Nih:5 ftwr Mmths f^NSmWlD REUABLE Ihefiliite Information Regard* ing Possibilities Ba- ;, • pec ted Soon ’V' It is reliably reported here that a new bridge will be builit across Reddies River to replace the old covered bridge now in use. Rumor has it that construction will be started within a few weeks. However, this could not be verified and definite Infor mation will probably not be available for several days. Two state highways and one federal highway is routed over the Reddles River bridge and the present structure is consid ered inadequate to carry th© traf fic. It Is understood that federal authorities are anilous for the construction of the bridge. The Journal-Patriot’s informa tion came from what is consider ed a reliable source and there is some indication that verification of the report will be fort;:com- Ing Immediately. Gray, Ind. . . . iSSre is Dr. Wm. A. Wirt, OdiieatOr, who charged the Roosevelt "Braln- Tnisters” with CoihtnUnism in a letter read by James H. Rand, Jr. Dr. Wirt says he will reveal the names of the brain-trust whom he accuses of plotting to undermine the government, when the welfare of the country de mands. CREDIT CHIEF VISITOR HERE LONESOME AS RESULT OF WORK OF ; DENTIST IS WEARY OFvCHICKENS Dr. W. A. Taylor, popular local tientiet, Is weary of the chicken business. Thieves’have made it noprofltable and the indiscreet selections that the night prowlers have made are discouraging. H e admitted th *t state of mind last ni^t. “Two weeks ago, I had a nice nock of 19 hens and three roosters. Tonight—•—I don’t know how many thercTl be In the morning—I have six hens and three roosters.” Having stated these figures for tfie -informaition of The Jonmal-Patriot^^ editor, Dr. Taylor ctmtlnu^: “A little more titan a week ago,* titejr (the thieves) got seven of my finest bens and bust nighty (Tueiday) they got seven more. But not a single rooster. Just tell them to come and get the rest, keeping such a small flock is such a bother; having to buy feed and watering them for the benefit of my unknown visitor. “But if they can’t aceoi%-. modate me to this ext9^, tt^. them to at least come apd.taite' a conple of the nosters. > auN||81f>1onesoaio.t and . K’s -utility'bari m ttem with -Buclfhriii^ oCViu.”;^ . That the lo«al dentist In-! sites other visits .frohi 'Uwhs' who have setem fit to.' partate of his flock. Dr. Taylor to mlid>iy weary of the whole bnslness. It's a bard Ufa—— hard on hto peace of mind, hard on hto flock of chickens nad could Ito hard on tiie thieves, if they are caught. And this to said despite Dr. Taylor’s invitation for the thieves to come back and make a clearance of the hen house. Dan Cupid Is Busy h March 909 Families On Relief Rolls Thirty-five Couples Get Mar riage Licenses From Wilkes Office Local Optometrist To Attend Clinic Ernest Graham, Head Of Pro duction Credit Corpora tion At Local Office Dr. .T. .S. Deans Will Go To t’on- vention .And Graduate Clin ic Next Week r>r. J. S. Deans, optometrist of this city, will attend the North Carolina State Optometric Con vention and Graduate Clinic at the Hotel Sir Walter Raleigh in Raleigh April 9th^ 10th and 11th. Dr. Charles Sheard. of Mayo Clinic. Rochester. well known educator in optometry, who will speak, will be one of the futures of the educational program. Dr. A. M. Skeffington, of Chi cago. Director of the Graduate Clinic Foundation of Optometry, internationally known for his work in analysis and correction of eye problems, will conduct the clinic. Miss Harriet Berry Is Visitor In City SecreUr> Of North Carolina Good Roads .As.soclation Is .Against Highway “Raids” Miss Harriet Berry, of Ralelfsh. secretary of the North Carolina Good Roads Association and one of the original good roads boost ers, was in North Wilkesboro yes terday for a brief visit. Miss Berry declared herself 8trongl> opposed to proposed “raids" upon highway funds and asserted that if the state high way commission is to maintain the state highways and county roads in anything like a dfecent manner, there must be no reduc tion in gasoline tax. and automo bile licenses plates, and certain ly no diversion of highway funds for purposes other than the con struction and maintenance of roads. Rrnest Graham, President of the Production Credit Corpor ation of Columbia. Columbia. S. was in the city Tuesday in the interest of the Wilkesboro Production Credit .Association. His reports are very encouraging for this department of credit for the farmer. Mr. Graham emphaslaed the fact that this is a permanent system of credit for the farmer and that when an applicant se cures a loan through-.the_^.jAcal Association whose headquarters are in the Bank of North Wil kesboro building, he automatical ly becomes a stock holder in the Association. In this way the farmer will gradually absorb all the stock and become the source of his own credit. Mr. Graham is making a tour of the western part of the state and visiting several associations. Jefferson Lawyer To Be At Kiwanis Vocalife Screen Is Installed At Orpheum Theatre A new screen, known as the Vocalife screen, was installed the first of the week at the New Orpheum Theatre. Reproduction . _is eonslderably Improved as a re sult of this addition to the thea tre equipment. j4r. and Mrs. Paul Se'bastian. of this city, wqre visitors to Statesville Sunday. Ira T. Johnston To Deliver To Club In City Tomorrow Ira T. Johnston, prominent Jefferson attorney, will address the Kiwanis Club tomorrow at the regular weekly luncheon at Hotel Wilkes. He comes here at the invitation of J. R. Finley, who will be in charge of the program. The Ashe lawyer and former member of the legislature is one of the outstanding orators in this section of the state and Ki- wanians are fortunate in secur ing him (or the program tomor row. Pre-Easter marriage licenses business at the office of Register of Deeds T. H. Settle was un precedented. Dan Cupid was so active during the month of March that a new modern record for number of licenses issued during any month with the exception of December was established. Thir ty-five couples were granted lic enses. Couples securing licenses dur ing the closing days of the month were: Page Hutchison and Ennis Call, both of North Wilkesboro; Clarence Handy, of Sheets, and Matoka Shumate, of McGrady; John Henry Ferguson. Ferguson, and Eleanor Carlton, Boomer; Earl iH. Tate and Kathryn Haynes, both of Lenoir; Rex W. West, Champion, and BR« Mae Foster, Congo; Cecil R. Wood. .Moravian Fails, and Vetra Pilk- enton. Pores Knob; James . R. Adams, Ronda, and Bonnie Smith, .Benham: J. W. Miller, Wilkesboro, and Ruth P. Gerdes, Greensboro: Morris Matherly and Pearl Marley. both of Purlear; Vaughn Reavis and Vallie Hig gins. both of Reddies River: Ros- coe Sheets, Harmony, and Vera Sheets, Wagoner; Grady Holder, Purlear. and Mary J. Eller. Wil kesboro. Some help in the form of clothing, food, medicine, etc. was given to 909 Wilkes fam ilies during January, Febm- ary and March, it was learned Tuesday from Mrs. G. O. Fos ter. county director of the fed eral emergency rellif admin istration. These families were not en tirely dependent npon relief funds for maintenance and the number merely represents families to whlcli some help, either small or large, was giv en. Some Improvement In the relief situation Is noted. Fred Phillips Is ^ed fa West Victim of Coal Mine Tragedy Was Son of Former Wilkes Citizen FUNERAL AT BOOMER County Ball Loop!,_ May Be Organized {jaii Jaiiied’ro ^ L Meeting Of Probable Man agers To Be Held Here Monday Evening Youth Was Killed In Accident While Operattng a Coal Car County Board In A Brief Session Only Routine Business Is Trans acted By County Commis sioners -At .Meeting Native Of Wilkes Honored By G.O.P. .Archie Elhdge Is Elected To Hewl P'lfth District Repub licans This YeaO Attorney Archie Elledge, of Winston-Salem, was elected dis A brief session was held by the board of county commission ers Monday, regular time (or the April meeting. Only business of a routine nature was transacted. Charlie Cannon, a Spanish- Amerlcan War veteran, was granted a peddlers license. No meeting of th© board education was held Monday. of Candidates File A. Ronssean And J. Hayden Bnrke Make Deposits J. A. Rousseau, local attorney, and J. Hayden Burke. Taylors ville lawyer, filed with the state board of elections as candidates for the 17th district Judgeship this week. Their filing fee was $65 each. Kills Girl and Self Harold B. Hall, until last Au gust a federal prohibition agent, killed 17-year-old Charlotte Hud son and himself after a quarrel in the girl’s home at Hagers- trlct chairman at a meeting of I town, Md. Tuesday. It was such a fifth congressional district Re- clear case of “murder and sui- publicans in Winston - Salem'clde" that no inquest was neces- Pred Phillips, 19, son of the late Carl Phillips and Mrs. Vic toria Phillips, former Wilkes citizens, was killed in a coal mine near Welch, W. Va. Wednesday. The young man was operating a coal car when the accident oc curred. He was alone at the time and when discovered by other miners, he was in a dying condition. The body was brought to Boomer, where his father and mother were reared. Friday. Fu neral services were conducted from Boomer Baptist church Sunday* afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Isaac Watts. Interment was made In tie church cemetery. Surviving th© young man are his mother, Mrs. Victoria Phil lips, and six brothers. His father died three years ago. Mr. Phillips was a half-nephew of Bob and Fred Phillips, who reside at Boomer. A movement to organize the county baseball league again this season was started yesterday, it is virtually certain that the six- county league will be organized, but it is thought that the sche dule can be arranged so that home games here will not con flict. A meeting of prospective man agers and others Interested in forming the county loop will be held ftt the city hall Monday eve ning at 7:30 o’clock. No action was taken at Tuesday evening’s meeting. Teams which will likely he represented in the proposed county oT^nlzation are an in dustrial team here, Grier Mills, Moravian Falls, C. C. Camp, Pur lear, Millers Creek and possibly other places. School Children Praised By Fire Chief Foi^ Drill Water Bills Must Be Paid At Once U. Reynolds Issues AVamlng That Service Will Be ^to- contlnned Soon S. U. Reynolds, assistant sup erintendent ,of water and streets, issued a warning yesterday -that water service will be discon tinued if bills are not paid on or before the fifteenth of the month. The service will be disconnect ed on 'the sixteenth if the bills have not been paid. McMillan Buys Ashe Ice Plant Local Man WiO Return To West Jefferson To Oper ate It* Busiwtss Tuesday. Mr. Elledge is a native of Wilkes county. He is one of the most prominent Republican lead ers in Forsyth county. sary. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Doughton. of this city, visited Mrs. Dough- ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner, of Winston-Salem, during the week-end. W D MeMllhin, who has been with the^. automobile gaf garage basiness for yMM fceee, completed a deal f« ' - thto' parehaae of the ^ * trrttm toe plant Tuesday and ^11 go there to take charge of the bualneee the latter part of the week. Mr. McMIIUb purchased the plant from J. E. Shumate. ^ The local man will bo acenm- paoled to West Jefferson by Mra. MeMlUan and their little dangh- ^tef, Mary Sne. Mr. McMillan ^ ' ■ a oatfve of Aahe county. ■; P. E. Dancy Re-Entering The Inaurance Buaifieaa P. E. DaB«f, who was engaged in the Insurance basiness for several years. Is re-entering Ws old field and will devote' his en tire time for the present In sell ing automobile accident poHctes and health and accident policies. Mr. Dancy is representing the Federal Life Insu’rpnca/company, of Chicago,, considered one of the most'''prompt" com panies in paying ^ gljlms. Mr. Dancy will be pleased to have the o|)portunlty to explain one ;of his policies to anyon^ ifttgregt' ed. - C. C, Hayes May Seek Clerkship Friends Express Opinion He Would Make Strong Candi date For The Office Rumblings of more political thunder was heard yesterday’ with the deelaratlon of friends’ of Charlie C. Hayes that the county commissioner won i d make a strong candidate for clerk of Superior codrt. Interviewed regarding the ru- hibr that hs may enter the-raea, Mr. Hayes admitted that he had given some consideration to the matter. He said he had not made any decision and would probably not do so for several days. ,Mr. Hayeai friends believe ttat the RepabUcan party could hot offer a strbnger^candtdate in the November election and are ctg*‘ i ing him to announce for the post ‘ Mr. W. H. Worth, of Jefferson, spent a few hours In the city on business yesterday. Mr. Worth Is president of the Bank of Ashe. Wilkesboro Grange To Meet Saturday Evening Wilkesboro Grange wJU hold a special meeting at the court house In Wilkesboro Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock. It Is es pecially requested that all mem bers attend. Fifir HMRfr CoHWM No Fire fiWMWmfc awd vntaSMrr flreMMr the jsb’ yes- ibHlAy idSWlit no^ hurt ftoasl no'’jprM*eb-.cacite«Knt thw'She msBimy or a s««« amai which caused the fire alarm to sound. comHnnously until a mechanic pnt a stop to it. Ofiie track mid a group of ftoemen nsriied to the point where tlie and halted. OB the square wbe* shortage on ^ circuit set off the alarm withoat aid. School Buildings Vacated By 900 Children In Minnte And Thirty Seconds “The school children and their Instructors are deserving of the highest praise (or the orderly and prompt manner in which the school buildings were vacated to day," C. G. Day, chief of the North Wilkesboro volunteer fire department, declared yesterday after witnessing an unannounced fire drill pt the North Wilkes boro schools. Mr. Day with Henry Landon, who has charge of the fire truck. Chief of Police Jimmie Anderson. Policeman John Walker and T. H. Waller witnessed the drill and timed the children. Both buildings were vacated in less than one and one-half minutes. Mr. Day and Chief Anderson both expressed the opinion that the drill Indicates beyond doubt that the children could vacate the buildings with absolute saf ety In case of a fire. In counmenting further, Mr. Day said he wished to congratu late the students and teachers for this precaution and express ed himself as highly pleased with their co-operation with the (ire department. Gets $80,000,000 Richard J. Reynolds, son of the famous tobacco magnate, into an inheritance of $30,000.- 000 yesterday. April 4 was his 28th birthday. Furniture Workers to Hold Convention Colored^Woman Is In City Saturday ^ “ Plans Are Being Made 'To Or ganize Workers Of State Into Single Union A convention of furniture workers in the State of North Carolina will be held in the Union hall (third story over D. & S. Bank) on Saturday, April Tth. A dbiegtotlaa cmwtettng of ffve delegates and (iviF alteritate*’ Trbin ettbli local uniott’ of furfil’ thve woiftM* ha th» state ate a* convention are: Mr. BveretJ Mor- UEdQN PC»T MEETS »— — AMa 1 TaAot a tete fltetehHltetesaito rls, president of the Central La bor Union In High Point, chair man; Mr. JWibert Smith, preel mu «> tne »•. —— * --- meeting of Wilkes •origiBated.., dpnt of Furniture Workers Local County Post No. 128, Ameren " - * ln Lenoir,, vice chalrauin: Sand J Legion. be hdd tomorrow Mna uwura.wt us*» ,.aa - ^ no fire COB)^ serti. The E. W. Goode, secretary, of evroing ^ local union 1703, North Wilkes- Lm^on - Auxiliary bor^ necretouer. r ^ ^Meekins Electedj State Cl ByRfi| 4- james S. Duiicsii . Naoie and Hendei Miui Is Easy*"' ’ Washington . . . The" appoint ment of Emit Horja .(above), as active assistant to Chairman James A. Farley of the Demo cratic National Committee Is in terpreted here to meat) that Post master Farley will aot resign from the .ndSlonal coifiniittee. A. Oppose Lainbeth YadkinviOe Attorney' Nomi nated At Congresfaonal Convention TSiesday Avalon attorney, E. Hall, Yadkinville was nominated as the Republican candidate for Con gress from the eighth district at the congressional convention held in Lexington Tuesday. The Yadkin county man ac cepted the nomination and pledg ed himself to conduct a vigorous campaign against Representative Walter Lambeth, of Thomasvllle, who 80 far is unopposed for re- .nominatlon. The privilege of naming a district chairman and manager and secretary was con ferred upon the congressional nominee by the convention. Mr. Hall is a member of a fam ily long prominent in th© Repub lican party and he is acquainted with quite a number of voters in Wilkes corfnty. Practically all the Wilkes dele-: gates named Monday attendedi'' t^e Lexington convention. Noted Play* To Be Given Soon •Rebecca Of Snnnybrook Farm" And “Peg 0» My Heart" To Be Skvn April 10 The first named play will be vention's keynote speaker. given at the matinee perform ance starting at 1:30 and the 8 p. m The school is sponsoring the performance and will receive a share of the prc-ceeds. This noted company is making a (our of towns and cities throughout the south. MEETING HAIOfOi^j&US Wilkes Delegation Votes To Fenr^' Votes For to Charlotte, April 4.—The North Carolina 'Republican "o)A surrendered to the ,denu^ - Insurgents fo( ‘‘new:v lolHiiship" at the sute coMentfdi^'hm/to- day and William U?^iffeekliw. of Hendersonville, was elected' chairman of the state' executive committee upon the wt^dnti of State Chairman James 8. can, of Greensboro, as a caudl- date. ' Duncan's decision to abaadeu his candidacy (or re-election toildi;> the convention by surprise. Hto supporters had waged a battle in the county conventioiw for delegations Instructed for him and he came to the conven tion claiming 700 convention votes, nearly 150 more than the number necessary to elect. Throughout the morning ses sion of the convention while Its early business was being cleared away, there was apparent tension among the delegates. Duncan relieved it with a brief announcement as the hour (or election of a chairman came in the late afternoon. “I realize there is a spirit (or change and wlU not force my self on the party,” he said. “Therefore I will not permit my name to be considered for chair man.” The 1,118 delegates, flanked by hundreds of other Republicans who filled the 3,000-seating ca pacity of the armory auditorium here, sat a moment in stunned silence. Then a hubbub of many voices in whispered conversation arose and delegates instructed for Duncan began to caucus on how they would vote. Leaders of the Ferree and Meekins forces scrambled wildly in efforts to swing the Duncan men to their candidates. When a ballot finally was tak en it showed 630 1-2 votes (or Two noted plays, “Rebecca of Sunnyhrook Farm” and “Peg O’ „„ — My Heart”, will be presented by. Meekins and 450 ?-4 (or Ferree, the Joseph Sauline stock com-^ with a sprinkling (or pany, of New York, in Wilkes^ Frazier, of Greensboro Clifford — - ■ «®- boro school auditorium on April publican candidate for governor In the last election and the con- o( The Hendersonville man’s term office and those of future other play will be presented at chairmen were limited to two W. T. Kelly Dies At Siiltvill^, Va. Brothw Of Mrs. J. W. Shook And Messrs. Richard And C. L. Kelly, This Clfy W. T. Kelly, 60, a brother of Mrs. J. W. Shook and Messrs. Richard and C. L. Kelly, of this city, died Monday night at his home at Saltvllle, Va. He had been seriously ill for a month. The funeral service, which was conducted at Saltvllle yesterday, was attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shook, Miss Lucy Shook, Mr. Arthur Shook and Messrs. Rich ard and C. L. Kelly, of t|ite cliy. Claiiiried By Death Hattie Mae Petty Dies At Wlikes Hospital; - Funeral Held On Tuesday ' at Hattie Mae Petty,.coltn^rt, died at. the Wlikes Hospital t -j^unday 1 p. m. She was 34,yparS of e. ■ ■. .(I Funeral services P®®' ducted fiom Damascus ^hj^rch ^ ^ Tttesdky- mhmlnfr ■- Rev. C8rIto«4v**^ waa in charge of Uie aervfoe; Surviving are her mother an# stor posted to » hteteirt. at ^ htethw# and time an eBte« to form Beeale Harris, Donnie L(>b«« furniture ’•terkere _^Blzatlon coarteiiv Pfama BniDW. “wm WhnWlRf - - - *i hh m&U%: . .. Charlie Petty and Lela Petty. The temporary officers of the, . ... j '• i- ON FRIDAY EVENING be hs^d kpmortew T:86 o’clock at' the ClllfB House. AM. attend*; years by adoption of a resolu tion proposed by Marlon Butler, _ f Sampson county, * (ojmer United Statles senator. . Meekins pledged himself , Im mediately to a vigorous cam paign in behalf of all Republi can candidates. “We want to get out the en tire strength of the Republican party in North Carolina , this fall,’’ he said. “We should en deavor to materially increaae'our membership in the state le*tola- tnre with a vjew ,tq^,wl|WlnK an influence that will caute'the, vot ers of the state to be willing to entrust the task of governlnjf the state into our ha,nds. Ih. JW|- “I hope you men wffl IW “h* a ticket in every'^ copimf! I know I should feel vCi^' publlcdn if I weri^Yo* offered candidates (or whom to vote,” Wilkes Delegation - Supports Mr. FeiiP^ The Wilkes delegation, -J&- structed for Duncan, gave a ma jority of its.,^j^,to A. I. Ferree when Mr. Duncan withdrew. The Wilkes delegates gave 24 votes to Mr. Ferree and 10 votw to lfcr. Meekins. Singing Union r siiuBi The Blue ipETsihiljlEAsso- etoUoB wlU iwet at Mt. Fleasant Baptist drafCli at CUmism thr^ fifth Sunday, April 28, h C. Mc Neill, chairman, anuounced yesr' terdai^ Choirs from diffemt charches in the northwest section of jwUkee and parts of Wstpnga pad Ashe are expects !ttoipate. The meettniiBlin ■ Id a. a#, ,par-

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