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irial Heetiiyt To Be
fronp meetlnr of the Pres-
rUl -arin he held at Glendale
IKS on FVVday, October fifth,
seeelone will be held with
sc programs being giv-
In the morning and after-
ieaon. Quit* Wpnmber of people
jM«g it|e|^^eScal Presbyterian
VClSjgny^lteplanning to attend.
P.-T. A. To Meet
Mt. Airy Next Week
A meeting of the North West-
era district of the Parent-Teach
er Association will be held at Mt.
‘ Airy Thursday, October fourth,
■ai^iceaentatlves from ' P.-T. A.’s
l%e Wllkeihoros’ are expected
to Attend. •*
“Mte. W. A. Jmikins Is
^ Haeleii -T^ Bible Class
The"^-monthly meeting of
^rlffoman’s Bible class of
Jlorth Wilkesboro Methodist
etrafth was held on Tuesday aft-
enioon with Mrs. W. A. Jenkins
s*'‘hostess at her home on Sixth
Street. Presiding for routine
business *as the president, Mrs.
W. P. Horton, with a number of
Important matters coming up
To open the'meeting. Rev. Mr.
ienkins, pastor of the church,
led Jn prayer. An ice course was
served at the close of the after
noon by Mrs. Jenkins. Sixteen
T. E. U Class Met With
Mrs. D. E. Elledge
A meeting of much interest
was held by the members of the
T. E. L. class of the First Bap
tist church on Tuesday evening ^ ^ —;;
at the home of Mrs. D. E. El- Delightful Pinochle
' Social Calendar
The WilkeeT>oro Woman’s
Clatt-meets Friday aftmuioon
at 8:80 o'clock at tbe home of
Mrs. F. O. Holman.
. A benefit card pary wBl be
given by the North WUkeeboro
Woman’s dub Friday evening'
at the Legion rlubhonae, be
ginning at 8 o’clock. All those
deeirlng transportation to the
party please call 30 w 260.
tee entertained at a weiner roast
on Monday evening at the Izaak
Walton camp ground. The group,
numbering around thirty-five,
motored out to the grounds at
five o’clock where weiners were
roasted and marshmallows toast
ed, followed by a number of
games and songs. (Those In
charge of the girls were Mrs. T.
A. Finley, chairman of commit
tee and Miss Gertjude Gilliam
and Mrs. H. V. Overcash, troop
Cars were furnished by Mrs.
W. G. Gabriel, Mrs. Jack Brame,
Mrs. I. E. Pearson, Mrs. T. A.
Finley and Miss Mary Gwyn
Williams. The outing proved to
be a most delightful affair to all
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. A.. Bum
garner announce the marriage of
their daughter, Doris Elizabeth,
to Joseph Allle Hayes on July
7, 1934, at the Methodist par
sonage in Boone.
mer,. ’ '
dn Fjrldar Evening, Mrs-Thad ,
Jones, mother of; the bride elect, C'flfr V.
will enteradn'at'* biiffet supper V* *
honoring the wedding party and
out of town guests. r
Mrs. William Jones, of WaK
lace, will honor the bride-elect at
a luncheon on Saturday.
U. D. C. To Moot Mtmday
Wilkes Valley Guards Chap
ter of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy will meet on
Monday afternoon, 3:30, w|th
Mrs. J. R. Hix and Mn. C. D.'
Coffey at the home of Mrs. Hix.-
ledge with an attendance of
twenty members and two visi
tors. Mrs. George Campbell, the
president, was in charge the
usual routine of business being
The meeting openeci by sing
ing the class hymn “Bie«t Be the
TSe that Binds” followed by
prayer by Mrs. A: C. Dennis. An
inspirational talk “Going Deeper
with God’’ was made by Mrs.
John Rhodes. A new visiting
committee composed of Mrs. D.
G. Wiles, Mrs. E. E. Eller and
Mrs. W. A. Bullis was appointed
by the president.
At the close of the meeting
Mrs. Bullis directed an interest
ing flower conSpst after which
the hostess iperfed a delicious
Mra. Moore and Mrs. Lomax
Entertained S. S. Class
Mrs. Ivey Moore and .Mrs. C.
B. Lomax joined hospitality to
the members of the Young La
dles Bible class of the local
Methodist church on Tuesday
evening at the home of the form
er. Mrs. Walter Newton, the
president, presided for the busi
ness session at which lime new
officers for the eoiming year
were elected as follows; Presi
dent, Mrs, J; M. Crawford; vice-
president: Mnf. Pearl Rhodes;
secretary and treasure, Mrs.
Murphy Hunt; assistant secre
tary at^d treasurer, Mrs. T. H.
Waller, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. J. D. Schafer.
Rev. W. A. Jenkins, pastor of
the church, opened the meeting
by leading the devotional period
after which he made. a splendid
talk on the study course for the
year. Du^g an enjoyable social
hour following the meeting the
hostesses served tempting re
freshments. The meeting was at
tended by fouriseu.
Mra. Watson Brame
Feted At Bridge Party
To fete a popular bride, Mrs.
Watson Brame, a lovely bridge
party was given by Mrs. Warnei
Miller and Mrs. W. L. Holder at
(he home of Mrs. Miller in Wil-
: "joro on Friday afternoon.
( ilorful tall flowers made a fes-
t're background for the guests
who found their positions at four
tables for the game. The honoree
■ prior to Lor marriage in August
was Miss Lina Forester, of this
» Mrs.' Gordon Forester won out
in the bridge competition win
ning ail attractive award. To tha
bonpree, and two other bride.s
JIrs. ClaHrte Doughton and Mrs.
J*ck Brame, of tbe winter and
spring, the hostesses presented
beautifnV remembrance^. Mrs.
Doughton ihe former Miss Pau
line Turner, of Winston-Salem,
and Mrs. Brame, Miss Virginia
hit, of this city, Mrs. P. B.
Forester, of Washington, D. C.
who is vlstflDf relative in Wll-
ifceshoro, was also remembered
With a gift.
When cards were laid aside
Mijler and Mrs. Holder
served a delicious salad and
Girl Scouts Enjoy
O^iag’ Monday Evenuig
Lending vivid reality to the
"down to earth" .^erlcan char
acters of Gene Stratton-Porter’s
famout best-seller, “A Girl of
The Llmberlost’’ gained popular
acclaim at initial showing and
comes to the Liberty Theatre,
Thursday and Friday-.
The photoplay Is a faithful
transcription of the Gene Strat-
ton-Porter original, and -pre-
cerves the full flavor of the Mid-
Western rural locale.
One of the two most popular
of the sutor’s works, the familiar
story deals with the efforts of,
pretty TElnora Comstock to gain
an education against the deter
mined opposition of an unrelent
ing mother who has hated her
child since birth.
Into the plot enters those two
kindly souls, Wes and Margaret
Sinton, and little Billy, the or
phaned ragamuffin, whom El-
nora befriends. Then the efforts
of “The Bird Woman" are en
listed in Elnora’s cause, and fin
ally, with her high-schooling al
most complete, comes the love
of Phillip Ammon, son of Dr.
Ammon. Complications ensue
with the arrival of Phillip’s
fiancee, Edith Carr, but with the
departure of Eldith, hud JKath-
I erlne Comstock’s eventual’ dis
covery that she has wronged her
daughter ail her life, there
comes the touching finale.
It’s a simple story, hut beau
tifully told, and remarkably
Party Is Given
A delightful pinochle party of
the week was the one given
Tuesday evening when Mr. and pjayed by such splendid troupers
Rhode»-I^y Stoiw Shows
Yearly Report Local Unit g loss Pattena
Shows Achievement Pro*,
eram Carried Oat
I In order to'acquaint the people
the county with the work of
the locahnnk of the American Le*
gion Auxiliary for the yitar, the
following rq|)ort of the achieve
ments of the unit is given:
The Wilkes County post No. 126
of the L?giwi Auxiliary is very
proud of the year’s work and fe^
that the people of the comity vronld
be interested in a summary of the
year’s achievements. ^
The North. Carolina department
president w.as from, our member
ship, ana Mrs. Absher’s work for
the year has Seen recogniied over
the entire state. Also the nation
al defense diairman was one of
our members and Ihe state office
and child welfare , survey office
have been located in our midst.
Our membership for the year
was 66, our quota. jWe received
two state citations for work well
done. ' "
Our child welfare work among
the 'World War veterans’ homes
nioeding is one of. our best
project^ \^e have contacted dur
ing the ye». 10, families—62 indi
viduals : spent 'in ,-cash $160.98.
This , has taken care of clothing,
food and in many instances we
have arranged for medical care,
this being given= at special rates.
One hundred hours of service has
been given in this work. Our work
at Oteen among the soldjers there
has amounted to $22.26. We have
remembered our boys each month.
The Auxiliary, with the aid of
the Woman’s club and Parent-
Teacher congress, have had a li
brary for the summer month, pro-
Vidifig free to all who desired
books to read.
The members of our Auxiliary
have madJ 100 glasses of jelly to
be used for lunches to underprivi
leged children of Wilkes county.
The programs recommended by
the national organization have
been used each month. We had a
program on Armistice Day in the
public school, also, assisted by | ABSENCE MAKES
; Rhodes-Day iMmiture Com
pany, is this week partloipatinK
in National Rug Week, an event
featured by the first showing of
the attraetive patterns of.,the
1936 Ardsley: Rugs, popnlar Axr
Attention Is called to the'^at-’
tractive window display in the
Rhodes-Day windows, which dis
plays the new patterns. Bach rug
has a price tag, which shows that
the prices on these new patterns
are most reasonable.
Commenting on their partici
pation in National Rug Week,
Mr. C. G. Day, of the Rhodes-
Day Company, today issued the
following Btatement.*- v
,‘‘We have Just received the’
new 1935 patterns of Ardsley
Rugs, our most popular Axmin-
ster , fabric, 'which are now-:’ on
advance display in our, Rug De
partment, If you are buying a
new rug this fall, visit our .Ards
ley .gtyje §bow now ftp you can
make your seleetion from
full assortment of the new
terns being .shown.
“The designers have outdone
themselves this year. When you
see the beauty of . the designs
and colors you would scarcely
believe that this is our most
popular-priced Axmlnster. 'f n
quality, Jn feel. In appearance,
they look like much higher-pric
ed rugs. T"
"No matter what your style of
furniture or your color scheme,
you. will find something in these
new Ardsleys that exactly fits.
They include hooked designs,
modern, chintz effects. Oriental
reproductions, Chinese, florals—
almost any type of pattern you
can name in a wide range of col
orings and in any room size.
“Come to our Ardsley Style
Show now. We will gladly re
serve for you the rug you want
If you’ need your new rug a little
the tota^ vsloe «f hwnal estate
just M A jo& is S0A penaitted to
deduct the .combat sum total of
all his debta front the yidne of his
solvent credits.” waiMidvocated.
The qiteaker advanced a jplan to
demand that I100J)00.000 of the
federal income and iidieritance tax
be redistributed to the state for
support of'the public schools—a
policy long advocated by the Na
tional Ch-ange and which would
give. North Carolina taxpayers
$8,000j)00 to $4,000j)00 amrarily
to “just'and justifiable tar relief.”
Man Breaks Into May
Not Be Allowded To Stay
Danville, Va., Sept .,26.
Claude Bmithers, who success
fully. broke into jail last night,
was .not quite sure today it be
could remain there. It all de
pended on a conference between
Last night he went to police
headquarters and asked to be
locked up. He had done nothing,
however, and he was denied ad
mittance. Then Smithers said
that it the police denied him ad
mittance he would be compelled
to go out on the street and com
mit an unlawful act which would
provide him with safe passage
into the jail-
One of the policemen present
. was somewhat nonplussed but on
finding that Smithers was with
out funds said that he could
jail him on a vagrancy charge.
His case was continued today
until tomorrow morning.
coonling of registnato at.
Unlver^ last right SiuA
total of 2^^ students
showing an inerease of 277'i
oivr tbe oiroUment one year
to tbe day. This sets a new
enroOment for ao early a period ba
Registarion of students, in thf I
schools of Oleine, nuzsinih^.^ and 4
SiMka, and some in the gndaatq g i
school, are yet to be completed, ^
the school of medicine opens on Ocr
t^r 1 for the autumn qiiarter. p
..a And Howl
It all . the flsbemea in. the>>:
world were placed side by rido-L
wow—wbat a bqncb of liata!
a Lot Better ^
Relieves CoatlMfflS^ ]
Prom many suttee coita leporta
Uke the fcdlowlng from hlri W. 1C.
Henderson, of Jasper, rtA: "I have
been taking Tbedfotd’s Blacfc*
Draught twenty years. 1 take it
for ctmstipetlcm that glres me a
dnll, tired, aching feeling, and Z
have headache, too. Black-Draught
relieves me of this trouble. After
a few doses, I feel as good as new.
I keep it In my home. I have a
big family. 'When one of ns Is ail
ing (ftom constl]
feel a lot better.'
worth its weight in gold to my
family.” ... Sold in 25|j packagea.’
“Children like the Sjrup.”
ben one or us is au-
as Louise Dresser, as the mother,
Ralph Morgan, as liVes . Sinton.
Marian Marsh in the title role,
and Henry B. 'Walthall, Helen
Jerome Eddy, Eddie Nugent, Bet
ty Blythe. Barbara Bedford,
Tommy Bupp and GiGi Parrish,
the IVampas baby star.
Mrs. James Lowe entertained the
pinochle club and several guests
at their home in Wilkesboro.
The home was beautifully dec
orated with fall flowers carrying
out the color scheme of red and
Six tables were arranged and
each individual found their plac
es by the means of dainty place
I . the runner up for high
score .Mrs. Walter Emerson prov
ed to be the most successful tor j
the ladies and .Mr. Ray Kennedy
for the men. And low score went i
to Mrs. Fred Caldwell. Each re*C. “ j „„
reived a lovely gift,
were Misses Lola Belle
Gladys Cain. Patty
Card-of Thanks From
County Tubercular Hospital
the L/»gion, in a Memorial Day
service, decorating with a poppy
wreath in honor of those who gave
JAR GROW BIGGER
High Point, Sept. 26.—Even
their lives during the war for our kraut jars yield their increase.
country. Poppies used in the | About two years ago someone
wreath were made by families of | stole from the back porch of
Through your paper we wish to
thank the Woman’s club of North
Wilkesboro for the nice Philco ra
dio, w'hich has been installed in the
'’reception is fine and we wish, in
, I this way, to show our apprecia-
veterans who are at Oteen.
The child survey office which
was originated by Mrs. W. R. Ab.
sher, was located here and one of
the members did the survey in
Wilkes. Six hundred families were
contacted, 300 of these being
World War veterans.
The finance chairman reported
Gross receipts $136A6
Gross Rehabilitation 230.86
nests for the evening
ar lie, j hours for the inmates
Somers, Li-' , , .
who need cheer.
zette Stone and Frances Somers,
and .Mr. Spencer Richardson.
tVhen cards were laid aside
the hostess had the assistance of
Mrs. David Lowe and .Miss Fran
ces Somers in serving a salad
course and sweet course.
Miss Ola Church To
Wed N. S. Forester, Jr.
Of much interest locally as
well as over the state is the an
nouncement of the approaching
marriage of Miss Ola Church, of
Elkin, and Mr. N. S. Forester,
Jr., of this city. The announce
ment was made last week at a
delightful social affair given in
Elkin in honor of the bride-to-
-Miss Church is the attractive
and accomplished daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Church, of
Elkin, and Mr. Forester Is one
of the city’s best known young
business men. He is the son of
-Mrs. N. S. Forester, and the late
The wedding will take place at
the Elkin Methodist church on
Saturday, October 20th.
Also to the two civic clubs, the
Lions and and Kiwanians, for the
fine electric washer and wringer
which was recently placed in the
laundry. The strenuous work in the
past will now be greatly lessened,
for which we are all thankful.
To all who in the past have
shown us so many substantial fa
vors, also beautiful flowers, we
wish to extend' our g;rateful ack
Mrs. Cora Miller, Matron.
Mrs. Anna Blevins, Asst. Matron.
Policeman H. F. Richardson’s
home his valuable kraut jar. |
Last night Mr. Richardson found |
a kraut jar in the same place,
from where his own had been re- i
It was a new container; had
not been used and instead of
holding five gallons as the first:
jar had it had a capacity of six'
Kenansville, N. C.. Sept. 25.—
Of Interest in the State is the
wedding of Miss Helen Jones to
Mrs. Eva Parker was honored
on her 41st birthday anniversary
Sunday with a surprise dinner.
There was a large crowd; to enjoy
the dinner. Several of of her rela
tives, friends and neighbors were
present for the enjoyable occa
Miss Nellie Barker spent Satur
day in Elkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Nymph Hawkins,
of Lomax, spent Saturday night
with Mr. Hawkins’ parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Hawkins, at Aus
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hawkins, Mr.
and Mrs. Nymph Hawkins. ' and
Miss Merl Hawkins went to the
Elkin hospital Sunday to see their
This money was raised by dan-
c’s, parties, plays, etc., member
ship dues and poppy sales. To car
ry on our work we must make
some money and in providing en
tertainment we feel we are also
aiding our community welfare. 1
Club house committee report is'
as follows: |
Gross receipts $1,068.69 j
Gross expenditures 1,059.60
|We are carrying eight shares of
building and loan to complete the
payment of the club house, and ap.
•preciatti the aid which has been
given by every one in assisting us
in carrying on.
PRICE IS HINTED
John Wesley White of Charles- l■daughte^ and sister, Mrs. Ida Key,
ton. West Virginia,* which will be of Bocvville.
solemnized Saturday, September j
29th at 5:00 o’clock in the Ken-|
ansville Baptist church. |
Miss Jones will have for her
maid of honor, her sister. Miss
Margaret Jones, of Kenansville. |
-Mr. White will have' as his best
man, Mr. Eugene Spainhour, of
Elkin. N. C. The groomsmen
will be Mr. H. L. Jones, Dr. T.
E. Jones, of Portsmouth, Vir
ginia, Mr. Wood Privott, of
Edenton, N. C. and Mr. Julius
BOOMER. Sept. 26.—Mr. and
i Mrs. G. B. Carlton and family and
j Mrs. Ralph Swanson and Mr, and
Mrs. S. H. Swanson attended the
Sherr-’ll reunion at Mr. John Sher
rill’s in Caldwell Sunday.-
Miss Virginia Craft has entered
N. C. C. W. for the ensuing school
Miss Agnes Pearson, daughter of
i Mr. James Larkin Pearson, has en-
Hubbard, of Wilkesboro, N. C. tered school at Statesville.
Tacopaa the tall season of the
;-,’Airl'fit0oat troops of North Wil-
the Girl Seoat Coaunlt-
Llttle Misses Mary Clare Jones,
of Portsmouth, Virginia, and
Margaret Hall Jones, of W^allace,
N. C., will be Junior bridesmaids.
The wedding music will be ren
dered by Mrs. W. C. Herbert of
Spartanburgf S. C. and Miss Mar
garet JohnSt^on, of Wilmington,
Miss Jones is being shown
many social courtesies this week.
Miss Lula Hinson, of Kenans-
ville entertained on Wednesday
with four tables of bridge.
Thursday noon, Mrs. -..L- -A,.
Beasley and Mrs. Henry L. Stev
ens, Jr„ of Warsaw, vJil give a, .guBdaiv*
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sowers and
little daughter, of Statesville, vis
ited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. Carter Laxton, of Washing
ton, D. C., visited his aunt. Mrs.
J. E. German, last week.
Mr. JL C.-Swapson, of William
son, W. Va., visited his family
here during the week-end.
Miss Hassle Wall, a . teacher in
the Newton schools, has gone to
resume her work.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parsons and
family attended the aqnual Bum-
rwtako atRiver Bap
tist church in Al'&ander county
Washington, Sept. 22.—A hint
that the nation’s motorists must
be prepared to pay higher prices
for gasoline emerged today from
testimony before the House com
mittee which is considering pos
sible oil regulatory legislation.
John E. Sbatford, an indepen
dent refiner and member of the
national petroleum code author
ity, testified that the gasoline
surplus was being reduced by
application of a refinery control
"Refinery control is a suc
cess,” he said. “It has taken
three months to work off the
sins of tbe first six months’und
er the code. We ale just now
getting into a position where we
can hope to improve ^he price of
gasoline at the refinery.”
Plans Completed For
Kiwanis Meet Oct. 10-11
'Rutherfordton, Sept. 26. —
More than six hundred Kiwan
ians and their ladies are expect
ed to move on Asheville, Octob;.
er 10, 11 and 12 for the annual
convention of the Carolinas Ki
wanis district. This promises to
be the -most largely attended and
enthusiastic convention the Kt-
wanians of the two Carolinas
have ever held. The Asheville
club is leaving nothing undone
to make the convention a suc
Wednesday night, October 10,
will be a dinner meeting of tbe
executive committee. Convention
hea^uarters .’will be at the
George Vanderbilt Hotel.
Son: “Papa, when you went to
school, did they have a board
education?” a; j
Father; '.‘No, son. The teacher
Pride of North Wilkesboro
A Highly Recommended
Program For All
Gene Stratton Porter’s
‘GIRL OF THE
With An All-Star Cast
wd Recomntraded Shorts
Betty Boop. Cartoon
and Other Good Shorts
BOB STEEL in
Abo Clyde B:atty in ;
‘AXE ME ANOTHER’
A Star Studded Musical
HIT AFTER HTTI
“BARRETTS OF WIM
“BELLE OF THE NINE-
And AH 111* Big Ones!
rrs HOW MUCK
WE CAN GIVE
FOR YOUR MONEY THIS WEEK AND NEXT AT
The Goodwill Store^,
LOTS OF NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS COM
ING IN. SHOP WHERE YOUR DOLLAR
BUYS THE MOST
New Fall Dresses galore. Our buyers while in New York |
found these lovely dresses. They are here for your in
spection. You will find all the latest models in silks and
woolens, Everv style you want and the price you want
to pay. Sizes 14 to 48, ^ gj^gg
priced from -
Ladies’ Fall and Winter Coats, The'season’s smartest
styles and fabrics, sport and dress models with neweest
style treatments, new bark weave, all-wool ci’epes and
tweeds, wanted sizes and $9.90 and $1290
colors. Special, each
Men’s Oxfords, good looking, made for
and wear, W^at a buy! $2.98 value,
Real bargains in Men’s
from -• —
16 'and 18-inch
One table Children’s Shoes.
Close-out price —
98c and $1.19
HOSE SPECIALS. Ladies’ all-silk full fashioned chif
fon and service weight Hose. The Cora Hose that 48c
wears best. New fall shades. Special, .pair
Better quality Pepperell Prints, 36-inch wide, guaran
teed fast color, every pretty pattern, such as plaids,
stripes, checks an'd floral designs. Speaal, 1 Tj*
yard - - —^
Fine quality blue and grey Chambray, y^d-
wide. Special, yard — — —-
Big arsortraent of Wash Fabrics, such as 32-inch Ging
ham. Apron Checks, and yard-wide Broadcloth “I A
in solid colors. Special, -- AVL
Yard-wide Cretonne, both and d’ark.col-
^lecial, yard 7.
Table O'l Qoth, every desir^ pattern, wjdth
46 and 54 inches. S]^ial, yard
Part wool Crib Blankets, siM, 3C^
nursery patterns. Ckrfors, pink or
Luxurious fiiin we^ve Satin-baek Crepe. Will make , up
into stunning dress for sport, street, qr evening ^ear.
.Fashion's favorite shades.’ SpCcfel,^ ‘ ^ * [i / 9c
Nice quality-ruffled Curtains, new outstanding styles,
well made, good materials, a value. Special, 48ta
Ebccellent q.ualify plain panel Curtains of fine cotton
checked Sci^ standard length, colora cream Cft|*
ecru. Specif, pair T — JOv>
Chijdren^ 'Pams, all-wool knits and French berets, new
fall coJoii. Special, : d ZSc
Chil&»h!8 cotton ribbed long .Stockings. Special,
pair —— - ;
Women’s cotton kmt with rayon striped Bloomers,
assorted colmsiitf ^leeial. pair -—
A special group of Ladies’ House Dresses, fast odors,
best styles, long and short sleeves. ^ 97C
Special, each !
Women’s Cotton Knit Hose for OMnfort and
Assoi-ted sizes and colors. Special,
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO I^DE HEADQUAlMiaBiS
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