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The Journal-patriot. (North Wilkesboro, N.C.) 1932-current, October 01, 1934, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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•• 1*--^ SsEf JOTOtNAL-PATRIOT. W. K. ^ MAMIE SOCMWELU TOltOB 8^ PHONE ns .. lirA Lincoln Spainhour ; HoiteM'To Bridce Club *■■^^•-*1406010 Sp^inhour was IxmiMwt »t bridge Thuisday eve- Blug at her home on Memorial ATWue^''^guests being members ,of ber own bridge club, the Tbareday night club. Two tables wen made up for the game amid a-ihrl^t setting of fall flowers. Hubert Winkler was win- Bhr -ol the high score prize. When eaxds were laid aside the hostess sisted by Miss Halite senring a tempting ‘5P®N*- Social Calendar Tn* And Topics Club Met WHb Mrs. Ralph Duncan The members of the Tea and To|i*c« club, with a number of additional guests, were delight fully entertained on Thursday eren^g by Mrs. Ralph Duncan if W? home on C Street. In the IlTing room where the guests speht the hours informally in a pelTO'd of sewing and conversa tion colorful fall flowers made a teetlve background. M 4he end of the sewing p^od Mrs. A. B. Johnston and Miss Anne Duncan assisted the hostess in serving a salad and sweet course. Visitors of the club were Mesdames B. S. Call, John Rhodes, W. E. Jones, Marcus Moore, "W. S. Moore, and Mrs. A. S. Cooper, of Brownwood, who was a guest of Mrs. Call. The October meeting of the North WflkeeboiO Methodist Auxiliary will’be held Tuesday aftemoou at 8-:80 o’clock lu the afternoon at S: 8© o’clock in the liadles Parlor-of the church. The four circles of the North Wllkesboro Presbyter ian Auxiliary will hold meet ings Tuesday with the follow ing as hostesses. Circle No. 1 at the liome of Mrs. W. 3. Bason Tuesday nijdit at 8 o'clock. Circle No. 2 at the home of Mrs. Watson Brame with Miss Clara Gentry as Joint hostess Tuesday night at eight o’clock. Circle No. S with Mrs. Gor don Finley Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock; Circle No. 4 meets with Mrs. M. J. Boardslee Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Bryan Gilreath Entertained Bridge Club A delightful club party of the week was the one given by Mrs. Bryan Gilreath at her home on Thursday evening when she en tertained the members of the Wilkesloro bridge ciub of which she is a member. Two tabies were made up for the game with Mrs. Gordon Forester holding high score at end of play for which she received an attractive award. A salad course followed the game. A‘variety of autumn blossoms made lovely decora tions for the home. Dr. Hubbard Addresses WUkesboro Woman’s Club An address by Dr. F. C. Hub bard featured the monthly meet ing of the Wllkesboro Woman's ciub that was held on Friday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. F. G- Holman with Mrs. T. E. Story and Mrs. F. J. Hartley joining as hostess. A large number of the members were present and at the close of the afternoon the hostesses served delicious re freshments during a pleasant so cial hour. The topic for the program was Child Welfare with Mrs. O. K. Whittington as leader. Mrs. Whittington introduced Dr. Hub bard, who spoke very interest ingly on “The Diagnosis of Can cer.” Miss 11a Holman, a T"orker in the county, gave s ,lenJ,l .'account of her \vf-rit. ihree musical n u in fers completed the program and v.tjj given 'oy Mrs. C. T. Mitch ell and Miss Ila Holman. who sang a duet, Mrs. R. E. Prevetto and Miss Ursula Blevins each played a piano solo. The business part of the meet ing was In charge of the presi dent, Mrs. C. H. Cowles, the us- nal routine of business being transacted. hirs. C. G. Poindexter will be hoste».s this evening to the members of the Idlewlse club. and setback with bridge being in play at the majority of the ta bles. The party was open to the public with an admission charge of 25 cents per player. At the conclusion of play the finance committee of the club served tea. sandwiches and cakes. High score prizes in the games were aw'arded to Mrs. George Forester and Claude Doughton in bridge, and Mrs. J. M. Craw ford and J. D. Schafer for rook. The award in setback went to Mrs. J. H. Finley. A most interesting feature in connection with the card games j was the Post Office, at which one purchased letters tor 25 cents, which contained the num ber of article to which the pur chaser w'as entitled. These ar ticles were donated by the mem bers of the club and all were of real value ranging as high as $5.00. The proceeds from the party, which was around fifty dollars, will be used in building a Club House on the lot donated by Mr. and .Mr.s. F. C. Forester. Through I the Post Office at the Party the club received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Forester containing the deed to the lot. The club plans to give several other parties. Drive For P.-T. A. Members To Begin Today Tlie drive for membership in the local P.-T. A. will he put on this week, beginning today and continuing through the eighth. Miss Elizabeth Finley will act as chairman and everyone is urged to join and help support a worth while organization. Margarel Anne Hutchens At Birthday Party Margaret Anne Hutchens, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Hutchens, was honored Thursday afternoon on the occm- lon of her fourth birthday anni versary, when her aunt, Mrs. An na Hull, entertained at a birth day party at her home on E Street. Btorles and games, which were given and directed by Miss ■amle Yates, occupied the chil dren.’ At the end of the after noon the children went to the dislng room for an ice course. A^Wg white birthday cake was dalqgeked with four tiny pink MBdles while pink dahlias were/ attractively placed about the room. Fourteen children came to celebrate the occasion with Mar garet Anne and a special guest for the afternoon was Mike ‘■y.; Quinn, small son of Mr. and Mrs. ' -, j^ek Quinn, whose birthday also >f. ■ on the same date and to Wm a Bice gift was presented. The little hoooree received a nmaber of useful gifts and favors for thw girts were small dolls and Tlih 1)078 were given whls- •tlea. -fhs benefit card party spon- os^ tie North 'VYUkesboro sn’s'elub £t the Legion olio^on Triday. evening \^rovelr ib J>e * 1»«»® success and Childhood To Be Theme ^ Of P.-T. A. District Meeting "Investing in Childhood’’ will be the theme for the meeting of the Northwestern district of the Congress of Parents and Teach ers which will be held at Mount Airy Thursday. October 4. Mrs. D. S. Coltrane, president of the district, will be in the chair and •several speakers of note in the state will be presented to the gathering. Representatives from the 15 counties which comprise the dis trict will attend. Anyone who wishes to go from the local P.- T. A. is requested to call or see Mrs. T. A. Finley. The meeting will open at 10 a. in. and con tinue into the afternoon. delightful affair for all attoBdiug^ Play began at ceremouy “ReTerle*; by o’cioek wtt.h. thirty-four Ar _ v^rldge, J -r;/’ Mias Helen Jones Weds John W. White Kenansvilie, N. C., Sept. 29.— Of Interest to friends in both the Carolinas and Virginias, was the marriage on Saturday afternoon at five o'clock in the Baptist church at Kenansvilie, N. C. of Miss Helen Jones and John Wes ley White of Charleston, West Virginia. The altar of the historic old church lent itself to the simple yet lovely decorations. Stately long leaf Southern pines formed a back ground against which bas kets of white Gladioli were grouped. Along the altar rail, covered In white and draped with English Ivy. were placed tall, white cathedral tapers graduat ing to the center where stood a tall, while pedestal entwined with ivy, on which was placed an artistic group of candelabra. Mrs. W. G. Herbert, of Spar tanburg, S, C.,^ sister of the bride, furnished the "wedding music. An a prelude, Fibich’s-lovely ‘Poem’ was played, after which Miss Margaret Johnston, Soprano, of Wilmington, N. C., sang Heine’s lovely poem, "O'^Falr, O Sweet and Holy” with tfSe ninsical set ting by Otto CastMS Oaring the of Mr. W, V. Hlr, tenor, Mlsa Margarat Johaston, eoprano, Mtee Mary Gamble, aito and Mr. 'W. 0. Herbert, Jr., base, sang the'ever beautiful marriage hymn, “0 Perfect Love.” At the close, of the benedictory prayer the qdar^ tette sang "The Lord HJess Thee and/.Keep Thee ai»d Cause Face to Shine Upon TTiee.” ' ner’s wedding music from !Lo- hengrin was used for the procee- sional and Mendelssohn’s stated, dignified March from “Midsum mer Night’s Dream” as d reces sional. The bride, who entered with her brother. Dr. L. LeRoy Jones, who gave her in marriage, was attired in a lovely afternoon cos tume of rust chiffon velvet with hat, gloves and shoes to match and carried talisman roses and valley liUles. Miss Margaret Jones, youngeet sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Wore royal blue" chiffon velvet with accessories to match and carried a bouquet of pink roses and delphlnlan. Two little nieces of the bride, Miss Mary Claire Jones, of Portsmouth, Va., and Miss Margaret Hall Jones, of Wallace, N. C., were junior bridesmaids and • wore long, be- ruffled dresses of rust and blue changeable taffeta and carried old fashioned nosegays. The groom,* attended by his best man, Mr. Eugene Spalnhour, of Elkin, N. C., met the bride In front of the altar where the Rev. R. C. Poster, pastor of the bride, read the Impressive .Episcopal mar riage ceremony. The ushers were Mr. Julius Hubbard, Wllkesboro, N. C., Dr. T. E. Jones, Ports mouth, Va.. Mr. Wood Privott, Edenton, N. C., and Mr. H. L. Jones, Norfolk, Va. Mrs. White, daughter of Mrs. Thud Jones and the late Mr. Jones, is a graduate of Converse College, Spartenburg, S. C., and for several years has been a suc cessful teacher in the public schools of Lexington, N. C. Mr. White, a graduate of the Univer sity of North Carolina, is the sou of the late Dr. J. W. White and .Mrs. White, of North Wilkes- boro. N. C. Mr. White is assist ant division manager for the Reynolds Tobacco Company, and is located in Charleston, West Virginia where they will make ih home. Immediately after the cere mony, the bride’s mother, Mrs. Thad Jones, gave a reception to the bridal party and friends at her home in Kenansvilie. The house was very attractive with bowls and baskets of bright fall flowers throughout. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. White, mother of the groom, and the bridal party formed the receiving line. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones greeted the guests and introduced them to the receiving line. Mr. and Mrs. Elwootl Reed and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jerritt spoke to them as they passed into the gift room and Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Boney and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowman directed them to the dining room. The lovely table, covered with a lace cloth and holding a beautiful white bride’s cake, surrounded by fern and dainty white flowers, was the center of attraction. Tall white candles in crystal candelabra softly lighted the room. Mrs. Wood Privott and Mrs. LeRoy Jones, at either end of the ta ble, served molded ice cream and Misses Catfierine Sltteraon, Mary Alice Blackmore, Martha Pick ett. Nancy Jussely, Margaret Williams, Louise-Wells and Ra chel Jones passed block cake, iced in white with orange blos som trimmings and green and white cream, mints and salted nuts to the guests. Misses Anna Carr and Erma Williams presid ed over the punch bowl. Miss Mary Cooper had charge of the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gavin spoke to the guests as they were leaving. The young couple left In their car in the evening for their brid al trip, after which they will be at home to their friends in Charleston, West Virginia. The out of town guests in cluded Mrs. J. W. White, WUkes boro, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spalnhour. Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Julias Hubbard, Wilkesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Spalnhour, North WUkesboro, Mr. Roy Spalnhour arid Mr. Jack Spalnhour, North WUkesboro, Dr. Kenan Casteen, LeaksviUe, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Johnston, Miss Mar garet Johnston and Miss Louise Shepherd and Robert Plummer, Wilmington, Mrr W. C. Herbert and Mr. William C. Herbert, Jr., Spartanburg, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Wood Privott, Edenton, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jones, Nor folk. Va., Dr. and Mrs. T. Elmore Jones and Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jgnes, Portsmouth, V-a., and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jones, Wal- “CHAINED^’ REUNITES JOAN CBAWFORD AND CLARK GABLE AT THE LIBERTY iPARTY W NEW Yt»K" falo, N. T.. Sept. 27--r- H. ihinan. United Statea Sena- toV Royal Jg Copeland and the entti’e AtcblniOtet I'Snomlfiated. Now York pejnocrata went hiome *from thek c'onrentlon tonight to rnoipaiga Yor 'the liew deal and thek candidates. They adopted a platform which pledged the party in President Reeeevelt’a home state to nn- quaitllM .fnpport of the new deal. The platform also emphasized tfar Jiublic ptiliUes aaestiori as a major fsene of the New York campaign. In •KJhained,” Joan drawford and Clark Gable are co-starred in a story written especially for them by Eigar Sehvyn, noted writer,, di rector anfliprodB^er?- litiy in the kind of picture they both made famous—Joan as the vivid young lady of New York, and Clark Gable as a young American in Buenos Aires. With Otto Kruger and Stuart pkndn also incjudedi in the cast, a most marvelous performance is guarantee by the management. Thursday and Friday at the Liberty To Be Held In This City 1935 Grange Convention (Continued from nage one) of the , 10 point tax program out lined by Dr. Clarence Poe on the opening day of the session, abol ishment of the absentee ballot law and markers; reduction in auto licenses to 30 cents the hundredweight, with a minimum of $6: Opposing division of highway funds and asking the state highway commission to pay particular attention to secondary roads, recommending retention of sales tax as temporary sup plement to other forms of tax ation. One of the biggest fights of the closing day was on a resolu-1 for It and a recommendation was passed. Another resolution opposed re peal of the Turlington act. Before North WUkesboro was selected as next year's meeting place invitations were extended also from Wilmington and Greensboro. Addressing the convention Capiis Wayiiick. state relief di rector, pointed, out the responsi bility of citizens in government, the necessliy of backing and im proving the, iarm relief program, asked Increased appropriations for public service aiid roads, cut ting out all exemptions and re moving, loop holes from the sales tax an'd support for that tax un til a better is proposed. The meeting adjourned Friday tion asking-the passage of a law , . „ . requiring a state driver’s license afternoon, after which the execu without cost to the applicant Sent up by Robeson Pomona Grange, the resolution was de feated In committee upon the contention that it would cost too much. Brought up on the floor it passed. live comuiiUee passed a resolu- tioij advocating the conscription of weglth, property and man power in time of war and favor ing taking the element of. profit out of war. The class of 172 initiates tak- Aii *1% 1VE.TT ...—^ BACKS UP NEW DEAL S^bcer, 18, who Is said to attompted tnleide by *" Hiekori’, ■he hlxnaell. in, tba abdomen with Bhptgari Monday momlafr in a hospital here this afterne CRIOKUISIQN m dri^ bi 19 C9MnVVfVfBM j9m/ 99 tIhMpiHf |N « COUCH'; • V PMNT MAcauii auav JENKINS HARDWARE COMPANY’ • - — * “Nortiiwest North Carolina’s Largest Hardware Ster^.,,^ NORTH wilkesboro’^ N. C. Mrs. W. W. McCuUock, of j ing the skth degree Thursday Madison, brought cheers with ad- night was'the largest in the hi.s- vocacy of poll tax for women, | tory of the state Grange Iron Firemaa helps pay for itself out of fuel Mvings. Install Iron Fireman now and you'll have years of the finest cheapest aotomadc heating that money can buy. For homes and heating or power boilers up to 230 h.p. Easy terms of payment. Ask for free survey. The itets may surprise you. JOHN B. STEEL BOONE, N. C. 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