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MISS MAMIE SOCKWEU., Editor—Phone 215
[ celta tor i'*
Met Saturday Afternoon.
Tho Junior division of the Hap
py Tuners club, of which Mrs.
Andrew Kilby Is counselor, met
at the home of Helen Eller Sat
urday afternoon for their month
ly meeting. Officers for the year
were elected as follows: Presi
dent, Patsy Ruth Pope; vice-
president; Helen ^ller; secretary,
Bobby Casey; Program Com
mittee, Betty Liou Kenerly; Doris
Anne Godbey, J. C. Hayes, and
Edwin-Chlpman; Publicity, Fran
ces Harris, Helen B'ler, and Bet
ty Lou Foster.
For the program a number of
the pupils played piano solos, and
at the close of the afternoon the
hostess psslsted by her mother,
Mrs. Monroe Eller, served re
The Civic and Social club of
North WUkestooro wiU meet at
the Woman’s clubhouse' on
Trogdon Street Monday evemlng
at 7:30 o’clock with Mie. Prank
Blair, Jr., Mrs. Watson Brame,
and Mrs. BIU .\bsher as hos
tesses. Miss Evelyn Sharpe will
be in charge of the program,
and will make a talk on China
along with some displaysi
The Wilkes Valley Guards of
the U. n. O. will meet Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at the
home of >Uss Blanche Fergu
son at Ferguuson.
Miss Scroggs. Mrs, Farmer
Hc-^css To Bibie Class
Miss Lois Scroggs afid Mrs.
Wilkesboro Junior Club To
Sponsor Benefit Card Party
The Junior Woman’s club of
Wilkesboro will sponsor a bene
fit card party at the Community
House on Thursday, November 6,
play beginning at 7:30 o’clock.
The Halloween Carnival^ which
ia 8ohedule4 *or uWBlAf:
at the WirkMboro high ,schOoL
building promises to be an occas
ion of great hilarity. So many fun-
provoking features have been
planned that everyone Is sure to
find something to tickle his fun-
nybone. Doors will be opened at
6:30 o’clock, and general admis
sion win be ten cents. This charge
will cover admission to the pra-
gram to be presented in the fud-
Itorlum at 8:00 o’clock. The first
feature dl this program will be
the crowning of the carnival
queen, who will be chosen In a
voting contest conducted through-
out the week. Musical and novel
ty numbers will comprise the re
mainder of the program.
From the beginning of the car
nival at 6:30 p. m., through the
evening sandwiches, cmdy.
drinks, etc., will be sold, and
booths featuring various attract
ions will be open. Bingo, fortune
telling. target shooting, the zoo.
fishing, and other games and con
tests will be going on in different
parts of the building.
Cold, Weather Ni^ds. - Buy Now and Save.
Covert Work Shirts
Mra’8 UniMi Suits
MEN! Just the Shirt to keep you
warm—Two-pocket, full button front
and will give good, long wear.
MEN! Bny a whole year’s supply now
and save money—we are keeping last
year’s prices on this extra heavy
unions. Sizes 36 to 52.
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
Boys School Shoes Boys’ or Girls’ Corduroy Jackets—
Boys, what a bay while they last.
Go^ heavy Panco Sole Work Shoes
—Hide uppers, bradded sides—Sizes
1 to 6.
Boys’ or Girls’ Corduroy Jackets—But
ton front with 2 pockets and full 'belt
—B'ue, Wine, Brown
hliaj «*• '
Lucille Farmer were hostesses to j committee on arrange-
.. ___ 1 'VAKMfV T.CI/^iAQ . . «... X —
the members of the Young Ladies
Bible class of the North Wilkes
boro Methodist church at the
home of Miss Scroggs Tuesdfy
evening. The meeting was open
ed by Miss Scroggs leading the
ments is anxious for all tables
reserve t ions to he turned in by
November the fifth. You may no '
tity Mrs. Tom Dula. or any oth
er club member. |
Prizes will be awarded for men
«u uy HH05* I rnzes win ue awaiurru tvi laatsu
devotional period, and the pro- ladies high in bridge, high in
gram was given by Miss Nonie —■—■- ’ -
Gordon. Mrs. E. H. Helms, the
new president, presided tor the
usual business session during
which time it was decided to fur
nish milk for three needy children
at school. Around fourteen were
present and during the social
hour were served tempting re
Business Woman’s Circle
Holds Monthly Meeting
The Business Woman’s Circle
of the First Baptist church met
at the home of Mrs. P. L. Crook
Tuesday evening for its business
and .•'ocial meeting having • 16
members present. Other hos
tesses with .Mrs. Crook were Mrs.
.Alice Stafford and Mrs. Pressley
Myers, and at the close they serv
ed tempting refreshmeuts.
Mrs. Stafford was in charge of
the prograrn being assisted by
several of the members, and Miss
Manie Brewer occupied the chair
during the business part of the
meeting. Two new members. Mrs.
George Johnson, and Mrs. H. H.
Dotsbn. were welcomed into the
rook, high in setback, and a prize
in bingo. Light refreshments will
be served during the evening.
Mrs. Hoyle Hutchens
Entertnins At Bridge
Mrs. Hoyle Hutchens was hos
tess at a lovely bridge party at |
her home on E street Saturday
evening entertaining at four ta
bles of bridge, which were ar
ranged in a festive setting of
roses and chrysenthemums. Those
winning prizes in the game were
Mrs. Ivey Moore for high score,
Mrs. Tra Payne low score, while
the travelers award went to Mrs, ^
Ray Parnes. Refreshments fol
BrouP’hton Scoffs at
“No Elections In “42’
Raleigh. — Governor Brough
ton said yesterday that any sug
gestion that there would be no
elections in-1942 was "fantastic.
“The biennial elections are r
vital part of our democratic pro
cess and will so remain.’’ he said
in reply to a query regarding
statements by isolationists that
there might he no elections next
year. “The people of North Ccro-
lina would oppose abandoment of
elections even if constitutionally
BOYS’ and GIRLS’
Part wool thi.'k Single Blankets—
Good and heavy solid colors. ’Green,
Boys’ and girls’ School Oxfords—Black
or Brown Leather Uppers — Panco
Soles—Sizes 8 1-2 to 2.
Cedar, Wine, Brown.'
Men’s Sweat Shirts Boys and Girls Shoes
MEN! The warmest thing you can
buy for so little money. Goo^ heavy
Sweat Shirts—All sizes.
Ads. get RttentioT'—and re-n't-
Better School Shoes or Oxfords—Good
tough leather uppers with Panco soles
—Comes in Incik or brown and all
sizes 8 1-2 up to 2.
Bay your needs now—Good heavy
Cotton Striped Blankets—Size, sin-
, gle 60x76.
Men’s Work Shoes
One big odd lot Men’s Work Shoes
-^ome leather soles. Some Panco.
But all new good wearaUe Work
Boys, an ideal Suit for winter—
Good heavy narrow wale corduroy
—Grey or Brown. Pants and Jack
ets to match. Zipper front Jackets
with 2 big pockets and belted back.
Use Brame’s Antiseptic
for burns, ulcers, sores, eczema,
everything for which a salve
-an be used.
Brame’s Drug Store
SOUTHERN BARGAIN STORE
Uncle Sam Warns
Of Fakes, Frauds
Society Held Meeting
The general meeting of the^
Woman's Missionary Society of
the Wilke.sboro Baptist church
was held at the church Tuesdry
evening having twenty-eight
members and two visitors pres
Some years ago. when the epi
demic of speculative Ituylng was
at its height in this country. Uncle
I Sam himself issued a memorable
public “Stop, Look, and Listen’’
j warning which ought to be posted
I in every postoffice in the land
and printed in every farm paper
' r% at t n er Vio.
every fall as crop marketing be
gins. Hero is the official danger-
signal schedule for investors as
then announced by the United
States Treasury Department:
1. Mining Stock.—The best
looking mine in the world may
ent. which included representa-, pr„ve a "white elephant,” Mining
from each of the five cir
is a very expensive undertaking
and the risks are unusually great.
2. Oil Stock.—Drilling for oil
is costly, hazards great. Oil invest
ments are speculative and in a
class with mining investments.
3. In the wake of every impor
tant discovery or invention there
Mrs. George Johnson, the pres-
rident, presided for the business
part of the meeting and taught
the Bible study. The pastor. Rev.
T. Sloan Guy.. Jr., brought an in
During the business session it ponies a host of schemes. The pro-
was decided to have the circle moters of these may have only
meetings on Tuesday after the i,egt intentions, but frequently
first Sunday, three to meet in the tjjgip enthiisiam is about all they
afternoon at 3 o’clock and two at h^ve to sell. Look before you leap,
night at 7:30 o’clock, and the 4 investment in "real estate"
general meeting on Tuesday af- situated in some distant place i.s
ter the third Sunday at the sometimes as dangerous as min-
'Ijiurch at 7:30 o’clock in the jng stock. People have been known
evening Pirns were also made (q buy swamps advertised “sea-
for a mission study in November, j-^ore frontage.” Know wh.H you
are buying before you invest.
D -V. R- Chapter Met I 5. “Land development" schemes
Tuesday Afternoon frequently do not pan out. At best
The October meeting of the jt is a long time before any money
Rendezvous Mduntain chapter of comes in from sales. Investment
the Daughters of the American “new companies” that are go-
Revolution wrs heln at the home i„g to “sell by mail” should be
of Miss Rubv Blackburn Tuesday generally avoided,
afternoon with Mrs. Joe E. John- g. Patent rights .and process
son as associate hostess. The distribution. The patentee rarely
meeting was opened with the us- makes the money,
ual ritual, and Mrs. Claude 7. “New manufacturing meth-
Doughton, the regent, was in ods” should always be closely
charge of the business session. checked and investlgat(«J.
For the program Mrs. James g. An Investment requiring a
C McDiarmid gave an interesting quick decision is often a fake. If
account of three restorations, there isn’t sufficient time to
SERVE YOUR CO
★ protect your future *
GET IN THE NAVY NOW*
America needs volunteers to keep the light of
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telling about Montpelier, the
home of Henry Knox in Main;
the John B. Gordon Hal! in
Georgia; and Fort Hawkins, in
Fifteen members were present
Including Mrs. Harvey Church,
of Rond?. The hostess served de-
‘sleep over it,” something is prob
9. “Special inducements” in
cash discounts or stock bonuses
u urging you to be one of the first
to invest are suspicious symptoms..
10. “Tips” alleged to land you
on the ground floor” will monop-
llcious refreshments during the olize the opportunity.
from common coMs
That Hang On
11. “Playing the stock market
' on margin’’ and all other forms
' of speculation are' decidedly not
, for the small investor. Beware of
I the “bucket shop.” H you buy
I stocks outright for Investment, do
so through a member of a legiti
1 12. Stock in ’’mail order corn-
Creomulslon relieves promptly be
cause It goes right to the seat 01 the ^ panles” being ...
trouble to help loosen ai^ expel promises on what others have
seldom turns out well.
aimed bronchial mucous mem-'
faraoes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon the un-
andlng you must like the way It
dy aCays the cough or you are
ave your money back.
Opelika, Alf.—When her head
became wedged between the mat
tress and footboard of her bed,
Sarah Ann, 8-months-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sar-
«b B*ve your money x ,
^Cowd«S.CI»«s*CoWs,Bronchitis .gent, died of strangulation
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