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Joe Pearson Is a patient
ilto Wilkes hospital.
Born to 3^r. an4 Mrs. Arnold
»ltt, a son On October 24 at the
Mrs. A. R. fRiorman. of Wll-
kesboro, spent last night in
Boone with her brother, Dr. R.
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Mrs. S. T. ,C0lvard, of Wilkds-
boro, left yesterday on a two
weeks’I Tlslt with her parents,
J^r. and Mrs. ,D. S. Tryon,’ at
A daughter Was born yesterday
^t the Wilkes hospital to Mr. and
C. P. Pardue.
Mr. H. P. Eller, local Fire
stone dealer', attended a Fire
stone company meeting in Char
Mr. Archie P. McNeill, who is
stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga.,
spent the week-end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cyrus
Mr. Paul Ellis, of McGrady,
ras a visitor in North Wilkesboro
Mrs. B.'V. Kelly, of Charlotte,
spending a week here ■with
lier mother, Mrs. M. H. Stone. 1
Mr. and .Mrs. C. J.
and children spent Sunday at
Marion with Mrs. Swofford’s rel
Mr. A. W. Cadger returned
Swofford ‘ home in Moores-
Mr. Roscoe Strley has return-
to Louisville. Ky.. after vis-
relatives and friends here. !
Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Needham
and children, of Vvtinston-Salem.
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs, W. B. Beamon.
L. Michael end
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts. I ^^ernard Shumate spent Sunday
Somers township.were among Parents. Mr.
(he visitors to this citv today. ^ee^e.
ville after spending the week-end
with his son, Mr. L. A. Gudger
A son, Roy Stevens, Jr., was
born October 10 to Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Cavenaugh, of Wallace. Mrs.
Cavenaugh is remembered here as
Miss Mickey Bryant.
Mr. G. P. Dockery, of Elkin,
ras a business visitor to the city
Mrs. J. I. Myers has returned
Lorn Wilmington where she
fpent several days with her son.
sir. John I. Myers, who is as
sistant manager of the Carolina
l*lheatre in that city.
A son was born Wednesday at
the Wilkes hospital to Mr. and
’ Mi-«. Ben Holler, of North Wil
kesboro, route two.
Mr. and -Mrs. Edward C. Safrit,
of Chicago. 111., are visiting Mrs.
Safrit’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Scroggs, of Moravian
Mrs. C. A. Kennedy, of Conov
er, spent last week with her
neice. .Mrs. .Mack Johnson, of
Mrs. Charlie Parsons, of Par-
sonville, underwent an operation
for appendicitis Tuesday at The
Wilkes Hospital and is recover
I Mr. H. C, Somers, well known
1 fanner of the eastern section of
I the county. w;is a North Wilkes-
broo visitor today.
Mrs. G. S. Scroggs, Mrs. Phillip
Scroggs and son, Johnnie, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Safrit, of Chi
cago, 111, visited Mrs. G. S.
Scroggs’ niece, Mrs. Alton Spicer,
R. W. Reavis, who has spent
the summer in
returned to his
Lumberton. has i
A marriage license was issued
during the past week by Mr. C.
home at Halls
IC. 'Sidden, Wilkes register of
They’re off to the races, this trio of youngsters in Paramount’s
newest Aldri.h Family picture, “Henry Aldrich for* President,” open
ing Monday at the Uberty Theatre. The dejected lad in the wild
sweater is Jimmy Lydon, the screen’s new Henry Aldrich. The oth
ers are Mary Anderson and Charlie Smith.
IRST—rub throat.chest,and back
frith Vicks VapoRub at bedtime.
THEN—spread a thick layer of
VapoRub on the chest and cover
with a wanned cloth.
1 Mr. and -Mts. Elman Robert.s,
! of Lumberton, visited friends and
' relatives at McGrady and Halls
Is Baptist Sermon Subject
At the 11 a. m. worship service
in the First Baptist Church this
deeds, to James Waddell and Sunday the pastor. Dr. John W.
Gladys Sparks, both of Roaring | Kincheloe, Jr., will speak on the
' -Mills for the past week.
Kiniaw and Mr.
both of Lumber-
HIGHT AWAY, VapoRub goes to
work—loosens phlegm- -eases
muscular soreness or tightness-
helps clear upper air passages—
relieves coughing. Brin^ wonder-
I .Miss Billie Waugh Johnson,
I daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. II.
ion, were visitors of Misses
I Johnson, of this city, was among
! those witnessing the Carolina-
Wake Forest football game at
I Wake Fore.st Saturday. Wake
) '•■'orest won the game 13 to 0.
Catherine and Lucille Hall In
North W’ilkesboro and friends at
Halls Mills the past week-end.
Now at our Regular Prices!
THE SENSATIONAL $2.20 ROAD-SHOW HIT ,
HAILED AS THE GREATEST
PRODUCTION IN YEARS!
Mrs. Trealy Harrold underwent
an operation Monday at Davis
hospital in Slatesville. Mrs. John
R. Jones and daughter, Cather
ine, and Miss -\ma Richardson
visited Mrs. Harrold there Tues
subject “Old-Fashioned Christ
ians”. Sunday School assembles
at 9:45 a. m.. and the Baptist
Training Union meets at 6:30 p.
There will be no evening wor
ship service in the Baptist Church
this Sunday as the members of
the Baptist Church will join with
the members of the Presbyterian
Church in a union “Welcome”
service at the Methodist Church
this Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m.
CARD OK THANKS
We take this means to express
our sincere thanks and apprecia
tion to each and every one for
their kindness, sympathy and for
the beautiful flowers during the
illness and death of our dear
wife and mother. May Gfid bless
••o oiriD ^
Lumi>-snni payments made un-
ler- the Social .Seenrity-Act in
cases where an innied wmdur
died leaving no family member at-
titled to monthly survivors’ insur
ance benefits went to 956 persons j„jro. Surviving are his
in North Carolina durjn*,t*w^| Honeycutt,
six months of 1941, iccorinng to
,Iiobi8 H. Clement, manageikof the.
social security of^e at SaBsbi^.
IRiese payments totaled ^,096.0>,
he said, idding that the number of
persons recemng payments is
greater than the number of de
based wage earners, with respect
to whose wages payments were
made, since on^the death of some
insured workers more than one
person may be entitled to share in
the lump-sum payment.
^ The size of the lump-sum pay
ment is si^ times the 'worker’s
“primary benefit, which is an
amount figured on the basis of his
past wages in exactly the same
way as monthly retirement bene
fits. Such payments are made to
the widow or widower, a child or
children, or to a parent of the de
ceased worker—in the order nam
ed. If no such relative exists,
other persons who assume respon-
.sibility for burial expenses may be
reimbursed up to an amount equal
to six times the primary benefit.
A never before published song
hit, which Tommy Dorsey pre
dicts will gain Hit Parade honors
with complete words and music,
appears first in the big Sunday
Washington Times-Herald, now at
O, ponpyciitt, age fs/-wbo dMi;
at his home there Saturday
several daye illnetj^i *
He was a’brother of the-’late^’
Mrs. B. j;' Kennedy, of WUkes^
children and grandchildren, one
brother.and jone slater. Those
from i Wilkesboro attending the'
funeral service were B. J., Claude,
George and Ray' Kennedy, and
Frank Kennedy, of Winston-Sa
(Jse the advertising columns o
this paper as yoar shopping guid
Ads. get atteutlMi—and leenlta.
, The amazing love atoxy oi
' world's richest man—who wanted
love on his own
terms - a price
no woman would
ON ^ ,
Mr. C. E. Hall, Misses Cather
ine and Lucille Hrll, of .>rorth
Wilkesboro, Mr. Eugene Kiniaw
and Mr. Cecil Wilkins, of Lum
berton, Misses Annie Ruth and
Bernice Hail, of Halls Mills,
were visitors in Roaring Gap
Mrs. R. J. Hinshaw, owner of
the Hinshaw School of Beauty
Culture, and Mrs. A. B. Raymer
rnd Miss Mamie Church, of this
city, and Mrs. Kitty Beach, of
Lenoir, attended the convention
of North Carolina Beauty Shop
Operators in Greensboro Tues
"Th* best motion pictois
1 •v«r sawl"
—Chapman In “Hollywood"
“A mast*ipi*c«—On* oi
most romarkabl* *t*i
mad* I" -MadofflolwH*
771* Afojonry Aefora
)o—ph Cotton PoroUiT Cominqor*
^ Gooig* Coulouris
— and —
important: SEE IT FROM THE STARTI
Mrs. Lin Bumgarner, of Mil
lers Creek, has returned from
spending a few days at Wash
ington. D. C.. with her aunt,
Mrs. Ralph Gaither. On Satur
day she attended the wedding of
Miss Lois Hall Gaither, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Gaith-
to Mr. Raymond Stoville. Mrs.
Bumgarner also went to Quan-
tieo, Va., to visit her brother,
Mr. Henry Pearson, who is in
the Marine corps and is station
High Sales Record
For Curb Market
Set This Month
Home demonstration club curb
market here set a new monthly
record in this month. Miss Eliza
beth Williams, home agent, said
The market, which is open only
on Saturdays, did a total of
$256.80 in sales this month,
which was higher than for any
previous month during the three
years the market has been in op
eration. Mrs. M. 'V. Roberts, of
Gilreath, Mrs.. Ralph Swanson, of
Boom( r, and Miss Zelma Pennell,
of Moravian Falls, were the lead
ing sellers in that order.
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES ig
loolies Uoatf)—.Sport and Oa-sual
fonts witli and without beltA
Made of good quality wool ca.stle
tone.s (men’s wear fabric) fleeces,
tweeds, plaids, etc. Advance fdyles
newest fall colors. Sl7C.s 12-50.
Special prices $4.95 to $11.95.
'The Goodwill Store.
DOUBLE VALUE NEW...
MADE OF SPUN RAYON FLANNEL
Look! Quality! Workmanship! Styling!— Cleverly
simple, yet with a wealth of style and.detail that
will make you blink your eyes in airiazement. Brand
new styles in one of the loveliest fabrics you have
ever seen for the money. See the novel tucks,
touches, smart stitching. They fit perfectly and
washable too. Size 12-44. GUARANTEED FULL
CUT. PERFECT FIT, FAST COLORS.
Special Only . . . Each
Go Where The Crowds Go—To
The Goodwill Store
“THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS”
Tenth Street North Wilkesboro, N. C.
Wilkes people ■who attended
the funeral service at Ebenezzer
church in Ashe eoi'iiity Sunday
for Fred Bare, who was killed
in an automobile-train accident |
in Salt Lake City, Utah, On Oc
tober 18, included:Mr. and Mrs.
G. T. Bare, Mr. and Mrs. O. K.
To all who have called at our
office, or sent in their assess
ments which were due Octo
ber 1st, we want to express
our sincere thanks and appre
ciation. The response has
been fine, and now only a few
of our thousands of members
have overlooked their pay
ments, Be sure that you, too,
remain in good standing in
your association by making
payment before November 15.
,) Mutual flurial Asso.
W. K. STURDIVANT, Pre.ident
Whittington. Miss Clyde Shep
herd, Mr. Claude Hutchens, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Bumgarner, Mr.
'and Mrs. W. A. Bumgarner. Mr.
'and Mrs. Ralph Bare. Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Absher, Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. 'Shepherd,, M,rs. Bessie
Miller, and Rev. Watt M. Coop
er. who conducted the .service.
Mr. Bare was a brother of Mrs.
'a. G. Shepherd, of Reddies Riv-1
er. and an uncle of Mr. G. T.
Bare, of this city.
Youth To Serve
Year In Prison,
Raleigh.—James Robert Wynn
of Johnston county pleaded guilty
in federal court yesterday to a ‘
charge of violating the selective
service act by failing to register '•
and was sentenced to a year and
a day in the Atlanta penitentiary.
The sentence was suspended
and Wynn was released under 18 '
months’ probation to give him an
opportunity to enter the service.
Judge I. M. Meekins said.
The prisoner had registered
b^ween the time of the issuance
of the suit and his appearance in
This was the second consecu
tive day on which Judge Meekins
hrs passed s^entence in a draft
case. Monday, he sentenced Da
vid R. Morgan, honor graduate of
Wake Fo'rest College, to 18 qion-
ths for refusing to fill ont hla
Friday Morning, October 31st, we
will be open for business at our new
building just west of the cty limits on
Highway No. 421, (Boone Trail), just
four blocks out. Every department
will be ready to serve you as usual.
(Watch This Newspaper For Date Of Formal Opmun^;)
‘TOUR CHEVROLET DEALER”
North Wilkesboro, —o— NorAGardina
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