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. Mta- BJeelya
. iktt^AAed a meotUiK of the
(?tXQllna Student Home
^ r Clubs Association In
Jfias Sharpe 2nd the delesatCs:
Biten Lotus, Pauline Billings.
Aanfle Eller, and Nancj Long, left
Iftnth WllkMboro on Friday
■aomlng and arrived at Salem
College, In Winston-Salem, In
tUne for the genera', session at
two o’clock. At two-forty-five
there was a group singing in
■which all participated.
At three o’clock'E tiroBt enjoy-
mWe program was presented ''by
Appalachian State Teacher’s Col-
loge. followed by pictures
wt 3:00 O’clock. At 4:30 there was
«n inspection of exhibits and a
tivltles closed with a formal bou-
tour of the campus. The days ac-
vnet In the new dining hall.
■On Saturday, activities began
with a general meeting at nine
sPclock and lasted until 12.45.
Miss Sarpe and the girls spent
the night in Winston-Salem at the
Robert E. Lee hootel. They had
Iwnch in Winston-Salem on Sat-
trday. then returned home after
I xnuch-enjoyed week-end.
Reports on a recent inquiry
jBBt out to former Navy men who
■ware still following the skilled
txwdes they had learned in the
Ma.vy showed the average salary of
fhwe workers to be J165.00 per
■aonth. Ninety-seven per cent said
their time in the Navy was of
sreat value in civilian life. Eighty-
three per cent said -they would
do the same thing if they had it
to do over again.
•AJV ORDER AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF $.17,000 ROAD
ASTD BRIDGE REFUNDING
BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF
YVILKES. NORTH CAROLINA
BE IT ORDERED by the Board
«f Commissioners of the County of
Wilkes, as follows;
'Section 1. 'That bonds of said
County for the maximum aggre
gate amount of $.'!7,000 are hereh>
KUthorized to be is.sued pursuant te
-the Countv Finance Act. as amend
ed for the purpose of refundine
\Valid existing indebtedne.ss incurr
ed for mads and bridge purposes
of -said County evidenced by the
following outstanding bonds:
$11 000 5 l-‘2 per cent Road
Bonds da‘ed Anri' I:’. lO'.O and
payable .April 12, li*42.
' $H;ii00 0 1-2 per cent Road and
Bftuge Bonds dated M'v I, 1022
And navablc May I, 1942.
$10 000 4 3-4 per cent Road
Bonds dated November 1. 1916 and
pavahle November 1. J941.
.?0,0!?0 6 per cent Road Bonds
dated November 15, 1921 and pay
able November 15, 1941.
$4,000 5 per cent Road and
'“Bridge Bonds dated December 1,
1924 and payable December 1,
.Section 2. 'fbat .a tax sufficient
to pav the 'principal and interest
of the bonds herein authorized
when due shall be annually levied
‘flection 3. That a statement of coranuinity
'.the County debt has been filed homestead
-with the Clerk and is open to pub
.SectSna 4. That this order shall
tail*? effect upon its passage, and
shall not be submitted to the vo-
The foregoing order was finally
■passed on the 6th day of October,
T941, and was first published on 1 ,
the 2.3rd dav of •
Rergttson, Oct. 28—^There will
be a Halloween party and carnival
sdven at the school building FHt
day night, October 31. A special
feature will be a negro minstrel
and a bazaar conducted by Miss
Stanabury. Special booths will
be provided tor the sale of Ice
cream, cake and candles. Every
one Is Invited. A good time and
lots of fun await you.
The retival at the Baptist
church, which has been In pro
gress for two weeks, conducted by
Revs. A. J. Foster, Dwight Ed-
minsten and Mr. Ward has been
very successful, about sixteen
having been baptised'In a beau
tiful service at the Ferguson
River bridge Sunday morning at
ten o’clock. The meeting Is con
tinuing and we are advised there
have been several additional con
versions since Sunday and ano
ther Baptismal service will be
held Tuesday afternoon. The
school faculty, the patrons and all
the churches of the community
have combined in a most coopera
tive spirit in making the revival
success. Mr. L. C. Matherly
and Mr. Fred Walsh have been
very active in furnishing music,
tor the meeting and they have
provided some very fine song
book.s for the church, which have
helped very materially in the
musical programs. It was an in
spiring scene to see so many
young jjeople align themselves
with the church, the greatest in-
sHuation on earth. Grown men
broke down and wept as they wit
nessed their children taking a
stand for the more abundant life.
Our old Philosophy teacher,
who you would think could see
sermons only in stones, often said
to his pupils. “If you feel like
weeping or shouting, do so. Such
demonstrations are often signs of
A man in our community whose
name is seldom seen in print de
serves quite a bit of recognition
and that man is Albert Marley.
Two years ago or more he hap
pened to a very distressing auto-
nobile accident in which he had
')Oth less broken and otherwise
was badly i'niured. He had not
more than recovered from this
until the August. 1940. flood
came : long and destroyed his
home, taking Urn house and all.*
contents. In spite of all these
reverses. Albert lias kept uP bis
■'(vrnge. bas in some way by baril
work and persisleiice purehased
•nid and built a new home rnd
he and his family now reside
there very happily.
Miss Blanche Ferguson will en
tertain the school faculty at (tin
ner at her home Wednesday even
Mrs. T. r. rarlton, ('f ('entra-
li;'. Kansas, is expected in to vis
it relatives here at an early date.
It will be r‘--:'lted that Mrs. Carl
ton was horn and reared in this
at the old Hagler
ne; r the mouth of
Kings Creeh in Caldwell County.
She married the late Thomas C.
Carlton, also bom and reared in
the l\iitgs Creek community.
Soon after they were married
they moved to Kaitsrs. Two fine
sons were horn to them and the.y
I'd in e.-rlv manhood.
Revr'S.' I. Watts filled hl«W-
ular appointments at-Dover and
Liledown Saturday and ^uijday..
Mrs. Paul Brown and children
of ’Taylorsville, are spending this
week-with her mother, Mrs. S. 1.
Mr." and Mrs. Walter Phillips
and children, visited Mrs. Phil
lip’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Hart of Halls Mills Sunday
sevtji’at ,...3 - , - -j
Mr. and "mhA A.
visited.Mr. and Mm. Jim'Candill
of Goshen Sunday.’
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hamby of
Lenoir, visited Mrs. Hamby’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.' William Bil
lings over the week-end.
Mr. Ramond Ferguson and Mr.
and Mrs. Wheeler Ferguson of
Purlear visited Mr, and Mrs. Wll
Mr." ard“Mrs!"z. T Riggs, of j'‘a® .BlUings Sunday.
Lenoir visited in the home of] 'The school here is going good
Mr and Mrs. Walter Phillips! with good attendance. ,
Sunday evening. ! R«v. F. C. Watts, of Purlear
Mrs. Everett Jarvis rnd son,, visited in the home of Rev. and
Buster, of Wilkesboro, visited her Mrs. S. I. Watts last week. ^ — —
sister Mrs. T. F. Greer Monday, j Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Ragan week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips and and family, of Taylorsville, vis-1 Henderson, of Kingsport, Tenn.
Mrs. Frank Moore and son. Da- i ited in this community this week. | Misses Pauline Parks and Win-
7%ey 'were accom^tiieir bome
M1s3 Virginia Fella, who plans to
spend a few days with them.
Miss Rnby Comer spent Satur
day night with Miss Rosalene
- The October meeting ot the Mt.
Pisgah Home Demonstration club
was held Thursday at 2 p. m.,
with Mrs. G. W, Felts.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Render,
son and son, Harvey, of Union
Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. .Blake
I Henderson of New Hope, spent the
fiAVt roiOTta A R. Mitchiner, aa-
Use Ule advoftteilH I u ij.
^his paper. a» vour
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FruK Jiiice Laxative For Faniy
Praaol Is Ideal for tfca wfcola faadly. CUldreB, azpeetaat 1
vid. of Lenoir, visited in the honip
of Mrs. Julia Phillips Sunday.
The Boomer singing choir vis
ited Three Forks church Sunday
Mr. Reford Rogers of Taylors ,
vil'le, was a business visitor here and many people attended church
Monday Sunday school throughout
Sunday was a beautiful day the county.
_iteo actloBa, aoftena body waatea, evenly lolnrkatca tateat&l t.
and gently atimnlatea actio a. Jaet try Pmael. If fta teste and effe
do not pleaao yon ask your draggist for yonr money back. ’ ^
* Pnmel coaua indOe or |Ltf aisea. Sold and girintead by
HORTON’S DRUG STORE
And Rest Wishes
mers Of The New
» 4 rvA I
J. C. Penney Co.
k’s Department Store
ght-Way Shoe Shop
ueen Trucking Co.-
Day Electric Co.
Thompson Retreading Co.
Hayes Hardware Co.
G. P. Store and Maricet