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People You Know Who Move About
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Horton re
turned to the city today after a
week«td Tisit^ln Durham with
Mrs. Horton’s mother, Mrs. Don
Attorneys T» E. Story, C. Q.
Gllreath, Eugene Trivette and J.
' Mr. Forest-’, -
Co., in Qreenshore# ■ «P^| a f«#
hours Sunday wltlk> ,hih;.>hreBts.
Mr. and Mrs. R- R* ijf
Mr. aud Mrs. R. R. ^ Church,
. W. Q. Gabriel and Mrs.
Dorothy Hendren were visitors In
Miss Elaine Bowman, of Marion,
spent the week-end in this city
with her sister, Mrs. Vernon Klrer.
Miss Margaret Jane Blackwood
spent last week-end In Charlotte
visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Aulton B. Smith.
lira. FTussell G. Hodges spent a
few days recently In Charlotte
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Bobby Smoak, student oi
Davidson College, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. O. Smoak, In WUkesboro.
Mrs. Grace M'.;Swain and Miss
Ruth Roland spent yesterday In
North WUkesboro.—Skyland Post.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hlx arrived
Thursday from Denver, Colorado,
to spend several days with rela
tives at Moravian Palls.
Mrs. A. W. Painter, of Wythe-
vllle, Va., is visiting her sister,
Mrs. E. R. Sturdivant, here.—
Mrs. Clyde Paw Mr. and Mrs (12.
Lee Paw. Miss Lizzie Paw and
Rev. J. W. Groce and children.
Mr. Manley of North Wl^es-'^, High Point, were recent vlsi-
horo. visited Mrs Mattie Hall., Mr. and
« _ . QVw1avt«4 /uaW i O' ’ -
Sunday.—Skyland Post, Oct. 12.
I Mrs. J. O. Black'vood. Mrs. Black
wood la a daughter of Rev. Mr.
8UY MORE WAR BONDS
WA.VTKU—Larjte Qmuitlty Irish
Potatoes. Hiiibest cash pri(M>s.
Tal J. Pearson, 10th 8tr»«t
North WUkesboro. 8-14-lf
WE SELL THE FAMOUS
E. Holshouser, appeared In a case
before the North Carolina Su
preme Court Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Caudill, of
Hays, spent the week end in Boone
with their son, Mr. J. V. Caudill
and family.—Watauga Democrat,
Miss Naomi Broyhlll, memoer
of the Valdese school faculty,
spent the weke end at Boomer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Caudill and
daughter. Miss Marjorie Caudill,
of this city, have gone to Hot
Springs, Arkansas, for a six-
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Elledge, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watts spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. P.
Church, In Watauga cunty.—^Tay
lorsville Times, October 12.
Mrs. Cyrus Wiles has assumed
her duties as bookkeeper in the
office of Belk’s Department store
here. Mrs. Wiles had held a posi
tion in the office of Crest Stores
Mrs. Russell Pearson, Miss Lydia
Yates and Mrs. L. C. Willard, of
WUkesboro, attended the funeral
service at* Troutman Priday after
noon for James Ray Grant, Infant
son of Cpl. and Mrs. James Grant.
Mm. Grant la a ’ nleo® of Mr.
Church and Mrs. Willard.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bailey have
returned to theli^ home In Wlllls-
ton, Florida, after spending sev
eral days In the city with Mrs.
Bailey’s mother. Mm. 0. Ot Poin
dexter, and sister. Mm. Melvin
Kenerly. Mrs. Bailey la pleasant
ly remembered here as Miss Wil
ma Rose Call.
Mr. R. C. Goodwin, Jr., and
family have returned to their
home near the city after spending
several days at Wilmington with
Mr. Goodwin’s parents. While
there Mr. Goodwin enjoyed some
good hunting and fishing, killing
a deer, a number of squirrels and
being lucky on his fishing trip.
Miss Lucille Casey, daughter of
Mrs. A. H. Casey; Miss Doris
Casey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Miss Ann Daniel, Danville, Va.,
'R. P. Casey; and Miss Patsy Mc-
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Across from City Hall ’Pbone 303
and Mrs. B. P. Daniel, Burling
ton, the former Miss Lucile E.
Adams, are spending the month of
October In Tampa, Pla., with Sgt.
and Mrs. B. C. Daniel.
Miss Dorothy Thompson, a
student of Lenoir-Rhyne College,
was a week end guest of Miss
Jsanie Garwood. Misses Thomp
son and Garwood were roomates
at Lenoir-Rhyne last year.
Miss Evelyn Broyhill, student
of A. S. T. C. In Boone, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Broyhlll, of Boomer.
She had as her guests Miss Mary
Elizabeth Greer, of Boone, and
Miss Margaret Caldwell, of Con
Corporal Rebecca Moseley, of
Tyndall Field, Florida, was here
for a few days over the week-end
in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
seil G. Hodges and Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Reins. Cpl. Moseley Is a
former member of the
Wilkesboro school faculty.
Mr. J. C. McNeill has returned
to his home near Champion after
a visit of several days with his
daughter, Mrs. Ell Smith, who
has been dangerously ill at Louis
ville, Ky. Friends will be glad
to learn that Mrs. Smith is now
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Jennings,
residents of Brushy Mountain
township, recently visited their
son, Mr. John E. Jennings, who is
undergoing treatment at the gov
ernment hospital at Oteeu.
Friends will be glad to know that
he Is now showing much Improve
Mrs. Karl Hemmerlch, who has
been at 'Tinker Field, Oklahoma,
with her husband, Capt. Hem
merlch of the army air corps, ar
rived several days ago to make
her home with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Jennings, at Pores
Knob. Capt. Hemmerich has been
ordered to oversea service.
Nlel, daughter of Mayor and Mrs.
Staff Sergeant Rojr tX Riilcti
To Frustrate &iemy
By FRANKUK BANKER
With A U. 8. Infantry Division
Inside the Siegfried Line, Oct. 9.—
A fearleae 2S-year old farm l>oy
from Pores Knob, N. C- who, kept
a German garrison awake halt the
night by yelling like a manlae and
firing a captured madilne gna,
laconically informed his company
commander today he had captured
a Siegfried line pillbox after kill
ing; four of the enemy and captur
In almost the same breath Staff
Sgt. Roy C. Russell, with an em
bryo arsenal strapped to his waist,
announced his next objective
would be another pillbox a short
"If I could get that I’d com
mand the whole valley", said this
genial southerner, whose squirrel
hunting at home made him a ter
ror with a gun.
He’s crazy enough to get down
R. T. McNiel, students at Meredith jinto that, despite all hinds of Ger-
College in Raleigh, spent the man guns around there’’, said the
week-end here with their parents, company commander, Capt. Daniel
The girls were met In Wlnston-Sa-I J. Manning of 70 Federal street
lem Friday evening by Mrs
Casey and Mrs. McNiel.
On Sunday Night
Northampton, Mass., chuckling
over the way Russell unnerved the
Germans by yelling at the top of
IMt Sgt Clsreneo nmbdtgerj
lain Vlrginin avenue, 'IVnaeasee,
111., said: ,
'•Til bet they thought a*wild
man was kfter them”.
Although the whole regiment
praised his prov|ee8 In taking Um
pillbox, Russell said that It hadnV
been a bit of trouble.
The dramatie sc^ occurred 40
miles south of Aacfmn. ^
Manning told how the sergeant
started the job last Saturday by
machine gunning three Germans
who were running toward the pill
box. The entrance to the fortllica-
tlon had been covered with dirt by
a balldozer at least a week before,
trapping the garrison.
Russell saw shovefnls ot dirt
being thrown np by a German who
was trying to uncover the en
trance. ’The sergeant put him out
of business with three grenades.
On Sunday afternoon, after
American mortar fire knocked out
an enemy machine gun and mortar
batteries protecting the pillbox.
Russell worked his way up to It
through sniper fire and coaxed out
its nine occupants with a couple
of grenades and plenty of yells.
Staff Sergeant Russell Is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell, of
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Tilda Toyce Angular, who told
police she was from Florida, was
injured Sunday night about eight
o’clock In an altercation which 1
occurred at the bus station.
Police said that Angular receiv- j
ed a knife wound on her right arm ■
in the altercation with Mrs. Odell i
Brown, who Is alleged to have used ^
a butcher knife. A small boy who
reportedly tried to keep the two |
North women from fighting received a i
cut on his face.
The Injured were treated at the
Wilkes hospital. Charges of en
gaging in an affray were made
against Mrs. Brown and the worn
an from Floj'lda and their case is
scheduled, for trial next Monday
in city court.
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Wilkes Men With
Gordon Forester Home
Gordon Forester, storekeeper
third class, of Norfolk, Va., spent
the week-end with his family. He
had as bis guest. Seaman Jack
Kohler, also of Norfolk.
Pfc. Culler Home
Pfc. Don Culler, who has been
in training at Tyndall Field, Fla ,
is spending several days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cul
ler, In Wilkesboro. At the end of
his furlough he will report on Oc
tober 26 at Westover Field, Mass.
T.Sgt. Gwyn Holder
Home On Visit
T.Sgt. Gwyn Holder, son of Mr.
W. M. Holder, ot Hays, returned
to El Paso, Texas, today after a
visit home. He is attached to an
anti-aircraft unit, and was ac
companied home by his friend, T-
Cpl. Ned Moose, who visited at
his home at Albemarle and also
with Sgt. Holder while In North
’PHONE 109 -- FOR PAINT OB PAINTER
T.Sgt. A. B. Phillips Here
T.Sgt. A. B. Phillips has re
turned to his station at Nashville,
Tcnn., after a few days visit in
the city with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Phillips. He was ac
companied home by his friend,
WA,NTm> — 1-arge Quantity Irish
Potatoes. Highest cash prices.
Tal J. Pearson, 10th Street
North Wilkesboro. 8-14-tt
Have You Gotten
— Your —
We Have Some Left
North Wilkesboro, N. C. /
Cold Weather Here!
COME TO US FOR
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Witliout a Certificate
“Always Outstanding Furniture Values”
Ninth Street North Wilkesboro, N. C.
Save All Scrap Paper for War Purposes!
CAN YOU USE ANY OF TNESE
Synthetic Truck Tires
2-Mohawk Chief, 10-ply _700x20
2-^Mohawk Chief, 10-ply 32x 6
2—Mohawk Chief, 6-ply ..600x16
1- Mohawk Chief, 6-ply ..650x16
Synthetic Passenger Tires
2- Norwalk, 5-ply .600x16
2-Mohawk, 4-ply _650xl6
1-Norwalk, ...i 4-ply . 550x17
First parties bringing Certificates
will get these Tires.
North Wilkesboro, N. C.
Tn 5-gallon Heavy
Cans which are suit
able for kerosene or
other use about the
store or dwelling.
WHY NOT ...
trade where you can
always have a
Source of Supply
Oil Drums And
— 100 —
55-Gai. Oil Drums
— 50 —
5-Gal. Oil Cans
These drums and cans are
scarce, and when these are gone
we will not have any more dur
ing the duration of the War.
We Have Plenty Of
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At All Times
but be sure you have the right
Coupons when you come to our
We Sell For Less!