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Mrs. M. R. Shoaf, from For
Wayne, Indiana, was a week-end
guetft of Mrs. R. S. Shoaf.
Mr. R. Q. kathls Is recoverinj
from an appendicilta operation per-)
formed Saturday at the Wilkeq
Miss Sue Moring Clements, whc
holds a position in Charlott
spent the week-end here with
mother, Mrs. J. I* Clements.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Foster
and'son, Jimmie, spent last week
at South Boston, Va., visiting Mr.
Foster's brother, Mr. Alton Fos
ter, and family. ■••&!
, C. F. Bretholl have
heir home near Mora
l>m a visit with friends
Frank Walker and
and Charles, spent
[vacation last week at
frs. Will Beber, of |
have been visiting
^inton and other rela-|
E. L. Derrick and
been vacationing at
and other points in
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lowe and
daughters, Rebecca and Carolyn
Mitchell spent the week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gaddy and
Mr. Jack Gaddy were in Roanoke,
Va., from Friday until Sunday at
tending a horse show held there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson
visited in Thomasvllle during the
week-end with Mrs. Johnson's mo
ther, Mrs. J. N. Myers.
Mrs. C. L. Herring, of Green
ville, Is on an extended visit here
in the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Paul Green, and Mr. Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stafford
and daughter, Suzanne, were busi
ness visitors in Charlotte Thurs
Mrs. Tale Miller and daughter,
Jenny, recently spent a week at
Landis with Mrs. Miller's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wright.
Mr. Gene McNeill, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. McNeill, is attend
ing summer school at the Appala
chian State Teachers College at
Mr. Carl Gwyn Coffey, who has
been attending the University of
Pennsylvania at Philadelphia, Pa.,
is at home for the summer with
his mother, Mrs. Carl Coffey.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bell and
daughter, Helen Frances, spent
the week-end at Elizabeth City
with Mr. Bell's mother, Mrs. L. S.
Elbert Buddy Bowman, X-Ray
technician from the national naval
medical center, is spending 15
days leave here with his mother,
Mrs. Ralph Bowman.
Mr. Dick Sloop, who is attend
ing summer school at the Univer
sity of North Carolina, was at
home for the week-end with his
grandmother, Mrs. R. M. Brame.
Mr. Poddy Horton, who is at
tending Summer School at the
University of North Carolina, was
at home for the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
Miss Sue Landon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Landon, and
Miss Jane Carter, daughter of Mrs.
Dan Carter who are students at the
University of North Carolina, were
at home for the week-end.
Mrs. J. C. Meadows has return
ed to her home at Martinsville,
Va., after spending a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Meadows and
Mr. and Mrs. "Earl Meadows at
Mrs. W. L Wilson has returned
to her home at Huntington, West
Va., after spending three weeks
here in the home of Mrs. R. W.
Gwyn, Mrs. Carl Coffey, and Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Brame, Jr.
Mr. Bobby Brame left Friday to
spend four weeks at Camp More
head. He was accompanied as far
as Salisbury by his parents and
brother, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Brame, Jr., and Rickey Brame.
Mr. L. B. Pierce, who was a
patient at the Baptist Hospital
[n Winston-Salem for several days
has returned here to his home on
C Street. His condition remains
about the same.
Mrs. J. B. McCoy and Dr. J. B.
McCoy, Jr., and his wife, Dr.
Helen Hatton McCoy, spent the
week-end at Montreat. Mrs. Mc
Coy Is remaining at Montreat for
the summer. The Junior McCoys
have left for Philadelphia, where
they both will interne for the
coming year, Mr. McCoy at the
University hospital, and Mrs. Mc
Coy at the Presbyterian hospital.
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Mrs. B. S. Gall, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Sloop and twin sons,
Ricky and Roger, are on a trip for
several days through P Western
North Carolina, which will include
a visit at Fontana Dam.
Mrs. "W J. 'Caroon and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Caroon, have re
turned to their home here follow
ing a visit of several days at New
Bern, Beaufort, and other points
in the eastern part of the state.
Miss Runell Miller and Mrs.
Julius Brock and children, Carol
and Larry have returned alter
spending a few days at Carolina
Beach and Fort Bragg with Mrs.
Mrs. Carl Coffey had as her
guests for tea Friday afternoon at
the LJttle Phoenix Lodge, Dr.
Helen Hatton McCoy, of Philadel
phia, Pa., Mrs. George F. Verdone,
Mrs. T. R. Jones, Jr., and Mrs.
Miss Geraldine Gaddy, of this
city, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox, of
Concord, and Mrs. Casey Allen, of
Wadesboro, are spending the
week at Ocean Drive, S. C. Miss
Gaddy is a niece of Mrs. Cox and
Mrs. W. A. Seckler, of Kings
port, Tenn., Is visiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bumgar
ner in the Fairplains community.
Mrs.v S'eckler was accompanied
home by her niece, little Miss
Brenda Bumgarner, who spent last
week in Klngsport with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Faw,
who were married in Charlotte
on June the ninth, are now at
home in Wake Forest, where Mr.
F$w is attending the law school.
They spent last week-end here
with Mr. Faw's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C- C. Faw. Mrs. Faw is the
former Miss Virginia Smith!
Misses Carolyn Deans, Nell
Gwyn Brame, Anne Smith, and
Nancy feturdivant, and Mr. Phil
Lomax, left Thursday-for Brevard,
where they will spend six weeks
attending the Transylvania Music
camp. The young people were ac
companied there for the day by
Mrs. J. S. Deans, Mrs. Carl Cofffey
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Sturdivant, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lomax.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnston
returned to their home here Sun
day from Cincinnati, Ohio, where
thoy had been since Tuesday at
tending a Fraternity Congress.
Mr. Johnston, a fraternity mem
ber during his college days at
the University of North Carolina'
at Chapel Hill, was in Chicago
for the Furni'ure Market a couple
of days before going to Cincin
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ander
son, Jr., have returned to their
home at Avon Park, Florida, alter
spending a week here with Mr.
Anderson's parents, Mr and Mrs.
J. M. Anderson. They were ac
companied home by Miss Margaret
Anderson, who is spending awhile
in Florida with her brother and
his wife. While the Junior Ander
sons were here,- Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Anderson and their young son,
Paul Forester, of Grenesboro, al
so visited in the Anderson home,
and with other relatives here.
Mr. Cyrus Wiles, Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Handy and children, Lois El
len and Tom, and Mrs. T. F.
Handy, of London, Ky., arrived
Friday night to visit relatives
here. Mr. Handy and Mr. Wiles
returned hyme Sunday. Mrs. T. F.
Handy will spend some, time at
Springfield with Rev. and Mrs.;
Minter Blevins. Mrs. Blevins is
her daughter. Mrs. L. J. Handy
and children, Lois Ellen and Tom,
will visit Mrs. Handy's mother,
Mrs. D. G. Wiles, for two weeks
Mrs. E. S. Kendricks
Entertains At Bridge
Mrs. E. S. Kendricks entertain
ed at a small bridge party at her
home on B Street Friday even
ing, having guests for two tables.
Mrs. Jack Swofford won the top
score prize, Mrs, Gwyn Gambill
the low score award and also the
prize in bingo. A dessert course
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This Last Week
To Get License
Raleigh— June 30 Is deadline
for motorists whose last names be
gin with N, O. P or Q and opera
tors of for hire vehicles to obtain
their new driver's licenses, the
North Carolina Department of Mo
tor Vehicles reminded persons in
this category today.
Approximately 35,999 of the
180,000 persons in the N through
Q category still must obtain re
newals of their licenses. A total
>f 11,710 chauffeur's licenses have
been Issued to drivers of for hire
(rehlcles for the 1950-51 fiscal
rear. More than 30,000 chauffeur's
licenses still are to be issued.
The Department urges all per
sons in the N through Q group
md all chauffeurs who have not
obtained their licenses to do so
Immediately to avoid the rush. De
partment officials pointed out
that the situation will grow worse
Gis the deadline nears.
Issuance of N-Q licenses began
January 1 and of chauffeur's
licenses May 1. Persons whose sur
names begin with R. S or T may
obtain renewals beginning July 1.