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G. R. Anderson, of Cam
N. J., is here visiting with
aunt, Mrs. Roea Reeves. .
...ir. Sammy Greer is visiting
thla week in Charleston, S. C.,
**th his aunt, Mrs. R. D. Roun
Miss Hannah Taylor, of New
York City, is spending awhile here!
apartment on Kensington
Miss Marzell Welch returned
home Tuesday after , undergoing
appendicitis operation at the
'r. and Mrs. Dermont Smith
daughter, Miss Toby Smith,
relaitveis Sunday at Thom
and High Point.
Mrs. Sallie McPherson, of Ra
leigh, was here with her mother,
Mrs. L. A. Hauser, and other re
latives during the week-end.
Mrs. I. E. Pearson and Mrs. Del
la E. Frazler are on a two week's
trip to Daytona Beach, Florida,
and other points in the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Beshears
ha<pas their guest for the week
end Mr. Beshears's cousin, Miss
Eva Parsons, of Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie J. Mc
Neil spent Saturday in Winston
Salem with their daughter, Mrs.
Raymond Bowen, and Mr. Bow
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Mra. jff' W.'Hester has returned
to fear hpme at Winstob-Salem fol
lowing a visit of three weeks here
with" Her daughter, Mrs. R. M.
Mrs. Alverta Nichols has accept
ed a position on the nursing staff
o&. Baptfest hospital in Winston
Salem and will begin her duties
July 1. ^ .
* Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bullis, Mr.
W. 0.t Jphnson and son, Jerry, '
spent the week-end at Laurin- 1
burg with Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Bullis. *»r- iJO i
Miss Oarrie Cole, a teacher at
Appalachian College in Boone, ■
spent the week-end at Pores Knob
as gtofest of Miss Billie Virginia
■ Mrs. P. ii Brame, Jr., and niece,
Miss Frances Land, of Charlotte,
vi&fted 'during the week-end
•With Mr. P. J. Brame and other
M$\ and Mrs. David Walters, of
M&£iiv.JFlortda, are visiting Mrs.
Walters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R, Holbrook and Grady Holbrook,
Mr^and Mrs. W. E. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Conrad Kilby, and Miss
Roth .Thompson were visitors at
Mi. M^tchejit and Little Switzer
Misses..Lucy and Grace "Finley,
and Mr. -Gordon Finley, Jr., have
retutb^H; home after a visit in
New^ Smyrna Beach, Florida, with
tbeip aunt,. Mrs. J. A. Link.
> Mrs.--Gordon Wood returned to
her home here yesterday from the
Oity Memorial Hospital in Win
ston-Salem, where she had been a
patient for ten days, following as
operation. i . '
• Mrs. P. A. Tyndall. of Mt. Airy
arrived hefes¥tiesday to spend the
remainder of the week with her
father; Dr. W. A. Taylor, and her
sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. R. Moore and daugh
ter,. .^Miss Bejtsy Moore, of Tim
monsville, SLC., are here visiting
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver Starr. Mrs. Moore is a
sister of Mrs4 Starr.
iome on Hinshaw street to Mr. i
nd Mrs. Duvld Wright, of Blkin. <
'he deal was made through M. C. '
hoodie, real estate dealer here.
Mrs. Gordon Finley has return- <
d to her home here, after a visit
a Jacksonville, Florida, with her ]
irothers, Messers R. E. Barnes, <
,nd T. M. Barnes, and their fam- i
Miss Sarah Dixon, following a
isit here in the home of Mr. and
drs. R. 3. Gibbs, is now attend
ng the Language School at Mon
reat. In September Miss Dixon
vill go to the Mission Field in
Miss Kay Forester, daughter of
dr. and Mrs. Gordon Forester, and
diss Ann Trlplett, daughter of
\Hr. and Mrs. Arlon Triplett, re
urned to their homes in Wilkes
>oro yesterday after spending a
ureek at Camp Shirley Rogers at
Mrs. Oscar Summers, Raleigh,
ind two daughters, Miss Fleta
Summers, also of Raleigh, and
Mrs. Margaret Davis, Pensacola,
P*la., visited here last Wednesday
ind Thursday with Mrs. Sum
ners's son, Mr. Harry Summers,
Miss Ann Lott left Monday for
Gainesville, Ga., to visit with her
lunt, Mrs. Ora Whitmire. On
ruesday Mrs. Whitmire and Miss
Lott will leave by plane "for a
wo weeks visit in Cuba. The trip
o Cuba is a gift to Miss Lott
rom Mrs. Whitmire.
Miss Beth Jones, director of
Christian Education First Rap
ist church in Wadesboro, spent
reek-end with her parents, Dr.
ind Mrs. W. F. Jones, on D Street.
She left Sunday night for New
fork City to attend New York Uni
versity for the summer Jterm.
Mrs. C. R. Cook and son,
Charles, have returned to their
Lome at Atlanta, Ga., after spend
ng two weeks here with Mrs.
book's father, Dr. W. A. Taylor,
Lnd other relatives. Mr. Cook
ame up for the week-end to ac
ompany them home.
Misg uaroie tsare, aaugnter or
*r. and Mrs. G. T. 'Bare, Miss
Jetty Nash Mclver, daughter of
ifr. Staton Mclver, both of North
iVilkesboro, returned to their
tomes here yesterday from Camp
ihirley Rogers at Roaring Gap,
phere they had been for a week.
Mrs. Lillian Pittman, of this
ity, went to Charlotte Sunday, to
ittend the first Solemn Mass of
ier cousin, Father Laurie Furman
>f the Jesuit Order, at St. Pat
ick's Cathederal. Mrs. Pittman
.lso attended the breakfast that
ollowed the Mas#,' and the recep
ion held in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville War
en and children, Coleen and Ste
hen, of Baltimore, Md., are spend
ng some time with Mr. Warren'p
amily and friends in and around
forth Wilkesboro. They will also
pend some time with Mrs. War
en's family, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
"olrard, at Greasy Creek.
Jimmy Mills, of this city and
Lis cousin, Reese Smith, of Eliz
ibethton, Tenn., are at Camp
dorehead for a month. Their
athers, Dr. James Mills and Mr.
5. N. Smith, took the boys down
Friday returning to North Wil
cesboro Sunday. Mrs. Smith visit
id here during the week-end with
inr aiotai* M*a Milla
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bumgarner
ittended the Convocation of Adult
reachers and Class Presidents at
^ake Junaluska from Saturday,
rune 24 to 27. Mrs. Bumgarner is
-emaining until Saturday the first
)f July as representative of
friendship Church to the Confer
ence meeting of the Woman's So
;iety Of Christian Service.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pittman have
returned to their home at Rich
mond, Va., following a few days
risit here with Mrs. Pittman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dun
;an. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Pittman,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Duncan and
two daughters, Malinda and An
nette, were guests for the day at
Mr. and Mrs. Dane L. Ulrich,
who had been here since Friday
visiting with Mrs. Ulrich's mother,
Mrs. A. C. Dennis, and other rela
latives, left yesterday for their
lome at San Antonio, Texas. Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Dennis, Of Char
lotte; and Mr. and Mrs. W. L».
Dennis, of Johnson City, Tenn.,
visited in the Dennis home during
the week-end. The Messrs. Dennis
ire sons of Mrs. Dennis.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy 'Church re
turned Friday from a 5,000-mile
trip into western states. They left
here June 3 and motored through
Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, New
Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming
before returning through mid
western states. They traveled
through 18 states and visited
many points of Interest, includ
ing Pikes Peak, Colorado, as well
&s points of historical interest.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E Eller had as
their guetss for the day Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bradford and
three sons, Freddy, Billy and
Johnny, and Mrs. Mable Foy, all
of Mt. Airy; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McNeill, of Granite Falls, and Mr.
and Mr. W. M. McCulley, of Salis
bury. The visitors came especially
to see Captain and Mrs. Ernest
ffiler and their two sons, Peter
ftpd Johnny, Of Washington, D. C-,
Bnd Annapolis, Md., who were here
for about a week visiting with the
ind a rising Junior at Davidson
College, is a member of tlie
fouth Caravan of the Synod of
forth Carolina, which will ln
ilude work In the state for six
reeks. Each caravan team Is com
>osed of four younsr people and a
Counsellor. Mr. Gibbs, whose team
b in Salisbury this week, bad a
reek's training at Sunny Acres,
near Winston-Salem, along with
the other Caravan workers before
assuming their duties.
Mr. and "Mrs. M. O. Dowd and i
their son and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Dowd, all of Rich
mond, Va., visited here Friday
ind Saturday in the home Of Mr.
and Mr§. _
for the birthday
Sunday of Mr. W. W.
who was 86 years old
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell
and son and daughter, Mr. Ber
nard Caldwell and Miss Patricia
Caldwell, went down Sunday for
the event, which was attended\by j
approximately 100 people. Mrs.
M. O. Dowd is a sister of W. W.
Marvin D. Felts, seaman recruit,
U8N, son of Mr. and Mrs. Q. W.
Felts, of Route 3, North Wilkes
bero is undergoing recruit train
ing at the world's largest Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes, III.
of his tra
signaling and navigation. Upon |
completion of his training the
cruit is assigned either to units of
the Fleet or 10 a service school for
The 85-acre Glass Farm, North |
Wilkesboro, will be sold at au
tkm Saturday, July 1st, 11 a. m;
also farm equipment. Don't miss I
this sale. J- Ferris Auction Co. It I
Leo Anderson „
N. C. Licensed HlMtrltfai
Leo's Electric Shop