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Mr. Jim Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
Forest Walker and children, Pat
tie and Billle Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Walker and sons, Billle and
DJpny, o! Alexandria, Ind., Mr.
aBh'Mrs. Weir D. Walker and
c&)dren, Mr. and Mrs. William
Drigglna, of SaTannah, Ga„ Mr.
and Mrs. Clove walker, of Co
lumbia, y. C., are spending this
week with relatives in Wilkes and
•will attend the Walker family re
union Sunday at New Covenant
church near Hays.
Miss Ruth King Wood, director
Of religions education of the First
Presbyterian church, and Miss
Jeannie Ogihrie, director at the
Presbyterian church in Lookout
Mountain, Tenn., left today for
Montreat, where they will be un
til Monday attending the Annual
Meeting of the Association of Pi
rectors of Religious Education of
the General Assembly. Miss Ogi
lvie was here visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Ogilvie, at Oakwoods.
Items About Comers ond Goers • • • From
Here and There
People You Know Who Move About
Mrs. F. O. Brewer, of Mora
vian Falls, is a patient at the
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Crook and
son, Mr. Charles Crook, spent the
week-end at Carolina Beach.
Miss Catherine Bost, of Boone,
was a guest here daring the week
end of Miss Billy Jo Zimmerman.
Misses Lillian and Mary Lindsay
Stafford spent a few days last
week at Boone and Blowing Rock.
Mrs. W. R. Reeves, of Elkin,
spent the week-end here with
her mother, Mrs. G. W. Sebas
Mrs. Mary Gregory, of New
York City, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Barnett, at
Mr. Bill Bason has returned to
his home here from a few days
visit with friends at Johnson
Mrs. Jimmie Ritche, Jr., and
little daughter, Of Raleigh, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie at
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Adamson
had as their guests for the week
end Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McArther,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mclver, of
Winston-Salem, spent the week
end here in home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Hinshaw.
Mr. and Mrs. David Owens, of
Brunswick, Ga., visited here Sat
urday in the home Of their aunt*
Mrs. E. F. Stafford.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stewart are
visiting in York, S. C. with Mrs.
Stewart's sisters, Mrs. Joe Smith
and Mrs. Marion Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Reid, of Le
noir, visited Sunday with Miss
Muriel Coykendall at her home 011
the Brushy Mountain.
Miss Elaine Mills, of Albemarle,
is visiting here in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gaddy. Elaine
is a niece of Mrs. Gaddy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Marlow and
family, who had been residing on
F Street, have moved into their
new home in Finley Park.
Miss Ella Brame, of Wilming
ton, was here for the week visit
ing with her father, Mr. P. J.
Brame, and other relatives.
Mr. Russell L. Young, Jr., of
Greensboro, was here for the
week-end witlr his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. Russell L. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayborne Beck
and son, Ronnie, of Bedford, Va.,
were^guests over the week-end of
Mr. and Mrs. Demont Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Presley Blevins
and daughter, Priscilla, of Derita,
were recent visitors Wre in the
home of Mrs. W. J. Templeton.
Mr. and Mrs- C. F. Bretholl, of
Pores Knob, visited their sons,
Gaither and Frederick, and their
families in Charlotte last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stafford
and daughter, Suzanne, spent
Sunday at Salisbury with Mrs.
Stafford's mother, Mrs. E. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foushee
and Mr. Reuben Bunting, of Mar
tinsville, Va., spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Walker and
[ family at Hays.
[ Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Barnett,
Mrs. Mary Gregory and son, Jackie
and Mrs. Pearl Moore, of Gil
reath, were visitors in North Wil
Miss Nancy Rousseau, a labor
atory technician at the Duke Hos
pital, is spending sometime here
with her prents, Judge and Mrs.
J. A. Rousseau.
The Ruth Sunday School class
of the First Baptist church, with
eighteen members present, enjoy
ed a picnic supper Monday even
ing at Smoot Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dancy
spent the week-end at Shatley
Springs. They also visited their
daughter, Mrs. Joe Weaver, and
Mr. Weaver at Lansing.
Miss Frances Rousseau has re
turned here to the home of her
parents, Judge and Mrs. J. A.
Rousseau, after spending two
weeks at Myrtle Beach.
Mr. find Mrs. E. L. Senerius
and son, Gordon, of Toledo, Ohio,
visited here last week with Mrs.
Senerius's sister, Mrs. Albert C.
Vestal, and other relatives.
Mrs. James Dalton left yester
day for her home at Asheville af
ter spending several days here
with hers mother, Mrs. Mary
Moore Hix, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Saxon, of
Harrisonburg, Va., are expected
to arrive here tomorrow or a
visit with Mr. Saxon's mother,
Mrs. R. J. Hinshaw, and Mr.
Mrs. Phoebe White, of States
ville, and Mrs. Carrie Thomas,
of Greensboro, spent Tuesday
and Wednesday Of last week with
their sister, Mrs. C. R. Walker,
Mrs. R. R. Church and daughter
and two grandchildren, Mrs. Rus
sell Pearson, Russell, Jr., and
Annette, left yesterday for a two
weeks visit at Richmond with re
latives. They took home Mrs.
Church's father, Mr. Jullati Hen
dron, who had been visiting here
| in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Culler and
Mr. and Mrs. George Wiebel are
spending the week'' in New York
City, and while there Mr. Culler
and Mr. Wiebel are attending the
Furniture Market. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burgess
and daughter, Betty, of Louisville,
Ky., were visitors here last week
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Craw
ford. Mr. Burgess is a brother
of Mrs. Crawford.
Miss Georgia Spencer is spend
ing two weeks at her former home
ni Johnson City, Tenn. Mrs. Jane
Cox, of Johnson City, was a guest
of Miss Spencer here for a week
and accompanied her home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Evans and
son, Dick, of Greenville, viBited
here during the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Green anl
Mrs. C. L. Herring, mother of
Mrs. Green and Mrs. Evans.
Mr. R. M. Dockery, who has
been making his home here for
some time, has left for a two
months trip to western states,
during which time he will visit
his ranch at Clark, Colorado.
Mrs. John R. Wright and her
daughter, Mrs. R. S. Shaw, and
two spiall sons, all of Indepen
dence, Va., visited here Friday
and Saturday in the home of Mrs.
James C. Hubbard in Wilkesboro.
Mr. and Mrs.' Uriel Sebastian
and son, Kenneth, Of North Wil
kesboro, R't. 1, and Miss Violet
Kendall, of this city, are spending
this week at Myrtle Beach and
other points of interest on the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, and
son, Wayne, of High Point, were
overnight guests here Tuesday of
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Crook. The
Johnsons were en route for a
mountain trip through Western
Miss Ruth Mosely, of Green
wood, is spending her vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Mosely, on the Brushy
Mountains. Before coming home
Miss Mosely visited at Virginia
Beach' for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bumgarner
and daughter, Hary Cecil, have
returned to their home on Trog
don street after spending their
vacation at Daytona Beach, Fla.
They also visited relatives in Fort
Mrs. J. L. Siebet returned to
day to her home at Leaksville af
ter spending sometime here with
her sister, Mrs. Eugene Trivette,
and Mr. Trivette. Mr. Siebert came
up for a few days visit and ac
companied her home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bentley
have returned from an enjoyable
trip to Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, D. C., and other
points of interest. In Phila
delphia they attended the wed
ding of Mr. Bentley's son.
Rev. and Mrs. Russell L. Young
were at • Doughton Park Tuesday
for a picnic dinner held there by
the Methodist ministers, Of the
Statesville district, and their
families. Approximately fourteen
families were represented.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White
and children, Jackie White, Max
ine Fay, Bobbie, Paul and Virginia
Rhoades, of Bluefield, W. Va.,
spent the past, week with Miss
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Walker, and family at Hays.
Miss Hazel Dean Jarvis has
returned to Knoxville, Tenn.,
after a two-weeks' visit with her
brother, Mr. Arnold Jarvis, and
family, in Wilkesboro. She was
accompanied to Knoxville by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jar
Mrs. J. E. Spainhour and Mrs.
Lincoln Spainhour, both of this
city, and Mrs. Eugene Spainhour,
of ISlkin, went to Hickory Satur
day to attend a card party given
there in the afternoon by Mrs.
Jack Spainhour and Mrs. Cliff
Misses Betty Nash and Janet
Mclver are spending the week at
Myrtle Beach with their aunts,
Miss Elizabeth Chadwick, of Kins
ton, and Mrs. Arthur Carr, of
Washington, Dv C. Before going
to Myrtle Beach the girls visit
ed at Kinston with relatives.
Mrs. E. C. Hill and two child
ren, Chuck and Susan, of Char
leston, S. C., who have been
here for a few weeks visiting with
Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Halfacre, are to be joined
here this week by Lieut. (J. g.)
Hill for a visit, after which the
Hills will leave for Annapolis,
Md. to make their home. Lieut.
Hill is to be at Annapolis for two
years doing-post graduate work.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Kenerly
and daughter, Miss Agnes Ken
erly, Mrs. C. T. Doughton and
daughter, Miss Becca Doughton,
went to Lake Junaluska Saturday
to bring home the following young
people: Margie Kenerly, Bobby
Anderson, Betsy Doughton, Mary
Yeakle Phipps, and Mickey Som
ers, who had been there for a
week attending the Senior As
sembly of the Methodist Youth
Fellowship, as representatives
from the Methodist churches of
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harris
returned to their home here Tues
day from Kington, where they
were called about ten days ago
on account of the critical Illness
of Mrs. Harris's sister, Mrs. Vir
gil Taylor, of Jacksonville. Mrs.
Taylor passed away In a Kinston
hospital on Sunday, July 2nd.
Mrs. Joe Smith, of York, S. C.
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. T. O. Crowell on the JBrushy
Mountain. She came up to bring
Katherine and Buddy Smith, who
are spending the week with Becky
Crowell, and also bring Becky
home, who had been visiting in
New York for three weeks with
Miss Margaret Anne Hutchens
returned here to the home of her
parents, Mr. and MrS1. Hoyle Hut
chens, following a ten days visit
at Ocean Drive, S. C. and at
Wrlghtsville Beach. While at
Ocean Drive she was a guest
of Miss Mary Ann Hartszog, of
Lexington, and at Wrlghtsville
Beach a guest of Miss Mary Alli
son Martha, also of Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Plunk, and
son, Mr. John Plonk, Jr., all of
Kings Mountain, and Mrs. Thomas
Harper and daughter, Suzanne, of
Chipley, Florida, were guests here
for the day Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. McElwee. Mrs. Har
per and Mrs. McElwee are daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Plonk. The
McE<lwees daughter, Marian, went
home with her grandparents for
a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, of
Hays, spent last week-end at
Columbia, South Carolina. • Cor
poral Johnson, stationed with the
National Guard Unit at Fort Jack
son, South Carolina, met his wife,
formerly Miss Marie Minton, of
Wilkesboro, Friday night and she
returned home Sunday night. They
enjoyed many points of interest.
Corporal Johnson will return home
with the other National Guards
men this week-end.
Prophecy No. 821. As long as
there are two sides to a question
you will be able to find politicians
who can straddle both sides
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