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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hix spent
the week-end at Agheville with
Mr. Hix's sister and her hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. James Dal
'Judge and Mrs. J. A. Rousseau
and two daughters. Misses Prances
and Nancy Rousseau, are spend
ing this week in Ashevllle, where
Judge Rousseau is holding court.
Mr. Richard Sloop, who was in
Summer school at the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
for the first session, has returned
here to the home of his grand
mother, Mrs. R. M. Brame, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Hendricks
are spending this week at Carolina
Beach, where they are sharing a
cottage with Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Bowden, of Durham, former resi
dents Of North Wilkeaboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Canter and
son, Paul, have returned to their
home here from Independence,
Va., where they spent a week with
Mrs. Canter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Wingate.
Miss Prances Harris and Miss
Geraldine Gaddy spent the
week-end at Boone with Miss
Nancy Lanier, Of Norwood, a cou
sin of Miss Gaddy, who is at
tending summer school at the Ap
palachian State Teachers College.
Mrs. Robert Maitland, of
Greensboro, was a guest here over
the week-end in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Zimmerman. Mrs.
Maitland is a cousin of Mr. Zim
Misa Anna Laura Canter and
Mr. Hubert Canter returned to
the city Friday from St. Louis,
Mo., where they had been on a
successful buying trip for Tom
Mrs. Stokes Lane, of Washing
ton, D. C., is spending awhile at
Shatley Springs. Mrs. Lane, a
former resident of this city, visi
ted here with friends before going
over to Shatley. -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glovier,
of Canford, N. J., are visiting with
Mrs. Glover's brother, Mr. Tracy
Higgins, and sisters, Mrs. G. G.
Wood, Mrs R. A. Miskelly and
Mrs. Ida Billings.
Mr. and Mrs. William Siegel and
children, Carole, Betty, Billie, and
Rosemary, of Greenbelt, Md., are
here visiting with Mrs. SiegeFs
sister, Misss Lunda Hendren, and
Mr. Poddy Horton has entered
the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill for the second ses
sion Of summer school. His bro
ther, Mr. Bucky Horton, who was
there for the first session, remain
ed for the second term.
Edgar C. Hayes, seaman re
cruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Hayes of Route 3, North
Wilkesboro, is undergoing recruit
training at the world's largest
Naval Training Center, Great
Miss Dianne Rousseau, Andora
Ingle, and Ruth Pearson, left Sat
urday for the V. I. Ranch Camp
at Bristol, Va., where they will
be for three weeks. They were ac
companied there for the day by
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearson.
Rick Hubbard, son of Mr. and!
Mrs. Fred Hubbard, Jr., has en
tered Camp Morehead for a four
weeks stay. He was accompanied
there during the week-end by his
mother and the other children,
who are visiting awhile at Wrights
DR. JAMES KINLAW
the opening of his offices for the
CARE OF VISION
Office on Second Floor Tomlinson Department Store Building
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Bingham,
Jr., and two children, Hugh and
Jfcnle, of Lexington, visited here
last week with Mrs. Bingham's
mother, Mrs. Jay H. Johnson,
and also spent several dayB at
Boone. r ';
Mr. L. M. Nelson, Jr., who has
been working at Spruce Pine with
the Esso Standard Oil Company,
was at home for the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Nelson, and went from here
to Asheville, where he will be lo
cated for several weeks.
Mr. Jim Moore, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivey Moore, left Satur
day for Lake Junaluska where he
will be for a week attending the
Leadership School. Mr. Moore,
who is a representative for the'
sub-district Methodist Youth Fel
lowship was accompanied there
for the day by his brother-in-law,
Mr. A. L. Brzstowski.'
Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Phillip* and
daughter, Miss Helen Phillips,
hare reutrned to their home here
following a trip of several weeks
to the west coast and points in
Canada. The Phillips, accompan-,
| led by several friends Win
ston-Salem, oa the way out visit
ed the Yosemite and Yellowstone
National Parka, and in Canada
were at Lake Louise and the
Banff National Park. While ln^
San Francisco Dr. Phillips
tended the American Medical