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The Danbury reporter. (Danbury, N.C.) 189?-current, March 23, 1932, Image 1

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THE DANBURY REPORTER. Volume 60. NEWS OF KING, YADKIN TOWNSHIP Stedman Garner's Busy With Minor Offenders—To bacco Specialist - nteresting Speech. J King, March 23.—Mr. and Mrs. William Pulliam, of Coolidge, Ga., are spending some timie with rela tives here. R. C. White, of King, Robert Barr, of Mizpah, and R. B. Tuttle, of Capeila, have been appointed town ■ ship committee for Yadkin township tg pahb nn applications for federal loans for farmers. " v Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, of Winston-Salem, spent the wok-end here the guests of relatives and friends. The S. E. Hauser Co. have moved their stock of merchandise from the George building on Depot street to the Boyles building on Main street. W. R. Cox, planter of the Perch section, was here Saturday looking after some business matters. Johnny McDaniel of Atlanta, Ga., formerly of King, was here Satur day shaking hands with old friends and acquaintances. J The following births were regis tered here last week: To Mr. and Mrs. Nat Boles, a son; bo Mr. and Mrs. Berniie Tedder, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bolejack, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Hustin Liftis, a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newsum, of Winston-Salem, were week-en.l visitors to relatives here. A. F. Collins a,ri|d fatrply spent Sunday in Mount Airy where they were the guests of relatives. Ralph Wilson wad given a hear ing here Sunday before Justice of the Peace J S. Garner, on a charge of assault "on the person of Ray Hauser and a fine cf $lO and cost was imposed. Nume and Buck Tuttle and Gilbert Rierson, whj were with Wilson at the time of the assault were each taxed with cost on a charge of attempted as sault. A. F. Collins and family spent Sunday with relatives in Mount Airy- Rev. Romie Adams, of East Bend, filled his regular appoint ment at the First Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Susan Lovt, of Winston- Salem, is spending a few days with relative* and friends here_ E. Y. Floyd, tobacco "extension specialist of the state department of agriculture, delivered a very in teresting B peach to a large number of farmers Here Mopday night. J Hobson Johnson, planter, who resides three miles north of town, had a hen egg, the shell of which was cracled. He took adheaive tape end placed over the broken plaw and set the egg which hatched out a fine ehicken. District Meeting ' ■ Jr. O. U. AVM. At King King, March 22.—The district meeting far the Bth district Jr. 0. U. A. M. will be held with King Council No. .260 at King,, Saturday evening at 3p. m. and at 7:80 p. m. open session for everyone. Bro. S. F. Nicks, S. .C., of Roxboro, N. C., will b«f present with several other prominent officials of the State Jr. O. U. A. M. It is requested that as many Juniors as possible be present at the business session at 8 p. m. Coniderable buinees is to come before the council. At 7:80 the doors will be open to everybody and a splendid pro gram will be given. The P. 0. quar tette and the Vertal quartette with the Stokes Mountaineers, will furnish music. Also some readings will be given in addition to other features. Come and bring a friend. The Wontana' club of King wiii serve supper between meetings. The Judior Order in North Carolina is showing a very nice gain for this yew. W. N. BOWLES, Dist. Dep. No. 8. Too much money spent hiring people to toll as what to da What We need right now is something to 4o with. * rf- Established 1872. Danbury, N. C., Wednesday, March 23,1932. LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF WALNUT COVE To Give Supper Next Monday Evening—Other News | Of Walnut Cove. Walnut Cove, March 22. —The Ladies' Aid Society of the Buptist church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Nannie Fulton. Miss Nelia Rierson, who is president, pre- j sided over the meeting. This or ganization has done much toward paying for the new church and de- 1 cided at this time to have a supper next Monday evening for the benefit! of the church. Mr. and Mrs Will Sands enter tained at a delightful dinner recent- 1 ly having as their guests Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Davis and Mr and Mrs. J. L. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John Burton and small son, who have been making their home in Winston-Salem, have moved here in the Burton home place where Miss Lucy Burton, sis ter of fohn Burton, already lives Mr. tnd Mrs. E. D', Mattdows, of Winston-Salem, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Scott. Mrs. K. O. Creakman has been confinr 1 to her home with illness but is MOW very much improved The Junior Service League mem bers went to Mayodan Saturday evening where a joint meeting war, held with Mayodan, Madison, Mount Airy, and High Point The Mayo lun league was hostess and supper was served. Mrs. Anne Fulton Carter, princi pal of the Walnut Cove high school, attended the teachers meeting at Charlotte Friday and Saturday. Mrs. A. G. Jones has returned from a recent visit with her daugh ter, Mrs Herbert Smith, at Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gilmer Sparger, of Danbury, spent the week-end here with relatives Death of John Brim Madison Route 3, March 22.—John Brim, of Madison Route 3, a well known farmer of Stokes county, passed away at his home on Sunday morning at 2 o'clock, March 13, 1932, aged 72 years. He had been suffering from heart trouble for the past six fears. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Sallie Brim, and 9 children, 3 giris and six boys, G4 grandcdildren and nine great grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Lou Clark, of Mayodan. Funeral services were held at Oak Grove church Monday afternoon by Elders Watt Tuttle and Louis Pardue, who spoke words of com fort to the family. Ladies' Aid ______ tr- King, March 23.—The Ladies' Aid of the King Christian church met at the home of Mrs. J. S. D. Pulliam March 1, for their Febru ary meeting. The meeting was opened by a scripture lesson followed* by with a talk by Rev. HelsabeA, who also led in prayer. Severn readings on "Working Together" were given. Ten members »with lone visitor were present. After routine business the meeting was closed to meet the President; Mrs. H. G. Harding, for the March meeting. Daring the social hour delici.i tu refreshments were served. Died In Texas. The sympathy of Danbury friends is extended to Mrs. R. R. J£mg in the death «f her mother at .Granbury, Texas, Sunday. Mrs. King, accom pained by her son, Walter, left for Texas Monday in Response to a telegram announcing the event The distance from Danbury to Granbury is over 2,000 miles. Defeated. The general sales tax has been shot to pieces in Congress. Repre sentative Doughton of North Caro lina led the opposition to the meas ure. If yon don't like the other fellow, ninety-live par cent, of the time it'a »«nr own fault. THREE MEN TAKEN AT DISTILLERY Six Otheis Get Away When Prohibition Agents Come Upon Plant In Full Operation —Located 2 Miles East of Walnut Cove. Walnut Cove, March 28.—Prohi bition Agents Homer Smith and W. T. Kenedy, accompanied by Ben Howard, were up in Stokes today running down reports on violators of the liquor law About two miles east of Walnut fcove they came on a distillery in full blast with about nine men either at work or wait ing for tde fluid to run out. When the officers flushed the cavey around the still they captured Tom Glenn, white, and John B. Hairston and Walter Goolsby, colored. The three men were carried to Danbury where U. S. Commissioner N. A. Martin fixed their bonds at §SOO Glenn furnished bond while the two negroes were 'placed in the Stokes jail. At the site the officers found a still of about 50 gallons capacity, 100 gallons of beer and 5 gallons of whiskey. All the other necessary equipment for operating a still was found, as the plant was in operation. All of the men denied having any connection with the still, say ing that they had only gone there less than an hour before the officers arrived in to get a drink. They stated that they were plowing in a field near-by, and that the men who escaped were the owners, how ever, they refused to give any names CALENDAR. STOKES COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT Beginning April 4, 1932 HIS HONOR J. M. OGLESBY, Judtfe Presiding. APPEARANCE DOCKET Monday, April 4, 1932 94 C. -R. Long, seduction. 95 Sidney and John Tilley, D. M. P. 96 John Jack Hairston, possession of liquor. 97 Lem Bennett, D. M. P. 98 Will Chatman, disturbing religious congregation. (Jail.) 100 Tom East and Emma Tucker, F. & A. 103 Ivey Royal, L. & R. 104 John Wies Wall and Spottswood Martin, housebreaking. L. & R. 105 Tom Lowery, C. C. & B. & E. 106 Jesse Brim, housebreaking L & R. 107 Roy Tuttle, possession of liquor. 108 Bryant and Gaston Sizemore, hunting without license. 109 Jim Joyce, slander of "woman. 110 George Lankford, operating car while intoxicated. 111 Will Nance, possession of liquor. 112 Will Nance, manufacturing liquor. 113 Roland Bullin, A. D. W, 114 Reid Tuggle and Simon Bullin, affray. 115 John Fry, possession of liquor. 116 John Fry, C. C. W. ll'J. ChlolveW Sheppard, C. C. W. 118 Willie Eccles, A. D. \y. 119 Ray Martin, giving worthless check. |2O Ray Mfertin, giving worthless check. 121 Dick Cook, operating car while intoxicated. 122. L. R. Montgomery, operating car while intoxicated. 57 Mrs. Odell Ferguson Roberts, abandonment. TRIAL DOCKET 45. Edwin Moser, A. D. W. 46 Tom Burrow, A. D. W. 27 Alley Ray Moser, operating car while intoxicated. 33 H. A. Fulp, reckless driving. 34 Paul Banner, L. &R. 36 W. W. Noah, removing crop. 38 Theodore Clark, false pretense. 47 Toby Booth, operating car while intoxicated. 48 Bernard Wilkins, A. D. W. 49 1-2, 51 1-2 Claud Cromer, A. D. W. 160 Will D. Sisk, murder, (Jail.) 161 Will D. Sisk, sale of liquor, (Jail.) 142 Neal Hawkins, housebreaking L. & R., (Jail.) 144 Luther Goins, abandonment, (Jail.) 168 Otis Branson, L. & R. (Jail.) . 168 Emmett Hooker, murder, (Jail.) The indolent one sits quietly by while gutz and gumption win the race. Anybody can go straight home. What matters more ia going home straight. I " "Bull shooters" shouldn't forget that any old tire can "blow." DR. BLACKBURN DIES SUDDENLY Prominent Young Dentist, of Walnut Cove Practicing There Since 1924—Survived By Wife and Two Children. Walnut Cove, March 22.—Dr. H. Eugene Blackburn, 32, died almost suddenly at his home here at one o'clock this morning. He has suffer ed a severe nervous attack early i'l the night, but this had apparently passed off when he suddenly expir ed, his death coming as a great shock to his family and friends. For some months he had been suf fering nervous attacks and some time since was treated at a hospital, but his condition was not consider ed dangerous. Dr. Blackburn had been practic ing dentistry at Walnut Cove sin'-} 192 I and had built up a most lucra tive practice He was a graduate of Atlanta Dental College, locating iu Walnut Cove after completing his education, lie was a great civic leader of the community, always taking a lead iu everything per taining to the upbuilding of his town and community. He was married to Miss Helen Morgan, of LuGrange, (la., who survives him, as well as two 1 ittl*.* girls, Virginia, aged 6, and Betty Jean, aged 3 He is also survived by his father, who resides near Kernersville, which was the native home of Dr. Blackburn. Dr. Blackburn was a Mason and a member of the M. E. church. He served throughout the world war. Funeral arrangements have not been completed at this time Another big trouble with gardens is that more grows than the gardner sows. Speaking of handicaps, how does the fellov. stack up who has a wood-' en leg and tries to drown himself! j If you want to be sure of hearing the whole truth, tell a lie. TO PASS ON STOKES FED'L FARM LOANS Committee Named For County At Large, Also For Separate Townships. Committees for passing upor federal loans to farmers cf Stokes county have been appointed for the county as well as for each township of the county. Applica tions for these loans are beinjj made now rapidly and the commit tees will meet at once to pass upon the first installment. Of course the applications will continue to !»'■ made for some time, and the commit tees will meet from time to tinu to pass on them. The loan committee for Stokes county at large is as follows: J. Luther Mitchell, of Walnut Cove; I>. Banner Young, f Danburv. and I'. Oscar Fry, of Pinnacle. The committees for the several townships of Stokes follow: Sauvatown Township—K. S. Vim merman, Stephen Smith and .1. C. Oaig. Heaur Island—C. A. Wall, J. I»- Newman and W. M. Chisman. Snow Creek—W. W. Dcdson, J. T. Corn and 11. E. Carter. Peter's Creek—J. W. ljukey, Frank Tilley and J. T. Tucker. llig Creek—U. F. Wright, Joe Francis and J. Walter Simmons. Quaker Gap—C. A. Mickey, 1.. P. Pell, and J. W. Talley. Yt'dkin — E. F. Stone, N. I. Boyles and J. 11. Watts. Meadows—Ed. Mitchell, S. 1.. Holland and D. Alex White. Danbury—S. P. Christian, Gilmer Mabe and S. A. Flin.huni. Appointments For Danbury M. E. Church ELLSV.'OPvTH HARTSFIELD. Pastor. Ist Sunday— Bethesda, 11 a. m.; Forest Chapel, 3 p. m.; Pine Hall, 7 p. m. 2nd Sunday—Davis' Chapel 11 a. m.; Vad e Mecum, 3 p. m.; Danbury, 7:15 p. m. 3rd Sunday—Pine Hall, 11 a. m.; Forest Chapel, 3. p. m. 4th Sunday— Danbury, 11 a. m. Davis Chapel, 7 p. m. sth Sunday—Eleven o'clock services distributed among the several churches. Watch for special announcements. Sunday Schools at the churches. 10 a. m. Epworth Leagues at Pine Hall and Bo thesdr.. Missionary societies at Pine Hall and Danbury. Union prayer meeting at Danbury. Watch for announcements. [pips=Vise id Otherwise By W. P. Murray. Millions for defiance, but not one cent for restitution—that seems to be the slogan of the Lindbergh Kid napers. j The best way for the banks to aid the anti-hoarding campaign is to cease hoarding their idle funds. It id alright to tell the other fel low how and what to do; but would it not be more effective, clarified and convincing to practice what you preach and show him that it can be done? Many folks, you see, are from the State of Missouri. Those who pat themselves on the back are seldom patted there by others. The main reason so many people are down and out is they have been looking so intently for the corner around whiah prosperity is that Number 3,718 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wright and young son, oi Baltimore, arrived here today to be the quests of Dr. and Mrs, K, 11, Morelield fur several days. They came down with the intention of staying over for the Easter services at Winston-Salem. Attorney O. E. Snow, of Pilot Mountain, was at tile court house today attending to professional business. Moir Hawkins and Will I'oore, prominent citizens of the Sandy Ridge community, -were business visitors to the county seat today. Peach trees hire M l'e blooming the second time this year. Eviden tly they were not kiiled during the recent cold weather. A Patrick county, Vn., farmer here last week gave it as his opinion that the peaches were killid in his c unty. William Hart man, ~ r I'anbury Route 1, wa in 1 ►.l1I'■ u r> today. Mr. Hart man's many :'ii.-, t .|. were glad to see him out fly tin after b>- ing confined t.. hi.- home for som.- time. Paul I*tdton, the energetic rep resentative ol tlie - (iroeery Co., and the owner of one of Wins ton-Salem's progressive grocery stores, was here on business today. Sheriff John Taylor is again in disposed with cold this week. Jesse Booth had tli. misfortune to cut one of his lingers severely today on a broken glass. It took several stitches to close the wound. Mrs. J. (_'. Dodson and Mrs. Geral dinc Fleishman Graham, of Winston- Salem, visited friends h re last week. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Sounder* and Miss Miriam Hall were visitors from Monroe Sunday, with relative?. Storm Down South Kills 375 People A terrific hurricane early this week swept over several Southern States. In Alabama, more than 200 persons were killed. In Georgia and elsewhere there was 1 considerable loss of life. For Register of Deeds. R. W. Boles, of Mizpah, was a visiter today at the Reporter office Mr. Boles is considering running for Register of Deeds subject to the Republican primary. Flu Prevalent. Quite a good deal of flue is re ported by physicians, though not of a violent type. A fool is that person who's caught more than once by quicksand. Wise men may come and men may go, but nobody has yet discovered a workable substitute for discipline. they have over-looked the procession in their immediate locality and, consequently, have been caught in the economic traffic jam. It is alright to look ahead, but it avails 1 very little, if you do not look where. It seems that cur gay visitor Spring is going- to get a cold recep tion this year. » But it is an ill wind that blows nobody some good. Think of the increased business the coal man 13 getting along now. And, too, the cold weather give* Pa a good excuse for putting off Ma and daughter have the money with I which to buy those spring coats ' and gowns.

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