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THE DANBURY REPORTER.
Fiiis at Capella Destroys Resi
dence News of Interest
From Yadkin Township.
King, March 80.—Miss Sarah
Francis Spainhower, of Winston-Sa-
Jem, was among the visitors her®
Charlie N. Boles has returned to
his home in Monroe, Va„ after
paying a short visit to relatives here.
Farmers in this section are busy
preparing their gardens for plant
Mrs. T. G. Perdy, of North WVkes
boro, is spending a few days here
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Grabs.
Gaston Meadows, merchant of
Capella, had the misfortun» to lose
his home by flre last Ttiur.jlf.v t.ight
about 11 o'clock. Practically all th 9
household effects of the family were
destroyed in the flames. The build
ing which was a good one, was saiJ
to I>e partially covered by insurance.
The origin of the tire is unknown.
Captain and Mrs. J. C. North.
Scott, of Asheville, wpent the week
end here the guests of friends.
Ollie Pulliam and family, •■£
Winston-Salem, spent Sunday with
Miss Leona Pulliam, trained nurse
of High Point, spent Easter hero
the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
B. F. Pulliam.
The county school commencement
will be held here next Friday, April
1. A large attendance is expected.
The following births were regis
tered here last week: To Mr. and
Mrs. Adolphus Butner, a son; to
Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Goodwin, a
eon; to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fowler,
a. daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
Harris, a son; to Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Mendenhall. a daughter;
to Mr. and Mrs. James East, a son;
and. to Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKln
ney, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goff, of
High Point, are spending a few days
with relatives here.
A forest fire which broke out Just
east of town Saturday afternoon
burned over about 3° acres before
it was extinguished. The fir?,
origin of which is unknown, destroy
ed several acres of timber.
'Mr. and Mrs. Bdyan Pulliam, of
Winston-Salem, spent . Easter Sun
day with relatives here.
Quite a number of people attended
the Easter service which was held
at the Moravian graveyard Sunday
afternoon. The service was in
charge of the Moravian church
band of Bethania.
l«. R. Newsum, of this place, was
given a hearing before Justice of the
Peace John Christian at Pinnacle
Monday on a charge of partaking a
little too freely" of Joy Juice. Aj
fine ot one dollar and cost was im
Miss Flossie Caudle, of Bon Air,
Winston-Salem, "was a week-end vis- |
Itor to relatives hers. ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. U. At wood are
spending some time with relatives
■Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Paris and
Miss Velma Jullian, of Cedr Falls. 1
spent Easter here guests, of Mrs.
M. E. Garner.
Miss Velma Jullian, of Cedar Falls,
week-end with relatives and friends
Walnut Cove Births
Walnut Cove, March 26.—Tlia
vital statistics registrar for Saura
to(wn township today reported the
following recent births in and near
here: To Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tuttle,
a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Wil
liamson, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. John
G. Mabe, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Wal.
y ter M. Kington, a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
Ttalph Simpson, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles D. Tuttle, a boy; and Mrs.
It. T. Southern, a boy.
Jwin Calvees Born
Walnut Cove, March cow
belonging to. J. H. Fulton, Walnut
Cove merchant, has Just given birth
to twin calves and the old animal
seems to be so disturbed over the
fact that there are two calves that
die absolutely refused to let either |
of them take nourishment.
Established 1872. Danbury, N. C., Wednesday* March 30, 1932.
A Unique Contest.
With this issue the Danbury Re
porter is offering a new and unique
contest- and feature entitled "Why
I Trade With These Business Firms"
details of which will be found on
page 2. Every reader of the Reporter
is cordially invited to take part in
this contest and compete for one or
more Q' the valuable prizes being
offered in connection with it. The
only requirements are that contest
ants write letters of not more than
one hundred words giving their
reasons for trading with one or more
progressive business firms represent
ed on the page. Entrants will find
that there are many sound and
practical reasons for trading with
these firms. As many letters may be
written a_s desired but each letter
must be on o separote firm. Awards
will be made according to merit of
the letters and the announcements
of the winners will be made next
week. All letters must be in the
! office of the Danbury Reporter not
later than Thursday, April 7th.
The Danbury Reporter will fill the
subscription list of the Gold Leaf
during this contest.
In addition t 0 the prizes offered
; the H. H. Jones Furniture Co.. is
giving a handsome electric mantel
[ clock for the best letter on their
firm. The Crystal Ice and Coal Co.
I is giving f(jur tickets to the Colonial
Theatre for the best four letters on
Among the firms taking part are;
Camel City Loundry; Downtown Ga
rage; Peerless Ice Cream Co.; Twin
City Motor Co.; Camel City Cleaners:
Truelove Dry Cleaners; E. M. Myers
& Co.; Paul Bennett Motor Co.;
I Smithdeal Insurance and Realty Co.;
O'Hanlon's Drug Store; WinstQn
[ Salem Building & Loan Co.; Angelo
j Grocery: Goodrich Silvertown, Inc.;
i Dewey's Bake ShQP; Colonial Thea-
I tre; H. H. Jones Furniture Co.:
i Paul W. Davis Chevrolet Dealer;
Crystal Ice and Coal Co.; Vogler Fun
eral Home: and the Zinzendoif
All letters must be addresited to
CONTEST EDITOR, The Danbury
Reporter, 217 West sth Street,
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Death of Mrs.
Mrs. George Rogers. aged 72,
passed away yesterday at her home
near Francisco, after an illness of
some months. »The deceased was
a most excellent christian lady and
beloved by all who knew her. One
of her neighbors today stated that
he had never known a more lovely
christian character. The deceased is
survived by a number of sons and
daughters, as follows: Sons, Edgar,
Andy, George, Rastus, all of Stokes,
and Sanders, of Ellerbee, N. C.
Daughters, Mrs. Carl Cook, of High
Point; Mrs. Delia Love, of Winston-
Salem; Mrs. D. H. Jessup, of Fran.
Cisco, and Mrs. E. D. Slate, of
Brim. A large number of grand
children survive. Funeral and
burial will /be held today at the
home, interment being In the fami'.v
burying ground. The deceased had
long been a faithful member of the
Primitive Baptist church, and ser
vices will be conducted by her pas
tor, Elder F. P. Stone.
Reunion and Birthday
Dinner to Be Given
On her ninety-fifth birthday the
friends and relatives of Mrs. Sallle
Ann Tuttle expect to give her a re
union and birthday dinner at het
home 5 miles north of Germanton
on April 17th. All friends of the
family are requested to attend and
a largp gathering is expected. Of
course." friends and relatives living
near by will bp expected to bring
along well-filled baskets of good
food to help- take ere of dinner.
What a Bladder Physic.
Should do. Wodk on the bladder
as cantor oil on the bowels. Drii'e
out impurities and excess acids that
cause irritation which results In get
ting up nights, frequent deelr»,
burning, leg .pains or backache. BT. r -
KETIS (5 gr. Tablets) is a pleasant
bladder physic. Get a 25c. test l> >x
from your druggist. After four
days if not relieved go back and get
your money. You will feel good
after this cleansing and you get your
regular sleep. For sale by—
W. V. McCANLSSri.
HERE NEXT WEEK
Five Homicide Cases, Many
Other Lesser Offefises, Com
prise the Largest Docket
Stokes criminal term of "Superior
court will convene here next Mon
day, April 4. and is scheduled to be
presided over by Judge John M.
Oglesby, however, it is learned
through attorneys here that Judge
Oglesby is contemplating an ex
change of courts with Judge J. H.
Ciement, of Walkertown. Judge
Oglesby resides In western North
Carolina, and this exchange will
prove a convenience to both jurists.
The court docket for next week
contains three murder cases, two
for manslaughter, 16 for assault
with deadly weapon, 13 for violating
the prohibition laws. 4 for operating
a car while intoxicated. 3 reckless
driving, 3 removing crop, two each
for larceny and receiving, abandon
ment, resisting officer, carrying con
cealed weapon, one each for false
pretense, house-breaking, violating
State game law and bur'i'n* h-,use
The appearance docket that is.
defendants that have already been
tried and must appear to show gord
behavior or pay cost, has twenty
seven cases. Of course the grand
jury will begin to add to the regular
docket as soon as they get in session.
The court is expected to continue
for a full week and at that, on ac
count of the murder and homicide
cases, may not finish the docket.
Third Meeting Held in Walnut
Cove—Not So Many Applica
tions As Last Year.
Walnut Cove, March 29.—The
County Farm Loan Board, composed
of J. Luther Mitchell, of Walnut
Cove; P. O. Fry, of Pinnacle, and
Banner Young, of Danbury Route 1,
held their third meeting in Walnut
Cove yesterday for the purpose of
passing upon applications of farm
ers for loans upon which to make
crops this year. The number of
applications for loans made thus
far in Stokes county is 280, and at
this rate it looks like there will not
be as many applications as last
year. It is also noted by the mem
bers of the board that the amounts
asked for by the farmers are less
than last year a* a rule. The total
amount of the loans requested had
not been ascertained today. There
will be several other meetings of
the board from time to time this
spring to pass upon the farmers'
Banana« in Orange Juice
Rice Waff lea ivith Syrup
EARLY npring months are tem
peramental. So are appe
tites. There is a spirit of
change In the air. and we crave
a change of food. Good old bacon
and eggs have perhaps been all we
could wish for a month or so ago,
but Just now we want fruits no
body ever heard of and a pii'ce de
resistance that Is utterly out of
Try combining fruiLs to get a
different fruit flavor. Try also
some waffles that are light as a
Interesting Program Rendered
-—Woman's Missionary So-'
ciety Of the M. E. Church
Holds Its Maijch Meeting.
Walnut Cove, Mareh 28.—The j
Parent-Teacher Association met n
regular session Tuesday evening in
the High School auditorium.
In the absence of H. It. McPhe •-
son, president, Mrs. Anne Carter
A story, "Grandfather Pig," wns
told by children of the first grade. !
Songs were sung by the second
and third grade girls and by the
High School girls.
A reading, A Henpecked Coon,
was given by Clarence Young.
The speaker of the evening was
Rev. J. R. Fitzgerald, who spoke in
an interesting manner on the home.
Announcements were made in re
gard to the county commencement
which will be held March 2Jth at
Sandy Ridge. Representatives of
the \Y alnut Cove school will take
part in the recitation and declama
tion contests and exhibits will be
made of the work of the different
\\ alnut Cove.—The Womans* Mis
sionary Society of the Methodist
church held its March meeting Tues.
day afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Fitz
gerald as hostess.
In the absence of the president.
Mrs. A. G. Jones, Mrs. C. J. Lamb
led the opening devotiona'.s.
A duet, "Christ Arose," was sung
by Mrs. Harry Davis and Mrs. W.
E. White, with Mrs. H. R. McPher
son at the piano.
Little Alton Fitzgerald, son of
the hostess, sang a solj.
A poem on Palm Sunday was read
I by Mrs. Odell Jones.
| The mission study lesso'n "Sff
Korea was conducted by Mrs. Fitz
After a brief business session
music wai furnished by Marie and
Oneita Fitzgerald and Nancy Lamb.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting .
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hutcherson, il
Sandy Ridge, accompanied by their
little child, were visitors in Winston-
Salem Wednesday. Mr. Hutcherson
is a member of the Stokes County
Board of Education.
G. C. Davis, well known Stokes
boy. formerly with Van Dyke's, has
taken over the management of
Thompson's Shoe Store. Trade St..
Wlnston-Salem, N. C.
A. G. Slsk, Jas. B. Joyce. 8. P.
Christian, and Rober Smith attended
the Younce-Brinkley trial at Lexln*.
feather and yet sufficiently sus
taining to bf.* useful. Try the in
tercsting menu suggested here.
Itice Waffles: Beat two egg
yollcs until thick and lemon col
ored. Add one. cup of diluted
evaparutid milk. Combine with
tha fo.lowin.; s,: i.-,i dry in
■jrediesits. 01lc ,. Ui , Hour, three
teaspoons baking powderf one
tablespoon sugar and one-fourth
'teaspoon salt. Beat until smooth.
Add three-fourths cup of cold
boiled rlca and three tablespoons
of melted butter; fold in two
stiffly-beaten egg whites. Bake on
a hot waffle iron like any waffle.
This make* four largu waffles.*
! Will Bring Huge Sum J
To Stokes County |
j Frank D. Crist, a World War
I Veteran and candidate for tilt D«*ni_
I ocratic nomination I'nited States'
. Senate in the June 4th primaries, j
| says: The ex-service men of!
INo rth Carolina would'
I receive $58.5«4.179.24 if the sold
iers bonus was paid in full. Kx
service men living in the following
| counties would receive: Rocking,
i ham $t!25,25.">.92, Stokes $272,129.0'',
| Surry Yadkin $220.442.. 1
j 40. Davie sl7ii.oS4.fi4. David-on
' $585.m;7.«;0. Wilkes 5442.«22.5>. '
| Guilford «1.«25,042.40 and Forsyth
The average man 'thinks that the
I payment of the bonus would in
-1 crease his taxes, but it will not. says
I Mr. (Jrist. "This sum AV ill be paid
in fact 1 y SKO.ooo wealthy income
| tax—payers and the big corporations
I of the I'nited States who pay taxes,
I excess profit.'. All federal revenue '
| is derived as we know from tariff.
| income and inheritance taxes and
internal revenue. Fourteen per rent,
i of the money comes from import
j duties and the remainder from in
j come ta M-S and the Corp >raii«>ns,
! For that reason, I lo not see why
the average man should be opposed
to the payment of the bonus."
There are 750.000 able-bodied
l World War veterans now unemploy.
| cd, 75.000 veterans with di*ahH|tl«
; unemployed and son. HIM) veterans
j who are working part time of from
' oil'"* to four hours a week and in
' most cases at gretly reduced wages.
| Therefore, 1.800.000 veterans and
! their families are fai ing want an.i
hunger and it is imperative that
they be paid their money at one*'
I and millions of other veterans are
in such financial distress 'hat lhy
should be paid the remainder of
their bonus a's soon as possible. j
It is a fact that if the house
iMßeney loaned to the veterans
last year is not repaid to the I'nited
| States government before the due
| date of the principal sum. the inter
est in the money borrowed will have
> almost entirely consumed the princi- j
1 pal and the veterans twill receive
I nothing. Those soldier boys brave. 1
!.v faced the hell of Flanders, tlir.t
I the Democracy of the World and
I the free government of the I'nited
States might live, and surely thv
people and their government will
not desert them now in their hour
Mds. Evelyn Covington Vernon.!
21, and Mcßay Tilley, 32, were
married in the office of Register of'
Deeds B. P. Bailey Sunday morning.
Justice J. B. Joyce performing the
ceremony in the presence of quite
a number of interested spectators.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Rufus Covington, of the Wlnut
Cove community, and while this is
her second marriage, appears quite
young, and attractive. The gro6m,
who has been carrying mail from j
the railway station to the postoffice
at Walnut Cove for the past number
of years, is well known and popular
among a large cidcle of friends.
X. R. Martin is visiting in the* Twin J
City this week.
[pips=Vise anil Otherwise
By W. P- Murray.
The wets are talking so much the
prohibitionists wish they would dry
up. The wets think the drys' argil,
mrnt is ail wet. JSonu- Ih'ntc the
matter xhould be voted on by the
various States, letting each dee'do
whether it shall be wet or dry. Hut.
regardless of person i 1 opin -.t
there are but two practical solution.-:
the States must be either all dry or!
all wet. To have some wet and
some dry would be to increase boot
legging and liquor smuggling. In- i
stead of Just having prohibition of- i
fleers along the Canadian and Mexi-1
can borders, we would have to have j
a oimilar force along the border to.
every wet and dry State. ProhHu-
tion in the dry State, then, would s>e
Number - 5,719
j COMES TO CLOSE
Entertainments Given By Pri
mary and Grammai 1 Grades.
i The Danliury consolidated dchoot
conies to a close this week after 4
most successful year with Pivf. L.
V. Hoovis, of Gaston county, as
principal, Mesdaine- .1. \V. Hall, R.
J. Scott, Misses Mattie Sue Taylor,
and Janle Martin, all of iJanbury.
The primary grade* will piv»» an
entertainment on Thursday evening
whilt» th»* grammar grade* will not
giv«' theirs until Saturday evening
on account of county miiiencement
which will be hell it -ho Kins
school on Friday.
Prof, lloovis give* ( ,ut the program
to be carried out u.s fo'.b-ws:
Thursday i:\eiiiuu, March 31st,
Special numbers Miss !V v t:y
Ph- l-on. of Winston-S, . m.: anj Jaj.
Joy. . . of Hanbury.
Ilainbow „ KnJ.
Spring Comes :o I„.nl.
Polk J lance.
Address by prof. (I.c-It princi.
pal lb rui .nil.n high h^ol
April 2ml. T:«l O'clock I*. M. .
S--:.g —"\V.- Hope You Pi»U4ht
• Pmil.-s .Men;."
Play—.l u!i:bo Juiiib w::h seven
: boys a:. 1 three girls taking part.
Song—"The North Carolina Hills."
Play —"Too Much of a Goil
Thing." with tlir.-.- boy.- and sewx
• g>U taking part.
Sons —"Now Aren't You Ola J,
I Having been utged by my friends
Republican primary as a candidate
for llegister of Deeds of Suikei
county. Your support will be ap
I MUS SADIK PII.TOX I/IYIX.
i Walnut Cove, N. C., March 21*. 1932
I LoST.—*ase containing pair of
glasses, fountain pen, and otlu-r
small articles on Meadows-VValnt't
Cove highway or at Meanows school
building. Reward if returned ta
Mary M. Mitchell, Walnut Cove, N
G. J. Tuttle Dead.
G. J. Tuttl«\ airfd farmer and ex*
Confederate soldier of Walnut Cove,
is dead. *ir. Tuttle'a age wac past
A most unusual accident occurred
late Saturday afternoon near Pied,
mont Springs. Pasjtor F. E. Harts
field, of the M. K. church here, wart
returning home when one of the
rear wheels of his car ran off. The
wheel ran down through the pasture
j of S. A. Flinchum, scaring the cattle
and causing a stampede. One of the
cows, in jumping a ravine, fell anJ
broke her back, killing the animal
almost instantly. The additionrl
report that the minister came on to
I town without missing his wheel, is
' not verified.
an lmi>ruftir.i! faivo. Theiv is ob
viously tin liiiiKl'.c ground —either
aIS wot or all dry.
Tho «'liin>>f apparently want to
crown y.v, l'u-Vi with an iron
crown. They probab'.y »•«■:'« r to liint
by sayintr. ho dupes t> eonnuer.
Tho depression ha* !n*t«d so lons
tho expert* havo run out of preriic*
Tho bottom inns: havo fallen out
I wh«n ih* erasli came.
| There doesn't seem to bo any bot-
I torn now. Hut like ea.-v after pain,
• prosperity will feel awfully KOOJ
' when the depression is pone.