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THE DANBURY REPORTER.
FOR FEBRUARY 7
NUPTIALS OF I.I'CIEN \Y.
COBB AND MISS MARIAN
NEEDHAM TO OC( UR AT
SAX JOSE. CALIFORNIA
BRIDE-TO-BE HONORED BE
FORE LEAVING FOR FAR
Miss Marian Needham left Sat
urday for San Jose, California,
where on February 7 she will i.o
united in marriage with Lncien
VV. Cobb, Jr., of Rosjburg, Ore
The wedding will take pl?c* a.t
the home of Mrs. W. E. Cox. a
sister of Miss Needham, in Sun
Jose, and the officiating mini.«t;r
•will be the Rev, Z. J. Needham.
of the M. E. church, who is im
uncle of the bride-to-be, and wlv
performed the marriage ceremony
at the wedding of her paron'
"Rev. and Mr s. J. !"!. Needham
year? ngo. The '" : ' i
he a» home '' '•--V-.- ■ O
':i': i Pi I) >.
1 ) •• \>
. 70! V. h j -y day.
Miss N>-'hrr» i«* a -*ti ;r• ••• •"
Rev. and M-s T. n. Noedhtrn >.*
Danbur;*. Her fa'her i> the 1 >vtd
pasto' - of the M. E. church of th ! ?
plaro. She Is a young lady o''
very exceptional qualities of rain !
and character and of uni'su-d
w«>nr*l rhnmvSht is z.> £«sdti i! .••
of Oregon State college at Co>--
vrd'is, O"o v on. a rr ember m'
Gam!' a Phi Th '•• • . 1 »*.-» T "
nomics, an I an h :»"> >.vy
ci on ' .r.
• • v - !
Mi. fi •> p.roov; v. ■
poc*. is v • *.* l'] .of"i »' . '
university r.t ■' d-T.i, Or"! >• .
has hr 1 j ■ r.-,» h* " '•
Stanfo.d. I'o'o .M o, '""ah.
Ho is in:- > -ate 1 in r'nhy: \ '
i r. nching.
P.rt o v ('• "n"*uve f r •! •
f.-r Via? >l:vi '.
c? ~...* ~, t j, -me o r F)
.t. ' . Ilnr-T r* Pino II >V !
the P: " 11-i'l missionar • ro^vi,'.
Mis. TO - .: Preston i r>"cai.h"'" c
this sor-k-'v. Delicious rof** ' •
i monis wore served by (Us h ■'
» ' >s?es.
Bil s Prin^r^
Is Thrent? i- i" '
Pill Pringle, of th" Guilfo-l
( College section, got a I'tter on
his front porch demanding SS.OMD
on pain of death or destruction.
He carried the letter to th"*
Sheriff o f Guilford who is Icok
ing for the attempted kidnaper o>-
q Mr. Pringle, who is a son o"
the late Dr. A. J. Pringle. «>•'
Lawsonville, Stokes county,
formerly resided at Lawsonville.
The Greensboro News in publish
ing the item, says it was under
stood Mr. Pringle was *eir to a
s large fortune left by his father
in land in Stokes county.
M. E. CHURCH AT DANBURY
NO CH\N«ES IX TiSi;
LR}l OR LAWS.
The M. E. Churcii al Danbury.
of which Rev. J. I>. Needham i.
pastor, wants the Turlington
anti-liquor avt lot alone.
At knit Sunday's meeting of
the church members and friends,
resolutions memorializing our
Stokes representatives in the
legislature were adopted. It i«
asked that there be no changes
made in the present North Caro
lina laws which forbid the man i
facture or sals of liquor in the
The resolution follows:
"Whercaf, i( lias come to o\a
attention that O.TOJ'S are h-iir;
naJe to have . : iin
A' . ! ! > ■ ■
v I " v i i*>*t f . • : n ca \»:vi '
i® * 1 ' *. 'V'.'i. - * tbO i'AIHl'•
facture. or ti:mnportation
intoxicating beverages; and
"Whcrsas, ths Turlington Ar'
is the principal liquor enforce
ment law of tliis State and i.i
designed to make effective th
State-wide law, which forbids the
manufacture, sale or transporta
tion of intoxicating brvcrapy;
-«"• r" ■. I • ; v. .
' ' -'i i w.\s er •
d : • on Nov.
" • .!•*•"* r/iioi-ty o;
1 'i • i ->c::l oC tlio
1" ! • ~|t *,•• ♦ to the
T ;M' '! .' ' C ■•if.' i tl : on a.'ld
V •' • . .•: y f-uloM? 1 1 y
' f ■: . Ik- » re- : e I
v ' ' of I h's CO.'
the North (' '.ro'kvi Le.~i:' it-r'•
rer.rrsra'irc ?■ C >un' •••
r.nd '• • nroi!°lv o-• •■>-.-> any an-?
• r cforts a* irprnl or modifica
t'on f' o'ir p"eser.t liquor la""
and ".i'". 1 t !, o law known r
(h? Turlington Act.
"He it further resolved, that s
copy of these resolutions be sent
to each member reperesenting
Stokes County at Raleigh."
Mrs, Doyle Well A grain
The friends of Mrs. M. IT.
Doyle will be glad to know thai
she is now well again after a:>
illness of several days at her
apartments in Walnut Cove.
Mrs. Doyle has been trans
ferred to Winnton-Salem under
the n«nv FERA sit-up, and will
act in the capacity of director of
rehabMitat ion in Forsyth and
Danbury, N. C., Thursday, January 31, 1835
EVER SELLS HIGH
FRED BENNETT MAKES
FANCY AVERAGE Jl ST BE
FORE THE MARKET CLOSES
-EIGHTY-SIX AIN'T BAD,
WHAT DO YOU SAY ?—THE
SUN SHINES SOFTLY ON
TIIE RIVER HILLS.
The monotonous chant of the
auctioneer must soon cease un* i'
a new crop is made, but before
the 1934-35 season closes Fred
Bennett of the Buck Island hills,
slips a load in nvd carries o'Y
the honors of the market.
At Brown's Warehouse this
sale was made by him a few days
"00 at .C>S
ISO at .51
23S at .•!')
Fred Psuji.'ti is i .".rso't 1 .
l:-oy and th • ol !.!> dad. (>!!
Frc 'hi •• ! ; v. to cu-e
• ' ; ••
p ' a r 1! ■ .•"t. i : :: ;
' 'I Fred s .? 1:
'■yv.i kn • .'■*. J.'uds bd -id a'.we;
■ : :i; J-,i u. '»* rvl'C'" 1 in t!i?
d i "s the s*.'n .'•hire ..,
softly, or the glamour of the
r.ioonlie.ht on the hi.'l:; rc3t ao
. bcwitcliing. In taking off the
j prize for the best load grown n
Peter's Creek township for the
• 1934 season naturally I feel ,\
. pardonoble pride. Many of my
friends have asked me how )
done it. Ths answer i. it tak"-.
ig-.ttt •)'. :o rro-.h'.e? r ally f!,">
■'■ a; :-o, and the fir-U -itcn . .
■ the plant b®d. Get healthy
cn ti.ne. :u« the il
!.:rd . f flti: :k) rM it in on t ! ;
• an! f'-m Ui.;i't l-.
Mr. Bonnet' w:u in town to
day sr.i' king a big black cigar
■ fi>:c.j in the south-west corner of
■ his mouth. lie vas not what yo\'
• would call intoxicated, but was
ju.. % ! cor.:fortnbly drunk and s?em
ed to love everybody. He earned
his bill i:i !>is fi.int overall nor!"«
' and cus-ed nuthoriia'ivcly. M-.
B met' denied !sat there hi!
over be a any deprc.rii n, hi '
' ' ii«l !** i' nul l h n i reved to 1
lis v.-onld , a-, it o." .
' -J •
:v Sin'lv JlU^r
Citizens of Sandy Ridge we.;-
in Danbury Tuesday scekin? a
nurse to attend the bedside o" U.
A. Blair, who is seriously i'l w'.th
a heart affection at his how at
; Sandy Ridfre.
A few days ago two of Mr.
TA iir's sons were hurt in a:t
automobile accident, and were
taken to a hospital. It is learned
that they have since been
brought back home.
"j Methodi.it Church
. 1 Services next Sunday as fol
Rethesda, 11 A. M; Pine Hall,
7:30 P. M.
! The public is cordially invited
i to attend
UP IN SURRY
DOGS AND COWS GOING MAD,
AND PEOPLE TAKING
OVER 1.10 CANINES VACCiN
iATEI) DANBURY DOG
' NOT WORRYING.
Up in Surry, according to th
last issue of the Mount Air-
Times, four persons will have ;.■>
take the Pasteur treatment ft"
prevention of rabies. A cow . wa
ed by R. P. Nunn. o r Pins PJ !ge.
went mad, and those who haw
bsen drinking the milk s-.re ;nn
on pins and needles.
The News s.ays hydrophobia is
widespread throughout Sut ry,
and over 150 dogs at Slat
Mountain. A Vest field and A.-
bury sections have been -.ae
cinatcd. .Mad do.-s are r. > le
ported in the Brim ;-.:>.d i •' • .
At Danbury \v ■
more doas '»•••
canines ai ? r. ,--i •
ing recen 'y c •
thing wti . : i !
health, has • insideiably i
out the f> . • pop'.datio: .
bull which is white eoiove.l, -v
a very short tail and crop. ;• ■■
ears, goes around with a moa'a
ful countenance, as if he ha i
1 lately lost his best friend. But a'l
the dawgs in town don't tak.'
mrtch stock in his sad h ok».
which they say if decent : vo.
■ There are mors dv.vgs here wi:h
-r : on them, one-eve i,
> ,'nni i ■, ' •
evrr tv- '• !:•• • "i
Those ci'irc" ' • •
r houres and 1. y ;• a-j • )'■
'■ pailo are r.'.r.i;, to r.i.e a v
' tharks to the sad 1 'a " ' •!'
! Mrs, «?. J5 1 '
*» -t, ; - n r
s -U f-i ■'
Mrs. R. J. -itt ■
T*Ui;. A C' '
In the a' • (•:
*.he vi -e pvc . ! -'c: ' 1 . . *•' ''
'".'.viar !u'! i> 11- : r J or
s bu.ji.te.-.s '.e- -"n.
A Ml' • ■ ''C'-TIIV * nrc v i ■
had been arraaged, consl.-a ins o"
paries of !aue:s on S'.oh' 1 '
1 * ,
Th.? rr-? or Coi-vfi st.-vos v. •••
akeleiia,', by Ma; Jnnio Ma - 'in.
Mn. A. G. Si k gave an
tr-re~ting description of two VTH
hr.own landmarks o r S'.ok" .
Cascade and Piedmont Springe.
Mrs. Frank Martin's paper . ;
the historical Rock House brought
the program to a close.
1 During the social period, a
Valentine contest provided rati -h
interest and amusement. Mrs. A.
. G. Sh.-k was winner of the priz\
a lovely box of stationery.
,! The hostess served a salad
1 course assisted by Mrs. J. F.
1 Martin and Miss Elizabeth Mar
DANBURY INDUSTRY IN
YESTIGATED BY THE NEW
DEAL—POSSIBILITY OF RE
HABILITATION AND EM
PLOYMENT OF CONSIDER
Messrs. Woodruff and
of Greensboro, and Powell, of
Winston-Salem, State and district
officials of the ERA. were in
Danbury Tuesday officiating a:
the formal demise of tlie relief
office here, which has been trans
ferred to Winston-Salem.
These agon's of the govern
ment, working under the regime
of Mrs. O'Berry at Raleigh after,
attending to the details of th->
consolidation of the Ftohes-Fo. • ■
syth headquarters. invc ; -ti^ai: '
the inactive plant of t'ae I.tm-i
Novelty Convrny hi' e. with th
view of ' faa-'o--' bc-i'
' i t
Under th? ovor-y-or.;'.-
ion tliis little iac;ory il i.
suggested would sive employment
to some 50 or more workmen.
The Laurel Novelty Company
under the manasjment of W. 11
Joyce formerly manufactured
rustic furniture, principally oi
ivy, consisting of chairs, seats,
tables, settees and much fancy n
well as substantial b ic-a-bac.
.... i . ..... * . • . .
MR- Fannie Ruth . vhh
:. r.ii- ■. id- .
r ■ i ' "i •• v. • 'v.-. ■ ■
a.. ! M
; . ' ' ••
muo'c at King and other place
The • a is the sc-n of Mr. r.n-i,
Mrs. Sid Ashij'irn, OL t'-.e M*
Olive section, and is a youn-:
farmer of excellent character and
Many friends of the young
con lo in tlie county extend be-:
To Meet With
Mrs Dr. MoreficM
The Reporter is requested to
announce that the Danbury
ladies' missionary soe'ety will
meet with Mrs. Dr. R. 11. More
field on Wednesday afternoon
Feb. G at 2:30 o'clock.
G. Thomas Martin, of Mea
-1 t!ov>o, was in town Wednesday. (
MOVED TO FORSYTH
HEADOIARTERS V ERA
TRANSFERRED TO WINS
TON'-SALEM ll RANCH
STATION TO JSK MAI.NTALN
i.n SEVERAL OF
TISM PERSONNEL STOKES
OFFK'E IIOLI) TH.'IR JOBS.
In accordance with the plana
for consolidation of reHef offices
in the State, the headquarters of
Stokes relief has bvn removed to—
Mrs. Minnie O. P-.>vl\ who h's
been FEU A chief in I his couoty
fur more than a year, with of
lice in the Martin buil«lin.Qß, has
, been transferred to Forsyth and
in the new set -tip wi'L hold the
position of director of rehab
ilitation of farm?, in r .isyth and
St( rie.«. t;.C.O T O RI *"■> BEING
cml".! i.j r.'v. .Vi,
• • • • • .urn^vHi,
#* : .: ; M > •.. i . « . X. K.
I'oppe;. T: •• branclt
(itliL'o ,m .)■ maiiit'iinc J here will
remain in the Mai tin building. It
is also understood that Daa
Heath, Paul Lewis and N. E.
Wall will be retained as farm
, foremen. C. C. McGee, bock- -
keeper and Mrs. Walter Kin:;,
, stenographer. will hold their
!>osit:ops. but will u tnsferreJ"
to Forsyth headquar ers in Wtas
• vo r !c.
T "er x
i.. • . 1 • [:"'UQ'.id
■ « •£' I'oro
' * r 4 kns
.» .! of itt
"• '• v • ' several
. 'oiv " '' nn 1 ,ast
20 P.-mvV. Of Fat
l ost Her Prominent Hips,
Double Chin. Sluunisliness
Gained Physical VHJOR—
A Shapely Figure
If you're fat first remove the
Take one half teaspoonful of
KRL'SCHEN SALTS in a glass of
hot water every morning in 3
weeks get on the seal.s and note
hov many pounds of lit have
Notice also that you have gain
ed in energy—your skin is clearer
—you feel younger in body
KRUSCHEN will give any fat
person a joyous surprise.
Get a quarter pound jar of
KRUSCHEN' SALTS from any
leading druggist anywhere m
i America (lasts 4 weeks). If this*
first bottle doesn't convince ytnr
this is the easiest, safest and
surest wav to lose fat -your
I money cladly returned.