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THE DANBURY REPORTER
3 BOYS OFF
FOR FORT BRAGG
STOKES COUNTY DRAFT
BOARD SENDS FIRST CON
ALL VOLUNTEERS— NEXT
CALL WILL BE UP IN JAN
Lewis Norman Amos of Sandy
James Hughes Hall of Vadie
Robert Hedgecock of Walnut
The above three volunteers
form the first contingent of
Stokes boys to be sent to the
They left early Wednesday
morning for Fort Bragg, near
Fayetteville, Cumberland coitaty,
These boys, examined by the
draft board's physician, Dr. G. E.
Stone of King, are considered to
be physically fit for army serv
ice. Yet they are subject to
rigid examination by army physi
cians before being accepted and
inducted into the service.
The draft board of Stokes
county, composed of Moir Hawk
ins, chairman; S. A, Flinchum
and W. D. George, meets at in
tervals every week.
The next bunch of selectees will
be chosen by the board early in
Miss Nell King is secretary to
the local board.
J. G. Rutledare Returns
From Duk'e Hospital
J. G. Rutledge of Germanton,
Route 1, is expected to come
borne this week from Duke Hos
pital, Durham, where he has un
dergone a very serious operation.
He was operated on two weeks
ago for n tumor of the brain.
Jim Booth, Danlmry/
Voted Most Popular
Jim Booth of Daribury, of the
sophomore class of Walnut Cove
high school, won the prize of
SI.OO for receiving the most votes
in the Boy's "Popularity Con
The junior class wishes to ex
press its appreciation for the co
operation shown by the various
patrons and sponsors In making
Letter to Santa Clans
Francisco, N. C.
Dec. fl, 1940. '
Dear Santa Claus:
lam writing you to let you
know lam a little girt eight
yean old, go to school every day.
I am in he *#>ctnd grade. I want
« table set.. snow auit, anow
ahoea, orau , uuta and other
Dr. tad Mi«. Theodore Ant©»
•HpHHy ftmday. Tie. Amtm+na
Mrs. Powell Neely,
To Speak Here
Mrs. Powell Neely, of Winston-
Salem, a very talented and inter
esting speaker, will be in Dan
bury Sunday afternoon, Dec. 15,
at 3 o'clock, at the Methodist
Mrs. Neely has traveled abroad
many times and can give us first
China and Her Needs an'
Customs will be her subject. A
silver offering will be taken co
help pay for the care and educa
tion of a Chinese child that the
I Union Missionary Society has
adopted. Everybody is invited
to come and bring a friend.
David Walter Tilley
Buried Today at
David Walter Tilley, aged 67,
died at 3:30 Wednesday morning
|at the home of his niece, Mrs.
Roland Bullins, Walnut Cove,
: Route 2. He had been ill for
Funeral services were conduct
led Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock at Clear Springs Baptist
Church, near Meadows.
1 Rev. Watt Tuttle officiated,
| Surviving are one soil, W. F.
i Tilley, of Walnut Cove, and one
.brother, Sidney Tilley, Walnut
;Oorv«, Route 2.
In the barber shop M Walnut
Cove is a goad place to hear
stories of the skill and prowess
&f Stokes county hunters.
While waiting for a shave or
hair cut, you may listen to mar
vrfous experiences, and the shop
doesn't charge you anything for
One of the latest is this:
Kir. Luke Blackwell of Pino
HaTS relates one of Ms first hnnts.
He had 35 bullets and a new rifle.
Out In the woods lie saw a squir
rel quickly climb to the top of a
pine. Hie wind was blow»(g
stiff, and Mr. BlackwdPa fir si
shot brake the had leg of the
squirrel. The little animal clung
to the top, and aa the hunter'
fired each time the wind swaycu
the limb just enough to keep the
squirrel from receiving a vttal
shot. Finally Mr. Blackwell
loaded his gun with die butt bul
let, and this time he brought the
game to the ground. On picking
it up, he found it was entirely
cooked brown and crisp. Each
bullet grazing the body of Ui>
squlrrell had ploughed to close
that the animal was entirely
roasted. Mr. Blackwell carried
it home, ready prepared for eat
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Danbnry, N. C., Thursday, Dec. 12, 1940.* * * Published Thursdays
THE GERMAN NATION MUST BE
DESTROYED -PARTITION IT BETWEEN
ITS VICTIMS, ALLOWING THE JEWS A HOME
There can be no peace or security for the free
peoples of the world until the German nation is
We condemn Hitler. Destroy Hitler and you
have a Goering in his place; destroy Goering and
you get a Ribbentrop; destroy Ribbentrop and
iyou have a Goebbels—et cetera.
| Destroy the German nation with its ego, its
| conceit, its consuming ambition, its measureless
I hate, its blood lust.
! There are good German people. No one dis
' But the good German people who follow would
be conquerors blindly, implicitly and willingly,
! must suffer the consequences.
Have you seen or heard of a German or pro-
German who does not admire, applaud and deify
Hitler is only an expression of the rapacious
character of the German people who would RULE,
land whose motto is "Deutschland über Alles."
If there are millions of Germans in America,
i all of whom applaud Hitler in his unholy ambi
tion to conquer the world (which includes Amer
ica), and hundreds of whom are today plotting
| the overthrow of this government—shall we sit
Destroy the German nation—or else.
i Destroy it root and branch and divide it be
tween its victims and its WOULD-BE victims.
Does anyone doubt that Germany would de
stroy America but for the power of America and
England, that yet hold away its bloody hand?
Does anyone doubt that the German people are
backing Hitler and that hundreds of thousands
of Germans in America are backing him, and
even plotting this nation's downfall?
Then destroy Germany, and divide its terri
tories with Poland, Belgium, Norway, Denmark,
France, England—and the Jews.
Give Prussia to the Jews fbr a home, a home
for this persecuted race, this people who in
'agony, tears and death have felt the sting of
Take away from Germany it proudest state—
IVussia—and let Hitler and his cohorts be dis
armed, humbled and punished for their crimes
by experiencing the hopelessness which they
have intended for others.
There is retribution in history. Did you hear
the tiger of Berlin in his speech of Tuesday, in
which he raved and ranted of his power—and
that he would conquer the world? (The world
includes the United States.)
There is retribution in history. The dying
cries of innocent men, women and children is
not unheard by the God of battles. Alexander
tried to conquer, and died like a dog while his
enemies divided his conquests. Caesar tried it,
£.nd fell with more than nine daggers in his body,
while his empire crumbled. Napoleon tried it,
and sp«it his last days on lonely Helena, a can
cer gnawing- at his vitals. William the Kaiser
tried it. His career ended as an humble wood
Hitler and the German nation will perish from
the earth. Ever as Sodom and Gomorrah, even
as the great city of Carthage whose memory is a
mound in Africa.
i the complete power of America and th rt
r -i*h empire can atop Hitler.
JUJO /im be STOPPED. Stop him and stop hi
terrors and agony and bloodlust
- The German people back their tyrants. Let
the German people be stopped. As far back as
the Roman empire the raging hordes of Ger
(CoatiotM* QB Faft 4.) ,
State College Dairy
Specialist Coming Mon- i
| day Good News For
F. R. Farnham, dairy special
ist, State College, will spend
Monday, December 16 in Stokes I
Farmers will be advised how
to manage dairy cows for more
milk and better test. The im
portance of feeding a balanced
ration with silage and good le
gume hay will be stressed at the
meetings. Remodeling the barn
for better care and management
will also be discussed by Mr.
Farnham. Value of good bulls
will be touched on. Meetings will
be held as follows: Monday, 9:00
a. m„ Will Wood, Danbury com
munity; 11:00 a. m., Milk Sta
tion. Walnut Cove; 1:30 p. m., R.
jO. Shelton, Sandy Ridge and at
3:30 p. m., J. F. Joyce, Dillard
| Subjects for discussion at these
farms are remodeling barn for
the dairy herd trench silo, im
! proved herd sire and how to
feed the dairy cow.
Dehorning and how to do it
was demonstrated on the farm o;
A. T. St(«le last Monday after
noon. Five cows were dehorned.
It is not too late to treat peach
trees for borer control. It is
time to prune fruit trees. Let us
know if you want a demonstration
given in your orchard. Let's?
give more attention to our home
orchard next year and try spr.iy
' ing and pruning. We have bul
letins and other forms of instruc
tion free for you.
The county terracing unit is
: now working on the farm of J.
C. Handy near Sandy Ridge. The
need for erosion control is very
obvious. We all realize this fact
from sights we see along the
i roads every day.
J There is annually a loss of over
j three hundred million dollars due
jto erosion. If we are to have
'good crops we must prevent this
] erosion, and do something to im
prove our soil. One of the best
methods to improve soil and pre
| vent erosior is to plant more
! grass and legumes and keep moro
livestock to consume pasture anJ
jhay crops. We can also improve
I our soil by saving all the stable
manure and putting it on the
The winter months is the most
important time of the year io
take good care of livestock n 1.
poultry, because it is d :ri sg
these few months that prices are
the highest for their products.
By good care we mean proper
j shelter with plenty of bedding
I abundance of good legum
age supplemented with a good
''owe mixture of grain, and plen
:y of clean fresh water.
tones L Love, Flwtor.
Seooad Sunday. 11:09 a. m,
W>urth Bandar: t.«00 p. m.
Sunday Sofefol: 10:00 a. m.
PATTIE LOU ADKINS
DIES AT KING
STORK MAKES FIVE VISITS
AROUND KING—PETE SMITII
IS IMPROVING—OTHER KING
King. Dec. 12. Pattic Lou, the
six-month-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Cardell Adkiris, died at
their home on Depot street Sat-
Hi-ining following an at
tack of pneumonia
The funeral service which was
in ehi' rgo of He v. Paul Herman
Newsum, was conducted at the
home Sunday afternoon at 12:30
and burial was in Trinity ceme
J. M. Alley and John Beasley,
who hold positions at Fort Bragg
helping to erect new barracks
for the new army of draftees,
spent the week-end with their
The following patients under
went tonsil removal operations in
the Stone-Helsabeck Clinic last
week: Miss Elverne Redding of
Capella, Miss Fern Adele Denny
of Pilo Mtuontain and J. P. Mar
shall and Roney Marshall of
The King High divided a dou
ble-header basketball game with.
Griffith school in the King gym
nasium Friday night. The King
boys won their game while the
girls kst to Griffith.
W. G. Hendrix of the Donnaha
section was here Saturday look
ing after some business matters.
Spencer Slate of Winston-Salem
was among the visitors here Sat
. The stork makes the following
report for last week: to Mr. anJ
Mrs. Jessie Cox, a son; to Mr.
!and Mrs. Ernest McGee, a daugh
ter; to Mi. and Mrs. Worth West
moreland, a daughter; to Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Wilson, a daughter
and to Mr. and Mrs. Hobert (not
Herbert) Marshall, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Newsum,
Mrs. Annie Walker and Misses
Dorothy Law and Bobbie Leo
spent Saturday in Winston-Sal
The condition of Pete Smith,
who has been on the sick list at
his home on Depot street for
some time, is much improved his
friends will be pleased to learn.
The chicken and oyster supper
given here Saturday night by
the Ladies Aid of the Moravian
Church was a success. > »
i Cards received here announce
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Nathaniel
?' % r.l request the honour of your
presence at the marriage of their
daughter, Elizabeth Constance, to
Worth Hurley Franklin on Satur
day evening the fourteenth of
December at half after eight
o'clock, * Duke Utfvemty
Chapel, Durham, North Caroli
R. If. Greene of Walnut Cove
mm in tnwn Friday.
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