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THE DANBURY REPORTER
OPEN AUGUST 26;
PRINCIPALS TO MEET HERE
j 24 COUNTY-WIDE TEACH
i ERS* MEETING 25
The 1943-44 term of Stokes
county schools will commence
Thursday, August 26, according
to an announcement made today
by Superintendent of Stokes
Schools J. C. Carson.
On Tuesday before the opening,
the pricipals of the schools will
meet here at which time the bus
drivers will receive instructions
and be assigned buses for the
year. A county-wide teacher's
meeting will be held on the fol
lowing Wednesday, and the term
will begin on Thursday. The first
day will be devoted largely io
Tlie list of teachers follows:
WALNI'T COM; SCHOOL
R. M. Greene, principal:
R- T. Vernon
Mrs. Georgia Hylton
Mrs. Jessie Ainsley
W. H. Johnson
Annie Kate Neal
Mrs. Maynie Neal
Mrs. Alice Green r .
Elizabeth Goode \
Mrs. Elizabeth Neal - *• '
Mrs. Mildred Carroll Cromer.
Mrs. Jean Ray
Mary Vaughn Lewellyn
Mary Neal, principal;
Mrs. Blanche Hall
Mrs. Janie Cofer.
Mrs. Edna Neal, principal;
Mrs. Iris Bowles
Mrs. Henrietta Southern.
Mrs. Nannie Tuttle
James A". Stanley, principal;
Mrs. Annie Owens
Mrs. Frances Martin
Mrs. Virginia Hart
Mrs. James A. Stanley .
Mrs. Permelia Davenport
Mrs. Alice Smith Turker
Mrs. Lillian Mabe Smith
j FRANCISCO SCHOOL
J. D. Parker, principal:
\ Lloyd Collins
Mi> Lillian Parker
R. M. Hundley
Annie 3. Smith " ' •
Mrs. Jenny Tucker
Mrs. Blanche Wagoner Cook
Irene Edith Hill
Mro. Moiells Francis
Mrs. R. M. Hundley.
1 R. G. Thomas, principal;
2 Rumell Sisk
Mrs. Sadie Kallam
Mrs. Annie M. Woodall
Mrs. Ruth Tucker
3 Mrs. Agnes Tucker
e Mrs. Martha Spainhour
I Mrs. Trudie Lawson
Y Mrs. Emily Smith
s Mrs. Margaret Fulk Denny.
SANDY RIDGE SCHOOL
R. J. Gibson, principal;
1 C. IT. Darr
s Mrs. Alice Darr
s Mary Ayers
c j Warford Spencer
s I Mrs. Edith Hill
- j Mrs. Annie Lawson
i Thelma G. Clark
t i Mrs. Fairy Redmond Ayers
o Mrs. Sada Hutchcrecn
Mrs. Demris G. Simmer
Mrs. Winnie Zi,, j"
J.lrs. Eva A. SiioTk'cv
; Mrs. Bessie D:;* -(!y
Mrs. Evelvn Wall
PINE HALL SCHOOL
R. J. Smitherman, principal;
Mrs. Louise Byerly
Mrs. Ruth Walsh
Kathleen Adkins ' *
W. C. Tuttle, principal;
Mrs. Juanita Wood
L. S. McDonald, principal;
Mrs. Pearl McDonald
Mrs. Edith Whicker Roberts
Mrs. Thelma Westmoreland
MrsT "Francis H. Beck
C. M. Felts, principal;
Mrs. Pauline H. Duncan
A. E. Garner
Mrs. Erlene Griffin
• .1 *
Mrs. S. B. Brandon
C. Amy Moore l
S. B. Brandon ,» •'
Dolly E. White
Rebecca Rains ;
Mrs. Ethel Spencer Moore
Mrs. Evelyn Turner Lawson
Mrs. Frances Kiser
Mrs. Dorothy Jones .
I Ethel Sprinkle
Mrs. Randie Lewis, principal:
HAW POND SCHOOL
Mrs. Eva Johnson.
O. T. ITcal, principal;
Danbury, N. C., Thursday, August 5, 1943 * *
TO BE DELIVERED
IN NEXT 10 DAYS
Tobacco marketing cards ate
being prepared for delivery in the
Triple-A office here and will be
mailed or delivered to the farm
ers within the next ten days.
Growers are urged not to come
to the office for their cards.
Local Attys. Attend
Bar Meeting Saturday
Attorneys Ralph J. Scott, A 1 J.
; Ellington and \V. G. Pctree and ,
R. L. smith and Ed M. Taylor at- j
tended the annual meeting of the ,
21st Judicial District Bar Asso
ciation at Yanceyvillc Inst Satur
Hon. John H. Folger made th?
piincipnl address, his subject tK 1 -
ing "Doings of U. S. Congress."
! Attorney A! Eilingt .-n of Din
bury wig .-•-.■ d preri'.le;.! of the
A.«r>eint:r:i. He wan fomc:ly
ft ret; ry-i: i .•••ur; , i.
The next meeting will be held
in Stokes county.
Baptists To Hold
Revival Here Beginning
4th Sunday In August
Rev. C. VV. Davenport, pastor
of the Danbury Baptist Church,
has announced that a revival will
begin at his church the fourth
Sunday in August at 8:30 o'clock.
He will be assisted by the Rev.
T. L. Lawrence of Winston-Salem,
missionary of the Pilot Mountain
Rites Held For
William H. Hill
Funeral services for William H.
( Hill, aged 66, of Walnut Cow.
j who died Saturday morning, were
;held at Rosebud Christian Church,
j Elder W. J. Brown and Rev. J. I-
Manuel conducted the service.'.
| Burial was in the church grave
Surviving are the widow; six
daughters, four sons, three broth
ers and one sister.
Indian Convict Escapes
And Is Recaptured
While engaged in highway work
'near Percy * i .refield's in Snow
Creek townsh.p Monday, one of
the Incii'. invictg made his es
cape fr. i squad. Later iic
•was recar .a. vd at Walnut Cov?
Iby Special Deputy Carl Ray.
Julia B. Mil'er
Mrs. Ezra Zimmerman ,■ I
W. D. Rierson
j Mrs. Ellie Boyles
Mrs. Christine Bingham
Mrs. Tom Frank Hauser.
Mrs. Grace Coon
There are approximately ten
| vacancic3 yet to be filled
Coxswain Harvey Guy Tedder,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tedder
of King, has been recently pro
moted to his present rating. He
entered the navy January 22,
1943 and received his basic train
ing at Bainfcride, Md.
Sergeant James Wilbur Forrest,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. For
rest, of Francisco, has recently
; been promoted to his present rat-
I ing. He is now stationed at
Camp Polk, La.
Corporal Pc3ey G. Boyles, son
l of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Boyles
of Kin;_. h 3 been promoted to
his present latin;.. He entered
Iho air.;., on February 27, 1912. '
COl IK . ' J„iin R. Carter, sv.
of 7~". Mrs. John W. Cat'.'
o" I Hull, ha.- '.'.'ill I'to.'ioti.d
to his i::vs ::t rutins. He entered
the army in December, 1942, an i
lis now stationed at Los Anjrele*.'
j Private First Class Raymond:
! Smith, son of Tommie Smith of
j Danbury, has been promoted to
his present status. He entered'
| the army in November, 1942 and '
is now stationed at Camp Adair,
( Private First Class Jessie 0. j
i Dillon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
I Dillon of Walnut Cove, Route 2,1
has been promoted to his present
| rating. He enteied the army
I June 15, 1942, trained at Canri
. Blanding, Florida, and i s now st'i
. tioned at Camp Forrest, Tenn.
Sergeant Robert Johnson, son
of Mrs. C. O. Boyle.- and the lav
. Wiley Johnson of King, has been
• promoted to his present ratine
and is stationed in England. H •
: entered the army May 16, 19-12,
ar.d trained at Fort Monmouth,
Corporal Vance Kiser, son o!
Mr. and Mrs. O. Fr. Kiser of King, j
I has been promoted to his present
.rating. He entered the army i..
(July, 19-12, trained ;it Fort Siii, 1
Oklahoma and i s now stntionc 1
in New Guinea.
Sergeant Ray \l. Sisk, son
Mr. and Mrs A. G. Sisk if Da: - -
!bury, has recently been promoted
,to his present rating. He enter-1
jed the army January 11, 1943.'
'and is now stationed at Camp ;
Paul Lee Smith of Walnut
Cove, aged 17, recently er.listea
in Hie navy at Winston-Salem.
It is reported that John L. Christian, of
Pinnacle, was injured Friday morning while
o\ crating a tractor.
Two Seriously Injured; Occupants
From Surry County Other
Personals From King
Message to airplane crews:
When in Rome do as the Romans i
King, August s.—An automo
bile in which four young me n 1
were traveling wrecked when
they attempted to pass an ci!
truck on the Lakes-to-Florida
highway near the Solomon He!-
■ sabeck farm two mile- east of
i town Saturday i ight. Two of
! the men seemed to be K-rio ;>'.»■
I " ;
j injured and were rushed to a
Winston-Salem hospital. The >?!-
er two received minor injurlt -
The names of the occupants co..M ,
'not immediately !)•• leatnel :
tiiey wi iv said tit be from '.i.c
i>obson stcti n oi Surry count*,*.
The ear was eonij ietcly iici;io!:.-
Attorney Dallas C. Kirly
Danbury was here Thursday lo •!:
ing after some legal matters. ,
I Mack Kirby underwent a minor
operation in the Stone-Helsabe'.k.
Clinic Monday. He is improving.'
Mrs. J. H. King and children of 1
I New Bern are spending a few j
days here the guests of Dr. and J
Mrs. G. E. Stone on west Main
Joe New of the U. S. Navy,
stationed at Washington, D. C, ,
■ was at home over the week-end. i
W. B. Sprinkle, leaf dealer, lc-'t ,
Monday for the Chadbourn tobac- j
jco market. Mr. Sprinkle will buy
weed on the Chadbourn markit
L. • 1
1 tins season.
! Dale, the small son of Vv. ami ,
j Mrs. P. H. Newsum, stepped or- a
| piece of glass while grazing J.it ,
;oat Thursday, inflicting a won : :
! , I
1 which required ten stitches to
I sew up.
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Hclsabe k ;
have returned from New Yov k 1
i city where they attended tin
1 graduation of their son, William
:in a naval medical school.
Crow McGee has returned 'Yon*
I Pinnacle where he spent n few I
days Willi hi. s grandparents. Mi
ar.d Mis. William McGee.
1 William Earl Boles of the ! .
Navy, stationed at Bainbn.-:.'
| Maryland has been promoted ij|
•*-LaiiK n st.TonU
The stork's report is light th.:=
.week: to Mr. and Mrs. Gorre '
| Douglas, a son. and to Mr. an :
I Mrs. John William Whicker,
Planters In this section p\,
very busy priming and curing •
, tobacco. Good cures are bein :• '
| made this year.
And that's the news from heie 1
S. P. Christian visited Thomas
, ville last week. .• 1
1 - • . - AT .JL* .
* * * Number 3,71K,
MORE BOYS LEAVE ,
FOR CAMP CROFT
ON AUGUST 11
The following group of Stokea
I county boys arc called for indue*
tion August 11, and will go to
Camp Croft, South Carolina: ,
; Elijah Alonzo Hicks, King j
j Claude Cecil Amos, Sandy
Luther Oakley Baker, King *
J Edward Alton Slawter, Pin
Elliott Theodore Xunn, West*
i William Gentry Christian, Pin*
John Kclley Sisk, Linvsonvillo,
Ktn::"'h llarvel 1 licks, Rural
t i: 11 •
I- Sm th. l. iw.sonvilly
* I ■ "•k lluul.i !*, Fninci.s-
Wii .. li. , •■II ,1 I; ,„,1 ~ 11(
• : i f: I I •.w.ihu-
C• l ' Si:.us- , King
I- 1 ■' yne Christian, West
Ernie Braxton Lawson, Law
; Ernest Cornelius Miller, Wal«
| nut Cove f
j James H. Mays, Sandy Ridge
Carl Alvin Hinsdale, Walnut
Dennis Edgar Slate, King '
Hassell Taylor Hall, Sandy
| J. Van Sandy, Walnut Cove i
Jesse James Bullins, Walnut
Charlie Curtis Collins, Walnut
Troy Wilson Collins, Lawsou
(iiaily Wilson Kisir, German
Gilbert Dewey Moon field, Dor.-
| William Ralph Roberts, Pine
Harold Edward Jones, Pinnacle
Thomas Jackson Brown, Dan
but v 91,. j.,,
I Franklin Eugene Cromer, Rurai
Richard Arnold Jecords. Gor,
. Junes C.ist.i.her Duggins,
S unuvl Ak M inder, Moir, Jr.,
. '*(• ,
| J>>hi:nio L:in:on Simpson, M:ill
Sa. : fo!l r.,c IMn«'f..y, Sandy
, Jtmnne Wallace Gridi'i, Sandy
Ernest i 011:1 rd Bennett,
'!'• . :vs Arthur Cardwell, Jr,
Earlie Mcßay McHone, Fran
Roy Thomas George, Francisco
William Marshall, (V), Walnut