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Tlie Da nbury, Reporter
i:iued Fiiursdays at Danbury, N. C., ami entered at the Danbury
postoffice a# second claws matter, under act of Congress
N. i.. 1 upper, Editor & Publisher - - - E. V. Ptpper, Business Mgr.
•Ssfionaf *f*vo f Hsing Representative
lew York ; Chicago : Detroit : Atlanta s Phila.
'anbury, JNortii car., Thursday, Oct. 7, 1943.
Jj.FF RUTLEDGE IS AT HOME.
REV. ROBT. HELSABECK IN
WINSTON HOSPITAL FAR
MERS SMILING OVER 810
PRICES—DR. DRAKE COMES
Come reside in a real town and
you'll howl with satisfaction.
King, Oct. 7.—Newel Newsuni
has enlisted in the U. S. Navy
and will leave for actual duty Oc
tober 19. He has been given thi
rating of second class petty
Jeff Rutledge remains seriously
ill at his home on east Main St.
The following patients under
went tonsil removal operations
here last week: Mrs. Cicero Cro
mer of Mizpah, Donald Boyles or
Capella, Miss Norma Jean Butner
and Julius Rierson of Tobacco
ville, Miss Doris Jean Smith of
King and Mrs. John Bowman of
Rev. Robert Helsabeck is crit
ically ill in a Winston-Salme hos
The stork's report is light again I
I I Rationing I
A GASOLINE-KEROSENE-BOOK 4|
At the following time and place we will receive applications for |
issue New U A" Gasoline Coupons. Old kerosene blanks may I
be oresented for renewal at same time. Applications for "Book
4" a l so be filed. ' ■
PLEASE G > TO YOUR NEAI EST SCHOOL ON THE DATE I
SET BETOKEN 9A. M. AND 4P. M. TAKE WITH YOU THE
FOLLOWING. REQUIRED AND NECESSARY PAPERS: , I
(1.) Front Cover of Old "A" Book. M
m (2.) Tire Checking Record. -
I (3.) Auto Registration Card.
\ (4.)' Name and Age of Each Member of Family. -B
MON., OCT. 11: AT WALNUT COYE & PINE HALL SCHOOLS J
I TUE., OCT. 12: SANDY RIDGE & LAWSONVILLE SCHOOLS r|
WED., OCT. 13: AT FRANCISCO AND REYNOLDS SCHOOLS ■
THUR., OCT. 14: AT PINNACLE & GERMANTON SCHOOLS \M
FRI., OCT. 15: AT KING SCHOOL M
You Must Have "A" Book for Gasoline Before November 8. You I
Must Have Book 4 In Short Time. Save Gas and Tires by GOING I
TO NEAREST PLACE. IT IS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!
| Stokes County Rationing Bd. I
I this week. Here it is: to Mr.
land Mrs. Lonnie Long, a son; and
jto Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mickey, a
Billie Joe Ferguson of Davidson
College visited friends here over
Farmers in this section are
very busy preparing and market
ing their tobacco which iB bring
ing fancy prices. They all coma
back with a broad smile.
Recent real estate deals in and
around King: Mrs. Louis Talbert
to Thomas E. Smith a lot on east
Broad St.; E. P. Newsum to C.
T. McGee, a lot on Pilot Avenue;
Lenny Pulliam to R. W. Boles,
sixty acre farm; John Stewart,
heirs to Thomas G. New, three
acres in east lung; J". E. Stone
to Edwin White, twenty acn.
farm on Dan River Road.
Richard Stone, who is attend
ing college at Chapel Hill, spent
the week-end with his parents Dr.
and Mrs. G. E. Stone on west
Clade Tuttle and William Den
ny, planters of the Chestnut
Grove section, wer* among the
business visitors here Saturday.
J. Nat Roberts, "familiarly
THE DANBURY REPORTER
1 'COVE PERSONALS
Walnut Cove. — Martin Luther
Mitchell, William Smith and Tom
mie Gibson were home for the
we:lt end from Cedar Point, Ml
Seaman Second Class Vance
Smith is at home here for a visit.
Miss Julia Pepper, who
at Asheboro, was at home foi
Miss Marian Fulton left Friday
for Washington, D. C., where she
I has accepted a positibn with the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
l' Mrs. J. L. Mitchell has returned
from an extended visit in Florida,
j Bill Marshall, U. S: Navy, sta
tioned at Bainbridge, Md„ is ex
pected home during the week-end.
Mrs. Doris Richardson and Lin
da Ruth Sherard of Greensboro
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Heath.
Mrs. Dewey Rothrock and chil
dren of Winston-Salem spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E.
known here as "Dr. Drake" of
Dalton community, was among
the business visitors here Satur
And that's the news from here.
Send in your news it
ems to the Reporter;
news of your son in the
service, parties, illness
—anything* about your i
At Reasonable Prioes
OSCAR W. SMITH, Pharmacist I
SMITH DRUG CO
Pilot Mta., N. C.
VADE MECUM NEWS
' V ' /••• !>
rf : v i
Vade Mecum. *$- Sgt Hughe*
Hall, of the U. £s. Ariny, is spend-1
ing a furlough with his parents,'
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall of Vade
• | Private Glenn Frye of the U. S.
; ; Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walt
er Frye, recently spent a fur
lough with his wife and parents.
Misses Isabel, Annie Ruth
Young, Billie Tucker and Thelnm
Lawson spent the past week-end
vtih Lucille and Evelyn Vaden.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Simmons
and family visited Mrs. Hesste
Among those visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Will Murphy the past week
end were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bag-1
gette and family of Walkertownj
ana Mrs. Emma Hall of Critz, Va.'
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Vaden via
ited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frye'
Mrs. Ed Willard and daughter,
Otelia, and Mrs. Sam Smith visit. 1
ed their father, Reid Mabe of
Randolph county last week.
Mrs. Homer Boyles and Cleo
Hall are visiting their brother,
Private First Class Richard Hali.
stationed in Arkansas.
ROUTE ONE ITEMS
Danbury, Route 1. Private
I First Class Paul John Priddy,
.who entere dthe army on Decem
jber 18, 1942, was recently pro
moted to his present rating He
is stationed at Camp McCoy, Wis.
Misa Virginia Priddy of Mayo
dan and Miss Polly Reid of Wal
nut Cove, spent the ' week-en
with Misses Gertie Nancy Priddy.
Miss Margaret Shelton spent
Saturday night with Miss Wilmr
Priddy and Sunday night with
Miss Margaret Shelton on Dan
bury, Route 1.
WANTED Tenant for 2-honM>
who can furnish stock &
tools. Land In good condition,
table for grain & tobacco.
Tobacco allotment 3.4110 acres.
Rve miles from Stokes line,
near village of Bethania. A
real opportunity If interested.
Must hear at once
MBS. E. T. KAPP,
Bethania, N. C.
You Are Always Welcome
To Visit the
Nelson Funeral Home
At Any Time
AT FIRST . .
6*6 TABLETS. SALVt. mt MOPS
[M. S C. Beauty Shoppe
511 1-2 N. Liberty St, j'
Winston-Sale jh, N. C.
Dial 9124 for Appointment o
$3.00 to $12.50
Machine Permanents $2.50 to sl2
Shampoo & Finger Wave. .75 •.
SAVE HEBE AND BUY WAB
BONDS & STAMPS
"JAKE" CROTTS, Mgr. ,
Li • NE WS |
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By MRS. E. G. LAWSON
Lawsor.villo. —Mrs. Nell Carroll
of Kin v spent a short while here
Thursday. She statpj tr.r.t her
sister, Annie, had been slight J
injured in a bus wreck at N|oi|
folk, Va., but was improvini^jit^
Pvt. E. G. Lawson, Jr., has
fied his parents that he has ar
rived safely in England. He say-)
St is a beautiful place and that he
likes it fine.
Mrs. E. G. Lawson, Mr. and
Cecil Stevens, Mrs. Will
Stevens, Ealine and Margaret
Stevens, Mrs. Louise Rodgera
spent last Friday in Winston-Sa
j Sergeant Hampton Lawson, who
has been stationed at Camp
j Wheeler, Ga. ( has been transfer
red to Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Corns,
and Mrs. John Lawson went to
Clyde Lawson is spending a
From where I sit.
1 Grandma Hosklni lot -Just as It was written la the'
about blatory-but when we Mayflower's log.
asked her whwa the first brew- iind It seems that aU through 1
Tf mi built in Aioaria. she our early American history beer j
■ jrouldnt take sides. sort of tempered the hardships
► "Ten see," says Gniilai, and helped to make us a toler- I
j "wherever the colonists settled, ant, moderate people. i
«ae oI the int M»p they Vna where I ait, beer Is the ,
thought abosrt was toed and beer America* drink of moderation
|... In fart, one NSM wbg the nd frtendlineae-ldnd of a ayse-
Pilgrims landed at Vtmonth fctf Q« gar personal liberty.
, Bock was because the Magflow.
.er was rnnnln* short of beer." /") /)
► Well, that too* a new one on J*yO£ "taAAJ?
, us. but Grandma showed It to us 6/
0 IMS, SMWINO INDUSniY FOUNDATION. North Carolina Commit**
fdgsr M. lata), Stat* Okwtor. 606-607 lnwronc* SMg, iUl.igh, N. C
We give your
Buy War Bonds „WHh the Savings
Made at Out*-Place
6. D. Kill, Safe's Manapr
I J. urn
Horse M title (o.
Pilot Mouoiain, N. C.
ThursdaMHt. 7, 1943.
furlough folks here.
met VVednesday €
'«HHRth Mrs. J. W. Lackey,
rfsa Benton, the home ag-
t. 'i he dcrnonstra
■HPwas or canning meat in
JHBssure cookers. Two contest)
I were held, with Mrs. O. E. Smith
land Mrs. Hess Robertson the win
ner. Those present were: Mes
! dames O. E. Smith, T. N. Tuttle,
E. G. Lawson, R. G. Thomas, Ed-
Win Neal, R. A. Robertson, B. O.
Sheppard, Z. R. Sheppard, W. H.
Moore, R. A. Martin, and the hos
tess, Mrs. W. J. Lackey. The fol- A
lowing new members joined the
club: Mrs. Ann Woodall, Mrs.
Denny, and Miss Montgomery.^
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess, assisted by
Mrs. E. G. Lawson and Mrs.
R. A. Robertson. The November
meeting will be held with Mrs.
W. H. Moore at her home.