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J. li. Forrest of wu
here Vv'cai:esu...y. «ui*. turns. «v f
ports su.ne improvement in ti:>.
condition of rca.is in his to'.vn
W. M. Moore of La\.sonvil.v
was in tp.v.i Wednesday
4o some hgal rna;tc:s. Mr. Moji
and (i. L*. Muoie, have quaK'-ie .
as administrators to the estate >
the late \Y. C. M..on .
J. T. Vadeii of Fian.isco was i,.
town a short while Wednesday.
Chas. Arrington, justice of t'.-.
peace of Francisco, was in towr.
Saturday, accompanied by h'.
brother and wife. Gunner's Ma'
Thiril Class and Mis. Win. .1 .Ar
rington and daughter. 11 > *.j. •
Jano. Seaman Arlington, who i
sq i n iing a short while wit): C
nt Francisco. is onjoyi iv a 1"- 1
rt:rl . r.h Irora Mu :nt Ma."
rvin> ir. t'..e Euro; : a tl.eat
1!. : trr. i • I 'ri>.s .v. : - - *
Kun>; an p'is. Cl;:-s. ; s•» !
nnnt'.Kr hroihrr in the ser !■
who las FJ nt IL' r.vnths
Mash", with the Siahees. In !r.
spare tlr>> Chas. solicited hop. 1
purchases in the recent drive • •
the amount of $11,175.00. Y
he nr.:st be one of those patriot
Bis Creek citizens!
George Barr. County Game Pro
tector, of King, was her? to Jay.
P Kinjr Woman's Club
To Raise Money For
"March Of Dimes'
The Woman's Club of King met
recently in the of the presi
dent, Mrs. Joe E. Stone, Jr., tor
the regular monthly meeting, with
Mrs. J. Reid Jones and Mrs. Clint
During the business session the
club voted to contribute $5.00 TO
the SaWe Southall Cotton Loan
Fund and to sponsor the annua!
Educational Contest in the
School. As a means of raising
money for the Infantile Paralyse
Fund, members are to have ben
efit rook an.l bridge 1 arties i.«
their hor.HS. It was d.vided lu
sp'.iuor the Traveling Exhioilio.)
of M. C. Arli.-as and tic.* Cr at.,
Ai-i Conie.tt and inhibitions. Mrs
Clint Dillon, chairman ol the Ait
Dcpaitinetu, was appointed chair
man of a committee to plan for
the showing of tluse exhibits. A
membership diive is to be coil
ducted this month. Invitations- 1
and handbooks are to be mailed 11
prospective members. Mrs. New
ell Ncwsum was appointed chair
man of a committee to plan t!w
new Club Handbook. Mrs. Lelia
Moser was appointed chairman ol
a nominating committee.
The American Home Penan
ment with Mrs. Elmer Boyles ar
chairrmn, presented a most inter
| estir- program.
' A fruit course was served tr
the fallowing members: Mrs. Ral
ton Grifiin. Mrs. Newell Newsni" |
Mrs. M. F. Pavne, Mrs. P.ennH
Grifri-«. Mrs. Joe Stone. Mrs. El-|
mer Fovles, Miss Viola Tutt'.p ,
Mrs. Joe E. Stone, Jr.. Mrs. Rc;d,
Jones, Mrs. Clint Dillon.
QUEST _ ,
j V.-'h ?. t: I_i:c and the contraptions below have
\f co v/i'.h ?. Ic;crr.c:ive and tlio operation of a railroad?
?•* OTQ than ycu wcuii ever dream. *,? "
In tho Norfolk and Western Railway's modern, com- ' *1%%.
Jl-IJL.IIU4- j In 1943, the N. &'vV. had 42 »«cent freicjht loco*
pletely equipped physical and chemical laboratories, and , „ *
t i. t- u »u -i j• v ■ i , •• x . n motives than in 19io, but the better designed, easier to
in the held, the rai.road s chemists, physicists, metallur
, , . , . , . , maintain and more efficient locomotives of 1943 per
sists, and mechanical experts make approximately 30,000 *
x , ... formed an average of 33 percent more service, moved 58
scientific tests and analyses a year of nearly everything
, , . . . , percent more freight, hauled in better cars that msde 61 per
used by the railway the steel that goes into locomotives,
ji j iuii» ..* * . .. cent more mileage, at 60 percent faster freight train speed,
cars, rails, and bridges; concrete, ballast, paint, lubricating r
cilc, signals, brakes, draft gears, coal, and thousands of The Norfolk and Western, and other American rail
other items. The search for better materials, improved roads, are alert and awake to their opportunities. By con
facilities, better operating methods, and improved safety stant research, study, improvements, and enterprise, they
goes on day after day, year in and year out. What are the will continue to forge ahead when Victory is won —as the
results? Here's cne example: safest and most efficient transportation system in the world.
Army HospilaJ» nMd 22,000 WacM to s*rv» a* Mtdical Tech
nician*. WAC training in th* Medical Department affordt an
opportunity to prepare for an important poetwar job, while helping
oar wounded men back to useful civilian lit*. The need it urgent. i
Go to your nearest WAC recruiting station today.
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SANDY RIDGE NEWS
Sandy Ridge.—Pvt. Royce Hall
is at home on furlough. His moth
er is very ill.
Cpl. Bill Ziglar recently suem
a 30-day* furlough at his home
here. He has returned from over
seas service and reported tt? ®>»\
Bragg the 26th.
Pvt. Royce Hall, Ruth Hall. Ra
chel Hall, Paul Simmons and Mirf
Vaughn attended a dance at Mad
ison Thursday night.
Mrs. Watson Robertson and
baby, Dinah Ruth, are making
their home with Mrs. Daisy Hal!
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ferguson a son, Donnle Lee, be .a
THE DANBURY REPORTER. I ANBURY, NORTH CAROLINA. JANUARY 25, 1945
to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ferguson
of Winston-Salem a son, Dany
I Thomas: born to Mr. and Mrs.
Emmit Williams a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wood
spent Wednesday night in Mar
. tinsville, Va.
Mrs. Fred Woods and ch'.'.chvn
. arc spending a week with R. O.
We have been expecting Earlin
; Oakley and Lloyd Rhodes to get
married. We hope they make the
1 Mrs. Thalmer Hall has bee: l
; quite sick at her home but sho ii
! out again, we are glad to note.
Mrs. T. H. Ferguson has be?n
• right sick with flue, but is now
Mrs. Lincoln Brown has been
confined to her bed with illness.
Dean Martin, Paul Sheppard
Ephriam Knight and Junior Mar
tin visited at Madison Thursday
Memorial services for two Sandv
I>*-*i'e bo;.s killed in action will
be held at the Methodist Church
on the second Sunday night. Th-
Rev. T. G. Williams will d?li\vr
NORTH VIEW N;:WS
North View. Miss Pauline
Wood spent the week-end at her
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Young and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Jimmie, Mrs. Dillard Hole and
daughter, Carolyn, and Miss Mar
garet Fuleher visited .Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Young during the week
Miss Wylodyne Shelton spent
the week-end with Miss Amcr
1 Mrs. Dix Wood visited Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Wood Tuesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Younv
spent Sunday night with Mr. am!
Mrs. Charlie Moore.
Pvt. Paul Moorefield of For'
Bragg spent the week-end at hi
Misses Crystal and Grettie Ne'-
, son have returned from Stuart.
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Poultry School and
Egg Show To Be Feb. 12
On Monday, Feb. 12, there will
be an all-day poultry school ani
egg show in the Courthouse m
Danbury. C. F. Parrish of State
College will be in charge of the
At this meeting improved poul
try practices will be discussed
r.long with better feeding metlv
ods, culling, breeding and dia«
rases. Sometime during the daj
there will be an egg show. Prizes
will be awarded to persons exhib
iting the best eggs.
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