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Mrs. John Reich of this City
Honored In States ville
Mrs. John Reich of this city, bride
of the early summer, was feted at a
charming bridge-luncheon given
Wednesday by Mrs. Jack Dillon, at
her home in Statesvllle. Luncheon
was served at noon and an enjoyable
game of bridge was played after
ward. Mrs. Reich received a piece
of silver in her wedding pattern as
guest of honor. Others from this
city enjoying Mrs. Dillon's hospital
ity, were: Mrs. E. F. McNeer, Mrs.
Alden Hunt and Miss Ruth Gwyn.
Eight of Clubs Meets With Miss
Miss Ruth Gwyn delightfully en
tertained the members of the Eight
of Clubs Bridge Club at the regular
bi-monthly meeting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. E. G. Click, on Cir
cle Court Tuesday evening. Lovely
summer flowers were used in the
living room, where two tables were
placed for the games. Mrs. Thomas
Roth made the highest score during
the progressions and was given a
lovely souvenir. Miss Josephine
Gorham received a similar prize as
Methodist Circles to Meet Friday
The circles of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Methodist
church will meet Friday afternoon
ifa the following homes:
Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs.
C. N. Bodenheimer, at her home on
Elk Spur street; Circle No. 2 will
meet with Mrs. H. P. Graham, at her
home on Gwyn Avenue and Circle
No. 3 will meet with Mtb. Fred Col
hard at her home on Gwyn Avenue.
Circle No. 4 will meet this even
ing (Thursday) with Mesdames Ed
win Harris and Jones Holcomb, at
their home on Bridge street.
Mlhs Greenwood Two-Four Club
Miss Maude Greenwood entertain
ed the members of the Two-Four
Bridge club at a most delightful
meeting at her home on Bridge
street Thursday. The guests were
Invited for luncheon, which was
served at one o'clock. During the
afternoon bridge was played at two
tables. Mrs. James Poindexter
scored highest in the progressions
and was awarded a Maderia card
Those enjoying the hospitality of
One-Horse Wagons, 910.00 and 815.-
00. Surry Hardware Co.
For Kale—Jersey Cow and her first
calf. Calf four days old. See
Dr. W. R. Wellborn. 6-8
Grain Cradles that save the grain.—
Surry Hardware Co.
Boys! Free! 27-inning Baseball
for selling 12 packages of needles
at 25c. Apply for sample at Cass
tevens Hardware Co. lt-c.
For Rent—One four-room apartment
and one three-room apartment
furnished or unfurnished. Rea
sonable rates. Apply Mrs. R. L.
Poindexter, West Main street,
Telephone 85. 6-8 c
Buy now and save money, later you
will pay more. Surry Hardware
For Sale—One 1020 model Ford
pick-up, open cab; One 1931 Ford
pick-up, closed cab, at a bargain.
Jones Holcomb. tfc.
Bean Beetle Spray.—Hurry Hard
"McCorniiek-Deering" binder twine
is best. 35c per ball, cash. Surry
We have plenty of Good
Stove Wood, $2.25 per
load. Can give prompt
delivery. Elkin Furni
ture Co. 6-15 c
92 acres on No. 20 Highway, seven
miles northwest of Elkin. 80
acres level land. 20 acres pas
ture. Some branch meadow land,
20 to 30 acres good timber land.
A splendid 7 room home painted.
Branch running through farm.
Convenient to church and school.
BUB runs by the front door. Can
be bought at a real bargain with
26 acres, 1-4 mile of State Highway
No. 26. No buildings. 8 miles
north of Elkin. A good buy at
$l5O Cash, $l5O in one and two
12 acres on State Highway No. 26
S miles north of Elkin; 6-room
home, 4 rooms not finished, good
well in yard, near church and
school. A real value to be bought
in this property. Good terms.
Miss Greenwood were: Mesdames
B. E. Pulliam, James Poindexter, E.
C. Orier, Ruohs Pyron, Albert Bryan,
Eugene Spalnhour and Errol Hayes.
Mrs. Reich Hostess at Bridge-
One of the loveliest parties of the
past week was on Thursday morning
when Mrs. John Reich entertained
at a bridge-luncheon at her home on
Church street. Bridge was played
from 10 until 1 o'clock; when a
beautifully appointed luncheon was
served from the buffet. A color
scheme of yellow and pink was car
ried out in detail in the appoint
Mrs. Alden Hunt and Mrs. Alex
Chatham were awarded attractive
gifts for high and low scores at the
conclusion of the play. Mrs. E. G.
Click and Mrs. W. R. Wellborn
were additional guests for luncheon
and Mrs. Click drew a box of dust
Those playing bridge were Mrs.
Carl Poindexter, Mrs. R. B. Harrell,
Miss Ruth Gwyn, Miss Sarah Click,
Mrs. Alden Hunt, Mrs. R. L. Wil
moth, Mrs. Alex Chatham and Mrs.
R. G. Smith.
Dr. and Mrs. Harrell Entertain
Fortnightly Bridge Club
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Harrell delight
fully entertained the members of the
Fortnightly Bridge Club and several
additional guests at their home on
West Main street Thursday evening.
Lovely larkspur and roses made a
pretty setting for the three tables,
which were placed for the games.
Miss Sadie Franklin received the
high score prize, a hand-painted pic
ture, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter R.
Schaff received the grand high
score award, a lovely vase.
When the cards were removed a
tempting refreshment course was
The following members were pres
ent: Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Allen, Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Armfield, Mrs. Walter
R. Schaff and Dr. and Mrs. Harrell.
Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Poindexter and Miss Sadie
Mary Hale Honored On Twelfth
Honoring her daughter, Mary, on
her twelfth birthday anniversary,
Mrs. W. S. Sale entertained at a de
lightful party at her home on
Bridge street Friday afternoon from
three-thirty until five-thirty. Hearts
were played at four tables. Rosa
mond Neaves scored highest in the
games and was given an attractive
souvenir. Elizabeth McNeil received
a similar gift as booby prize.
When the games were fnished the
guests were invited into the dining
room where they were served a
prettily appointed ice course with
cake. An attractive birthday scene
was effected with garden flowers
and a cake bearing twelve lighted
candles. Favors were birthday can
The guests were Elizabeth Mc-
Neil, Betty Lou Evans, Edwina
Lawrence, Harvison Smith, Helen
Finney, Peggy Royall, Lena Sale,
Sarah Lee Griffeth, Mary and Fran
ces Crater, Joe and Jerry Barker,
Betsy and Nancy Mosley, Rosamond
Neaves, Betty Armfield and the
Elkin Valley Garden dub Meets
With Mrs. J. H. Beeson
Mrs. J. H. Beeson was hostess to
the Yadkin Valley Gardfcp Club at
one of the most enjoyable meetings
since the club was organized, at her
home on West Main street Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. W. W. Whitaker.
club president, presided over the
brief business session, at which time
the new year books were distrib
uted. The program on "Natural
Gardens of North Carolina" was un
der the direction of Mrs. J. S. Atkin
son. Mrs. George Royall described
the grass sedge bogs in Pender
county and Mrs. Atkinson gave a
descriptive sketch of the unrivaled
beauty of the great forests of the
North Carolina mountains. As a
final number Mrs. E. G. Click and
Mrs. E. F. McNeer sang "The Old
At the conclusion of the program
the guests were served a two course
supper on the lawn, overlooking
the garden of the hostess.
Club members present were Mes
dames J. S. Atkinson, W. W. Whit
aker, George Royall, E. G. Click.
W. R. Wellborn, Mason Llllard, H.
P. Graham, Worth Graham, R. L.
Harris and H. C. Salmons. Addi
tional guests were Mrs. George Wil
son, Mrs. Van Dillon, Mrs. A. L.
Griffeth and Mrs. T. W. Church of
E. H. S. Seniors Feted at Many
The members of the graduating
class of Elkin High School, who re
ceived their diplomas on Tuesday
evening, have been the guests of
honor at many social fetes during
the past week.
On Wednesday evening Miss Thor
burn Li Hard entertained for them
THE BLKfN TttnUTNIS. WTJCfN. NORTH CAROLINA
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There will be many more to follow
before bleak October winds 'blow,
but here is tbe first bathing beauty
winner of the 1933 season. She is Miss
Laura Hover, of Santa Monica,
Calif., who annexed a beautiful cup
her first time out in a bathing beauty
parade at Deauville Club at Santa
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Lillard, on Gwyn Ave
nue. Attractive prizes were award
ed Miss Mary Virginia Barker, a
member of the faculty and , Sam
Neaves, a class member, in drawing
for prizes at the close of the games.
On Thursday afternoon Miss Mary
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Elizabeth Harris entertained at a
lawn party at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Harris, on
West street. The entertaining
hours were from 4:30 until 6:30.
On Friday evening little Miss
dynthla Allen and Harry Johnson,
Jr., class mascots, entertained at
the home of the latter's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Johnson.
Monday evening they were the
guests of Abernethy's Pharmacy
immediately following the Class
Day program at the school auditor
ium. A color scheihe of blue and
gold was carried out with lovely
blue delphinium and yellow poppies.
Sundaes, cakes and salted nuts were
served. Miss Margaret Sale drew a
memo book and Fred Colhard a
Shaeffer pencil in a contest for the
prizes. The class mascots were given
boxes of candy.
Miss Panl Honors Guest and Bride at
Honoring her house-guest. Miss
Louise McDearman, of Rocky Mount,
and Mrs. John Reich, a bride of the
summer. Miss Josephine Paul enter
tained at a lovely party at her home
on Terrace Avenue Tuesday after
noon. Bridge was played at five
tables. Pink and crimson rambler
roses and larkspur were used in the
Mrs. Thomas Roth received a pair
of red hob nail vases for making the
highest score during the games and
Miss Edith Neaves received a red
leather compact as consolation. Miss
McDearman was given a compact and
Mrs. Reich a piece of linen as guests
of honor. Miss Tuttle Perry, of Can
ton, guest of Mrs. J. N. Freeman
and Miss Josephine Gorham, of
Rocky Mount, guest of Mrs. Albert
Bryan, were given linen handker
A salad course followed by a
sweet course was served at the con
clusion of the play.
Those making up the tables were:
Miss McDearman, Mrs. Reich, Mrs.
Thomas. Roth, Mrs." Edwin Harris,
Miss Ruth Gwyn, Miss Elizabeth
Turner, Mrs. Alden Hunt, Mrs. Lo
rene Snow Whitaker, Mrs. Robert
James, Miss Sarah Click, Mrs.
Claude Farrell, Miss Josephine Gor
ham, Miss Mary Virginia Barker,
Mrs. J. N. Freeman, Miss Tuttle Per-
Mr*. T. J. Preaton, Jr., formerly
Mrs. Grower Cleveland, wife of the
23rd President of the U. fk, has for
the •eventh time been elected presi
dent of the Needlework Guild of
Tom Mooney Today
Tom Mooney, after serrlag years
in Ban Quentin prison, saw his first
'' outside'' sunshine a few days ago,
as shown here, when taken to Baa
Francisco to be tried on an old mur
ry, Miss Edith Neaves, Mrs. Clyde
Eller, Miss Sarah McCracken, Mrs.
R. B. Harrell and Mrs. Walter R.
Schaff. Additional guests coming in
for refreshments were: Miss Mar
garet Lillard, Miss Mary Robinson
Smith and Miss Olivia Abernethy.
Thoradmy, Jane 1, 1933
Dobeon Woman's Club In Final
' Meeting of Club Year
The Dobson Woman's Club met
Thursday evening at the club house
with a 99 per cent membership at
tendance. This was the final meet
ing of the club year, the meetings
to be resumed in September. The
feature of the meeting was a ban
The club house was transformed
into a bower of spring flowers. The
tables, placed in T shape, were ex
tremely colorful and beautiful. The
centerpiece was a Maypole sur
rounded by miniature dolls and rain
bow ribbons. Gorgeous roses graced
the long tables at intervals and
small bouquets of ragged robbins
were attached to the place cards.
Covers were placed for forty-one
The meeting opened with prayer
by Mrs. G. E. Mock, which was fol
lowed by the club song and collect.
The president, Miss Emma Comer,
presided over the meeting, and gave
and interesting report of the State
Federation meeting recently held in
Raleigh. Mrs. W. E. Reld gave a
report of the social festivities of the
A solo, "Lttle Brown Bird", by
Mrs. M. A. Lewis and a musical
reading by Mrs. W. J. Thore, ac
companied by Miss Georgia Fulk,
were well received.
One new member, Mrs. Rosa Book
er, was added to the club roll.
Final reports for the year were
given by the secretary and treasurer.
Funds in the amount of $423.80
have been raised by the club during
the year and expended for civic im
provements in the surrounding com
Old-Time Singing To
Be Held at Harmony
There will be an old-time singers'
meeting at Harmony, Sunday, June
4th. The services will begin at
9:30 and continue through the day.
The old Christian Harmony song
book will be used. Special quar
tettes by various singers will be the
feature of the day's entertainment.
Everyone is most cordially invited
to attend, especially those that like
the old time songs.