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Thursday, June 1, 1933
Dr. R. R. Garvey of Winston-Sa
lem, was a business visitor here
Billy Dortch of Winston-Salem,
•was the guest last week of his broth
er, Gavin Dortch, at his home here.
Mrs. Fred Colhard and Miss Ethel
Gilliam spent Monday in Winston-
Mrs. Herbert H. Stevens and Mrs.
Charlotte Stevens spent Monday in
J. S. Atkinson spent Wednesday
in Chapel Hill and Hillsboro, attend
to business matters.
Mrs. Earl Ellis and children of
Clayton, are the guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bailey, at
their home on Gwyn Avenue.
Miss Sarah Reich of Greensboro,
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Van Poindexter, at their home
on Gwyn Avenue.
Miss Sue Byrd returned Sunday
from Greensboro, where she spent
last week the guest of Misses Mattie
and Pamelia Byrd.
Miss Pauline Church of Roaring
River, was the guest the latter part
of the week of Miss Ruth Atkinson
at her home on West Main street.
Miss Pearl Michael of Kerners
ville, is the guest this week of her
sister, Mrs. H. C. Salmons, at her
home on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Shugart and
little grandson, Buddy Shugart,
spent Sunday in Mt. Airy, the guests
of relatives and friends.
Miss Mary Louise McDearman, of
Rocky Mount, is the attractive guest
of Miss Josephine Paul at her home
on Terrace Avenue.
Friends of Rev. L. B. Abernethy
will regret to know that he is ill in
Hugh Chatham Memorial hospital
B. C. Brown, of Troy, spe.it Thurs
day and Friday of last week in
Jonesville, the guest of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown.
Paul Brown, of Atlanta, Georgia,
and Eugene Smith, of Dunn, are
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mason Lillard, on Gwyn avenue.
Mrs. C. S. Brewer and son, Bob,
of Hendreson, spent the latter part
of last week the guest of her son,
C. H. Brewer, and Mrs. Brewer, at
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rose of
Christiansburg, Va„ were the Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Whitener, at their home on Market
E. W. McDaniel, of McDaniel's De
partment store, was called to his
home in Fairmont the first of the
week due to the serious illness of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chatham, Mrs.
Raymond Chatham and little son,
Tommy, spent Sunday in Winston-
Salem, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Motsinger.
Mrs. B. E. Pulliam and Mrs. J. R.
Poindexter returned the latter part
of the week from a ten days visit
to friends at Wilkes Barre, Pa., and
Mrs. T. W. Church of Winston-
Salem, spent last week here the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sal
mons, the former her brother, at
their home on Church street.
Miss Ruth Atkinson is spending
this week in Raleigh, the guest of
her sister, Miss Anna Atkinson. She
was accompanied by Miss Pauline
Church, of Roaring River.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Holcomb
moved the early part of the week
from their apartment to the home
recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Guyer, on West Main street.
Miss Minnie Ruth McNeill, stu
dent at Meredith College, Raleigh,
arrived here Monday to spend the
summer vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNeill.
Mr. and Mra. J. Ellas Tharpe and
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell, of Statesvllle,
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Tharpe, at their home on
Mrs. Herbert H. Stevens had as
her guests Wednesday at her home
on Gwyn Avenue, Mrs. George For
ester, of North Wllkesboro and Mrs.
Eugene Poe, of Lenoir.
Mrs. Edgar Vaughn will leave to
day for her home In Winston-Salem
after a week's visit to Mrs. Hardin
Graham, at her home on Terrrace
Miss Barbara Weir arrived home
Monday from Clinton, where she
was a member of the faculty of the
city schools, to spend the summer
with her mother, Mrs. Lula Weir,
at her home on Surry Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Webb, Mrs.
George Trapp, Mr. and Mrs. Allen,
all of Charlotte, and Misses Rebecca
and Challie Trapp of Columbia, S.
C., were the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Church, at their
honve on Gwyn Avenue,
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Lillard at
tended the graduating exercises at
Queens-Chicora College in Charlotte
Tuesday. Their daughter, Miss Car
olyn Lillard, was a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Kloninger
moved Wednesday of last week to
Mt. Airy from the Somers Apart
ments in this city. Mr. and Mrs.
Kloninger had been making their
home here for the past two years.
Mrs. W. W. Whitaker and little
grandson, Errol Hayes, Jr., are
spending this week in Mount Pleas
ant, the guests of the former's
daughter, Mrs. Hoy Moose. Mr.
Whitaker accompanied them to Mt.
Pleasant, returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Woodruff,
of Gladston, Alabama, S. A.
Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. C. u. Wood
ruff and Miss Daisy Hampton, of
Mocksville, were the guests last
week of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Shugart
at their home in Jonesville.
Mrs. J. B. Kitchen, Jr., and little
daughter, Frances, of Lumberton.l
spent last week with Mrs. W. J.'
Brown, at her honte in Jonesville. ■
Mrs. Kitchen returned to Lumberton
the latter part of the week and Miss
Frances remained for a longer visit.
Miss Carolyn Lillard arrived home
Friday from Charlotte, where she
graduated on Tuesday from Queens-
Chicora College. She was accompa
nied by Miss Annabelle Smith of
Dunn and Miss Florence Moffett of
Charlotte, who will be her guests for
Mrs. B. F. Palmer and daughter,
Miss Mary Blanche Palmer, of Rock
ingham, spent the latter part of last
week here the guests of Mrs. W. A.
Shores aud daughter, Miss Elizabeth
Shores, at their home on Bridge
street. Mr. Palmer came up Sunday
to accompany them home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNeill and
family spent Sunday in Lexington,
the gueßts of Rev. and Mrs. J. M.
Hayes. Rev. Mr. Hayes preached
his farewell sermon Sunday to the
First Baptist church in that city,
having accepted a pastorate in Beck
ley, West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown and
son. Jack Brown, visited their
daughter, Miss Dixie Brown, Sun
day. Miss Brown is a patient at a
sanatorium in the eastern part of
the state. They were accompanied
to Albemarle by Mrs. Ray Brandon,
who visited friends there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Neaves of
Crumpler, Mrs. Chas. E. Cox of
Mouth-of-Wilson, Va., and Mr. and
Mrs. Mont Busic and daughter, Miss
Anne Busic, of Galax, Va., were the
guests the latter part of the week
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neaves, at
their home on Bridge street.
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Turner left
Sunday afternoon for Reidsville
where they were called on account
of the serious illness of Mrs. Turn
er's aunt, Mrs. G. S. Kernodle. They
returned Tuesday evening. The con
dition of Mrs. Kernodle remains
Mrs. J. E. Purcelle and daughter.
Miss Louise Purcelle, of Red
Springs, are the guests of their
daughter and sister, Mrs. A. M.
Smith. Friends of Mrs. Smith will
regret to know that her condition
shows little improvement. She has
been a patient at Hugh Chatham
Hospital for the past several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beeson and
little son, John Edward, expect to
leave the latter part of the week for
Randleman, where they will attend
the wedding of Mr. Beeson's sister,
Miss Lola Beeson, to Otis Short of
Greensboro, whiQb will be solemn
ized Saturday. Mrs. Beeson will
render the nuptial music.
Mrs. Robert Smith of Washing
ton, D. Cj, who has been the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Church, for the past two weeks, un
derwent an operation for appendi
citis at Hugh Chatham Hospital
Monday. She is resting comfort
ably. Her husband came down to
be with her during her illness and
will spend the remainder of this
Patrol Captain Says
Drunk Drivers Are
Scarcer Since Beer
Beer, instead of complicating the
problem of drunken driving, has in
reality served to decrease the num
ber of drunken drivers and
decrease the number of automobile
accidents, in the opinion of Captain
Charles. D. Farmer, of the state
highway patrol. This opinion is
also shared by many of the lieuten
ants and patrolmen.
"There has been a noticeable de
crease in the amount of drunken
driving since beer went on sale May
1, and we have not had to make as
many arrests for woozy drivers as
before that time," Captain Farmer
"Of course, there are still some
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE. ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
who continue to drink hard liquor
until intoxicated and then try to
drive their automobiles, and we are
continuing to get those."
TO N. Y. ON BUSINESS
Governor Ehringhaus and State
Treasurer Johnson left Raleigh
Tuesday night for New YorV~ to
open negotiations for renewal of $5,-
670,000 short term notes maturing
American telephone equipment is
to be installed in Kweichwo Prov
ince in South China.
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Miss Gorham Honored By Mrs.
Mrs. Hardin Graham entertained
at a delightful small party at her
home on Terrace Avenue Friday af
ternoon, honoring Miss Josephine
Gorham, of Rocky Mount, who is the
guest of Mrs. Albert Bryan.
Bridge was played at two tables.
Mrs. Ruohs Pyron received an at
tractive gift for making the highest
score during the afternoon and Miss
Gorham was given a lovely gift as
guest of honor.
A beautifully appoiuted refresh
ment course was served the follow
ing guests: Miss Gorham, Mrs.
Thomas Roth, MISB Edith Neaves,
Mrs. Edwin Harris, Mrs. Ruohs Py
ron, Mrs. Eugene Spainhour, Mrs.
James Poindexter, Mrs. Carl Poin
dexter, Mrs. R. G. Smith and Mrs.
Elkin Lodge No. 454 A. P. & A.
M., meets in regular communication
Thursday, June Ist, 8:00 P. M.
J. A. CARPENTER, Jr., M.
R. G. FRANKLIN, Jr., Sec.
Its political life at stake, the
French government Tuesday shat
tered hopes of immediate signature
of Mussolini's four-nation treaty
binding Europe's chief powers to
keep the peace for 10 years.
New York state and California
lead all other states In fatal auto
A herd of reindeer imported into
Alaska forty years ago has Increased
to number 600,000 head.