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NEWS OF RONDA
Miss Blanche West of the Little
Mountain community spent Tues
day night of last week In the home
of her cousin, Mrs. J. B. Bell.
Miss Gena Church of Graham
visited her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Sparks,
also other relatives and friends in
and near Ronda during the
Misses Maxine Tharpe and Pat
tie Eller hare returned from an
extended visit with friends and
relatives in Maryland.
Rev. Lloyd Pardue preached to
a large congregation at Macedonia
Baptist church near Ronda Sun
day night. Special music "was
furnished by Miss Plorenoe Tem
pleton of Union Grove. Miss
Templeton sang several selections
playing her own accompaniments
on an accordlan.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Miles of
East Bend spent Thanksgiving in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Mrs. Harvey Church and her
brother, Mr. Earnest P. Edwards
had as dinner guests on Thanks
giving day, MT. and Mrs. Tom
Good News for Women
Every day women are finding their
headaches, nervousness, cramp-like
pnina, other symptoms of functional
dysmenorrhea due to malnutrition
are helped by CARDUL Main way
it usually helps is by increasing
appetite and flow of gastric juice;
so digestion, helping build
up users. Periodic distress is also
eased for many who take CARDUI
a few days before and during "the
time." Women have used CARDUI
for more than 50 years!
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Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Nesbit Ed
wards and two children of Wins
ton-Salem, Miss Gena Church of
Graham and Mrs. E. C. Sparks of
Messrs J. T. and James Martin
of Fort Bragg visited relatives here
for a few days the latter part of
School closed here on Wednes
day for the Thanksgiving vaca
tion. All members of the school
faculty spent the remainder of
the week at their respective homes
and visiting friends and relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. Dwight B. Mullis
of Jonesville visited Mrs. A. C.
Hendrix and her mother, Mrs. N.
J. Blackwood, Sr., Thursday after
noon of last week. And they were
the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Bell Thursday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Burchette and son,
Jimmy, spent a few days in Maid
en the latter part of last week
visiting friends and relatives.
A "Tom Thumb Wedding" will
be presented at the Ronda school
gymnasium on Wednesday even
ing, December 11. The cast in
cludes members of the primary
grades. The wedding promises to
be very interesting and well worth
the small admission charged.
The public is invited to attend.
Rev. J. W. Calloway will fill his
regular appointment at the Bap
tist church here Saturday night,
and again Sunday morning at 11
Messrs. Joe and Clarence Bry
ant, and Mr. and Mrs. Boss
Brown and family, of Delaware,
are visiting relatives here this
Mrs. Ellen Laster is spending
this week with Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. Culler and family, of Pilot
Mrs. Lena Dockery, of Elkin, is
spending a while here with Mrs.
Ettye Parks and family.
Rev. Parker, pastor of the
Methodist church here, an
nounced Sunday that there would
be preaching services held at the
church each third Sunday night.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend each service.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith and
Joe Bryant spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. Pless Bryant, of Ararat.
Mr. and Mrs. Pholia Snow and
son, Joe, Mr. Andrew Snow and
Mr. Joe Bryant visited Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Eldridge, of Mount
Of interest to the people of this
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LONG BEACH, CaL . . . Evelyn Dinsmoor (right) inspects a corps
of beauties who were called upon to serve in Long Beach'* participa
tion in Southern California's all-winter sun festival.
community was the announce
ment of the marriage Friday of
Miss Versie Collins and Mr. Clar
ence Melton, both of Zephyr.
They will make their home in
Elkin where Mr. Melton is em
Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Holy
field and Mrs. Mary Laster and
son, Marvin, spent Sunday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawrence,
of near High Point.
Mrs. Vergie Melton, of Zephyr,
spent last week with her sister,
Mrs. Jim Lawrence, of near High
Messrs. Harvey and Avery Las
ter, of Winston-Salem, visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Houston Laster. Thursday.
Rev. Eli Jordan filled his reg
ular appointment at Mountain
Park Baptist church last Satur
day night and Sunday. His ser
mons were enjoyed by all who at
The Surry Baptist Sunday
School Association will meet at
Fairvlew Baptist church next
Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock.
Every member is yrged to attend.
Miss Maud Swift, of Winston-
Salem, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Swift, part of last
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gentry,
of State Road, visited friends here
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mays had as
their Sunday dinner guests Rev.
and Mrs. Eli Jordan, of Elkin.
We are glad to welcome to this
community Mr. and Mrs. Edd
Mounce and family, of Elkin.
Mr. R. W. Walters, of Mount
Airy, visited relatives here last
Mrs. Elsie Tuell spent last
Thursday at North Wilkesboro.
Miss Dorothy Haymore and
Miss Maud Haymore, of Cross
Roads, visited relatives for a
short while here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jennings,
of Charlotte, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Norman last Sunday.
I'll Be Over
"What is home without a
mother?" asked a good looking
"Well," replied the sweet young
thing, "I am, tonight."
Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Greene and
Mrs. J. C. Greene had as their
guests for the Thanksgiving holi
days Mrs. J. M. Flippins, of Pilot
Mountain; Mrs. Carly Pack, of
Winston-Salem, and Mr. and Mrs.
Odell Lawrence, of Elkin.
Mr. C. W. Haynes, of Port
Bragg, spent the holidays with
his family here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Greene had
as their guests for Thanksgiving
dinner, Rev. and Mrs. D. J.
White, of Ronda, Miss Grace
Greene, of Brown Summit, Mrs.
Carl Mathis, of Roaring River,
and Messrs. Kenneth and Gra
ham Greene, of Elkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Sturdi
vant had as their holiday guests
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cooke, Jr., and
Miss Willa Mae Payne, of Win
Mrs. Mabel Calloway and
daughter, Virginia, spent the
week-end at Clemmons with her
sister, Mrs. A. L. Rominger.
Several from here attended the
revival at Dennysville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dimmette,
of Ronda, visited friends here
Monticello high school Glee
club, under the direction of Miss
Grace Greene, will broadcast De
cember 11 over WBIG, Greens
Mr. J. A. Calloway returned
home Sunday after spending
some time with his daughters,
Mrs. R. M. Edwards, and Mr. Ed
wards, at Greensboro, and Mrs.
Harry Keller and Mr. Keller, of
The revival at Dennysville
closed Sunday with 23 being bap
tized Sunday morning.
Miss Fairy Dobbins of State
Teachers College at Boone, spent
the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs r S. G. Dobbins and
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Holder and
two sons of High Point spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. Holder's
parents of this section.
Misses Emily and Wilda Holder
of this section spent a few, days
last week with their brother in
Miss Kathleen Dobbins is spend
ing this week in Winston-Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Smith and
son, Billy, of Zephyr were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Baker. •
Mrs. P. A. Bates, of Delaware,
has been in here for several weeks
but is planning to return in a few
Mr. Tom Bill Draughan and
Mr. Robert Smith from the U. S.
Army visited friends* and relatives
of this section Sunday.
Everyone is glad to note that
Mr. B. T. Southard who is in the
Statesville hospital and Mrs. A. D.
Southard who is in the Hugh
Chatham Memorial hospital at
Elkin are recovering nicely, and
will come home this week.
Next Sunday, Dec. 8, is time for
the regular services at Bethel
church here. We urge the mem
bers said all who can in the com
munity to come and be on time
for Sunday school. We need you.
This is the time to draw names
and prepare for the Christmas
exercises. Come and help make
it a success. Get a name, be
happy and make somebody else
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stroud and
sons, Kenneth and Thomas, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Mcßride for dinner the Fourth
Thanksgiving Day was very
quietly and pleasantly spent
here. Several homes entertain
ed visitors for dinner. The sports
men were enjoying their favorite
T. 8. Jones, who has been
spending some time here with his
brother, returned to his home In
Winston-Salem last week.
Mr. and Mrs." D. 8. Gilliam vis
ited their daughter, Miss Norma
Oilllam, who Is a student at
Draughn's Business College, In
Winston-Salem last Thursday.
Mrs. Harry Stockton, of TClkln,
spent last Monday afternoon here
visiting Mrs. J. T. Triplette. Mr.
and Mrs. Triplette also had as
their guest one night last week
her brother, Mr. J. G. Gilliam, of
Elk in. •
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Morrison,
with their week-end guest, Miss
Ailene Green, of Cllngman, visit
ed the former's parents last Sun
day, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mor
rison and family. Also Mr. and
Mrs. Morrison called to see Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Gilliam.
Mrs. Everette Bishop, of Mon
roe, Mich., in company with Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Stroud, visited
Mrs. C. W. Gilliam, Sr., and other
relatives here a while last Sun
day afternoon. Mrs. Bishop is
here on a visit to her sister at
Mrs. Robert Adams returned
last week from the Baptist hos
pital in Winston-Salem where
she has been receiving treatment
for some time. We regret to note
that Mrs. Adams' condition is not
Mrs. D. S. Gilliam has been to
visit her maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Porter, near Roaring River,
several times for the past week,
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NO REFUNDS! ALL SALES FINAL!
I These Rules Are Necessary on Account of the Terrific Loss I
We Are Taking on These Coats and Suits
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who Is seriously ill at her home.
Mrs. Porter is nearly 90 years old
and her condition Is considered
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Swaim, of
Cycle, spent last Sunday here vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Mathls.
Mrs. D. J. Melton and Mrs. W.
H. Jones spent last Tuesday
morning visiting the former's
daughter and the latter's sister
in-law, Mrs. C. W. Gilliam, Jr.,
who was a patient at Chatham
Two families have recently
moved from this community: Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Jester to East
Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Grady
St. John and children to Jones
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Gilliam was buried at the
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Thursday, December S. 1940
Bethel cemetery here last Tues
The little four-month-old child
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson
was burled here last Tuesday a
week ago. Rites were held at the
home conducted by Rev. Tommy
Should Say Not
Rehabilitation Adviser: "Have
you a good head for figures?"
Cottage Patient: "Heck, no. As
soon as I see a good figure I lose