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Thursday, December 5, 1940
News of Jonesville
Miss Virginia Lineberry, Editor • Phone 44-M
Misses Icl Wilmoth and Lorene
Osborne were the dinner guests
of Mrs. Clarence Marr and Carl
Brewer Thursday at the CCC
camp In North Elkln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gilliam and
daughters. Misses Ethel, Prances
and Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Gilliam, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Stuart and son. Hal Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher Mcßride spent
Thanksgiving at Stratford as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Gil
liam at a family dinner party.
Mr. Earl Pardue, student at
U. N. C., Chapel Hill, spent the
Thanksgiving holidays here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freel
Miss Mary Greenwood, of West
Yadkin and Roanoke, Va., visited
Misses Levada and Eartie
Hanks spent the week-end in
Sparta with their father, Mr.
James S. Hanks.
Miss Virginia Lineberry and
Messrs. Johnny sprinkle and
Wendel Stanley were the dinner
guests of Mrs. D. W. Sprinkle,
"near Dobson, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers spent
Sunday In Winston-Salem visit
ing friends and relatives.
Miss Virginia lineberry and
Mrs. D. W. Sprinkle, the latter of
Dobson, spent Tuesday in Mount
Mrs. D. G. Reece and children,
Dothan and Sara Lou, spent
Thursday in Mars Hill visiting
Mr. Tommy Reece, a student at
Mars Hill ( College.
Mr. Stanford Brown, of Boone,
spent the week-end here.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Holcomb
had as their dinner guests Sat
urday, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hud
son and family, of Martinsville,
Va., and Miss Cornelia Hudson, of
Pfeiffer College, the latter their
Mr. and Mrs. Will Holcomb,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hudson and
family, of/ Martinsville, Va., and
Miss Cornelia Hudson, of Pfeiffer
College, spent Thursday with
their mother, Mrs. W. E. Macey,
Messrs. Dett Martin and Delos
Martin are listed among the sick
this week. (
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers mov
ed into the Reich apartments in
Elkin this week.
Mrs. Robert Apperson spent the
latter part of last week in Win
ston-Salem with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Weatherman.
Mrs. Marvin Mayberry and Mrs.
Dewey Mayberry and son, Keith,
spent Monday afternoon in
Statesville attending to business
Miss Dorethea Chappell spent
the Thanksgiving holidays near
Boonville with Mr. and Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Mayberry,
of Pulaski, Va., spent Sunday
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V i £ Symphony or San Remo
here with the former's mother,
Mrs. Verge Holcomb.
Mrs. Marvin Mayberry and
daughter, Ruth, of near Boon
ville, spent Tuesday here with
Mrs. J. C. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roby Casstevens
and sons, Kenneth and Elton,
werfe the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Poplin, of Maple
Springs community, Thursday.
Mrs. James Williams spent the
Thanksgiving holidays in Char
lotte visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Casstevens
spent Sunday afternoon 'n Boon
ville visiting Rev. and Mrs. Ray
Mrs. W. J. Reeves and Mrs.
Paul Moody and son, of States
ville, were the Tuesday guests of
Mrs. D. R. Casstevens.
Mr. Herbert Bowman, of Salis
bury, spent the week-end here
with his sister, Mrs. I. Y. Jester.
Mr. Ervie Nick, of Brooks Cross
Roads, spent Sunday here "with
Mrs. Clint Holcomb had as her
guest Tuesday, Dr. Myers, of
Mr. Clint Holcomb visited his
brother, Wesley Holcomb, of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boles and
children, Joe and Bobby, of Lex
ington, spent the week-end here
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Boles.
Mr. Roland Lancaster, Jr., and
Miss Agnes Pardue spent Thurs
day in Rural? Hall with the form
er's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. M.
Mrs. P. H. Underwood and Mr.
and Mrs. Errol Berry spent Sun
day In Winston-S a 1 e m and
Stokesdale visiting relatives.
Miss Phillips Entertains
Miss Lucile Phillips entertained
members of the Playmakers club
and other friends at her home
Bridge was played at three
tables arranged in a Thanksgiv
ing setting. High score award
was won by Miss Lucy Gray. Mrs.
Sig Holcomb was awarded the
The hostess served a salad
course with accessories. Special
guests of the evening were Mes
dames H. G. York and Sig Hol
Rose Marlowe Circle Meets
The Rose Marlowe circle of the
Baptist'church met Tuesday ev
ening at the home of Miss Hazel
Phillips, with 12 members and
five visitors present.
The circle was honored to have
Mrs. D. H. Craver, of Boonville,
who gave an interesting talk.
Miss Bertha Adams was In
charge of the devotional. Miss
Mildred Harris was in charge of
the program, "Pressing on
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
Through Difficulties," and was
assisted by Mesdames Ivry John
son, D. R. Casstevens, Hugh Hol
comb and Marvin Holcomb. To
conclude the program a Christ
mas pageant, "His Star Again in
the East," was presented by Mes
dames Jack Brown, Robert Ap
person, Alec Biggs, Marvin May
berry, D. R. ' Casstevens, Hugh
Holcomb, Miss Hazel Phillips and
Miss Virginia Lineberry, who ren
dered a vocal solo, "Silent Night."
Mrs. Ivry Johnson, president,
presided during the business pe
riod. Refreshments were served
during the social hour.
Methodist Missionary Circle
Meets Thursday Evening
The Woman's Division of
Christian Service met Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Eva
Hlnes in Arlington, with Mrs.
Phillip Wilkins associate hostess.
Mrs. Prank Pickett was in
charge of the devotionals. Mrs.
Ruth Roland was In charge of
the program, "Dedicating Our
Heritage," and was assisted by
Miss Betty Miller who gave an in
teresting talk on "Investing Our
Heritage in Social Evangelism."
Mrs. Dwight Mullis, president,
presided during the business pe
riod. -Mp-eshments were served
during tne social half ht>ur.
Rev. Grant Cothren filled his
regular appointment at Roaring
Qap Saturday night and Sunday.
Rev. Andrew Blevins and Mr. J.
A. Gilliam, of Hays, were very
welcome visitors at the Sunday
morning service. Mr. Gilliam
made a very interesting talk, and
Mr. Blevins gave us a fine ser
Miss Katherine Shore, of
Mountain Park, was a week-end
visitor of Misses Opal and Velda
Miss Sallie Woodruff, of Plea
sant Hill school, spent the
Thanksgiving holidays- here at
Mr. J. Sam Gentry, of Moun
tain Park, spent Thanksgiving
Day here at his home.
Messrs. J. E. and W. R. De-
Journette, Misses Alma and Sallie
Woodruff, Messrs. Dan Norman
and J. N. Gentry, of the Roaring
Gap Home Demonstration , club,
I attended the Achievement Day
program given by the Wilkes
County clubs at North Wilkes
boro recently. Most of the clubs
in the county had a fine attend-
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NEW YORK, N. Y. . . . Mrs. Ann
Haltrecht, who arrived in the U. S.
on the S.S. Samaria, told of a
miraculous escape from death
when a bomb crashed through her
London home, exploded in the
basement and tossed her 14-
month-old son, shown here, high
In the air, and landed him right
Into her arms.
ance and a very interesting pro
gram which was enjoyed by all
YADKIN CALLS OFF
TERM CIVIL COURT
Yadkin county's board of com
missioners', meeting in Yadkin
ville Monday, called off the De
cember term of civil court, sche
duled to begin Monday, Decem
ber 9, with the exception of the
Monday session, which will be
for uncontested divorce cases and
motions. Judge Allan H. Gwyn
Having just received a bill from
his tailor dated July, 1929, and
marked, "Please remit by return,
51st notice," Bill Stoney replied:
"Dear Sir: I do not remember
ordering a suit such as you men
tion. If I did order it, you cer
tainly never made it for me. If
you did make it for me, I never
got it. Furthermore, if I got it,
I must have paid for it. And if
I didn't, I can't."
The value today of the 30
pieces of silver for which Judas
betrayed Christ would be $5.76.
A dull ragor will cut the face
more easily than a sharp one.
For All Farmers ■
Winston-Salem, Dec. 2 —lf
twenty thousand toys, 650 pounds
of stick candy, one hundred
crates of oranges and fancy col
ored hats for everybody can make
a Christmas party, Winston-Sa
lem is set for the biggest Santa
Claus celebration in North Caro
lina. This is the annual Christ
mas Party given for tobacco
growers and their families, to be
held in Bowman Gray Memorial
Stadium on Tuesday, December
Meantime, construction on, a
gigantic Santa Claus who will
talk, laugh, joke, sing and actual
ly hand out his generous supply
of toys and treats to the children,
is going forward at a place deep
ly shrouded in secrecy. Prepara
tions are being made to take care
of ten thousand farm children,
with two toys, fruit, candy and
good times for each one.
Dozens of substantial Christ
mas presents will also be made to
adults in the form of prizes for
various contests. Among these
will be contests to determine the
tallest tobacco grower, the fat
test grower, and the farmer
.bringing the largest family to the
party. One of the prizes will be
( a thoroughbred bird dog, "Peer-
I less Prince Albert," sired by Louis
Bobbitt's famous national field
trials champion, Sports Peerless
Another feature of the (Jhrist
mas Party will be a square dance
contest held during the after
noon, with more prizes for win
ning couples and individuals.
All tobacco growers, regardless
of where they live, are invited to
the Winston-Salem oelebration.
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They'll foil in love with these pajamas, as who wouldn't?
for their wide shoulders, two-tone sash and very wide lapels
will make a girl look simply regal. They're by Barbizon,
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Elkin, N. C.
Approximately 90 members of
the Young People's League of the
Methodist churches of Wilkes -
boro, North Wilkesboro, Grassy
Creek, Jonesvllle and Elkin, at
tended the trl-county union
meeting here Monday evening at
the local church. An inspiration
al program was presented by
members of the North Wilkesboro
group and the program was fol
lowed with a recreational period.
Miss Peggy Royall, of this city,
president of the group, presided
over the session.
Hot chocolate and wafers were
served during the evening.
A meeting of the council of the
union, composed of presidents of
the various groups and pastors of
churches in the district, will be
held at the Wilkesboro Methodist
church Sunday afternoon at 2:30
to make plans for the continued
work of the union.
JUNIORS TO HOLD
Sunday afternoon, December 8,
at 2 o'clock members of the
Junior Order will hold a mem
orial service for two deceased
members, W. T. Myers and J. P.
Hendren, at Elkin Valley Baptist
church. Principal speakers for
the program will be Attorney
Marion Allen, D. P. Oough, R. L.
Lovelace and Rev. Richard Par
Members of the families of the
deceased members are extended
a cordial invitation to attend and
all members of the order are
urged to be present. The public
is also invited.
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Elkin, N. C.