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Thursday, December 5. 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke F. Hender
son spent Thanksgiving in Char
lotte, the guests of friends.
Bert Bennett of Winston-Salem
was the guest Friday of Charles
Neaves at his home on Bridge
Mrs. Robert Windsor is spend
ing this week in Galax, Va., the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Ida
MS-, and Mrs. Franklin Folger
were the dinner guests Tuesday
evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lewellyn, in Mount Airy.
Miss Alice Dixon spent the
week-end in Wilmington, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bos
tian, the latter her sister.
Ben Klrkman, of Charlotte,
spent the week-end here with his
mother, Mrs. R. L. Klrkman, at
her home on West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Leeper and
V daughter, Mable Cathey, spent
% the Thanksgiving holidays in
1 Belmont, the guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Myers spent
\ Thanksgiving in Raleigh, the
■guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Studd, the latter their daughter:'
\ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lea of Lex
imgton, spent the holidays here
with Mrs. Lea's parents, Mr. and
M*s. W. F. Reece, on Bridge
atalph W. Parks, of Raleigh,
was here Wednesday, the guest of
hisj parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Parlks, and attending to business
AMiss Betty Gambill, student
nursie at Davis hospital, States
villel, spent the Thanksgiving holi
days here with Dr. and Mrs. I. S.
Mijss Myra Sale, a member of
the kaculty of the Raleigh city
schoons, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Sale, Eiear Ronda.
Mr. \and Mrs. W. S. Bedding
field I spent the week-end in
Ashebpro, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Cranfield, Jr., the lat
ter their daughter.
Harcley Lord of Wellesley Hills,
Mass., was the guest the early
part aC the week of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Neaves, at their home on
Mrs. Linville Hendren of this
city, and her mother, Mrs. W. B.
Williams, of Mountain Park,;
spent the holidays in Raleigh,'
the guests of the latter's sister,
Mrs. John D. Berry.
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Overcoats j, $16.50 up Box of 2 pairs SI.OO
The Men's Shop
Herman Guyer Barrett LankM
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gwyn and
sons, Owen and Paul, Jr., spent
the holidays at Seaboard, with
Mrs. Gwyn's par ants, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews
and son, Billy, of Shelby, were
the Thanksgiving guests of Mrs.
Andrews' mother, Mrs. E. E. Har
ris, on West Main street.
Miss Dorothy Chappell, a mem
ber of the Pinnacle school facul
ty, spent the holidays here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Chappell, on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNeill,
Miss Minnie Ruth and Bobby
McNeill spent Thanksgiving in
North Wilkesboro, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McNeill.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Robinson
and baby, of Taylorsville, were
the overnight guests Sunday of
Rev. and Mrs. Herman F. Dun
can, at their home on Market
Miss Grace Cockerham, who is
a member of the Roxboro school
faculty, spent the Thanksgiving
holidays here with her father, J7
N. Cockerham, on West Main
Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Baucom
and daughter, Miss Miriam Bau
com, of Spruce Pine, were the
Thanksgiving holiday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Harris, on
West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Frank Kirk
man, of Atlanta, Ga., are expect
ed to arrive Friday for a visit of
several days with Mr. Kirkman's
mother, Mrs. R. L. Kirkman, on
West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Greene,
Mrs. Frank Abernethy and Miss
Merle Sherrill, all of Statesville,
were the Thanksgiving guests of
Misses Jennie and Auba Gray, at
their home on Vine street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. L. Benson
and their guests, Mrs. J. H. Green
wood, Mrs. Max Mueller and Bill
Dubbs of Durham and Miss Sarah
Field of Oxford, attended the
violin concert of Erica Morini in
Winston-Salem Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Foster, a
senior at Meredith College, Ral
eigh, and a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Foster, of this city,
played the part of Mrs. Arthur
Bowden, in the Little Theatre
major production, "Lady Win
dermere's Fan," by Oscar Wilde.
Miss Foster was also chairman of
the program committee.
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter and
little son, of Hamlet, were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Carter and Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Carter. «
Mrs. E. C. Grier had as her
i guests during the holidays her
daughter, Mrs. E. C. Voss, Mr.
Voss, and son, Chris, of Greens
boro. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Voss,
of Charlotte, were also guests in
the Grier home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. L. Benson
and daughters, Misses Idelia and
Barbara, spent the week-end in
Durham, with their daughter and
sister, Miss Frances Benson, a
student at Duke University, and
attended the Duke-Pitt game on
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Folger
had as their Thanksgiving dinner
guests Mr. FOlger's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Folger, Misses
Betsy and Eunice, Robert, Worth,
Phillip and Bill Folger, all of
Dobson; Misses Catherine Folger
and Frank Rankin, of Reidsville.
Miss Dorothy Colhard spent
the week-end in High Point, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rus
sell. She also attended the Duke- j
Pitt game in Durham Saturday,
and the Little Jack Little dance
at the Robert E. Lee hotel in
Winston-Salem, Saturday even
-Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Garland and
sons, James and Thomas, left
Wednesday for California, Pa.,
where they were called on ac
count of the death of Mr. Gar-,
land's mother, Mrs. J. F. Gar
land. The message, received early
Wednesday morning, stated that
Mrs. Garland passed away earlier
in the morning, but no details
were given. She was 86 years of
Miss Margaret Abernethy, a
member of the Kannapolis school
faculty, spent the holidays here
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.
G. Abernethy, on West Main
street. Dr. and Mrs. Abernethy
also had as their guests on Sun
day, Dr. Abernethy's mother,
Mrs. J. W. Abernethy, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Cobb, Sr., and James
Cobb, of Rhodhiss, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Cobb, Jr., of Moores
Mrs. Van W. Dillon, Jr., and
Miss Peggy Royall spent Satur
day and Sunday at Sunny Acres,
Methodist retreat near Lewis
ville, attending a two-day session
of a conference of officers and
directors of the young peoples'
organization of the Western
North Carolina Conference of the
Methodist church. Miss Royall
is president of the young peoples'
leauge of this district and Mrs.
Dillon is director of young peo
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Boren, Jr.,
and children, Miss Margaret
Wiley and Dicky, and Tommy
Reich, of Greensboro, Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Wilmoth and daugh
ter, Anne, and Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Wilmoth and son, Bobby, and
Graham Reich, of Winston-Sa
lem, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Reich and daughters, Patricia
and Joan, of Statesville, were the
guests of their father, W. S.
Reich, on Thanksgiving Day for
a dinner in celebration of his
71st birthday anniversay.
Miss Lorene Kelley, of Moores
ville, who for the past five years
has been a missionary from the
Methodist church to the Belgian
Congo In Africa, arrived Sunday
for a visit with Miss Claudia
Austin here. Miss Kelley was lo
cated »in Winston-Salem prior to
entering missionary work and
during her residence there sug
gested the idea to Miss Austin of
the organization of an industrial
club, which materialized into the
present Lucy Hanes Chatham
clubs. Miss Kelley spoke to mem
bers of the clubs at two meetings
on Monday, one In the morning
and the other in the evening, and
in the afternoon addressed the
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist church.
Miss Kelley was also entertained
informally at luncheons and
small parties during her visit.
Mrs. W. R. Wellborn was called
to Lancaster, s. C., Monday on
account of the death of her
nephew by marriage, Richard H.
Isley, 35. Mr. Isley, who was a
member of a prominent Char
lotte family, and who was asso
ciated with the Springs Cotton
Mills in South Carolina, died as
a result of an accidental dis
charge of a revolver, the revolver
supposedly being unloaded. Mr.
Isley and his eight-year-old son
were undressed and ready for bed
and were playing with the gun,
when it accidentally fired, send
ing the load into his head. He
died in the hospital at 2:30 the
following morning. Mr. Isley and
his wife, the former Miss Ila
Estelle Rust, are well known here,
having frequently visited in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Wellborn.
Pinal rites were conducted in
An extension of the cotton
stamp plan into a large number
of cities before the end of the
year is being considered strongly
by the U. S. Department of Agri
A Masonic Rail at Halifax, N.
C., has been used continuously
WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hospi
' tal during the past week: Clif
' ford Nelkin, Clemmons; Annie
Lee Cotnren, Elkin; Ada Cole,
Yadkinville; Mrs. Dicle Carter,
, Elkin; Walter Osborne, Elkin;
Click Wilklns, Jones ville; Mrs.
Emelee Spann, Jonesville; Mrs.
Inez Brown, Boonville; Mrs,
Grace Campbell, Creston; Mrs.
Mary Warren, Thurmond; Hugh
Sale, Roaring River; Mrs. Esther
Howell, Mount Airy; Mrs. Cassie
Brendle, 'Dobson; Mrs. Addie
Buelin, Jonesville; Thomas L.
Crouse, Sparta; Hobart Adams,
Jonesville; Rev. W. C. Dutton,
Mduth of Wilson, Va.; Orover
Whitaker, Boonville; Zeola
Shores, Cycle; Lansom Howell,
Elkin; Thomas Conley, Anderson,
S. C.; Mrs. Leo Roberts, Roaring
Gap; Mrs. Annie Fleming, Boon-,
Patients dismissed during the
week were: Mrs. Maggie Pelts, i
Jonesville; Mrs. Sarah Etta Key, !
Elkin; Mrs. Cora Mason, Black
Mountain; Lee Lawrence, Jr., j
Elkin; Mrs. Mamie Apperson, •
Jonesville; Lansom Howell, Elk- j
in; Thomas Conley, Anderson, S. |
C.; Mrs. Addie Buelin, Jonesville;
Rev. W. C. Dutton, Mouth of Wil
son, Va.; Rev. Ebenezer Myers,
Lenoir; Dencie Shores, Jonesville; j
Raymer Sprinkle, Yadkinville; |
Mrs. Bessie Teague, Pilot Moun-,
tain; Guy Shugart, Boonville; [
Mrs. Margaret shores, Hampton- \
ville; Mrs. Edna Gilliam, Elkin; i
Ottis Snow, Dobson; H. C. Money, I
State Road; Mary Lois Smith,'
Elkin; Walter Weaver, Jonesville;
Mrs. Dicie Carter, Elkin.
COUNCIL MEETING OF
4-H CLUBS IS V HELD
A council meeting of the SuiTy
4-H Clubs was held in the court
house at Dobson Monday. Noah
Edwards presided over the busi
ness session, which featured rou
tine reports. Representatives of
ten clubs were present. Achieve
ment Day was set for the first
Monday in February 1941, the
program to center around farm
contests. Team demonstrations
will be given at this meeting and
The program for the meeting
Monday was presented by the
Copeland club. Achievements of
the club work of the past year
were reviewed by Noah Edwards.
Ideas for inexpensive Christmas
gifts were given by Mrs. Grace
Pope Brown, county demonstra
tion agent. Mrs. Brown also urged
all clubs to plan now for work
dining the year, as clubs and in
Delia Long directed a recrea
tional program at the close of the
CIVIL SUIT ARISES
OUT OF ACCIDENT
A $5,000 damage suit was in
stituted in Forsyth county su
perior court last week against
Garvey Haynes, of this city, by
Sam Marshall, Sr., next best
friend of Sam Marshall, Jr., who
was allegedly seriously injured
when struck by a car driven by
Haynes on December 17 of last
The accident, according to the
complaint, occurred on the Trap
hill road, west of Elkin, and the
complaint also attributed the ac
cident to reckless driving and
negligence on the part of Haynes,
stating that he was driving at a
rate of 60 to 70 miles per hour
through a congested area when
he allegedly struck the Marshall
child with his car.
The youth, it is claimed, suf
fered a broken leg, concussion of
the brain, and severe body in
juries, which required consider
able hospitalization and confine
DR. J. H. HOWARD IS
TO OPEN OFFICE HERE
Dr. James H. Howard, a native
of Iredell county, but who has
practiced his profession in Detroit,
Mich., for the past 15 years, will
open Chiropractic offices in the
new W. M. Allen building when it
is completed sometime after the
first of the year.
Dr. Howard, a graduate of the
Universal Chiropractic College, of
Pittsburg, Pa., and who has done
post graduate wor& at Detroit, has
a residential office at Brooks
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of Mollie V.
Ring, late of Surry County, this
Is to notify all persons holding
pifl-imß against said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned'
within one year from date of this
notice or same will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All per-l
sons owing said estate will make
immediate settlement with the,
administratrix. This the 4th day
of December, 1940.
ETTA R. PAUL,
Administratrix of Mollie V. Ring,
W. M. ALLEN,
HOKE F. HENDERSON,
Attorneys. » 1-9
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