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The Elkin tribune. (Elkin, N.C.) 191?-1969, December 05, 1940, Image 6

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ETY. Legion Auxiliary To Have Annual CkiWaikr Party The Christmas party of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday evening, De cember 9th, at 7:45, at the home of Mrs. R. L. Harris, on West Main street. All members are in vited to attend. Mre. Morrison Celebrates Eigthy- Eighth Anniversary Mrs. C. S. Morrison celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday anni versary Sunday with a family dinner at her home ' on Market street. The guest list included her children and grandchildren. The table was centepd with a handsome birthday cake, • topped with eighty-eight lighted candles. Ronda Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Watts Members of the Ronda Road Garden Club met in monthly ses sion Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Clifford Watts, With 10 members present. An interesting program on shrubs and evergreens was presented by Mrs. Glenn Poplin. 1 The hostess served a delicious salad course during the after noon. Methodist Mission Circle to Meet This Evening Circle number four of the Wo man's Society of Christian Ser vice of the Methodist church will meet this evening (Thursday) at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Van W. Dillon, Jr., on Gwyn avenue, with Mrs. John Sagar and Mrs. Robert Harris associate hostesses. All members are urged to attend, as this is the final meeting of the year and important business will be transacted. Miss Hayes Fetes Visitors at Breakfast Complimenting Misses Reeves and Peggy Pollard and Virginia Whitaker, all of Winston-Salem, holiday guests of Miss Dorothy Harrell, Miss Eleanor Hayes en- W M. WALL j Elkin's Leading Jeweler Phone 56 Elkin, N. C. tertained at a delightful break fast Friday morning at 10:30 at I h ' home- on Church street. The | gi ,t list Included ten friends of! tl hostess. The honorees and Miss Aileen ] Shamel, a student at Salem Col-! lege, who was with her parents for the holidays, were presented noyelty pitchers. Green-Brown Marriage Is. Announced Today Announcement Is made today of the marriage of Mrs. Annie Mae Green to O. L. Brown, which was solemnized in Irwin, Tenn., on November 24. Mrs. Brown is well known here, having been associated* with the Dainty Lady Beauty Shoppe for some time. Mr. Brown is a prominent citizen of Hamptonville, and is engaged in contracting, with offices here. j They are residing in Hampton ville. Miss Royall is Hostess at Informal Party Thursday Miss Peggy Royall entertained at an informal party at her home on Church street Thursday after noon to honor Misses Reeves and Peggy Pollard and Virginia Whit aker of Winston-Salem, holiday guests Sf Miss Dorothy Harrell. The lower floor of the home was arranged throughout with Thanks giving decorations. The guest list included sixteen members of the younger set. In drawing for the prize among the guests Miss Jo Barker was the fortunate winner. The honorees were presented at tractive remembrances. • Circle and Auxiliary of Presbyterian Church Meet A joint meeting of the circle and auxiliary of the Presbyterian church was held at the home of Mrs. Lathan Mills, on Circle Court, Monday evening, with 14 members present. Mrs. Van W. Dillon, Sr., connducted the devo tionals and an inspiring Christ mas program was presented by Mrs. Glenn Peele, assisted by Mrs. Mills. Miss Evon Eldridge was en rolled as a new member during the business session. The hostess served a prettily appointed refreshment course during a pleasant social hour. Mrs. Brookshire Honors Visitors Saturday Mrs. J. W. Brooksire enter tained Saturday evening at her home in State Road, at a lovely party, honoring her nieces, Misses Pauline and Gayle Gilbert, of Gaithersburg, v Maryland. Chrys ! anthemums were used in the dec orations of the rooms. A number of games and contests were en joyed during the evening, with the prize going to Miss Pauline Gilbert. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Misses Pau line and Gayle Gilbert, Juanita Carter, Cleta Jenkins, Juanita Gentry, Addie Wall, Nellie Mar tin, Annie Lee Chambers, Lucy Wolfe, Earlie Hanks, and Martha Beck; Homer Thompson, Ward Adams. Garvey Chambers, J. R. Gentry and Junior Darnell. Miss Kelly Addresses Mission Group Monday Afternoon Miss Lorena Kelly, of Moores- ! ville, missionary .from the West ern North Carolina Conference of the Methodist church, to the Bel gian Congo in Africa, was speak er at a joint session of the cir cles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Metho dist church here Monday after noon. Mrs. George Royall, pres ident of the group, presided over the session, and Mrs. A. C. Gibbs conducted the devotionals. Miss Kelly spoke interestingly of her work in the Belgian Congo and displayed a number of tro phies collected during her stay in Africtf. She concluded her talk with a song to the native lan guage of the Congo area. Following Miss Kelly's talk a quartette composed pf Misses Lena Sale, Eleanor Hayes, Helen Gibbs and Peggy Royall, sang two Christmas numbers, with Mrs. Van W. Dillon, Jr., playing the accompaniments. Mr. and Mrs. Benson Entertain Wednesday Evening Mr. and Mrs. J. W. L. Benson entertained at a delightful dinner party Wednesday evening at their home on Hospital road, having as guests the office staff of the Chatham Manufacturing com pany, the mill officials and their wives. The lovely home was de corated throughout with chrysan themums in brilliant colors and autumn leaves and fruits, sugges tive of the Thanksgiving season. Covers were placed for sixty at small tables arranged in the liv ing room/dining room and sun room. A turkey dinner was serv- i ed. With the dessert course a hand-1 some birthday cake was sliced and served with ices. The cake was a surprise for Mr. Benson, | THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELK IN, NORTH CAROLINA whose birthday anniversary was on that date. During the evening bingo was enjoyed, with novelty prizes being awarded the players. Mr. and, Mrs. Charlie Hanes, who were married the past summer, were presented a gift of silver. ________ Miss Harrell Honors Visitors at Two Parties | Complimenting her holiday : guests, Misses Reeves and Peggy Pollard and Virginia Whitaker of j Winston-Salem, Miss Dorothy Harrell was hostess at two parties during the week-end at her home on West Main street. On Friday evening she entertained at a weiner roast and informal party. The guest list included 16 mem bers of the high school and col lege set. An outdoor supper was served at the picnic ground at the rear of the Harrell home and fol lowing the supper the guests were invited inside for games and con tests. i Miss Harrell was hostess again on Saturday eventag at a dance, the guest list inducting ten couples, i The home was attractively arrang ed throughout with American flags and red, white and blue bal loons. The ceilings in the living room and dining room were fes | tooned with streamers of blue and ] white ornamented with red stars. Refreshments were served from jthe buffet during the evening. Baptist Circles Meet to Observe j Week of Prayer A series of meetings in observ ance of Week of Prayer for for eign missions is being held each 1 afternoon this week at the First Baptist church. The services are held at 3:30 each afternoon, be ginning Monday and continuing ' through Friday. All day circles of the Woman's Missionary Union are participating in the observ ance. The Pearl Johnson and Rosalee Appleby circles met in regular session on Monday evening. The Rosalee Appleby circle met with Mrs. Clyde Carroll, with eight , members present. Mrs. Carroll conducted the devotionals and the program was in charge of Mrs. I Glenn Lewis, who gave a study on j Japan and China today. The Pearl Johnson circle met with Mrs. George Adams with eight members present. Mrs. jFred Harris presided over the i meeting and directed the pro -1 gram. j The Edith Adair circle will meet this evening (Thursday) at 7:45 with Mrs. Jack Terrell on West Main street. ' Miss Paul Is Honored At Party By Mesdames McNeer and Reich Mrs. E. F. McNeer, of this city, and Mrs. John Reich of States ; ville, entertained at a lovely party Friday, at the home of Mrs. McNeer, on Church street, F-W CHEVROLET COMPANY Elkin. N. C. FOR PROMPT [ SERVICE WHEN YOU WANT IT CALL US • ______ SURRY HARDWARE CO. The Best Place to Get It j Elkin, N. C. to honor Miss Josephine Paul, bride-elect of the monttt. Decorations suggestive of the holiday season were used In the living room and sun room, where four tables were placed for bridge. Four additional guests, Mrs. O. T. Roth, Mrs. W. W. Whitaker, Mrs. P. M. Greene and Mrs. Hoy Moose, the latter of Mount Pleas ant, were invited for luncheon. In the bridge progressions the high score award went to Betty Allen. Miss Paul was pre sented china in her wedding pat tern, as guest of honor. Mrs. W. W. Whitaker drew the prize among the luncheon guests. Mrs. Charles Hanes, a bride of the summer, and Mrs. Moose, an out-of-town guest, were present ed lovely gifts. In the dining room, where luncheon was served at one o'clock, the dining room table, where covers were placed for the honoree and her closest friends, was centered with a bowl of pink Save Money and Eat Good Foods Too PEACHES Sary California PEAS Stokley's Party-Tiny 2 CANS Turnip Greens 4cL 2 25 Cfe / Apple Sauce Madman's 4 caiis 29c Prunes New Crop... 5 POUNDS 25C1 j| Chocolate Peppermint Tomato Catsup 14-oz. bottle 10C , Ta,,#, I Apple Butter Fancy 120-OZ. JAR 40c iisrZ "§£.*" i other shortening % cup Pet Milk l_ ~Turn on oven and set at moderately Tr»T T Lb. I ikft hot (400° F.). Resift flour with baking ■II II T Pure Apple Tar I7VL powder, cocoa and salt. Cream butter, $0 «■■■ mmm mm Jdl W-W w sugar and extract together until light and fluffy. Add egg and beat vigorous ly 1 Tt/T j ly. Add flour mixture alternately with Del Monte milk, beginning and ending with flour. __ Beat until smooth after each addition. ■■ • ■ No. 1 Drop from side of teaspoon o^to i ruit tocktail cans shapes. Bake 10 minutes, or until coo It- I ies are brown. Makes about 4 doxen. I No 2 V A FOR THIS RECIPE YOU'LL Beets Sliced J Cans 25c —— —, Cocoa lb. 18c Coffee SSKir -- 3 IBS. 39c sg Crackers 2£. 15c|Milk, Pet 25c RpaiK^ nt £ or /i.iRC IQP MEATS Deans Northerns 1 lib, life PICNIC HAMS Hockless LB 15c Com Sweet 4 Cans 25c I FRESH PORK BRAINS 2 LBS! 25' T . m . t „ a . — , SAUSAGE p ''" Pork 18. 15 c lomaioes 4rca«. .j.»c beef roast clu,d " lb \t T BOLOGNA LB! 15° GRAPES LB. 5" ;""™^r. roDi! lettuce 2 heads is c POTATOES 10 LBS. 1? BKULCULI ..... KUA KtC ftDAWfCC Juicy O nft7 00c PEACHES. Fresh .. . ... BOX 25c £ VJJf *£ STRAWBERRIES Fresh BOX 25c CREAM NUTS 2 LBS. 25° i fM mlm JaJ Elkin 1 l Kjm J m Bivins i 0 Wk W jjV M mm i V m M Foley Jonesville • Norman x.. . a ' rosebuds and fern. The appoint ments of the smaller tables were also in pink and white. Mesdaones Hunt and James Honor Miss Paul, Bride-Elect One of the loveliest parties of the week was the dessert-bridge given Saturday evening by Mrs. Alden Hunt and Mrs. Grace Snow James, at the home of the form er on Vine street, to honor Miss Josephine Paul, Who will be mar ried late In the month to James Scales Irvin, of Reidsville. The living room and library were thrown ensuite and attractively arranged with bowls of nandina berries and crimson candles, sug gestive of the approaching holi day season. The five small ta bles, where the guests were seat ed, were appointed In the bridal colors of green and white, and the colors were repeated in the dessert course, which was served upon the arrival of the guests. In the bridge progressions dur- ing the evening the high score award went to Mrs. Clyde Eller and the honor prize to Mrs. Claude Farrell. Miss Paul was presented china in her wedding pattern. Mrs. John Reich of Statesvllle, was the only out-of-town guest. WINKLER STOKEBS • Plan eWiaiM/ei ———— shear pirns, without the we of clutches or motor overload. d&Sm, Ted Clyde Jake | more then the very dmimt- __ _ n mm£3 Brown, Hall & Brown N THE , LOWESF IN COST. Phone 237 Elkin, N. C. Thursday, December 5. 1940 Good Service Wife: "Did you notice the chin chilla coat on the woman sitting in front of us this morning?" Husband—"Er no. Afraid I was dozing most of the time." Wife: "Um. A lot of good the service did you."

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