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VOL. No. XXX. No. 4
NBNS FROM THE
Rev. Mr. Parker held a Thanks
giving service )n the Methodist
church on Thanksgiving Day.
Miss Lillian Harkrader, of
Greensboro, Mrs. Bill Harris, of
Roxboro, and Miss Helen Hark
rader, member of the school fac
ulty of Elizabeth City, spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. S. K.
Harkrader at the Ken-lin Inn.
Misses Mary Cooper and Lula
Betsy Folger, of W. C. U. N. C.,
spent Thanksgiving with their
Mrs. W. L. Reece, Miss Edythe
Reece, Mrs. Emma Mock and
Marianne spent Thanksgiving
Day with the family of Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. FOlger at Mt. Airy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Rogers, Ivey,
Jr., and Mrs. Mary Folger spent
last week-end with Mr. Rogers'
people at Semora.
Mrs. Alexander, of Statesville,
visited her daughter, Mrs. R. R.
Smlthwlck, several days last
A substantial pounding was
given the family of Rev. Mr.
Parker, the Methodist pastor, last
Miss Lucile Freeman, teacher
of public school music in the Ox
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THE ELKIN TRIBUNE
ford school, spent Thanksgiving
with her mother, Mrs. Maude
The Glee club of the Mills
Home at Thomasville, gave a
splendid vocal music program at
the Baptist church Sunday morn
ing, directed by Mr. W. B. lord,
accompanied by Mrs. lord, pian
ist. It was a rare privilege to
hear this group in song. Any
Sunday school would be fortun
ate to have them for a program.
Mrs. Emma Hampton and Mrs.
W. L. Reece attended the Golden
Wedding celebration of Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley S. Shore, near Yad
kinville Saturday afternoon.
Rev. R. L. West, of Yadkinville,
preached at the Baptist church
Miss Emma Comer was hostess
to her bridge club Saturday ev
ening. Mrs. P. B. Folger won
high score prize, and Mrs. C. L.
Folger won the runner up. After
the progressions Miss Comer serv
ed her guests a salad course with
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman, of
Elkin, spent Thanksgiving in
Dobson with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman,
Jr., and baby spent the week-end
with Mrs. Freeman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Halsey, at ( Mouth of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Freeman
spent Sunday at Reidsville with
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smith, par
ents of Mrs. Freeman.
Miss Lorene Perkins spent
Thanksgiving with her parents
near West Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Davis, of
Winston-Salem, Mrs. Ada Greene,
Will Put Young Lady to Sleep
in' Show Window of Hayes
& Speas on Friday
AWAKEN HER SATURDAY
At 8:30 Friday night, Kirma,
nationally-known hypnotist, will
enter the show window of Hayes
Sc Speas Furniture store on West
Main street here, and begin a
novel 24-hour free show.
Kir ma's appearance here is be
ing sponsored by Hayes & Speas
and the performance will be cli
maxed Saturday evening at 8:30
The show is absolutely free and
Kirma guarantees that various
entertainment features will be
presented as late as spectators re
main Friday and all day Satur
The show will open when the
hypnotist attempts to place a
young woman under the complete
spell of hypnosis Friday night at
8:30 o'clock. She will remain in
full view of the audience for a
period of 24 hours.
Saturday afternoon Kirma will
have two extra performances, one
at two o'clock and another at
4:30, and the evening perform
ance at 8:30 o'clock. Kirma will
attempt to place other young
ladies under the spell of complete
hypnosis. The demonstration
will continue the remainder of
the afternoon and early evening.
The young woman will be
awakened at 8:30 o'clock Satur
day evening. Hayes & Speas
company invites the public to at
tend these shows.
Market supplies of hogs will be
substantially smaller next year
than in 1940, but supplies of cat
tle may be larger, predicts the
U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Ec
of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Lind
sey Wall and Lindsey, Jr., were
house guests of Mrs. W. L. Reece
ELKIN, N. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1940
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Kirma, nationally known
hypnotist, will appear at Hayes
& Speas Furniture Company
here Friday and Saturday. He
will attempt to put a young
lady to sleep in the show win
dow of the store, and if suc
cessful, will leave her until
Saturday night at 8:30, when
she will be awakened. He will
give other performances at the
store at various times Saturday.
Report Filed By
Raleigh, Nov., 30—Secretary of
State Thad Eure received today a
report on collections and expend
itures of the North Carolina
Democrats-for-Willkie in the re
cent presidential election cam
Albert L. Butler, Jr., of Elkin,
listed as treasurer of the Willkie
group, filed the report showing
collections of $13,886.75 and ex
penditures for the campaign of
The report was forthcoming
after Eure had threatened earlier
in the week to institute proceed
ings under the corrupt practices
act. Deadline for reports was
Monday, and regular Democratic
and Republican organiza
tions had filed their statements
by that time.
Largest individual contributor
listed by the Democrats-for-Will
kie organization was W. N. Rey
nolds, of Winston-Salem, with
$4,000. Largest expenditure list
ed was $6,358.25 to J. Carson
Brantley Advertising agency, of
Salisbury, for advertising.
The list also includes two mem
bers of the state board of con
servation and development
Thurmond D. Chatham, of Elkin,
with SI,OOO, and James L. Mc-
Nair, of Laurinburg, with S4O.
Other contributors included:
J. E. Mills, of High Point, $200;
W. H. Belk, of Charlotte, $100; J.
N. Weeks, of Winston-Salem,
$500; Albert L. Butler, of Win
ston-Salem, $500; W. A. Neaves,
of Elkin, $600; H. P. Shoffner, of
Winston-Salem, $100; W. Y.
Preyer, of Greensboro, $100; B. E.
Jordan, of Saxapahaw, $100; E.
A. Darr, of Winston-Salem, $650;
T. K. Kirk, of Wilson, $100; O. P.
Stafford, of Greensboro, $100;
Ralph Hanes, of Winston-Salem,
$500; C. McD. Davis, of Wilming
ton, SSO; Ben Cone, of Greens
boro, $250; P. H. Hanes, of Win
ston-Salem, $200; R. M. Hanes,
of Winston-Salem, $500; Ralph
Erskine, of Tryon, $200; W. B.
Kiker, of Reidsvllle, $200; A. L.
Butler, of Elkin, $100; Rufus
Smith, of Kernersville, $100; Cae
sar Cone, of Greensboro, $250. .
Mr. and Mrs. Durid Calloway
and son, Odell, of Winston-Sa
lem, accompanied by Mrs. Callo
way's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Green Holcomb, and Weaver,
Cranford and Clayton Holcomb,
visited in Lenoir and Hickory
Miss Cardie Pardue, of Win
ston-Salem", spent the Thanksgiv
ing holidays the guest of her sis
ters, Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs.
Tom Van Hoy, and families.
Mr. Click Stokes made a busi
ness trip to New Jersey the past
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry
Stokes had as their Thanksgiving
dinner guests Mrs. Lillian Riley,
of Winston-Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernold Henry, Mrs. Ethel Riley
and son, .Rondle Riley, and Miss
Gean Ausbun. Mr. Glenn Wag
oner and Mr. Lee Phillips, of In
dependence, va., were their week
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Snow vis
ited their brother, Mr. Fredric
Snow, and Mrs. Snow, of Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Cline Cooper and
family, of Elkin, visited the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Mrs. Nancy Shore spent r the
past week in Jonesville the guest
of her son, Mr. Lum Shore, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swaim, of
Winston-Salem, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Tucker over the
The food stamp plan for aiding
the market in moving surplus
foods into trade channels has
been extended to Asheville and
the remainder of Buncombe
county, announces the U. s. De
partment of Agriculture.
Butchers say the meat business
has been hurt by the hasty, over
the-counter noon lunch, which
has replaced the old-fashioned
home, mid-day dinner.
There are Domino Hereford
cattle from seven states and
Canada on the V. C. Vaughan
farm in Carroll County.
Thursday - Friday - Saturday
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