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/4flmr»day, December 12, 1940
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Marion Allen and Henry Dob
son spent Wednesday in Raleigh,
attending to business matters.
A. O. Bryan spent Friday in
Aiken, S. C., attending to busi
Wilbur Carter returned Monday
from a visit with his father, Ed
R. Carter, in Eustis, Fla.
Mrs. W. W. Whitaker and Mrs.
Errol Hayes attended the Beas
ley-Brooke wedding In Pilot
Mr. and Mrs. J. Coke Marion
spent Sunday at Siloam, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hugh
Miss Artelee Puett, of Winston-
Salem, was the week-end guest of
Miss Betty Allen, at her home on
Dr. E. G. Click attended a din
ner meeting of the district
dental society in Winston-Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Gaither W.
Draughan of Boonville announce
the birth of a son on December 3,
G. H. Dortch, Sr., of Raleigh,
was the guest the early part of the
week of Mr, and Mrs. Gavin
Dortch at their home here.
Frank Baltz of Philadelphia,
was the guest Wednesday of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Neaves, at their
home on Bridge street.
Miss Helen Patterson, of States
ville, was the guest Sunday of
Mrs. Fred Colhard, at her home
on Church street.
Miss Mable Dobbins of Level
Cross and Miss Audrey Blevins of
Dobson, were the guests recently
of Miss Lucy Dobbins in Boonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brown and
son, Gordon, returned Thursday
from a visit of several weeks with
Mr. Brown's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Wade Brown, in Princeton, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vance, of
Winston-Salem, were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Graham at their home on Ter
Mrs. Ruth Gwyn Parks is ex
pected to return this week from
a visit of several days with her
sister. Miss Annie Yancey Gwyn,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Holcomb
and daughter and son, Sarah and
Hugh, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Holcomb's aunt, Mrs. N. Glenn
Williams, at Lewisville.
Miss Nancy Click left Sunday
for a visit of two weeks in New
York City and New Haven, Conn.
In New Haven she will visit her
sister, Miss Sarah Click, a stu
dent at Yale School of Drama.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Chat
ham, of Stanleytown, Va., were
the week-end guests of Mr. Chat
ham's mother, Mrs. Rich Chat
ham, at her home on East Main
Mrs. George Fulton, of Roan
oke, Va., was the guest Sunday
and Monday of her father, W. J.
Snow, and her sister, Mrs. Lucille
Snow Richardson, at their home
on Gwyn avenue.
The Entire Family Will Enjoy
Pine Foods in a Wide Variety to
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Elkin, N. C.
MAKE IT A POINT TO DINE WITH
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Shugart an
nounce the birth of a son at
Hugh Chatham Memorial hospi
tal on December 5, 1940.
Wyman Poor of New York is
here visiting his parents, Mr. and
F. L. Poor, on Church street. His
wife will join him next week to
spend the holidays here with Mr.
and Mrs. Poor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neaves had
as their guests Tuesday at their
home on Bridge Street, Jack
Clark, Joe Myers and Mr. Ross, of
Chicago, and John Eller, of Win
Prank Walker and Claude Mc-
Neill, Jr., students at Wake Forest
College, are expdfcted to arrive
Saturday for a week-end visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Walker and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Lieut. David Brown arrived
Friday from Whitmore, Calif.,
where he has been in command
of a CCC camp for several
months. He will spend a 60-day
furlough here with his family,
after which he will leave for
camp, where he will be In the reg
Miss Elizabeth McNeill, of this
city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. McNeill, and a freshman at
Meredith College, Raleigh, played
the part of Lady Parsley in the
Little Theatre major fall produc
tion, "Lady Windermere's Pan,"
in the college auditorium. Miss
McNeill is also a member of the
staging committee for the Christ
mas play at the college.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deßorde
and son, Zain, arrived Tuesday
from Spokane, Wash., to make
El kin their home. Mr. Deßorde
is a native of North Carolina and
has many friends here who will
be pleased to know of his return
to his native state to reside. This
is his first trip to North Carolina
in 14 years. He has resided in
Washington for the past 31 years.
Mrs. Deßorde is a native of the
Miss Geraldine Couch, of this
city, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L.
C. Couch, and a student at Mere
dith College, is a member of the
college choir of 80 voices which
presented the annual concert of
Christmas music on Sunday at
the college auditorium. The
choral group will sing at Sanford
on the evening of December 15
and on SUnday evening, Decem
ber 16, will broadcast from the
stage of the college auditorium.
WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hospi
tal during the past week: Mrs.
T. H. Shugart, Elkin; Mrs. Etta
Hemric, Ronda; Mrs. Florence
Buelin, Elkin; Mrs. Etaree Wal
ters, Jonesville; Mrs. Martha
Burchette, Jonesville; Mrs. Ivory
Wood, Dobson; E. R. Cheek, Elk
in; Charles N. Bodenheimer,
Elkin; Opal Wagoner, Jonesville;
G, E. Wilmoth, Jonesville; Mrs.
Hallie Surette, Mt. Airy; Wiley F?
Weatherman, Jonesville; Mrs.
Martha Wray, Mt. Airy; Mrs.
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Patients dismissed during the
week were; Rev. Ebenezer Myers,
Lenoir; Mamie Bond, Mt. Airy;
Mrs. Martha Key; Mrs. Mary
Cheek; Dencie Shore, Jonesville;
Ida Jane Groce, Cana; Mrs. Myr
tle Southard, Jonesville; Mrs.
Bessie Toague, Pilot Mountain;
Guy Shugart, Boonville; Pansy
Hutchins, Boonville; Bill Taylor,
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W. G. CARTER TO GO
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Wilbur G. Carter, who has been
with the White Swan Laundry
here for the past eight years, will
leave Elkln the first of the year
to accept a position with the Tal
ley Laundry Machinery Co., in
The local laundry, whose mod
em new plant is now in the
final stages of construction, will
be under the management of
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