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Miss Faye Jotoes of Sparta, is
spending a few days with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. Jettie Matthews, who 1s a
teacher to the Davidson county
school system, visited her sister,
Mrs. R. M. Fletcher, recently.
She is now visiting a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cheek, of Whitehead, to Alle
Harold Jotoes, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. Jotoes, visited Mr. and
and Mrs. Fletcher, as he was on
his way home at Sparta, to spend
the Christmas holidays with his
parents. He is a junior at the
University of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen Am
burn are spending the Christmas
holidays with Mr. Amburn's
brother, John Amburn, of At
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Amburn are
spending the Christmas season
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barker,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones, Jr.,
teachers to the Landis schools,
and Miss Pauline Jones, teacher
to the Gibsonville school, are
spending this week with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther
Jones, and Kathertoe. Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Poinderter of North
Wilkesboro, were the Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
Mr. Bennett Barber, of Win
ston-Salem, was the Sunday guest
of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Dobbins.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Transou, and
Hal, Jr., of Winston-Salem, were
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g Time-worn words, but the most * 9
s appropriate of them all. When
m we say "Merry Christmas" you
S can be sure that it is expressed K
w with genuine appreciation of its S
ffi true meaning. 58
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John Ma.vberry, Mgr.
I TO EVERYONE I
At this glad season of the year
we pause to wish everyone of
Stf our friends and customers a
most Joyous Christmas and a
wj Happy, Prosperous New Year.
jX Every Sinclair Service Man m
joins in this wish for you.
1 H.P.GRAHAM f
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£ Sinclair Refining Co.
3 Elkin, N. C.
the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Transou and family.
Frances Woodhouse has re
turned from Atlanta," where he
spent several weeks visiting his
uncle. Bright Woodhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Speas and
daughter, Cornelia, and Miss Mol
lie Lou Cox were the guests Sim
day of Mr. and Mrs. Ott Coram
and children, to Winston-Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin
are spending a few days visiting
Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dickson, at Silas Creek, in
The following college students
arrived to Boonville this week
end to spend the holiday season
with their parents: Messrs. Hugh
Transou, of Wake Forest college,
and Billy Brendle of Mars Hill,
and Misses Joy and Jean Riden,
of Woman's College, at Greens
boro, and Misses Cam Shore of
Duke, and Lucille Fletcher,, of
Brevard, and Edith Spencer and
Kathleen Vestal, of A. S. T. C.,
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Hayes and
children, Errol, Jr., and Eleanor,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whita
ker, of Elkin, were the Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Hayes and family.
Mr. Henry Craver, who has
been a patient at Baptist hospi
tal for several weeks, has return
ed to his home, his many friends
will be glad to note.
Mrs. Amanda Coram, wife of
the late Rev. R. P. Coram, is
confined to her home, due to ill-
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C. W. Shirley, 31, of Austin, Indiana, was almost instantly killed about noon Thursday when
the huge truck, pictured above, left the highway at "Dead Man's Curve," three miles south of Brooks
Cross Roads, and crushed him in the wreckage of the cab. Driven by George F. Patterson, of Indian
apolis, the heavy "tractor-trailer" jackknifed to plow into a field at the left of the highway, the trailer
falling upon the cab to pin Shirley against th*. dashboard. The body of Shirley is covtred by the
white sheet shown at right of photo, which was made prior to the arrival of the Yadkin county
coroner.— (Tribune Photo.)
ness. Mrs. Coram has been In
I ill health for the past several
months and her condition is de
scribed as being recurrent from
her other illness.
Miss Pauline Stinson will arrive
Wednesday from Richmond, Va.,
to spend a few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stin
son. Miss Edith Stinson, of
Winston-Salem, spent the past
week-end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Steelman
had as their Sunday guests Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Atwater of Bur
lington, Mr. and Mrs. Freer Ad
ams, of Elkin, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Steelman and children of
Winston-Salem, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gillis Stinson and daughter,
also of Winston-Salem.
The following teachers are
spending their Christmas vaca
tion at their homos here: Misses
Carmen Frye of Cherryville; Pau
line Jones of Gibsonville; Mary
Speer of Jamestown; Virginia
Anne Craver of near Greenville,
N. C.; Ruby Fleming of Wilson;
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Brown of
m CSzgSyj'lt is with true appreciation of m
fjY the fine patronage that you
5Y have extended us in the past year that A*
we pause at this glad time of the year TO
jj& to. express our sincere good wishes for
% a most enjoyable Christmas and a sue- K*
Jj, cessful New Year.
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2$ Kenneth Greene ' Elkin, N. C.
H wish you a Merry 3
ChiMmas and extend 2
8 to you our wishes 2
jjp for a Happy and IProsp
% . erous new year, x n «* X
I ELKIN BOTTLING CO. I
C. A. McNeill Elkin, N. C. j§
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE. BLrflN. WORTH CAROLINA
Sandy Ridge, and Miss Emily
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooks and
daughter, Vernie, of Kannapolis,
were the guests this week of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Brooks and fam
Mr. Ford Hudler is visiting his
parents at Lomax, Wilkes coun
ty, this week.
Bobby Lee of Raleigh, is visit
ing his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Speas.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Deal and
daughter, Frances, returned to
day from a visit with Mr. Deal's
relatives at Statesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Finney
and daughter, of Winston-Salem,
were the week-end guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Finney.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ben Martin
and son, of Orlando, Florida,' ar
rived here the past week to
spend a vacation with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Shore, parents of Mrs.
Martin, who before her marriage
was- Miss Bertha Pearl Shore.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coram are
spending this week with Mr. and
and Mrs. Abrams, parents of
Mrs. Coram, at Pine Tops.
Mrs. M. V. Fleming left Satur
day for Zebulon, where she will
spend several days with' her
daughter, Mrs. Z. V. Whitley and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hobson vis
ited relatives at Dobson Sunday.
Friends of Mr. M. C. Jones will
be glad to know that he returned
home from Wilkes hospital in
North Wilkesboro on Wednesday
of last week and is getting along
nicely, though he is still confined
to his room.
Mrs. A. B. Pardue made a busi
ness trip to North Wilkesboro last
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bell and
Miss Patsy Ruth Myers visited
Mrs. Bell's mother, Mrs. R. E.
Darnell, and her little grand
daughter, Louise Smith, last Wed
Mrs. J. H. Burchette and little
son, Jimmy, spent Wednesday
night in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Burchette at Cling
Miss Vivian Mae Blackburn
visited her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Ovid Blackburn, in Elk
in Thursday night and Friday.
Mrs. E. C. Sparks made a busi
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ll t£ CHRISTMAS
f ) We have appreciated
Mi * jgf your patronage during
VI i nni7 '- the past year and hope
HAPPY 10 see yOU around a lot
1 * V\ % during the year to come!
I mrfjl- - *3fT Bfay jtfni enjoy a very
\ ~ Merry Christmas and
|«**i mi \ may the New Year be
YEAR! good to you all!
Lucky Break Pool Room
GENE ELLER, Manager
j ELKIN, N. C.
ness trip to North Wilkesboro last
Mr. "Bob" Crumpleri was the
supper guest of his sister, Mrs.
Jim Poplin, and Mr. Poplin, who
live near Macedonia Baptist
church, on Wednesday evening of
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Edwards
made a business trip to Winston-
Miss Edna Hanks, of Klkln,
spent a few days here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Hanks, and other relatives the
latter part of last week.
Miss Sallie Blackwood, of Win
ston-Salem, was a visitor in the
home of her sister, Mfs. Carl
Hendrix, Saturday evening.
We're wishing everyone & Mer
ry Christmas and a happy and
prosperous New Year.
1 AND BEST WISHES FOR THE jg
| New Year
For your liberal patronage during the past we are c*
truly grateful. May your Christmas prove the best Q
£§ ever and may the New Year bring you every hap- W
]|y piness and abundant prosperity. m
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g V. L. Renegar, Mgr. g
A Texas converting
watermelon Juifce Into a syrup by
pressing the juice from the meat
and bojling it down, ten gallons
of juice making one gallon of
deep red syrup.
Farmers of the United States
are now passing up every year
$150,000,000 of Income that could
be realized through better man
agement of farm woods, says the
U. S. Forest Service.
Borrowing the other fellow's
thoughts is like borrowing his
clothes. You get something that
neither fits or becomes you.
If you are coasting you may be
sure you are going down hill.