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Ir. Mi*. WflA •-BUir^ are
Bda ^aeek in RlehnMHxi,
.TUl^n la J. tiie jclty
- *“*■■ - ‘
raid Ifn. Guy and
friends in Sparta^Bonday.^ ,
I'iiiw Miry EUa H^Creddil * is
Jpjrading a week’s vacation at her
J Itraw in Spartanburg, S. C.
Mr. J. D. Stansberry
;'.^i^adnesday In 'Wllkesboro.
land Post. Aug. 15.
' Mra. Kathryn Wells, of Lenoir.
[.ijMMted relatives in North Wilkes-
Kitty Truitt has gone to
veil. Va., to spend a few
Miss Ruth Cohrai^ is spending
W vacation this week at Crurap-
Mr - ,
Mrs. Edison Holmes
children.'^ of Greeaaboto*'
aitors in the dty Sunday.
MiasfBeati^ !j«h*iui|i has re-
ta^led.^fxc1* Rkluhdnd. Va..
where 'she had been- visiting her
eouiin, Miss fauline'^eadows.
" ■>. .-4.' ■
T Mrs. Frank. MoiariB. of Winston-
Salem, has been spending a few
Mrs. w 'iW. Ashe, of Washing- Mrs. Thomas la.'
ton. IJ^ p.. j surived Satuid^ *" Powl
visit her granddaughter
ston-|||laa. has been-ependlng * |l^.
few at. Qilreath -with
mothe^M^- Rebecca Maflow.
I^^'WILKESBO^. N. C?
- Miss; E. L. r
Gaenpe Hart Wva moved L
into-their reaMeiice on B street,^
It wi^ hh'^Ued thaV the home^
was damaged by’fire a tvyf.
I and Mr^*
days here with her sister, Mrs.
J. Brame. 1
C. l^DiOaM, letaraed ^^™
henlhmt, Wf^horo Isit
to Miss Nellie GowiM^'A iM^t^
Miss the late Calvid J^^OoW&s; dt"
kesboro.—Skyland Port, Aug. IS
Mr. J. E. Phillips, of Cleveland,
Ohio, arrived Saturday to spend Robert,^ of ^Severn,
several weeks with his mother, '' •-
Mrs. Dora Phillips, at Boomer.
Miss Hattie Lee Costner has
returned to her home in lincoln-
ton after a weeks visit here with
her school mate. Miss Alma Shoaf
at A. S. T. C. in Boone.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearson an
nounce the birth of a son, Wil
liam Clyde, II, Monday, August
12, at the Da\hs Hospital in
Miss Elizabeth Faw had as her
^ :^est last week Miss Love Mc-
. -- - ^ - -jpotter, of Bayboro, a schoolmate
1^^ Florence Marlow, of 'Wto- ^ Miss Faw’s at Greensboro Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Ir^' D. Fayne have
as their guest, a ndphew of Mrs.
Pa^e, Ray Bamhardt Winecoff.
Mrs. G. W. Taylor, of Moores-
ville. visited in the home of Dr.
and Mrs. W. A. Taylor here Tues
Guests last week in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Finley were
Mrs. E. W. Worth, of Raleigh,
and Miss Annie Louise Stanton,
Mr. 0. F. Blevins returned to
his home in Wilkesboro Friday
after spending a few days in
Walnut Grave township with rela
tives and friends.
Misses Beatrice Peiirson and | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bullis and
Lucy Pearson and Mr. James
Pearson were visitors in Boone
Miss Johnnie Taylor is spend
ing a week in Greensboro in the
home of her sister, Mrs. Charles
Miss Pauline Church apd Miss
Ruth Attinson spent last week
here with Mr. and Mrs. N. S.
. Mrs. Pres Holder and children,
of Charlotte, are here on a sev-
oqgl days’ visit to Mrs. Holder’s
father, Mr. E. V. Williams.
daughter Rowena, of Wilkesboro,
left Saturday on a week’s visit to
Mr. Bullis’ relatives in Sanford
Mr. Ralph R. Rcirs and family
returned last night from a few
days’ vacation trip to Wrights-
ville Beach. Mr. Reins and family
went to Wrightsville Friday.
Miss Bessie Griffing returned
to her home in Helena, Arkansas,
today after spending two weeks
here with her brother, Mr. A. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Minton
and son. Dean, of this city, and
Mrs. Julia Nichols, of Purlear,
left Saturday for a few days’ vis-
Mrs. C. G. Day, daughter, Lou
ise, and little son, Jerry, ^ vis- oaiuruuy iu* = .c
iting Mrs. Day’s parents in Wil-1 relatives at Sanfofd.
son, N. C. t „ ,.r , r
I Mr. and Mrs, Dudley Nelson, of
Mr. A. F. Kilby and family and 1 Lenoir, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bishop,
R. P. Casey and family are | Patterson, were guests last
spending the week at Carolina Sunday of Misses M. E. and Vic
Mr. W. J. Allen, manager of the
-New Orpheum Theatre, was a
business visitor to Charlotte to
Mr. T. H. 'Williams, proprietor
of the Williams Motor Co., was
in Charlotte Monday looking aft
er business n;atters.
Mrs. C. E. Wagner and son,
Billy Smoot, of Lenoir, Misse.s
Verna and Joan Joines and Mr.s.
! toria Nichols, Wilkesboro route 1.
Miss Addle Lee Pardue and Mr.
Lloyd Pardue, of Charlotte, spent
the week-end at Moravian Falls
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. Pardue.
Mrs. Frances Lankford Hen
derson is recovering from a major
operation performed at a States
ville hospital on August 12.
friends will be glad to learn.
. Mrs. Richard Sloop and Mr.
C. B.' Laye and children, of Bel | gjHj Brame returned to Wash-
’ ington, D. C., Sunday after
spending last week here with
their parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. M.
Air, Maryland, spent last week
svyith E. G. Smoot at Moxley.
it TABLE AND JUICE
In your container at orchard
o. P. Brrtholl
MCmAVlAN PALLS, N, C,
Joe McCoy, Jr.
j Jr., Ted Hulet and Robert Wood Player of Lake City, S. C.
Finley were on a camping trip at
Elk Knob, Ball Mountain and oth
Mrs. J. B. Stephenson, and son,
Mrs. Stephenson’s' sister here,
Mrs. Genio Cardwell. The Steph
ensons spent several sdays last
week with Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Elements, of Greensboro on the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stroud’and
son, Ray, of Wilkesboro, and Mi^
and Mrs. James Armstrong, of
Winston-Salem, left Saturday on
an automobile trip to Washing
ton, D. C„ New York, and other
interesting pUces in that part of
the country; H "
Mr. Harley Greene and family
are expected to arrive the latter
part of the week to visit rela
tives and friends in the county.
Mr.s. Greene is remembered here
as Miss Emma Sraoak, being the
daughter of the late D. E. Sinoak.
Dr. W. A. Jenkins, former pas
tor of the North Wilkesboro Meth
odist church, and now located at
Chapel Hill, spent Wednesday and
Thursday with Dr. W. F. Jones.
On Thursday they went fishing in
the Linvllle section and had a very
successful day, catching 16, the
largest being 18 inches in length.
Rev. and Mrs. Parker Holmes,
of Forest City, spent the week
end here in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Gwyn. Rev Holmes, a
former pastor of the North Wil
kesboro Methodist church, preach
ed at the church Sunday morning
at the 11 o’clock hour. Mr. and
Mrs. Edison Holmes and two
children, of Greensboro, and Dr.
and Mrs. George Holmes, of Win
ston-Salem, came up for the day
Sunday and also Were guests of
SCOUT~TROOP 36 TO
LEAVE FOR CAMP
Scoutmaster Gordon Finley, ac
companied by Blair Gwyn, Ed
ward Finley and Rufus Morrow,
will leave tomorrow with ten
members of Presbyterian Boy
Scout troop 36 for a week’s camp
ing trip at Topsail Sound, 20
miles north of Wilmington.
The Scouts to go on the trip are
Bob Finley, Pat Williams. Jr.,
Joe McCoy, Jr., Sam Vickery,
Edward McNeill, Lewis and Rob
ert Meade, Ted and Bill Hulet
and Ray Cashion.
Two Killed At Fayetteville
Fayetteville, Aug. 18. — Two
week-end automobile fatalities
had occurred tonight. Both were
cases of pedestrians struck by
motorists. Arthur Augustus Willi
ford, 38, died in a local hospital
early this afternoon when he
stepped into the Dunn highway
Pat Williams, in front of a truck driven by C. T.
Mrs. Addie West died on the
way to a hospital last night after
er points near Boone from Wed- being injured by a hit-and-run
nesday until Saturday. ’ ’ -- j -
Mrs. S. F. Ingram and son.
Bill Ingram, of Pageland. S. C.,
were gfuests for a few days last
week of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver
Starr. Mrs. Starr is a daughter of
Mrs. John Mahon and twin
daughters, Clara and Ann. of
Jonesboro, Tenn., are visiting
I Mrs. Mahon’s parents, Mr. and
1 Mrs. O. F. Blevins, m Wiikes-
I Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of^De-
Icatnr, Ga., was a guest of Miss
j Julia Finley for several daj^ last
1 week. Miss Simpson went to
Charlotte Sunday where she
I visit until Tuesday when she
‘ be. joined by Miss Finley, who
will accompany her home for a
I visit at Decatur with Miss Simp-
driver on the Cedar Creek road.
Henry Whitehead, negrro, the driv
er, was apprehended and placed in
Williford’s injuries at first did
not appear to be serious and
Player was released. He will be
required to return Here for an
inquest, Coroner W. C. Davis said,
evidence obtained by investigat
ing officers tended to show Play
er was not to blame.
Elders Roby Johnson and Ra-
mond Dancy will preach Saturday
at noon and Sunday at eleven o’
clock at Rock Springs church.
le communion will be observed
Sunday. The public is invited to
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BORAH LEADS IN POLL
FOR WESTERN STATES
Washington, Aug. 18.—An
nouncement of greater Republican
efforts to win the west In 19JI^
coincided today with word that
Senator Borah, of Idaho, still
leads the Lucas poll for ^jresiden-
Next in ranking afteir Borah
were two midwesterners,. Col.
Prank Knox, of Illinois, and Gov
ernor Landon. of Kansas.
Chairman Henry P Fletcher of |
the national committee,. disclosed |
it soon will establish joint head
quarters in Chicago with the mid
west Republican conference, the
agency that promoted the June
"grass roots” gathering at Spring-
"A program of Intensified and
co-ordinated Republican activity
in the western states has been
worked out,” he said.
Robert H. Lucas, director for
the national committee in the
Hoover administration, tabulated
the standings of his Independent
pell of 2,600 county G. O. P.
chairmen and others.
Victim Of Shooting*
Salisbury, Aug. 18.—Dan Beas
ley, of Long street, and Jake
Sloan, of Park avenue, white men,
are in the Lowery hospital suffer
ing from bullet wounds received
last night when they were shot by
Buie Sowers, proprietor of a
barbecue stand and dance hall two
miles south of the city. Beasley
has two wounds in the leg, one
above and one below^ the knee
while Sloan was shot in the side
of his back. The men are resting
well today and it is said neither
is seriously injured. The shooting
is said to have been provoked by
the two men who attacked Sowers
and threatened to tear down the
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New Residential Rate One and Nine-tenths
Cents Per Hoar
It now cost only Ic to
make 37 pieces of toast.
Hot, crisp , toast made
nght at the table. Ev
eryone in the family
will appreciate this.
Nickel finish, pleasing
design and so economi
cal to operate.
THE ELECTRIC IRON
New Residential Rate One and Four-fifths
Cents Per Hour
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the past flva or six years
and i*e if you don’t think
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