^ THE JOUENAL.PA'mOT,%ORTH miJKESBOR(^
MISS MAMIB SOGKWELU Editor
Ik school dlTislon ot tbo'
' St. 'Oseril* Hasic club -was de-
MSSthillT' 'entertained last Tues-
dhv evenUs, by Arthur and Con-
>!• Lowe nt the home ot their
^Wrenta, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
/ An InterestinK program on
‘ JUncirican music was given un-
'Mer- the direction of the club
. Mmnselor,* Mrs. R E. Prevette.
.'lUei Ruth Hulcher gave a brief
hletor; of “Early American
JIulc”. and Tom Story discussed
'’American Music and Musicians
ot Today.’’ Piano composiUons by
American composers were played
'Iff Mieses Eda Phillips, Connie
^U>ire, Constance Smithey, Row-
,ooa Bullis, Josie Pearson, Ruth
' Joinea and Master George Ogilvie.
'Solos were sung by Misses Iva
' Th"w and Agnes Pearson.
' During the business session thj
club president. Miss Iva Paw,
announced the purchase of a
“Graves’ Dictionary,” an encyclo
pedia of music in six volumes, to,
l>e used by the members in their
music study and preparation of
program material. Eleven new
members were welcomed into the
At the Close of the program,
Mrs. Lowe and daughter, Miss
Beulah, served delicious refresh
ments in which the Halloween
motif was accentuated. Favors
Trere Halloween caps and candles.
Amid the dim light of Jack-o-lau-
terns progressive ghost stories
were told and other Halloween
games enjoyed. Guests were
Mr. James Larkin Pearson and
Miss Elizabeth Neal.
Hie North WUke^oro, Metii-
'odist Auxiliary will AMCt Tnics*
day afternoon at S;w. ^clock
at the church hnt.
The Episcopal Auxiliary
meets Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o^dock with Mrs. Hill
The Wilkesboro Methodist
Missionary Society meets Tues-
dajr afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
with Mrs. A. R. Gray.
'The FHtlP^iy Circle of the
Wilkeabo^ MetKodlst church
meets ■ gening at 8
o’clock with Mhis' Helen Wink-
Mra. C. B. Eller Is
Hostess At Luncheon
As a courtesy to her house-
guest, Mrs. Wayne Eller, of Blue-
fleld, W. Va., .Mrs. C. B. Eller
w^ hostess at a lovely luncheon
at her home on Fifth street Fri-
BE SURE TO SEE THE
NEW 1936 MODEL
BEFORE YOU BUY
Refrigerators, Electrical .Sup
plies. Motor Rewinding
North tVilke.sboro, N. C.
Lady Took Cardui
• When Weak, Nervou«
*I can’t say enough for Cardui if
1 talked all day,” enthusiastically
writes Mrs. L. H. Cald-
jrell, of Statesville, N. C.
"I have used Cardui at
Intervals for twenty-five
i years,” she adds. “My
'trouble In the beginning
I' ■^nras weakiiess and ner-
' yousness. I read of Car-
"dui in a newspaper and
decided right then to tr>’it. Itseeme^
before I hud taken half a bottle of
• Cardui I nas stronger and was soon
np and around.”
^ Thousftsdj ot women vestlfy Ctrd'oi bene-
i ' flted them. If It does not benefit YOU,
• eonsolt > idiveletan.
! Mothers read this:
The four circles of the Pres-
bjterian .Auxiliary will meet
Tuesday' with the following as
Circle No. 1, Mrs. Ruby
Pendley, 7:30 p. m.
tNrcle -No. 2, Mrs. Lincoln
Spainhour, 8 p. m.
Circle No. S, Mrs. J. C. SIc-
Diarmid, .3:30 p. ni.
Circle No. 4, .Mrs. F. C. For
ester, .3:30 p. 111.
ci^b and of the Qower ebow that
was sponsored tba ohtb the last
ot September. ' In the shpw '’“dl
entries were mads with dS.girlsef
being awordsd, prises being db^
nated by the merchants and busi
ness men ot the city. Proceeds
of .the show netted the club the
sum of 141.17, |26 of which has
b^n given to the Woman’s club
towards the clubhouse fund, and
111.60 worth of shrubbery
purchased from Mr. Ployd Jen
nings’ nursery. on the Brushy
mountain for the rock garden.
Th.» garden department is so
liciting subscriptions to the Mc
Call and American Home maga
zines, the commission from this
to be given to the Woman’s club.
The club will be glad to take
your renewals or . new subscrip
The next meeting of the club
is scheduled for February.
The 'Fidcli.'t class of the
First liaptist church will meet
Tuesu.i.v evening at 7:30 o’-
clwk af the home of Mrs.
The Woman’s Missionary So
ciety of the First Baptist
churcli mect.s this evening
(.Monday) at 7:.30 o’clock at
the home of .Mrs. J. E. .Spain-
day. tempting three-course
luncheon was served at one
o’clock with covers laid for
twelve at the dining table and
two small ones. Centerpieces for
the table.s were bowls of chrys
anthemums and throughout the
home fall blos.soms were used in
profusion. Following the lunch
eon the guests spent sometime in
a sewing period. To Iionoree
the hostess presented a heautifnl
Miss Helen Irvin Is Feted
At Birthday Party
Miss Christine Irvin entertain
ed at s birthday party at her
home on Kensington Drive last
Thursday afternoon honoring her
sister, Helen Irvin, on her thir
teenth birthday anniversary. The
girls were led in a number of
games and contests by Miss Irvin,
assisted by Miss Myrtle Norris.
Winning prizes in the contests
were Mildred Williams and Bessie
A huge white cake topped in
blue candles centered the birth
day table. An ice course was
served with blue baskets filled
with assorted candles given as
favors. Those who came to cele
brate the occasioik^ with Helen
were Alice Cassel, Jean Moore,
Betty Hill, Mildred Williams,
Maigaret Hendren. Peggv Fores
ter Alice Wells, Bessie Lee An
derson and Grace Frank Kilby.
With an attandMiea of around
tort/,tieinbaM a most enthviias-^
tie nfe^ing was held by iha WJI-
keoboro Womans?' club Prijibtr
afternoon at the home af
W. White With Mrs. jnUiuk
bard and Mrs. A. R. Gray as as
sociate hostesses.For . the busi
ness period the chair was occu
pied by the president, Mrs. G. B.
Cowles. It was announced, that
the building of the community
house, on the lot donated by
Mrs. F. G. Holman, bad been ac
cepted as a PWA project. Nine
new members were received into
the club. . .,
The program, made up mostly
of musical numbers, which fol
lowed the business session was
listened to with marked interest.
Selections were rendered by Mrs.
R. E. Prevette and Miss Ursula
Blevins, and Mrs. R. O. Finley
in her own pleasing manner made
a fine talk on public recreation.
Elizabeth Neel, Frances Kennedy
and Bertha Jean Myers, pupils of
Mrs. Finley, delighted the mem
bers with some songs and dances.
Mrs. C. F. Morrison, a mem
ber of the club who has been
sick for sometime, was remem
bered at the meeting with a'
fruit shower. A huge pumpkin
was filled with all kinds of de
licious fruits and. .presented to
Light refreshments were serv
ed at the close of the afternoon
during a pleasant social hour.
Methodist Young People
Enjoyed Haloween Party
Among the very gay parties for
the younger social set was the
Halloween party enjoyed by the
Methodist young people of the
city at the church hut Thursday
evening. Throughout the even
ing games and contests, directed
by Misses Marianna Cassel and
Lilly Mae Kelly, kept the spirit
ot the festive occasion. Amuse
ments causing much excitment
and fun were the reading of palms
by .Miss Toby Turner and visit
ing the great Hall of .Mystery.
•Approximately 20 young people
were present and were served
light refreshments during the
Miss Blanche Hall Is
Hostess to B. Y. P. U. Group
Witches, goblins and other
weird creatures said to inhabit
the earth during the Halloween
season gathered at the home of
Blanche Hall, daughter of Mr
and .Mrs. John Hall, Monday
evening for a Hallow'ecn party.
Guests were members of the
B. y. P. U. group, of which Miss
Shirley Foster is leader. There
was a parade during which the
costumes were proudly exhibited
and winning prizes were Alice
Wells for the nicest costume and
Mable Kilby for the tackiest.
Games and contests occupied the
children for some time, after
which light refreshments
served. About fourteen
Mrs. I. E. Pearson
Is Club Hostess Friday
A pleasant evening was spent
togetlier by the members of the
f A CONSTIPATED child is so easily
' A itraightened out, it’s a pity more
mothers don’t know the remedy.
A liouid laxative is the answer,
mothers. The answer to ad yo«5
3 worries over const^ation. A liqtud
t f measured, the dose can
' exactly suited to any age or ne^.
^ i^nce the dose, each Ume unui
1. Se bowels are moving of their own
accord and need no help. , ,
^ This treatment will succeed with
h? i.b»»tte us'V'iAj Vo„“
.HruUy a million
VC no other kind
N. W. Garden Department
Met Last Monday
,Mr:i. IV. Jone-s, .Mrs. I. F,.
Pearson aiul -Mrs. It. M. Brarae
ronit)ined ho.spitaliiy to the mein-
lieis of the North Wilkesboro
Carden club at tlie home of the
former on Monday afternoon. A
large inimher of the members
were lU'esent and at the close of
the meeting a pleasant social
lionr and delieioii.s refreshment
Due to the aliseiice of the presi-
dent, .Mrs. (Tial McNeil, the
meetin.g was presided over by
.Mrs. F. Fore.ster. with a num
ber of important matters coming
up for discussion. I’ians for the
rock garden and the planting of
it was discussed. Tlie clul) is
making a rock garden at the rail
road crossing on number 60, just
abovn tile dei>ot. and anyone
wishing to donate rocks for this
purpose, it will lie greatiy appre
ciated tiy the dill).
.Mrs. W, J. Allen gave a fine
report of the year's work of the
A wedding ot much interest to
a host of friends and relatives
was tliat of Miss Anna Lee Jar
vis when she became the bride
of Mr. Walter Carter, of Sanford.
They were married Saturday
night. October 26, S;30, at York,
The bride is an attractive
young daughter ot Mr. and .Mrs.
T. B. Jarvis of Wilkesboro. The
groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Carter, of Sanford. They
are spending some time with his
parents at Sanford and will lat-
make their home in this city.
A Three Days’ Cough
Is Your Danger Signal
No matter how many medicines
you have tried for your cough, chest
cold or bronchial irritation, you can
get relief now with Creomulslon.
Serious trouble may be brewing and
you cannot afford to take a chance
with anything less than Creomul-
sion, which goes right to the seat
of the trouble to aid nature to
soothe and heal the inflamed mem
branes as the germ-laden phlegm
is loosened and expelled.
Even if other remedies have
failed, don’t be discouraged, your
druggist is authorized to guarantee
Creomulslon and to reftmd your
money if you are not satined with
results from the very first boMJe.
Get Creomulslon right now. (Advj
Wilkesboro, N. C.
Phones 85 - 228-M
Wednesday Sewing Club
Met With Mrs. Coffey
Chrysaiilliemum.-i and colorful
berries made a festive setting for
tlio members of the Wednesday
Sowing clu!) and a tew other
guests when tliey were entertain
ed Wednesday afternoon by .Mrs.
C. I). Coffey, Jr., at her home on
.Memorial -Avenue. Knitting was
the chief occupation during the
sewing period and at the close
tile hostess, with tlie assistance
of Mrs. L. M. Nelson, Mrs. T. A.
Finley and .Miss Elizabeth Fin
ley, served a salad course follow
ed by sweet.'?.
NOTICE OK RE-SALE OE REAL
Norili Carolina, IVilkcs Coun
Having lieen appointed cora-
misioner by an order of the Su
perior court to sell certain lands
described in a irartitioning pro
ceedings by F. J. McDuffie, Ad
ministrator of J. W. Dyer, de-
cea.scd, and having sold the said
lands at public sale on the 21st
day of October, 1935, and an up
set bid having been filed:
I will therefore, on the 20th
day of November, 1935, at the
hour of 1 o’clock, p. m., offer for
sale to the highest bidder for
cash at the court house door in
Wilkesboro, N. C., the following
described tract of land, to-wit:
Adjoining the lands of J. W.
Church, L. N. Triplett and others
and bounded as follows, viz: Be
ginning at a ledge or rock on L.
N. Triplett's corner, rims down
the creek to the mouth of the
branch, then up the branch
to the mouth of the spring
branch, up the said branch
to a wild cherry above the
spring: then east to the big
branch up said branch to a large
walnut stump, runs north to a
small persimmon, runs eastward
to a stake near the stable, north
a marked line to Z. W. Church’s
line: then with said Church’s line
various courses to the beginning.
Containing 50 acres more or less.
Excluded from this description
is a tract of land deeded to Lil
lian Dyer in Book 147, page 586,
and also a tract of land deeded to
J. W. Dyers in book 147, page
584, leaving a balance of approxi
mately 23 acres more or less.
Done this 4th day ot Novem
KYLE HAYES, '
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
North Carolina, Wilkes Coun
Pursuant to tlie power of sale
contained in a certain judgment
of the Superior Court of Wilkes
County in the ease of The Fed
eral Land Hank of Columbia,
plaintiff, versus Mark King.
.Aiiianda King, John King, .Mrs.
John King, Jenkins Mardw-are
Company and Dewey Jennings,
defendants, in which judgment
the undersigned was appointed
commissioner t o sell certain
lands, and by virtue ot the power
of .sale contained in said order
the undersigned eominissionor
will expose to sale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder at Uie
Cotirlhoiise door in Wilkesboro,
North Carolina, on Monday, the
4th day of December, 1935, at
twelve o’clock, noon, the follow
ing described lands lying and be
ing in Wilkes county, and more
particularly described and defin
ed as follows;
All that certain piece, parcel
or trad of land, cpiilaiiiing 4 6
acres, more or less, situate, lying
and being on the Township Road,
six and a half miles northwest
of North Wilkesboro, in Mulber
ry Township, County of Wilkes
and State of Nortli Carolina, hav
ing such shape, metes, courses
and distances as will more fully
ajipeur by reference to a plat
thereof made by L. B. Myers,
Ex-County Surveyor, on the 31st
day of -liay, 1924. and attached
to the alislract now on file with
the Federal Land Bank of Colum
bia, and the same beiift bounded
on the north by the'lands of
.Martin Shatley: on the east by
the lands of A. E. WJugler; on
the south by the lands of F. .M.
Adams, on the west by the Lank
ford lands and others. This is
the same two tracts of land here
tofore conveyed to .Amanda King
by H. R. Taylor and wife, by
deed dated the 19th day of No
vember, 1923, and recorded in
the office of the Register of
Deeds for Wilkes County, No
vember 21, 1923, in Book 133,
The terms of sale are one-half
cash upon confirmation of said
sale by the Court, the balance on
credit, payable in two equal an
nual installments, with interest
thereon from date of the sale at
the rate of six Pef cent (6 per
cent) per annum. No bid will be
accepted unless its maker shall
deposit with the commissioner at
the close of the bidding the sum
of One Hundred Dollars ($100)
as a forfeit and guaranty of his
compliance with his bid, the same
to be credited on his bid when
Notice is now given that said
lands will be re-sold immedi
ately at the same place at the
same terms on the same day un
less said deposit is made. Every
deposit not forfeited nor ac
cepted will be promptly return
ed to the maker upon expiration
of the time allowed by law for
filing of advance or upset bid.
This sale will be made subject
to the confirmation of the Court.
This the 4th day of November,
ll-25-4t ' ■ ConnlilMioner.
- *Tt ■
Tdft and Toplca qtnb Friday
iir$. I. E. Pearion was bos-
teM to club sjidia trkj of risltors
9% bar borne on Sixth street. Pre-
eedlnt the^Honr ot bny bidid-
^roitc the guesu Were Mired ':4fh
retreshmeate by the ..
.t|M^':^^ts other than
fnembers wera Mra. R.'E.
Louise Vyne. Cbrysahth^imis
and .cinnias made lovel'y decOg^,
tions for the home. "
Misa^Lacie Prevette Is
The'inembers of the Wilkes
boro., fridge' elnb were delightful
ly entei;^lned Friday evening by
Mias La^e Prevette when she
was hostess, at two tables of
bridge. Winner of high score
prise was Miss Elizabeth Blevins.
After the removal ot cards the
hostess was aided by her sister,
Miss Cynthia Prevette, in serving
a dainty salad and sweet course.
Oa Diaidar Cm-
fvpaay In Car
litwas^ W - '^ia4«*
thaO l,'0S0,^9sopl4.yMted daddy
MOtOi^’Companyi Chevrolet.. deaF
Mrs. C. D. Coffey, Jr.
Hostess To Bridge Club
Mrs. C. D. Coffey, Jr., was
charming hostess to the mem
bers of her bridge club at her
home on Memorial Avenue Fri
day afternoon. Two tables were
arranged for play against a back
ground of late fall blossoms. De
licious refreshments followed the
T. E. L. Class Met
With Mrs. E. E. Eller
The October meeting ot the
T. E. L. Class of the First Bap
tist church was held last Tuesday
evening with Mrs. E. E. Eller as
hostess at her home on F street,
with an attendance of sixteen
members. Mrs. A. H. Andrews
was in the chair for the business
session and the meeting opened
with Mrs. W. F. Jones leading an
impressive devotional period. In
serving refreshments, suggestive
of Halloween, the hostess was
aided by Mrs. Dewey Minton.
Woman’s Bible Class
Met Thursday Afternoon
The monthly meeting of the
Woman’s Bible class of the North
Wilkesboro Methodist church was
held Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. T. S. Kenerly on
Trogdon street with Mrs. Minnie
Hunt as associate hostess. Mrs.
W. E. Shuford, president, pre
sided for routine business and
offered the prayer. The Scrip
ture lesson was given by Mrs.
W. F. Gaddy. The fourteen
members attending were served
delightful refreshments by ' the
hostesses during the social hour.
sf.^on C streat Setnrday to - tea
Chevrolets, wbich are
on display la both standard aad
Matter modsit. if
W. F. Gaddy, bead Of the firm,
stated that the public is
favorably impressed 'wRh v.^tha
many new features embodied in
the 1986 Chevrolet and that his
firm is anticipating a very sne-
cessfnl year. One of the many
new features that has been the
source of much favorable com
ment is hydraulic brakes on all
"Although we are expecting
the largest sales volume in Chev
rolet history, there will be no de
lay in delivering any model the
customer wants,’’ Mr. Gaddy
stated today. He invites every
body to see the new models on
display at the company’s show
Li4akl>TaUets first dsy
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Electric and Acetylene Welding,
Body, and Pender‘Repairing.
Radiater Repairing and Gumto]
Wrecker Service Day or Night.
Williams Motor Co.
T. H. WILLIAMS, Owner.
•A Mile West, N. Wilkesboro
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