brief LpCAiT#«#S IfMs abovt
reople Yon Know
BTr. Jimmie Moore is spending
litej weeke in Winston-Salem.
A daughter, Annie Marie, was
»rn last week to Mr. and Mrs.
M. Absher, of McGrady.
Mrs. E. S. Tugman. of this city,
nsfled Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Os-
•ome at McGrady, Sunday.
Miss Lena Culler and Miss Pat
ty Somers spent Tuesday in Gas-
ttonia visiting with friends.
Miss Sue Moving Clements
spent the week-end in Mt. Airy as
a guest of Mrs. Walter Moss, a
former resident of this city.
Mra J. H. Armbrust, of Reids-
ville, is spending sometime with
Mrs. Clarence Call at her cottage
on the Bi-ushy Mountain.
Miss BlJith R. Brown, who
holds a position with the Wilkes
(Hospital, is spending her vacation
with relatives in Richmond, Va.
Mr. Meet Miller, who,'’ U
summer school at State, College'
In Raleigh, was here for the hoU>
days with his' parents, Mr. aad
Mrs. George McT. Miller.
Mias Mary Scallon, of St. Paul.
Minnesota, is here visiting in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fau-
cette. She is,a niece of Mr. Fau-
Mr. T. J. Frazier and daugh
ters, Mary Lois and Jackie, at
tended the funeral of Mr. Fra
zier’s nephew, Mr. Earle Kelly, in
Greenville, Tenn., last week-end.
Air. Prul Soots, who has been
wrrking in Norfolk. Va., has re
turned to his home here- for a
Mr. and Mrs. P'ioyd Jennings,
■if Pores Knob, visited Mrs. Jen
nings’ mother, .Mrs. J. W. Fletch
er. rear IhU city Friday.
LittI eMiss Pe.ggy Cox. of Mc-
■tSrady, is visiting Mr. and Mrs,
W. T. Royster at Dublin, Va..
Mrs. Jack Quinn and son, Mike,
of Cleveland, Tenn.. rre spending
sometime here with Mrs. Quinn’s
slsler, Mrs. Andrew Kilby, ' and
i other relatives.
Little Miss Sylvia Abernetliy.
of Pulaski, Va., was the week-end
guest here of her grandmother.
Mrs. T. J. Frazier.
Mr. and Mi-s. R. C. Faiirutte
are moving this week from the
Foote Apartment on Ninth Street
to the Jiile Deans residence on
marriage license was issued
Saturday to Mr. William R. Par-
due, of Ronda. and Mi.ss Frances
Lena Burchette. of State Road.
.Mrs. Bon Perkin.$ and Mrs.
fiay Kenned'" visited .Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Parlier and family in Char-
Air. and Mrs. Eddie Myres.
Urs. Carl Mayberry and daugh
ter. .4nn. spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Mayberry.
Mr. and Mr.-. D. C. Waddell and
temily spent a short time Sunday
■I'th Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Burton,
Mr. end Mrs. N. W. Johnson
i.vd niece, Mi.ss Opal Clark, of
Crossnore, were week-end guests
»t Mr. and .Mrs. Gorman John-
*on. .Miss Clark remained here for
a two-wf.ek’s visit.
Messrs. McKinley Williams ami
H. S. Soots have completed a
five-room house for Mr. Harvet
Johnson near this city on route
Mr. and Mr.s. W. D. Trader and
son. Dal. and .Miss Margaret Hix.
of .4sheboro, were week - end
guests in the home of Mrs. W. U.
Hix at .Moravian Falls.
Mr. Frank Cranor. Jr., who
holds a position in Rrleigh, was
here during the holidays with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cra
Mrs. Winfred McPherson re
turned to her home in Raleigh
after a visit here with her moth
er. Mrs. L. A. Hausei, and other
.Mrs. Minnie Hunt, who had
been visiting with her daughter,
.Mrs. R. L. Lovelace in Elkin for
sometime, returned to her home
Mr. Arlie Rhoades and son.
Johnny, of Bethesda. Maryland
spent the p-st week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton Waddell and
Mr. Phosdes’ mother, Mrs. Mary
Miss Mildred Love is a patient
at the Wilkes Hosnital havine
uiulergone an eper lion there
Tuesday tor apnendioitis. Hf>r
eondition is reported as .satisfac
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reese spent
the week-end at Waynesville vD-
itii'g their daughter. Mrrgaret
Catherine, who is spending the
summer with Airs. Reese’s sister,
Mrs. L. H. Bramlett.
'Navy BKt To
Acclaimed by naval officers the
most authentic story ever'written
about the hlstori’ Mnlted States
Navi Academy, “Navy Blue and
Gold” OTtens, Tuesday at the Lib
erty Theatre for a return engage
ment in ans'wer to widespread
The 'novel, steeped in colorful
traditions of the institution, was
written by George Bruce who al
so adapted it to the .screen.
The picture Is headed by f
strong cast including James Stew,
art, Robert Young, Lionel Barry
more. Florence Rice, Billie Burke,
Tom Brown, Saiuiiel S. Hinds,
Paul Kelly and Barnett Parker.
It portrays the poignant devo
tion of cadets pledged to their
country's service, the' heartaches
of si evil, char, cter-huildlng di
scipline, the thrilling sportsman
ship of the Navy’.s titanic football
games, and the love of two play-
er.s for the sister of their pal.
“Navy Blue and Gold’’ teams
Stewart. Y’ouiig auU Tom Brown.
l;s. Stewart portrays a Navy oiler
up from a battleship to try for-hF
.’tripes at the naval aedemy.
Young is seen as a Southern foot
ball hero who has no intention of
remaining in the service. Brown
h's a contrasting role as the
spoiled youngster of » a wealthy
family who learns how to “take
Stewart is involved in a scandal
when it is Iearnedthat he enroll
ed at the Academy under an as-
.sumed name, owing to the fret
that his father, a navy
has been cashiered oflt of
^ ’ i'Jboyi erplalnod; "1 oaiM
ij Raieifll? "J'n*F'T.—^ 'y.
^»'s defence whtracte WaMeB Muy R. .lWter
.T. n», 15. s-ve amounted j Hmcred Cte -J
•o 1141.972.669. the dei*»rtm#nt, Seveaticth
""f conservations sn^develonment}-’
t»>reugh its nnbllclty director • children. relaUvev -•!
Charles J. Parker announced
Monday. Porter gathered at her old
The figures were based on the church Sul
releases of J. T. Anderson, diree- g honor Mrs. Porterl
tor of the division of commerce birthday. Every
and industry in the department (g enjoy the occasion
of conservation and development, ggpggj.„y tj,e bountiful dih|
, and show that the state has
I moved from 27th to 22nd place
! among the commonwe?.lth.= with-
I in four months. February
j®g|l941. North Carolina
' 27, at which time the state’s de-
service He clears his father’s | ^ ^j,g^g
name in a dramatic scene and i?
which was set. All of .Mrs.
ter’s children and grandchildj
were present for the occasif
Everyone present hopes Mr.?,
ter has many more happy blr
AJiss Rice portrays the sister
of Tom Brown, end Barnett Park
er ha? the comic role of an Eng-
lishl butler who aids his young
Many scenes for the picture
were filmed on the grounds at
Annapolis, under the direction of
Sam Wood. Commander Harvey
1 The June 16 report, the de-
Having qualified as administ
partment said Monday, does not tor C.t.a. of W. E. Handy, late I
. . rfter Wilkes County. THIS IS TO NOl
as buddies coming from different 1 S. Haislip, U. S. N., retired, serv-
walks of life to rise to promi-|ed technical advbser for Navy
nence rs midshipmen at Annapo-1 scenes.
Bob Hope Joins The Army
In AU-Out Comedy Fibs
Mr. and' Mrs. J. B. Carter and
,Mi.?s Betty Halfacre g„i,dren. Jimmy and Celia,
ing a coirple of weeks w h her ^ ^
cousin. Miss Mary . through the Smoky -Mountains.
spending one night at Sylvia and
Aiken. S. C. She was
there one at Gatlinb'urg, Tenn. Mr. Tom
and Mrs. \\. . a • • Qjjj.jgj. accompanied them as trr
Bill Halfacre. Asheville where he spent the
.Mr. and Mrs. C. Bryan Higgins time with his parents, Mr. and
had as their guests for the holi- .Mr.?. J.. R. Carter.
days -Mrs. Higgins' parents,
iiid Mrs. €. .M. Kirkman. also Mr.
and .Mr.?. Murray E. Tate, all of
Greensl>oro. Mrs. Tale, antrther
daughter of the Kirkmaiis, and
Mr. Tate .spent Sauirday at Lin-
ville where Mr. Tate played in
the golf tournament.
In Good Reconditioned..
Bogus Stocks And
’40 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Sport Sedan $735
’40 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan $645
’38 Chevrolet Standard Town Sedan .... $455
’37 Plymouth Coach $345
’40 Dodge Coupe, like new $695
’39 Chevrolet Town Sedan, radio $595
’3 PI: 'aiojiii Coupe, very nice $595
'37 Chevrolet Town Sedan, very special.. $345
’38 Chevrolet Coupe, clean as a whip .... $435
’36 Ford Coach, special $235
’37 Plymouth 4-door Sedan $345
’37 Chevrolet Standard Coupe $365
— SPECIAL WHILE THEY UST —
3—1941 Chevrolet Demonstrators
1—1941 Buick Sedan, Like New
By THAI) KI’RE
(Secret,•"ry of State)
Information reaching thi.?
partment hidicates that there is
much activity -in llie rural sec
tions of the Stale on tlic part of
strangers who are offering vari
ous types of oil leases, slock in
cenieleries, etc., in exchange for
securities held by onr citizens.
From inquiries and complrint-
received h,v tliis office and fion
investigations made. I liolieve it
can he fairly estimated that iu
this State three out of every four
victims of unscrupulous secur'-
ties salesmen are farm folk.
.Many victims hesitate to complain
for tear of appearing ridiculous,
hut my experience convince? me
that a few resentful and energetic
victims are more effective than
anything that could he done to
curb this activity.
Every person engaged in the
business of selling securities in
this Slate is required to be regis
tered with this deparlment. either
as a dealer or a » le.’man. Every
registered sale>:inan is given a
small registration C"rd which sets
fortli his name, re.gistration miin-
her. the name of the dealer em
ploying liini, tlip date of issiirnce
and expiration. This card is ■-‘ign-
ed by the Secretary of State, who
is ex-officio Securities (’ommis-
sioner in North Carornia. There
fore. prospective investors should
first request the salesman to
produce this card. Examine it and
le sure it ha- not expired, if tlie
salesmen cannot jiroduce liis reg
istration card, obtain his name
and address it iioss.hle. and for
ward same to tliis department, to-
)gelher with a brief account of the
I circumstances involved. Never
purchase a security from a ,sales
man who cannot produce
Bob's in the army now.
He meet’s a gal that’s a wow.
Her name L? Lamoiir,
There’s more to be sure.
In this rookie’s life—and how!
There’.? a new Hope for the
army, now that Bab has joined
up. For America’s new defense
Army has its Hollyovood counter
part in “Caught in the Draft
comedy film which opened today
at the I.iberty Theatre. The pic
ture burlesques the trials and
tribulations of the rookie’s life in
I The comedy corps is herded by
Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour.
Fresh from the hilarious and ro
de-1 mantic hiffhway they paved in
j“Road to Zanzibar.” the two gag-
happy film pal.? are joined by
Lynne Overman and Eddie Dr.^ck-
en, two fluke recruits who get
more than they baraained for try
ing to keep Bob out of the guard
Dorothy, the colonel’s daugh-
"er. wants her rookie to be a hero
before she says ■•yes" aiuf turns
the colonel into a kernel to make
her dream come true. Hope plays
the part of a movie actor who’s
in the Army as the boomeranged
result of one of his own practical
jokes He’,? the gun-shy. goose-
pimp/ly hero who’ll floor .von with
his brand new stock of Army
Bob and liis two musketeer
rookie friends. Overman and
Bracken, roach the climax of this
all-out comedy film when they
take part in some wrr game?
that rival any slapstick hair-rais
ers in the memory of tliis .-creen
Loaded with sparkliii.g wit.
tuneful melodies and laugh-lines
that explode in splil-sccond pre
cision, “Cauglit ill the Draft” is
nrize entertainment — tlie kind
that even the Army boys at ih(
camps will write home ahoiu.
Notice in Scotch church'
"Tliose in the lialiil, of i iitting
iMittoiis instead of coins in the
collection plate "ill plea.ie pul
in their own buttons and not > ■!
Ions from the cushions on
include contracts awarded
June 2, and therefore doe-s not re
flect the recent boat-building con
tracts let by the United States
navy. Mr. Anderson thinks thi.?
"'ill bring the total well abovf
FY all persons having clail
rgainsl the said estate to presa
Proof of Claim to the undersigt?
administrator on or before Jii
25. 1942, (ft this notice will f ,
pled in bar of their right to 1
The snail boy had fallen into
the stream, but had been rescued.
“How did you come to fall in?”
asked a bystrnder.
This the 25th day of June,
CLYDE HANDY, ^
Administrator c.t.a., .
Dehart, North Carolini
By: A. H. CASEY, Att!
• ONLY •
Thrills ■ Drama
mmm the gangsters” *.
SEE—THE GANGSTERS CRUSHED
SEE — THE GANGSTER LOBBY DISPLAY
FREE IN FRONT OF THE THEATRE
ALSO EXTRA ATTRACTION
Feature Leng^th Comedy
“CAUGHT IN THE ACT”4fe
One of the
of our time!
“NAVY BLUE AND GOLD”
FLORENCE RICE — TOM BROWN — PAUL KELLY
IT’S NOW HERE AND
MiSS IT AND EE
— A«K TO SEE THESE AT ONCE —
We also have good stock late model 1-2 ton Pickups in Chevrolet,
Dodge, Ford—’37 through ’41 Models. Now is the time W v'sit our
Used Car Department. Good trades, easy terms—Every deal a satisfac
Always A Better Buy At...
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
Gaddy Motor Co.
Let the advertising columns o’
this paper be your shopping guid.
M-8-[-I-C-H w r-l-Mf.*
OFF TO SLEEP,
SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL
By virtue of authority contaiired
in a certain deed of trust executed
on the 16th day of July, 1938, by
Obie Horton and wife, Gladys Hor
ton to A. H. Casey, Trustee, and
duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Wilkes Coun
ty in Book 184 at page 171, and
the stipulations relative to the
payments of the indebtedness not
having been complied with and at
the request of the holder of the
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C.
note secured by sard deed of trust,
I -will on Monday, July 21, 1941, at
the courthouse door in Wilkesboro,
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash, at 12 o’clock, Noon, the
following described real estate:
Beginning on a stake on the
Southeast comer of 0 and Third
streets and running North 62 de
grees and 33 minutes East along
the South side of 0 street 135 feet
to a 15 foot alley; thence South 27
degrees and 27 minutes East along
the west side of said alley 50 feet
to a stake; thence South 62 de
grees 33 minutes 'West 135 feet to
Third street; thence North 27 de
grees 27 minutes West along the
East side of-Third Street 50 feet
to the beginning, said land being
lot No. 16 in Block No. 118 as
shown on TVogdon Map of the
Town of North Wilkesboro, N. C.
and being '^act No. 20 as shown
in the deed from A. H. Casey Com
missioner to Mrs. C. F. Sherrill
Book 169 oage 293. See deed from
Mrs. C. F. Sherrill to Obey Hor
ton and wife. Book 169 page 368.
■ITiis the 19th dav of June, 1941.
A. H. CASEY, Trustee
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