Alexander L. Aycock, a^e
Pastor of the MocksTllle
list chnrcl^ «nd a former
>of the North Wilkesboro
Jjodist church, died sud-
thls city Tneeday morn-
Jr, Aycock came to North
bhoro Tuesday raomlng to
1^^ the Elkin pistrict Wo-
fs Society of the Methodisr,
■wcb In session here.
I After arrlTlnp in town he step-
4 Into City Barber Shop and
Ok a;,seat in a chair, saying that
, WW not feeling well. He said
ether that before leaving home
I had experienced motor trouble
his automobile and that he
poshed it off to get the motor
At that time he said he
and was blinded, but
i Iplt better soon and drove
.. v^,' here...
~W1ien he made those remarks
.Has soddwrly ,^ricken while
at ip the berher chair. An
aace'^M coiled and he was
the 'Wilkes hospital
^ dead before arriving
Heart attack was eonsider-
I cause of his death,'
Mr. Aycock was bom In
. os coonty. a sea of the late
aad Sara Perry Aycock.
riAg his minfsterlal eareer he
red several of the well known
iai, the 'Western North
Itaa conference. Por four
he wss psstor of the First
aist eharoh here, going from
'^f^gksdboro to OlhionTllle
M ef IMl and last year
CfJUe, Immediately prior
_ is# ti» -Harti WHkertoro
llr. Ayeock was pastor of
street church In Statesvine
^ofe that time served Main
iekareb la HUdi Point.
_/rtrlng Ear. Mr. Aycock are
. WlfS, Mrs. Peart Aycock, and
hters; Mrs. W. A. Biles.
.-Salem, end Miss Helen
‘hpfy remained at Reins-
I imtfl on# i>. m. Wed-
I It was takmi to
' sihtf hartal
Farm Agencies Plan To Pool
Efforts For Maximum
Representatives of farm agen
cies of five counties held a plan
ning conference in this city Tues
Representatives of the extension
service. Soil Conservation service,
Farm Security administration and
others interested in farming spent
several hours in the meeting,
which was held at the town hall.
Counties represented were
Wilkes, Surry, Yadkin. Alenan-
der end Caldwell counties.
i’urpose of the conferences
which are being held throughout
the state, is to work out plans to
correlate activities in behalf 'Of
maximum ft'Od production
OpinioiKs were expressed in the
conference that the food situation
may he more critical next year
than in 1943 and that all agencies
working for the benefit of agri
culture must pool their efforts for
Csmttihr ««» niore
All present officers of North
■Wilkesboro were re-elected In the
municipal election held Tuesday.
There was no opposition and
only one ticket in the field, the
lone contest for nomination tor
nmyor having been decided in a
primary when Mayor R. T. McNIel
defeated T. J. Frasier by an over-
Here 72 voters cast ballots
Tuesday with the results being as
Mayor R. T McNiel 72 votea
Commissioners—Hoyle M. Hut
chins 71; J. R. Hlx 71: Ral^h
Duncan 70; R. G. Finley 70; A.
F. Kilby 71.
School Trustees—D. J. Carter,
71; J. B. McOoy, 71.
H. A. Cranor polled 30 out of
30 votes Tuesday for re-election
The following candidates for
town commissioners hlso went in
to office by nntnlraous vote: C. H.
Londerman, W, H Smitkny, James
Imws and Pul Osbmme^
, during May. June.
.'fiJfy sst- The banks will
begin cfdslng on Wednesdays
one o'clock on May 12.
Wilkeshom council of'the Junft»r^selh«t a-ohtcl^'dP8W»',"i|^.t>eri
Order wlU be held at thS lodtre f,mny tii*©Jhef»^ wl*«». swettheortaj
hall on ’Tuesday evening, Mey 11, *nd friends ■as' gdMty. They aiv'
6:.30 o’clock. lask^ to notify C. A. Canter, seor
i Rev. J. C. Canipc, pastor of thelretary, of the namber of guests
Boone Baptist church, will be the they expect to ta.ke to the
principal speaker. louet. as errly as po.S8ib!e,
Elkin.—A stolen oirplane ride
ended fatally for Jack Freeman,
16, son of Mrs. James Freeman, of
Jonesville, Tuesday afternoon
about 3 o’clock when the plane
crashed near Rondo,
The youth, who had had slight
ly more than six hours of dual
training, hrd never flown alone
before, officials of the Elkin Air
port said. ,
According to available informa-j
tion. young Freeman wes at the
airport and .slipped out to the 4U-
horsepower Cnb plane belonging
to George Pardiip and took off
without Pardup’s knowledge or
The youth was flying about 4M
feet high and was waving to some
friends on the ground below when
the ."ijplane stalled and crashed
on the farm of Jesse JoneS. The
youth was instantly killed and the
plane was badly dtmaged.
In addition to his mother. Free
man is survived by five brothers.
Bill, Carson, James and Frank
Freeman of Elkin, and Robert
Freeman, in thesrmed forces; aUd
six sisters. Mrs. Guy Myers, Mrs.
Mick Brown, Mrs. Roy Rogers.
Mrs. Ralph Byrd, and Miss Cath
erine Freeman of Jonesville. and
another stater In 'Virginia.
I L-ChUdraui WKo Are To Enter
Sclwol Wai Be EMamikked
By Heahk Officer '
Annual pre-school clinic will he
conducted Tuesday, Mey 11. at
NorUi Wilkesboro ackool.
Efforts era being made to have
all children wlm are to enter
school for the first tinie next fall
examined during the elinie. Dr. 4.
A Kller, county health offleer.
and county nmrses ^01 give eechi
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