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Items About Comers and Goers ... From
Here and There
People You Know Who Move About
Friends regret to learn that
Mrs. Cecil Wiles is confined to
her home because of illness.
Mr. Roecoe Vannoy, of West
Jefferson, was a business visitor
P the city this week.'
Miss Betty burdock, of Pitts
burgh, Pa., la h*re visiting in the
home of. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark.
Mr. Basil J arris spent the
week-end with his family fci Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Carlton
and son, Phil, visiter their mo
ther, Mrs. J. L. Carlton, of Boom
er, during the Christmas holidays*
Mr. Sherman Patterson, of At
lanta, Ga., was the guest of Mr.
R. Don Laws and Miss Thelma
Laws, Thursday night.
Miss Lib Duncan, of Richmond,
Va., spent the week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
, Cpl. Dewey D. Marsh, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Marsh, spent
the holidays with his parents. He
is stationed at Rantsul, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tinsley, of
Seattle, Wash., are spending sev
eral days with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miss Barbara Anne Moore, of
Winston-Salem, spent the week
end here with Miss Jean Sum
Mr. J. C. Williams, Jr. and
family, of this city, visited rela
ln Hickory during the hol
and Mrs. Clarence E. Mos
id son, Ned, of Lewisville,
Mrs. Moser's father, Mr.
Duncan, near Wilkesboro
rand Mrs. Rawley M. Bal
of Roanoke, Va., spent the
ind with Mrs. Baldock's
er, ,Mr. W. M. Duncan, near
Mrs. Lottie Johnson, well
known Wilkesboro resident, has
been seriously ill for several days.
She is a patient at Davis hopital
Mr. D. L. Crook, who under
went a major operation at the
Baptist Hospital in Winston-Sal
em Tuesday, is making satisfac
Mr. and Mrs. T> W. Ferguson
and daughter, M1m Carolina Fer
guson, of Ferguson,' attended in
auguration of Governor V. Kerr
Scott in Raleigh today.
Mr. Lawrence Gray is here vis
iting his brother, Mr. A, R. Gray,
and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Cranor.
He expects to return to his home
at Manassas, Va. this, week-end.
Miss Margie Newton was a
•guest over the week-end of a
schoolmate, Miss Joan Reid, at
Bluefield, Va., enroute to resume
her studies at Virgina-Intermont
College at Bristol, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter and
son and his wife visited Mrs.
Carter's parents, Mr. ftnd Mrs.
T. B. Jarvis, over the week-end,
formerly from here they now live
in Buckroe Beach, Va.
Miss Betty Ferguson has re
turned to school at Appalachian
college at Boone after spending
the holiday season with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fergu
son, at Ferguson.
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Paul M. War
ren and daughter, Judy Lynn, of
Cherry Point, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Pi/>h anH Han <rhtor TJnrin r\f
Durham, spent the Christmas hol
idays with their mother, Mrs.
Miss Jewel Howard, member
of the Leaksville school facility,
returned to her duties last week
after spending the holiday vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Howard, near Wil
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen have
returned home following an ex
tended visit in Jacksonville, Fla.,
in the homes of their daughters,
Mrs. E. J. Crook and Mrs. Q. O.
Lassiter. Mr. Crook accompanied
them here for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Atkinson,
and son and, daughter, Mr. Lane
Atkinson, Jr., and Miss Shirley
Atkinson, and Miss Ruth Watson,
returned to their homes here
Tuesday from a 10 days' visit to
Cocoa Beach, Fla.
Miss Edith Marie Ferguson
has resumed her a,rt studies at
Richmond Professional Institute
in Richmond, Va., after spending
the holiday vaoation at Ferguson
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mrs. C. T. Doughton and chil
dren, Betsy, Becca, Jon and
Tommy, visited relatives in Win
stdn-Salem Sunday and attended
the "open house" given in Thom
asville that afternoon by Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Myers honoring
Mrs. Myers' mother, Mrs. A. J.
Heilig on her 75 th birthday an
niversary. Mrs. Myers is a cousin
of Mrs. Doughton.
l THEATRE PROGRAM
Thursday and Friday, January 6-7
Loretta Young, David Niven In
"THE PERFECT MARRIAGE"
With Eddie Albert, Charlie Ruggles, Virginia
Also Selected Short Subjects.
Saturday, January 8
! "WHEELS OF DESTINY"
Starring Ken Maynard.
Saturday, January 9
! "TIGHT SHOES"
With Ann Gwynn, and Leo Carillo.
Monday and Tuesday, January 10-11
Starring Vyonne Decarlo, Jeffrey Lynn.
Wednesday, January 12
- , 50c Per Car Regardless Number
A "UTTLE TOUGH GUYS"
^Etarring Dead End Kids, Margorie Main.
j^TTim 1b Station WKBC Ercry Day At 1S4S and 141 P. M.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 P. M.
Misses Nancy Bessent and Car
olyn Byrd have returned to Pfeif
(er College at Melsenhelmer af
ter spending the holiday season
in Wilkesboro with their respec
tive parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Bessent, and Mr. and Mrs. Dew
Sgt. Burl Michael, who is
stationed at Keesler Air Force
Base, Keesler Field, Mississippi,
left Monday night to resume his
duties after spending fifteen
days with his wife, the former
Miss Lucille Blevlns, of Oak
Mr. Louis A. Floro, Jr., and
Miss Anne Sale returned Tuesday
night frpm Camden, J., where
they spent the holidays with Mr.
Flora's parents, Mr: and Mrs.
^ouls A. Floro They made the
trip from Wii^ston-Salem by
Sgt. Marvin Zimmerman, and
Cpl. Victor Krivarchka, of North
Dakota, who are stationed at
Keesler Air Force Base, Keesler
FHeld, Mississippi, spent the
Christmas holidays with Sgt. and
Mrs. Burl Michael, also Rev. and
Mrs. Fred Blevins and Margaret,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Newton
and daughter, .Miss Margie New
ton, attended a turkey dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs Henry Sink
at their home in Mooresville on
Thursday evening. Mrs. Sink is
the former Miss Mary I/ouise
Newton. Other guests were mem
bers of Mr. Sink's family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hairston
returned to Detroit, Mich., Wed
nesday, after spending several
days with Mrs. Hairston's father,
Mr. R'. Don Laws, at Moravian
Falls .Mr. Hairston is assistant
manager of the Norfolk and
Western Railway Coal Bureau in
T. Sgt. Julian Smith has re
turned to Grenier Field, New
Hampshire, after spending a 30
day furlough with his wife, of
North Wilkesboro Route 1. T-Sgt.
and Mrs. Smith spent 10 days in
Fort Myers, Florida, visiting Sgt.
Smith's mother, Mrs. Marion
Miss Mary Caroon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Caroon, left
by plane for Washington, D. C.,
Saturday, where she will join Mr.
and Mrs. C. A Ziliak, and drive
to Chicago, 111, for a week's stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Zilak and son, Mich
ael, also of North Wilkesboro,
have been in Washington during
the Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Blatt
returned t0 their home at Mil
ford, Va., after spending the hol
idays here with Mrs. Blatt's par
ents, Mr and Mrs. Gordon Fin
ley. Miss Mary Elmore Finley,
who teaches in Winston-Salem,
and Mr. Gordon Finley, Jr., stu
dent at Davidson College, were
also home for the holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fin
Denny Grove A. M.
E. Zion Church
The Old Testament Club met
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Har
ris. On Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
the trustees and members of
the official board met at the par
Bonage to work out plans for a
membership and financial drive.
Sunday at 11 a. m. the theme
will be ''Pay Day To-morrow".
The newly elected officers of the
y.P.F. are Prof. M. J. Ingram,
president: Miss Grace Harris, sec
retary: Rev. Archie, treasurer;
ind Prof. S. O. Jones, honorary
chairman of Christian education
Wilkes County Interdenomina
tional Alliance will meet at
Rick's Chapel A.M.E. Zion church
Dn S'unday, January 9, at 3 p. m.
Rev. W. Thomas Martin, Jr, will
je the speaker. The proceeds
will go to Rev. J. C. Redman.
Revs. T. M. Walker, president;
15. W. Hayes, secretary; L. B.
Speas, host pastor.
Tobacco growers with disease
nfested soils need to give care
ful attention to choosing the
right varieties, say research
workers at the North Carolina
BRAME'S DRUG STORE
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of N. A. Wyatt,
ate of Wilkes county, North Caro
ina, this is to notify all persona
laving claims against the estate
>f the deceased to present them
x> the undersigned before the 20th
lay of December, 1949, or this
lotice will be plead in bar of recov
ery. All persons indebted to the
;state will please make immediate
This 20th day of Dec., 1948.
MRS. N. A. WYATT,
Admrx. estate of N. A. Wyatt, de
Having qualified as Administra
trix, l. t. a., of the estate of Wiley
Slenn Robbing of Wilkes coanty,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons holding claims against the
jstate of said deceased to present
them to the undersigned within
one year from date of this notice
or same will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons owing
said estate will please make im
, This 8th day of Dec., 1948.
MRS. VALUE BRANNOCK,
Admrx. c. t a. of Wiley Glenn
Alexander A Neaves,
Attorneys " 2-8-0tT
And Live Longer
New York, N. Y.—If you're the
type that likes to take things
easy, you'll get a lot more out
of life than ^our ambitious
Too many of us are dogged
by excessive ambition or a sense
of failure, declares Dr. Matthew
N. Chappell in the January Journ
al of Living. We are constantly
disquieted by the feeling that we
must get more, do more or be
more—that we are inadequate in
To still a this uneasiness of
what he calls false ambition, Dr.
Chappell advises giving more
thought to the basic things ex
pected of us—and stop worrying
about the rest.
Few of us are required to lead
the nation or become powers in
labor or industry. But we are ex
pected to conduct our relations
with other people in such a way
as to yield them maximum hap
piness and benefit.
We have no duty to acquire
great wealth, but merely to pro
vide for ourselves and our fam
ilies. It's not mandatory that we
become great athletes. It is suff
icient just to take normal cara
of our bodies and health. Nor
need we all set out to be reform
ers, bemoaning all the* ills and
injustices of life. But we should
understand the development °'
our own emotional attiudes and
control them in such a way that
we do not add to the ills of the
To attain a mature personality
says the Journal of Living art
icles, we need to simplify our out
look. Relief from false ambition
will make us better and happier
W. M. S. Enjoys
The members of the W. M. S.
met at the home of Mrs. D. E.
Turner for their annual Christ
mas party with 17 members and
3 visitors present. Mrs. J. E
Brookshlre and Mrs. Dick Thomp
son were co-hostesses. Mrs Mam
ie Church held the devotion and
the group sang Christmas carols.
Mrs. Brookshlre led the prayer.
Mrs. Clinton filler and Mrs. Hunt
er Church led the group in a
number of Christmas games and
contests with prises awarded to
Mrs. Dick Thompson and Mrs.
Klnsa mils. Gifts were exchang
ed around the beautifully deco
NOTICE TO THE
We wish to announce
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(George & ftoy Wells)
is now located at
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Call of therii for Elec
tric work of all kinds.
■ated Christmas tree and "Sun- j
ight Sisters" revealed. The hos- i
;esses, assisted by Misses Kay i
rhompon and Gwendolyn EUer,'
lerved delicious refreshments at
:he close of the evening.
The number of milk cows con
tinued to decline through the
first half of 1948.
The Legion Auxiliary meets
Monday evening, 7:80 o'clock,
at lite home of Mrs. Russell G.
Hodges, with Mrs. Joe E. John
son and Miss Ellen RoMmob
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