North Carolina Newspapers

    -: SOCIETY:
Mrs. Charles Winters
Feted At Two Events
Mrs. Charles L. Winters, who
prior to her marriage In Decem
ber was Miss Carolyn Moore, Is
being extended a number of de
lightful courtesies. On Wednes
day afternoon Mrs. Henry Moore,
We wish to announce
Wells Electric Co.
(George & Roy Wells)
is now located at
'Your Goodrich Dealer'
Call of them for Elec
tric work of all kinds.
Mrs. Mary Moore Hix, and Mrs.
Annie G. Carrlngton, aunts, of the
bride, gave a "Come and Sit" tea
at the home of the former on E
Street. The hostesses received a
round twenty-five guests at four
o'clock, and during the hour re
freshments were served buffet
style from the dining room table,
which was appointed in a bridal
note of green and white. The
honoree was given silver in her
pattern and a corsage of white
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs.
Walter Newton and her daugh
ter, Miss Margie Newton, enter
tained informally at their home
on D Street from three to four
thirty o'clock for Mrs. Winters.
Twenty guests were present in
cluding three out of town visitors,
Mrs. Frank Dresser, Charlottes
ville, Va.; Mrs. Hill Carlton, Jr.,
Boston, Mass., an<j Miss Jeanne
Griffin, Kings Mountain. The
hostesses served tempting re
freshments, and presented Mrs.
Winters with a gift.
Mrs. Arthur Lowe
Bridge Club Hostess
The members of the Pastime
bridge club and some visitors
were entertained by Mrs. Arthur
Lowe at her home in Wilkesboro
Monday evening. Bridge, played
at two tables, was followed by a
salad course with sweets. High
and second high scorei prizes In
the club went to Mrs. Flake Cook
and Mrs. Johnson Sanders, and
the visitor's high to Mrs. Wil- j
liam Barber. Mrs. Charlie Day
and Mrs. Bob Kite received the
bingo awards.
Miss Blanche Ferguson
U. D. C. Hostess
The Wilkes Valley Guards
chapter of the U. D. C. met with
Miss Blanche Ferguson at her
home in Wilkeaboro Monday aft
ernoon. Mrs. €. E. Jenkins led the
opening devotions, and following
the pledge of allegiance to the
flags, Miss Ferguson presided for
the business session. Mrs. Joe
E. Johnson read a letter from the
state president, Mrs. Quinton
Gregory, and for the program
Mrs. C. D. Coffey read poems on
Lee, Jackson, and Maury, and
Mrs. Hix gave a short sketch of
Lee and his daughter, Ann Cart
er. The next meeting to be held
in March will be at the home of
Mrs. Johnson. In serving refresh
ments to the seven members and
one visitor the hostess was assist
ed by her sister, Mrs. Hix.
Liberty Grove
W. M. S. Meets
The Women's Missionary So
ciety of Liberty Grove Baptist
church met in regular monthly
conference Tuesday night, De
cember 28, at 7:30 o'clock with
Mrs. Claude Caudill.
Ten members and one visitor
were present.
Devotion was conducted by
Mrs. Tam Hutchinson.
A very interesting program on
missionary activities in Hawaii
was rendered.
After business was taken care
of a Lottie Moon offering* was
At the close of the meeting
ielicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
Ez-Along Club Has
Dinner Party*
The Ez-Along club members
and their husbands enjoyed a
dinner party given in the ban
quet room of the Carolina Rest
aurant on New Year's Eve. Cov
ers were laid for twenty-two
guests at seven o'clock at a table
appointed in holiday attire. Miss
Betty Murdock, of Pittsburgh,
J Pa., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs.
i Fred Clark, was a special guest
| at the dinner and was presented
with a corsage of pink carna
Following the dinner cards
were played at five tables 'with
the high score prize in bridge go
ing to Mr. Rufus Church, in rook
tQ Mrs. Cecil Hauss, in setback
to Mr. Presley Myers, and in
bingo to Mr. O. E. Triplett.
Mrs. Planner Horton
Entertains Her Club
Mrs. Palmer Horton was hos
tess to the members of her club
at her home in Finley Park Sat
urday afternoon. Mrs. C. T.
Doughton was the winner of the
prize in a game of contract rum
my. Tempting refreshments were
served by the hostess.
A new 4-H County Council has
been formed in Stokes County.
Having qualified as Executor of
the last Will and Testament of
John A. Vickers, deceased, late of
Wilkes county, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at Wilkesboro, N. C., on
or before the 23rd day of Decem
ber, 1949, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
This 23rd day of Dec., 1949.
Executor of John A. Vickers, de
ceased. 2-8-6tT
In Memoriom Miss
Betty Sue Hall
On December 25, 1948, Betty
Sue Hall met an untimely death
in an automobile accident near
Staunton, Va. She was the
daughter of J. W. and Archia
Ella Hall of Halls Mills. She was
16 years, 6 months and 12 days
of age. She leaves the following
brothers and sisters to mourn her
passing: Glenn Hall, High Point;
Mrs. Glenn Wyatt, North Wllkes
boro; Walter Wayne Hall, Win
ston-Salem; Mrs. Hardin Owens,
Halls Mills; Imogene Hall, and
Jimmie Hall, of the home; one
grandparent, Mrs. P. C. Hall, of
Halls Mills.
Betty Sue professed a hope In
Christ, July 20, 1947, and joined
Pine View church. She remained
a faithful member until her
death. She had a perfect Sunday
school attendance recorji for
three years except three Sundays.
She loved her church an,j was
loved by all who knew her. She
leaves a host of friends to mourn
her loss, but we feel that our
loss is her eternal* gain.
The funeral service was con
ducted at Rock Springs Baptist
church on December 27, 1948.
Her pastor. Rev. D. M. Dillard,
was in charge and assisted by
Rev. Watson Bryant, pastor of
Rock Springs church.
Hymns were rendered by
members of the young people's
Sunday school class from Pine
View church.
The service was of a solemn
and impressive character and
while there was sdrrow and sym
pathy in the hearts of all present,
it was not as those who mourned
without hope, for she lived the
life and died the death of the
The f611owing were pall bear
ers: Clyde Adams, Dwight Se
bastian, Claudius Ajb;
Hall, Caswell Bro
Luther Shtimate.
The many flowerf
profusion, and as a
to the high esteem
life of Betty Sue
carried by her Si|
class, cousins, and
A most of friend
bors were present
The following atte;
distance: Mr. and
Hoppers, Sparta;
Garnett Wagoner,
Ernest Cleary, Spart
wards, Whitehead!
Cleary, Piney Cree
Wyatt, Sparta; Mnf.
er, Jr., 'High Point;
George Sparks, Spdi
Mrs. Mark Scott, Vi h
and Mrs. Hassell £
wyn, Md., Mrs. C
Gladys Taylor,
Smith, all of Winst
and Mrs. H. B. H&
Winston-Salem; Mij
Wintfrey Hoppers,
and Mrs. Rush Lonjg
and Mrs. Charlie
pendence, Va.; Mr,
E. Hoppers, Sparta
John Hoppers, Spk
G. Ferguson, High
Sue McLean, Crickp
, beautiful in
pitting tribute
in which the
held, were
nday school
school class
sher, Robert
Jr., and
s and neigh
the funeral,
jided from a
Mrs. Ernest
fir. and Mrs.
ba; Glenn Ed
>k; Johnson
John Weav
Mr. and Mrs.
rta; Mr. and
itehead; Mr.
oppers, Ber
V. Taylor,
r s. Dessie
,11 and son,
and Mrs.
Citron; Mr.
, Citron; Mr.
Sexton, Inde
and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mra
rta; Mrs. C.
Point; Miss
Belief at last from torture of sir.u
cr.tarrh, and hay ferer 6 le to nasal cor.s—
lion k seen today in rep< rts of success wit:
a formula which has tl e power to reducc
nasal ooogestkm. Men and women wit!
agonising aim* headachi s, clogged nostrils,
earnha, hawking and a leezinfr misery tell
of biassed relief after usi ig it. KLORONOL
easts (UK, tat considei ins results, this is
not expensive, amounts o only pennies per
tost. KLORONOL (ca ition, use only as
ltd with aoooeg-back guarantee by
Mail Orders
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of N. A. Wyatt,
late of Wilkes county, North Caro
lina, this is to; notify all persons
having1 claims against the estate
of the deceased to present them
to the undersigned before the 20th
day of December, 1949, or this
notice will be pl^ad in bar at recov
ery. All persons indebted to the
estate will please make immediate
settlement. •
This 20th day of Dec., 1948.
Admrx. estate oaf N. A. Wyatt, de
8 eased. 2-4WKT
Having qualified as Administra
trix, c. t. a., of the estate of Wiley
Glenn Robbins of Wilkes county,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons holding claims against the
estate 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. AH persons owing
said estate will please make im
mediate settlement.
This 8th day of Dec., 1948. "
Admrx. c. t. a. of Wiley Glean
Robbins, dec.
Alexander & Neaves,
Attorneys 2-3-6tT
Of Different Sizes
We can drill In any
kind of formation.
Route 2
Pores Knob, N. C.

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view