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Mr. R. M. Day, of Roaring
River, returned home Thursday,
from Hammond, La., where he
Halted his mother and other rela
Mrs. J. I. Blalock and Mrs. P.
O. Grist, and Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Shell, of Lenoir, visited Sunday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ce
cil Wiles. Mrs. Blalock is Mrs.
Accounting or Secretarial. Ap
proved for Veterans. Apltea
tions accepted now for Fall term
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NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C.
Mrs. W. E. Long 1b spending a
few days with her daughter, Mrs.
R. M. Day, at Roaring River. Mrs.
Long is still confined to her bed
a great part of the time.
Mr. Bill Harmon, who holds a
position with Western Electric in
I Winston-Salem, spent the week
end here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Harmon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Yates, of
Georgetown, S. C., are spending
a few days with Mr. Yates' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Yates,
Mr. Frank H. Pennell left
Sunday for his home in San
Francisco, California, after visit
ing his sister, Miss Laura Pen
David Cothren, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Brady Cothren, underwent
an appendix operation at the
Wilkes Hospital. He is getting
Mr. W. R. Harmon, Mr. Bill
Harmon, Mrs. Dewey Minton and
Miss Patsy Hawkins went to
Mars Hill College Saturday night
to hear a folk opera presented by
students of the college. Mr. Dean
Minton, of North Wilkesboro,
sang the leading role in the per
Mr. ana Mrs. rwrj mm
daughter, Mary Jo, and Mrg. M.
B. Clark, of Moravian Walls, will
leave Wednesday for a visit at
FHaglers' Beach, Florida.
Friends regret to tearp that
Mrs. Cecil Wiles continues ill.
She was carried today to the Bap
tist hospital in Winston-Salem,
and was accompanied by Mr.
Wiles and daughter, Miss Doris
i Miss Blyna Eller, of Wllkes
I boro, Route 1, returned Sunday,
January 2, to Tennessee Wesley
, an College. Athens, Tenn., to re
I sume her duties as librarian there
* after spending Christmas holi
' days with her parents, Mr. and
! Mrs. Chas. F. Bller.
i Mrs. Richard Cranor, of
Wadley, Ga., spent from Friday
to Monday in Wilkesboro with
j Mr. and Mrs. Presley E. Brown,
the latter being her mother.
Mrs. Brown returned to Wadley
with her today.
Mrs. William H. Hollings, of
Rah way, N. J., has returned to
her home after spending several
days with her mother, Mrs. Geo.
W. Miller, of North Wilkesboro,
Route 3, and with her daughter,
Miss Constance Smithey, o f
Greensboro. Mrs. Hollings is the
former Mrs. Mabel Smithey of
North Wilkesboro, Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Trivette
returned to the city Saturday
after a three-weeks' vacation in
Florida. Thep spent the Christ
mas holidays with their daugh
ter, Mrs. William R. Kuenzel,
and Mr. Kuenzel, who live at
North Bay Island, Miami Beach.
They attended the Orange Bowl
football game on New Year's
Mr.and Mrs. Earl Mackintosh,
Jr., spent last week-end here at
Ferguson with Mrs. Mackintosh's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fer
guson, en route to Washington,
D. C. to make their home fol
lowing a month's honeymoon
spent at Miami Beach, Fla. Mrs.
Mackintosh, the former Miss
Eleanor Ferguson, and Mr. Mack
intosh were married December
4th in the Lenoir First Methodist
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomulsion relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to helf> "loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
; named bronchial mucous mem*
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to nave your money back.
, forCousrbs, Chest Cd Js, E rcnof.itis
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