, - — IAL NEWS Clubs, Parties, Church Activities, Etc. MISS MAW1 SOCK WELL — BD1TOB Mrs . Johnson J. Hayes Entertains Her Club lie members of the Current club and four extra guests delightfully entertained by Johnson J. Hayes at her in WUkesbotb Wednesday ioou. Mrs. Chal McNlel, •esident of club, presided for urrent events after which rook vas played at four tables. Mrs. p. Q, Polndexter w6A the high icore award also the traveler's ?rize and the prise for low score rent to Mrs. R. J. Hlnshaw. When cards were left aside the hostess served (refreshments In two courses. Visitors of the olub were Meedamee Ooley Parker, W. M. DeBerry, Oliver Absher, and C. ft Jenkins. m I. Sans Souci Clqb Has Dinner Party The member* of the Sang Soucl club with their husbands enjoy ed a dinner party at the Carolina Restaurant Thursday * evening. Following the dinner, served at 6: SO o'clock, bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. R. H. Shell received the top score award for the ladies while among the men Mr. Jack Swofford was the win ner. EISELE CONSTRUCTION CO. Tomlinson Building Phone 767 SEE US FOR ESTIMATES ON YOUR r BUILDING We Can Give You A Contract Price hww%wwh%wh»»hhhhhI tit., n t '^ULCtLIMbA.',^^ r McNiel At Party The Presbyterian circles are meeting on Tuesday as fol lows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Frank Blair, 8:80 p. m. Circle No. 8, Mrs. h. M. Nel son, 8:80 p. m. Circle No. 8, Mrs. Staton Mo Iyer, 8:80 p. m. Circle No. 4, Mrs. R. G« Fin ley, 8 pm. Circle No. 5, Mrs. W. J. Ba son, 8 p. m. » - Circle No. 8, Miss Corlnne t Haw, 8 p.m. i? - • ' The circles of the North Wil kesboro First Methodist church are meeting on Tuesday as fol lows: Mary Brame circle, Mrs. J. R. Hix, 8:80 p. m. Frank fimoot circle, Mrs. R. M. Brame, Sr., 8:80 p. m. Johnston circle at the home of Mrs. W. L. Bandy with Mrs. Ray Watts as co-hostess, 7:80 pr m. Franklin circle at the home of Mrs. Weaver Starr with Misses Cora Ingram and Myra Sale as co-hostesses, 7:80 p. m. Gardner circle, Mrs. W. C. Marlow, 7:45 p. m. The Fidelis class of the Wil kes boro Baptist church meets Friday evening, 7:45 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Archie liee Osfiorae at Oakwoods with Mrs. Vernon Stroud as associ ate hostess. The Episcopal Auxiliary meets Tuesday evening, 7:45 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Hoyle Hutchens. The general meeting of the North Wilkes boro First Bap tist Woman's Missionary Soci ety will be held Tuesday after noon, 3:00 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. R. T. McNiel, Circles 1 and 2 are to be in charge of the program. •A delightful party of the week wks the one given by Mrs. R. T. McNiel at her home on 8ixth Street Friday evening entertain ing for the members of the Idle wfse club and a number of extra guests. Five tables were placed fcir bridge in a beautiful setting o<-spring flowers, and preceding play the hostess served a dessert course. Top score prize for club mjembers went to Mrs. C. G. Poin dexter while among the visitors Mire. T. G. Bowden, Jr., Was the winner. Mrs. Frank Tomllnson received the bingo award.; Wilkesboro Woman's Club In Meeting Eighteen members and two visitors were present for the Jan uary meeting of the Wilkesboro Woman's club held Thursday evening at the Community House with Mesdames Lawrence Miller, W. T. Long, A. R. Gray, Sr., and Presley Myers as hostesses. Mrs. Long, the president, was in charge of the business session and heard the usual reports. In the absence of the pro gram chairman, Mrs. C. T. Dough ton, Mr. Long, superintendent of tfye Wilkesboro school, showed a Ad made explanation of an edu cational film pertaining to the stjate. The hostesses served re freshments during the social hbur. TOMUNSON'S WEDNESDAY SPECIALS New Shipment Large Double Bed Size Cotton Woven BED SPREADS Beautiful Design. Colors: Blue, Rose and Green. Regular Price $3.98 To Be Sold 0 Wednesday Only AT *2.77 Each Basement SPECIAL % 32-Piece Dinnerware Set Assorted Pastel Colors. Reg*. Price $5.95 Wednesday Only *3.88 Set From 8:30 To 1 P. M. TOMUNSON'S Department Store lAjArs. Forrest Jones E|ntertains Her Club t Ex Librls club members were entertained by Mrs. Forrest Jones at her home on Fifth Street Fri day afternoon. Mrs. Vernon Deal, the president, presided for a short business session, and for tlje program Mrs. Darwin Smith ed read a number of poems. The hostess directed Bome games, after which refreshments were served. CJarden Study Group AjAet With Mrs. Helms .The Garden study group of the Junior Woman's club, of which Mrs. Ralph Buchan is chairman, held its monthly meeting on last Monday evening with Mrs. Hight Helms. Mrs. A. C. Chamberlain, chairman of the Senior Garden club, met with the group, and g^ve a most helpful and instruct ive talk on the cultivation and care of roses. The hostess served lifeht refreshments during the so cial hour. West Yadkin Splits With Wilkes Foes West Yadkin.-—West Yadkin aid Millers Creek split a pair of closely-fought basketball games here Friday night, West Yadkin girls winning the opener, 28-15, and the Millers Greek boys tak ing the second game, 29-21. The boys' game was a thriller all the way. Foster and Whittlng ton led the attack for Millers Greek while Boles and E. Myers were the big threats for West Yadkin. | - Lineups and summaries: Girls' Game 0 " Pos. W. Y. 28 - 15 M. Creek F—B. .Johnson 8 2 Canter F—Wagoner 5 6 Robinson F—Weatherman 14 5 W. Snider C—Wallace C. McNeil G—Mitchell G. Snider G—Wishon J. McNeil Substitutes: West Jadkin—Ire land 1, Vanhoy, Groce, Cheek, Wood, King. Millers Creek— Church, Cooper 2, Faw, Woodie, Higgins. Boys' Game Pos. W. Y. 27 29 M. Creek F—E. Myers 8 4 Snider F—Dickerson 1 Pierce C—Miller 1 9 Foster G—J. C. Myers 3 7 Vannoy G—Boles 14 9 Whittington Substitutes. West Yadkin — None. Millers Creek — Levitt, Eldridge, Kilby, P. Snyder, Delp, Church. HYACINTHS TULIPS JONQUILS HENDERSON'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 545 Support Y. M. C. P "SOUTHERN BARGAIN STORE BOYS' SWEATERS - /; One^ Lot Boys' Good Warm Sweaters. Colors To Choose From. Sold For Much More—^ . ■ 87* Each Men's Winter Unions Men's Long Sleeve and Leg Winter Weight Unions In All Sizes. Yon Can't Beat This Price— ij *1.25 Suit Boys' Sweat Shirts Boys' Solid Color Fleece Lined Grey Sweat Shirts. Sizes Up to 16 and Plenty Of Them— 87* Each Men's Outing Pajamas One Lot Men's Heavy $3.00 Onting Pajamas To Go At This Close Out Price. Sixes Small To Large— *1.50 Pair COTTON VESTS *> Ladies' Heavy White Cotton Shoulder Strap Vests. All Sizes— 25* Each Boys' Gabardine Pants Boys' Better Garbadine Pants. Brown, Blue, Green To Choose From an! In Sizes Up to 16. This Is A Real Buy For The 'Boys.— $1.48 Paii BOYS' PANtS One Lot Boys' Off Color Bluje Dungarees, Not All Sizes, But Plenty To phoose From. Get A Supply While They 87* Paii Boys' Flannel Shirts Boys' Solid Color and Plaid Flannel Shirts. Sold Up To $2.25 Each. A|1 To Go At This. Close Out Price— HANES SLEEPERS We still have HANES 2-lMece Sleepers in Pink and Blue At This U nbelieveable Low « , Price For This Garment— $1.2! Cotton Bloomers Heavy Large Tea Rose Ladies Bloomers. Elastic Top and Legs— 25* Each Boys' Winter Unions Boys' Better Grade Winter Weight Unions. Long Sleeves and Ankle Lengths. Sizes Up To 16. Get A Supply Now— 97c Suit LADIES' SKIRTS One Lot Wool Skirts. Some Sold Up To $4.95. Many Colors and Sizes To Choose From. This Is A Real Buy— 87* Each Ladies' Outing; Gowns Ladies $2.50 Striped Outing Gowns To Be Sold At Below Cost. All Sizes So Get Yours While They Last— *1.50 Each Girls' Outing Pajamas Girls' $2.50 and $2.98 Belted Outing Paja mas In Stripes and All Sizes To Choose From. Get Them While They Last— *1.50 Pair DOUBLE BLANKETS Big Double Part-Wool Blankets. Pink or Blue Stripe. Some White. 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