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Items About Comers and Goers ... From
Here and There
People You Know Who Move About
Mr. W. J. Church was a business
visitor to Wythevllle, Va.,
Mrs. T. E. Sherrill spent last
week visiting relatives at Catawba.
Mr. R. R. Churcb is having his
residence "brightened up" with
new coats of paint.
Mr. Carl Church, a well known
cittaen of the Purlear community,
was a business visitor here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee, of
Spruce Pine, spent the week-end
with friends in North Wilkesboro.
Ruby- Jean and Eddie Mastin,
of Elkin, spent the week-end ir
Wllkesboro with their grandmo •
ther, Mrs. S. F. Mastin.
Miss Jo Lassiter visited with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Lassiter at Four Oaks, for a few
days last week.
Miss Reba Thompson, teacher
in the Barium Springs school,
was a week-end guest of Miss
Gray Greene in Wilkesboro.
Miss Mary Hester Clark, cashier
at the J. C. Penney company
store here, was in Mount Airr
Friday assisting the cashier at
the new Penney store there.
Mr. W. K. Sturdivant of North
Wilkesboro, recently sold four
purebred Aberdeen-Angus cows
to Mrs. Addie H. .Jones, of Cricket,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gray have
returned to their h°m@ in Wilkesboro
after undergoing treatment
at the Baptist Hospital in
Mr. John W. Hall entered the
Wilkes Hospital Sunday afternoon
for treatment. Mr. Hall has
been in ill health for several
Mr. Jack Strader, who was in
school at Appalachian college at
Boone, arrived last week to spend
the summer wifh his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Strader.
Mrs. George Childress, of the
J. C. Penney store here, was in
Mount Airy last week assisting
in-"the opening of a new Penney
Mr. W. J. Bason left Saturday
for Wilmington and Morehead
City, where he is attending meetings
of the North Carolina Ports
Authority. Mr. Bason was recently
appointed a member of
the Ports Authority board by
Governor W. Kerr Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Pardue, of
Harker's Island, are spending
several weeks In the city with
Relatives and friends. They are
former North Wilkesboro residents.
Friends are glad to know that
Mr. J. L. Garwood's health has
improved and he is now able to
be out. Mr. Garwood was confined
to his home for some time
because of illness. *
A daughter( Martha Jennings,
was born to Mr. and Mrs, M. G.
Stahl, of Wrightsville Beach, on
May 13th. Mrs. Stahl Is the former
Miss Elizabeth Jennings, of
Pores Knob, N. C.
Mr. W. C. Bentley left Saturday
to spend a week in Atlanta)
Ga., with his sister-in-law, Mrs.
F. C. Bentley. Mr. Bentley's
resignation from the police fore*
here was effective May 20.
Mr. Henry Lenderman has improved
the appearaftce of his
residence with the addition of
fresh ooats of paint. Mr. Lenderman
also recently had the building
in which his shoe shop is located
Sgt. Raymond E. Joines, son]
of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey S. Joines,
of Wilkesboro, is participating in ]
army field maneuvers at Yakima) ;
Washington. Sgt. Joines is as-J
signed to H company of the 23 rd !
Miss Nancy Garwood^ who has1
been in school at Appalachian!
college at Boone, arrived Thurs-J
day to spend the summer at'
home. Miss Garwood is a daugh-^
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gar-^
wood, of this city.
Mr. Shafter Lawsj of Washing- '
ton, D. C., visited his father, Mr.ji
R. Don Laws, at Moravian Falls,'
last week. He was accompanied
home by his daughter, Miss Martha
Laws, who is a student of
A. S. T. C. at Boone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brame, of
High Point, accompanied by Rev.
Mr. Avett, assistant pastor of
Wesley Memorial church at High
Point, -v^ere guests here Wednesday
for the day In the homes of
Mr. P. J. Brame, and Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Brame.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lucas of
Tahlequah, Oklahoma, are visiting
Mrs. Lucas' father and sister
Mr. Vance Huffman and Mrs. Albert
Fairchild of North Wilkesboro.
Mrs. Lucas is the former
Miss Louise Huffman of this city,
and now holds a position as a
graduate nurse in the Hasting
Hospital of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Mr. Lucas is also employed
in the Hasting Hospital as a
Medical X-ray and Laboratory
FOR SALE—Will sacrifice for
quick "Sale. Beautiful Baby Grand
Piano. Slightly used. Satin Mahogany
finish. The best buy we
have ever offered. Terms if desired.
Garwood Piano Co., Midway
F Cecil J* Porter of North Wilkesboro,
now a Corporal In the
Organised Reserve Corps, has
been accepted by Department of
the Army for 36 days active duty
training by the Commanding
General at Ft. Bragg, It was announced
by Col. Norman McNeill,
Senior'Instructor for the Organized
Reserve Corps In North Carolina.
Upon completion of the
training at Ft. Bragg, Cpl Porter
will revert to an Inactive status.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowder, of
North Wilkesboro, attended the
42 nd annual convention of the
North Carolina State Optometrlc
Society held Sunday through
Tuesday, May 15 and 17, at
Ocean King Hotel, Atlantic
Beach. The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Society held a simultaneous
meeting. Dr. K. W. Ramsey, of
Marion, was elected president of
the Optometrlc Society and Mrs.
Henry B. Day,-Jr., of Raleigh,
was elected president of the
Special—10 Days Only. One
hundred dollars off list price of
and new Spinet piano on our
floor. Terms if desired. Garwood
Piano Oo., Wilkesboro. . 5-S36-2t
GALAX LlONS CLUB
Felts Park Galax, Va.
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Friday and Saturday, May 27-28
2 Nights — 1 Matinee
i FOR SALE
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Sipc-room house, hardwood floors,
built-in cabinets, insulated, electric
hot water heater; also beautiful
building lots on Cherry
Street, Wilkesboro, N. C. Also several
beautiful lots in Hlousseau j
Or Call 7S4-M
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