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Mm. R. M. Day and Mrs. Leah
Pope have returned from a
weeks vacation at Myrtle Beach,
8. C.
v Mr. W. I. Bumgarner, of Win
ston-Saleih, visited relatives and
friends in the Millers Creek
community the past week-end.
Mr. Frank Stroud, editor of the
Davie Record at Mocksville for
the past 56 years, was a pleasant
caller at The Journal-Patriot of
fice Friday.
Mrs. Florence Gaither, of
Washington, D. 0., has been
spending several days with rela
tives in the Millers Creek com
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Pardue.
who have been visiting relatives
here for two weeks, have return^
ed to their home on Harker's Is
Mr, Hoke H. Steelman, a sen
ior at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Steelman, at Moravian Falls.
A commerce major, Mr. Steelman
will return to-^ summer school at
the University Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Carlton, Jr.,
of: Boston, Mara., are visiting
this week with Mr. Carlton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Carl
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Eller went
to Fork Union, Va., last week
end to bring home their son, Mr.
Bobby Bller, who had been at
tending the Fofck Union Military
Academy the past year.
Mr. Bill Harmon, who holds a
position with 'Western Electric
company in Winston-Salem, spent
the week-end here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Har
Mr. Wayne Gentry, who had
been in school at "Western Caro
lina Teachers College • at Cullo
whee during the past year, arriv
ed Sunday to spend the summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Claude Gentry.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cranor
and daughters, Lois Katherine
and Nell, of Winston-Salem, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Cranor, Jr., and
daughter, Carol, of Raleigh, and
Mrs. R. L. Scroggs, of Moravian
Falls, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cranor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Foster re
turned to their home in the city
several days ago after a visit in
Chattanooga, Tenn., with Mr. and
Mrs. James Reece, and other rel
atives. They made the return
trip through the Smoky National
| Park.
Mrs. Granville Myers and
three monthft old daughter, Ja
net, of Asheville, spent several
days here last week visiting in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Myers. Mr. Granville Myers came
over for the week-end and ac
companied them home Sunday.
Mrs. R. G. Finley went to
Chapel Hill Sunday to accom
pany home the Fin leys' daughter,
Miss Betty Gwyn Finley, who
was graduated from the Univers
ity of North Carolina with an A.
B. degree majoring in dramatics.
After a weeks stay at home Miss
Finley will go to Manteo for the
summer, where she will be a
dancer and mistress of costumes
in "The Lost Colony."
Support the.Y. MX. A.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harmon
attended the baccalaureate serv
ice in Elkin Sunday night for El
kin high school. Miss Virginia
Lee Transou, daughter of Mr. R.
H. Transou, who operates Bine
Ridge Tractor company In Wil
kesboro, was president of the
senior class.
Miss Jo Anne Vaught and Miss
huth Long will leave tomorrow
to spend a week with relatives In
and near Washington, D.,C. Jo
Anne, will visit her aunt, Mrs.
Henry E. Jungels, and Ruth will
visit her aunt, Miss Stella Reld.
Mrs. Vaught Will carry them to
Washington and will be accom
panied home by her son, Bobby
Vaught, who has been in school
at Leonardtown, Md.
Miss Geraldine Caldwell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.
Caldwell, of this city, sustained
a broken left ankle in an acci
dent while fishing from a boat
near Harkers Island Thursday.
Those from here at the house
party at the Reins-Poster cottage
at Harkers Island last week were
Miss Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Smoak, Miss Norma
Smoak, Mr. Bill Casey and Mr.
O. K. Whittington, Jr.; also
Messrs. Bill and Olin Barnes, of
Birmingham, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Montague Laf
fitte, daughter, Miss Jean Laf
fitte, and son, Montague, Jr., of
Quincy, Fla., visited relatives In
, the Wilkesboros today. They
were enroute to their-home from
Waynesboro, Va., where Miss
Laffitte was a student of Fair
fax Hail the past year. Mr. Laf
fitte is a nqphew of Mesdames J.
B. Spainhour and J. W. White.
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For Your
Electrical Wiring Jobs
Roy and George Wells
TelepKone 53
Phone 740-M . •
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