Juiiors Aid Try on li Slugfest 20-14 By BAT CHURCH Tryon American Legion team' toppled North WilkeBboro In a •baseball game at Memorial Park here Wednesday night In a slagging contest by a score of 20-14. The game was marred by thirteen errors, six by Tryon and seven by North Wllkesboro. Try on took advantage of two big innings, the third and sixth, to pile up their rnns. North Wil kesboro batted . around in the Fixth inning to score nine runs, but not enough to overcome the big Tryon lead. For Tryon Chltwood and Skip per had three hits each, both players hitting a single, double, and triple. Calloway had a triple for North Wilkesboro with .Joe Garwood and Swofford hitting doubles. Ramsey pitched the entire game for Tryon with Rhodes and Louellen catching. Green started on the mound for North Wilkes boro with Swofford and Welborn following. Eller, Pardue, and| Calloway caught for the local j team. Score •by' innings: Tryon 308 117 0—20 12 6 N. W. 010 129 1—14 11~7 North Wilkesboro Juniors will play Spruce Pine here Friday night and Lenoir here Saturday night. -:SOCIETY: Rhodes-Pearson Vows Are Spoken In a simple but impressive home ceremony, Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock, Miss Lena Catherine Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Rhodes, of Wilkesboro, N. C. was wedded to Benjamin S. Pearson, son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. Lee Pearson, of Granite Falls, N. C. The tows were spoken at the home of the bride's parents, with Rev. J. R. Short, pastor of Friendship ' Methodist church of-1 ficlatlng. The music was pre-| sented by Miss Peggy Preslar, of Taylorsville, cousin of the groom. The bride's father gave her in marriage, and Mr. A. L. Pear son, brother of the groom was best man. Jimmy Rhodes, broth er of the bride, was usher. Miss Faye Rhodes, of Greens boro, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and the bride's only attendant. She wore a street length dress of aqua crepe, with which she used black and white accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses. The attractive bride wore a street length dress of pale lavan der with an imported lace yoke and peplum, with which she used white accessories. Her head dress was an allusion shoulder length veil of white lace with matching elbow gloves. She carried a brid al bouquet of white carnations with a detachable corsage of white rose buds set off by flow ing streamers. The mother of the bride was dressed in forest green with brown and white accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses. After a sh6rt wedding trip through North Carolina they will make their home in Hickory. Mrs. Pearson attended Millers Creek high school, Brevard Jun ior College, and now attends Clevenger College of Business Administration. Mr. Pearson graduated from Hudson high school, attended N. C. State College, and Clevenger College of Business Administra tion. He is now a member of the office personnel of Pacific Mills, Rhodhiss, N. C. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Pearson, Misses Patsy and Genelle Pear son, Mrs. Ben Terry, Mr. anf Mrs. Rex L. Smith, Mrs. Ernest Whisnant, Mrs. W. F. Preslar, Mr. Jack Preslar, Miss Francis Preslar, Mr. and Mrs. Wofford Kanupp, Miss Faye Rhodes, Mr. A. L. Pearson, and Miss Peggy Preslar. Support Y. M. C. A. Brooks-Chamblee Marriage June 18 Announcement Is made of the engagement of Miss Edythe Ma rie BrookB to Douglas Scales Chamblee, of Raleigh, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud C. Brooks, Wllkesboro, Route 1. The wedding will take place on June 18 at Bdenton Street Meth odist church in Raleigh. Mr. Chamblee, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland S. Chamblee, Zebulon, North Caro lina, is a member of the research staff of the Agronomy Depart ment, NT. C. State College. He will receive the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from Iowa State Col; lege on June 10. — o Clingmon H.D. Club Has Meeting The Clingman Home Demon stration club held its regular monthly meeting, on Thursday afternoon, May 26, at the Cling man lunch room. There were 10 members present. The meeting was called to order by our presi dent, and Mrs. Carl Mathis was in charge of the devotional. Mrs. Green, our home agent, gave a very good talk on the drive that is being held for can cer fund and encouraged us to do all we can toward making it a success. Plans were made to assist in the drive. Our demonstration this month was on frozen food, and Mrs. Green gave an interesting dem onstration on this. She discussed ways for freezing and storing frozen foods. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the hostesses, Mrs. Dewey Redding and Mrs. Turner Redding.—Re ported by Mrs. Alene Redding. Support the Y. M. C. A FOR SALE 2—1940 Ford Deluxe Tudors 1939—Chev. Cpe. 1938—Ford Tudor 1935—Ford Tudor 1933—Chev. Cpe. 3—1930 Chev. Cpes. 1946 Inter. Pickup. 1941 Ford Pickup. i, 1940—Ford 3-4 Ton 1946—Reo Truck 1941—Chev. 1 1-2 Ton Truck. YADKIN VALLEY Motor Company Your Friendly Ford Dealer NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. CARD OF THANKS il wish ! to thank my many friends and neighbors tor their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of my hus band, W.1 H. Prevette. MRS. W. H. PREVETTE, Union Grove, N. C. What Kind of Parent Are Ton? Boston Municipal Jud^e says too many normal children are turned Into lawbreakers by doting parents. Don't miss his timely warning: on how too much Jove, money or education can wreck your child's life! Read "What Kind of Parent Are auOn's Ton?" In the June 26 ias\| The American Weekly, Nat Favorite Magazine With The Baltimore Sunday American. Order from Tonr» Local News dealer. o Support theY M. C. A.

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