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Garden Club Gives
Program For Woman's
Club Meeting
The North Wilkeeboro Senior
Woman's club, ^ held Its last
meeting, before! adjourning for
summer, Monday afternoon at
three o'clock at the club house.
The Garden club, a department
of the Woman's club, was In
charge of the program with Mrs.
Hannibal Duncan acting as chair
man. She presented Mrs. Edd F.
Gardner, State director Of District
Two, who spoke on the history of
the State Garden club and Its
plans for coming year. She em
phasised the awards that the
Federation wag offering to clubs
for achievements, and gave an in
teresting account of events which
took place at the 25 th anniversary
Garden club Convention held re
cently in Winston-Salem. Follow
ing Mrs. Gardner's talk, Mrs. Dun
can spoke briefly on the growth
of our personalities as we grow
our flowers.
Mrs. C. E. Jenkins pointed out
the importance of having the right
size container or lower arrange
ments. The container should not
detract by being too ornamental.
The members of the Garden club
brought different types of flower
arrangements which were suitable
for the various rooms In a home
even to the kitchen and the front
porch. Also there were two large
baskets Of flowers suitable for
churches. t
Mrs. R. T. McNiel newly in
stalled president, presided for the
business session. She appointed
the following committee chairmen
for the coming year: Program,
Mr. C. Don Coffey, Jr.; finance
Mrs. Edd F. Gardner; house, Mrs.
P. C. Forester; membership, Mrs.
J. Q. Adams; magaslnes, Mrs. Ivey
Moore; publicity and newspaper,
Mrs. Arthur Venable; radio, Mrs.
Doris B. Brown; art, Mrs. Tal
Barnes; music, Mrs. A. F. Kilby;
scrapbook, Mrs. John Wayland;
girl scouts, Mrs. R. S. Gibbs;
welfare, Mrs. W. R. Absher; com
munity recreation counsel, Mrs.
Vernon Deal; and Junior club
sponsor, Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Jack Swofford, the cor
responding secretary, was asked
to wrfte Mr. Dermont Smith and
Mrs. Ivey Moore, immediate past
president, a letter of thanks for
the lectern which Mrs. Moore ask
ed Mr. Smith to make for the club.
It was decided to give $25.00
for the Girl Scout Camp which is
to be held at Mtn. View School
next month. Mrs. Zollie Eller,
chairman Of her group, reported
they attained their goals, and
she turned a check of $60.00
over to Miss Ruth Colvard, trea
surer. Mrs. Eller was commended
by the president as being the
first group chairman to attain
her goal. The Executive Board wilJ
prepare ar proposed budget for
coming year to be presented and
approved at the September meet
Mesdames Claude Canter, Wat
son Brame, and Ed Caudill were
elected as new members. , »
Following refreshments, the
members were invited to get a
closer view of all the arrange
ments which were placed about
the club house. Hostesses for the
Union W.S.C.S.
Met Tuesday
Members of the Society of
Christian Service of Union Metho
dist church held their monthly
meeting Tuesday, June 6, at the
home of Mrs. Claud Laws with 13
members and 1 visitor present.
Mrs. J. M. Nichols read the
scripture lesson; taken from the
9th chapter Of Matthew.
Mrs. Charlie Warren led the
devotions on "Why is my gift so
Needed?" Mrs. Warren was as
sisted by Miss Mary Nichols, Mrs.
D. E. Turner and Miss Bessie
McLean and the prayer was offer
ed by Mrs. J. P. Crysel. The busi
ness part of the meeting was in
charge of the president, Mrs.
Claud Laws. Refreshments were
enjoyed during the social hour.
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Miss Mary Michell
Weds James Watsoh
Elkin — Miss Mary Elizabeth
Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Mitchell of Elkin, be
came the bride of James Alton
Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
L. F. Watson of Lucama at 8 p.
m., Friday, June 16, at the Elkin
Valley Baptist Church.
The Rev. W. C. Guth officiated
at the double ring ceremony. A
program of wedding music was
meeting were Mesdames Guy Lil
lard, J. M. Crawford, H. G. Dun
can, C. B. Filer, R. H. Shell, Ed
Dancy, and Fred Henderson.
>resented by Mrs. Ed Martin, so
oist, and Miss Mary Lou Martin,
The bride, who entered with
:he bridegroom, wore a blue aft
ernoon dress with a lace bodice
ind chiffon skirt. Her hat was
jf matching satin rose petals
and her corsage was of white
Roby Mitchell, brother of the
bride, Ed Martin, brother-in-law
if the bride, Bill Daye and Charles
Wllfong of Boone were ushers.
The couple left after the cere
mony for a wedding trip. On their ■
reutrn they will be at home in El
kin. .
Mrs. Watson was graduated
from Elkin High School and is
now employed at Cato's Depart
ment Store.
Mr. Watson, a graduate of L#u
cama High School, attended
North Carolina State College in
Raleigh and Atlantic Christian
College in Wilson. He is now em
ployed at Radio Station WKBC.
State Seeks A Safe
And Sound Fourth
The State Highway Department
will make an appeal to motorists
beginning Sunday to conduct a
"safe and sane Fourth."
Department headquarters sent
out this week a supply of cards
pleading for highway safety. They
are to be distributed by patrolmen
t>eginning Sunday to motorists who
are stopped on the roads.
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Land Entered by R. C. Jennings,
Entry No. 1628.
State of North Carolina, Wilkes
County, Office of Entry Taker,
June 19, 1950.
Notice is hereby given that R.
C. Jennings of Wilkes County, has
this day entered 10 acres more or
less, acres of land, in Brushy
Mountain Township, Wilkes Coun
ty on the waters of Rockyl creek,
and adjoining the lands of C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combe, Fred
Marlow, Dolph Nance heirs, and
others; bounded as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at an old established
corner, a stone the West corner of
Dolph Nance and being C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combs corner,
said stone being approximately 8
poles South of a small -branch,
thencte running West with C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combs line, 87
poles, (See deed Book 226, page 1,
office of Register of Deeds, for
Wilkes County, to a black gum
on the South bank of said small
branch, thence North with C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combs line, 94
poles to a small Maple on a
branch near an old still site and
the said C. C. Combs and Rosa
Combs corner, in the line of Fred
Marlow, thence East with the line
of Fred Marlow to his rock cor
ner, in the lands purchased from
V. M. Hendren, said rock corner
was formerly a pine, thence South
2 degrees West crossing a ridge,
a dry hollow and another ridge,
then a small branch, in all 94
poles to the beginning comer, and
containing 10 acres, more or less,
and running various courses for
comnlements. If no orotest is filed
within 80 days warrant for
will: be issued.
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See Us For
We Con Give
Phone 767-J
our Building
I am
on Town
rate of $
uation, allowing
on all payments
1, 1950.
The amount can be
Clerk's office, calling
Pay early and save
Tax Collector
2 per cent
before July
Wilkesboro, N. a
June 22-26-29

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