• SOCIAL NEWS*
^jjfclubs, Parties, Church Activities, Etc.
i .V^ MISS MAMIE SOCK WELL - EDITOR
R©t. and Mrs. S. A. Jones an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Hazel, to Jonah Lee
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Stone, of this elty. The tows were
spoken in a double ring ceremony
at York, S. C., June 25 in the
presence of Mr. and Mrs. Royal
Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is a sister
of the bride.
Are Spoken In
Race Street Methodist church
was the scene Saturday evening,
July first, at seveh oclock of the
wedding of Miss Laura Fay Hewitt,
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Hewitt, 1102 Boulevard, and Carl
Moore, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Moore, Statesvllle. Rev. J.
C. Groce, pastor of the church,
officiated using the double ring
ceremony In a green and white
setting jot ferns, baskets of white
hydrangeas, and white candles in
A program of wedding music
was rendered by Miss Sue Rlckert,
organist; and Miss Jean Couch,
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attended by Miss
Margarette Moore, sister of the
groom, as matron o; honor; and
Mrs. Robert Hewitt and Mrs. John
Wooten as bridesmaids. Best man
for the groom was Charles Rlck
ert, and Robert Hewitt and Bob
Moore served as ushers.
The bride wore a gown of white
nylon taffeta fashioned with full
net overskirt, floor-length snug
bodice, and off-shoulder neckline.
Her veil of bridal illusion was
caught to a coronet embroidered
with seed pearls and trimmed with
lace. She wore elbow length mitts
of lace and nylon net, and a strand
of pearls, a gift of the groom, and
carried a bouquet of white bride's
roses, centered with a white or
chid, and tied with white stream
The attendants were dressed in
gowns of yellow, blue, and pink,
designed similar to the bride's
Iress, and they carried nosegays Of
garden flowers tied with contrast
Following the ceremony an In
Circles of the First Methodist
church meeting on Tuesday
Frank Smoot circle at the ,
home of Mrs. J. W. Powell,
8:80 p. m.
Mary Brame circle at the
home of Mrs. Sdd F. Gardner
with Mrs. T. H. Waller as co
hostess, 8:80 p. m.
Emma Horton circle at the
home of Mrs. Russell G.
Hodges with Mrs. Ralph Reins
as co-hostess, 8:80 p. *m.
Hie Johnston circle at the
home of Mrs. W. A. Hardister
with Mrs. Clyde Pearson as
co-hostess, 7:45 p. m.
The Euxelain Sunday School
class of the First Baptist church
will meet Tuesday evening,
7:80 o'clock, with Mrs. J. Allle
Hayes at her home on the
Brushy Mountains with Mrs.
T. O. Crowell and Mrs. Clyde
Waugh as associate hostesses.
Circles of the Wllkesboro
Methodist church meeting on
The Irene Culler circle at the
home of Mrs. R D. Perry with
Mrs. M. M. Brame, Jr., as asso
ciate hostess, 8 p. m.
The Wesleyan Service Guild
at the home of Mrs. Yale Miliar
with Mrs. Jay Jones as co-hps
tess, 7:48 p. ip.
forn al reception was held at the
home of the bride, after which the
couple left for a wedding trip to
IThe bride is a graduate of
Statesville high school and a mem
ber Of the graduating class of H.
F. Long's Hospital School of Nur
sing. Mr. Moore, a graduate of
Cool Springs high school, served
20 months in the army, and is
now employed at the Statesville
Division, Seminole Mills. They
will reside at 438 Armfield St.,
Mrs. O. E. Triplett
Bridge Club Hostess
Bridge was played at three
tables Thursday evening when Mrs.
O. E. Triplett entertained at her.
home in Forest Hills for members I
of the Ez-Along club and some
extra guetss. Receiving prizes were
Mrs. R. T. McNiel for high score,
Mrs. D. L. Crook for second high
score, and Mrs. Presley Myers for
bingo. The hostess served a des
sert course at the conclusion of
play. Visitors Of the club were
Mesdames R. T. McNiel, M. B. Mc
Niel, Elmer Lowe, and Dermont
Smith. • T ^
Pastime Club Met
With Mrs. Gambill
Pastime club members and one
extra guest, Mrs. William Hayes,
were entertained Thursday even
ing by Mrs. Robert Gambill at her
home in Wilkesboro. The game of
bridge, played at two tables, was
followed by a sweet course. Mrs.
Charlie Day, Jr., was the winner
of the top scroe prise, Mrs. John
son Sanders received the traveling
prize, also the award for second
high score, and Mrs. Bob Kite was
the winner in bingo.
p Remedy Given
By C. E. VANDEMAN,
Assistant County Agent
As soon as the hot, dry weather
turns cooler with frequent show
ers, look out for late blight dis
ease on your tomatoes. It develops
rapidly at temperatures under 75
degrees. Water, In the form Of dew
or rain, must be present in order
for the spones (seed of the dis
ease) to germinate.
The late blight also attacks Irish
potatoes and certain related plants
such as eggplant and pepper. To
mato late blight can be controlled,
[t has long been known that cop
per in the form of Bordeaux mix
ture will control late blight. How
ever, this fungicide is not recom
mended because it frequently in
jures tomato plants. The spray
materials or dusts containing
"fixed" coppers, such as tribasic
copper sulfate, cuprous oxide, or
copper oxychloride give gobd con
trol and cause less injury than
For the fall crop, start spray
ing or dusting as soon as cool
weather (below 15 degrees P.)
prevails and repeat once each week
until the crop is harvested. Re
peat dust treatments after heavyN
rains as the dust washes off eas
ier than the spray.
If tribasic copper sulfate or Cop
per-A Compound is used, the cor
rect amount to mix per gallon of
water is six level teaspoonfuls.
When using cuprocide, use 2 level
teaspoonfuls per gallon of water. !
or T),r»T»t«3 cr^ *
md you will be able to produce a
£ood crop of late tomatoes that
will keep on growing right up till
the first killing frost this fall.
Annual per capita consumption
>f eggs ln -the nation was 2 6 per
lent higher in 1949 than during
:he period 1935-39.
Commercial production of fruit
would be impossible today any
where In the United States with
out the insecticides produced by
notice-OF Land ENTRY
Land Entered by R. C. Jennings,
Entry No 1628.
State of North Carolina, Wilkes'
County, Office of Entry Taker,
June 19, 1960.
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 Rocky creek,
and adjoining the lands of C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combs, 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,
thence running Wept with C. C.
Combs and Rosa Combs line, 37
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 Combe line, 94
poles to a small Maple on a
branch near an old still site and
the said C. C. Combe 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 Sooth
2 degrees West crossing a ridge,
a dry hollow and another ridge,
then a small branch, in all 94
poles to the beginning corner, and
containing 10 acres, more or lees,
and running various
within 30 days warrant
will be issued.
TROY C. FOSTER,
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