North Carolina Newspapers

    Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwin W&ugli
and tour daughters, Betty, Mary,
Catherine, and Roth, of New York
Citj. are spending two weeks in
Ngflut Carolina visiting here in
the homes of Mr. Waugh's sister
and brother, Mrs. Jay H. Johnson
and Mr. W. H. H. Waugh, and
at Mt. Airy with Mrs. Waugh's
relatives.
Mrs. Lula Meeks returned to
her home Sunday at Leaksvllle
after spending several weeks here
In the home of her niece, Mrs. S.
L. Whltaker, and Mr. Whltaker.
She was accompanied by Mrs.
Whltaker as far as Winston-Sa
lem, where they attended a reun
ion of the Young family at Salem
Chapel.
Messrs. G. L. ana Bryson
Adams were business visitors in j
Martinsville, Va., Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strader (
and son, Jerry, ftre spending this ,
week at Carolina Beach.
Mr., Dudley Moore j?as in Ra- (
leigh for the week-end visiting (
with friends. j
Several of the ExLibris club <
members, with their husbands,
enjoyed a picnic supper at Dough- .
ton Park last Friday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Crutchfield had
as her guest for the week-end
Mrs. H. B. Whitcomb, of Greens
boro.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Williams,
Jr., had as their guests for the
week-end Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
Sebrell, of Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shelor and
children, Eugene, Barbara, and
Carolyn Ann, spent Saturday af
ternoon in Lincolnton,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Elledge
and young son, Eddy, have gone
to Wilmington to make their
home.
Mrs. J. E. Caudill, who was a
patient at the Davis Hospital in
Statesville, is now at her home
on C Street.
Mrs. Boyd Stout and son, John
ny, spent the week-end at Sanford
with Mrs. Stout's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John A. Dalrymple.
Mrs. Albert Wood spent the
week-end at Martinsville, Va., with
her husband, 'Mr. Wood, who is
employed there.
Mrs. Mary Moore Hix is a pa
tient at the St. Joseph Hospital in
Asheville where she underwent
an operation about ten days ago.
She is getting along nicely.
Mrs. W. E. Kefauver, of Roa
noke, Va., is spending several days
as guest of her pieces, Mrs. O.
K. Whittington and Mrs. Claude
Hutchens.
Messrs. Bill Bason and Julius
Rousseau, both of this city, Bill
Garribrant, of Wilmington; and
Ben Etheridge, of Bailey, all school
mates at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, are spend
ing awhile at Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Mr. and Mrs. uari VanDeman
tnd four children, Margaret, Ruth,
Ddward, and John, left Saturday
or Nag's Head, where they will
ipend a week.
Albert Byron Miller, seaman re
xuit, USN, of Cricket, N. C., re
lently completed his recruit train
ng at the U. S. Naval Training
Center, San Diego, Calif. Miller,
vho entered the Naval service
Ipril 20, 1950, formerly attended
tonnarock Training School.
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Mr. Billy Whlttlngton left Wed
nesday to spend a week In New
York City, where he Is guest of Mr.
Ray Erwln, a member of the edi
torial staff of the New York Sun.
Mr. Jones Bowles, who suffer
ed. a heart attack several weeks
ago. Is still confined to his home
h it expects to be able to be out
again soon.
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