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Zl.-tlij, Ulr.irf 21, 1S24
- THE ASHEBORO COURIER, A
TUidr. February XI, 1924
j Kr. Maleomb WhftfieU and tittle
daughter, Alice Marts, of Gncn-
boca, were the pMU of Mr. Whit-
Aeld'a enter. Hi. W. C Hamoad.
Satviday and Sunday.
Mm Sarah Cox returned Saturday
from a to weeks vieit to relative
i in Hick Pout
Mr. and Mra. Clyde Cox, of High
Mr. Z. V. Fox, of Liberty, m
Iowa Saturday for eeveral hours.
Mr. Rom Kin left Saturday for Point, were the week-end ruesta of
High Point where he will take a bu- Mrs. a R. Cox, Saturday and Sunday.
MM count at Edward. Business Col- Mr. P. A. Hayee, of Randleman,
lege. was a visitor in town Monday.
Miss Fairy Mane, of Plsgah, was . Mr. EL C Cox, of Asheboro Route
in town shopping ior several hour 1, was a visitor on our streets one
Saturday. day tat latter part of last week.
Messrs. D. L. and J. C Fox, of Mr. C. W. Fields, of Pleasant Gar
JUndleman, were in town aauuii den, was a business visitor in Aahe
for the day. bero last Friday. -
Mr. ftoouy Swaim, of Liberty, was Mr. G. H. Jones, of Franklinville,
in town Saturday on business and vis- was a visitor in town last Friday
ited relatives. and gave The Courier a pleasant call
Miss Maud Miller returned to her and renewed his subscription.
school at Ramseur Route 2 Monday Mr. R. E. Snyder, of Fullers Route
After spending the week-end at hotqe. 1, was a visitor in Asheboro last
Mr. t". P. jonea, of JUoeny, E Saturday.
among the business visitors in town Messrs. L F. Craven and R. H.
.the latter part of last week. : Brown, of Seatrrove Route 1, were
Miss Koaa Elliott, of Farmer, was business visitors in Asheboro Satur
the guest of friends in Asheboro Sat- dav.
uroay. - ; Mr. and Mrs. Urady cranford, oi
Mr. J. N. Bennett, who has been Bombay, attended the funeral of Mrs.
confined to his room with rheum- Cranford's grandmother, Mrs. E. B.
tism for the past ten days is im- Kearns, Saturday,
proving. " I Miasea Jessie and Annie Johnson,
Mr. C. Homey, of Farmer, was of Bombay, were in town shopping
among the business visitors in town one day the latter part of last week.
Saturday. I Mr. Fred Cox, of Lexington, was a
Mr. L C. Moser went to Liberty visitor in Asheboro the latter part of
- Friday on legal business. ilast week.
Mr. Zeb Rush, of Richmond, VaJ Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Surratt and
was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Httle daughter, Mary Eunice, of
bailie Rush, last week-end. I Mechanic, were in town Monday.
Mr. T. J. Finch, of Trinity, attend- Mr. A. C. Jenkins, of Asheboro
d a call meeting of the County Com- Route 8, was a business visitor on
jnisaioners at the court house in our streets last Saturday.
Asheboro Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Lucas, of Ma-
Mio. Rn snrhnm wrft PMHav for lone. Alabama, are visiting relatives
Camden, S. C, for a visit" to Mrs. ' in Asheboro this week. Mrs. Lucas
aii,s. St.. will ha owov flhnut ton was Miss Eula Moffitt, daughter of
vg, .Mr. Robeson Moffitt before her mar-
... m taa .n, .., coinage, and is well known throughout
. s, .. ...,, "" the countv.
on town on DUSiness oaturoay. w- M . ff whimed to her
Miss Foy Ingram, of Baleigk, is
expected tail week for a visit to hr
pares ta, Mr. aad Mrs. J. T. Ingram.
Mrs. W. F. Cross is quite ill at
her home in North Asaeboro.
Mr. C C Homey, of Fanner, was
in town several hours Saturday
Mrs. Clarence Spaugh and little son tea given by Mrs. Edwin Cranford at
sre expected to arrive in Asheboro her home on is unset avenue Ski unlay
Thursday for a visit to Mr. and Mr, afternoon, February 16th, announcing
E. G. Morris. trie marriage oi mi .man .ranioru
Miss Mary Sue Rutland, of Lexing- to Mr. Sam Story. Receiving gra
ton. was the week-end ruest of uously at tne iront door was Mrs.
friends in Asheboro. M- G. Edwards who pointed the way
Again this week we are
Delightful to a score of little folks
was the celebration of Mary Harrison
Redding1! fourth birthday at the home
of her oareri U. Mr. and Mr Charles
Pleasing in detail was the elaborate Redding on South Fayetteville street.
Mrs. Craaford Gives Tea.
to the receiving line in the East par-
. .it:.i 1 .-- II
leave out a number of gaod items n".
which reached us too late for this ;nrla "llul " ?,v"
issue, as our columns postively elose Jt At the head of the receivmg
at noon Wednesday, except in cases m 8t0 hosteS8 in brocaded
- .-a ki i.v. . fawn afternoon gown. After greet-
curing between that time and the mg ,her, f.81 8j!e Prese"td
time wiimhi nr W want news. """. -"'
fter the little folks had assembled
Mrs. Relding and Miss Came Brit
tain assuted in playing games until
the dining room doors were opened
and the young guests invited in.
In the center of the table was a
larire cake with four lijrhted candles.
The cake was cut, and brick cream i
and wafers were served. Afterwards
little red Valentine favors filled with
salted nuts were passed. The little t
honoree received many lovely gifts!
from her friends.
m u n i c a txn
No 1&8 A. F.
and A. M.,
7.30 p. m.
All Master Masons invited to attend.
JOHN SWAIM, Master.
JAMES NEELY, Secretary
NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF LAND
social, and locals, but please send
everything as soon as it happens.
Misses Margurite York and Golda
Hayworth, of Greensboro College,
spent Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Burkhead and
Mrs. Ed Cranford were visitors in
in a Chinese blue afternoon gown
trimmed with bands of fur, and wear
ing a corsage of pink roses. Her
mother, Mrs. C C. Cranford was next.
Mrs. Cranford wore a handsome black
dress with a corsage of valley lillies
and narcissi. Next was Mrs. A. J.
Maxwell, of Raleigh, mother of the
By virtue of an order of the Super
ior Court of Randolph County made
the case of v ictor Parker et al vs.
High Point one day the latter part of hostess, wearing a dinner gown of
Miss Lydia Mae Crowell was a
visitor in High Point one day last
Messrs. U. H. Jones and Haywood
home at Ramseur last week much im-
.Parks, of FaxJdiiivUie. were ouameu ; "J n t Memor.
at The Courier, office while here. iai hospital.
Mrs. C. C. Rollins is opening a
Mr. Gollin bteed, or cnanowe, was:sewin room oyer Ashebor( Bank
m town last Thusday for several ftnd Tnjgt company. It wm possibly
hours, and visited friends and rela- . j flw, attr nart nf the wppk.
iives before going to his home at M Jega Garner who had a
steeds to visit his father. 'operation at the local hospital two
Mr. Frank Stanton, of Central weeks ago, expects to return to her
-Falls, was in town Friday on busi- nome in West Asheboro the latter
ness. I part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cox, and two The Randolph Chapter U. D. C.
ons, Wilbur and Walter, of Ashe- will meet at the home of Mrs. J. D.
ioro Route 1, were in town shopping Ross Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
.Saturday. Boss and Mrs. I. C. Moser hostesses.
Mrs Henrv Puirh returned last ! Mrs. Robert Cameron is back at her
wekfiSnTviSto relatives at Post at the Central office after a
C JdYrawZms.of Hemp, is at
turn7d to Denton Monday after Memorial Hospital in a critical con
spending the week-end at home. .dition. ,
Mrs. Roy T. Hodgin and children I Mrs., J. Wynne, of Durham, is the
returned Friday from a visit to xela- Jguest of Mrs. Scarr Alexander at the
tives at Greenboro. Ashlyn hotel.
Miss Mary Wade Bulla returned to ' Among those who attended the
lier school at Coleridge Monday after funeral services for Mrs. E. B. Kearns
ien days at home on account of the Saturday were Mrs Hattie Cotton,
IchooU being closed due to the meas- and Mr. Frank Cotton, and Mrs. Jen
1a enidemic nie Lassiter, of Albemarle,
Misa Emmeth'Tuttie, of Raleigh, Mr. Wilfred Carr of Greensboro,
TC v.. .!. in-, t r. was a week-end visitor in Asheboro.
uZeToe wna' retuing Mr. Oscar Harris of Candor who
n Rkleirii Tuesday underwent an operation for appendi-
?f7iIl8aa:--,oc, .-iris at the local hospital last week
iri. naiwed throuirh Asheboro last is improving steadily.
week on her way to Lenoir for a vis- Miss Cleta Rich, who is teaching at
it in her sinters there. I Frnnklinville this winter, was at
Unrn to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bulla home the truest of her parents, Mr,
on Cox street, February 11th, a son, and Mrs. Elmer Rich, last week-end.
MoTtin Tlewpv. I Aivnmnanvinir Miss Rich were Mr.
Miss Lucile Scarboro returned Sat- Clinard and Miss Gertrude Moffitt,
j jr - .n.v.n ... in irinrirlo nf FVnnVHnviUe.
While there she visited Miami, Mel- Mr. R. C. Johnson has purchased
v. D-nfAwn rTr,ri flnri the home of Mr. Clarence Hughes
other places of interest and expects to move his family to it
HSSlftf Ame'.PH?ut,at',Tthe M Treva Beck and Gladys
Striking of Americas at tt . . d nlfltives and friend8
over. An onering ior fissions wm---- r plllkl.ton -d Mra.
black lace. Next was Mrs. J. W. Max
well, who wore a pretty sand dress,
and Mrs. J. M. Neely, aunt of the
groom, in a black afternoon dress.
Mrs. Laurin Cranford and Mrs.
Fowle Birkhead directed the
sruests into the beautifully appointed
Mr. I. S. Kearns and family, of dining room. Here Mrs. C. L. Cran-
Mt. Gilead, spent Sunday at Fanner ford by Mrs. C. Rush, Mrs. Lacy
with Mrs. Roxana Dorsett. Lewis. Mrs. Arthur Birkhead, and
Mrs. Nora Kearns is in Greensboro Mrs. James Crutchfield served an ice
visiting her daughters, Mrs. L. M. course. On each plate was tiny hand
Kearns, and Miss Clyde Kearns. painted bnde favors, with the date oi
Messrs. M. F. Skeen, Van Cranford, the wedding. The color motif m this
Claude Dorsett, Joe Kearns, Estley room as well as in the other rooms
Keams, and Herbert Keams left last was yellow and white. The lights
week for Lumberton and vicinity, were shaded with yellow, casting a
where they will spend a week fox soft glow over the table with its cluny
hunting. lace cover with the centerpiece a
One of the twin babies of Mr. and crystal bowl of freiias. At the
Mrs. Jeff Harris, of the Canaan sec- four comers of the table were yel
tion, was found to be dead when the low candles in silver candle sticks,
family awakened on last Thursday Throughout the other rooms were
Morning. This is the second child large bowls of frezias and yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Harris have lost in ionauils.
this way. Funeral services were at The bride is the only daughter of
Canaan on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cranford, of this
Mrs. Lizzie Davis, of Pinson, is place, and one of the most charming
spending the week with her brother, young girls of the town with a host
Mr. S. C. Cranford. of friends. She was a student at
The pupils of Farmer high school Greensboro College. The wedding,
enjoyed a Valentine party at one of coming at .this time, was a surprise to
the school buildings on last Friday the friends of both the young couple,
night. but was most fitting that the an-
Mr. Carson Cranford is in the nouncement should come at tne vai
d a vnni pn nni'VTY
nr.uu.Ai- 3Ulltl 1 Gumey Henley et al, the undersigned
-" Commissioner will offer for sale to
The regular monthly meeting of highest bidder for cash on Satur
the Randolph County Medical Society jay March 1st, 1924, at the Court
was held in the court house at 2 House Door in said county at 12
o'clock on Tuesday, the 12th. o'clock M. the following described
The physicians attending were Drs. real estate in Cedar Grove Township,
W. 1. Summer, F. C. Craven, Geo. H. Randolph County, bounded as follows:
Summer, W. L. Lambert, and C. C. Tract No. 1. Beginning at a red
Hubbard. oak and running South 42 chs and 85
The program consisted of discus- Iks to a white oak; thence East 35
sion of unusual and interesting cases chs crossing the creek to a stake;
reported by most of those present. thence North 21 chs and 10 Iks to a
The members of the society are re- pine; thence East 39 chs and 50 Iks
quested to bring to the meetings any to a pine, Hammond's corner; thence
peculiar cases for examinatien. North 21 chs and 75 Iks to a black
Meetings are held on the second jack; thence West crossing the creek
Tuesday in each month. to the beginning, containing 236
All physicians in the county who acres more or less.
are not members are urged to join Tract No. 2. Beginning at one of
and let us make the Society a benefit the above named comers in Fugnoy's
to all. line runninir thence South on his line
C. C. HUBBARD, Pres. 34 cri8 t0 a black oak on the North
side of swamp; thence East 39 1-2
TRINITY NEWS chs to a stake; thence North on Ham-
monds line 34 chs to a pine; comer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw spent of other tract; thence West on said
Saturday with home folks at the line 39 1-2 chs to the beginning, con
Highland farm. taining 100 acres more or lass.
Mrs. Yarborough, of Kanapolis, is Said re-sale is being made on ac
treatment, and is recovering nicely. Mr. Story is the son of Rev. and
On March 2nd, there will be a Sun- Mrs. J. C. Story, of Marion, and also
day School Institute at Tabor church, has many friends in the town, as well
hec-innino- t m!Sn Miss Flora Da- as throughout the State. He is at
a Mr w T. WnrH. nresent principal of the school at
of Asheboro will be the speakers. At Hemp.
9-Sn in tVio n ft-rnnnn nf the same dnv
these sneakei'a will he at Science Hill. ! Mrs. Presnell Hostess.
spending some time here with rela- count of an increase bid having been
tives. Mrs. Yarboro was Miss placed on said former bid. The bid
Georgia Shaw. ding will begin at $2200.00.
Mrs. Tyndale is visiting in Thorn-' This the 14th day of February,
The old Parker house here is un-' c. N. COX. Commissioner.
dergoing great changes. The fifty 2t 2-21-24.
year old trees are cut down, and the
house painted. The old boys of half QAS ON STOMACH MAY
century ago would hardly know , CAUSE APPENDICITIS
the old College hostelry.
Mrs. Bettie Payne Woolen has been Constant fas causes inflammation
ill for some time. She is residing which may involve the appendix. Sim
with her brother in North Trinity. Die glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc.. as
Mrs. Hunter Craven is recovering mixed in Adlerika helps anv case eas
from the measles. on the stomach in TEN minutes. Most
Sunday school workers from all the
schools within reach of these places
are invited to be present.
Mrs. 0. L. Presnell entertained the
members of her bridge club and a
few other guests Friday afternoon at
her home on Salisbury street. .Flay
ing at three tables were Mrs. Joe T.
, , t, . w..,0 Lewallen, Mrs. Arthur Birkhead, Mrs.
We, the members of the Woman s T ' titu t. m; ntv, r-
Foreign Missionary Society of the uMTi c Moser mLs EM Lovett
Methodist Protestant church of rs. L y-J' i f 1 U wen,
A TRIBUTE OF LOVE
Worthville, N. C, desire to offer a
Mrs. Hal W. Walker, Mrs. Roy Hod-
Mr. Earle Johnson and Clark Payne medicines act onlv on lower
are engagea in panning on norui
ASHEBORO ROUTE 1 NEWS
e taxen at me ciose oi u service. iD-r;-Alwl anH Bnn Robert, were
la SS Wsiteia to Greensboro one day the
to school children and teachers on the f f j t week
front age of this issue. , , Mf9 T Finch of Trin.
Mr. Carmie Macon is building a ityi attended the funeral of Mrs. E.
residence on his lot west of town on B Kearns last Saturday,
the Farmer road and will move there. Megsrs. h. N. McMasters, of Farm
when it is completed.' Ier ana l. M. Miller, of Pipe, were
Six xooma in the new south wing of jn Asheboro on business one day the
the local school building have been latter part of last week,
completed and are now being used for Miss Grace Wood returned Sunday
lass 'worlc oix more rooms in wie from tne nign rout nospiuai wneic
north wing are ready for seating and 6ne underwent an operation for ap
lieating as is the beautiful new audi- pendicitis, very much improved,
toriurp, which will seat fourteen or Miss Gertrude Atkins, a student at
0fteeii hundred people. ! Guilford College, visited her mother,
Miss Mary Curry, of Carthage, was Mrs. Delia Atkins Saturday and Sun-
3 visitor in the home ol Mr. ana mre. jay
Mann MnhAl ln Wi a h M Va M :
, i . i i . a iv lUli luioo iuauci i aiiwiu uio. juj.
iriDUte oi love ana esteem w uie A w .., ... w,er.
J . -K r ITllCOi (U1U 1U.J.0. J-lt n.. iiiivu
memory our uear suner, mre. jh. ,oro rnnntmA fW nrize
M.rAlr Tt.hn AinA of hni. hnma Ton. w r
j.tx v i ivik miu ujici av nc uviuv vau- a. j. JUt T T Aurallat. ont nix
uary owm, ... nni nri . nnr Af Bnif atia nenner
W.aMSD If hoo nlnacnH nnt v.x, .-, t
W.o,r.l !.,. ; U, 1. J t BIiai-BO, WBlll vu mio. xwjr
-v.iCI ii. i.o .v. t ..i pegged chicken, on lettuce, with as
aer mercy w remove irom our mias. . Bandwiches wafers, pickles and
an esteemeu anu loyai memoer wno t . ut aA fHre rl were
was ever willing to do what she could . .ri.: .,.
to carry on the Master's work, we . , f
shall miss her cheerful smiles, but eacn
feel that our loss is her eternal gain.
Therefore, be it resolved, Valentine Bridge.
FIRST: That in her death we have
lost a true friend and co-worker in Thursday afternoon Mrs. Ernest
Christ. She will be missed by the Wiles was hostess at a pleasant Val
children, for like Dorcas of old, she entine Bridge party in the Ashlyn
made garments for and was ever hotel parlor. The game was enjoyed
helpful to the motherless children, at three tables for an hour or more
She will be missed too in the Sunday unui we carets were conecieu uu uic
arhnnl She wb helnfnl in a11 He- scores added. Mrs. I. C Moser re-
partments and in the Church work. ceived the first prize, a lovely Vanity
SECOND: That we extend our and the second prize, a buffet set
the herenve.1 went to Mrs. W. A. Underwood. The
huahnnri nnH InveH ones. nd commend boobv went to Mrs. J. S. Alexander.
them to the care of One who doeth all Mrs. Henry Ingram assisted in serv-
things well. ing a delectable fruit salad course,
THIRD: That a copy of these reso- with wafers, turkey and relish sand
lutions be given to the husband; be wiches, pimento-cheese loaf, and hot
rarnr-AaA Jn the minntea nf the Mic- tea. Valentine decorations made the
sionary Society; be published in the room attractive for this pleasant oc
Methodist Protestant Herald and the casion.
local county paper.
MRS. C. E. DURHAM, 1 Randolph Book Club.
MRS. L. P. FOUST, '
MRS. J. K. FARLOW, The Valentine meeting of the Ran
MISS ROSE MYRICK. ,lolnh Book club was held at the
Committee, home of Mrs. E. L. Moffitt, on Sun
"feet avenue Friday afternoon. Mrs.
The people of Charlotte are offer- John K. Wood read the chapter from
Fay Macon, who has had her tonsils
removed, is getting along nicely.
Cyndrella K. Davis, of Edgar, who
has been spending a few days with
her daughter, Sybil J. Barker, re
turned home the first of the week.
Jeremiah C. Allen, of High Point,
Solomon E. Barker and Horace J.
Edgerton went to Rich Square, North
Hampton county, last week on a re
ligious visit. While gone they expect
to visit the State Farm for convicts
in Halifax county.
Alethia Bird, we are glad to know,
is improving. She is now at her
home on Ramseur Route 1, after be
ing in the hospital at Asheboro for
Mrs. Sophia Stout, widow of the
late Aaron Stout, is seriously ill at
her home on Ramseur Route 1. Her
recovery is not expected. Two of her
children from Indiana, and the others
who live in this state are at her bed'
Mrs. Sarah Bingham, of the Farmer
section, is visiting her daughters
Mesdames Laura Macon and Bettie
Work is progressing nicely on Wal
ter Lowe's new house.
but Adlerika acts on BOTH upper
and lower bowel and removes all gas
and poisons. Excellent for obstinate
constipation and to guard against ap
pendicitis. Standard Drug Company.
DR. F. C. CRAVEN
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
Ramseur: Monday, Wednesday and
Vsheboro: Tuesday, Thursday and
Hours: 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Asheboroo, No. 22 Ramseur No. 68
M. H Allred for several days last
week. Miss Curry was a member or
the graded school faculty last
it year o . M. nil
and has many mends in town wno are ft . of e week
and Mrs. Will McGuinn, , of
Point, visited Mrs. McGuinn's
Mrs. L. (J. rniiupB,
A. L. GRUNDMAK
Granite Monumental and Build
Cement Work A Specialty
HIGH POINT, N. C.
Do you try any sort of nostrum
when your loved ones are sick or do
vml fro to a reputable physician ?
Then why waste your money trying
all sorts of boll weevil remedies,
when the agricultural extension
workers of the State College and De
partment can give you methods de
veloped from the reliable tests made
over a great number of years?
j-lwavs glad to see her back.
Mr. Ramon Allred is erecting
Mr Wll Ham Hammond, a sipaeni
n..ntnr-A rillere ramfi home for
lice house on hig' lot on Cox street, .h week-end.
Hmov; thS1Siawniwe5k8m, Mrs. Olli. McAuley and daughter
m tJZ l."nd MZJ have!Mi Mildred, and Mrs U P. Byrd, of
Mr Edgar Col and mu& M(. GiIead attended the funeral of
recently movea irom oenneiv w jmio- - K Saturday.
ing a reward of $700 for the arrest of
an unidentified negro who shot and
killed John) Fesperman, 21 year old
son of Deputy Sheriff Victor Fesper
man, during a raid near Charlotte.
m w m m
City and county officials from
Winston-Salem are looking for a ne-
the book, "Life and Letters of Walter
Hines Page", and Mrs. J. D. Ross
read Mrs. Hammer's paper on Judge
Ben Lindsay, as she was away. After
the current events, Mrs. Rhodes Mof
fitt and Mrss Dick Rhodes assisted in
serving chicken salad, heart shaped
Kftndwirhes. wafers, pickles, coffee,
gro man said to have asKaulted a ten and mints in Valentine baskets were
year old white girl near Winston last pagaed, the Valentine colore predom-
luesoay. ine assault is said w nave mating.
taken place within 100 yeardg of the .
girls home. Blood hounds are being jwo Showers For Mrs. Story,
used in the hunt. i .
C. L. HASTY
Asheboro, N. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pies and French Pastry
Only first class materials used in the
baking of our "Table Pride Bread".
Fresh daily at your grocer.
We Specialize in Birthday and Wedding
' -i m
Horn, on uy. i-rr.ee. -j t of friendg
Mr. J.O.. Redding and- son, John, A.heboro Saturday and Sunday.
went to High Fomt one day last, Workmen are enKaged in taking;
weetovu w. r. wooa, wQ d Ma,n fltnet
taking treatment In a hospital there gtg1JSrt2d by Mr. H. M. Robins
lit Clyde iHendrlck Is Ikying 7 An up-te-date colonlel
foundation for a Wpu i his f'thJWe of the old
lot OH orejwne.ierrw. - , i"",. . v L... it tha landmarkl
of, the town. Thla hous vru -urj
laU m . 8.
.Mm. A. J. MaxweU.'of Raleigh-ja
the house guest of her claughter, UrtW "XwSTaf
Ed'wd Cpord, ?a W mm Y A
a a. tm aii nn iiiJinnMi inn -
M linnie Burkhead and air. Idol
Mi Llnni) I
Everybody U Invited to attend the
- Pageant, "Striking of America's
Hout at the "M. , P. ehureh Sunday
' wring,. February 14th -tm7:S0
'clock. A Uvr : offering rffl U
tak at tha doe of th pageant.;
-i Mrt. Rhode MoffiU hat . M h
liotm guet her mother, , Mra. Coopr,
f rayettevllle. v r .
IJeam. Wllliard Feme and Harold
: foo fpent the week-end at Trinity
Mr. Bright Dickens, who underwent
an ftporat-oa for eppendlcitis at Mem
erlal honpltaL has returned botM
, touch -nip rtrrt-L f
the town in tha long Ago. ifha hoofc
nrahahlv built eahr In the lth
century. ..f v
Mra. N. (L White, of Wtartin-Sa-lent,
wm a visitor In tha home of Mr.
and Mns M. IL AUrwl everal daya
last waek. Mra. WWW ' wm ue
Mariott MendenhaQ before Mr .mar-
-in aiui Mra w. jl. unairwm
wmt to Me Mr. Underwood's father.
CoL W. F. wood, who u uung jreai-
tMnt la High rointaoepiuu s
" m. A - Km- nal nodrln. of
Greensboro, ware the gveeta of Mn.
HodrlnM parenta, Mr,, ana r. ueo,
Poy Your Store
A MW-' Owning will
probably the best
improve m e n t you
could make at your
tore this spring.
AN AWNING Is an
When you consider
yean ox service. It
protects your stock
displays from the
glaring rays of the
summer sun. Let us
show you samples.
Two lovely "showers" were given
for Mra. Sam Story Tuesday, the
first being at the home of Mrs. C. L.
Cranford Tuewlay morning. The en
tire lower floor of the handsome home
was bright with blooming flowers
making a pretty setting for the
frames. Rook was played for an
hour, and when the scores were count
ed the priiey a string of amber beads,
i went to Mrs. irorreu suggs, ana io
jtbe henoree was given a handsome
i ailver eompoto. This shower was in
the form of a "Kitchen Shower" and
tho articles given wero moat useful.
(Later fruit eocktail in grape fruit
en dr. .followed bv a chicken salad
' eouratf was served. About twenty
! gueeta ware present on this occasion.
The shower Tuesday afternoon was
' given at the home of Mia. Mack
l&idgev with Mrs. Ridge and Mra. Gor
tell Suggs Joint Hostesses, r ive iao.es
were arranged for games, heart dice
tod bridge played. After the games
wer concluded, the honoree waa
asked te wind long: string which
i led her to Mine uuea wiui ioviy
CAN Vr A S
- f. tiea ner u gun w i
PxtKlUCta CX drifts. The heater aaslaUd by Mn.
CneMbera. ff C ILattiUl t,TatDM, aaa
. . . J A.
), whipped eream and candiea.
WE CAN CHARGE YOUR BATTERIES
"WHILE YOU WAIT"
WITH OUR NEW CONSTANT POTEN
TIAL BATTERY CHARGING
WE CAN CHARGE YOUR BATTERIES:
IN 8 HOURS.
Don't buy a new battery--We can re
build your old. We also have flrst-class
i -. .. .
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