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Quiz Program Will
Be Featured At
C;Of C. Center
A quix program will be present
ed at the Community Center in
the Chamber of Commerce building
on Friday as an entertainment
feature for the summer visitors
in town. Cash prizes will be giv
v en to the winners. . !
J. Dale Stentz will be master
of ceremonies, assisted by Mrs. R.
t 0. Covington, official hostess of the
center. Mrs. J. Dale Stentz will
serve as accompanist for the as
sembly singing which is featured
each Friday night as a part of
1 the program. " ":" r ' j '
' Miss Mary Stentzt soloist, will
give several numbers during the
Mrs. H. B. Moody, of Franklin,
returned home Monday after spend
ing several days with her daughter,
Mrs. Ralph Kuykendall.
Johnny Mack Ferguson, small
son of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Ferguson and Billy Kuykendall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuy
'kendall, have recovered from minor
Miss Margaret Hall, who has
been working at North Wilkes
boro for the past year, spent her
ten-day vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hall, at the
Brooks'ide Farm at Dellwood. She
returned to her work on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Matney and
son, Deryal, of Franklin, formerly
of Dellwood, spent the past week
end with friends and relatives in
Ratcliff Cova and Dellwood.
W. H. McClure, of Spartanburg
visited with relatives in Dellwood
and Hyder Mountain for the first
time in six years.
Mrs. Dick Setzer and son, James,
of Canton, spent two days of last
week with Mrs. Setzer's mother,
Mrs. Minnie Woody.
The three major tourist homes
of our community are enjoying a
splendid season. They are: Brook
side Farm, Moody Farm and Harold-Ken-Dale
Claude Ferguson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Boone Ferguson, is only
slightly improved from a serious
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Singleton and
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Moody will
represent the Dellwood Baptist
church at the Haywood Association.
Rev. Robert Gaddis announced
that a revival would begin at the
Baptist church the first of Sep
tember with Rev. Quick, of Can
ton, doing the preaching.;
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Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
Rev. Jarvis Teague will preach
Sunday morning at 11 at the Fines
Creek Baptist church.
Rev. Joe T. Shackford will con
duct the following services Sunday
at 11: Pine Grove and at 2:30 ser
vices at the Baldwin Chapel.
Rev. and Mrs. Joe T. Shackford
had as their guests during . the
week Dr. and Mrs. Cutler. ; Dr.
Outler is a professor of Duke Uni
versity and has been spending the
summer at Lake Junaluska.
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, Newport News, are visiting friends
and relatives on Fines Creek.
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position at Newport News, spent
a few days recently with his fam
ily on Fines Creek. He was ac
eompanied back to Virginia by his
wife and two children where they
will reside in the future.
CARD OF THANKS
we wisn to thank our many
friends for the beautiful flowers
and sympathy shown us through
the sickness and death ' of our
beloved husband and father.
Mrs. Nelson Galloway and Children.
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