NBtfS FROM THE
Dobson, March 1. —Dobeon was
blanketed in snow Sunday, the
first of the winter. The boys were
wild and wet all day, reveling in
————————— Spring ... the most glorious season of the year .. . takes on a new
*■> j meaning when you see the many new spring things at McDanlel's,
I .A.Kn Each day brings thrilling new shipments designed to set your heart
* dV * fluttering—and you'll be more than pleased to learn that prices are
Fashion RgVU6 80 please come Ixl tod »y and have a first view.
Manish Coats J
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i New, stylish, mannish suits! Youll mm
t go for them the minute you see them! yft :^ llWrnk
We have them in navy, brown and xkjt W Wtjm
grey of newest materials and the best »§ V / \ wp?
. of tailoring. By all means include ' i/X&L'
'f one these suits in your new spring
1 $5.95 10 $ 19.75
Lovely linen blouses that are hand-$> V* I i / /
:;ii!l||iV||lu(A x made to wear with that suit. Every I u A
l|sl!iLl:lVi®V : vl color that's new and fashionable. r ?TI JtM
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Hp 1 " Crepe and all-Silk Tailored Shirts and
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I I ll . You'll like this group of crepe and all /t»« AQ AA AQ
/ 1 I silk tailored shirts and blouses. They are NJ[ ,»/0 " tbZ.«/0
I In a variety of pleasing colors for spring.
No, 1206—This striped HATS
Ro«®wnf»rl I Hab - have never 1)6611 80 st y lish
nosewood print with /= and becoming. See the new spring
pique vestee and Straws and felts in new spring col-
Cllffa. Contrasting but- , [by \ * ors, shapes and brims. Prices are
tons, wide skirt „ mil B phasing, too.
Black and White, * J/k H 98 C to $5.95 /
Navy and White,
V. Swagger suits will again be popu- /
$10.95 afe-Hs $9.90 to $16.95
fit you. Grey, blue, navy and beige. (
YOU'LL THRILL WHEN YOU SEE THE NEW SPRING
Don't miss these stylish new ensembles. Includes both m "7T O . Af
coat and dress to make it easy for you to get variety T I I m*vD
out of one outfit. We have them in navy, brown and B B VI
grey, and in awide range of sizes.
McDanlel's Dept. Store
the exhilarating game of snow
Rev. C. W. Russell preached at
the Methodist church Sunday
Miss Lela Gordon of Pilot
Pilot Mountain, spent the week
end in Dobson with her sister,
Mrs. P. P. Riggs .
Jack Polger of Mount Airy, was
a week-end visitor at the home of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Reece.
Little Bertha Jewel Hemmings
was hostess to 18 little friends
Thursday evening, upon the occa
sion of her 9th birthday. Games
and contests were in order of
amusement, after which the hon
oree's sister, Mrs. J. G. Lewellyn,
served refreshments. Bertha
Jewel showed enthusiastic appre
ciation of her gifts for a birthday
Attorney George Holton of
Winston-Salem, attended court
last Thursday. He is a son of the
late A. E. Holton, who was a
prominent lawyer, and ofter at
tended Surry court.
James Sawyers, Jr., and family,
of Washington, D. C., are spend
ing sometime with Mrs. Spon and
Mrs. Selectman, sisters of Mr.
Mrs. Carl Folger entered the
Elkin hospital Friday and was op
erated on Friday afternoon. Her
friends in Dobson will be inter-
Turner Drug Company
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TRR FT .KIN TRIBUNE. ELKIN. NORTH CAROLINA
e«ted to hear of her sure and
Wade B. Hampton returned to
Washington Thursday, after
spending some days with his
mother, Mrs. Emma Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Qrady Stelle, who
have been residing in Pennsyl
vania for some months, have re
turned to Dobson, to occupy rooms
in the home of Mrs. Ida Riggs.
Mrs. Emma Reece Mock of the
Welfare Department, has been
confined to her home with an at
tack of "flu."
Miss Vera Sawyers of Westfield,
spent the past week in Dobson,
with her sisters, having suffered
an attack of "flu." An epidemic
of influenza has settled upon
quite a few victims in and around
Dobson, especially at the C. C.
Tom Martin, who was tried last
week at Dobson, and convicted of
burglary in the first degree, and
sentenced to death, is the first
capital conviction which has been
in Surry county since the electro
cution of a man named Cain
about twenty years ago.
Ronda, route 2, March I.—lt
seems more like winter while the
snow lasts. The earth was cover
ed here last Sunday morning with
a blanket three or four inches
deep, and made the forest a beau
tiful picture. Every bough was
bending low with a heavy load.
Mrs. C W. Gilliam, Sr., has
been confined to her bed with ill
ness for the past two weeks, but
seems to be improving some, "we
are glad to note.
Farmers say that snow Is a
great help to small grain, stand
ing in the fields waiting to grow.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Triplett
of this place, had as their guest
the past week-end their daughter
[ and family, from Elkin.
Eugene Jones spent the past
Saturday and Sunday in Win
Blanche Pardue has been absent
from school for several days, due
to illness. •
Mr. J. P. Mathis, whose dwell
ing house was destroyed by fire
recently, contemplates rebuilding
at the same place, and has most
of the material ready to begin
Some of the folks from here are
attending court at Wilkesboro
Ralph Pinnix, who works at El
kin, spent last Saturday night and
Sunday here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pinnix.
Mrs. J. B. Armstrong of Win
ston-Salem, visited her mother,
Mrs. C. W. Gilliam, here, last Fri
day. Mrs. W. A. Stroud, of Wil
kesboro, daughter of Mrs. Gil
liam, spent from Saturday until
Monday with her, and Mr. and
Mrs. Don S. Gilliam.
Wayne Stroud visited his sister,'
Mrs. Seaman Dobbins and Mr.
Dobbins, at Elkin, last Sunday.
Mrs. J. G. Gilliam and Mrs.
Clint Gilliam of Elkin, were the
guests of Mrs. J. T. Tripiett and
Mrs. C. W. Gilliam one day last
Mrs. A. C. Orsborn has been
very ill, but i 3 much better, we ore
glad to note. Mrs. Orsborn was
able to come to the church for
services at our last meeting. She
most always attends services, es
pecially the Saturday meetings.
The members of the Mountain'
Park school faculty attended the
teachers' meeting held in Dobson
Friday afternoon, February 26.
The friends of Mrs. Will Shores
are glad to know that she is now
able to resume work.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cockerham
and family spent last Saturday in
Miss Viiena McOee spent last
week-end at her home near Mount
Mr. P. B. Isaacs has been con
fined to his bed with a slight at
tack of pneumonia. We hope for
him a speedy recovery.
We are glad to note that the
condition of Mr. Sherman Nixon
is improving. He was operated
on for appendicitis last week.
Mr. R. W. Walters of Mount
Airy, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Walters, last Saturday.
Miss Bertha Byrd spent the
week-end at her home in Mount
Read Tribune Advertisements!
State of North Carolina,
County of Surry,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
Ruby Norman, Admx. of S. L.
Norman, deceased, PETITIONER,
Ellis Norman and wife, Orace
Norman, Albert Norman, George
Norman and Charlie Norman,
Hollie Chones and children: Hazel
Chones, Gertrude Chones and
Robert Chones, the husband and
children of Ester Chones, de
ceased, Martha Johnson and hus
band, Stanley Johnson, Lillia
Scales and -husband, Jack Scales,
Heirs at Law of S. L. Norman,
The above named defendants
in the above entitled special pro
ceeding, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Surry County, North Carolina,
to sell the lands belonging to the
estate of the said deceased, loca
ted in Marsh Township, of the
aforesaid county, containing 37
acres of land, more or less, to
make assets to pay the debts of
the said estate, and for the dis
tribution of any balance among
the said heirs; and each of the
above named defendants will fur
their take notice that he or she Is
required to appear within 10 days
after the completion of service of
this summons by publication be
fore the Clerk of the Superior
Court at the aforesaid County, at
his office in Dobson, North Caro
lina, and answer or demur to the
petition which has been filed in
the office of the said Clerk, or the
relief demanded therein will be
This the Ist day ef March, 1937.
F. T. LEWELLYN,
3-25 Clerk of the Superior Court.
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