North Carolina Newspapers

    n -y* I. 1^37
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IAPITAL
Dobson, March 29.—The East
er season brought a number of
visitors to Dobson. Among the
number we note: Miss Elizabeth
Freeman from Queens College,
Charlotte, N. C.; Misses Julia and
Mazie Comer of Raleigh, Miss
Lucile Freeman, of Randleman;
Miss Lela Cooper of Goldsboro;
Miss Clara Freeman, of Marlon;
Miss Nonle Gordon, North Wil
kesboro; Mr. Russell Goodwin, of
Raleigh; Mr. Albert Morris, of
Winston-Salem; Frank Comer, of
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as adminis
tratrix of the estate of O. L. Dar
nell, late of Surry county, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons holding claims against said
estate to present them to the un
dersigned within one year from
date hereof or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
settlement.
This the 22nd day of March,
1937.
MRS. WALTER COLLINS,
Administratrix of O. L.
Darnell deceased. 4-15
I PAUL GWYN I
PHONE 258
All Lines of
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Companies Only—No Mutuals
Radio Service
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, RADIO SERVICE MAN
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(Incorporated)
PHONE 70 ELKIN, N. G
AM yoa • ntti* abort of
halpbaoouaatho boy haagono ml
off to school and ■ llttlo abort o* mV
powar In tha busy aaaaon? What II
younoad la a now FORDSON.
• traotor that la oompact onough ■
to gat around thaaldo-hllla and In
■ and out of tho draws. Yat K hail I
' tr*me~fsua powar for Ha elm.
Puna to hand la alwioat any lm
plamant you will avar want to
waa. Powar aouplod with aeoie I
omy. Navar oat* whan lt'« Id la. Haa I
a govarnor at standard aqul pmant I
thot savaa tha fuat waata of a roa- M
lag angina. And a ehaloa of thrao
fuai syatama. Thara ara a lot of A
■ W Important faaturaa In tha naw
FOROSON that wa'll In glad to
ia ahow yaw.
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LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW TRACTOR
ON YOUR FARM
We kiavc repairs for all old model tractors as well as plows
and harrows in stock at new low prices
PAUL BENNETT MOTOR CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
and Mrs. D. D. Riddle of Sanford.
Mrs. C. G. Comer, Miss Maaie
Comer, Frank Comer and Rus
sell Goodwin attended the Easter
services of the Home Moravian
Church In Winston-Salem sun
day morning.
Mrs. Edwin Reld was hostess
to Circle No. 2 of the Methodist
Missionary Society Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. Jennie Stanley was pro
gram leader. Those on the pro
gram were: Mrs. P. P. Riggs, Mrs.
John Crawford and Mrs. J. W.
Thore. The hostess served re
freshments during a social hour.
Mm. Frederick Smith and Bliss
Emma Comer of the Dobson
school faculty accompanied
Frances Freeman and Myron Fol
ger to Greensboro Friday In at
tendance at thi state music con
test. Myron and Frances won 3rd
honor rating in the contest.
Jim Dan Hemming, who attends
the Appalachian State Teachers
College at Boone, spent the East
er holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Hemming.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt McNeill of
Carthage spent Easter with the
family of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Norman.
Lon Jr. and Jack Folger of Mt.
Airy spent Easter with their
grandparents, W. L. and Mrs.
T3 Annn
Ivtttc,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wolfe of
Union Grove, Iredell Co. spent
Sunday afternoon in town with
friends.
Mr. Brady Norman returned
Friday from Florida, where he
spent the winter months in the
interest of his health.
TFHE RYJON TRIBUNE. KLKHf. NORTH CAROLINA
■■■■■■ WHAT
I >S
TAKING
■ PLACE
BJM by
■UNITED StATES SOWTOR
Hearings before the Senate
Committee on the Judiciary with
reference to the President's court
plan have served to focus new
attention on the Important part
Congressional committees play in
the legislative field of our Gov
ernment. It is not too much to
say that these committees really
draft the laws under which our
people live. Nevertheless, com
paratively few people really ap
preciate their importance and
have a knowledge of their func
tions.
All proposed legislation is re
ferred to the proper committee. If
jit pertains to the courts, it goes
to the Judiciary committees of
both Houses. If it pertains to the
Navy it is referred to the com
mittees on Naval Affairs and so
on. Should the measure intro
duced be of importance, the com
mittees hold hearings, such as
those now in progress on the
court plan, and it is here that
the people register their views.
Thus Congressional committees
are the ears and eyes of Congress.
More important laws, such as tax
bills, etc., are drafted in commit
tee rooms and reach the floors of
both Houses as committee bills.
Of course, these bills can be vir
tually redrafted in the Senate
and in the House in the course of
debate and amendment, but with
out previous committee consider
ation the work of the Congress
would be hopelessly jumbled.
Naturally, members concerned
with particular legislation secure
committee reports, copies of
hearings and confer with com
mittee members with regard to is
sues of importance. Thus, the
committees are firmly entrench
ed in the basic workings of the
Congress.
No better evidence of the key
part committees have in the leg
islative branch of the Govern
ment can be found than the fact
that the standing and influence
of a member of Congress, whether
he be a Senator or a Representa
tive, is based on his committee
posts. And this standing and
assignments that are based on
influence is gained only through
seniority attained through ser
vice. North Carolina's represen
tation on committees is today par
ticularly strong because the mem
bers of its delegation have senior
ity attained through continuous
service.
New members of both Houses
start at the bottom of commit
tees. The seniority rule is never
violated. Men with long years in
service and great prestige in the
House have come to the Senate,
but were forced to take the same
rank so far as committees are
concerned, as a new Senator
without previous Congressional
experience. For example, Na
thaniel Macon of North Carolina,
iwho served with distinction as
Speaker of the House of Repre
sentatives, started anew when he
came to the Senate, and his pre
vious experience in the House
counted for naught when it came
to committee assignments. Thus,
the seniority rule is one of the
most hallowed Congressional tra
ditions.
The most treasured post in
Congress is a committee chair
manship, with its prestige and
power. And this prestige and
power comes only through con
tinuous service. As a result the
committees are composed of men
of experience and who are ably
equipped to exercise the great
functions given to them in the
orderly process of drafting and
redrafting laws and in reflecting
the will of the people.
BOX SUPPER TO BE
HELD AT BUGGABOO
There will be a box supper at
Buggaboo school house, two and
one-half miles northwest of Ron
da, Saturday night, April 3, at 7
o'clock. The proceeds will be used
for the benefit of Macedonia
Baptist church.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.
A CORRECTION
Correcting a news item ap
pearing in the Cool Springs news
letter in the issue of March 18,
regarding Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Smith of Leaksville visiting her
parents, Mr. Smith states that he
is not married. The Tribune re
grets the error.
A bad-weather Mend is the one
who will loan you his only um
brella.
' It's Cotton '^
Spainhour's!
NOT DOZENS OF DRESSES, BUT HUNDREDS OF
Nelly Don and Georgiana
COTTON FROCKS ,-0
AS SEEN IN VOGUE |Pf?? %
Cottons! . . . Lovely, clever styles as seen in Vogue. |us|\+/ Ji
«!eautiful .. . inexpensive ... for spring and sum- '
ler. Printed batiste, printed dimities, solid color / y
imities, sheer seersuckers, printed and solid color fa &
inens, dotted Swiss, and many new novelty sport ma- jrjt
erials. Come early! We're not showing dozens, but I^Y
IUNDREDS of these lovely frocks . . . styled by i
SL9B - $2.95 - $3.95
$5.95 to $7.95
Shirley Temple
FOR CHILDREN
Clemtr, beautifully styled little frocks in both Shirley \Gr£tt£Sßw^
" Temple and Cinderella styles. Lovely materials, SG%SBSBHBF/
| 11/ workmanship and styling. Prints, printed dimities, wt&SBSm//
I 11/ printed flaxons, etc. To see them is to buy .. . be-
I 111 ' cause they're not just ordinary dresses! Sizes Ito 3, /i
\w $l.O0 and $1.98
SHIRLEY TEMPLE m
SHIRLEY TEMPLE Wp V Adorable little Shirley Temple I I
And jEjg crepes and taffetas. Beauti- 11
riMHPRPI I A manship. See that you add sev- /jHMiIMBBiHIwBi
UIUIEJiCLLit fiffi ( eral to her spring and summer |Hft
Frocks in Teen Sizes j| j|S "sizes Ito 3 and 3to 6
Beautifully made Shirley Jr r j /
Temple and Cinderella /F&L~;W V: 1 |IQ / / 1/
frocks for girls in their Jra I 7T|/% -// If
teens.- Lovely styles in )Tw?W&f // /J
printed dimities and prints. And at w \ ' wrw^
these low prices you can buy a half ) Ami ' LJ
dozen without missing the money. Ana Py
SI.OO - $1.98 $2.98
Sydnor-Spainhour Company
ELKIN, N. C.
    

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