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_ muiatay. April 8, 1957
Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Wishon
announce the birth of a daugh
ter, April 1, 1937.
Green Castevens of Charlotte
spent the week-end here the guest
of friends and relatives.
Thomas Phillips and Clay
Church spent Monday in Marion,
Va., attending to business mat
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smoot will
move Tuesday to a modem new
home just completed by W. G.
Mas ten on Elk Spur street.
Mrs. W. B. Lankford has re
turend from Detroit, where she
spent a week visiting her mother,
Mrs. Fred Miller.
Dick Chatham returned Monday
from a weeks stay in Palm Beach,
Florida, where he was the guest
of Jack May of Burlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Folger
attended a birthday dinner in
Dobson Thursday evening given
in honor of Mr. Folger's grand
mother, Mrs. Lula Lewellyn.
Mrs. N. S. Forester, Jr., and
little daughter. Joan, will be the
guests Tuesday of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Church, on
Mrs. B. F. Folger of Dobson and
Mrs. Cassie Riggs of Richmond,
Va., were the dinner guests Fri
day evening of Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Folger on Church street.
Mrs. Jennie Chatham of Wins
ton-Salem, was the week-end
guest Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Laf
foon at their home on Church
We are joining with other Elkin firms to make
your visit to Elkin for Bargain Days one to be long
remembered! While here, visit our modern
shoppe for beauty service. Trained operators will
attend you. And our special Bargain Days pricen
will be an added treat. Don't fail to come in!
110.00 OU of Tulip Wave $7.50
7.50 Eugene Wave ..._ 5.00
6.50 Oil Wave 5.00
3.50 French Oil Wave 2.50
I \. Are You
Don't Give Up Hope. Let Us Give
You the Scientific New
The Croaley Xervac (pronounced Ex-ervac), is an
apparatus designed to stimulate and aid the
growth of hair, and develop a healthy condition of
hair and scalp by increasing the efficiency of the
circulation of blood in the deep tissues of the scalp.
This scientific new apparatus will not restore hair
where the hair roots are dead. However, results
ae usually noted on heads on which the roots are
alive after about seven to 10 hours of treatment.
Each treatment is of 30 minutes duration.
Falling hair is usually checked in every instance
after about five hours treatment.
If you are bald, or hair is falling out, by all means
let us give you this treatment. Ask for complete
Hotel Elkin Barber Shop
Elkin, N. C.
Claude Parrel! will 1e.,7 the
latter part of the week for New
York, where he will spend sever
al days attending to business mat
Mrs. Archie W. Futrell and chil
dren of Nashville, N. C„ were the
week-end guests of her brother,
A..0. Bryan, and Mrs. Bryan, at
their home on West Main street.
B. H. Shepherd and Ouy Neaves
of Grumpier were the guests Fri
day of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nea
ves, at their home on Bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Taylor of
Winston-Salem were the guests
Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. C. E.
Nicks, at their home on Main
C. S. Foster returned Friday
from Hot Springs, Arkansas,
where he has been for several
weeks in the interest of his
Mrs. Seth M. Beale and little
son, John Carrel, left Sunday for
Lexington, Ky., to reside. Dr.
Beale came here to accompany
Miss Emmaline Neaves return
ed to Greensboro to resume her
studies at W. C. U. N. C., Greens
bOTo, Sunday, following a visit of
a week to her. parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Neaves, on Church
Misses Sarah and Nancy Click
returned to N. C. C. W., Greens
boro, Sunday to resume their
studies, after spending the spring
holidays here with their parents,
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Click, on Circle
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
Yadkin ville, were the week-end
guests of the latter's mother, Mrs.
W. G. Church, at her home on
West Main street.
Miss Mary Millet of Winston-
Salem, and Miss Virginia Butner,
of Pine Bluff, were the week-end
guests of Miss Sarah Atkinson, at
her home on West! Main street.
Mrs. W. W. Whitaker, vice
president of the Elkin Woman's
Club, will attend the meeting of
the State Federation of Women's
Clubs In- Charlotte or Wednesday
of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neaves
spent the week-end in Mouth of
Wilson, Va., the guests of Mrs.
Neaves* parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. E. Cox. They also visited
Mr. Neaves* father, J. M. Neaves,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hodel of
Minneapolis, Minn., have arrived
here to make their home and have
moved into the W. S. Go ugh home
on Gwyn avenue. Mr. Hodel is as
sociated with Chatham Manufac
Out-of-town relatives and
friends attending the funeral of
Fred Windsor here Sunday after
noon were: Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Zabriskie, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Myers, Miss Barbara Harmon, Al
bert L. Lumby, Joe Harmon, Wal
ter Ashe, M. M. Pool, Clarence
Howlett and Joe Crockett, all of
Galax, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Minnish, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Minnish, Mrs. Will Windsor, Mrs.
Jennie Chatham and C. W. Sny
der, all of Winston-Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Windsor, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Goodman, Lexington;
George Campbell, Vander Camp
bell and Miss Natalie Woo ten,
Hamptonville; Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Windsor and daughter, Mary,
and Miss Lillie Bell Holland of
Olin; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tulbert
and family, Morrison and Paul
Windsor and Mrs. George Hoots,
Windsors Cross Roads, and Con
rad Holcomb, Mooresville.
WITH THE SICK
Patients admitted to the local'
hospital since Wednesday are:
Mrs. Lorene Wishon, Elkin; Clif
ton Worley, Elkin; Robert Weath
erman, Elkin; Sam Lineberry,
East Bend; Prank Haynes, State
Road; James Young, Elkin; Mrs.
Bonnie Woodring, Boone; Kate
Poindexter, East Bend; Guy Col
lins, Glade Valley; A. L. Wood,
Elkin; Mrs. Callie Wood, Elkin;
Mrs. Caroline Hall, Hamptonville.
Patients dismissed during the
week were: Herbert Madison, El
kin; Alex Bedwell, Piney Creek;
Vexa Eager, Jonesville; Ralph
Swaim, Boonville; Hardin Spicer,
Sparta; Rastus Darnell, Elkin;
Mrs. Ruby Reece, Jonesville; Mrs.
Veora Spann, Elkin; Mrs. Martin
Hemric, Jonesville; Ada Snow,
Dobson; Mrs. Edna Jackson, Mt.
Airy; Lorraine Lineberry, Jones
ville; J. P. Barnes, Traphill; Sam
Lineberry, East Bend and Mrs.
Caroline Hall, Hamptonville.
ELKIN MOTORS IS
Spring is Time of Year to Buy a
Good Used Car; Local Ford
Dealer Has Excellent Buys \
ywrin Motors, Ford dealers here, ]
are offering a number of excellent 1
buys in good used cars for Elkin
Bargain Days Thursday, Friday
In an advertisement in this is
sue of The Tribune, a number of
good cars are listed, and each is
guaranteed to be a big value.
Everyone interested in the pur
chase of a good used car is in
vited to visit Elkin Motors when
here this week-end and inspect
and drive the cars on sale.
MRS. CARL SIMMONS
Mrs. Carl Simmons, 38, passed
away at her home in Mount Airy
Saturday afternoon, following a
lingering illness from an incur
Mrs. Simmoi-s was before her
marriage, Miss Mary Thompson,
daughter of Mr. And Mrs. John
D. Thompson, tthe was well
known here, where she frequently
visited her sister, the late Mrs.
J. H. Allred.
Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon from the home and
Interment was in Oakdale ceme
She is survived by her husband,
her parents, and one small
daughter, Ann Simmons.
NEW LINE OF PAINT
Hayes Cash Hardware Co., of
this city, is dealer for B. & S.
Paints, an inVites everyone to
come in and inquire about their
budget plan which they (the
dealer) pays the painter and the
customer pays in easy install
9 The Hayes Cash Harware com
pany, in addition to paints, car
ries a full line of yj types of
hardware; and has a plumbing
Parent-Teacher Meet is Postponed
Due to a conflict in plans, the
meeting of the Parent-Teacher
Association scheduled for April 9,
has been postponed, itie date of
the meeting will be announced
Legion Auxiliary to Meet
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
George Gray post of the American
Legion will meet Monday evening,
April 13, at the home of Mrs. P.
W. Graham on West Main street,
with Mrs, Dixie Graham associate
hostess. All members are re
quested to attend.
Mrs. Raymond Chatham Is
Hostess To Club Friday
Mrs. Raymond Chatham was
hostess to members of her bridge
club at a delightful morning party
at her home on East Main street
Friday. Spring flowers, in bril
liant colon, adorned the living
room, where two tables were
placed for the games, in the
games the club award for high
score went to Mrs. R. C. Freeman.
Mrs. A. D. Folger, of Mount Airy,
a special guest, and a former club
member, was given a lovely re
membrance. Four additional
WE GIVE TO YOU ON
ELKIN'S BARGAIN DAYS
/MMORE DEL MONTE
W SPECIALS lw
AND LOTS OF OTHER MONEY-SAVING ITEMS
MP* pZ7L« B *E L E r
2 ans 37 c 2 Large Cans /foe
Fresh Prunes 2 £. 33c
Del Monte bantam
COFFEE Delicious 2 POUNDS 55c
Del Monte _—
Tomato Catsup 2 bowL; 29c pineapple juice
De, Monte 46 Oz. Can Qlc
Midget Peas 2 SL' 43c MMo f
Del Monte PINEAPPIF
Fruit Cocktail 2£»'29c i»
For Stewing- Mother's Yerkes'
FIGS COCOA Cod Liver Oil
3 Pounds 25c 2 Lb. Can Jgc SI.OO Bottle
SILVER NIP BRUCE
Grape Fruit Juice Orange Juice
2 No. 2 Cans 25c 146 Oz. Can 29c 9»/ 2 Oz. Can |Qc 114V 2 oz. tin for 25 c
TOMATOES Gelfand's Salad Bowl
CORN or PEAS MAYONNAISE SALAD DRESSING
3 No. 2 Cans 25 c [ Pint Jar 25c Quart Jar 35c
VISIT OUR MARKETS FOR ALL CUTS IFULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES
OF NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS | AND FRUITS AT ALL TIMES
■ I HE •
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guests came In for luncheon? 6 at
one o'clock. In drawing for the
prize in this grow, Mrs. R, O.
Smith was the fortunate winner.
Those making up the tables
were: Mesdames Ruohs Pyron,
Chas. G. Ashby, Paul Gwyn, R. C.
Freeman, A. B. Somers, J. R.
Poindexter, ISrrol Hayes and Mis.
Luncheon guests were: Mes
dames R. O. Smith, C. L. Hay
wood, Jr., A. O. Bryan and Carl
Mrs. Bryan is Hostess to Bridge
Limiting her guests to members
of her bridge club, Mrs. A. O. Bry
an was hostess at an enjoyable
luncheon Wednesday at her home
on West Main street. Luncheon
was served at one o'clock and dur
ing the afternoon bridge was en-
Joyed. The club award for high
score went to Mrs. Thomas Roth
at the close of a series of inter
MRS. MARGARET CARTER
IS CLAIMED BY DEATH
Mrs. Margaret Lucinda Carter,
63, passed away at her home near
State Road Saturday following an
illness from a complicatioi: of
diseases. She was a daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lay ell.
Surviving Is one son, Paul Car
ter of State Road.
Funeral services were held Sun
day morning at ll o'clock from
Pleasant Home church in charge
of Rev. L. B. Murray. Interment
was in the church cemetery.
Patronize Tribune advertisers.
They offer real values.
CAMELS STICK BY
FIRST BASEMAN of the Bootor.
, never get on my nerve*. Smoking Camel* at meal* A ■ f
help* mm feel that my food'* agreeing with me." t /
A very old man was accosted to
the village street by a stranger
who said. "I beg your pardon,
but you must be very old."
, "Yep," said the old wan, "I'm
gcttin" on for ninety-six."
"And you rave lived all your
life here!" marveled the stranger.