North Carolina Newspapers

    GRAH4MTAUSON I
LABOR SmiAnOH
Tells Kiwanians That Su
preme Court Issue is of
Minor Importance
HOEY STAND ENDORSED
A talk on "Labor Unrest," by
Kiwanian H. P. Graham, featured
the meeting of the Klkin Klwanis
club at Hotel Elkin last Thurs
day evening.
Mr. Graham stated during the
course of his talk that in his opin
ion the supreme court issue was
of minor importance as conipared
to the present labor situation.
John L. Lewis, he said, is already
directing his efforts toward the
south, and he pointed out the
series of sitdown strikes would
be brought close home if the labor
head succeeded in closing the
Ford and Packard plants inas
much as upholstery for both com
panies is manufactured here by
the Chatham Manufacturing Co.
Following Mr. Graham's talk,
the club unanmioufcly endorsed
Governor Clyde Hoey's stand on
the sitdown strike situation and
directed the club secretary to con-
NOW
IS THE TIME TO HAVE WINTER
CLOTHES CLEANED AND STORED
In
Moth Proof Bags!
Spring is the time of year to have your overcoat and
other winter clothes scientifically cleaned and stored in
mothproof bags for the summer months. In this way
your clothes are in no danger from moths and will be
fresh and ready for wear next fall. Charges for this
service are very reasonable. tVhy not call us to send
our truck for yours today while you think of it ?
More Than Ever We Are Aple to Give
You Finer Work!
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Although we have always prided ourself upon the ex
cellence of our work, we have added much new equip
ment and are now able to give bettr srvice by keeping
abreast of all the newest methods of dry cleaning. A
trial will convince you. Phone 187.
LAWRENCE
CLEANERS
PHONE 187 ELKIN, N. C.
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN HERE
ELKIN BARGAIN DAYS
We Deliver JfsLjfeQj
to Your Varan [J|r
We will gladly look over your lubrication and fuel requirements and
supply you, from our tank truck, with oils, greases, gasolines and
kerosene, correctly designed for each particular job—and all bearing
the Sinclair guarantee of quality. Just call or write
SINCLAIR
CILS, CHBASBB, GASOMNBI, XBBOSIRB
Have The Motor of Your Car
ANALYZED FREE OF CHARGE!
An Expert Mechanic and Analyzer Will Be At
K-B SERVICE STATION
AIL Day Thursday, April Bth to analyze and make
minor repairs to your car. Be sure to see him. This
service is free. In case your ear needs major repairs
the needed repairs will be pointed out to you.
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A motion that the club buy j
Merit badges for the local Boy j
scouts at a cost of about ttJO
per month was made by Kivmx
ian Errol Hayes, and was unan
imously carried
Program Chairman J. Mark
Mc Adams had members draw for
nrosrrarris for the next quarter, as
follows:
April 15: Dr. R. B. Harrell;
April 22, Pat Hudgins; April 29;
J. B. Richardson: May 6, C, C.
Poindexter; May 13, Dr. Wm. A.
Jenkins: May 20. Garland John
son; May 27, I. C. Yates; June 3.
Abe Harris; June 10, Jones Hol
comb; May 17, W. M. Allen; May
24, J. G. Abernethy.
Gilbert Meed of the Carolina
Ice & Fuel Co., was introduced as
a new member of the club.
The Elk theatre extended the
club an invitation to be its guest
next Thursday for the evening
show.
CARD OF THANKS
To our and Fred's friends who
came to us in the hour of our
great sorrow, we thank each of
you from the depths of our hearts
for the many words of sympathy
and kindness. For the many
beautiful flowers we have not
words to express our appreciation.
MR. AND MRS. J. R.
WINDSOR AND FAMILY.
(Continued from front
will go to the winners of the
heaviest man and woman contest,
while the winner of the largest
family contest will win a $lO cash
prize. To be entitled to the prize
for *the largest family, every
member must be present in per
son.
Friday afternoon at 12:45 p.
m. a pony race will be staged,
provided as many as five are en
tered. Winners in this contest
will receive $5.00 cash as first
prize and $2.50 cash as second
prize.
At 1 p. m. Friday the ever-pop
ular mule race will be run. First
prize in this race will be $20.G0
cash; second prize SIO.OO cash
and third and fourth prizes $5.00
cash each.
At 1:30 p. m., immediately af
ter the mule race, more chickens
will be released from the top of
the bank building. 
Those wishing to enter the
various contests should see the
following people:
Heaviest man, woman, and
largest family contest: Mrs.
Franklin Folger; mule race, A. O.
Bryan.
Since the first Bargain Days,
staged here several years ago, the
event has proven very popular,
thousands having visited Elkin on
those days each year. This year's
event bids to outdo all previous
trade days, and everyone desir
ing to take advantage of the
many really fine bargains offered
by Elkin merchants should plan
now not to miss a single day.
FREE ANALYZER
IS TO BE HERE
Expert Mechanic to Be at K-B
Service Station Here all Day
Thursday, Courtesy Sinclair
H. P. Graham, local agent for
Sinclair products, is announcing
in this issue of The Tribune the
arrival here Thursday morning of
an expert mechanic and automo
bile motor analyzer who will be
at the K-B Service Station on
East Main street, all day, for the
purpose of making minor adjust
ments and minor repairs to au
tomobiles free of charge. This
mechanic will also analyze mo
tors and advise owners what
should be done to them for max
imum performance. Everyone is
urged to visit the K-B station on
that day.
The Sinclair Refining Co. also
maintains an oil and grease de
livery service for farmers, as out
lined In Mr. Graham's advertise
ment, and urges that farmers
drop in and discuss their lubrica
tion problems while in town for
Elkin Bargain Days.
PENNEY CO. HERE
IS COOPERATING
Local Firm is Observing 35th An
niversary. Combining' Values
With Elkin Bargain Days
The J. C. Penney Co., of this
city, is combining observance of
their 35th anniversary with Elkin
Bargain Days to give visitors to
Elkin Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday some of the greatest bar
gains in their history.
An advertisement in this issue
of The Tribune lists a few of the
many great values to be on sale
there.
The J. c. Penney Co. was
founded in 1902 and through a
policy of always giving the great
est bargains possible, the firm has
grown steadily through the years.
By all means visit the Penney
store when here this week-end.
STORE CLOTHES IN
MOTH-PROOF BAGS
Now is Time to Have Winter Gar
ments Cleaned and Put Away
For Summer Months
Lawrence Dry Cleaners, of El
kin, in an advertisement in this
issue of The Tribune is pointing
out the advantages of having all
winter clothes thoroughly cleaned
and stored in moth-proof bags
for the summer months. This ser
vice is available upon request at
a very small cost.
The local dry cleaning company
is now installing much additional
machinery of the most modern
type, and is planning to occupy a
new addition to their present
plant within the next few weeks.
When completed, the plant will be
one of the most modern in this
section.
Gesundheit!
"Name?" queried the new immi
gration official.
"Sneeze," the Chinese replied
proudly.
The official looked at him
warily, "Ig that your Chinese
name?"
"No, English name.'*
"Well, let's have your native
name!"
"Ah Choo."
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Tandy Vestal, 68, well known
resident of Jonesville, passed
away at his home Sunday evening
about 10 o'clock, following an
illness of only a few hours from
paralysis. The deceased was a
native of Y r -dkin county. His
wife preceded him in death sev
eral years ago.
He is survived by the following
sons and daughters: Ira Vestal,
Doughton; Jim and Ed Vestal,
Jonesville; McKinley Vestal, Kan
sas; Wheeler Vestal, Elkin; Mrs.
Mae Vestal Swaim, Mrs. Grady
Pinnix, Mrs. Willie Gregory, Mrs.
Lena Carter and Mrs. Hillary
Swaim, all of Jonesville and two
brothers: Miles Vestal, Jonesville,
and John Vestal, Dallas, Texas.
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock
from Jonesville Baptist church.
The rites will be in charge of Rev.
D. G. Reece and Rev. P. L.
Smith. Interment will be in the
Jonesville cemetery.
DOUBLE EAGLE
OFFERS SERVICE
Local Company Operates Machine
Shop, Modern Foundry, and
Automobile Service Station
The Double Eagle Service Co.,
operated here by A. O. Bryan, of
fers many types of services, in
cluding a machine shop equipped
to do all types of welding and re
pair work; a modern new foun
dry, and filling station handling
Shell gasoline and oil and Good
year tires. Farmers attending
Elkin Bargain Days here Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday are
urged to bring their welding,
foundry and repair problems to
Double Eagle.
An advertisement in this issue
also points out the importance
of equipping automobiles with
Goodyear Center Traction tires
for maximum service and safety.
FEATURING 1937
FIRESTONE TIRES
Firestone Tires and Texaco Fire-
Chief Gasoline Form Happy
Combination for Spring:
Firestone tires and Texaco
Fire-Chief gasoline and Texaco
oils form an excellent combina
tion for spring driving, it is point
ed out in an advertisement in this
issue of The Tribune by L. W.
Laxton, local distributor for both
products.
The new high speed Firestone
tires are the best in the com
pany's history, being constructed
to stand up under terrific speeds,
and for safety on every wheel,
everyone should equip their car
with Firestones, it is pointed out,
Texaco Fire-Chief gasoline and
oils are designed to give maxi
mum service and performance.
ARE TO STAGE
"THE CIRCUS"
(Continued from front page)
Mrs. Lula Weir. These two form
some of the comedy high spots of
the show. Edworth Harris plays
the role of "Zacharius Peabody,"
Bob's eccentric uncle, who tries
to claim the circus because Bob
has failed to meet a SIO,OOO stipu
lation, and H. P. Graham takes
the part of the "County Consta
ble," looking all over the circus
lot for the lost "jools."
Important parts are carried by
Hugh Royall as "Pete" the ticket
taker; Clay Church the Ring
master, and Josephine Paul as
"Bettina," the trainer of the un
trained burro, "Maudie."
Bob presents the side show
which includes such performers
as the "Fat Lady," "Boob-Boob"
the brainless wonder; the "Fire-
Eater;" the "Strong Mau;" the
"Snake Charmer;" the "Tattooed
Lady;" "Rajah, the magician;"
and many others,
fj Other highly entertaining acts
will also be on tap, including a
troop of clowns.
Tickets for "The Circus' are al
ready on sale in a number of
Elkin stores. Tickets may be ex
changed for reserved seats at
Turner Drug Co., after 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning at no addi
tional cost. Children's tickets will
be sold at the door for the even
ing performances, A children's
matinee will be held Thursday
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Free ice
cream cones will be given.
A nominal admission will be
charged for the play.
Changing Times
Bettina—l wonder if you'll love
me when my hair has turned to
grey? d m
Elwood—Why not? I've loved
yott every time you've changed
color so far.
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The Meal Bo&uty Shoppe. not |
to be outdone by loeal merchants.
Is offering special prices on beau
ty treatments Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, in observance of
Elkin Bargain Days.
A look at their advertisement in
this issue of The Tribune will give
full details and prices.
All work done at the Ideal is by
skilled operators, thoroughly
trained, and who keep abreast of
the times in new beauty treat
ment.
J. M. FRANKLIN
Registered Architect
Phone 318 Elkin, N. C.
JFA Y ELKIN BARGAIN
DAYS
THA! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY
JEWEL LARD SUGAR
■ « ■ B ■ » ■ » ■ 25 Pounds
sijo9 FREE! JL»_
SUPER SUDS 20-lb Ham &SS
2 Pkgs. and Mixing Large Can and
Bowl And M,xiB *
21c $2.50 Basket 19c
gt 0 Armour's
MILK of Groceries TOMATO
To be given away absolutely JUICE
Pet or Carnation free at OUT store Saturday 3 Cans
8 SmaU Cans Evening, April 10th, 8:00 P.  Total o£ 60 oz )
OO M. Get full details at our OC^
{' jjC store! muC
GOOD GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 23 C
SALMON, CAN 10° 50 oz. Can
TT . i Pineapple, Fruit For Af*
Heinz Fresh Salad, Peaches and /
CUCUMBER PICKLE, Jar . 21 c J Pears, 3 Cans
FARMER'S FRIEND COFFEE, SPECIAL, 2 LBS. 25 C
Fresh Ground While Yoij Wait
Lighthouse | /\ Toilet A f*
CLEANSER, 3 CANS LLLC SOAP, 8 CAKES ZDC
VISIT OUR MODERN MARKET
NATIVE AND WESTERN BEEF—CHICKENS HAM SAU
SAGE FISH AND OYSTERS CHEESE AT BARGAIN
PRICES
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F M ATN STREET ELKIN, pf. C»
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ten women and forty-six children.
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B. & S. PAINTS
Let us give you details about our bud
get plan in which we pay the painter!
HAYES CASH HARDWARE CO.
Elkin, N. C.
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