NEWS FROM THE
Dobson, April 12. Adolphus
Wolfe, superintendent of High
School of Union Groftre, Iredell
County, was In town Saturday on
A county teacher's meeting was
held In the Dobson school audi
Coming! "The Briar Hopper
Boys of radio station W. B. T.,
Charlotte, will give an entertain
ment in the Dobson school audi
torium, Monday evening, April
19th at 8 o'clock. An evening of
fun and music Is in store for
everyone. Dont miss it! Spon
sored by the Dobson Womanfe
Court opens In Dobson on
April 19, with Judge Harding
presiding. A memorial service will
be held In honor of S. Porter
Graves at 1 o'clock on Monday,
first day of court.
Mrs. Z. A Rochelle. of Dur
ham (nee Miss Bertha Lakey,
F. A. Brendle &
Elkin, N. C.
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who once lived in Dobson) spent
last week In Dobson at the Ken
lln Hotel, greeting old friends.
She was dinner guest on Thurs
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Reece.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Harris
of Elkin, were visitors in town
Wednesday evening, spending a
few hours with their little daugh
ter, Elise, who is spending some
time with her grandmother, Mrs.
8. K. Harkrader.
Mr, Zalph Lakey Rochelle, of
Greensboro, spent the week-end
In town, shaking hands with for
Miss Helen Harkrader, student
at Greensboro College, spent the
week-end with her grandmother,
Miss Julia Comer spent the
week with home folks here, re
turning to her work in Raleigh,
Rev. A. B. Hayes of Mountain
View, will fill his regular appoint
ment at Little Richmond Baptist
church Saturday evening at 7:30
and Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. The public is cordially in
vited to attend the services.
Judge Carter of Winston-Sa
lem, spent the week-end here with
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sneed and
children were the Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Coney Burton at
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitaker of
Friendship, announce the birth of
a son on April 4.
Misses Bernice, Beatrice and
Blanche Vanhoy of Boonville,
were the week-end guests of Miss
Mrs. Urban Wood of Fairview,
gave a surprise birthday party
Sunday in honor of Mrs. Fannie
Wood. Dinner was served picnic
THE FT,KIN TRTRTTVF EI.KIN NORTH CAROLINA
style. A number of relatives and
friends were present.
J. A. White of Thomasville, is
spending several days here with
Paul Jenkins and Allen Layne i
returned Monday from a business
trip of several days to New York.
Miss Madeline Gentry of Spar- 1
ta, was the guest Saturday of
Misses Ha May and Martha
Friends of Mrs. Tine Whitaker
will regret to know that she is
unimproved, following an illness
of several days ..
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carter and
daughter, Miss Florence Carter,
were the Bunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Gentry at State
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hampton
and Miss Angell Hampton spent
the week-end at Ararat, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Prultt an
nounce the birth of a son at their
home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dockery
had as their week-end guests Mr.
and Mrs. Ervin Norman and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Collie
White and family, all of Winston-
Salem, and Mrs. T. S. Draughan
Mrs. Chrfrlie Key, who is ser
iously ill at her home at Union
Cross, does not improve, her
friends will regret to know.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Frazier
and little son, Howard, of State
Road, were the guests Sunday of
Mrs. Frazier's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. C. Whitaker.
Rev. E. B. Draughan will preach
at Fairview Baptist church Sun
day evening at 7:30. The public
is invited to attend the service.
If we understand authors of the
new school, civilized people should
despise and ignore everything
nasty except that kind of b6oks.
Read Tribune Advertisements!
Mr. and Mrs. Brewer Hutchens
of East Bend, Mrs. Sallie Tomlin
and brother, Howard, and Alma
Coe motored to Washington, D.
C. for the week-end. They attend
ed the Cherry Blossom Festival,
went sight-seeing over the gov-
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Next Tuesday Afternoon
J[\ APRIL 20TH, 2:30 O'CLOCK
Kiwanis Room Hotel Elkin
(Zjf Miss Addie Malone
HOME SERVICE SPECIALIST y
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OF ELECTRIC hi
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ELECTRIC WATER I I
HEATING I I
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Housewives of Elkin, Jonesville, Arlington, State Road, Boon- ****
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ernment buildings and through
Mt. Vernon. They returned via
the Shenandoah Valley and vis
ited some of the largest caverns.
Natural Bridge and other histor
ical places of Virginia.
Mr. Luther S. Dobbins and* bro
ther, O. N. Dobbins, of Winston-
Salem have purchased the Jo
seph Fleming place.
11 Mr. and Mrs. (Railroad) Jones,
t Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Dobbins and
■ children, Mary .Lou and Billy
, were the dinner guests Sunday of
- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Speer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Norman
■ and children, Viola, Jessie Lee,
• Billie Sue and Tommy are visiting
■ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Simpson in
Thursday, Aori! 15. 1937
"Who was the last man to box
John L. Sullivan?"
We learn a lot from historical
movies—for Instance, that Indian
braves in 1866 were using guns
made in 1892.