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Mrs. E. C. Grier is spending this
week in Raleigh, the guest of Mrs.
Miss Bertice Bates is spending
a week in Winston-Salem, the
guest of friends and relatives.
Mrs. C. G. Arinfield of Roanoke,
Virginia, was the guest last week
of her mother, Mrs. W. E. Paul,
on Terrace Avenue.
L. P. Walker is spending this
week in New York, buying mer
chandise for Somers and Com
pany of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Hayes spent
Thursday and Friday in Raleigh,
where Mr. Hayes attended to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis had
as their guest Monday and Tues
day, Mrs. Lewis' father, H. L.
Hicks, of Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs.' Dwight Bailey of
Sumter, S. C., were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Bailey, on Gwyn Avenue.
Moir Hall, a student at David
son College, spent the week-end
here with his mother, Mrs. J. L.
Hall, on West Main Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland R. Staf
ford of Jefferson were the guests
last week of the latter's mother,
Mrs. W. D. Turner, on Circle
Mrs. Rachel Kidd has returned
to her home in Greenville, N. C.,
following a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wall, at
Misses Josephine Paul and
Rosamond Neaves spent the week
end in Roanoke, Virginia, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Arm
Miss Lesbia Graham spent the
week-end in Greensboro , the
guest of Miss Elizabeth Shores, a
student at Greensboro College for
Mrs. W. W. Whitaker and Mrs.
Paul Gwyn spent Friday in Char
lotte, attending the state meeting
of the Federation of Women's
Miss Helen Long of Burlington
and George Long of Graham were
the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Folger, at their
home on Church street.
WILL FURNISH THE
FOR THE DUKE POWER COMPANY
TO BE HELD AT HOTEL ELKIN TUESDAY AFTERNOON
BEGINNING AT 2:30 O'CLOCK
In selecting our store to furnish the vegetables and meats for the Duke Power Co.
cooking school, Miss Malone knew from experience she would find a complete line
of both vegetables and meats that were FRESH. Our modern refrigeration equip
ment and other facilities for preserving foods guarantees it!
Because of our large scale buying and fast turnover, we are able to offer you
finer foods—a bigger variety—at savings that make planning a budget on our
prices well worth your while.
Lima Beans Strawberries
Cold Cooked Meat* Garden Peas Red Bliss Potato*}
'""'aSSS* Gr «" Bf 3 Tomatoes i
Milk Fed Frying Chicken*, Squash p
Fresh Dressed Cucumbers eppere
Fancy Veal New Cahhairp Carrots
Fresh Dressed Younr Hens VL . , . ..
Native Pork s Spinach Lett ace
Fish and Oysters Mustard Celery
No. I—ELKIN No. 2—JONESVILLE
The BASKETERIA, Inc.
Joe Bivins Foley Norman
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Walls and
son, Billy, of Princeton, West Va.,
were the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Stewart, ,at their
home on West Main Street.
Byron Bryan and John Evans
attended the annual dinner meet
ing of the Piedmont Club of the
alumni of Berea College, Berea,
Ky., at Greensboro, Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt,
T. L. Parnell and Charles Harris
attended the State B. Y. P. U.
leaders' conference in Statesville
Miss Mattie Lou Key spent last
week in Winston-Salem, where
she visited her sister, Mrs. Clyde
Teague, and Misses Georgia and
Marie Chitty and Elizabeth Ald
Mrs. E. F. Stafford and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Staf
ford, of North Wilkesboro, were
the guests Thursday of Mrs. T. W.
Church at her home on Gwyn
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bogle and
daughter and son, Camilla and
Bobby, of Concord, were the
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Walter Darnell, at their home on
Mrs. A. M. Chambers and little
son, Billy, returned to their home
in Petersburg, Va., Wednesday,
following a visit of two weeks to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. George Fulton and daugh
ter, Catherine, of Roanoke, Vir
ginia, were the guests Tuesday
and Wednesday of last week of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Snow, at their home on Gwyn
Miss Catherine O'Neil, State
Home Mission Leader of the
Presbyterian church in Western
North Carolina, was the guest
yesterday and today of Mrs. Eph
Whisenhunt, at her home on
Mrs. W. I. Shugart and son,
Thomas Shugart, left Tuesday for
Rochester, N. Y., to visit Dr. and
Mrs. A. H. Smith. From there Mrs.
Shugart will go to Louisville, Ky.,
to visit her sister, Mrs. H. S. An
drews, and Mr. Shugart will go
to Cincinnati to attend to busi
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has been spending this week at
tending a district meeting of the
W. M. 8. of the Western North
Carolina Conference of the Meth
odist church. ; •
Miss Ohna Bates, R. N., who
has been suffering with an in
fected hand, returned to her
home in Boonville, Wednesday,
from the City Hospital in Win
ston-Salem, where she had been
taking treatment for several days.
The Lucy Hanes Chatham Club
will give a Bingo paxty at the
club house Friday evening. A
small admission charge will be
made. The first prize for the
evening will be a Chatham blan
ket and other valuable prizes will
be awarded. Refreshments will
be served. The proceeds of the
party will go to buy furniture for
the club house.
Mesdames Errol Hayes, W. W.
Whitaker, H. P. Graham, W. M.
Evans, R. O. Smith, Mason Lil
lard, E. F. McNeer and Wm. A.
Jenkins and Miss Caroline Lillard
attended the session Wednesday
of the Woman's Mislonary So
ciety of the Western North Caro
lina Mfethodist Conference in
session at Mount Airy.
The student body of Wake For
est College Saturday elected Rufus
Crater of this city, son of Mrs. R.
P. Crater and a member of the
junior class at the college, editor,
of the Student, a literary publi
cation at the college. Mr. Crater
is also associate editor of "Old
Gold and Black." for which he has
written feature stories fhis year,
and was a member of the literary
staff of The Student.
John Roberts, 49,
Claimed By Death
(Continued from front page)
by, Sanford and Dothan Roberts.
Five brothers and three sisters
surviving are: Samuel Roberts of
jonesville; George Roberts and
James Roberts, of Jonesville;
Rannel Roberts, of Elkin; Willie
Roberts, of Ronda; Mrs. James
Holbrook, of Asheboro; Mrs. Neal
Holbrook, and Miss Dicie Rob
erts of Ronda.
Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from Maple Springs Baptist
church. The rites were in charge
of Rev. T. G. Williams, pastor of
the church. Interment was in the
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BISBEE, Am. .. . Miss Dee Pat
rick wears the very latest in cop
per bathing suits. It is made of
copper as thin as cloth and was
exhibited at a style show here.
(Continued from front page)
threads of travel, designed for
pleasure and trade have been
converted by the reckless driver
and the careless incompetent op
erator into lanes of horror. Daily
the newspapers carry gory ac
counts of lost limbs and lives and
of maimed and injured bodies.
On Sunday, April 18th, the Car
olina Motor Club is sponsoring a
Carolina-wide observance of
"Safety Sabbath." This date be
ing selected upon the eve of
Summer travel season in an ef
fort to make the general public
safety-conscious, so as to decrease
if not eliminate, the terrible road
tragedies Incident to the seasonal
increase in the use of automobiles.
I, therefore, proclaim April 18th
Safety Sabbath in this commun
ity, and do hereby urge the lead
ers of religious and civic life to
fittingly observe with well-plan
ned programs this date, and by
precept and example to foster the
ideal of consideration for the
rights of others, to the end that
the irreducible minimum in ac
cidents and death may be accom
The ministers, the Sunday
school superintendents and the
laymen can, by a strong sermon,
a prayer offered or a word spoken,
join the program in encouraging
a concentration of thought upon
Dated at Elkln this 14th day of
Signed: J. R. POINDEXTER,
WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hos
pital during the past week: Caro
lyn Evans, Elkin; Mrs. Ida East
ridge, Creston; Sam Wall, State
Road; Hugh Madison, Elkin; Mrs.
Nell Williamson, Elkin; Paul
Hawkins, Cycle; Mrs. Prince
Pack, Siloam; Stacey Swift, State
Road; Mrs. Ethel Wishon, Elkin;
Frank Haynes, State Road; Mrs.
C. L. Davis, Elkin; Mrs. Delpha
Stroud, Jonesville; J. L. Powers,
Elkin; Marvin Macemore, Jones
ville; Mrs. Marie Lundy, Galax,
Va.; Mrs. Mattle Bell, Jonesville;
B. W. Carter, State Road; Har
vey Wishon, Boonville; Boyd
Haynes, State Road; Gaither
Burch, Elkin; Fletcher Moore,
Elkin; Robey Golden, State Road.
Patients dismissed from the
I hospital during the week were:
Mrs. Mary Ellen Harris, Pilot
Mountain; Wesley Benge, Elkin;
Mrs. Fannie Chipman, Elkin:
Mrs. Mamie Coe, Dobson; Mrs.
Swannie Vestal, East Bend; Mis.
Frances Wagoner, Jonesville;
Gilbert Wall, Rockford; Wilbur
Carter, Elkin; Mrs. Ida Johnson,
Elkin; Mrs. Lorraine Wishon,, El
kin; Clifton Worley, Elkin; Rob
ert Weatherman, Elkin; Kate
Poindexter. East Bend; Guy Col
lins, Glade Valley; Carolyn Evans,
Elkin; Sam Wall, State Road:
Hugh Madison, Elkin; Paul Haw
kins, Cycle; Stacey Swift, State
Road and Harvey Wishon, Boon
The vocational agriculture class
of the Dobson high school has be
gun training for the livestock
judging contest which will be
held May 26 at the Swannoah
State Experimental Station, near
Asheville, according to a state
ment Wednesday by Professor
Clyde Wright, teacher of the
class. When the training is
completed a team of three or
more boys will attend the con
test on the above date and par
ticipate in the judging of all
kinds of livestock. .*■
Struck by Car Driven by
Raymond Smith Sun
IS KILLED INSTANTLY
Yadkinvllle, April 14. (Special.)
—One young man Is dead, two
are In the hospital and one in jail
as the result of an automobile
mishap at East Bend Sunday
night at eight o'clock.
Oray Livingood, 25, of Enon,
was instantly killed when struck
by a car driven, it is said, by Ray
mond Smith, 23, of Smithtown, as
he was walking along the highway
with Johnson Wall and Irvin
Blakley. All three were walking
together and were struck at the
same time , Livingood receiving
a badly fractured skull and other
injuries. He died immediately.
Wall and Blakley were less in
jured but were rushed to a Win
ston-Salem hospital where they
were roprted yesterday to be im
proving. Mr. Blakley is the more
seriously injured, he receiving a
broken leg and broken arm and
other minor injuries. Wall has a
small bone broken in one leg.
Wall is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Evan Wall and lives with his par
ents just north of Five Forks.
Blakley is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Blakley and lives in the
Raymond Smith, 23, who is in
jail here, is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Smith, formerly of the
Smithtown section, but now of
Winston-Salem, route 1. Young
Smith works in a Winston laun
Livingood, Wall and Blakley
had been riding around Sunday
afternoon when their Ford tour
ing car ran out of gas just west
of East Bend. They started walk
ing toward East Bend when
struck by the car, a '29 model
Ford coupe, driven by Smith.
Deputy Sheriffs Williard and
Choplin were on the scene in a
short time and arrested Smith,
bringing him to the Yadkinville
jail where he is held without
bond, charged with the killing of
Livingood and also awaiting the
outcome of injuries to wall and
According to evidence gathered
by the sheriff and his depuities
the three boys were walking east
on the left side of the road, where
they were supposed to be. The
car striking them was also going
east and according to this version
crossed the road to the wrong
side to strike the boys. Broken
glass, blood and other evidence
would also show them to be on
the left side of the road.
The fatal accident was also
investigated by Sheriff A. L, In
score, who says he was informed
that Smith, the driver, was high
ly intoxicated. Attendants at a
filling station at Smithtown told
Sheriff Inscore that Smith was
drunk and that they begged him
nob to try driving his car in that
Thomas Gray Livingood was
born in Yadkin county, Septem
ber 29, 1911, a son of William R.
and Fannie Davis Livingood, now
of Enon, this county. He was a
likable, young man and had many
fast friends where* he was known.
He had held a position with Men
gel Box company of Winston-Sa
lem, for some time. He was a
member of Enon Baptist church.
Surviving are the parents; one
sister, Mrs. R. A. Poindexter, of
East Bend, and four brothers, R.
E., Everette, Lassiter and Ralph
Livingood, all of East Bend.
The funeral for Mr. Livingood
was held at the home Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 and 3:00 at
Enon Baptist church. Rev. E. P.
Sims and Rev. V. M, Swaim con
ducted the services. The popu
larity of the young man was at
tested by the large crowd at
tending the funeral services. In
terment was in the church cem
ISSUES WARNING ABOUT
LOOSE DOGS, CHICKENS
A warning to owners of dogs
and chickens, which are allowed
to run loose, was issued Wednes
day by Chief of Police Dixie Gra
ham, following complaints that
dogs and chickens have become a
nuisance in several residential
sections oi to«n. >
Chief Graham stated that un
less dogs which art: allowed to
ramble around town at will, are
kept at home, their owners may
face legal action. Tnis warning
also applies to owners of chickens
which are allowed to forage at
Damage to lavns, shrubbery
and flower gardens have been re
/ The gold piano is to be moved
from the White House. It has
even quit making gold notes.
The darkest hour may be only
00 minutes, but when in a den
tist's chair it seems like eternity,
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Elkin midgets defeated Moun
tain park by a score of 5-2 Sat
urday morning on the Mountain
Park diamond. Shores and Har
ris pitched two-hit ball for the
Elkin nine. Calloway hurled for
The midgets were also victor
ious over the Boone Furniture
nine by a score of 11-2. Harris
pitched excellent ball for the mid
gets, allowing only two hits.
Cheatwood pitched for the furni
The midgets will meet Bcmda
Saturday morning on the Ronda
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53 NEW BOYS ARRIVE
AT SURRY CCC CAMP
Friday evening of last week 53
new boys arrived at the Dobson
CCC camp and took up their du
ties of training for work on farms
in Surry and Yadkin counties
during the coming summer. They
are from Stokes and other coun
ties of this state, and are to re
main at the camp for a period of
approximately abt months.
J. M. FRANKLIN
'*"* Registered Architect
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Phone 318 HBtin, N. C.