Thursday, April IS, 1837
News of Jonesvillej
Mrs. (J urn ay Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W j
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pelts had as
their guest fof the week-end the
latters* brother. Charlie Sebastian
of North WHkesboro.
Mrs. W. O. Gilbert and daugh
ter, Mrs. Damon Arrington, of
Winston-Salem, attended the
funeral of Tandy Vestal held at
the Baptist Church last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Swaim, of
Swan Creek community, visited
Mrs. Julia Wagoner on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mayberry
and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. H. L.
Holcomb, Mrs. John Mayberry
and Miss Dorothy Feimster spent
Thursday afternoon in Winston-
Salem attending to business mat
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hudspeth
and sons, Harold and Sherrill, of
Yadkin ville, and Mrs. W. L.
Hudspeth of Brooks Cross Roads,
visited their sister and daughter,
Mrs. G. S. Wagoner and Mr.
Wagoner on Sunday afternoon.
Marvin Macemore underwent an
appendicitis operation at Hugh
Chatham Hospital on Saturday
night and 13 getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Holcomb
and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pardue
and son, Jimmie, visited Mr. Hol
comb's and Mrs. Pardue's brother,
Grover Holcomb and Mrs. Hol
comb of Cycle on Sunday after
Tobacco and Grain
With Yearly Payments
Like Paying Rent
After Initial Cash Payment
I have 30 or more farms rang
ing from 12 to 600 acres, locat
ed in 12 counties and ranging
in price from $700.00 per farm
to several thousand dollars.
These Farms Have Been
Priced to Sell Quickly
To investigate my farms will
cost you nothing and may
mean your future independ
ence. Prices are sure to go high
er so I advise you to investi
gate as soon as possible.
Cut This Ad Out and Keep
It Until You See or
JOHN H. DYER
Phone 2-3238 P. O. Box 187
Trade St. Branch
Wachovia Bank Bldg.
W ins ton- Salem, N. C.
SERVEL ELECTROLUX I
RUNS ON KEROSENE iCri Oil) I
perfect food protection —Frozen desserts and lea «J m m m
cubes—Savings of time, work and money—No
daily attention or water—No machinery to wear. HB H|N
L. Y. Haynes, Dealer, Mt. Airy~NTc7^B
I Gentlemen: Pleaae send me. without obli- H
Itatioo. complete information about Servel
Etectroiux, the KenxenOtefriaerator.
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If you are worried about pressing
financial . obligations* you should
first see your bank. It may be that
we can aid you, through a loan. Af
ter all, it's a bank's business to loan
money, and where such loans can be
made without violating the rules of
safe banking practices, we are al
ways glad to accommodate. Why not
drop in and talk over your problems ?
ijfgfo The Bank
HP of Elkin
R. C. LeweUyn. Garland Johnson Franklin Folfer
PrwMent Vlc e -Pr«ddent . Cashier
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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pinnix and
son, Jimmie. of Winston-Salem,
visited the former's sisters Ed
wina and Juanita Ray on Sunday.
Mrs. L. G. Carson of Charlotte,
is with her sister, Mrs. G. S.
Wagoner for an indefinite time.
Mrs. Wagoner who has been ill
for sometime is slowly Improving.
A number of friends and rela
tives from here attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Frank Jester at Is
land Ford church on Monday af
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pox of Hud
son, N. C., spent last Tuesday in
Jonesvllle and Elkin attending to
Mr. and Mrs. Bibb Kiker and
son, Billie Fraizer, of Asheville,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Y. Jes
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chappel and
daughter, Dorethea and Mrs. M.
M. Mayberry and daughter, Nan
cy Ann and Mrs. W. F. Reece and
Doris Shugart visited in the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Swaim of Cycle and Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Current of Hamptonville,
on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Hartsell,
of Florida, were the guests of his
mother, Mrs. E. F. Hartsell over
Misses Mary Greenwood and
Virginia Lineberiy were delegates
to B. T. U. officers meeting held
at Statesville on Monday and
Mr. S. M. Vestal and sons Ray
ner and Warner of Bassett, Va.,
spent from Thursday until Sun
day with Mrs. Vestal.
Misses Erline and Evelyn May
berry of Winston-Salem, were the
week-end guest of Mrs. John May
The popularity contest among
the high school girls will come to
a close Friday night, April 16th
with a musical program at the lo
cal school auditorium. Every one
is cordially invited to attend.
There will be no admission fee.
Bryce Brown and Banner
Parks made a business trip to
Wilkesboro and Mt. View on Sat
Miss Eloise Greenwood left
Tuesday to attend a Methodist
meeting In Mt. Airy.
Mrs. Dewey Mayberry and
sons, Keith and Herbert, spent
Sunday in Warsaw with Mrs.
Mayberry's uncle, Mr. H. H. Bur
Mr. Tommy Shugart and his
son, Billie and his mdther, Mrs.
W. I. Shugart left Tuesday for
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE BLR IN NORTH CAROLIN A
■i J jflj L
eral John J. Pershing has been
designated by President Roosevelt
as a U. S. Representative at the
coronation of King George VI.
Rochester, N. Y. to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lyons is confined
to her home this week with bron
Mrs. P. H. Underwood had as
her guest over the week-end her
brother and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. John Mock, of Boonville and
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Mock and daughters, Mildred and
Louise of Winston-Salem.
Mrs. J. L. Wood, of Arlington,
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. John
son on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Riger of
Yadkinville, visited Mrs. J. W.
Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Ivory
Johnson pn Sunday afternoon.
Waymoth, Rayner and Warner
Vestal visited Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Neece in Greensboro the latter
part of last week.
Miss Mayberry Entertains
Miss Ruth Mayberry entertain
ed at an enjoyable party at her
home Friday night in honor of
her cousin, Dorothy Peimster, of
Winston-Salem, who is her house
guest. Many games and dancing
was enjoyed by all. Those at
tending the party were: Dorothy
Peimster, honor guest; Carrie
Taylor, Rama Blackwood, Sara,
Margaret and Hilda Gae Rene
gar, Beatrice Burcham and the
hostess; George Grier, Red Dor
sett, Joe Transou, Lon Dillon,
Jim Byrd, Henry Woodruff, John
Edd Ratledge, Fred Colhard and
The Parent-Teacher Association
Meets Thursday Evening
The P.-T. A. met Thursday
evening, April Bth, for its month
ly meeting. Rev. D. G. Reece
was in charge of the devotional.
Then the first and fourth grades
gave a musical program.
During the business discussion
the nominating committee pre
sented the new officers for the
coming year: President, Mrs. Mon
Myers; vice president, Miss Ber
tha Adams; secretary, Mrs. John
Gilliam; treasurer, Mr. Johnson
W. M. U. of the Methodist Church
I Meets With Mrs. Mayberry
The Methodist Woman's Mis
sionary Society met at the home
of Mrs. Dewey Mayberry on Tues
day evening, April 6th, with Miss
Iris Minish as joint hostess and
thirteen members were present,
i Miss Catherine Boles read the
scripture and directed a very in
teresting program on "World
Evangelization." Miss Bonnie
Dixon, Mrs. Frank Pickett and
Miss Iris Minish rendered a play
let entitled "Achievement in
World Evangelization." The pro
gram was closed with prayer.
At the close of business discus
sion a delicious refreshment
course was served.
The Rose Marlowe Circle Meets
With Mrs. Jack Brown
The Rose Marlowe circle of the
W M. U. of the Baptist church
met Tuesday evening, April 6, at
the home of Mrs. Jack Brown with
Miss Bertha Adams as jo\f\t host
Miss Thelma Shore assisted by
Mesdames D. R. Castevens and
W. F. Mcßride and Mises Hazel
Phil Hps, Bertha Adams and Dor-
Li Thompson presencod au inter
esting program on the French
people. Following the program
Mrs. Castevens gave an interest
ing report on the personal ser
vice done by the circle.
At the conclusion delightful re
freshments were served buffet
> Ho, Hum
The feet of the hill women in
the Ozarks, after years of hopping
rocks without shoes, naturally
become calloused. Charlie Edison
' recalls that venerable one of a
gnarled old woman, barefoot,
standing next to the fireplacfe,
the old man nodding near-by.
Finally he said: "May, yxi-all is
standin* on a live coal." '
•Without even turning her heatl. :
the old lady inquired: "Which
A Tampa man has smoked
237,000 cigars, which is enough
rope to reach from a politician to
most any seat in Congress.
(By John Joseph Gaines, M. D.)
ABOUT THIS BABY OF YOURS
Now. let's not talk about vita
j mines and calories and modified
i milks and adenoids and all that;
| leave it to the specialists to the
orize on the fine-spun; let's talk
about the baby—YOUß baby.
First: Baby is supremely selfish.
He's too busy attending to his
own affairs to bother about the
comfort of any one else —and, he's
exactly right; if more people at
tended to their own business we'd
soon have a better race of people.
Second: A baby is just a di
gestive tract, an air compartment,
and a minute, nervous bundle
with a water-cooled motor. So
long as he is comfortable he will
not kick up a row. No respectable
baby will tolerate a safety-pin
boring into his umbilical region
'nor will he fail to resent-rough
seams that grind his arm-pits or
groins; remember, if he is com
fortable he will be peaceful. No
baby enjoys howling any more
than you do. Treat him with
Third: Baby will cease feeding
when he has enough, and he'll do
it every time; but don't urge him
to take more; whenever he lets
go is the instant for closing the
seance. Of course he's just like
you, and would over-stuff himself
just as you do; then trouble
comes. The keenest of judgment
is in knowing when to stop.
Lastly: Maybe you have one of
those cute, idotic Pomeranians;
if so, turn it over to. the maid,
and take care of baby yourself,
It's a religious duty of yours to
care for your own flesh and blood.
A worth-while parent will entrust
the baby to no alien hands.
Rev. Scales Draughan filled his
regular appointment at Mountain
Park Baptist church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Free Calloway and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ev
erette Cockerham at State Road
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Craig had
as their Sunday dinner guest,
Rev. Scales Draughan of Crutch
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Adams and
family of Winston-Salem were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Swift.
The Seniors at Mountain Park
presented a play Saturday night
to a large and appreciative au
dience. The cast for the play,
"The Antics of Andrew," included:
Juanita Lane, Adrian Nixon, Wal
ter Golden, Kemp Walker, Dan
Norman, Minnie Williams, Helen
Snow, Elsie Wall,. Clark Cocker
ham, Clyde Moore, Kathleen Dob
bins, Wade Calloway, Ray Wall
and Martin Calloway.
We are glad to note that Miss
Stacy Swift has returned to her
home from Hugh Chatham Hos
pital, where she recently under
went a minor operation.
The Mountain Park Woman's
4-H Club met Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Brown at Devotion..
Several short talks were made by
members of the club. The sub
jects of the talks were clothing
and gardening. The prize for the
best dress exhibited at the meet
ing was won by Mrs. Joe Saylor.
Tempting refreshments were ser
ved during the afternoon.
Mrs. Tolllson entertained the
members of her Sunday school
class Tuesday evening, A number
of games were enjoyed. Follow
ing the games tempting refresh
ments were served.
| FALL CREEK
The regular Saturday meeting
at Fall Creek church has been
changed from 2:30 in the after
noon until 7 o'clock in the eve
ning. This change will be in ef
fect during the summer months.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Bryant will regret to know that
their small son, Harvey, has been
ill for the past week.
Miss Lora Bray has been spend
ing two weeks with her sister,
Mrs. Hasten Swaim, at her home
Mrs. Sherman Weatherman is
quite ill at this time, suffering
from a fyead trouble.
Thank goodness, the sheep
which one counts In an effort to
go to sleep are not stream-lined.
At No Extra Cost!
F. A. Brendle &
Elkin, N. C.
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