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Thursday, Apfti 22. 1937
News of Jonesville
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Mrs. Gbrney Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W
Mr, 4nd Mrs. R. H. Apple, Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Apple, of Wins
* ton-Salem and Rev. T. O. Will
iams of ZSlkin, were visitors of
Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Smith on
The friends of Mrs. C. J. Hol
comb will regret to learn that
she has been confined to her
home for several days and they
wish her a speedy recovery.
Mr. John Hinson, of Arlington,
has been very ill with pneumonia
. for a week and at this writing
seems to be resting better.
Mrs. L. S. Weaver, Mrs. P. L.
'Smith, Miss Rosalee Minnish and'
Dewey Smith attended the Wo
man's Missionary Institute at
Mt. Airy last Wednesday.
The many friends of Tyree
Harris will regret to learn that
he is ill this week.
Mrs. John Mayberry and son,
Gayle, left Tuesday to join her
husband in Henderson, where
they will make their home in the
future. Mr. Mayberry is now op
erating the "City Cab" company
* Miss Margaret Renegar spent
the week-end in Wake Forest and
attended the Fraternity dance on
Mrs. Charles Jones, of Ronda
was the guest of Mrs. W. F. Mc-
Bride on Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dett Underwood
and son, Bobby, of Winston-Sa
lem, visited the former's mother,
M?s. P. H. Underwood on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Holloway
and son, Bobby, of Ronda, spent
the week-end here with Mr. and
Mrs. Hr C. Lyons.
Mrs. V. L. Renegar, of Arling
ton, underwent a major operation
at Davis Hospital at Statesville
last Friday and is getting along
as well as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. w. Haliburton
of Rutherford College, were the
week-end guests of their daugh
ter, Mrs. L. S. Weaver, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chappel and
daughter, Dorothea, spent Sun
day with the former's sister, Mrs.
Elwood Teague and Mr. Teague
Mr. and Mrs. Creed and chil
dren of Mt. Airy, were guests of
Mrs. Creed's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Seagraves, on Sun
Miss Doris Thompson was the
guest of Miss Nellie Moxley, of
Boonville, from Tuesday until
Mr. Kim Vestal is confined to
his home this week with an in
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown and
daughter, Bessie Jean and Mast
er Johnnie Davis visited the for
mer's daughter, Mrs. A. C. Davis,
who is very ill at Wesley Long
hospital afr Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macy and
children, Ethel, Millie and Clar
ence, of Cycle, visited the form
er's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Macy on Sunday afternoon.
The many friends of Miss Beu
lah .Smith will regret to learn
that she is sick again.
The Boy Scouts defeated the
seventh grade boys in a baseball
game at the school on Monday,
score 10-0. Batteries, for the
Scouts, Swaim and Woodruff;
seventh grade, Burgess, Mayber
ry and Bray.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Castevens,
Carrie Taylor, Jean Teal, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Vestal and Worth Ves
tal spent Saturday in Charlotte,
while there they made a visit to
Radio Station WBT and also at
tended the dog show.
Mrs. Max Anthony and son,
Staley, are spending this week at
Hamptonville with relatives.
Little Betty Jean Finney,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Finney of Arlington, is sick this
Mrs. Robert Brown had as her
guests, her mother, Mrs. Sallie
Greenwood, Miss Cora Messick
and Robert Messick on Sunday.
Thompson Greenwood, of Ral
eigh, was a week-end visitor in
the home of his mother, Mrs.
Rev. P. L. Smith attended the
Christian Education Institute at
Rose Chapel Methodist "churfch,
Statesville, last Friday.
Misses Phosia Shore, of Wins
ton-Salem, and Martha Smith of
Arlington, were the guests of
Misses Jessie, Beulah and Sallie
Smith on Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Feimster, of
Winston-Salem, who has been the
house guest of Miss Ruth May
berry for several weeks returned
to her home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chilton
and Miss Mary Shore of High
Point, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilliam
and Mrs. Sam Ray of Statesville,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Ray on Sunday.
Mrs. Horace Feimster and chil
dren and Mrs. W. F. Reece, Jr.
and children of Winston-Salem
were guests of the former's moth
er, Mrs. W. P. Reece, Sr. on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spainhour
had as their guests the former's
sister and family, Mrs. Will Tuck
er on Sunday.
The many friends of Pete Mc-
Bride will be interested to hear
of his marriage on Friday, April
16, 1937, to Miss Kate Boles, of
Winston-Salem, the ceremony
was performed at Danville, Va.
After a honeymoon trip to Wash
ington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Bride will return to Winston-
Salem, where they will reside.
Delia Woodhouse Circle Meets
With Mrs. ML H. Helton
The Delia Woodhouse circle of
the Baptist W. M. U. met Wed-
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nesday afternoon at 3:30 at the
home of Mrs. M. H. Helton with
nine members present. The meet
ing was in charge of Mrs. D. G.
Reece and an interesting discus
sion of the religious work among
the French people was given by
members of the circle. After the
program and a short business
discussion the hostess served de
Mesdames Jack Brown and Alex
Biggs Entertain Seniors
Mesdames Jack Brown and Alex
Biggs entertained the seniors of
Jonesville High School Thursday
evening, April 15, at the home of
Mrs. Brown with a bingo party.
Mr. Swaringen and Mary E. In
gram received honor prizes. Min
iature diplomas tied with red and
white ribbon, class colors, were
used as place cards. Class colors
were also carried out in salt d and
sweet courses. Lovely spring flow
ers were used as a background for
party. The party was given in
honor of the hostesses' brother,
Mrs. A. J. Martin Honored on
Hpr 71st Anniversary
The children of Mrs. A. J. Mar
tin inft at the home near Brooks
Cross Roads, Sunday, April 18,
1937 to celebrate her 71st birth
day anniversary. They are Sant
ford Martin, of Winston-Salem;
Zeno Martin, of Marion; Leroy
Martin, of Raleigh; Albert Mar
tin, of Boonville; Joe Martin, of
Lansing; Mrs. Maude M. Green
wood, of Jonesville; Mrs. Clinton
Wallace, of Hamptonville and
Mrs. Raymond Vanhoy of Brooks
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