North Carolina Newspapers

    April 22, 198?
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Dobson, April 19.—The Dobeon
Woman's Club met Thursday
evening In the Club House. Mrs.
Hancock, the president, was pres
ent and presided.
The meeting opened with the
club song, "With Joy We Meet,"
with Miss Edythe Reece afr the
piano, followed by the collect by
the club in unison. After the roll
call to which a good number re
sponded, minutes of last meeting
were read and approved. Commit
tees and departments gave re
ports and plans were made for a
banquet at the May meeting,
which is the final meeting of the
club year.
Subject for the month was
Music. Mrs. Grady Cooper intro
duced to the club Miss Prances
Folger of Mount Airy, pianist and
F. A. Brendle &
Son
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Mr. Louis Blanco, of Mount Airy,
vocalist, accompanied at the pi
ano by Miss Virginia Moore, who
rendered a delightful musical en
tertainment. K was a rare treat
to have these talented and splen
did musicians bring the club such
a highly entertaining program.
Miss Folger and Mr. Bianco
proved themselves worthy of
their reputations as some of the
State's best musicians, both in
piano and song.
Mrs. C. G. Comer won the at
tendance prize. Mrs. W. L. Reece
presented to Miss Folger, Miss
Moore and Mr. Bianco gifts in
appreciation of their musical con
tribution to the pleasure of the
evening'
During the social hour a salad
course, sandwiches and tea were
served by the entertainment com
mittee, Mrs. Grady Cooper, Mrs.
W. L. Reece, Mrs. W. M. Jackson,
Mrs. J. W. Crawford, Mrs. W. A.
McCraw, Mrs. Daisy Norman and
Miss Minnie Chandler
Mrs. Dr. P. B. Folger and Mrs.
Edwin Reid returned last week
from Nashville, Tenn., where
they visited friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Folger
of Elkin spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fol
ger.
Court opened this morning with
Judge W. F. Harding presiding,
and Solicitor Allen Gwyn prose
cuting the criminal docket. Me
morial services were held at one
o'clock in honor of S. Porter
Graves.
Mrs. Phillips of Alabama, who
has been spending a few days
with Mrs. Paul Folger, returned to
her home Sunday.
Mrs. Knowles of Winston-Sa
lem is spending several days with
TBB EUgN TRIBUNE. KLKIN, NORTH CAROLIN A
her sister, Mrs. F. F. Riggs on
Kapp street.
The high school pupils of Beu
lah School rendered a splendid,
play in the Dobson School audi
torium last Monday evening enti
tled "The Hobgoblin House."
The Junior-Senior banquet of
1937 was held in the gym last
Wednesday evening. The Seniors
were highly entertained and the
tempting refreshments climaxed
a delightful evening.
The Bible class of the Dobson
Baptist church, taught by Mr. J.
T. Threatte, enjoyed a fish and
oyster supper, supplemented toy
other palatable accessories, last
Thursday, evening in the Home
Economics room. They reported
an evening of "good eats" and a
splendid talk by Mr. J. H. Gentry,
and Mr. Threatte was voted a
most hospitable host. v
Mrs. F. F. Riggs entertained
Saturday evening at 3 tables of
contract, honorihg her house
guest, Mrs. Knowles. Mrs. Emma
Mock won the high score prize,
a box of Worcester stationery. At
the conclusion of the games Mrs.
Riggs served a salad course and
hot tea.
Mrs. J. T. Threatte will return
today from Baltimore where she
has been for two weeks a visitor
in the home of her brother, Mr.
Bill Brasihgtore.
Mrs. W. L. Hutchins of Con
cord, spent Tuesday night with
Mrs. W. L. Reece. She was in
attendance of the Methodist
conference in Mt. Airy.
Mrs. A. D. Folger and Mrs. H.
H. Lewellyn of Mt. Airy, Mrs.
Emma Reece Mock and Mrs. W.
L. Reece attended a sale in Yad
kin County Saturday at the home
of Mr. Watson Craft. A large
crowd from Winston-Salem and
nearby towns were in attendance.
Several pieces of antique furni
ture were sold, and lovers of an
tiques were enthusiastic bidders.
Rev. W. V. Brown of Cycle,
Yadkin County, an outstanding
I Baptist minister and singer, is |
conducting a singing school at
Salem Fork Baptist church. Rev.
D. G. Reece is pastor of this
church.. The singing will close
Sunday, the 25th, at which time
there will be preaching at 11
o'clock. Mr. Brown is having a
successful school and a large
crowd.
ASKING PLENTY
Bobby had been reading Treas
ure Island and other pirate stor
ies, and his mother was quite sur
prised when he went to say his
prayers to hear him say:
"Give us this day our daily
bread, Yo, ho! and a bottle of
rum."
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COOL SPRINGS
The Saturday night prayer ser
vice in charge of M. L. Pettyjohn
was well attended. Devotionals
by J. D. Luffman, song service by
choir. Special song by some of
the young people. We were glad
to have our choir director pres
ent. Owing to the serious illness
of his mother-in-law, he cannot
always be present.
The Sunday service was well at
tended, 118 being in the classes,
with several visitors.
The Sunday night service for
young people was given to Rev.
Ely Jordan of State Road. A large
congregation came to hear Broth
er Jordan. He was with us last
fall in our protracted meeting,
and our young people admire and
appreciate this humble servant of
God.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harris re
turned Saturday from a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. Leonard
Hanes of State Road and Mrs.
Byrd Jefferson 01 Thurmond.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Eidson of
Elkin were Sunday guests of Mr.
Buddy Fields.
Mrs. Jonas Benge, Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Benge of Jonesville were
also guests of the Fields.
Mrs. Maggie Mathis and daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Swalm were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Hanks
Sunday.
Mrs. John Walker of Hampton
ville was the week-end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker.
Among our visitors for the even
ing service were Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. Pinnix, Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Hanks and Rev. Harrison Hayes.
We are very glad that Mr. O.
P. Holbrook was able to be back
again yesterday at his beloved
task of teaching his class in the
Sunday school. Mr. Holbrook has
been seriously ill from the effects
of a fall through a trap door in
the new pack house he was build
ing.
Mr. Ottie Brown and his Sacred
Singers of Boonville will be at
Charity Methodist church Sim
day morning and Shoaly Branch
in the afternoon.
The program at Cool Springs is
in charge of A. C. Wall for Sat
urday evening. Be sure to be
present.
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Vanhoy will be glad to
learn that Mrs. Vanhoy is return
ing home today. She has been
seriously ill for sometime. She
has been in the Davis Hospital at
Statesville. We wish for Mrs.
Vanhoy a speedy recovery. Their
infant son is doing well.
Rev. I. W. Vestal filled his ap
pointment here Saturday and
Sunday, also stayed for the young
people meeting Sunday evening.
We enjoyed his sermons and also
his short address at the meeting
in the evening.
Miss Lulamae Luffman was the
week-end guest of Lucy and Des
sere Newman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Linder and
children of Salisbury, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wilson and children
of Kannapolis were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd B. Linder.
The following poem was writ
ten for Mrs. Thelma Benge, mem
ber of our 4-H club at Cool
Springs.
KEEP TRYING
I joined the 4-H club my friends
'Cause there's things that I
don't know
And State and county workers
Can always help us so.
You know I'd rather try and fail
Then try and try some more
Than be among the number
Who never seek to know—
A better way to plant a lawn,
A more convenient plan
Of doing things about the home
And building up the land.
Tis best to do the best you can
Whatever be the task
And when we've done our very
best
Tis all that God will ask.
My daddy asked me with a smile
What he could do for me.
He thought to tease me just be
cause,
I'd joined the club you see.
"Oh move the road and grade the
lawn"
My answer swiftly came
And though he meant it for a joke
He proved that he was game.
The lawn 1s graded now and
green
The road is moved away
And I try to do a little bit
To improve things day by flay.
Oh sure those who try will fail
And the doubters scoff and
smile
But those who try and try and
try
Will get somewhere afterwhile.
Oh yes I still am trying
And though my part is small
I'd rather try and try and fail—
Than never try at alii
A female lecturer said: "Since
women adopted modern cottumes,
street car accidents have de
creased SO per cent." And a male
voice iyi the back row called out,
"Why not cut out street car ac
cidents altogether?"
SWAN CREEK |
Farmers are taking advantage
of the beautiful spring weather
and preparing the land for the
planting of crops.
Our Sunday school is making
nice progress. Rev. Sanford Cook
of Cooleemee made an interest
ing talk at the school Sunday
morning.
Miss Mattie Osborne of Elkin,
was the week-end geust of Miss
DeEtte Swalm.
Mrs. W. C. Bell, who has been
a patient' at Davis Hospital,
Statesville,. for sometime, shows
some improvement, we are glad
to note.
Mrs. Vina Swalm is spending
sometime with her sister, Mrs.
Gene Haynes, who is very ill.
Noah Bell, of Fort Bragg, has
returned to resume his duties, af
ter visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Bell.
Mrs. Glenn Swaim had as her
dinner guests Sunday: Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Myers, Ml-, and Mrs.
Guy Myers, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Myers, Miss DeEtte Swaim and
Miss Mattie Osborne.
Prof, and Mrs. Earl Nance of
Shady Grove were the dinner
guests Sunday of Mr .and Mrs.
Tom Mr. Nance has
been teaching a singing class for
several weeks and the school will
continue for sometime.
Miss DeEtte Swaim of Swan
Creek, Mrs. Clint Wilkins of
Jonesville and Mrs. Glenn Bailey
of Elkin, spent last Saturday in
Statesville.
ONLY PLACE
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man who thinks her husband is
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Beatrice: "So you've just come
from a wedding?"
Stranded Motorist: "Say do
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mobiles?"
Suburbanite: "Sure! That's why
I am riding the street cars."
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