pmuraday, April 29, 1937
News of Jonesville
Mrs. Gurney Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W
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Mr. Kim Vestal entered Hugh
Chatham Hospital on Tuesday for
Mesdames P. A. Lineberry, H. L.
Holcomb, W. P. Mcßride and M
M. Mayberry and Miss Lorraine
Lineberry made a trip last Wed
nesday to the Mills Home at
The friends of Emma Lou Ly
ons will regret to learn that she
is sick this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Haynes, of
Grassy Creek were the week-end
guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Macy.
Master Billie Dunkle, of Arling
ton, who entered Hugh Chatham
hospital on Saturday returned to
his home Monday. He got off the
bus and started across the road
and ran into the side of a car but
was not injured very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Porter an
nounce the birth of a daughter
at Hugh Chatham hospital, April
Mrs. Nancy Lyons of Ronda Is
spending this week with her son
Eye strain is a frequent cause
of headache and may often
be corrected by properly fit
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and family Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. Mar/in Kimmer, of Boon
ville, was the dinner guest of Mrs.
J. C. Chappel on Tuesday.
The friends of Mrs. W. I. Shu
gart, Mrs. P. H. Underwood and
Mrs. Henry Lyons will regret to
learn that they are sick this
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Qockerham
have a child that is very sick this
week with a deep cold.
Misses Margaret Holcomb and
Evelyn Arnold, students of
Draughn's Business college spent
the week-end here with their par
Mrs. Hazel Ray Weaver and
son, Jack Ray, spent the week
end in Statesville with Mr. Weav
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Holcomb,
Mrs. O. E. Boles and son, Junior
and Mrs. M. C. Mayberry return
ed home Thursday from a visit
to relatives in Orange, Cal. The
latter had spent the winter there
in interest of her health.
Rev. D. G. Reece filled his
regular appointment at Salem
Pork church in Surry County on
Sunday in spite of the inclement
weather and with a large congre
gation for rainy weather. Rev.
W. V. Brown was just closing a
singing school which he had been
teaching the week before and Mr.
Brown will return the second
Sunday in June and teach anoth
er week and will remain through
the week following the third Sun
day and assist brother Reece in
the revival meeting.
Mrs. J. W. Arnold is spending
a few days this week with her
father, Mr. Mark Hinshaw of
Miss Lorraine Lineberry return
ed home Sunday evening after
visiting relatives in Winston-Sa
lem the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hudspeth
and daughter, Peggy Anne, of
Washington, D. C. and Yadkin
ville, visited the former's sister,
Mrs. G. s. Wagoner on Monday.
Mrs. Wagoner is slowly improv
ing from a recent illness.
The friends of Mrs. Liliah
Swaim will regret to learn that
she is confined to her home this
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Miss Beatrice Burcham, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Burcham, of Jonesville, who was recently named "Miss Jonesville"
in a popularity contest sponsored by the Jonesville Parent-Teacher
association. Miss Burcham won the title over 11 other popular and
attractive Jonesville girls.
week with sinus and throat trou
Messrs. H. C. Lyons and N. P.
Porter are spending a few days
this week in Hendersonville at
tending a Woodmen meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pinnix and
son, Jimmie, were guests of his
aunt, Mrs. J. G. Ray, on Sun
Mrs. G. L. Wagoner and Miss
Hazel Helton, of Hamptonville,
and Mrs. Noah Wagoner, of
Jonesville, R. P. D. visited Mrs.
G. S. Wagoner on Monday even
Sally Lou Eskerage, small
daughter of Mrs. Sam Eskerage
is right sick this week with cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pelts and
children, of Winston-Salem,
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bent Martin.
Mrs. Garland Mathis, of Swan
Creek community visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macy, the
latter part of last week.
Friends of Mrs. K. M. Thomp
son will regret to learn that she
isn't feeling very well this week.
Mr. Tommy Shugart and Mrs.
W. I. Shugart returned home last
Thursday from a visit to New
York and Louisville, where they
had been visiting relatives for 10
Little Miss Jerry Lee Boles Hon
ored With Birthday Party
Mrs. Alston Boles honored her
daughter, Jerry Lee, with a party
at her home on Thursday even
ing, April 23rd, in celebration of
her seventh anniversary.
A color scheme of white and
yellow was carried out through
out the home.
After the guests had enjoyed a
number of games they were
ushered into the dining room
where a huge white cake was
aglow with seven yellow candles.
After the honoree had blown out
the candles, cake and ice cream
wsre served to the following
guests: Honor guest Jerry Lee
Boles, Nancy Ann Mayberry, Sar
ah Lou Reece, Jacqueline Brown,
Lola and Annie Lee Morrison,
Joan Freeman, Patricia Boles,
Kathleen Burcham, Nancy Hol
comb, Patsy and Joe Stroud and
John Frank Price. She received
many lovely gifts.
Misses Carrie Taylor and Mar
garet Renegar delightfully enter
tained the senior class of Jones
ville high school with a theatre
party Friday evening. All the class
went to the Lyric Theatre to see
the picture "The Plainsman."
After the picture the seniors were
taken to Abernethy's drug store
where a delicious ice course was
served to the following members:
Madelyn Thompson, Mary E. In
gram, Rama Blackwood, Beatrice
Burcham, Mae Young, Lucile
Vestal, Magadelene Martin, Fran
cis Brandon, Clayton Swaim and
Dothan Reece; Members of the
faculty: Miss Bonnie Dixon,
Messrs. J. H. Steelman and J. H.
Swaringen and the hostesses.
Snakes and all sorts of reptiles
are more active at night than they
are in the daytime.
Worse than a Red menace is
when human beings turn ycJiov.
Rev. H. R. Stanley preached at
Fairview Baptist church Saturday
and Sunday, in the absence of
Rev. R. E. Calloway of Mountain
Misses Lucille Dorsett and Mary
Eidson of Elkin, spent the week
end here with friends.
M. A. Gaither of Winston-Sa
lem, was a business visitor here
Misses Ila Mae and Martha
Sprinkle of Fairview, had as their
week-end guests Misses Vallie and
Vera White and Clara BeU Thom
as, all of Mount Airy.
Mrs. Charlie Key, who has been
ill at her home at Union Cross
for sometime, shows no improve
ment, her friends will regret to
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Wall
and little son spent the week-end
in Winston-Salem, visiting rela
Mrs. Minnie White and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Nixon of Mount Airy,
were the guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sledge and
little son, of High Point, visited
in the home of D. F. Chappell last
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Chandler
had as their guests Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Hencil Hewitt and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Farmer
J. H. Greenwood, Plaihtiff
Maie Ervin Greenwood, Defendant
In The Superior Court
The defendant aboi \ named
will take notice that &- \ action
entitled as above has t> fcn com
menced in the Superior Court for
an absolute divorce from the
bonds of Matrimony between the
plaintiff and the defendant. The
said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear and answer to the complaint
now on file in the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Surry County at Dobson, N. C.
on or before the 11th day of May,
1937, otherwise the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This 9th day of April, 1937.
F. T. LLEWELLYN,
5-6 Clerk of the Superior Court.
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Mrs. C. W. Laffoon
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P. A. Brendle &
Elkin, N. C.
and Miss Esther Farmer, all of
Pulaski, Virginia, and Mr. and
Mrs. Tommy Chandler and
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Greenwood
returned Sunday from a pleasure
trip to Delaware, Washington and
other points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Burton
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Miller and Clyde Sprinkle,
all of Spray, were week-end
guests of Mr and Mrs. D. W.
Sprinkle of Fairview.
R. E. Handy spent several days
last week in North Wilkesboro,
visiting friends and relatives.
J. S. Layne will be in charge of
the prayer service to be held at
Little Richmond Baptist church
Sunday evening at 7:30. The
public is invited.
PRESENT PLAY AT
Students of Somers school will
present a play entitled "No
body's Darling" at Buggaboo
school on Saturday night, May 1,
eight o'clock. Music by a string
band will supplement the pro
gram. Proceeds from the admis
sion charge of 15 and 25 cents
will be for the benefit of Mace
donia Baptist church. The public
is invited to attend.
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