Naomi Shell Circle To Meet
The Naomi Shell circle of the
Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Baptist church will meet
Monday afternoon at 3:30, with
Mrs. Silas Nichols, with Mrs. Sea
man Dobbins, associate hostess.
All members are invited to attend.
Epworth League Members Enjoy
Twelve members of the Epworth
League and their visitors enjoyed
a picnic supper Thursday evening
at the grounds at Biltrlte furni
ture plant. The party was chap
eroned by Miss Mable Sale, league
Mrs. Hardin Graham is Hostess to
Mrs. Hardin Graham entertain
ed members of her bridge club
and sufficient guests to complete
two tables at her home on Ter
race Avenue Thursday. Luncheon
was served at one o'clock and
during the afternoon bridge was
played. Lovely garden flowers
were used in profusion in the re
ception rooms. Hie club scoring
honors went to Mrs. Marion Allen.
Guests in addition to the club
members were Mrs. Hugh Parks
and Mrs. Mable Doughton Davis,
the latter of High Point.
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Methodist Circles To Meet
The circles of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Metho
dist church will meet Monday af
ternoon at 3:30 in the following
homes: Circle number one will
meet with Mrs. M. A. Biggs on
West Main street; number two
with Mrs. Alex Chatham on East
Main street and number three
with Mrs. Wm. A. Jenkins, on
All members are requested to
Misses Evans and Fulp Entertain
Misses Betty Lou Evans and
Nelda Fulp were hostesses to
twelve boys and girls of the high
school set at an enjoyable party
at the home of Mrs. Earl Ellis on
Elk Spur street Friday evening.
Contests and miscellaneous games
were enjoyed, with Frank Walker
winning the prize. Dancing was
also engaged in.
The home was decorated with
lilac, iris and dogwood. Wafers
and punch were served during the
Musk Week to be Observed at
Final Woman's Club Meeting
The final meeting of the Elkin
Womans Club will be held Thurs
day afternoon, May 6, at Hotel
Elkin. As is the custom of the
club the meeting will be in cele
bration of National Music Week.
Due to the fact that the guest
artist for the meeting, R. G. Cox,
of Winston-Salem, talented mu
sician, could not be here on Tues
day the meeting date was chang
ed to Thursday. A worthwhile
program will be presented by Mr.
Cox and all club members are
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urged to attend. The public is
Miss Hendren Is Hostess To
O. B. H. Club
Miss Mary Hendren delight
fully entertained the O. B. H.
Club at her home on West Main
street Tuesday evening, with a
full membership attendance, li
lacs, tulips and narcissi were used
in profusion In the living room,
where three tables were placed
for dominoes. The club award
for high score went tot Miss Betty
Allen at the conclusion of the
A tempting salad course was
served late in the evening.
Members attending were Misses
Betty Allen, Ola Angell, Blanche
Dixon, Effie Crater, Alice Dixon,
Maude Greenwood, Sadie Frank
lin, Ned Ball, Elizabeth Anderson,
Betty Harris, Ophelia Paul and
Grace Cocker ham.
Mrs. Haywood is Hostess to
Limiting her guests to members
of the Two-Four bridge Club,
Mrs. C. L. Haywood, Jr., wa3 host
ess at an enjoyable bridge-lunch
eon at lier home on Hospital Road
Thursday. Luncheon WM served at
one o'clock. The lovely table,
where covers were placed for
eight, was centered with a bou
quet of mixed garden flowers.
During the afternoon bridge
was enjoyed. The club award for
high score went to Mrs. E. C.
Grier at the conclusion of the
Those making up the tables
were: Mrs. Paul Qwyn, Mrs. A.
O. Bryan, Mrs. J. R. Poindexter,
Miss Maude Greenwood, Mrs. E.
C. drier, Mrs. Ruohs Pyron, *Mrs.
E. S. Spainhour and Mrs. Hay
Bridge-Dinners Are Given By Mr.
and Mrs. Bryan
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bryan en
tertained at two parties at their
home on West Main street last
week. Each evening a bridge
dinner was enjoyed. The home
was decorated with a profusion of
tulips and lilacs.
On Friday evening thirty
guests enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Bry
an's hospitality. Scoring honors
went to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pain
hour for the highest number of
points, the runner-up prize went
to Mrs. Thomas Roth and the
consolation prize to Mrs. Paul
Saturday evening six tables
were in play. Mrs. Rich Chat
ham and Dr. Hugh Parks won the
high score awards and the run
ner-up prize went to Mrs. A. B.
Somers. Mrs. Franklin Folger
won the consolation prize.
Garden Club Meets With Mrs. J.
F. Hendren Thursday Afternoon
Mrs. J. F. Hendren entertained
the .members of the Yadkin Val
ley Garden Club at an enjoyable
meeting at her home on West
Main street Thursday afternoon.
The home was beantifllly decor
ated with a wealth of garden
Mrs. J. L. Hall was program
chairman for the month and pre
sented an interesting study on
spring flowers. She was assisted
by Mesdames H. C. Salmons, J.
H. Beeson and E. C. James. Mrs.
E. G. Click told of a recent visit
to Magnolia gardens.
A tempting collation was served
at the conclusion of the program.
Members attending the meet
ing were: Mesdames J. L. Hall, H.
C. Salmons, E. G. Click, J. H. Bee
son, E. C. James, E. F. McNeer,
W. W. Whitaker, H. P. Graham,
J. S. Atkinson, W. R. Wellborn,
M. A. Biggs and George Royall.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Harris,
Bride-Elect is Feted at
A delightful courtesy to Miss
Mary Elizabeth Harris, bride-elect
of the week, was the party given
Wednesday evening by Miss Hoy
land Harris at her home on West
Main street. White narcissi and
lilacs were used in profusion in
the reception rooms, where tables
were placed for Bingo. Prizes for
the evening were awarded Miss
Mary Elizabeth Harris and Miss
Mattie Mae Powell.
At the conclusion of the games
little Patricia Harris and Sammy
Harris, dressed as a bride and
bridegroom, entered the room to
the strains of the "Wedding
March," played by Mrs. Parks
Hampton, and presented Miss
Harris with a shower of beautiful
gifts from the guests.
The hostess' gift to Miss Harris
was a piece of Madeira linen and
Mrs. Thomas Harris, Jr., a recent
bride, was also presented a piece
A tempting and beautifully ap
pointed salad course was served
late in the evening.
Twenty-two guests enjoyed Miss
Miss Gladys Marie Sparrow, of
Kinston, and Alton Parks Cobb,
of Dobson and LaGrange, were
married in a church ceremony on
Saturday morning, April 17, at 11
o'clock, in the Gordon Street
church, at Kinston. Rev. Leiand
Cook, the bride's pastor, officiat
ed, using the ring ceremony.
The bride and groom entered
the church together. The bride
| Honeymoon Over |
Juliana returns from honeymoon.
She lost twenty-three pounds as a
result of open air exercise and
eating lightly on three-month
was attired in a suit of dawn blue
wool with chiffon blouse, with
navy accessories. She wore a
shoulder corsage of orchids and
lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Cobb is the elder daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sparrow, of
Kinston. For the past several
years she has been employed by
the Kinston Gift Shop. The
bridegroom is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Cobb, of LaGrange. He
received his education at N. C.
State College, Raleigh. For the
past two years he has been con
nected with the Extension De
partment of Agriculture, serving
as assistant county agent in Sur
ry county, with headquarters in
Following the ceremony, the
couple left for a wedding trip to
unannounced points. Upon their
return, they will make their home
Hospital Auxiliary Meets; To
Give Party Friday Evening
At a meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of Hugh Chatham Me
morial Hospital held at the Meth
odist church Monday afternoon,
Rev. L. B. Abernethy, chairman
of the hospital board, made an in
teresting talk to the members on
Florence Nightingale, pioneer in
nursing, whose birthday anniver
sary will be celebrated next
At the meeting it was decided
that a prize of SI.OO each would
be presented to the high school
and grammar grade students of
the local schools for the best es
say on Miss Nightingale. The es
say to be handed in to the auxil
iary by May 12.
National Hospital Day will be
observed at the local hospital on
May 12, and all citizens of Elkin
and the surrounding community
are invited to visit the local hos
pital at that time.
Plans were also perfected for
a reception to be held at the
Nurses' Home on the evening of
April 30, from eight until ten
o'clock. The reception will be in
the form of a book shower and
those attending are asked to
bring a good book, a silver offer
ing or the price of a subscription
to a magazine. These will be do
nated to the hospital library. Mrs.
Rich Chatham is to be in charge
of the reception, assisted by Mes
dames W. C. Cox, Fred Colhard,
Fred McNeely and E. A. Harris.
A cordial invitation is extended
the public to attend. Light re
freshments will be served during
Mrs. A. O. Bryan, president of
the auxiliary, presided over the
Officers Elected For P.-T. A.;
l Mrs. Haywood To Head
The final meeting of the school
year of the Parent-Teacher As
sociation was held Tuesday after
noon at the elementary school,
with a splendid attendance. In
celebration of National Music
Week, Mrs. H. P. Oraham, pro
gram chairman, presented a mu
sical program. The first number
was a group of songs by the fifth
grades. Other numbers were two
vocal selections by Mrs. J. H. Bee
son; a piano solo by Peggy Roy
all; a reading "One, Two, Three,"
by Olenda Norman, and a vocal
quartette, "April Eyes," by Mes
dames E. P. McNeer, H. P. Gra
ham, E. O. Click and Fred Col
Mrs. E. C. James, president,
presided over the business ses
sion, which featured annual re
ports from the various commit
tees. Mrs. E. P. McNeer, chair
man of the ways and means com
mittee, reported that a total in
excess of $230 had been raised by
the organization this year. One
of the major activities being the
standardization of the school li
brary. The school is now listed
among the standard eight months
schools of the state. Other books
will have to be added to the . li
brary to uphold the standard for
the next year.
Miss Flora Royall, elementary
school librarian, thanked the as
sociation for subscriptions to var
ious magazines for t.hp library and
for having the library catalogued.
Miss Mable Sale, who has been in
charge of rebinding a number of
library books, displayed an exhi
bitin of her work.
[ The nominating committee sub-1
mltted the following officers for
1937-38, which were accepted by
the association: President, Mrs.
C. L. Haywood, Jr.; first vice
president, Mrs. C. H. Brewer;
second vice-president, Miss Mar
garet Cragan; third vice-presi
dent, Miss Flora Royalir® secre
tary, Mrs. Ruth Byrd Crater, and
treasurer, Mrs. A. O. Bryan.
A social hour was enjoyed after
the meeting adjourned.
More people speak English than
any other language; next comes
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