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/Thursday, May 6, 193?
Nbvs from the
j Rev. C. W. Russell and family
| went to Denton, N. C.. Tuesday
;in response to a telephone mes
jsage informing them of the death
iof Mr. Russell's father, who was
'almost instantly killed as A result
'of an automobile accident occur
ring near Charlotte last Tuesday
\ Rev. O. H. Hauser preached at
the Baptist church Sunday even
i Mr. and Mrs. Ward Harkrader
and Ward, Jr., visited Mrs. S. K.
Harkrader for the week-end. Mrs.
Harkrader and Ward, Jr., will re
main a few days, while Mr. Har
krader goes to Norton, Va.
Dr. and Mrs. Brooks Freeman
of Randleman, spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs. Maude Free
Miss Eva Collins of Winston-
Salem, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
A play, entitled, "Streamlined
Sue," was given by the Seniors of
Dobson High school on last Wed
nesday evening. The boys and
girls did credit to themselves, as
well as to their coach, Mrs. W. E.
Hancock. The proceeds amounted
to SBO.OO, which will be used for
' Mrs. Emma Reece Mock left
Sunday afternoon for Chapel Hill,
where she will take a three
months' course in Social Security
Miss Elizabeth Freeman and
Miss Blanche Palmer of Queen's
College, Charlotte, spent the
week-end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Freeman
Robert Freeman, a student at
the University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, spent Sunday in
Miss Verdye Jackson enter
tained at four tables of contract
last Thursday evening, at the
home nf Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Reid, honoring Mrs. Alton P
Cobb, a recent bride, who before
her marriage was Miss Gladys
Sparrow of Kinston. White nar
cissi, snap dragons and carna
tions were used in profusion
throughout the living and music
rooms. Mrs. A. D. Folger of Mt
Airy, won high score prize, and
Mr. A. D. Folger won the gentle
man's high score prize. Miss
Emma Comer was "runner-up"
CALLJE GRIFFIN, Plaintiff
LERA GRIFFIN, Defendant.
In The Superior Cool
The defendant above named
will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court for
an absolute divorce from -he
bonds of matrimony between the
plaintiff and the defendant The
said defendant will furtheu take
notice that he is required io ap
pear and answer to the coilplaint
now on file in the officc*ol\tiie
Clerk of the Superior tourt of
Surry County at DobsoyN. C. on
or before 15th das, ofiMay, 1937,
otherwise the plai&An will apply
to the court for Xhe relief de
manded in said Complaint.
This 14th cdy of April, 1937.
F. T. AaJSWELLYN,
5-13 Cler"- of the Superior Court.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
We Now Have Equipment to
Make Any Kind of Duplicate
W. M. Wall, Jeweler
Phone 56 Elkin, N. C.
At No Extra Cost!
F. A. Rrendle &
Elkin, N. C.
winner. At the conclusion of the I
games, Miss Jackson served a
tempting plate of refreshments.
Henry C. Hampton, Robert
Badgett andd Emory Freeman
have gone to Winston-Salem to
serve as jurors in the Federal
court. Johnson J. Hayes, judge
for this district, is presiding.
| RUSK ) |
The Little Richmond baseball
team defeated Rockford on the
Rockford diamond Wednesday,
the score being 7 to 1.
Miss Mattie Ruth Wilmoth of
N. Wilkesboro was the week-end
guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. E. Wilmoth and family.
The following members of the
4-H club attended a meeting at
Dobson last Wednesday: Misses
Alice Teague, Ruth Jenkins, Rich
ard Gentry, Louise Felts and Fern
Mrs. Edwin Lyon and small
daughter, Bonnie Marie, have re
turned to their home at Glade
Valley after spending a while
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Maurice Dobbins, who has
been attending the Appalachian
State Teachers' College at Boone
came home last week to spend the
summer vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Dob
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenwood
and daughters, Misses Jennie V.
and Bettie Mae, Mrs. Etta Will-*
iamson, Miss Beulah Williamson,
Bryant Williamson, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Barber and Mr. W. J.
Chappel all attended the revival
services in progress at Cave's
school house near Dobson last
Mrs. J. F. Matthews and daugh
ter, Earline, of near East Bend
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Jenkins and
family of Winston-Salem were
Sunday visitors here.
Miss Thelma Cockerham of
State Road was a visitor here last
Mr. Lynn Coffey of Roanoke,
Va., was the week-end guest of
his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Msfrtin and
Mrs. Vance Burch is spending
a few days at Mountain Park
with her son, Mr. Paul Burch and
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gilliam and
small daughter, Peggy Marie, of
Winston-Salem were Sunday
guests of Mrs. Gilliam's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cockerham.
Mr. arid Mrs. W. S. Whijte had
as week-end guests the follow
ing: Mrs. W. C. Martin and
small daughter, Peggy Jo and
Billy White of High Point and
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Darnell and
children of Elkin.
Miss Mamie Isaacs of North
Wilkesboro, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mr. R. A. Jenkins of Winston-
Salem was among the Sunday vis
Mrs. America Butcher had as
her Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Hodges and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hodges, all of Mt. Airy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Flinchum
and Mrs. J. M. Flinchum of near
Pilot Mountain were among the
week-end visitors here.
Th'e Fairview Baptist Sunday
school is increasing since the
weather has opened up and ev
eryone seems to show a great in
terest in its progress. There was a
large attendance Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Norman of
Winston-Salem and Mr. Norman's
mother, Mrs. Sarah Norman, vis
ited Mrs. Everett Alberty and her
mother, Mrs. E. J. Layne who is
eighty seven years young.
Mr. J. M. Atkins who has been
ill for some time is now in Mar
tins Memorial hospital for treat
ment and many friends wish for
him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Alberty vis
ited Mrs. Alberty's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Shackelford of Ararat,
N. C. Sunday. They also visited
friends at Martin's Memorial Hos
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bryant and
son Douglas of High Point were
the week-end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Alberty.
The week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Poindexter were Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Poindexter of
HOME-COMING DAY AT
MOUNTAIN PARK MAY 9
Home-Coming day will be held
at Mountain Park Baptist church
Sunday, May 9. The program
will begin at 11 o'clock and con
tinue until about 3:30 in the af
ternoon. A number of speakers
will be present and dinner will be
served on" the grounds.
All friends of Mountain Park
and Surry county who feel that
the visions and dreams of a high
er institution of learning at
Mountain Park should not be giv
en up are especially invited to
unite in a conference to plan for
I a junior college there.
'7/ ' " t - ■
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