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News of Jonesville
Mrs. Gurney Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W
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Master E. L. Swaim had the
misfortune to break his left arm
in the elbow on Sunday after
noon while he was in swimming
at Elkin creek.
Misses Jettie, Ohna and Lala
Triplett spent Wednesday in
Charlotte attending to business
matters.
The friends of Mr. Bent Mar
tin will regret to learn that he is
ill this week.
Miss Margaret Holcomb, stu- i
dent at Draughn's Business Col
lege, spent the week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 
Hugh Royall
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SECRETARY-TREASURER
Vol. 9, No. 7 ELKIN, N. 0. PUBLISHED MONTHLY
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NU-WAY CAFE 1 «/ITATTT > T , i? C irrTV TAIVC Dr. P. W. Green
The Best Food in Town 1- MINUTE SAFETY TALKS
BEER AND WINES fty Don Harold 4 Optometrist
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Electrical Appliances
"Eikin's Finest Store ... « All Kinds
E. S. Spainhour, Kiwanian R.-M. Hudgins, Kiwanian
1900 1937 SPOTTED FERVOR MCDANIEL'S
Reich-Hayet-Boren Automobile accident prevention im- spots, they can be Equally decreasec DEPT. STORE
proved greatly in spots in the United nationally .... eventually. If the\ _____
Funeral Directors : : : States in 1935, although the country as can be decreased in spots, it prove: tcii • • ni •
a whole was almost as bad as it was the they CAN BEdecreased. MklH S OilOPPlltlir
ome year before. As soon as the public accepts the faci Ppntpr
Ambulance Day or Night / . autora . o t , ile a c cidents that automobile accidents are a diseas t^eilter
y * for the whole country in 1935 totaled that can be stamped out like smallpo>
E. E. Hayes, Kiwanian ? 6,l0 °. acc sT din 8 t0 The Travelers a nd are not merely a calamity that ha; E. W. McDanlel, Kiwanian
Insurance Company-one per cent to be TAKEN, then the battle will b
more than in 1934. But five per cent j, a |f won '
more cars were registered, so the V lL ',. ~, , ,
national record was slightly improved " et behind rr ! ovemen lr
THE -not much. your town. Make-or keep-youi
T> A \TT7 An UT ITTXT ' n certain localities, however, the town one of the spots. len deaths sub
B AJN KOr JiiLIYIJN TON WAS REDUCE BY AT LEAST ONE- TRACTED H ? R ® AND TH , ERE WL " S ? ON ? DD V! nfrfSft
HALF. to several thousand on a national basis II j|P I
mi j 1 1 i , K _ Exceptional records were made by And you, yourself, can be a safet*
All deposits guaranteed by Providencei R . L> Evanston, 111., "spot" all by yourself. You may no
the Federal Deposit Insur- Lynn, Mass., Syracuse, N. Y., Allen- be able to improve on your 1935 record Sinclair Gasoune and Oils
ance Corporation. own > a > Greensboro, N. C., Hobo- but you may be able to improve o- "The grade that makes
:en, N. J., Lansing, Mich., and Pitts- your 1936 record. Most of us have ou jj,-
yield, Mass. accident and death or injury AHEAI
Garland Johnson, Kiwanian This spotted improvement is some- OF US—and THAT is the acciden H. P. Graham, Kiwanian
________———— hing about which to be glad. If acci- prevention in which we are most inter ____________________
.ents can be markedly decreased in ested, after all.
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O. Holcomb.
A number of friends from here
attended the last rites of Mrs.
Pete Groce at Pall Creek church
on Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr, and* Mrs. Joe Paris and
Edwina Hemric and Mary Green
wood spent last Friday in Wins
ton-Salem attending to business
matters.
Mrs. Fanny Mason of North
Elkin, spent Sunday with her son,
Claude Mason and Mrs. Mason.
Miss Ruth Mayberry and little
Mrs. Mary Boles and small
daughter, Barbara Anne, were j
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
able to return to her home from
Hugh Chatham Hospital on Tues
day.
Miss Nancy Maybexry left Tues
day to visit relatives in Winston-
Salem for an indefinite time.
Mrs. Noah Helton, of Fruitland,
was the guest of her brother, Mr.
W. I. Shugart and Mrs. Shugart
on Sunday.
Mrc. E. P. Hartsell has as her
guest, Mrs. Mary Coble, of Moor
esville, this week.
The friends of Mrs. Robert
Brown will regret to learn that
she is ill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kim Vestal and
children, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Benton last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Weaver and
sons, Stacy, Charles and Walter,
spent Sunday at Warrensville.
Miss Magdalene Martin, Doro
thy Colhard, Prances Hendrix,
Cora Hall, Messrs. Charlie Arm
field, Charles Harris spent Sun
day afternoon at Bryan's Lake
and had a picnic supper.
Misses Lucile Vestal and Dixie
Chappel spent Tuesday in Char
lotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lanning
visited relatives in Winston-Sa
lem on Sunday.
Master O'Neal Lineberry is
spending this week with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Lineberry of Boonville, Route.
Marion and Sonny Boy Groce
underwent tonsil operations at
Hugh Chatham hospital last Fri
day and they are getting along
nicely.
The friends of Mrs. Will Love
lace will be glad to learn that she
is improving from her recent ill
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macy and
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Macy and
children spent the week-end in
Sparta with their daughter and
sister, Mrs. Buster Cummin gs and
Mr. Cummings.
Mrs. Virginia Pelts and son,
Don, of North Wilkesboro. spent
the week-end here with Mr. Felts.
Rev. D. d. Reece. pastor of the
Salem Pork Baptist church in the
Surry Association, had with him
at the 11 o'clock hour, Mr. A. V.
West, (Mr. West is Moderator of
Surry Association), of Mt. Airy.
He spoke to the congregation in a
very interesting and timely way
on the subject of "Safe, Perman
ent and Profitable Investment in
Laying Up Treasures in Heaven."
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence dough
spent Sunday in Yadkinville vis
iting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pittman and
son, Oscar, are spending several
days at Atlanta, Ga. with rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lineberry
spent Sunday in Winston-Salem
and attended preaching service at
First Baptist church at the 11
o'clock hour.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lineberry
and daughter, Virginia, Hazel
Brandon, Bertha Adams, Mrs. M.
A. Holcomb, Dessire Reeves and
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Casstevens at
tended the fellowship meeting
held at Yadkinville Baptist church
last Thursday evening.. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pox of Hud
son, were here Sunday visiting
friends and relatives.
Kemp Reece left Saturday for
Washington, D. C. to attend the
Boy Scout Jamboree held there
this week and next.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Martin and
daughters, Marion and Mary,
Norma Jean and Bennie, Mrs.
Clyde Shugart, Miss Mae Vestal,
Mr. and Mrs. Ura Ross, of Arl
ington and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Eldridge of Elkin, spent Sunday
at Boone, Blowing Rock and
Grandfather Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lyons, of
Winston-Salem, were guests of his
brother, H. C. Lyons and Mrs.
Lyons on Sunday.
Miss Evelyn Arnold, of North
Wilkesboro spent the week-end
here with her sister, Mrs. Ivory
Johnson and Mr. Johnson.
Misses Dixie Chappel and Vir
ginia Lee Holcomb have returned
home from Greensboro after vis
iting the latter's aunt, Mrs. R. J.
Hudson for two weeks.
Master Kern Peimster returned
to his home at Winston-Salem
after visiting relatives here for
two weeks. He was accompanied
home by his cousin, Lott May
berry, who will be his guest for
several days.
The friends of Mrs. Wade Tal
ley will regret to learn that she
is ill this week.
Miss Margaret Warren, who Is
taking training at Burrus Hos
pital, at High Point, returned this
week after spending two weeks
here with relatives.
Mrs. M. M. Mayberry had as her
guest her mother, Mrs. W. P.
Reece and her aunt, Mrs. W. O.
Gilbert of Winston-Salem, on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chappel and
daughter, Dorethea and Mrs. Wil
moth Swaim, visited Mrs. Chap
pel's brother, I«Er. Max Nicholson
and Mrs. Nicholson at Greens
boro, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reece and
son, Mark and Tommy Woodruff
visited Mrs. Reece's aunt, Mrs.
Lee Holcomb, at Center, last Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Anthony and
son, Staley, Miss Virginia An
thony and Eloise Osborne and
Junior Anthony, were the guests
of Mrs. Mildred Anthony at High
Point, on Sunday.*
Mrs. D. R. Casstevns has as her
guests two of her sisters, Mrs.
Paul Woodie and Mrs. W. J.
Reeves and daughter, Nancy, of
Statesville and Mr. C. L. Reeves,
of California.
Mrs. Julia Wagoner visited her
father, Mr. Leander Nicholson, of
Cycle last Sunday.
Picnic Is Enjoyed at Williams'
Park
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Sparks
and Mr. and Mrs. Reece Cocker
ham and Mr. and Mrs. John
Mayberry chaperoned a group of
young people on a picnic at Wil
liams' Park on Monday evening.
The following young people en
joyed the evening: Misses Hazel
Brandon, Hilda Gae and Margar
et Renegar, Rama Blackwood,
Pauline Gilliam, Carrie Taylor,
Ruth Mayberry; Messrs. Sam
Gray, Lon Dillon, Clyde Cotheran,
Dick Harris, Cleve Laster, Curtis
Hall, Charles Harris, Bill Pardue
and the out of town guests were
Misses Elizabeth Brown, of War
ren, Ind., Gertrude Triplett, of
Long Beach, Cal. and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Brown, of Warren,
Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. T. P. May
berry of Winston-Salem.
Juniors of B. T. U. Enjoy
Social Monday Evening
Mr. D. R. Casstevens, leader of
the Junior class in the B. T. U.
entertained the juniors with a so
cial at his home on Monday eve
ning. A number of games and a
treasure hunt were enjoyed during
the evening. The following jun
iors were present: Eloise and
Madge Sparks, Doris Shugart,
Peggy Blackwood. Cornelia and
Jean Lineberry, Mary Thompson,
Daphne Harris, Lorraine
Draughn, Sue Martin, Helen
Brown; Marshall and John Prank
Pittman, Leo and Allen Wagoner,
Kenneth and Elton Casstevens,
Mark Reece and Garland Rober
son and Mrs. D. R. Casstevens
and Dessie Reeves.
COOL SPRINGS
A larger crowd than usual at
tended our church Sunday. Those
who were at the young people's
meeting Sunday night enjoyed
the songs sung by the Cool
Springs quartet. Next Sunday
night's meeting will be conducted
by Miss Ruby Ray Holbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Holbrook
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Petty
john Sunday.
Miss Made Rae Harris had as
her visitors Misses Beatrice, Reda
and Virginia Ross and Miss Lula
May Luffman and Miss Ruby Ray
Holbrook visited Miss Sylvia Dar
nell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wall visited
Mr. and Mrs. Croeger Wall near
Bessie's Chapel Sunday.
Mrs. R. C. Harris has been vis
iting with her brother, Mr. Rich
ard Adams, at Sparta, since last
Thursday.
We are glad to hear that "Un
cle" John Cox is much Improved
after a recent severe illness.
Rev. Harrison Barker will
preach here Sunday morning.
Termini iloirv
"What does the bride think
when she walks into the church?"
"Aisle, Altar, Hymn."
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ELKIN, N. C.
Thursday, July 1. 1937
    

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