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Thursday, July 1, 1937
Methodist Circle to Meet This
Circle numlter four of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church will meet this
evening (Thursday) at 8 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. Fred Col
hard on Church street. All mem
bers are invited to attend.
Mias Powell Will Be Hostess to
Pearl Johnson Circle
The Pearl Johnson Circle of the
Woman's Missionary Union of the
First Baptist church will meet
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~ SYDNOR-SPAINHOUR COMPANY
Elkin, N. C.
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the home of Miss Mattie Mae
Powell on West Main street All
members are invited to attend.
Other circle meetings will be
held Monday afternoon, July 12,
having been deferred one week on
account of the observation of In
dependence Day on July 5.
Mrs. Brannon is Honored at Party
Mrs. George Pauls and Miss
Mae Young entertained at an en
joyable party Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. DeLos Under
wood in Jonesville, to honor Miss
Young's sister, Mrs. Sam Bran
non, a recent bride. Mrs. Bran
non was presented a miscellane
ous shower of linen by the guests.
Table games were enjoyed dur
ing the evening, with attrective
prizes going to Miss Virginia Ray
and Mrs. DeLos Underwood.
Late in the evening a tempting
ice course was served.
The bridal motif was effected
in the appointments of the home
and in the refreshment course.
Mrs. Graham Honors Guests at
Buffet Supper and Dance
Honoring her houseguests. Miss
Catherine Reardon of Washington,
D. C., and Miss Ella Ogburn of
Winston-Salem, Mrs. H. C. Gra
ham entertained at a lovely buf
fet supper, followed by a dance
Saturday evening at her home on
Garden flowers were, effectively
used throughout the lower floor
of the home.
The guest list included ten cou
ples, members of the younger so
Misses Reardon and Ogburn
were again honored on Tuesday
evening when ten couples joined
hospitality at a picnic supper and
swimming party at Roaring Gap.
This Store Will Be
MONDAY, JULY 5
In Observance of
Elkin, N. C.
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THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
F. L. CESS IS Honored on Birth
day Anniversary Sunday
Members of his family, includ
ing his children and grandchil
dren, and a few intimate friends
honored F. L. Cass on his birth
day anniversary Sunday |at his
home north of Elkin. A bountiful
dinner was served to about thirty
Mr. Cass received many useful
Children of the honor guest at
tending were: Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.
Dodson Cass of Winston-Salem,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. John Parks, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Cass, Mr., and Mrs.
Hugh Cass and Odell Cass, all of
Yadkin Valley» Garden Club
Meets With Mrs. Lillard
Members of the Yadkin Valley
Garden Club enjoyed a delightful
meeting Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Mason Lillard
on Gwyn Avenue. Lovely summer
flowers were used in the living
room and hall.
The program on "Winter Gar
dens" was presented by Mrs. J.
H. Beeson, assisted by Mesdames
E. G. Click and M. A. Biggs.
A beautifully appointed salad
course was served during a pleas
ant social houv.
Members enj dying Mrs. Lillard's
hospitality were: Mesdames J. L.
Hall, J. s. Atkinson, E. F. Mc-
Neer, M. A. Biggs, H. P. Graham,
W. W. Whitaker and J. H. Bee
son and her guest, Miss Nell
Wood of Savannah, Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. An
thony of Ronda announce the
marriage of their daughter, Ruth
Etta, to James Richard Beamon
of North Wilkesboro, June 5, at
independence, Virginia, with Rev.
L. F. Frank officiating.
The bride was becomingly
dressed in white chiffon with
white accessories and a shoulder
corsage of pink rosebuds. She is
the only daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Beamon is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Beamon of North
Wilkesboro and is employed by
the Key City Furniture company.
Both are popular with a wide
circle of friends.
Following a honeymoon to
Washington, D. C., add other
places of interest, Mr. and Mrs.
Beamon are making their home at
North Wilkesboro, Route 1.
Mrs. Ashby is Hostess to Bridge
Mrs. C. G. Ashby entertained
members of her bridge club and
three additional guests at a de
lightful morning party followed
by a luncheon Thursday at her
home on Bridge street. A patriotic
motif of red, white and blue was
carried out in the decorations
and the appointments of the
luncheon. Large bowls of white
and blue larkspur and red snap
dragons were used throughout the
Bridge was played at two ta
bles: The club award for high
score went to Mrs. R. M. Hudgins
and the visitor's prize to Mrs.
Marion Allen at the conclusion
of a series of interesting pro
gressions. Mrs. L. W. Laxton, a
recent bride, who was a special
guest of the club, was given a gift
Members playing were: Mes
dames Paul Owyn, A. B. Somers,
R. M. Hudgins, Ruohs Pyron and
R. C. Freeman. Additional guests
were: Mesdames L. W. Laxton,
Leßoy Campbell and Marion Al
Miss Mable Murray and Lieut.
David Brown are Married
.Coming as a surprise to
friends is the wedding of Miss
Mable C. Murray and Lieut. David
Alonzo Brown, which was solem
ized Saturday evening, June 19, at
Hillsville, Virginia. Rev. Walter
G. Hughes, pastor of the Hillsville
Baptist church, officiated, using
the ring ceremony.
For her wedding the bride wore
a becoming dress of beige with\
harmonizing acessories and a
shoulder corsage of radiance roses
and sweet peas. Mrs. Brown is
the daughter of Rev. L. B. Murray
and Mrs. Murray of State Road.
She was educated at Mountain
Park and later took a secretarial
course at High Point. For some
time she has been employed in
the office of the F. and W.
Chevrolet company here.
Lieut. Brown Is the youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown
of Jonesvllle. He was graduated
from Oak Ridge Military Institute
in 1930 and was commissioned as
lleutenent in the 316 th Field
Artillery in March 1932, Since he
received his commission he has
been in charge of various CCC
camps 1)1 the Carolinas, his latest
assignment being Table Rock
Camp at Pickens, S. C. At the
present he is associated with the
local distributing office of Gulf
Refining company here.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown are making
their home at an apartment In
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Hambright on Gwyn Avenue.
Formal annoucements of thei
wedding have been issued.
Of interest to friends in this
section is the marriage of Miss
Kathleen Absher of Washington,
D. C.. and Johnson H. Steelman
of Yadkinville, which was solem
nized Thursday evening, June 24,
at Lincoln Road Methodist church
in Washington, D. C., with the
pastor, Dr. Reginald Stone, offic
iating, using the ring ceremony.
The bride Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Allen of
Washington formerly of States
ville, and was educated at States
ville high school, Mitchell Col
lege, Statesvllle, and Appalachian
State Teachers College, Boone.
For the past three years she has
done office work in Washington.
Mr. Steelman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. S. Steelman of Yad
kinville, and was educated lit Har
mony high school and Appalach
ian State Teachers College, Boone.
For the past three years he has
been a member of the Jonesville
school faculty, where he taught
Following a wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Steelman will be at home
at 11 R. Street, N. E„ Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. W. Dunham
and daughers, Frances and Hazel
were the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Arvil Gentry of State
Misses Annie Lee Byrd and
Lucy Gentry of Lomax, spent the
weekf-end with Miss Sarah Dar
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. West visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoots, of Roar
ing River, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Tyra Morrison had
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Gilliam and little
grandson, Jimmie Kegley of Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Odel Cockerham
of Zephyr, visited relatives In this
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Poplin
and family spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stroud of
Miss Kathleen Morrison spent
Saturday night with Misses Sallie
and Annie Lee Gilliam of Ben
ham. She was accompanied home
Rose & Rose Transfer Co.
Sand and Gravel a Specialty
We Pump and Deliver Sand
Anywhere in Any Amount
Box 116 Elkin, N. C.
Plumbing and Heating
GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERA
ELKIN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
Phone 254 Elkin, N. C.
YOUR FIRST AID KIT
An accident! Quick! lodine, bandages, gauze, absorbent
cotton! A dozen thoughts rush to your mind.
Could you quickly supply these simple necessities, per
haps saving a life or limb?
Better not neglect that list of home remedies. We never
can tell when we may hear the cry of "an accident." '
Don't neglect a cut nor an abrasion. Teach the kiddies
to care for all scratches.
Baby foods, nursing bottles and nipples*
Let US be YOUR Druggists
The REXALL Store >555L
"A GOOD DRUG STORE"
-©# See Your DOCTOR First—
Phone 42 Then See US Elkin, N. C.
Sunday morning by Miss Sallie
Gilliam, who. spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swaim and
Mrs. Enoch Swaim spent the
week-end near Statesvllle visiting
Mrs. Judith Pardue is very ill
we are sorry to note.
Mrs. N. S. Thorpe is improving
. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Pardue and]
children of Ronda, and Mr. and
Mrs. Erskin Pardue and children
of this community all visited in
The revival meeting will begin
next Sunday night at Mountain
Park Baptist church. Rev. R. E.
Adams, of Mayodan, will assist
the pastor. Rev. T. S. Draughn.
The public has a cordial invita
tion to attend.
We are sorry to note that Mr.
U. H. Cockerham is very ill, we
hope for him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Cockerham
spent last Thursday in Winston-
Miss Edna Thompson of Thur
mond, spent part of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Cocker
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eldridge of
Lexington, visited relatives here
last week. y
Mrs. Betty Sides of Winston-
Salem visited Mr. and Mrs. Fol
ger Cockerham last week. #
. Mr. Claude Harris made a bus
iness trip to Charlotte Tuesday.
Miss Marjorle Cockerham of
New York visited relatives here
last week. ~
Mr. Clyde Cockerham of Greece
has returned home for his sum
Mrs. C. C. Gentry visited rela
tives in Elkin Saturday.
Mesdames R. J. Williams, O. O.
Wallace, W. B. Williams and Mr.
Claud Harris attended the relig
ious promotional meeting held at
When You Need
Thousands of men and women
know how wise it is to take Black-
Draught at the first sign of consti
pation. They like the refreshing re
lief it brings. They know its timely
use may save them from feeling
badly and possibly losing time at
work from sickness brought on by
If you have to take a laxative oc
casionally, you can rely on
A GOOD LAXATIVE
Palrview Baptist church last
Little Sammy Cocker ham spent
last week in Elkin visiting rela
The number of SIO,OOO bills in
circulation is increasing, says a
treasury note. But maybe you had
already noticed it.
For Anything You Want to
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE J
AND TRY OUR BEST TO PLEASE YOU
ELKIN LUMBER & MFG. CO.
"Everything- to Build Anything"
Phone 68 Elkin, N. C.
West Main Elkin "
THURSDAY, JULY 1—
"MEET THE MISSUS"
With Victor Moore—Helen Broderick
News Adm. 10c-25c
Friday-Saturday— Monday, July 5
Matinee and Night Matinee and Night
. Open 10:30 A. M.
■■ Jdßm A GRAND ROUND-UP OF NEW
Mr STARS, NEW SONGS;-NEW
Gene Autry Serial
On the Stage Monday, In Person
"THE PINE RIDGE RAMBLERS"
Just back from Hollywood where they appeared in Gene
Autry's latest picture "Yodeling Kid From Pine Ridge."
Stars of screen, stage and radio in a roundup of hill-billy
songs and mountain music.
NOTE: HOLIDAY SPECIAL—DOORS OPEN 10:30 A. M.—
CONTINUOUS SHOWING—ADMISSION 15c-35c.
With Grant Withers—Dorothy Appleby
Comedy Adm. 10c-25c
"SANTA FE BOUND" WITH TOM TYLER
Comedy Adm. 10c to All
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