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Thar'day, July 1 5 »g?
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• Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Darnell
spent Sunday in Stuart and Critz,
Virginia, visiting friends.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kermit
Corder at Rusk, June 26, a daugh
ter, Katie Emalene.
Fletcher Harris left Sunday for
Columbia, South Carolina, for a
week's visit to Flake Harkrader.
Miss Harvison Smith is spend
ing several weeks in Washington,
D. C., the guest of Miss Nancy
Messrs. John H. White and Will
Osborne of New York City spent
a few days in this section last
Mrs. Ila D. Burch of Rusk was
among the 1000 contestants who
tied in the Old Gold cigarette
Mr. and Mrs. David Gough left
Monday for a two weeks business
and pleasure trip/ to points in Vir
Mrs. Nora Martin Stewart and
son of Sparta, spent last week
here with her parents, Mr. dnd
and Mrs. J. C. Martin.
Miss Roette Cockerham left
Monday for Statesville, where she
will take a course in beauty cul
ture at McConnell's school.
Miss Mary Masten of Winston-
Salem is here for an idefinite vis
it with Miss Maude Masten at her
home on Elk Spur street.
Mrs. J. I. Cockerham and
daughter, Mrs. Juanita Cocker
ham Carter, spent the week-end
in Dry Fork and Danville, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Edworth Harris
and son, Bobby, are spending a
week's vacation in Ashevllle, and
other places of interest in west
ern North Carolina.
Mrs. E. B. Lawrence and daugh
ers, Misses Edwina and Virginia,
are expected to return today from
Myrtle Beach, S. C. where they
have been spending several days.
Mr. and Mrs. - Howard Pharr
and baby of Wilkesboro, were the
week-end guests of Mrs. Pharr's
father, C. H. Davis, at his home
on Elk Spur street.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Church and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Price and chil
dren, spent Sunday in North Wil
kesboro, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. N. S- Forester, Jr.
Rich Atkinson of Mars Hill,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Atkin
son, at their home on West Main
Miss Sarah Kelley Lillard left
Thursday for a visit of several
days to Lansdale, Pa., and Wal
dorf, Maryland, where she will
be the guest of friends.
Miss Lillian Miller returned to
her home in Winston-Salem Sat
urday, following a visit of several
days to Miss Ruth Akinson, at her
home on West Main street.
If You Need-
Or Any Kind of
EUan, N. C.
Mrs. R. W. Davis had as her
guests for several days last week
her sister, Mrs. O. B. McClam
roch and little daughters, Norma
Jean and Sylvia, of Salisbury.
Charles Marshall Colhard is
spending sometime in Thaxton,
Virginia, the guest of his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mar
Mrs. Conrad Hock and children,
Constance, Mildred and Jimmy,
returned Sunday from a week's
visit to Mr. Hock's mother, Mrs.
Henry Hock, in Roanoke, Virginia.
Thomas Phillips and Fred Col
hard spent Sunday in Marion,
Virginia, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Clay Church, the latter a
sister of Mr. Phillips.
Mrs. S. K. Harkrader of Dobson
is spending this week here the
guest of her granddaughter, Mrs.
Fletcher Harris, at her home on
West Main Street.
Mrs. Hugh Parks and Miss Sar
ah Click left Tuesday for a visit
of a week or ten days to the for
mer's mother, Mrs. J. P. Gwyn, in
Miss Nell Wood has returned
to her home in Savannah, Geor
gia, following a visit to Mrs. J.
H. Beeson, at her home on West
Mrs. H. C. Salmons and chil
dren, Dorothy Jean and Joe, re
turned Monday from a vacation
trip to Myrtle Beach, South Car
Mr. and Mrs. John White of
Lexington, Kentucky, were the
guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Spainhour, at their home on
West Main street.
Miss Florence Eldridge of the
Sydnor-Spainhour company, will
leave Monday for Atlanta, where
she will spend several days at
tending to business matters.
Mrs. George Pauls spent the
week-end at Myrtle Beach, South
Carolina, with Mr. Pauls. She was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Tsumas of Statesville.
Mrs. J. C. Gilliam and daughter,
Miss Pauline, and her brother C.
C. Triplett, attended the funeral
of Mrs. Gilliam's brother-in-law,
S. D. Messick, in Winston-Salem,
Miss Grace Lee Robinson, su
perintendent of nurses at Hugh
Chatham hospital* left Tuesday
for Gerton, where she will spend
several days with her family.
Mis»- Ann Grant has resigned
from the staff of nurses at Hugh
Chatham hospital and left Sat
urday ior her home in Taylors
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lillard of
Knoxville, Tenn., and Mrs. James
H. Townsend of Red Springs, are
the guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Lillard at their home
on Gwyn Avenue.
THIT I _ _ L 1 ELK - m m
spent iaat week in Durham, the
guests of Mrs, Z. A. Rochelle. ?
Miss Bmalene Neaves and Molr
Hall spent the week-end at Myrtle
Beach, S. C„ with Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Carter, Miss Janie Hall
and Sam Atkinson, who spent last
week there. They all returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hunt and
children, Charlotte and Hadley,
of Pleasant Garden, were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Royall, at their home on
West Main street.
Miss Sue Burch of Greensboro
who 4s spending a two weeks' va
cation at-Rusk with home-folks,
spent a few days in Bristol, Tenn.
last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Mrs. L. E. Aldridge and child
ren, Eugene, Maxine and Dale,
returned Monday from a visit of
several days to relatives in
Greensboro, High Point and Guil
Mrs. W. G. Miller, Miss Lillian
Miller, Mrs. James Strader and
Joe Miller, all of Winston-Salem,
were the guests Wednesday of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkinson, at
their home on West Main street.
Miss Ella Ogburn of Winston-
Salem and Miss Catherine Rear
don of Washington, D. C., are the
guests this week of Mrs. H. C.
Graham, at her home on Terrace
Luther Reeves of Visalia, Cali
fornia, is spending sometime here
with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris
and Mrs. R. G. Franklin, and his
sister, Mrs. W. E. Sale at her home
near Ronda. Mr. Reeves is a na
tive of North Carolina.
Mrs. J. R. Poindexter left
Wednesday for Roanoke, Va., to be
with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Kinzer,
who is quite ill. Friends of Mrs.
Poindexter will be glad to know
that slight improvement is noted
in Mrs. Kinzer's condition.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prentice of
Marine City, Mich., and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Pierce of Crumpler, N.
C., were the guests Tuesday and
Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Neaves, at their home on Church
Misses Betty Harris and Flora
Royall spent the week-end in
Boone, the guests of Misses Zell
Harris of Roaring River and Be
atrice Holbrook of Traphill, sum
mer school students at Appa
lachian State Teachers College.
Mrs. R. B. Harrell and her
guest, Mrs. F. T. Davis, of Wash
ington, D. C.. were the luncheon
guests Monday of Mrs. Harrell's
sister, Mrs. Mable Doughton Da
vis of High Point, who is spend
ing sometime in Sparta.
Attorneys from here attending
the Bar Association meeting of
the old eleventh district at Gray
stone Inn, Roaring Gap, Satur
day were: Earl C. 'James, W. M.
Allen, H. H. Barker, Ottis J. Rey
nolds and Parks G. Hampton.
Mrs. N. Glenn Williams and
Vance, Nickey and Joe Williams,
all of Winston-Salem, were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
B. Holcomb, at their home on
West Main street. Mrs. Williams
is an aunt of Mrs. Holcomb.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Myers of
this city, accompanied by Mrs. E.
J. C. Myers and daughter, Dorot
thy, and Lee and Frank Myers
and Hubert Hinson of Hampton
ville, spent the week-end at Myr
tle Beach and Dillon, South Car
Mrs. Mae Bodenheimer Green
wood of Winston-Salem spent the
week-end here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bodenheimer
on Elk Spur street. She was ac
companied by Miss Prances Grier,
who 'visited her mother, Mrs. E.
Mrs. E. E. Harris of this city,
accompanied by her brother,
Johnny Alexander and his son,
Herbert, of Abshers, left Monday
for a visit of six weeks in Du-
Boise, Idaho. They will also visit
in California. They made the
trip by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. James and
sons and Mrs. J. W. Thurman
spent Sunday in Mount Airy, Ga
lax, Independence and Sparta.
They were accompanied home by
Mr. James* mother, Mrs. C. P.
James, of Mount Airy, who will
be their guest for sometime.
Dr. Ethel Abernethy left Wed
nesday tor Chicago, HI., where
she will do research work this
summer at the University of Chi
cago. Dr. Abernethy, a member
of the faculty of Queens-Ch}cora
College, Charlotte, is a daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Abernethy
of this city.
Friends of Mrs. H. P. Laffoon
will regret to know that she sus
tained a broken arm in a fall in
the backyard at her home on
Church street Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Laffoon slipped on a wet
board following a rain. Only one
bone of the right arm was frac
tured in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Payne and
son, McDonald Payne, of Wash
ington, D. C., spent the week-end
here with Mr. and Mrs. Bryte
Burglss, the latter their daughter.
They left Tuesday for Washing
ton and were accompanied by
Mr. and Mlrs. Burgiits, who will
make their home in Washington.
last week-end to Galax, Va„ the
guests of Mr., and Mrs. W. A. Al
derman and Mi - , and Mrs. Clar
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Allen and
Miss Betty Allen spent Friday In
Greensboro and High Point, where
Mr. Allen attended to business
matters. They were accompan
ied home by little Miss Npll Flem
ing Siceloff of High Point, whd
was the guest of Cynthia Allen
Mrs. Errol Hayes and Mrs, E.
C. James will attend a party to
day in Winston-Salem given by
Mrs. Norris Young to honor Mrs.
Rex Bishop, who before her re
cent marriage was Miss Fern
Young. Mrs. Bishop has frequently
visited her aunt, Mrs. W. W.
Major F. T. Davis, Mrs. Davis
and daughter, Sarah, returned to
their home In Washington, D. C.
Wednesday, following a visit of a
week to Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Har
rell, at their home on West Main
street. Major Davis is stationed at
Walter Reed Hospital, Washing
Mrs. N. A. Melton and daugh
ter, Miss Alice-Melton of Hender
sonville, Mrs. W. E. Woodruff and
Misses Lillian Johnson and Lor
etta Woodruff and Mrs. W. A.
Jackson of Mount Airy, returned
to their respective homes Tues
day, following a visit to Mrs. W. I.
Shugart, at her home in Jones
Mrs. Edwin Harris and children,
Anne and Abe, returned Sunday
from Roanoke, Virginia, where
they spent two weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Anh
fieldt They were accompanied
home by Miss Betty Armfield,
who will spend sometime with
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. W. E. Paul,
the latter her grandmother.
Mrs. E. C. James and Mrs. C.
N. Meyers attended the Baptist
W. M. U. meeting of the Brushy
Mountain Association at North
Wilkesboro Friday of last week.
Mrs. James was one of the speak
ers for the meeting. They were
accompanied by Mr. James, who
attended to business matters iij
Mrs. P. M. Greene will leave
Monday for Wellsley, M»6S., to
attend the wedding of her son,
Nathaniel B. Greene, to Miss Jane
Williams, which will be solemniz
ed in a church ceremony July
tenth. Miss Williams and Mr.
Greene are both known here
where they visited during the
Christmas holidays. Mrs. Greene
will remain in New England for
Rev. and Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt
attended the funeral of Dr. E. M.
Poteat at the First Baptist church
In Greenville, S. C., Monday. Dr.
Poteat, a former president of
Furman University, died at Duke
Hospital, Durham, Friday. They
were accompanied home by Mrs.
Whisenhunt's sister, Miss Sadie
Miller Lawton, who is a medical
student at the University of Tex
as, Dallas, Texas, who will be
their guest for several days.
WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hospit
al during the past week: Mrs. R.
L. Hickerson, Ronda; Colin
Couch, Elkin; Thomas Stone,
Boonville; Joe Transou, Elkin;
Dan Gross, Jonesville; Marlon
Gross, Jonesville; Mrs. Grace
Bell, Elkin; Eugene Chappell, El
kin; Mrs. Edna Sparks, Elkin;
Reece Morris, Mountain Park;
John Hudspeth, Elkin; Mrs. Bes
sie Gilliam, Elkin; Harold Will
iams, Drexel; Mrs. Sabra Bailey,
Andrews; Escar Coe, Dobson;
Mrs. W. E. Maxwell, Sparta; Ros
coe Buelin, Jonesville; Clifton
Prevette, Roaring River.
Patients dismissed during the
week were; Marjorie Cheek, State
Road: Mrs. Robert Eldson, Har
mony; Worth Church, Elkin; Ola
Bryant, Jonesville; Mrs. Nellie
Reynolds, Yadklnville; Mrs. Ma
mie Mcßrlde, Elkin; Annie Lou
ise Bennett, Sparta; Alma Calla
han, Dobson; Eve Lee Wagoner,
Ronda; Mrs. Pearl Eliot, Smith
port; Walter Lee Dixon, Strat
ford; Mack Dowell, Sparta; Mrs.
Fannie Hanes, Jonesville; Joe
Transou, Elkin; Don Gross, Jones
ville; Marion Grove, Jonesville;
Mrs. Jane Joynes, Stratford; John
Hudspeth, Elkin; Eugene Chap
pell, Elkin; Mrs. Mary Boles,
Jonesville; Mrs. Lillie Martin,
CHATHAM PLANT IS
DAMAGED BY STORM
The "old mill," scouring plant
of the Chatham Manufacturing
Co., here was extensively damag
ed last Friday night during a
heavy rain, wind and electrical
storm, when lightning struck the
roof of the building. Other dam
age was caused by wind and rain.
In addition to the damage to
the building, further damage oc
curred when a large amount of
wool stored in the building was
soaked by the downpour. '
The storm was the worst of the
season, being accompanied In
some sections by hall.
Mr, Roderick'Reece of Boon
vllle, and Mr. William Craft of
Lewlsvllle, N. C., spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reece.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pardue
and children, Donald Dean and
Jimmie, were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Pardue Sunday.
Mr. Joe Brandon will leave
Saturday for Norwood, N. C.,
where he will visit Mr. Ralph
Miss Mardell Wall spent the
past week-end at Pleasant Hill,
with sister, Mrs. Joseph Dar
Miss Alma Reece left Wednes
day for her home to San Bernar
dina, California. She was ac
companied to Winston-Salem by
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reece and
Kemp Reece is attending the
Boy Scout Jamboree in Washing
ton. He was accompanied as far
as Winston-Salem by Joe Bran
The Women's Study Club of the
Arlington Baptist church will
hold its monthly meeting July 2,
at the home of Mrs. Carl Rose.
Little Miss Peggy Long spent
the past week in Winston-Salem.
-Mattie Mae Powell
Building & Loan Office
1 Main Street
Tailoring Dress M.w ßf
AO Kinds of Sewing
Mrs. C. W. Laffoon
West Main St. Phone 111-S
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CAWteloupk^MCH 1 i5 c
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wall and
children were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Wall Sunday.
The many friends of Mrs. Wade
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