Thursday. July 8, 1937
News of Jonesvilie
Mrs. Gurney Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W
Mr. Phillip Wilkins spent the
Fourth and Monday in Boone
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown
and Miss Elizabeth Brown, of
Warren, Ind., left Wednesday
morning for their home after vis
iting relatives here for a few
weeks. Mr. T. P. Brown, of Boon
ville, will accompany them home
to spend a month with their
father and his son, Mr. Foster
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Chipman
and children visited Mrs. J. W.
Arnold on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
Arnold accompanied them home
and they spent Monday in John
son City and other points in
Mr. Thomas Swaim and daugh
ter, Ora Bell and Mr. and Mrs.
"Buck" Ashley, of Durham, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Macemore.
Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Smith and
family visited friends at Todd last
Rev. D. G. Reece filled the pul
pit? at Richmond Hill last Sunday
for the pastor, Rev. Ellis Norman.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wagoner
and son, Leo, visited Mrs. Wag
oner's sister, Mrs. T. L. Harding
and Mr. Harding of Cana, on Sun
Mrs. J. W. Brown and son,
Bonnie and daughter, Dixie and
Mr. C. L. Kerley attended" the
funeral of Mrs. Brown's niece,
Mrs. Jack Kitchen tit Durham
last Thursday. Mrs. Kitchen was
formerly Miss Mozell Vestal.
Miss Anne Castevens, of Cycle,
is spending this week with Made
Miss Ruth and little Miss Nan
cy Ann Mayberry returned home
Monday evening after a week's
visit with relatives. They were ac
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Thursday, July 8
10:00 A. M.
Sunset Park, West Elkin
2:00 P. M.
Small Farm Sale On Highway 21
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companied home by little Miss
Betty Joe Apperson, who will vis
it relatives here for an indefinite
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Castevens
and sons, Kenneth and Elton and
Miss Dessie Reeves motored to
Martinsville and other points in
Virginia on a pleasure trip last
Mrs. W. I. Shugart had as her
guests, her brother, Gray Hamp
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Smith of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Smith
will visit with Mrs. Shugart for
about two weeks. Mrs. Smith was
formerly Miss Elizabeth Hamp
Misses Carrie Taylor and Ha
zel Brandon and Messrs. Walter
Vestal and Gorrel Prim spent
Monday in Asheville.
Mr. Harvey Groce was able to
return to his home fr?m Hugh
Chatham Hospital on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bent Martin and
sons, spent Monday in Winston-
Salem, visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Otis Felts and Mr. Felts.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Felts and
son, Jimmie, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Freil Flynn at Ronda, over the
• Misses Madelyn Thompson,
Mary Elizabeth and Mildred In
gram, Mrs. Bill Triplett of Rocky
Mount and Miss Daisy Ingram of
Taylorsville, spent the week-end
at Brown Mountain Beach, near
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of
Marion, were here the first of the
week visiting friends. Mr. Kelley
was formerly a pastor of Holiness
Mr. and Mrs. John Kimmer, of
Winston-Salem, were the guests
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Miss Sara Harris of Winston-
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WASHINGTON, D. C Charles
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member of the special Board of
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Salem, is spending this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyre
Miss Eva Adams spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Adams of Ronda.
Mrs. Ode Travis and son, Dan
ny, of West Jefferson, are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gilliam, Jr.
are the proud parents of a baby
girl, born on Sunday, July 4.
Mrs. Maggie Holcomb, of Cen
ter, spent the week-end here with
her brother, Mr. J. M. Holcomb
and Mrs. Holcomb.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lineberry
and daughters, Lorraine, Virginia,
Cornelia and Jean and Aleine
Holcomb spent Sunday afternoon
in the home of Mr. Aaron Speer
and Mr. John Mock of Boonville.
Miss Sara Mae Renegar enter
ed Hugh Chatham Hospital on
Saturday evening and underwent
an appendicitis operation. Her
many friends wish her a speedy
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mcßride
and son, Billy, attended the birth
day dinner given for Mrs. Mc-
Bride's uncle, Mr. Lonnie Stroud
at Wilkesboro last Sunday.
Mrs. P. L. Smith and children,
Dewey and Doris and Mrs. E. P.
Dye attended the annual home
coming at Reidsville last Sunday.
Miss Erlene Mayberry of Wins
ton-Salem, was the guest of Mrs.
M. M. Mayberry on Monday night.
Little Miss Doris Shugart is
visiting relatives at Yadkinville
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reece and
son, Mack and Reece Shugart
spent Sunday and Monday in
Washington, D. C. visiting their
son, Kemp Reece, who is attend
ing the Boy Scouts Jamboree up
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Carson of
Charlotte, Mrs. W. C. Gentry and
Mrs. W. L. Hudspeth of Brooks
Cross Roads visited their sister
ant', daughter, Mrs. G. S. Wagoner
and Mr. Wagoner on Monday
Misses Lexie Cummings and
Margaret Lyons spent the week
end in Sparta with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cum
Mr. Leroy Martin, of Raleigh
visited his sister, Mrs. J. A. Paris
and Mr. Paris on Sunday.
Mr. John Weaver of Statesville,
spent the week-end with Mrs.
Weaver and son, Jack Ray Weav
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mcßride and
Mr. D. D. Mcßride of Winston-
Salem, spent Sunday here with
Mrs. W. V. Holcomb had as her
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Co
mer, Mr. J. C. Phelps and son,
] Lawrence, of Independence, Va.
and they were accompanied by
their sister, Mrs. W. E. Macy, who
had been their guest for two weeks
All the troops of the Oirl Scouts
left Monday for a camping trip at
Williams Park this week with
their scout leader, Mrs. Ivory
Johnson and Miss Bertha Adams.
Mrs. Roy Burgess of Mayodan
was the guest of Mrs. R. E. Pelts
Mr. and Mrs. Thedd Vestal an
nounce the birth of twin boys on
Sunday, July 4, 1937.
Miss Sudie Finney, of States
ville spent last Wednesday with
her sister, Mrs. Margie Eskera^e.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan,
of Winston-Salem, were the guests
of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mag
Mr. Joe Gilliam spent the
week-end at Port Bragg.
Mrs. Leuna Slattery, of Wash
- ington, i spent the Fourth and
. Monday with her mother, Mrs. J.
P. Phillips and daughters, Helen
and Betty Jean Slattery of Arl
e Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Smith and
*• family spent Monday at Walnut
l - Cove visiting his parents, Mr. and
- Mrs. C. F. Smith.
g Mr. and Mrs. Vance Anthony
!. and their granddaughter, Mildred
Anthony, of Hamptonville, visited
•. the latter's brother and wife, Mr.
y and Mrs. Max Anthony.
Rose Marlowe Circle Meets
The Rose Marlowe Circle of the
j W. M. U. met with Mrs. Hugh
Holcomb and Miss Emma Eller as
joint hostesses. After a short bus
iness session, Mrs. Will Holcomb
g led an interesting program on
j "The American Negro." Those as
r sisting Mrs. Holcomb were Miss
es Emma Eller, Doris Thompson,
J Hazel Phillips and Mrs. Jim Chap
l pel and Mrs. D. R. Castevens. At
t the conclusion delicious water
r melon was served the 13 members
[ Pvt. T. W. Burch, with the U.
S. Marine Corps, stationed at
' Quantico, Va., spent the Fourth
of July Holidays here with his
mother, Mrs. Ila D. Burch and ;
Mr. and Mrs. Thedford Sprin
kle of Dobson were here Sunday
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J..W.
Miss Lorita Jenkins, of State
Road, spent a few days here last |
week. She was accompanied
home by Miss Edna Jenkins, who '
spent the week-end there.
Mr. W. C. Martin of High
Point, spent several days here last
week with Mr. L. White.
Mrs. J. O. Foy of Stokesdale,
visited home folks here last week.
Grady Jenkins with the Grey
hound Bus Co. was here a short
H. V. Burch of Bristol, Tenn.,
visited relatives here the first of
Tommy Chandler spent Sunday
in Virginia with relatives.
Mr. Grady Wilson of High Point
was a recent visitor here.
Mrs. Vance Burch spent a few
days in Asheville, N. C„ last week
with her son, E. J. Burch and
family. She was accompanied by
Miss Sue Burch of Greensboro, j
who spent her vacation here. :
Miss Burch returned to Greens- !
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. White had
as week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Reid Evans and Mr. and Mrs.
Marcus Chandler, of High Point,
also Mr. Raymond White and
family of Crutchfield.
Mrs. J. W. Martin attended the
Shore-Martin wedding at Boon
ville Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hill and
children visited Mrs. Hill's moth
er, Mrs. Flinchum, near Pilot
Miss Marene McCoin, Mrs. Les
ter sloop and children of the
Friendship section have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit
Corder the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilmoth
of Elkin were among the holiday I
Mr. and Mrs. U. V. Burch spent
Sunday at Mountain Park with
Mr. Paul Burch and family.
R. A. Jenkins returned to Wins- !
ton-Salem the first of the week,
after spending the Fourth here
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Corder spent
Sunday In the Fairview section.
Mrs. Luther Greenwood of the
Friendship section was here a day
or two last* week.
Mr. Lynn Coffey of Roanoke,
Va. and Mr. Woodrow Martin of
East Bend were Sunday visitors
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moser of |
Mocksville, were the week-end
guests of Mrs. Moser's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Phillips.
Mrs. Julia Corder, son and j
daughter, Emmit and Manda, of
High Point, are spending their
vacation here with relatives. Mrs.
Corder's children gave her a
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Pictured above is Captain M. E.
Hicks, said to be one of the
world's greatest marksmen, who
will give an exhibition of shoot
ing here at Hinshaw Cash Hard
ware Co., Saturday afternoon at
4 p. m. In addition to making a
number of remarkable difficult
shots with rifle, revolver and
shotgun, Captain Hicks will also
lecture on practical and safe
methods of using firearms. The
exhibition will be free of charge
and the public 19 invited to be
birthday dinner at Mr. Charlie
White's home Sunday.
The revival meeting will begin
at'Fairview Baptist church Sun
day night, July 25, 1937, with
Rev. H. M. Boyd from Waynes
burg,. Ky. assisting again this
year. We are expecting a great
Mrs. Nannie Rumbley, Mr. and
Mrs. Avery Cavnest and family
of Greensboro, were visiting rela
tives and friends here Sunday.
Mrs. W. L. Alberty, who has
been taking treatments at the
Martin Memorial Hospital, is im
proving her friends will be glad
"I'll bet a coat of tan would be
becoming to you, girlie."
"Oh, thanks, you darling boy,
but I'd rather have ermine."
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