Young People Enjoy Picnic at
A group of young people com
posed of Misses Carol and Made
line Martin, Louise, Lestine and
Grace Lawrence, Iris Collins, Edith
Willey and Carolyn Newman,
Frank Tulbert, Bill Pardue, Dan
Hudspeth, Ray Walker, Ralph
McCoin, Arvil and Ray Lawrence
and Roy Caudle, enjoyed a picnic
at Roaring Gap Thursday even
Following the delightful supv
per, they visited places of inter
est on the mountain.
Methodist Mission Circles to
The circles of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Meth
odist church will meet Monday
afternoon at 3:30 in the following
Circle number one will meet
with Mrs. W. M. Cundiff on
Bridge street; number two with
Mrs. H. P. Graham on Gwyn Ave
nue and number three with Mrs.
C. N. Bodenheimer on West Main
street, with Mrs. J. B. Parks as
sociate hostess. All members are
invited to attend.
Miss Grier is Hostess at Buffet
Supper Saturday Evening
Honoring her sister, Miss Fran
ces Grier and her guest, Miss
Catherine Bernard, both of Wins
ton-Salem, Miss Louise Grier was
hostess at a delightful buffet sup
per, at her home on Bridge street
Saturday evening. Summer flow
ers were effectively used through
out the home. Twelve couples en
joyed Miss Grier's hospitality.
Out-of-town guests were Miss
Carolyn Salmons, Jessie Bowen
and Lee Salmons, all of Winston-
Miss Frieda Dobbins Is Hostess
To Sunday School Class
The Ready Bible class of the
Sunday school of the First Bap
tist church met at the home of
Miss Frieda Dobbins on West
Main street Tuesday evening in
the regular business-social meet
The meeting opened with the
class song, followed by the scrip
ture reading. Routine business
and reports of the last month
featured the business session.
A tempting refreshment course
was served to the nine members
during a pleasant social hour.
Mrs. Allen is Hostess to Bridge
Mrs. Marion Allen delightfully
entertained members of her
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bridge club and sufficient guests
to complete two tables at a morn
ing party, followed by a luncheon
at one o'clock, Thursday at her
home on Church street.
Lovely garden flowers were
used throughout the home. At
the close of the progressions the
club award for high score went
to Mrs. Conrad Hock and the vis
itor's prize to Mrs. Errol Hayes.
A tempting and beautifully ap
pointed luncheon was served.
Guests in addition to the club
members were: Mesdames Fletch
er Harris and Errol Hayes and
Miss Bptty. Allen.
Baptist Circles To Meet
The circles of the Woman's
Missionary Union of the First
Baptist church will meet Monday
afternoon at 3:30 in the follow
The Emma Leechman circle
will meet with Mrs. J. H. Mark
ham on Church street with Mrs.
L. F. Walker associate hostess;
the Naomi Shell circle with Mrs.
C. R. West on West Main street
and the Neal Young circle with
Mrs. T. V. Cockerham in Chat
ham Park, with Mrs. Hodge asso
The Edith Adair circle will
meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
with Misses Blendon and Hazel
Byrd on Elk Spur street.
All members are invited to at
Misses Reardon and Ogburn Are
Honorees at Dance
Honoring Miss Catherine Rear
don of Washington, D. C., and
Miss Ella Ogburn of Winston-Sa
lem, houseguests of Mrs. H. C.
Graham, Miss Lesbia Graham and
Herbert Graham, Jr., entertain
ed at an enjoyable informal dance
at their home on Gwyn Avenue
The lower floor of the home
was thrown ensuite for the enter
tainment of the guests. Shasta
daisies, black-eyed Susans and
gladioli were used in the decora
Punch and wafers were served
during the evening.
The guest list included twenty
five couples of the high school
and college set.
Mesdames Hudgins and Booher
Are Hostesses at Parties
Two of the most elaborate and
widely attended social affairs of
the week were the bridge-lunch
eons given Thursday and Friday
by Mesdames R. M. Hudgins and
James Booher, at the home of
Mrs. Hudgins on Gwyn Avenue.
Each day twenty guests were in
vited. A patriotic motif of red,
white and blue was effectively
carried out. in the decorations.
Play begun each morning at 10
o'clock and a tempting luncheon
was served at one o'clock. Prizes
on Thursday went to Mrs. Edwin
Harris for high score and Mrs. Le-
Roy Campbell for runner-up and
on Friday Mrs. Archie Lanier won
the high score trophy and the
runner-up prize went to Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Brannon Are Hon
ored at Party
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Brannon, who were recently mar
ried, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young en
tertained at an enjoyable party
at their home on Elk Spur street
Thursday evening. Rummy was
played at two tables. The high
score award went to Mr. and Mrs.
Brannon and they were also pre
sented a lovely guest of honor
Colorful summer flowers were
used in the decorations of the
Guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
Brannon, Mr. and Mrs. DeLos
Underwood, Miss Mae Young,
Miss Lucille Dorsett, Byron Bry
an and James Young.
' A salad course was served late
in the. evening.
Mrs. Bryan Entertains Bridge
Club at Roaring Gap
Mrs. A. O. Bryan entertained
members of the Two-Four Bridge
Club at a delightful meeting at
her summer home at Roaring Gap
Thursday. Only club members and
one additional guest, Mrs. Thom
as Roth, enjoyed Mrs. Bryan's
Luncheon was served at one
o'clock and during the afternoon
bridge was played at two tables.
The club award for high score
went to Mrs. C. L. Haywood, Jr.,
at the conclusion of the play.
Those making up the tables
were: Mrs. E. S. Spainhour, Miss
Maude Greenwood, Mrs. C. L.
Haywood, Jr., Mrs. Ruohs Pyron,
Mrs. Paul Gwyn, Mrs. E. C. Grier,
Mrs. Thomas Roth, and Mrs. Bry
Luther Parks is Host at Party
Luther Parks was host at an
enjoyable party at his, home near
ELkin Saturday evening. Miscel
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laneous games were
throughout the evening.
When the games were com
pleted the guests were invited into
the dining room where they were
served an ice course with cake.
Garden flowers were used in the
decorations of the reception
The guest list included Misses
Edna Wall, Vivian Pardue, Helen
Couch, Pauline Mitten, Ruby Syd-
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■■■■■WHMii WHERE ELKIN SHOPS AND SAVES HHS
ney, Annie Pearl Gentry, Eula
and Elerice Caudle, Fanzie and
Iris Key, Catherine Greenwood,
Stella and Alice Mounce and Ar
thur and Gilbert Felts, Andy,
Morgan and Wade Greenwood,
Dewey Lawrence, Paul and Edd
Mounce and Roger Wellborn.
Mrs, Speer Entertains at Boon
Mrs. A. P. Speer delightfully
entertained at her home at Boon
ville Tuesday afternoon, June 29,
honoring Miss Martha Pearl
Shore, bride-elect, who was mar
ried to J. Ben Martin, formerly of
East Bend, now of Knoxville,
Tenn., Saturday, July 3, at the
home of the bride in Boonville.
The home was beautifully dec
orated with mixed garden flowers.
Tables were arranged for bingo,
prizes being presented for high
score. The feature of the after
noon was a huge basket decorat
ed in green and white filled with
lovely miscellaneous gifts which
was presented to Miss Shore, af
ter which the guests were invited
into the dining room where the
bride-elect cut the cake. A delic
ious ice course was served with
nuts and punch, carrying out the
color scheme of green and white.
Mrs. Speer was assisted in serving
by Mrs. Herbert L. Hall and Mrs.
G. N. Dobbins.
Guests enjoying the hospitality
of Mrs. Speer were Miss Martha
Shore, the honoree (now Mrs.
Martin), Mrs. J. Wade Shore,
Misses Elizabeth Shore, Grace
Hayes, Cornelia Speas, Mary
Speer, Katherine Jones. Out of
town guests were Miss Elizabeth
Do well, of Franklin, N. C.; Miss
es Thelma, Velma, Kate, and Nora
Shore, Mrs. Kate Mackie Way
nick, Mrs. George Crater and Miss
Peep Zachary of Yadkinville, Mrs.
Hobart Hall, of East Bend; Miss
Ethel Shore and Mrs. G. N. Dob
bins of Winston-Salem, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. German Gentry
and Miss Ethel Gentry of Elkin,
and Mrs. Dallas Wellborn of
Winston-Salem, are spending sev
era ldays at Fairview, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Gentry.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chappell
and little daughter, Bonnie, were
the guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Patton of Jonesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Greenwood
of North Wilkesboro, spent the
week-end here the guests of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jim White and son, Royland, of
Thomasville, were the Sunday
guests of friends and relatives
Roy McCollum of near Center,
underwent an appendicitis opera
tion at Hugh Chatham hospital,
Balloon Jumping ]
HOLLYWOOD. Calit ... A new
way to keep that girlish figure.
Qas filled balloons tied around,
each wrtot and ankle helps lift
one into the air.
Elkin, Sunday. He is improving
nicely, his friends will be glad to
Miss Marion Sneed, Billy Roy
Harrell and Richard Sneed, all of
Winston-Salem, are spending sev
eral days here with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Burton and
Thursday, July 8, 1937
family visited Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Burton at Union Cross Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hampton and
Robert Sprinkle of Fairview, mo
tored to Blowing Rock Sunday.
Rev. A. B. Hayes will preach at
Union Cross next Sunday at 11
o'clock and Saturday evening at
7:30. The public is invited to at
tend. " 1
Misses Thelma Dodson and
Delia Anthony visited friends in
North Wilkesboro last week.
Friends of Miss Lydia Jane
Sneed will be glad to know that
she is improving from an illness
that has kept her confined to her
home for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Carter of
State Road, were here a short
time Sunday, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Hampton.
Shepard Dobbins, who has been
ill for sometime in a Mount Airy
hosital, is improving, his friends
will be glad to know.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallis Burton and
family of High Point, were the
week-end guests of friends here.
Mrs. W. I. White of Union
Cross, had the misfortune of
breaking her arm Monday, when
she fell from a moving car.
Mrs. W. L. Cockerham will
conduct prayer service at Little
Richmond Baptist church Sunday
evening at 7:30. The public is
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