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JKDB.J. ROSSLYN EARP
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We may have forgotten our di
aper days yet we have all been
through the statge of learning to
control certain muscles which we
could not control in our infancy.
Some children learn slowly. Whfen
they have difficulty in learning
the problem is usually one of
mental hygiene. Some specialists
would say it is always a question
of mental hygiene and perhaps
they? are right. It must be admit
ted, however, that in a few cases
the habit of bed wetting can be
much more quickly broken after
some physical source of irritation
like threadworms for instance, has
In these days when toddlers are
taken regularly to the doctor, or
at least visit the preschool clinic,
we may suppose that such physi
cal troubles have all been proper
ly treated and we are faced only
with a problem of education.
Do not try ridicule; it will prob
ably make the child worse. The
youngster needs encouragement,
he needs self-confidence. Punish
ment will do no good; rewards are
Give a child a calendar to keep
beside his bed and let him mark
with a red pencil every date that
celebrates a dry night. If he is £OO
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ELKIN, N. C.
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young to read the figures give
him just as much help as he needs
to keep the record but no more.
When he shows you the red mark
naturally you will be pleased. Re
member it is his battle and he is
winning it himself.
In a few weeks it should be
plain for all to see that he is win
ning it. If not you had better ask
help from the doctor. It is not im
probable that he will want to
treat father or mother before he
can treat the child.
ARE TO HOLD 9TH
The ninth annual B. T. U.
meeting of the Yadkin Association
will meet with the Shady Grove
church Sunday afternoon. The
meeting will convene at 2 P. M.
Those appearing on the program
are Mrs. E. C. James, Rev. J. P.
Davis, G. D. Hudler, Sidney
Jones and Miss Carrie Taylor.
Mrs. G. S. Wagoner will lead a
sword drill which will be present
ed during the meeting.
Reports of committees and elec
tion of officers will feature the
business session, which will be
held just prior to adjournment.
Read Tribune Advertisements!
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
l| WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hospi
tal during the past week:
Mrs. Marjorie Walker, Elkin;
Mrs. Lottie Brown, Jonesville;
Flossie Porter, Todd; Jim Brown,
Cana; Mrs. Annie Gray, Elkin;
Wadie Hemric, Elkin; Van Dil
lon, Jr., Elkin; John Cockerham,
Jonesville; Raymond Vestal, El
kin; Ralph Carter, State Road;
Mrs. Virginia Lyons, Elkin; Vance
Davis, Boonville; Carl Hinson, Al
bemarle; Edworth , Sprinkle, Jon
esville; Mrs. Irene Clonch, jones
ville; Mrs. Louzena Wellborti,
Patients dismissed from the
hospital during the week were:
C. R. Cleek, Gate City, Va.; Mrs.
Lillie Badgett, Mount Airy: Mrs.
Ella Sparks, Elkin; Colin Couch,
Elkin; Mrs. Bessie Gilliam, Elkin;
Harold Williams, Drexel; Mrs.
Etta Wagoner, Elkin;; Mrs. Edna
Gilliam, Elkin; Woodrow Well
born, Jonesville; Mrs. Noah Dar
nell, Elkin; Billy Pardue, Jones
ville; William Cooper, Doughton:
Mrs. Annie Gray, Elkin; Mrs.
Mary Gladys Gentry, Benham.
"Tell mfe, sir. Who was braver
than Lancelot, wiser than So
crates, more honest than Lincoln,
wittier than Mark Twain, and
handsome than Apollo?"
"My wife's first husband."
v "Do you love me, darling?"
"Of course I do, Herbert."
"Herbert! My name's Albert!"
"Why so it is. I keep thinking
this is Monday."
NEWS FROM THE
Dobson, July 12. —The Primitive
Baptist Fish River Association
was held at Mitchell's River
church last Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. A large crowd was in
attendance each day. Quite a
number from the eastern part of
the county passed through Dob
son enroute to attend.
The July term of Superior
court of Surry County convenes
today for a two weeks term for
trial of civil cases only. Judge
Don Phillips presiding. There are
probably more cases on the cal
endar, than will be reached for
Since the Ist of July the wel
fare office has been crowded with
old people filing application for
relief under the Social Service
Act. 65 years of age is the min
imum. Many of them appear to
be worthy and needy, as investi
gation will perhaps show. This
will be a great benefit to those
who are aged and bent with many
summers and unable to work.
Miss Eva Hancock, cashier of
Surry County Loan and Trust
Company, left Sunday, going to
Chapel Hill to attend a bankers
conference, convening today to
be held all the week. Miss Han
cock and one other lady compose
the lady attendance from the
state. A large number of bank
ers throughout the state are ex
pected to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Blalock of
Cary, spent the week-end with
the family of S. R. Coalson.
Mrs. Fletcher Harris and baby,
Elise spent Sunday at the Ken
lin Inn, leaving in the afternoon
for Roanoke, Va., where they will
spend a week visiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hardrader.
Miss Emma Comer, Mr. Joe
Comer, Mrs. W. M. McCraw and
children, Mary Ruth and Mildred,
spent last Tuesday in Raleigh
with Misses Julia and Mazie Co
mer, and taking in the most in
teresting places at the state cap
itol. They were accompanied as
far as Chapel Hill, by Mrs. W. L.
Reece and Marianne Mock who
spent the day with Mrs. Emma
Mock and Miss Edythe Reece who
are studying at Chapel Hill dur
ing the summer school sessions.
They made a brief visit to Mrs.
Z. A. Rochelle and the beautiful
chapel at Duke, of which the
wonderful pipe organ music lures
many a passerby daily. The party
returned to Dobson in late even
ing, after a most pleasant outing.
A force of employees, under the
WPA, are now at work at the
court house, beginning the mod
ern Indexing of'the public records
in the office of Register of Deeds
and Clerk of Court, which has
been greatly needed for a num
ber of years.
Rev. O. H. Hauser filled his
regular appointment at the Bap
tist church Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Polger
of Elkin were in town Sunday af
ternoon visiting among kindred
Mrs. George Key of near Mt.
Airy, spent the week-end with the
family of W. S. Comer.
Mr. N. J. Martin of Salem Fork
has recovered sufficiently from
his recent operation at the Mt.
Airy Hospital to return to his
W. E. Reid. a prosperous and
successful merchant of Dobson is
building a large addition to his
already spacious store building.
,Mr. Quesenbury, who will be
the agriculture teacher at the
Dobson high school for next year,
has moved to Dobson and is
ready for his duties. For the
present he and Mrs. Quesenbury
occupy rooms at the W. E. Reid
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Booker and
children, of Greensboro, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Thore of Rock
ford, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mrs. Brooks, nurse for Mrs.
Lou Reid, returned Saturday from
Lenoir, where she spent two
TO HOLD MEETING
Will Meet With Yadkin Val
ley Church in
MEET JULY 20 AND 21
The annual meeting of the
Yadkin Baptist Association will
convene at Yadkin Valley Bap
tist church, near Farmjngton, Da
vie county, on Tuesday July 20,
for a two-day session.
An interesting program for the
two day association has been ar
ranged and is as follows:
9:45, Praise and Worship, Rev.
D. C. Clanton; 10:00, Enrollment
of Messengers; 10:10 Election of
Officers; 10:25, Sunday Schools,
Rev. M. F. Reavis; B. T. U., Miss
Virginia Ann Craver; W. M. U.,
Miss Bertha Adams; Address,
Mrs. H. C. Craver; 11:45, Music;
11:55, Sermon, Rev. M. F. Reavis;
12:30, Announcements and Ad
1:45, Praise and Worship, Rev.
0. E. Burrus; 2:00, Status of
Churches: 1, One-Minute Report
from Churches; 2, Preliminary
Report on Digest of Letters; 2:46,
Co-operative Program: 1, Hospit
als, Mr. Paul P. Davis; 2, Address,
Supt. Smith Hagaman; 3, Aged
Ministers, Mr. J. B. Reavis; 4,
Christian Education, Rev. Avery
Church; 5, Address; 6, Open Fo
rum; 3:45, Closing.
Tuesday Evening Session
7:30, Praise and Worship, Rev.
G. D. Renegar; 7:45, Temperance,
Rev. J. G. Allgood; Address, Rev.
C. M. Reach; 8:00, Religious Lit
erature, Mr. J. F. Essie; Address,
Representative Recorder Publish
ing Company. 1
Wednesday Morning Session
9:45, Praise and Worship, Rev.
R. E. Adams; 10:00, Orphanage,
Prof. Nelson Ireland; Address,
Representative from Mills Home;
Music, Orphanage Quartette;
10:45, The Co-operative Program:
1, State Missions, Mr. J. S. Speas;
Modern Food Store
Phone 89 Elkin, N. C.
2, Home Missions,, Rev. R. E.
Adams; 3, Foreign Missions, Mr.
A. S. Speer; 4, Address, Rev. M. O.
Alexander; 12:00, Music; 12:10,
Summary of Achievements; 12:30,
Wednesday Afternoen Session
1:45, Praise and Worship, Rev.
E./C. Norman; 2:00, Report of
Committees: 1, Executive Promo
tion Committee; 2, Resolutions; 3,
Time and Place and Preacher; 4,
Obituaries, Rev. E. C. Norman;
2:30, Music; 2:45, Inspirational
Address, Rev. Charlie Stevens,
Pastor Salem Baptist Church;
A proud parent called up the
newspaper and reported the birth
of twins. The girl at the news
desk didn't quite catch the mes
sage over the 'phone. "Will you
repeat that?" she asked.
"Not if I can help it," was the
West Main E,kin
street I N * C *
THURSDAY, JULY 15—
"Too Many Wives"
With Anne Shirley—John Morley
Shorts > Admission 10c-25c
Friday-Saturday, Matinee and Night—
"The Oregon Trail"
With John Wayne
Autry Serial —Stooge Comedy—Cartoon
vTT Edward Sedgwick
I L Production r»leaeed
\f by RKO-Radto Picture*.
From tb» Elmer Lane
itorlei in the Saturday
Evening Pott by Richard
Shorts - Adm. 10c-25c i
T i ¥ • \ • r * * 'i , ; ,i;7rU
Thursday, July 15, 1937
J. M. FRANKLIN
Phone 318 Elkin, N. C.
4-14 oz. Cans
Modern Food Store
Phone 89 Elkin, N. C.
Comedy Adm. 10c to All