News of Jonesville
Mrs. Gumey Wagoner, Editor Phone 48-W
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mathls and
children, Sarah Nell, John Wes
ley and Charles and Mrs. Baxter
Mathls, of Washington, D. C.
spent last Wednesday at Shatley
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Felts and
children, of Winston-Salem spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Mrs. I. Y. Jester, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Hydei) and their guest of At
lanta, Ga., Mrs. Ernie Hyden, Mrs.
Fred Hyden and children spent
Sunday in Boone and Blowing
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Stout and
Miss Sadie Brendle of Winston-
Salem, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Mathis on Sunday.
Mrs. W. R. Hudspeth and
daughter, Peggy Anne, of Yad
kinville, spent the first part of the
week with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
G. S. Wagoner.
Miss Virginia Anthony, of
Hamptonville, was the guest of her
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Max An
thony on Sunday.
Mr. Aaron Speer, of Boonville,
was the guest of his niece, Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. D. G. Reece and
daughter, Sarah Lou. Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Mcßride and' son, Billy
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I cook your food on an electric range for an
average approximately 10c a day (for
thousands of families the cost is much less).
I operate your radio, bringing you the world's
best in music, entertainment, etc., at a cost of
from one to three cents a day.
I furnish you light from a 300-watt lamp for
less than one cent per hour.
I burn a 100-watt lamp four hours for one cent.
Some of my friends think I am foolish to work at
such low wages but I get a great kick out of it. I
enjoy making life easier, and brighter and happier
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attended the revival service at
Bethel church last Sunday.
Miss Fannie Nicholson, Mrs.
Ivory Cockerham and daughter,
Juanita, returned Monday after
spending ten days at Marion, at
tending camp meeting there.
Mrs. Worth Burgess, of Cycle,
was the guest of Mrs. Paul Gray
Miss Pauline Hudspeth of Yad
kinville, visited her aunt, Mrs. G.
S? Wagoner the latter part of last
Mrs. Melvin Vestal is listed
among the sick this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmoth Swaim
and Mrs. P. W. Macemore and
children spent the week-end in
Durham with Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Swaim. Mrs. Macemore remain
ed for an indefinite time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown had
as their guests one day last week,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vanhoy and
son, Billy of Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mayberry
and son, Gayle and Mrs. Myrtle
Brown and Joe Gentry returned
home Friday night from a visit to
relatives in Warren, Ind.
I ' Misses Lucile Vestal and Ger
ald in e Gentry and Mr. Edworth
Freeman spent the week-end with
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Mr. Donald Adcox at his summer
home in Statcsville.
Mrs. R. S. Gray, of Ronda, vis
ited her sons, Burrus and Paul
Gray on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Helton
were the guests over the week-end
of their son, Elmer Helton and
Mrs. Helton in Asheville. Mrs. El
mer Helton and daughters, Jerry
Ann and Shirley accompanied
them home to spend several days
here with them.
Mrs. J. H. Mathis and Miss
Mary Mathis spent Swutey in
High Point visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyden have
as their guests this week the for
mer's mother, Mrs. Emie Hyden
and Mrs. Fred Hyden and chil
dren of Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Johnson
and daughter, Edith, and Mrs. T.
E. Johnson and Norman Porter
visited their brother and son, Mr.
Dewey Johnson and-Mrs. John
son of North Wilkeßboro on Sun
Miss Mary Feimster, of Wins
ton-Salem, is visiting relatives
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brandon left
Wednesday morning for ffinox
ville, Tenn. and other points to
visit Mr. Brown's brother, Mr.
Richard Brown and Mrs. Brown's
brother. Prof. John T. Paris.
Miss Hazel Brandon and other
relatives left Monday for New
Castle, Ind. to visit relatives there.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Ingram is
spending this week in Luray vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. Ada McCog
Miss Sudie Finney and Master
Tommy Pegram of Statesville
spent Tuesday with her sister,
Mrs. Marjorie Eskerage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Blackwood
arid daughters, Rama and Peggy,
spent the week-end in Boone and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Felts had as
their guests, Messrs. J. W. Smith
and Horace Barbee of Goldsboro,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kizer of
Yadkinville, visited in the home
of Mrs. J. W. Arnold on Sunday.
Mrs. Maggie Ashley accompan
ied her daughter, Mrs. Anne Whit
ner of Tobaccoville, to her home
last week to spend some time.
Master Robert Apperson, of
Winston-Salem, is visiting rela
tives here this week.
During the storm on Monday
afternoon lightning struck the
chimney on the home of Mr. J. O.
Mr. Foster Brown and son, Har
ry, of Warren, Ind., accompanied
Mr.' Brown's father, Mr. Tom
Brown, who has been visiting them
for a month home here Friday
Mr. Eugene yartin entered
Hugh Chatham Hospital on
Monday and underwent an oper
ation on Tuesday.
Misses Iris Minish and Cath
erine Boles, students at A. S. T. C.
at Boone, spent the week-end
here with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Mayberry,
of Pulaski, Va., are here this week
Mrs. John Weaver and son
Jack Ray, spent the week-end in
Winston-Salem with her mother,
Mrs. Johnson. -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hudspeth
moved into their new home at
North Elkin on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ray visited
in the home of Mrs. J. c. Pinnix
on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. H. L. Holcomb, Mrs. M. M.
Mayberry and daughters, Ruth
and Nancy Ann, spent Wednesday
afternoon in Winston-Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Holcomb
visited her mother, Mrs. W. E.
Macy, of Hamptonville and also
Mrs. W. C. Perry and small son,
Kyle of Martinsville, Va., who is
the guest of her mother for an in
Mrs. Baxter Mathis has return
ed to Washington, D. C., after
spending a week here visiting rel
atives and friends.
Miss Burcham Gives Birthday
Miss Beatrice Burcham enter
tained at 8 o'clock at the Lucy
Hanes Chatham club house, cele
brating her eighteenth birthday.
The spacious reception room
was beautifully decorated, the co
lor soheme being a variety of
bright colors, streamers of vari
colored crepe paper and balloons
hung from the ceiling and chan
deliers, while beautiful summer
flowers were used" in profusion
throughout the entire club house.
Tables were placed for bingo
and many attractive prizes were
won, after which the guests gath
ered around the table where the
huge three-tier birthday cake
stood and were served a delight
ful ice course by Mrs. W. E. Bur
cham, mother of the hostess, Miss
Claudia Austin and Mrs. Hope
Brown. After the refreshments
were served the hostess opened
her numerous presents. The floor
was cleared and dancing was en
joyed, music being furnished by
an electric v)°trola.
About forty quests were present,
including members of the young
er set of Elkin And Jonesville and
members of the Lucy Hanes Chat-
New Naval Aide
WASHINGTON, D. C. . . . Captain
Walter B. Woodson of Lynchburg,
Va.. whom the Navy Department
has announced will become Naval
Aide to President Roosevelt
ham club of which Miss Burcham
is a member.
Sunbeams Meet Tuesday
The Sunbeams met at the
church for their regular meeting
on Tuesday afternoon, August 10
with the following members pres
ent: Jury; Boles, Cornelia and
Jean Lineberry, Sarah Lou Reece,
Nancy Ann Mayberry, Dorothea
Chappel, Jean Madison and two
visitors, Peggy Anne Hudspeth of
Yadkinville and Jerry Anne Hel
ton of Charlotte and the leader,
Miss Carrie Taylor assisted by
Miss Lorraine Lineberry.
W. M. S. Meets With Mrs. Boles
The Woman's Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist church met
with Mrs. O. E. Boles Tuesday
evening, with eight members pres
ent. Miss Mildred Ingram di
rected the program, assisted by
Mrs. O. E. Boles. Misses Rosalee
Minnish and Weeta Elliott dis
cussed "Christian Service in Rural
During the business hour Mrs.
L. S. Weaver was in charge of
An ice course was served during
a social period.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darnell and
Mrs. Clay Darnell of Washington,
D. C., were guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Leßoy Darnell the past week.
Miss Madeline Newman re
turned to Mooresville Sunday, af
ter spending the week-end at
Mr. Raymond Carter of Atlan
ta, Ga., is spending a few days
here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pettyjohn of
Winston-Salem, spent the week
end here the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. ,M. L. Pettyjohn. Mrs. Lean
der Hanes of Kannapolis, who
has been visiting relatives and
friends here returned with Mr.
and Mrs. Pettyjohn to Winston-
Salem Sunday, afternoon.
Among our visitors Sunday
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',-wH Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)
H. P. Graham, Elkin, N. C.
were Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Absher,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wishon, Mrs.
Grady Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, Mrs. Joe Wishon, Aunt
Lodemia Harp, Mr. and Mrs. Mil
lard Wishon, Messrs. R. L. Wall
and Walter Darnell. We're sure
they were not disappdinted in the
sermon delivered by our pastor,
Rev. I. W. Vestal.
Mrs. Frank Carter and son,
Qllvln, visited Mrs. Carter's sis
ter, Mrs. Isobel Pettyjohn, Satur
day at Winston-Salem.
Plans are going forward now
for the proposed addition of the
Sunday school room > to Cool
Springs church. We trust that
we may by the help of the mem
bers of our church and the bless
ing of our God upon the work be
able to finish this much needed
A special call meeting of all
members of the church will be
held Saturday afternoon at six
o'clock. All members urged to
Misses Vergie and Zollie Hager
man of Winston-Salem, were the
week-end guests of their sister,'
Mrs. Paul Walker.
Miss Pansy Darnell has re
turned home from a two week's
visit to her sisters, in Winston-
A large crowd of relatives and
friends attended the burial of one
of Cool Springs' members here
last week, when our brother 1 , Joe
M. Wishon, was laid to rest. A
lovely floral offering bore silent
tribute to his worth as a husband
and father, a neighbor and
friend. It was the second funeral
held from this home in the past
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wall and
children spent the week-end in
Marion, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rose, Mrs.
J. M. Rose, of Arlington, and Mrs. J
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Old Allen and Mrs. Lee Shutt of
Winston-Salem, spent Sunday af
ternoon at Kapps Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rose had as
their guest Saturday, Miss Ber
nice Strdivant of Pea Ridge and
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Rose.
We are glad to note that Mr.
Herbert Clubb Is very much im
proved after a severe Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose left
Sunday for a week's vacation in
Washington, D. C.
The Woman's Study Club of
the Arlington Baptist church met
Friday night at the home of Miss
Elizabeth Pardue, with twelve
members and one visitor present.
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Thursday, August 12» 1937
Mrs. James Dunman was in
charge of the program. Readings
were given by Miss Mardell Wall
and Mrs. Carl Rose. At the close
of the meeting watermelon was
served by Miss Elizabeth Pardue
and Mrs. Charlie Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Darnell and
little daughter, Catherine, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Wall and
daughter, Mardell, spent Sunday j
at Blowing Rock and Boone.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G.' Hagwood.
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. D.
S. Ingfam and family, of Jones
ville, motored to Blowing Rock
and Grandfather Mountain Sun