Thursday, August 12, 1937
Junior Choir Is Feted Friday
Limiting their guests to the
members of the Junior Choir of
the First Baptist church, Kay Lee
and Frank Walker entertained at
a delightful watermelon feast at
their home on Church street, Fri
day evening. Out-door games were
enjoyed also. Mrs. Clint Gilliam
choir leader, and Mr. Gilliam
Sunday School Class and Families
The Young Matrons Class of
the Sunday school.of the First
Baptist church, together with
their families, enjoyed a delight
ful picnic to Williams' Park, near
Mountain Park, Tuesday evening.
Outdoor games and swimming
were enjoyed prior to the bounti
ful picnic supper. Approximately
forty-five guests enjoyed the out
Methodist Circle Meets With
Mrs. Harold Click '
Circle number four of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church met Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs. Har
old Click on West Main street.
An inspiring program on
"Christian Mission Life" was pre
sented by Miss Mable Sale, Mrs.
Jones Holcomb and Miss Ophelia
A social hour was enjoyed at
the close of the business session.
The hostess served an appetizing
Mrs. Hayes Is Hostess to Bridge
Club Thursday Morning
Mrs. Errol Hayes delightfully
entertained members of her
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bridge club at an enjoyable morn
ing party, followed by a luncheon
at one o'clock, at her home on
Church street Thursday. Summer
flowers in brilliant colors made a
pretty setting for the two tables
which were placed for the games.
At the conclusion of the play the
club award for high score went to
Mrs. R. C. Freeman.
Mrs. Hoy Moose of Mount
Pleasant, sister of the hostess,
was given a lovely remembrance.
Miss Royall Is Hostess at Supper
to Honor Guest
Complimenting her housegu'est,
Miss Saralee Griffith of Charlot
te, Miss Peggy Royall was hostess
at a delightful informal supper at
Jier home on Church street Thurs
day evening. Supper was served in
the garden, picnic style, upon the
arrival of the guests at six o'clock.
Following the supper a medley
of indoor games were enjoyed.
Guests for the occasion were
the honoree. Miss Griffith, Misses
Jo and Jerry Barker, Nan John
son, Louise Laffoon, Mary Eliza
beth Allen, Mary Crater, Lena
Sale and Miss Mary Helen Holmes
of Statesville. guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Lankford, and Miss
Betty Howard of Atlanta, Ga„
guest of her grandparents, Rev.
and Mrs. L. B. Abernethy.
Mrs. McNeely and Miss Franklin
Are Hostesses At Picnic
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Morgan and children, Mary and
John Walter Shores, of Glendale
California, who are guests of rel
atives and friends here, Mrs. Fred
McNeely and Miss Sadie Franklin
entertained at a delightful picnic
at their home on West Main street
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE. ELKIN. NORTH CAROLINA,
Saturday evening. Approximately
seventy-live guests were Invited.
A bountiful supper was served,
picnic syle, on the spacious lawn.
Out-of-town guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Chastain,, Du
Bois, Idaho; Mrs. Ben McEachern,
Rowland; Mrs. Hoy Moose, Mount
Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Joyce and children, Sanford; Mrs.
T. G. Trivette and son, Prank
Trivette, Winston-Salem; Mrs.
William Andrews, Shelby, and Mr.
and Mrs. P. D. Pegram, Roanoke,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sneed of
Burch, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sneed and Miss En
voth Cross Sneed of Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sneed, Mrs.
Mamie Speaks and Miss Nadine
and Ralph Speaks, and Miss Cath
erine Davis, all of Winston-Salem,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Draughn
and family and Miss Alma
Draughn, all of Graham aijd Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Sneed of Elkin,
enjoyed a picnic dinner at West
Miss Florence Carter returned
to her home here Tuesday after
spending several days in Winston-
Salem the guest of friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Greenwood
of North Wilkesboro, spent Sun
day with Mr. Greenwood's parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Greenwood.
Miss Alice Mounce of near
Friendship left Saturday for New
York where she will spend a few
Misses Thelma Dodson and Re
la Anthony returned to their
homes Sunday after spending sev
eral days in El kin Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Greenwood
of near Friendship had as their
guests last week Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lee Lane and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Siler of Ramseur, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Groce of Brooks
Cross Roads, Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Grenwood and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Chappel and family, M.
Q. Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Worth
Graham, all of Elkin.
Misses Polly and Prances Well
born returned to Toranto, Ghio,
Saturday after spending several
days here visiting friends and rel
Mrs. John Carter who has been
a patient in Chatham Memorial
Hospital will be able to return to
her home Friday, her many
friends will be glad to know.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams and
Mrs. Herman Roberson and
daughter, Inez, were the guests
here Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Burton spent
the week-end at Union Cross the
guest of Mr. Burton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Burton.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lyons and
daughter, of Glade Valley, spent
the week-end here with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oil
mer Carter. Mrs. Lyons and little
daughter remained for a longer
Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Chandler
and family spent Sunday in Pu
laski, Va., the guests of friends
The Happy Day quartet of
Pleasant Hill rendered special
music here at Little Richmond
Baptist church Sunday night with
Miss Bernice Wellborn at the pi
ano. Everyone present seemed to
enjoy the singing,
Rev. Lester Hayes of Mt. View
supplied for Rev. A. B. Hayes
Saturday night and Sunday at
Union Cross due to Mr. Hayes at
tending a revival in Va.
Ralph and Warren O. Chappel
and Mrs. W. J. Chappel and Mrs.
Howard Chappel and little daugh
ter, Bonnie, accompanied by Miss
Ima Mounce of Zephyr spent
Sunday in Winston-Salem, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rural
Sneed. Mrs. Bertha Sneed accom
panied them home to be their
guest here this week.
Master Gray Hampton had the
misfortune of breaking his arm
Sunday when he stepped from a
moving vehicle, his many friends
will regret to know.
Mr. Earl Nance of Shady Grove
who has been holding a singing
class at Fairview Baptist church
each Thursday night will discon
tinue the singing due to the re
vival meetings which are being
held in this community.
Mrs. Stella Brown Vanhoy and
daughter, Miss Bernice of Jones
ville, Route 1. were the guests here
the first of the week of friends
Jim Greenwood, accompanied by
Hugh Brandon, Red Dorsett, Jess
Powers, Fred Masten and John
Ratledge, all of Elkin, attended
the ball game at Martinsville
Judge Carter of "Wlnston-Sa
lem is spending a few weeks va
cation in Philadelphia and New
York. Mr. Carter was formerly of
Rev. L. W. Burrus, assisted by
Rev. T. s. Draughn closed a meet
ing at Mt. Herman Baptist
rhuich Sunday. Much Interest was
manifested during the meeting.
Mrs. Tine Whitaker spent Sun
day in Friendship the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Whitaker, the for
mer her son.
W. H. Sneed of Burch and M.
O. Sneed pf Elkin made a business
trip to Greensboro Tuesday.
Mrs. D. W. Sprinkle and Miss
es Ila Mae and Martha and Jim
my Sprinkle, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Hampton, all of Pair View,
spent Sunday near Winston-Salem
the guests of Mrs. Susie White
Mrs. Rosie Whltaker returned
to her home Tuesday from North
Elkin where she has been the
guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Jettie and Richard Cum
mings of Ronda are the guests
here this week of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greenwood
and daughter, Miss Jenny and Jim
Greenwood made a business trip
to Statesville Tuesday.
Mrs. Polly Patton of Cooloomee
Is expected to arrive here Friday
where she will be the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Tillie Barber.
G. M. Sneed of Winston-Salem,
who is now employed at the Shoe
Mart Shop has been promoted to
manager, of the Shoe Mart Shop
in Charleston, S. C., where he will
assume his duties the first of the
week. Mr. Sneed is formerly of
R. A. Jenkins, of Winston-Sa
lem, was called here to the bed
side of his wife who is a patient in
the Chatham Memorial Hospital,
her many friends will regret to
learn. They wish her a speedy
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sneed had
as their guest Wednesday even
ing, Mrs. Mollie Blackwood and
daughter, Miss Mamie and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sneed and Miss
Envoth Cross Sneed of Boston,
Mass. The guests enjoyed a de
lightful four-course dinner.
Misses Lydia Jane Sneed and
Misses Ha Mae and Martha
Sprinkle of Fairview, rendered
special music Tuesday evening at
the revival meeting in progress at
the Little Richmond Baptist
church. Every one present seemed
to enjoy the occasion.
The Sunday school here is pro
gressing nicely, considering the
hot weather and the revivals
which are being held at nearby
Residents of this section were
very grateful for the nice show
ers Monday afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Swaim of
Winston-Salem spent last week
here visiting Mrs. Vina Swaim and
family. They were accompanied
home by Miss Anna Lee Swaim,
who will spend a few days with
Mrs. Omar Walker and little
daughter, Barbara Jean, of Hamp
ton ville, spent the week-end here
with her mother, Mrs. Vina
Miss Lessie Bray of Jonesville
spent last week here the guest of
Miss Pansy Elizabeth Bell.
John Wagoner of Warren, Ind.,
arrived here Saturday for a visit
of three weeks. This is Mr. Wag
oner's first visit to his native
community in 37 years. Mr. Wag
oner is the father of Jones Wag
oner and a brother of Mrs. Vina
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Mathis and
son Phillip, are on an extended
visit to the state of Indiana.
Miss Jessie Mae Osborne of
Jonesville was the week-end guest
of Miss Gladys Felts at her home
Ray Swaim spent last week-end
A number of friends from here
attended the funeral of Mrs.
Joyce Myers at Union Baptist
church last Saturday.
• The farmers of this section are
greatly encouraged by the light
showers of the past few days. The
crops were suffering for lack of
moisture, particularly the tobac
co, which had already been badly
damaged by the blue mold. The
threshing season is over and the
yield was short of expectation,
due largely to the dry weather.
Rev. Hubert Gwyn concluded a
series of tent services on Saturday
night and went to Siloam where
he will begin a meeting on August
9th. The services were well at
Mrs. Spencer Coe has recently
returned from Baptist Hospital in
Winston-Salem, where she under
went a serious surgical operation.
She is much improved, her friends
are glad to know.
Miss Martbaleen Davis, after
completing a six weeks' course at
Woman's College, has gone to
State Teachers Coollege at Boone
for their second session. Miss Da
vis is a teacher in Mountain Park
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Holcomb
and small sons, Hugh and Eu
gene, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holcomb
and Mrs. Wooten, mother of Mrs.
Claude Holcomb, were Sunday
visitors in the community.
Mr. George Beasley has re
turned to his home near Rockford
after having undergone an opera-
tlon at Martin Memorial Hospital
in Mount Airy.
Mrs Clyde Cm has recovered
from a recent indisposition. She
has gone with Mr. Coe to Ronda,
where they have accepted em
Mr. Thomas Transou has been
sick at the home of* his brother
Mrs. Jane Nichols, who has
been quite sick at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Jack Coe,
shows slight improvement.
Announcements of the marriage
of Miss Rosanelle Cash, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cash, have
been received by friends of the
bride and her parents. Miss Cash
was married to Mr. Boyce Ben
nett on August 6th. Miss Cash's
mother was formerly Miss Rosa
McKaughan and lived at Rock
ford during her girlhood.
Miss Mollie J. Burrus is attend
ing summer school at Woman's
College in Greensboro.
The far-famed "August Meet
ing" of the Baptist church began
on Sunday night, August 8, with
the pastor, Rev. Mr. Renegar, in
charge. The former custom of
having two services on the first
day of the meeting, one in the
morning and another In the af
ternoon, has been abandoned,
but the services are usually well
attended and fruitful of much
Mr. and Mrs. Arlee Steelman
have returned from Washington
where they spent their vacation.
They report a very nice trip.
Mrs. Lulu Fitzpatrick and Mrs.
Delia Marlyon of Washington
are the guests of their brother,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Frye. '
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Simpson
and children were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Coe.
Mr. and Mrs. Brewer Hutchens
of East Bend and Miss Alma Coe
and Mr. Howard Woodruff aire
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gus Tom
lin in Beach Haven, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bohannon
have moved in the residence of
Mr. Ed Burrus.
Mrs, Axie Woodruff, of Elktn,
is spending a few weeks with her
daughters, Mrs. T. W. Shore and
Mrs. Grover Williams.
Mr. H. W. Reece was carried
to the Baptist Hospital for treat
Mr. Howard Moxley and Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Angel of Toledo,
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