Thursday, August 12, 1937
W OCA LA
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tuttle of
Raleigh spent Sunday here the
guests of friends.
Mrs. C. E. Holcomb of Raleigh,
spent the week-end here the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parks, at
their home on West Main street.
Miss Ethel Gilliam is spending
this week in Knoxville, Tenn., the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Storey,
the latter her sister.
Mrs. J. F. Moseley and children
are on a vacation trip of several
days to Jacksonville and other
places of interest in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Folger
are spending this week on a va
cation trip to Myrtle Beach,
Misses Isle Cockerham and
Florence Harris returned Friday
from Washington, D. V C., where
they spent a week visiting friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt
and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. James are
spending this week at the Baptist
Assembly Ground at Ridgecrest.
Miss Florence Eldridge spent
the week-end in Dobson, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Norman,
the former her uncle. ,
Attorney Parks Hampton spent
the early part of the week in
Raleigh, attending to professional
Joe Harris is spending this
week in Statesville, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Gale White, the lat
ter his aunt.
Mrs. J. S. Hoffman of Charlot
te was the week-end guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Wm. R. Wellborn, at
their home on Bridge street.
Misses Flora Royall and Effie
Crater spent Tuesday in States
ville, the guests of Mrs. J. R.
Vaughn Miller of Sacramento,
California, was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Miller at Grassy
Creek, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Ila D. Burch of Rusk spent
last week in Greensboro with her
daughters, Misses Sue and Ra
Mrs. George Pauls had as her
Sunday guests at her home on
Church street, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Tsumas of Statesville.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Freeman
and daughter, Mary Liles, spent
the week-end at Wilson Mills, the
guests of relatives.
Miss Evon Eldridge of Glade
Valley, is the guest this week of
Miss Una Norman, at her home
on Gwyn Avenue.
Miss Grace Lee Robertson will
leave Friday for a two weeks va
vacation at her home in Gerton,
Mrs. Hoy Moose and little son,
Hoy, Jr., returned to their home
In Mount Pleasant Sunday, fol
lowing a visit of a week to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Whitaker, at their home on
Church street. Mr. Moose came
up for the day and to accompany
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of the Town of Elkin, I will
advertise in the local paper on
August 18th and sell at the court
house door, Dobson, N. C., Septem
ber 13th, all city taxes for the year
1936 that are not paid by close of
business Monday, August 16, 1937. '
City Tax Collector
| \; Town of Ellrfn
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Pegram of
Roanoke, Virginia, spent the
week-end here the guests of her
mother, Mrs. Ida Cockerham, at
her home on West Main street.
Rufus Crater of Wake Forest,
arrived Wednesday to spend a va
cation of six weeks with his mo
ther, Mrs. R. P. Crater, at her
home on Gwyn Avenue.
Mrs. A. A. Long and children,
Louise and Albert, Jr., of Durham,
are the guests this week of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bivins, at their
home on Gwyn Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eldridge of
Lexington, spent the week-end at
State Road, the guests of Mrs.
Eldridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. B. Cockerham.
Mrs. J. H. Ball has as her guests
at her home on West Main street,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joyce and
children of Sanford and Mrs. Ben
McEachern of Rowland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Austin and
little daughter, of Mount Sidney,
Virginia, spent last week the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Combs, of State Road.
Miss Sarah Pruitt and Herman
Holcomb, both of Raleigh, were
the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Parks, at their Home on
West Main street.
Mrs. L. E. Aldridge and chil
dren, Maxine, Eugene and Dale,
and Mrs. Janie Smith, spent Sun
day in Guilford College, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith.
Mrs. Robert L. Price of Greens
boro, spent the week-end here the
guest of her mother, Mrs. R. L.
Poindexter, at her home on West
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brandon left
Wednesday morning for Knox
ville, Tenn., where they will visit
Mr. Brown's brother, J. R. Brown.
Miss Dorothy Ann Smith re
turned to her home in Benson
Wednesday, following a visit to
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Wellborn, at
their home on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Church have
as their guests Mrs. Church's
brother, Pete Grana, and Roscoe
Bradbury, both of Long Beach,
Mrs. R. B. Harrell and children
returned Sunday from Sparta,
where they were the guests for
three weeks of her father, Dr. J.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fitzgerald
and little daughter, Becky, will
leave today for a vacation trip to
Asheville and other places of in
terest in Western North Carolina.
Miss Lillian Miller returned to
her home in Winston-Salem
Tuesday, following a visit of a
week to Miss Ruth Atkinson, at
her home on West Main street.
Misses Rebecca, Ella Joyner and
Lula Hester Brame of North
Wilkesboro, are the guests this
week of their sister, Mrs. E. S.
Spainhour, and Mr. Spainhour,
at their home on West Main
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE. ELKIN. NORTH CAROLINA
Mr. and Mrs. Van Poindexter,
who are spending the summer at
Elk Creek, Va., spent Thursday
here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biv
ins, the latter their daughter, at
their home on Gwyn Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Myers and
daughter, Miss Amy Catherine
Myers, of this city, and Mrs. J. I.
Myers and children, Ina and John
1., of North Wilkesboro, are spend
ing this week at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Trivette
and family of Winston-Salem,
spent the week-end here the
guests of Mrs. Trivette's mother.
Mrs. R. O. Franklin, at her home
on West Main street.
Mrs. M. C. Whitener returned
the latter part of the week from a
Statesville hospital, where she
was a patient for several days.
Her many friends will be glad to
know that she is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. DeLos Underwood
and Miss Mae Young attended the
wedding of Miss Wilmar Martin
and William Farrell, Jr., at St.
Leo's Catholic church in Winston-
Salem Saturday evening.
Miss Louise Transou was re
moved from her home Thursday
to the Baptist hospital in Wins
ton-Salem for treatment. Friends
of Miss Transou will be glad to
know that she is improved.
D. C. Greene, Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens Dobbins and daughter,
Anne, and Mrs. J. H. Callanback
of Pittsburgh, Pa., are spending
several days here the guests of
Miss Etta Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gwyn and
son, Owen, spentl the week-end at
Morehead City, with Mrs. C. L.
Haywood, Jr., and children of this
city, who are there on an extend
Mrs. R.. E. Deverux and daugh
ter, Miss Judy, of Salem, Va., are
the guests this week of her sis
ter, Mrs. C. G. Ashby and Mr.
Ashby, at their home on Bridge
Mr. and Mi's. J. H. Allred and
daughter, Sarah Lou, of Wade,
and Mrs. Ernest Cox of Belton,
Texas, were the guests Monday of
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Lillard, at
their home on Gwyn Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Isley and
son, Dicky, of Lancaster, S. C.,
will arrive the latter part of the
week for a brief visit to Dr. and
Mrs. Wm. R. Wellborn, at their
home on Bridge street.
Walter Bell of Winston-Salem,
brother of Mrs. George Royall of
this city, is a patient at the lo
cal hospital, where he is taking a
series of treatments. Mr. Bell
has been ill for sometime.
Mrs. A. V. Foote, of Chicago,
who has been spending sometime
here with Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R.
Wellborn, the former her brother,
left today for North Wilkesboro,
where ehe will visit friends.
Misses Thorburn and .Sarah
Kelley Lillard are spending some
time at Lake Waccamaw and
Dunn, visiting their aunt, Mrs. J.
H. Townsend and their sister,
Mrs. Eugene Smith.
Mrs. Baxter Mathis has return
ed to her home in Washington,
D. C., after a visit of several days
to Mrs. J. H. Mathis and Miss
Mary Mathis at their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fletcher of
Boonville, announce the birth of
a daughter, Nanoy Lee, at Htigh
Chatham Memorial Hospital, Au
gust 5. Mrs. Fletcher was form
erly Miss Elizabeth Evans of this
Dr. and Mrs. M. A- Royall and
daughter, Miss Flora Royall, spent
the week-end in Columbia, S. C.,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Foster. They were accompanied
home by Billy Royall, who will be
their guest for sometime.
Misses Nancy and Martha Har
ris of Winston-Salem arrived
Tuesday to spend the remainder
of the week here the guests of
their grandmother, Mrs. R. L.
Hubbard, at her home on Surry
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alexander
and family have returned from a
visit to Norfolk, Virginia Beach
and Washington, D. C. In Norfolk
they were the guests of James
McDaniel and in Washington
they visited Robey Bates.
W. W. Whitaker, chief of El
kin's fire department, and Ted
Brown, are spending this week in
Greensboro, attending the
Jubilee convention of the North
Carolina State Firemen's Asso
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Morgan and
children, Mary and John Walter
Shores, of Glendale, California,
who have been here for several
days visiting friends and relatives
left Wednesday for a trip through
New England and Canada, before
returning to their home.
Mrs. P. M. Andrews of Chapel
Hill, and Mrs. D. J. Montgomery
of BakersvillS, Va., sisters of Mrs.
John Ross, and her mother, Mrs.
J. P. Chandler of Jacksonville,
Florida, spent last week here with
Mrs. Ross at the home of Mrs. R.
L. Poindexter, on west Main
street. Mrs. Chandler remained
for a longer visit.
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Mrs. Sam T. Ray and Mrs. J.
Paul Gilliam of Statesville, were
the guests several days last week
of Mrs. Ray's sister, Mrs. Roy
West, and Mr. West, at their
home on West Main street.
Mrs. T. A. Leeper and daughter,
Mable Cathey, spent the latter
part of last week in Belmont, the
guests of her mother, Mrs. A. A.
Cathey. Mr. Leeper went down for
the week-end and to accompany
Mrs. R. L. Wilmoth and son,
Bobby, and Mrs. R. G. Wilmoth
and daughter, Anne, of Winston-
Salem, and Mrs. R. B. Boren and
children, of Greensboro, are
spending this week here the
guests of their father, W. S. Reich,
at his home on Vine street.
Mrs. W. E. Bchannon returned
Sunday from a visit to relatives
in Greensboro ana Oak Ridge.
She was accompanied home Sim
day by Mr. and Mrs. Alien McNeill
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams
of Oak Ridge, who were her guests
for the day.
Mrs. R. L. Kirkman and son,
Robert, and Miss Btd Ball, of
this city, Mrs. Prank Joyce, of
Sanford and Mrs. Ben McEach
ern of Rowland, spent Wednes
day in Charlotte, the guests of the
former's daughter, Mrs. Wilson L.
The General Meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Circles of
the First Baptist church will be
held Monday afternoon at the
church. The program will be in
charge of the Edith Adair Circle,
under the direction of Miss Lucy
Gray. All members are requested
to be present. ~
TO HOLD CHAIN
Will Be Held at Various Homes
In Elkin in Preparation of
A chain of cottage prayer meet
ings will be held next Tuesday
night by the First Baptist church
of this city, In preparation for
the annual revival which begins
Sunday, August 22. The meetings,
which will begin at 8 o'clock, will
be held in the following homes:
Mrs. W. a. Church, West Elkin;
T. L. Parnell, leader and Odell
Lawrence, music leader.
O. E. Gilleland, Sunset Park;
Miss Emma Cooke, leader, Mrs. C.
F. Gilliam, music.
T. M. Darnell, North Elkin;
Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt, leader, J.
C. Martin, music.
Mrs. W. O. Ray, Chatham Park;
E. C. James, leader, Mrs. F. M.
Mrs. Diamond Swalm, Virginia
Avenue; I. C. Yates, leader, F. F.
W. L. Bostlc, East Elkin; Mrs.
E. C. James, leader, L. M. Mastin,
Everyone in each community,
regardless, of denomination, tare
invited to attend these meetings.
HENDERSON MAN IS
Oscar W. Capps, of Henderson,
was arrested here Tuesday for
V&nce county officers by Chief of
Police Dixie Graham on a war
rant sent here by Sheriff J. E.
Capps was charged with aban
donment and non-support of his
wife, and was taken back to Hen
derson Tuesday night by Sheriff
Hamlet. He had been working
here for some weeks as a painter.
FRIDAY, AUG. THE 13TH
The local J. C. Penney store is
observing Friday the 13th with
13 lucky items for this week-end,
an advertisement in this issue of
The Tribune points out.
That the values are really un
usual and worthwhile may be
noted by turning now to the ad
vertisement located elsewhere in
WITH THE SICK
Patients admitted to the local
hospital during the past week
were: Gertrude Callahan, Dob
son; Mrs. Ralph Fletcher, Boon
ville; Edith Pardue, Ronda; J. L.
Pardue, Leicester Mrs. Malvern
Terrell, Elkin; Cleve Alexander,
Crumpler; Claude Brown, Mouth
of-Wilson, Va.; Reggie Gambill,
Elkin; Clarence McrGady, Ed
wards Cross Roads; Mrs. Alice
Corder, Elkin; Lorene Martin,
North Wiltoesboro; Voy Brooks,
Sparta; Alox Hudspeth, Elkin;
Lon Brooks, Hamptonville; John
Moody, Siate Road; Mrs., Ed
Church, Elkin; Mrs. J. B. Bell,
Ronda; John Garris, Jr., Jones
ville; Rachel Dunnagan, Yadkin -
ville; Lydia Benge, Elkin; Doro
thy Jean Wagoner, Jonesville;
Mrs. Iva Stuckey, Elkin; Patricia
Harris, Elkin; Willow Dean Hayes,
State Road; Mrs. Othel Wagoner,
Elkin; Mrs. Margaret Jenkins,
Rusk; Mrs. Dorothy Hudson, El
kin; P. R. Matthews, East Bend;
Nellie Wellborn, Ronda; Mrs.
Mary Spainhour. Mountain Park.
Patients dismissed during the
week were; Mrs. Empress Gentry,
Elkin; Mrs. Vera Kennedy, State
Road; Ramona Martin, Elkin;
William Finney, Elkin; Alonzo
Dillon, Elkin; Ruby Lyons, Jones
ville; Lesbia Graham, Elkin; Mrs.
Iris Brown, Rockford; John
Dobson, Rockford; John Stout,
Jr., Jonesville; Dr. C. E. Nicks,
Elkin; Dr. Ira S. Gambill, Elkin;
Edith Pardue, Ronda;; J. L. An
derson, Leicester; Cleve Alexan
der, Crumpler; Lorene Martin,
North Wilkesboro; Voy Brooks,
Sparta; Mrs. W. H. Gregory, Yad
kinville; John Garris, Jr.*, Jones
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Ne. I—ELKIN . No. 2—JONESVIIXE
Herbert Cochran, manager of
the men's department of McDan
iel's Department Store here, re
turned Saturday from St. Louis,
Mo., where he spent the week at
tending the national convention of
the Merchants Retail association
as a guest of Ely & Walker Dry
Goods Co., wholesalers. While
there Mr. Cochran purchased fall
and winter ptock of men's and
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Doctor: "I will examine you for
Patient: "Go ahead. If you find
it, I'll give you»half."
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"Now, suppose," said the teach
er, "a man working on the river
bank suddenly fell In. He could
not swim and would be In danger
of drowning. Picture the scene.
The man's sudden fall, the cry for
help. His wife knows his peril and,
hearing his screams, rushes im
mediately to the back. Why does
she rush to the bank?"
Whereupon a boy exclaimed:
"To draw his insurance money."
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