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News of Jones ville
Mrs. Gurney Wagoner, Editor
Mesdames Dewey May berry, W.
I. shugart and Marvin Mayberry
spent Tuesday afternoon in
A large crowd heard Rev. J. M.
Hayes of Winston-Salem at the
Baptist church on last Sunday
morning and at the evening ser
Mrs. Bill Hudspeth and daugh
ter, Mary Jo, of North Elkin, vis
ited her-sister, Mrs. M. M. May
berry on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Blackburn
announce the birth of a daughter
Doris Glendalene, on Dec. 12 at
Hugh Chatham Memorial hospit
al. Mother and baby are reported
Mr. John Maybe rry and Mr. G.
S. Wagoner spent last Wednesday
afternoon In Pulaski, Va., attend
ing to business matters.
Mrs. Julia Wagoner, Miss May
Vestal, Mrs. Jim Chappel and
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Kerley of
Kenosha, Wis., have arrived to
spend the holidays here with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Misses Maude Millian and Lor
raine Thathil, of Ronda, visited
Miss Flora Kate Stroud at the
home of her sister, Mrs. W. P. Mc-
Bride on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson
of Traphill spent the week-end
with their daughter, Mrs. Carmel
Billings and Mr. Billings.
MONOOKAMMKD with his three
initials . . . this Hickok tie
chain and collar bar combina
tion, both with the famous, pat
ented, alligator-grip. Packaged
in a modern Durez ashtray —
Elkin, N. C.
GIFTS for MEN
A beautiful gift at modest price—buckle
of modern design, in Hickok Plate with
burnished highlights. Black or brown
belt of full-grain steerhide bridle leather.
Packed in a bakelite ashtray —really
two gifts in one. Set, complete —
OTHER HICKOK GIFTS $1 to SSO
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THE ELKIN TRIBUNE
daughter, Dorothea, spent last
Saturday In Winston-Salem shop
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phillips,
Mrs. J. P. Phillips, Misses Hazel
Phillips and Ruby Bray spent
Saturday in Charlotte shopping.
Pete Brown spent Sunday with
his aunt, Mrs. Larry Emerson
near North Wilkesboro.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roberson of
Hudson, visited her father, Mr. M.
P. Gregory on Sunday. Mr. Greg
ory is confined to his home with
a deep cold.
The friends of Mrs. Marvin
Vanhoy will regret to learn that
she is ill at this time.
Mrs. Alice Macemore is reported
very ill at this writing with sinus
Mr. Manny Day has moved to
the Jack Ray farm.
Mr. Reggie Myers is in a serious
condition at this time.
Mr. Dewey Helton left Monday
to spend this week with his broth
er, Elmer Helton, at Asheville, N.
The Methodist Circle Meets With
The Ngethodist Women's Mis
sionary auxiliary met with Miss
Weeta Elliot December 7 at 7:30.
Fifteen members were present.
Miss Katherine Boles had
charge of the program, the subject
being "Why I Give to Mission
aries." Mrs. Wells read the scrip
ture, Cor.: 5:11-21, followed by a
song, "Give of Your Best to the
Master." Miss Mary Mathis and
Mrs. R. G. Boles discussed topics
on the subject.
Following a business session in
charge of Mrs. Weaver a delight
ful social hour was enjoyed dur
ing which the hostess served re
Masters School Club Entertained
The Parent-Teacher association
entertained the Masters School
Club of Yadkin county on Thurs
day evening, Dec. 9, with a dinner
at the local school building. Lady
teachers of the grammar grades
were special guests of the even
ing. Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt of
Elkin was the guest speaker and
she spoke on "China." All enjoy
ed the evening.
A three course dinner was ser
ved to fifty-four guests. Each
table carried out the Christmas
decoration with red and green
candles and other decorations
in Christmas colors.
Rath Mayberry and Hilda Gae
Misses Ruth Mayberry and Hil
da Gae Renegar entertained with
a party Monday night, Dec. 13th
for the Beta Club members at the
home of the latter's parents. The
living room and dining room were
decorated throughout with the
Christmas motif and a Christmas
ELKIN. N. C„ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1937
tree added beauty to the living
Early in the evening a business
meeting was held and an inter
esting program was given by the
hostesses before entering the din
ing room, lighted with candles, for
a salad course. Gifts were then
presented to each guest and other
games were enjoyed by the follow
ing members: Blanche— Myers,
Martha Smith, Mardell Wall, Eve
lyn Myers, Virginia Bryant, Her
bert May berry, Kemp Reece, Joe
Woodruff, Mr. L. S. Weaver, spon
sor of Beta Club and Principal of
the school, and the hostesses.
giving him Arrow Shirts- a llsp '" u ' that he will
this Christmas. Whites, V |gf * like - Come in toda y and S
solid colors and attrac- v select his. Individually 3S
$1.95 Spainhours Have the j5.95 ,0 $12.50 1
p„.-„ GIFTS For HIM! J -
jl Tie Chains Knife, Chain Sets Handkerchiefs Tie and Handkerchief B
tJ ; , . ~ . , , „ , ... . Arrow handkerchiefs for men In C A f G M
gj Hickok tie chains and collar bar with Hickok knife and chain sets for a whites and with fancy borders. Give oeiS
|f and without Initials. A gift he will gift both ornamental and useful. him at least a dozen. Each He w^th^dkercwft^ %
really appreciate. He will like it. 2Q C " 25 C " 35 C attractive gift box.
I 50 c -SI.OO $1.50 $3.50 $5.00 : k to 59c | $1.(10 and $1.50 11
1 Interwoven Socks Men's Ties j$
Give him a half-dozen pairs of Interwoven socks We are featuring a very beautiful group of men's ffa
in wools and silks. Four price groups— \ ties at a special low price. Select several for him. m
JK Winter weather will make the gift Be sure to select a beautiful silk
PLEASANT HILL |'
Rev. G. W. Sweney of Glen]
Hope Baptist church at Burling-1
ton, preached a wonderful sermon
at our church Saturday night. I
Two ladies quartets, also of
Glen Hope church furnished
special music. The service was
greatly enjoyed by everyone pres
ent and the church was complete
ly filled, even to part of the Sun
day School rooms.
A local young ladies chorus
provided special music for the
prayer service Sunday night.
We are glad to state that the
Sunday School at our church is
continually growing in number
j and spiritually each Sunday.
Everyone is urged to visit us
and worship with us.
| Mr. Barney Crabb visited In
Mr. Milas Chouch has returned
to his work' in Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. taeivil Baugess, of
Oklahoma, spent last Tuesday
night in the home of Mrs. Zora
Miss Manda Miller, of Ronda,
was the guest of Miss Paye Cock
erham last Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Couch and
Bart Coi.ch visited the latter's
sister, Martha Carter in the hos
pital at Winston-Salem, Sunday.
She Is suffering from injuries re
cieved in a fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Couch
moved into their new home in
this community Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Creed
visited Mr. and Mrs. David Darn
One or more of the quartets
from our church will go to Shoaly
Branch next Sunday night.
Next Saturday night and Sun
day is our regular meeting time.
Gateway to Roaring Gap
and the Blue Ridge
Everyone is invited to come and
be with us. A local men's chorus
will provide special music for the
There are no icebergs in the
northern Pacific ocean.
Mattie Mae Powell
BulWln* A Loan Office