Thursday, December !£> 1937
Major F. T. Davis of Washing
ton, D. C., was the guest last week
of Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Harrell, at
their home on West Main street.
Miss Anne James of Winston-
Salem, was the week-end guest of
Mrs. Lee Phillips, at her home on
Reggie Myers of Jonesville is
quite ill in the local hospital suf-1
fering from ~k sinus infection, his
friends will regret to know.
Miss Freddie Matthews of Con-1
way, S. C., was the guest last
week of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Nicks,
at their home on Main Street.
Corp. and Mrs. R. E. Burgiss of
Fayetville and Fort Bragg, are
spending the Christmas holidays
here with Mrs. Burgiss' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy West.
Moir Hall, a student at David
son College, will arrive Friday to
spend the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. J. L. Hall, on Westi
Mrs. J. S. Atkinson returned
Wednesday from Charlotte, where
she has been for sometime visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atkinson,
the former her son.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. James, of
this city, announce the birth of
a son, Gerald Scott, December 10,
at the Baptist Hospital in Win
Mr. and Mrs. John Raper and
son, John, Jr., of (Lexington, were
the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Poindexter at their
home on Gwyn Avenue.
Misses Nancy and Sarah Click,
students at the Woman's College
of the University of North Caro
lina, Greensboro, will arrive Sat
urday to sDend the holidays with
their parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. G.
Click, at their home on Circle
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To the citizens of Elkin and Jonesville,
and to the visitors here on shopping
\ trips, we extend a cordial invitation to
call on us in every way possible. We
are here to cash your checks, make
change for you, and in other ways be
of service. Please feel that this is
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Robert Windsor of High Point,
was the guest Saturday of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wind
W. A. Neaves left Sunday for
Philadelphia and Detroit, where
he will spend this week attending
to business matters for Chatham
I Mrs. Talmage Lewis of Wash
ington, D. C., and Yadkinville,
spent the week-end here the
! guest of Miss Hazel Byrd, at her
! home on Elk Spur Street.
Mrs. Jlmmle Anderson of North
Wilkesboro was the guest Friday
and Saturday of Mrs E. S. Spain
hour, at her home on West Main
Mrs. C. O. Hadley and children,
Ruth and Charles, of Statesville,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Snow
at their home on Gwyn Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W- Glenn ar
' rived Saturday from Burlington,
and will remain here until after
the holidays with Mrs. Glenn's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Byrd.
B. J. Snow, well known citizen
of the Mountain Park commun
ity, suffered a heart attack at his
home Saturday. His condition is
not regarded as critical.
R. E. Devereux of Salem, Vir
ginia, was the overnight guest!
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
G. Ashby, at their home on Bridge
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Masten had
as their guests Sunday at their
home on Elk Spur street, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Masten, Mrs. John
Brendle, John Brendle, Jr., Mrs.
John Smith and Mrs. Paul Wil
son and little daughter, Mignon,
all of Winston-Salem, and W. F.
Masten of Charlotte.
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Mr. and Mrs J, L. Li lard and
son, Jlmmle, and Mrs. W. J. Price
and daughter, Mary Gale spent
Sunday at Creston and West Jef
ferson, the guests of relatives.
Edwin Roy all, a student at the
University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, will arrive Friday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Royall, on Church street.
Jack Carter arrived Saturdav
from Providence, R. 1., and will
be associated with his brothers,
Wilbur and Roger Carter, in op
erating the White Swan Laundry
Rufus Crater, a student at
Wake Forest College, will arrive
the latter part of the week to
spend the holidays with his moth
er, Mrs. R. P. Crater on Gwyn
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Moose and
son Hoy, Jr.. of Mount Pleasant,
spent the week-end here the guest
of Mrs Moose's parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Whitaker, at their
home on Church Street.
Miss Ruth Atkinson, a member
I of the Marion school faculty, will
arrive the latter part of the week
to spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Atkinson, on West Main Street.
Edwin Salmons, John Rider,
Chas. Loman and Harry Froeber,
all of Winston-Salem, were the
week-end guests of the former's
grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Sal
mons, at her home on Gwyn
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitaker
and their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoy Moose and son, Hoy, Jr., of
Mount Pleasant, spent Sunday in
I Pilot Mountain, the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. R. A. Frye. Mrs.A. B.
I Harrell and Mrs. J. Matt Tuttle
|of Winston-Salem, were also
guests in the Frye home.
Misses Byrd Fete Two Brides at
Dinner Saturday Eveninc
Misses Hazel and Blendon Byrd
entertained at a lovely dinner
party at their home on Elk Spur
street Saturday evening to honor
two brides, Mrs. Garland Johnson,
who prior to her marriage was
Miss Flora Royall and Mrs. Tal
mage Lewis of Yadkinville and
WEishington, who prior to her
marriage was Miss Charlotte Sim
• Yuletide decorations in red and
silver, were used in the living
room, where a tempting dinner
was served from card tables. Cov
ers were placed for twelve.
Both of the honorees were given
Mrs. Campbell is Hostess to
Mrs. Leßoy Campbell enter
tained the Woman's Auxiliary of
the Prebyterian church at her
home on Gwyn Avenue Monday
evening, with twelve members
Mrs. Wm. R. Wellborn, auxili
ary president, presided over the
meeting and directed the program
on Christmas. Assisting in the
nrogram were: Mesdames Morgan
Hanks, Chas. Poplin and T. A.
Leeper. Mrs. Campbell led the
During a social hour the mem
bers exchanged Christmas gifts.
The prifts were distributed from a
beautifully decorated tree.
A tempting refreshment course
Miss West is Hostess to S. S.
Miss Edwin West entertained
the members of her Sunday
School class at her home Tuesday
evening. The puests included the
members of the cltiss and the
teacher, Mrs. Beatrice Myers
Following the program and
business meeting an ice course
was served the guests. The guests
were then invited into the dining
room where a prettv Christmas
scene was arranged. The table was
transformed into a woodland by
the -use of miniature trees and an
artificial lake. Concealed in the
woods were presents for each
truest. After the exchange of gifts
Christmas carols were sung in
Miss Perry and Mr. Gentry
Feted at Dinner
Honoring Miss Lucy Mae Perry
and Conrad Gentry, whoso en
gagement has recently been an
nounced, Misses Esther Mae Lan
ier and Betty Norman entertained
at a lovely dinner party at Hotel
Elkin Monday evening.
The table was attractively dec
orated in bridal green and white.
Covers were placed for twelve.
Miss Perry was presented a bride's'
book by the hostesses.
Following the dinner the guests
were entertained at a theatre
The guests in addition to the
honor miests and the hostesses
Miss Bertha Byrd, Miss
Marthalene Davis, Miss Estelle
Litaker, Miss Hilda Lee Heatwale.
*'rs. Henry Wolfe, Mrs. Gertrude
whitehead. -J. Sam Gentry and
Bpencer Norman. ,
Mrs. Adams is Hostess to Pearl
Mrs. George Adams was hostess
to the Pearl Johnson circle of the
Woman's Missionary" Society of
the First Baptist church at her
Lome Tuesday evening, with nine
Mrs. Leslie Reinhardt, circle
chairman, presided over the bua
ness session, which featured rou
Mra. George Adams conducted
The program, on the observ
ance of Christmas in different
nations, was in charge of Mrs.
Reinhardt, assisted by Mrs. L. M.
Stewart, Mrs. Chas. Young, Mrs.
Mary Lassiter and Miss Mattie
Refreshments were served dur
ing a pleasant social hour.
Misses Gray Entertain Mission
Misses Lucy and Agness Gray
entertained the Edith Adair circle
Df the Woman's Missionary Soc
'ety of the First Baptist church at
their home on Franklin Street
ruesday evening, with twelve
members and two visitors present.
The devotionals and program
were in charge of Miss Mary Jane
Byrd. Assisting in the program
were Misses Agness Gray, Hazel
Byrd, Emma Cook and Minnie
Ruth McNeill and Mrs. Jack Ter
Miss Lucy Gray, circle chair
man, presided over the business
session, which featured the an
nual Lottie Moon Christmas Of
fering program. A nominating
committee,, to select officers for
the coming year, was appointed.
Refreshments were served dur-
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ing a pleasant social hour.
Dr. and' Mrs. HarreH Entertain
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Harrell en
tertained members of the Fort
nightly Bridge Club at an enjoy
able bridge-dinner at their home
on West Main street Thursday
evening. Dinner was served upon
the arrival of the guests at seven
o'clock. The home was decorated
with evergreens, holly and crim
son candles. Santa Claus place
cards marked the places of the
guests and the holiday motif was
carried out in the appointments
of the dinner.
The club award for high score
went to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brew
er at the close of the progressions.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Poindexter, spe
cial guests of the club, were given
Those playing were: Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Poindexter and Dr. and Mrs. Har
T. W. A. Leader is Honored at
The Young Women's Auxiliary
of the Woman's Missionary Socie
ty of the First Baptist church met
Tuesday evening with Miss Mat
tie Lee Eidson. Ten members were
present. Mrs. Eph Whisenhunt
was a special guest.
Miss Fannie Sue Harris direct
ed the program, assisted by
Misses Dorothy Masten, M Alice
Blalock and Beatrice Newman.
At the close of the program a
delightful social hour was enjoy
ed. Mrs. Garland Johnson, leader
of the circle, who prior to her re-1
cent marriage was Miss Flora
Royall, was presented a lovely ar-
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ray of gifts from the members.
The gifts were presented Mrs.
Johnson by little Norma Jean
Eldaon, who was dressed as Santa
I Coffee and cake were served
and candles and wedding bells
were given as souvenirs.