North Carolina Newspapers

    r Elkin
The Best little Town
In North Carolina"
VOL. No. XXVII, No. 6
Girl Scoot Troop Has "Dutch"
Party Tuesday
Members of the Girl Scout
troop of the Methodist church
entertained at a "Dutch" party
Tuesday evening at the home of
Miss Eleanor Hayes on Church
street. Each of the twelve mem
bers invited a guest and the scout
leaders, Mesdames Lee Phillips and
Fred Rash, together with their
husbands, were present.
The home was decorated with
Hugh Royall
PHONE 111 t
May It Be The x
For All Of You! |
To all of our good friends who have cooperated in rj£
making this a successful year, we extend our warm- Oft
est greetings of the season. XS
H Elkin, N. C. jS
1 Christmas Greetings |
We couldn't let Christmas come and go without paus
ing to wish everyone of you a cheery "Merry Christ- £*£
mas" and the very best of New Years! ®
Tour friendship and patronage has meant much to MB
us during the past year, and we sincerely appreciate jV
it. So from the heart—Merry Christmas! fro
ELKIN, N. C. fl|
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evergreens and crimson candles.
A number of games and contests
were enjoyed during the evening.
Punch, cake and candles were
Miss Calloway and Mr. Snow Are
Married Saturday
Of cordial interest to friends in
this section is the announcement
of the wedding of Miss Stella Cal
loway of this city to Ed Snow of
Zephyr, which was solemnized in
a private ceremony Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Snow will make
their home at Zephyr.
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Entertain
B. Y. P. U. Members
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Nichols en
tertained members of the B. Y. P.
U. of the First Baptist church at
a Christmas party Friday evening,
with sixteen members present.
A number of games were enjoy
ed during the evening,' under the
direction of Mrs. Leslie Reinhardt.
Prizes in the games were awarded
Garland Johnson and Jack Terrell.
A tempting refreshment course
was served.
Mesdames Harris Entertain Book
Club Friday Evening
Mesdames. Edworth and Enoch
Harris entertained members of the
Friday Evening Book Club at a
lovely Chirstmas party at the
home of the former on West Main
Street Friday evening. Evergreens
and red candles were used in the
decorations of the home and place
cards In the Christmas motif
marked the places of the players
at the two tables placed for rum
my. In the progressions the high
score award went to Miss Mattle
Mae Powell and the consolation
prize to Mrs. T. A. Leeper.
Gifts were exchanged among the
A tempting and beautifully ap
pointed refreshment course was
Miss Calloway is Honored bs Mr.
and Mrs. Brewer
Honoring Miss Stella Calloway,
who was married Saturday of last
week to Ed Snow of Zephyr, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Brewer entertained j
at a dinner party Friday evening
in the private dining room at
Hotel Elkin.
The table was centered with a
three tier wedding cake and white
tapers in silver holders were used
on either end of the table. A
beautifully appointed dinner was
The guest list included Miss
Calloway, guest of honor, her
three sisters, Misses Gertha and
Geneva Calloway, and Mrs. Marie
Shores, Miss Lacy McCarter, Mrs.
Ruth Johnson, Miss Ella Lewis,
Miss Florence Harris, Miss Isa
Cockerham and Miss Blanche Mc-
S. S. Class Enjoys Party
Tuesday Evening
Members of the Dorcas Class of
the Sunday school of the First
Baptist church met Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mrs. Sam
Martin, with 21 members and
two visitors present.
The meeting opened with the
singing of Christmas carols in uni
son. Mrs. George Adams read the
scripture lesson and Mrs. T. L.
Parnell offered prayer. The pro
gram consisted of a Christmas
story by Mrs. Sila Nichols.
A social hour folowed. Mrs.
Fred Eidson directed a number
of games and contests. Prizes were
awarded Mrs. Benford Hurd and
Mrs. Sam Martin.
In the dining room a Christmas
tree, brilliantly lighted, was the
central decoration. Gifts were ex
changed among the members and
each member also brought a gift
of food to be placed in baskets and
distributed to needy families
in this vicinity.
Delicious refreshments were
Officers Are Elected for Baptist
W. M. U.
The final meeting of the year of
the Woman's Missionary Tftiion
of the First Baptist church was
held at the church Monday af
ternoon with a splendid attend
The program was presented by
the Naomi Shell circle, under the
direction of Mrs. J. F. Moseley, as
sisted by Mrs. C. N. Myers, Mrs.
IT. G. Harris, Mrs. J. F. Cooke
j and Mrs. Silas Nichols. ,
During the business hour the
following officers were elected for
I the coming year: President, Mrs.
IF. M. Norman; ttrst vice-presl
| dent, Mrs. C. N. Myers; second
vice-president, Mrs. H. G. Harris;
third vice-president, Mrs. Eph
Whisenhunt; secretary, Mrs. T. W.
Church; assistant secretary, Mrs.
L. C. Couch; treasurer, Mrs. Da
vid Brendle; mission study and
Jubilee chairman, Mrs. E. C.
James; literature Miss
I Ella Cockerham; flowers chair-
Iman, Mrs. E. B. Lawrence.
Circle leaders elected were:
Mrs. I. Cf Yates, Mrs. Silas Nich
ols, Mrs. W. F. Reece, Miss Emma
Cooke, Miss Lucy Gray. Mrs.
I Eph Whisenhunt will direct the
| young peoples work, assisted by
' Mrs. Garland Johnson, Mrs. Gas-
I ton Hill, Mrs. Glenn Lewis, Miss
Louise Transou, Garland Johnson,
j Miss Hoyland Harris and Mrs.
Jack Terrell.
The land around London, Eng
land was 60 to 70 feet higher in
the late stone age than It is now,
and it Is sinking at a rate of nine
• inches a century.
Dairymen Will Probably Find
Winter Most Profitable
Since 1930 -
Dairymen will probably find the
winter of 1937-38 one of their
most profitable since 1930, A. C.
Kimrey, of State College, said in
forecasting the North Carolina
dairy situation.
He explained that the produc
tion of feed grains and hay in
1937 has been large in relation to
livestock numbers and that feed
prices during the current feeding
season will average decidedly less
than a year earlier.
Kimrey also pointed out that
milk production per cow is likely
to average the highest since the
winter of 1931-32. An increase of
three to five per cent from Octo
ber through next May over the
like preceding period is expected.
Most of this will occur after the
first of the year.
In numbers, milk cows this win
ter will probably average about
the same as last winter. There
may even be a slight increase,
Kimrey stated.
Feed prices already are lower in
relation to dairy products, and in
the next few months, feeds will
be at a much greater advantage
than they were last winter.
The number of milk cows,
which is.nov/ six per cent less
than the peak of four years ago.
appears to have passed the low
point, the State College extension
dairyman said. However, the num
ber is still somewhat below av
erage in proportion to population.
If the price of cattle continues
high, as now seems probable, a
point may be reached soon when
large numbers of farmers will be
gin to hold back breeding stock to
increase their her's. This would
reduce the market' lgs of sows and
heifers, Kimrey said, and support
or probably increase prices.
Tailoring Dress Making
All Kinds of Sewing
Mrs. G. W. Laffoon
Elk Spur Street Phone 119-R
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