North Carolina Newspapers

    Thursday, December 23, 1937
Mrs. Q. T. Roth returned last
week from an extended visit to
relatives in Allentown, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Myers
spent Saturday in North Wilkes
boro, the guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bee son will
spend Christmas in Randleman
and Greensboro, visiting relatives.
Ruohs Pyron returned Sunday
from a business trip to Cartersviile
and Atlanta, Georgia.
Miss Jeanette Fulp of Raleigh
spent the week-end here the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Pulp, on Elk Spur Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smoot and
baby spent Sunday in North
Wilkesboro, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Love.
B. V. Pettyjohn of Brooklyn, N.
Y., is the holiday guest of his
father, P. W. Pettyjohn, of State
Road.
Miss Nan Johnson left Wednes
day for Winston-Salem, to spend
the holidays with her father, Rus
sell Johnson.
Mrs. A. M. Smith returned last
from a visit of two weeks to
her mother, Mrs. J. E. Purcelle,
at Red Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Johnson
will leave Friday for Eastern Car
olina, where they will spend the
holidays with friends and rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shore of
Yadkinville announce the birth of
a son December 21, at the Yadkin
Clinic. Mrs. Shore was formerly
Miss Hazel Cockerham of this city.
Bill Wellborn, a student at Tu
lane University, New Orleans, is
spending the holidays here with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R.
Wellborn, on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Revelle of
Norfolk, Va., will arrive Friday to
spend the holidays with Mrs.
Revelle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Fulp.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Nichols had
as their guests on Thursday, Mrs.
Nichols' father and brother, A. I.
Johnson of Mt. Airy, and Forest
Johnson of Galax.
i W. S. Reich and daughter, Mrs.
k Alden Hunt, were called to
r Greensboro, Wednesday of last
week on account of the death of
Mr. Reich's brother-in-law, W. L.
Sheppard. Mr. Sheppard died fol
lowing a four weeks illness. He
was well known here where he has
frequently visited.
Mattie Mae Powell
NOTARY PUBLIC
Building A Loan Office
Main Street
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a J Winners Last Week: r|
FIRST PRIZE—C. R. GROCE, Yadkinville
2ND PRiZE—BERTHA MAE TUCKER, Elkin
3RD PRIZE—MRS. WILMAR BROWN, Traphill
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Settle and
two sons, of Wilkesboro, were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Fulp, at their home on Elk Spur
Street.
Mrs Henry Hock of Salem, Vir
ginia, is spending the holidays
here the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad Hock and Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Laxton.
Claude McNeill, a student at
Wake Forest College, is spending
the holidays here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNeill,
on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Maguire of
Macon, Georgia, arrived Monday
to spend the holidays with Mr.
McGuire's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. O. McGuire on Gwyn Avenue.
Miss Amy Catherine Myers, a
student at Meredith College, Ral
eigh, is spending the holidays here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. N. Myers, on West Main street.
Miss Sallie Greene, a student at
Wheaton College, Mass., is spend
ing the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. GreeDe, at
Hotel Elkin.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fitzgerald
and daughter, Rebecca, will leave I
today for Newton and Asheville.j
where they will spend the holidays
with relatives.
Miss Elizabeth Anderson of the
local school faculty was called to |
her home at Mars Hill Saturday!
on account of the illness of her
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNeill and
family spent Sunday in Winston-
Salem, the guests of Rev. and Mrs.
James M. Hayes, the former a
brother of Mrs. McNeill.
Billy Jones, a student at Ten
nessee Military Academy, Sweet
water, Tenn., is spending the holi
days here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Jones, on West
Main street.
Dicky Shugart, a student at
Tennessee Military Academy,
Sweetwater, Tenn., arrived Friday
to spend the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. A. G. Click, at her
home on West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reich and
children, Patricia and Joan, of
Washington, D. C., have arrived to
spend the Christmas holidays with i
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McNeer and
W. S. Reich.
Herbert Graham, Jr., a student
at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, is
spending the Christmas holidays
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Graham, at their home
on Gwyn Avenue.
Charles Neaves, a student at
Woodberr> Forest School, Wood
berry fr-orest, Va., is spending the
holidays here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neaves, at
their home on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brewer and
children, Lucy and Charles, Jr.,
will leave this week for Hender
son, where they will spend the
holidays with Mrs. Brewer's
mother, Mrs. D. Boyd Kimball.
Miss Una Norman, a student
nurse at City Memorial Hospital,
Winston-Salem, and Miss Oleen
Norman, a student at Meredith
College, Raleigh, are spending the
holidays here with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman, on
Gwyn Avenue.
THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, SLKIN, NORTH CAROLINA
Russell Burcham, a student at
North Carolina State College,
Raleigh, is spending the liolidavs
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Burcham, at their
home oh Elk Spur Street.
The following members of the
school faculty left Wednesday for
the Christmas holidays in various
places: Miss Lucille Young to
Troutman; Miss Margaret Cragan
to Ruffin and Miss Rebecca Bo
hannon to Virgilina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Markham
and daughters, Hilda and Neva,
will leave the latter part of the
week for Chase City, Va. to spend
the holidays with Mrs. Markham's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Tombs.
Miss Lesbia Graham, a student
at the Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, is spending the holi
days here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. P . Graham, on Gwyn
Avenue.
Mrs. Clay Church and little son
of Marion, Virginia, arrived Sun
day to spend the with
her mother, Mrs. roatrice Myers
Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Church. Mr. Church will join
them the latter part of the week.
Miss Margaret Abernethy, a stu
dent at the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, is spending the holi- j
days with her parents, Dr. and
[Mrs. J. G. Abernethy on West-
Main street.
; Miss Margaret Sale, a member
of the Concord school faculty, and
Herman Sale, a student at North
| Carolina State College, Raleigh,
are spending the holidays here
with their mother, Mrs. W. S. Sale,
on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smith and
son, Tommy, of Lenoir, and Wm.
A. Jenkins, Jr., a student at Duke
University, Durham, will spend
the holidays here with their par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Jen
kins, at their home on Market
street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crews of
Henderson, and Mr. .and Mrs. C.
G. Armfield and daughter and
son, Betty and Charles, of Roan
oke, Va., will arrive this week to
spend the holidays with their
mother, Mrs. W. E. Paul, at her
home on Terrace Avenue.
Private T. W. Burch of the
United States Marine Corps,
Quantico, Va., arrived Sunday at
Rusk to spend the Christmas hol
idays with his mother, Mrs. Ila D.
Burch and family. Mrs. Burch also
had as her guest Monday and
i Tuvday her daughter, Miss Ra
chael Burch of Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Wallace of
Kapps Mill were called to Ral
eigh last week on account of the
illness and death of Mrs. Wallace's
I mother, Mrs. J. W. Mitchem.
I Mrs. Mitchem passed away on
I Sunday without ever regaining
I consciousness from a stroke of
! paralysis suffered the previous
Friday evening. The many friends
of Mrs. Mitchem in this section
will regret to hear of her death.
Grade Mothers Honor Seniors at
Party Tuesday
Mesdames Joe Bivins, F. 'W.
Graham and W. A. Finney, grade
mothers to the Senior class, hon
ored the thirty-two members of
the class at an enjoyable Christ
mas party Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Bivins on Gwyn
Avenue.
The home was decorated with
Christmas greenery and presented
a gala appearance.
A number of games and contests
were enjoyed and Bingo was also
played. Prizes went to Miss Helen
Dickerson, Dick Graham and Fred
Laffoon.
Each Senior was presented a
small remembrance and gifts were
exchanged among the seniors.
The gifts were distributed from a
beautiful decorated Christmas
tree.
Plum puddings were served.
WITH THE SICK
The following patients have
been admitted to the local hospit
al during the past week: Miles
Blackburn, Roaring River; Mrs.
Ada Freeman, Jonesville; Mrs.
Lottie Eskridge, Hemlock; Mrs.
Ethel Cothren. Traphill; Sam
Shore, Yadkinville; Allen Pardue,
Jonesville; Mrs. Ellen Tilley,
Roaring River; Willis Tucker,
Ronda; Ed Smith, Benham; Billy
Woodruff, Jonesville; Colon Tuck
er, Ronda; Mrs. Ima Holbrook,
Traphill; Mrs. Letha Starling,
Sturgills, Hugh Chatham, Elkin;
Mrs. Vonnie Shores, Boonville;
Elisha Isaacs, State Road.
Patients dismissed during the
week were: Mrs. Mozelle Shore,
Ronda; Mrs.- Adelia Burchette,
State Road; Mrs. Lottie Badgett,
White Plains; Stewart Scott,
Boone; Gurney Axsom, Elkin;
- Mrs. Anna White, State Road;
A. C. Shaw, Jonesville; Mrs. Iva
Sturgiss, Piney Creek; Laura
Masten, Elkin; Mrs. Lucille Black
burn, Jonesville; Mrs. Eula
Thompson, Glade Valley; Mrs.
Dovie Smith, Cycle; Prank Jester,
Joz.«svllle; Rev. Thomas Byrd,
Roaring River: Robert Lee Carter,
State Road; Mrs. Lelia Benton,
1 Jonesville; Miles Blackburn,
I Roaring River.
PENNEY STORE HERE
TO PAY NICE BONUS
A nice bonus will be paid em- I
->loyees of the J. C. Penney Co.
■store here this afternoon, It was j
learned Wednesday morning. The
bonus will be based upon the
length of time the various em- j
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ijw See Us For |
PFP| CHOCOLATE DROPS 2 LBS - 25 C I
«§pfl ORANGE SUCES •'• LB - W I
MF«' i SNAPPY MIX 2 Lbs 25 c 1
I |j£ PURE STICK CANDY — -*>*24? |
ill%, MIX NUTS LB -23 C |
A ENGLISH WALNUTS NO - 1 - - LB - 25 C |
IPBI LAYER RAISINS ----- 2 LB - 25 C I
FRUIT CAKE HOME MADE — LB - SO 6 1
iato 3 cans 20c |
>ice California —2 Cans 29c 1
SAT 2 & 25c I
iall Early June • 2 Cans 37c I
S Del Monte, Small Green 2 Cans 35c f
Del Monte LG. CAN ISC FFL
White House „4 Cans 27c I
' Red Ripe 3 Cans 25c 1
ows 2 LBS. 29c J
I L.eilUCe Iceberg 2 HEADS 25c FRESH SHIPMENT |
1 Celery Fancy STALK 10C ORANGES I
1 GRAPES 3 ns. 25c Tangerines 1
I Carrots 2BUNCHESISC Apples |
|f Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Squash, Spinach, Peppers See Us Before You Bu y 8
S TURKEYS, GUINEAS, DUCKS, FANCY WESTERN BEEF, LAMB, NATIVE jg
I MEATS THAT ARE GOOD. FRESH OYSTERS S
Elkin W i j 1 M jm IJfy rn I ijjji Bivins j£
Si N °* 2 ■JF* mJ. V JHfJf Jv m¥ M K| Foley
ployees have been with the store,
and will run as high as two full
week's pay. Everyone will receive
a bonus, including the extras who
do not work full time.
Several other local firms are
planning to give their employees
Christmas bonuses, it is under
stood, although up to the present
time The Tribune has received no
definite information as to when
or the amount.
ATKINSONS CONTRIBUTE
SIOO TO COLLEGE FUND
Greensboro, Dec. 22. A gift
of SIOO to the Sara Atkinson loan
fund at Woman's college has been
received by the class of '39 from
Mr- and Mrs. J. 8. Atkinson of
Elkin, parents of Miss Sara At
kinson, a member of the class,
who died last year after aa acci
dent at the college. The loan
i fund was established as a memor
ial >y her class, shortly after her
death, for the benefit of art stu
dents. i \4
    

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