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Mrs. Paul B. Folger was host
ess to her contract club Tuesday
evening. High score prize went
to Mrs. Emma Mock, and runner
up to Mrs. B. F. Folger. At the
end of the progressions Mrs. Fol
ger served tempting refreshments.
Atty. Wade B. Hampton, of
Washington, D. C., was the guest
of his mother, Mrs. Emma Hamp
ton, for several days last week,
returning to Washington Monday.
The Dobson school fair was a
great success, both in entertain
ment and financially. All pro
ceeds will go to the school for
better equipment and various
necessities. The room exhibits
were of high order, showing tact
and talent. Miss Emma Comer,
fourth grade teacher, won the
grammar grade prize on "The
Flag." Mrs. W. B. Stone, teach
er of the third grade, won the
primary grade prize on "The
Grocery Store," and Mrs. W. E.
Hancock won high school prize
on "Science." Miss Comer also
won the grand prize. Booths of
fishing, candy, fortune telling
and bingo drew large crowds, as
did the minstrel show. Large
crowds attended both days.
A fiddlers convention was held
in the school auditorium Satur
day evening, for the benefit of
Mrs. Taylor, of Alleghany coun-
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ty, Is visiting her son, Mr. E. L.
Taylor, ftni family, and daugh
ter, Mrs. J. Jordan Douglass, on
The wedding of Miss Thelma
Comer to Mr. Raymond Richards,
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Folger Saturday morning was
beautiful in its simplicity. One
side of the living room was bank
ed with white pines as a back
ground for candelabra, and huge
baskets of white dahlias and fern,
in colors of green and white to
form the sacred altar. Lohen
grin's wedding march was play
ed by Miss Lucille Freeman. Rev.
Thomas P. Carney, of the Cath
olic church, performed the im
pressive ceremony. \ Miss Clara
Freeman attended the bride, and
Mr. Herman Coe entered with
The bride was attired in a go
ing away black dress, with a
shoulder corsage of white rose
buds and gardenias. The happy
couple left immediately, under
showers of rice, for parts un
known. Mrs. Folger served cake
and cream to the relatives of the
bride and a few friends.
Mrs. Richards is the daughter
of Mr. Robert Comer, of Dohson,
and holds a position with the
school faculty at Southport. Mr.
Richards' home is at Erie, Penn.,
and he is on the faculty at Laurel
Mrs. Ed Woltz, of Raleigh, and
Mrs. Wilbur Currie, of Carthage,
spent Sunday afternoon with
Miss Emma Comer.
Mrs. John Comer and Miss
Julia Comer returned Friday
from Bluefield, W. Va., where
they visited last week with the
family of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Mrs. Emma Hampton and sons,
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tickets each, good for admission to the Elk and Lyric theatres, if they will call in person at The
Tribune. Next week The Tribune photographer is going gunning for farmers. If you are a farmer,
watch for photo here. Maybe you will get free tickets.
Wade and Henry Hampton, at
tended the birthday of Mr. Wil
son Reece, Sunday at his home
near Mt. Airy.
Jesse Trevathan, Jr., student
at the Appalachian Training
school at Boone, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and
•Mrs. Jesse Trevathan.
Miss Nancy Howell, of Hamlet,
is visiting Miss Eugenia Reid in
the Reid apartments.
Mrs. Maggie Knuckles and
daughter, Phyllis, of Scottville,
spent last week with Mrs. W. E.
Mr. Lewis Trevathan, student
at State College, spent the week
end with his parents in Dobson.
Misses Betty and Emma Jane
Linville visited friends in Raleigh
Miss Minnie Williams, of Ra
leigh, spent last Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wil
Miss Ruth Nixon, of Boone,
spent last Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Nixon.
Mr. Charles Swift spent a
short time at Taylorsville last
Mr. Jim Sprinkle, of Roanoke,
Va., spent last week-end with
L- Mr. Henry Tuell, of Hemphill,
W. Va., spent last week-end with
Mrs. A. P. Kinzie, of Salem,
Va., spent last week-end here
Mr. and Mrs. Linville Hendren,
of Elkin, visited relatives here
Mr. E. W. Walters returned
home from Baptist hospital last
Thursday where he has been a
patient for the past ten days. His
condition is much improved, his
many friends will be glad to
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Johnson
left last Monday to make their
home in Burlington. Their many
friends regret to see them leave.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swift and
Miss Thelma Cockerham visited
Mrs. J. P. Haymore and family,
of Cross Roads, last Sunday.
Mr. R. W. Walters, of Mount
Airy, visited friends here last
The Mountain Park Home
Demonstration club members met
Monday, October 7, at 2 o'clock
in the club room, with Miss
Stacey Swift as hostess.
The president, Mrs. Paul
Burch, presided over the meeting.
Mrs. Albert Linville read the
minutes and glare the treasurer's
report. Sixteen! members were
present. A report was given of
the county council meeting held
in Mrs. Grace P. Brown's office
at Dobson Wednesday, October 2.
At this meeting it was voted for
jthe clubs to take clothing as their
major project for the coming two
Mrs. Grace P. Brown gave a
helpful demonstration on table
setting and service.
The annual canning contest
was held. The requirements were:
1 quart each of fruit, meat and
vegetables. Mrs. Corbet Cocker
ham won first place.
The next meeting will be held
November 6 at 2 o'clock in the
club room. All members are
urged to be present and bring a
pie to enter in the pie contest.
At the conclusion of the pro
gram the hostess served tempt
A foods leader school was con
ducted Wednesday, October 2,
beginning at 10:30 o'clock in
Mrs. Grace P. Brown's office at
Miss Sallie Brooks, assistant
Extension nutritionist, gave help
ful ideas and demonstrations of
several new dishes, including
creamed vegetables and candied
potatoes with apples. At the con
clusion of Miss Brooks' demon
strations the members present
visited the room where the mat
tresses are being made. This
was very interesing.
Rev. Eli Jordan preached a
very inspiring sermon Sunday on
"Service to Others."
Mrs. Joe Norman was called to
Rockford Monday because of the
serious illness of her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Helena Wellborn, of State
Store Was Overwhelm
TO THE THOUSANDS WHO VISITED US
UPON OUR OPENING, WE EXPRESS
Although we expected many to visit us Saturday upon the opening of our
new store, the thousands who came to see and to express-their compli
ments was beyond our fondest hopes.
That we are proud of our new store goes without saying. That we are
proud of your wholehearted reception, and sincerely appreciate the gen
erosity of your compliments and expressions of good will, is what we are
trying to put over in this message.
Elkin and this entire section has been good to us since the inauguration of
our business here. And we pledge that we will continue to strive to give
you the kind of service, the type of store and the high quality in merchan
dise that you have every right to expect.
Again may we say—THANK YOU!
W. M. WALL
ELKIN'S LEADING JEWELER
Phone 56 Elkin, N. C.
Zip—"How much Is one and a
Ziz—"Eighteen of course."
Surely Was Old
Tommy—"l wonder how old
Mrs. Smith is?"
Jimmy—"She must be pretty
old. Thejf say she used to teach
Road, is spending some time with
her nephew, I. Q. Wallace.
The Loyal Workers teams of
East El kin Baptist church met at
Doyle Newman's home on Chat
ham street Tuesday. The meet
ing was presided over by Rev.
Plincham, president. Boyce Hin
son read the scripture. Jack
Powers led in prayer and Bible
stories were told by Tommy
Parker. Refreshments were serv
Rev. J. L. Powers, our pastor,
filled his regular appointment at
Mt. Hermon Sunday. His text
was "God in the Burning Bush."
He preached a wonderful sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Newman
spent Sunday in the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Richard Day at
Mr. Garland Dezern, of Pilot
Mountain, was the guest of Rev.
Plincham Friday night.
The W. M. U. of our church at
tended the W. M. U. rally at
North Wilkesboro Tuesday.
The G. A. girls of our church
held their meeting in the home of
Miss Ina Mcßride Friday night.
The meeting was presided over
by Mrs. G. W. Creed, the presi
dent, and a good meeting was
Up to sixteen, a lad is a Boy
Scout. After sixteen, he becomes
a girl scout!
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Thursday, October 17, 1940
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