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    News of Jonesville
Miss Virginia Lineberry, Editor Phone 44-M
Announcement was made Sun
day of the engagement of Miss
TJiHan Miles, pf Greensboro, to
Mr. Bonnie C. Brown, of this city
and Greensboro, which will take
place in January.
Miss Magdalene Martin spent
the week-end in Winston-Salem,
with Miss Irene Smith.
Members of the Baptist church
will present their cantata on
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Sunday evening at the regular
church hour, 7:30. Everyone is
urged to attend.
Mrs. Ivory Johnson and. Miss
Evelyn Arnold spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman
spent Sunday in Dobson, visiting
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hinshaw
and children, of Yadkinville, vis
ited Mrs. John Arnold here Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. Ivory Johnson, Miss Eve
lyn Arnold, and Messrs. Stanford
Brown and Leon Martin attended
the reading of Charles Dickens'
Christmas carols by Dr. Koch,
which was held in the Reynolds
auditorium in Winston-Salem,
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Finney and Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Finney, the latter
of Elkin, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Cheeks, in Winston-Salem
The intermediate boys and
girls of the Baptist church will
sing Christmas carols next Mon-
day evening, in this' community,
directed by their leader, Mr. Fred
A. Lineberry. Everyone wishing
the group to sing at their home
is requested to place a candle in
their window.
Miss Agnes Pardue and Messrs.
Roland Lancaster and Clay Felts
visited Miss Rachel Kelly in
Ronda, Sunday.
Mr. Mack Sprinkle returned
Tuesday from Hugh Chatham
Memorial Hospital, his many
friends will be glad to know.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paris, of
West Yadkin, were visitors here
Master Walter Weaver and
Mrs. Mamie Apperson, who are
patients in the local hospital, are
recovering nicely.
Alda Grayson Y. W. A. Meets
Tuesday Night
The Alda Grayson Y. W. A. of
the Baptist church met Tuesday
night at the home of Mrs. Ray
Favorite Christmas carols of
each member were sung by the
group at the opening of the pro
gram. "Salvation and the Star,"
with Miss Evelyn Arnold in
charge. The scripture readings
were read responsively. Virginia
Lineberry and Evelyn Arnold pre
sented the conditions and needs
of the foreign nations. Pauline
Gilliam gave a Christmas story,
"Merry Christmas to All."
During the business period,
which was presided over by the
president, Virginia Linebrry, new
officers for the year were elected
as follows: Evelyn Arnold, presi
dent: Virginia Wright, vice-presi
dent; Pauline Gilliam, secretary
treasurer; Virginia Lineberry,
personal service chairman; Mrs.
Ray Smith, program chairman,
and Miss Bertha Adams, leader.
Members of the Eller Memorial
Sunday school class were present
and they had their regular class
meeting after the Y. W. A. pro
gram. Mra. Ray Smith, presi
dent, presided during the busi
ness period, durjng which plans
were made to take baskets to
needy families during Christmas
Refreshments were served dur
ing social hour.
Annual Week of Prayer
Held Thursday Evening
The annual week of prayer was
held Thursday evening, at the
Baptist church, with members of
the Y. W. A., G. A., and both
missionary circles present.
Mrs. M. A. Holcomb, leader of
the girls' auxiliary, directed a
program, which was presented by
members of the G. A. The open
ing song was "Hark, the Herald
Angels Sing." Miss Betha Adams
was in charge of the devotionals.
Mrs. Ivory Johnson, in her part,
presented the needs of foreign
nations. Miss Cornelia Lineberry
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At the conclusion of the pro
gram a special offering, which is
called the "Lottie Moon" offering,
was taken, with members of each
organization contributing.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marion, Sr.,!
visited Mr. Marion's mother on
her 72nd birthday in Winston-j
Salem Sunday.
Rev. A. B. Hayes filled his reg- j
ular appointment at Little Rich
mond Baptist church Saturday
evening and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd Dodson,
of Union Cross, spent the week
end here the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Port Dodson.
Mr. and Mrs. Pox White, of
Statesville, spent the week-end
here as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson Stanley.
Mr. C. C. Humphries, who has
been the superintendent of the
Little Richmond Sunday school
for the past three years, resigned
Sunday. He and his family are
moving to Richmond, Va., the lat
ter part of this month.
Rev. T. S. Draughn, of Crutch
field, will fill his regular appoint
ment at the Friendship Baptist
church Saturday evening and at
the 11 o'clock hour Sunday. The
public is cordially invited to at
. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Flincham
and family were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Anthony,
of Crutchfield, Sunday.
Rev. R. W. Calloway, of Moun
tain Park, will fill his regular ap
pointment at Fairview Baptist
church Sunday. The public is in
B. Y. P. U. class at Union
Cross will have a program and
Christmas tree at 6 o'clock Sun
day evening and there will be a
special program Wednesday
morning and communion Wed
nesday night. The Rev. C. M.
JCaudill, of Mountain View, will
Mr. Omar Sprinkle, who has
been a patient in the Chatham
Memorial hospital, will be per
mitted to come home this week,
his friends will be glad to learn.
There will be a Christmas tree
with exercises held at Bethel
church Sunday evening, Decem
ber 22, beginning at 7 o'clock.
There will be a speaker here for
the service and the pastor will be
with us. The public is invited to
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mathis en
tertained at dinner at their home
here last Monday evening in hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mathis,
the former their son, having their
immediate family as guests. Mr.
and Mrs. Mathis were married
December 5. The bride is the
former Miss Dorothy Coram, of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Triplette
and babies, Ethel and Estell, were
the dinner guests of the former's
sister and family the second Sun
day, Mrs. Hubert Wolfe, of Jones
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Eu
gene Jones and Othel Osborne
visited relatives in Winston-Sa
lem last Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Hemric enter
tained at a quilting party at her
home here last Tuesday.
Rev. J. A. Gllley suffered right
much last week from an infec
tion in his hand.
A tractor ran over Mr. J. C.
Morrison's foot which was a pain
ful accident from which he has
been suffering.
The Ronda singing convention,
previously announced to be held
at Swan Creek church Sunday,
December 29, has been postponed
until the first fifth Sunday in
1941, according to the chairman,
W. H. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Walls, of
Ronda, visited friends here Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. J. R. Calloway is spending
some time with her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Melton, and Mr. Mel
ton, In Elkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mathis had
as their week-end guests their
son, Mr. Jesse Mathis, and Miss
Rose Moser, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Watson, of Lenoir. Misses
Ruth and Thelma Wells visited
them Sunday also.
Mr. J. A. Calloway left Mon
day to spend the holidays with
his daughter, Mrs. R. M. Edwards,
and Mr. Edwards, in Charlotte.
The Dixie String Band will ap
pear at Clingman school house
Saturday, December 21. 7:30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Melton, of
Elkin, announce the birth of a
son December 16. Mrs. Melton is
the former Miss Sara Calloway,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Calloway.
Little Doris and Philip Mathis
spent the week-end with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Miss Elizabeth Burchette, of
Ronda, spent Friday night with
her cousin, Grace Burchette.
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Thursday, December 19, 1940

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