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LITTLE PINE NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Connie McMillan and
children, of Nathan’s Creek, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Handy Sunday
and Sunday night.
Mr. Gilbrt Edwards and family, of,
Oxford, Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. |
Mack Wagoner Thursday. 1
Mrs. Celia Wright and son, J. R.,
visitd Mrs. Berta Handy Sunday.
Mr. Everette Handy made a busi
ness trip to Ahe County last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gamette Smith re
turned home Friday after spending a
week at his father’s at Cherrylane.
Mr. J. T. Greene spent Sunday with
his son, Mr. Lester Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Handy spent
Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Handy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. TompKins spent
Thursday night with their daughter,
Mrs .Lester Greene.
Miss Ruby Higgins was the guest
of Misses Nellie and Emma Lea Wa
goner Sunday night.
Miss Emma Lea Wagoner is spend
ing this week with her sister, Mrs.
J. C. Caudill, of Whitehead.
Miss Reva Greene returned home
Sunday after a three weeks visit with
her aunt, Mrs. R. M. Holloway, at
Cherrylane. She was accompanied
home by Miss Mae Smith.
Elder W. H. Handy preached an
interesting sermon at Little Pine
Sunday.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gar
nette Smith Sunday afternoon were:
Miss Mae Smith, Misses Reva, Cleta,
and Zelma Greene, Miss Zola Cheek,
Messrs. Carlie Lowe, Herbert Royal,
and Ray Crouse. __
Miss Zola Cheek entertained a
number of her friends Saturday night
at a pie party. Mrs. Elsie Wagoner
won the first prize for the best pie
and Mrs. Dora Smith, the second
prize. Those present reported a nice
time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Collins spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Handy and son,
Billy, spent Saturday night at Ever
ette Handy’s.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wagoner and
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wagoner went
to New Salem Sunday to attend the
service.
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Wright gave their young friends a
very delightful social. Music was
furnished by Mrs. James Wagoner
and Mr. Lloyd Chappel. All reported
a nice time.
Miss Zola Cheek spent Friday ev
ening with Miss Cleta Greene.
Miss Opal Greene is spending a few
days with her aunt, Mrs. Lela
Wright.
Mr. Lawrence Greene, who has
been confined to his bed for several
years, is slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Wagoner and
son, Robt. Mack, spent Sunday even
ing at Fred Handy’s.
Miss Reva Greene visited Misses
Hallie and Sadie Haris Monday even
ing.
MOUNT ZION NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Shepherd and
daughter, Julia, W. R. Jones, Mrs.
W. H. Weaver, Mrs. Sarah Williams,
and Rev. Marshall visited at S. E.
Smith’s last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pugh, Troy
Pugh, and Ethel Pugh, visited at S.
E. Smith’s Wednesday night.
H. Clay Smith and George Smith
were at S. E. Smith’s Thursday mor
ning.
Mrs. Sarah Williams spent a few
days last week at S. E. Smith’s.
H. Clay Smith made a business
trip to Piney Creek Thursday.
Several from here attended the re
vival conducted by Rev. O. W. Mar
shall at Rocky Ridge last week.
Claude J. Smith visited at C. E.
Jones’ last Wednesday.
A revival meeting will begin at
Mt. Zion church the third Sunday
night in September. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
Carl and Ray Hampton, of Strat
ford, were at W. F. Pugh’s Thurs
day.
Charlie Edwards was in this com
munity buying lambs last week.
R. Lee Smith, of Dawson, Ala.,
visited W. R. Jones and W. F. Pugh
last Wednesday.
W. R. Jones visited his daughter,
Mrs. E. D. Jones, at West Jefferson
a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Brantley Taylor, Robert Ble
vins, Blan Sturgill, and Miss Mozelle
Blevins were at C. W. Cox’s one night
last week.
Mrs. Mary Cox, who has been con
fined to her bed at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, of Grant,
Va., is reported to be improving.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Smith and
children, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith,
Mr. Bill Williams, W. H. Weaver, and
Rev. O. W. Marshall visited at S. E.
Smith’s Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Shepherd and
Claude J. Smith were in West Jeffer
son Friday.
Mr. R. Lee Smith, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in the
communityy, returned to his home in
Dawson, Ala., Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Shepherd, R.
Lee Smith, and Claude J. Smith vi
sited for a few minutes with Mr. and
Mrs. Carson Keyes, of Nathans Creek
Miss Madge Jones, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones, of
West Jefferson, returned home Fri
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Shepherd,
Mrs. E. D. Jones, and Miss Madge
Jones went to Blowing Rock Rriday
afternoon.
Mr. Page Smith, of Nathans Creek,
visited relatives in the community
Saturday afternoon and Sunday.
Miss Ethel Pugh visited Mrs. Mat
tie Smith Sunday.
Clarence Cox, of Galax, is spending
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Cox, near Scottville.
Misses Olga Lee Caudill and Zenna
Crouse spent the week-end with Mrs.
H. Clay Smith.
Vern and Billy Shepherd took sup
per with Howard Smith Saturday.
Mr. Ray Hampton and son, Fred,
of Stratford, were at S. E. Smith’s
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Douglas, of
Piney Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Pugh ^Saturday night and
Sunday.
Miss Aileene Perry, of Piney Creek
is spending a few days with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Perry, of Peden.
George F. Smith visited his mother,
Mrs. Rebecca Smith, Sunday.
J. Paul Allen, of Peden, visited at
C. W. Cox’s Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Boone visited Mrs. Troy
Pugh Sunday.
Several from here visited the ball
game at Scottville Saturday after
noon.
Bob Jones, R. A. Jones, and Dan
Jones, of Scottville, and Cox Shep
herd, of near here, are planning to
leave for Twin Falls, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Hampton, of
Piney Creek, and Rev. Lee A. Hamp
ton, of Stratford, left Tuesday to vi
sit relatives in the Shenandoah Val
ley, Ohio, and Maryland. They expect
to be gone about ten days.
Logene Pugh is spending a few
days with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cox, of Furches.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Shepherd and
daughter and J. F. Shepherd made a
business trip to Winston-Salem Mon
day.
LAUREL SPRINGS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens en
tertained guests from Greensboro
over the week-end.
Miss Blanche Billings, who under
went an operation two weeks ago, is
doing nicely and expects to have her
tonsils removed in another week.
Several from here attended the mu
sic festival at White Top last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw Meyers,
Miss Viola Roberts, who is visiting
her parents on a short stay from
New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer
Fender enjoyed a camping trip this
week-end.
A double-header ball game will be
played between Scottsville and Lau
rel Springs Saturday. A large crowd
is expected.
STRATFORD NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnson and
daughter, Miss Bettie, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Hartsog and baby, of Clifton,
Ashe county, spent a short while at
Shiloh and Elk Creek Sunday.
Mr. McKinley Stedham who has
been in California for the last few
years, is visiting relatives. here.
Mrs. Florence Billings and son,
Dean, of Hanes, is spending a few
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Atwood.
Grover Enogier spent last week
with Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Duncan at
Hooker.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fender and
Elder Roberts spent Saturday night
wfth Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Richardson.
Mrs. H. D. Estep is just alive at
this writing, Monday, August 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Crouse and
family of Maryland, with the other
children who live near, are at her
bedside.
In our news last week when nam
ing the musicians who played at G.
O. Edwards’ social on the evening
of August 5th, we failed to get Mr.
Willie Williams’ name. Since Mr. Wil
liams is a very talented violinist and
his music was so much appreciated
ve wish to corect the error.
Mrs. Carrie Irwin, who has been
n the Elkin hospital for several
veeks, returned home near Twin
Daks Sunday. Mrs. Irwin is recover
ng very slowly and is expecting to
'o back soon for further treatment.
Dr. L. C. Cox, of Clovis, New Mexi
:o, is visiting his father and mother,
Ar. and Mrs. W. E. Cox, at this time.
WHITEHEAD NEWS
A large crowd attended the com
munion services at New Salem Fri
day.
Miss Nellie Brooks, of Cherrylane,
spent last week with her aunt, Mrs.
J. R. Rector.
Mrs. Ellie Moxley and little daugh
ter, Kathleen, of Forest Hill, Md.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Cleary.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bilings and
daughter, Ama, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Wishon and children, of High Point,
visited in this community last week.
Those visiting at Luther Joines
Saturday night were: Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Waddell, Rev. Coy Walker,
Misses Boyde and Gene Cleary,
Messrs. Roy Wagoner, Roy Caudill,
and Platt Waddell.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox and son,
of Stratford, visited at Clifford Hollo
way’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wagoner, of
Cherrylane, visited at J. R. Rector’s.
FURCHES NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Delp visited at
Mrs. Delp’s father’s during the week
end.
Mrs. Floyd Roupe is reported some
what improved.
Mrs. Carl Brown, of Turkey Knob,
visited relatives here this week-end.
A number from this community at
tended the ball game at Scottville
Saturday.
Mr. Bruce Finney has been employ
ed with his father at Independence
for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Richardson visit
ed at R. B. Petty’s Sunday.
Farmers in this community are
very busy with their hay.
Mr. J. A. Irwin is able to be out
again.
Mr. John M. Tucker, our rural mail
carrier, who has been ill for some
time, is improving.
Miss Sallie Andrews and Mr. Leon
ard Faller, of Nathans Creek, were
married Saturday, August 12. Many
friends and relatives wish them a
long and happy life.
Those visiting at Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Rose's Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Dancy and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Major Mabe, of Laurel
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hill,
Messrs. Willie Nobblet, Cleve Rose,
Jack Taylor, Frederick Rosendale,
and Roy Richardson.
Rev. T. M. Hayes filled his regular
appointment at Belview Saturday
night and Sunday.
j Miss Maxie Jones, of Charlotte, is
spending a few days with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, of
Laurel Springs, spent last Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson.
Mr. E. Woodie visited at John
Richardson’s Sunday.
1 Mr. Tom Church visited at Jack
' Taylor’s Sunday afternoon.
| Mrs. Estelle McGrady, after spend
1 ing a few weeks with her mother,
Mrs. L. A. Rose, left Sunday morn
ing for Durham, where she has been
making her home.
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Sparta, N. C.
Piney Creek Route 1 News
(By Wilma Crouse.)
V/int Ward and Lester Phipps
made a business trip to West Jeffer
son and North Wilkesboro last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Vanhoy and
daughters, Blanche and Viola, visited
at Mrs. A. J. Ward’s Saturday night.
Miss Ruth Ward, Wint and Kyle F.
Ward, Melvin Crouse, Wilma and
Robert Crouse attended the White
Top Music Festival Saturday.
Wilma Crouse, Kenneth and Bar
bara Phipps visited Mrs. L. P. Van
hoy Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mitchell and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Mitchell attended the Music Festival
Sparta Produce Market
Quotations furnished as applying
on Wednesday of each week, by
Smithey’s.
Chickens, 2x/2 to 3V2.10c to 12c.
Old hens, heavy ....10c.
Eggs, .......... 13c.
Potatoes, No. 1.90c. bus.
Potatoes, No. 2...40c. bus
Dried fruit, nice and dry.4c. !b.
Dark fruit ..3c. lb.
Rye .. 75c. bus.
Wheat . 90c. bus.
Onions ...1 % c. pd. .
Dr. W. B. Reeves
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
of Norfolk, Va.
Will Be In Sparta At Office Of
Er. C. A, Reeves
MONDAY AUG. 21st
One day only
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
AUGUST SPECIALS
50-tb special Cotton Mattresses, filled with new cot
ton. Varied patterns, $8.50 values for.$6.50
GUITARS— VIOLINS — BANJOS
Very best quality at lowest prices
PORCELAIN TOP TABLES—A convenience for your
kitchen. $6.00 value for.$4.75
Fine Hand-made Bed Spreads.
Large Roomy Medicine Cabinets with mirror
$5.00 values, ....$2.50 to $3.50
Wool face 27x52 Rugs. $2.50 value for.$1.75
Gold Seal Linoleum Rugs, 3 ftx6 ft. $2.50 value $1.50
Occasional Rockers—American Walnut—auto type,
colored tapestry cushions, just the thing for the fire
side. $7.00 values. Special at.$5.50
Carthastan Wool-faced Rugs—look well—wear well.
Self-cushioning. Beautiful patterns, 9x12 size
$20 values, for . $13.50
5-Piece Living Room Suite, 2 rockers, 2straight chairs,
1 settee. $37.50 value, ...$32.50
Furnish your home at these depression prices. The
markets are rapidly advancing. Present stock- cannot
be. replaced at these prices. See me and save money
on your Home Furnishings.
Sparta Furniture Co.
A. L. Rector, Mgr. Sparta, N. C.
Sell Your Livestock Thru The
WYTHEVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET
LOCATED IN VVYTHEHVI LLE, VA., Near N.4W. Ry. Depot
SALE EVERY TUESDAY, AT 1:00 P. M.
We will have a weekly market for all classes of livestock, cat
tle, lambs, veal, calves and hogs.
We have new stock pens, latest Fairbanks scales, and have
plenty of room under shed to handle all classes of live stock.
All stock must be in Pens before noon on the sale day in order
that it may be weighed, graded and got ready for sale. Bring in
your stock we will have buyers for it
All stock sold at auction. For further information phone 44
or call and see us. We sell everything Tuesday.
WYTHEVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET, Inc.
| L. S. Hamilton, President PHONE 44.
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