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When Homer Edwards, 2411 Glenn
avenue, Winstbn-Salem, celebrated
his 22nd birthday Sunday the event
assumed proportions of more than
usual magnitude. An eight pound son,
Ralph Thomas, arrived shortly after
8 o'clock in the morning to make
of the occasion a dual celebration.
Miss Irene Reeves, of Whitehead,
left last week for Greensboro where
she will enter N. C. C. W. for the
Dr. T. R. Burgiss was a business
visitor in Charlotte Friday.
Miss Reba Doughton, of Laurel
Springs, was the guest of Miss Mar
garet Cheek Friday night.
Mesdames C. A. Reeves and T. R
Burgiss spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Reeves, of Laurel Springs.
Mrs. J. L. Doughton spent last
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Click, at Mocksville.
Mrs. Lester Irwin, who returned tc
the hospital at Elkin last week, it
Prof, and Mrs. C. R. Roe and chil
dren spent the week-end in Virginia.
Mr. Sam Turner of North Wilkes
boro, has been visiting in the homt
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Doughton.
Mr. Tam Bowie, of West Jefferson
was a visitor in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lipe, of Kannapolis
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Carson last
Mr. R. A. Wagoner was a busines:
visitor in Winston-Salem last week
Mr. and Mrs. Gayden Corpening
of Asheville, were guests of Mr. am
Mrs. Jay Hardin Sunday.
Mr. J. L. Williams, of South Caro
lina, is in town on business. *
Misses Madlyn Wagoner, Florence
Warren, and Mary Cecil Higgins en
tertained about eighteen friends at
the home of Miss Wagoner Saturday
Miss Lucile Pugh, of Whitehead,
who is in the hospital at Gastonia
Mrs. Beale Poole is visiting friend
in Mountain Park this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Poole, and Mis.
Wilma Porter of Pennsylvania, spent
Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Edwards.
Mrs. Sarah Jane Pruitt and Mr
and Mrs. Floyd Edwards, of Galax
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Choate
Mrs. David Kemper Kellogg am
daughters, Sarah Allison and Jani<
Early Kellogg of Richmond, Va., ant
Mrs. George L. Carter, of Washing
ton, D. C., were guests of Mrs. R. A
Doughton last week.
Mr. G. D. Brown, of Galax, spen
a few days here last week.
Frank Bennett, Jr., of Wadesboro,
has been visiting the family of Mrs
J. W. Hawthorne for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Berry attended
the minstrel at West Jefferson Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Greely Choate and
son, Roy, spent Sunday with Mr. ant
Mrs. Smith Nichols.
Dr. F. G. Woodruff, who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dun
can, returned to his home in High
Mr. Tillman and children, Pete, ant
Flossie, Miss Naomi Martin, Homei
Owens and Aunt and Marvin Mon
sees of Burlington, spent the week
end with Miss Hazel Burchette.
Mr. R. E. Scroggs of Waynesville
has returned to Sparta to complet'
the construction of the Sparta-Laure:
Mrs. J. L. Doughton accompanied
her sister home to Mocksville.
Mr. W. E. Graham is visiting hi:
family in Cleveland, O., this week.
Mrs. T. C. Hamilton and Mr. and
Mrs. V. G. Phipps of Winston-Salen
visited their mother, Mrs. W. R
Blackburn in Jefferson Sunday.
Miss Beatrice Thompkins, of En
nice, has been visiting her sister-in
law, Mrs. R. D. Thompkins.
Mrs. H. C. Cheek of Whitehead
spent the week-end in town.
Miss Maxie Jones, of Charlotte, is
the guest of Misses Grace and Mil
dred Taylor this week.
Miss Rosa Fender spent the week
end with Mrs. Edna Johnson at Mt.
Mrs. R. M. Osborne and daughters,
Maggie and Virginia, spent Sunday
with Mrs. M. V. Hopers, at Laurel
Mrs. Wayne Waddell left Friday
for Cleveland, O., where she will
join her husband, who has a position
Aunt Carolyn Cheek spent the
week-end with Mrs. Eugene Tran
Mr. Warden Cox, of Bridle Creek
Va., spent the week-end with rela
Rev. Vass of Woodlawn, Va., Mr
and Mrs. Hiram Edwards, Mr. anc
Mrs. J. M. Wagoner, Mr. and Mrs
Breece Caudill and baby, Mr. anc
Mrs. Glenn Nichols, Mr. and Mrs
Lonie Edwards and family of White
head, were visitors at Mr. and Mrs
John Choate’s Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Richardsor
have gone to Pilot Mountain when
he has accepted a position in Swan
son Drug store.
There was an old man of Dundee
Who always put sand in his tea;
He awoke with a shock
When he found that a rock
Had formed on the inside of he.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Poole and daugh
ter, Betty Ruth, and Miss Wilma
Porter who have been visiting friends
and relatives here, have returned to
their home in Pennsylvania.
Mr. H. G. and Hobert Billings of
Hanes, N. C., were in Sparta Satur
day on business.
Mr .Page Choate of Winston-Sa
lem, spent the week-end in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray yPhipps and
daughter, Jo Ann, spent the past
week in Winston-Salem.
In this week’s paper the Dalton
Warren Store is offering useful gifts
to those who purchase stated
amounts of merchandise from the
store on Saturdays.
Governor Doughton, Messrs. Sid
ney Gambill, Edwin Duncan, and D.
C. Duncan made a business trip Tues
day to Galax, Hillsville, and Mt.
Miss Janie Harris, of North Wilkes
boro, spent the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Harris.
Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Yale visited Mrs,
M. E. Harris during the week-end
Subscribers to The Times are eli
gible for free gifts at Smithoy’s
Store each week. Watch the adver
Mrs. Mentora Ratledge, of Mocks
ville, spent a week with her sister, '
Mrs. J .L. Doughton.
Mrs. J. R. Rector has just return
ed from the Elkin hospital where
she underwent an operation.
Mr. J. L. Click, of Mocltsville,
ipent a few hours in Sparta this
W. M. S. Meeting
The W. M. S. of the Sparta Baptist
church held its regular monthly
meeting Thursday afternoon, Septem
ber 14th at the home of Mrs. P. L.
Mrs. R. D. Gentry, leader for the
afternoon, conducted the devotional
using as her subject “The I Ams”
from St. John. Mrs. J. L. Underwood
closed the exercises with prayer.
The program topic was “The Word
if God in the French Country.” The
following members took part and
gave interesting discussions of the
subject: Mrs. Amos Wagoner, Mrs.
Jnderwood, Mrs. Lula Choate and
Mrs. D. C. Bledsoe.
During the business session the
personal service work for the coming
month was discussed. The Society
voted to hold the State Mission Stud
jointly with the regular October
monthly meeting. This program will
be held at the church October 12th.,
with Mrs. W. E. Maxwell, leader. Mrs.
Guy R. Duncan was elected publicity
chairman to fill the vacancy left by
Mrs. Finis Wagoner.
A delightful Social period was Al
loyed with the hostess serving de
.icious refreshments to the twelve
members and one visitor present.
Vlissionary Society Meets
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Methodist church held the regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Lola
White with twelve members present.
Mrs. J. T. Inskeep presided over the
devotionals and business. Plans were
discussed for heating the parsonage.
Mrs. George Cheek had charge of
the study topic and a very interesting
program on “Conditions in Japan”
The hostess served delicious re
fresments during the social hour
which followed. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. Jno.
Cheek, with Mrs. George Cheek as
joint hostess and Mrs. C. W. Higgins
GLADE VALLEY NEWS
Since the high school opened Sept.
5th the folowing students have en
rolled: William Brown, Washington,
D.C., Maude Stidham, Norton, Va.,
Ross Jones, Roy Richardson, Furches,
N.C., Leola Robinson, Charlotte, ~N.
C., and L. G. Heuser, Max Meadows,
Va. The school has full enrollment
and girls dormitory filled to capacity.
The Arthur Walker Literary Socie
ty met last Saturday night and elec
ted the following officers: Chas. Ri
chardson, president; Richard Orborn,
vice president; and Nina Shoaf, Se
cretary and treasurer. The society
will have a program every Saturday
night, consisting of debates, music,
current news, recitations and decla
The Glade Valley ball team crossed
bats with Sparta highs last Friday
with a score of 2 to 4 in favor of the
Glade Valley boys. The batteries for
G. V., Park and Heuser.
Marine Corps Wants Young
Men For Enlistment
SAVANNAH, GA., SEPT. 15- The
Savannah Marine Corps Recruiting
Station, located in the Post-office
Building, has been authorized to en
list fifty men per month during the
balance of this year it has been an
nounced by Liet. Col. A. B. Drum,
Officer in charge.
Only young men with a minimum
of high school education between the
ages of 18 and 30 years are eligible
It has been further announced by
Col. Drum that the ninety four men
accepted for enlistment from Virgin
ia, North and South Carolina, Flori
• da, and Eastern Georgia at the Sa
■ vannah Office during March and
April have completed their prelimi
nary training at the Marine Base
, Paris Island, S. C., and transferred
throughout the Marine Corps anc
are now serving in every post statior
and ship detachments where Mar
The United States Govern
ment granted Liggett & Myers
Tobacco Company the right to
use "Chesterfield” for cigarettes
THIS means that the Chesterfield
formula—that is, the leaf and
the manufacturing formula—is dif
ferent from that of other cigarettes.
For a cigarette to be milder and
to taste better, it has to have in it
ripe, mild, mellow tohacco, and the
right quantity of the right kinds of
Turkish tobacco. Then the cigarette
has to be made right.
You can prove for yourself that
Chesterfields are not like other ciga
rettes. They’re milder... they taste
tA&ci&areffe tfuzit tastes better
© 1933, Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
The County Board of Commission
ers will receive sealed bids for 35
cords of 16-inch round hardwood the
first Monday in October. Bids will be
opened at 2:00 P. M.
The Edwards Transportation Bus
will leave West Jefferson via Sparta
for Bel Air, Md., on Sept. 22nd, at
7 o’clock a. m. Fare $8 one way, $14
round trip. For information write:
W. Bert Edwards, Darlington, Md. tf.
FOR SALE—6 room house and one
acre of land; good orchard, good
water; reasonable price. Small down
payment, terms. A. V. Millsaps,
Glade Valley,. N. C. 2t-pd.
DR. M. A. ROYALL,
Elkin, N. C.
in diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
Reins - Sturdivant
Ambulance Service Day or
SPARTA, N. C.
22- TELEPHON E-22
12 MONTHS WRITTEN GUA
$4.50 to 5.90
Alleghany Motor Sales,
Sparta, N. C.
“The Place For Bargains”
7:00 A. M. To 7:00 P. M. DAILY
7:00 A.M., TO 9:00 P.M. SATURDAY
N R A
begins Monday, September 25th. We invite
each one who comes to Sparta to visit our Store. Make your
headquarters with us. Look through our merchandise and see for
yourself just how much you can Save on SHOES, CLOTHES, PIECE
GOODS, and ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES AND FEEDS.
We will have plenty of clerks to show you our Entire Stock
and fill your orders at once . . . Our business is to sell the people
of Alleghany County good new merchandise at the lowest possible
price and to pay the Farmers the Highest Cash Prices they can ob
tain anywhere for their Produce.
SPECIALS FOR COURT WEEK—
ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE
LADIES’ FALL AND WINTER COATS
CHILDREN’S RAIN COATS.
2 Pounds Pure Coffee .. 25c.
6 1-4 tbs. Rice, . 25c.
4 lbs. Lard, .29c.
8 tbs. Lard, ..57c#
(If Mrs. M.
L. Goodman will present a clipping of this Ad At Our Store, she will receive 5 lbs. Sugar Free.) J|