October 14-20, 1951 

Three new stained-glass windows were dedicated at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Reidsville. 

The windows were given in honor of Mrs. George Lee Irvin and her late husband by their six children. Mrs. Irvin, the former Jane Bethel Galloway, is the second-oldest living member of the St. Thomas parish, to which four generations of her family have belonged. 

Mr. Irvin, a prominent businessman, was a Presbyterian. 

The new altar windows replace the nearly plain, tinted windows that were a part of the original church structure. 

The Reidsville Junior Chamber of Commerce has given $250 checks to the Annie Penn Memorial Hospital building fund and to a fund for providing a Bible teacher for Reidsville city schools. ... Delphine Wall, a 5-foot-5, blond-haired, head cheerleader and a forward on the girl's basketball team, was elected Homecoming Queen in a beauty contest at Madison High School that raised almost $300 for the school's athletic commission. Runners-up were Shirley Collins, Faye Shelton and Maxine Joyce. ... The Reidsville High Golden Lions edged Hanes High of Winston-Salem 6-0 on a 58-yard first quarter pass play from Boyd Hooper to Jimmy Harbison. 

Tobacco prices are up on Rockingham County markets. Some recent daily averages: $49.92 in Stoneville; $48.72 in Madison; $52.63 in Reidsville. ... A new petition is being circulated for incorporation of Spray after an earlier petition with 1,696 names was ruled invalid by the State Municipal Board of Control in Raleigh because it contained signatures of people living outside the area proposed for incorporation. ... The Rev. J.H. Armbrust has been reassigned to Main Street Methodist Church in Reidsville by the Methodist Conference. He ended his first stay at the church 10 years ago and returns after four years at a Monroe church. 

At the grocery: 8 O'clock coffee, 77 cents a pound. 

Vehicle for sale: Packard "200" Club sedan, $2,366.

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