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Mrs. Nettie Pullium and daughter,
Hope, ot Marietta, Ga. spent the
weekend with her sister, Mrs.
George Pullium and other re
latives before leaving Tuesday by
plane for Wurzburg, Germany,
where she will Join her husband,
Sgt Vincent Pullium. Their son
Cadet Oapt. Hal Pullium of Geor
gia Military Academy, Atlanta,
Ga. will join them in June at the
close of the school term.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ware, Jr of
Newnan Ga. spent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Barger of
Asheville were guests over the
week end of Mrs. Barger's aunt
Mrs. Laura Mashburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin West
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(Whitey) and daughter, Gail, left
Saturday lor Manassas, Virginia
when Mr. Wast is employed with
the West Construction Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freel
students aft Western Carolina
College spent the weekend with
Mr. Freel 's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Freel.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nichols left
last week for Baton Rouge, La.
and other Southern points for a
visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Watts
and son, Bart, <Jf Marietta Ga.
spent the weekend with relatives. !
During the week ended January
12 thre were 1,361,000 chicks plac
ed with 1 broiler growers in North
Carolina. This compares with a to
tal of 1,296,000 placed during the
preceding week. Placements in the
Central Western areas totaled 1,
292,000 last week compared with 1,
237,000 during the week before.
Hatcheries in the State set 2,580,
000 eggs for broilers last week com
pared with 2,473,000 set the week
before. For the same period broiler
chicks hatched totaled 1,765,000.
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Stationed In Germany
Army PFC Glen C. Hardin, ton
of Mr. and Mr*. Gay Hardin,
Andrews < recently participated
with the llth Airtxfrne Division in
"War Hawk" a field training
exercise in Germany.
Hardin is a rifleman in the
division's 188th Infantry Regiment
He entered the Army in Jan
uary 1955, was last stationed at
Fort Campbell, Ky. and arrived
in Europe in March 1956.
The 19-year-old soldier attended
Andrews High School.
Marylin Barton Hag
On Fifth Birthday
Mrs. Whitt Barton of Peachtree,
honored her daughter, Marilyn,
with a party on her fifth briUiday,
Refreshments were served to the
following guests: Stevie Crain,
Tresla Crain, Larry Wheeler, Paul
Allen Ledford, and Barry Curtis,
j Mrs. Edd Barton, the honoree's
grandmother, was a special guest.
The group sang "Happy Birth
day," played games, had their
picture made, and the honoree
opened her gifts.
The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Bill Crain and Mrs. Bob Curtis
Have you paid as much as $100
to a (arm hand during 1956? Farm
operators who have paid as much
as $100 in cash wages to any farm
employee in 1956 should file an
employer's tax and information
return for agricultural employees,
Edward C. Felder, Internal Rev
enue Agent, announced today. This
tax return must be filed with the
District Director of Internal
Revenue at Greensboro, North
Carolina accompanied by payment
of the social security tax.
Deadline for filing this annual
report of wages paid for agricul
tural labor is January 31, 1957.
The return must show the name,
social security number, and wages
paid every employee whose cash
wages amounted to $100 or more.
Tax return forms are mailed
?ut about January 1 to those who
have previously registered with
the District Director as agricul
tural employers. Farmers who
must make these tax returns and
In Working Closely
New Bern, N. C. January 8,
1957 Parents are interested in wor
king more closely with their
children's teachers in lasting and
spiritual values and in adolescent
problems. This was disclosed in
answers to a questionnaire sent
to participants in a PTA Parent
Education workshop to be held
here January 14-17 at the Governor
This is not just an ordinary
training session for the cultivation
of leadership but an actual work
shop in parenthood, said the Rev.
Marvin Vick of Kinston, workshop
director. Here parents are invitea
to look at the common problems
of our day and with the aid of fine
leadership given the opportunity
to work out some methods for
parenthood, it is not a series of
lectures but rather a succession
of discussion groups in which in
dividual problems are highlighted
and worked through.
The workshop program is based
on needs disclosed in the questio
nnairres, centered upon the theme,
Developing Better Families.
Mrs. John W. Crawford of
Raleigh, state PTA president will
act as general consultant and Mrs. 1
Lula Belle Rich of the State Board
of Health, Raleigh, will be assis
. Group leaders will be Miss Mary
Hayes, Dr. Laura Ross Venning,
and Mrs. Fannie B. Masten of
' Charlotte; the Rev. J. Kern Ormon
and Miss Madge Blalock of
Raleigh; Mrs. G. G. Atkins of
Ricky Mount and Mrs. Harold
Orringer and Mrs. Joe S. Johnson
of New Bern.
This is one of two annual work
shop in parent education held by
the North Carolina Congress of
Parents and Teachers. The next
will be in July at Little Switzer
have not written for the proper
forms should write immediately , \
to the District Director of Internal i ;
Revenue at Greensboro, North
Carolina in order to be sure of j
getting the report filed before the 1 '
January 31 deadline.
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The Bellview Methodist Church
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1s invited to attend.
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