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THE WILMINGTON W3PATCH: SUNDAY MORNING; . DECEMBEEi
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mil NT. C, Dec. 1. Mr. and
G. Wishart spent last
""- New Bern, N. C, Dec. 1. Miss Mary i-- Hamlet, N. C, Dec 1. Miss
liiryan spent a day in Kinston this Blanch Wvoorn an was in Paloirh Hun.
i Week. v ! dav visltinp- frinnrla .
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ii i. ix. ui ivuw- ivnos xiituuw Louea went to Wash
Lnmberton visitors last
( ; . H . Biggs and daughter,
, i y, spent the week-end in
iiown visiting relatives.
ii. E. Lewis returned last
,;,i Hendersonville, where she
, I, .iays visiting her sister, Mrs.
t?1Sli. re ftives accepted a posiUon. in Mr. Moses' of-'
tives at KinstonHhiis week.
Mr. and Mrs. W . H . Truman have
gone for a short visit to Beaufort.
Miss Frances Roth lias "one to
Richmond, Va., to visit relatives.
Miss Esther Gray vent to Cuttasa-
Iga this week to spend Thanksgiving
I . Miss Julia Mattocks is visiting tela
last! tives at Maysville.
( la tendon, where she will
week visiting her mother,
M . Nobles.
,. P. Stack left last week af
1 i r k some time with her pa-
;ind Mrs. S. Mclntyre.
in Heath, of Buffalo, N. Y.
t woek and will spend-sev-the
home of her brother-
T. A. McNeill, Jr.
Dickson, Miss Mamie Salem Colleee
Mrs.. W. P. Baugam, of Washing
ton, is ill the city, visiting Mrs. H,
Miss Pearl White is visiting rela-
lives at JoiiocKSVilie.
Mrs. Hugh Beacham and Miss Lu
cile 3co;tt were , in Columbia S . C . ,
one da,y.j this week.
Miss May Wegcott, of Carolina Col
lege, sfiejat the week-end with Miss
Lizzie, Mae Smith,
Laurinhurg, Dec. 1. The. following' Maxton, N. C Dec. 1. Thanksgiv- . Goldsbore;' N. 'C, Dec. 1. Thuddy
aupouncemeut cards, have been receiv- ing evening-at 7 o clqck the marriage evening at' the home of the bt&ey' MK;
ed by friends here: Mr. and Mrs. of Miss fiva McGirt and William Mfe-1 Eofecft Stevens, of this city, and
Robert Arthur Matheson announce the Kay was consummated .af Center Miss Bessie Clayton; of Mebane,'wefe
marriage of their da,ughter, Doris church near Floral College, Dr. H. G. quietly m4rri6dy the attendants as
White, to Mr. Hectorr McNeill, on HilL officiating, . t . - . maid of. honor and best man, t being
Thursday, . Nove50.be?'.s;2S-,. .1917 .Wag-; The- wedding w&snnounped some Miss Daisy Phillips of Charlotte, and
ram, N. C. At home after December time since, . and the many friends . of Mr. Eugene Hines of this city. Aft
1, Wagram, N. C. r the bride and gzoom have vbeext , look- er Northern- bridal trip the couple
t, ;i-j n,in,x it, 'ing forward to- the-date-witn much will 'be M .home to friends in this
charming hostess to the Elizabeth
'Browning Book wut on Tuesday, at-1 The bride .ia the dauehter of. - J I ThaMadies of the W. W. Societv of
mtssfuijeria rtugers, or iiue, iuoun- ternoon. rne suDject ior tne meeting K". McGirt, a well known and pros-, Belfast school will celebrate the com
tarn, .C., is Visiting Mrs. Sheely on f was Thanksgiving, and interesting perp.ua farmer and the groom is him- pletion ol their.-, new school building
flenderson street. ' 'papers were read by Miss Lila Mc- self a vounc farmer, all livinK near on Deoember 7. Refreshments will be
Mrs. G, S. Pratt and Daughter,
Marguerite, from Andrews, S. C, were
,.in Hamlet this week, visiting friends.
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Tuesday night for Williamsport, Pa,
Lean,, Mrs. Cecil Sanford and . Miss Maxtoh. Many guests yent -;out from served, and, a musical program render-
xvyvcitd, ouino. iTxio. i. i . jyy,Jiua- town, ana uie aiieiiua.net; was large, eu, - .
ton was, invited guestr and deligbtM It will he recalled that in an vinfortu .
ed the club with several recitations, nate automobile accident Misa McGirt In a skating carnival held Thursday
The regular program was interpersed had her arm broken a short time night. Miss Emnia Britt won. the prize
Miss Mabel Cohen is visitine rela-1 to spend Thanksgiving with his moth-; with songs by Miss Eva Covington, ! since, from which she lias, however fo? being the best skater and Miss
tives at Washington. ier, Who; is 93 years old. I Miss Mary Grey and Miss Pattie recovered, E31i2;abeth Morris, won the .prize
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lumsden oil Mrs. H. G. Reynolds, Mrs. G. B. ': James. Refreshments were served. I for having tije most effective costume.
Raleigh, are in the city for a visit ta Davis, Miss Ella Cole and Mr. Haly-1 Among the out of town guests present! Tbanksgiving Day in Maxton was The. Woman's Christian Temperance
relatives ' .urpu. motored forty miles down the 'were: M.r3. McCreight, Mrs, W. r. 1 more generally observe ttoan. usjual;, Union otpidsfeora paid a visit to the
Miss Martha Munger, a student tiff.erton road to see Miss Cole's '.Land, Mrs. Kinsman, Mrs. Bagwell owing, perhaps, to the revival services county kome Thursday afternoon and
ii y wiCKson, miss Mamie Salem College is spending: the week relatives;- Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Fin- and Mrs. McPhail, of Hamlet, and m xne r resoyienan cnurcn, wnere uc. mage tne inmates very nappy wun a o-
i;,i Airs, iviccacnern, ot uea end in the city with her mother, Mrs. ey- Mids Mabel Teller, of New (York,
i tnt one day this week in C W. Munger ' i Mrs. M. D. Austin and little daugh-
I tha-o Tna Tn ,, . 'ter left 'this week for their home at j An event -that to awaited with pleaa
Kati, Ivev spent Saturday TaQ - tt;
i.nig her sisters. Mfn. A. H. W- nn MMrtlA etr
Iola Ivey. . , ' . , .
.mis. u. ADernecny is spenanig
Versailles. Ky.. after a month'a visit ant anticipation is a recital to De giv-
to relatives and friends.
William Black;, of Charlotte, has been nations Of clothing, and good things to
preaching to large audiences all this eat.
cn by the St. Cecilia Music Club, which ! Miss-Maude McRae visited Rocking
will be for the benefit of the local 1 ham to spend the day with .friends.
The Home Economic Department 01
Goldsboro Woman's Club held an in- iver
teresting meeting Wednesday after-
' Marietta, N. C. Dec. 1. Thursdav' .
being Thanksgiving,, services wero.r .
conducted in. the church by the,paS-, -
tor, .'Rev. B. R Stanfield, and a coUoc;.-f
tion taken for tne orpnanage. , un
account of inclement weather, the con- ,
gregation was smalL- - -
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, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thompson, of-
Lumberton, and Mrs. W. A. Riddle,
and- two children, of St. - Pauls, 'spent,
Tuesday with.their sister and brother,
in-law, Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Oliver. ;-T-" -i
Mrs. Lizzie Price, of Mullins, S.di "
is spending the week with Mr?. Flo?-v
snce Oliver. ( . . -
Rev. B. E. Stanfield left yesterday j
i'or conference. He has been, .here
four years, so will not be returned.
it can be truthfully said he is one -qt-s
che best pastors, and truly consecrat
ed of men. The cnarge lie "is -se.nt
J"will. be fortunate in getting sucba'
nian. " tf'-c
Messrs. D. , J. and W. P. Oliver an'dM..
J, j. and C.VT. Page were Lumbertoh "
visitors last Friday. ' "' '
Miss Mary Stanfield, of Fairmont, .
spent the week-end with Miss Mae'Oi- '
nnnn n fofttnrft. rff whirh was nn at-
irs H B Herrin- of R 1 -"- - awciueuiy is syt-uuius i . cnapier oi uie nea.oross. inis cnap-- , v ,. T nrvt f 1 fioaa'deHT?i'ftrt hv nr W TT (Smith
snopper, fn "own thi, 1 f. 'anRsgivin? UoUdays at Chape!, Ml Lo,a PelW.er, of Maysville, ter busily eagagea. each Tuesday c SSf! SSM
Irs. G. M. Oliver, of Buie Mrs- N- F- Nun n has gone to Kins- city, has returned to her home
i knitted articles and surgical suppplies
. v. B. Oliver, of Fairmont,
lo-vn thir, week.
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.ton to visit relatives and friends for! Miss Helen Wilson, of Orienai. pass- for the men "over there."
a iew aays. !e(i throueh the citv todav en route to
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Fdwards of 10- "s0 -vanv;- is Bpeuumg wiidwood ior a visit to relatives.
father, Maj. McKinnon, and a, party of I this week by the local chapter of the
friends, are having a deer . hunt.
! American Red Cross. Interesting re
ports were made by the delegates to
Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis and cnil- the Atlanta- convention. It was an-
Mr. J. O. Watson was a LumbevtpTf- :
vlsitor Monday. .-"''
: The Missionary Society - and ' theu.
Philathea class both remembered t&e
pastor with a little gift Thursday..
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Mr. and Mr3. Mims, of Florence,'.-?3.
Mrs. S. A. Moss, of Washington,
JN. C. has been spending several days i rirn nnri Mrs
' fi Atmtnn 1 rl n --. n, l CS - ' - . 1 ill. "L H ST !- V I I w , - - .. ! I .. f M. lilt"
G;i.. arrived this week and.,. , "u rm-. Mrs. Hattie Kenneay, or Kinston, ! nore wun ner ratner, .nr. i. is. nus-1 daughter, Miss Margaret, visited Mrs. $3,000 had ,;lieen, ;adde4. to the treasurer ' 1
i;e guests of Dr. Edwards' " T " 7 ls.m tne Clty 10r a visit Wltn Mrs . wn nas oet5n q ute m- ",s con-yS. O. Frostie this week. by donations from tobacco, given by . ' Mirn returned to Flor Mon-" -
r u r-wc i Mrs. F. L. Ashley and son. Watts, n' w Oonwav on Pnllock street. ditions shows some .improvement this; At tho hnmo nf Mr Mniiio Hnrrip 1,, . n.mn, I1--- leimneu 10 i.ioicuce uo..
1- LUU "fllU. , , , - . . - . ' . iT1 1 " " w-l VVa.UC WUUtJ XrCM.UtdO. I lotr -ricrJi K t M 1Y rl 11 ll hOM '
t, , A ., nave zone to ttea isnrinzs. where triev Mho Du'M-a rtoirSo a cnonitii. tho MvpaIt - t.t u mi i,,-,.! At . . . . ,T t-m i .- &"- . w- "
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C. C. Nicholson and j nounced.;afcvaie.;. meeting that close to c came t0 arietta -Monday to visit
cville where she will spend' Bl,cim tt iC" "" i-u iciauves. week-end at Kinston.
':., vUitinp- hPr nurpnts Mr I Mrs H- Crumpler and Miss Sidna Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Parsons are
F Powell Stapleford spent a day this week in visiting
; 'Raleigh visiting relatives and friends, week.
relatives at Kinston this
i Misses Julia Bryan and Elsue Jones, Miss Ruhv Bonev. of Wilson nass-
A'f " 4j:who ere students aj. Salem College, ed through the city this week en route Walker, of the Gibson schools, Mr.. R
Among the teachers attending the
Teachers' Assembly at Charlotte, this
week are Miss Emily H. Walker, Coun
ty Superintendent L. M. Peele, Miss
Pearl Fisher, Superintendent D. J
in North Maxton Thanksgiving dinner) Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hyman, of Phil-tn' Hvna
was enjoyed by a number of the fam- j adelphiaMrs. William. Urbansky, of . ;. -
iiy. Archie cjurne, or Kaeiora; Dee , Salisbury, and Mrs. Louis Coheh, of Miss Mellie Hill, who han been
Columbus, Ga., are in the. city, where ; working at HopeWell, Va,, is home on
4. are spending Thanksgiving with Mr. to Mavsville
4, ana Mrs. J. A. Jones on Broad street. Mr.
R. Walker of the Laurel Hill School.
Currie, Miss. Margaret Currie, Mr,
and Mrs. Chambless Currie and chiK
dren and Mr. and Mrs. McLean.
There were many other gatherings
of friends around'the great American
4, t Miss Mary Gautier left this week tives.
and Mrs. W. L. Ketchum have Miss Eva Covington left Tuesday , Wrri 0m which we have received no
4' 4J ! for Morehead City, where she will gone, to Jacksonville to visit rela-! Apperson wedding
for Kernersville to attend the Ljeak- report
spend some days with relatives.
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I Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Beam, oXK)uis-
C, Dec. 1. Mr. and j Miss Civil Franks', of Richlands, re-1 Miss Sadie Block spent a day with ! burg, spent a few days here this week,
Baldwin, of Dunn. Mr. 'turned home this week after a visit friends at Beautfort this week. hruests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mc-
a. Baldwin and family, ot several days in the citv. i Miss Aripiairtp Tfpith nf Aiiinnp Douealri. !j.
abourn, are visiting at Mr. J. ! Miss Mary Oliver left this week for passed through the city this week eu Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hammond left 44
i.ajflwins', .Kinston to spend a day with friends route to Wilmington. Tuesday to attend the Leak-Apperson .
.: cu tenant triimer. of rort ogle-' and relatives. Mrs
im. is visitine his sister. Mrs. Dr. i Mrs. J. F. Franks, of Richlands. wppIt frr Mnrohpsd Pitv wiiurp slip
: who has been visiting in the ciiy, has will visit a few days.
Elizabeth Hawkins left this wedding at Kenersvjlle. Miss Daisy Cbadbourn, N. C, Dec. 1. Mr
they came to celebrate this week a
family reunionand birthday of their
parents, Mr and Mrs. Asher Edwards
Mrs' J. W. Powell and Miss. Sallie
Powell left-Wednesday for Charlotte,
Mrs. Powell to visit relatives and Miss
Powell to visit her brother Edwin,
who is in, training at Camp Green.
Mip- Sarph .-Borden has returned1 v "i1 !I 4'. .. .
home f ronva visit to relatives in Wasii i ,
4 ington, D. C. Mrs. John. L. Borden left - - FAYETTEVILLE.
4 , , uuiisaav to visit relatives in Green-'4
ville, S. C. and spend several days, v y v
Mr. J. J. Oliver1' has,, sold his car
and gone back tp,4us' horse and buggy.
Quite a lot of folks in th!s com- '"
munity went to Lumberton this veoks
for "The Birth of a Nation' ','
Carrie Wright, daughter of Mr. returned home.
"Mrs. R. C. Penniwell, of Nashville,, ;
the "prospective bride is Mrs. Hamc jand. Mrs. 0. M Powers and son, Wal
ftiond's sister. I ter, were among those who attended
,-Capt. Geo. T. Everett and Mrs. i the speaking at Whiteville Sunday.
with her daughter, Mrs.
E. H. Gra-
Fayetteville, N. C. Dec. 1. M'fjrr
i Margaret McMillan has gone to Qx-
jford, where she will viait Mrs. C raw-
In France there are brigade schools. f or Cooper.
and arms schools, where officers from Miss Lucy Murchiscn, of Wilniing
tlie trenches go to rub up their know-Hton. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs;
i . Julius Wright returned home . Miss Ann Shipp is spending the N. C, is visiting relatives in the city. Everett nnd little daughter, Grace Mrs. D. S. Owens returned last1
. from Florence, S. C. where week-end with relatives at Pollocks- Mrs. D.. W. Grainger, of Newport, Beall, have been spending a few days! week from a visit to relatives in
1 1 s been undergoing treatment Ville. : wlin has hopn viaitino- rolativoc hero in T .iirinhiirsr. thr o-naate of relatives I Snmtpr
:o?pital. ! Mrs. Frank Gendreau spent a part has returned home. ' Mr. andMrs. 3- C Monroe left! Mr :uid Afrs. A. M. Lucas, Mr. and ledge 4nd--heaF, the results, ct tbe Jat-'E. Cw4
l Grace Spivy, daughter of Mr. of this week with friends at Oriental., Mrs. -Robert Anderson, of Nash-1 Tuesday Sight for theState of Okla-fXfrs. Vill SaiideVlin, of Council, spent j est experiments, and learn the new, . Mr. J. R.-Wuhanis, oi New Yoricr'
is. Albert spivy, is m tne miss aiary Anderson, or NashTille, ville, N. C, is in the City visiting homa, where they will make their Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs..
lorence hospital for treatment. N. C, is in the city visiting relatives. Mr". ' and Mrs. Joseph Anderson. home. iG. W: Boyette. ,
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methods that the General Headquar- is the guest of his sister,
ter s are, adopting. ' ' . Bidgood, on Gillespie str
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There is' every' reason iri the world why you should, and not a single one why you shouldn't! You'll get a bigger and, to
selection to choose from; you'll get better service, because our people won't be worn out with the tremendous "last llimute
rush." Let's think a little about "the other fellow," and apply a little "Xmas Golden Rule." We bMieye you will, and we thank
you in anticipation. Now that we've given you that idea, let's suggest this half page of interesting items for your approval.
December Sale of
Beginning Monday morning, We will place on sale pur
entire stock of Tailored, Pattern, and trimmed Hats, at
prices that bid fair to give us fast selling in this depart
ment. All the hats featured in this sale are the season's
best selling shapes, shown in a wide variety of the most
favored colors. The stojek is not large,, so that if you
want to share in this big price reduction,, you'll have to
Monday's price, $4.50 to $ 6.00 trimmed Hats
Mondays' prices $6.50 to $10.00 trimmed Hats
Monday's prices $10.00-ta$ 12.50 trimmed Hats
Monday's prices $15.00 to $20.00 trimmed Hats
i . . . $6.95;
. . . . $993
Every day brings tis greater crowds to
our Toy Department, and from tbe way
they are making purchases, it looks as
though we are going to have only about
half enough toys to go around. We want
Santa C'laus to visit every child in this
section during this Holiday Season, and
ii- yon want your kiddies to be remember
ed, you had better see OLD SANTA
Silk Hosiery is always, a most appreciated gift and
while it is almost impossible to obtain any, we offer
this new arrival of browns, grays, champagne, tlack,
and white, in good quality thread silk hose. We were
mighty fortunate in getting hold of this shipment, real
ly. Our H 300 quality
Beautiful Bed Room Slippers for
Felt Slippers with the soft ever wearing chrome elk soles, m almost
every shade imaginable ati . . wi$h25, $1.50 anj; $1.75
Crocheted Slippers with the heavy wool lined soles,-all colors . . . , . .
.... .......' - . - . 7c n4 $UZ5
Childrens' crocheted slippers . 65c, 69i and 75p
Men' felt house slinners. with good heavy felt or chrome Ik sqlr
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Keep Up The Knitting
The War Department has reqested that you keep the knitting needles
going. The soldiers are being sent to France just as rapidly as pos
sible and every one of them needs a warm sweater; scarf, cap and
socks. Ate you doing your bit?
We have the yarn in oxiord, gray and khaki, put up in, 3 to 6 ounce
Kahks, priced (a) . . . . . . ....... .... .... 25c per ounce.
Steel knitting, needles in.. the.cojreGt sizep. .at' i . . . ; . . . . . . . .5c each
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Sale of Suits Gontinues
Almost every day) pur New York Representative is sending.
us new suits that he is now able to purcliase in odd lots, for a
fraction of thei? worth. Jse 8iiits::.JWn'g added to our al
ready attractive showingso that tomorrow we will exhibit a
big assortment of Broadcloth SuitSr ih and
the smartest shades, too; v. . . . . ... . . .s. . .$19.95 '
Fine Serge and Tricetine Suita in navy, and in black, peaii de
fcyghe Hneta, . . 4 ; i . : '. ..$14.95 ;
Burellaand in all, colcrav
... . $9.95
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