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'it. K M. Herri? ' .
i iit Sunday in I..
, Margaret and I ", iC .1-
. J visitor to Whits, Lke
! " :; k.iweil of Wilson
L 'i .a, .-..lay with hcf , sister,
: j c. ,
i t.s liiary LiUU-Lll Crawford
of Kinston was a vi'-'inr in town
v Mis. A. B. r..ai. 9 vilio has been
tn Rocky Mount with her husband
who underw" t an operation at the
Rocky Mout.t faratorium and her
neice Miss Virginia : tsaines -w
Spring Hope spent Monday and
Tuesday In town. ' . '
s. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bartlett, Bill
Bartlett and Mrs. J. C, Robinson
were visitors to Carthage Sunday.
' Messrs Solon ; Minton and , Bob
Buck were visitors to Burlington
Sunday. Morris Holt Jordan who
have been in. California for some
time, and was visiting bis mother
Mrs. Daisy ' B. Jordan . returned
home with them. They spent Sun'
day night in cnapel Hill, guests of
- Miss Estelle Taylor and Dr. Rob
Inson of Stonevme,N. Ci-were
week end guests of Mr, and Mrs.
W. E. Taylor.- ' . s '
Mrs.' Elizabeth B, Vict is spend
ing sometime with her father in
Coleralne, N. C.- ' - v , -t- , - -'t
Mr. R. E. Wall spent- the week
end in Hendersonville, visiting Mr
and Mrs. Frank Bell. Mrs. Wall re
turned with mm alter spneaing me
. Miss Amelia Farrior is visiting'
ton. j, "- - '' . v i
.Mesdames W.-E.-'Hines, W. S.
. Midaleton, Misses Elizabeth and
'. Martha Hines spent Friday in Fay.
etteville. . v f
IV-,'. vr.o UoMnoW rUnsmAn anil HWa
daughter Jean, of New York City
are visiting their aunts, Mesdames
B. J. HIU and H. O. Farrior,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. . Strickland
; and sons Brisbane . and Edward
opent Sunday in Sanford, visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Britt : :
' -. Mlm llMa Wmt anftnt the. week
- end at Carolina Beach.- '.'
nenas -pi ur. . anu .oars, xs.-ui.
Shewbrook of Philadelphia will re
gret to hear f the death of Dr.
i Shewbrooks mother which occured
. at her home in Holden, Mass last
- Thursday. -,.--'.-:
Mr, and Mrs. James Middleton
and -family of Wilmington- spent
-: , the , week end with Mrs., Leia U,
OllUUlBWJl, t - A ' -
.'v.' nrlfl Tlavl1 flaw and .Tnhti
Peirce were visitors to Clinton
Tuesday. - '
Mr. Alvas J. Powell, "Jr., is vis
iting his aunts,. Mesdames Dorothy
Condon and Margaret - Peirce in
nopeweu, n. j.
. , Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Sr., returned
Friday night from an . extended
. visit to her brother, Dr. D-D. Wal
ker in Macon, Ga., and-hor sister
- Mrs.' P. W. Boone in Charleston,
S. C. ' t '
v Mr. Matnan vaison ana mue son
R. W Fuliinn of W&Bhlncrton. 'D. C
. nieiiL tne ween quu t&ii uio uuuio im
iMr, F, I Falson, , ,
Mr. and Mrs. U O. . Williams,
Elols and Laddie Williams left
. Wednesday for Nashville, Tenn.
- where they will spend sometime
visiting relatives of Mr. Williams
', Mrs. "D, F. Ducenbury, after
spending several weeks as a guest
of Mrs.' Bland Pickett, returned to
. her home, in 'Conway, S. C, on
Monday. ' .
, - .- Mr. C. C. Hudson and Mrs. Nan'
me Bridges of Blakey, .Oa., are
. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hunter
; spent the week end in Albemarle
visiting Mrs. Surratt'a mother Mrs.
Mrs. Luther, Hollingswortb of
Goldsboro spent Monday with her
sister, Mrs. J. C. Brock... - -
Mrs. Claude Murray ' pf!' Rich
Mond, Va., spent Monday with her
mother, Mrs. Sallie Bi Johnstone.
ton .was a visitor In town Thurs
day.' ' " -
. Little Robert Welborn , Foster,
son. of Rev, and Mrs. ,R. C. Foster
underwent an operation on Friday
at James Walker Hospital, Wilm
ington. Everyone is delighted to
know ' he is getting i along nicely
and will - be able - to be brought
. home in a short while. Mrs. Foster
- H staving with him and Rev. .Fos
ter .goes to see him as often -as
tossibie. r ' . ': -. ', -,
Mr. and Mra Jack Quinneriy
- and their daughter,- Mary Darden
nnant fii n,At Mil mttk Ifw. i.t H
. n jj. 1 1 k v id ntvn ecu niiM mn uiu
neriy's mother, Mrs, R. L. Best,
Sr. - . .
Mr. Robert Brown of Atlanta,
Oa., and Miss Isabel Jussley ...of
KenansvUle were visitors in the
home of i-s. C. J. Brown Monday.
Mi.is Irpne McTntoah Of Wa 'fS
l uo hns ir-tti' ! 1- 9 r't 'r
r-; T f i i i ' 'i
. i :
j Null " Bowden
han were visitors
t sday. . -. " '
. s. R. L. Best, Jr.,
- in Wallace., ' . -
1 . Siler and daughters
;aret and Agnes Siler
y to spend several weeks
? ity, visiting relatives.
i ;eorg Bennett, Mcgllvery
i ad Miss Sadie Bennett spec t
Jay in Wilmington. .
L.esdames J .C Russ, Wayns
Jordan and Fanny and Ann Thom
as spent Thursday at White Lake.
Mrs. Henry L. Stevens, Jr.i Hen
ry IU, Mrs. J. O. Thompson and
little daughter, Barbara.' Jean are
spending the week w at Carolina
Beach.- Mesdames J. T. Gresham,
Sr., and Paul Potter spent Thurs-
!day as Mrs. Thompsons guest.
- Mr. McLaughlin or renn, was
guest of Mr. J, T. Gresham,: Jr
'Miss Lillian Maready will leave
next - week for the v Sanatorium
where she will go in training as a
nurse. - (
: Among' those attending tne fiz
neral of Miss Gussie Edwarda In
Goldsboro. Monday were Mrs. J. T.
Gresham, Sr, and Mr. and Mrs.
R, D. - Jonnson. ; ' . ''.,;.- .
Mr; and Mrs. A." L. ' Humphrey
and children spent Sunday at Caro
lina Beach. , ,' ;
' Miss Mamie - Chambers has re
turned home after visiting rela
tives in Hopewell, N. J., Washing
ton, D..C, and Richmond, Va. -
Messrs. Eugene Carlton,'. Lott
Kornegay and , Henry Best spent
Tuesday In Rocky Mount, - they
went to see ..Mr. Baines, who is a
patient at Rocky Mount Sanator
ium. . ' K -"
Dr. Deleon Best spent Sunday
with bis mother, Mrs. G. O. Best
- Don Williams, after spending the
past three weeks- with his father,
Mr. E. D. Williams at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams is vis
iting his grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ike Faison in Falson. ,
Miss Bessie Quinn has returned
home after an extended trip-to Co
lumbia and Greenville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs, Lott Kornegay has
as' their, guests for Sunday,.- Mr.
and Mrs! Raymond Smith, Mr, and
Mrs. Bryant Smith of Pink Hill
and Mr. and Mrs. -D, A. Smith- of
Willard. - ; T r- "
Mr. J. D. Swlnson and Miss Eva
J. Swlnson have as their guest for
the week, Miss Ruth, Swlnson of
Charlotte, and Miss Marie Wilklna
of Summerlins Cross Roads. , Week
end guests in their homo-'were Mr.
I and Mrs, D. K. Mobley, Miss Eliza
beth Taylor, Ur. Sammy Mimms
of Sumpter, S. C, Miss 'Rachel
Mobley of Oklahoma City and-Mr.
and Mrs. Mallisan and daughter
Jacquline of Wilson. .', t
vBUl Sheffield left last 'week for
Chapel Hill where he will attend
Summer school at Carolina, ; .
Mr. Robert Moore left last week
for Newport. . -,.-
Mrs. H. L, Stevens; Sr and Mr.
Walker Stevens were visitors to
Goldsboro Monday. , . V.
Rev. Ceo. W. Blount' returned'
Saturday from Durham where he
has attended a school .for Pastor
at Duke University. -.-
Mrs. W .E. Hines, Misses Eliza
bethi and Martha Hines were visi
tors to Goldsboro Monday.1 -.. ,
Mrs. Estelle Welborne find' her
daughters, Misses Welborne ar
visiting at, the horns of Rev: and
Mrs. R, C Foster. . ' -
j ' Snow Hill News-;
Misses Dorothy and Lottie Kor
negay spent the week end at War
saw, n . i " "I" ' 1 ' v
Mr. and Mrs. Duff Kornegay
spent Sunday at Mr. Edgar Out
Mrs, Ervlng Kornegay and chil
dren, Mr .and Mrs. Walter Powell
and children were .visitors at Mr
Edd Kornegay's Sunday.
. Mrs. Edd Kornegay and baby,
Donnell spent Saturday with Mrs,
B, F. Herring.. - v .
Quite a few from around .Snow
Hill attended the. annuel picnic at
Daly's Chapel Saturday. v -,
Miss Violet Kornegay spent Sun
day with Miss Mamie Bishop.
Miss Irene Outlaw visited Miss
Marjorle Waller Sunday. ;
Mrs. B. F. Herring and children
made a business trip to Goldsboro
last week. : ' - . .
Mr, Harry Waller and son made
a trip to Kinston last Friday.
Mrs. Jim Scott and Mrs. Taft
Herring spent last JYiday in Golds
boro shopping. - ,
Little Miss Emily Vv alter visited
at- Mr. .Edd Kornegay's last Fri
day. - .
Land Surveyi: "
o,v i n g Fast
v Growing acres - of tobacco and
cotton are being surveyel as rap
Idly as" potable. F srv - j t'-in
work several days t 1. 1 are
making rapid pn.; . t. County
Agent McLendon stated tliat he
was sure that the work would be
completed by harv".jM' . ti-se and
called on all f 1 D 1 1
he' inj hmi to t 1 ' t.
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lace; A. .
LfsnSnr, 1 : , . i i
f.a, Vt."i...:e.' - -v.
Kenaivf'o -W. J. I
Ker.i- a-'. ; C t
Kenansvllie; J. J. ,
ville; D. L. 1' j
Lime5!!!'1? V.'iV i
laville; twry . ;
Earl Thif;;;fn,- r--u". v.. oj H. C.
Pickett, Eeulaviiie. -"
Magnolia Robert W. Wilkin
Magnolia; B. V. Eyrd, Rose Kill;
N: T. Pickett, Magnolia; Lindon
Rockfish-Joe Ward, Teachy;
John Register, Rose Hill; Theodore
- Rose Hill William Lof tin, Ro. .i
Hill; Worth Turner, -Teachey.
Smith Freely Smith, Pink II1U;
Isaac' Stroud, Fink Hill; Richard
Oates Seven Springs. :
Warsaw? Eugene R. Carlton,
Warsaw; Lott Kornegay, Warsaw;
W. F. Revell, Warsaw. -
Wolfscrape James O." Lofton,
Mt. Olive; J. E. Grady, Mt. Olive;
W. J Roberts, Mt. Olive. . -
(Intended for last week) -' ..;! .- i
!rs. Graham Reece visited Mrs.
Jack Lanier Friday. v'" ' ..t
': Mrs.-- Herbert -Lanier
mi i n, ii .. ..... ,
I spent, tal-noon,
1?Mr. and Mrs.' Raleigh Lanier
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Graham Reece. - : . 1
What I Sec
V!, y .a - - By D.-J, BLALC ,
All the alphabetical codes ' , have 0 get
been tried out. Why not try -the .Queen V
Ten Commandments and "the Gold- 'e(j 3 21
en Rule. . ? s . . - jflcant t
, jhighly 1
A writer says "Depression teach-' off the t
es us a lesson that can be used to
advantage tn the future." That re-
minds me of the man who taught
his cow to eat sawdust, but when
she got he lesson learned , she
el. . , - , " , 1 -t I
Women have a chance to show
more -DacKoone. uian men. riouce
their present style of dressing.
Did. yod ever hear some people
talk more religion in five
than they could
practice In : ten
V '-'" -' moulds as some pe :'e think. T:.e
An occulist says green quiets metal is rolled i do e eets of pro
the nerves. We'll agree with him. per thickness, from which Ue
Those 5, $10 an 20 slips of green coln, are pumWJ, 1 . t as a cook
back are the most quieting things
we know of. They beat any opiate
you can take.,", - i ,, - (
' ' When you hear of personal quar-. chine then sorts out the : perfect
.rels and national wars, that means coins. All un, r weight or over
somebody wasn't big enough, to live weight are ivut'ud and run over,
up to the Tlolden JRule. ' ' - jThe mint hps t e i uiss so accur
i ';''., '""jate that Oiey v,U register the
As-re notice the court records it mark of a lead pencil upon a scrap
seems that a vast number of peo-
pie have never been disappointed 1; The governwect owns the aprons
until after they have married. The worn by the wo; i.ers, and burns
divorces will soon be running the them to recov r t' a clirging par
marriages a close race, j tides ot -go' 1 d t From them,
. ' - r I and from the f'j-r sweepings, thou
" An old lady was asked which she sands of dor s v. 11-th of precious
nought were napppier, people who
were married or people who wereir
not. . well, 1 don't know," she said. I
Sometimes. I think there is as! -
many that ain't as ain't that is.",
r,' 1 ' i- - - .
It was at a dance' a fight oc
cured and one fellow was badly
beaten. When; the aggresson' was!
asked why he so rudely beat the '
attendant, he said; "He insulted '
my girl." "Why-all he said wast
that she danced like a . Zephyr."
"My mistake. I thought he said
heifer."-- -v '-- ,
Psychologists have ascertained
that there are only two perfect
minds in every 100. If you know
what the population of the State
is, think what that would 'mean.
Two out of 'every hundred with
perfect minds -floating about. Well,
we don't believe it. - ' ' I. , '
'We are told that'-the "Canadian
government with holds relief to all
who . own . automobiles. ; In - this
county those are the poor devils
who need help the moat. The rea
son the world is in the doldrums
right now Is because most of the
white folks and ail tf t'te negroes
were able to keep but one auto in
stead of two or three." If we', bad
had eno!s; h money to spend we
would have made tl.is cour.ty one
continuous cl-tia of faa stations
and ea'i j Lor - a and t!is keit
bt;h t!:3 r.'nry aisd the foihs p-.r-petur),
v ' " ltKe a pair of toin
cas 1 1 el .,",t.
Fri',:,' t Roosevelt r"t $:.C)
a day. It seems like hb"val ' y
WBtrei 1 -t i i't a drop ii t' 9 1
kct cf lt fie j (I f
! jr. 1 i )."i:f
i E:u i i .,:
c.aiX I. v
and f-...-'-1 v
t e ev- ' . ' '
' t-.-ii ti' j
, Lea!U -j
i, Err-"i C , i
1 and 1
y Ar . , . .
sBUtt a- i - s :
i if si' a I
, Jessie C i, J
i, Eugene, 1 II i
' !ey, J.,' i A' ,i,
lu'artin I - y
1 liendersua, CI.ii. '. s
..tts and Rodeos Llob-
'.13 At Prrty
June 17. Mrs. II. B,
-rtained lier d''"l.t-
. Una and E-ina I arle
Ay Wednesilay aXtur-
g out the colois of
i white. After many
e was served. -
"19 every 21 hours, and
trla's pay check averag-
a day. But It is signl
mething that all tiiese
1 rulers have now passed
' We kpo,v and we not know,
We Jhav,, a .mattering of" many
t t know few mnra ptr.
. at ta puon of
the Amcr; an people. We are j.i
too big a lurry to pass up from
one thing- to another. -
But this is the to-y of how our
money Is nbJe. AU United Etjien
coin, money is rrtnde in mints .at
utes-'pnijadeiphia; -Sua F ncW an
Denver, t, Coins are not made by
pouring; hot metal into Htt'e
cuU out wscuVi. These biscuits
' praa8ed b. I "eon dies, whh h
I gtamp the d(., ' a on both sides at
lonce. An auto.jiit'c weighing ma-
metal Is ncvvue-1
The mints are i t longer open to
. Norrls a&'.s aa 1 1
ban 6-4 high r t (
I ss itibatl.
y Is broader
Landia ru' t t t
pitta mav r 1
AAA war i s :
than crop r '
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N. ; s ;. r 1 ; " ) n. ls
E ( 1 1 : s ti a 1 ' t oa ( a rui
of C- 'tn t rtiii ij w-: . t. 3 ni.i
of Cn ,i S. 70 T. E3 r?- to a
sto' , ' f ms 1 So, tZie I "
coi-s - i acres, mote or 1 -s.
id 'iJiM t: I oun-l d on te I-J.
by t' a Un 't of J. VV. Wr' ,.t
and T. C. Crow; bounded on t"-e
E. by lae Lsnus of Geo.. V. Al
bi2fUm; bounded on the S. ly t" e
lans of C -o. W. AlurUm;
Rector Faurot of New York FoIUe
who trailed G-3 users across the
. atire United States gathered facts
wtnich show .this tire etaa!?1up
letter than claimed.
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Per yc-T Izly Clti fcrfp-wand' :
many, many trips to corAa uivest
Mw in the SAFETY of this Greatest
GooJyeor Tire Ever Built. Gome see
the wider", flatter,' thicker ,trea--clocer-nccteJ
non-skid blocks and "
riding rit3 and other features j
that cr-!ln Its Extra Safety, Eitra
! 2, Extra Value. 5 : '
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