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1 : i were viators to Kia-
; ir '.'.Ia tni Kararet
i f --ztfvt their pa
t i 1 -lero over the
i C ';" lee went to her
t 1 t kit weekend,
i I 7 1 ; .is was a week
i it l ;,r home in Epeed.
l I V I ati Opal Ervin
1." t Zrria were recent
j tl aid Ext. T. Y. Dob-
l rTtttiae WiHianu has
t) I' rnrj and Eichmond.
.l m (La will fisit relatives
" TC raemben of the lo
. 1 f -j tzzz. ry the weekend
1 1 were: Hisi Panline
1.1,: i. C?e; Ii ITiMred Ker
vz, C.iaj Tina eagan, Elia
..L'.l, CreenrQle; : Eingleterry,
Vr. tzi X2n. Earl O. Xhomai and
i.li in, Jeyh Earl, were
-".-'.i T2ijiy night at a wed
v j Closer and shower given in
1 r cf Kr. and In, Hilton
VI .. tt tLehome of Hr. Whal
t r r:xta near Kenansrille. .
IJ.' i A. rrown, who hu been
" 5 ii i r:r""ted to be improv
! . Iji dar-'.r,-; Era. Walter
! r il .-liicoa ia spend
i wfii tore wilh him.
k . 1 i cf I inrioe Jackson will
Is 1 ' 1 1 1 learn of hia mar-
t i tils Tera Eloas of Foun
. : . 11:7 were married Sat-
i'- 7 17 t. Zraxlc L. Goodman
it 1 j tome ia Eenamirule.
Ia. rsrmaa rn&ton ana Mri.
T.JLxza Esaston of Sareota were
HirivrJ. aerrioet are being 'held
week at the JreewOl Sou-
aesa &xz2l' v:
rw. -ZAf tvjtoJ ad little
izr;' vidian, and 2bi
!1 rrs, of Eichntond,' Ta.,
azl 13, C. T. Thomas and ohu-
&a, C'.tsa and leaora Watts of
aaizz.izxSf : spent.,;: .the
wee' ..1 Lvra as the gnest ' of
seiimes Ida S. WHliama and
XTjs. I'jjy JStvn of Bowden,
arl Ht. titert Jackson . were
r -:'J tly af lis. Ada a. wn-
rr. azi n. Adolph Jones,' of
KaseLCl, t;ext tho weekend here
tso rs:-ts of teiaurei.
W, P. thfrren of Xethel and B.
L. Ci.lA cf CarlrttesvOle, Va,,
were riKts weiiesoa7 ox JSC.
and L IL ttipen.
C.9 rtcr-'ar hu retorned aft
er a tlj U tllOw ;
T7 are t .a t know ta&t lrs.
Clb E.t.',...r is alio to be out of
the to:; ".'-J. CLs is the guest of
re3at.7es ta , -
rr. fi Ilrs. Lbuter - Jenkins,
ct 11 Cramp spent Sunday as
the gnests hero of Kr. and His.
littler Jeniiafcrt: y't
Vst. Owen Cuinn, of Chinana-
H i f;e fnest of her sister, Krs.
'r. t- i Leo Jackson, Kiss
es T- Ilcias and Bnby Smith,
-l tails trowa :atteaiad-a'
s at ti'vU ' last Thursday
r-'ulaville girls and boys line npjllrs. Warren ZlaxwolL
for fLl year's basket ball team it
s&owtay much interest They are
ezpeciiug a successful year, wLick
has already begun fith a ban'..
The girls have selected Evelyn
Home as Captain and Gladys Ed
wards as manager, tiher girls in
cluding last year's team are: Eel-
la Kennedy, Swannie TWr!en, l!Ia
tcl Kennedy, Dorof-y .Wjufred, 0
vil Eaker, Ilamie Eth WMvield,
Virginia Albertson, porotliy, Eos
tic. The new members are: Alma
Craft, Eessie Craft, Eunice ,, Hae
Thomas, - liivis ,.C?j Kennedy,
Joyce Eollingswortlj Eary Enen? A. "Dunn' Smith. At present
Powers, Eazel Williems, Eora He
len Edwards, Kildrei Ketherontt,
Kayo Williams,, Or lie Eazzard,
Juanita Knox, Kary Bell Cumbers
Dcctcr Dcinj :
Ealeigh, Oct, 28 Gratifying re
sults of the; Statewide' Health
Week program carried on under
the direction of L. 0. Blackus, as
sistant State Supervisor of Recrea
tion Work for Hegroee, have been
brought to the attention of 1 Dt.
Carl v. Beynolds,' State Sealtn
Offioer, ,l:"?f -r
Dr. Eyenolds, called f upon to
cooperate in the movement, ren
dered the assistance requested, as
did Dr. X, X, fox, director of the
Division of County Health Work.
Dr. waiter Hughes, associated
with the State Board vof Health
Mrs. Smith's sister was inarriedj for work among negroes, . being
B. 0. I!axwe!l is repiiJlv im-
provir-y siaoe Us rcijra home
from Carolina C:rrjJ Eospital at
V7ilson. Ee- is b -;li!r j to use
one orutch and Lt;ss to soon be
a'.Ie to use two. He enjoys his roll-
Hiss Louise EaCrper, daughter of
O. and l!rs. Baford Harper and
Ambrose Smith were married re
cently. They attended the Baleigh
Fair last week. Both are graduates
of the B. F. Grady Eir:h School
They are making their home with
the groom's parents, Kr. and Mrs.
Cc : : V I "
recently in Los Aneeles. Calif .
0, P. Johnson, of KenansviUe,
and Kr. and Mrs. Ed Orady, of
aid Maybelle Williams, : totaling ' wnito EaB, visited Mr. and Mrs,
24 girls with J. M.i Hargett as. G. Maxwell Wednesday. . .
coach.- , - ItT Bmith, of Smith's Township
The boys prospects seem even i patient at General Memorial
better continuing with all of last I Hospital at Kinston. His son, John
Parker has wuui nu aome ana serv-
ye&r's squad. Linwood Parker
been selected Cautain and Pan!
TTtIVIAW PUAOnto 111 A.:.. ... i .
Tne boys nave beautuui ' new
playing and warm-ip suits ; of
which they are very proud. ,
. The boys' squad this year con
sists of the following: L, Parker,
captain; C. Mercer, 0.'- Thigpen,
M. Brown, P, Hunter, ?o-captain;
H. Home, J, Thomas 0. Garvey,
G. Byrd, B. Kennedys B. Kennedy,
L. Bostic, W.- Thigpem Bommis
MaUison, co ach. . .
Mrs. William Lanier of Cypress
Creek is visiting' her? sister,. Mrs.
Joshua Jones.. .
Miss Pauline Parker, of Ahoskie,
was the weekend gueft of her pa
rents, nr. and Kus. : Willis B.
Parker. Her, sister, Miss Ethelen
Parker accompanied her back to
Ahoskie for a visit While ' there,
they will make a trip to Norfolk,
Mr. and Mrs. B. K Hollines-
worth and children, Joyce, ' Theo
and-Alois, went to Bosehill Tues
day to visit Mr. i Hollingsworth's
mother, who is very ill at the
home of her daughter,. Mrs.iiSol
aouse, 'x'-" rT-" 'i
ice station by fire reoently. Our
sympatny to tne lamily. 1
Kiss Myra Maxwell, supervisor
oi varouna ueneral Hospital at
Wilson spent Thursday night with
we (anuH, ouu xunuy, JUT. ana
ats. it, , suxweu. sua came
home from Wilson with Mortimer'
- Baymon Potter had the misfor
tune to get bis head injured while
working on ear Monaav after
noon. Ho operates the garage at
uoo herring's store. He was rush
ed to Parrot Hospital in Kinston
where the doctors say his injury
is very serious, s , r -..y-.
' Mrs. H. D. Maxwell and daugh
ters, Host and Violet visited X. G.
Maxwell and family awhfla Thurs
day night. ' ,-
Mrs. Magnus Outlaw, Kiss Ad-
the first negro to be employed by
any state in this - capacity,:' also
rendered valuable assistance,- , the
report to Dr. Beynolds said." - ;'r
Planning meetings were hefd
in the key cities ' of ; Asheville,
Hew Bern, Greensboro; High Po
int, Smithfield, Charlotte, Bocky
Mount, Washington, Elisabeth Ci
ty, Greenville, Salisbury, Hender
son, Baleigh, warrenton - and
Goldsboro. Clean-up campaigns
were carried on, health ' sermons
were preached in many churches,
lectures were given, literature disr
tributed, yards cleaned, houses
painted, tin cans were gathered up
by children and presented to pio
ture shows, which gave tickets
of admission in exchange. Various
other movements designed to pro
mote better health conditions a
mong' negroes were x prosecuted,
and at meetings held throughout
the State thousands of negroes
were addressed directly, and it is
estimated that at least 40 per cent
of North Carolina's negro popula
tion oame within the scope of the
health week program's influence.
State, county and city health de
The Woman's Auxiliary Of the
Presbyterian Churcoh net Friday
niwflf Tiri Ww Hr11aM
Mrs, Burtis Thomas, peoretary of
Home Missions, had charge of a
very inspirational program. .
Special services of, prayer 'and.
self-denial for home missions were
held at the church on STuesdav
and Wednesday afternoons, with
a large number of ladies attend
ing. An offering was taken to be
used for home mission work. A
social hour; was enjoyed, follow
ing the meeting on Wednesday. '
die ford,. Miss Elithe Outlaw and porhnents all gave their coopera
Miss .Annie Maxwell faMi.' : -:
IUWA ' flit AnnAva fffl . . -A . C t -v. ,
. , Mrs, W. C. "Billie Cook" Kor- lOOOOOOOOOOOO
negay is on the sick list this week.
She has been in bed part of the
time. ei"-.if;.';i -Mrs.
Warren Maxwell and chil
dren, Mrs. Mabel M. Holt and Mrs.
Kewboren, f Kinston, ; visited
friends in Chocolate Sunday aft
ernoon. "J .".-; :ii - '
Little Joyce Maxwell, daughter
o jut. ana jits, warren Maxwell,
was a guest of the Shutts family
MBS. ASHE MQXEB HOSTESS '
On Saturday evening Oct. 23rd.
Mrs. Ashe Kfller, intectained 'at
a miscellaneous shower? in honor
of her sister, Mrs. J, I. ' Smith,
whose home was burned a short
time ago. Games were played dur
ing the. evening and the hostess
served deliciuos refreshments to
the' 65 friends who were present.
The Ulrichs are expected home
soon from Baltimore and Chicago.
v Bommie L. Holt writes that they
are Having very cold weather: up
in Chicago. He expects to spend
unnstmas at nis old home ' in
' David Grady, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Dave Grady is in
sohool at State College, Baleigh.
' James XoB. Grady will cele
brate, hia SfttA birthday, Sunday,
October 31. His sons. Warren and
Henry Grady, of New York Cityl
are expectea to be present.
' Owen Stroud's son, who suffer
ed a broken leg recently, has re
turned from the Hospital at Kin
ston. I ! r
We regret to learn that John
Henry Outlaw, father of Albert
Jacksonville N. C
BTCLirsm STUMPj SOUND
Served Steamed, Fried, Stewed
On Hatf Shell
Take Some Baw Oysters Home
PUCES VEBT BXASONABLE
p. ,.,' :
" Dr. B, L. Carr, Et'il- Coutj
Health Officer, says that k com
pliance with state reguk" ..ms tiat
all rwvroln who . are I . ,lllltics
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, 15 Learning
18 Ireland .
,20 Exists .
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23 Bos -:'
i 28 Something to chew )'
27 The Celtic Neptune .pi
i 29 Destined 4.
31 Jewish interpreter of H
35 Floor covering
,38 Wortbipi U
. 38 Huilcs of wheat
i0 Jewel , J
44 Mexican dollar '
. 49 Rendesvoua - ' li p.fant
51 Teacher - , " . ' ai Domeirtle fowl
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Of 64 Country
67 Ready moi.
Da a ewe
::3a It able. . - ei-J The silkworm
WX WILL PAT
gifts including thirty-two dollars.
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The honoree received fifty-two4 Outlaw, our register of deeds,
wnom we au admire is very sick
at his home in Beulavflle. We hope
for him a very seepdy recovery. ,
- Among those visiting Mr., and
Mrs. B. G. Maxwell recently were
T. W. Mewborne, of Kinston,
James. McB Grady, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Grady and little daughter,
'Teggy Jean," Hildreth Kornegay
and sister, Alda, Mr. and Mrs, W.
B. Gooding and M. L. Grady.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Smith made a trip to Wilmington
to'viiit MisrBnby Mae Maxwell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, D.
Maxwell, who is in training at
The faculty play at the B; F.
Grady school. Friday , night ;was
.largely attended, and enjoyed by
all present.'- "Amy of Arizona,"
very verygood. Jiugh ; Maxwell,
who had a leading part, with the
faculty, was complimented ; by
many people. The . "cake walk"
was very amusing, and the lucky
!-.- .. nr.---a tr ,- T-l
KaxweTdauffiT-"ana,the - W
J8 Tie -S7
Have reciprocal ttlaSHat
SI Pronoun , ; ; " .
42 Expression of surprisO
53 Variable star ,
54 Apartment for woman tvaaX
w iun a taste
89 Hebrew meatnra
?0 Become apparent .
f2 Peruse i
1 Article M
2 Roman money
a Clear oroflt
4 White of egg
. t Leases
0 Before .;
7 The genus hoaao
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: Kinston, N.C
Discount of 1 Per C
j ioweid on all 1937 Taxes Ptud cn c.
Before Nov. 1. 1937. i i 'tv- .
Tax Collector s