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On Koaday eveiuEg, Kr. ' an3
lira. Jamie Teachey, whose mar
riage ta Augnst was recently an
nounced, were honored vnih. a mis
cellaneous shower at the home of
TZa. 7. H. with Krs. S. E.
Lockerman and Hiss llargaret
Teachey as assistant hostesses. .
After registering, guests were
invited into the , dining . room,
where the gifts were arranged.
Refreshments were served here al
so. Music was furnished daring
the evening by Mrs. Elmo Teachey
and Miss Margaret Maness. . .
The family of Mr. and Mrs. S.
0, Alderman, wish to thank their
friends for kindnesses shown to
them in the Alness and death of
their daughter. .
The Junior Class of Eosehill
High School will .present ,"A
Beady-Made Family," by Jay To
bias on Friday, Feb. 11, 7:30 P.
VC at Bosehill High School Audi
torium, It is a splendid comedy
with a good plot.: The public is
cordially invited to see the play.
Admission fifteen and twenty-five
cents. ' - 1 "
MBS. MM. TEIGPEN ,
, Correspondent .
Mrs,. Robert Craft, Sr.,. has re
turned from a visit to her brot
her, Buoian Mobley at Fonntains
boro. - '' , -' "
Miss Virginia Bass of' Jack
son Springs and. Dudley spent the
week end as the . guest of Miss
Aileen Bumgarner. - - -
' Mr. and Mrs.. Peyton .Whaley,
and son, Bobby, and Misses Alma
Craft ana - Annie Mae Houston
were in Einston Tuesday night,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0, Sholar and
little son, James Deane were dint
ner. guests of , Mr. -and' Mrs.
SEA FOOD CAFE
HEADQUARTEBS DT DUPLDI
fiOTTRTT FOB SEA FOOD IN
'' ' SEASON
We Feed yon when in Warsaw
7e furnish you sea foods to carry
' home at the lowest prices
- VALErmrs specials
Stcv Beef, lb .... . . r. ...... . . .:. lie
Rc'jr.d Sizdzy lb .. . ... .... .V. . 25c
Hnnl"rc;crt lb .. .... . . V. . . V. . - 15c
Svnns Dovm Cr.!:e Flour, bos . . 35c
iLrVcct iwCdjj G lmrjo cslics 25c
hpOviitake chony pie more than over the dessert to eerTeHfot a
1 February party, why not "a la!mode" It with Ice cream heartsT
No gadgets or molds are needed to make the hearts Jnst dip the Ice
cream from the freezer with an ordinary tablespoon and unmold the
spoonsful so that they form a heart -on top of each, piece of pie. The
following Ice cream recipe la especially recommended becanaa It la
a smooth. Inexpensive "cream-less' variety and is just the right
richness for an "a la mode." Combine cup sugar with 4 table
snoona flour and blend with 1 quart scalied milk. Heat over low flame,
i BfinHncr AAnatnnHv. nntll thickened
. tnhtaannoTM of the mixture over
i Anrhiv ami than aitil to eimt.ud mixture. Add U teaspoon wit. tivl
5 teaepo-ms vanilla extvact, and chflL
. - ta a.m. wY.it
' See ereim mixturb AssemSla the "reel -ir. oover and p3k-vlth uii
lure of S parts crvshxl lee and 1 part rock salt Turn erajk slowly,
- fcnt ntrin. -Whna the mkcture becomes too stiff to turn. In 5 to 10
minutes, remove cover carefully, '&ke out dasher, and pwk down
I Wenly with eijoon. Cover Ice cream wlrh wax japer and rep'ace cover.
Loraw off water and replenish Ice and salt mixture. Cover and allowl
to harden at leapt one hour before
George Whaley Monday evening,
' Mrs. Cora 1. Fountain of Foun-
tainsboro and Miss Etta Thomas
of near-' Benlaville have been
guests for several days of their
brothers, E. P. Thigpen and M M.
Thigpen . ' - -'
-Bev. J. L. Powers it visiting
hie -mother near lumbexton, She
has been very ill but is ..much
better now; - -'
Services at the 1 Presbyterian
Church last Sunday , were very
much enjoyed. Bev. John Potts, of
Southport, was the visiting min
Mr. and Mrs. M M . Thigpen
were in Wilmineton Thursday.
' Misses Vimnia Albertson , and
Delia Kennedy, spent Wednesday
with Miss Alma Craft. , I 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Quinn, of
Einston were here Saturday en
route to Columbia and Marion, S.
C, where they were - guests for
the weekend of Mr. and Julian
Auinn and Mr. and Mrs.- C. T.
Sloan. Mr. Quinn's sister, ; Mrs.
Paul Parker joined them here, and
made the trip to South Carolina
.also, W - '- - -
EENANSTIIXE, N. C,
Remove from flame-and pour
k leaten egg yolks. Blend Mmr-
PtMt the mlxnre into a modern
am ..tll -.tiff onri twmr AVttr thA
serving. ' -
Misses Aileen and Helen Wil
liams are visiting near Tin City.
! Norman Smith, who has : been
very ill at Duke Hospital, Durham,
has returned and is at' the home
of his mother, Mrs. Nora Smith'
near Sareeta, " " , , "
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Cavenaugh,
of Warsaw; were here Sunday
morning for services at the Pres
byterian church. -'The; were ac
companied by Bev, Potts, of South-
port.- ' ,' .'."!' j '
.Misses Willie Gray . Cox andf
Elizabeth Sneeden and Mrs. Gard-, :
ner Edwards spent Thursday after
noon in Einston. v;
- Misses Hattie and Margaret Hil
burn, Charlotte lee, Buby lucas
and Elizabeth Sneeden were ' din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M M.
Thigpen Tuesday evening.
; Friends of Mrs. J. W. Weber, Jr.,
of Tampa, Fla., will be interested
to learn of the arrival of a little
son in her home on Feb, 4th. He
has been named J. W. Weber, 3rd.
Mrs. Weber was formerly Miss lu-
cy Best, of Goldsboro, and was a
mcrr.ber of the local faculty lor
several year, and has many friends
in this community.
. Mr. and Mrs. L C. Brown and
ions, Tom and Jack, of longwooa,
pent Sunday wita their aunt, Mrs.
Ada B. Williaais.
Mes Helen Cunningham and
Th"? ma Dawson entertained :hrte'
tables at bridge Saturday evenug
s.t "the home of Mrs. Sam Brad-
shaw. on Main Street. - The oeca-
sion was in honor ox the birthday
of Miss FJsie McGowan. A delici
ous salad course wes served at the
conclusion of the game.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Matthews, of
BenlavUle - announce the birth of
a daughter, Zelma Adelle, Sunday,
Feb. 6th. Mrs. Matthews was for
merly, Miss Adelle Thomas, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas.
P. T. A. , T"
The ParenfrTeacher Associa
t'on held its sixth meeting for the
: ' 1 ;tio year on Monday night,
"j. J, L. Powers, president,
' .rg. The program on "Citi
' " V was in chaise of Miss i
Une Boil, iainMir of the pro-
- a committee. An Intern ung
"s was made by Miss Buth Shaw
I te faculty, and ft short sketch
' 3-ing around the U. S. Flag
presented by a number oi stu
'3 of the grammar grades. The
"s of riss Naomi Woods' 3rd
i fvn a deLlitful playlet en
' "The Babbit Who Wanted
-" An unusually large
'.,.1 tlxe mectirj.
, '"1 t . ! 1- .iy in hon-1
. r tf t.vo f.icU'y rff-mbers: L's
r -r r 1 : r. JoLn little-1
s. Till .". y act d as hoDt,
1 1 " i 't I ra as Lotebs. 11a. lee
,1c iv. 1 Line Quinn, both stu
J.a cf tlie clws were also guests.
A color scheme of green and yel
low was carried out, the furniture
in the dining room being ; green
and cream. A centerpiece of yel
low jonquils was; used. The .menu
consisted of -orange juice, oatmeal
with raisins, grits, ham, gravy, bis
cuits, butter, coffe with cream.
The girls -of , Benlaville v-High
School have taken much interest
in this department, and they ; are
making great advancement in the
field of Home Economics. John-
nye Brown Kennedy, Beporter.
WOMAN'S C1UB -
The Benlaville Woman's ' Club
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
J. D. Jackson, with Mrs. Clyde
Brinson, president, in charge. : A
delightful program and social hour
was enjoyed.. t r '
' CARD OF THANES,
; My heart is almost broken since
my dear brother was taken from
me. But God saw fit to take hint
out of all pain. '; He had been si
great sufferer for years. And I
had seen him suffer so much when
he would not let anyone . know
how much or in what way, until
he would get where I was, then
he would tell me about it. I can
not realize that he is gone to stay
yet, "Only gone, not dead.? God
alone knows how I miss him. And
he will help me. to bear all ' my
sorrow and trials in my sad lone
liness. -;,,. t '
I get cards and letters of sym
pathy, but none of them take thei
loneliness 'away from my sad I
heart. But my heart goes out to
all that have sympathy for me in
my sorrow and sadness,'
Dearest brother, thou hast left us.
Here thy loss I deeply feel,
xet again-1 hope to meet thee.
In a brighter world above, Sister.
DOLLIE A. SANDIJN, , Mag
nolia, N. C, v,'.
' Most Craven County farmers are
planting far more tobacco , plant
beds than will be needed in order
to insure themselves of ' sufficient
plants should blue mold and
sects strike heavily thitf year.
G; Ri Dail
Chas. F. Cates
FAISON, N. C.
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