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- v I ler of Ekuton
t rf ilia we;k here with
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I- H.1 Li!v afLornoon.-
I r. er.l I":. I. A. EcU and
till of Ciirner'i Chapel Com
rn jr - visited relatives ' hen
I -a I'l'Ircd Eammeiiin ipent
wi:i Mrs. Thunnan Jer-
i 'tl and, they visited gigtm, losses Ella and Macy Cov.
JvJ Cailaw of long Eidgej Xjb. Horace Groves and baby
in tie afternoon. , , .. ;tre vkiting her parents, Mr. and
. Ilr. and Mrs. !. L Sommerlin IIbb. John Parker in west Magnol
and cUHren "and Mr., Florence 1' ' ... ' " .'
fail cr vited in Kinston Son-'' Ilr. wad-Mrs. Herbert Blanch-
day aiteroon. -
.JZZ3 11LZZ COX
J. P. of Wilming-
:t I .l'-y with her uncle,
: - . ri who waa very
,i I . s. Cor3oa X7il
:f td v.: their
l i ,::'8i teens-
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aa:-' . - --j 1 rri .
l-'s i ; f ,r LL v,ro
i v" i I r e . , I- s
? t r Vila is s 1 at .i
' s -Lest I;Bie, untJ
y. I e spent Saturday with
r e XX, Urs. J. 0. Andrews of
' 1 and returned; to lich-
;-lan Gavin, !C?nd Eaves and
e 1 otier bcrs ix CCG Camps
ore i m for to week end. "
li. IJIie X'rank' Sutton it vis-
'. ?2 Lis mother, Mrs. J. S, But-
: t.- 1 ' v ; ;
I'jt. L. fi. Pope motored to
I . -:a Tne;J,-'T morning.' 1 t '
I ' s Us Cox er?reciates the
7 teautuUl cmndav ' cards,
cud flowers from ' member
; te Auxiliary of the Presbyter
Church in Xeaansville which
rsardleiM of how many mea
nt- you hT6 tried for Acia
Ind.'rtosUon, Gm or Hertlmr
rtn cm rc prompt roue wiui
Uf 1. I ceil, doctors pro
rrtption, in powder form Is epe-
!niiy cowoounded to Benbrall
fxcfos aciditr, relievo Indigestion
-"i.:kly . witfaoat ontlpOon.
'i .. -wBda have praiaed PUSH
f r u prompt relief It hroosht.
t ' ,u. Get PUSH tiAy, troint
r drnegist and keep it fin
. alwftya. Only BOe or, writ
il. Vit-tm Medicine Co., 1007
U tt. N.W- W Mngtm. j O
for iia trial,
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Tst in tie oss
a I --"n end
-t Jl cf CiiTiLm and
1. a and family of
1 i vifeied Urs. , Leah
1 ,r t : Js f Mrs. Kenneth
, . r weie t ' e oii'icera. and lead
cl the Magnolia - - Woman'
I3. 1'ar Eamfltoa entertain-
1 at a (Lnner party at her home
iJ:"'jy. A George Washington
mciJ of decoration . was carried
out wi'.i buy lovely spring flow
ers ari talle appointments. Gnests
were J oses DeiiniixvEaet, and
Vea 1 amllton of .Larrell's Store
T Id faculty and Hisses Grace
rood, Hae liarshburn. and Mrs.
Eeneth Taylor of Magnolia,
L.-nolia has had and still has
her share of .measles and mumps,
but our school has not had to
close ; although one room only had
g pupils one day. We hare - had
very little flu and only on light
case of pneumonia. -t
Mr. D. Sam Cox of Ealeieh
ileft .Monday after visiting.- his
lard of Bosehill spent Sunday. with
I JUrs. alary Haste. 1 -,- ,; .
- Dinner euests of Mrs. Kenneth
Gaylor'recently were the officers
and leaders of the Magnolia Wom
an's Club. -
' Mrs. Edgar. Hamilton entertain
ed at a dinner party at her home
Saturdays A George Washington
motif of decoration was carried
out with many lovely spring flow
ers and table appointments,: Gu
ests were Misses Denning, si Bag
gett and .Vera Hamilton of Har
rell's Store School faculty : and
Misses Grace Hood,- Mae Marsh
burn end Mrs. Kenneth Taylor of
MphoUb, v ..; .t..-i-' --v
t .mday niht at the -Baptist
', every organisation took
ile Trcam. 0. G. Brad
, . . " presided and
jar - " J, talk in S. S.' work.
' I :x had charge of the
-ram and explained
vi'Jl chart Ut .. Golden Jubilee
work. She mesented Miss oudie
1 arker who gave a . repon . ana
foals for the W. M. S. Miss Doro
thy Agister f reported and i gave
foals' for the Y .W. A. Fourteen
t A's on the rostrum sang, "We've
a story to tell to the hations. Miss
Marearett Elwell gave the report
and Miss Hilda Gaylor gave goals
fof -the Jear.', ,'t
, .For the B. A, Oswald Crooms
gave reports and ' Bobert Wil
son-played guitar ana inenooys
sang "Building For The Master"
and "Gtt That ' Good Old E. A.
SpiritV.'-- ' ""t. .,;
MAGNOLIA BAPTIST : CHURCH
: uBJSLUCTAHTLT 1 GIVES U?
':-- PASTOB '.
1 Bev. E. C. Chamblee, pastor for
one year of the Baptist Church of
Magnolia was phisically unable
to fill his regular v appiontment
here Sunday and Bev. E. P. West
supplied for him, delighting the
large eonmeation withe his ser
mon on ''Love's Supreme Gift" He
also supplied for nun at uax vaie
in the afternoon. '
- -Mr. 'Chamblee in one year of
service here: and his good wife,
endeared themselves in the hearts
of the people. He Is teaching in
the. school at Turkey and the Bap
tist, Churches ot xurxey, ; ew
- . - x 'i M piTu. ni, in
Wil U1U W 1W Mil MW yHHwv
and no resident pastor of any de- uiWI -noibihatioii
livinglhere. In oohfer-Jland Friday afternoon. She has
Hnnrtav thTHantiat neoiiie ex-i been confined to her bed for some
pressed thier love: aderatwa fori
Mr and MrsX Chamblee and re-
mt in mm thorn niv hnt fiA.1iiiff !
so jnuch the need of a resident
nastor. they decided to endeavor.
to form , another field and get a
Tuifltnr to' Uto here, and althouehl
! Mr. Chamblee oouud , have served
! here, there are1 other churches
hear Bp waft wanting the a extra
SuUday. Magnolia Church win be
Elad to .-get la touch with any ot
er'rastorate churches who might
'consider uniting with them ia cal
ling -a-pastor; "
r In giving up Mr, ana Mrs.
Chamblee the church feels their
lops' - wLl be the Rain of ' the
churches securing his services, r
i:or'""STio t.-m. c. a:
f . : In keeping with
I 'r. e-1 I . II. . Earwa
. 1 f . j Vi.,.; i tLeir daughter
f.t i..: a LJiay.
J r. sd Ti3. JdW.es Souther
1" i, I.,.s I rncis Outlaw and
r. Ju":." e Lurper motored to
JLLivve one day last week. -
Ur. L'rh I'xwell made a bus
iness trip to Kinston last ; ; Mon
day morning. . .,.,',
Ur. and Mrs. Korman Smith
visited Mr .and Mr. John Good
ing hut Thursday night -
Mr. and Mrs. Royd Smith were
Kinston shoppers Saturday after
Mr.' and Mrs. Seth . Turner
and Mrs. Mabel If. Edt were Kin
ston visitors last Wednesday and
attended a show at the ; Carolina
Mrs. L. . Tyndall of Pink Hill
had as her dinner guests last Mon
day her daughter, Mrs, H. D. Max
well, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Thad
Eornegay and Mrs. Alvin Korne
gay. her two grandsons, Hugh
Maxwell and Thad Kornegay, Jr.
its always a pleasure to nave tne
children in the old home and child
ren are fortunate who have father
and mother living to, visit. -
. Mr. and Mrs. Baymond Turner
and Miss Virginia' Turner attend
ed the picture show at the B. T.s
Grady.School Wednesday night. , j
Mr.- and Mrs.-John '-William
Gooding. and Mrs. Akx Chambers!
were shoppers in Kinston Satur-'
day afternoon. 1
' Mrs. Mabel Holt was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. 6am i
Massey, and was aocompained'
home by Mrs. C. E. Daniels, who
will i spend some time with her. j
Mr. Hneh Maxwell snent severe'
al days last week in Wallace in
the interest of Masonry. Congrat-1
uianons uugn. - f .
Mr. and Mrs. LaFayette Out
law were Kinston visitors last
Wednesday. Iney recently oelebrsx
ted their Golden Anniversary. The
writer tninks they are one of the
youngest loofcinff old counles in
the country. May they enjoy many
more years together. ,
- Mr. Stott, the State Grand
was the Sunday dinner guest of I
and Mrs. E. v. Maxwell.
. Misses Buby Mae Maxwell was
last Saturday night and return-)
ed to her work the same night j
juts. J. w. Knue and Mrs. Jonn
William Goodiiur. Mrs. Mabel M.
Holt visited Mr. and Mrs. Alexi
Chambers a while Monday. Mr J
unambers is in tne Ded all tne
time, and has been sick with the
Mr: and Mrs. S. 3). Turner made
a business trip to Kenansville last '
Manv of our men and women!
of this community will remember
Mr. Luther King who taught a
singing .; school at old - Prospect
church years ago when we were
boys and girls; and how pleasant
he always appears. He and Mrs.
King celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary just recently at
their home near Pleasant Hill.
All their children and grandchild
ren were vresent A delicious din
ner was served, picnic style and
pictures were made oi tne young
oouple Congratulations to them,
and best wishes for many more
nappy years to come.
Miss ladle Southerland from
Wilmimrton was home for the
week end and returned Sunday
' Mr. and Mrs. James Soutehrland
visited Mrs. Mabel Hole for a
while Sunday night
Mrs. H. B. Maxwell and child-
k uii MiHkJ j IKiiL XT-Ill a
! while Saturday afternoon.
I Messrs. HoweU Southerland and
VMM 11 m . mm .. v '
t. Mnmerifliiii. mjn. juutct
time. - , ' "
Our deepest sympathy goes out
ta the MiftrB fftmilv and friends
-of Mr, Boland Smith who passed
away yesterday, Sunday Feb. 20
at Parrott Hospital ia Kinston, he
has .been employed for several
years by Mr,
Herbert Jones of
and was said to be the
Vst clerk ever emnloyed there. He
knew the business, He is the only
son of; Mrs. Hattie Kornegay
... . i m
Bmitn ana ine uno ' icsuc duuui.
There will be many hearts sadden
ed by his death.
Dr. H. A. Edwards
PIfJS KTT.T Friday Saturday.
Monday; KTAXSYILLS, Tue-
d?y; rrULAVrr.T.T1 Ce2aesday;
You can't 1 i your best wiIxout
one of our huL.i,u.'s. " ,
, .-' Caswell and Queen Street ,
. Unier Eiroud's Brag 6toM . -
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EN70T iti fragrance
ly rtimTjlating trtoffOi
It Mack if you're cohnoisseurt If you liie r . ;
good coffee Head out list below:' -'.'-v 7 ,
GILL'S HOTEL SPECIAL, 1 lb.
wuMiufiK UOIXEE, l lb. can
MAXWELL HOUSE, 1 lb can
CABAJA COFFEE, 1 lb boi
LUZIANBE, SPECIAL, 1 lb. can
LOOSE, GBOUHD COFFEE, lb. .
GBEEH COFFEE, 2 lbs.
JTlUSSil Jlrt W, ID,
NICE. STEAK, Butchered this
auunii BiisAJ lb. :
We have plenty
KENANSVILLE, K. C.
PHONE 346 We Deliver
; Stut month, rj' witk ''''
yon pal off baying- your nw
4r-l Rfrisrmtor you bm
vary liktly mooty at
Yooc stNtal cofrlgaratioii
haoit nnly costs mora
mn,mi'h tfaaa A naw low .,
, ftiag eoit af a ft-B,
Ova's pt p with ma 1
' dqmtt, oId-fihlonI
' f Cclscfator ny loaatt. , ,
h m ftpmUrlf frietit -
" . , iM
Vahit thaa 1 tow
OntMat Com. tlk.
We Feed yoa v. a ia .'
We furnish you s-a f 'i t 1 -'
home at the m ;
; benefit by its nili-?
: ? ..drink it with :
v' V it
week Choice cuts, lb.
of fresh Vejetablesr
! ! 250 .
a - v'-.r
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