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urn.. vn. Nnrfnik visited i Rev Bailey Lewis, tilt
hprelast week but has returned pastor tor the second Free Will
totforhS TcaU tothe US AlrlSaptlst Church will fill his first
Corps. ' ' m , -
Mrs. Edwin Jenkins' of Fair
Bluff is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Leah Croon, ..
Jack Dail made a business trip
to Raleish. Thursday.
., Fred Meu-ritt and Oswald Croom
spent the week end in Richmond.
Mrs. Audry Joyner who is nur
sing at Pink HUT was at home
Miss Mable Woodruff left to
spend the winter with her sister.
, Mrs. Byrd in Seven Springs and
will attend B. F. Grady school.
Mrs. W. B. Hawes visited Mrs.
J. H. Gaylor recently.
Sgt. Paul Whaley is at home
this week with his father.
v Miss Lowtha Gaylor Is 'spend
ing the week with her parents. .
Warren Whaley of Norfolk has
arrived to spend a few days while
bis brother Paul is at home from
The revival in the Baptist
church will close Sunday night
Pastor Brown called off services
in the First Free Will Baptist
Church Thursday and Friday
; nights of this week on account of
the Baptist revival.
aDDointment here Sunday.
Mrs. Waltus Woodcock contin
ues very 11L
Mrs. Emma Chestnutt has been
ill several weeks.
Mrs Annie Baker Is improving
but not abl to be out.
The A. U W. wll meet Satur
day afternoon at 2:30 In the
home of Mrs. J. H. Parker. : All
members are urged to attend.
Regular meeting of the PTA,
Tuesday night Nov 15, patrons
and friends are Invited.
Lt. and Mrs. J. R. Jones of
Carthage. N Y- are visiting Mrs.
Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Parker this week.
Miss Pauline Outlaw spent the
week end with the home folks.
Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, Jr., has
been visiting her son, Albert, in
Mrs. Virgil Sutton and sister,
Miss Mariorle Stallines are
spending the week with Mrs. L B.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Outlaw and
daughter of Kinston spent Sunday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. V.
Outlaw. .- -
James Parker visited the home
folks Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Danny Sue Outlaw of Mt,
Olive is visiting ' relatives here
this week. . . ,- .-
Messrs. M. W. Simmons and
Amos J. Outlaw attended a meet
ing or the Masonic Lodge in Ke-
nansville last Thursday night.
Mrs. E. A. Rector entertained
her bridge club on Thursday even
ing at her home. High score prize
was won by Mrs. C. Beams, . a
lovely sachet A delicious salad
course was served. Out of club
guests were Mesdames James E.
Faison. J. B. Stroud. Jr.. Henry
Precythe, Jr., J. X. Morton, Cecil
McCullen and C Beems.
Lions Club Meets
The local Lions Club was host
to a zone meeting on Friday eve.,
at the Community Building.
Member of the Mt Olive and
Clinton chapters were present
Lion R. A. Williams, president
of the club, welcomed the guests.
Zone chairman, Lion Reith
Jones of Mt Olive presided at the
Zone business meettne.
Supper was served by the ladies
of the Methodist Church.
Mrs. Dennis Lee returned from
Duke Hospital after receiving
treatment there for several days.
Mr. Addison Hswley and son,
Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. John Haw
ley of Goldsbaro were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zsham
Faison on Sunday.
Mrs. R. O. Bverette of Durham
was a visitor in town on Monday.
Mm. Margaret Oates and Mrs.
John .Faison of Goldsboro spent
the week end with Mrs. N. F.
McColman. f'- .-. .
;-'.B. F. Grady News -
The B. P. Grady High School
district went -over the' top In the
drive for United War Relief Funds.
Over $500 was turned for that pur
pose. The F. F, A. boys In the work
shop have been turning out little
wagons for the Christmas trade.
They have made and delivered
over 100 of them.
The seniors are working "bard
on their annual play. Spiring Fe
ver, which Is to be given Nov. 24.
This Is a royalty play and indica
tions point that It should be one
of the best ever given here.
Quite a large number of the pu
pils saw the movie, I wanted
Wings, given here last . Friday
Ghost Breakers, the next picture,
will be shown Nov. 19th. '
The next regular meeting of
the PTA will be, Monday night,
Nov. 15. After the meeting a
dress revue will be given This
will be followed by two free pic-,
tures. Victory In Sicily end Bombs
The Saullne Flayers wiu oe dsck
again this year, Wed. Nov. 17th.
In the afternoon they will give,
Huckleberry Finn andat night,
The Southeast School Assem
blies of Green Lane, Pa.,, will pre
ent five programs here during
the year, the first on Friday at
2:00 p-m. This will be BoBo. the
Miss Dorothy Jo Osborne, Home
Ec. teacher accompanied by one
of the -seniors, Miss Annie Made
Harrison attended a State Home
Economics Meeting in Salisbury
last week end, The purpose, to
plan a State Home Economics
JOSEPH RAY OUTLAW
Joseph Ray Outlaw, age 37, son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Outlaw of
Albertson township, died at Duke
Saturday afternoon following an
uiness of about a year. He was
sutfering from Bright s Disease
and recently suffered a heart at
Funeral services were held
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Monday afternoon conducted by
his paitor, Rev. G. H. UWch of
the Outlaw's Bridge Church. In
terment was In the Mt. Olive
CeHel is7' survived by his widow,
the fcvmer Ruth Grady of Grady s
Crossroads, two children, his pa
rents and the following brothers:
Paul, LaFayette and Gordon of
Duplin County; Bennie and Jam
mie of Seven Springs; Don Albert
of Dover; and sisters: Mrs. Lon
nie Outlaw and Mrs. Rodolph Sim
mons of Duplin County. :
JAMES M. BOWEN
. Funeral services for James Mit
chellBowen, who died In a hospi
tal at Wilmington, Del., on Thurs-
ivam no m rmrn li it? uimiuj v
his mother, Mrs. W. M. Bowen, in
Warsaw on xaonaay uy u .
C. T. Thrift pastor of the War-
saw Metnocusi unua
G Vann Stephens, pastor of tte
nantiet riiiirrh. BUXial
VYHlBan siMt " .
followed In the Clinton Cemetery.
Mir. Bowen, a rormer rewu
of Warsaw, had been employed in
New York City for the past sever
al years. He married Sue Dixon
Herring of Clinton, who died a few
years ago Surviving are his
mother; a' daughter, Katherine of
.... i alstorn. Mrs.
Warsaw; wiu "" . ,
j. p. Newton and Mrs. Annie
Carroll of Wilmington.
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Since the demands of war are
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alongside our ngnung men us
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If she is not fit she will all by
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in the field, she will have defi
nitely Improved her posture, resi
tance, and In general be alert, ef
ficient and dependable.
Carefully planned exercises in ,
nh.roioai trafntnsr in the Wac ere-
ates women ready . to "take if. ,
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you may be sure or mat.
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