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S. C, and Mrs. Bob I
Bobby, of Pfeosnix.
wffl be glnd
Mrs. J. R. Peeler is 1
hurt returned from a
where she has been I
ibefct for the past few i
Sam Lewis Jfnkins,
skid H. T. Herring, Jr.,
Military Inrtitate, spe
end at their homes hew.
Miss Pattie and Robert Weoten, of
Tarbero, were dinner guests of Mr.
arid Ute. W. L. Mann, Sunday.
G. W, Holmes, of Chapel Hfll, waa
a week end guest of J. R. Peeler.
Friends will regret te-learn that
IBas Helen Beaman hi IB in a Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron West, of
Fairmont, spent the week end with
Mr. and Mis. Ray West, Sr.
Mrs. R. G. Fields has retained
from Laurel, DSL, where she spent
two weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sanderson,*of
Mofrehpad City, were the week end
goMa of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fields.
Miss Ollie Mae Owens, of Saratoga,
and John Joyner, of Fountain, were
dinner guests of Mr. and |trs. Jimmi$
Honoring Mrs. Vinson
Misses Rayonell Bailey and Ana
Hicks entertained at a miscellaneous
shower,. Saturday evening, honoring
Mrs. Tom Vinson, of Clayton, who is
the former Miss Pauline Dixon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. S.
Dixon, and a recent bride. /
Mfa, Vinson received many useful
and lovely gifts.
Woman's Club Meets
The Women's Club met Wednesday
afternoon with Mia. W. E. Lang, Sr.,
as hostess. After the business ses
sion, Mrs. D. D. Fields, program chair
man, presented Miss Jane Kittrell
who rendered two vocal solos: "Why
Cant I," by lilHe Strickland, and 'T.
Love You Truly," by Carrie* Jacobs
Bond. Miss Kittrell waa accompanied
at the piano by Mrs. Carlos Walston.
Miss Emogene Redick gave a piano
selection, "Claire de Lune" by Dubus
aey. A synopsis of the life of Carrie
Jacobs Bohd was given by Mrs. W.
E. Lang, Sr.
Daring the social hour the hostess,
assisted by Miss LHliam Corbett, serv
ed an ice course followed by coffee
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
This the'M day of January, 1947.
>hn B. LeWia, Atty. (J-10-6wk?)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.' the Estate of James Harris, late of
"Ht County^ North Carolina, this is
to the undersigned at
? do his hit
;he European 'Thatter Army
forces Replacement Depot, and will
won be assigned to permanent duties
*ith the occupational Air Force.
From this depot he may be assigned
to units servicing Army Air Force
planes in Germany, Austria, Italy or
France. While hen, in the heatt of
picturesque Bavaria, be will have aiv
opportunity to enjoy the scenic beau
ties of the wooded foothills of the
Alps. He will alse.be able to visit
the notorious Dachau Concentration
Located about 20 miles from
Munich, this |15,0<t(QbOO former Luft
waffe flying school was Germany's
Randolph Field. Now under the com
lhand of Col. Haleolm H. Stewart,
Hampton, Vs., it is one of the best
equipped and most attractive air
fields in Europe. At present several
thousafid GI's each month are pro
cessed and orientated for their oc
cupation duties at this key station.
Pvt. Jones entered the service in
April of 1048. j
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