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Juanita Redick and Sim.W.
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Eureka school faculty, spent
week end at her home here.
Miss Qazel McKeel visited her
mother, Mrs. Tryphenia McKeel, dus
inr the week end.
Misses Lula Powell and Alex John
son of Raleigh were dinner guests of
Misr Juanita Redick Monday even
Miss Clam Jenkins and Mrs. Sam
Jenkins were Wilson and Reeky
Mount visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. W. E. Lang, Sr., is viattin?
relatives m Fountain this weak.
Mr. and Mi*. H. M. Mercer, ?
and Mrs. Earl Lang and Mr. and
Mrs. Sharpe Newton attended
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Mm. Charlie Letehworth and Miss
Hasel McKeel entertained in honor of
Miss Juanita Redick, bride-elect of
this month, with a bridge luncheon,
Saturday at 1 o'clock.
Guests were invited into the living
room where covers wpre laid for 16.
Autumn flowers were used<thoughout
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Week of Nov, 15, 194*
Charles Starrett as
The Durango Kid in , >
South <ti the Chishoim Trail
Also Serjhl and Comedy
Betty Grable and Dan Dai ley in
MOTHER wore tights
Plus Latest News
Gary Cooper in
Also Color Cartoon ^ ?
George Huston as
The Lone Rider in Frontier
Rex Harrison and Gene Tierney in
The GhOst and Mrs. Mtur
Plus Chap. 6, "Who's Guilty?"
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Humphrey Bogart and Laaueen
Also Latest News .
Cary Grant and SWrley Temple in
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Mi*. Ray Wert, Sr.
Mies Redick's place was marked by
a corsage of white
and rite wab
Mn. R, A. Fountain, J^., and her
daughter, Betsy, entertained at their
borne in Fountain at a bridge party
honoring tSes.Juantta Rhdick, bride
elect, of Walatdnburj^ v- Saturday
evening. Attractive arrangements of
pink rosea and orchid chrysanthe
mums wage used in the living rooms
and dining room. A lovely corsage of
white and orchid chrysanthemums
marked the place of the .bride-elect
Coca colas were served during play.
After three pnogssakma of bridge,
lfhw Aslaian flarAin nil '.i
Jnrs. iwnan usruRcr was i
attractive handkerchiefs for Wgh
score and Mr*. W. C. Redick received
handkerchiefs for high score at rook.
Redick was presented a
fork in her choqpn pattern of silver.
The tables wen covehed with at
tractive refreshment cloths in green
and centered with unique arrange
ments of orchid chrysanthemums and
burning pink tapers. Ice cream mohfcf
of-pink slippers and individual cakes
of Wslstonburg, 11m
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L. D. Jefferson, Adrian Gudnu, Al
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