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THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1943
THE NEWS - JOURNAL, RAEFORD, N. C.
Meat Canning Major
Project In Home
Clubs In October
Social Items - Personals
Due to the fact that the social
editor was called out of town un
expectedly and as the office was
not notified to get an assistant,
the News-Journal does not have
its usual personal and social
news coverage this week.
Until further notice please "mail
or phone all personal and social
items to the publication office
CIRCLES TO MEET
The Circles of the Society ot Chris
tian Service of the Methodist Church
will meet Monday Oct. 11th, as fol
lows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Marshall Thomas,
chairman, at the church at 4 o'clock.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. B. B. Cole, chair
man, with Mrs. C. W. Barrington at
8 P. M.
Circle No. 3, Mrs. Lewis Upchurch,
chairman, with Mrs. R. B. Lewis at
Overseas Mail For
MRS. TAPP AND
MRS GRAHAM HOSTESSES
A pretty party of the early fall
was that given last Thursday by Mrs.
Arch Graham and Mrs. Frank Tapp at
the home of Mrs. Tapp on Harris Av
enue. Beautiful fall flowers in pink and
lavender graced the tables in living
and dining room which were thrown
together. Five tables were placed for
bridge, which was played from 10:30
'til one when a delicious hot luncheon
in two courses was served.
Mrs. M. T. Poovey won high score
prize and Mrs. Benton Thomas second
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS ,
Lt. and Mrs. D. S. Tolar of Colum
bia, S. C. announce the birth of a
daughter, Margaret Rosanne, at Sta
tion Hospital, Fort Jackson on Octo
ber 4. Mrs. Tolar is the former Miss
Rebecca Bridges of Raeford. Lt. To
lar left for overseas duty in August.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAr
thur a son, Kenneth Dixon, on Sep
tember 26 at the University of Virgi
nia Hospital, Charlottesville.
Raeford's friendly postmaster, LaJ
cy Clark, wants the folks of the coun
ty reminded again that October 15 is
the final date for mailing Christmas
packages to the boys in the Army at
overseas stations. Packages for those
in the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard
may be mailed as late as October 31st,
Churches holding annual in
gatherings are invited to list the
date for their event. No charge I
made by the News-Journal for this
service. The notice will be pub
lished each week until the Ingath
ering is held.
Sandy Grove Church
The annual Ingathering at Sandy
Grove Methodist Church will be held
October 14. A barbecue dinner will
Bethel Day, Oct. 21
The ingathering for the Bethel con
gregation will be held at the Bethel
Community house this year, on Octo
ber 21, it was announced yesterday
by Ryan McBryde.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mc
Keithan a son, James Daniel, on Oc
tober first in La Grange.
Miss Lois McKenzie of Burlington
spent the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKenzie.
Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Dickson and
Miss Maude Bragg Dickson of Greens
boro spent several days visiting in
Raeford, Red Springs, and Fayette
ville last week. He took his mother
who had been in this section for sev
eral weeks and her sister Miss Lil De
vane of Red Springs to High Point.
Miss Mary Hazel Whitley, who tea
ches in the Madison School, Rocking
ham county, spent the week end with
Mrs. R. O. Cothran and Misses Au
drey, Juanila and Margaret Pickler
visited Mrs. Cothran's parents, Mr. an
and Mrs. J. Lee Pickler of Albemarle
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Jennie Kirk is spending this
week with Mrs. R. O. Cothran.
Miss Grace Linney of Hiddenite ar
rived last Wednesday to spend some
time with her sisters, Mrs. J. P. Smith
and Mrs. D. S. Currie.
Antioch October 14
Ingathering Day at Antioch Pres
byterian church has been set for Oc
tober 14th. Services will be held in
the church at 11 A. M. o'clock.
MEETINGS OF CIRCLES
SET FOR MONDAY
The Circles of the Raeford Presby
terian Church will meet Monday,
October 11th, as follows:
CirVle No. 1, Mrs. H. W. B. Whitley,
chairman, with Mrs. J. A. Wilson at
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Robert Cox, chair
man, with Mrs. L. S. McMillan at 3:30
Circle No. 3, Mrs. J. A. Baucom,
chairman, with Mrs. L. S. Brock at
Circle No. 4, Mrs. Herbert McKeith
an, with Mrs. William Lamont at 3:30
Circle No. 5, Mrs. A. K. Stevens,
chairman, with the chairman at 3:30
Circle No. 6, Mrs. A. K. Currie,
chairman, with Miss Ida McLauchlin
at 3:30 o'clock.
Circle No. 7, Mrs. Hubert McLean,
chairman, with Mrs. J. C. McLean at
Circle No. 8, Mrs. H. K. Holland,
chairman, with Mrs. Clay Lilly at
MISS MARTHA BRANDON,
On Friday evening Mrs. Walter
Barrington entertained at her home
for Miss Martha Brandon, with sev
eral tables of bridge.
The spacious living room was de
corated with potted plants and fall
Mrs. Clyde Mclnnis won high score
and was awarded a prize. Miss Bran
don, bride elect, was given a prize of
Delicious chicken salad and coffee
were served by the hostess assisted
by Mrs. Bill Upchurch.
MISS MARTHA LOUISE BRANDON
Miss Brandon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brandon. Her wed
ding to Lieutenant Raymond Aloysius Muench, junior, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, will be solemnized on Saturday afternoon at five o'clock at the
Raeford Presbyterian Church. Photo Courtesy The Charlotte Observer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Parnell and chil
dren, David and Addie B., of Fayette
ville. and Misses Joye Parnell and
Sarah Watkins of the Stedman school
faculty were the guests of Mrs. C. T.
Crouch of Ashemont on Sunday.
Miss Virginia Veasey has returned
to the Rocky Mount Sanitarium after
studying at a Washington hospital for
special work for six months. Miss
Veasey is a graduate of the Rocky
Mount institution's school of nursing.
"The demonstration for the 12 home
demonstration club meetings in Octo
ber will be "Meat Canning", says
Miss Josephine Hall, Hoke counly
home demonstration agent.
The schedule for the meetings is as
Wayside, October 6, Community
Pine Forest, October 12, Community
Ashmont, October 13, Ashley
Heights Community Building.
Mt. Pleasant, October 14, Mrs. C. L.
Little River, October 18, Communi
Antioch, October 19, Community
Blue Springy, October 20, Commu
Mildouson, October 21, Community
Raedeen, October 22, Cliff Conoly's
Arabia, October 26, Hendrix Grill.
Allendale, October 27, Community
Rockfish, October 28, School Build
ing. All meetings will be held at 2:30 P.
M. Club members and non club mem
bers are urged to attend. Any color
ed women who are interested are in
Club members also plan to draw
names for "Polly Annas" at the Oc
Sweet potato meal, made by dehy
drating sweet potatoes, has been found
to be about 3 per cent more efficient
than cracked shelled corn in feeding
Save when you Spend! An EXTRA
$100 Bond will Hasten the End!
Buy more War Bonds ,
lose fewer boys!
. and we'll
IF A COLD has given you
a miserable sore throat.
here's how to relieve the '
DO THIS NOW Melt a small lump
of VapoKub on your tongue and
feel the comforting medication
slowly trickle down your throat
bathing the irritated membranes
bringing blessed relief where you
want it, when you want it.
DO THIS TONIGHT Rub throat,
chest with VapoRub. Its long con
tinued poultice-and-vapor action
loosens phlegm, relieves irritation,
eases cough- a, tlff!
ing, invites 1 IWlXw
restful sleep. VapoRub
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CHOICE FOR THE ROL OF MARIA
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COMICS lO LEARN .
At REAVES We are
Observing This Important
National Event Thru Oct. 11
In urging all people on the Home-Front
make every effort possible to keep well . . .
as a wartime obligation to themselves, their
families, and the fighting front.
SOMK GOOD RULES TO FOLLOW
Keep Warm Avoid Fatigue
Keep Clean Eat wisely
Learn Home First Aid
Cultivate Healthful Recreation
Have Thorough Medical Exam Twice Yearly
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