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Dec. 3 ? Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tem
| pie and children. Hack and Mar
tha, spent Thanksgiving in Nor
folk, Va., with her brother, George
T. Swinson and hi? family.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Thrower
Jr. and family spent Thursday in
Littleton with his parents. They '
celebrated the elder Mrs. Throw
er's birthday as well as Thanks- '
Jason Mann and little son, of
Winston-Salem, recently visited his
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Millis and
sons, Edward and Holland, spent
the Thanksgiving holidays in Nor
folk, Va., with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hibbs, their
little son, Rocky, and Mrs. Mattie
Guthrie spent Thanksgiving in 1
Reidsvillc with Mrs. Lillian How
Mrs. J. S. Neal of Norfolk ar
rived Wednesday to spend several
days with her mother, Mrs. P. P.
Garner. Her husband came Satur
day and they returned home Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Collins
spent Thanksgiving day here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harness and
children, Beverly and Patricia, re
turned to their home in Raleigh
Sunday, after several days here
with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Garner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heath Jr.
were in New Bern Friday.
Misses Jean and Willilou Mason
spent the Thanksgiving holidays
here with their parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Manly Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heath
and little daughter, Emily, of High
Point, Mrs. Marsh Knott, Marsh
Jr. and Anne of Wendell spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Heath.
Leonard Gould and little son,
Jimmie, of Winston-Salem, spent
the weekend here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gould.
Miss Mary June Merrill and a
fnend, Virginia Potter, of Beau
fort spent the Thanksgiving holi
days here with Mary June's grand
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mann.
F. E. and Mayhuc West of Ra
leigh were recent guests of their
lister, Mrs. D. A. Kirk, and her
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gould and
little son, Doug, of Chevy Chase,
Md., spent the weekend here with
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gould.
Berlyn Temple, a student at
State College, and Jean and Betty
Jo Whitaker, student nurses at
Roanoke Rapids hospital, spent
Thanksgiving here with their pa
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hackney of
Durham and High Point spent the
holidays here and in Morehead
City. Mrs. Hackney's grandmother,
Mrs. Lcona Garner, who had been
in Raleigh two weeks with her son
and his family, returned home
Mrs. D. A. Kirk and son, Larry,
spent the weekend in Enfield with
Mrs. Kirk's parents. Her mother,
Mrs. W. H. West, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Mizclle, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Mizelle and chil
dren, Janet and Carol, spent Sat
urday in Raleigh.
The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Flem
ing and children, John and How
ard, went to Manteo Thursday af
ternoon to spend a couple of days
with his grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hunnings
and children spent the Thanks
ECC Will be Site of Rural
Health Conference Thursday
By FLOY G. GARNER
McGinnis auditorium at East
Carolina College will be the site
of the "Second District Rural
Health Workshop Conference" on
Thursday morning, Dec. 11, 1958,
beginning at 9:30 a.m. Dave Whi
chard of the Greenville Daily Re
flector is Conference Chairman,
working with Dr. Vernon Jeter,
Plymouth, N. C., rural health
chairman for the Second Medical
Society District. A similar con
ference was held in Wilson two
This year's workshop type pro
gram will feature four major top
ics: 1. Nursing Education, 2. Costs
of Medical Care, and 3. Mental Re
tardation ? How it Affects the Fam
ily, and 4. Adequate Care of the
Aged. Key resource persons will
giving holidays here with his mo
ther, Mrs. Idelle Hunnings.
The Rev. C. T. Rogers of Tar
boro was here Monday.
The Rev. Clyde S. Boggs, Mrs.
Boggs and their daughter, Nita,
were here Sunday evening, when
the Rev. Boggs brought the mes
sage at the worship service in St.
James Church. An informal cof
fee hour was enjoyed after the
The Ladies Class of the Holly
Springs Free Will Baptist Church
had its November meeting on Sat
urday evening, Nov. 22. Mrs. J. A.
Howard was hostess.
The usual procedure was fol
lowed and plans made for the
Christmas meeting in December.
Mrs. Leon H. Quinn will be hos
tess and Mrs. G. D. Hill co-hostess.
Husbands will be special guests.
Refreshments were enjoyed dur
ing the social hour.
The first grade children in Mrs.
Janie earner's room made and
sent birthday cards to one of their
grade mothers, Mrs. Joseph Mina
tel, whose birthday fell on Nov.
Mrs. Minatel, to show her ap
preciation for the delightful sur
prise, took herself, birthday and
all, to the school room, where they
had a party, with popsicles and
cookies for everyone.
be present to give up-to-the-minute
data in each of these areas of
The program will open with a
general session, then divide into
the four discussion groups. A sum
the program at
12:30 p.m. Per
will have their
choice o ( dis
to attend. It is
hoped that the
Floy G. Garner
of the Home Demonstration Clubs
and other interested people from
our county will attend.
The Second Medical Society Dis
trict includes Beaufort, Carteret,
Craven, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir,
Greene, Martin, Washington, Tyr
rell, Pamlico, and Pitt Counties.
The conference is sponsored by
the State and District Medical So
ciety in cooperation with all offi
cial and voluntary health agencies
in the area. Civic and community
club leaders are asked to announce
this forthcoming conference to
their respective organizations. The
public is invited and encouraged
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Do you use enriched corn meal?
Enriched corn meal is corn meal
to which various minerals and
vitamins (thiamine, niacin, iron
and calcium) have been added.
These minerals and vitamins are
those most commonly lacking in
the diet. Corn meal is part of the
breads-cereal group, and when en
riched, it provides, at low cost,
a number of important food values
including protein and energy.
Cereal proteins are better used
by the body when eaten with such
foods as milk, meat, poultry and
eggs. The many uses of corn meal
with these foods add to the pro
Teen-agers, because of their ac- :
tivity, have an extra high demand i
for energy which corn breads pro
vide. The use of self-rising corn I
meal and milk adds to the calcium i
value. Cereal and bread belong ,
in a well-balanced diet, including j
the reducing diet. ,
Did you know that corn is a Tar I
Heel food? Corn is not only an im- '
portant American food, but about I
SO per cent of the people in North '
Carolina eat corn meal or grits i
daily. This is one indication of the 1
importance of corn to Tar Heel
There are different types of corn t
meal, and most grocery stores <
carry several different types, de- 1
pending on the type of grinding. 1
and ingredients added. The label 1
on the package will, of course, in- i
dicate the type. The label will also <
be Inscribed with the word "en
riched", if the meal has been en
riched with the vitamines and min
We often hear the merits of yel
low and white meal discussed. The
use of either is primarily a matter
if choice. Although the yellow
meal is slightly higher in Vitamin
K. the white meal is said to be
lomewhat milder in flavor. The
?ord "bolted" on the label means
hat the meal is whole grain meal
?ith some or all of the coarse lay
ers of bran blown or sifted off.
rhis makes it lighter in color.
Choose whichever type of corn
ileal you prefer, but be sure that
he next bag of meal you buy is
>nriched. If your grocer doesn't
lave enriched meal, keep asking
lim for it. Encourage your neigh
jors to do the same. Eventually,
vith enough people demanding it,
ill cornmcal will be enrichcd.
Dance on Tap
The Smyrna Parent-Teacher As
sociation will sponsor another of
its famous clambakes arid dances
tomorrow night at the school.
Serving will start at 6 p.m. and
continue until 10. Dancing will be
from 9 p.m. until midnight. Ad
mission is $2 per person. Tickets
can be bought from PTA members.
Proceeds will go to the PTA.
The clambake consists of North
Carolina cherrystone clams, chic
ken, onions, irish and sweet pota
toes, and crackers.
Perry ville, Ky. (AP)? Sign in a
Perry ville church: "Our auditorium
J. M. DAVIS
More head City
CAROLINIAN COUNTRY STYLE
HAM - 89c
FEET LB !5c
FRESH PORK 4 LBS.
NECK BONES $1.00
FRESH, QUALITY CONTROLLED
Ground Beef * 59c
WINNLR QUALITY SLICED
BACON * 55c
COLONIAL'S FARM BRAND ? HOT OK MILD
CS EVAPORATED ENRICHED
A REAL TREAT! OLD VIRGINIA
| COLONIAL STOHES|
Price* effective In local Colonial Store*
only, thru Saturday, December i. Quan
tity right! reserved. None aoM to dcalere.
New! Triangle Premkni QnalMj
2 - 49c
FRESH MADE CHEF'S PRIDE POTATO
SALAD Si 29c
DELICIOUS CHEF S PRIDE COLE
SLAW Si 29c
MILD CHEF'S PRIDE PIMENTO
Cheese ST 53c
CHEF'S PRIDE MACARONI
SALAD S 29c
FRESH-MADB CHICK BN '
APPLE BUTTER ? * 19
SAVE AT COLONIAL ? COLONIAL'S
HOT CUP COFFEE ~ - 49
JUICY NEW CROP FLORIDA
OUR PRIDE HALF MOON POUND
CAKE IACH 49c
OUR PRIDE MACAROON rUP
CAKES S1: 29c
OUR PRIDE BUTTERMILK
Biscuits 2 ?G.s 29c
OUR PRIDE BROWN A SERVE SPLIT
ROLLS 0?"* 19c
CHEESE * 59c
OLEO " 33c
TENDER GREEN POLE
BEANS 2 - 29c
SLAW ~ 15c
PEAS 6 79c
CORN 6 79c
Broccoli 6 79c
Colonial has ? complete variety of freak
stocks of frwt cake materiak, priced
low ... to save yom more!
COMMENDED BY LEADERS Of Al l. I All US
PACKER'S LABEL VIENNA
SAUSAGE . . . 10c
PEACHES 2 53c
BEDGATE 2 ??? 29?
PORK & BEANS ? 10c
TOMATOES 2^ 25c
REJDGATE GOLDEN CREAM
GOBN.... 2^ 20c
LOW PR1CE1 ALL FLAVORS NU-TREAT
ICE CBEAM h - 75c
CAROLINA BEAUTY CUCUMBER CHIP
PICKLES.... ? 39c
OLD VIRGINIA PRESERVES
REACH... 2 Sf 49c
Fbuit ciike si n
STEWART... EXTRA LARGE IN SHELL
PECANS - 53c
MAKE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
My IUI OM-*
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Your Total food bill is Ic-ss when you Shop at COLONIAL STORES
? 335 FRONT ST. ? BEAUFORT ? 1010 ARENDELL ST. ? MOREHEAD CITY