IT # Social News Edited by Hilda Barrow (9 X Call; 244-0780 Notes 5 Around Town 4 Rev. and Mrs. D.M. Tyson of Benson were overnight ^guests of their son-in-law and daughter and grandson, Mr. and Mr. Robert Barrow and Wane last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lane and children, Richard and Bob, visited their pa rents, Ijitr. and Mri Clyde Gaskins of Vanceboro and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane of Ft. Barnwell on Labor Day weekend. HELPFUL HINTS ABOUT INFANTS is formula ordinary differ- cow’s Rev. and Mrs. Steve Hickle had as their guest over the Labor Day weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lewis of South Bend, Ind. The Ric kies also visited her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Preston of Charlotte. Q. How ent from milk? A. In a way that could be very important to your baby until he’s at least a year old. Formula is designed to con tain the same essential nutrients in the proportions that human milk has. Cow’s pijlk . is designed for calves and does not have the proper amounts of all the nutrients babies need. Many minerals and vitamins are found in cow’s milk in only very small amounts. Fats found in cow’s milk are not easy for babies to digest. In addition, formulas such as Enfamil are heat-treated so that the protein they contain is more easily digested. Knowing the difference be tween formula and plain milk may help make a difference between a child who’s a little peaked and one who’s at the leak of health. Send A Card To Birthdays Five-year old Kristie Russell stands beside her trophy that was presented to her as Craven County’s Little Miss United Way. Kristie Russell appears on T. V. September 16 - John White Levi Morris September 17 - Joe Tripp Robert Edwards Marshall Lilly Julia Fillingame Lisa Kay Tripp September 18 - Robert Barrow Helen Rouse Mike Speck September 19 - Michael Davis George FUlingame Darlene McCaffity Henry F. Edwards September 20 - Ann Dawley September 21 - Milton Miller Janice Morris September 22 - Ruth Beaman Priscilla Bolick Bernard Dawley Melody Ann Wright Anniversaries September 18 - Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mills September 21 - Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Summerell Our list of birthdays and anniversaries is far from complete. If you would like your birthday or anniversary to appear in this column, please send it to the WCH, P. 0 Box ^4, Vanceboro, N. C. 28686. Luncheon for (“elect Miss Anita Whitford, bride-elect of September 23, was honored with a luncheon at the Palace Res taurant recently. Hostesses were Mrs. Katie Chandler, Mrs. Margie Wilkinson and Miss Jo Silverthorne. The honoree was present ed gifts in her chosen china. A lunch of steak, assort ed vegetables, hot rolls, jello, peach cobbler and coffee was served. Miss Kristie Russell and her mother, Mrs. Alan Rus sell of Askin, have been very busy lately in carrying out Kristie’s duties as Little Miss United Way for Craven County for 1978-79. Kristie has appeared on WITN-TV in Washington early morning show, “Almanac” andWNCT-TVin Greenville show, “Carolina Today.” In Washington she was presented a trophy for her contributions to the United Way. Kristie and Mrs. Russell attended a kick-off break fast at the Ramada Inn in New Bern the beginning of S88SSSSS888S888S®88SS8S8888S®8888S888S8aagg»Bag«s»gg>gg>g.S^,^:,p^^ Miss Whitford entertained the month where Kristie was presented a U.S. Savings Bond. Also, they attended a luncheon at the Evaluation and Training Center in New Bern. Mrs. Russell says Kristie is enjoying her reign as Little Miss United Way and “we know her progress will probably be slower than the average child and her seizures will always be a threat but right now the future looks bright and hopeful to us.” The Russells would like to thank the United Way and the people who contri buted to this cause. In 1646, it was of Boston. to smoke tobacco within 5 miles See the new fall fashions at Cora’s Four Seasons Closed ^ Vanceboro, N.C. Monday 244-0469 Miss- - Anita - -Whitford, bride-elect of September 23, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Mon day night, September 4, at the home of Mrs. Jerry Harrison on Rt. 2, Pine Villa, Grifton. Hostesses ^were Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Donna Newby, Mrs. Addie Creech and Mrs. Kay Davis. The honoree was presented a white carnation tipped with yellow. Mrs. Hgrvey yHhitford, and Mrs. Ray HarHsoh;' thothers Of the prospective bridal cou ple were presented cor sages of a single white carnation tipped with yel low. The honoree was gfiven a shower of lovely gifts by the guests. The gift table was cover ed with a flowered linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow marigolds. The' refreshment table was covered with a white linen cloth edged with lace and centered with a crystal bowl of yellow daisies and assorted summer flowers. Refreshments of cake squares, cheese straws, chicken salad sandwiches, nuts, mints and punch were served. , You ain’t SWUNG until you have SWANG Swinging Rocker Come in for a demonstration today Pat’s Furniture Co. Vanceboro, N.C. 244*1828 while there ask about their Cash Discount 20% 20% STEAMEX CARPET CLEANING Introductory Offer 20% Discount on Rug of any size Coll 244-0508 or 244-0780 for Appointment or Demonstration or moil to oddress below. Nome- Address City Best time of day for appointment . - ^. 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