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# Social News
Edited by
Hilda Barrow
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Call; 244-0780
Notes
5 Around Town
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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
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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
. - ^. Moil this od to STEAMEX BOX
20% VANCEBORO, N.C. 28586
.Phone,
20%
'CLIP & SAVE'
SP" The Sewing Shop'^
offers this fall special vS
25^ off each pattern with *5 purchase and this adr
Klopman’s Dyed to match
Santera Prints
Klopman’s
Moonspell Solids I
Summer Knits on Sale
Reg. *2.98 & >3.98 NowOnlyM”yd.
The Sewing Shop
Morris Ploio - Voncoboro - 244-0202
'Cup a save'
    

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