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    * Tuesday afternoon, November it, 1952'
M/ss Watson Has
Birthday Party
Miss Joyce Watson used the oc
casion of her birthday on Tuesday
evening to entertain thirty members
of the beginner’s Sunday School
class which she teaches at the Tab
ernacle Free Will Baptist 'church
*in Benson.
Games were played amidst deco
rations of autumn foliage. On the j
refreshment tables, which was cov-;
ered with a cloth signifying the
autumn season, a two-tiered birth
day cake in the center was flanked
with lighted tapers.
Ice cream, cookies, and candy
were served by the hostess who was
presented a number of birthday
gifts by her little guests. David
P Denning, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. DeLeon Denning, was also
presented a birthday gift.
* Present were the following mem- I
bers of the class who came to the
party in costume: Judy, Janet,
Beth, and Davie Denning, Danny I
and C. M. Blackman, Jr,, Vickie |
and Rodger Whitman, Ann Jack- j
son, Dale Dixon, Wayne Gibbs,
Gladys Johnson, Brenda Norris,
Kenny Phillips, Pat Lee, Donald
Wheeler, Linda Mahler, Doris Kaye
Allen, Linda, Doris, and J. C. Allen,
George Hayes, Brenda Creech,
Julia Campbell, Jennings Capps,
Peggy Norris, Stacy Barbour, Faye
Parker, Polly Sue and Barry Norris.
Mother of the little guests who
attended and assisted in entertain
ing and serving were Mrs. DeLeon
Denning, Mrs. Charles Denning,
Mrs. Joe Norris, Mrs. Arthur Gibbs,
Mrs. Parlia Lee, and Mrs. Ed
I Creech.
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, PRINCESS
THEATRE BENSON
TUESDAY— WEDNESDAY
(Double Feature)
"Outla,w Trail"
and
"Sun Tiger"
Plus Selected Shorts
I
STAR-VUE
DRIVE-IN
BENSON, N. C.
HIGHWAY 301 NORTH
IN CAR HEATERS
ADMISSION ONLY 40 CENTS
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
BOX OFFICE OPENS 7 P. M.
/T GESD A Y WEDNESDAY
"The Day The Earth i
Stood Still"
starring
MICHAEL RENNIE
and
PATRICIA NEAL
Plus News Cartoon
[
Center View
DRIVE-IN
- DUNN-ERWIN HIGHWAY
Two Shows Each Night
Box Office Opens 6:30
First Show 7 P. M.
_ TUESDAY— WEDNESDAY
JOHN WAYNE
and
ROBERT RYAN
"Flying
Leathernecks"
Plus Cartoon
Thursday only
"Two Tidcets To
Broadway"
starring
TONY MARTIN,
JANET LEIGH
GLORIA DeHAVEN and
ANNE MILLER
Plus Cartoon
Benson Senior
Superlatives
Members of the senior class of
Benson high school have chosen
the following superlatives: Best
looking, Faye Barber and Kenneth i
Barbour; Best all-round, Gwen
Johnson and Graham Moseley; most
athletic, Pat Gregory and Stacy
Miller; most intellectual, Ruth West;
j and Charles Jackson; best person
ality, Grace Moore and Ken Prit
! chard; wittiest, Pat Thornton and
Thurman Whittington.
Officers of the class are Presi
dent, Stacy .Miller: vice president,
Thurman Whittington; secretary.
Graham Moseley; treasurer, Ken
Pritchard; and reporter, Faye Bar
ber.
Mr. and Mrs. David Peacock, Dr.
Peacock of Chicago, 111., and Mrs.
Mather Dorman have returned from
j a visit with Mrs. Peacock's rela
j tives in Tennessee.
Miss Jane Royal, member of the |
nursing staff at Rex Hospital, Ral
| eigh spent the first of the week in
Benson visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hampton Royal.
Mrs. Roy Medlin, Mrs. Vinnie
Smith, and Mrs. Roy Smith spent
Wednesday afternoon at Laurel
Lake.
CANADY TO SPEAK
I Murhy H. Canady, Harnett !
County sanitarian, will be the guest
speaker when the Junior Woman's
Club meets on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at
8 p. m. at the Community Center. |
: The program is sponsored by the
club’s public health committee.
TO SANATORIUM
Mr. and Mrs. James Renn and
Mr. and Mrs. Brantley Matthews
visited Mrs. Ralph David at San
atorium on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
Davis, who is reported much im
proved, is a former resident of
Lillington.
RETURNS FROM FLORIDA
j John W. Spears has returned
from a vacation trip to Florida,
j Mrs. Spears and their son, Johnny,
remained in Ft. Laudcrdfile for a
longer stay.
ATTEND FASHION SHOW
| Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Ray have re- ]
turned from Charlotte where they
recently attended the fall fashion
show exposition.
ULUNGTON
THEATRE
TUESDAY— WEDNESDAY
PARAMOUNT _ •* Iff
Wgffi I
cou>K ß r j)£CHNICOLOR _
K 1 stirring
Jtjrjyj YvonneOe Carlo • John Ireland
-AiwQ James Craig* Forrest Tucker
Lyleßettger • Richard Arlen
OirKtad by J«rry Hopper
Scraanpljy by Frank Gruber
'Mkk ßaud on a story by Gordon Ray Young
Produced by Nat Hott
Plus Comedy
Cotton 801 l
DRIVE-IN
THIS SECTION’S
NEWEST AND FINEST
Between Dunn and Benson On ‘
Highway 30i
•
! TUESDAY— WEDNESDAY
(Double Feature)
"Raiders Os *
Tomahawk Greek"
* and
"Queen Os The
l Yukon"
Peerless Theatre
ErwinJ N. C.
Beginning
MONDAY, NOV. 10TH
Show Will Open At
1 P. M. Running Continuously
Shows at 1-3-5-7-9 P. M.
Matinee Admission: Children 15c—
Adults 30c
Evening Admission: Children 15c—
Adults 35c
'TUESDAY ONLY
"Ivory Hunter"
In Technicolor
with
ANTHONY STEELE
and
DINAH SHERIDAN
WEDNESDAY. ONLY
TONY CURTIS
PIPER LAURIE
in
"No Room For
The Groom"
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in debt
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One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
for the three L’s, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos- !
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hint*.
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cry ptogram Quotation - |
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Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: SADNESS ECHOES IN THE VOICE
OF MIRTH, AND MUSIC MURMURS THROUGH THE WAID
I OF WOE—WEBSTER.
FROM ENGLAND ""
Mrs. Carter Cable and two-year
old son, Charles, arrived in Lilling
,ton Thursday night from Warren
ton, England where they have
been living while Sergeant Cable
| has been stationed there with the
U. S. Army. Mrs. Cable, the for
! mer Miss Sallie Byrum, will visit
■ her father, E. J. Byrum and her
j sister, Mrs. John H. Blackman. The
1 visitors who will be here for 30
days made the trip by air from
I Sctoland to Westover Field. Mass.,
where they took a train for New
York. They flew from New York
to Raleigh. They.came home due
to the illness of Mr. Byrum.
CONFINED TO HOME
James Snipes is confined to his
home due to illness.
W.S.C.S. TO MEET FRIDAY
The November meeting of the
members of the Woman’s Society
of Christian Service of the Coats
Methodist Church will be held on
Friday, November 14 at the home of
Mrs. J. M. (Boots) Malone. Mem
bers and interested parties are in
vited to attend.
~A C E
SIGN GO.
NEON SALES
I AND SERVICE
Office Located At 305 W.
Canary St.
DIAL 2911 DUNN, N. C.
Loans-Financing j
■» M-iVre Loans On New and Used Automobiles j
INSTALMENT LOAN DEPT.
FIRST-CITIZEN BANK & TRUST CO.
Stewart Theatre Bldg.
Photic Stann, N. C
SALES
SERVICE ■
A Big Complete Shop
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
30 OUR GOOD USED CMS
W. & S. MOTOR CO.
N. WILSON AVE. DUNN, N. C.
8
Barefoot Rites
To Be Tuesday
Mrs. Lettie Allen Barefoot, age |
M 62, of Dunn, Route 2, died at 9:00
' a. m. Monday morning at her
■ | home, following gn illness of about j
1 10 days. She was a native of Samp- I
1 son County, daughter of the late
. Nathan and Nancy Elleir Barefoot, j
She was a charter member of The
Savannah Hill Church and joined j
the church when it was first or- i
jganized in 1906. She was very act-
I ive in church affairs as long as
! her health permitted.
Funeral services will be conduc- |
ted on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. from
the Savannah Hill Church and bur
ial will be in the Barefoot Ceme
tery. Services will be conducted by
the Rev. W. O. Honeycutt, pastor.
The body will lie in state at the
church for one hour prior to the
She is survived by her husband,
David Barefoot. Dunn Rt 2; three
sons, Dewey Barefoot. Dunn Rt 1;
Eugene Barefoot and Vernon Bave- l
fott, Dun Rt 5; three brothers. M.
B. Barefoot. Dunn Rt 3. W. T.
Barefoot, Roseboro Rt 2 and R.
A. Barefoot, Morehead City; two
sisters, Mrs. Lula Strickland, Bunn
| level Rt 1, Mrs. Joe Barefoot, of
Dunn Rt 2. Also eight grandchildren
I survive.
The body will remain at Hatcher- j
I Skinner Funeral Home until it is !
taken to the church.
ATTEND GAME
' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Butler and Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Johnson attended |
the Carolina-Virginia game In Chap
i el Hill Saturday.
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