KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TH2 DUPLIN TIMES
Society and Personals
Mrs. R. C. Wells was hostess to
the Kenans vllle Kontract Klub on
Wednesday evening of last week
' with Miss Martha Pickett and Mrs.
J.'R. Grady as additional guests.
At the conclusion of the evening,
Mrs. N. B. Boney was awarded
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SUN. - MON. - TUES.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28
Song Of The
high score and Mrs. J. O. Stokes
second high. Mrs. Wells served de
licious chocolate cake and coffee.
Monday Evening Club
Mrs. L. F. Weeks was hostess
to her bridge club on Mondav ev-
enlng. When scores were tallied
Mrs. H. D. McKay won high score
and Mrs. R. C Wells was given a
visltorsprize. Mrs. Weeks served
pecan pie topped with ice cream
and coca colas
Thursday Afternoon Club
Mrs. G. V. Gooding entertained
her bridge club on Thursday af
ternoon of last week with Mes
dames N. B. Boney, E. C. Tyndall
and Misses Lela McDonald and
Louise Ellis as visitors Mrs.
W. J. Pickett was high scorer for
club members and Mrs. N. B. Bo
ney for visitors. Mrs. Daisy Craven
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MONDAY and TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 - 27
(in color) Starring PAUL HENREID
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, Double Feature
Starring HARRY CAREY and PAUL KELLY.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 - 80
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In Pink Hill
Located next door to the T. A. Turner Co. Farm Machinery Store
is now open and doing business. We are the exclusive agent
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Guaranteed repair service on all makes radios, refrigerators
electrical appliances of all makes. We have in stock repair
parts for radios and a good stock of radio batteries. We have
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was given a going-away gift. Mrs.
Gooding served delicious refresh
Mrs. J. E. Jerritt was hostess to
the. Sewing Club on Thursday af
ternoon with Miss Lula Hinson as
visitor. The -club enjoyed their
usual sewing bee and social hour.
Mrs. Jerritt served fruit salad and
Circle No. 1 Meets
Circle No. 1 met on Monday af
ternoon of last week in the home
of Mrs. J. E. Jerritt. Mrs. A. T.
Outlaw had charge of the Bible
study, assisted by Mesdames N. B.
Boney and J. G. Morirson. Mrs. G.
V. Gooding assisted the hostess In
serving hot buns.
Circle No. 2 Meets
Circue No. 2 met on Friday ev
ening in the home .of Miss Martha
Pickett. Mrs. J. B. Wallace had
charge of the program, which was
on the "Church In Rome". After
all business was completed, Miss
Pickett served fruit and candy.
The Baptist Misionary Society
met on Monday afternoon In the
home of Mrs. C. B. Sitterson. Mrs.
Claude Dobson presided and Mrs.
Ellis Vestal had charge of the pro
gram on Foreign Missions. A so
cial hour was enjoyed at which
time Mrs. Sitterson served fruit
Girl Scouts Meet
The Girl -Scouts Mid their reg
ular meeting' 'in the '-scout rooms
on Tuesday afternoon:' They finish
ed making plans to entertain the
B.-F. Grady Girl Scouts -on Wed
nesday afternoon of next 'week!
Mrs. Daisy Craven has gone to
Atlanta and i Texas for ' several
months ' .
Lt.Col.-and -.Mrs: Cv C. Loth
are visiting Mr and -Mrs. L. rA.
Beasley. Lt. CoL Loth -has -received
his discharge after serving in the
army for the past-five years.
Misses Anne 'DaiL Sarah Pick
ett, Hortense Tyndall and Mary
Lily Rivenbark are home from E.
C. T. C. for the Thanksgiving holi-
days...' 5 tv:r-'t ..,," v '.'
Mr. , and Mrs.' Vance Gavin spent
last week end in Charlotte with
Mr. and Mrs. W. X, Reynolds.
Mrs. Daisy Merritt is visiting in
Rocky Mount for several days.
Mrs. H. E. Sanders of Goldsboro
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. , Joel
Whaley who is quite lick.
Miss Lela McDonald is spending
the Thanksgiving holidays in Col
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, T 945.
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
morning at 10 o'clock. You are
cordially invited to attend.-'
Mr. and Mrs. James King were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Davis near Calypso.
Rev.-and Mrs. C. E. Crawford
of Calypso -were guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson. r
Several of our people attended
the farm bureau meeting at Ke
nans ville Friday and heard ex
governor J. M. Broughton speak.
Air. and Mrs. J.B. Williams and
son visited Mr and Mrs. Henry
King of Mt. Olive Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holland of
near Faison, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Paul King Sunday.
The Maysville H. D. Club held
its regular meeting last Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Preston Whit
field. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grady were
4 Mr. and Mrs. George McClenny
of Richmond were guests of Mrs.
D. K. Kornegay over the week end.
Mrs. T. E. Beckner of Richmond
visited her sisters, Mesdames D. K.
Kornegay and James King last
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revenue, lumbering in the state Of
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billion board feat, 280 billion remain.
Demand for soft -rood. pulp, ply
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Miss Helen Margaret McLendon
has returned to Atlanta, Ga., to
resume her work after spending a
month at her home.
Mrs. Henry Dail is visiting her
daughter in Wilmington' for sever
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dobson
are visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Dobson.
Mrs. C. S. Williamson spent the
past week end in Jackson with her
son. Charlie Lee.
' Misses (Frances Jean and Yvon
ne Patterson spent the week end
Mrs. Clarence Murphy and Miss
Dorothy Frederick shopped in
Kinston Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Wilbur Adams and child
ren of Angler are spending the
Thanksgiving holidays with her
Dnrents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Will
Don't forget regular church ser
vices at Bear Marsh every 1st and
3rd Sunday morning and evening.
and Sunday School every Sunday
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appointment as a
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