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    KENANSV1LLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TIIS DUPLIN TIMES
FRIDAY, NOVLV.:R23rdf 1945.
Beulaville Farmer
Buried Sunday
Funeral services for Walter F.
Lanier, 61, of the Beulaville com
'.munity , were conducted Sunday
afternoon from Bethel Presbyter
Ian Church by Capt. Ben Rose of
the Army Chaplain Corps and for
mer pastor of the Bethel Presby
terian Church, assisted by the Rev
Mr. Potts of Wallace. Interment
was in the family cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, the for
mer Ida Am an; three sons, E. W.
Lanier of Burlington, Raleigh
Lanier and Winfred Lanier, both
of the home; one daughter, Mrs.
Ida Mae Smith of BeulavDle; two
sisters, Mrs. L. J. Albertson and
Mrs. David Batchelor, both of Be
ulaville; three brothers, Enoe, Lis
ten and Herbert Lanier; and five
grandchildren.
Mrs. Miller Honored
At Bridge Party
Mrs. J. D. Sandlin, Sr., and her
daughter, Miss Julian Dean San
dlin of Beulaville recently enter
tained at an afternoon bridge par
ty in their home honoring Mrs.
Charles E. Miller, the former Miss
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Ruth Jones of Beulaville. Two ta
bles of bridge were In progress in
the living room. Mrs. Miller's
place was marked with a corsage
of roses. During play, iced drinks
and nuts were served. After three
progressions,' Mrs. I. J. Sandlin,
Jr., and Mrs. R. R. Mercer were
presented high score prizes. The
honoree was given crystal by the
hostesses. The guests were then
invited into the candlelit dining
room where the table was center
ed with an arrangement of chrys
anthemums flanked by burning
white tapers. Mrs. J. D. Sandlin,
Jr., poured punch from one end
of the table while party sandwich
es and candy were served from the
other end by Miss Julia Dean
Sandlin. Those playing were Mes
dames Harry Home, Jack Morton,
J. D. Sandlin, Jr., R. R. Mercer,
Emmett Clark, I. J. Sandlin, Jr.,
F L. Norris, and the honoree.
Guests invited for refreshments
wire: Mrs. W. G. Jones, mother
of the bride, Mrs. Talmadge Mill
er and Mrs. Waller .mother and
sister of the groom, and Mrs. Wil
liam Fedora.
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Little Linda Byrd, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byrd of Seven '
Springs, recently returned from
the hospital where she received
treatment for head trouble. She
is doing nicely.
Mrs. Beulah Mae Byrd and chil
dren visited her sister Mrs. Gai
tha Drew of Magnolia over the
week end.
MAYSVILLE NOTES
Mrs. Annie Kornegay visited in
Richmond and Emporia, Va., last
week.
Robert Best is home with a dis
charge from the army.
Mrs. J. W. Jones and children
are visiting relatives near Clinton.
Warrant Officer Jack Nivon is
spending a furlough with his wife
and family.
Miss Louise Best spent the week
end with Mrs. Robert Best.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grady vis
ited Mrs. Nannie Grady Sunday.
The Maysville H-D Club held
its monthly meeting In the home
of Mrs. Charlie Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. James King visi
ted relatives in the Goldsboro
Hospital Saturday.
Miss Elizabeth Eatman spent
the week end with her mother,
Mrs. Ester Eatman.
Pvt. Kenneth Best spent the
week end with his parents, Mr.
Auction Sale
Monday, Dec, 3rd.
10:00 O'Clock
THREE MULES
ONE WAGON
ONE CART
FOUR TOBACCO TRUCKS
THREE STEEL BEAM COTTON PLOWS
TWO TURNING PLOWS
1 TWO-HORSE JOHN DEERE PLOW
TWO CULTIVATORS
ONE V HARROW
ONE PEA WEEDER
ONE BEAN HARVESTER
ONE DISC HARROW
ONE SECTION HARROW
ONE JOHN DEERE No. 2 MOWER
ONE CORN PLANTER
ONE FERTILIZER SOWER
ONE BUICK TRUCK 1931 MODEL
ONE 1939 DODGE FOUR-DOOR SEDAN
ABOUT 300 BALES OF HAY
ABOUT 1 0,000 TOBACCO STICKKS
SEVERAL OTHER FARMING IMPLEMENTS & SUPPLIES
W. J. Smith
Farm
S m ith Townsh i p
Near Jones Smithes Store
JOHNIE GARNER.
HAMBURG, GERMANY
Soundphoto Alois Hitler, 64,
stop-brother of the infamous
Adolf, wants to change his name
to Hiller but fast He has ap-
plied for permission to blot out
association the name carries to de
fuehrer after bis restaurant busi
. ness was ruined when people
i turned on mm because or nis name.
. He is living a remtte life on the
:jtsi:irts of hdinourg-.
and Mrs. N. B. Best
Walter Foss is home from the
army with a discharge. j
Hazel Lewis of Calypso spent i
Tuesday night with Irene Jones, j
Mildred Britt spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Britt
Thanksgiving
What does the word "Thanks
giving mean
To the pilgrims of today?
Let us move more thoughtfully
Along November's way.
What did it mean to the Pioneers?
A battle long and grim
With cold and hunger, loss of life
For the right to worship Him;
For the freedom which Is ours,
who sit
In churches safe and warm;
For us no fear of Indians,
No icy winds of storm.
For us no flying arrows, yet
There is another foe:
Too materialistic, now,
The minds of mortals grow.
Too complacent, satisfied
In self-encircling thought
Let us lift our spirits up
To the light that David sought
Long ago on the emerald hills
When he sang hie psalms of
praise
Of the earth and sky, to the God
of Love,
For the miracle of days.
What does the word "Thanks
giving" mean
To the pilgrims of today?
Let us move more reverently
Along November's way.
BESS H. HINES,
Kenansville.
TEE ATOEC3 STOPPED
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N. I. BODDB
THE RAM INSURANCE MAN
j Llix-Match Style
Victory Bond Aid
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Black and ' white checked iklrt,
white bloiue and (old wekh to lb
worn with other pieces. Good look
tag patterns for girli" clothes avail
able at local psttcrn counters. En
eonragre yonr danr;fiter to sew and
p at savinga Into Victory Bonds.
U. S. Treasury Deptrtment
DOUBLE SiiTY
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I Am Delivering
Daily
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Fertili
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Plant Bed Fertilizer
Now On Hand
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW WITH
RALPH J.' JODES
WARSAW, NORTH CAROLINA
jfSS we were smart-to InjyN;
M plenty of bonds in every J j
I bonds in the great I ;
HERE'S WHY...
1. They pay for the care and cure of our
wounded ... supply the finest of medical
aid. They help to bring our boys back home
... to pay for all the colossal cost of Victory.
2. Held by millions of Americans, Victory
Bonds will provide a solid reserve of buying
power to assure steady jobs for veterans.
3. Buying Bonds rather than scarce goods
helps keep the lid on prices ... prevents in
flation and its follow-up of depression.
4. Bonds form a reserve for future repairs
and replacements ... for modern buildings,
improved stock, better homes. ,
5. They hold dollars in store to pay for our
children's education . . right on throngk
rollege. ' ", . . .
6. Bonds return 4 at )
maturity for every S3 you '
invest. f ' . --..'V..-
7. They give security
enjoy later years
peace of mind. t
ity to WF 7
with Y
MAKE VICTORY SECURE! ru
KRAMER'S
Department Store
WALLACE,
NO.TTH CAKOUMA
    

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