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More than $17,000 In Federal
compensation was lost by a Hforld
War I veteran merely because he
failed to make application for It
Discharged from the Army in July
(of 1919 because of TB, this veteran
was entitled to a statuary award
of $50 a month from that time on
due to his service-incurred disa
bility. The trouble was he didn't
know anything; -about veterans'
rights or benefits.
Processed by the Claims office
of the State Veterans Commission
In Winston-Salem almost 30 years
late, refused and appealed, the fi
nal successful award In this case
paused much comment among VA
oiiiciais and service officers. Mr.
Davis, State Service Officer, re
viewed the man's service records
In 1947. Noting- conflicting evi
dence of TB during war service, he
requested a district officer to con
tact the veteran and have him file
a claim with the VA. When service-
. The dollars my young nieces and
nephews earn this summer can give
them a stake in the future and help
j jjncle Sam Says
H 'WIIW ) W I.! , iT
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Keep me country's ecpnumy running
Vn an even keeL By investing as
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in United States Savings Bonds as
possible, Junior and sis will be build
ing a nestcgg for achievement of fu
ture goals. It's up to us grownups
Who have learned how big a nestegg !
we ean accumulate through the pay- j
roll savings plan tor buying savings
bonds to impress upon sis and junior j
that the future holds for them what
they hold for the future. I
V, S. Treasury Dtpartntnt :
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; Paul Ingram, Mgr..
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connection was finally granted it
was retroactive to August, 1947,
the, date the claim was received.
Had it been filed in 1919 the vet
eran would have been richer by
Renew 4-H Meat
For the 19th consecutive year,
the National 4-H Meat Animal
awards program is being continued
under the direction of the Exten
Since the program's Inception,
174 4-H Club members have recei
ved county medals of honor for
superior records of achievement in
meat animal projects.
As heretofore, the state winner
gets a 17-jewel gold watch provided
by Thomas E. Wilson, of Chicago.
Eight state winners selected for
sectional honors will each receive
a Chicago 4-H Club Congress trip.
Four of the sectional winners will
be name dnational champions and
each will get a $200 college scholar
ship. County Agent L. F. Weeks
will furnish complete information
regarding this program.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth West of
Rt. 2, Kenansville announce the
birth of a son, Mitchell Jay on Sat
urday, June 19, 1948. Mrs. West is
the former Miss Eunice Faircloth.
Miss Mary Lee Sykes- was hos
tess to the members of the Thurs
day evening bridge club. Pretty ar
rangements of mixed summer flow
ers were used for decoration. When
scores were totaled Miss Hilda
Clonlz was awarded high score
prize for club members and Miss
Erma Williams for visitors. The
hostess served a delicious salad
plate with punch and during play
coca colas and nuts were served.
Hostess To Club
On Monday evening Mrs. D. H.
McKay entertained the members of
her club. Pretty arrangements of
marigolds and nasturtiums were
used. At the conclusion of play,
Mrs. Vance B. Gavin was awarded
high score prize. The. hostess ser
ved strawberry ice cream ami cook-
Picnic Held -
The members of the Presbyter
ian Sunday School enjoyed a picnic
at White Lake Wednesday after
noon of last week. Swimming was
enjoyed and a picnic supper was
spread for about forty guests.
The Woman's Missionary Society
or the Kenansville Baptist Church
met Monday afternoon In the
church with the president, Mrs. C.
D. Dobson presiding. Mrs. Dobson
who will soon be movii.g to Wil
mington, turned over the office of
presidency to Mrs. C. B. Sitterson,
vice president, who will preside
for the rest of the term. The pro
gram "Training World Workers for
World Missions" was presented by
Mrs. E. V. Vestal with all members
Mrs. Frank Barden of Magnolia
fell in her kitchen Saturday morn
ing and sustained a broken hip. She
is now in James Walker Hospital
in Wilmington for treatment. Mr.
Berkley Wilson and. Mrs. Sarah
Jane Evans of Magnolia are also
patients in the hospital. They are
reported to be getting along nicely.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pritchard of
Asheboro, N. C. were week end
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euests of her brother, Mr. H. O.
Vestal and Mr. and Mrs. . V. Ves-
?Aand family. . . '.'. '
Jltev.; and Mrs. Lauren Sharpe
were dinner guests Sunday oi Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Williamson at the
. Misses Martha Pickett and Hilda
Clontz were week end gaests of
Miss Clontz's brother in Durham.
Miss Lois Grady, P. 6. Summer
Hn and Mr. John M. Cline attend
ed the Methodist Youth Assembly
at Louisburg last week.
Misses Frances Jean Patterson
and Mary Sue Burch and Mr. J.ohn
M. Cline attended the Methodist
Youth Assembly at Louisburg this
week. Mr. Cline is teaching a course
on "Program .of the Methodist
Miss Anne Dail was a bridesmaid
in the Keeter-Grlffin wedding in
Edenton on Saturday.
Miss Theresa Gooding who is
working In Goldsboro spent the
week end at home here.
Mr. -and Mrs. A. R. Bland spent
the week end in Baltimore, Md.
Miss Margaret Williams accom
paniel Mrs. Wilbur Adams to Black
Mountain to enter her daughter,
.Joyce Adams, in camp there.
Mesdames Edna Stroud, Grace
Vann and Miss Doris Rouse visited
Mrs. Inez Boney in Butherfordton
during the week end.
Mr. E. C. Newton visited his dau
ghter, Mrs. James Taylor and new
son in Wilmington Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Grady made
a business trip to Wilmington on
Mrs. N. B. Boney attended the
UDC meeting in Warsaw Friday.
Miss Dorothy Wightman and Mrs.
Daisy Craven returned from their
trip to Philadelphia and Atlantic
Mrs. P. J. Dobson spent several
days this week at the beach with
her sister-in-law Mrs. Vines.
Mrs. N. B. Boney and daughter
Janet attended the Witherington
Biley wedding in Goldsboro Satur
day. They remained- for supper
where Mrs. Boney was honored
with a birthday supper by her mo
ther, Mrs. Hattie Kornegay.
Miss Barbara Mitchell is home
after having visited for a couple of
weeks In Clinton.
Mrs. Clarence Murphy went to
Wilmington Tuesday to visit her
aunt, Miss Minnie Boone, who is
an operative patient at James Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and baby,
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cook of
Norfolk, Va. visited the George
Brown's this week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Bowden at
tended the Bennett-Branch wed
ding in Wilmington Saturday.
CiRSt M. M. THIGPEN
BeuiavUle, N. C.
WARSAW, N. C.
Mrs, Annie' Ingram is visiting
her nephew, Mr.' and Mrs, Forrest
DaiL . .
Billie Ingrain ' who is working
with the State Highway Commiss
ion in Burgaw was home for the
week end. .
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Mrs. T. E. Taylor of North Har-
lnwe and Mr. and Mrs. John Hardl
son . of New Bern were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. In
gram And family. 4 :.-.; ,'.
Mesdames E. A. Newton and S.
W. Newton shopped in Goldsboro
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Seven Springs, N.
Tuesday, afteTioon. . - ,.; . .
Mrs. J. B. Stroud nd youwg
daughter. Mary Sharon, have .re
turned to their home from the Kin
ston Hospital. ,
' Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Nazelrod visit
ed in Cedar Fork Sunday. - ' t
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