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' J T ternoon at we scnooi uununi. xuc
,' ''''"'-1;;' .' ''Board of Reviews was held, and a
a : . , ,. study aiid contest on the points of
The Gir Scouta met Tuesday af- the compass wets made. Drills and
V e C p n g r a j u I a t e
V- JAMES MILLERS
On The Opening Of His Hew
Beulaville, H. C.
games were played. Mrs, A. T. Out
law, assisted by. Mrs. I. C. Burch,
served pop sides. - -1
cvuAn mttmhora nf Hia Eastern
Star No. 215 KenansvtUe auendod
ji. district meeting held In Kinston
Saturday,.Jan: :22. Jt'as an all-day
meeting held in. the Queen Street
Methodist church' with a luncheon
served at the hotel. "
The Auxiliary of the Presbyter
ian Church met Monday afternoon
at the church with Mrs. Mary Sou
therland presiding. She and Mrs.
Ivy Bowden presented the devo
tional. Mesdames N. B. Boney and
G. V. Gooding gave the program on
"Connecting Home Missions with
Foreign Missions." Attendance was
good at this meting.
On The Opening 01 His New
Cash Sales Company
ille, N. C.
The Kenansvlle Kontract Klub
met Monday evening with Mrs. J.
B. Wallace as hostess. At the conclu
sion of play, Mrs. V. B. Gavin was
awarded high score prize. All mem
bers were present except one. The
hostess assisted by Mrs. J. O.
Stokes served a tempting sweet
course with cookies and cofee.
Thursday Club Meet
Mrs. C. B. Sitterson entertained
the members of the Thursday Af
ternoon Club at her home, Mrs. R.
A. Bassinger was welcomed as i
new member. High score prize was
won by Mrs. George Bennett and
Mrs. Bassinger captured consola
tion prize. The hostess served a
chicken salad course with coffee.
t week end; Mrs.' Newtop viaUeq i
The Eastern Star met Thursday
evening at the Masonic Lodge at a
regular business meeting. Associate
Matron, Sallie Eva Tyndall presided
in the absence of the Worthy Ma
tron. After business, Secretary Bu-
by Newton held a true-false con-;
test on the work of the Order.
Mrs. L. A. Sharpe was hostess to
the sewing club Tuesday night of
last week. Miss Lula Hinson arid
Mrs. Bess Hines were guests and
a good number of members vcre
present. After the usual sewing b-i,
the hostess served individual cakes,
open faced sandwiches, coffee and
Several people ia heiiaii'-vii.e
have been1 confined: with flit and
sore throat. For all .of them 'we
Wish a speedy recovery - w i' -
Mrs. J. R. Grady took her mother
Mrs. Pridgen to visit In Wfllard on
Qnnrinv ftftprnnnn . . -. .
Mrs. S..W.' Newton acmpaife4
Mis Hilda Cloittz fb;Tiftmrthi
. ' - j. ' t ii-i 11 " 2.1 Ji . A
Miss Marga'ret Williams and mfsj.
vyiuour Aqams pnoppeu ywtj-.
bofd Saturday TsSfWrnoori, :
' Mr. Walter. Stroud was a parent
at Kinston Memorial Hospital this
past week' end. He is now at home
and 'reported to be ''getting along
nteely. ' '.
Mrs. Caroline Gavin attended the
funeral of her ' steprnjqther, Mrs.
Howard in Hampstfiad. Tuesday '
Little Florrie Currie ls a patient
at Dr. Sidbury's" Hospital ' wHtH -a
sinus Infection. She js reported to
be Improving, ' ' '
lyiss Janet Boney of Peace Coll
ege Spent the week end at home. '
Guests of- Mr. and Mrs. fl.. B.
Bonev Sunday were Mrs. Hattie S.
Kornegay, Miss Margaret Kornegjiy,
Mrs. -Tv. ;E. Brawn na tiaugnter
Peggy of Goldsboro
Mrs. J. O. Stokes and Mr. John
Currie visited little Florrie Currie
T uesday at the hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Gooding at
tended the Shrine meeting in New
Bern Wednesday. While there they
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jerrttt.
Miss Theo Hollingswortli, Mrs.
Alton Payne and daughter, Holly
and Janice Bostic of Beulaville at
tended the Iniuguration in Washing
ton last week. While there they
visited Lt. Payne who is stationed
nearby and an aunt of Janice Bos
tic. Mrs. Leo Jackson and son Jimmie
shopped in Goldsboro Wedensday.
Lt. Payne spent the week end
with his family here.
Mr. J. G. Morrison attended the
Inauguration in Washington last
Mrs. Ilighsmith, Mrs. N. B. Boney
and Miss Doris Rouse were dinner
guests of Mrs. Grace Vann in Clin
Mis. Dan Davis spent the day
last Thursday with her sister Mrs.
W. 1). Petteway in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis ana
Mrs. L. B. Thomas of ML Olive
spent the day Sunday with their
son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
All Work .Guaranteed ;
GeORGEF IJRJDGEN, J
Piinfe22G-l Warsaw, W.
"MALE rfEti Vi&tEt): Reliable
.. - . . - - 4.- 1 A
tth. "wllb car jwanwo u o
farnjera In.DupUn county, nonuer
lu) opportunity. $lS to $20 In a day.
No"eiperlence or capital required.
Permanent Write today.
. , McNESS COMPANY, Dept. C,
. Candler Bid., Baltimore 2, Md.
l-Zg-Zt.- pd. " "
GOODON ROOFING SERVICE.
MOUNT OLIVE, R.F.D. No. 2
If you need a hew roof or have an
.old roof thai needs repairs write or
call, its for FREE ESTIMATE. We
can paint your metal roof with
Barrett Best Roof Paint.
PJIONE KENANS VILLE 25S-1
! WANTEDi Housekeeper. Settled
woman to keep' house. Can furnish
Mrs. L. F. Weeks and daughter,
Jean, and Mrs. J. B. Wallace shop
ped in Wilmington Saturday.
WELCOME TO BEULAVILLE
f OR YOUR FURNITURE HEEDS
VISIT OUR STORE
Leroy Albrtson, Mnr. Deulaville Store
Two cents per worn, minimum
charge of SCo. Unless you have
an account with us please send
money, stamps, money order
or check with ads. Farmer:
use the Times Classified ads;
if you have anylhlue to sell
or exchanee. or want to buy.
wr will accept produce for
FiRE INSURANCE IN 1947 AIDED
MORE POLICY HOLDERS, PAID
MORE fcOSSES THAN EVER BE
FORE. PROTECT YOUR PROPER
R. W. BLACKMORE
Reliable Insurance Service
WARSAW, N. C.
SEE ME and mVe appoint
ovsat to do your auto body and
fender repairs, alao replace jronr
krekan gUam with new Shatter
A. O. HOLLAND .
"4 drilled frftll la (he moat
ntlafactory writer" icpply.
Write for r,ooUUon, glvlnt
distance and direction from
your Port Otflev
ilEATFR WFXL COMPANY
RALETCD, NORTH OAItOUTNA
FOR SALE: Cement - Cement Mor
tar - Laths - Plaster - Plasterparls -Comp.
Shingles - Galv. Sheets -Doors
- Drain Tile.
J. C. RUSS, In Warsaw
, N. C,
FOR SA'LE: One 1937 Chevrolet
Coach. New Tires. New Fenders.
New Running Boards. In fair cqn
dition and priced to sell.
HOLLAND'S BODY SHO"
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
N. C. State parks from east
rano Hal loras in Dare County
western il Ike in Cheio-
keeare scheduled for improvement
under the SI. 1174.144 Advisory Bud
p ComuiisMim ieiuniiiiendat
Under the ivmu't submitted
the commission, Clilis of Neuse
Wayne County will receive 1
Bit "inn VWUMTll M MfTl . -
STAUNTON, Va. A blind student al
Virginia School lor the Deaf an4
islind practices bandagine. First ah)
iiisliuclioii at the school Is provided
by the Augusta County Red Croa
WE WELCOME JAMES MILLER
ON THE OPENING OF HIS HEW
Your Grocery And Feed Stare
THE TOWN OF
FOR BETTER PROTECTION
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL
'.- Write or See
W. SPICER, KENANSVILLE. N. C.
V . j
' FARMERS: SEEME FOR BEST
PRICES ON HAY. COTTON SEED
MEAL AND HULLS, AND GEN
ERAL LINE OF FEEDS.
W. E. BELANGA,
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
HAPPY JACK Mange Medicine
Will Cure or Money Refund.
Also HAPPY JACK Worm Capsules
Duplin Mercantile Co.
v.. Kenansvllle, N. C.
FOR SALE: Larte Picardy Gladioli
bulbs. $1.50 per hundred. This
offer holds good untU February 15. -.
J. K. BRYAN, JR.
. , ; ; ; Kenansvllle Rt. 1.
2-4-4t. pd. i," 1 v '
: TO TRADE TRACTORS r.
- FOR MULES
WE SELL TRACTORS. BUT IF
YOU HAVE MULES AND WANT
A TRACTOR INSTEAD BRING
1 " M IN AND WE'LL TRADE
' I YOU. " '
A. L. l ANirt.
" T A V ", N. C.
WELCOMES JAMES MILLER end wishes him
every Success in his New Hardware Business.
BEULAVILLE WELCOMES AND ENCOURAGES .
ALL HEW, UNDERTAKINGS
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