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I ZULAVILLE IIEVS & ADVERTISING y
Commencement Exercises Tonight '
y Your future is ail be-
you! Guard it
i Carefully. Be sure you
i are on a solid foundation - then go ahead.
SANDLIN DRY CLEANERS
We wish you one and
all lots of good luck and
..success In your future
your destination Col
lege, technical school or
business we're all
rooting for you to make
)t's extremely important for your clothes to be
in first-rate condition. Be sure to send your ward
". robe to us to be cleans and pressed.
KEIIAIISVILLE DRY CLEANERS.
" WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
' ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN MAY QUEEN aiid 'attendants. Pictured above, from left to right, Miss .
over llio anmtal"M(iy Dayi)i.iiu liCViu I.'i Jt'-pit
home oil "Cabin road recently , com
pleted' 'by Hubert Campbell. z,i't
: Mesdames Loii Belle William's
and Ida Lanier Chopped in Kbistep
. Earl Matthews' of Raleigh v'-Uef?
Mrs. Adell Matthews recently.;';;
J'fars. Harry Jackson and daughter
M Raleigh recently visited the An-
rMrs., jv D. Sandliri and Mrs. S.
W. Gresham were In Kinston on
Monday. ; ;i .
: Dr. and Mrs,: F." Hi Notfris 'and
family have returned from visiting
inferos i Plains, Texas,. s 4 ;
, Mrs. hi H.- Thomas, Srv Jessie
TIC CHRISTIAN MAY QUEKN and attendants, ncuirca eoove, irom jeu io ngni, us
of Greenville Miss Fln'rWalin Rrnicr of Ponce, Puerto Rico, May Queen; and Mis
erton of 'Stentonfbuvj. Mirs'-reriiicr.. with the' :lnr. Royce Brinsca tt Elcc'.t Creek, rclpicd
Hal."My Bayipiiiu hew en liisj-wiAt'"' Atlrnl.'c .Ch-V-a Cctfeco in ; Vi'.ccn '
Ann -n? 6nd Mrs. James Tho- .
mLr'.njnd daughter attended th '
ji. ;v4);'v''iBS JV; .1 .at Vli.ra Mt
SS.i'M ra'f!e. Miss' Rebecca Tho
nisi: rnrt'c!pated in the program.'
Ouilaws Bridge -V
H.D.C. To Meet
The HDC will meet with Mrs.' .
Herman Outlaw Monday afternoons t
May 46. All members are urged
to be present for the meeting ard
visitors are welcome. "
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The officers of the Presbyteria
Women of the Church met in the
home of Mrs. Lou Belle Williams
Monday night. Preparations were
made for the Jiew year. Officer:;
recently elected were Pres. Mrs.
Gardner Edwards; Vice- Pres, Mr?.
Lou B?lle Williams; Secty. Mrs. J.
0 Kennedy, and Treasurer, Mrs.
Jim D. Sandlin, Jr.
The Presbyterian Women of the
Church will hold their monthly
meeting in the home of Mrs. Gard
ner Edwards at 7:30 p.m. May l.
All are urged to attend.
The Home Demonstration Club
met in the home of Mrs. .W. F.
Miller Tuesday, May 3. The presi
dent, Miss Ermie Sanderson pre
sided. After minutes were read by
secretary Mrs. Sidney Hunter, Mrs.
M. M. Thigpen gave a report .on
the sale of Pageant tickets. Miss Navy in- Norfolk, Va. is visiting his
Mavis Brown, and Gordon Miller
were in Fajffctville Sunday.
' Mrs. Vdriilpostic, Misses Jane
Bostic. Janice? Bostic, Caroline
Johnson, Dorehe Nethercutt and
Mcttie Frances Kennedy shopped
in Kinstcn Tuesday.
Mrs. Russell Lanier and children
returned to Wake Forest after vis
iting her mother Mrs. Hazel Batche
Gerald Vann Rhodes, with the
Alta Lawson gave a demonstration
on "Foods and Nutrition". At the
close the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Vera Bostic, served strawberry
shortcake and coca colas to the &
members present. . ,
To Our Young
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I. J. SAtlDLIIl COMPANY
parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rhodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Price of
Grldsboro were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Demorcst on
Mr..and Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin were
week ' end visitors of Mrs. H. S.
.Tolir-scrv iii Row HI!!.'
nnd Mrs. Harry Home and
i'.i C:on vI:M:d II. :. DjV. e Ht. r.c
:a .lose IL'd San.'.:y.
'Mn Aahrsj- Yuma--, JI-S- Co
bi;i Wji-ton arid Mrs. L. C. Turret
Sr.' of Pink Hill ytsfced. lelvV-u
pMr. and -Mrs. Eugene Bass of
Wilmington were recent Sunday
visitors of Mr. und Mrs. Elbert
Billy Gresham of UNC, was at
home for the' week end.
Mrs. Lila K. Lanter and Mr. and
Mrs Norman Williams visited Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Lanier and fam
ily in Wake Forest recently,
i Miss Ann Nell Parker of BoWt.en
and Mr. Bill Jackson of Wallace
Visited Mr. and Mrs. Andpew Jack
, Mr. and Airs. Milton Cottle and
family have moved into their new
;. MROOMS fOR RENT
'fit) '' "' V USED FURNITURE '
lCh ROXKS . , -
, w..t::r hmh
AM) kK HAIRS
J; R. MERCER
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Our 1949 Graduating Class
Ve Are Proud Of You
! y And: 5
Proud Of Our School
ARTHUR KEN ji ED Y'S STORE
IN BEULAVILLE -
Cold Drinks, Snacks,
' ,.' Candy ..
is goo4 advice to graduates.
A, Good vision is a big help ...
'- and w're ready p help you :
I- and vviB'ro ready to help you
with-a thorough eye exam
Vination by 'a' registered op-:
ftometrist and properly fit
: . ted glasses Come in today.
Dri H. V. Colrell
WALLACE, N. C.
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To TlieCla$s Of 1949 . :
: B e u I a v i 1 1 e; H i g h S c h o o I
Duplin's Largest & Most A
BR0l7! JIILL!in F!'r::iTl)nE CO.
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