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THIS 1) UP Lift TIMES
FRIDAY, JULY 1st, 1949
. HI1 .
I. J. Sandlin, Jr. was host to the
members of his bridge Club Thurs
day evening, . June 9th at wmcn
time he honored Mrs. Irene Sandlin
.Currie 'whose wedding Was to take
place in a few days. Thc'party Was
hold .in his home which was at
tractively decorated with summer
, High- score winners for the even
V Ing were Mrs. Emrnett Clark and
Bill Jones. ' :.'.'.-'' ;
During progressions,.':, thej host
''served obca colas and at the con
clusion of play, the honoroe was
presented a lovely assortment of
gifts.' A delicious' salad plate and
"coffee were served to the guests.
Guests present were: 'Mrs. Gardner-:
Edwards, Mrs. & A.. Pope,
Miss Frtrcs Mercer, Bll Jones,
Pio Mercer. William Carroll of War
: ww and the honoree, Mrs. Irene
Sandlin Currie;. . '
Milled Club Meets
.'- The Miller H.D.C hejd its meet
ing Wednesday night, June 22-Jn
the home of Mrs. James Miller with
Mrs; Ashe .-' Miller, Joint-hostess.
Mrs. D. R. Smith presided. After
a sons; the club cnllnct was repeat
ed in unison; the secretary called
ihe-rml . nd read the minuses.
, .. Jt was decided to have a recrea
tional meeting in July with the fam
. ilies invited.
The following leader's program
was given:. l'ome Dairy, Mrs. W. L.
MUler; Gardens, Mrs. Norwood Mil
ler; Family Life, Mrs. Herman Mil
der; and Mrs. Ralph Miller, Clothing
Leadei, gave a veiv interesting
demonstration in the "Best Dress".
. : unci, cookies and nuts were
. rered to the 16 members present.
Women of Church
The Women of the Hallsvllle
Presbyterian Church met Saturday
evening and opened with prayer by
the president. After business a spec
ia offering was taken for S P
- Mrs." Bland Rhodes had charge
of the program "Those Women".
Taking part were Mesdames W. L.
Miller, eland Grady, Leonard
Kennedy, Jamos Miller, Ralph Mil
ler, Ashe- Miller W. G. Miller, and
Morris GradyrMeeting closed with
song and prayer.
The Beulaville women held their
Meeting in the home of Mrs. Harry
Home cn Tuesday night June 21.
After business Mrs. Lou Belle Wil
liams, led1 the program, "Those
Women ahd Mrs. M. M. Thigpen
led the Bible Stuly, .The hostess
nerved cola anil rite to the twelve
members present. ;
The Beulaville Home Demonstra
Chib met ift the home of. Miss Er
mle Sanderson pn Tuesday, June 7
With Miss Glennie Miller as Joint
hostess. After a business discussion
by members, Mrs. Hosea Hunter
gave an Interesting demonstration
on "Your Best Dress". At the con
clusion of the program colas, corn
ets and sweet cakes were served.
Eastern Star Meets.
- The Regular meeting of the .East,
ern Star; Beulaville Chapter No.
237; was held Monday night, Jure
20 at the lodge building. A special
program on "Our Pledge Renewed"
" was given by Mrs. Ashe Miller, as
sisted by several members. After
the meeting closed a social hour
h enjoyed when cookies and coca
colas were ierved.
Ann'Fussell and Mrs. Dollie Home
of Rose Hill visited friends and
relatives in town Saturday,
Little Master Rick Thomas 're
turned'. Sunday from Memorial Gen
eral Hospital, Klnston where he had
been a patient for several days.
Little Mips Serry Sandlin re
turned Monday from ' Memorial
General.. Hospital, Klnston - where
she also was a patient for several
days. . .. . - ; i-: . ,
Mr, Oliver Home Is a patient at
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Mobley of
Chinquapin visited Rev. and Mrs.
R. C. Craft Sunday.
Rev, Craft filled his regular ap
pointment Saturday- night; and jon
Sunday morning at the Cedar Grove
church In Lenoir County. -,.
, Misses -Anne Edwards and Jo
anne Hendricks of Greensboro, gu-
este of Paul Berry, Jr, were Honor
ed by Mrsv. Ralph Best, Jr. Satur
day morning at a coca cola pauy.
Guests assembled on the porch in
"come and meet" styta and were
served coca colai, chewes and cook
ies by Mr. Best assisted by Mrs.
RalplvBeft, Sr. Those lnvltd wore:
Misses Mae Brock, Sarah Gaylor,
Arc.idia, Fla.. Trtartha Ann Smith;
Maty Lee Jones. Mary Elizabeth-
Packer and Mrs. Elbert Matthi.
Mrs. Paul Berry entertained at
a bricigd and rummy party Monday
Morning at ten o'clock complimen
ting Misses Anne Edwards, and
Jo-.nne Hendricks of Greensboro,
houseguests. Summer flowers "de
corated the home with a centerpi
ece, of dahlias in the dining room.
High score for bridge, a hair
bri sh, went to Miss Martha Ann
Smith. Miss Mary Lee Jones won
the rumy prize, note paper. Misses
Genie-and Winnie Lew McSwaln,
visitors in the Earl Best home.re
ceived note paper and Misses Hen
dricks and Edwards were remem
bered with stationery.
Frozen salad, mints, rite crackers
cookies and punch were served
upon arrival of the guests.
T'.iose precnt were:Mijses Snvth
Jones, Winnie and Jeanne Mc
Swain, Edwards, Henuricks, Jean
Gardner, Jean Ncwkirk, Jean Mil
ler, Joyce Ann Jones, Mae Brr.ck,
and Mrs. Ralph Bet, Jr.
- Miss Helen West was ; honored
Monday evening at eight o'clock
w .en Mi- Jean NewkirK enter-
Uined at a bridge and rummy party
at her home. A bowl of sweet peas
was on the table In the living room.
Gladioli decorated the l.aH. ,
Miss Mae Brock, high scorer for
bridge, received a double deck of
cards. Miss Wlnn'e Lew McSw&in
of Ar.-adla, Fla. won a novelty ash
tray for traveling prize. Mis Peggy
Steed scored high in the rummy
game and rece'ved note car Is. Mrs.
Hill Jackson wav given a white lin
en handkerchief for travelling pri
ze in rummy. Miss West received
crystal. Mesdames Carrell, Best Ja
ckson, Bill Fonville ard Kerneth
brctk recent brides, were romem
bered with hand made crocheted
During the game oca colas and
huts were passed. At the conclus
ion, a sweet course of fruit salad,
Ice cream and cookies was served.
The guest list included. MUses
Urock. MoSwatn, Steed.- Wes Sa
rah Gaylor, Jean Gardner, Jean Mil
leu Anne West Agnes Turnage,
War jorie Thomas, Barbari Thomp
son and Genie Mcf-Waln. Mesdames
Jackson, Best Fonville, Brock,
Glen Brown, Otis Aldridge and
Mesdames Albert Newkirk and
Roy Matthis assisted the hostess.
Bible Class Meets
The Sallie E. Johnitene Bible
Class of the Methodist Church met
Monday evening at the home of
tlrk H. R. Hipp with Miss Rosa
. "Miss Thelma Brinspn, Mrs. .War-
'.fen V a ma Air anrt M r' IIOBPa Hullt-
er were In Jacksonville Monoay
i afternoon, ' : ' '
Sunday visitors ' of Mrs. EUis
.nnuin onH fmllv were Mr. and
Mti. R.?G. Qulnn and family of
KenansviUe. J . ,
Miss Mildred Brlnson of Warsaw
who U employed by Ca.-olina Tele
phone Co vu toil her parents at
the week end. J: ;''..''' ' .-
Mr and Mrs. Hosea Hunted were
week end guests of Mr; and Mrs.
Tnn-A In 'TuMrannville.
Bobby Brown. USN, Is visiting
his parents Rev. ana Mrs. a. u
The Kevt-W.'H. Goodman, Jr.
.., earal Aav at CflmD TUSC1.
! ra last week with' ajgroup of
Scouts of the local troop.'
Mr. and Mr. J. Hr Sanderson
: 1 1 Miss Ermle Sanderson visited
i?ev. and. Mrs. V. G. Early in
Vt POUND PKG.
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY
Monday July 4
m lb loaf
SANDWICH LOAF 18c
HOME STYLE v 18c
Pkr. of 9
DINNER ROLLS 10c
A&P FANCY TUNA
ANN PAGE SALAD
1-2 lb can
SOUTHERN STYLE VANILLA 12 oz. pkg.
WAFERS 23c U
A&P GRAPE ptbot.
LANG'S sweet mixed
SIZE 360 .
12 oz. can
1-2 lb pkg
5 lb bag -
)AY 12 riOON
West, joint hostess. Vases of giant in Goldsbord Sunday. '
iahlias decorated the living room
andi arrangements of gladioli were
used throughout the hall and den
Mrs. D, C Surratt presided. De
votional was', led by Mrs. J. K
Rea, closing with prayer, r , -
Mrr. Hipp directed the . Bible
study after which the entire group
repeated the Lord's Prayer. '.
During the social hour Kiss W-.'st
conducted a contest "Scrambled
Pie." The prlte went to Mrs.mipp.
' The, hostesses served heavenly
hash and individual iced cakes.
' The UDC met Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Fred
Baars with Mesdames Walter Brid
ges,! John Best and 8. c. Hines,
Joint ho&tesse?. Dahlias and glads
decorated the home, with a gar
denia centerpiece and whites on
the lace-covered dining table.
Mrs. R. L. West presided. Miss
Mary Alice BlapXmore gave an In
tel est ing report on a recent lunch
eon ;and meeting attended at Ft
Macon. She Was assisted by Mrs.
H. L. Stevens, Jr. The minutea were
read and approved by Mrs. Paul
Upon arrival the hostesses serv
ed delicious iced punch. Green
cherry topped ice cream and indi
vidual . green tinted cakes were
ierved at the close of the meeting.
t Mrs.i tocdan McSwaln and dau
ghters of Arcadia, Fla. came Ust
Tuesday taf visit her father, D. E.
Best. They wgl remain until afteh
July f ourht '
- Miss Lois Best Of New York City
la visiting her mother Mrs. R. H.
Best. ' - -
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Girl Scouts Hold
- Tm? undersigned, having quali
fied as administrator' of the 'estate
of Bufus Carr, deceased, late of
Duplin County, this is to notify all
persons having claims against said
estate to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 27th
day of June. 1950, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. . -
All persons indebted to aid es
tate will please make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
This the 27th day of June, lT-49.
Gerald Carr, Administra
tor of the estate of Rufus
Carr, deceased, Magnolia,
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
George Bennett. Jr. is improved
after being confined to- his home
for the past several days.
Misses Anne Edwards and Joanh
Hendricks of Greensboro were week
end guests of Paul Berry, Jr. Bill
Pate of Erwin was also his guest.
Paul is spending this week with
Bill at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. Emma Chambers left Tues
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Sawyer of Elizabeth City. While
away she will undergo medical
treatment in Norfolk.
Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Thomas and
children of Roswell, N. M. are vis
iting Mrs. Bessie Easou.
, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bradshaw
of Goldsboro spent Sunday with
Mrs. Bessie Eason.
Mrs. Claxton Farmer is recu
perating at the home of her mother
Mrs. F. F. Giddins. after havimr
been il In the Dunn Hospital.
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baars and
family visited Mrs. Jack Kornegay
DUPMN COUNTY, '
In The Superior Court
EDMUND D. LOFTIN AND
JOHN H'.LL LOFflV
On Friday night the Warsaw
Girl Ssouts held their Court of
Honor in the Town Hall with Mrs.
Elbert Matthis, .'cout leader in
charge, who praised the girls for
their work and cooperatioa,xand
expressed her sincere appreciation
for what they were doing in scout
ing. After the Scout Promise, merit
badges were awarded to Jo Anne
Britt. 32 badges; Itoss Garner, 1
badge; Georgia Ann Hopkins 7
badges; Peggy Mitchell, 27 badges;
Betty - Phillips, 9 badges: Joyce
Whittle, one; Barbara Lasslter, one;
Na iml Eason, 17; Patsy Kornegay,
19;. There were other awards to
be given to those who were hot
At the close of the exercise the
girls- enjoyed a drug store treat
with Mrs. Matthis.
Preaching services at Pleasant
View 11:00 A. M.
At Pink Hill 8:00 P. M. Sermon
topic "Lord Teach Us To Pray".
Just A Minute!
The man who Is always 'igvnng
what he owes himself is seldom
underpaid or behind with his collections.
WE CLOSE EACH WEDNESDAY
AT 12:00 O'CLOCK
Open All Other Days Except Sunday
7 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
All Kinds of SEA FOODS in Season
HOT DOGS and COLD DRINKS
WARSAW FISH MARKET
(KNOW YOUR FISH OR KNOW YOUR FISH MAN)
The above named defendant,
John Hill Loftin, will take notice'
that an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Duplin County. Nort'
Carolina, by the plaintiffs to es
tablish the ownership of a tract oi
land as recorded in Book 470, page
381, and in Book 450, page 367 and
in Book 127, page S69, of the Du
plin County Registry and to remove
cloud from title to same; and the
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear at
the office of the Clerk of Superior
Court of Duplin County in tne
Courthouse in Kenansville, North
Carolina, on the 80th dav of July,
1949, and answer or demur to the
complaint in this action, or on or
before the 19th day of August,
1949, or the plaintiffs will apply
to the Court for the relief den jad
ed in the, complaint
This the 28th day of June, 1949.
R. V. Wells, Clerk Superior Court.
H. E. Phillips, Atty.
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