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vlval tlila week 111 Cuucoid Ltiptlst
Church. . - ,
" : Rev. F. M. Bain of Boss Hill was
in town Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. T. W. McKneeley
were here Monday. He has been
called to a group of churches at
Swana Quarter and Pinetopa. He ia
moving this week to, Pinetopa,
Mrs. L. D. Dail and Miss 'Mac
Cox were in Kenansville Monday.
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MISS MARY ELLIS SMITH is the daugh
ter of Mr.-and Mrs. J. R. Smith of Pink Hill.
Her engagement to Rhodes Batson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Batson of Rocky Mt,
is announced by her parents. The wedding
will take place on December 11.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In The Superior Court
J. L. BOWEN
MABEL D. BURTON, TRADING
AND DOING BUSINESS AS
HELMS MOTOR EXPRESS AND
The defendant, Oliver Gardipee,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commen
ced against him in the Superior
court of Duplin County, North
Carolina; and that a cause of ac
tion exists in favor of the plaintiff
against said defendant; that this is
a civil action brought to recover
damages to personal property sus
tained by reason of the careless
ness and negligence and willful
acts of the defendant, Oliver Gardi
pee, and that the defendant is a
necessary party to this action and
which cause of action is set forth
in the complaint in this cause.
And said defendant will further
take, notice that he is required to
appear at the office of the Clerk
of Superior Court of Duplin Coun
ty, North Carolina at the Court
house in Kenansville, on the 5th
day of November 1949, and ans
wer or demur to the complaint
filed in this cause, which has been
duly filed in said office, or on or
before the 26th day of November,
1949, or the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
This the 5th day of October, 1949.
R. V. Wells, Clerk
NOTICE OF SALE
cash, one confiscated Pontiac 2
door sedan coupe, Motor No. L8PB
9590, Title No. W325924A, 1948.
This the 26th day ol September,
Ralph J. Jones, Sheriff
Mrs. Effa Brogden
Dies At Calypso
Mrs. Etta Brogden, 80; widow of
the late D. B. Brogden, died at her
home in Calypso Monday, afternoon
after a long Illness. She had-spent
most of her life there and was the
oldest member of the Calypso Meth
odist Church. Surviving are three
daughters, Mrs. Erma Byrd of Mt.
Olive, Una Brogden of Calypso,
and Mrs. L. W. Umstead of Garner;
two sons, L. L. Jennette of Calypso
and Roy O. Brogden of Arlington,
Va.; nine grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren. Funeral ser
vices were conducted Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock from the Calypso
Methodist Churett by -Rev. A. L.
Chaplin, pastor, assisted by Rev.
R. G. Dawson. Burial was in the'
Calypso cemetery. .
The A. U. W. will meet Saturday
afternoon, Oct. 8th with Mrs. Katie
Outlaw. All membera are urged to
be present. Visitors are welcome. "
In The General County Court
By virtue of an order directed to
the undersigned from the General
County Court of Duplin County in
the above entitled action, I will on
Monday, the 17th day of October,
1949, at the hour of 12:00 Noon, in
front of the jail in Kenansville, N.
C, sell to the highest bidder, for
Mrs. Mary Parker and Mrs. Lon
nie D. Blackburn and daughter
spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Blackburn.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Mathews were- Mrs. Annie
Mathews and niece and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Greenhow of Coving
Mrs. John Snipes of Goldsboro
is spending the week with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Culbreth.
Mrs. N. B. Boney of Kenansville
visited Miss Macy Cox Sunday.
Mrs. Maude King spent all of
last week . with her daughter in
Rev. C. H. Trueblood of Warsaw
was in town Wednesday.
Rev. C. I. Rogers of Rose Hill
was in town Thursday. .
Rev. J. P. Royal is holding re-
Mrs. H. B. Blakley of Asheboro
and her daughters, Mrs, Jjillan
Isentot of Portsmouth, Va. and
Miss May Potter of Raleigh, were
among those who attended "The
Duplin Story" last week end. Mrs.
Blakley is the daughter of the late
McClendon J. Smith and Lizzie
Grady Smith, of , Duplin County.
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