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. . . v ; : inside The Heart
"'. There Is a little organ of the body ' p '
That has the strangest job; ,
It helps to let us know of you,
Whether you be, a friend or snob.-,
Not only has it this to do, '
But a million other things;
. . If it be choosing your pleasures,- .
Or warming to the bell that rings.
The heart handles a difficult task.
One that no other "part of the body can take.
It chooses from the people of the world, '
Those you are to love and to hate.
No mere fluttering object,
This thing of continuous motidn, .
Responds to a wordtpf gratitude,
That is filledwith a flood of devotion.
What goes on inside the heart?
You know as well as I, .
For no one knows for sure.
The real what or why.
Tucked away in your heart,
Way down deep and low,
Are memories you cherish, fervently,
And always will, I know.
You and I have our secrets,
That we ponder in our hearts.
Some of them cause us worry,
But of us, they must remain a part.
The heart beats as time passes,
But neither the heart or time will tell.
The things guarded and treasured the dearest;
That are locked in that queer little cell.
Marcla M. Scott.
C. G. Thigpen
Clarence Gibson Thigpen, 43,
died at his home Wednesday morn
ing, Nov. 23, near Beulaville after
being in declining healthy for the
past two years. Funeral services
were held from the home 'at 2:30
p.m. Friday with interment in the
Thigpen cemetery. Surviving are
his wife, the former Rowena Lanier
of Beulaville; seven children, Mr?.
Richard Smith of Pink Hill, Mrs.
Billy Whitfield of Warsaw, Emil
Thigpen of Beulaville, Shirley, Lin
da, Regina and C. G. Jr.. all of the
home; three grandchildren; his
mother, Mrs. Julia Dean Walter
migpen of Beulaville; five sisters,
Mrs. Maurice Cassidv of Lona Is
land, N. Y., Mrs. Hugh Matthews of
wmtevuie, Mrs. Harry Whlttleton
of Anderson, Ind Mrs. David R.
Smith, Whiteville, Mrs. Walter Her
ring, Jr. of Warsaw; six brothers,
Rupert Thigpen of Kenansvillo, Ed
win Thigpen of Raleigh, and Plato,
Ralph, Eldridge and Carl, all of
the home community.
Thirteen girls attended the FHA
Trl-County Rally at Penderlea on
Saturday, Nov. 19. They were ac
companied by their Chapter Mo
thers and Advisors, Mesdames Vera
Bostic, Bernice Whaley and Doro
Gets "Well Done
Gus Straughh, seaman appren
tice, USN, of Beulaville has re
ceived a "well done" from Admiral
Forrest P. Sherman, USN, newly
appoinited Chief of Naval Opera
tions, who was commander of the
ttn Task Fleet to which Straughn'g
ship, the destroyer USS Hank Is
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
Beulaville, N. C.
WARSAW.' N, C. '
Misg Lou Jackson's first rade
Top Prices Paid
Open in Wallace On
Friday; Dec. 2nd. At
Blanchard and Farrior
LT. AND MRS. DONALD H. LANIER Shown cutting their
wedding cake at the reception held following their marriage at
Maplewood, N. J. on November 5. The bride is the former Ruth
Attalie Park. Lt. Lanier Is a native of Rose Hill, the son of Albert
Lanier. (Candid by Bradford Bachrach)
class was visited by some of their
grade mothers Tuesday, Nov .22
and gave them a party. Cold drinks,
cookies and Ice cream were ser
ved to the 37 members of the class
by the grade mothers.
Senior Class Select
The Seniors of Beulaville High
voted for their superlatives re
cently and the following were el
ected: Best all around, Elvis Miller,
Jane Bostic. Best personality, Char
les Albertson, Jacquelyn, Williams.
Hondsomest boy, I. J. Quinn. Pret
tiest gjrl, Mabel Brinson. Friend
liest, Reuben Earl Mercer, Ruby
Swlnson. Most popular, I. J. Quinn,
Jacquelyn Williams. Most Intelli
gent, P. B. Edwards, Jane 'Bostic.
Most Dependable, Elvis Miller,
Prandy Kennedy. Most athletic.
Charles Albertson, Jessna Simpson.
Cutest, Clifford Jones, Mabel
Brinson. Neatest, Atlas Pate, Nell
Gwyn Mitchell, Most Optomlstlc,
I. J. Quinn, Patty Faye Willlford,
Most Pessimistic, Bedford Cole,
Mattie F. Kennedy. Most Studious,
Darrell Edwards, Annie Rae Ray
nor. Wittiest, I. J. Quinn, Patty F.
Mrs. Larry Bostic honored her
daughter Mary Frances on her 7th
birthday Wednesday, Nov. 23. Many
interesting games were played after
which ice cream, cake and candy
were served. Favors of marbles and
candy trains were given each little
guest. Mary Frances received many
Among the students home for
the holidays were Misses Calesta
Thigpen, Pansy Edwards and Ruth
Sanderson; Robert Craft, Jr., Billy
Gresham, Yates Dobson, Richard
Frederick Williams, and Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams
of Raleigh spent the holidays with
Mrs. Lila Lanier. :
Out of town people attending the
funeral of Clarence Thigpen inclu
ded Mrs. Harry M. Whittleton of
Anderson, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. M.
Cassidy of Long Island, N .Y., Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Matthews and dau
ghters of Whiteville and Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Thigpen of Raleigh.
Thursday .'diner guests of Mrs.
Annie J. Bostic were Mrs. Ralph
Casey and children of Chapel Hill,
Mrs. Leslie Mallard of Goldsboro,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hallon of Mi
cro, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pope of
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and
children and Mr, and Mrs. Cecil
Miller enjoyed a seafood supper at
Swanboro Sunday night.
Mr., and Mrs,. Murray Byrum of
Edenton are ipending a few days
with Mrs. Sudie Brown.
Mrs. Lula Q. Parker was dinner
guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Cavenaugh in Warsaw.
Mr. William Bostic and son
Billy and Miss Mary Quinn Brown
spent the holidays in Norfolk, Va.
Jane Bostic attended the Caro-lina-Va.
game Saturday .
Mrs. Orzo Thigpen and children
visited Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Powers
in Saint Pauls over the week end.
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. M, Thigpen! were Mr. and Mr.
W. P. Thigpea and daughters of
Bethel, i ,,... , .-
Gerald Van Rhodes USN, visited
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bddie
Rhodes over the week end.
. Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Howard spent
Thursday In Richland.
Mrs. J. D. Jackson has returned
from Memorial General Hospital
in Kinston after undergoing treat
Mrs. C. G. Sandlln of Raleigh
was guest of Mrs. I. J. Sandlln,- Sr.
Monday night :
: R. E. Quinn, Jr. of Durham and
mother Mrs. R, E. Quinn of Ral
eigh spent Monday night with Mrs.
Paul Parker. '
Miss Kathryn Waller spent the
holidays in New York City.
Mrs. Willie Fedora and children
and Mrs. J. D. Sandjin, Sr. shopped
in Goldsboro Monday.
Mrs, B. O. Harris and ahildren
spent the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs.! S. W. Gresham."
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Craft and
sons of Jacksonville spent Thurs
day with Mr." and Mrs, R. W. Craft
and Mr. J. W. Jackson.
Mrs. Harry Home and daughter
and Mrs. James Thomas were Kin
ston shoppers Friday.
Mrs. J. D. Sandlin, Sr. spent a
few days last week In Pink Hill
with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Edwards
were dinner guests of Mrs. William
Pickett Tuesday night in Kenans
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Exum, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Exum and Myrtle
visited in Rocky Mount Sunday.
Mrs. Opal Brinson and Miss Elea
nor Mae Moore of Jacksonville
spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Zola
Spending the day with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Grady Thursday were
Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Mewborn and
Jean of Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
woan House and Keith. Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Smith and Charlotte,
Mrs. it. a. oates and Joyce. Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Grady and boys,
Mr. Raymond Grady, Mr. Bennie
Hussey, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry F
Robert Taylor of Raleigh was
guest of J. H. Byrd and Jimmie Da.
vis Thanksgiving Day on a bird
hunt They reported good quail
Mr. and Mrs. Durham Gradv vis.
ited their daughter Miss Geraldine
urady in Fayetteville Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L, Davis of Da
vis spent the weekend with rela
tives here. ' ' .- .
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mewborn and
family visited Mr, iiftd'iMr. J P.
Mewborn of Savannah, Ga. who are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Grady. .; ,
Mrs. Kate Grady spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. Faison Smith
and family Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady were in
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THROUGH A MAZE OF TUHHEIS
UNDER CHICAGO'S MSIMfSS
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State College Hints
Nylon - - Its popularity Is growing
like Jack's beanstalk and no won
der, for it is long wearing and
easy to care for. ' .if
You may wash nylon garments in
your washer. Use warm water. We
recommend a mild soap or deter
gent and use a water softener if
your water is hard. Put fragile
items such as- hosiery, slips, and
panties into a bag or pillow-slip
before putting in the washer. Rinse
. Do not put nylons through the
wringer or you will find it necess
ary to iron them. Merely shake
them and hang them out straight.
They will dry in Jiffy time.
Some nylons may have to have
a light going over. They look best
if ironed when damp, so fold them
in a towel after they are washed to
retain moisture, then iron them as
soon as possible. Set your control
dial' at low or nylon setting1
BEULAVILLE, N. C. ;
WEEK OF' DECEMBER
Sunday and Monday
With D1ENNIS MORGAN
Tuesday nad Wednesday
THE BAD MEN
WITH ALL STAR CAST
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THIS S OUG POUCY
" A A"Y OOffC 1
y OLJP GATPniJG. AA'iGYt:
WEEK BEGINNING DECEMBER 5th. .
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of W. D.
Rouse, deceased, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
me saia estate to present them to
tne undersigned duly verified on or
before the 2nd day of December,
1050, or this Notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said .estate will
please make Immediate payment
This November 25, 1940.
Sallle Keziah Rouse,
Warsaw, N. C.
SAPS AT SEA
With LAUREL & HARDY
Hi-Way 11, Pink HU1, N. C.
(One of Carolina's Finest)
MOONLIGHT LIGHTING ; . :
t MODERN REST ROOMS
THE WHOLE FAMILY'S
SUNDAY, December 4th v '
A Woman's Faith In Her Husband
The Pitfall -
starring Jane wyau, ?:
Dick Powelt And , .
Lizabeth Scott. .,Z
Also Color Cartoon
MON. Si TUES.
uu icuiiuuvivir .
A Creat Book Greater Picture
Starring Tyrone Power
And Jean Peters.-.-
Also Color Cartoon
Friday only v
Saturday - only
With STEPHEN DUNN
And GLORIA HENRY.
1 WARSAW. N.C.
MONDAY and TUESDAY
I y Jhe Gccd Old Summertime
With Van Johnson and Judy Garland. ,
MaUnee I P.M.
Edward, My Son s
Starring Spencer Tracy and Deborah Kerr.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY-
u 4 WcVcreStrchrs
Starring Jennifer Jones and John Garfield!
SATURDAY - DOUBLE FEATURE . Continuous I to 11.
Starring Johnny flack Frown. '
SUN. MON. Dee. 4-5 --
Of The Plains
' . (Technicolor) , ..
With Randolph Scott 11
And Jane Nigh.
TUESDAY, Dee. 6 , a? ?
' Un-cr Ccpricorn
With Ingrid Bergman J ;
And Joseph Cotton. "
f ... ..... y ,
WEDNESDAY. Dee. 1 :
With William Boyd. Wl ,
THURS. - FRI. Dee. 8-9
X T That Forsylhe
With Greer Garson
And Errol Flynn. , ,
SATURDAY, Deo. 10 iV
WEDNESDAY' . ' . . , v : ,
. . Your Favorite Dot Star v
Rusty Saves A Life
With Ted Donaldson- .
!'iAndRusiy.-".-: h ' '
t ' 1 " ' J "
Also Last Chap. "Rocket Men"
(. , -i 1 u , f -
THURS. & FRL i : v ',.(.
America's Favorite Pastime
1 njggjgif .-'
Ml . M
aibo coior L-artoon ' s -
With WWp WUson. ;
With Jerome Courtland -; ';
And Virginia Welles.' .
In Old Izzl: k
With Ken Maynard '
Ar. I ?.;iey Earneft?. '" '
: J The Wc-'-r I -?