. Mesdames A. T. Outlaw, Rudol
ph Jlasty, E. ,C. Tyndall and J. B.
Stroud honored Miss. Theresa Good
ing, bridaelect of September, at a
tea and linen Shower in the Wom
an' Club Building Saturday after
noon, September 23
' Pines, greenery, while gladioli,
dahlias, tuberoses, fern and white
,- burning tapers enhanced the beau
ty of the room; : ' "'
IIG SAVINGS on
ROUND TRIP FARES
Yon. save an extra 10ft or
more cb way on every
ticket! Ask about the big Fall
Round-Up of all kinds of
trips, tours, special featured
A HW XAstPllg
Thara art hundreds aw
Miami $16.45 29.65
New York 10.80 19.45
Jacksonville 10.35 18i65
Chicago 16.55 29.80
Philadelphia 9.15 16.50
Cleveland 14.45 26.05
Washington 6.75 12.15
Richmond 4.50 8.10
Charleston, 4.70 8.50
Greensboro 3.70 6.70
Raleigh 1.95 3.55
Wilmington 1.25 2.25
A cheerful Bed Cross Nurse's Aide, on duty at a children's clinic,
reaches for a grinning youngster to prepare him for examination,
under a new Bed Cross training program, aides are being made
available for public health work outside of hospitals.
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Mrs. Budplph Hasty greeted 'the
guests, Introducing them to the, re
ceiving line composed of Miss Good
ing, Mrs.' Q. V. Gooding and Mrs
Charles Banks MoNalry. Mrs. J. B.
Stroud 'directed quests to 'the
bride's- bookover which Mrs A.
T. Outlaw presided so graciously.
Meadames Glltoert ' HoneycutV of
FayfetteviUe and Alton Newton,
aunU of the bride elect, poured
punch from a beautifully appointed
table which, was overlaid with an
heirloom . handmade cloth. Grace
ful crystal cornucopias containing
tuberoses, gladioli and roses, flank
ed on either aide by burning tapers
in crystal holders. Mrs. C. B. Guth
rie directed guests to the gift, ta
ble. Goodbyes were said to Mrs.
E. C. Tyndall. -
Misses "Sallie "and Gail Newton
and Sylvia Gooding entertained
the guests with piano numbers dur
ing the afternoon,
On last Friday evening Mes
dames Harry W. Murphy and C. C.
Ivey, Jr. were joint hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower honoring Mr.
and Mrs. James S. Murphy, recent
Arrangements of fall flowers
were used In decoration.
Upon arrival Mrs. Murphy was
presented a corsage of pink roses.
Each guest wrote advice to the
bride which was read aloud by the
honoree. Following the opening of
gifts by the bride, Mesdames Mur
phy and Ivey served punch, cook
ies and salted nuts.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Grove church met at the church
Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Gavin
presided, Mrs. L. Southerland led
the devotional. Mrs. N. B. Boney
had charge of the program. Plans
were made for the "Day of Prayer"
which will be held Thursday, Oct
12. District No. 12 of the Wilming
A Zone meeting of the Mission
ary Societies of the Methodist Chur
ches of Rose Hill, Wallace, Charity,
Magnolia, Warsaw, Turkey and Ke
nans vllle : was held here at the
Methodist church on Friday after
noon. Mrs. Archie Lanier had
charge of the program. Guest
speaker was Mrs J. M. Jerome of
Rose Hill, .After business refresh
ments were served. About 60 wo
men attended the meeting.
Cheerful Trio S XIX
4-II CLUB MEETS ;
The Kenansville Senior 4-H'ers
met Thursday, Sept 21 in the high
school auditorium. . The following
officers were elected: Pres. John
Gilbert Alphin; Vice Pres. Hazel
Parker; Sec. Sara Brownffceporter,
Mary Beth Southerland. After the
election meeting was adjourned.
Mrs. William Brown and daugh
ter Peggy accompanied hy Mrs.
Hattie S. Kornegay and Mils Mar
garet Kornegay of Goldsboro spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. . and
Mr N. B. BeBy.,?! t
Miss Dorothy Wlghftnaiy Duplin
Onslow Librarian accompanied by
Mrs. N. B. Boney, chairman Duplin
County Library Board attended a
District meeting in Burgaw Friday.
Mrs. Grace Vann and Mrs. Edna
K, - Stroud attended the Cripple
Seal meeting In Raleigh Thursday.
- Miss Jean Tyndall spent Wednes
day night with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Tyndall. : - '
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Loth of Way
nesboro, Va. spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. h. A. Beasley.
Mrs. Grace Vann and Miss Doris
Rouse attended a Welfare meeting
in FayettevUlt Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reynolds and
daughters spent Sunday In Tren
ton. - i-;,-;-. A-:;' -v.
J Miss Eleanor Southerland - of
Clinton spent the week and with
Mrs. L. Southerland. '
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gavin at
tended the Whl taker-Wallace wed
ding In Kinston Saturday.
Mr. Oliver Horne remains very
1111 at Memorial General Hospital
In Kinston. ". ' .
Mrs. Gurman Powell is a patient
in Goldsboro Hospital. '
Mr. and Mrs. Best Jones of Bur
gaw visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Mrs. C. B. Sitterson visited in
Windsor and Wllliamston Wednes
day of hut week. ,
Attending the Carolina-State
fotball game at Chapel Hill Satur
day were Messrs. Bill Ingram, Dr,
G. V. Gooding, Rudolph Hasty, Am
os Brinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Craft, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Tietelbaum,
Mrs. Wilbur Adams and Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Strbud,
Jimmie, Wayne, Mesdames. Sally
Westbrook and Belle Swinson made
a business trip to Durham and Ral
eigh last Thursday, "v. V 4
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. .Davis Holllngsworth
of Warsaw spent the week end at
Nags Head. V,
Mesdames Walter Stroud sad An
drew Patterson shopped In Kinston
Mrs. Alice Gaylor of .Magnolia
spent Wednesday of last week with
Mr. and. Mrs. Willard Brinson. -
Infant Jack Morrison
Sends Greetings -
-' v T t S FrL Sept 22, 1950
To all the Duplin friends of my
Mom and Pop - Greetings - from
the Greenbrier Valley. Hospital J
Ronceverte, W. Va.? " 1
I, Jackson Davis Morrison, first
saw the light on the 15th of Sept
ember about 30 minutes after my
Dad brought Mom to the hospital
Ever since then I've been hearing
them saying such nice things about
the folks In Duplin that I thought
I'd drop you this little note and tell
you, about myself. As you might
guess, I'm another red head, weigh
6 pounds and 10 ounces, have one
dimple and they say I look like
Joe Boy did when he was my age.
We can lie here and watch Joe
Boy go back and forth to school
and keep a close tab on my Daddy's
going and coming. We also like to
look out t the church against Its
All-steel -body and luxurious Interior trim are
highlighted la the aew Town and Country Wagon,
Jast added to the Chrysler) line. A unique
combination of utility and luxury, the newest
Chrysler four .door sue passenger station wagon
has a fold-down rear seat arrangement that
background of majestic mountains,
every night the "Jesus Window"
lights up to remind all who pass by
of that wonderful love and saving
grace which Is free to all who ask.
(Gracious, I sound like fry Daddy
already!) ::;. ;... -
By the way, he sure seems happy
about the way everything has turn
ed out But I kind of suspect that
part of his big grinning is due to
the fact that his new bird dog also
arrived last week! . ' ,:
My grandmother Is mighty happy
too, cause Daddy bought a 2-year-old
country ham last week! My cute
little sister seems Quite pleased
over my arrival but that Joe Boy
says "Just another one to tend 'to!"
He says he's at least glad I'm a
boy, thol '-; ,.;. .
The nurse has Just come-in so
I know it's time for me to go visit
my mother for about half an hour.
So goodbye and love to all of you.
. v;.?;-;. Jackie., ;
Industry Teins Up t
Vifh Farm Youfh In
4-H Club Prooreins
ial) Ten years ago?
a handful of in-!
4-H Club work
National ' Com-j
mittee- on 'Boys
and ;"Glrls Out
Work - - nearly
SO industries, bus
iucowuvu aauta nw-
mam a K.lrlrt-
up their faith in two million 4-H
Club members with Incentives val
ued at $400,000 annually. This
amount is distributed for swards
and leader Uaining funds in 4-H
programs which range from can
ning to tractor maintenance.
- The money is considered a sound
i i .i . .i
lavnuucm ui ujc wuuui tuiuic
by encouraging these rural boys
and airls who have oledeed their
bead,-heart, bands and health to
make the best better," declared
Guy L. Noble, director of the Na
tional 4-H Committee, a non-profit
r.-'lorn 1 0331 In Teenage shes
10, 12, It. 14. UM 12 lumper S
yds. 6-ln.; bln:i-(, 2 yds. J9-ln,
Son THIRTY CENTS in coins
for special pattern to 170 News
paper Pattern Dept., 232 West
18th St.. New York 11, N. T. Print
plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRE83,
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khlnl tha front
trimmed in a
The Kenansville Colored School
win hold its first meeting of the
year Tuesday night after fhe 1st
Sunday. All parents and friends
are' asked to be present for busi
ness of Importance. ; x"
; The Jr. Class organized for for.
the year with the following officers:
Pres. Ethel G. Moore; Vice Pres.
Thurman Cooper: Sec. Elouise Out
law; Tress Emma R. Kenan; Class!
Sponsor, C. G. McKoy
, The Monks celebrated their 7th
family reunion Sunday, Sept 17
at the Daniel L. Dobson home. The
1051 reunion will be held at the
McKlnley Monks. i,-;?,',;'
Joe Carlton and . Henry Moore,
Janitors of the Kenansville schools
attended a. Janitor's meeting in
Elizafoethtown last Thursday. They
were accompanied by Prln. Merrlt
Sunday service was largely at
tended at St James A.M.E Church
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Like Rock in Stomach
One Kenansville man stated that
for 10 years he felt like he had a
rock in -his stomach, due to undi
gested ood he always had Inside of
nun. Kecenuy jie sunea taaing
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like a rock In his stomach disap
peared the second day.' Now his
food agrees with him and he feels
like a new man.
CERTA-VIN la taken before
meals and works with your food;
thus you get the fullest good out of
your meals. It contains Herbs, plus
vitamin B and Iron. It not only re
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stronger with vitamin "B and en
riches the blood. Miserable people
soon feel better all over. So dont
go on suffering! Get CERTA-VIN.
KENANSVILLE DRUG CO.
- A winter cover crop is a good
investment for Southerner gard
ners and fruit growers.
Orange and grapefruit trees are
being grown this year in North
Carolina, near Cape Hatteras. .
n . in
says Mr. James Patrick
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