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E2IDGE PARTY .
Mrs. J. B. Wallace was hostess
to the Wednesday night Bridge
club at her home last week. Fall
rowers were used , In decoration.
The' Halloween motif was carried
out' In tallies -and napkins. Visitors.
: Mesdame. D. H. McKay, A. R.
Bland and J R. Grady. High score
CHINQUAPIN, N. C.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 22
' Prefly Baby
With BETSY DRAKE, ZACKARY
SCOTT,' DENNIS MORGAN and
Abo News and Short
Toe, & Wed.
With JOAN CRAWFORD
And DAVID BRIAN.
Thurs. & FrL
(Color by Technicolor)
With ROBERT YOUNG
And MARGARET CHAPMAN.
With HOWARD DUFF
And MARTA TOREN
'Cartoon, Comedy and Serial.
, Drive In Theatre
PINK HILL, N. C.
"Where The Whole Fatally Goes"
Sunday, Oct 22nd.
(In Technicolor) "
It's A Great Feeling
Starrinr DENNIS MORGAN, -JACK
CARSON. DORIS DAY.
Also .Color Cartoon .
Monday-only Oct 23
War Atrocities , Told '
Also Shorten - '
Tuesday only Oct: 24
With JON HALL
And MARIA MONTEZ.
Wednesday only Oct 25
Starrinr Jilchard Conte
And Valentine Cortese.
Thursday only Oct 28
By Popular Demand
Your Favorite Musical Western
, v Mama
With RUTH TEBJKY
And BOB LIVINGSTON . ,
Also "Andy Clyde" Comedy -
Friday only Oct 27
A Letter To An
Starring JOAN FONTAINE.
And LOUIS JORDERN.
Abo Color Cartoon
Bdre'i a functional ensemble that can head your fall fuhlon list. The
trmnlii, aJira iklrt it definitely news. Wear the rerersible coat-jacket with
rliitrkti ide oat durini the afternoon, change to the solid tide, adde gay
hui mI fun and you're off to dinner. The fashion edllora of Cosmopoliun
Miimixlna recommend ihii rersatile aniemhle (or your fall wardrobe. A
truly (pedal rait, it's made by LoBalbo and retails for abonl $85 . s
for members was .won by Mrs.
Vance Gavin. .Visitor's high was
won by Mrs. J. R. Grady. At the
conclusion of - games the hostess
served congealed salad, sand
dunes, ham biscuit and coffee.
Monday afternoon Mrs. L. F.
Weeks entertained a number of
young folks at a party honoring
Jean on her 9th birthday. After
games were played the hostess, sen
ved ice cream and cake. '
Thursday night members of the
Church Choir were guests of Mrs.
Lila Boykin at a barbecued! chicken
dinner, honoring Mrs. Clarence
Murphy on her birthday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shenan of
Mechanicsville, N. Y. spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. Ft J. Dobson, Mrs.
Bertha HolWnsworth and Theo
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Barron in Scotland Neck.
Mesdames E. A. Newton, N. B.
Boney, Sr., J. B. Stroud, E. C. Tyn
dall, Myrtle Qutlin and Miss Mary
Alice Blackmore attended the OES
meeting in Salemburg Saturday.
' Mr. Bill Ingram is a patient at
the VA Hospital in Fayetteville.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson vis
ited in Burgaw Sunday.
Mr. James S. Murphy of Camp
Jackson, S. C. spent the week end
with his wife and Mr. and Mrs,
Joe Quinn of Camp Jackson, S.
C. spent the week end wiith Mr,
and Mrs. C. E. Quinn.
Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Grady were Mrs. R. C. Prid-
gen, Mr. and Mrs. George Pridgen,
Jr., Mrs, Park Pridgen of Warsaw
and Mrs. E. C. Grady and daughter
of Goldsboro. .
Mr.- Amos Brinson; and Mr. and
Mrs.) H. L. Pippin attended the
Carolina-Wake Forest game in Cha
pel Hill Saturday.
Mrs. Sam Newton spent the past
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Will-
ldm Mercer in Goldsboro. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stroud, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Bowden spent
the week end at Carolina Beach.
I, nun n ii mi i i-ha
NATIONAL fiUARWM&M ANP
RESERVES INJURtD WHILE
ON ACHVl OR TRAINIM6 PUTY
MAY EE tLIGIBLf? POK. VA
RE6AkPLESS OF HOW LONG
AGO THEY SUFFERED INJURY.
Sccnc-Chcnr fcr ValW
IN RECITAL-' '
" Fifteen students of voice and pi
ano at ECTC were presented In re
riAnnrtmonfr nf mlislr Th rtrnffram.
given in Austin auditorium oil the
campus, was the first of a series
of student recitals for the school
year. " 1 -
uj- Among those appearing on the
program! were Jeannette Hamilton
of Magnolia and LQyce Carr of Wal
lace. Miss Hamilton was accompa
nist for Jacqueline Waldron of
Statesville, soprano, "who sang
"Elegie" by Massenet.-Miss Carr
appeared as soprano soloist in "To
You'' byt Richard Strauss and was
accompanied, by Madeline Hodges
of Washington. . ; i
. BEULAVILLE. N. C.
Movies Are Better Than Ever
"Why Worry? See A Movie" ,
WEEK OF OCT. 22
Sunday and Monday
YELLOW CAB MAN
With RED SKELTON
Tuesday and Wednesday :
; , AMBUSH
With. ROBERT TAYLOR
Thursday only , - t .
PWlth the BOWRY BOYS
Also Comedy " ' - r T
Friday only ' " - " '
HOLD THAT GHOST
With ABBOTT & COSTELLO .
Saturday only, ' 4
BELLS OF CORONADO
With ROY ROGERS - " '-
jm' " m i4-i."'""
SUN. - MON, Oct 22-23
In A Lor.:ly Pbco
With Humphrey Bogarj
And Gloria Grahame. x '
TUESDAY, Oct 24
For mcfct wool garments, steam
pressing is the only way to take
out wrinkles, smooth the surface
and sharpen creases. The except
ions are wools sold as washable,
such as chaliis; which may be Iron
ed like other laundered clothing,
but always with a - warm rather
than hot Iron - - and on the wrong
side. - -
Because wool Is so sensitive to
heat and easily damaged by scorch
ing, home pressing needs to be
done with care
Steam-press on the. wrong side,
it wool Is likely to shine from pres
sing, or of the weave, has any rai
sed pattern, It's risky to press I
wool garment with a thin pressing
cloth as is often done. -The wool
may scorch even when the cotton
cloth above shows no sign of it
To steam-press: Cover the wool
first with a dry wool press cloth
and then with the cotton press
cloth dampened in warm water. In
stead of ironing back and forth as
you do with cotton, press by setting
down, then lifting and shifting
warm iron. Press down just enough
to force steam through, the wopl.
Lift the press cloths and beat out
steam left In the wool with your
hand or a wood block. ...
NOTICE OF -SALE OF LAND. ,
UNDER MORTGAGE '
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in that certain
mortgage executed by L. L. Brock
and his wife Maggie T. Brock to
J. J. Barden, Jr., mortgagee, dated
December 30,1 1946 and recorded
in Book 436, page 97 of the Duplin
County ; Registry. ' default having
been made in the payment-of the
Indebtedness thereby secured and
said mortgage being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure,
the undersigned , mortgagee will
offer for sale at public auction ,to
the highest bidder for cash at the
courthouse door , in Kenansvllle,
North Carolina, at noon, Monday
the 13th day of November 1950,
the property conveyed in the said
mortgage. The same lying and be
ing in Duplin County, North Caro
lina, and described as follows: i.
"Beginning at an iron stake 40
- ... iwui auu
a corner of Jessie Davis' land and
runs North 2 K 8 poles to an iron
stake, thence North 79 1-2 West
36 2-3 poles to an iron stake in the
edge of ditch; thence South 2
West 0 Bolea,tpf an iron stake on D,
S. Williamson's line: thence South
79 1-2 .East with the, D. S. Wil
liamson and .Jessie Davis, Line 26
2-3 poles to the beginning and con
taining one acre more or less.' -
A ten per cent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
This the 16th day of October,
Sun, Mon. Oct 22 - 23
OUR VERY OWN ;
With ANN BLYTHE," FARLEY '
GRANGER (did JOAN EVANS.
Tuesday, Oct 24 . , . ,
With DON O'CONNOR. "
Wed. Thursi' Oet 25
Walt Disney' -
In Technicolor, Starring
ROBERT NEWTON, BASIL -SID
NEY and BOBBY DRISCOLL.
Fri. - Sat Oct 27 - 28'
TO TLEASE A LADY
Starring CLARK GABLE '
And BARBARA STANWYCK.
.THURS. -.FRL Oct 26-27
Wtl StcrLcn McNally I;
WTHIN' LIKE fTT&RCP j
iTD STOP AJW FIRS r
Proper tools, handy, help in forest
1950. . - .
J. J. Barden, Jr. Mortgagee
A. M. Britt Att . '
t. Clivo Drivo-In
ON GOLDSBORO HIGHWAY
JUST OUT OF TOWN . '
- IT'S ALL BRAND NEW ,
Sun. Mon. Oct 22 - 23
STREETS OF LAREDO
With WM. HOLDEN - "
And MONA FREEMAN. -
Tues. - Wed. Oct 24 - 25 v
With BOB HOPE
And LUCILLE BALL. . - ,
Thurs. ' Frt Oct 26 - 27 - - ',
MARK OF THE GORILLA
ith JOHNNY1 WEISMuIleR
Saturday, Oct 28 , U
With BRENDA JOYCE
And ROBERT SHAYNE.
Subscribe To The Times
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MOVIES ARB BETTER THAN. EVER
Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday
Friday and Saturday
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Outrages Of The Orient
out for themselves
of your time worth
i and not
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There's nothing more exciting:.
-eays Earl B. Mis -
New Rochelle, New York ,
Saturday only Oct 28
DOUBLE FEATURE .
A Yc.ik In Libya
With WALTER KING
And JOAN WOODBURY.
., ALAN "Rocky" LANE.
And Alexis "Smith.
Cartoons ( . ' ' '
SATURDAY, Oct 28
: DOUBLE FEATUES
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With Paul Douglas
And Jen Peters. 1 ''
WrrNE 'DAY, Oct 25
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