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; FKIpAV, NOVEMBER 17th,' 10
"Circle" No.; I-of 3raV0 Iftcesb
'., Circle Nd.' ' l:ot Grove Presbv-
noon -frith Mesdames; Ivy Bowdetf
aud Nora Shaffer: Mrs. W J. Pick
ett preside- Mr ( Waiter;,. Stroud
led the discussion' on she '"Lord's
Prayer", followed by Prayers; of
Adoration" by Mrs." LI Souther-
land. After-sons' service prograxn
.and prayer a short business session
no i ok ;i'AiiK
M:i h i.:;:.
pi:;; n. c. ,
Tlere The Whole Family Gom"
Sunday, Nov. 19th
5 , , . ? .1 (In Technicolor)
vt ::::L j In V:
S!'"T'ii MARK STEVENS, BETSV
r ' . V.'m. POWELL,
;A.o Coi.sr Cartoon -
CMott, & Tues, Nov. 20-21 1 ,
, ' D." 0. . A.- -
!(D::T On Arrival)
With EDMUND .O'BRIEN.' i.
Anal PAMELLA .' BRJTTQN
Also Shorto . -
Wednesday only Nov. 22 .
With GEO. MONTGOMERY V
And BRENDA MARSHAL. -i.Also
Color Cartoon1 ; ;.s ,'
Titsday only Nov. 23
Ymir , Thanksgiving' - Treat i '
E fA, HAY WORTH In .
- iwu, if viv, ,
lAliio "Color Cartoon -. " '
J'riJay only Nov. 24
VrjliQi The Gorilla
4- i JOnNNT WEISMULLER
' An J TEUDY MARSHACl''-'. -
Aira Shorts . ,., - . . .....
Saturday only Nov. 25 .'u . . .. .
DOUBLE FEATURE . -
l :::rc:ncy Lending
K "..h FOREST TUCKER
And CAROL HUGHES. :
a n ms o v
: .Ik -"-y;s,,,.'.;'J
With RED RYDER s U','"Z.
And. LITTLE. BEAVER
"t The Motor-Park Habit .
Prices Up -
DELIVER OUR PLANT1
VAYia AGRICULTURAL V0.H(Sj JKR
SOUTH JOHN STREET
; : lVcn::rFii!) :;r:'.ef :
I CBJtATOaS AND MA1MTA1NERS OF LOWEH
(JUClCa. OS 'QUALITY SEA FOODS'
,-, (Ne poor
, , J.Bh Wholesale and1 Retail'' ' '
hnow Your ish or Know Your Fishman
" r .:r r.j x.t- DJOJVr
rr"vlons exitericnce lf anyi -
was held after, which the hostesses
served aliped peaches topped with
whipped cream; pound cake and
Circle No. 1 met In the home of
Miss Martha Pickett Monday even
ing. Miss Hilda Clontx presided and
had charge of the program. A busi
ness meeting was held following
the program after which the hostess-
served refreshments, if' i
: The Ella Cooper -Circlo Of the
Baptist Church, met Monday even
ing with Mrs. .J. O. Stokes. Mrs.
H., M. West presided., Mrs,' Amos
Brinson led the devotlonaL Mrs. . I.
R. Ceison had charge of tbV pro
gram. At the close of the meeting
the' hostess served assorted, sand
wiches, ' cookies and coffee. J";
The Ella Cooper Circle and the
Missionary Society of the Baptist
Church plan to have a. Mission
Study Class in the home of Mrs.
P. J. Dobson -on December 1st
Mrs. . Alton ' Greenlaw of Warsaw
will: conduct the atudy. Members
are urged to attend,
The. Sewing Circle met- Tuesday
evening of last week with Mrs. O.
P. Johnson. Arrangements of aut
umn, leaves and chrysanthemums
were used In decoration. Following
HA RPER ha,
for sale a small collection
of fielfl grown uid hand
selected Camellia and
WlU liLUULli Fiorist
: NURSERY LOCATED AT
v End of North lSth treei :
vTt wnJUINGTON, N. C.
-,V RETAIL ONLY
Opening Nov, 13th -.
. ' -Also
Sell For Cash:
GOLDSBORO, K. C.
4 APt , T ?
Kepi's to wo. lc f
' W; 1.-' '-s' -I
the lowing bee guests were invited
into the ' dining room where 'they
were aerved a chicken salad plate
and coffee. . Prior to. adjournment
KM' NB. Boney, &; was given !a
stork shower by the ladies present.
BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS
' Mra, J. B. Wallace was hostess
to her. bridge club 0B--Wednesday
night of last week. ' Fall flowers
were used In. decoration. Mrs. C:B,
Guthrie was Ugh scorer of the ev
ening. At the conclusion of the
games the hostess served, baked
pudding , topped swith . whipped
cream, and coffee.:-. .--v. - '
Mr. ' and ' Mra. O.' P.': Johnson
spent Sunday with Mr. 'and Mrs.
Marshall Brock In Bailey. . i ; i
Mr..W. M. Ingram underwent a
major operation at the VA Hospi
tal In FayettevUle Saturday. He is
improving nicely. ';,' Mrs. Ingram
spent the week end with him.
Miss Jlargaret Williams ' spent
the weekend with' Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Adam at Carolina Beach.
Miss Eleanor Southerland of Clin
ton spent the week end with her
mother liri L. Southerland.;
- Mrs. James S. Murphy spent the
week end In Columbia,, Ga. 'with
Mr Murphy.' ; ' ., ' .
Mesdames W. 'M. Ingram,' Annie
Ingram and Mr. Paul Ingram visit
ed 'Mr. W. M. Ingram at the VA
Hospital . in Fayetteville Monday.
Miss Jacqueline Burke spent the
past week end In Chapel Hill.
- Mrs. Lola Smith is visiting Mrs.
Leo Jackson and, Mrs. -Bertha Hoi
lingsworth this week. - ', "
. vMiss Margaret Fuller of Raleigh
spent the week end with Mr, and
Mrs. Vance Gavin. . . .-- .
.. Miss Minnie Ttaorne of Smith
field spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. E, C. TyndalL ;c v v
i Miss Jan Caldwell of Peace Col
lege, Raleigh, spent the week end.
with Mrs. G. V. Gooding, o
a Edward Sykes spent the week
end with his parents Mr, and Mrs.
Bob Sykes. s-f.'-,..',;-r'; '';'
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Williamson were Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Williamson and son of Char
lotte and Robert Franklin of State
College.-'1. - . v.,..;:1' i':r
. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew,Scott, Mr.
and Mr. Harold Precythe and Stew
art of Faison spent Sunday with
the -D. S. Williomsons. v
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wood and
family have moved into, heir.jaew.
home on. Cooper Street. , . , r
: .Mrs. Ralph jBrown made busip
ness trip- to Goldsboro Monday- '
Dennis Lee Holmes
r Dennis Lee Holmes, .two-year-old
aon of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hol-
: Moil 1IIEATRE
BEULAVILliE, N, Cv
Movies Are Better Than Eves
' "Why WorryT See A Movie"
Son. -"Mon. Nov. 19-20
THE BIG IIANGOVER :
Starring VAN 'JOHNSON .
And ELIZABETH TAYLOR. . . .
V s ; . ' ' - - . . 7 -f
Tuea.v Wed. Nov. tl-Mt'V-V1-'-"-
HOLIDAY AFFAIR ;
Starring ROBERT MEECHUM '
- . ' " r--
Thursday, Nov. 2S . :;-V':':.V'-.'!-y:.
JOHNNY EAGER :b
,A L S O :.-:-':4v., -'
LAUREL & HARDY
I To Lucky Ticket Holder
.j; y. n ii in . ,ii ii iii.m 'iiu'i'. "O' i.t i 'j,;
Friday only, Nov- 84 v,J r ;:',;'S''
TICKET TO TOMAHAWK
With DAN DALYj " ,'
Saturday, Nov; 29
- BRAND OF FEAR
Starring JIMMY WAKELY
I IC..4 GUARANTtS
f V. XL NOT EXPIRE ;
-: IT .V,'! CaY;AND,v4
A wULY J
mes of the Summeclin Crossroads
Community, died in , tWilmington
hospital Saturday at 12M p.m.
after -o short illness Surviving in
addition to his parents are three
brothers; Joseph .- Carroll. James
Wade, and Stanley ' Russell; one
sister; Mary Linda, all of the home;
bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Horaoe Brock of Mt OUv6, Rt, 2.
and' Mr. and Mrs. Abb Holmes of
Mt. Olive Rt 1. Funeral services
were .conducted. Sunday it 3 p.m.
by Rev, WalterK Heath, Holiness
minister, at the graveside In the
Pate family cemetery in the home
community.'.- , ys i'--.- .? -
i William. Carl Norrl; 73, die at
his home near Wallace Sunday at
3 a.m. He had been In declining
healthu funeral services were held
from the homer Monday at 2 p.m.
, conducted by Rev, E. C. Watson,
pastor of Teffchey Baptist unurcn,
WEEK OF NOV. 19
Sun. & Mon.
Starrinr JOHN BE AL. V
News' A Short ' '''
Tuea. ft Wed.
Starring MARTHA 0DRIS60LL
And GRANVILLE OWENm
Two Shorto ' fi ? ?w
Starring ALAN LADD
And BRENDA MARSHALL.
Short ' '
With HOPPY LONG CASSDJY.
Chap 1 "James Bros of MUouri"
. (LITTLE RASCALS)
Also Short.. .
ci3 sr;:n;$rii :
Til? FARES l
You sirs aa extra 10 ot
mote ttcb wsy on vary
ticket ! Ask aboot the big Fall
Round-Up of all kinds of
trips, tours, jpedilfestureil :
':: A IW IXAMPIM 'v'''
, Thr art bundrsdYaisra
j ' . . Miami $16.45 $29.85
IU New York , ,10.80 M.45
rt- , Jaeksonvlllo. 1035 . 18.85
Chicago.. 1W5 tM
Philadelphia 9.15 . 188
- Cleveland .. 14.45 28.95
" Washington 8.15 12.15
Richmond . 4.50 8J10
Charleston. , 4.70 . 8J0
Greensboro .', ' 8.70 ' : 8.70
Raleleh r ' 15 i J5
Wi: mteEton i- i.25 2.25
of which he was a member. Inter
ment was In Red Hill' Cemetery
near Wallace. , He . is survived by.
his wife, the former Nellie Murray
of Wallace; two daughters, Mrs. R.
D. McGowan and Mrs. Kirby Bay
nor.'both of Willard; four sons, Wil
liam, Lloyd, Adrian and Wilbur,
all of Wallace. '
J The- YWMU met with Miss Eve
lyn Parker Monday night..
' The reviVST will continue through
Sunday night, Nov. 19. Services
each night at 7:30.
Jack Joyner is on the sick list.
Miss Virginia Brown is able to
be out. again after being confined
to her home due to illness.
Thelma Brock, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hadley Brock, underwent
a tonsilectomy - in Clinton Friday.
Mf. and Mrs. Arthur . Ward of
Rose Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Rouse, Jr. of Wallace visited Mr.
and Mrs. Holmes Rouse Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs! 'Henry Sanderson
of Wrightsboro visited Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Kilpatrick , Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Scott and
family of Rose Hill visited Mr.-and
Mrs. P. E. 'Rouse during the week
C. C. Rouse of Wilson and Miss
Polly Rouse of Warsaw spent the
week end with their parents.
Miss Elaine Register visited in
Wilson over the week end,
Misses Sarah Brown and Hazel
Parker visited in Tarboro over the
week end. i
- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams of
Pink Hill visited her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Bostic Sunday.
For Be D. Johnson
Funeral services for Bizzell D.
Johnson;-age 73 a prominent far
mer and- business man of near
Rose Hill who died early Monday
morning in James Walker Hospital
were held - Wednesday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at She home of his
brother,' NaslT JohnsonVneaf Rose
SUN. - MON, Nov. 19-20 .
To Please A Lady
With Barbara Stanwyck
And Clark Gable;
TUESDAY, Nov. 21
: A 12(1
With Hedy Lamarr
And. John Hodiak.
WEDNESDAY. Nov. 2J
With Gene Autry: ,
M O V I E 8 A R E B
anday and Tuesday
t WARSAW, N.C.
So Young, So Bad
Starring Paul Henreid, Catherine McLeod!
Wednesday, and Thursday.
- J :-t-5,-C'V. ''
Starring Bill Williamg, Jane
FrlJay and Saturday
Hill,' the old home place. He was
a member of the Providence Meth
odlst Church. Rev. Kermit R.
Wheeler, pastor, officiated. He her
came ill on one of his farms Satur
day Nov. 4th and was taken to a
doctor In Wallace vho sent him
on to the hospital for treatment
and check-up. He was told, by Dr.
Murohison there that he could be
discharged " on Wednesday and
about 30 minutes before being dis
charged he suffered a. stroke and
remained seriously ill until death.
He was the oldest son of the late
Fletcher and Mary Johnson of near
Rose Hill. He Is survived by two
brothers, Nash and Norman John
son of Rose Hill and six sisters,
Miss Emma Johnson of Rose Hill,
Mrs. A. A. McMillan of Watha,
Mrs. Bruce Carlton of Warsaw,
Mrs. C. J. Hodges and Mrs. J. L.
Sorrell of Dunn and Mrs. C. T.
Scarborough of Redley Park, Pa.
Burial was In Rockfish Cemetery.
EASTKKN I AKOLINA'S
WEEK OF NOV. 19
Sunday and Monday
With BETTY 11LTTON
And FRED AST AIRE.
Tuesday and Wednesday
With ERROL FLYNN
And PATRICE WYMORE.
Thursday and. Friday
With MARUEEN O'HARA
And JOHN PAYNE.
The story of a woman's prison today
Starring ELEANOR PARKER,
With Eddy Arnold.
THURS.-- FRI. Nov. 23-24
Our Very Own
With Joan Evans
And Farley Granger.
Shows Thanksgiving- Day at
2:00, 4:00, 7:15 and 9:15 P. M.
SATURDAY, Nov. 25
Trail Of The Rustlers
With Charles Starrett.
With Don Castle.
fr a n.
E T T E R THAN.. EVER
CATHEDRAL AT LIMA . . . Tbo
cathedral ot ten, p r. Is
framed threnrh the doorway of
the mnnlclpsuty building am tho
Plata de Armas. Construction
ot the cathedral was started on
the same day the city was fviuiO
ed Jan. 18, 1535.
In Two Years
: Billy Graham, holding a one tilgut
evangeusuc crusade in the Ross
Bowl here, predicted that the end
of the world and the Judgment Day
Will come within the next two years
The young revivalist spoke to a
crowd of 45,000.- -
"I'm revising my figures." h
told a silent and serious audienc
"Last year In Los Aneeles I told
you that we had five years, now I
think we have only two, and after
that the end."
Thousands came from all over
t h e Southern California area to
hear the preacher. Many arrived
long before the rally and brought
lunches to eat while they waited In
Toward the end of the services
Dr. Graham, dressed in a bright
green suit, called upon his audience
to step forward and "begin now
lives with Jesus." More than 2.000
came down from the stands afoot,
on crutches, and aomo in wheel
chairs. One rally official called tho re
sponse the largest mass conversion
in the history of Southern Califor
The audience provided the "Min
neapolis evangelist with a colorful
Legion Post Seeks
Ouster of Pacifist
ASHEVnXE. N. C.-The Hock.
weU-Ballew post of the American
Legion here adopted a re!i!'"i
demanding the .resignation ot ' i
Rev. Henry V. Lofquist as cf- .pi i
of the Good Samaritan Mlssi' n ' i
legionnaires said the clergyman h
been listed in leaflets distribute!
here as secretary-treasurer of thi
Peace Fellowship of Presbyterians
U.S., which the Legion group 6e
scribed as a pacifist organisation
Asserting that the Fellowship'
constitution states that "we refu
ito participate in any war or to sane
tion military preparations," t h
post asked that in the -event Mr
Lofquist does not resign, the Com
munity Chest, ot which the Ml(ni
is an agency, demand his resigns
Mr. Lofquist, chaplain of the Mm
sion since April, 1, 1941, and pas to;
of a Presbyterian church in Brook .
haven. Miss., for 17 years be t
coming here, has given no in Ilea
tion ot acceding to the Leg'.on's re
quest. He said that any request f i
his resignation would have to come
from the board of directors of j
Mission, which does not meet umii
Lawsuit in Missouri
Would Bar State Aid
. JEFFERSON CITY, M". - 7"
klissourf Association for F: e f '
lie schools filed suit in Cn!e enuv
circuit court here to stop payn 1
of state funds to schools a''?7 - (ly
controlled by a reliiioi'i p-oi-;
l Four school distric's In e r" "-
Missouri counties v. ri- n""i1 r i
receiving state ail v '-llo. the - t
claimed, their schools are v!in .
or partly administered by the
Soman Cathollo church. 1
The association, described by Itn
attorney as a "non-sectarian group
which desires complete"eparation
of church and state," asked that
state support be suspended or that
the districts be removed from Cath
olic control. ' . J '
The plaintiffs charged that sorno
of the schools held classes in build
ings owned by the Catholic church,'
and that In many Instances tho
.teachers were members of Catholic
orders who had vowed to dedicate
their. lives to the service of the
According to the association, tho ,
Missouri constitution forbids . pay.
tnent of public funds to aid any re
ligious creed, church, or sectarian
twrposs. :;-': ,; ',.., . ;.
ClartyHolps Boat UE
LANCASTER, Pa. A " campaign
(by Protestant and Roman Catholic
Klergymen hers helped to defeat
khe United . Electrical Workers as '
bargaining agent at the local plant .
tot the Radio Corporation ot Amerl- ;
With a veto of 1,073. tho Interna
ttonai Brotherhood of EV'trlcal . .