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I let TIiiTsday
The Women of the BapUst Chur-
cn met Thursday night of last week
In the church. The president Mrs.
Sidney Hunter presided. The
: votional John 9: 1-4 was led by Mrs.
Tyson Dobson. Topic "God Is Mov
ing,, Who Can Hinder, "Look At
today's World," by Mrs. Margaret
Hunter. "God Invites our coopera
tion," Mrs. Lula Parker. "We Must
Work With qod," Mrs. A. L. Brown
afterwhich meeting closed '. with
prayer. - t "
Mr. Jewel Gresham of Goldsboro
visited relatives here Sunday.
. Mrs. McDonald Rouse and dau
ghter of Rockineham recently vis
ited Mr. - and Mrs. Gardner Ed
wards. - , .
Mrs. Lawton Albertson and Jerrv
of Warsaw visited Mrs. Larry Bos-
M. F. ALLEN, JR.
: Kenansviffe, N. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency j
How Is The Time
A BIG REDUCTION ON
COATS SUITS DRESSES
When In Goldsboro Be SureTo Visit1
Neil Joseph's Shop
tic and fam..y ,.. uy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Sandiin
and Jimmy spent the week end In
Rose Hill visiting Mrs. H. S. John
son Sr,';' .-
Charlie Miller,' USN, of Norfolk
spent the week end with his mother
Mrs. Kite Miller., -.Mrs.
Gladys Proctor of Raleigh
spent several days here last week
witlther mother Mrs. Lizzie Brown.
j-atue Douglas Clark has return
ed home after Undergoing an ap
pendectomy at Memorial General
Hospital in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Edwards
spent a- few. days Jast week at
Ucrakoke. , , --Mesdames
4 Mattle Bradshaw,
and Christine Kennedy shopped
in lunston. Mondav. ,
... Friends of Mrs. Lizzie Brown r-
ret to know she is ill at her home.
Billy Gresham of UNC snnt th
week end with his father Mrt Wal
ter Gresham. - . .
Mr, and MrsHenrv Home re
cently visited Mr. ana Mrs. Raiper
J-ove in Charlotte. ; . ?
Mrs. Ruth Jones. and Mrs. Oz
ell Jones shopped in KInstoh on
Tuesday. " , " -- , .
Mesdames Richard Bostic. Larrv
Bostic, Scott Smith. I. J. Sandiin
Jr. visited Mrs. Law ton AlWtann
Tuesday in MemoriaLGeneral Him.
pital in Kinston.
Pvt Leon Lanier of CamD Stew
art.-' Ga., spent the week end here
witn his parents Mr. and Mr A '.
chie Lanier. :;v ,
Adolph Mercer. Coast Guard . hf
Wilmington, spent the week , end
with his parents. -
Dr. and Mrs. P.-L. Norris have
returned from Cross Plains, Texas
after an extended visa with rela
tives, v . . , , , -
Miles Albertson, USA, Washing
ton, D. C. spent the week end with
' ? Si Ml i I'M I Kfit
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1-1J7 ft!., i, a a
Teachey estute line; tneiiLe as t s,
Bonham line South 5 West 2'..,j
feet to the run of Island Cretk;
thence as said creek as it meand
ers to the beginning, containing
2ZVt acres more or less. -
But this sale will be made subject
to all prior encumbrances Including
tax. " ,
A deposit of 10 will be required
of the highest bidder.
.,: TJhis 5th day ,of January, 1951, r
Vance B. Gavin, Trustee.
2- 2-4t VBG J '
s ' . " - ' ,
: ( " 1 ' - i ii . , ii "'. '
; One-fifth of a child's meals are
eaten at school.
I- .. H i
t," cuNuiJiAii Eugene vraig wins c wayne vino.; news
" Sentinel la adjudged the winner of the 19 Disabled American
, Veteran cartoon award for The For tten" which emphasised
' 'remembrance of diaablel tetaranib L'" uan 50 pnblished cartoons
appeared in daily pew"spera tssi.-Jt the United Statea aa a
) contribution to the VA& ...
Stanley Bratcher am Gerald
Batts arrived at Alamede, Calif,
where they will betatlonert
Mr. Coy Mercer returned home
Tuesday after undergoing treat
ment in Memorial General Hospital
in Kinston. "
Miss Jeanneane Thicroeri nf win.
ston-Salem spent the . week end
with her mother, Mrs; E. P, Thlg
pen. " " ' ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Oulnn nt
Chapel Hill spent the Week end
nere witn relatives.
Miss Bobbye Williams of Clinfnn
spent Friday night with MisaJac
queline Williams, , . - -. .
' Mr., and Mrs. John. HargeU of
Trenton visited Mrs. 15 p Thio.
pen Sunday. ,
Charles and Hallle Albertson left
last week for San Antone, Texas
where they, will be stationed at
Lackland Air Base . , -
Meetings & Socials
' : To Be Held
' ?; In Beulaville
The Young Ladles of the Presby
terian Church, (Circle No. 1) will
meet Tuesday night at 7:00 In the
home of Mrs. Charlton Sandiin. '
The p. T. A; will bold their reg
ular monthly-meeting Friday night
at 7:30 In the school auditorium.-
' The Ladies Auxiliary of the Free
Will Baptist Church 'will mrt m
Friday In the home of Mrs. Grover
,; The Lions Club will meet Friday
night in -the School Cafeteria.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
" ' UNDER DEED OF TRUST "
.Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained In a certain
deed of trust executed hi d m
Evans and wife, Garland Evans,
aatea the 28th day of November,
WW, and recorded in Bonk. ana.
page 103, in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Duplin. Countyj
nortn uarouna, default having been
made In the payment of the Indebt
edness thereby secured and said
deed of trust being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure, the
undersigned trustee will offer for
sale at public auction to the high-'
est bidder for cash at the court-
. 1 ' -J . , : . , i. I. 1
house door In Kenansvllle, North
Carolina, at 12 o'clock noon, on the
7th day of February, 1951, the pro
perty conveyedv In said deed . of
trust the same lying and being in
the County of Duplin and State of
North Carolina, In Island Creek
Township and Limestone Township,
and more particularly described as
follows: . i , ( , i
' Tract No. 1: BEGINNING at an
Iron stake in Ross Parker's line and
running North 15 West 34 poles to
a Ughtwood stump, Ross Parker's
corner, thence North BO West with
Chesley Williams' line, 19 poles to
a stump,, his corner; thence North
9 West 28 poles to a stake. J. T.
Nethercutt's corner, thence his line
South 72 West 83 poles to. an Iron
stake, his corner, thence South 5
East 45 poles to a Ughtwood knot,
known as the blackjack eorner;
thence South 15 ' West 24 poles
to an Iron stake; thence North 70
East 120 poles to-the beginning,
containing 40 acres more or less;
being lot No. ). allotted to Emma
Ha-nchev in the reDort of the Com
mittee in. the division of the lands
of Nelson H. Williams, deceased,
which renort of .Committee is re
corded in Book 362, page 439, Reg
istry ol Duplin County.. ,
Also a oneourth IY undivided
Interest, in the following tract of
BEGINNING at a stake on the
run of Island Creek, Mattle -C.
Teachey 's lower corner, and run
ning thence as his line North 85
East 1265 feet to the middle of the
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