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. X). Kilpatrlck announces the
inent and approaching mar
: of his daughter, Kathryn, of
.in's Chapel and WrightsvfUe
i ll, to Preston X Bostlc.
;;s .Kilpatrlck i the daughter
vf. D. Kilpatrlck and the late
incy I. Kilpatrlck of Dobson'i
vol. Mr. Bostlc Is the con of
. and Mrs. F. J. Bostlc of Mag
Ja. ' ' V ' , ' J
The wedding will be solemnized
i the Baptist parsonage in Chin
;. spin on January 31. No invita
;:s are being sent, but friends
e cordially Invited to attend the
i Temony. ' ' ' '
CIRCLES I &,2 MET ' -
Circle No.' 1 of Grove Presbyter
ian Church met Monday afternoon
-with Mrs. A, T. Outlaw. In the ata
ctica of the chairman, Mrs. N. B.
oney presided. Bey. J. T. Hayter
A charge of the -Bible Study
viiich was taken from John 17.
Topic: "Jesus' departing prayer."
During business pla.iv were made
for Foro'-n Missions Week. At the
j-onclusion of. the business session
the hostess assisted by Sarah West
served cherry pie al a mode with
coffee. . ' ' ' " "
- Circle No. 2 met Monday after-
nt,a v i T 3, V. "'. ' ..-J.
is I .Vi Cion'z xe I. Alter
the business te, ion t,.e prcsrain,
"Jesus' Departing Prayer" was
given by Mrs. J. B. Grady. '. .
BSIDGE TASTY " i
Mrs. J. R. Grady was hostess to
her bridge club on Tuesday even
ing of last week. Mrs. Flip Peele
of WllUamston'wa a v&itor. High
score for members waa won by
Mrs. Vance Gavin, and Mrs. Peele
was remembered with a gift. At
the conclusion of the game the hos
tess- served sherry meringue pie
and coffee. ,
BRIDGE CLUD '
Thursday evening Miss Marga
ret William entertained at a bridge
party. Three tables -were in play.
High score for member was won
by Mis Martha Pickett Visitor's
high was won by Mrs. Joe Coker,
Mis Jacqueline - Burke received
traveling prise. The hostess served
peach short cake and coffee at the
conclusion of the- games. :.-
ELLA C00PE2 CIRCLE
'': The Ella Cooper Circle
met Monday evening' la the home
of Mrs. E. C. TyndalL Mr. Amos
Brlnson presided. Bev. Lauren
Sharpe had charge of the program.
Following business the host ser-
vi j i J s.nd1ches, potato
- The first meeting of the calendar
year for the woman Club will oe
noli Tbnraday afternoon, January
i;-.5 at the lodge building. Mrs. A.
T. OuSaw'wiU have charge of the
probata. A gue4 speaker is ex
pected tor the meeting. All mem
bers are urged to b present.
' Uesdames J. E. Jerrltt, George
Strang and son at New Bern visit
ed Mrs. Pi J. Dobson Friday. ' ;
Mrs. I. C. Burchtpent Sunday In
Blchlands with her mother. ' ?
' Mir. and Mrs. N. B. Boney, Sr.,
made a business trip to Wilmington
Saturday. .' v
x Mis Eleanor fioutherland. of Clin
tea spent the week end with her
mother Mrs. L. Southerland. . '
Mssrs. Bobby and Bill Ingram
spent the week end with their pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ingram.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gavin at
tended the Ice Vogues la Raleigh
CpL and Mrs. Joe Qulnn of Col
umbia, SV C spent 4he week end
with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Qulnn.
; V, , .3 and
j i,l t . ..i ,ent Sunday
Kr. K. V.. V.ulls and Mr.
Louise Mitchell. - " ' ;
Mrj and Mrs. L. J1.; Weeks have
moved Into their new home.
' Mesdames J. O. Stokes, J. B. Wal
lace, Misses Margaret Williams, DI
anne Stokes and Millie Burch at
tended the Ice Vogue in Baleigh
Friday night. 1 '-,
Mis Doris Bostlc lot New Bern
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Nazelrod. She was accompanied
home by Mr. Nazelrod. - '
;vi EXECUTOR'S' -NOTICE : :'.,!
, , . TO CREDITORS
T Having qualified as executor of
the estate of D. B. Johnson, de
mumI. late of Dunlin - County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
Hi Mute of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned 'at
Chinquapin, N. C, or eraay Mer
cer, BeulavlUe, N. Cion or before
thA 14th dav of November, 1&51, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. aii persona in
debted to said esUte will please
make immediate- payment.
This 14th day of December, 1950.
George Frank Landen, Exe
v , -...' cutor of D. B. Johnson.
Grady Mercer, v
Attorney at Law ,
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a certain
deed of trust executed by Wesley
C. Sullivan and wife, Lila Mae Sul
livan, dated the 88th day of Decem
ber, 1949 and recorded in Book
459, page SO, in the office of Kegis
tpr of Deeds of Duplin;-County,
Mnrth Carolina, default having been
Lmade in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured and said
deeiOf trust being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure, the
undersigned trustee will offer for
sale at public auction td the highest
bidder for cash at the courthouse
door in-Kenansville, North Caro
lina, at 12:00 Noon on the 9th day
of February, 1951, the property
conveyed in said deed of trust the
same lying and being in the County
ef Duplin and State of North-Caror
Una, in Glisson Township, and more
particularly described as follows
i. Being my undivided' interest in
all that one hundred acre tract of
land as set up and described In a
deed to Clement Sullivan as re
corded in Book 251, page 553, of
the Duplin County Registry, ref
erence is had for description of
Being also my undivided interest
in that one acre tract of land as
set up and described in Book 357,
page 254, of the Duplin County
Registry, reference is had f,or a de
scription of same.
A ten per cent deposit will pe
. mm .
t .lift it . 1
ev,,., uls of fcjuJ f
Advertised this, H d?y ct8-r
WE WILL HAVE NO SIOBB
SEVEN SPRItlGS SUPPLY CO.
Seven Springs, tl. C.
AND EQUIPMENT r'
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CASZT5T3 .
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS, and INDEX
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4 'l .-
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if. i .
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' ' : 1 ' That's our bet pn the future of Southeastern North Carolina, Did
" 'f- T - ever stop tothinb what it takes to anticipate the power requirement
" of 'a growing industrial community? - ,
- It takes trained men and women and a well-maintained electric sys-
: v":. ;r . V; tern to provide both present and future needs. To meet this requirement
Spending $3,500,000 ,
for Now Utility Facilities -
1 ; Yes . . youVe asked us for these facilities. Not in so many words,
but you've made it plain by "your rapidly increasing use of electricity.
.'Tt'fiirM'alfit of men. materials and equipment to bring Reddy to
' ; you ; . . thru transmission lines, thru substations , . . to th wires that
, lead to your home, office,; farm or factory. In fact, we spent $1,600,000
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