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Circle No. 1 of Grove church
met Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Ralph Brown. In the absence of
Mr. W. 3. Pickett, Mrs. N. B.
Boney presided and led with pra
yer. Mrs. W. E. Lewis led the Bible
study, "Pauls Prayers. 'After a
short business session the hostess
served a chicken salad plate with
crackers and coffee. u f- Hi'' .'
Circle No .2 met Monday even
ing with Mrs. J. B. Wallace. Miss.
Hilda Clontx presided. Bible study
Famous Prayers of the Bible"
was led by Mrs: Vance Gavin.Foll
owlng business a social hour was
ELLA CQQPER CIRCLE
The Ella Cooper circle met
Monday evening with Mrs. Amos
Brinson who presided .' over the
meeting. Rev. Lauren Sharpe had
charge of the program. Mrs. Percy
Blanton was a visitor. Mrs. Wiley
Booth became a member. During
the social hour the hostess served
fruit Jell topped with whipped
cream, sand dunes and coffee.
. Mrs. J. B. Wallace wai hostess
to the Tuesday evening bridge
dub with all - members present.
Spring flowers were used through
out the room. Mrs. D. H. McKay
scored high for the club Miss.
Margaret Williams , was remember
ed with a birthday giftAt the con
clusion of the games the hostess
serve da dessert course with cheese
biscuit and coffee. ,
The members of the Junior choir
were guest of Joseph West at a
baifbecue chicken supper Friday
evenlng.Out door games were en
Joyed by the group-Rev. and Mrs.
Lauren Sharpe were chaperones.
Saturday afternoon Mesdames
C. C. Wood and G. F. Brown enter
tained at a party honoring Chippy
Wood and Bandall Brown .on their
birthday. After several out door
games were enjoyed the little guest
were invited into the house where
they were served birthday cake and
drinks, f About; twenty-five guest
were present, .. ' ' s W
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STUDY COURSE ;
Mrs; Mary Lou Hendricks, spec
ial service representative of Fort
Bragg held a' Staff-Aids Study
Course here Friday of last week
from 10 until o'clock. The follow
ing ladies took the course for cred
it: Mesdames Myrtle Qulnn, Sam
Newton, Joyce Payne, V. H. Rey
nolds, W. E. Lewis and N. B. Boney.
FOB ALL OCCASIONS
Mrs. Clarence Murphy
Mt OL1YE FLORIST
: .-. ... J I .3. . t Brown ae
ill at their home l.ere. ' .
Mrsl Lufher Jenkins remains
very ill at the Sampson Hospital
lilt. A. R. Bland left Monday for
Cherry Point where ,he has been
recalled for active duty. t '
Miss Jacqueline Burke spent the
week end in New Bern with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Burke.' , M
nuon ut Enow Hill.
Mr. Aubrey T. Smith was in
Goldsboro Saturday on business.
In The General County Court
DCFLIN COUNTY ""
HAZEL WILLIAMS HALL
, The. County Board of Equaliza
tion and Review will meet at the
Courthouse in Kenansvllle, N. C,
on Monday, March 19, 1951, at
3:30 o'clock, P. M., to equalize the
valuation of all property in the
: L. P. WELLS, Chairman
Mrs. G. V. Gooding was called to
Fayetteville Sunday due to the ill
ness of her sister Mrs. G. M. Hon
eycutt. " ' '.':''.,,'
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mallard and
children of Greensboro spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Vance
Mrs. Edwin Coats of Farmville
is visiting her sister Mrs. W. J.
Mrs. Joseph Qulnn of Columbia,
S. C. Is spending this week with
Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Qulnn.
Mm. Park Pridgen of Warsaw
spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.
3. R. Grady. . . "
Mrs. Jack Sitterson Is an oper
ative patient t James Walker Hos
pital in Wilmington.
Mrs. M. K. Glover ana ion nave
returned home from. James Walker
Hospital. ' . ..
Miss Margaret Williams spent
the week end with Mrs. Wilbur
Adams at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. J. B. Wallace visited her
brothers in Wilmington during the
Messrs. J. O. Stokes, J. R. Grady,
F. W. McGowen and J. B. Wallace
attended the basketball game in
Raleigh Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wells .spent
Sunday with Mr. R. V. Wells. They
were accompanied home by Bobby
and Maude who' spent the week
end here. ' :
Mr. Z. W. Frazzelle, spent the
wee kend with his mother in Rich
Pvt. Paul E. Dall spent the week
end with his father Mr. Henry Dall.
, Mrs. Bill Browder and Miss Elea
nor Boney shopped in Goldsboro
Week' ned guests of Mrs. L.
Southerland were Mrs. Bill Willis
and Jane of Raeford, Miss Eleanor
Southerland of ..Clinton , and Mr,
Lawrence Southerland of Atlanta
Mrs. Halley Paughtry spent the
week end with her mother In Man-
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as ad
ministratrix of the estate of John
nie Smith, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against his said estate to present
them to the undersigned adminis
tratrix on or before the 10 day of
March, 1952, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
payment v.- -4i.-',;v,J-,
This MUCH 9, MM. V
... Johnnie .Agness : Smith,
Administratrix of Johnnie
Mrs. Dora Williams of Durham
is visiting here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Stroud
Mrs. J. A. Smith, Gracen, Mrs.
Terlzh Sheppard, Miss WUma G.
Smith visited in Mt Olive Satur
day night Nell returned with them.
Quite a few people from Smith
attended the stork shower for Mrs.
Graham Smith in Deep Run Sat
urday afternoon. . ,.t..
Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Smith and
baby spent the weekend in Deep
; Miss Bertha K. Smith spent the
week end with Miss Elaine Stroud
of Seven Springs. .
, Mr. Cary Williams, Mr. W. W.
Smith, Mr. Glenn Smith are spend
ing a few days in Texas.
Mrs. Lizzie Smith and Mr. Aub
rey Smith attended the funeral
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The above named defendant, Al
ex Hall, will take notice, that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced In the General County
Court of Duplin. County, North
Carolina, by the plaintiff to secure
an absolute divorce from the de
fendant upon the ground that the
plaintiff and the defendant have
lived separate and apart for more
than two years next preceding the
bringing of this action; and that
the defendant will further take
notice that he is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of
the General County Court of Du
plin County, In the Court House, in
Kenansvllle, N. C, within twenty
days after the 31st day of March,
1951, and answer or demur to the
Complaint filed In this action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded In said
This 27th day of February, 1991,
' R. V. Wells, Clerk of
Wm. E. Craft, Atty.
Commissioners Approve -Four
The Board o County Commiss
ioners met Monday in their regu
lar monthly meeting. Most of the
work was of a routine nature.
It was decided that the Board of
Equalization will meet in the court
house on Monday, March . 19 at
3:30 p. m. to hear any tax adjust
Tax Collector Gilbert Alphln re
ported $7,511.11 collected during
Service Officer Joe Wallace re
ported services given to 51 vet
erans during the month of Febru
ary. . ,.jv(
Four road petitions were pre
sented and approved. They were:
500 yards from town of Pink Hill
to old Maxwell's Mill road;
Magnolia-Warsaw Townships, from
Roy West's store to Sampson
T YND ALL
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Home of Wame-Dnplla
Funeral Directors Em batmen
Ambulance Servtee Day or Nisrht
Cypress Creek- township, Ltrlli
lehera church (known as "Brown
Town) road; '
Magnolia township, from Bill
Carlton's service station to Blan
chard's store by Carlton's, r
Dr. H..W. Colwell
Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted.
Next loor To Cavehaugh
Chevrolet Company '
Permanent Office In
WALLACE. N. C
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