X t - r Vilh Pride . In The ' Easter Parade BuyVour SUIT TOPPER DRESS ' 1 Apd v v HAT . . . TO MATCH - .... . i .- ' i , - . ! -rr . ."i "..-At Neil Joseph Shop GOLDSBORO CHURCH CIRCLES 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 i enjoyed. 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. BRIDGE CLUB . 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. , JUNIOR CHOIR 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. BIRTHDAY PARTY 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 ' r in 'in' -i r 1 i 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. PERSONALS FLOWERS FOB ALL OCCASIONS Mrs. Clarence Murphy Phone t8fil Agent. 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 in Clinton. 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 NOTICE nuon ut Enow Hill. Mr. Aubrey T. Smith was in Goldsboro Saturday on business. NOTICE In The General County Court NORTH CAROLINA," DCFLIN COUNTY "" HAZEL WILLIAMS HALL VS. ALEX 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 County: : 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 Gavin. Mrs. Edwin Coats of Farmville is visiting her sister Mrs. W. J. Pickett. 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 week end. 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 lands. V 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 Saturday." 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 Smith, Deceased. 4-20-et o,(i-:4'v;:;y;,- SMITH TOWNSHIP HEWS- 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 Run. r ; 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 31 a YOU'LL NEED TO GET YOUR OUTFIT TOGETHER AT ONCE v ' LET US HELP YOU. START AT THE FOUNDATION - WARNER'S STAY-UP TOP GIRDLES, CORSELETS AND BRAS WILL START YOU RIGHT. ''."'' , A".".',!- y.'.X - (1 ." ''. ;, v' '-.j. -:'X v.'' ' - ' V' '' ' V..' V . - '"' ' v. . K' "- k ; - 'wy c' BEAUTIFUL SLIPS AND PANTIES OF RAYON MULTI FILAMENT CREPE, NYLON GORGEOUSLY LACE TRIMMED Willi TURN THE TRICK. SUITS BY JOSEU WILL GIVE YOU THAT LONGED FOR LOOK. . ' . , ' , - '' ' ' ; " DRESSES BY MISS YOUTH, NELL DON, PLAZA AND PURI- v TAN FOREVER YOUNG WILL BE JUST THE RIGHT THING. ; BEAUTIFUL HATS BY GAGE WILL BE THE CROWNING . ACT v.-.. , .. RESULTS: JUST WHAT YOU DREAMED OF AT A PRICE . YOU CAN AFFOKD TO PAY. LET US HELP YOU IN OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT 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 complaint, This 27th day of February, 1991, ' R. V. Wells, Clerk of General Wm. E. Craft, Atty. 3-23-4t WEC Cuuiuy Court Commissioners Approve -Four Road Petitions 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 men complaints. Tax Collector Gilbert Alphln re ported $7,511.11 collected during February. 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. 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