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GRANITE OB MARBLE
Sea Us Before. Tan Bay
BY: VIDA MILLOY
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Did. you evr try making 32 Tuttle, and Mrs. Smith served lem-
pleeea of cak out of a 28-plece
size cake? Well It happened last
week out at the Chinquapin High
School yard where Mrs. Roy Smith
helped the teacher celebrate her
daughtr Janice's birthday, " along
with a group of her little friends
and classmatse. Her teacher, Mrs.
AND MICE NOW
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onade, fruit mint and assorted lol-ly-pops!
Here's hoping little Miss
Janice will ; enjoy many happy
... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker and
Children,, Breads K, and son Je
rome, visited with friends In Wil
mington over the Easter holidays
Mrs. Mollle Brlnkley is recuper
ating nicely after a sudden attack
of pneumonia recently. Mrs. Brink-
ley is to be commended for her de,
termination to recover any Illness
that comes her way much to her
own good and the wishes of her
' Mrs. Hugh Heath and a son,
Hugh, of Kinston were visitors in
town last Thursday with Mrs. W.
B. WSrd, M T. F. Sanderson and
a son, Dr. H. E. Heath here
Kindness to dumb animals shows
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a kind heart and greai love. A case
of true-dog-love has proven that in
Chinquapin recently! Mrs. Jim rule
Southerland bad to take her pet
to a Veterinarian in Clinton re
cently; 'Mrs. Cora J. Southerland
has a pet dog, brother to Mrs
Southerland's dog. Both ladies
brooding over the illness of their
pets took both dogs the sick one,
and "Brownie' to keep Mrs. South
erland company. Now If that isn't
"puppy love", what is it? How are
they now? Fine. No, it wasn't a
case of love-sickness! Probably it
. Mrs. I, L. Sanderson and Mrs.
Jane Brown of Deep Bottom, visit
ing her, were visiting the rehears
ing of the "Whirlpool" recently No
comment yet. One thing they 'said
they wanted to come back.- Ummm!
Must have been Interesting! We
Mr. Hebern Wilkins, a well
known resident, has been dn ill
health recently and unable to fie
to his work-shop where his absence
is felt more than he can imagine.
We all hope he wil be out and wel
check-up. He is expected home in
a few days, however
' Mr.'Rodolpil Morton and daugh
ter, Elsie, spent last Friday in Jack
sonville visiting with hie father,
Mr. W. F. Morton, who has been se
riously ill for the past few weeks,
but is Improving.
,';'An ice cream supper sponsored
last week out at the lunch room by
the Beta Club, was an encouraging
turn-out for the benefit of the ex
penses of the coming trip of the
Beta members to the State Conven
tion at Ashevllle April 19th to tht
21st. Good luck to you youngsters!
Twenty-seven of the C.HLS. sen
ior class made a trip to Greenville
High, School Day last Friday, chap
eroned by seven adults, getting a
glimpse of what college life would
mean to those hoping to go later.
The EOTC gave a campus parade
before 3,000 spectators visit for the
day from over ?9 adjoining coun
ties. The College band and JSlee
club led in musical entertainment.
A welcoming address by the Col
lege Professor, and several other
speakers of the day, beside differ
ent activities were enjoyed during
the day, beside a barbecue dinner
Mr. "Roo" Bradham is a patient
in a Wilmington Hospital for a
Mr. Lee Maready has returned
from the Hospital assuring every
one he is very much alive as it
had been reported he was dead
several times. First dead then alive.
Mr and Mrs. Van Murrell of Ra-
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TOMATO TREASURES i Remove
tops from 6 firm tomatoes; Bcoop
out part of pulp; invert to drain.
Combine Vt cup each of chopped
celery and carrots; Vt green pep
per, chopped, 2 tsps. chopped
onion, cup Ann Page Salad
Dressing. Sprinkle tomatoes with
salt; fill with mixture. Serve on
salad gTeens. Top with Ann Page
Salad Dressing. Garnish with rad
ishes and stuffed olives. 6 servings.
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leigh, Miss Elvs Greeham of Mount
Olive, children pf Mr. and Mrs. N.
K ' Greaham, spent sometime V at
home with them this week-end..
Mr: Jimmle Southerland, scholar
of Barber school in Durham, was
home for the week-end. . . . .
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Mr. Floyd Judge was seen In
town a few hours lately dodging re
porters . ..due to the fact he Is
very shy of gossip! , V
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Page at
tended the V. F. W. meeting at
little Washington Sunday after
noon. Mr and Mrs . Thomas Quinn
visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Quinn.
Miss Sad:ie Doris Smith has re
turned home after visiting relat
ives in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Smith, Jr.
and baby spent Sunday1 with Mr
and Mrs. Bryant Smith, Sr.
Miss Ardeth Smith student nurse
of Rocky Mount spent the weekend
with her parents Mr. nad Mrs. Ray
Mrs. Turzie Sheppard spent the
weekend with Mrs. Johnnie Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Smith and
son spent the weekend in Deep
Run with Mrs. Smith's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Smith and
boys visited Mr, and Mrs Wood
row Jackson Sunday afternoon.
A number o men from this com
munity went on a fishing trip Sat
urday near Wilmington,
Carmen Turner, Jr. who is stat
ioned with the Navy in Texas is
on a 15 day furlough visiting Mrs.
Bertha Smith and family.
Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Smith and
Bertha Kay visited Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Stroud Sunday afternoon.
The B. F. Grady seniors went to
Greenville on Friday which was
Senior Day Every one enjoyed the
trip very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stroud and
children of Washington, D. C. vis
ited Mrs. Bertha Smith and fam
ily and Mr and Mrs. Alvin Smith
here this wek.
Mr. H. W. Stroud of Milwaukee,
Wis. visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Smith Wednesday night
Miss Wilma Gray Smith and
Gary visited Mrs. Bertha Smith
and family Sunday afternoon.
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