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Cl.arcliCiiCbs ; ?
ntinT.E NO. 1 of Grove church
met Monday afternoon aC the- home .
- r IT .T Auia until nlna mlmi
"LrTDresen't. Mrs. Sam Newton
nresided over the business session,
virs Clarence Murphy had charge
j the Bible study which was on
J?, 2nd commandment.- 1 k
following the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed at which time
,he hostess, assisted by Mrs. L.
Southerland; served assorted cook-
and lemonade. v,:,; xf...
the circle.. , ,i,
During the social hour the host
Ms erved, ice-cream, cookies and
drinks. " t
rmCLE NO. 2 of Grove churrh
met Monday evening In the home
5 Mrs., A. R- Bland.: Mrs. D..H.
MrKay, new , nairman, presided,
virs. J. R. Grady had charge of the
or0firam which was the study of
the 2nd Commandment. Following
i social hour was enjoyed. ,.
THE EULA COOPER Circle met
Monday- with Mrs. I. R. Calson.
Krs. Amos cnnsun presioea ana
change of the program. Mrs.
Lloyd Ferrell became a member of
Mrs... W. J. Pickett was hostess
to the Thursday afternoon card
club. .Visitors present were Mes
dames G. R. Bail, D. H. McCord
and Harpld Jones. After arrival of
the guests the hostess served lem
on chiffon pie and during progressi
on of games nuts and drinks were
served, r High score for club high
was won by Mrs. J. A. Gavin. Mrs.
G. R. Ball won high score for vis
itors. - ' j
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boney of
Wallace attended the Sunday morn
ing services at ' the Presbyterian
church. ' '
. Mr. and Mrs." R. D. MoCord left
Tuesday for Mobile, Ala.,- having
spent several weeks with Mrs. An
nie Ingram. v . . --.
Barbara Mitchell and Marjorie
Jones are spending this week at
Camp Singletary. " ;. ; ,;
Mr .and Mrs. D. H. McKoy and
David. Miss Martha Pickett and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Craft spent lastf
week at Carolina Beacn. ; -
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burgess made
a business trip to Goldsboro Mon
day. : ttv
Mrs. D. S. Williamson ' shopped
la Goldsboro Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett,' Mr.
and Mrs. Bobby Branch and son of
Wilmington spent Sunday with Mr
and Mrs. Ivy Bowden.
Mrs. L. Southerland and Miss
Eleanor Southerland spent the
weekend in Greensboro with Mr.
and Mrs. Jirni Newlin. -,f .:"
Joyce and Nancy Adams of Caro
lina Beach are visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and" Mrs. J. L. Wil
liams. , - " '' ':
. Mrs. P. J. Dobson has returned
home after a visit in Cherry Valley,
1m. y. bJie v s i i s
by Mrs. George Uiies and tiiihiren
who wilKspend a few days here.
Mr. and Mrs, J.' R.; Grady and
daughters spent Sunday with Mrs,
Park Pndgen in Warsaw. 1 l
Mr. arid Mrs. H. D. McCord, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Ingram, Bofoby and
Betty attended the graduation ex-i
ercises at State College Sunday.
L.ir. i ,..,s. ti'i t-ackett ana
Mrs. a nomas - tjuiun and Edna
Grace Smith went to Surf City on
a fishing trip last week. V . ;.
Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Williams and
son of New Bern have been visiting
Mr. and 'Mrs. Jerry Smith and oth
er relatives hei'e. They returned
home on Sunday. ''
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant smira ana
Linda Sitterson Is visiting her baiby, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Stroud and
One Brand tiew
7.2 Cubic Feet Sells For $209.95
To Be Given Away At 8 p. m. July 7th
All You Have To Do Is Visit Our Store And Register No
On The Corner
aunt, Mrs. Taylor : in Wilmington
Mr, and Mrs.' H. CI Dall and chil
dren who have been residing In
Goldsboro have .moved to Kenans
ville.' - v
Mesdames J. R. Grady ana vance
Gavin shopped in Goldsboro Sat
urday. - ' ' .'
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patterson
and daughter attended the birthday
dinner honoring Mr., W-, J. Smith
in Wallace Sunday. ; i v
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patterson
and daughters attended the birth
day dinner at the home of Mr.. and
Mrs. R. M. Carr in Wallace.
Mrs. W. H. Shoular of Klon sq.
arrived yesterday to vlst her sis
ter, Mrs. Sol Grady In Kenansville,
and mother, Mrs. Park Pridgen in
Warsaw. ,' 'Jiw .
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5. S; Class Enjoy;. ;
Weekend At Beach
The intermediate class of. the
Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a
weekend party at Carolina Beach.
They were accompanied by Rev.
and Mrs. Lauren narpe, Mr. and
Mrs. Colon Holland and Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Brinson and Mr. and
Mrs. i. O. Stokes. V v
Mrs. PSvul Stephen honored ner
daughter Nancy at a party Satur
day afternoon. The occasion being
ber second birthday.
After games ttie little guests
were invited into the dining room
where they were served ke cream
and cake. '
Nancv received many attractive
gifts. There were 12 little friends
present. , -.
Mr. and Mrs. Flbhugh and sons
of Mt Olive spent the- weekend
with Mrs. Johnnie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stroud and
family and Miss Sylvia Bouse spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvln
Smith and family. ,
Mrs. Bertha Smith and Sadie
Doris and Marilyn Stroud spent a
few days in Rocky Mt with Mr. and
Mrs. Corbett Williamson.
Mrs. Lai la Westbrook Has return
ed home to Klnston after spending
a while with Mrs. Bertha Smith
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Smith and
children. Miss Wilms Gray, Bertha
Kav Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Stroud and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
ton Smith spent Sunday at White
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Best and chil
dren of Calypso spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Smith.
- Mr. FltzhuBh Smith and -Mrs.
Johnnie Smith visited Mrs. Gor
don Smith Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvln
Smith Sunday nlfiht
Mrs. Johnnie Smith. Mr. and Mrs
Leland Smith visited Mrs. Llnie
Smith Sunday night.
Carolyn fpent: Sunday, at White
Lake. "'; ::'' -
cc.uitVs Presbyterian church held
their Bible school last week. A
large number of children attended
each morning'.' Bible school ended
Friday morning In which they had
a picnic dinner. Every one enjoy
ed the week very much.
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. N. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs, Bill Best had supper Sat
urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bry
ant Smith, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stroud and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. FitzhuiKh Smith arid Mrs. Joh
nnie Smith visited. Mr. and Mrs.
Aubrey Smith and Miss Penny
Smith Sunday afternoon.
Miss Jean and Joyce Smith of
Albertson visited Miss. Nell Smith
Sunriav afternoon! ' -
(Mr. ana Mrs. Aitorey smica anu
Miss Penny Smith visited Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Smiu. Sunday ni$nt.
The regular church service was
held here Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. : . ijx
Friends and relatives of Mr.
Bertha Register will regret to learn
of her sickness. She is a patient in
the hospital at Wilmington.
Ward Rouse of Wallace and C. C.
Rouse of Wilson spent the weekend
with their parents here.
Miss France si Bland has been
visiting friends In Alamance re
cently. . WUlls Brown is now home with
bis parents after completing a col
lege course at Chapel Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rouse and
family were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C Ivey, Jr., and daughter
of Summer lln crossroadsSumfay.
Morris Brown of Wake Forest
is now at home with his parents
neiuMna the summer vacation.
Mrs. Maurice Wortiy and daugby
ter Sandra, who have been vuiung
in Georgia nave returned.
The Girls Auxiliary of Dobson
Chapel mer with Miss Barbara
Brown last Monday night. A very
good meeting was held and en
Joyed. . .....
We have lust compietea uwo ween
of Dally Vacation Bible school.
There was a very good attendance
each day. Commencement exercis
es and a picnic supper were en
joyed by. many Friday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Scott vis
ited In this area Sunday.
Deen critically ill. . . . . i
He is survived by. his wife; the
former Mis Nancy Waller of Dup
lin county; one son, Adrian, J., of
Calypso; three daughters, Mrs, J.
T. Flythe, Mt. Olive, Mrs. T, E.
Holmes, Goldsboro, and Mrs. ui a
Fountain, , Jr., of t Tarboro; ( one
prandson; three brothers, Henry,
G. K., ana urnesr mil, an 01 ive
ansville; four sisters, Mrs. Joe Par
ken Mount Olive. Mrs. George Kor
negay, route 1, Mount Olive, Mrs.
IxUrman roweu, ivenaiigvinc, - mm
Mrs. W. N. Gilbert. TreuUin. , ,,'' j
Services were held Tuesday aft
er noon at So'dock froiO the home.'
TbfReBJ Jnpajoj;; pi,
the Presbyterian church officiated.
Interment was in Wayne Memorial
park on the Goldsboro highway, i
MrrDail was in active" member. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Dail,
of ; the Mt Olive ' Presbyterian
church for the pat 30 years, and
was ah elder In the church when
he died. .
- Honorary pallbearers .were el-
(iers, whiie a .. v a
deacons of the ci.i.iv i.
Deceased was a successful farmer
of -the. Rone ChapeL section until
his retirement several years ago,
when be moved to Mount Olive. . ,
He was born and reared near ;
Kenansville. the son of the late
New machines are now being de
veloped to combine Into one opera- .
tion the four steps tken in the un-,
derground mining of coal.
John B. Dail Dies
In Mt. Olive Home
John Bryan Dall, 75-year-old re
tired farmer, died at his home on
Breareale avenue in Mt Oyive Mon
day morning at 7:05. He had been
In declining health for the past
three or four years, but had not
MRS M.J. TH1GPEN
: Kepresmtatrte For
WAMAW. HVC "
Sell You" produce
Your Friendly Neighbor
The Mt Olive Produce Market Is Selling Beans, Cukes And
Other Vegetables At Top Market Prices. Market Will Remain Open
Throughout Entire Season. .,'..
The Following Mt. Olive Stores Invite You To Visit Them For
Your Needs When In Town. Make Mt. Olive Your Saturday Shop
Progressive Super Mkt.
Fancy Meat and Groc,
Albert's Soda Grill
A. C. Hatch
L. J. Simmons Hdwe.
Whites Stores Inc.
English and Oliver
Clinic Drug Co.
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