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Mirf i , ii 'if t r r r - ?
Mrs. N. T. Pkkett waa hostess to
: her bridge tlub Wednesday night
at her home. Some of the group
played canasta, while others en
joyed a me of bridge.
Mrs. L. E. Pope won high score,
Mrs. C. H. Pope won the floating
ci . and Mrs. Tracy Purvis won
the gift for low score. Airs. P. J.l
Heath won the prize for canasta.
Invited gue3ts were Mrs. P. J.,'
Heath and Airs. Tracy Purvis.
(Mrs. Pickett served sherbet and
' Vacation time's over now and
Chinquapin"! '.'suburbs" are howl
ing for more news, even if the most
interesting news is not for publi
cation all the time. So, ''Rib-Van-Wrlrrkle"
wakes up wiah iwhat news
can be picked up and thought up.
Mrs. Jordon Kornegay spent
some thne at the borne of Mrs, Vida
Mllloy last Friday in the Interest
o. the DupTin County TB Associa
tion after four years of service. The
THA works in full cooperation with
the Public Health Department in
sponsoring a Tuberculotion Cen
tral Program for Duplin County
Just think,' every public food op
erator, school teacher and helpers
1b food have TB examinations, be
sides all contaicts of TB!
Duplin county is arresting TB as
it's wanted, for murder, and slowly
foie surely this dreaded disease will
be outlawed and non-existant. The
board meets in the courthouse in
Kenansville June 28 at 8 p. m. to
Appoint now oCfxers for the coming
year. Short movies on subject will
be' shown. Guest speakers will be
heard from Raleigh in connection
with the N. C. TB Association.
' Dr. E. P. Eura. President and Dr.
H. W. Colwell, sale of seals depart
ment, head a list of thirty officials
and well-known citizens of Duplin
county Each community Mt repre
sented, free tme will soon be a
varlable over the radio and pro
spams will be given.
If tune to wake up for health's
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By BETTY BARCLAY. , .
"Deep : Freeze
you've always loved . the flattering mandarin BUT
here it is ia a dreae with an Icy-rUw, Pearl buttoned to the
waiat and perfectly tailored with a fly-front from waist to hem.
Fine Sanforised broadcloth by. Filler Fabriea. Gray with black
and white stripes, turquoise with brown and white stripes, eld
cold with turquoise and white stripe Size t to IS. ; . . . '
t. f .-urti.T., l'.VIWVy'nl4'TMK .
.Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
Class Of '26
The Magnolia High eohool class
of 1926 celebrate their 25th anni
versary with a class reunion Sun
day, June 18, at the Magnolia high
school building. .,;,, y. v in-':
After enjoying a picnic dinner,
each member save a brief history
of their life since graduating.
T-iere were seven girls and five
'boys in the 1926 graduating class.
and there were seven members and
their families present at the re
union. - -.' w -
The ones present were:.
Mrs. R. C. Memtt, of Magnolia,
formerly Rebecca Wilklns; Mrs.
BY: VIDA MILLOY
sake, work for" TB Association be
fore it takes us over in suffication.
Kenansville Court House, June 28
8 p. m. The public is invited.
v iMrs. Anna S. King who suffered
hemmorage of the brain is slowly
regaining her strength, but has to
be in bed for weeks to come. A
granddaughter, 17 years old, shoul
ders' her responsibility few of us
know or realize so young. Lots of
assistance would oe welcomed in
the home.r'Two other children un
able to assist but little shares of.
me ouraen wnicn so nine couia
mean so much , in. their hour of
heed '" '." ,
Mrs. N. E. Gresham who has been
ill for the past two weeks is out of
bed and has a time keeping her
hu.'lband, Mr. Ernest Gresham in
bed as he has been under the wea
ther since it's been so warm lately.
We hope both will be in the best
of hearth for the coming season of
picnics and lunches to come under
the trees In the new playground the
community is getting - under way.
lYoull have to visit it to catch the
beauty. A name will probably be
given ft soon. It's at the new River
Bridge, so get that fried chicken
ready. . .... ,.; . ,.,.,. v-
A . tip for the ladies who-1, find
their husbands not. "too hungry"
at breakfast these mornings. I was
told recently most husbands con
gregate about ten in the morning
at some store for a snack and a
bit of G ssip while the wife frets
Mr. Maude P. Smith, Representative
Mac Antley, of Wilmington, form
erly uoromy rung; mr. a. n. an j
per of Faison' formerly Hazel Joy
ner; H. A. Meivin o. Charlotte; Mrs
Ralph Bishop of Magnolia, former
ly Mary Susan Wilkins; Miss Vir-
. I I .1 . t. iii
gjuia Aiueiunan uv ause .ni:i, aim
Harry Potter of, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Tracy Purvis and daughter
Sarah Beth of. Florence, S C. plan
to spend a tew months here.
Mrs. Love and daughter of Rich
mond are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Sanderson.
Mrs. Houston Merritt and chil
dren Hilda and Houston, Jr., were
guests of (her mother Mrs. Ellen
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jones and
over dinner and wonders ii her
spouse will feeel like eating, take
notice wives! .
A british blonde, Olga Julia Ro
senbrier, arrived, on the Queen
Elizabeth in N. Y June 20 to mar
ry an un-seen. sweetheart, Mr. L.
Cameron Trent of Loveland, Ohio.
It might pay to advertise but HOW
does one go about it here in Dup
lin county? It lust isn't done- Or is
It? ' ti.:
Our sympathy goes to Mrs. O.
H. Register., and family who lost
her son in droVning last week. No
one can be too careful in water to
prevent such an occurence.
Mrs. Ellis Williams and sister
Misa Flayvi Pigford of Penderlea
returned last week from an ex
tended visit in Ashland; Ky, where
they have been on vacation visit
ing their brother, Mr. Verd Pigford
It's the ladies first visit there and
Miss Pigford is employed at the
cosmetc factory in Penderlea. A
wonderful trip was enjoyed. :
Mr. and Mrs. i Adrean Teachey
and Miss Peggy Judge of Rocky
Mt. visited here in Chinquapin last
week wth their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Bostic and other relatives.
Miss Ellen Ann Dail, daughter
of Mr.-and Mrs -Martin Dail has
been expected to go in training
for nursing at James Walker Me
morial hospital in Wilmington,
starting in September- Here's hop
ing luck to Miss Dail and the nur
(Miss Eafie Pickett is taking a
. summer course of study as near as
Wilmington -where she can be- at
home at-night and weekends. -
Mr. G. F. Landen and son are
batching while Mrs. Landen is com
pleting her summer course of studv
in Wilson. Summer courses really
mane it possiDie to increase ones
knowledge with little stress on the
living habits for a short time.
i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mills and fa
mily have moved to their new home
near Chinquapin. Here s homna
.they apnd many Jtacmr years here.
' Mr. and Mrs. Hesiie Noxrisa and
Mr. and Mrs. J. (X Nerrias have re
turned from a visit to JUchmond,
va., .wnere ueyjunre been visiting
a aaugmer ana otner relatives.
: Mr Bill Brent is home with her
parents while her husband. Pfc.
Bill Brent is with his Company in
Japan. Let's hope the boye can
soon roe Dace nome in peace.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Parker has as
fathers day dinner guests several of
ner cnuaren last Sunday, v They
were Mr. and Mrs. Milton and Mr.
and Mrs Duf.y Lane of Goldsboro
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Parker of
Burlington. . r
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wilmington
had a big fathers day with his chil
dren home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Voight of Washington, D. C, Clar
rance and Mrs. Clara nee, Mr and
Mrs. John Cdbba of Weldoa and
son Edward 'who Visited a week
with us here, Harry Lee of Miami,
Fla., Mr.. Cleg Parker and son
Ernest, cousins from Halifax, N.
C. and other Uvlng near were pro.
sent. A fishing party at Snead's fer
ry was enjoyed over the weekend.
Mr. Harry Lee Williams, Ernest
Parker' and John Allen Williams
spent last weekend t in s Weldon
where they, visited relatives. ' .?
Mr. and Mrs ' Marvin . Beal of
Wilmington spent the Weekend with
Mrs. V. Milloy and Visited Mr. and
Mrs. R. i. Rhodes of Richlands
, Sunday afternoon. " -;v .
; (Little Jerry Maready'of Wilming
ton is apending a few. days with
Leon Sanderson after a trip to Mars
Hill and Charlotte with them, but,
be at the river swimming if you
want to see them.
Miss 'June Bug Sanderson is
torn between a career of watch ma
king and the saw mill business with
her father, Mr. Phillip Sanderson.
The attractive Miss was scheduled
to try the sawmill vacation first.
Starting Monday , morning It has
not been learned as yet if she really
got a start this week or not, but
leave it to nine... , at--' -
Mrs. Mary Stevens of Catherine
Lake is spending some time with
her daughter, . Mrs. Billie, Brink-
Mrs. Joe Bradham is visiting a
daughter in New York City for a
short vacation and a first visit to
the big city. Some' are wondering
ii sue -win nave a "cran crtMk" in
her' neck from looking up when
she returns. j.iK'.-,..';:.Vj'': ls;.; "
Mrs. Estelle Rlvertbark visited
with Mrs.' A. Williams on a morn
ing recently, we wonder if the visit
had any connection about local
husbands lounging around in the
local , stores, eating a norning
snack. " ' "- .
Mr and Mrk W.'B. Ward whd
are enjoying good health lately,
returned recently form a few days
fishing trip down at the sound in
Wilmington.' A ilittle north of Top
sail Beach. A good record of fiah-
REMEMBER TODA1 '
' : WITH A; "'' '.
inns J jrmmv and iMjke and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Crayton and two sons of
New Bern spent tne weekend with
Mr. and ma. U a. rope. : ' :! :
Mrs. AUie Rogers recently re
turned irom a visit with her son
Theadore in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. MeMn Pope and
son Harry spent Sunday and Mon
day with Mrs. Pope's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Simpson in Stokesdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Powell and
two children of Richmond nent the
weekend with " his 'mother, Mrs.
Lessie Powell. and other relatives. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and
son Gary visited her sister. IMrs.
Gibbon Hobbs in Clinton Sunday.
The Smiflhs and Mr. and Mrs. Habbs
visited relatives who were recent
ly in a wreck Sunday afternoon at
Fuquay Springs, ,. tv,. . . jv j
iMr. and Mrs. Alvin Powells Mr.
and Mrs. Staev Evans and children
Althea and Keith picked up Mr.
and -a. Ed. Evans and children:
in Wilmington and spent Sunday I
at Wrightsvllle Beach. .
Mrs Howard Dail Merritt is the
former Miss Jean--Ellen Warren,
daughter of Mrs. Eva Moore War- (
ren of Clinton. Her marriage to
Mr. Merritt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Plato Merritt of Rose Hill, took
place Saturday in the Rowan Bap- .
tist church Clinton. '
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Ing was enoyed by the party. 1 .1 c
The community Is glad to wel
come Dr. and Mrs. Hunter, Heath
who are making their home here
since their marriage a short time
ago. Mrs. Hunter is a former Cana
dian. We all wish them a long and
happy abode in our midst. v ., ....
It may be hot and bitter to en
dure the next five weeks in tobac
co, but sweet to remember, what
might be bought with all the men-
The undeieigned having quali
fied as Administrator CTA of Thorn
as O. Murphy, deceased, late off
xiupun county, uus is to notary all
persona having claims against said
estate to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 28th
day of June, 1952 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted; to
said estate will please make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.-
- . '
This the 28th day of June. 1951.
,i Waocamaiw Band & Trust Co.
. . Kenansville, N. C.
GEO. P. PRIDGEII
W.t-i l-v'jl :-' -rvV::-
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, I BADHBOOM EQUIPMENT
HOT. WATER HEATERS
v WATER PUMPS '"1.-
ii - .V. BUIVHKN SUM- (';:
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1 WARSAW, N. C.
Shop and Save ;
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L E.POPE'S :
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We Supply And Deliver Any Size Set
f-;lr:"'' '':: : We IlaVe ' ' - '
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hunt and
son Pat, Misses Helen and Lucihe
Hunt spent Sunday at Wrightsvllle
'Mr. and Mrs., Clifton Chestnut
entertained a few friends at a house
party at Mr. Dallas Jones cottage
at Carolina ueacn tor me weenenu.
(Mr. and Mrs. Cli-ton Chestnutt
and children Jimmy and Sandra
entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Smith, and daughter Linda, and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and sons . A.
Q. Jr., and Bobby. -;
The people of Kiagnolia. welcome
their new bailber David Barnett and
bis family to the town.-They wish
him the best of hick and hope he
will toe with them for a long tiime,
as they hate for their men to go a
round looking as If they should pay
"oog tax". , .
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ay if everything turns out as well
is the average. Tobacco growers
Anticipate. Let's hope it does ' '
Miss Elsie Morton enjoyed a
16th birthday last Friday night with
a host of her friends at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ru
dolph Morton. Miss Morton re
ceived many useful guts, gaaes
were played and refreshments were
served. How wonderful it must be
to be' sweet -sixteen. " '
Don't you dare go with
. . . ;.".:;., '.'',;. " i -
out adequate coverage r
Be sure you are insured
for every emergency. t
1 M 1 -
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tiin1in rrim.fv ufan wAr pnit'lriTi.
ed in the l&Hhoi israel in exercises
recently at Oheib Sholom Tentole
in GoacsDoro are tnown eove wicn
i ' ' 0 . n-1 J U.M T3 n.A wrt
in uQiuauuiv lire uivwu cjutc ty j i.h
others from Goldsboro. Reading
left to right are David Weil. Golds -
k- , .vr.,.1.1 vntnr . WiiiBfa-
LeRrtv Jftmes Teachey. Sr.
' Leroy Jamea xeaioney, or., age
his home in Rose Mill after having
susierea a cereurai iirainnunrgo
few hours earlier.
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at
K'Cyoutifffs on $b teg nerjPotigel i
ft.;- J, , .. .-. ,. , ' ...'-. y ' i
f, ,'fur -' -
7?. . 'r -r-v SUCCESS X
teh your present carttila fc;v cfc!!srs
you can c.vn
rr it's a grand deal on a great car t
you're after v.- come in and lef S ...
talk it over! You see, our aalea are at
record levels. To celebrate, we're going :
all out to make it easy for you to own
the Dodge of your choice.. v.
An If yew come In today, youTl he
getting'rhe best selection of body styles
and colon. Our generous -allowance
fiffiireitn vour d resent car will crob
ably more than cover the full down IMm Xfa mfartm)otiltfiftfbrrtma iub,i to aie widmui Noi
LEAD1I1G IIOTOM, II!C. J01 IJorlh l!crv;osd St.
.. Defrosts ItsoSf automc".kt.!'y in 2 to 10 minutes. No man, no
water to empty, nothing to do. NoffJng else like it! . F
CroaleyV exclu ' "T ' 'nver Den', n bLos t vLe as muck
, food where you u &ont, in t i, i i rvnJU ...ft the
"convenience levd." . . ho!Ja rp to C3 T 1. of frozen
fooda. Two crL L -a. Irosaver Ui.It wrrn, 5 yesrs.
Dulux enamel exlxiiior acid-resisting porccluia-enamcl
rioTe Come see it today I '
uitua.; ana ts.veci
dis, Goldsboro., '
a r . ihnrt flnvWe. the con-
firmants delivered various talks on
tih ' nr nc oles 01. me : raim.
hp Faith. Df.
. ic ; . . ,
; Solomon Heribst, rsuoi r.i e -i?
! pie, gave the charge to the con-
Avmnt whveh . was followed ., by
. r . . i . .i ,i . r Ik.
he Rose Hill Baptist church by
i. T)..lnl raa
Rev. J. V. Case, pastor. Burial was
in ; the Teachey family cemetery
.ear rtose Hiu. ' .
v. He ' "v'"ed v;-two tw v
nest and Gordon Teachey of Rich
tmm rimitffhters : Mrs. L B.
Nsisnn nf Richmond and Mrs. E.
ihis I.cw 01 Dodge '
payment on a beautiful new Dodge!
' For Hie deel ef your life, come ia
and see us. Drive the big new Dodge
of your choice home today)
WALLACE. N. C
by Charles Korshun., , , ,
' Mrs. Herman Levin presented
engraved Bibles to the students In
,. r uA CalarTimnrf . nVn.
ltih uiiiv wi. wb M
. s fB. K THnr
lomas were presented by Isidore
Ramsteln. swoerintenuent of .the
Rnndav school, I
c. Rouse of Willard, nine grand-
I .... X . i mm T V
children, twd sisters, Mrs. W. 1 X.
Mallard of ! Rose 1 Hill . and! , Mr.
L. J. Scott of Richmond, four bro
thers D. B. J. A., E. M., wa ur.
O. A. Teaohey all of Rose HilL 1
MODS. SAC9 Shalvadar RtMew. j
17.t Hra ImI ef aMI i
I ' " ' 1 . -
i DRIVE OUT WITH
' THE BEST DEAL
OF THE YEAR V
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