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KenansvUlfi Chapter No.' '215
O.E.S. met Tuesday night Jan. 22
and ..honored its Charter members,
:- with a very Impressive program.
In addition, the Fifteenth Anni
versary of the Chapter was celebrat
The five Charter Members in
attendance were 'Mr. and Mrs. Fai-
son MoGowan, Mrs. Pearl Korne-
gay, Airs. Thelma Stroud and Mrs.
.Ruby Newton. ;: ,
Miss Bessie Komegay very ef
. ficiently ' and graciously gave the
history of the Chapter from the
time of its Institution on June ll,i
1937. -..'v.s.v:--i-c... . .. .-Id
;' A trio from Warsaw rendered
songs in , tribute to the Charter
Members end Star Points. Vj
Mrs. Thelma Stroud sang a solo
in nonor of the happy occasion.
Those making up the tritf were
Marsaret a Strickland Mm Cteril
Ho Mas and Mrs. Annie Hlnton Ha'
mon. Mrs. Louise Boney accom-,
panied them at the piano.
Two vsiitors were present name.
ly Mrs. cushman and Mrs. Parker.
miring the Social Hour, the re-9
rresnment committee composed .of
Mrs. Margaret Westbrook. Mrs.
Matoaka .Mrs. Ida Thomas. Mrs.
Buth Wells and Mr?. Hazel Hinsoff
served delicious t cake,- chicken
salad, ' salted peanuts ' and - soft
drinks. . , r :
The next regular meeting will be
held Tuesday, February 12 1952
at 7:30 p.m.' All members are urged
to attend and visitors are welcome.
NOTICE: The person holding the
. lucky H 13 please bring it at once
and pick up your $35 Table Model
Radio. Lucky No. was drawn Dec.
22, 1951. If no one calls for radio
by February 15 it will be sold,
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ITCHING SKIN sores or ex
terna are quickly relieved with
soothing SWISS OINTMENTS from
Brewer Drug Company, Pink Hill.
and Watson's tobacco seeds. See
us lor your tobacco canvas needs
We also feature Woods bulk gai-
aen seeas. we are now taking or
ders for famous Swift's fertiliz
ers. JAMES MILLER HARD
WARS, Beulaville, N. C.
Federal Land Bank
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(Mr. Carr goes to P. C. A. Office
In Kenansville at 11 a. m. every
NEW FORD. For the best deal
on a new Ford car or truck see
W. Lb Cavenaugh at Kenansville
Also many good used cars and
trucks. Telephone W. L. Cavenaugh
at Kenansville 2133.
BABY CHICKS now available
. Hampshire Reds Crosses
Parmenter Reds, and others. Get
yours early. Mt. Olive Hatchery.
WANTED experienced book -keeper.
Permanent position. A.
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KEEP BIRDS comfortable, free of
lice. Spread Dr. Salsbury's Vapo-
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use and highly effective. Get Vapo
Roost at L. J. Simmons Hardware
in Mt. Olive. ....
The Kenansville Garden'
met on . Monday , evening
home if Mrs. Louise W. Mitchell
with 14 members and 1 visitor pres
ent Mrs. ..Vance Gavin, presided
and conducted the business session.
' . Mrs. Herman Pippin gave a most
interesting paper on "Plants of the
Bible". , She named the. various
flowers, shrubs, trees and herbs
referred to in the Bible and gave
Scripture passages where they ap
peared. Many of the plants referred
to in the Bible are plants that grow
in our section of the country.
Miss Martha Pickett talked on
'Tlowers For Every Month". Mrs.
E .W. Sadler talked on "New Varie
ties of Flowers". ,
The hostess assisted by Mrs. F. W
McGowen who poured tea, and
Mis. Bess Hines, served dainty
sanawicnes, cheese straws cookies
and salted nuts, from an attractively
arranged tawe. Burning tapers and
arrangements of white glads and
yellow narcissus made her living
room most fitting for the occas
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WANTED To buy farm with or
without tobacco allotment. Give
dull information including price
in iirst letter, write to BOX 307
Wallace N. C.
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Mt. Olive Hgwy., Phone 3000
NOTICE. For overeating full
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of TAYOO, the indigestion reme
dy from Brewer Drug Co., Pink Hill
Card Of Thanks
The family of the late Early
Carr Newton wishes to extend their
sincere appreciation, for the kind
ness shown in thAr recent bereav
ment. , The Family
A general meeting of the Womans
Auxiliary of Grove Church was held
Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the
church. In absence of the presi
dent, Mrs. waiter Stroud, Mrs.
J. Av Gavin presided over the
ibusiness session. Mrs. Lawrence
Southerland had enrage of the pro
gram wnicn was on world Missoins.
A goodly number attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Brinson
and Hiram spent Sunday in Wil
mington with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Evans and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tuck
er. Mrs. N. B. Boney attended the
U. D. C. meeting in Warsaw last
mursday. she was accompanied
oy Mrs. Li. a. Beasley and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. N. B. Boney Jr. and
son of Greensboro spent the past
ween ena witn Mr. and Mrs. N. B,
Mr. C. E. Quinn who has been
patient at Sampson Memorial
in Clinton returned to
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l.jrt to save his life, but he Wed i
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In the meantime Merrltt; using a
rake, located and brought to shore
the body of Ray nor. - It was under
stood that neither Raynor nor. Dur
ham could swim. ; vu '' v
McMillan told Merrltt that he
and Raynor were in the boat. and
that Durham was In another.- The
fishermen decided, Merrltt quoted
McMillan as saying, to take a drink
of whiskey, and it was while the
boats were together that they cap
sized. .'r,K'J-:-M.t- ,-;- ..;
Scene of the accident was tow
ards the head of the pond about 50
feet north of an old dam site.
' NOTICE, MR. FARMER. We
have a complete stock of Bell's
FOR HIGHER PRICES fnr vnnr
pulp wood, small or large tracts. I Hospital
see JOHN D. BRADSHAW, War-his home Sunday afternoon.
saw, . u., pnone 598; company
agent Camp Manufacturing Com
pany, selected cutting and State
Forester service furnished.
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Mrs. I. N. Bowden and Mrs. J I.
Tucker visited in Burgaw Saturday
Messrs. Robert Franklin WH.
liamson and Jimmle Johnson left
rrlday to enter Presbyterian Jun
ior College in Maxton.
Mrs. N. B. Bonev Sr. and Mm
N. B. Boney Jr. and son visited
relatives in Wallace Saturday afternoon.
Several meoole visited Mr Mis
Key Kennedy in Parrotts Hoknitai
in Kinston, during the week end.
He is improving nicely.
Mrs. G. R. Dail and Mrs. W v.
Craft visited Mrs. Lee Edwards in
Mr .and Mrs. J. O. Stokes and
Dianne made a business trin to
uoldsboro Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker re
turned nome Sunday from a visit
to Delias and Tyler, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. -Grady and
Margaret visited In Wilmineton
Mr. and Mrs. Snookv Tavlor and
children spent the past week end
witn Mr.- and Mrs. Jack Sitterson.
MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE MURPHY nooular Kenansville
couple who celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a reception
given in the social room of the local Masonic lodge building Sunday
aiiernoon. Approximately zio persons attended. .
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy j Celebrate
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.
Murphy and daughter Gail, Donald
Murphy, . all of Kenansville, and
Mri D, B. Murphy of Penderlea
father of Mr. Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boone of
Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Boone of Norfolk, Virginia, pinned
favors of silver bells on the guest.
Serving nuts and mints were
Mesdames E. C. Tyndall, E. A. New
ton, Wiley Booth of Kenansville
and Misses Kay and Edith Murphy
of Penderlea. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Boney of Wallace presided at the
register while Mrs. Daniel Williams
of Rose Hill served at the gift table.
Others assisting in serving were
Mesdames K. E. HoUingsworth,
E. V. Vestal .Ralph Brown. Leo
Jackson and Mary Southerland, and
Mesoames N. B. Boney and I. N.
Bowden were hostesses at large.
'During the reception, piano selec
tions were played by Mrs. Louise
Mitchell of Kenansville and Mrs.
Ralph Carlton of Wallace. Good
byes were, said to ,Mr. and Mrs.
O. P. Johnson.
Approximately 275 guests called.
On Sunday afternoon. January
27, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, re
ceived guests at the Club Building
from four until six o'clock com
memorating their twenty-fifth wed
The club room was beauttifully
decoratetd" with pine, trailing sml-
lax, white gladioli and white car
nations. White tapers were inter
spersed among the flowers, and
glowed brightly on the table which
was overlaid with a white linen
cloth. In the center of the table
was an . arrangement .of white
gladioli and carnations bordered
on each side by silver candelabra
with white tapers. A three tiered
wedding .cake with miniature bride
and groom was placed at one end
of the table where Miss Minnie
Boone of Wallace served indivd
ual cakes. Mrs. Swift Rnvkln at
Brooklyn, New York, served punch
irora me opposite ena of the table
Guests were greeted by Mrs. Wal
ter Stroud and introduced to the
receiving line by Mr. and Mrs. Joe
wens. In the receiving line were
the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. James S.
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loved for their wonderful work and
services to this mission, si' ,
President C. W. .Naulder and his
wife of San Francisco, Calif, are
going to preside over the mission
now. , They are a very . capable
couple and are already winning the
love or the members In the mis
sion, .-v..'.,,; ,vn '.: :,.:,.:;:, -,
Last Thursday night a business
meeting was held at the Albertson
Chapel (Duplin County) - at which
ires, and sister Price and Pres.
and Sister Naulder attended. - The
Albertson Branch plans to build
lovely new chapel on highway
111. They hope to begin construc
tion sometime in February.
Albertson was well represented
at the conference Sunday. Those
in attendance included Mr. and
Mrs. Thurman Harper and family,
Mr. Rodolph. Harper and some of
his family, Miss Margaret Harper,
Mr. carroii Haymore Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Potter, Miss Sarah Potter,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Deaver and
family, Mr. Pete Deaver, and Mrs.
Furnie Harper. , . -
Alfred Harper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thurman Harper, and Wal
ton Harper son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rodolph. Harper, are serving as
full time missionaries in this mis
sion. They have been out since
last February and expect to serve
for 2 years. They were present at
the conference at Colfax
families were very happy to see
President and Sister Price left
Tuesday to return to their him in
Phoenix, Arizona. ' -
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Home Dem. Women
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Mrs. Walter Rhodes. District
Chairman spoke on the Home
Demonstration Club Building and
request eacn or us to pay one dol
lar towards this proposed build
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County and without cost to Mr.
Williams. The consideration for
all of the property is $22,500.
The Kenansville School . which
has. been needing additional land
tor several years .will get several
acres of the land. This will leave
ample land for the hospital, nurses
nome, ana neaith center.
Thus, the site of "The Dunlin
oiory, me Ampmtneatre in which
A miracle in a corn field" toov
place is to become -County-owned
Duplin Countv is the 1amtt
county in ine state without a hos
pital. We have over 41,000 people
in the County who may at some
time need hosoitalizatlnn. Dmufil
less of the great need, the success
ox me nospitai depends upon the
full cooperation of all of the citi.
zens of Duplin County, and upon
our interest in humanity. .t -The
architects Leslie Bonev and
sons of Wilmington, will be. here
Saturday with site engineer to
plan the Williams property site,
including plans for future develop
ment and expansion of the Ken
ansvilel school. The Commission
ers have recomended that the old
Spring be included in the overall
plans with the idea Of possibly de
veloping a park around and ad
jacent to it Present thought is
that two new streets will h cut
through the property; one continu-'
wg me present street on the West
side of the Court House in a North
erly direction, passing about along
side the present H. D. Williams
home and extending towards Grove
swamp to the West-of th krhnni
house, turning East around Kenan
Memorial Auditorium and inter
secting Highway 11 between the
auditorium and Grove swamp. An
other street might be built between
this, new street and Highway 11
somewhere between the school
house and um Elmore Bell home,
practically bi-secting the Duplin
Story amphitheatre. It is expected
these two streets, or one, will be
paved and sidewalks constructed.
The thought is that the property
should be so planned as to allow
expansion of the' school , hospital,
and other public needs for 50 to
100 years to come.
The Commissioners stated that
if It was found necessary they
would buy more land West of the
Williams property which has been
offered by the Bowden estate for
$350 an acre. This will be determ
ined by the findings of the" archi
tects. The commissioners say they
are visualizing a future srowth of
the county seat town and a srowth
of the 'county In such measures
as will require -considerable ex
pansion over the years. The gen
eral idea seems to be to secure as
much property as can be antidp
pated now while it Is available to
assure that in the future the Pub
lic needs will not be cornered by
privaxe property owner. .
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Olive for doctors and an ambu
lance, Merrltt and EJ O ' Hatch
Jr.,. began the search: for the two
men whom McMillan had said were
"gone." The butt end of a fishing
pole was seen sticking up out of
me waxer, ana when it was pulled
up , the body of Durham came with
it, one hand clutching the pole.
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