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. -rit..j nkn.ro i th F.ariv rarr Neinnrf. was drivins when he collided with anaihjr car operated
hv'.RahPl Whitfield of Kinston Route 4 on Rockfo d Bridge in southwestern Lenoir County In which
Arthur Fields is Dictured inspectina. the inside of the auto.
- - - i (Whittaker-Leffew Photo)
Kenans ville' News
On Wednesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Bennie Bell of Mt. Olive,
BjF.D. entertained at their home
with dinner party honoring Miss
Eleanor Boney and Mrs. Gerald
Southerland of Wallace. Miss Bon
ey and Mrs, Southerland are leav-,
lug their present positions in the
PMA office to accept work with
J P. Stevens Company In Wallace.
When guests arrived they were
presented corsages. Dinner was
served buffet style from a beauti
fully arranged table and lovely
floral arrangements were used
throughout the house, carrying out
the Valentine motif.
Guests were the honorees, Miss
Eleanor Boney and Mrs. Gerald
Southerland and Mr.' and Mrs.
Alvin Powell, Mr. Bill Splcer, Mr.
Ray Dixon, Miss Janet Bell, Mrs.
E. C. Tyndall, Miss Carolyn Boney
and Miss Edith Byrd.
Mrs. Allen Is
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. M. F. Allen was hostess to
her bridge club Monday night. 'All
members were present. High score
was won by Mrs. J. O. Stokes, Miss
Margaret Williams scored low. Cut
prize was received iby Mrs. L. F.
Weeks. Each winner was present
ed blooming azalea plants.
During the social hour the hostess
served individual cherry pies top
ped with whipped ' cream. -' Each
player received a. novelty valentine
Met Friday Night
Ai orecut've board meeting of
the Womans Auxiliary ot the IPres
byterian Church met Monday after
noon with - Mrs.- Walter Stroud.
Mrs. yxoud presided over the
meeting. A nominating commit
tee was appointed and is com
posed of Mrs. N. B. Boney, chair
man, Mrs. Louise Mitchell and
Mrs. Clarence Murphy.
During the social hour the host
ess served open face sandwiches,
fruit cake and punch.
LOOK fO' OS
8UUCOS CM OS BAG
The Womans Club met Thursday
afternoon at 3:30 in the Home Ec
onomics ' Department. In the ab
sence of the president, Mcs. E. A.
Newton, Mrs. J. A. Gavin presided
over - the business meeting. Mrs.
N. B. Boney introduced the guest
speaker, Miss Edna Fussell, Child
Welfare worker. ?
Following the business meeting
Mrs. Outlaw assisted toy Mrs. L.
Southerland and Mrs. P. J. Dob
son served hot spiced tea and cookies.
at C . . i
ween eiu, ut ...3. j.oiuian Cusu-1 .i..ni ;,jiiuav. JuiS in.. ..uoa re
man. ! mains about the same. Mrs. Jones
Mrs. -E. W. Saddler and Emory ( and Mrs. H. E. Hardy who had spent
o,rut Mra AI7 CL hnran.'cjnurl flair, tmrifU ViIvm tnmmnanlul
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thomp'
son near Seven Springs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Powell spent
Sunday in, Trenton with Mrs. Pow
ells parents, Mr, and Mrs, Lehman
Mrs. Wilbur Adams and daught
er of Carolina Beach spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. J, L.
Mr. and Mrs. .Ed Worley of Golds
boro and Mr. and Mrs. D. V,
ClufDer ; at Clinton vMtre dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson-last
Thursday night and at
tended the Grass Roots Opera.
Students home for the week
end were Misses Shirley Tyndall,
Theo Hollingsworth and Mary Sue
Burch of E. C. C, Greenville,
Mesdamea P. R. SteDhens and
H. M. West Jr., have accepted posi
tions at tne a.a.a. omce.
Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Patterson
an.u daughters visited Mr. and Mrs
W. J. Smith in Pink Hill Sunday.
Mrs. Harvey Blake and son and
Miss Lila Shaffer of Burgaw spent
aunaay with Airs. Nora Shaffer
B.T.U. met at the church Sun
day evening at 6:30 with fair at
tendance. We hope the attendance
mu increase each Sunday evening.
The G. A.'s met with Miss Mar
guerite Register on Monday eve
ning with good attendance. We
are proud of our eirls for the In
terest they are taking. , The G. A.
meiHDers will ibe our W. M. U.
members just a few years ahead. 1
We hope air those on our sick
list and aged list will soon gain
their normal strength.
We hope Mr. Ashley Brinson
a speedy : recovery from his av
cdient last week. .
Mrs, David J. Kilpatrlck is spend
ing several days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs; Henry Sanderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and Vernnn
Rouse visited near Clinton Sun
day afternoon. , . , .
- that's Jf7Z?l Chilean Nitrate
. . . rich in sodium and minor plant
All the nitrogen in Natural
Chilean Nitrate is fast-acting
nitrate. Dissolves in
normal soil moisture ... is
completely available to the
crop. Nitrogen increases
yield and improves quality
of food and feed crops ...
nitrate of soda famishes
more nitrate nitrogen than
any other alkaline nitrate.
applied phosphate . . . tends
to have "sweetening' ef
fect on the soiL
tick la minor plant food
Natural Chilean Nitrate' it
rich in sodium contains
26 of this element (equiv
alent to 35 sodium oxide).
Sodium can act like potash
may partially substitute
for it in potath'deficient
soil. Br itself, sodium in
creases the availability of
Natural traces of other ele
ments are found in Chilean
Nitrate. These include
iodine, manganese, copper,
'zinc, boron, magnesium, cal
cium, iron and sulphur. In
mall quantities, these ele
ments are essential to proper
plant or animal nutrition.
Miss Jean Tyndall of Raleigh
spent the past week end with her
parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Tyndall.
at Merideth College, Raleigh spent f
tne week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Patterson.
Master ' Nicky Bowden , who un
derwent a tansilectomy at Pender
Memorial Hospital last Thursday
is improving nicely.
Mrs. W. J? Murray of MU Olive
visited iriends here during - the
week n4o-. .... sfcSt'..i
Miss Mary Cooper who has been
a patient at Sampson Memorial
Hospital has returned to her home.
Mrs. Thad Jones who has been
visiting her sons in Portsmouth,
Va., has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wells nwnt
the week end in Fayetteville with
Mrs. L. K. Hamilton and attended
the Ice Vogues in Raleigh Satur-
Mrs. Hattie S. Kornegay of Golds
boro spent Thursday and Friday
with Mrs. N. B. Boney and at
tended the Grass Roots Opera.
Mrs. E. A. Newton, Misses Sally
Newton and Sarah West Outlaw
made a business trip to Charlotte
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cushman
and Mrs. G. V. Gooding visited
Mr. and Mrs. Banks MoNairy in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Craft and
son and Mrs. G. R. Dail visited In
S-Sgt. and Mrs, David Turner of
Miss Geraldlne Grady of Winston-Salem
spent several days last
week-with . her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Durham Grady. ,
Mrs. Henry F. Grady and Pam
ela Sue left Wednesday night by
plane for home after several days
visit with relatives here. They
were moving to New York City Fri
day to join her busoand Henry F.
Grady who has been transferred
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Qulnn of Deep
Run visited Mr. and Mrs. Jena Cas
per Sunday. s
. Mr. J. (H. Byrd attended a Shrin
ers Convention at New Bern recently,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Grady
coy Qulnn and Mrs. J. N. Outlaw
several days with him accompanied
them back, i
Donald Grady son of Leonard
F. Grady is back in school this
week after being out last week
with an infection on his face, v
Mrs. Ella Byrd visited her nep
hew Coy Jones at Duke Hospital
last week. 1 . '
Miss Jo -'Ann Grady, - Conrad
Jones, Ted and Robert Grady at
tended the P.Y.F: at Legion J Hut
at Maxwell Mill Friday afternoon.
The A.U.W. will meet Saturday
afternoon, Feb. 9th with Mrs. H. A.
Outlaw. .-, All members are urged
to be present. A special feature
will be the dedication services. Mrs.
Leroy Simmons is program chair
man for the afternoon.
Mr.and Mrs. James Parker and
little son, Jimmy returned ' last
veek from Greenville, Tenn., where
vlr. Parker was on the tobacco mar-
let, 'i , . i
Mr. and Mrs.' M. L' Outlaw visit-
d Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cary Out
law in Raleigh Sunday. .
Mrs. Katie Outlaw spent several
days last week - with her brother
Don Outlaw and family near Kin
Mr;. and Mrs. Ed Smith visited
Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., who is a pa
tient in Duke HospitaI, Saturday.
' Mr. 'and Mrs. Wooten Howard
and George, Creech of Hopewell.
Va., have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. ' Norwood Creel.
Miss Pauline Outlaw, was hostess
to the local Bridge club Tridav
foi J 1 c::j V:.M in -1951
The Duplin County Chapter of
the National Foundation for Infan
tile Paralysis spent $9,008.11 to as
sist a total of 9 polio patients last
year, it was revealed today by H. E:
Phillips, Chapter Chairman.
Making public the 1951 financial
report of E, C. Sanderson, Chapter
Treasurer, Mr. Phillips declared
night. . .. ,
Quite a number ' of the school
children attended a'matinee opera
in Kenansville last ; Thursday af
ternoon while a good number, of
adults were , there f or . the night
The young adults will meet in
the church Tuesday night, Feb. 12th
for a regular meeting. ,, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Simmons were hosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Manly Outlaw
arrived ,; home Friday ' night from
Ft. Sills, Okla. '
Miss Maggie Stroud of Raleigh
visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stroud
Among visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. Remus Creel during the week
end were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pad
gett and children of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Padgett of
Midway Park, Mr.- and Mrs. John
J. Herring ; of Richlands and Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Padgett of Durham.
A Religious Education meeting
held in the Red Hill church Sunday
afternoon . was well : represented
from the church group here,
i " Miss Fannie Outlaw continues on
the sick list.
, Mrs. Elmo Blizzard Is an operat
ive patient in Memorial General
that services made possible through
llli. u i 1- i I
selves . Hie sum i.i -for
ThR Dunlin Countv M"
D'mes last year raised $4,7!,,
thigsiMarVh of hich 5 per cent was retail. 1 for
fnnHjs rniRp.d in
Dimes underlined the need for a
successful 1952 drive. - ;
"The record of what has been
done makes us all eager to continue
anrt fn svnand this work as needed.'
ho said. "Unfortunately, even if
we had no cases of infantile paraly
sis in our county in 1952, there re
mains much to be done, for patients
stricken in 1951 or before. The
9 patients aidfd in 1951 were ol?
cases. , The ton or pono conunues
on into the next year or years .
The report shows: that $9,U0.uir
local services and 50 per cent sent
to national headquarters lor its
scientific research - arid profession
al education programs, as well as
emergency aid to Chapters. The
national office supplements local
funds when high incidence wipes
out local resources. - During the
year $7,150.00 was received in em
ergency aid by the Chapter, Mr.
Phillips said; and the Chapter be
gins. 1952 with $388.80 in unpaid
bills.- - ... "
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Good Run of Mules, Cattle
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Auction Sale All Kinds Farm Equipment Each Thurs. 12 O'clock
, Bring Us Your Surplus Mules . Good or Bad ' " .
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