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Lou Wood waa honored
y afternoon on her eighth
y with a party given by her
r, Mrs. John wood. ' u '
children enjoyed many games.
. Wood served birthday . cake,
cream and chewing gum ' to:
Frederick, Betty Lou, Amory
i Linda English, Ernestine and
'a Jean Gore. Peggy and Evelyn
Mrs. Forrest Martin and Mrs.
J. U. Wahab ; shopped in Clinton
'Saturday. "' " '
i Belton,, Houston of Washington,
... N. C. was home for the week end
v with his mother, . Mrs. Florence
Houston. , ' v
- Mrs. Guy Shue has returned to
her; home at Staunton, Va. after
' being called to Hose Hill due to
' the death of her keice, Deborah
Carr Brown. '
' Monroe . Mnlshew. : of Fremont
. visited his brother, Belton Minshew
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Stancfl were
caned to Kenly Wednesday due to
the dgath of Mr. Stancil's sunt.
" Mrs. V. A. Standi and Miss Maggie
Bowden attended a Teacher's Meet
ing at E.C.C Greenville Tuesday.
: Mrs, ,J. C Surratt, Sr. spent
several days recently with her son,
J, C. Surratt, Jr, at Goldsboro.
Miss i Rebecca Best of Fuquay
Springs spent the week end with her
parents, xor. ana Mrs u. s. tsest.
Miss Betty West of W. C. Greens,
boro was home for the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Mr; and Mrs. Ed Hlnes' and child
ren were .week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Oakes of Greenville.
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Backley and
Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs. I B.
Paee at ML Olive Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fonvlelle and
Dr. and Mrs.' O. S. Matthews at
tended the State-Carolina Basket
Bail game Wednesday night ,
Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Williams of
Charlotte spent the week end with
Mr., and Mrs. L. O. Williams.
' Rev. and Mrs. G. Vann Stephens
of Angler visited friends here re
Mr. and Mrs, L. O. Williams visit
ed relatives at Roseboro Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Britt and
children'spent Sunday With Mr. and
Mrs. John Gibbs of Raleigh." v
DEAD OR DISABLED AI1IMALS
Mules & Com
' .'Due to the low prices of fats and hides we
are forced to make a small charge. Phone collect
Goldsboro 1532 or 2330
II. C. Consolidated Hide Co., Inc.
' f ' Goldsboro, N. C.
Mrs.' Davis : Holllngsworth with
Mrs. J. E. House, co-hostess, enters
talned the Philathea Class of the
Baptist Church ' Thursday evening
with nineteen members present.
Mrs.- L. O. Williams, president,
presided over lengthy: business
During the recreation period the
class made. 'Laugh-Today-Greetings'
for sixty-five patients in the Clinton
Hospital. ' '
The hostesses served a salad plate
with russian tea.
MRS. AVON SIIARPE
WINS HIGH SCORE ;
Mrs. Avon Sharpe received c'a
double deck of cards for club high;
MrsT J. P. Harmon won a milk
glass vsse for visitors high; Mrs.
Milton West was given a perfume
stick on' Thursday evening when
Mrs. E. D. Pollock entertained her
bridge club and additional guests.
The hostess served a salad plate
with russian tea . to: Mrs, .Sharpe,
Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. West, Mrs. S.W.
Mariner, Mrs. Q. J. Sutton, Mrs.
Graham Phillips, Mrs. A. M. Benton,
Mrs. Allen Draughan, Sr, Mrs. J.H.
Wahab, Mrs. Glenn Rollins, Mrs.
W. J. Middleton, Jr. and Mrs. F. J.
sons, Hugh and. Neal, visited Mrs.
Julia Mitchell at Fairmont Sunday.
Miss Shirley Cockrell is suffering
from a back, and leg .injury re
ceived dnring the week end. She
is confined to bed.,,..';.;.'.
Miss Nell Matthia of Asheboro
spent the week end with her par
ents, Mr. , 'and-Mrs. Bv t. Matthia.
MBS. MARY G. POWERS '
Mrs. Mary G. Powers, 95, died at
the home of her son, Dr. John S.
Powers in Wallace, early Saturday
night Funeral services were held
Monday at 3:30 p.m. from Mount
Holly Baptist Church in Pender
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C. U Turner, i .. i J v
the cnurcn cemetery, surviv; x t o
two sons, Dr.'H. D. Powers of Wash
ington and Dr. John S. Powers of
Wallace; two daughters, Mrs. Ik T.
Ferguson of Winterhaven, Fla, ' and
Mrs. John Haywood pf Washington;
10 grandchildren. '
DANNIE B. BLANTOrf , 1
Dannie X. Blanton, 78, died Satur
day morning at bis nome. near Rose
Hill.;. Funeral services were held
Sunday at 8 pan. at Island Creek
Baptist Church, conducted by the
Rev. Mr. Mearers, pastor, assisted
by the Rev, Van MurrelL Burial was
in the family , cemetery near, the
home. He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Alice P. Blanton; one daughter,
Mrs. Edward Bland of Rose Hill;
six grandchildren,; seven r great
grandchildren; ; two sisters, Mrs.
Annie Bowen and MrsJ Katie Riven-
bark of Wallace; one brother, E X
Blanton of Goldsboro. .
The reformer should take a tip
from charity and begin at home.
Can Be A Dream Come True
if you will start saving today. Come
in and let us help you start a saving
account toward a dream come true.
Bank With Us.
"Make Our Bank Your Bank"
BANK OF MT. OLIVE
Mt. Olive Calypso
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Miller of
High Point spent the week end with
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Britt
Mr. 'and Mrs. Daulton West and
sons of Greensboro were week end
guests or' Mrs. J. J. West.
Mrs. P. A. Kitcnift carried Mr.
Kltchin's mother to a hospital at
Charlottesville, Va. and has been at
her bedside for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pierce, Jr.
of Raleigh spent the week end with
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Claibourne
L. B. Huie recently went for his
mother, Mrs. O. J. Huie, at Atlanta,
Ga, who will visit him for Some
time. Mrs. R. E. L. Wheless has return
ed from a visit to Roanoke Rapids.
Little Pamela Surratt of Golds
boro is visiting her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Surratt.
Mrs. Bill Best was recently called
to Greensboro to attend the funeral
of her grandfather.
Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe and
Paul Kitchin spent the week end at
Charlottesville, Va. visiting Mrs."
Kitchin and Mr. Kitchin's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Strickland and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Simmons at Sanford.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sutton have
moved into the Middleton home on
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Bell of Ken
ansville visited Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Mrs. Oliver Edwards and Mrs.
T. R. Quinn shopped in Goldsboro
I. J. Quinn and Ben Casey Fred
erick recently attended a Television
School in New York.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kornegay and
daughter spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson at Orum.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent visited
relatives in Greenville over the
Mrs. Hoy Fountain and children
visited relatives in Wallace Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mitchell and
KAIXZaH ; The State Der it
ment of Motor Vehicles cautloif 1
Tar Heel driver this week that
units of electronic speed recording
equipment are , in use to. protect
motorists from flagranti speeders.
The motorist who ''Consistently
drives at illegal speeds will, sooner
or later, be apprehended by one of
these devices," warned patrol com
mander James ft. Smith., The best
policy, and by far the safest, is to
always drive at legal speed limits".
Words f the Wise
The secret of success is con
stancy to purpose. : ' J ' ;
'fix A7JCACCJ 'SZFp-Cfoy,
) PtfATY iA.:jS THIS YfA.
Those who have a fine command
of language say nothing. 1 , . -
If you can't be great you can be
reliable which is greater.
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w.i COM. ItM SIKVICCMAIiat. INC. . "
Csrsaih Hunters By" THRinrS o
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I hereby announce my
Candidacy for CORON
ER of Duplin County,
subject to the will of the
voters in the Democratic
Your vote and support
will be appreciated.
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Open Mon. Thru. Fri.
7:30 A.M. 'til 5:30 P.M.
7:30 A.M.'til 1:00 PJH.
Remember this ! ! These prices good only during sale!! The big event starts Thursday,
March 4lh. and will positively end Saturday, March 6th. Hurry I IYoij can't afford to
miSSOUt!! " .y yy yr:P: .
Our Lot b'pvej room for
Nern Cars Arriving Dailf
We offer you good people of Duplin a chance to
buy cars at unheard-of prices ! ! Our loss is your gain ! !
It will be your fault, not ours, if you fail to take
advantage of these wonderful bargains ! !
THESE CARS MUST GO
Last Week Price
tmm r Price Sale
1541 Ford Tudor 8 cyl. 195. 125.
. 1946 Ford Tudor 8 cyl. 295. 195.
1947 Ford Fordor 8 cyl. 350. 175.
1947 Chevrolefiudor 325. 225.
1948 Ford Fordor 8 cyl. 525. 395;
1948 FordF'250pickup6cyl 375. 275.
1949 Chevrolet Tudor? 750. 550.
1950 Ford Fordor 8 cyl. 895.
1950 Ford Tudor 8 cyl. 895.
1951 Ford F-1G3 pickup 6 cyl. 825.
1951 Ford FT1(X pickup 8 cyl. 895.
1951 Chevrolet Tudor ; . JI50.
1951 Ford Fordor 8 cyl. IM
1952 Ford pickup 8 cyl. 1150.
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