. F.CNANSVIIXE, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 2 1954 -
i "r. Allen Nethercutt, son ot Mr.'
nd Mrs. Clayton Nethercutt spent
i recent week-end at home with
Lis family from Raleigh, Agricul
ture College. ' - i 1 ,
Mr, and Mrs. E. Williams recent
ly spent the week-end in Washing
ton, I. C wherethey attended the
wedding, of their daughter,; Joyce
Williams, who has been employed
, there for a year or so.
Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Williams
Just returned recently from a visit
with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
.. Azeline Watets of Fairmont.
Mrs. Eula Sanderson and V. Mil
loy made a business trip to Klnston
last week, visiting with Mrs. A. J.
Sellers, and later, to Mrs. ; Guy
Rhodes of Blchlands.
1 Mrs. Myrtle Quinn and Mrs. E.
Williams made a shopping trip to
Wallace last week, and to visit with
. Mrs. Frank Parker, who has beeto
ill at her home, ;
Miss Ellen Ann Dail of Wilming
. ton is, spending her vacation at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
; Martin PaiL
Mi, and Mrs. David Kilpatrick
' have returned home with their in
. fant baby who has been in a Wil
. mington hospital suffering with
pneumonia and cold. Baby doing
nicely at home.
Mr and Mrs. Albert Lanier and
- daughter, Elaine, and Mr. and Mrs.
Davis Piner and children spent a
picnic-day at Greenfield Lake in
Wilmington, enjoying a picnic with
f their families, on a recent Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker and
Mr. Martin Dail, who is employed
at Fayetteville, was home over the
week-end with their families.
Mrs. Clara Sholar and M rs. Cora
' Sanderson spent the day in Kinston
last week, "window shopping" . . .
and visiting friends there.
Mr. T. F. Sanderson and Mr. "Ba
by" Edwards made a business trip
to Snead's Ferry last week, and
Mrs. Rodolph Futreal and daugh
ter, Mary, and Mrs. Eula Sanderson
recently made business trip to
Wilmington and shopping.
Miss Hilda Maready of ECTC was
home over the past week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D.
Maready and family.
Mrs. Lilla Fountain had as guests
last week her sisters, Mrs. Lula
Boyette, Mrs. Matthews Hanchey,
and Miss Ella Brown, all of Rose
Mr. Lois Simpson of Nashville,
Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin
Simpson, spent a few days recently
home with his parents, absent from
his school in Tenn.
Mrs. Norman Brown entertained
friends and herself with a "Mod
ern Method Party" at her home
last week. A good number of her
neighbors attended, and " refresh
ments were served and all had a
nice time. Prizes were enjoyed!
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Douglass wo have recently moved
in their nice "Ranch-looking new
home." . . . It's beautiful!
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Sholar and
small son, Stanly, of Holly Ridge
were spending the day at her moth
er's last week-end, Mrs. Mildred
Sloan and other members of the
Jene Sanderson, U. S. Navy, Nor
folk, and a buddy Mr. Maybeus
of Navy also, returned to N orfolk
last week-end after spending a few
days at home . . . the week-end. I
Miss Margaret Brinkley, who so
recently lost her appendix,, braved
the trip to Raleigh with a host of
her classmates of the FHA Girls.
Their teacher, Mrs. Mattocks, was
Vida Milloy made a business trip
to Wilmington last week, stopping
over at the hospital for a visit with
sick friends also.
Mrs. H. Dixon of New Bern has
been spending a few days with her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Rodolph Morton and visiting the
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, who lost
her appendix last week in a snap
py operation and a quick get well!
Mrs, Sudia Bryan has just return
ed from a visit in Raleigh with tier
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs:
Henry Baldwin and friends of the
family, " ,
Mrs. Minnie. Stevens of Cather
ine's . Lake who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Brnk
ley and family, has returned home
recently. - ,,'. 1
. Friends of Mr. John Hollings
worth are glad to see him up and
out again "Sometimes down end
sometimes up," as the son ggoes.
Mr,, and Mrs. James Dixon of
Penderlea spent the past week-end
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Dixon and family, V
Mr. J. E! Futreal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. .Jim Futreal, Is at home with
his family after spending many
months in the U. S. Navy overseas
in the Pacific
Mrs. Richard Maready. and son
of Jacksonville .spent the "day re
cently with her parents,' Mrs. Ri
Mr. and M rs. Louis and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Fountain all made a bus
iness trip to W allace last week
and window shopping!
, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Brock of Kln
ston and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bald
win and son of Raleigh were guests
last week of their mother, Mrs. Su
die Bryan, for a few days.
Mrs. Epsy-Dail and Mrs. B, Dail
and their families made a business
trip to Kinston last week-end.
Mrs. Frank Parker has been se
riously ill with neuritis recently,
but seems to be mending slowly.
Mrs. Annie Fountain was a recent
guest of Mrs. Vernie Bryan and fa
mily. Mr. and Mrs.'.R. H. Holiday of
Wilmington and children were
guests at a birthday party of Mrs.
Henry Sanderson last week at their
home near Magnolia.
Mrs. N. E. Gresham and family
of Norfolk were in town last week
after a few days visiting with
friends here and in Beulaville.
Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Davis of Rose
Hill were visitors of Mrs. Maggie
Wood and daughter, Maggie Lou,
THE FACTS AS I SEE IT!
If you're ever in doubt about the
seed of Religio nand the spiritual
need of the comfort of God, .espe
cially in time of despair take heed
from the example of Mr. Lonnie
Brinkley, 62-year-old wife killer of
Houston, Texas, baptized recently in
400 gallons of water prepared in a
county jail before, he paid the pen
alty for his crime. 'Tis my belief,
if children were brought up differ
ent from some existing circumstan
ces of many homesof today not
allowed "tantrums" until they have
their own way and not allowed to
"rule the roost" of their parents
unm mey expect to rule or ruin
their wife or kill her; many trage
dies of this sort could be avoided.
A report has been "dug up" in
ARRAS (wherever that is) found
in Archives of Northern France
that as far back as 1461 "lying
aiui.-eis were reported seen one
November night, a "brilliant object,
something like an old iron bar . . .
long and large as half the moon
clearly seen for about 15 minutes,
then suddenly began to rise in spir
als, twist and writhe like a watch
spring and disappear in the sky."
ljchvc ii io me rren cnmen per
haps to consider this a timely ar
ticle to help soothe the tense nerves
about the modern Flying Saucers
and let the people spend more time
consecrating on Paris Clothes and
hats, which is so near like Flying
Saucers once tipped on the head.
At least it makes more sense to
most of we "inner space" peoples!
seeing . one ' wearing a dress,: not
having the- dress, wearing them!.,,
if you know what I mean! Some
say that it's clothes that makes the
person I wouldn't know; only that
they do add up. But nothing takes
the place of good health and with
all the modern, medicines there's
no reason for one to be sick but
the trouble is, we need to be to
perfect health to be able to stand
the most of itl '
The best "gag" of the week is
where "Pete Wee Marquett", a 3
foot midget, Emcee for " a well
known show demanded 'a refund
from a psychiatrist because he on
ly used half of his ' couch! If this
demand should be met most of us
also could try for a discount from
our local Medical Dr. for what is
left of the pills we didn't take he
To really get a "lopsided" opinion
of what the public thinks of a per
son just let them express them
selves in a newspaper it's like siz
ing up a big was hhanging on
line out loud! But the nicest thing
about it is, no matter what you say
one could never please all the read
ers with any sort of material but
there is one thing for sure, when
people are reading anything, the
written lines have not been in vain
'tis better to write something sor
ry or small than to have written
nouung at au: i nopei
present, ' having united with the
church during the ministry Of the
Rev. N. M. Jumey. , . ,
, Mr, C, M. Miller of Asheville has
been visiting in he home of J. A
Smith j , , . ;
1 .Mrs. Bessie Quinn Merritt of Win
ter Haven, . Fla, is . .visiting .her
daughter, M rs. Ernest Dupree and
other relatives this week. "
Mrs. Elma Blizzard,: the former
Miss Joyce Sutton, attended the an
niversary celebration ; at Smith
Chapel Sunday. -. , - ,
Mrs.Grovef Adams has returned
home from Wayne Memorial Hos
i Mr. and Mrs. Lennle Howard of
Pink Hill visited Mr. and Mrs, Les
lie Kornegay Monday afternoon.:
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Outlaw, Miss
Sallie Outlaw, Mr. ' and Mrs. Alonro
Outlaw and Mr. - and Mrs.- Remus
Creel accompanied the Cub Scouts
to Wilmington Friday afternoon.!
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stroud and
children went to Kinston Sunday
afternoon. ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Outlaw vis
ited relatives in Goldsboro Sunday.
. The A.U.W. held its regular meet
ing in the home of Mrs. M. I Out
law Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m.
with Mrs. Katie Outlaw presiding.
In the absence of the chaplain, Mrs.
Henry Parker led the worship with
Easter as the theme. Hymns used
were "Dear- Lord and Father of
Mankind" and "The Beauty of the
sion, Mrs. Lottie Berger, program
chairman, directed, the afternoon
program with a topic on Public
Welfare. The meeting closed with
Mispah benediction. The hostess
served delicious home-made -pound
cake with punch' during the social
hour. Members present 1 for the
meeting were Mesdames Katie Out
law, Lottie Berger, Ed 'Smith, Fai
son Smith, M. L. Outlaw, Henry
Parker, Remus Creel, R. A. Smith,
LeRoy Simmons, Leslie Kornegay
and Leonard Sutton, 1 . .
Cleo Outlaw and Mrs. Leonard
Sutton represented the local church
at the mid-year Board meeting oi
in Goldsboro Saturday, April 10.
r The Home ID emonstration club
met In the home of Mrs. Ben Frank
Outlaw with Mrs. J. H. Parker and
Mrs, James Parker as co-hostess on
Monday afternoon at 3:00. Mrs. Lot
tie Berger presided in the absence
of the president The meeting open
Earth." Following the business ses-l ed with the group singing "The Old
North. State." Mrs. J. H. Parker
gave the devotionals .: using : Rev.
John W. Holland, DJ., April ser
mon found in the Progressive Far
mer "That k Name, ot Yours." A
business session was held. Miss Ha
ger, assistant home agent, gave "a
splendid demonstration on "Profes
sional, Methods in Clothing : Con
struction." Leader reports were:
House Furnishing by Mrs.. R. D.
Simmons; Music by Mrs. M. L. Out
law; 4-H Leader by Miss Hager.
Special announcement was the dis
trict meeting to be held, in Stedman
In Cumberland County, April 23.
The club collect was used in Clos
ing the meeting. : Recreation and
North Carolina Universalists held penny parade . preceded the social
hour. The hostess served refresh- I members. Hostesses for I., y wul be
tnenta. , -I Mesdames Ed Smith, Leslie Korne-
Tnere was a good attendance of gay and Herman Outlaw.
IN CONSTANT USI BY SPOUTS ANNOUNCBUS,
WMTIKS, CLUB OfflCIALS AND PANS
Ihb back b authartnd by Ford frkk, Commissions of
SoMball, and tho eraiicknti of rwo maiar Ioooinm.
No boMball book olMra lucn compim up-io-oat biter.
th AmrtecHl and National Uaauot, m wall as laV .
Oatot at oumanama minor naguM. .. , : ,, . j
j THE SPORTINO NEWS, National tawban Wookly I '
M on ovOTofr, highlight! pmvIom naion, pie, ,
of teams, ate it covon omrthlng. Including ' v :
ling ncordi, M., otc. Thorn an aba tchodul 1.
2011 Washington Avomnv St. tool 3, Missouri
jT'i'r ;r'',Sli,S- I Noon I-. 0al aall OuW., rwtaa. paid, rt ;
rarltf. rUtt. - , NAMt .
iQNt ' Estate
The word, "Delinquency" is get
ting to be a monster to hear pro
nounced or read about. Yet, if we
want a better "Tomorrow" it will
have to be started at the cradle
of before ... to curb some of the
far and near Vandalism among
the teen-agers and older ones who
have gone astray. Discipline a child
with good old honest horse sense
and kindness with only the things
they need and not anything they
ask for (to keep up with the
Jones)) enough work to keep
them busy and interested, make
them feel w anted, needed and lov
ed and trust them understand and
pray God to guide them through
life; live the life you would have
them live! Trust them one of the
many weaknesses in any home to
day. One of the greatest moments
of my life was when I could look
into my son's eyes and say. "I be
lieve you, son" . . . confronted with
the Law! Result? Case dismissed!
I know what I'm talking about. If
a child can't go to their parents
with their problems, what can they
turn to except unknowns? It's up
Good Health is one of the most
prized possessions one can have;
Youth is also advantageous simpli
city and just BEING "ONE'S SELF"
adds greatly to a charmipf person,
which we see so little of; it's lovely
Mr. Tobacco farmer!
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Say, has anyone gotta "Match"'
You remember what I told you last
week about Mr. Grady Mercer he'
still running yes, I said RUNNING
we MPST stop him May 29th
get him on a Judge's Bench so he
can rest! May 29th . . . see?
A Special Tenth Anniversary Edi
tion of Robert Sherrod's memorable
"Tarawa - The Story of a Battle'
will be published during the month
of April as a practical tribute to
those gallant Marines who lost their
lives on its beaches.
The anniversary edition will lay
the foundation for a fund with
which the Second Marine Division
Association will finance college ed
ucation for deserving sons and
daughters of the Divison's heroic
According to Brigadier General
David M. Shoup, who won the Medal
of Honor on Tarawa, a portion of
the price of every book sold will
be ear-marked specifically for that
purpose. Additional direct contri
butions to the fund will be accepted
and placed one hundred percent to
the credit of the fund. Plans for
management of the fund already
are being worked out.
One feature of the Tenth Anni
versary Edition will be a new fore
word by the author, in which the
famed correspondent sums up his
reaction fro mthe perspective of
I Another feature will be the
thoughts - "after 10 years" - 6f
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz,
Lieutenant General Julian C. Smith,
Major General Merritt A. Edson,
General Shoup, Colonel. Henry P.
Crowe and a score of others who
played a vital role in that historic
As Admiral Nimitz says, "Never
before was such a tough job done
so completely in such a short time."
Ten years later, the job of build
ing a fund for the children of fallen
comrades promises to be done just
as completely. Copies of the Tenth
Anniversary Edition may be order
ed from The Tarawa Book Fund
Association c-o Brigadier General
D. M. Shoup, P. "O. Box 2042 Poto
mac Station, Alexandria, Virginia,
at $2.50 per single copy; $2.00 per
copy in lots of five or more, post
(Intended for last week)
Rev. Jack - Akin of Jacksonville
filled his appointment for Sunday
morning service and was luncheon
guest. of Mr. and Mrs. M- I Out'
Mrs. Hubert L ewls, Jr, of Golds
boro spent several days last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon K. Outlaw. ; V.
Mr and Mrs.: Perry Nobles visit
ed relatives near Pink Hill Sunday
afternoon and night . ;
Mrs, Ed Smith was hostess to the
local bridge dub . Saturday night
; i Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Parker attend
ed the one hundredth anniversary
of the Smith Chapel church cele
bration Sunday. Mr. Parker was
among soma of the older numbers
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This job istoo big to "LetGebrgedo ii"9iir children need,
your help if they're going to receive the finest education
our community can provide. And one of the best ways you'
can help is by supporting your P.TA.
1 In every community youll find the P.TA. in the fore-
front of the continuing. task of improving our schools?,
Youll find, too, that the more" than 8,000,000 Americans,
t members of the more than 38,000 P.TA.'s,are ready and!
anxious to help you to help your schools!
Your P.T.A. works hand in hand with inany'ofherTj'
i ganizations in your community . Find out how you can)
: help your P.T.A. in its efforts to assure every child in the'
community of the education that is his heritage.
A Your support is needed if this necessary and worth- T,
' while job is to be carried through. Better schools are your;)
In cooperation with The National Citizens 1
.Commission for the Public School thisjodvers .
! tisemenUssponsored by ' "-" ":
Gabe's Supply Co.
Hobb's Beauty Salon
G. D. Westbrook
, . ' . Albertson ; -
A. C. Hall Hardware
Brown Cabinet Shop
Mack's Beauty Shop'.
Strickland Oil Col .
JI & R Supply Co.
Smith Bros. & Carr Hdwe.
Dr. E. P. Ewers .
:-r 7 ;";V";f 4':,:'":;''i"'!'v'''! ! 'Wvv
' Kenansville Barber Shop ;
' - Service Oil Co, . ;
;.':..-'; ''! . 'Warsaw '' , " ,;' ,.
Gowan Drug Co." '
'-iVlVUfcXB. Walters .
Brownie's Beauty Salon
Collin's Depi Store
. . ... Wallace .
Warsaw Drug Co.
Service Motor Co.
Warsaw Feed Mill
" ' Albertaon - - ' -
Draughan Shell Station .
. The Durlin Times ,
Smith Bros. & Carr Furn. Co.
I ... . .
Dixon Recapping Shop
t Wallace '
A. Brooks, Inc.
R. E. Quinn Furniture Co.
First Citizen's Bank &
i3;-l7;;;-;.Tnist Co. : Utt
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