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A I.'i s. Allen Draughan, Jr.
ry Eta pf Chatham, Va.
t I,ir. and I.Irs. Allen Draughan
s, r the week end. . 1
. P. Minshew of Fremont was
i 3 week end guest of hit son, Mr.
i 1 Mrs. Bel ton Minshew.
I :rs. Shelby Zackary and Shelby
J an 1' ft Saturday to visit relatives
in Arkansas ,
Mr. and Mr. James Ramsey of
Teachey; Mr. and Mrs. A. U Yandy
of Burgaw and Robert Yandy of
i Kichmond visited the Allen Porter'i
' and H. C. Allen' during the week
...end. t , ' :
Leon Wells of Kichmond to spend
ing the week with the Allen Por-'
ters. J. ::-.f ' U
c Mr. ' and Mr. 'W. D. Byrd are
spending several days with relatives
' In Fayettevllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berry and Mr.
and Mrs. Wekie.Kellum of Kinston
spent t Saturday aft Carolina 1 Beach.
- Miss Sue Shine has returned from
Alexandria,. V. after visit with
Henry Stevens Hi and JLee, Brown
spent the: week end at the Stevens
Cabin at New River.',. ,- -.yb-x
, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wahab and
children; ptanne and Ronnie- are
spending the week v at, Carolina
Beach. .; -fl.:i:,v:, ;V V
fWeek end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Blanchard over the week , end
were: Charlie Hammer of Alabama;
Mr. and Mrs. Maxton Bennett and
boys, and Worth, and Betty Blan
chard of Wilmington. Betty has re
turned from ;I.C.C -Greenville and
is working with a, contracting Co.
in Wilmington. , ji-i -':'-'-
Mrs, C. J. Brown Is spending the
week with her ; sisterf Mrs.; Frank
Matthews, of Richmond. .,
Rev., and Mrs. J. Paul Edwards
and son spent Sunday and Monday
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FARMER'S HARDWARE &
MERCHANDISE COM 1
The Farmers Friend
1. JR (Jtamy) Strickland ( BCra. Ftoyd 8triekland
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bostic.
Mr.n and Mrs. James Gaylor . of
Jacksonville spent Wednesday with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bostic.
, Mrs.: J. Scott and , Miss ' Jean
nette Scott ; of Wilmington spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs, David
Chambers. ;i j'.. V )
j Mrs. Mary Southerland of Ken
ansville. and Mr. and Mrs. , Jim
Newlin of Guilford College spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. David
Chambers. & tjvf.sii f S.Su
Mr.-, and Mrs., Paul . Berrv SDent
Sunday at Wrightsville Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vann and chil
dren, Billy and Betsy,'' and Miss :
Jackie Fussell spent the week-end
at Kure's Beach visiting Mrs. Bea
trice M. Conner.
Bill Vann attended a Manager's
meeting at Fayetteville Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Britt and chil
dren, Jeanette and Paul, spent Sun
day at the Beach.
J. R. Vann of Charlotte spent
Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Surratt, Jr.'
and children of Goldsboro visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Surratt,Sr. Sunday.
Mrs. Bill Vann visited Mrs. Attie
B. Vann in Clinton Thursday.
Mrs. J. P. Harmon, Mrs. Frank
Hobbs and Mrs. Avon Sharpe att
ended the B. and P. W. Club State
Convention held at the Charlotte
Hotel in Charlotte Thursday thro
Mrs. Harmon is the seventh dis
trict director and Mrs. Hobbs is
president of the local club.
Mr. and Mrs. S.T. Boykin ofGol
dsboro spent Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. D. If. Matthis, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Rogers and Mrs.
Elbert Matthis and Pat spent the
week-end at Topsail.
Mrs. George Clark and children
have returned home after a visit
with relatives at Washington, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and Tim
and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Quinn
attended file graduation exercises
at University of North Carolina in
Chapel Hill Monday night, Clifton
Quinn was a member of the grad
Mrs. J. II. YEliab
Wins High Score
' Mrs. J. H. Wahab received a plas
tic pltcner vfor club high; Mrs. Bel
ton Minshew was given refrigerator
dishes for Visitors high; Mrs. Forrest
Martin received . earrings for low
and Mrs. S. L. Torrans captured
traveling and was given a refriser-
ator dish on Tuesday evening when
Mrs. W. B. - Whitfield entertained
her bridge , club and additional
guests, s..,; '',S:V-'
; Late spring flowers were used
wher the tables were in play .
The hostess served ice cream.
cookies, toasted , pecans , and iced
drinks to: Mrs. Wahab, Mrs. Min
shew, Mrs. . Martin, Mrs. Torrans,
Mrs. Henry Merritt, Mrs. J. D. Davis,
Mrs. E. E. Jones and Mrs. George
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WILL EETW: TI-! KO.-3
10:00 A.M. AND 4:00 PIS. ON Ti:t
SECOND MONDAY IN JUNE 185
OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
OUTCRY, TO THE HIGHEST BID
DER, FOR CASH, THE FOLLOW
ING DESCRIBED REAL PROPER
TY FOR DELINQUENT 1933 TAXES
ACCRUED THERE ON. A ' '
i whlte) " . ' Block Lots: Amt
pple. A. H. Heirs 108, 1 ft IB
Mr. and Mrs.- Fisher Carlton
announce the birth of a daughter
Reee, June 2nd at the Sampson
Memorial Hospital, Clinton.
Mrs. Carlton is the former Peggy
Mitchell of Warsaw.
Mr. and Mrs. H.-R. Hipp announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Molly Adelle to .William Ronald
Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Anderson of Mount Olive. The wed
ding is planned for June 25 in the
home of the bride .
Mrs. Y. L. Smith
Mrs. Y. L. Smith was hostess to
her bridge club and additional
guests at her home Friday evening.
Miss Nora Blackmore was given
coasters for high score; Mrs. Bonnie
Thomas received all occasion card;
for low score and Mrs. F. J. Strick
land was given a potted begonia
Upon arrival the hostess served
a chicken salad plate with tea to:
Mrs. Thomas, Miss Blackmore, Mrs.
Strickland, Mrs. Momon Barr, Mrs.
Robert Lewis, Mrs. A. G. Cook, Mrs.
Lawton Albertson and Mrs. A.
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20-41 4 105.70
41 1 13.84
.41 1 (22J1
13 8 4Z57
22 1 51.08
Te wedding of Miss Joyce Ann
Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel A. Jones of Warsaw, and
Bobby Lee Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Brown of Wilmington,
will not take place July 7.
Mrs. R. Johnson Jr.
Wins High Score
Mrs, Rivers Johnson, Jr. received
perfume for high score Ind Mrs.
Fes Mitchner was given dish towels
for runner-up on Thursday even
ing when Mrs. W. J. MlddletOn, Jr.
entertained her bridge club.
The hostess served Ice cream
sodas to: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Mitch
ner, Mrs. Elbert Matthis, Mrs. John
A. Johnson, Mrs. W. P. West, Mrs.
J. N. West, Jr. and Mrs. Earl Huie.
Bell. A. W. Heirs 13B 18
Bcyette, H. Jr..
Pritt, Carl' ;
Dunn. W. B. a'.::
Guji Emmett .
Herring, J. D. Heirs
Herring, Leonard D.
Hinman, E. B. Heirs
Hobbs. B. F. Sr.
1 Mr. J. M. Heirs 23 2
Satterfield. I. E. 39 2
Adam, WesUey Heirs 28
Allen, : Robert ' 88
AUen, R. W. 13
Blango. Katie 11
Bowden, Josephene . 48
Bowden, . Rachael " 62
Bowden, WJtf. , Heu-s 2
Branch, Dorcas 53
Carlton, Harry Lee 49
Carlton. John 15
CarltonT M. M. 16
Cooper, Mary L. 53
Cooper,- Robert Lee 28-51
Faison, Dora 61
Faison, John Walter 25
Faison, "Webb Heirs 63
Gaston, John A. Heirs
3-53-88 7 23.01
Gaston, Theodore 34 1 14.70
Gooding, John 28 2 -5.62
Henderson, Susan 59 2 2.26
Hill, Catherine 50 . 1 4 21
Hill, Edd 8c Othonia 11 53.19
Hill, Faison H. 3 9.46
Hill, J. W. 15 1 14.50
Hill, Wentworth 35-62B 2 11.36
1 $ .80
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Jobnson, James Heir
Johnson, Uary , , ,82
Kenlon, Elma K- .
McCall, Corrlnna - ,
Middleton, , ( k "r (
Barbra Heir - m 28
Middleton, Henry Lea i 10
Middleton, Jim Bob' V "M
Miller, Jim Henry h "
Moore, Dora Underwood it
f 2 1
2 ., 2J27
I ' 13.75
S : 5.06
Rich, Octavla Heirs f. 27
Robe no n. Addle " - 34
Roberson, Carrie 62
Robinson, James E. 89
Shaw, Herbert' B
Smelling, Lucile " ' 1 13
Smith, A. B. 83
Smith, K3t . 28
Smith, Thomas Heir 62
Smith, Willie Lee ' - 80
Vann, Trudy ' 10 2 - 2.74
Waters, Lizzie Heir ' 10 ' 1 1325
Whitehead. Emma Heir 14 ' I ' 8.10
Whitehead,. Sidney Heir "
! 14 1 14.18
George Dundy 53 2
Williams, Leslie 13 6
WiUiam. M. W. 26 7
Williams. Richard Heirs 62 1
Williams, Tornnue ". ' 38 2
Wilson, J.' S. 11
Penalty and costs will be added
to the above amounts
This the 10th day of May, 1954. ,
T. W. Waters
' Tax Collector
Mrs; H. D. West :
Mrs. H. D. West of Greensboro
was feted at a Smorgasbard buffet
supper .and bridge given by Mrs.
S. W, Marriner at her home Friday
Vegetable juice cocktails and hor-
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tuble. Aii.r I as t i'
i Arrangement of late spring flow
ers were used throunhout the house.
Mrs. O. S. Matthews won- a pine
bucket for visitor's high score; Mrs.
Elbert Matthis received compact
for second high; Mrs. Fred Baara
won two brass ash trays for club
high and Mrs J. N. West, Jr. was
given a miniature old English China
bowl for Bingo. Mrs, West, honoree
was remembered with a bun war
mer; Mis Betty West,, bride-elect
received a milk glass vase. ,
: Guest Included: Mrs. J. M. Kor-
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. it , . .J. O.
,,1 tt lu ventA
i- v.. .-nt. W. G. Britt,
I -.s. laul Ecrry, Mrs. Earl Huie,
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr. Mrs. Fred ,;
Eaars, Mrs. J, N. West, Jr. Mrs. W.
P. West, Mrs. A. M. Benton, Mrs. :
John Johnson, Jr. Mrs. Ralph Best, ,
jr. Mr. - Morris Jordan, Miss Betty '
West and Mrs. H. D, West, 4 , h
. Words of th. Wise , -
' You can tell the Ideal of
nation by Its advertisement. .
. .. . , -(Norznan Douglas)
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