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; Miss Mary Cooper and Mrs.
, Davis Farrior are spending thi week
t Carolina Beach with their sister,
DMrs. I D. Dall and family,
Mrs. 3. tL TVilkEs of Washington,
D. C. spent several days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. C S. William
sort. " I
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williamson and
Mr. C. S. Williamson visited in Havr
, "River, Graham and Burlington dur-
lng the week-end.'
Mrs. G. R. Dail spent the week-end
. ' In Kinston, with Mrs. Lee Edwards.
1 J Mr."W. X. Craft and Billy spent the
' . week-end .to , Greensville, i ,; ';t'
-Mesdames A. K. Bland, D, - H.
.McKay and Boy Sitterson visited
'Mrs. W. X. Craft, who was a patient
at Lenoir General Hospital Friday.
f , Miss Margaret Williams, Mrs.; J.
, , L. Williams, Mrs. Jack Sitterson, and
' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton visited
' ' Dr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson in Durham
V Sunday.. ; , -' v ,
. Mrs. P. 7. Dobson enterefl James
. f "Walker Hospital, Tuesday, for treat-
: ment . , t
t Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Stiles, Mr.
and Mrs. Tyson Bostlc and Mr. W.
D. Qulnn toured Western North Car
olina during the week-end.. -
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Teitelbaum and
Miss Margaret Williams visited Mrs.
"W. E. Craft at Lenoir General Hospl-
- tal in Kinston, Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Colon Holland atten-
ded the Postmaster's Convention
. at Fontana Dam, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McKay made
: a business trip to San Antonio Texas
- this week..
Mrs. N. B. Boney and Mrs. Clar-
ence' Murphy attended the Grand
; , Chapter Of Eastern Star at Wrights-
vllle Beach Monday and Tuesday of
Mrs. J. R. Grady" and daughter
Margaret made a business trip to
V Miss Norma Allen Smith has en
tered E. C. C. Greenville for the
summer school session.
Mrs. W. E. Craft and baby ret
' urned borne Tuesday from Lenoir
General Hospital in Kinston. '
Master Stewart Frecythe of Faison
spent ; last week with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. William
son. , ;
t Mr. Robert F. Williamson left
- Wednesday to enter summer school
at Atlantic Christian College In Wil-
son. ...... .v:N!:"- ''.'i-i.;',.;''-:'"-'-
,v Mrs. Nora Shaffer spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
"Harvey Blake in Burgaw.
f Mr. H. D. McCord of Burgaw was
riuncheon guest of Mrs. Annie In
gram, Monday. , -.:
Mrs. Same Westbrook of Pink Hill
- spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Stroud. , ,.J
?! Mrs. Dewey Powell and 'daughter,
C Susan of Apex were the Monday
"night guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton at-
tended the graduation of their
granddaughter. Miss Gene Mercer
In Goldsboro Monday .
pvt. Jimmle Johnson of fort
lustus, Va. Is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson.
; Attending the Grand Chapter of
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Had you ever realized, that you're
expression is the. most important
thing you weart If you ever feel
that you're a full blooded American
or what ever you claim to be, lust
visit some bloody bank and lose a
pint to a good cause and be a "pint"
short.! , k j , , j.
If you ever have a premenltion
or inkling that you're going to be
robbed or looted by a prowler just
Eastern Star at. Wrlghtsvllle Beach
this week are members from Chap
ter 215 which Include .Mrs. Ruby
0. Newton, Mrs.' Ma tooka West
brook, Mrs. Mary Fulford, , Miss
Mary . Alice Blackmore and Mrs.
Kathleen Snyder, ' Mrs. ; Edna E.
Brlnson and Mr,, and Mrs.! Colon
Holland attended the session on
Wednesday.. !-XA: '?;.;; ;.; . k .
Messrs Ben Sykes, Jap Sykes and
Mr. and Mrs., John Sykes of Haw
River were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Sykes. i ?
i Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Craft announce
the birth of a daughter, Susan Ann
on Friday June 4th. at Lenoir Gene
ral Hospital. '
Mrs. Craft is the former Miss Ann
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wtllard of
Macon, Ga. announce the birth of a
daughter, Robin Claire on June
Mrs. Willard is the former, Miss
Catherine Sykes. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Precythe of
Faison announce the birth of a son
Harold Wilson on June 4th. at the
Wayne Memorial Hospital In Golds
boro. Mrs. Precythe is the former Miss
James A. Jerrilf
Richmond, Va., . James A.5 Jerrltt,
son of Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Jerrltt
of New Bern, N. C, and student of
the School of Music of Richmond
Professional institute, was presented
in his graduation recital in piano
on Tuesday night, June J in the
Shager Street playhouse by Us
teacher, VoWey ShepVrtfMo' a res
Beethoven; Clair de Lune, doctor
Gradus ad Parnassumni Th .Little
Shepherd and prelude to Pour Le
Piano, all by Debussy; Carnival
by Schumann; and Ballade Opus 23
Mr. Jerrltt received a Bachelor of
Arts degree from Duke university
in Durham and has been doing
graduate work in music at Rich
mond Professional institute.
Mr. Jerrltt played the I following
gobers. a frrcttt: Sfljjlpso P7
A ' Perinl,7 Sonatit Opus 81 by
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. stack away a few 'paper.' baggs and
when the culpritt arrives to do his
dirty work just blow up a few of
those" bags and smatt them between
your fists with a bang and - a bust.
Out will go your molester as fast
as he can go, Uuless - now that you
may be one of those ladies who re
fuse to look-under beds etc. fraid
you might scare him away! In that
case,' by all means, don't blast the
Dags In place, justmoan and groan
as if you had heard nothing in the
worlds I have nothing further
to say on the subject!
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It's probably much more difficult
to keep from running away from the
truth, once you have found It, than
to find it in the first , place. Tis
said, "It's the truth that hurts." Is
it better to suffer in silence than
to hurt ' some one else . with the
truth? Or what ever happened to
be circulating around at the time
doesn't necessarily mean one has to
believe anything they hear; but,
they say, Vlt's the truth that hurts."
Here in our country now, in these
modern times our young folks boast
that they will give we elders the
full benefit of their past experiences
- to me; AND some that is expected
to happen from the way some of
them act! But, we're proud of our
young people and wish we could
give them a better opportunity that
they already have.
After you're married don't go
back to your preacher and ask for
your money back because he hap
pened to always be preaching that,
"It's not' right for one person to have
to suffer for the mistakes of others."
After all, you should have had your
money's worth of experience by that
A good person would far better
suffer a wrong than to commit one;
and all of us be much happier to
be cheated once in a while than
NOTvbe able to trust people. The
secret of happiness lies in the free
dom of mind and body - the secret,
of our freedom lies in our courage
to do good. Contentment can be
found in a routine of work, creative
thought, skill and initiative! No
matter how well, or how far in
life we go we always have to take
that FIRST STEP toward our goal.
Memories are what makes our life
beautiful, while a lot of our forget-
fulness is what makes it possible to
be beautiful! . The most difficult
thing to remember is to forget all
our "petty troubles." Our lives here
on this earth are the cradles which
we pre pare ourselves for the life
hereafter. We should always re
member that we cannot help those
who are weak by helping weaken
the strong. Keep an open, mind -there's
always a chance that some
one will drop a worthwhile idea
I guess about the best thing about
the future is that it only comes one
day at a time. If you ever get your
husband to go shopping with you,
don't make the mistake to ask much
of his opinions such as, "Isn't it
just too sweet, dear," because he
just might answer with a "No, it's
just too dear, sweet!" Would I be
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INTBtNATIONAl WMllyMltadtanweb. '
REAL PROPERTY LAW '
(Husband and Wife)
Questions . are .frequently raised
about the difference in the inherit
ance of a husband in the real estate
of his deceased wife and inheritance
of a wife in the real estate of her
deceased husband, r
By Statute a married woman.
upon the death of her husband
without a will or if she should dis
sent from his will, is entitled to a
life estate in one-third in value of
all of the real property which her
husband owned during the marri
The wife may lose this dower right
If she commits adultery and is not
living with her husband at his death
or is convicted of the felonious
slaying of her husband or being an
accessory before the fact to such
The Widow's dower may be allot
ted by a deed Between her and the
If such deed is not made,
the widow may petition the Sup
going jtoo far In saying, that there
are too many of us have just enough
Christianity in us to keep us from
grasping the REAL thing.
Wouldn't it be nice these days to
open a joint account at some bank
with someone -who has money? In
stead, we have to grapple with our
every-day grim problems in a world
of reality; especially we offer
condelence to those people's who
have Radio and T. V. and their set
gets broken or out of order when
they have to come back to think
ing! It's like liking your job, IF
you didn't have to get to work on
time which makes the day longer!
Could you meet success like a
gentleman? or disaster like a man?
Suppose it could be said of you -
that you never made anyone un
happy until you went away? Would
It could be as easy to keep in love
as It is to fall in love.
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erior Court, to appoint a jury of
three persons to set aside her dower
in . the nds of her deceased ha
sband. . .
The remaining lands of the dec
eased husband descend to his heirs
at law (children and grandchildren
it any,' and if none, to the parents
and brothers and sisters of their
children)., .. 'riff:,-:'A
' Under the law as written; if a .''
husband does not leave a will, owns
real estate) in. hia own name, and
does, not have close kin. very distant
relatives may Inherit his real pro
perty to .the exclusion of the wife,
except for her .dower interest, ;. ' ':
If the deceased husband leaves
no persons who can claim as an heir
the wife im then deemed an heir
and as auch may inherit his real
estate. ; ,
. '.- Power C at Cut Off
Generally speaking, as husband
connot cut off trnVdoWer of his wife
if she is unwilling for him to do so.
He may, make a will in which he
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devises her less than uer uower in.
terest This forces upon the wife ant; Z0'"" TT c"7" , P0"10"
. .. . . . , , , . , ! . f hi Norfh Carolina in IBM is curren-
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will and taking what the law gives
her as her dower. , ,.
',rj:t Curtesy f
By statute, a husband is entitled to
a curtesy in. all the lands owned
by his wife during the marriage,
which interest entitles' him to the
rents and profits from the land du
ring his life...,''.'-- i,; . ; -..J
In order to qualify for a curtesy
in the estate of his deseased wife,
a husband must have a child born
alive by her during, marriage, how
ever, it is not necessary that the
child be living at the time of the
death of the wife.'.
The right of curtesy may be lost
If the wife has obtained a divorce
urom bed and board and is not liv
ing with Tier husband at her death
if the husband has abandoned his
wife and is living in adultery at her
In addition, the wife may cut off
the curtesy of her husband by a
will giving her lands to other per
sons, and the husband connot regain
his curtesy by dissenting from her
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The mM who use CURE-ALLS HI you they use leu ofl, cost leu to maintain .
and earn you better price far your leaf. Mr. T. . McLamb, amon. i
Norm vareina wrrresi ,
'X n1.Wu9to f!rst tat of CURS ALLS back In 1940.. I km'l
bought a replacement part; for
r perfect conditio today! They
ium cmm can operate rnem. i
The combined v ':e tt t .
cottonseed fur I-..in.i Can, ,:,'$
cotton crop, at t -3,C: "),v,io
tt per cent from the $113,4.3
ralue of the 1952 crop.
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these cookers ami they are la
are light ait el and se simple
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