1 tr last w'1)
s. CUf.on Qiian and
ne have f ;,na to
: Dr. and J
7 7 . "" v.. wnwe Uitr will
wawa whUe Dr. Qui,m interna at
f , w wwierai Jiospital,
' MfJtU,,".'f "ner. dauChter of
Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Sumner, has
. returned to her home following an
; . . uSS' ta
Mr' "" Gordon Cottle ot
Oraensbor were week end (uesta
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Sanderson.
" 'kNon'ta'nd children Pat
wd Frank were.in Greenville Tu-
- , day nixht In visit m .--
utua Bifly Miller, ton otMr. and
hl. homo foUowW .Wsilecn,
. in the Lenta County Hospital
j lira. TjiU n ts - ':
MVM to., attend
, wedding of her Wee., Miss ,Uila
' Kathrytt Newton."
; ' ' Mr. and Mri.LJac1'.tJtodaa;-ot
or Mr. . and Mrs. Andrew Miller.
' nd Mrs. Herman Miller and
s ; son lommy have been visiting Mr.
v,, -nd-Mrti Jonas Smith in Georgia: I
o ifln ft ..tv..' k-..:--
v iwui wen- an
V. Mrs. Lul. Q. ftu-kw 'mm! bl
"iT Me,, course at Mer.
; jttfe College last Thursday and TA.
Meadaraea Orvia ) Thigpen and
falph Millar ware gueata,ot;r
Laura North in Norfolk i.m .i.
74 Miaa Mary Brown was in Norfolk
w Tiaiung several days and
,-waa an attendant ta the Newton.
j yuvuuuuae weaojng. - - ; J
WM V. W te.
",ST tntr?'F09 , Wetteville
r MJr wimnerawenta,
4 .Mr. and Mrs. Vj. Hlnes' announce
th .Wrth , ot; , ftteik? Monday
.June 21 iiL the Lenoir Cmmt. w.
wown or Beulaville.
I CLEARANCE SALE -r
' On Second Floor srfP"
v Lots of Rcady-To-Wear. Reduced in price;
Ruite a sarins to you, On Good Merchandise, f
A. J. SUTTO.!
i r I ; S V? - -
:ws. Adv. jEerrerrrt:'." :a
The Eaulaville Baotixt W M
met last week lor their June me4U
Ing. The Devotional thoughts from
T.alnk . J . "
iiomnns was lea by Mrs.
Eiwood Quinn. The nrMnm Pm.
viBiuituK Alio, iniin in wrvrm
was developed by Mrt. O. 3.
pen, Mrs. T. U Norris. Mrs. Rh
toi nunierjurs.; riavloua Danlfy
ana Mrs, juila Parker. A report (
ui xiecK-jones Memorial fund was
given by Mrs. Bud Miliar TKrn.
nn tk j, . 7.
wmv bu wiciaiii uiBcujiMion. nuni
uuu maps oi Formosa were made
by pinning on the products growfn
there . and miniature naoer orchids
were given for favors. '" I
by Mrs. . Lula Parker.
An Informal aulal hMi aa aa
in me aining juu where glads n
asfotied tsolorr were used on the
table. A. banana, noiir flnH ninnonnL
alad.on lettuce with ritz crackei-s
tending, Mrs. Horace Cottle, Mrs,
Georce Vhaln Mn J Thnma
and Mrs. Hosea Hunter were 'hos
tesses. Mrs., Cecil Miller i was: pre
sented a lovebr. and useful .assort.'
, Jr. jV'-,'
-Mrs. Rar Kennedy was honnfml
MpRdgynieht with Layette show.
er. The receiving, rooms .were deco-J
rSarah' Metcer;' Mrs. Ed Penny and
Mrs." Elwobd Kennedy , served as
sorted cookies and cold drinks ,to
the' aniestsT Mrs. Kennedv i-fi.
ceived lovely assortment bi use
ful gifts. 14 ' W-Jlut- - f '.
: r T , " . T
ed recently when Mrs. John Hunted
sntertained iwlth a Stork Showed
Mrs, Bay Wood Hunter , assisted the
hostess with serving a salad and
sweet course to the 25 guests. Mrs.
Stevens was ' presented assorted
lovely Layette gifts. ,
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G S0:i$, Inc.
, ' ? - J?ln ''Uncle
Tb 101ft Spot On Your
-n::'b Diisi I Every Day h
5:33 A.Mafo 7:45 AsM,
. Vlaa.ivl I I .v;.;.v:
44 Ar t ortn ' i
"L-!l C.i Cb-:rd"
JIIzIilV, r JcfC
"O Worship the King" wa. sung
i Qoenina the meetin a.h.rn-;
In opening , the meeting Saturday
afternoon when the Hallsvllle Wo.
men of the" Church met Mrs. Leland
Grady led the stoud : in 'nrayer.
After a business meeting, Mrs. Ashe
Miner led the program discussion
"Christ 'it ThH YTnrx. nt thai WnrM
Assisting her were Mrs. Neil SmitlL
Mrs. Homer Winstead ' and " Mrs.
Leland Grady. The etoud oraved
the Lord's Prayer in closing. ; j
Birlhd5y; Parly ; :
Lynn Sumner,' son. of Mr. and
Mrs. Elvis Sumner.' was" honored
last week with a party on his fourth
birthday. Games , were . played on
the lawn. The white bifthday cake
With blue decorations ' was served
to the fifteen young guests with ice
cream. Lynn was presented, assorted
gifts after the birthday song was
sung. ;"irivV:;;.,'; yr-t'.:,:'W::-r-:
honored Tuesday evening when Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Id wards enter
tained with a miscellaneous shower.
The , thrown;; ensftitet 1 held
lovely arrangements lof summer
flowers, .The host and hostess as-'
aisted t by; Mr, and i .Mrs.,'!- Horace
Cottle, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thomas,
and Mrs. Flave Mercer and Mr. and
Mrs." Milton Cottle served chicken
salad on lettuce, crackers, pickles;
cup cakes, and cold drinks to the
alxty -guests. " !
The' honored couple received a
lovely assortment of useful gifts.
i Mn. 1 Bland Rhodes and Mrs.
Leonard J Kennedy i were . Hostess to
the Miller Demonstration Club,
Wednesday afternoon with sixteen
present Mrt. Frank Rhodes presid
ed. Mrs. Maurice Grady gave the
devotional, - A demonstration . on
quick and easy meals was given
by Miss Hager which will be help
ful to the women during such a
busy season. An open discussion was
held on "Safety." Mrs. James Miller,
family lite leader, reported on help
in the home. Arts and crafts, leader,
Mrs. Flave Mercer gave helpful
auggestions. An Informal social hour
was held at the close of the meet.
ing. ' -
Here's Gentle Relief
of CenstipatiVn for
fill. Year Fa.T3:ly
Stan Taklaf lirst Drep tr fiitiaj Tin
d 1m CtiMm! tit Sitbtysf Iifiif
Tib Plitsait Viptabli Luatto Way!
For constipation, get the gmtk rtlnf
medical authontics agree you and your
children need. Ttke Dr. Caldwell's Sen
na Laxative contained in Sytup Pepsin.
Dr. Caldwell's 'relieves temporary
constipation gmtlj but sunfy for young
and old alike . . and does it without
salts or harsh drugs that cramp and
gripe snd disrupt normal bowel action!
Dr. Caldwell's contains an extract of
Senna, w f tbt finat m$um$i ttgttabh
Uxtmt kmum t mtJiemt. Gives com
fortable, natural-like relief of temporary
constipation. Helps you get "on sched
ule" without repeated doses.' Also
relieves stomach 'Sourness 'that consti
pation ofcea brings.
Children enjoy taking Dr. Caldwell's.
It tastes so good! Since it's s liquid,
you can legukte dosage nataiy.
!: Ru Dr. faMwirt r.
, Money back if not satisfied. Mad bottle
to nox bu, new xork'18, N. r.
Pef e'r At
1:55 'P.t h
Circle I Hallsvllle Presbyterian
Women of the Church mat for their
June meeting with Mrs. W. L.
Miller. Following the hymn, Mrs.
Maurice Grady i led the group in
prayer. Mrs. John Rhodes presided.
The Bible Study from Acts "The
Cry of Cornelius" was led by Mrs.
W. ine - -Mour i Ming
wmxners, washed by Mrs. Blafid
Grady. The "To talk About" using
Rhodes. The meeting closed wth
prayer, ice cream, cake, nuts and
iced drinks was served to the ten
present ; - J
Members of the Hunter and Wade
families fathered at tha hnma nf
Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Hunter Suruiav
for sr. get-together. Those attending
were car. ana Mrs. i. e. earner and
family of Kenansyille, Sgt and Mrs.
Cecil ; Hunter and daurtitar Siiun
of Fort Bragg, Sgt and Mrs. Sidney
Hunter of Brown's Mill, New Jersey,
Mr. and' Mrs.' Harrv Fountain ' and
daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. -and
oars. j. a, jjrmsQirana family, sir.
and , Mrs, Claude Wade, , Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Lynn Wade and family.
A picnld lunch' was served on the
HaVinC Qualified ' ai cxeeiitnr nf
the estate of Frank N. Brinson, de
ceased, late of Duplin County, North
Carolina this is to noUfy all per
sons having- claims acainst the ea.
tate of said . deceased to exhibit
hem to the undersigned at Beula
ville. on or before the 18th dav
of June, 1955, or'thla noOce wlU
ne pleaded in bar ot their recovery.
AU persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate dsv-
This 16th day of June, 1954 .
Elliott Brinson, Executor of
Frank N.' Brinson.
Attorney at Law
The underaiirnM! ksvlnv ntmiifioj
as executor of .the estate of Ardelia
Williams, deceased, late of Duplin
Countv. this la to notify all twnnni
having claims against said estate
to present tnem to the undersigned
on or before the 5th day of June.
1955. or this notice will be nleaded
In bar of their recovery,. All per-
Dleasa make immedlato aottlsmsnt
or tna same to the undersigned.
This- the 4th day of June, 195i
Sam Williams, Executor
Ardelia Williams estate.
Latham- A. Wilson. Atty.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and hv virtua nf fh
ox saia contained in a mtrtnin d.
of trust executed by Tommie Mad-
dox and wife, Bertha Maddox dated
ina SDtn day Of October. 1951 and
recorded in ftnnlt ifA iu am in
the office of the Register of Deeds
oi Dupim county, Jforth Carolina,
default havme been made in the
payment of the indebtness thereby
secured and said deed of trust be
ing by the terms thereof subject
to foreclosure, the undersigned
trustee will offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash on the 19th day of July, 1954
at twelve o'clock noon at the court
house door in Kenansvllle. North
Carolina, the property conveyed in
said deed of trust the Same being
in the town ot Beulaville. North
Carolina, and described as follows:
Being lota 134 and 135 in the town
of Beulaville, North Carolina as
plotted by L, C. Kerr, which map
is recorded in Book 189 at page 587
This 19th day of June, 1054.
A. L. Mercer,
.v.-" Trustee- '
M5-ttgjn - :
, x. EXECUTOBs NOTICE
" TO CREDITORS
.."Having "Qualified as executor of
me, esiaie or u Jackson, deceas
ed. 'late of DuDlin Countv Vnrfh
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
naving claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them , to
the "undersiflned ait Pink Hill. Nnrih
Carolina, on or before the 24th day
of June, 1955, or this notice wiU be
pleaded . in ar of their' ranoverv.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make Immediate pay.
This Mth. day of June, 1954.
W. C, Jackson, Executor
L. C. Jackson
Grady Mercer' ,!; ' - '
Attorney at Law,- -Kenansyille,
N C. ; ;
NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX
The undersigned, having qualified I
as Executrix of the Last WU1 and
Testament of Joy Wood, deceased
late oi Duplin County, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned on or before the
26th day of June. 1955. or this notlp
will be pleaded in bar of their jre."
covery. AU persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
This 26th day of June, 1951
Mary Wood, executrix of
the Last Will and Testament
of Joy Wood, deceased
Chinquapin, N. C.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
Kenansvllle, N. C. ,
NOTICE OF ADMINSTRATION
' The undersigned, ha vine Qualified
as administratrix of the axtata nf
C. B. Sitterson. Sr.. deceased, late
of Duplin County, State of North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said es
tate to present them to the under.
signed on or before the 3rd day of
July, 1955, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovey.
All pesons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
This 3rd day of July, 1954.
Llllie W. Sitterson,
, , ' Administratrix of the estate
v of C. B. Sitterson, Sr.,
::,..' deceased, Kenansvllle, N. C. ;
1 - - - M gBEEEE3ZnBBSZTIZ31
f Home Federal Now Over
5 Million Strong
Bay S. Barbre
Lenoir Tire Company
t. V. Brittle
Borne Federal Sayings 4 Loan Association
A. W. Cowper
Judge, Recorders Court
W. E. Dunn
Leco Feed Mills, Incorporated
W. S. Hemby
C. W. Howard Wholesale Company
W. A, Moora
W. A. Moore Company
J. F. pglesby
Gray A Oglesby Wholesale Company
C. W. Sanders
Leco Feed Mills, Incorporated
Horace L. Sutton
President .X j.
A. J," Sutton A Sons
. George E. Vich
k ? Prealdent . , . -Kutston
iaondj-y Dry Cleaners
' OFFICERS & STAFF
' ' ' V J.
Horace IV Sntton ' . rresident
C. W. Senders 1 Vke-Prealdent;
J. F. OgleabyAr- Vk-Preaiden4
t. V, Brittle t Executive Veer
Wm. W. Whtttlngteii Beeretary "
, Grace N. Keeaee
Arthur T. HU
H. E. Phillips -n.
Kenansvllle, N. C,
. ' NOTICE OF 8ALE ( si
Under and by virtue of the
of sale contained In section 44-2
of the General Statutes of North
Carolina. J will offer for sale at
public auction at my garage at Al
bertson, North Carolina at twelve
o'clock noon, Saturday, July 17th.,
1954. one 1942 Ford beloneinff in
George Sandlin to satisfy a lien for
Dor and parts.
This 1st day of July, 1954.
' ' Bursell Holland
Attorney At Law
Kenansyille, N. C.
IN THE GENERAL
WILLIAM HARRIS ADAMS
RACHEL BLIZZARD ADAMS
The defendant Rachel Blizzard
Adams, will take notice that an
action entitled as above, has been
commenced in the General County
Court of Duplin County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of obtain
ing an absolute divorce on the
grounds of two years separation of
plaintiff and defendant; and the
said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
General County Court of said Coun
ty within twenty days after! the
first Monday in August, 1954, to
with within twenty days after the
Snd day of August 1954, and answer
or demur to the complaint In said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the 30th day of June, 1954.
R. V. Wells,
Clerk of the General County
Court of Duplin County.
The 1954 edition of the Wake
Forest College annual is dedicated
to basketball coach Murray Grea,
r , .
kth h:Vl:i TL::..
Have you ever wondered how
nara u is to keep up these "easy
payments?" Most everybody, (or
most everybody) think, their pro
blems are the most complicated:
but seems to me the most myster
ious part is, how so much of a
month can be left . after all the
money is gone! It may be that
there just is not so much to start
out with.,5 -' Vi -r Vk:
You should never be in despair.
think you're a failure or glva up
until you're losing all hope, or dead.
It's courage that counts success
is seldom final or failure ever fatal.
The two most things to remember
is; those who think and never do
and those who do - and never
think. We each Individual have to
work out our lives as best we can
and what a mess some of WE
can make of it during a lifetime!
Remember FREE MATCHES In
the lime light few weeks ago?
Well, they are now about the ony
free interprises . and nroduct . that
can be given away with profits to
everybody who handle them. It's
interesting to know who invented
them . 64 years ago, Mr. Joshua
Pusey of Philadelphia took many
yurriiiij,:, m, .
Start Home Plans
m win systtzstic swings! ty
Launch your borne plans With a systematic i 1
savings account. Your savings, plus interest, ki
will add up to the down payment sooner tnan
you think. The balance can be financed
with simple monthly payments.
BANK OF MT. OLIVE
"Make Our Bank
STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS
AS OF JUNE 301954
First Mortgage Loans
G. I. Loans
Loans on Savings Accounts
Real Estate Owned (Future Office Site)
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank
U. S. Government Securities
Cash on Hand and in Banks
Leasehold Improvements, Furniture,
Fixtures & Equipment - Less
Capital (Savings Accounts)
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank
Loans in Process
General Reserves s $163,842.60
TOTAL . .M $5,052,063.36
v t , i ?. : x
Arid LoiTcVsscdrlbh f ,
V'' ''' SV' 1 ' .
. . V. aUUTTLV, tCrnTVg VICH-rUKSIDENT ".
year to get them started and sold
coyprighta for f 10,000 and was in
Attorney for the Dimond Match
Co, who bought It ifor the rest of
his life. There is one of the oriclnal
which is now a guarded "First" at
nrira not for nale Of 425 000. Can
you mention any, mulUmlllion dot
lars a year business to .be given
away? Can t figure It ail out can
you?-fs te. ;v ,." .
VnnV isften heard the old say.
Ings about peoples having a "one
track ' mind?.' That . saying could
cover many things . many different
things ' but; the Important things
to remember Is, it's not So bad If
wm, hun mw minA mi tha niflHT
track. IF you do get lost somewhere
on the way for an up-to-date
conversation Just listen to group
of young ioiks awnue.
SItnM man n refer . aussense -
h. k.n thm averara meanlna .
he will not forget that bit of sugar
. he expects from women ..woo -ilk
to add a bit of salt to what
he does and says to her . Mix salt
sugar and gossip . and what have
youTTTltT . .
Winging . .
). Jeaji Ok ffckseii
W tt FWITOIC. N. C.
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