3, 133f AX8VHJLB,
rkneai and death seemed to pre
vail over Chinquapin Jot the past
week with the death of Mr, Mo
Cagie James who had been a wheel,
chair patient for aeveral years, died
tragic death at the home' of
daughter, Mrs. Cyrus Gurgamis
tTuneral by the Rev. Ransom Gur
Banus of Jacksonville at James
amUv graveyard.1 -?' V '
A brother of Mr. James, is in a
Burlington hospital recently op
erated on (or a fatal cancer condi-
Miss Ruth James of Wilmington
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Russell
James in J. W. M. hospital, lorm
' erly of Chinquapin, in a serious con
dition. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny W. Home
both in a Wilmington hospital. Mr.
, Home 'with a stroke Mrs. Home
of sheer exhaustion and needed
rest, feeble from recent broken hip.
Mr. Cyrus James formerly of
Cypress Creek is a Richmond Vet
eran's hospital with a stroke and
' A strong bug or insect bit a sis
ter of Mrs. Exum James, Mrs. W. L.
Hood of Goldsboro and has been a
patient in hospital there with Aris
ipplis from the effect .
Mr. and Mrs. Tyson James of
Portsmouth, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Frank
James of Goldsboro and Mrs. Simon
King of Mt. Olive all attended the
funeral of Mr. ' Cyrus James last
Mrs. Francis Sholar daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hines of Cypress
Creek section returned at her par
ents, last week from a Rose Hill
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Clinic with a bouncing new daugh
ter, both mother and daughter do
- Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs.
Ketle Reeves of Goldsboro, Mrs.
Mildred James and family of Wal
lica vers rwrt visitors of Mr. aid
Mrs. K. James.
Mrs. Jimmie Southerland who has
been on the sick list recently mend
ing at her home and expected to
resume duties soon.
Mr, Lee Hatcher who has had
many operations has again been
under surgery and is a patient in a
Wilmington hospital, and doing
nicely again. -
Funeral services were held at
church cemetery for the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie
Smith last week, who's mother is in
Wilmington hospital and is expect
ed home this week.
Mr. Ray Futeral of Ohio returned
home last week after spending a
few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Futeral: "Dickie and Sue"
grandchildren will return to Ohio
after spending the summer here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Beu
laville were in Chinquapin last
week attending movies and meet-,
Mr. and Mrs. Maise and child
ren, Robert, Don and Jerry and a
sister, all of Silver Springs, Md.
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Batts after their vacation
ing at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Raynor
and children, ean, Carlton and
Kay and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Raynor
recently returned from a vacation
HEAR, HEAR! There was
nothing wrong with the eyes of
the hearing aid experts who
chose Vivian Mathis, 22, as
their "Miss Hearing Aid" dur
ing a convention in New Y6rk
City. Herself suffering from
impaired hearing most of her
life, Vivian models a wrist
watch type of hearing aid, con
siders it just another portion of
her costume as she does a
watch or other jewelry.
KINDERGARTEN Just the
thing for fashion-conscious kin-.
, dergarten misses is this light
weight nylon snowsuit, lined
with a plastic fabric. Styled by
''Tydikins" of New York, the
suit is designed for today's
-wanner winters, is completely
i washable and will not mat. ;
in the Mountains, visiting places
such as; Great Smokeys', Chimney
Rock. Hickory anj other mountain
Mr. Alois Williams left Inst week
for Wilson, A. C. C. College for an-
! other session after spending some
time at Washington with his "Fian-
ce" Mis Marion Parker and family
! there ... no sign of "Wedding
Mr. Ray Normon brother of Mrs.
Graham Reeves who has been mak
ing his home with her temportarly
recently is in a Richmond, Va. Vet's
hospital for a genera check-up.
Hope nothing serious.
Mrs. Sudie Pickett left last week
for Charlotte where she joined her
daughter, Mrs. Bill Brant, for Kink's
Mountains where she will visit
Mrs. Terry Parker of Cedar Fork
and family was a recent guest of
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Parker and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Batts and son
Stanley of Silver Springs, Md. spent
the weekend at the home of their
parents and friends, joining Mr.
Robert Batts of Camp Gordon, Ga.
who spent the holidays at home
with his family before he's ex
pected to begin a journer over
seas shortly. Good luck, Robert!
y V t
miss you end sH the rest
S. S. Teachers of the Intermedi
ate elass, Mrs. Clara Huffman end
Mr. Norward Blanchard gave their
class s treat last week over st
Teptail Beach, picnicking, swimm
ing snd, lunching on good eats . . .
"Miss Maggie Wood visited with
Miss Joan Sanderson for a brief vis
it last week at her home.
Mrs. Jimmie ..boatheriand who
has been , ill recently ia reportedly
improved and on the road to recovery.
NOTICE OF SALE
OF PERSONAL-' PROPERTY
North Oaroi rv
Undej; and by virtue of th pwer
of sale contained in a certain chat
tie mortgage executed by Guy Hln
son, dated the 24th day of Febru
ary, 1953, and recorded in Book 3
C at page 353, in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Duplin County,
North Carolina, default having been
made in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured and said
chattle mortgage being by the terms
"YfANY of the new country re
cordings are gay and non
sensical, and make for very
Texas Jim Robertson has a
new idea, an "Automatic Wom
an," and it makes a catchy song.
And Billy Wills' "Out of Gas" is
humorous, with a nice beat
i Red Foley and Ernest Tubb
have a rollicking novelty number
in "Double-Datin' " and Tex
Williams' version of "They Were
Doing the Mambo" is exception
ally good (both Decca). "Fe
male Hercules" is a fine rhyth
mic comedy number, sung with
much enthusiasm by the Carlisles
One of the top singers of sad
love ballads, Marty Robbins, has
two beautiful sides in "I'm Too
fcig to Cry" and "Call Me Up"
(Columbia). Another pretty bal
lad is Sonny James' "Oceans ot
Tears," featuring choral backing
Lyricists are again using roses
as the traditional symbol of love,
and Roy Acuff sings a smooth
love ballad, "I'm Planting a
Rose," in his pleasing old-time
style (Capitol). And Hawkshaw
HINDSIGHT FORETHOUGHT Thoughts for here, and of the
hereafter are an eye-catching sight whenever the tractor-trailer
of the Rev. Carl Glick, of Palmston, Pa., is seen on the road be
tween New York and Chicago. A graduate divinity student and
pastor of the Assembly of God Church, the Rev. Palmer drives a
once-a-week trip between New York and Chicago in addition to
his ministerial duties.
Proper Diet Key
Eating; the right kinds ef food
usually means the difference be
tween being just all right and
development to the highest level.
So said Dr. Paul L. Wermer,
Secretary of the Committee on
Research, of the American Medi
cal Association, recently in an
address before the semiannual
post-graduate seminar of the
Alabama Academy of General
Practice, in Birmingham.
Wermer explained that while
some individuals may seem to be
of normal size and as active and
alert as could be expected, they
often are functioning at levels
far below those possible with an
ideal or complete diet.
However., progress is being
made in this field, Wermer con
tinued, ' Measurements of men
taken into the armed services
and ot young- people entering
colleges show that over a period
of years, the average American
man and woman has become
taller and more alert.
Pointing out that the life span
In America is increasing stead
ily, Wermer said: .
. "Evidencs from studies Indi
cate that there are two major
.factors in determining the length
ot life nutrition and heredity.
While we cannot select our an
cestors, we can use - ouf intelli
gence in selecting our foods.
"Credit for longer, life Js
snared with other iaotors rach
l as the ! development ' of anu
" biotics, better medical and child
. 'care, and better sanitation stand
ards, but nutrition is of major
importance." 7 " t.:- r.
v Dr. Wermer suggested that
doctors recommend that their
patients eat a well-balanced diet
1 from all basis food groups each
day. He paid special tribute to
; '(the dairy and the baking Indus
j (tries for the addition of vitamins
' -.and minerals to their products.
"The addition of vitamin D to
'milk insures an adequate mini
I inula incase 01 uue viuunu 99
Important to growing children,''
iWermor said, "based upon th
(drinking of about a quart day.
mum intake ex uus vitamin so
."The baking industry. In ee
thereof subject to foreclosure,, the
undersigned mortgagee : will offer
tor sate at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash : at the
courthouse door in - Xenansvllle,
North Carolina, at noon on the 11th
day of October, 1954, the 'property
conveyed in said chattel mortgage,
the same being described as fol
lows: "1 New CMC PlckVtt ?or No.
228482276 Serial No. P31383" (1953
The said procrtv will Ke avail
able for inspection at the time
and place of sale.
'This, the 15th day of September,
Bank Of Mount Olive
-23-2t-Bank MTt OUve
Words of the Wise
Whatever makes men good
Christians, makes them good
citizens. (Daniel Webster)
Hawkins' "One White Rose" is
one of his best releases (Victor).
In the sacred vein, the Chuck
Wagon Gang give a fine rendi
tion of the currently popular
"Tattler's Wagon," backed by a
well-done old hymn, "Oh, Why
Not Tonight?" (Columbia).
By trick recording, Betty Cody
duets beautifully with herself in
a melodic ballad, "Can You Live
With Yourself?" (Victor) And
Opal Jean sings, both parts of a
lively number, "Tennessee
Courtin' Time" (Hickory).
OTHER GOOD RELEASES are
"Very Seldom Frequently Ever"
(Ferlin Huskey, Capitol); "Show
Me" (Davis Sisters, Victor); "An
Angel's Face" (Ted West, MGM);
"The Good and the Bad" (Char
line Arthur, Victor); "Little One".
(Autry Inman, Decca) ; "Whatcha
Gonna Do Now?" (Tommy Col
lins, Capitol); "Itsy Witsy Bitsy
Me" (Jim and Maxine Brown.
Fabor); "Lonely Wind" (Ernie
Chaffin, Hickory); "I Could Love
You More" (Ray Piice, Colum
bia); "Just Suppose" (Jim Eanes.
Decca); "Poison Lies" (Stanley
Bros., Mercury) and "That's All
Right" (Smiley Maxedon, Co-
to Better Health
operation with public health
officials and the medical profes
sion, in 1941 instituted a nation
wide enrichment program to
supply needed B vitamins and
iron to the national diet. As the
overwhelming preference is for
white bread, this food plus flour
was chosen as the means of pro
viding all the people with these
"Bakers now are enriching
bread throughout the nation.
Enrichment is required by law
in 26 states and bakers in the
other 22 states voluntarily enrich
their white bread and other bak
"Today, enriched white bread
may indeed be called the staff of
' ' life because of
to the carbohy-
of the national
diet. Not only
is protein pro
vided by the
wheat but also
from the non
fat dry milk
out into bread.
contributions of the
dairy and the baking industry
are outstanding examples of
what can result from the -Intelligent
cooperation of doctors, nu
tritionists, and the food indue-
iir. Warmer's address Inaugu
rated the Academy's James S.
McLestSr lectures on nutrition,
Tue series were so named in
honor of Dr. McLester, who
taught at both the Birmingham
Medical Collage and the Univer
sity of Alabama before going on
to election in 1934 as the 88th
president of the American Medi
cal Association. Dr. McLester,
recognised as tbo dean of Ameri
can nutritionists, was presented
the Joseph Goldberger award by
the American Medical Assed
tion in ISil lot his outstanding
contributions in the field ef cQu
BATH, N. C There is a. book
in Bath, just below Washington on
the Pamlico .; River, that: is more
than a century older than the Con
gressional Library and, more than a
half century older than the British
This book is all that is left'of the
first public- library in the Uaiu
States, which was established li.
1718 at Bath by the provincial gov.
CAMPUS Bare knees are just
the thing to wear on the camr
pus this fall, says Kay Free
man, junior at Mississippi
Southern College. Modeling the
gray-flannel back-buttoned kilt
in Miami, Fla., she wears knee
length socks and a frilly shirt
of cotton broadcloth to com
plete the ensemble.
FnnTRTFPS TO FOLLOW
Setting the pace for a blood
donor drive, Gloria Frazer, left,
and Gertrude Gilhooley paint
blood-red footsteps that lead
pedestrians to their Red Cross
Bloodmobile, parked in down
town New York City.
a hat is
as h fools on your head
and it has to
to look right...
' " kft tasklss wssss ts
fit of your
. 4 t ?' H
ernor, Charles Eden. ' 1 , '
- The thousands volume In the li
brary were assembled between 1690
snd 1700 in England, and were sent
to Bath shortly .thereafter by the
Reverend Thomas Bray, They in
clude 38 folios, 19 quartos and 100
octavo volumes, on subjects such as
mathematics, heraldry, biology, my.
holcgy, the classics, medicine,
et-y, and a "layman's llbrsry" of
. 3 volumes.
Wi.ei.; all those : books are now,
tu one acems to know. The one re
mjining, volume is quite famous,
ii.j iewed by many thousands of
people when it was on display at
the Jamestown Exposition in 1907.
"If He Grunts, We'll Buy Him"
Buyer -Your Old Friend
DATE OF OPENING:
Monday, Sept. 20th.
Prices Daily Over Station WRRZ
hm bstsf . Ur-ft-
life from .f ,C ' , i
r . r Shomjf
It was printed in England In 1888;
- id was bound in leather, and, like
the other volumes in the first pob-;
lie library In America, 1U bore the ;
Inscription "Belonging to To Libra- '
ry of St. Thomas Parrish in Jamil-?l
. It will be one of the alms of Co- ,
lonlal Bath; Inc in its long-range
program ot restoration of the his
tory of this area, to seek out the
present location of the other 999 vol
11 : '", "h an important
part of our historical heritage-. It
' .. 4DI -a. discovered that
museums all over the country have
Ion since recognized their impor
tance of collecting them and pre
Sw .-.ig thei'u. . ,
' ifJ "i-
ter ; ;WalUco r O