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Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Powell and James Tucker
were Mr. and Mrs. Theady Tucker
of Milton Fla., Mr, and Mrs. Ed
Xvana and children Janet and She.
11a of Wilmington, and Mr. and Mrs
Herbert Tucker of Teacher, Mr. and
t Mrs. . Willard :. Brinson and son
lliram of Kenansville visited with
- them Saturday night.
Miss Martha Dail of Washington,
D. C spent Labor Day weekend
; with her, mother Mrs. I D. Dail.
Mrs. Rodney Smith of Richmond,
.- Ya, spent Sunday night and Mon
day .with, Mr. and Mrs. Fennell
.. Smith 'and Mrs. Mattie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. . Donald Denny are
. visiting' her mother, Mrs. Audrey
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Pippin atten
ded a funeral in Golds boro Monday
Karl .Quinn, U.SA.F., Lawson
Field, Ga. spent the weekend with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James
Qutnn. " 1
Mrs H. L. Pippin is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Boggs Corbln and daugh
ter, Susanna in Atlanta. Ga.
Fred Pickett , U.S.A., Ft Ben-1
nlng, Ga, spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T.
Miss Jane Cutts, Ft. Bragg, spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N.
. T. Pickett
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John R. Croom attended the Am
erican Legion 'Convention in Wash
ington, O.C. last week, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim West returned home with
him. They spent Labor Day week
end at White Lake. Marion Sed
berry of Army Chemical Center,
Md. also spent the. weekend with
them. Mrs. Lawerence of Washing
ton and Smithfield spent several
days with 'Mrs. Croom last week
Caroline Sasser, Adelia Kelly,
and Evelyn, Parker left Sunday for
Charlotte where they will attend
bussjness school. Mr. and Mrs. Sas
ser, Mrs. Dorothy Mae Parxer,
Earl Baker and Major Kelly acc
Bettie Jean Johnson, Hilda and
Susan Brown, Barbara Tucker,
Gary Taylor, Win ton Southerland.
Mrs. Bettiesue Hunt, Mrs. Cath
erine Hunt, Miss Helen Hunt, Miss
Lucille Hunt and Pat visited Mrs.
Lanie Heath Saturday night
Woodrow Wilson of Florida spent
last week end with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. John A. Wilson.
Mrs. F. N. Barden has returned
from a visit with her daughter Mrs
W. E. Michael and family in Dur
William Potter enjoyed a deep
sea fishing trip Monday.
Mrs. Joe Brinson visited her sis
ter Mrs. Joseph Rouse and family
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith visited
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Boone in Mt.
Olive Sunday. Lettle Janet Boone
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Your' FriciJaire Dealer
"We Service What We Sell'
spent' last week with the Smiths.
, Leslie Davis Batta la at school at
Buies Creek: r
. Caroline Jones has entered Lou
isburg College. -V ' ,'
' Marie Skipper is attending Col
umbia University in S. C. '
"tn Bker, USA and a friend,
of Ft. Benning, Ga. spent last week
uw with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Baker. '. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seymour and
daughter Elizabeth of Paterson, N.
J. are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Abbie
Earl Baker spent last weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Baker
and Miss Caroline Sasser in Char
lotte. Mr. and Mis. Bob Burns of N. J.
are visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. El
bert Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Mr. and Mrs. Parley Potter and
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Potter vis
ited relatives who were 'victims
of a wreck during their stay at a
hospital in Kinston last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Abbie Smith and
boys Bobby and Butch, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Seymour and daugh
ter Elizabeth spent Sunday at Top
Mrs. Home Bridge
Mrs. J. N. Home entertained her
bridge Club last Wednesday, Sum
mer flowers were used for decor
ation in the dinning room and liv
High score winner was Mrs. N.
J. Pickett 2nd high, Mrs. H. L. Pip
pin and low Miss Louise Croom.
Mrs. Picket received an ice tray,
Mrs. Pippin a box of washing pow
der, and Miss Croom a can of olives
The hostess served ice cream
opped with fresh peaches, cake
md salted nuts.
ON HAND FOR
Well get yew ga Una to yea
when yea want K. A farmer caa
tepeaWI mm efficient service and
f alck delivery when ha deals at
, On Monday evening - Dorothy
"Dot"' Knowles, bride-elect of Seo
tember, was entertained Informally
by Betty Jean Johnson and Evelyn
The occasion was a miscellaneous
, The Johnson residence was beau
tifully decorated throughout with
all flowers and ivy. The colors
green and white were carried out
The Honoree received many beau
tiful and useful gifts.
Refreshments consisting of punch,
cup cakes, nuts and mints were ser
ved. Prayer Services
Mid-week Prayer Services will
begin at the Magnolia -Methodist
Church on Tuesday, August 31, at
.These prayer services will continue
throughout the winter months. They
will feature song periods, prayer
periods, periods for meditation, and
above all Christian Fellowship.
The prayer meeting during the
month of September will be used
for group and individual prayer
periods for the church's revival
which will begin Sunday, Septem
ber 19 and will continue through
Sunday, September 25th. Prayer
groups have been set up with each
group having a prayer leader. These
groups will meet in different parts
of the church to hold seasons of
prayer for the revival.
Rev. J. G. White, paster of the
church along with the entire mem-
irci n CAicnud a wain, wciviuc
P. T. A. Meet Held
The first meeting of the P. T. A.
was held Monday night in the
school auditorium. President A. Lan
ier, Jr., presided and Clifton Chest
nutt, secretary and treasurer gave
Mrs. C. H. Pope was in charge of
a short play given by some of her
The meeting was well attended.
O is in
Ice Cream Perfy
Held Friday High!
The Young .Adult Class of the
Magnolia Methodist Sunday School
enjoyed an ice cream party last Fri
day night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs.' Jerry Smith. . ; y :.. '
Strawberry, peach and vanilla ice
cream with cookies was enjoyed
by the group. V ;
v Rev. Jim White led the group In
several games. . '
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Revival services will be held in
the Magnolia Methodist Church
beginning September 19-26 at 8:00
p. m. Rev. J. G. White will preach.
Everyone is invited to attend
j Just call the business office
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SEPTEMBER 20 Through 25
Winners will be announced over Radio Station W. G. B. R. Saturday
Night, September 25th.
Showing of New Styles and Colors of New Furniture -Latest Styles-Col-lors-Designs
Church Sept. 19
On Sunday September 18 Home
joming Day will be held . at Con
:ord chiirch. A dedication service
will be held recognitihg those who
jave the pulpit furnitureiii'
A picnic lunch, will be held on
the ground immediately after the
jervicev. - f : -'i
Everyone is cordially invited.
Notice - PTA
The Parent Teachers Association
will meet Monday night for the first
time this year. It will meet in the
School Auditoruim at 8: O'clock Pm
Why plantseedling . trees on" idle
acres when Mother Nature will do
the job for youT
less than 5 a day
brings you ...
privacy in your own room
protection in an emergency
accessibility for all the family
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Prayer Services '
With, advance preparations coming
to a close, the congregation ,of the
Magnolia Methodist Church is now
finishing .'last minute' preparations
for their revival which will begin
Sunday night of next 'week and
will continue throughout the week.
(September 19-25) The" pastor, Sev.
J. G White, will also be the preach
er i.or the. week. The services will
begin each night at 7:45 p. m. with
a song service and special choir
music. The congregation extends a
warm welcome to all. ,
in vout OLDSMOBILI diaiii todavi
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Church Sept. 19-26
Dr, Eugene Poston of Wallace
will Dreanh durina the revival at'
Concord Baptist Church near Mag-
nolla. Sentember 10-28. Evening
services only. The time 8:00 p. m. ..
Whitfield says most North Carol.'
ina farmers are fully aware of the
value of planting idle acres In youn
a mm hut arlrlii. "It never hurts
to be reminded of an extremely
profitable venture." . (
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you can own this Muro-styM, furura
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Your price depends upon choico of modal and
body ttyla, optional equipment and occasiorlas.'
Prkat may vary sltghrly In adjoining communltias
bacauia of shipping diargat. All prices subject to
change without notice. Check our budget terms
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