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IXLIIY P. GUTIirjE, Society Editor Phone 2122
. !;s. 7. Lis Hostess
C;L';2 Cteb Tues.
Mrs. Robert Willis was hostess to
; her bridge club-on Tuesday even
' ing. Potted plants' and greenery
... enchanced the living room. After
several progressions the hostess as
, listed by Mrs, Vane Gavin served
chocolate - fudge cake, ice cream
and coffee. On each plate was an
r attractive miniature' snow man as
guest favon. r
"When the scores were added Mrs.
; Vance Oavin was given butter
warmer for . high score and Mrs.
George Fenny, lorn trivets as con
, solation. .
,j . . . i - .
The Lanefield Home Demonstra
tion . Club held its monthly meet
ing in the home of Mrs., Vance Phil
Hps, with Mrs. Henry West, Sr.,
president ' presiding. Mrs. Phillips
led the devotional. After business
session In which officers for the new
year were' presented and elected,
namely, ' Mrs. Clarence Murphy,
president; Mrs.' Jim Fulford, vice
president; : and Mrs. Henry West,
Sr secretary.: Mrs. Harry Phillips
gave a most Interesting demonstra
tion on hooked rug making. Mrs.
Jim Tulford gave some helpful sug
gestions on house furnishing' with
Mrs. J. D. West bringing inform
ation on foods. sThe hostess served
pineapple salad, cookies, : ritx and
coffee to the thirteen members and
four visitors, .
i Mrs. ' Wiley Booth ' was hostess
: to the Town and Country bridge
. club on Tuesday evening at her
home on Chinquapin highway with party on Wednesday evening
Mrs. Fallen McGowan was hostess
to the Kontract Klub at a supper
Mrs. Rov Sitterson as additional
guest Miss Mae Hager was welcom,
1 i ed as a new member. Christmas ar
- rangements were used throughout
' ' Mrs. Charles Guthrie, Jr., and
. Mrs. C. C. Hester assisted the host
ess in serving. Christmas tree salad
''i plates, cheese crackers, cookies and
coffee. Attractive burning cand
les were used on the plates as add
v d attractions and favors for the
guests. "V "'
Mrs.. Ed Simpson was given a
- pitcher1 for club high, visitors Jiigh,
,t' a trivet, went to Mrs. Sitterson,
Mrs. Charles Guthrie received can-
dy for consolation."
Iced drinks, nuts and candy were
, . served during the play.
Christmas arrangements were used
throughout the living and dining
rooms with Santa Claus cloths used
on the table. After several progres
sions, Mrs.-Vance Gavin was given
a garden calender for high score.
Ventres Daughtry and Jimmy
Bowden of East Carolina College,
Greenville was home for the week
end. Mrs. John Nowell of Macon, Ga.,
was week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Vance Gavin.
Mrs. Nora Newton is spending a
tew days with her daughter, Mrs.
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CECIL A. MILLER
Beulaville, II. C.
Brown & Miller Co.
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FOR ITS SUCCESS
William Mercer, In Goldsboro.
. Mrs. Amos Brinson and sdn Doc
spent Saturday , in Wallace with
her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Edger
ton. ;-'. ,
Mr. and Mrs, Red Sullivan of Wil
mington; Mrs. C ' S. Williamson
and Mrs. Ruby Newton visited Mrs.
Dan Davis in Mt Olive.' . ,
. Mrs: Shirley Alphin has accepted
a position in Kinston.
t , CpL Jimmle jTohnson, Fort Eustla,
Va., spent the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. John
son.-,: . :,'
Mrs.' Gurman Powell visited her
Bister in ; Trenton Wednesday.:'
Miss Minnie Boone of Wallace
spent Wednesday with her niece,
Mrs. Clarence Murphy. ......
V Mrs. Gertrude Cooper of Wallace
spent Wednesday with her sister,
Mrs. W. J. Pickett
Miss Sarah West Outlaw of Mere
dith College Raleigh was home with
her parents for the week end. '
k Mr. and Mrs. C P. Johnson and
Mrs. Caroline Gavin spent Friday
in Durham. . . !
Mrs.. Ellis. Vestal and son Oliver,
Mrs. jLjwiise Mitchell and daughter
Barbara, went to Raleigh Sunday to
hear the "Messiah."
' ': Mrs. N. B. Boney and Mrs.'C. B.
Guthrie attended the U.D.C. meet
ing in Warsaw Thursday.
Mr. D. F. McGowan a patient at
James Walker Hospital, Wilming
ton has returned home.
Mrs. John Edwards and young
son David Nelson have returned
home- after several weeks stay in
Mrs. Wiley Booth and Mrs. Tim
othy Hughes shopped in Raleigh
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dail of Golds,
boro spent Sunday with his son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ed
Mr. and Mrs. William Craft, Su
san, Billy and Mrs. G. R. Dail spent
Sunday in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edward Dail
and family are spending some time
in Waycross, Ga., visiting Mrs.
Mrs. C. B. Guthrie, Sr., and Mrs.
J. O. Stokes shopped in Goldsboro
Mr. Roscoe Jones and Mr. Wood
row Brinson are operative patients
at Parrotts Hospital.
' Mrs. Less Dail visited, her sister
Miss Mary Cooper and Mrs. Lacy
Farrior during the week.
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In Memory Of
Our Mother has gone home to be
with our wonderful Lofd., She was
called home October 18, 1954. Her
Christian testimony has been a
great' influence and challenge to
us. It is my belief that one day she
will hear the words, "Well done
my good and faithful servant thou
hast been faithful over a few things,
I will make thee ruler over many
things; enter thou into the joy of
I write the following words in her
The one we loved has passed
A place is vacant in our home
That never can be filled.
God called her home to be with
No more we'll see her face
But some day with the help of God,
We'll meet her face to face.
We cannot know, or understand
The workings of God's way,
Just why He needs her up there,
And called her home that day.
Twas Oh so hard to give her up
And say "Thy will be done."
But soon we each shall face that
Our race on earth is run.
I humbly pray that one and all ' '
Shall live so darefully.
That when we face that unknown
WITH A BEAUTIFUL
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Tarns As Uw As
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give your family a lifetime gift of
musica beautiful, new Story &
Clark piano I This glorious instru
ment has enriched thousands of
' homes . . hat brought poise,
poptilsrity and fun to five geneta
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against a piano's "life expectancy",
,the cost is only pennies a day! Drop
in now and reserve the piano you'll
v lovt most! - Uf; CA;-'::p't i?Ki'-
We'll be as brave as she.
I picture God as He stooped down
And took her by the hand
And walked with her so lovingly
To join that Heavenly band.
I think of her as walking there,
With angels all around;
So happy in her new home
Where peace and joy abound.
I know that only God
Shall wipe away our tears
And comfort give to all our hearts
Throughout our earthly years.
Farewell, dear mother, but not
There will be a glorious dawn
Well meet to part, no never
O nthat resurrection morn.
Written by her Daughter-in-law
Mrs. Herman Quinn.
public auction to the highest bidder
for cash at the courthouse door in
Kenansvllle, North Carolina, at 12:00
Noon, on Saturday, January 8th
1955, the property conveyed in. said
deed of trust the same lying and
being in the County of Duplin, State
of North Carolina, and more parti
cularly described as follows:
All that certain tract Of land ly
ing and being in Faison Township,
Duplin County, State of North Caro
lina, containing 77 1-3 acres more or
less, and being more particular des
cribed as follows; to wit:.
BEGINNING at a Pine and Gum
on the run of Dividing Branch run
ning South 47' 1-2 West 289 poles to
a Stake on the County Road; thence,
with said road North 43 degrees
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BT VIRTUE of the I
Power of Sale contained in a cer
tain deed of trust executed by C H.
Miller, Single, dated the 1st day of
February, 1947 and recorded in Book
441, page 189, of Duplin County
Registry default having been made
in the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured and said deed of
trust being by the terms thereof
subject to foreclosure, the under
signed trustee will offer for sale at
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Beulaville; II. C.
W-.t 43 l-i poT ? to a T J.e; tlience t Aei btlog a partlon rt t' r t
North. 47 t-2 dt ets about 2-3 lands as set forth and reci .ad in
poles to a 'Sweet Gum on the run Book 8J3, puge ,22 and I X 333,
of Wild Cat Branch; thence up the page 503 of the Duplin County Reg
run of Wild Cat Branch to the . istry. ;.";, .f' ' .
mouth' .of the Dividing Branch; A ten per cent deposit will he re
thence up said Branch to the BE- quired of the successful bidder as
GINNING, and being a. portion of, evidence.. of good faith..' .
the lands -conveyed to D. L. Carl- Advertised this the 7th day. of ,
ton, Trustee, (by C. J. Miller by that December, 1954. . , ' t
certain Deed of Trust, dated Decern. Robert L. West, Trustee. 1 - ,
ber 6th. v 1930, being recorded ; in 12-30 4T RJW. " ' '
Book 340 at page 22, Registery of
Duplin County apd the same being
likewise a portion of that property
conveyed by D. L, Carlton, Trustee,
to The Federal Land Bank of Col
umbia, by deed dated March 18th,
1936, and being of record in Book
383, page 605, Registry of DnpOn
County, reference to which Is here
by made. ' ' v
It is expressly understood and
agreed, by all parties hereto, mat
a certain tract of land of one acre
and 'known as the family Grave
yard is excepted from the operation
of this instrument
, '?; 1 CPI H. L. KILTATBICK ,,
Hakata, Japan, Army Cpt Henry '
L. BUlpatrick, son of Mrs, Nellie C
Kilpa trick. Magnolia, N. C, receim
ly left Korea with the 84th InfantrW...
Division, which has been assigned ' ;
to Hakata, Japan. -
The "Victory" division has been in , ' ,
the Far East since World War H. , ,
Corporal Kilpa trick, a motor non- t
commissionet offieer with the MO"
Signal Company, entered the Army
In January 1953 and arrived over. :
seas the following January. He to
scheduled to return to the XI, S,
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"MAN IN THE DARK" ,
. Ednend O'Brien
Sunday and Monday1 - v' V December 11 and IS
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Tuesday and Wednesday . In Technicolor 'December 14-15
Starring Rosemary Oooney, Jack Carson and Guy Mitchell
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