THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1943
THE NEWS JOURNAL, RAEFORD, N. C
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Mrs. A. K. Currie is Supper Hostess
On Thursday evening Mrs. A. K.
Currie was at home to a large number
of friends. When the guests arrived
they were seated on the porch, in the
living room and in the den. Later
they were invited into the dining
room. From an attractively arranged
table a delicious buffet supper was
After supper the party divided in
to groups and enjoyed an hour or
more of congenial enversation. Mrs.
Currie's sisters, Mrs. Hugh Lowe, of
Charlotte, Mrs. Ina Bethune and Miss
Maude Poole assisted her in enter
Mrs. Ina Bethune, who is taking a
course in Library Work at Appalach
ian Teachers' College at Boone, came
home last Wednesday for a few days
between summer semesters. She re
turned to Boone Sunday, going as far
as Charlotte with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Miss Mary Lib McBryde was at
home for the weekend. She had just
returned from a vacation spent at
Laurie McEachem and Miss Ruth
McCullough of Raleigh, and
Captain and Mrs. Paul Dickson were
dinner guests of Mrs. John MpNeill
Sunday. Mrs. Paul Dickson and Paul,
III, are spending this week with Mrs.
McNeill at the McEachem home.
Miss Christiana McFayden is spend
ing the summer in Mexico City, Mex
ico, where she is doing reseach work.
Mrs. H. L. Gatlin, Jr., and Leon re
turned home Monday night from a
visit to Mayport, Florida.
Boz Bethune of Wilmington spent
bunday in Raeford.
Misses Noni Talley and Nick Bevan
returned Sunday from Camden, N. J.,
and New York where they spent sev
eral days with Miss Talley's brother.
D. F Talley, Jr
Misses Ruth and Margaret Lytle are
spending this week in Detroit where
they are visiting their sister, Miss
Martha Lytle, stationed there with a
Signal Corps unit of the Army.
RED SPRINGS, N. C.
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Miss Athole Johnson of Collins
wood, Tenn. and Captain Malloy La
mont were married in the Presbyter
ian Church in Florence Alabama, on
Friday. July 9th. They came to Kae
ford Sunday to visit Capt Lamont's
parents. They and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lamont then went to Charleston and
Fort Moultrie for a visit to Capt. and
Mrs. Bill Lamont..
I). M. Davis of Davis's Five, Ten &
25ct Stjre is in Richmond on a buy
ing trip this week.
Israel Mann is in New York buying
Fall goods for his store.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Davis took their
young son, Donnie to Highsmith's
Hospital last Wednesday. His tonsils
were rerr oved Friday and they return
ed to Raeford Sunday. Little Donnie
has had much trouble with his throat
Mrs. J. W. McLauchlin is spending
the summer at Montreat.
Lt. Graham McFadyen U. S. N. R.
and Mrs. McFadyen stopped in Rae
ford for a short visit Saturday. They
were enroute to Newport News from
a visit to Lt. McFadyen's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Archie McFadyen in Mor
ganton. Lt. McFadyen was married
to Miss Ruth Tenney of Philadelphia
on June 25th. They will be stationed
at Newport News for the present.
Misses Nick Bevan. Peggy McFyd
en, Noni Talley and Louise Bevan
spent several days last week at Ocean
Drive, S. C.
Mrs. Marshall Thomas Dinner Hostess
Mrs. Marshall Thomas entertained
her close friends on Tuesday ev ening
at her country home with a dinner
party followed by bridge. Beautiful
flowers adorned the rooms thrown en
suite. A delicious dinner, for which
covers were laid for sixteen, was very
much enjoyed. The remainder of the
evening was spent in playing contract
Mrs. Donald Davis was awarded the
prize for making high score and Mrs.
Buck Blue received a going-away
gift. This proved to be one of the
most delightful of the many social af
fairs of the season.
Nearly 5,000 seils were caught In
Uruguay for their fur last year.
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This is to announce that our place of
business will be closed the week be
ginning July 25th till August 2nd.
This is to give our employees a much
We take this opportunity to thank the
residents of Raeford for their co-operation.
The Best Service under pre
vailing conditions is our aim.
McNeill dry cleaners
Miss Bernice Walters, Raeford, Represenative
Mrs. Bennett Honors Guests.
Mrs. Leslie Bennett entertained at
luncheon today at her home on Broad
foot avenue in honor t)l her sisters,
Mrs. J. C. Thomas, Mrs. John K. Mc
Neill of Raeford, and Mrs. J. E. Bla
lock of Parkton.
Guests, in addition to the honorees,
were: Mesdair.es J. M. Lilly, Frances
McCall and T. D. Hatcher. Fayette
Pat Lamont is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. A. R. Morris. She came
to Raeford Monday, with Capt. Malloy
Mrs. Lee Bethune, who has been
quite sick, is now very much improv
With the Army
Major and Mrs. R. E. Hewitt and
son, Johnny, were guests of Capt. and
Mrs. C. W. Andreson week-end before
Mrs. Donald Muller honored her lit
tie niece, Gloria Jane Hughes on her
sixth birthday, last week, with a de
lightful party. Eight little guests en
joyed an afternoon of games and re
freshments which consisted of cake
and ice crearr).
Captain and Mrs. Andreson have as
their guests their mother who arrived
from Iowa Tuesday. Mrs. Andreson
will visit here for about three weeks
and Mrs. Bates expects to remain
here until the middle of October.
Captain and Mrs. K. Tom of Pine
hurst were the week-end guests of
Capt. and Mrs. Wallace Pratorius.
Captain and Mrs. OnilJe Bradley
wlio moved from Mrs. W. L. Poole's
home into Mrs. Giles' apartment re
cently speni the week-end at Ridge
crest, N. C.
Friends of the Tituses will be hap
py to learn of "Cliff's" rscent promo
tion to the grade of Captain.
Raeford Inst one nf it's oldest arinv
families this week when Major George
Dooley wriS ordered to St Post in Lol
urado. Thq Dooleys, after having
lived here and marie many friends for
the past two and a half years, left
Kaeford Monday for their home in
Sycamore, Mich, where Mrs. Dooley
and Michael will stay for the time be
ing. Mrs. Dooley had just retired as
President of the Officers' Wives Club.
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ralph Patterson,
Sr. are visiting here this week with
their son and daughter-in-law, Capt.
and Mrs. Patterson. Jr. and will re
turn to Macon, Ga. Saturday.
At the last Officers' Wives' meeting
Mrs. Don Muller was elected president
to take Mrs. Dooley 's place. The next
meeting of July 29th will be held in
Mrs. Giles' home at 1:30 o'clock with
Mrs. Will Evans and Mrs. Orville
Bradley acting as hostesses.
Notice on Used Truck Sales. Effec
tive April 2ti, 1943, all sales on used
commercial vehicles, whether by a
private owner or dealer are covered
by OPA regulation No. 341. No sale
can be made at a price higher than
the price provided for under the reg
ulation. Coupon Endorsement Rules Steps
to assure maximum protection a
gainst misuse of gasoline rationing
coupons have been taken in ordering
that all motorist and other gasoline
users are required to endorse in ink
on the face of their ration stamps the
license number at the time of receipt
of the renewal rations. The new
method of handling gasoline rations
will begin July 22 at which time not
only the stamps in new ration books
must be endorsed, but all coupons po
ssessed on that date must likewise be
The OPA order is regarded as sure
fire check on misuse of coupons by
persons other than those to whom is
sued, particularly in the case of lost
books. The regulations does not per
tain to interchangeable books issued
for official or fleet vehicles. Failure
to write in the proper notation on all
outstanding stamps by July 22 will re
suit in the loss of further gasoline ra
War Ration Book III OPA urge all I
who have not received their copies of
War Book III by August 1 to apply to j
their Local Board between August 2 j
and August 10 Boards will not issue
books, but will furnish applicats with
the necessary forms, accept valid ap- ;
plications and send them to the State 1
War Ration Book Control Center.
About $200 is spent for the average
soldier's food during the first year in
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the "most complete failure on record"
All fruits are quite short and apples
indicate about one-third of a full crop
. July is the month to plant fall gar
dens in North Carolina. Keep the
vegetables rolling to the table.
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