WILLIE THOMAS FISHER JR.
TEACHEY Willie Thomas Fisher
Jr., 41, died Sunday.
Family was at Edgerton Funeral
Home in Wallace Monday and at
other times at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Moore, Route 1,
PINK HILL - Gracen Smith, 54.
died Saturday. Funeral, Pink Hill
Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Ridge
Surviving: daughter, Miss Betinia
Smith of Vera Beach, Fla.; brothers.
Leland Smith of Pink Hill, Fitzhugh
Smith of Mount Olive; sisters, Mrs.
Agnes Russ of Virginia Beach, Va.,
Mrs. Nell S. Jarman of Pink Hill.
ADRIAN R. ROBERTS
WARSAW - Adrian Ray Roberts,
59, died Thursday. Funeral, Warsaw
Presbyterian Church. Burial, Wayne
Memorial Park, poldsboro.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Henrietta
Briggs Roberts: sons, Dr. Adrian R.
Roberts Jr. of Durham, Roscoe
Roberts of the home, Benny Roberts
of Chapel Hill; brothers, Wyatt
Roberts and Boyden Roberts, both of
Mount Olive, Wayne Roberts of
Davidson; sister, Mrs. Martha Smith
of Mount Olive.
It was suggested that in lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions be
made to the Warsaw Presbyterian
ROBERT C. TODD
MOUNT OLIVE - Robert C. Todd
of Route 3, Mount Olive, died
Arrangements by Tyndall Funeral
HETTIE P. PATE
MOUNT OLIVE - Mrs. Hettie Pate
Pate, 88, of Route 5, Mount Olive,
died Thursday. Funeral, Tyndall
Funeral Home. Burial, Maplewood
Surviving: son, A.D. Pate of
Mount Olive; daughter, Mrs.
Dorothy Hinson of Mount Olive;
RONALD E. BOND
WALLACE Ronald Earl Bond,
26, died Sunday. Funeral, Island
Creek Baptist Church. Burial, River
view Memorial Park.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Tammy
Cavenaugh Bond; daughter, Miss
Amanda Lynn Bond - of the home;
mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Dodgens of Burgaw; half-sistex, *
Miss Julie Bond of St. Louis, Mo.;
brother, Gary R. Bond of Rose Hill;
stepbrothers, Danel! Dodgens, Billy
Dodgens, Ray Loftis and Jimmy
Loftis, all of Burgaw; paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Bruce Bond of
CAROL M.B. FUTREAL
CHINQUAPIN - Mrs. Carol
Mobley Brown Futreal, 57, died
Saturday. Funeral, Sharon Baptist
Church. Burial, church cemetery.
Surviving; husband, Milburn
Futreal; daughters, Mrs. Barbara
Williams of Chinquapin, Mrs. Becky
Maready of Wallace, Mrs. Joy Dail
of Goldsboro, Mrs. Nancy Forehand
of Rhine AFB, Germany; father and
stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Corbett
Mobley of Beulaville; sisters, Mrs.
Edna Wood of v-'.alace, Mrs. Maxine
Carylse of Jacksonville; six grand
MAGGIE A. SMITH
KENANSV1LLE - Mrs. Maggie
Allen Smith, 64, died Tuesday.
Funeral, Pink Hill Funeral Home.
Burial, Devotional Gardens, Dunn.
Surviving: husband, Woodrow W.
Smith; stepsons, Woodie Lynn Smith
of Danville, Va., Frankie D. Smith of
Miami, Fla., Boyce Dean Smith of
Jacksonville, Fla.; step-daughter,
Mrs. Sue Smith Faggard of Stone
Mountain, Ga.; sisters, Mrs. Mari
lyn Matthews of Dunn, Mrs. Inez
Carroll of Godwin, Mrs. Ella Parker
of Beach Grove, Tenn.; 10 grand
children; a great-grandchild.
JOE G. WHITTED
MOUNT OLIVE - Joe Gray Whit
ted, 51, of Route 5, Mount Olive,
died Tuesday. Funeral, Tyndall Fu
neral Home. Burial, Wayne Memo
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Shirley Hill
Whitted; daughter, Mrs. Amy W.
Jackson of Goldsboro; mother, Mrs.
Vara H. Whitted of Mount Olive;
brothers, Leslie R. Whitted and
Ormond Whitted, both of Mount
Olive; sister, Mrs. Frances W. Odom
of Mount Olive; a grandchild.
William Howard Taft was the only
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1921 to 1930.
Sept. 20 - Dixie Taylor and Baby of
Beulaville, Ruby Dean Lanier of
Chiqnaupin, Marilyn F. McKay and
Baby of Beulaville, Ethel Middleton
of Rose Hill, Eva Matthews of
Faison, Carl L. Davis of Wallace,
Melody C. Williams of Chinquapin,
Ralph W. White of Chesapeake,
W.Va., Lenora Leach of Calypso,
Sandy L. Wolfe of Faison
Sept. 21 ? Pamela J. Outlaw and
Baby of Pink Hill, Emma B. Newkird
of Beulaville, Darren O. Murphy of
Wallace, Nadine J. Farrior of Rose
Hill, Adgie D. Burton of Wallace.
Sept. 22 - Sharon S. Wilson and
Baby of Warsaw, Omar L. Wilson of
Sept 23 - Edward James of
Wallace, Laura Herring and Baby of
Rose Hill, William O. Boney of Rose
Hill, lvaline H. Williams of Rich
lands, Cora R. Bynum of Wallace,
James Holtom Jr. of Wallace, Annie
Mae White of Magnolia
Sept 24 - Marion W. Farrior of
Seven Springs, Lauren R. Sharpe of
Kenansville, Edwina A. Murphy of
Rose Hill, Minnie C. Johnson of
Kenansville. Marlene Lancaster of
Warsaw, Ruby P. Rogers of Rose
Hill, Doris Dixon and Baby of Rose
Hill, Charles Houston of Pink Hill
Sept. 25 - Annie D. Furlaw of
Warsaw, Orphia L. Whitehead of
Rose Hill, Susan R. Long and Baby
of Rose Hill, Eva T. Thigpen of Pink
Hill, Ila O. Cowan of Beulaville,
Matilda S. Carr of Rose Hill, Syl
vester Lane of Rose Hill, Joann C.
Gufford of Mount Olive, Marietta C.
Jones and Baby of Warsaw, Walter
E. Coombs of Warsaw, Lillie M.
Tucker of Warsaw, Consela Moore of
Teachey, Marshall B. Register Jr. of
Mount Olive, Shelby Livengood of
Sept 26 - Nadine Farrior and Baby
of Rose Hill, Dora M. Whaley of
Beulaville. Timothy Moore of
Kenansville. Mary Robinson of Rose
Hill, Gurden W. Fowler of Mount
Olive, Betty W. Carter and Baby of
Sept. 27 - Stephanie Harrison of
Warsaw, Sudie K. Creech of Mount
Olive. Hazel W. Sandlin of Beula
ville, Ruby Beatrice Smith of War
saw, Edith S. Parker of Rose Hill,
Bruce M. Hunter of Beulaville.
Mamie D. Miller of Kenansville.
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Plain View Health Services
Influenza (flu) is an acute, highly
contagious disease which is self
limiting (meaning a patient will
recover even if no treatment is used).
It is caused by a virus or direct
contact. The onset is sudden with
chills or chilly feeling, generalized
backache, headache and leg aches.
Nausea and vomiting are present on
occasion. There is fever from 100 to
105. Sore throat and a dry irritating
cough often occur.
Vaccines for immunization against
flu caused by certain strains of virus
are available. The vaccine is usually
started about the first of September.
It is important in older people,
people who provide essential com
munity services, those who may be
at increased risk of exposure such as
schools, social services and medical
care personnel, and people who are
suffering from some chronic disease
such as heart disease. Thev do not
take effect for five to seven days and
the protection lasts only six to nine
Pneumonia is an infection of the
lungs that may be caused by a great
number or organisms. Many differ
ent bacteria can cause pneumonia.
One attack does not give immunity
and pneumonia is not contagious
(not passed directly from one person
Pneumonia should be suspected
when fever persists more than four
or five days in a bronchitis. A sudden
onset of cough, and elevation of
temperature in the course of another
disease should make one suspect
Immunization against pneumonia
is recommended for persons over
two years of age as follows: 1)
persons who have splenic dysfunc
uon due to sicle cell disease, 2
persons with chronic illnesses such
as diabetes mellitus, and functional
impairment of cardiorespiratory sys
tem, 3) persons SO years of age or
oder, 4) patients about to undergo
Vaccine for pneumonia should not be
repeated for at least five years. The
vaccine is usually started about the
first of October.
In the face of a severe epidemic, it
may be wise to obtain the protection
afforded by these vaccines.
Plain View Health Services offers
annual immunization against flu and
pneumonia. The cost is $10 for flu
vaccine and $10 for pneumonia
vaccines. No appointment is neces
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