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NEWS Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. John Moore and Mrs. Eugene Cress are spending this week at Virginia Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bruce and children spent a few days in Cul pepper, Va., this week. Miss Christine Alston, of Rich mond, spent Sunday at her home here. Miss Charlotte Jones is visiting in Rocky Mount. Miss Pat Carter is visiting Miss Judy Strong in Lapeer, Mich. Mrs. Albert Mason and children of Emporia visited Mrs. W. L. Als ton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Underwood of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cochrane and children of Jackson, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wyche. Mr. and Mrs. James Tilghman of Townsville, spent Monday in Mr. and Mrs. George Joyner and Mrs. W. H. Anthony are vacation ing in the mountains. Ernest Rabil, S2/c, USNAS, Jacksonville, Fla., and Fred Rabil, of Chester, Penn., Dr. Billy Rabil of Charlittesville, Va., and Miss Marguerite Rabil of Washington, T>. C., visited their mother, Mrs. Mary Rabil, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hardison of Osbon, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardison last week. Cpl. Herman Walker, son of Mrs. Margaret Walker, is spending a thirty-day furlough at home after twenty months overseas with the Eighth Air Force in England. Cpl. Walker is enroute from overseas. MRS. LOWRY HONORED: Mrs. T. A, Lowry of Sanford, Ela., who before her recent mar riage was Miss Florence Anne dark of Weldon, and Cradock, Va-. was honored Saturday even-1 lag when Miss Frances Buck and I Miss Jean Tilghman entertained at a lovely bridge shower in the (MUM of Miss Tilghman. Quantities of summer flowers were used in decoration of the' home. Four tables were arranged for bridge. Miss Frances Musgrove was a warded top score prize, Miss Vir ginia Sledge won second high and Mrs. Lowry was presented a show er of miscellaneous gifts. The hostesses served delicious sand wiches, punch, sweets and nuts. Their guests were Mrs. Lowry, Mrs. F. T. Rawlings, Duane Wright, David Dickens, Misses Robbie Garrison, Virginia Suiter, Mary F. Mitchell, Catherine Stev enson, Frances Musgrove, Virgi nia Sledge, Ballard Mohorn, Flor ence Draper, Bettie Davis, Mamie Nash and Evelyn Mitchell. Religious Services On The Air MORNING DEVOTIONS W C B T, 8:30 A. M. July 5, 6, 7— Marshall White Hurst. July 9. 10, 11—L. A. Tilley, First Methodist Church. July 12, 13, 14—Boger — Church of God. July 16, 17, 18—Jerome Hodges— Pentecostal Holiness. July 19, 20, 21—Gordon L. Price —First Baptist. July 23, 24, 25—John M. Walker —First Presbyterian. July 26, 27, 28—Edmund Berke ley. July 30, 31, Aug. (1—W. R. Stev ens. Aug. 2, 3, 4—Edmund Berkley. Aug. 6, 7, 8—Dwight Fouts— Weldon Methodist. Aug. 9, 10, 11—W. W. Finlator— Weldon Baptist Church. Aug. 13, 14, 15—Boger. Aug. 16, 17, 18—L. A. Tilley. Aug. 20, 21, 22—Jerome Hodges. Aug. 23, 24, 25—R. L. Topping— Christian Churches. Aug. 27, 28, 29—Edmund Berke Icy* Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1—W. R. Stev ens. Sept 3, 4, 5—John M Walker. Sept 6, 7, 8—Marshall White Bunt Sept. 10, 11, 12—L. A. Tilley. Sept. 13, 14, 15—W. W. Finlator. Sept. 17, 18, 19—-Father Peter Denges—Catholic Chapel. Sept. 20, 21, 22 — Gordon L. Price. y Sept. 24, 25, 26— R. L. Topping. Sept. 27, 28, 29—Marshall White Hurst. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS W C B T, Saturdays, 9:45 p. m. July 7—Tilley. July 14—Walker. July 21—Stevens. July 28— Berkeley. Aug. 4—Finlater. Aug. 11—Tilley. Aug. 18—Hodges. Aug. 25—Topping. Sept. 1—Stevens. Sept. 8—Berkeley. Sept. 15—White-Hurst. Sept. 22—Boger. Sept. 29—Finlater. PRAYER SERVICE Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Rosemary Methodist: July 10—Topping. July 17—Walker. July 25—Tilley. July 31—Stevens. Rosemary Baptist August 7—Berkeley. August 14—Finlater. August 21—Hodges. August 28—Boger. First Methodist September 4—Stevens. September 11—Tilley. September 18—White-Hurst. September 25—Walker. SUNDAY BROADCASTS (11:00 A. M.) July—Presbyterian Church. August—Episcopal Church. September—Rosemary Methodist October—First Methodist. November—First Baptist. December—Rosemary Baptist. Steven Johnston At Melville, R. I. Steven N. Johnston, 19, seaman, first class, of Littleton, has arrived at Melville, R. I., for instruction in the repair and maintenance of motor torpedo boats. A veteran of six months’ service in the Pacific area, he will be assigned to an overseas base after completing his training. Johnston is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde N. Johnston of Littleton. -v Redford - Tyler Mrs. Claude Mason Tyler of Roxabel, announces the marriage of her daughter, Ruth Mason, to George Carlton Redford, Jr., En sign U. S. M. M., on Wednesday, June 6, at the Monumental Metho dist Church in Emporia, Va. Airs. Redford is a former student nurse at the Roanoke Rapids Hospital. She is making her home with her mother. Ensign Redford is now stationed in the Pacific, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Redford, of 608 Hamilton Street. Mrs. Evelyn Simpson of Ports mouth, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Airs. J. F. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Elvey Waters and daughter, of Princeton, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Waters. Mrs. Mattie Witherspoon and Miss Joyce Witherspoon spent last week in Kannapolis and Salisbury - f NOTICE North Carolina, Halifax County. *•' In the Superior Court: Rebecca B. Truesdell, —Vs— Plaintiff Francois G. Truesdell, Defendant The above named defendant Francois C. Truesdell, will take \ notice that an action entitled above has been commenced in Ae Superior Court of Halifax County, North Carolina, by the plaintiff to secure an absolute divorce from the defendant upon the ground that plaintiff and defendant have lived separate and apart for more than two years next preceding the bringing of this action; and the defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the office of the Clerk of t»e Superior Court of Halifax County, in the courthouse in Halifax, North Carolina, within thirty (30) days after the 14th day of July, 1945, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. This the 7th day of June, 1945. GEORGE A. 7-5 Court, Halifax C< Vs. Tes, we ore Introducing a new notef.. B A stunningly made summer linen in dark and light contrast for that very special occasion. It’s in a junior size too, and bears the inimitable annie JQaurie touch. Made of Kawella, a LABTEX fabric laboratory tested. Sizes 9 to 17. Sold exclusively in Roanoke Rapids by PEGGY ANN IMS ROANOKE AVE. - r; "*V ’ ' ' In opening our new store we have tried to bring to Roanoke Rapids a SMART DRESS SHOP. We believe we have succeeded in doing this, j Since we began business here several years ago we have made many friends and with the enlargement of our business we are going to work harder than ever to continue to merit the friendship of all our custom ers and try to make many new ones. In order to do this we MUST CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU with the same high quality merchan dise and give you that courteous and sincere service to which you are entitled. If you have not visited our new place we earnestly invite you to do so. -0O0 N 1 ks” fl I ENTH STREET 11 .