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® WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27,1950
Lillington Personals
■>. visit in s. c. i
Mrs. O. R. Rudisill is visiting her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bobbie in Florence, S.
They were joined there for the
holidays by Mr. and Mrs.* Hayes
EkJbdwin' and son of Gatesville, N.
•G. Mrs. Godwin 1$ the former Su
san Rudisill, and Mrs. Bobbie was
Agnes Rudisill.
VISITING PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hood
and sons of Lillington, and Mr.
and Mis. Laurie Byrd of Bunn
' level are in Sandersville, Ga. spen
ding the holidays with the parents
of Mrs. Byrd and Mrs. Hood.
f> WITH SISTER
Mrs. Neill Fuquay and Mr. Ben
Spears visited their sister Mrs.
. Cordelia Spears ip Fayetteville
Christmas.
RETURN HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Fowler and
Butch have returned from Char
lotte and Monroe where they vis
ited their parents during the holi
idays.
* LILLINGTON VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Currin
and Claudia of Oxford, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Taylor and Janice of
Winston-Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bradley and Dave of Ral
eigh, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brad
ley and Russ of Lillington were
guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Taylor Sr. during the
holidays.
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BENSON, N. C.
| RETURNS TO TEXAS
Lt. Robert E. Johnson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Johnson, left
Monday for Houston, Texas where
he will receive his flight training
as a navigator, after spending a
14 day leave here.
GUESTS OF SMITHS
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ginnings of
Covington, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Culclosure and Emory
ni of Greensboro, Mr. and
Emory 111 of Greensboro, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Bordeaux and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Gossett and Linda,
and Joe P. Jr., of Lillington
spend Christmas with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Smith
Sr., John Gossett was also with
the Smiths for Christmas.
VISITS SISTER
Mrs. Richard Boyd and son
Dickie arrived from Hickory Tues
day to spend part of the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Northam.
Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Northam are
sisters.
FROM MT. AIRY
Mr. and Mrs. George Rives of
Mt. Airy, were here during the
holidays with Mrs. Rives parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sion Wilborn.
IN NORFOLK
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kelly and
children spent the Christmas hol
idays in Norfolk with Mrs. Kelly's
parents.
CHRISTMAS DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Landon Barefoot
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Stricklanc';
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Holland on Christmas.
MONDS’S GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson,
and Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Jackson all
of Durham were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Monds on Christ
mas day.
WADE VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Herring of
Wade spent Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Lewis.
CHILDREN PRESENT PROGRAM—Children of Hillc rest Presbyterian Mission in Baersville presented an out
standing program on Christmas night and are pictured here at the close of the performance. Shown in the picture
are: Hermie Lee Lucas, Bobbie Hedges, Evalee Hall, Joe Dennis, Robert Ivey, Shelton Tew Gene Autry Dennis,
Billy Tew, Bobby Tom Lucas, Edward Dennis, Jessie Ruth Hodges, Carolyn Johnson, Lois Jean Gregory, Doris
Godwin, Pauline Ivey, Linda Pearl Wood, members of the cast. In the junior choir shown in front were: Jean
Lucas, Martha Ellen House, George Henry House, Harry Dorman, Johnny Dennis, Minor Ruth Hair, M. T. Lucas,
Jimmy Johnson, Bobby Johnson, Joyce Godwin, Edward Godwin, Tommy Gregory, Thomas Ray Hair, Betty Lou
Gregory and Irene Graber. Billy Pope and Edgar Wood assisted bacgstage. A large crowd was on hand for the en
joyable program. (Daily Record j:taff photo by T. M. Stewart.) See Story On Page Eight
Miss Taylor Entertains At
Open House Here Last Night
Miss Katherine Taylor entertained
at “open house" last night at her
home on North Ellis Avenue.
The home was decorated through
out in the Christmas motif.
A small lighted Christmas tree was
on the piano in the living room,
while several attractive snow scenes
were used. An arrangement of fir
and berries, flanked by red candles, i
was on the mantel.
In the dining room, the table was
covered with a lace cloth. On one
end of the table was a large ar
rangement of red candles, greenery,
and Christmas balls. A small white
Christmas tree and burning tapers
were on the buffet.
Mrs. Joe Ruark, sister of the
hostess, poured coffee, fruit cake
strips, cheese biscuits, deviled ham
sandwiches salted nuts and candies
were served buffet jtyle.
About 45 guests called during the
evening.
Clothes Taken
From Car Here
A thief put Santa Claus into re
verse gear Friday night by filching
some S3OO worth of clothes from
an automobile parked on Cumber
land St.
Bill Stanley of 210 W. Cumberland
reported to police that someone
entered his car about 6 p. m. and
made off with a topcoat, two gab
ardine suits, two pairs of slacks,
two wool sport shirts, a sport jacket
and a raincoat.
The car was parked in front of
Stanley’s home.
CHRISTMAS NIGHT GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bass and
daughter, Nina Grey. Bass of Newton
Grove and Mr. Elwood McLamb of
Clinton were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Elijah Barefoot on Christmas night.
THE DAILY RECORD DUNN, N. C.
! Bids Opened
On City Gas
Two petroleum firms have sub
mitted bids for the town’s oil ar.d
gasoline contracts for the next six
months, City Manager R. Thomas
Hobbs announced Wednesday.
The bids will be opened at 11
a. m. Saturday. Contracts wiU
cover Dunn's petroleum needs from
Jan. 1 through June 30, Hobbs said
Bids submitted were sent in by
the London Oil Co of Raleigh an*
the Esso Standard Oil Co. of Char
lotte. Hobbs said that he expects at
least three more bids before the
Saturday dateline.
According to the city’s specifica
tions, the winnng bidders will have
to suply half of the annual con
sumption of gas ar.d lubricants.
LARGE AMOUNT USED
During a year Dunn uses 26,000
gaHons 'of gasoline, G,OCO gallons of
No. 2 fuel oil, 1,500 gallons of No.
1 fuel oil (kerosene), 500 gallons of
heavy duty detergent motor oil and
400 pounds of hypoid gear lubri
cant, the city manager said.
Previously gas and oil had been
bought on a monthly basis from
dealers, Hobbs pointed out. Under
the contract system, lie added, some
money may be saved by the city ir.
buying gas and oil in bulk.
Dennis Rites
Held Today
Mrs. R. A Dennis, 72, of Fuquay
Rt. 1, died in Rex Hospital early
Tuesday morning after an illness
of several days.
She was born and reared in Wake
County, the daughter of the late
J. J. ana~etty Betts of that county.
Funeral services were held at the
Piney Grove baptist Church Wed-,
nesday at 3 p. m., conducted by the
Rev. J. L. Atkins, pastor, assisted
by the Rev. R. E. Atkins of Raleigh
and the Rev. C. H. Norris of Wake
Forest. Interment was in the church
cemetery.
Survivng are her husband; onq
daughter, Mrs. S. L. O’Briant of
Durham; nine sons, R. C. Dennis,
R. W. Dennis, J. S. Dennis, R. A.
Dennis Jr., and D. J. Dennis, all
of Durham, C. H. Dennis of Dunn,
R. G. Dennis, J. H. Dennis and S
L. Dennis, all of Fuquay; four
sisters. Mrs. E. F. Sharpe, Mrs,
Emma Branch, both of Durham,
Mrs. Ida Fuquay of New York and
Mrs. Ester Truelove of Fuquay; 24
grandclSHdren, eight great grand
children and several nieces and
nephews.
DINNER IN ROSEBORO
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Barefoot of
Dunn had Christmas dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Haire on Rose
boro Rt. 1.
POPES ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Pope had as
their Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs I
E. N. Pope and Norwood, Jr., of j
Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. •
Scott and Malvern of Bear Creek,
N. C., Mrs. Carrie B. Taylor of
Winston Salem and Dr. and Mrs,
Thompson of High Point.
STEPHENSON—REID
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Reid
of Charlotte have announced the
engagement of their daughter Mary
Inez to Jack Calvin Steuhenson of
Charlotte and Erwin Mr Stephen
sons parents are Mr. and Mis.
Fletcher C. Stephenson of Erwin.
The wedding will take place Jan- ’
uary 26th. _
Judy Garland's Separation
Is Blamed On Her Illness
By VIRGINIA Mac PHERSON
UP Hollywood Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 26 (UP)
Judy Garand’s marriage with Direc
tor Vincente Minnelli fizzled because
her old illness flared up again,
friends of the couple said today.
The stormy homelife of the girl |
who makes music and the man who
makes movies broke up three weeks
ago, but they didn’t get around to
telling anyone about lt until yes
terday.
Judy’s agent announced they had
separated, but whether a divorce
was in the offing he declined to say.
The 27-year-old songstress wasn’t
talking either. She’s been playing
hard to get since last June when
she gashed her throat with a drink
ing glass in a futile attempt to kill
herself. She tried suicide, she said
■later, because she felt her movie
career was slipping away from her.
But last night Minnelli confirmed
the news in two brief sentences:
“Yes, we have separated. I have
nothing more to say.”
It didn’t exactly surprise anyone
in Hollywood. Judy has been mak
ing the rounds of nightspots for
several weeks with ex-producer Sid
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Lust, estranged husband of actress
Lynn Bari, who is seeking a divorce.
They have gone together almost
nightly. But until now Judy has
consistently denied rumors that she
and Minnelli were “living together I
but leading separate lives.” ‘ [
LIVES WITH DAUGHTER
Friends said Judy moved out of l
the sprawling pink-stucco mansion j
on Sunset Boulevard three weeks!
ago. Her four-year-old daughter,
Liza, and she are living in a smaller
home above the sunset strip.
“This never would have happen
ed,” one of Judy's pals said, ‘‘lf sh' |
hadn’t had one of her old spells;
again. She’s been despondent and
depressed and we’re very worried
about her.”
“It’s time the world knew she is
a very, very sick girl. She isn’t re
sponsible for all the things she
does.”
This isn’t the first time Miss Gar
land walked out on Minnelli. She
left him twice before.
Later, they said it had all been
a mistake. Judy said she was sure
She could save the marriage, “Now
that I’m well again.”
But when her temperament cost
her her third movie role and her
Mrs. A. White Fetes
Liitington Club
I The members of the Ace of i
I Clubs were guests of Mrs. A. J. j
! W;.ite for the Christmas club par- I
ty at her home Wednesday even
ing.
Holiday decorations of greenery,
candles and a beautifully trim
med Christmas tree gave the
home a festive air for the party.
A dessert course, with coffee
and salted nuts was served be
fore play, and throughout the ev
ening cokes, candies, and nuts
were served.
When scores were added, Mrs.
Joel Layton Jr. was awarded club
high score prize, and Mrs. Mar
nervous disorders returned, their
difficulties reappeared Minnelli was
sympathetic when Judy tried sui
cide, but their rift was well known.
Finally the pug-nosed star decid
ed to announce to the public her
second marriage was on the rocks
for good.
Her first husband was movie con
ductor and composer David Rose,
whom she married nine years ago.
She was 18 then but already had
been a star for years, first as a wide
eyed screen moppet and then as a
lovely young musical actress.
That marriage ended in divorce in
1944. She said then that Rose was
sullen, didn’t like her friends and
was inconsiderate. A year later,
Judy married Minnelli at the home
of her mother here.
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PAGE 3
jorie Taylor received visitors high.
Gifts were exchanged by the mem
bers.
Guests were, Mrs. Sidney How
ell, Mrs. Joe Gourlay, Mrs. J. A.
Walker, Mrs. Dick Bell, Mrs. Joel
Layton Jr. and Miss Helen Hoff
man. Mrs. Marjorie Taylor was a
visitor.
HOLIDAY WITH PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Delapp of
Reidsville spent Christmas day with
Mrs. Delano's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Bryant.
DINNER GUESTS
Mrs. H. L Godwin, Sr., Miss Ruby
Godwin, Miss Matibel Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Godwin, Jr., and sons,
Ham and Jack, all of Raleigh, and
Hugh Godwin of Roancke Rapids,
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Godwin and
daughter, Peggy of Fayetteville and
Mr. and Mrs. Murd Dowd and son,
Ned were dinner guests of the J. C,
Warren’s Christmas Day.
IF IT’S BY KINLAW
208 E. CUMBERLAND ST
DUNN. N. C.

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