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Tabor Sailor Back
From Pacific Trip SAN L1EGO, CALIF. — Ed ward J. Granger, radarman first class, USN, son of Mr I* and Mrs. F. J. Grans·or of 203 North Lewis st.. Tabor City. N. C., is serving aboard the attack transport USS Bexer which returned to San Diego, Calif., Nov. 13 with other ships of Amphibious Squadron One. The squadron has completed a nine-month tour of duty with the Seventh Fleet in the w Western Pa'-ifie. While with the Seventh Fleet amphibious force Boxer participated in fleet operations and training exercises. Squadron sliips also visited ports in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines and the British Crown Colony of llong Kong. Jft t Bethel News BY—MRS. LLOYD HIN SON On Saturday evening No vember 23, Richic Stanley son of Mr. und Mrs. Neil Stanley of Claicndon, Route 1, was honored at his home with u party marking his twelfth oirthday. Hostess for the oc casion was his sister Cynthia -Stanley. The den was decorat ed with balloons of rainbow . olors extending from the ceil ing. Games directed by the hos tess was enjoyed by apprnxi mately twenty-live guests and prize winners were — Pam Strickland, Richie Stanley, Kevin C'.urrie. Milton Williams, Bill Wird, Jerry Harrelson, and Andy Stephens. The refreshment table was ovena:*« wii·- β .ν,ιΐιβ linen cloth and centeied with a pot ted African Violet. Elaine Hin son served punch from · cry stal punch bowl, and Cynthia Stanley served the yellow birthdiiy cake decorated in pink and topped with twelve lighted candles. Potato chipe, nuts, candy and cookics were also served. The honorec received many gifts. A Nation Mourns Its Presi dent. Many hearts are heavy since the news flashed around the world that our 35th Presi dent was dead. Monday No- ' vember 25, 1963 will go dowQ in History as the late Presi dent John F. Kennedy is laid to rest in Arlington Cemetery. Our heartfelt sympathy goes to the family. May God's richest blessings be with our new President, Lyndun B. Johnson. Willie Anderson is a patient at Southeastern General Hos pital in Laurinburg, N. C. aft jr being transferred from Loris Community Hospital Friday night. He had been a patient there since Thursday after noon shortly after being a cutcly ill. At this writing he is nuuh improved and is receiv ing some visitors. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ward of Char lotte. A son was born to them recently. He is their first child. Mr. Ward is from this com munity and the son of Mr. Walter Ward and the late Mrs. I Ward. Mrs. Ward is the form I er Louise Holmes of Bolton j and the daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. Jesse Holmes. Eugene Gore of the U. S. Air Force is spending some time here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gore. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gore and Betty Ruth spent the weekend with Jimmic Gore who is sta tioned at Camp Gordon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ander son and Mrs. Carrie Ward at : tended the funeral of Cecil Byrd of Lumberton Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gore of I Fort Bragg and formally of Texas were visiting here and in Clarendon Community dur | ing the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Jord an, Carlton and Chris of Bur lington, Mr. and Mrs. Rhone Anderson of Whiteville, Mr. and Mrs. Lay ton Ross of Eliz abeth town and Jack Anderson of Winston Salem were home recently due to the illness of Willie Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Currie, Donna and D. L. of Charlotte visited relatives here and in Lebanon Community, during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Hinson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trest and Roy Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jen 1 nings Edge, Gary and Atlrian na of Shallotte. Mitchell Godwin of Norfolk, Va. and Ronald Hinson were among many who were dinner guests of the formers grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Godwin's of Bcaverdam Sun day. To all of my readers — May you and your families have a most Happy Thanksgiving this I Thursday. Let's not forget to I count our many blessings. 1 Sets X-mas Display Eldred Hickman and the staff of Hickman's Florist an nounce that they will hold their annual Christmas Open House on Sunday, December 2, from 2 to β p. m. A completely new line of ! holiday decorative materials and Christmas arrangements ] will be on display, Hickman ' said. Horry Retired Teachers Perfect Organization Retired teachcis of Horry Miss Essie Derham. «« — * tv""v ·™ ηιονιηι aneaa u a rapid clip in the formation of ω active organisation to bet ter their lot. Officers elected at a meet ing Nov. IB were Miss Sal lye Hamilton, president; Mrs. M. vloe " President; Mid Mrs. Evla L. Nance, secre tary-treasurer. to serve with them wore Miss Alma Lewis and A legislative committee wan elected and consists of Mrs. Nit» Granston, Mrs. N. P. Jen erette and Walter Gore. J. P. Coates, president of the South Carolina Retired Teach ers Association, urged the group to work toward obtain ing as members all of the re tired teachers in the county. He suggested as a first leg islative goal and pension of Λ , ·— —™... IUI jrcir taught and stressed the im portance of keeping Blue Cross and Blue Shield insur ance. A constitution was adopted and dues were set at $1 per year. Since the fiscal year of the state association begins in April, members will pay 50 cents for the current hair-year. Members voted to meet at least four times a year, with meetings to t>e held in differ ent areas of the oounty. How ever, the second meeting, like the first, will be held in Con way. Plans were also discussed for a drop-in for Future Tea chers sometime in the Spring. Even though each member was asked to consider himself a committee of one in helping to recruit all retired teachers, a special membership commit tee was elected at follow«: Mrs. Evangeline Coi.ier, of Myrtle Beach; Min Alma Lewis, of Aynor; Mrs. George W. Jones, of Lorls; and Miss Essie Derham, of Green Sea. Hostesses for the first meet ing were Miss Hamilton and Mrs. Huggins. They .were as sisted by Miss Lewis in serv ing refreshments. * Visit Whiteville During Their After-Thanksgiving SALE FRIDAY & SATURDAY 3 Piece Table & Chair Set 2 Folding Chairs — Formica Top Table Regular ΜΑ Π ft $12.95 Value Child's Study fir Play Desk $4.95 Folds Easily Very Sturdy < ' *^OSES λ ^ VALUE - VARIETY ^ Whiteville, N. C. SEE THE '64 RAMBLER j Ι Ο Clatsic6orV-S —America's most beauti I 4m fully balanced car Big inside—(rim outside. I Dazzling new hardtop. Choice of Sixes or new 198-hp V-8. Shares with Ambassador Ι I options like Adjust-O-Tilt steering wheel I 1 -Shin-Command automatic floor «kle·. 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