for No 5, was Jr., ATTEND BIRTHDAY DINNER IN S. C. j Mrs. A. L. Smith, Jr. and Gordon Strickland, of Lumberton, and Mrs. Smith's n i Mrs. James Mathis, Mr. Mathis and their baby, Rhonda, of Greensboro, attended in Loris, S. C. Sunday, a picnic dinner' celebration of the 69th birthday of Mrs. Smith's father, George S. Johnson. The dinner was given by his children: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Strickland of Loris, Mrs. Wayland Norris of Tabor City, J. B. Cox and Mrs. Tom of Loris, Mrs. John Gore of Thomasville, Maryland, Calvin and Bobby Johnson of Loris. There were about sixty persons attending the celebration, including relatives and friends from Nakjna, Longs, Conway Aynr, S. C., besides those mentioned. Mr. Johnson was the recipient of many birthday gifts. A lovely arrangement of flowers was used on the picnic which was laden with an abundance of food.