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CUCIN June 10--Th* employMt
pkturr la *• northweittrn
North Carolina counties of Surry.
Claim* for unemployment benefil»
dropped more than 10. par
c«t at tlx Mount 'Airy and Nkii.
' Cart M Barber, manager of Uir
Mount Airy office which mtvm
Surry and Yadkin counties. «aid
Job application* b 1 v • been
■timuUted by the w» Proctor
Electrir Conpaajr plant whicb
will open at Mount Airy In Oct*j^r
pprtom at the rtart, be explained.
About 40 per cent of all high
•chut graduate* have »pplled or.
| , Troy Perry, mgnagrr of the
North Wilke*boro ISC' office. Mid
that the employment outlook in
that are* definitely improved tat
running moolMy, km Mtd On»
•mail textile factory at Roarfiig
Kiver i* abut down temporarily
for two week*
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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.
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All Television* Purchased on Thurs., Fri„ and Sat. of Thin
Week Only Will Be Installed FREE. See Mr. Paul Younce at
Hi-Land Cleaners, or Call Am 4-8869 Day or AM 4-8860
Buy at Sears and Save!
MR AND MRS. KENNETH WESLEY COWANS
RALEIGH, May 30—Misa Jo
Ann Moore, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Ernest Waldo Moore, Lake
Brandt Road, Greensboro, was
married Monday at Danforth
Chapel of State College to Kenneth
Wesley Cowans, son of Mr.
Claims for unemployment insurance
in May wore off about 83
per cent from April, Perry stated.
There wore 3,746 week* claimed.
The active work applications
file in May increased slightly
from April, with 1,689 applications,
but Perry attributed this to
a new garment plant, Shadowline,
Inc., which is being erected
at Boone and will employ about
190 persons when it is ready for
occupancy July 19.
The electronics industry, with
some slack in recent months, looks
for better business in July and
August, Perry said.
The Wilkesboro ESC office
serves Ashe, Alleghany, Alexander
and Watauga Counties.
and Mrs William P. Cowans of
Hickaville, Long IaUnd. N. Y. Dr.
Frederick West of Hillyer Memorial
Christian Church officiated.
The bride's parent* afterward
received at Raleigh YWCA
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, waa attended as matron
of honor by her sister, Mrs.
C. Paul Marsh, and a* bridesmaid
by another sister, Mrs. Louii W.
Brunuey of Winston-Salem.
The bridegroom's best man was
Richard E. S. Digga of Norfolk,
V*. Mr. Marsh ushered with Davy
Gray Hampton of Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Kenneth King of Rocky
Mount was organist.
The bride's white dreu of chiffon
over taffeta was made princess
style with floating panels
fastened at the shoulders and
forming a short train. Her veil
draped from a Juliet cap trimmed
with seed pearls. She carried
a scmicrescent of white carnations
about a white orchid.
The matron wore turquoise
The big tilings you want cost ||
less in a Mercury Monterey!
YOU HAVI TO MY OVM $M MORI to get a 4-barrel carburetor
as atandard equipment in any competitive car. And Mercury's
Thermo-Matic Carburetor ia the only one that oontrola the
temperature of the air the engine breathe#.
YOU HAVI TO FAY OVM $110 MORI to match the Monterey'*
brake size in any other car. The Monterey actually haa bigger
brakes than most of the Ajgfesf priced can!
YOU HAVI TO PAY OVIR $130 MORI to match Mercury's
standard 255 horsepower in any competitive car. And the
Monterey's optional engine offers a biasing 336 horsepower!
YOU HAVE TO PAY OVIR $300 MOM to get my other car with
rwal dual headlamps. No other car at the Monterey's price
even offers duals. You can get Quadri-Beam headlamps, a
true 4-beam system, on all 19 Mercury models.
YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $500 MORE to match the Monterey's
standard compression in any competitive car. Its compression
ratio of 9.75 to 1 is close to the highest you can get in any car.
YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $1,000 MORE to match The Big M
Monterey's hip room and rear seat leg room. Mercury has
the biggest size increase in the industry—bigger in every
YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $2,000 MORE to match Mercury's
width in any othe. car. You can match it only in America's
three costliest cars!
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And no other car at any price offer* you Mercury's exclusive
Floating Ride and Dream-Car Design. Stop in today. Let us
show you all the reasons why the Mercury Monterey is the
sssisst big car to drive, to ride in, to look at, and to buy.
Copiporfjow ^9(0^ OA pOEEf,
chiflNn over ta«,u and*tlu- l.ridet t
maid pale aquamaine Chiffu. over
taffeta The honor attendant |
carried « nwmi of fcrona? carnations
and Mrs Burmsey gold earJHjjtoBpEL
Hn Moore wore ceil blue chiffon
and Talisman roses and Mrs
Cowans white nylon with pink
embroidery and a corsage of pink
Alter a trip north the bridal
couple will live la U» Angeles.
Calif., where the bridegroom has
a two-year Howard Hughes Fellowship
to study physics at U C.
Mrs. Cowans was graduated
from Atlantic ChriMian College,
Wilson, where she majored in art
4Bd English. She was editor *nd
art editor of the annual, Pine
Knots, selected for lilting in the
collegiate Who'a Who and a member
of Golden Knot Honor Society.
Sigma PI Alpha and Sigma
Tau Chi 8ororities. Since gradua
tion she has been employed by
Perree Studio as commercial artiat
Mr. Crowan, who was graduated
with honors Sunday from State
College with a degree in aeronautical
engineering, ia a member of
Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Phi and
Phi Kappa Phi honor fraternities
Mr. Stump Wed
MRS. EARL STUMP
Mrs. Clara O. Farthing of Sugar
Grove, announces the marriage of
her daughter, Carrie Lou, to Mr.
Earl Stump, aon of Mrs. Carrie
Stump of Honaker, Va.
The' double ring, ceremony was
performed Friday, June 7, by the
Revi I. 8. Aiken at Calvary Baptint
Church, Bristol, Tenn.
■ The bride la employed by the J.
C. Penney Co., Bristol, Va. The
groom is employed by SherwinWilliams
Co., also of Bristol.
After a short wedding trip the
couple will live at 1028 Windsor
Ave., Bristol, Tenn.
MISS JU ANITA NORRIS
Mils Juanita Norri.v granddaughter
of Mr. and Mr* Roy
Norrli of Reeae, graduate* this
June from Whitney High 8chool
with honora, a medal and a $25 00
bond. She ia the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Lloyd Norrls of Toledo,
Miss Cowles, Mr.
McNeal Are Wed
Announcement haa been made of
the marriage of Miaa Pearl Cowles,
daughter of Mr. and Mn. W. A.
Cowlea, to Mr. Fred M. McNeal.
son of the late Mr. and Mn. A.
The ceremony waa performed
May SI by Dr. J. D. Rankin at hit
home 111 the presence of a few
friends and relative*.
The couple left immediately for
a trip through Tenneaaee, Virginia,
The bride received her B. t. and
M. A. degree* from Appalachian
State Teacher* Collage and ha*
been employed aa teacher la the
Parkway School for aevaral year*.
The groom holda an L.L.B. and
graduated from the School of Engineering,
Pennsylvania State University.
For the past M year*
he haa been an employee at the
Atlantic Reflaing Co., Philadelphia,
Pataih Increase* plaat vigor and
ve* aonae help to plant* in reaaetg
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Far* price* aa4 eo»u rim m
W*. to #■
U United State* papulation ia lWf
: ia expecUi to be 210J20 mWIml
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CAN YOU IMAGINE a speed of 70 billion times a sec
ond? Well, I can't But our Bell scientists can, and what's
more they're working on a gadget that will carry electrical
impuliet vibrating at such a fantastic rate. They call it a
"wave guide." It's a pair of finely-made hollow copper
tubes that will handle as many as 400.000 telephone conversations
at a time. That's a lot of talk, isn't it. And for
folks around town the day is coming when, if they want
two or three telephone lines out to the house instead of
only one, well be able to add the lines without the wire*!
Telephone research goes on day and night to make your
service ever faster, ever better—and to bring you as much
as you want
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PLANNINO A TRIP? Everybody's vacation-minded
along about bow, so here are some tips to help you
enjoy your trip more. Be sure to take along a camera
so vou'U have a perma
nent picture record of all
the fun, people and place*.
And don't forget to Hop
the milk so you won't
have bottle* all over the
porch when you return,
like I did one time. For
your peace of mind, let me
suggest that you phone
ahead for reservation*.
Then wherever you go, the
telephone will keep you in
close touch with home or
office. Have fun)
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WIN FRIENDS with your telephone voice. Would you
like to have a tree, helpful little booklet that tells you how
to develop a more pleasing and effective telephone manner?
Juct aik for your copy of "The Voice with a Smile."
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THE IDEA of separate directory listings for teen-agers
or other members of the family is catching on. Makes it
easier for friends to reach them. Doesn't cost much, either.
Let us know if you're interested.