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The Journal-patriot. (North Wilkesboro, N.C.) 1932-current, June 26, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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FOR SALE: 1 Oow, Guernsey or Jersey. Todd McNeil, Millers Creek or McNeils Esso Service ltpd FOR SALE cheap: Parts for 1946, 47 and 48 Fords, six-cylinder motor in excellent condition. See Robert Osborne at Greer Cotton Mill. 2-26-2ptd _j FOR 8ALE: TJsed doors, win dows and frames and screens in good condition. Jenkins Bids. Material, Co., phone 602. 6-29-2t FOR SALE: 97 acre* good land, one nice 8-room house, plenty oat buildings, one 7-room new house. Will sell one or both. Well in yard at both places. Located on new 16 highway near Wilbar. See Guy Sheets. 4-2 6-2tpd FOR SALE: Norge office size electric drinking fountain, practically new. Coca-Cola Bot tling Co. North Wllkesboro, N C. 6-29-2t —r FOR SALE: Tomato sticks 2c Ea. Miller Brothers Lumber C<X. U. S. Highway 421. Next to Hic kory Fiber Co., North Wllkes boro, N. C. 6-26-2t Nice Home For QUICK SALE About % acre lot; 7-room house; gopd well; on Oakwoods road, about 2 Vi miles from NorfW Wilkesboro, on hardsurfsce road. A good bargain. r' • SEE P. E. DANCY J. R. ROUSSEAU NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. FOR SALE: 1MT Jeep, Good con dition. May be seen at Edward Pendry's Home, Hays, N. C. ",g FOR SALS: 0 room-house, run ning water built-in cabinets, venetion blinds, on highway 421, 3 1-2 mileB west of North Wll kesboro. Priced to sell. Phillip Church, Meadows Mill Co. $ \6-29-2tpd • FOR RENT CAROLINA REACH COTTAGE: Available from July 1 to 8th and last three weeks of Aug. Call Mrs. Pittman 336 or 820. North Wilkesboro. 6-29-2tpd FOR RENT: 4 room unfurnished apartment on E Street to couple or couple with 1 child over 3 years old. Phone 4 8 8-J. It FOR RENT: Small quarters for working couple, completely furnished with twin beds and Beautyrest mattresses, Phone 872-J. ft TERMITES (flying ants): Guar^ anteed termite jobs; Ordinary homes $35.00. Large homes $50.00. Call Church Hardware Company, Phone 130. 6-28-8tpd FOR RENT: Good pasture back of R. C. Goodwin's, Near Cric ket P. O. Phone 872-J It FOR RENT: 4-room house on G street with good basement, lights , cold and hot water, gar age, clean. See Mrs. L. A. Gud ger, 609 G Street, North Wil keaboro, N. C. ltpd or sell Real Estate or Busi ness Opportunities, call or serf M. C. Woodie, Union Bus Terminal, Phone 216. M. C. Woodie, Real Estate Agent. - 3-13-tf Want Ads Pay Dividends MORE ABOUT • Raleigh Roundup (Continued From Page 1) Cheek, were regarded as Smltli men. . . A meeting was held here last Wednesday to consldei the removal of Democratic Chair man Everett Jordan . . . and hit replacement. . . after the Priman ... by Graham Mgr. Jeff John son, who is one of the State'i finest citizens . . . But this plai also died aborning. . . Bob Thomp son of iHigh Point, editor of th< High Point Enterprise and radii commentator (each Sunday even log at 9 o'clock) was largely re sponsible for getting Willis Smltl as an opponent for Graham . Mnch of the credit for finally get ting Smith into the second Pri mary . . . after 11 days and in thi face of 53,000 rotes' lead . . . wai Jesse Helms, Monroe native an< Radio Station WRAL news com mentator and program director . . . Also give credit... if you weri for Smith ... to A. J. Pletchei and the promotion of Smitl Hatcherman Alvin Wingfield Charlotte native, typewriter sales man, and sharp radio talker . . As of last Saturday evening at i o'clock W. B. Umstead became i definite candidate for Governoi two years hence. . . Although nol a college man and Inexperienced in State politics, Harnett County') Hoover' Adams, sometimes goinj two and three days with only a t&w hours' sleep, proved to be the type public relations man the Smith campaign needed . . . Rough and rugged wag his approach . . He gave no quarter and asked none ... he learned fast . . . and yet managed to stay on good |terms with Abie Upchurch, smooth and efficient Graham publicist. -o Bloodshed. OXSCORE* j Killed June 16 through June 19, 5. Injured June 16 through June 19, 144. ' Killed through June 19 this year, 392. Killed through June 19, 1949, 349. Injured through June 19 this year, 5,200. Injured through June 19, 1949, 3,897. > SOCIETY McNeil-Huffman Vows Exchanged Miss Etta Jane McNeil, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McNiel of Purlear, became the bride ol Wayne Huffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman, also of Pur lear, on Saturday, June 24, at four o'clock at the home of the groom. Rev; Mr. Caldwell, ol Sparta, was the officiating min ister. Immediately after the cere mony the couple left for a short wedding trip, and upon their re turn will make their home al Purlear where the groom is in business with his father. The bride is a graduate of Millers Creek high school, and the groom attended Mt. Pleasant high school. WANTED: Two girls to work in Princess Cafe. Must be honest and 18 years old. Please apply at once in person. 6-29-2t • Miscellaneous AT STUD: Proven registered Chihuahua dog. Call for date. Phone 872-J It If yon hare property to sell or 11 you are Interested In buying property, please call Absher Real Estate Co., Telephone 467. *-6tf See INSURANCE SERVICE AND CREDIT CORP. for auto loans, financing, or refinancing. Com pare our rates. 882 "B" 8t.. Telephone 76. 8-23-tf GLASS DUSKS, PurnMvre tops and glass shelves—made to your order. House and auto glass installed while you wait. Glass Sales and Service, Base . ment of Bus Terminal. Phone 745. 10-27—Tf NOTICE: Wells drilled anywhere anytime. Experience Is still the best teacher. Let our 38 years In this field be your assur ance of a Job well done. Con suit us first. R- E. Paw ft Sons, Inc.*, offices Elkin an<J Hick ory, N. C. Elkln Telephone 1F20 or write State Road, N. C. Hlekory telephone 26507, 1342 E. Highland Ave. 8-4-Tf ii FARMERS CONTACT I MAYMEAD LIME COMPANY I SHOUNS, TENNESSEE ■ FOR YOUR LIME REQUIREMENTS WHEN YOU TRADE WITH MAYMEAD LINE CO. YOU GET: UME that more than meets all Government Specifications .. LIME that tests high and gives quick remits. LIME that is ground line and spreads easily. that has a very low content of moisture. ^ THAT WILL BE DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT IT. that has a guaranteed weight. \ CARD T^A^ wi^ffifvi WAX - ■. ■ ■ I- - II I, ■ ' - ■■■-" l - Wilkesboro W.S.C.S. In Monthly Meeting The'objectives of the Spiritual Life Group was the theme for the program given by Mrs. Bill Thomas at the monthly meeting of the Woman's Society of Christ ian Service of the Wilkesboro Me thodist church held Tuesday even ing at the home of Mrs. J. I* Garwood on Trogdon Street in North Wilkesboro. Other hostesses for the meeting, which was at tended by approximately eighteen members, were Mrs. Ed Carrigan and Mrs. W. M. DeBerry. Mrs. Howard Pharr conducted the de votions and Mrs. Thomas offered ' the closing hymn. Mrs. A. R. Gray gave a fine summary of the past year's work, and during the business session, with Mr. DeBerry in charge, goals were discussed for the new year in the work of the Society. Re freshments were enjoyed during the social hour. Episcopal Auxiliary In Monthly Meeting The June meeting of the Epis copal Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening with Mrs. Hill Carlton at her home on Sixth Street, having eleven members present. Mrs. L. B. Dula conducted the devotions, and for the program Mrs. W. W. Barber gave a fine report of the convention she had attended re cently at Lake Kanuga. In the absence of Mrs. Paul Harvel, the retiring president, Mrs. Monroe Williams presided for the first part of the business ses sion, aftre which the new officers took charge. The new officers are president, Mrs. W. W. Barber; vice-president, Mrs. Goodwin Bloomfield; secretary, Mrs. Paul Osborne, and treasurer, Miss Alice Cassell. Refreshments were en joyed during the social hour. This will be the last meeting until Sep tember. Mrs. Edd F. Gardner Entertains Her Club The members of the Current c club and one (neat, Mrs. Joe EL Jo ielightfully entert&lned by Mrs. Edd F. Gardner at her home In FHnley Park Wednesday after noon. Following a two course luncheon rook was played at three tables, with prizes In the game being awarded to Mrs. Chal Mc Nlel for high Bcore and to Mrs. Johnson J. Hayes for low score. Mrs. Hayes, the president, was In charge of a short business aes-' sion. Small green fans, to which were attached bouquets of sweet peas and baby breath tied with ribbon in pastel colors, made at tractive centerpieces for the tables during the luncheon. Mix ed garden flowers were used else where about the rooms. Ej North Carolina medical 'doctor in the U. Lewis Curlee, 21, his degree from Wal lege in 1»50. He school at 17. FOR SALE y » Full Grown .. $1 BLAC HIGHEST Will Start Our Warehous HAYES North W Avenue CO FREE FREE GRAND VIEW 25 BEAUTIFUL WOODED / 2 New 5-Room Ho 22 Head Dairy Ca Including Fresh Cows and! Located On Highways 16 and 18, on fountain Ridge With A Wonderful View Of Thepuntains. (MORAVIAN FALLS r4 Just Beyond The Corporate ijfcs Of WUESMM. I REFRESHMENTS SERVED ON G! % MUSIC BY NORTH WILXESBORO HIGH R( S OL • CASH PRI2S • , 1 • &L -J BAND Long Easy Terms SALE RAIN OR SHII m AT AUCTION WEDNESDAY JUNE 28lH STARTING AT 1:00 L M T. J. FRAZIER REALTY CO., SELLING mtH SALE CONDUCTED

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