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MISS LENA 8:nTiI, Importer
t 'i t actaa last we, it a au
Ui'uied and a4(U; 'nnal t,...ioa ev-
ien hundred and lSi'ty niir.ioo dol
lars for completion of tie mort
gage relief work of the Home Own
,;.freHM0 to T. C. Abernethy. North Carolina
rls Smith a student of E. . ' State Manage of the HOLC with
' - : Beaoquarxere ai swiifloury.
,son Carl, Jr., are spending-, the , T7 - 4
summer in Currituck County.
:. is home for her. summer
si. ' . '
.. ' arlle Smith is IU In the
i 1 :wpital and was getting
Lively at ihe time of this
i Annie Mae Smith of this
i entertained a number of
eds last Friday night by a
y party. The guests were
1 by Weenies which were
lla the back yard. She re
I many nice mad useful gifts.
:ne reported a ntce time. -
. Rommie Holt has returned
i Hew York to graduate from
University of North Carolina.
; will return to New York soon.
s. Mark Smith who Is IU and
; i . drrotfs Hospital is improving
,v- ' .
r. and Mrs. Balds' Simmons of
( 1.! jboro, visited in the bom, of
nr. ana Mrs. w. j. bbuw, fiu-
, Mr. Hugh l.'axwell of the Uni
versity of North Carolina Is ex
ftected home for the summer holi
days. ' ' ' T
Miss Edna Kelly of this flection
Institute of Covernment : Sessions
bi' Cfatpel - :iU June r 10-11
Bailey sot t aughto to Speak
" Heads lefar.
Numbers of city and county of
ficials from this and surrounding
counties are expected, to attend the
Institute of Government's sessions
Is Girdling Test
Of Titfe Safety
Ur rftm riiftiHL .a former real'
dent of Falson, who, now makes in Chapel K-ll. June 10-11, for the
h. hnm. i ki rh Point: was a vis-1 disc u lion of common problems, in-
has returned home from New York 'ltor m town the past week,, i ? t jterpretatton of, 1936 legislation and
after spending a wuue wua ;wla-r ; j . ' e-ca rUcCuttea V, Vss'uUhwr. .ot ,W--,:,mlniBUt4
friends in Greenville Sunday. Jtiye procedure of jhe varioua fed
, Stephanie Moore, of ' Lake' ' '-jH ' Vtf-i!:
Junaluska, visited Miss Helen Tay-J A busy and practical program
lor Una weak. -, has been arranged, featuring Sena-
Mis. Nell Parkm, of Tbomasvllle
oi the horticultural department at
State College. - , , ;
Spraying and dusting are parti)
cularly important at this time of j
year, Gardner poinU out, since it is
.i.. , A -. , , , '
, o i pbkuiuu w.wuuui insects anu Qi-
Indlanapolls, May 27th. The ease before they have time to de-
injn.LljuiI. I sharp-toned roar of powerful mo- j V"P-. - ' '
wr vc U9 iiciwi again a-, uiv auc Bf1 v uuaun Bfiouiu
atanapous opeeaway, wnere prepa ,oe a one uun rigm ume and with
rations are now in full swing for the proper materials. Apply them
the annual racing classic May 30. 1 thoroughly 'to all parts of" the
The cream of America's race driv-' plant. ;: ; ,1,:,
era Are tuning up and testing their I - Calendars 'showing the recom-
Mrs W. R. Gooding is spending
a while wi. her sister, lira.' Jes
se Williamson of Pink Hill.
Ur R P.'Holt In vlHltlnir tiAr
Mr. and !-.. "wuiard Smiut and
hdhv and Mr W. miln visited )
T!,ulnwka..a J I
V line of State officials and federal
cars 0n the huge brick oval. mended spray mixtures for apple
Tire engineers, working to make and peach trees .and the time to
tires safer, are already in the pits use them, may be obtained with-l
headed by J. E.' Hale, develop- out cost from the agricultural edl-1
ment chief of the Firestone Com- tor at State College, Raleigh.
pany. These engineers obtain facts " Frequent cultivation of the soil
that are of tremendous importance will keep down grass and weeds, 1
to motorists. For 86.000 traffic which rob the soil of moisture and i
deaths Kst year, and 7700 wercks food that should be available for
due to blowouts, prove that greater the crops. But do not cultivate too
tire safety is America's vital need.; deeply, Gardner warns, so deep cul-
As the modern automobile has uvation often, injures toe plant
ISAOff MASK Of OUAUTV
Outlav's Bridge Nevs
-.la vuuuna; wr tijui,
JTr . ' . :' 'v. .. 'administrators, and all indications I bmnm mn- morfm tiro nrin. roots.
mJL vi'.ii. x.. Point to a large attendance and a 'eers each vear have mndn new im. In June, he ' adds, succession ,
Mr. and Mrs.;H. S.,Wetmore iMt; in Mrs. Mansfield, will spend highly successful jtoeeUng. - (provemenU In Ores, and many of planting may be made of sweet i
rfuiay. . J fhe summer there at the Beach at I A special feature is the expected . these are based on facts obtained corn, snap Deans, ana cowpeas. to-(
Mr. Buster Smith and Mr. Rom- thei, cottage , , appearance of . lin. Franklin D. from the Speedway. For Instance eed may be planted for a.
mle Holt visited Mi", and Mrs. )Du-1 , , : ... V" ' waa Vivek 00"e' Tuesday afternoon new rubber were developed to coun late crop. .
gld Richardson, Monday. , . 1 A ae"?"f Jhaiindajr esslon. i The first lady is to make teract heat. In fact the most effec- Pleasing the housewh'r is a big
.'.v,i.? . frvTZi...T, .u 'the Commencement addresa at the nve means known today for pre- factor in t;e sale of fruits and vesr- .
txH v liinrin delighted University that ngiht, and North venting internal friction and heat etables, he says. A clean,- weU pre
grm. Mi ,r4eii Cluia officials liope to have her the patented gum-dipping proc- pared product of standard grade
the aunem?ewiin ye m thetf g ueat in the afternoon. ess fo dipping cord fabric in liquid will do much to solve the market-'
rubber proved Its advantage at mg problem.
the Speedway. i o
Tire development engineers point Chatham County farmers report
CasUe School in Japan. " - ! Another aid to local officials will
I 1u at.nhani Moore. Who HSS w o uiaiiuuw vi new ww ai-
.':JS.T-iltv. a very been visiUng Ml Heten Taylor fUng and f -w Lo-
For Only $5.00 Down
You can uutall a short drua 1
lvanhoe in your kitchen and thm
twluice cn be arranged to fit yoar '
budget, in convenient monthly ;
payment. ThU stove is fitted with
four standard Puritan-type short"
drum burners and one Bif Giant
burner which gives 55 more heat
than an ordinary standard drum
burner. Let ut show you one soon.
LEON J. SIMMONS
Mt. Olive, N. C.
Oil Co Stoves
.. . nv. - x-v- n...' n l l ai. -.a ttiemavl IA rlsVl' VUt AVI tUtCVUiiK. cauu lA'WU OUU vuv uiai ouccub CtfL Ult9 LI aCK IIHVH " ' J ...... "
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rrzLzrzi -:;;;7n us. ,y
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hftiriA in Laic Junaluska Monday, county wnicn xnensuiute u pre- gone up eacn year, yet tire failures w Q"aiAa-
AflU 'Nellie COOke Of WnltaKerS rurium w uwmuuwwii at uub uuiv, uu5aWuu ui uic om uay, nave
' i. ... " V1bV AelA'aMlll nAS .. J
IniHrivl ti ornrfthlD With US. I
Xnnle MaiweU spent .Bltf Hill was a .visitor
ral days last week with her sister Jacason , rower , eaiuroay ""7". week, with a buffet supper Monday eve- In fact the drivers seldom
. . lealM foIlMM . KU. AVan O STMAn n S-InH . V. .
Miss Myra who ta a nurse at Duke "gK . - i, to waefc ining, followed by,. the session on even a
Hospital, Durham. , , , Mr. Charlie Lee. Paul Lee, Har-' luf" . . Federal Legislatiw , and Agencies, though
this can be done without
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wlchols and " nurace i, were uwuwh Martin, students at JE. C. T. C-The Sessions Tuesqay morning and toss or ume wmie a car is being
boys of 81ms visited heV Sunday. , f lun?lonl wuroay ajjeehvUle, returned home for their afternoon, which will be separated refueled.
James Parker, accompanied them ' Mr. Kelley HaroUson was a Jlsi-, vaCatlon Monday. , M Joint lunchepn, will be de- For the last 15 years the victor
nome for a visit , - ' j tor at Mr. Paul Price Saturday (lBteldf4 fo, wpBk) i I voted! to new. State legislation. j has used Firestone tires. These
. .4Uh r!niin Herrine and and Sunday. , pain n Warsaw 1 Senator Bailey and Congressman gruelling tests provide Firestone
"r.rt ttfwrd" t 4 Mr. and M. Gorden Deaver and "Jor to toW ThS?y. Doughton will b heard at the Mon . tire engineers with facts not ob-
ITrn wion County ,chUdren were business visitors at M" VamTwho Wfermhr g day night session. The methods for tainable from any other source and
X bIKSsw "8 Saturday evening ' rwaTvUng allocating and administering North have contributed In a large mea-
; sZZ. -L.- o.... ainn anent last ' u ' " ou"" i"1"1 h, mnthor Mrs. t -1C FaJs aroims snare or ine new 4,800,- ""re io maxing nrestone tires
X her aunt MrT M. U hudpen Pent Sunday ' with ' Mr. 'Jlllyof'wn federal program of public stronger and more durable for the
r Week with her aunt, ssrs, anrt Mrs nii riv - i r-ro',wr -JT ' i.. ., w. .v.. lnt0H v. .
)- y'' ten, wa' the guest fut Mrt ijiauon , vi iraa wm w mo vcs ui uuwuni
Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. Hill were Bowden the pastveeK end. ' i central theme of OAs session. jwho drive on America's boulevards
visitors at Mr. and Mrs. aordeHvfVends jofrs. J.. M. Vib.ltenW-BMy State Bngi-i04 Mghways.
.Deaver Sunday evening. who ta ynr K,vwiU,be glad to neer for the PW", A; Mrs. Thorn- 0
j Mr, Horace Lee, Mr. Guy Herdi.kiiowj that lthouf;hjrew..Ul. of the N.'June Suggestions For
sod, Mr. J. R. Lee were, vialtors of doing fine: as this iabjg.wrttten. Carolina E. iV A,; Major A. L. Fie-1 , .
.Mr. Paul Price Saturday night. t Mr. Bill Stanley, , Roanoke, tcher.State Director of Re-employ- j UrChardS and Gardens
- Mr. and Mra Paul PrlceKeUy va., has accepted, a, portion with ment; and the State heads of other i 0
iHardison and the children .were the; Western Union here. Mr. .Stan- federal agencies will outline the
The meeting will get under way i become almost a thing of the past. &Wrfr?$pirtZ"-'
: Outlaw, Jr.
Dr And Mr Eric Benger of Dur-
ham are spending several days this
Week with relatives. , , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Uzzel of Ca
sey's Chapel visited Mr. and Mrs.
'Jesse Outlaw Sunday. - j
Mr, and Mrs. Alvln Outlaw from
e?ar tiiaton, spoui. ouiiu-i, "'-- visitors at Mr. Hubert Brocks of fey wilt, be, here .diuiar .the rucic, work, accompiianmenu, and pro
tUe formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. pjnmny evening. 'aeason. ' ; cedure of their organzaUons for
I. V. Outlaw.
' : Mr, and Mrs. Earl Grady, ' Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Byrd and Mr. and
Mrs. Isham Byrd attended a birth
day dinner for their aunt, In the
ho.ae of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grady
prar Kenansvollle, Sunday.,
Mrs. J.'I1 OUtJaw of Washington
t n n former, resident of this com-
welcome visitor nere
week ' With relaUves and
friends.--,., . . ' -'
Mr. and Mrs. Sam ;'i?n, -of
Grant' Chapel -spent Sunday in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;A ,D.
Outlaw. ' ' ' . 1 ' -
The Cheerio Club members had
a very enjoyable outing last Thurs
day afternoon. First to
i We are Klad to know Mr. Paul c ariaa Helen Tavlor. who has been locar officials -at this meetinar.
Price is improving, ' ' '' " i a student, is now jpenftlag her 4 va-. North Carolina's Congressional
munity was a
Orchardists and vegetable grow
ers consider June an important pe
riod in the cultivation and care of
garden nad fruit crops. i
If a good yield is to be obtained
Snow Hill News
'.eatJontwithrJraUJI disease must be con- w,,, .rT
lun n f. Tikvliw r - ' i ,' !" : IrMnL luncheon Sin o.MsviS- ramntv o snn . v. 9 fv'
I v.. , " r'( r ..a-i 1 -- V " ' " 'rf J OUU 1UWH W'
The rewards, in a business such as ours, often take the form of
intangible qualities. In experience, services which we alone
are able to offer the community, and in the respect of those who
deal with us, we find satisfaction. In these, as well as in the
more concrete results of' saving and good management our
clients are always expected to share.
AN INSTITUTION FOUNDED UPON PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
Branch flanking & trust Co.
,Mr, and Mrs. C, ..WWatton and state, and federal officials Tues-
family.speriti Sunday ta.Gojdsboroj day, wWch" wUl .bft; presided over
visiting reWrivet. ' ; . . v somfmiymsE
Mrs. Claude Walton visltorrrtls? LieutenaiUibWejrtiioy A.' H; Gra
Misa.yLorana Waller spent, ' the
week end with WS Paidme Holm.
es. ,? v uvea in Raleigh .Monday. ,ham, and Speaker Robert Grady
Mr. land Mrs. Taft Herring s,and- Miss EUzabetlt Fajspn a stuflant Johnson wUt preside over the sea
children visited at Mr. Jim Sot sv at uepns-Chipora, .Charlotte, ; ar- ajona on State Leglslatiorv'Tuesday
Sunday p.m. - ' h ) rived home Weilnesday .toJJpenl4 Amimbe of vSute-pepartment
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waller -mm the summer mgrjths, AV home, wtthi neads will be oh hand to lead dis
chlldren of Warsaw were visitors: her. parents, MtjuX, Mrs., L,.F. cussons and give opinions' in per
in our section Sunday. ' ' t Falson., . ' ', , Jswi, beaded by Attorney Genera)
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kornegky" .Misses, AUcn FuwUrd.J5arahiA. A. F,, SeaweH; Chas. M. John
and son Billy visited Mr. Harold McColman SJiiHessrsWJlbur Jol-,on and: W, E. Elasterllng of the
and Miss Dorothy Kornetray :, last lev and Thomas. QTBerrv visited Local .Government
Herman ! week end. , " friends In Ayden. Sunday. 4 Commissioner, of "Revenue A.' 3.
trolled, Bays M. E. Gardner, head
faen. sunjiay. ... i voinimMjiier . m ru: venue a. j.
Park, Goldsboro " then to picture ' sirs. o. . nemng ana aon-aan-r . uessrs. sTancis. w jacwuuaao,.) """til, sou raijuwajr. vnairman
show with a Picnic supper at Wood men asa aaugnier: seima spent jtperiey arr npwaen.tsnani j-avw-vw .rjru;,
. a, . . v ft.. . Nunniv n m. mn . Mn. Anns, pmhi .ill, I'nRnw .HTnr mniiuvn ,n
Ana Laxe. i. .'W . iruuttw. j w-vx?--
I Clyde Erwin, State 8uperlnten-
Mre M. L. Outlaw, Jr. and Jesse vresiDrooK. v, '? - , i,aroima eacn ounaay. . - i av m -uoiic iimti-ucuon; in, a
Outlaw were, chaperones for the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Outlaw and - :Mr, andMrs, Tkncy Aycock;aad ; Aydlettji President;': the Court
children during the afternoon. " j children spent sunday wilh Mrs. cmren,,. of Biack, Creek.Jyjtitl .Clerks Asswla
Miss Pauline-Outlaw is visiting Emma Brinson of Arapahoe. I Mr. sJre.Ju Bureau
hw brother, Mr.' Alvln Outtawtiear H-y-,j v .'and Capt Chas. Farmerof the
Kinston. , - - J children visited at Mr. John Kelly's ' e . . .prDjrh Way,., Patrol head the discus-
Miss Addle. Ford of Greensboro while Sunday p.ura. ' Wgging; of theearly .Irish, crop Mon ieaders for the separate meet-
is spending this week-with -Mlsei z Mrs. R. D. Koraegay and T Mrs. of Beaufort; CouitfyajijiW. Jly..JnJwjijclvwiU be held for school
' Annie MaxweU , : ZolMe Kornegay and children visit- 27. vThe cropis, sva&ced: ani)L law enf orctog
I . Mlsa Ellthe Outlaw left Monday ed at Mr. Edd Komegays Saturday but has, suff.erecj fronj lack; of .atvoiajonjeys,
fMiuHMannrATnanimn K iniimn t. , i
Mlsa Bertha - Kornegay,' spent a
few days last week with her aunt
Mrs. Lola Kornegay . of near Ben
nett's Bridge," ; .
' before going to Boone , to attend
, D. H. Outlaw of Mtj Olive was a
brief visitor here Sunday -. after-
' ; The Mission Circle met with Miss ' Home Loan Bank
rauune . aioimes staiuraay : aitei
' noon for its regular monthly meet
lng, The meeting was called to or
der by the president, Mrs. Herm
an Outlaw. Rev. J. T. Fitzgerald
led the devotional using 15th chap
ter of PBalms Several r readings
were given,, followed with the Mis
sion Study, presented, by Miss Bli
the Outlaw, after which roll call,
Head To Broadcast
ip 9.fWl!k Qnmroit SAnrby the
: vuJW0Wlf JeadUig Merchantsi ,
The steps which the Federal
Home Loan Bank Board are tak-!
ing to. relleva home mortgage dis- j
tress, , to ; encourage more liberal
mortgage terms to home owners
not in distress and to insure the
savings of investors held, in pri-
1 inutea and a short business ses-.Vate. thrift and home financing
si.m was held. During a delightful instttutions, will be, discussed in a
S'H-Ial hour Mlsa Holmes was as-, broadcast from Washington
e ted by her sister, Mrs. Mordecla tonight over the" Red NetworkKof
L..zzard in serving a-salad course the National Broadcasting System
with lemonade. There were twen- at 10:80 Eastern Standard Time by
v.ator. - " ' 1 that Board, under the auspices of
tivtiJed the Unlveraallst Celebration
in Kenansvllle Sunday."
, f Albertson News
- 1 '. s . i o '.i .) . . ...
Elder Porter and Eldar Chester
rris held a meeting at Albert
1 Church Thursday night
s are glad to report that' Miss
e Potter Is improving after
' ng spell of sickness. -r.
Joe Lee la a guest 'at Miss
la Mae and Julia, Jones- this
r. Kelly Hardlson visited' . Mr.
i Mrs. Paul Price Saturday
t and Sunday.' He took them to
, lerbert Brock's Sunday after
find Mr. Guy Hardlson went
. Delia Price visited Mrs. Ell
1 Sunday afternoon.
. rorace Lee and E. K, Hill
' - s at Miss Julia JoneB
tho National Radirt Forum anrl tha
Washington Evening Star. Mr. Fa
hey will deal particularly with the
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