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THCftSDAV, JUNK 27.
NUWH CAROLINA STATE
Mr. M. N: BoBtic of Burgaw vis,,
lted his father, Mr. H. N. Bostic
Saturday evening:. ' .
Mr. Joe Houston and,! children
Raymond and KebnTan spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed-.
lit Il'lh Teacl.ir.- Revolutionizes t;
Iry In Vcke County , - " ; ; K!
By DR. J. MARTIN FLEMING ' ' L' '
Dental Member, Walts County Board; of Health .'
1 writer has'; said that
. orisons , are .-odious,"
'..rasa has 'been often
, evecialljr where a steady
ient has not, been ' ac
"1 nor the qU ratio of
1 maintained. K But when
; -pare the rapid improve
in mouth healthtconditions
u'ne Pounty wifhysonditions
. tkat v comparison! are not
1, but- rather that thev be-
3 a matter of pride and a
'y boyhood,, more than fifty
t s ago, was an averair boy
J .of the country- boy of that
i e. I knew nothing of dentists
; r of dentistry. Tpe fact is, J
. bt if I knew, thete, was such
a profession as dentistry. My
I t knowledge of ieath even was
a', en aa -aching si i-year molar
4 t , . i Hiiy urove me w a pay sicia 11
to have the tooth -attracted. - It
was a rough experience1, the mem-
ry of , which ..will ; continue ' to
-;er with me,-but I was, told
t I should see a, dentist; that,
obably, was my firt knowledge
mat there was suelf' profession.
My home was in Wake County,
a county supposed Jto be an aver
t county, of aycyrage ; intelli-
'nee, and this experience was
not -different from' that of other
111 " .1 . 1
enuuren 01 inai same aay ana
generation; AUan. iyou j imagine
e uub. ignorance i n apy child of
today, even in remote sections of
tue state, not tynicntiou the
counties more , ceotrVrJly located!
And what has cauetpiis change!
The awakening bjis baen al
n;o.t wholly theri-esjjt of mouth
I . Uh teaching in tbe schools,
i or some years' "Wake? County has
antained a whole-time school
1st, He has worked faith-
. y and well, and, jfogethor with
- ork of the,1Sate- Board of
h, ithaa fttoqr" become al
1 s impossible t& find any child
. 1 . a county whiar. has : not been
1 m. I something 6f -mouth' health
1 .1 ,v- !.' " .t f . . . 1 ;
1 toe genera -care at xne teem
From gross ienpanee'of tootli
that all parents have taken nd
vantage, of this knowledge.' ; Sotns
1 xrom gross iKuorance 01 tooin
problems the- children have ie
come ."toothwisovl' i- I may ' use
that, expression, and have talked
teeth so- much at honie' that thetr
parents ae becoming" ''tooth pri
-aid than, that A little child
'all .lead them." Not onlv have
y been led in a funeral wav.
la.t the actual coHd'onj iti each
iilividual child's .v mouth i haVc
- fi '
' , I
, ' , $ I
,- DR. J. MARTIN FLEMING '
will always 'neglect1 the most ur-;
gent needs ofri a "ichild--vncelim-'
(ion against smallpox, typhoid
vaccine, -diphtheria antitoxin.;
hey will take, a chance. We
will probably have sueh parents
as these with us always,' but they
are not in the majority. Num
bers -are taking advantage of all
health ; information 'given thrift1
and .thanking those wha give it.
They know that .neglect leaves its
I permanent mark not , onfy in th
moutn ot tne cm id, but on its
general health.'-" :
Probably" in no lin,of. hraftli
work, has s, much progress bean
made, nor .with ;such far-reaching
results, as in mouth health teach
ing in. Wake County. SAfid .tb
beauty of it ip we ' are just bq
Under the authority- Vested In
the undersigned, by virtu of a lien
for labor done and performed and
for materials furnished, in the re
pair of a certain . Ford, Roadster,
1928 Model, belonging to Arnle
: Hall, a statement, ui. wnlch . has
I been furnished to the said Arnie
"!, ' .'; v . 1 i peen lurnisnea to we saia Arme
Mrs. Ned Houston and son, Allen. Hn,i th aid Arni Hmi h
spent Sunday with, Mrs.. WUl Mil- ing Deett n0UfiecL as required by
ler. ' - Law, and the account for said la-
Mr. and Mrs. faidney Hunter and , bor a, material atiU being Unpaid
son Cecil, Mr, and Mrs. Bay Bach-1 &ni the Ford .Roaster stilt
elor and son, Baybern and ; Miss nff jn my vposession( and the a
Minnie. Wade spent Sunday at toount due for safd renairs and ma.
Misa Macy Miller spent the week
end with Miss Vera Miller, i ,
Mias Fannie Mae Miller has re
turned home after . an ; extended
visit at Bowden wth relatives. .
Mr. Leslie Turner and Misa Mary
Grace Sumner spent , Sunday at
White Lake. , '. . , '
. Miss Doris Miller of Beulaville
spent the week end with her' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller.
' Miss Aldene : Hines spent . last
week With Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bos
tic, ; ' , r-, . , -
Mr, Charlie Likens1 visited Misa
Aldene Hines Sunday evening.
r. And Mrs. Walter Millef" and
children visited relatives in Beula
ville Sunday.. ' ' ,
. Mr. John Wesley Veacb of near
Warsaw spent- Sunday afternoon
with- Miss Mary Lou Bostic. .
.' Messrs- Rom Jarman and Boh
Mlnton and little James Ray Wood-
ard visited here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Ralph Veach visited 'Miss
Reba Wlnstead Sunday evening. "
Mrs. Davis Blalock spent .. Mon
day with Mr. anu Mrs. Leon Bla
lock. . - ' ,
Mr. Joseph Brinkley 6t Chinqua
pin called, on Miss Macy . Miller
terial being in thf amount of forty
fiv -dollars, 1 will sen to', the
highest bidder for cash, at my Ga
rage, in Kenansviue, is. i.. i.n
Monday,, July 15th., 1935, at the
hour of 11 o'clock A. M. the said
Ford RoadBter for . tne purpose of
paying for said repairs and mater
ial.. j( i
Date of Sale Monday, July 15th.,
11:00 o'clock A. M..
Advertised, "June 25th., 1935.
' CLIFTON J. BRINSON,
Holder ,and ownef of Lien.
7-4-2t. J .A. G
and Mrs.' Jim 1 u:kett of Chinqua
pin, Mrs. J. O. Pickett, Mrs. Inea
Wilson and children, Miss Virginia
Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Abb Pick
ett and Mrs.. Frank Lanier and
There will be a dedication and
home coming day at Cedar Fork
Baptist church the 5th Sundv f
June 30th.' - Everybody is cordial
ly invited. '
.Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Thlgpen :
announce the birth of a son, Al-'
ford ,ayne on Saturday, June the!
Miss Brunnie Lanier.. -
Cedar Fork Items
,Mr, and Mrs. Gorman Iinnson
took dinner Sunday wi Hi Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Sou,therlanJ.
Misa Margaret'- Haywood took
dinner with Misa 03cplun 'liugpen
Sunday. . -
Mr. and Mrs. Dossie Lamer spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. w. M.
Lanier ' .
Mr .and Mrs. A. R. Ward spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Plgford
Jones.1 ' ! t
Mr .and Mrs.' W. D. Hradshaw
I .nil an Ptvtnn T3tttHa,,i.ir t
IS. GTJ?1Z1"?1,W Mrs. B. R. Mallard spent Su
ml rtnv with Mr nnrf Mm I
Dailys Chapel Choir are invited
to be with us at Friendship . the
first Sunday in July, Everybody is
invited to come and bring a basket.
Miss Jane. Swinson and' Mr. and.
Mrs. Ellis Royal and -Mr. Daniel
Royal attended a birthday meeting
at Plney Grove Sunday: The Dar
ly'a Chapel Choir attended the ser
vice too. ' Their songs Were enjoy
ed very much. ' 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Moore at
tended a dinner at Rose- Hill Sun
day with Mr. and-Mrs. Kdson Brin
ion. n , ;
Miss Ruth Pickett entertained rel
atives and friends at her home
Sunday. , . - t
. The following were present: Mr.
ginning a'.realizatipn? of its ulti-.
mate result. It is sometliin7 vou
cannot measure , with ordinary ' l' Mr 0,1(1 Mrs- Euis Royal visited
comnarlsons. , ., " 4 ir. m muh aww ur oev-
ihe health- of future Kener.v
tions is bettered ty ,fhe"heAlth of
this generation, -and the' tiext Bv
. .V..' . : :"
the r next, in an evejrineresaint;
ratio of lmnrovement. I ti is' dif
ficult to tell' what another' fifty
will do for (his county. .--We, have
no reason to think there" will- be
any step 1, backward, - while :,an
cqual;pa?e forward woula -carry
us a Ions way towards the ftp-
No truer word was eor I pro.-.r h" of '. preventive?-' -Mther
man a cu-;t.vc jpracpee 01 den
tistry. , - , rl '
' Yon may say, that is an Uto
pinn (hrnm, hut it is a worthy
one' and '' n!d twe'-our best
-U'loiivOTs t'- :'"'c such; a dream
h- ri . ' " Uvea, " '
1 ;n brouglit to-tht'f at-frtn;
I This does not ndw-,v "'
1 ORTS FOR JUNE
Cur Club met June the 4tb with
1. Wells Thomas.'. The meeting
1 called to order by the presi
We' all sang "Follow the
n" and read the dub collect
t ' "J Afer whltch the minutes
i i 1 t meeting were read and the
1 " t-i.:2ed, SS meifibers responded,
. ; &uo had 0 visitors present. -1
;te committee who was appoint-
at our last meeting to make
-sments for all of our club
: to attend the , district
T at Carolina Beach, 4 June
1. Made a report stating, that
y i i secured a truck' to take
10 were intere-ted In going.
j. McSwain ge a very tnter
r and helpful domonatration
nltation". Each of our dif
t leaders were present - and
! liaort but interesting reports.
t which our:: hostess served
ivhes, lemotiide, pickles and
. ' .'8 adjourned to meet with
- 'i Killer in. July.
t a ha an amendment ' to
en Sprtnge Saturday nlghit.
jMr, and, Mrs. 'Ellis Stokes -and
family- attended a . family, reunion
given at the home of Mrs 'Anna
Best-Sunday. " ,v
Miss Molina Parker is spending
eral days in Fremont.
The vocal union-will be at Snow
ill; church Sunday, jETune SO. They
re' expecting a larger' number In
.he choir than ever before.
When in Kinston v
Make Your Head-
e; b.; marston
Where You Get
What You Like
and Like What
T H Ji BIG
Kinston, N. C.
Phones 50 and 51
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L. HARVEY & SON CO.
Kinston, N. C.
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MSf'l :iui:i r
j J. L. Houk, age 78,' Burke Co.
poultryman, has made a celar pro
fit of $137.10 from the sale of
young chicks raised this year. He
also raised all . the chickens . he
wanted to eat and an ample supply
for breeding and laying purposes
or for sale later.
President Roosevelt, in execu
tive orders; sets up new NRA.
Auxiliary Meets Mon.
The Womans Auxiliary, held . a
special meeting in behalf of Mis
sion Court at- Grove Presbyterian
Church Monday 'afternoon at 4:00. j
A fine representation of the. local
workers was present, and a large
group from Faison attended as in-j
yited guests for the occasion. Mrs. '
R. V. Wells,President of the Local ;
Unit presided and the principal
address was given by Rev.F. L.
Ooodman who spoke of the history
work, and needs of Mission- Court.
This building is the North Carolina'
unit of the Missionaries home in
Richmond, giving -the return Mis
sionaries .a place to call home'whlle
they are here for the furlough.. .
"I A good offering was made to
help reduce the 'present debt on the
property. J y ' ' s
A, social hour followed the meet
ing and punch and tea cakes were
served by; the noma Auxiliary, s ,
y." 8. Treasury averted a money
war by saving the franc.
Fineercrinta ' on cloth' are re
DAT PHONE 46
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NIGHT PHONE 878 and 208
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i v " KINSTON, N. C.
All over the world thousands of
housewives are saving food, time
and money with the Superfex Oil
Burning Refrigerator.. And while
they re saving, their - meals are
better too, with less work and few
er hours In the kitchen. It costs
less than. $10 a year to achieve
these gratifying resujts, because
Superfex derives its .powder., from
kerosene, the cheap fuel . that is
conveniently available everywhere.
Constant food ' preservation . . .
Ice cubes when needed -; ; ..'the
means to ..make delightful meals
from "leftovers" . . . your1 choice
of 'many delicious desserts, ice
cream, cooling drinks , .. ..all these
things are yours with a Superfex.
Superfex Is made in five different
models. There is one to suit your
requirements..-. 1 j .
Just call us and we'll .arrange a
free demonstration. ;,
LEON r J. SIMMONS
'; . . - MT. OLIVE,- N. O. ,
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f Product sl PrfthAJtoV Company
Wear; Glean Clothes
TIES may look alike on the outside,
but on the inside where blowouts
start, they are different. Firestone
fires are made blowout-Droof b Gum.
Dipping, a patented extra process which
oaks every cotton cord and insulates
.very strand with pure liquid rubber. Ia
fact, every 100 pounds of cotton cords
absorb eight additional pounds of liquid
rubber. This special process prevents
internal friction and heat, the main cause
nf blowouts. No other make of tire is
I mm-Dipped, yet you. pay no more for
I irestone blowout-proof protection than
you are asked to pay for tires built without
;his patented safety construction feature.
The make of tires you buy for your
car becomes a matter of vital importance
n hen you realize that there were 882,000
automobile accidents in 1934 injuring
974,000 people and killing 36,000 and
:at 43,000 of these accidents were
c-tused by blowputs, punctures and
Firestone High Speed Gum-Dipped
T res hold all world records on road and
utck for safety, speed, mileage and
endurance. These records emphasize the
.ii disputed evidence that Firestone Tires
r i not only blowout-proof but give
t-eatest protection against skidding.
THERE ARE THREE QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS THAT WILL SOLVE YOUR
PROBLEM OF WHAT TIRES TO BUY
j "Will the tread give me the greatest traction and protection
Recent tests by a leading University show that Firestone
High Speed Non-Skid Tires stop a car 15 quicker than any
other of the leading makes.
For eight Consecutive years Firestone Tires have been on
ttie winning car in the dangerous Pike's Peak Race where a
skid means death- This is undisputed evidence that Firestone
uives car owners greatest protection against skidding.
Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires have the most amazinu
records for being blowout-proof of any tires ever built. In the
gruelling 500-Mile Race at Indianapolis, May 30th, everv one
of the 33 cars was equipped with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires.
Kelly Petlllo won the race and broke the record over this
26-year-old rough brick track without tire trouble in fact,
not one of the-33 drivers had tire trouble of any kind.
Ab Jenkins drove his 5,000 pound car on Firestone Gum
Dipped Tires over the hot salt beds of Utah, 3,000 miles in
'li'A hours, at an average speed of 127.2 miles per hour, with
'vraperatures as high as 120, without tire trouble of any kind.
These are most amazing proofs of blowout protection ever
3 "Without sacrificing these two important safety features
will they give me longer mileage, thus malting them the
most economical tires I can huyi"
Firestone High Speed Tires not only give you more than
5) longer wear, but also lowest cost per mile. This Is made
passible by the tough, wear-resisting tread built with higher
Moulders and a wider, flatter contour. This thick, rugged,
scientifically designed tread is held securely to the Gum-Dipped
cord body by Firestone's patented construction of two extra
layers of cords under the tread. This is a special construction
ieature not used in any other tire. Unequaled mileage records
by thousands of car. owners add undisputed evidence of the
longer wear and greater economy of Firestone High Speed
Tires. . '
vealed by new police technique.' 1 jk , .,' "1 ,w'
sdbbb y Attention Ladies
C. E. QUINN
.a i- nrvn nvmrsii. RTORB ' M f 1 Wearir
t i ' I I " We have In our Cleaning
imit now Mr.. Geo. H.!
t fciack cor. of everything needed on the farm. j
,i; a aiid Cement. Fertiliser and Nitrate or oaa en
:L HAMPERS FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE, j
zi Your Headquarters
Davlea of Savannah, Georgia. Mr, Davtea has had twenty, yeara I
experience-In Dry -Cleaning;, and specializes on Ladle: Fine
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pUY) CLEANERS t HATTERS
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mmmmmmksJstSSSaskmUim Made with the highest (ride of
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um-Uipped COrdS NndUVl balanced and rigidly inspected and
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protection. Gum-Dipping M' ""enui"' me iL ,
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tread gives more V "2J if . r I
Hkm 50 longer ) vT?M S 50"20 ' C
non-skid wear, f J f J
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tfyf PROGRESS TYPE Tp
fa'gf ffi Oum Aetata: j
gWllf EIualor superior to any
fMitVV.Mtf, i ' Suptr or DeLuxe line of ';
Wf.S "WlsmS "re' built' "ilesi of
ml name, brand or by whom
gfEM' liJe, oc u what price
iff Equal or superior to any
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S&Mjf''' I lia fur mass iis'ributors,
WSM.'M f itfSiA advertised without the
Bro v manutaaurers name or
i?:jgr t guarantee. ' ;
mww' J Jf''$aR times the Firestone Ii
zmW' Jif ?amf "nd Ruarantee. 1
!&ftpn V Ar" r.qual or superior to any ;
jacfr'Jl tire tn this price class. !
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W&'i$fJrjt A For car owners who
g&p nee new t,re MfV 41
mit&r J veI7 1W price.
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Strickland Sales And Service Co.
. Warsaw, North Carolina, "