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. . i. ! i ... ..-. i ., o . iouJ were
v s U comi.iumly Sunday
i n th of a s -n on
, - Mrs.
j .is. K.iiiihy Quinn and tluM-i
Mary Lily and Ella Mae Qulnii
visited in the home of her, father
Mr. Ira Westbrook, v where Mr
Westbrook has been, right sick for
about two weesk.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Grady at
i , tf ' ' to Join later as
i r t wil last through the
i i f rn X April.
n.ir film is to do much improv-
it, a uafu asvv aisa uuiu w - -- -
. the exact amount to d.-'e. h- z at little cost thereby eliminat-
i a the reports turned in to in E,ine pwiumu
e jrreater number of our ing. in orueii-iu uu w
i by our menuii,
y from poultry, e, sjs
s left would run iuio .
I have not been able to i
1'. . Thomas gave Mr. Exa
rf ? n jitlitiili" ai rlDi4tr Via Wnno.
s.on b t his birthday. There were tended -a birthday dinner Saturday
18 ati- nee. .-,x " near Mt. Olive. '
lr. 1. ...and Thomas spent" Fri-i Mr. Ktrby Quinn and daughter
day ve U-g with Mr. C. D. lTho-1 Inez Quinn. were to Warsaw Frt
mas. ' ' '" day.
turned from his .visit to Orential.l n 0 home ,Mrs
. n .... v;. . WMfhmnU ncoi- Wnlr WI11.-T:
has just re-
New Hern and Enfield.
We are sorry to have to report
Miss Nellie Whitman la staying
: tha homn of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Westbrook near Pink Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Quinn visit-
i ao una we are we tuw wmijf'im "jiuiii? -, . . A i
n "taw "made Improvement ' learning to do a good paint Job.jthe death, of Mr Amoua Hall om,"--.
t.iii-uirlnir meals. Thev have how to mix paint, stain noors ana or .our oiuem ciuim. ruuwn.e- r
- A RARE'
GET MY WIND
I'M NO ATHLETE, BUT CAMELS
ARE MY CIGARETTE TOO. I
AGREE WITH CARL HUBBELL
THAT CAMELS ARE MILD. THEY
NEVER IRRITATE MY THROAT
: l UUiaUl.Ml r "V - r
tried to serve more vegetables and refinish furniture. And what a ya
. . . rs.
. Mm. John Hill Sanderson,
Housefurnlslilng Leader -
' t (Toe late for last week) ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Hudson of
Turkey visited realtlvea here Sun
day afternoon. " -
Mrs. Teachey of Rose Hill spent
a while Sunday afternoon with heT
brotbar, Mr. E. -P. Best.
Miss Lioulse Brown was the week
fruits, also milk and butter.
In -conclusion I might say that a
well balanced diet offers to every
one health insurance wmcn wui
yield gratifying returna on what
we Invest In It. T
- ivr- i HV1 n A .., (.inn nivi
. ' VV H I UVa .1111 v luui vut ...w
' ject leaders for one year now and(
ie Short trlbutlons at each club meeting. To
first prize prove our advancement, -we have
i. Powers added seventeen members since'
Uiville were January of this year. ' "
tost and had , . Respectively submitted, 7
ng the win- Mrs. Norwood Miller,'
r N Foods Leader. , '
j! lerinher' Each of the7 women's cluba in
' . .. 'toat Anrinsr .Tulv. Reports of all nH mIMt of Miss Ruth Boykin
t in our club county winners will be published in i Mrs. J.' H, Boyette Visited Mrs.
i-nrq wpra to THE TIMES at an eany aaie. r. whitman Monday. . i ' t
.,',r,r,fllrtion on ' MUS. SANDERSON IS SRD. Mr. Roscoe Whitman spent Sun
Ttn Serve at' "Ml John HiH Sanderson of the with Mr. D. J.est. , J ;
ladle, donned Miller Home DemoatraUon Club uttle Miss Oleta Hurson spent
otiTfnr the oo-awarded third winner In the Saturday afternoon with Mrs. E.
on intprpstini- Project Leaders Report contest r, Hudson. , .. . -
.... 1. , . .1 rtiiA' .ri,itt ar
their July meeting. .- . -
- Mrs. Sanderson has Just complet
ed painting the walla, woodwork
and floors of her living room and
has offered this room as a demon
stration to her club members. Mrs.
Sanderson has made a aplendld
leader for her club and her report
Vices were held Sunday at .2:00
n'riock at his home. Interment was
held in the family cemetery..- ,
' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benton- an
family visited Mrs. Benton's pa
rents at LaGrange Sunday, t
Mr. Ben Grady and family ! of
Kenansville visited JMrv and Mrs.
Mrs. B. A. Daughtrey's sister
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd of
hear Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Williamson of hear" r KenausvUle
were visitors in the home of Mr.
Eddie- Grady's Sunday, ' ...
Mr. and Mrs. jftuf ua Stroud, val
ued at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy Quinn and Mr. and -v Mrs.
TTji rnt. Hnuflton Sundav: :' ' :a-
' .Mr. and Mrs. Pickett Chambers .
: M d. A
CARL HUBBCU, star pitcher
of the New York Giants
(SCJGLIS COSTLIIR TOBACCOS !
'. f.iese tw6 meet
1 to be ery help
. , inonstrated mak
ich was delightful
well as delicious to
' we discussed the
ntlals. In Febru-
,. ae stuuy n .yww . tremendous . amount
(brvarv meals. In " : ' . Mrs. Biani
- a demonstration ZLT Z "poTt:"
Tha Mairirle McMillan Circle met
with Mrs. L. E. -Wells', at 3:00
o'clock. Monday afternoon. Mrs.
nrnrtrt Wells led the program:
rIiToplc: i'The Jews and The Gospel".
01 .... nr.ii- n.,o.ht fK Rl-
'ads and stressed workers in her club. . The report j x Mi8oeenoua ghower was glv-,
of serving a var- follows: .. ' - en for Mrs. John Birmingham, rorT ,
during tha spring "1 was " appointed House Fur-'meriy Sallle Southerland ; at the
1 loss of appetite. " nishlng Leader of our . Club last home of Mrs. Rivers Roubo Satur- (
. ij an(j May meet- October At 'the following ,mcet- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Blrm
il njllk for Sound ing In November I gave a demon- mgham are making, their home in
ved pictures of chil- stratlon on How to make an Oiled .Wilmington. , . j
" 1 been drinking milk Floor Mop, This mop was made I Mrs. VanCourt and children are
' i contrast with those by cutting strips from the tops of visiting relatives in Graensbora. -
Pnrh member was old socks and treating them with, . Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Wooten and t
' ''aLn "'UUCT. w. . ... v. .trina .ihkr Ann hf Charlotte '
U the difference in me "''' r -- ---
e bones of the body of sewed together the mop was drop- are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Iser esoeclallv In this'ped Into a Jar, the sides of which. Wells this week. .
4 broS Williams was the
t TTtako nuK U pteas- Boiled linseed oil may be used io guests of Mrs. J. B. Wells last
''tltlseasv and of all good advantage. ' This demonstra. week.'. -. - ''--
t a oL which we are Oon proved that -we can save un-j Ross Turner spent last week at
r from childhood. Al- l amounts i oT money by njftklng home. - - '
r most nearly perfect our mops at home. Mlsa Sudle Herring of Rose. Hin
i rrotectfv food! pro-1 December I qoltoeted pictures 'spent the week end with Miss Eu-
, jjiuiyyuT? r . .1 . . w ' Amho,, how- to renia Forlaw. o.' ' i V .
. i tm many or we e- - "r v.t,", - Mr, . Wallaand
we discusied "Froien H the spring I attended the Rev. S. G. Harness were guests of
JSSmJcCVmut. and Mrs. Edgar Wells Sun
o,vAri new desqerta I trig at whlch tlme I reselved a lot'day. - T ' ' ,
r a reuawe -om Mm." Lola Mae McKenzled
Fn for' properly conduct a club meeting, children. L. O, Jr., B1U and Day-
r 4ut meV. and other helpful BUggestlon. time and M. Xlvls ; Cleak .of
r ,t T Zto. have In March I gave a demonstration Clinton wera week end guesU of
Furniture, and re- Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McMillan. -
t nmXJ,t' and Mref H P mImC' ' -.
f LwahiH 'fmih Leader's School at Kenansville con- and MrsH. u. Mcjaman..
of vegetables, fruits Mf Hujl a McMlllatt of
' ' . iu HtAti. Bneclallst I received at this New York la spending his vacation
?t Si a'loto
no in Duplin will re- on walls and wall Finsihing, alw - ; ,
i Si00 and S7.00 re- u y
- . i first, -second..' and range draperies, I too, reewvea
i as our quota of 850 sample of different wall finishes
,e entered? ! 7ave gv- and in April gave a demonstration
. member a State Can: on Walls and Wall Finishes at our
' t guido them in their club meeting. At this meetinr I
b . , , showed niotures of different walls
1 rounrts of meat 1 eo' nd Mmples of different
- .u.a Floor Finishes. . ' , 1 .--.. .
x' In May I Joined the-House furn I: ' f v
ishing Contest which is being spon-
i sored by each oluo in tno county. -4f -
Since then I nave painteo my ny
i ing room through our - Home A
'cent's instructions, demonatratlntr
t -,flrV ,;that we can save by doing our
uuCiij worj j alsovyarnished my floor and
rug to show the finished work.;
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I . MICE!
Mortar C( tax Tmm Solan
The car is yours. Wfhe streets and highways, too... we want you to drive
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' w"""' Your Chevrolet dealer is host! You
' are his invited guest!, Invited to
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' on the hills, on A straightaway, vand learn how
much nner it is than any other low-pncea can
And how much more satisfied you'll be to own
the only car in the lowest price range with a beauti
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construction, and the famous gliding Knee-Action
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OmpJe Chevrolet' ino delivered price, and ea GM.A.C, terms. A General Moton Value
fro .I'liTTi 1 iui
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DEAUR ADVERTISEM EfJT
JONES CHEVROLET COMPANY
j ? Pink Hill, N. C,
1 Crf irliS for ! I And in checking up our House-
1 23 CENTS
, o 1
, furnlshine' renorta bv everv Club
member all bav rehung pictures,
. I purchased towels, bed . linen, and
- new curtains. Quite a number have
- - had remodeling work ' done- and
.v" jhave purchased new furniture. . '
Some new members have Joined
the hou-5 -'isrtii t f oi7t,"!t and
. .-,1, i. aUt Ex
posure Koll and E'.ht Prints 40c
Srathcni Art Co.?
, N. C.
i " ?;
Nhat is the yardstick
: for a cigarette...
" Take mildness for one thing how
' does it measure up for' mildness? '
- " T Chesterfields are milder not flat or
insipid, of Course, but with a pleasing
flavor. -; " -'
Then take taste for another thing
docs it have plenty of taste? ' r . ,
. Chesterfields taste better not strong
but just right. -''.." .
' ' In other words, They Satisfy
that's my yardstick for a cigarette.
Vnesicruciu ...me ctgarem mat inaiuo iuhamx
193J, llCCBtT Myim Toiacco Co.