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': Misses Doris faiiuui i t J .
Albertson and Messrs .. 1 I i e. J
: well tsd James Coutherland spent Comity 0 l e II, 3 i. Ja i )
Sunday at White Lake and, Eliza- he marrie1 ! ' n. t t .1 Turner, v .0
bcthtown, .- - ' survives 1 '1 to them the fol-
Mr. 'and Mrs, Clayton .i Rouse, I"' S - 1 e 1- n; O ( ar,
Mrs. Ray Rouse' and Mrs.. Effie Gordon a l.Ltua Ji.;im and
Davis of Moss Hill and Mrs. H. 8. Mrs- L " Two bU p-chil-;Wetmore
and Norma Stanley Wet- dren survive; L avid Jubn Turner
more of Raleigh- were guests of M- Ohve ani I' j Janie Turner
relatives near Pink Hitt Sunday. who a lived 4a the home. There
Those attending a demonstration on grand child, LeRoy Joyner.
of Dr. Burnette'a Cook Ware at the r. Joyner also leaves two bro
home Of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey thers, C. H. Joyner of Ooldtiboro
Kennedy Friday evening; were Mr. and J. R. Joyner of Mt Olive, and
and Mrs. . Melvin Jones, Mr. and flve Bisters, Mrs. Louis Summerlln
Mrs. Ike Stroud, Mr. and Mrs. T. ot Summerlln Cross Roads, Mrs.
A. Turner, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B Winder of Faison, Mrs. Jhon
Health, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy James of the Friendship section,
and Mr. and Mrs Aaron Mumhv. Mrs. Dora Sullivan of Suffolk. Va.
Cl.li Ulll ihnnnin in Vlnatnr. SJld MlH. R. D DbvIiI nf Rnfllltdn.
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Saturday afternoon included: Mrs. cus
E. R. Maxwell and son, Misa Celia Funeral services were held at the
Maxwell, Mr. Montimer Maxwell, home Friday afternoon conducted
Mrs. Meivin jones, Mrs. u ja. xur- oy tne pastor Rev. F. L. Goodman,
; ner, Mrs. H. E. Maxwell, Mrs. Ho- assisted by Rev. J. L Knight, of
ra.ee Tyndall, Dr. Ludlow Turner, Mt Olivp, and interment wan made
Mrs. Herbert Jones, 'Mr. XJlton in the family burying- ground Just'
Maxwell, Flyod Heath, Floyd Hea- across the field from Stanford
th, Jr, and Harvey Turner.' ', Presbteyrian Church, : 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Kennedy). Mr. Joyner will be greatly mlss-
r 1, con-
1 camp at Mt.
ii a successful
1 t t.me was
tot, Ot 1. ..
they vti .:.) i
n y f, 1
eiiiun, f" 1 ,
Untie 1. -j 1 ,
towanls a f ,
Mr. Joj . r
the Woodman c f 1 13
nected with the 1
Olive. He has b
farmer and for a
the leading merchant lor that sec
tion of the county. . i
Applied To 1C:j.V-8s
The transverse spring, an out
standing feature of Ford cars ever
since they have been on the market
has been newly applied to the Ford
V-8 for 1935, according to Norwood
West, Jocal Ford dealer.-'
"In the 1935 Ford, the front
I spring is 7 1-8 inches longer and
.r",r " .t"""rrB' ea in mat community, ho has al-' 1-4 of an incb wider," be says.
Kenansville. . t , r ,..,ways been avtlve la aU civil andf'The rear is sliirhtlv longer than
- o . v. ; - Jreiigious affairs. He was a ruling in the 1934 Ford car .and both
T. O. "Uncle TikeW elder and aerk of f on Tn front and rear springs are "softer"
vv ,wU uwuviu , imujiciiiu gvuiuvu ui inwrove riainEr comron. xne
Joyner Laid To Rest( wblch he "eiped to bund.
spring leaves have been widened
During the time that he was in and tapered toward, the' ends to
Tychicus Onesimus Joyner; bet? good health he was seldom absent, give greatly Increased flexibility
ter known to his friends as Uncle 'rom 018 church and Monday) "" -i-i-" - 1
- like, died at his home six mileit ocnooi. , , - ' - 1 QQQ&i&Wlwt&SGQQQ&yQQQQ
east of Mt Olive, July 11 at 8:16. Mr. Joyner could tell many stor
He had been troubled with bis sto- les of the old days when he used'
mach for the past several years. t search Goshen Swamp for ; op
, and was stricken with a bad heart posums and Raccoons, and he knew
Makes Bread Good to the last Crumb FOR SALE by the
Following leading Merchants: . .r n
C E. QUINN, PACKERS ' '
' Kenansville ' . Warsaw '
PAUL THOMPSON ' ,V GRANTS "
Richlands x h ' '- Klnston -Ik
P. TYNDALL; ." - - L. O. TURNER
Pink Hill f Pink Hill .
QUINN ft PARKER , "l " T. W. QUINN ,V
BeulavUle 1 KenansvUle, R, F. D.
- ' HOLTS STORE ; ,-', ,
, Seven Springs, R. F. D. ! " - v
Yea Ifs WATER GROUND Put up and guaranteed by-r
Maxwell's Mill ; J
!.J H. D. MAXWELL, Prop. , . '
PINK HILL . . ' , . . . ROUTE 8
When in KINSTON
. MakeYoar Head
quarters at V
E. B. Marston
Fresh Stock Seeds
Cadbage, kale, ;
' THE BIG,
Kinston, N. C. .
Phones 50 and 51
t ' 1 " ' " - " Zi
i H V Vv ? mis i'jjfYi r-irif'f
I I x N. ", V. .-;.We have plenty of proof taken
I . x . . .by "foot-prlntlna'? G-3 tirea
I N. Si n V after lonj, hard servke on the,
I n V cars of our customers. Come '
I ' v- ' V thi great PUBLIC 1
WWT XsX PROVED thr
j Xiriit i
THAT DE1T0 Of.
"G-3" users say the tire is even better than we claim!
Let us show you the flatter, wider, thicker tread;
. closer-nested non-skid blocks, wider ribs, extra . ,
, robber (average of 2 pounds more per tire) and '.
' demonstrate Supertwlst Cord which protects against
, blowouts. With all Its extra features you can still -buy
a G-3'? All-Weather at NO extra cost! , ;
RIDE AS YOU PAY
for Hew GooJyecrs
' as low as "
All v " " A n nn
G. A. Wect'c Garao
One Step Service
It. F. D YizTzzn
, 1 43 MOR"
' ZAL IXIJ-S3LID7-freqent!jr
J MARGIN cf
. VI - IT etcs cars q':cLcr 1 1
' m r-"- -t"-
cc::d jij ;
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; OVt.T Ull' 1 !
t, vtiiile the t
.e car re.i a i
' and provlue e
- 1J.;5 Ford V-8, and ; ' i i
! for ease of control r :)
; operation," he, con-U , s, i t i
f .a continued use of ra- J more I vr i ; '
i i'tve Torque- Tube ture ia ii-. v ! v ,
i f e 1934 Ford V-8 the raaMi. s v y f r a 1
t of Pen 1 ,
i i i no
; ; mo 1
dii j .
. . . . ra
ii 1 as
orra the function of , court hou: d to be ci;;
; d iving strain, leaving; fast as pontjib!e.
which are mounted on Occupants ot the coin t fcotipe
if the radius rods, free. have- taken abode in the p. vun l
,r sole purpose of sup- empty offices anm t t- i vii
"they will remain until the new
building is completed. ,
:,;'.;-:. o- . -.
e body - and cushioning
::?.ty of the new Ford'
to the dealer. Is con
; to its popularity. "How
Congress extends dopof t insur
ance for sixty days. ,
" Mr. and Mrs. 1 SIio n i : jr
. f r r-- p , v:
i iff ri - r ' k . W -
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;'"-;N0W IN FULL SVli;G! Vehaveicre:oUcnprclilj in thij G: ,.
: 'f ' Breakdown of prices Every item in our store i3 a M&ikdown rria :
J : cannot afford to misa . j ' 1 '
BELIvS. DEPiHTiJENT STORE -Jv
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1 .,!?; "si-. frl i1" . . ..'
Pontiac'a p' s (. s
priced cars. Yt t I ' b j
money ca ! -y. I .
of any cY, !iiJ a
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