North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
? ? ? iWiro ? ? ?
Mrs. W. E. Lang toft Friday to
spend mom time with her daughtt
Mid. T. W. Sim peon, in Arlington,
Hn.CE Morton of Beaofoat left
Sunday after spending several weeks
hers' with Mrs. K. C. Mann.
Mrs. James Alexander and son,
Jimanie, of Greenville visited relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Uag were Rich
mond visitors Tuesday.
Miss Doris Wheeler spent the week
end at Atlantic Christian college in
Wilson with Miss Grace Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fields and
family attended the Duke-Carolina
football game to Durham Saturday.
H. T. Herring, Jr., and Stewart
McKeel of U. N. C. spent the week
end at their respective homes here.
Mr. and Mia. J. C. Gardner and
Mrs. Chariie Letchworth were Wil
son visitors Wednesday.
Miss Elisabeth Shirley of Wilson
spent the week end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mis. FrsnF Shirley.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Circle spent
the week end here with Mr. and Mia.
W. V. Redick. They were en route
to their home ir Springield, Ohio,
after a wedding, trip to Southern
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bailey and
Harold Bailey visited relatives near
Mrs. E. F. Dennis - of Ayden and
Mrs. Woodley Lassiter of Baltimore
spent Monday with Mrs. Annie Las
siter. - 1
My. and Mrs. Charles McClees and <
little daughter, Gail, of Norfolk,
spent the week end with Mrs. Mc
Clees' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Cart Shirley of
Fannville spent the week end' here
with Mrs. Lola Beaman.
Simon Guinn of Atlantic Christian
college was a guest of the Christian
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening.
He gave a most interesting talk on
"Youth?Its Opportunities and Re
Mrs. Sadie Shirley and Mrs. Lula
Beaman entertained at a miscellane
ous shower at the home of Mrs.
Shirley Thursday night honoring
Mrs. Carl Shirley, Jr.
The hostesses servd^ hot chocolate,
sandwiches, cookies and salted nuts.
About 50 guests attended.
Mrs. Emma B. Jenkins of Fair
mont spent the Thanksgiving holi
days here with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Jenkins and Miss Clara Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craft and Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Jones were Ra
leigh visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Jason Shirley of Wilson was
the guest of friends here Tuesday.
Young people home for the holi
days included: Margaret Fields,
Frances Dixon and Ramuna Rouse of
Greensboro college; Billy Marlowe
and Sam Lewis Jenkins of Oak
Ridge; Luther Whitley, H, T. Her
ring and Stewart McKeel of UNC.
Miss Hazel McKeel of the Mebane
high school- faculty spent the holi
days at her home here. ,
The Christian Sunday School^ coun
cil met with'Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jen
kins Tuesday night. At that time
plans were made for the Christmas
entertainment at the church.
Mrs. Roland Fields returned Sun
day after spending several days with
friends in Morehead City and Beau
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron West of
Fairmont spent the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Ray West
Mis. Earl Lang and little daugh
ter, Eariene, spent a few days last
week in Windsor with Mrs. Lang's
parents, Mr. and Mis.. A, K. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tymtol) and lit
tle sen, Ray, spent Thanksgiving day
with Mr.'and Mrs. W. L. Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodlsy Lassiter of
Baltimore visited Mr. LassitePg
mother, Mrs. Annie Laasister, last
Miss Ola Grace Gardner and Leon
aid Maim returned to Wilson Sunday
and resumed their stadies at Atlan
tic Christian college after spending
the holidays with their parents. '
Miss Evelyn Mann spent a few
days last week in Wilson with her
aunt, Mrs. Paul TyndalL
F. L. McKeel is .serving on the
jury in 8now Hill this week.
Jsnvs Harris and son, Jim
home from the Wood
hospital in Wilson Mon
Amtie Lassiter Spent Thanks
with her sister, Mrs.
in Rich Square.
Mrs. John Craft, Jr.
GROWERS AVERAGE 79
BUSHELS PER ACRE
corn demonstrattcAe carried
oat by 4-H club members in Greene
year ere raged 79 bushels
A summary of these pro
that the arerag
at planting and
400 pounds of nitrate
MODERN GAS RANGE
Yoall love the charming beauty of theoe gleaming white por
celain gaa ranges! Folly insulated ovens designed to bake per
fectly! Two spadoo* broilers! Accurate oven heat control! Non
dog burners! Every range completely installed by expert
mechanics! Make hers a brighter Christmas
with a BEAUTYRANGE With gas.
HIGH BACK ROCKER .
SPRING SEAT $22.95
High bock glm restful support
u~,j i *?- n.ri.ii><r Wni
nara wooo iramo nnisnea vyai
nut. Cotton tapestry corer.
16-IN. WIDTHI TWO
SHELF WALL RACK $8.95
toll off room on fliio cAroctfvo
rook- Hardwood In Mahoaanv
o???rnm wworW hi vTHHmrHUHV
flnUu Cut-out dosignl
If you're looking for a small compact little stove that has plenty of
punch?this is it! Takes floor space pf only 18x20 inches! Has fully ,
insulated oven, Robertshaw oven heat control and d?"f /JO Oft
white porcelain finish. Boy now and save. Installed JplOt/tJ/O
COLUMBUS GAS RANGES! M;
Designed to meet your budget! The Columbus range is a full size
stove but not as heavily built as the more expensive ones. Two burners
cm each end, insulated oven, Robertshaw oven heat &-f 7Q AP
control. Shop early! Installed Jpl f wk/U
ROYAL ROSafGAS RANGES!
For more perfect results, select the Royal Rose! -Bake four cakes or
pies, all at one time, with a crust that is crisp and firm with all the.
luscious flavor retained in the filler. The precision oven
the need Of constant attention. It pays to shop at t "
GARNER'S. Installed ,
Personal selection of warmth Control dial permits
ray?mjmtin. Choice SmS or &?awtained Mtawrttortfr. 6*i?
CAVALIER CEDAR CHESTS:.
The gift for a lifetime of happiness! Made of the finest Tennessee
Aromatic Red Cedar! Choice of Walnut or mahogany finish. Keep
sake lock opens with dial Or key. Interlocking corners. CKA-AC
Heat fused! Moth'proof
f "GE" WAFFLE pfRONt
Quick heating, high-quality nickel-chromium. Evenly distributes
heat over grid surfaces. Concentrates heat hi the unit, minimizes
heat loss. Indicator shows When heat is sufficient to AP
bake. ^ ,. ,_pta?tax
UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC IRONS!
Exclusive Air ports protect the hand from rising heat! Fingertip con
trol gives accurate heat adjustment for every fabric?also cuts off
current. Beveled point lets iroc move smoothly over
On Duty 24 Hours a Dayl Space-Scving
VALUE-PRICED COM BED
By day you have a good looting sofa. By
sight you have a generous double bed
Ydu can welcome overnight guests;
vacation visitors! Sturdily built for kog
satisfactory service; attractively cov
ered. Easy to operate. See it. . . NOW!
down oa *
Garner's pay plan
BIG Maple PLATFORM
Kama? and relaxing! Spring
construction.).. smooth rock
ing ... A Real Value!
Do Your Christmas Shonmina Earlu This Year!
You got strength phis a roomy
playing surface at this Low
price. Built by "Samson,"
your assurance of quality. 30x
30-ln. lop is washable and
?Tain mitxanr. otmi dtqcvq*
SUtTl... A BEAUTY!
Gorgeous Mahogany and Walnut veneers combined wMh floral
. Marquetry design, all.in modem lighf ftnish ... hand rubbed to a
gleaming lustre! 3 roomy pieces; Bed, Chestrobe and Vanity wtfi
Plate Glass mirror. Hardwood structural parts fer lasting service.
See if sure ... If s a "real buy* In a modern bedroom. .
Vanity Bench, $12.95; Night Stand, $19.95
THE IMPERIAL ? finest Strom
berg-Carison console radio for all
programs ..... Complete FM,
standard broadcast, spread-band
short wave. . . _ Engineered feu:
Stromberg-Carison Wire Recorder.
some bow-front cabinet.
THE SONNET?graceful table radio with
8-gaugf condenser for extreme selectivity
on all standard broadcast programs. Alni
co 5 permanent-magnet dynamic speaker.
Built-in loop antenna. Mahogany cabinet
No matter what you Intend to pay therms
nothing finer than ?S' " ^
Mivu^RiMiivyvnir TWiWi mm'
Cash or. Easy Terms!
y Vr t ->?nrv
Stirdy 25 Per Cent J
|L & ?. ??'??* "? \/JSh ? .
Woo$ Blankets $6.<
- . ??
WHIU QUANTITlIf LAST!
9x12 AXMIMST1R IVtl
Perk up your floors with the colorful patterns of
Axmimter rugs. Th? depth of these weaves gives you
design, in striking color, that will lasrt And that deep
always soft and springy under-foot. Hunyl See the
'ratable at Garner's today