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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, February 03, 1983, Page 2, Image 2

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ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhodes of Route 1, Beulaville, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary Friday. The Rhodes were married January 28, 1928. The couple celebrated with a dinner in Kinston. Cut Credit Costs You can cut credit card costs and maximize your spending power by manag ing your credit card use in three specific ways. Whenever possible, pay the full amount due rather than the minimum. This keeps finance charges from being added to the bill. Another way to extend your credit is to wait to pay your bill until just before the due date, but make sure to allow enough time for the post office to deliver the payment and for the company to process it. Another possibility ?- plan purchases according to the closing date on an account. You can extend the time between purchase and pay ment by making purchases just after the closing date. .Lumping purchases onto one car can save money on postage and make record keeping easier. Glass Doors Once the fire dies down, your fireplace can r6b your ht?use of previous heat. A fireolovc an open damper agd no roaring fire in it draws warm air from the room and takes that air right up the chimney. Your fur nace keeps running and your fuel bills keep climbing. To prevent this waste of I energy, install glass doors in | the fireplace opening. Be sure those doors are made of heat-tempered glass and that they fit tightly. Leave the doors open while the fire burns. Then when ' the fire dies down, close the " doors. When you get up the e next morning and find the fire has completely gone out. close the damper and the glass doors. That way you may find yourself saving energy and money. Heating with Wood There are some advan tages and some disadvan tages when it comes to heating your home with wood. But let us be positive and talk about the advan tages first. Heating the home with wood carries some nostalgia with it ? a return to what ' folks call the "good old days." In addition, wood heat can provide a back-up 1 for another type of system in case of an emergency. And a fireplace or wood stove can add an aesthetic touch to a house, one that might im prove the resale value of your home. Another bonus. You can use wood heat rather than a larger system on cool days and you can use wood heat for warmth in one or two rooms, instead of using heat to warm the whole house. There are some disadvan tages though. For instance, wood heat is inefficient and even draws existing warm air out of the room during start ups. And you must remem ber to close the damper when a fire isn't burning. What's more, ash removal may be a problem. And here is a serious reminder. Improper construction of a fireplace can leave you with a smoke filled room. Last, but not least, a faulty chimney can be a fire hazard. If you do decide to go with wood heat, be sure you can get a good supply of wood. And be sure to check with your home insurance repre sentative to find out what the treating change may do to ~ your insurance rate. /irginians held the Presi lency for 32 of the first 56 years of this nation's existence. DUPLIN TIMES-PROGRESS SENTINEL Published Weekly by DUPLIN PUBLISHING CO., INC. Ike Riddick, Publisher P.O. Box 68 Kenansville, NC 28349 Second Class Postage Paid at Kenansville, NC 28349 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Single Copy 11 Cents In Duplin and Adjoining Counties 6Mos.?$1.82 1 Yr.?3.64 Outside of Duplin and Adjoining Counties SMos.?$2.34 1Yr.?$4.68 Outside North Carolina $5.50 per year This year with over 100 changes in the tax laws and forms, you have more chances of making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS audit. If H&R Block prepares your taxes and you're audited, we go with you at no added cost. Not as your legal repre sentative, but to explain how your taxes were pre pared. If we make a mistake and you owe additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay the penalty and interest. H&R BLOCK The new tax laws. This year's number one reason to go to HM Block. 111 North Front Street Open S AM-4PM Mon.-Set. Phone 283-4733 APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE MasterCard and Visa aocepted WARSAW ???????? I super market I St WE WELCOME FOOD STAMP CUSTOMERS Monk Whaley, Owner WE RESERVE THE RIGHT BEULAVILLE TO LIMIT QUANTITY Ph. 298-3646 ? ( I PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 3-4-5 OPEN TIL 8 p.m. FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS I 6f|99| LUNDY ? FROSTY MORN I HOT DOGS I 991 FROSTY MORN I BOLOGNA | ?l31 ? STOKELY CUT GREEN BEANS I |3/M.00| ^AJAJ^AUNDR^ETERGEN^l GT. SIZE I $ 1.49 I 1=59*1 KRAFT - ? macaroni gjf | & CHEESE Ul LI j| DINNER ?! 14 ^0 $i"l I KELLOGG'S r ? 20 OZ. I FROSTED FLAKES | I I IATWIU EQfl I MACKEREL llll T I LUNDY JB 0^ |.ot49<| CLARK'S FRESH SAUSAGE $159 ? LB. ; FROSTY MORN BACON $129 LB. GENERIC PAPER TOWELS 2/89* SAV MOR MARGARINE l3/*:.ool 4^.v I \.*i . a WHITE POTATOES 10 LB. 191 I KETCHUP II II l| I wl^l j| I (LIMIT 1) II I SHAWNEE ^1 ?? Jkl I FLOUR I Ut || I 5 LB. J ^ ft I BABY RUTH 4^ I I [butterfinger|A |fl ? I 6 PAK. I FROZEN JH B FRENCH I FRIES V7|T| I 2 LB. B ' 1 $12.50 FOOD ORDER) Lro BAG FRYERS ?' Iuhiimkb & ulua- mu .rettes not \ 'included in -i food order ' CHUCK ROAST! $|69 FINE FARE SALAD DRESSING I |?j I 69V I [SiaNNER^LBO^MACARONll 7 OZ. 5/$1.00l I ONIONS I 3 LB. BAG ' m QQtl m IB ^B ? ? ? MII'UCE * rii__ m ? PM / 7 A ' mi** i ? ? ncLwn s ? I [GRAPE JELLY

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