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Rev. W. E. Anderson of More
head City will fill his regular ap
pointment at the Free Will Bap
tist church Sunday morning, June
6 at 11 o'clock. Everyone is invit
ed to attend.
The Women's' Home Demonstra
tion club met last Tuesday night
with Mrs. A. H. Tallman. Ten per
sons were present. The demon
stration, "New Fabrics and Their
Cars," was very interesting and
samples of the new fabrics were
shown. The District meeting will
meet in New Bern June 10. Each
member is urged to attend. The
hostess served chicken salad sand
wiches and cold drinks.
Mrs. L. D. Springle, Mrs. C. S.
Rogers and Mrs. Lee Garner at
tended the Union Meeting Satur
day, which was held at Davis.
Mrs. I. T. Fodrie returned home
Saturday after being away several
weeks with Mrs. Violet Whitley of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morton spent
a while last Sunday with Mrs.
Sarah Norman of Beaufort.
Little Marie Small of Newport
is here visiting her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fodrie
and little daughter, Judy, spent a
while Sunday with his mother.
Miss Mary Taylor was on the
sick list. We all wish for her a
Mr. Leon Fodrie visited Mrs. I
T. Fodrie Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garner and
family spent a while Sunday with
Rev. and Mrs. Fate Gamer of New
port. BAY VIEW
The death angel visited our com
munity Friday evening at 6 o'clock
and took from our n idst Mr. Kit
Weeks. Mr. Weeks had been in
feeble heclth for a long time, lie
was 73 years of afie. He was a
member of the Bay View Baptist
church. Filneral servicers were
held at the church Saturday after
noon by his pastor, Rev. Douthit,
of Havelock. He was laid to rest
in the Bay View cemetery. He is
survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen
Weeks. We all extend to his wife
our deepest sympathy.
Mrs. Maurice Roach of Durham
will hold services at Mt. Pleasant
F. A'. B. church Saturday evening
and Sunday. Everyone is cordial
ly invited to attend.
We hope that Mr. Ellery Hardes
ty who was taken quite sick Mon
day will soon be better.
Several people from the com
munity attended the all-day meet
ing at Verona Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hardesty and
Mr. Archie Hardesty of Oyster
Creek attended funeral services
for Mr. Kit Weeks Saturday aft
Mrs. Bessie Graham and Misses
Leila Haskett and Betty Williams
returned home Monday from Fal
con where they had been attend
ing a Sunday school convention.
Mrs. Charlie Garner, Mr. Roland
Garner and Misses Jean, June, and
Joan Garner of Newport attended
funeral services for Mr. Kit Weeks
Miss oLuise Jones spent the
weekend with Mrs. Lee Brown of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haskett of
Havelock returned home Monday
evening after spending a while
here with their parents.
Mrs. James Skinner spent the
weekend with Mrs. I. W. Potter
and Mrs. J. J. Skinner of Ernul.
Mr. George Winberry, Mrs. Nan
nie Fodrie, Misses Lawton Mason,
Dorothy Faye Fodrie and Frances
Whaley attended a Sunday school
meeting at Marshallberg Sunday
Mrs. W. C. Williams spent Thurs
daywith Mrs. Johnny Knox of
Mrs. I. S. Taylor will hold her
regular appointment at Graham's
Chapel Sunday morning and eve
ning. Everyone is inivted to at
tend. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Knox spent
a while Wednesday afternoon in
Mr. A. L. Winberry who has
been working in New Bern spent
the weekend with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie G. -Lewis
and little daughter, Darlene, spent
a while Sunday afternoon with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Small.
Mrs. Lee Brown, Miss Mary Har
vey, Mrs. Leo Gaskins and little
daughter of Wire Grass spent a
while Sunday in the community
Mr. Carlton Taylor of Harlowe
. spent a while Monday in the com
munity on business.
Rev. L. C. Chandler and two
workers held services at Bay View
When At Atlantic Beach
Don't Forget To Stop At
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CHCCEEIES FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Grade "A" Market
"At Prices Ton Can Afford to Pay"
LIMITED SUPPLY OF
FAMOUS ONSLOW COUNTY HAMS
il OPEN 7 DAY8 A
Scalloped Ginger Snaps '
Criip ginger cookie are topped with bright fruit Jam centered la
i-nf-tinnra' auMr Irlni. when served with a f reah fruit cup. i
the cookies are an ideal dessert for hot weather meals. L
' Take your "spring tonic" of molasses In the form of crisp scalloped
ginger snaps those ail-lime coowe isvonves. naa w me w tbiuo
of the molasses the iron, protein and B-vitamins in enriched flour and
the cookies total up to splendid nutrition aa well as prize-winning; taste.
This is a dual-purpose recipe since the cookie dough can be mixed,
rolled and baked immediately or chilled before slicing for the oven. If
the dough is to be used at once, roll very thin on a lightly floured board.
If you have a pastry cloth, rub flour into it lightly; you'll find that the
dough rolla easily to the papery thinness that insures crisp cookies. Do
not pick up any more excess flour than required to roll the dough with
out sticking. ... , , , ,
To save the dough for future baking, shape into a roll, wrap In
waxed paper and store in the refrigerator. Wrapped in freeier paper,
the cookie dough can be froien in the home freeier or food locker for
use whenever convenient. . .g
W Ginger Snapa
2 cups lifted enfiched Soul
I V. cup wgir
I tcjsDoon sodt
V, trispoon aalt
Sift together flour, sugar, soda,
salt, cinnamon and ginger. Add
crumbs, molasses, shortening and
water. Mix together thoroughly.
Roll thin on lightly floured board
and cut into desired shapes with
a cookie rutter. Bake on un
greased cookie sheet in moderate
Enter: An Electric Sink - Exit: Wei
Garbage and Hours of Dishwashing
That sinking feeling every house
wife has when she looks at a stack
of dirty dishes vanishes with an
elci trie sink, declares Mrs. Ken
neth Prest, 110!) Front street,
Beaufort, who is thrilled with her
new atomic age dishwasher and
The combination sink and dish
washer in gleaming white enamel
stands 36 inches high, 48 inches
long, 'and 25 inches doep occu
pying no more space than an ordi
nary sink and possessing those la
bor saving qualities that house
wives 10 years ago never even
The town fathers of Beaufort
and Morehead City should stand
up and cheer every time a house
wife convinces her husband she
should have a disposall, because
wet garbage becomes a thing of
past. The disposall simply grinds
it all no into fine particles and
spits them down the drain., Of
course, there would still be trash
to collect because this grinder
upper rebels at metal and glass,
but headaches the town has over
garbage collection would be re
duced at least by half- not to men
tion the reduction in cost.
As for the dishwasher, it's like
having a maid in the kitchen from
sunup to way after sundown. Just
like Mrs. Prest says, no housewife
feels free to go about other house
hold tasks until the dishes are
done, and by the time they're out
of the way there's little ambition
left to do anything else!
This sounds unbelievable, but
pots, pans, and every dish used in
a meal can be washed by the auto
matic washer in 10 minutes! Five
minutes for washing and five min
utes for two rinses. The machine
shuts itself off, and after several
seconds, up pops the lid showing
gleaming crystal ware, silverware,
and plates which dry in a short
while as they stand.
The entire amount of water used
for the process is four gallons, less
than that used to wash and rinse
dishes by hand. No soap of any
type, granulated, flaked, or cake, is
Bantist church Friday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie L. Freeman
and daughters, Lyllis and Sally Jo
and Mrs. Nannie Small spent a
while Sunday i V the community.
Mrs. Pearl Bell, Mrs. Luke Tur
ner and little son and Roger Royce
nd David Joyce Bell and Mr. Roy
al Bell spent a while Sunday after
noon in the community.
Mrs. Cal Whaley of Morehead
City spent a while Monday in the
community with relatives.
GAS & OILS
WEIC. PHONE 4097
1 .cfrwvAi nnwr
V, cup dry bread cruftibi
2 tablespoons ice water
oven (37G degrees F.) Id minutes.
(Dough may be shaped in a roll,
wrapped in waxed paper and
atored in refrigerator; slice thin
Yield: About 85 two-inch
required in the washer, only a de
tergent is used and this is placed
in a tiny receptacle in front of the
sink. The receptacle automatical
ly Hies open after the washing ope
Electricity neeuH! to operate the
washer is estimated to cost 1 cert
a day and the disposall cost of
operation is estimated at 5 cents
a month, said Mr. Prest. who is as
interested in the electric sink as
his wife. After all, he sells 'em!
Chile Hunts for Refugees
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -Chile
is setting up a central office
to find jobs for 700 imrmgt)ahrs
from Australia. The Immlgrarits
were chosen by a Chilean diploma
tic agent in Austria from among
displaced persons skilled in indus
try. The government announced
plans to lodge and feed them until
jobs are found where they can fit
into the country s industrialization
Call on ui today if
you want informa
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Ill Wind $J 25 Worth
JOLIET, 111. (AP) The wind
blew out the tail light on his auto
mobile, Allen R. Thayer told police
when he was arrested for opera:
ting a vehicle without a tail light.
Thayer explained he was using a
kerosene tail light. Police Magis
trate Thomas K. Sprague fined him
$3.25 and told him to modernize
the car's lighting or he might be
arrested again if the wind is
Water stored behind Hoover
dam would fill four-fifths of Lake
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beavfort and morehead city. n. c.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy, Mr.
and Mrs. George Tosto and Mrs.
Guy Carraway went to the union
meeting at Davis Saturday. It was
a grand time and they really had
a nice dinner on the ground,
Mr. Cecil Tosto spent the week
end home with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Tosto.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hardy spent
part of last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy.
Mrs. John Mason spent Friday
in Beaufort shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ringgold, Jr
and children, Pennie and Mary
Mae, of Bridgcton, spent Sunday
and Monday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Tosto.
Miss Pearl Mason spent Wednes
day afternoon and, Thursday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Nannie J. Pittman and
mother came home from Oriental
last Friday after staying a week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tosto and
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FINE FOR SALADS DEL MONTE HALVED
Barilell Pears, no. 2 1-2 can 45c
MAKES GRAND SANDWICHES DEL MONTE
Pineapple, no. 2 can 32c
DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL
Golden Corn, 12-oz. can 19c
Del Monte Tomato
14-oz. bottle 24c
DEL MONTE CREAM CORN, Golden. No. 303 can 19c
DEL MONTE ASPARAGUS,' Mary Washington, No. 2 can 49c
DEL MONTE SAUER KRAUT, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 35c
Old Virginia Strawberry
Preserves, Mb. jar 41c
Ballard's All Purpose Flour
Obelisk, 5-lbs. plain 50c
Swift's New Bland Lard
Swifl'ning, 1-lb. carton 44c
VALENCIA ORANGES, 10 lbs. bulk 47c
Large Florida Pascal
CELERY, 2 stalks
Home Grown Green
C0LLARDS, 2 lbs.
Virginia Champion Cooking
APPLES, 2 lbs. ,
Pender Guaranteed Heals
ALL ERANDS SLICED
BACON lb. 71c
WELL FLAVORED TENDER FRESH
POM PIC1IICS. lb
RICH IN IRON TENDER
SPARE JIBS. lb.
Economical End Cut
pcsx cn:?s, lb.
Grand, With Egg
PCnX E3AKS. lb.
son, Elzie, Mr. and Mrs. B. F
Ringgold and children spent Sun
lay at Gloucester with Mr. anc
Mrs. Elbert Eubanks. "
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hardy anc
children, Kathleen Guion ant
Guendolon visited Mr1, and Mrs
Monnie Norman Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Glover am
son, Graydon, spent Wednesdaj
ifternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Johi
Mason. They went over to Luken':
cemetery and put marker to Mrs
Glover's mother and father graves
Mrs. Rone Wallace spent a while
Wednesday morning with Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. George Tosto spen
ate Wednesday afternoon with Mi
ind Mrs. John Mason.
Our ladies Auxiliary met Wed
aesday afternoon at the home o
Mrs. George Tosto with all mem
jers present. After the busines
art of the meeting we then dis
ussed about getting paint to pain
he church inside.
The young people went to Mer
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No. 2 can 27c
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Fancy fender Green
CHOWDER PEAS, lb 20c
CAULIFLOWER, lb 23c
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rimon Saturday to pick beans foi
Mr. Wren Lawrence.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tosto visit
d Mr. and Mrs. Monnie Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cannon
ind children spent Sunday after
noon with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Pittman.
Miss Pearl Mason and Dorothy
Wallace visited Mrs. George Tosto
Mrs. Marvin Fulcher went to
Beaufort Friday shopping.
Janice Norman spent Sunday
ifternoon with Kathleen Hardy.
They Couldn't Win This Debate
LONDON (AP) The Lanca
shire county public assistance com
nittee debated long before decid
ing not to appropriate $1048 in
football pool winnings of six indi
?ent inmates in a public institu
tion. Then they found that the
noney had been spent, anyway.
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No. 2 1-2 can 17c
For Easy Hot Rolls
Bull's Mix. 14 1-2 oz. pkg 27c
Rich Gold Label
CoHee, 2 1-lb." bags 39c
Lang's Sour or Dill
Pickles, quart jar 23c
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jf Del Monte Yellow Cling ' " !
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
WEYMOUTH, England (AP)-J
Eighty years old, Henry HolaW
spent 30 hours adrift at sea in aj
small motor boat after the engine
broke down. "I wasn't unduly
alarmed," he tcld coast guard res
"tiers. "I've been in tight spots
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Happy Jack, Inc., Dept. W, Snow Hill,
N.C 10 02. f 1. 50, 24 oz.$3. Postpaid.
2 cans 21c
quart faetlle 20c
FOR ALL BAKING
C S Flour
5 lbs. plain 43c
D & C l'OTATO
2 1-2 oz. cans 25c
1 fjgK afruna
Crackers. 4-oz. nkrj. .. . 21
Bcautyx Soap ,
Olive. 2 bath cakes .... 21
Sweetheart, reg. cake lc
Floods O'huds With
Super Suds, large pkg Sic
t or Mocmngs
tine for dishes, pkg. .
Octagon, large pkg 33c
Household i lea user
Octagon, 3 cans
Hudson Ultra Soft
Towels. 2 rolls 29