WANT - ADS. - Minimum Charoe 50c Per Issue • FOP SALE SP1~ > mil?. Boys Bicycle, new jBskAM£*~m' uk Walker at Oakwoofc. FOtt SAJLE: new rebuilt teotyf, iadl Jlad ol Ittst spent sell for I2.W.0 0. Bfcel Trl^lett »t CifcjF tf&b Stan<fror C|ll 176. it-pd cN. bad he 8: I hat aral fine bt~™ > Spinet and Jnst payaj^nts, Atftfress Cre ager, bept. R, JN*^%69^ Qbn« 4 cord, NftrflJ Carolina. 6-13-3t< FOR SALiET~l~8iigfatIy Used An tomatic Cogw(J»li"Bex. 64 bot tle capaatty. Paced to ®ell. See D. E. BUcdqe at RhoAes OH^FnjxUttffie 6-*Tf 0 registered Berk shlMp. 7 *wmka old, $%00 ea. wlih certificate. R. L. %u-' cheHf, Route 3, North, Wil kesboro, N. e. 6-13-2t-pd ■I PONT FOR SALE: Gentle^ good. Also cart and KRay Lankford7"T*«*h boro, N. C. Rout, _ jjj come HW»e Hjffurch. FOR SALE: Good Ice Box. Rea sonable price. See or writp W. F. Bowers, AbsherB/'-N^.d. tf-16-St-pd FOR SALE: Threshing ma chine, slightly used, or will trade for plc^Hgr "See "'Will ring River, lt-pd farm «^>r Quick sale-. 101 acc#e with g6®H 7-room house, nptity nt bttiljih gs, good team horses, lot# farm jna ehinfry, two tow- Most ducllve - farm Ur? this sectf present crop i good. Locat thjpteen mile# west of Nor lkesboro, fetw(|en old at 16 j^fhway, near churct sd||sfr and mall route. Ownc disable to farm. Baxgain, caa it terms. P. H. WhHfingta Wllbar, N. C. 6-l£-2t-pd ltKO PLYMOUTH SBDtAN with 1946 motor, 1m good cffeditlon, for sale' by owner. See Yar berough at ,Ni*%ay Feed Serv ice, "opposfte ball rtrlr lt-pd FOR SALE OR TRADE: Seven room *Wtose, practically new, fro^t porch, screened-in back porch. Good well, lot 75x150, little barn, and outbuildings. I will trade for cheaper place or a late model car, balance in easy payments. Located at the back of "Cricket Grocery", ! three miles from North Wil kesboro on 421. 0. L. Phillips, WiHrtfeboro, N. C. Route 1.x 6-UT-2t-pd FOR SAM: Two fresh cows. One Guernsey and one Jer$ey Holstein. See Eli Sebastian, North Wilkesboro, Route 2. lt-pd FOB SALE: Studio Couch, also hot -water heater and 30 gal lon tank. All In good condi tion. Priced cheap. Dock Wiles, Phone &3&-R. lt-pd FOR SAjUB: New 5-room house and outbuildings. 39 acres of land. Planted 4 acres in corn (worked one time) good gar den, sweet and irlah potatoes pl»hted. One real good 7-year old horse, new wagon with bod, new harness and farming tpols; Six miles from North Wllkeeboro on Highway 218 (H^kln Highway) Price Right. See Blane Whitley for quick sa>|. 6-9-3t-pd HWHHHWHWWWHWIWHWW O FOR RENT FOR RENT: Modern five-room apartment, upstairs, east Main $35 month. Phoae 609-R. 6-9-2t-pd FOR RENT: Five-room house with bath and hot water. This house is wired for electric range and ha# been recently redecorated insde. Mrs. 'Ken Rout* 1, North Wilkesboro, N. C. lt-pd rSmtT preferred. 573-J », WANTED SMjm LADEB8 WAJTOD: Do you want to make money? It •e, contact H. W. Callicutt, at Wilkes Hudson Co. "A ear e»r sential. Phone 468-W tor-ap pointment. 5-2-Tf WANTED: above 18 years of age for wtfttrestf&n, at Princess Cafe in Nm* Wll kesboro. It WAN'QPPt Local Representative for Proctor & Gamble desires 3 or 4 room unfurnished apart ment or small house. Call Mr. W. E. Wood at Wilkes Hotel. Thursday evening or Friday] before-Iff'lM) p. m. It^Jd lo your watch re guarant sne 5-21 WANTED To SALESMENWanted at once me? to supply- consum household necessities our ""Victory J to home plaa. Prrtl I time. B«Ta based rjh nn Trip^_WjN Rawieigh's Dept. Richmond,, Va. 6-9-2t ATTENTION: Opening for la with house advancement, wood Southside Singing At Walnut Grove By MRS. FLOYD M. JENNINGS The Southside Singing Associ ation convened at Walnut Grove Baptist church, at Pores Knob, Sunday, May 29, at 11 o'clock. Chairifian F. J. McDuffie presid ed and led the devotionals. The session was opened by The Sun Beam Quartet, manager Charlie T. Jones of Jonesville, followed by the Oak Ridge (Quar tet, leader Howard Adams of Jonesrille; the Mt. Vernon Quartet, leader Joe Hayes of Boone; the Harmonisers Quartet, leader Z. T. Greene of Granite Falls; the Victory Quartet, lead er Mr. Hemric of Ronda; The Iredell Four Quartet, leader Joe Bowles, of Statesville, and the Twin-City Quartet, leader Fred Marshall of Winston-^Salem. Aft er one round all were called to gether for a chorus to end the morning session. * At the noon hour everyone enjoyed a bounti ful picnic on the ground. The afternoon session opened with congregational singing by Robert Johnson, of Wilkesboro. Other singers and pianists en roll^ Vere SIT. <Jarmel Choir, lfwrfer Ray Parliel' Pores Knob; the Sunrise ^artetr lead er Oarsh Fox of Hiddenite; Wal nut Grove Quartet, leader J. B. Parlier, of Pores Knob. Mr. Par licr also led in congregational singing during the day; the (Wel come Home choir, leader Sher man Shumate, and Welcome Home Quartet, leader Worth Vannoy, of Cricket; Herschel Wooten, baritone soloist of Win ston-Salem; The Hendren quar tet, leader Floyd Hendren, of Gilreath; J. R. Swan son, vocal soloist of Lenoir; also piano so loists Miss Lois Sharpe of Hid denite and Miss Emogene Greene of Granite Falls. After rounds of singing, all were grouped again to sing fav orites of the season, led by Fred Marshall. Time was 'given for special requests. The association wishes to thank J. B. Parlier and helpers for the table and the home church with others who provided the fine picnic on the ground; The Twin-City Quartet for the loud speaker; the Pores Knob Community House trustees for extra chairs; the Euzelian Sun day school class for the beautiful flower arrangement; Milas Lowe for the abundance of ice/ water; Edmond Edsel ^nd Earl Mea dows for parking cars, and all others who contributed to the success of the occasion. The session adjourned to meet the fifth Sunday in July at Little Rock Baptist church, lo cated by highway 18 between Moravian Falls and Lenoir. WANTED «<> DO >orf rug cleaning. NeV*»« meu4a—rugs craned in the £<&&, Phone 1,6 7-R. BH3-2t WANTCTH >o» datable couple, B W'Ti^Pig^jijtrtBient. Ife) children. Contact I«. S. tWiWHHWUWMWHWW "whi^i collie. ,sI»Qst 0r gtray»d Wednesday afternMb, May 2», Answers to the *airfWDuki. Reward lor r^pS^ to veractn Church, 311 % Strlef^Tele phone 5-30-Tf tnWWWWWIWHtWWWWWM • Miscellaneous ' XOTICE: If yen Med bulldozing or trading of any kind, see or write G. 0. Johnson, Route i, North Wilkeaboro, N: C. Estimates Ktee 4-1-Tl ATTENTION: We carry » good Iron .""Plat Iron, el Iron aS# 4 Beams for v _ iJneber ry Foundry* and Machine Go. 4-28-Tl TRADE YOUR NECKTIES — Mail ulssix you are tir«d of. Wo will Wn yon game num ber of beaiftH^lly cleaned ties received from ^others. Pay postn^p $1.00 when-, delivered. Tie Bmhm^e, Box HS'.- Jonts ville, N. Cfr 6-13-2t-p<l TERMITES, - Pofl| beetles, ants, spiders, ihails, other vermin extermijfk&ed in TIJbb treat ment. prices: Ordinsfry .homes large homes $t0.00. job guaranteed. Wmare lenced termite conWol srs. Also we are resfbfi >cal people. Call Church Phone 13fl ft-^G-3t-pd Florida Governor To Wed Californian Lob Angeles.—The Governor of Florida Is coming to Californ ia for a bride. The engagement of Governor Fuller Warren and Miss Barbara Manning, Los Angeles socialite, was announced yesterday by the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Ward Plunkett. They will wed Sunday, June 2t. It will be the third marriage for the personable 43-year-old Florida leader, the first for Miss Manning, 24. o Starting its 15th . year the Rural Electrification Administra tion finds that the unelectrlfied farms are now less than 30 per cent compared with nearly 90 per cent in 1935, S FOR SALE — 8-Rooflt Brick Home With bath sad 4 1-2 miles o, west on near Mil 125 x 200. ouse we have North WDkes ia priced to BOUSEfOR SALE One 6-ioom House, , with etoctri dty, naming Water, good laae ment, good garden, large lot. This is a good, ddbirable home, 3 1-2 miles w*t n Boone Trailjsligh way. Cloae to the new Cbtcket school boa .And mail servi*, and the price ft reasonable. P. E. DANCY & CO. | NORTtf W1LKESBORO, N. C.

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