AliiS. STACY iiitilT
Call In Your News.
HJm Emma Grace Murray, dau
ghter ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.
Mlrray of EL 1. Warsaw, and Mr.
' Ernest L Gunter. ton of Mrs. S.
; C. Gunler and the late Mr. Gunler j
.' of Luearaa, were married Sunday, j
- June 12, ib, at lour o cwc in tae
.; afternoon m a candlelight cere
mony in the War Baptist par
sonage with the bride's pastor. Rev.
Gi Van Stephens officiating.
The living room and hall were
beautifully decorated with white
gladioli and gardeoUs.
The bride i ore for her wedding
- blue street dre-ss and hat with
which the ued white accessories.
Her corsage was of orchids.
Mrs. Gunler i a graduate of the
Warsaw High School and East Caro
Una Teacher Coilege. Since grad
uation she baa taught in the Lu-
, earna Schools. I
Mr Runtcr us a graduate of War- I
aw High School and the Atlantic I
Christian CoLtge. lie holds a posi
tion with the Kxport Leaf Tobacco
Company in WiIaoh.
'the bride and groom will make
their home in Liicama.
Out ol town guests for the wed
ding were Mn. S. G. Gunter, Mr.
and llrv Ij. L. Gunter, Misses Nell
and Agnes GunUrr of Lucama; Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Helm and Miss Nan
cy Helm of Rocky Mount.
Little Brad Minshew, son of
Mr. and Mr. Belton Minshew cel
ebrated his 3rd birthday Thursday
afternoon by entertaining about 45
friends at his borne. Games and
contests were enjoyed on the lawn.
Throughout the afternoon lemon
ade was served and at the conclu
sion a beautiful three tiered cake
was cut and served with potato
chilis and ice cream by Mesdiimes
Mutsbew, forrcht Martin and A J.
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PEPPER WAS ONCE SO
COTHIC BESIEGER OFROME,
(403 A.P.) DEMANDEP .
J,000 POUNDS OT IT
A AS PART or THE CITYS
ALTHOUGH FRUGAL EATERS,
A NCI ENT EGYPTIANS
SPREAD LAVISH FEASTS
IN TOMBS, THINKING
THUSTO NOURISH THE
GHOSTS OF THEIR DEAD.
Standi - Cosfin
In a simple and quiet, but lovely,
ceremony liiss Estelle SUncil, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Standi of
near Warsaw, was wed to Mr. Xath
an Costin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Costin of Warsaw at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon on Friday, June 25,
In the Friendship church, near(
Warsaw, witn tne pastor, me nev.
John Cl'Jie of Kena,isville, officia
ting and using the double ring rit
The church was decorated with
pines, white gladioli and branched
candelabra, holding burning cath
edral tapers. Nuptial vows were
fpoken before an arch entwined
with southern smilax and dablies.
Before the ceremony Miss Mae
Brock, pianist, presented a pro
gram of wedding music. Her sel
vCX1 A & P STORES
( ' ) Will Be Closed
MONDAY, JULY 5th
Nectar Tea 53c
Sandwich or Home Style lVztb loaf
Marvel Bread 18c
Cutright Wax ' 125 ft. roll
Pick 0' Carolina Sweet Mixed 16 oz. hot.
ANN Page pt. jar
ANN PAGE Peach lib jar
Mild American In
ANN PAGE Salad Style 9 oz. jar
Packer's Label Standard pack. 2 No. 2 cans
Armour's Corned 12 oz. can
Sunnyfield 10 lb bag
Thick lb ,
Fat Back 25c
, FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY'
KINS SOLOMON KEPT
STEWARDS', TO SPY
OUT NEW PISHES ,
M ANCIENT ASSYRIA,
S POO YEARS AGO,
SEER. WAS VALUED
' HIGHLY ASA MEDI-; '
ONE, TO INDUCE '
RELAXATION, f i
ection included "Simple Confess
ion", "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life",
"An Old Irish Melody". Mrs. Joyce
Burton, solist, sang "O Promise
Me," and during the ceremony
Miss Brock played McDowell's "To
A Wild Rose."
Ushers were Joe Lee Costin, bro
thher of the groom, and W. C.
Miss Sarah Gaylor, maid of hon
or, was the only attendant and wore
a nu-green taffeta suit and carried
a nosegay of red and white carna
tions. To the strains of Wagner's "Bri
dal Chorus" from Lohengrin, the
bride and groom entered the church
together. The bride wore a sumsner
white suit with which she used
brown and white accessories and
carried a white prayer book, top
ped with a purple orchid and show
ered with stepbanotis and ribbons.
After a wedding trip and upon
JOT. - -,cT-
their return they will be at basse i
in Warsaw. I
Mrs. Costin graduated from Use'
Warsaw High School with the 194S
Class and is employed with the
Mr. Costin. also a Warsaw gradu
ate, is in the produce and trucking
Dr. and "Mrs IV. H. Freeman
moved Tuesday to Durham where
he will do special graduate study
in surgery at Watts Hospital. He
haf been affiii'.i with Dr. J. W.
Straughan m.v.. bw return from
the Navy, and bis family has re
sided In the Cairo Apartments.
The following Boy Scouts, their
parents and friends attended the
Court of Honor i.t Camp Tuscarora
Saturday night: G.-aham Phillips,
Jr., Thomas Rogers, Jr., Eddie
Britt, Jean Thompson, Jr., William
Snipes, Nelson Bt-si, Rona!d and
Jerry West, Joe Wet. Charles and
Gerald Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy
Britt, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Rogers,
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Phillips, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Tbel Snipes, Barbara Thompson,
Henry West, Huitn and Anne West,
Jo Anne and Betty Britt. Johnny
Jenkins, anc gut-u; Betty and Lil
lie Mae Phii!i;j'. Eddie Cobb, and
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Best of
Rt 2, Warsaw announce the birth
of a son. Friday. June 25, 1948, at
Goldsboro Hospital. ,
1lr. and Mrs. ' A. Kackley spent
last week at Carolina Beacb in the
Mr. and .Mrs. Tliomas Rogers
were Sunday guests or her broth
ers and sister, near Raeford.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Gatlin og
Tarboro were week end guests of
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Mrs. Walter Carter returned from
visiting in Oxford and Chapel Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garner and
lamily and houseguests Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Sewell and children of
Midway, Ala. have returned from
Carolina Beach where they spent
la.st week in the Strickland Cottage.
Mrs. J. B. Quinn had as guests
last week her children Miss Bessie
Quinn of Wilson, Mr .and Mrs.
Ralph Quinn of Columbia, S. C.
and Mrs. L. H. Brown of Wallace.
J. C .Robinson of Edenton for
merly of Warsaw was the weekend
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Huie.
Fred Gaylor Jr. of Wilmington
visited his parents Sunday.
Mibs Nell Corbett of Raleigh
was the week end guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Franeis Oakes and
Mrs. Sula Drew were called to
Raleigh this week on account of
the death of Harvey Ohmer of State
College Faculty. Mr. Ohmer was
the husband of the former Miss
Helen Taylor of Faison, cousin of
Mrs. Oakes and niece of Mrs. Drew.
Her mother Mrs. Kate Taylor re
sides in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Minshew vis
ited their parents Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Minshew In Fremont Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Blackmore of
Wilmington were guests Thursday
of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Blackmore
and Miss Janle Blackmore.
Uncle Sam Says
How about makinc Flag Day this
rear Security Day for roa and your
famllyT The two obaervaaeea (o hand
hi hand because your curlly fci In
separable from the country's Secur
ity. What ever you db for your' own
future good, such as buyhfi; United
States Savings fronds regularly
through the payroll savhifs plan
here you work, helps to stabilize
Imerics'i economy. Help keep Old
Glory flying over the land ef the free
and the home ef the brave for your
children and renr c " Ireu's efc " 'q,
J's'.v V S Trtanry Dtparimnt
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HOW maay times you're heard
theae words whea tho brilliant
cummer aaa sends the thuiaiotuetcr
aky-lugh: -Ob. I ddut ear what I
at Just soaks ft oatethhut eooL"
I But. ot coarse, those words caa
only be taken at face value, for
summer appetites are Sasdcky and
fickle things and really require a
itot of pampering, aaa rauis you
may feel taat you neeu a imub pw
Bering, too. Nancy Holmes of the
gests this delicious nan Mai to neip
solve your mena problems
Summer Ham Loaf
I tablespomd tabteMMMw , -
U cub eoM irtr 1 lnbleMwn
I ma Kot boolltoa mince omim
u cup real
mayoanaise . mronaia
w cop ncai i
H cap heavy I
I tafclespoeo w I
14 cap ehupf4
S cuiw nnely
. hxm boracnawa I
Sottea gelatin In cold water.-dudd
bouillon and stir nntU dlsaolvedf
Cool slightly and add real mayon
tiaise. Combine sweet "pickle. chop
ped ham. pimleoto. parsley and
onion. Fold Into mayonnaise mix
ture. Pack In 6x Inch loaf paa
which has been rinsed to cold water.
Chill until firm. TJnmold on salad
greens on chop plate. Whip cream
until stiff, fold in real mayonnaise
and mustard-wlth-borseradlsh. Just
before serving, spoon musttrd-with.
horseradish mixture in a diagonal
strip across loaf and garnish with
sprUs of parsley. Yield: generous
'iMiwra w .
m, -rxA Mrs. L A .Brown and
sons of Kinston were Saturday
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy
Mrs. Jennie McGowan returned
to her home in Richmond, Va. after
a visit with her cousin, Mrs. O. H.
Misses NelL Maggie and Sallie
Bowden are spending the week in
the Hines Cottage at Carolina
Rev. Johnny Wellons of Micro
was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Charlie Murray is still a
patient at James Walker Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gaylor and
Miss Sarah Gaylor left Thursday
for a ten day vacation tour to Sa
vannah and Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Finn Lee attended
a Theatre managers meeting at
Myrtle Beach last week.
Mrs. Walter Blackburn visited
her family in Goldsboro Thursday.
WE ARE SPECIALIZING IN FLY AND MOS
QUITO CONTROL AT THIS TIME.
WE ARE OFFERING VERY REASONABLE
RATES FOR EIGHT WEEKS STARTING
MONDAY, THE 21st DAY OF JUNE THROUGH
THE 16th DAY OF AUGUST.
Let Us Survey Your Home y
Eliminate These Pests
PLEASE CONTACT US
OFFICE BUILDING IN KENANSVILLE.
YOUR HOME TO BE FREE FROM FLIES
; DURING THE FLY SEASON.
WE ALSO EXTERMINATE TERMITES, COCK
ROACHES, AND RATS.
Mitt mnrowif (Onto, HI, jei
ifiemjy wMlc jiiJifrtp IHhwsaay avihA
at me toarof iher roophew, A W.
Gwe atom- W-ttn&w. She was ts&-
mnwl Priiiu?' VMumimg nd St is
ttSKwc!M she ihui jfustt jtassed may..
Fauncra!! wvieeti were wM art lib
bome Saiiwrda?' 4fMaini aft
Bmriall w'-ss tin llihe Gxn tdanuljy en-
etarj; avear Ci HMnue. !Sbe as sair-
Mrs. Sallie Merrill
Mrs. Sulltf MulMs Jttenrid. CS,
wife ti Jdhn MramM Bite tatt her
home in Wursnw Tb-Mraditj- aftter
noon. June 24. aitilier a liwgeruig
illness ni A-baat fi jais. Funeral
srviops were brM Friday aRernoou
at the to ( 'rue ai -4 o"cHoclk with burial
in Pioewwa CMney.
In addi tiimn to her bndiand she is
Mrs. N. H. Carter
Dies In Wallace
Mrs. Newton Hill Carter, 77, died
With a MODEL ."A SUPER
Stop Fire Before It Gets A Start.
PROTECT YOCR BOMB HOW!
The MoC 1 "A" SUPER
Fyr-Fyter is recommend
ed for home use. It Is
light in weight and can
easily be operated by a
woman or child. Yea
mereW tun the handle
and pump. A few strokes
will shoot a steady con
tinuous stream 20 to 25
feet of fire-killing fluid
direct on the fire. It will
snuff out Gasoline, OIL
Greases, Electric and
all classes oi fires in
stantly. The 1 qt, size
contains enough liquid to
fill a large room with fire
Th- luid in the Model "A" Super
will not liarm the most delicate fab
rics. Will damage nothing but fire.
the IKBTANT ex
out tires instantly.
to retard rekind
ling. Just the thug
for that everithreit
ening tobacco barn
fire. Farmers don't
put. off;, until too
late to get facts
about this amazing
new type Fyr-Fyter
Approved as stand
ard A-l; B-2; unit
by National Board
of Fire Underwrit
ers. PLAY SAFE!
E. J. NAZELROD, Dealer
Box 351, KenansvUle, N. C.
AT THE OLD POST
Deed In Bed
i vited by one brMr, tUmry Gore
of Warsaw and a mmtwr si nieces
The d-'as'4 writiy uffred
am illrifw td ttwmiw- after
recver0g gm ws stmlim with
paaummm tot li4 fwmtr4. She
up fftimog a'iVrWd Vfatndty.
She tow4 m M ttfftsvts
turn, th Jwat Timf$4w.-
Buried In Warsaw
survived ly three dugbtf, Mrs.
Lester Brown, Mrs. Lee Tucker,
both of Warsaw and Mrs. George
Wade of Goldsboro; four sons, J.
A.: BiL Ralph and Hubert Merritt
all of Warsaw; and a number of
grandchildren: four brothers and
at her home in Wallace Saturday
morning after several weeks of ill
ness. Funeral services were held at
the Wallace Presbyterian Church at
3:90 Sunday afternoon with the
pastor, Rev. W. B. Hood officiating.
Burial was in Rockfish cemetery.
She was the widow of N. H. Carter.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs.
WUlard Hoffler of Wallace; four
sons, W. J., and H JC. of Gseensboro
and A. H, and Roy of Wallace; one
sister, Mrs. Annie F. Carr of Wil
mington, and four brothers, L. W.
Boney of Wallace, C. C. Boney of .
Florence,. S. O...A. E. Boney of
Rocky Mount, and B B. Boney of .
Trenton, N. J.
Faces Busy Session j
A busy session Is in prospect for
the State Board of Agriculture
when it meets in Raleigh July 12.
One of the major items on the
agenda is the adoption of a ferti
lizer grade list for 1948-49. A pub
lic hearing has been called by the
Commissioner for 3 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon June 39, at PuV
len Hall, N. C. State College. Re
sults of the meeting and recommen
dations of experiment stations will
be submitted to the Board of Ag
riculture for final consideration.
Two. major job vacancies are to
be filled, those ofv director of test
farms and director of the sofl test
The board also will be faced with
various fiscal matters, inoluding
revision of the 1948-49 budget
Warsaw, II. C.
SUN. - MON. July 4-5
With Clank Gable
And Lana Turner
TUBS. July 8
r A Voman's
With Charles Boyer
And Aim BIyth.
WED. July 7
i DOUBLE FEATURE
! Timber Stampede
With George O'Brien. '
With Tom Conway.
, BaHaia-weHaeBweaeHBMBesWaMa .W
THURS. - FRL Jhily 8-9 .
State Of The Union
With; Spencer Tracy. .
And Katherine Hepburn.
SAT. July is
DOUBLE FEATURE .
With Eddie pean.
With Ten Ccr.-r.-y.