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FRIDAY, NOVERIUm Zi 1848
THE DUPLIN TIMD3
W aiffissiw- Mem Gf Miteirest To Every ' Qinie
MRS. STACY BRITT
' Subscription Ajrent
Dial 293-6 ,
Call In Your News
Card Of Thanks
. We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation for the
many deeds of kindness shown to
us during the recent accident and
death of our husband and father.
She family of Leslie Torrans.
Card Of Thanks
The family of Pfc. Chauncey Evis
Eoney wishes to express their ap
preciation for the many deeds of
kin iness shown during during their
Mvs. C. B. Boney.
Mrs. James Kitchin was hostess
on Saturday morning when she
honored her house-guest Miss Ela
ine Crumpton, of Raleigh. Chrys
anthemums were used througlit the
Hving and dining room and Hallow
een colors further carried out with
Si W I
Here's a cultivator that can be attached to a
Ford Tractor in not much over one minute.
And, with Hydraulic Touch Control to
lift It and the Ford Tractor's short-turning,
you can turn quickly on the row ends.
Tou're well along with the job before the
other fellow is started.
Let us show you how to knock out weeds
, . . without knocking yourself out, too.
Cultivator is strongly made and comet
with rigid or spring shanks. See itl
Henry Vann Motor Co,
Sandwiches, cheese biscuits, cup
cakes and coca colas were served.
Honoree At Dinner
Miss Eloise Whaley, who was mar
ried Sunday, Oct. 31, to June Tho
mas of Beulaville, in Bladenboro,
was honoree on Monday evening,
Oct. 25 when Mrs. Lillian Quinn,
Misses Gladys Dixon, Mildred Brin
son, Geraldine and Louise Whaley
entertained at a dinner part in the
home of Mrs. Quinn.
Fall flowers were used for deco
ration and a tempting chicken din
ner was enjoyed. Miss Whaley was
presented ingerie by the hostesses,
and the local force of the Carolina
Telephone and Telegraph Co. pre
sented her with a beautiful bed
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fussell, of
Clinton, formerly of Warsaw, cele
brated their lot wedhding anniver
sary Friday evening when they en
tertained at a dinner at Mitchiner's
Restaurant in Warsaw
The private dining room was at
traetive);. with the Halloween moiif.
Upon tnterirg the guest.; were
received by Mr. and Mrs. Fussell
and served cheese blsaiits, and
Mexican wedding cakes by Mesdam
cs V.' E. Fussel!. E. jt Ha.es and
K I) r esell of Warsaw and A. W.
Jackson of. A. . Ha.? ot Clin
l.it. r.i' t-rs w.-fp laid foi 32 and
Ford Farming head
quarters . . . tractors,
WELCOMES YOU TO
Visit Our New Store
4.,'ich guest rce'V3d a miniature
cm .-aw with st , ll.iTs" at
tach) d. A temptin chicken supper
lollowi'd by stu.'vbif v shortcake
vv snved. Mrs. Fussell. will
r.mi.'inberf d at tlu former Miss
t civil Hales, daughter of Mr. and
M s. E. B. Hales ol Warsaw.
The YWA of the Baptist -Church
met Thursday night in the home of
Mrs. G. S. Best with Mrs. James
LSutton presiding, reading the de-
votionals and having charge of the
program in which she was assisted
by several othe-s. It was decided to
sponsor the gathering of clothes to
be seht to the needy in Europe. The
clothing to class en Nov. 18 which
is being taueht by Mrs J. C. Pow
eJi. The publi; is invHed, The hos
t.:ss served choesa biscuits, cookies
Mr. and Mrs G. C. Brown of
Warsaw announce the birth of a
daugnter, Suun Leigh, on Tues
l:;y Oct. 20 1943, Memorial Gen
eral Hospital. Kinston. Mrs. Brown
is the former Miss Janice Draugh
oo of Warsaw.
Miss Ann Nell Parker entertain
ed at a dinner party at her home in
Bowden Saturday evening compli
menting Mrs. James Bledsoe of
Ashboro, Mrs. J. W. Mallard of
Warsaw, and two bride-elects, Mis
ses Sarah Humphrey and Elois Wil
liams, both of Warsaw.
Decorations were suggestive of
Halloween. The table was overlaid
with a handsome linen cloth and
centered with an artistic arrange
mert of chrysanthemums and cand
les. Guests found thc-ir places by
attract'vo dol-'s and favors of unique
'orsages. hJ of the four honorees
wore remembered with silver bells
and a tempting three-course linner
The laides of tne Presbyterian
Auxiliary held their annual homo
study mission Monday with Mi ;..
W. M. Buck presiding. Mrs. M. C.
McQueen of Clinton, was introdu
ced and taught the study after
which an enioyable social hour
was had with sandwiches candies
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vann left
Monday to visit her brothers Hal
and Deems Wiggs in Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thomas
Jr. and son of Thomasvllle and
Miss Margery Thomas of Goldsboro
sp?nt the week end with their pa
rents, Mr md Mrs. F. J Thomas.
Bobby Gaylor was home for the
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle and
children t.tf visiting in Norfolk.
Mrs. I rank Hobbs attended the
Dunn Chapter of Hai -dressers As
sociation Jr j -una Sunday nnd Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Bell on Minshew
sp.-nt Surclay in Fremont
Mesdames Jimmy McColman, El
bert Matthis, L. S. Whittle, Stacy
Britt and Miss Ja Anne Britt at
tended a Girl Scout Conference in
Miss Elaine Crumpton of Raleigh
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Kitchin.
Mr. and. Mrs. Dan Saieed and
son of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs.
Graham Quinn .and son of Raleigh
were week end guests of their pa
rents. PTA Carnival
The Halloween Carnival held at
Warsaw Friday evening was a huge
success. Each grade sponsored a
booth on the midway and the PTA
v.ill have some over $500 it is sure.
The carnival got underway weeks
before with well planning and the
ffn GEORGES. BENSON
President HtrdiHf Ccllct
Would America Collapse?
Some wag once said that if we
should suddenly do away with all
advertising in the United States, our
civilization would immediately col
lapse This statement contains more
truth than is at first apparent. There
are those who refuse to see the im
portance of advertising in the eco
nomic life of the nation. Moreover,
there are those who have singled
out this phase of trade and Industry
for strong criticism.
Civilization today would collapse
if it were not bolstered up by Amer
ican advertising. Today the rest of
the- world depends upon American
production. Yet, too few people rec
ognize that this nation's great pro
ductive capacity could not have been
built up without advertising. Again,
there are too few people who cor
rectly see advertising as the bul
wark of American economic free
dom. Advertising is the golden key
that has unlocked the door to plen
ty for us all.
Our world-renowned standards of
living were achieved because we
found out how to produce in volume:
bathtubs, cars, radios, clothing,
food. We learned how to make wise
use of the human resources of work
and brain-power. We learned to har
ness water-power, steam, oil, gas,
and all the others. We created ma
chinery to do most of our hard work.
We learned the value of tools. In
brief, we have made our factories
But is that all? By no means. The
Socialist schemers have failed to
evaluate their old slogan, "produc
tion for use," in the light of Amer
ica's vast economy. Not only did we
learn to produce, we have learned
to use. Americans are the world's
greatest producers, and also the
world's greatest users.
Better Prices, Quality
There's more to it than just pro
duction. Ask any manufacturer, and
he'll tell you that the heart of his
outfit is his sales force. The fellows
who sell and distribute goods repre
sent the other half of our great mass
production system. Your high pro
duction is fine, but it would do no
good unless the goods are placed in
the hands of consumers. Continued
high output lowers the price. Get
Selling and distribution simply
could not do the job without adver
tising. Advertising not only sells
goods, it always helps measurably to
lower prices and to increase qual
ity. When electric refrigerators were
first sold only a few thousand were
made, and it took $600 or more to
buy one. But during fifteen years
of advertising millions were sold,
the price came down to a fourth of
the original price, and the quality
was improved greatly.
Wake Up to Facts
Socialists and Communists have
had some success in attacking this
part "of American economic life. A
few years ago a survey, of 9,000 con
sumers found that 72 per cent of
those interviewed believed adver
tising increased costs to the con.
sumer. Among high school teachers,
this figure reached 82 per cent An
other survey, answered by 8,174 stu
dents in 33 colleges, revealed that
12 per cent considered advertising
an economic waste.' t , r
It Is high time we woke up to,the
economic facts-of-lifel Good and
wise advertising is a vital part of
free competitive enterprise. Natur
ally, advertising would be unneces
sary In a dictatorship. The dictator
could simply tell' the people what
to eat, wear, and enjoy. He would
also tell them what they could not
have. Under a system that p""
no advertising," we would f - 1 '
choices: a lowr t'-tdarl
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public responded wonderfully. The
supper began at S o'clock with the
Home Ec girls serving tempting
plates of birJiwue, chicken salad,
chicken stew ard the most tasty-
hush puppies for two hours. Then
the crowd "adjou'v.ed to the mid
way in the gym, where fun abound
ed. After about two houx-s of much
enjoyment a Coronation of Kings
and Queens of the festival were
held. Miss Kathleen McGowan and
Marshall Jones were crowned in
the 12th grade and Lynn Veach and
Litch Huie, Jr. were King and
Queen in the 5th grade. The popu
larity contest alone netted $224,00.
The Queens of all grades pron aded
across the stage. Mr. Robert West
Following the coronation, a
Men's Fashion Show was held and
all particinants were some of War-'
saw's most alluring young ladles
(men). Their gowns were exclusive
and o' the latest creations. One was
even iHvifned and mici-s by the
model; -and it was beautiful! Alter
the show of modeling the costume
contest among the Kiddies was held
and awards for the best costumes
went to Miss Betty Fhillips, who
was a tramp and Bobby Rhodes,
disguised as a witch.
The PTA wishes to thank each
and every person who helped to
make the carnival a success. Now
some outstanding debts will be
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Urown of
Warsaw announce the birth of a
daughter on October 26. Mother
and baby doing fine.
At word A-STYP-TO-DYNE
means a great deal to thousands
and thousands of its users, who
tor nearly fifty years have en
joyed Its benefits. A-STYP-TO-DYNE
is an unmixed oil of the
Southern Pine which lends valu
able aid in the treatment of open
cuts, bruises, superficial burns,
scratches, abrasions, sunburn, in
sect bites,, muscular aches and
pains and other similar- ai'-"i?s.
Get a bottle today at yvir
favorite drug store. Now ; -able
in three si-?s: 3f'c TO 1
$1.20. Ni IT- "
out a bottle of A-3TiV.j-DYNE.
you. campaMt you ha found t& decide
-and to lead in value aaitdoed in tuttiAftutitio trajlAfitfl
h KiM-AtUM Rldfef-
You get much tmooOitr, taja ride
in Chevrolet becauts it bring? you
the original and outstanding Unit
ized Knee-Action Ride proved and
perfected during 14 ytart tj txpat
tnc in building Knee-Action uniti
and exclusive to Chevrolet and
Chevrolet brings you the enviable
performance, dependability and
, economy of the iYorWt Champion
Jalt-in-Ha& Eniint, which hai
delivered more mile of latiafaction
i to more owners than any other
iwer-plant. Valve-in-Head it
a cornier can.
v. . j k J : :;.
Pine Lumber For Sale .
1X4 Tongue & Grooved 2 Common
Flooring or Sheathing . $47.50
Also, have better grade flooring
2X4 Rough 8 to 16 ft. long $50.00
2X4 Dressed 6 to 16 ft. long $55.00
Cash prices at our plant
ROSE HILL, N. C.
HMSB flu mf
is. I f u un n
Yes, people everywhere
in strong, stjirdy construction
r . . . ..
t ...in durability and
iy dependability ... in
B I Q-GAR QUALITY
AT LOWEST PRICES
BfcS STATION. Warsaw' '''- -
WARSAW; N. C.,'
z . rami ana
Chevrolet ii the on. low-priced car
with the foarfoU iaf ety-protection of
Action Hydraulic Brake. Another 1
combination of feature found eke
where only in CMtlier can. '
iouU take real pride in owning -tbi
car with the world-famou Body ':
by Fiaher. It'l the body, that'
ItUlt in far. and mnn AumfAJ Li,
. inland out. b hardware and ,.1,
uphoiitery a in line and color.
- And it, too, ia exciutive to Cbev-
lolet jm1 higtieriwiced can. .
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