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nSHAUQVlLLE, N.C.
XUfi DUPL1U XI MLS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lStli, 1C 13
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Hiway 11 Pink Hill, N. C.
"Showplace of the Carolina's"
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Added - Shorts
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out of what's in the pantry rather
than buildinp our pantry out o(
what should be in our meals.
Fortunately most inks are wash
able. A good sudsing in warm water
and soap is all that's necessary to
remove most ink stains from our
clothing.
Occasionally, you may have to ap
ply vinegar or lemon juice. If the
clothes are white, bleach remaining
stains with hydrogen peroxide.
With colored clothes sponge with
warm glycerin and let stand for
30 minutes. Rinse well.
MORE WARSAW -Notes
Card Of Thanks
I wish to express my heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to my
friends and neighbors, for the many
deeds of kindnesses shown during
the recent death of my sister, Miss
Minnie Brown. I sincerely ask God's
choice blessings attend you all.
Mrs. Lola P. Garner.
Personals
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State College Hints
ToHomemakers
.J-;; .,'vDo you. eat the same things for
, breakfast, each morning, buy the
- same cuts of meat each week? Left
,1 fe : out of that menu-planning rut
rM'tise' some of the other, good
Mrs. Bessie Knowles spent last
week in Roanoke Rapids with her
son, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eason.
Mrs. Zollie Batchelor og Beula
ville is visiting Mrs. Lola Garner.
Mrs. W. H. Kitchin of Virginia
Beach. Va. and Mrs. Charles Gill
iam and daughter, of Fayetteville
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Kitchin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lee, Tommy
Rogers and Eddie Britt attended
the game in Chapel Hill Saturday.
Miss Barbara Thompson was
home for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pollock has
as week end guests Mr. andMrs.
Stanley Pollock of Lincolnton and
Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock of
Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Pickett had
as week end guests Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Britt arid daughter of Mount
Olive and Frank Pickett of East
Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Sutton and
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Marriner
visited Jackie Sutton at Duke Uni
versity Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brooks had as
Sunday guests Mr. ind Mrs. Harry
Stein and children of Fayetteville
and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ben Ellis of
Goldsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Best had as
guests for the week end Miss Re
becca Best and Mrs. Purcell Jones.
Henry West spent the week end
at home with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs! H. T. Fisher isited
in Fayetteville Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Greene of Concord
spent the week end with Mrs. Stacy
Britt.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Callahan and
children of Fayetteville spent the
holidays last week in Warsaw.
Mrs. A. A. MacDonald and dau
ghter, accompanied by Mrs. Mur
dock MacDonald left Monday night
for their home in Wellesly Hills,
Mass. They were called here on ac
count of the tragic death and funer
al of Mrs. MacDonald's grandson,
Daivd Allen, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murdock MacDonald. The
little boy's mother will be remem
bered at the former Miss Annie
pnoaipnoNS
You can be sure tbit pre !':
cription brought in by your
little boy will receive the
lame careful attention' given
to all prescriptions, v
Warsaw Drug Co,
In Warsaw
Ross Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Hubbard. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. ' E. Anderson i
and children returned lo their homej
in Yancyville after several days
v sit with Mrs. R. C. Pritlgen.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Newkirk spent
Sundav with their daughter. Jean
at Peace College.
Miss Janie Bow en of urgaw and
Wilmington visited Miss Mary Mid
dleton Saturday.
Mrs. C. A. Womack had as week
end guests Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wo
mack of Wilson and dinner guests
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morri
son and son Max of Wallace.
Miss Shirley Norman of East
Bend isited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sur
ratt for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Home and
children of Wadesboro were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mit
chell. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thompson of
Chapel Hill visited Mrs. J. W. Far
rior at the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wright, Jr.
have returned from their wedding
trip. Mrs. fright is the former
Miss Sarah Huhphrey.
Mrs. Avon Sharpe-spent Sunday
in Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton West spent
Sunday in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Belton Minshew
visited in Wrightsboro Sunday.
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Announcement
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CINCINNATI June Myers be
lieves in shopping early as national
headquarters of the Disabled
American Veterans issues annual
appeal to add the name of a hos
pitalized disabled veteran to
Christmas shopping lists. Names
may be obtained from DAV 'Chap
ters or Veterans Administration
hospitals.
The Negro farmers' Achievement
Day Program will be held'rlovem
ber . 20, at Magnolia - Industrial
School at 9:00 A. M. All men should
bring their prize farm' products,
such as swee( potatoes, corn, hams,
eggs, or any products they would
ordinarily brag about.. Women, the
Home Agent says, should bring the
products discussed at their regular
meetings. Prizes will be made avail
able by the merchants of Duplin
County and will be given on the
community basis, that is, the com
munity having the best exhibit.
The 4-H Club program will fol
low on November 24th at the same
time and place. The. general pro
cedure being the same. The public
is invited to attend both activities
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with Rev. E. N. Teague, pastor -of
the Faison Baptist Church in charge
assisted by Rev. J. M. Smith of the
Faison Presbyterian Church.
FAISON NEWS
Henry B. Shine Dies
Henry' Bowden Shine, 66, died
at his home Sunday afternoon af
ter several years of ill health. He
is survived by his wife, the former
Nellie Richardson; one son, Cle
ment Richardson of the home;
three brothers, Thomas of Holly
wood, Fla., John F. of Goldsboro,
D. B, Shine of Latta, S. C; three
sisters, Mrs. J. M. Blass, Wilming
ton, Mrs. B. F. Butler, Hollywood,
Fla., and Mrs. N. K. Oates of Fai
son. Funeral services were held on
Monday afternoon from the home
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against the Estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the unaersignea
at Warsaw, N. C, on or before the
18th day of November, 1949, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar ot
their recovery. All persons Indebt
ed to said Estate will please make
immediate payment. v ;.,
' This the ,15th day of November,
1948. '
Maggie V. Woodward, Admrx.
' of E. H.' Wood ward, Deceased
E. Walker Stevens, Atty. ,;j .
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TJob the safety of your tractor engine and better
performance in cold -weather, let us winterize
your tractor now.
Here's our special Winterizing Service:
Cooling System Lubrication Engine
Compression Carburetor and Magneto
Our factory-trained mechanics will make repair
and install new parts where needed. Prompt service
if you schedule your job early.
Circles Meet
The circles of the Presbyterian
Church met Monday and Tuesday.
Circle No. 2 met Monday evening
with Mrs. Isham Hines. Mrs. J. E.
Faison gave the Bible Study and
Mrs. A. P. Cates the Survey Article.
Mrs. C. D. Lee presided.
Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. Frank
Lee Monday evening. Mrs. Eva
Edgerton presided. Miss Blanche
Lewis gave the Bible Study and
Mrs. Nell Precythe the Survey Article.
Circle No. 1 met Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. J. B. Stroud, Jr,
Miss Elizabeth Hicks presided. Mrs,
A. H. Witherington taught the Bi
ble Study with Mrs. A. D. McNeil
giving the Survey. All circles en
joyed a social hour.
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Make the Camel 30-day teit! When hundreds of men
and women recently, from coau to cout, smoked CameU
Sdivel for 30 dayi in iimilar tet, noted throat
neclaliMi who examined the throau of these tmoken
every week -a total of 2470 examJnatlooi-reported
NO THROAT IIIRITTIOM doe to anoUng CAMELS
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. D. Newton and
daughter spent the week end with
relatives in Raeford,.
Mrs. L. D. Groome visited rela
tives in Portsmouth, Va. last week.
Mrs. Tom Mentzer of Harpers
Ferry, W. Va. is visiting her mother
Mrs. O. L. McCullen.
Youth Day was observed in the
Presbyterian Church Sunday.
Mrs. W. I. Thompson returned
Sunday from Wilmington where
she spent several days with her
daughter Mrs. Lewis Latham who
is a patient at James Walker Hospi
tal. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Havirfg qualified as Administra
trix of the Estate of E. H. Wood
Ward, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
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Here's a real wagon for tractor
and auto use. It trails accurately. It
can take heavy hauls over rough
roads aid fields. It makes short
tarns. Ira tough!
Welded steel gives great strength.
Automotive type steering, tapered
roller bearings, telescoping react,
adjustable stakes, zerk lubrication.
Agrcat wagon, at alowp rice. ..see it!
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