fjev Plymouth Features Beauty ' Performance, Safety and L qmton feflHaat new styling b combined fcfc utstanding tiding comfort, in ortwed ' roominecs, and sweeping - raarhjini T1 improvement in the M Una of Plymouth automobile. Completely redesigned, the new Plymouth ha a longer wheelbase lor a batter ride and more road sta bility, but leu front and rear over- ' hanr for easier narking and garaging. While the silhouette has been low ered and the width decreased, there u mnr head and lee room and seats are wider. Typical of Plymouth's many refinements is .the ignition starter combination, with which a itirn nf t'.iff kpv starts the ermine. 'The iitw Plymouth c .:leek in uppuiuuiice. New icai -iiJ : iyiine provides a graceful balance With the 'leiuoulal grille liuus v.hich empha- Tko Wm-ulnMa ol the front Pendtrs which blend perfectly into body linea are nevertoeiess separate ar,A ifetaMiaMe. thus avoiding sheet metal panels so costly to repair or replace. The new Plymouth line includes ina distinct automobile. Special foiuxa -and deluxe tvnee are on a im.lni-h urhMlhaaa. one Inch Ionizer than last year's. Special deluxe models are: four-door sedan, club coupe, convertible club coupe and In the deluxe KTOUP m ihm lour-door sedan and the club coupe. '1.1 addition, Plymouth will build . ii - J deluxe models on a tn-and new 111-inch wheelbase, a two-door sedan, a three-passenger coupe, and a new body type, tne Suburban. I The 97-horsepower engine has fan' arovid oarfbrmanae and efftci.ncv with a new design cylinder head which increases compression ratio to 7 to 1. A new chrome rj'ated compression piston ring reduces cylinder wear and provides greater protection during the break-in per iod. There are improved oil lings for greater ou economy," wfc"a a newly-designed intake manifol l In duces quicker,' smoother engine warm-up and produces taster throttle response. Body styling which produces mvater nassenffer- room without ex- V..1L. .1m (r.nnMI vUfliflitV.. V-type windshields have 37 percent more area and . provide excellent vision without distortion. ' Wind shield wipers clear 6L5 -percent greater area and the rear window is 35.4 percent larger. visitors. After the regular sewh bee was held, a social hour was en joyed at which time the club pre sented Mrs. J. O. Morrison linen as a fare well gift The hostess ser ved a chicken salad plate and pound cake for flee sen. Personals Keimaimsvnllfle News timn the hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. S. Williamson, served cook ies and coca colas. , Kollingsworth, P. J. DobsonE. A. Newton, G. V. Gooding and C. J Murphy were, among tnose mom Kenansvilie who attended the fu neralf Mil. E. C, Tyndall's father, Mr. Bryan. Miss Jean Tyndall of Rex IIos- Joe Qu..m - ui .nat 4hA wtAk end at Home Miss Erma Williams of the fac ulty ot Miss Hardbarger's School mi Raleigh spent the week end at her home here. ;. week end at home. Mjss Pattle Loftm was in Ke nansvilie Friday to attend the fu neral of Mr. Pickett and also spent the week end. here. , r . ..f . ,. m o MRS. JAMES AlJ-iEN DUNN who before her marriage on February 24 was Miss Susie Lee Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. William son ol Kenansvilie. Mr. Dunn is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Kenansvilie. P. T. A. Meeting The Kenansvilie PTA met last Wednesday night at the - school building with the president, Mrs. V. Vestal presiding. After busi ..: was completed annual reports vcre made and officers for the .nvng year were installed by Mr. P. .Johnson. A report on the ro3 e. s of the gymnasium was giv- Birthday Dinner ; , Dora Betty Dixon and Mr. p i Mj land surprised Mrs. Colon r il'and with a birthday dinner on '.irsday night of last week. When ,1 . Holland walked in to her home from work, she was greeted by all of her brothers and sisters, their wives and husbands and children, u i mother and father and a few close friends. ; There were fifty present. A deli rious barbecue and picnic supper was served. Circles Meet The WS of CS met Monday night in the home of Mrs. D. S. William-j son with a good attendance. The president. Mrs. E. A. Newton pre-' sided ant) Mrs. O. P. Johnson gave! the program which was a talk on the "Effect of Communism In Chi na on Christianity". Mrs. W. M. In-, tram presented the first chapter of the Bible study book. After busi ness a social hour was enjoyed at- The Ella Cooper Circle met with Mrs I. C. Burch Monday evening with circle chairman Miss Dora Betty Dixon presiding. Mrs. Amos Brinson had charge of the pro cram anrt was assisted by Mrs. Coion Holland. After the business session, the hostess served ice cream and ginger ale and cookies. There were 12 members Rresent. Circle No. 1 met Monday after noon in the home of Mrs. J. L. Williams with 12 present. Mrs. N. B. Boney presided in the absence of the chairman. The Bible Study on the book of Revelations was giv j en by Rev. J. G. Morricon. After the business session Mrs. Outlaw in behalf of the Women of the Church, presented Mrs. Morrison a lovely gift in appreciation oi ner fine work in the Auxiliary since she has been in Kenansvilie. The hostess served pineapple sherbert and cookies. Circle No. 2 met Monday evening with Mrs. Louise Mitchell, and Mrs. ' Mitchell also presided. An inter esting talk on Characters of the Bible was given by Miss Hilda I Clontz. A summary of the pas.1 I year's work and plans for work I during the coming year were dis cused by the organization. Dur ing the social hour the hostess ser i ved cake and coffee.' mih. Harrv morris oi uuraaw vis lted- Miss Martha Pickett Sunday afternoon. ..... . Mr . and Mrs. J. H. Grady attend- en the funeral of his brother in Elm City on Monday. Mrs. - John Wiuard and children of Elizabeth' City are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. U byres. Mnmntod Bonev. Jr. of UNC and Janet Boney of Peace College were home for the week end. . ' M Wilbur Adams and children of Carolina Beach spent the week . ... ' . . m . . . end U'lul ner parents nr. aim nu J. L. Williams. .Mr.'- and Mrs. Johhn Currie and Florrie shopped in Goldsboro on Saturday. : ' r---.- Mrs. N. B. Boney and Miss Janet Boney made a business trip to Goldsboro Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Boney made a business trip to Washington, N. C. on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brinson spent Sundav in Bailey with Mr. and Mrs. I J. M. Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and snn. aecomnanied by Mrs. Tim Giady visited Mrs. Newman in Sev en Springs on Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Thomas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Colon Holland, Miss Dora Betty Dixon, Mesdames Robt. Sewing Club Faison Native Is Buried In Maryland Funeral services were held Sat urday for Mrs. Katie I. Scott, 70, formerly of Faison, N. C, who die I Thursday in her Deale, Maryland home. Burial followed in Congrega tional Cemetery. . ; Mrs. Scott went to Washington, D. C. at the age of 20 and for five years she operated the Scott InnT retiring afout four years ago. During the last six years she lived ! in Maryland. She was the wife of j Clarence E. Scott, a retired csrpen I ter. A brother, Herbert Clifton, lives In Faison. TO THE '. HOUR OVER GLINTONWRRZ EACH SUNDAY AT 3 P.M. DUPLIN A. NEXT SUNDAY, MARCH 20 'Si WOLFESCRAPE TOWNSHIP WILL BE ON THE AIR ., . . - .- .. .."..I.-. .... ; ..... These Programs Are Telling Us Part.Of The "STORY OF DUPLIN" . ' The Diiplin Hour Sunday, 3:00 P.M. Ove- I as Mrs. O. P. Johnson was hostess to the BMG Sewirig Club Tuesday nfi-moon with a good number ol" mrrbjrs present and Mics I.ula Hin-,on i-nu Mis. ilo-3 Ifines as i 4 j to"? h m 111 it i 4 i ,r "I' i:..tftMTIlwfenriifftilil iii- J a ' -asasssssss- Ik... apsaa v ar s ','' 3. 1 ; .A 'I - , RMSieU4IIC FLUID BKIVE ' t. ,.V-f .V . if. u, With millions of dollars of eggs and " 'poultry' still being imported into South-. : 1 eastern North Carolina, it looks as if . many farmers in this part of the country re overlooking a good bet. Last year, a ' number of farmers in this area enjoyed a ' labor income over- feed costs of over '$750 from their small flocks of poultry. ;r, The market is here, others are enjoy ing this eprtra income. Many more farm- ., ers in Tide Water territory could do as well by maintaining a flock of from ISO to 400 or more birds on their farms. For information we suggest you,, see ' your County Agricultural Agent or Vocational v Teacher. They can give you all the facts. NOW ON DISPIAY !? everywhere. 1 he ' new Silver Anniversary Chrysler, With more -room greater comfort greater safety and per- firmance. Completely new in its well-bred beauty! Advanced again in its inspired engineering. ; Like every Chrysler for 25 years, our Silver t Anniversary car is beautiful because it reflects . 'the common sense and the imagination of the in the Chrysler way of building cars. And ence again, with more than 50 important improve ments, you are getting first from Chrysler the advances that really count - . - The full beauty of the Silver Anniversary Chrysler goes far beyond all that is exciting o the eye. Tailored to taste, with ample headroom with plenty of shoulder room and legroom with wider chair-height eats.This is a car perfect in every oetau right to its jewei-us aia my. my, ft wiiwwww. n'f"-"""' n...i,.i-ftfiiwii.iiwiiiwi There's nore horsepower from the foremost high : compression engine, the mighty Chrysler Spitfire! , With Preistomatic Fluid Drive Transmission , . with Safety-Level-Ride I , ." with exclusive Safety Rim wheels that make it "almost impossible to ' throw a tire . . with more than 50 advances in i safety, comfort, convenience, and performance v-this is the car you'll talk about for years, to ' come, We cordially invite you to see and fde hi Tit t . by far the greatest value ottered i j irXTTrX AGAIN YOV 6BT TEE GOOD THINGS FIRST FROM CHRYSLER CO M P I A - N Y ' i . TIDE WATER-POWER
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