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4" TONGUE & GROOVED
SHEATHING & ROOFERS 845.00
5" -r.5 . " :. :- ; $52.00
2 X 4 ; DRESSED $52.00
Southmont Mfg. Co.
, 1 PHONE 317
ROSE HILL, N. C,
T. TAT I ON
This Young Lady Would Like to Have Her
Brakes Checked, Lights Fixed, Horn' Repaired,
Speedometer Adjusted and If Yu Have the
.Facilities, Her Head Examined!
We don't examine heads . . . but we do
give your car a complete examinatin
from headlight to tail-light, service and
repair it expertly and inexpensively.
' . , Drive in.
J. E. FULFORD'S GARAGE
- NEAR KENANSVILLE
in quick time!
IMPORTANT! "If Automatic
, , It's Better"
V Saves Work
WARSAW SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY J
R. L. KERRi Mgr. Phone S37 ,
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. . If V rol Karfdy meat drawer - ' . d ; i. '
',"f "C'ii Automolle Interior Ifgtt ' U fAr ' 1
' ' - Large freiea food compartment " ' - -i
Ifr", s-!i' ' ' Durable, long-lasting finish i; U ViSi. .
' . - i i 4 -vV . Low operating cost Vx -- '
1 ' ' " '' r T 1
The Friendly Club met for its
regular meeting May 6 in the home
of Mrs. Fred Revelle with 14 mem'
hers and one visitor present. Miss
Clontz gave an interesting and edu
cational lecture on Foods and Nu
trition. Mrs. O. L. Holland and Mrs.
Clyde Bradshaw gave talks on food
also. Games were played and re
freshments of iced tea and cheese
cakes were served.
Bring your wash to our auto
matic laundry for service
right in the heart of the
shopping center. Wash com
plete - - ready for drying -
Cake -Pie Sale
The WS of CS will sponsor a pie
and cake sale Saturday .morning,
May. 14, at Packers Store, begin
ning at 0:30 a.m. All pies and cakes
will be homemade: Come and buy
your week end supply.
At Ft. Macon
.Mrs. Jack Jones, president of the
Klnston Chapter UDC, delightfully
entertained the Klnston Chapter
and the James Kenan Chapter on
Wednesday at her summer home
near Ft. Macon end made a special
visit to the historic State shrine.
Those from Warsaw enjoying the
day were Mesdames R. L. West,
H. L. Stevens, Jr., C. A- Vomack,
L. S. Whittle, Kathleen Snyder,
Stacy Britt, and Miss Eula Powell.
Also Mrs. Gv P. Prldgen. ; ; j
Hole Of Thanks
The Warsaw Methodist Church
wishes to publicly thank the Lans
field Home Demonstration Club for
the lovely flowers placed in thtf
church Sunday in commemoration
of Home Demonstration Club Week.
Mrs. R. E. Holland is president of
Mrs. George Hopkins entertain
ed her club Thursday night "with
I two tables in play. Spring flowers
I decorated the living room and high
score ward, a crystal bud vase,
went to Mrs. Belton Minshew, sec
ond high, wall plaques, to Mrs.
Bill Boyette and visitors high, note
sheets to Mrs. Herman Hollings
Iworth. Mrs. Carl Windens held
candy for traveling award. During
progressions cokes and nuts were
served and at the conclusion a p ;ar
salad course with lemonade was
WHEN -YOU NEED
SERVICES QF, "AN '
J CAlL !
BILL HINES, JR.
Phone 270-1 262-6
warsaw, x: c :
HAVE TOO BOUGHT
Mr. Frank McGowan, who has
been a paUent at James Walker
Hospital, is now recuperating , in
the home of his sister' Mrs. O. H.
Best. - - . '
Mrs. Allen Draughon underwent
a major operation Thursday after
noon in James Walker Hospital,
and is getting along as well as can
u J.. P,' Johnson, who underwent a
tonsllectomy last week is back at
work In Gamer's Self Service.
Mrs. N. A. Mitchell entertained
her club . Thursday afternoon at
her attractively decorated home,
When scores were tail! ed Mrs.
Paul Potter held, club high and
Mrs. J. P. Harmon, visitors high.
Each received a novelty dish gard
en. The hostess served strawberry
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Boyd, of
17 Summit Walk, Lake Forest, Wil
mington, announce the birth of a
daughter Cherlene Annette, on
Su.ulav, April 24, 1949, James Wal
ker Hospital, Wilmington. Mrs.
Boyd is the former Miss Mary Alice
Reaves, daughter of Mrs. Charlie
Reaves of Warsaw and Wilmington.
Mrs. Ralph lies', Jr., was hos
tess Tuesday evening when she en
tertained her club and additional
quests wilh four tables of bridge
among a ( pretty setting of glads
and potted plants. Club high went
to Miss Hannah Pridgen and visit
ors high to Mrs. E.d Sheffield. Both
reteived aprons. Mr.. Paul Berry
received napkins for traveling and
Miss Ann Nell Parker, bride-elect,
was remembered with a shoe bag.
During play coca colas and cheesles
were served and at the conclusion
ce cream, mints and nuts.
Junior 6. As
The Junior Girls Auxiliary of
the Baptist' WMU honored their
,inof hers With '& banquet Friday
evening In the church which was
attractively decorated, and covers
were laid for 45 guests, who found
their" places by means of novel
hand made place cards.
Miss Peggy Thomas, president,
I graciously welcomed the Mothers;
Miss Ross Garner sang a solo,
"Baby Your Mother"; and Miss
Barbara Jones recited a poem,
Mrs. V. A. Stancil, a mother, re
turned thanks and a tempting menu
of tomato juice cocktail, ham. po
tato salad, string beans, radishes,
hot rolls, iced tea and jello was en
joyed. Assisting the girls in enter.
taining were counselors Mesdames
Wilbur Garner, L. S. Whittle, and
N. A. Mitchell.
.; Mrs. Jack Jones entertained ner
club at her home in Ft. Bragg on
Wednesday afternoon. The home,
ensuite for the occasion, was at
tractively; decorated and a tempt
ing luncheon course was served .t
one o'clock. Bridge was then en
joyed with Mrs. Hector McNeil
cceiving a strand of beads for
high, Mrs. Maurice Jordan recei
ved plaques for low and Mrs. Rob
ert Frederick held a kitchen what
not for. traveling. Those enjoying
the hospitality of Mrs. Jones were
Mesdames McNeil, Jordan, 'Frede
rick, Joyce Burton, Mitchell Britt,
Ed Hines, Daulton West, of War
saw and Mrs. Jimmy McColman of
Johns, formerly a member of thj
Warsaw Club. Mrs. Jones formerly
lived in Warsaw. ; '
B & P 7 To Meet
The Duplin Chapter- Business
and Professional Women will hold
their monthly meeting - Monday,
May' 16 at 7:00 p. m: at Mitcbiners
Restaurant. Please notify Mrs. R.
L. West if you plan to attend.
The members of Warsaw Lodge
No. 677 AF&AM are urged to meet
it the lodge hall Sunday, May 19
at 10.-40 a.m. at which time they
will attend services at the Warsaw
Presbyterian Church in body. All
Master Masons, are cordially invited
and a special invitation to ail mem
bers "of neighboring lodges is ex
tended. Mr. and Mrs, Graham Quinn and
son of Balolfrh were home for the
Uvtr't i 1 v"'i their parents
li r Cell
Those making the "A" Honor
Roll for the 8th month in the War
taw Schools are as follows: -
Crade 1: Martha Anne Birr, Ca
rol Bradshaw, Ruth Ellen Knowles,
Mary Ina Rouse, Gloria Ann Smitn,
Sue Whittle, Shelby Jean Zachary,
Fred Baars, Bill Straughan, Jr.,
Betty Britt, Gcrline Brown, Helen
Cooke, Yvonne Davis Elaine Frede
rick, Judy Pearsall, Lois Peterson,
Peggy Westbrook, Jewell Williams.
Gradg 2: Brooks Boyette, Shel
ton Justice, Cary Penny, Daisy
Brock, Drew Grlee, Austin Rldcc,
Margaret Brown Frances Grady,
Emily Henderson, Annette Holmes,
Kathryn Oakes, Joyce Potter, Anne
Straughan, Doris Whaley.
. Grade 3: Paul Blackburn, W. C.
English, Charles ..Powell, Jimmy
West, Elizabeth Armstrong Marci -Hipp,
Thelma Jenkins, Lynn Veach,
I Janet Wood, Dallas Hollingsworth,
Litcb Huie, James Sanders, Walk
er Stephens, Carole Baars,' Judy
Rollins, Judy Stancil,
Grade 4: J. B. Stancil, Lenelte
Bos tic, Sarah Alice Fussell, Lib
West, Janice Williams, Jerry Join
er, Charlie Armstrong, Henry Carl
ton, H. C. Phillips, Catherine Bla
lock, Frances Mathls, Lillle Mae
Grade 5: Betty Ruth Byrd, Anne
Lee, Billy Cooke, Ann Blanchard,
Lucy Dunn, Barbara Stancil, Shir
Grade 6: Elolse Lanier, Joyce
Grade 7: Molly Hipp, Nancy
Houston, Margaret Frederick. Peg
gy Thomas, Angeline Gore, John
Steed, Annette Boyette.
Grade 8: Jo Anne Britt, Juliana
Jenkins, Peggy Mitchell, Thomas
Rogers, Ihclma Swinson, Janice
Bostic Mamie Bostic.
Grade 9; Joyce Ann Jones, Mary
Elizabeth Packer, Lois Phillips,
Polly Thomas, Nancy Bunday..
Grade 10: Carol Carlton, Mary
Gray Davis, Anne Huie. -
Grade 11: George Best, Hugh
Carlton, Ernest Monzingo, Kather
Grade 12: Mary Lee Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle had
as week end guests at Carolina
Beach Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whittle,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whittle nad
son of MoLeansville and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Todd and son of Myr
tle Beach, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oakes had
as week end guests Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dall of Raleigh and Mr and
Mrs. Earl Lewis of Richlands visited
them Sunday afternoon.
Mesdames Fred Revelle, it. L.
Pridgen, S. E. Godwin and Mies
Hannah Pridgen visited their sis
ter and daughter, Mrs. K. C. Sid
bury in Wilmington at the week
Mrs. W. B. Hawes and son of
Ocilla, Ga. are visiting her niev
Mrs. Walter Bostic. ,
Mr. and Mfs. B. D. i Minshew
and sons were recent guents ot Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Minshew in Fremont
Mrs. Minshew visited her mother.
Mrs. A. J. Strickland at Carolina
Beach, last week.
Mrs. Carl Winders was called to
Greenville Friday on account of the
illness of her father, Mr. Elier. -
Mrs. Jimmy Kitchin and daugh
ter of Virginia Beach, Va.i were
guests last week of her parents Mr.
and Mrs., A. L. Cavenaugh.
Mrs. Emily Tice of Wadesboro
is visiting her sister Mrs. .N. Av
Hp and Mrs W. R Blackmore
had as week end" guests Mr. and
Me f. ALLEIlr JR. .
Kenansville, N. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
QUI II II WHOLESALE CO.
OF WARSAW IN DUPLIN
- , Distributors Of t. .
POLAR DEAR FLOUR ill
GROCERIES, FEEDS, SEEDS
MILFORD QUINN, Mgr. Z
Mrs. Frank Blackmore and daugh
ters of Winston-Salom and Rev,
and Mrs. James Blackmore of Ma
sonboro Sound. Rev. Blackmore
and Dr. W. R. Cullom of Wake
Forest College were again here on
Tuesday afternoon. .
Mrs. tacy Britt and - daughters
spent the week end In Concord
with' her mother, Mrs. Annie Green.
. Mr. and Mrs. - Thomas Rogers
and son visited her mother Mrs. C.
L. Bostic Sunday in the home of
her sister. Mrs. Annie Raynor near
Mr. and Mrsc Graham Phillips
and children were Sunday guests
o& Mr. and Mrs. L. R. George in
..; Mr. and Mrs. Alvas Powell, Jr.
of Goldsboro visited his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Powell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thorn?
and Son of Thomasvllle and Miss
Margery Thomas of Goldsboro were
week end guests of their- parents.
Mr. and Mrs, F. J. Thomas Mrs.
DeLeon Best of Goldsboro were
down Sunday. ..,.",
Mrs. W. A. Carter had as her
guests for the week end Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Barker and son of
Oxford and Mr. and Mrs. James
Carter of : Brunswick, Ga., Mrs.
Barker remained fdr the week.
Mrs. Charles Howell of Goldsboro
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Black
burn Sunday. 7; . '
The lazy Hyena
Went to Helena
Hoping attractions to see.. v ; '
While back in Duplin
Folks were roarin' and wnoopin'
At things that wern't to be
. ...i, : ;. - i . , . -
See "The Dupllm Story"
Buy your ticket now, ,
AT 7:30. ALL MASTER MASONS
ARE INVITED 'TO ATTNED
MEETS EVERY SECOND AND
FOURTH TUESDAY NIGHTS
But Wfc've Been
For Many Years
AND OUR REPUTATION FOR
ACCURACY AND PURITY IS
TOPS." 1 ,
- WARSAW, N. C.
. i m J ,-. .i Your
f M 1 : Reliable
' . y . Druggist
.V. . .1
CLASS OTKD RATES
Two cents per wont aoiiUMsa.
ekarre f fOe. maeaa roa have
aa aeeoaat With aa pileaM send
money, (tanipa, noaejr arder
cheek with ada. lannan: .
oae the Times Classified ada:
tf yon fcav auythlaa ta aeli
r emhaBte, or want to kay,
we will aeeeat fradnoa far
FOR SALE CAFE equipment, com
plete, Including all kitchen Utensils, -
ga cook stove, electric refrigerator,
ice hot, office desk and equipment,
tables and chairs, china, sliver, oil
heater. Will sell in lump or In parts.
Keason: personal problems forcing
us to close. A good location for
profitable business. Will rent all
TIIELMA'S IE A ROOM,
Mrs. Thelma Stroud, Mrs. Thel-oa
Murphy, Gooding Bldg. Kenansville
It C'v,,.:s-',,y.);:.,y;',i': -
FOR TOBACCO FLUES, SEE J. C.
BELL, Summerlin Crossroads,
Mt Olive, R. F. D.
FOR SALE: Black Poland Chiia
Figs; age 8 weeks. Will held until
Rt 2, Pink Hill, N. C.
5-20-2t Pd. -
FOR SALE: 8 Cubic foot Deep
Free Box. Also Coca Cola Dry .
Box, in excellent condition. Cheap.
Call! Warsaw 578. - '
5-13-2t ELB '
FOR SALE or RENT: Nice cement
block home ia Warsaw; located an
CemetBrr Road.. Uaa living room,.
dlnnette'Mtohent twa' bed rrcms,
bath,n o water. Also 16 by M
brooder house: Vs acre land..
Mr.. Francis Taylor, Warsaw.
5-20-St pd. r
MAN WITH CAR WANTED for
route work. 815 to S 20 In a day. No
experience or . capital required
Steady. Write today. Mr. McVev.
Candler Bldg Baltimore 2, Md.
5-13-2t pd. . '
CEMENT, MORTARMIX, PLAS
TER, finish lime; rocklath,
SHEETROCK, ROOFING, D'OORS,
WINDOWS, FLUE EYES, GRATE
BARS, TOBACCO FLUES.
J. C. RUSS, Warsaw, N. C.
WANTED TO BUY PINE LOGS.
PLNNEl'S BUILDING SUPPLY
Rt No. 2, WALLACE, N. C.
-20-3t pd. v
FO" BETTER PROTECTION
INSURE Wri H
I BUREAU MUTUAL
Write or See
W. SPICER. KENANSVILLE. N. C
SEE ME and make appointment
to do your auto body and fen
der repairs, also replace your
broken glasses with new Shatter
Proof glass. -
A. C. HOLLAND,
(trim! wtl la Qa aMi
mthrfu-Wy wittar aapply.
Writ for (DotatlM. (Mat
OJstea ,aa4 db-nrOnn from
yomr Poat OfTkw.
:. IIRATTR IVKIX COMPAHT -r
lAl.rWH. NOBTI OAROf.rNA
First Class Plumbing; and
All Work Guaranteed
Phone 226-1 Warsaw. N. d
HAVE IN STOCK Gyplap, Siding,
for tobacco barns, Sheet Rortc,
RockLaths Plaster, Finishing Lime
Windows, Doors. Now Booking r
dess for TOBACCO FLUES. J. C.
RUSS, Warsaw. N. C
U. & FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN
HUNUKED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORI diu;
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. PRO
TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH
R. W. BLACKMORE -Reliable
Insurance Serrloa Slneo
September, 1902. '
. WARSAW, N. C .
' Beaaa at Waraa-CaaiOa
Borlal AssortaOw ,
m"laaoa Service, day or alaiit
A. J. CAVENAUGH
Hl 1 ' ' "jeweler .
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