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KENANSVI1JLE, NORTH CAROLINA ;".
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fussell of
Rose Hill, who celebrated the fif
tieth anniversary of their marriaffe
on Tuesday evening July 12th,
from eight until ten o'clock. Mr.
and Mrs. Fussell were married on
July 12, 1899 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Sloan, of Teachey.
foster-parents of Mrs. Fussell by
the late Rev. W. J. Wallace, who
was then pastor of Providence
Methodist Church near Rose Hill.
Mrs. Fussell as formerly Miss
Ella Grady, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Grady of
The AUW will meet with Mrs.
Ed Smith, the former Miss Lucy
Outlaw, at her home in Kinston
Saturday afternoon, August 13 at
3 o'clock. Ail members are urged
William O'Quinn of Jhe army is
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny O'Quinn. .
Miss Edna Sutton Of GOldSlHtrO
spent -the week end with the home
M T.apav filmmflM ind W. O.
iae" been vlsitins her parents Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Martin in Franklin,
. Ralnh Outlaw of Favcttevllle re
cently visited his parents Mr. and
Mm. Vance Outlaw.
The Sunday School . Picnic will
he neln at White Lake Friday.
Dr. R. E. Outlaw of Morehead
spent the wpek end with home
Mr and Mrs. James Whitfield
visited Mr. and Mrs Charles Ver
Mr., and Mrs. Robert Jones and
Mr. nnrl Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of
Wendell were among visitors with
Mr nH Mm h. A. Parker Sunday.
They were accompanied homeby
Donna Lou Jones who had been
visitine her grandparents.
Miss Wilma King of Greensboro
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. put-
L. W. Outlaw spent the week
end in Morehead City.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson are
visiting in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith visit-1
ed Mr. and Mrs. Konert urauy on
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mewborn vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mewborn on
Allan Hardy took members of the
community to Carolina Beach Sun
day. Those who went said they had
a fine time.
Come on folks, let's have news.
Turn in your news or what have
you to me, "Gaston" nd I'll put
it in the Times. Thank you.
All in one week, two tobacco
barns and one pack house. Ons
tobacco barn on the farm of. Mrs.
Ressie Williams was burned Wed
nesday. A pack house on the farm
of Mr. Oscar Hines was burned
the same day. All the year s crop
was lost except the tips. And on
the following Saturday ' Mrs- Gu
House lost a barn filled witn gooo
tobacco. .These are the first fires.
in this community this season. V
". nn u, m Texas rancher, as. The laml will be sold and the
A 79-year-old Texas n" . , christian educatioi
Arthur 1,. Wasson, has. given ?500,
'000 in New Mexico lands to the
Baptist General Convention of Tex.
fund used for Christian education. '
' The 1949 loan rate for Middling
7-8 inch upland cotton has been set
at 27.23 cents per pound.
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" N.w Coiw.iiUe.1 Ejsiest ew erer maje to
k, j !.. Wnman entsrsnd leave
EOl 1UIW u vw " , . -
with dignity. Common sense engineering of
wider doorways, and natural step-in en
trances make it seem absurd tt to nav
to wrestle your way in ana om n
THE OPENING OF THE
1949 TOBACCO MARKETS
You, Mr. Farmer, have done the plowing to
produce this year's golden harvest. We're proud
we've had a part inurnishing you hardware needs.
We invite you to visit us at any time for every
thing in hardware - We feature Sherwin-Williams
Iff' ? I :..
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Your Old Reliable
WARSAW, II. C.
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-New I oncer i-aoor aan km
PRESTOMATIC FLUID DRIVE TRANSMISSION
anvt wunoui uujung t
Nw Sfnoothar Driving l unryuer
Nnr WUw CfcaMMgM fcfjsl We
don't fold you up like a "jackknife. '.
You tit comfortably in teats the
height of your easy chairs at home.
W ve saore headroom, legroom,
and shoulder room for you. And
no otneT ear nu ever nesn u-
Jiletely engineered from the fundamentals up
or ysut comfort, your convenience, your
peace of miud.
New Eatlw Staerlngl In one
of the great advances since
the war, we give you new
"center control" steering.
For the first time, tie rods
of equal length give you
balanced control. There's no wheel fight. Tin-re's
greater road stability, easier him.llmf, less road
shock. Yes, and greater safelv, too- for every-K
thing about this car is designed for safer driving.
Created by CHRYSLKK
Piislin Motors Warsaw, H.fC.
i Alt, W -j. -v
mighty SpitBre engine now has
8tiU higher compression for faster
And along with its better all-
......J nrminM f)Ca ail
amaiing new Waterproof Ignition System
that's exclusive with Chrysler. You can
drive through high water but it won t stall.
You get quicker starting, even in dampest
weather, smoother idling, longer life.
gyral RiM Drive
MR. AMD MRS. FARMER
, For More Profits
Now And For
Put Your Harvest
Money In A
Where it has complete protection. It cannot be lost, nor stolen,- nor
destroyed by fire. Protect your money against these risks.
You may' say, "I have to use most of my money at once" - - Sure,
that's the best reason for using a checking account. When you pay
by check you have ...
pf' A receipt for every bill paid and every penny spent - - your
r cancelled checks. ' .v
A complete and permanent record of every dollar you spend
A record that will help you keep expenses down and profits
up. A record for your Income tax returns.
Conven'ence - - if you use a checking account you have your
money at your finger tips. You can write a check anytime,
You build your credit by using a checking account. In making loans,
first consideration is given those who deposit during the marketing'
season.: Pay by check and use sound, economical WACCAMAW
BANK Credit on your farm. . '
BAIIK AIID TRUST C02.IPA1IY
KEIIAIISVILLE .ROSE HILL
.MEriEfia FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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