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The women of Grove Presbyter
ian Church met on Monday After
noon at 4 o'clock In. the home of
Mrs. John A. .Gavin. Mn. G. V.
Gooding hadcharge of the pro
gram, assisted by. Mr. " Clarence
Murphy, Mra. Reynolds, Mrs. N. B.
Boney and Mrs. W. B. Lewis. Mrs.
L. Southerland had charge of de
votional closing. A goodly number
attended, i '
Mesdames J. A. Gavin, J. H.
Hines and N. B. Boney attended the
district meeting No. 8 of the Wil
mington Presbyterial at Mt Olive
Mrs.' E. C. Tyndall, Shirley,- Mrs.
N. B. Boney and Betty Whitfield
went to Goldsboro Saturday. " '
Mrs. Louise Mitchell and Mrs.
J. A. Hines shopped in Wilmington
6tudVr,;r:-r . :.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson and
Jimmie visited in Burgaw Saturday.
Mrs. D. 8. Williamson is visiting
the Buddy Williamsons In Charlotte
this week. - . :. :.?.c 7
Mrs. Alton Payne, Holly, Mr. and
Mrs. C D. Thomas and Mrs. Lola
Smith visited friends In Fayette
ville Sunday.- : - '
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patterson,
Frances and Yvonne spent Sunday
afternoon - in Goldsboro. ?
Mrs. P. J. Dobson is spending
this week In Snow Hill with the
James A. Dobsons. . ; ;
Mrs. - Harold Precythe and : son
are spending this week with her
father Mr. D. S. Williamson.
JMrs. Bill Browder and children
shopped in Raleigh Saturday.
Mrs. Nora Shaffer and Nicky
Bowden are visiting in Kins ton this
... v GASTON F. GRADY '
Mrs. Bill Grady was taken to a
Kins ton hospital for an operation
Monday. - . - -
Mr,, and Mrs. Leonard Grady
were in Klnston Friday, vv.
Jo Ann, Peggy, Ruth, Edith, Con
rad and Gaston attended a Young
Peoples meeting at the home of Al
fred Wells Friday afternoon.
Miss Ramona Herring was home
frem Campbell College for the
week ;end.' .'
Crystallzcd Fruits Of All Kinds
T'iij'.s) 'fir. Wtil f For ; ' . :'v ';V,S;"i"M
: Your Thanksgiving and Christmas
b ouu jLmma unamDers oi runs
ton was home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grady vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Noah Rouse on
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith visited
relatives in the Noble's Mill section
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rouse visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady and fam
Mrs. Colis Sutton and Pelham
of Durham visited relatives here
Mrs. Addle Mewborn spent Sun
day with her son J. A. Mewborn. -
Dr. Gooding To
The B. F. Grady PTA will hold
Its regular meeting Oct. 10 at 7:30
p.m. in the school auditorium. The
guest speaker will be Dr. G. V.
Gooding, Duplin County Health
Officer. - :,-
All parents and teachers are ur
ged to attend the meeting and to
Mrs. B. L. Grady
Dies Hear Varsaw
Mrs. Jeffrey Lewis Grady, 64,
wife of Barney Grady, died Monday
at 0:30 a.m. in Wayne Memorial
Hospital after a week's Illness and
several years of declining neaith.
Funeral services were held from
the home at 3 o'clock Tuesday by
Rev. R. L. Crossno, pastor of War
saw Methodist ' Church and Rev.
M. K. Glover of Kenansville. Burial
was In Pinecrest Cemetery in War
saw. In addition to her husband
she is survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Marvin Summerlln of Mt Ol
ive, Mrs. C. A. Rhodes of Pittsburg,
Pa., and Mrs. Blanche Jones of
Warsaw; two sons, Llvie Grady of
the home and Arey Grady of War
saw; seven sisters, Mrs. Ben Swln-
son and Mrs. C. A. Godbold-of War
saw, Mrs. Joe Parker of Turkey,
Mrs. A. A. Grady of ML Olive, Mrs.
Maggie Chambers of Klnston, Mrs.
Joe Winzigle of Wilmington, and
Annie Lewis of Clinton; one bro
ther, Robert Lewis of Warsaw.
I LA8D7IKD RATES
tire cents per were, nuiinma
charge ef lie. Unices yen have
at with s plea send
stomps, money order
er eheeh with ads.- Farmers!
mm the Thnee Classified ads;
If rest have anything to sell
or exehanf e, er want to hay,
we will aeeept produce lor
FOR BETTER PROTECTION
FARM 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
A. C. HOLLAND,
. PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
' WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
il'-ATWI WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH, N. C.
First Class Plumbing and
All. WV Cuara.ileed
r.'Kf RfiE P. PRIDGEN, J
rfcone 22C-1 Warsa v. N. 0.
U. H. FIRE LOSSES' 1948 SEVEN
HUNDItl D AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY.. PRO
TECT YOI'R PROPERTY WITH""
:i. W. BLACK MORE
Reliable Insurance Service Since
WARSAW. N. C.
FURNITURE Private sale daily,
Auction each Saturday at S o'clock.
J. R. MERCER Furniture Store in
Also Myers Water Pumps.
SHOES For real comfort and
lone life - are the Chester-Aires.
Heel-toToe Cushion Insole. - Air
Conditioned. Orthopedic Arch Sup
port and Heel If desired. Made and
guaranteed by the Charles Chester
Shoe Co, of Brockton, Mass. Those
shoes are not sold through stores.
See or contact Robert E. Holllng-
sworth, Kenansville, N. C. Author
ised Salesman. : Phone 235-8
No need to come to' the bank to '
make deposits or withdrawals. .
AH of our financial
available to you at
you do your banking by mail.
Just send your pass booh, tofether with the endorsed checks,
to send cash, be sure to register the letter. Withdrawals are
for eomplete Information today! v ..
FOR KZ."T: Fleor fco (I
ment, Sander, Edcer and Poller.
FOR SALE: Floor KbtisUng Ma
terials. DUPLIN MERCANTrLB CO.
, KENANSVILLE, N. C.
10-2Mt. C ,
SEE ME for your peean trees and
fruit trees before November lath.
W. E. BELANGA,
Kenansville. N. C.
MALE HELP WANTED
ReUable man with ear wanted to
call on farmers In Duplin County.
Wonderful opportunity. $15 to 921
in a day. No experience or capital
required. Permanent. Write today.
McNESS COMPANY, Dept. C
Candler Bids., Baltimore 2, Md.
FOR SALE: Real nice farm near
Warsaw of E- H. Woodward (decea
sed). Good tobacco aereace and
buildings, mule farm implements,
hay, corn. Also five room house for
rent In town. See Miss Fannie
Woodward, Warsaw, N. C. Home
FOR SALE: Best Quality Lespedesa
Hay In tales. SEE
C. H. HOLLAND, Hi. I,
Kenansville, H. C. '
We have for Delivery NOW: ..
Aero Cyanamld for tobacco beds,
Abrusxt Seed Rye, Cotton seea
Meal & Hulls, Platinum Feeds.
Call on us for your-needs In
General Merchandise ft Farm Sup
C. E. QUINN COMPANY,
KENANSVILLE, ' N. C.
On Tuesday morning, October 11,
at 11:00 o'clock, a representative of
the Coastal Artificial Breeding As
sociation, Inc., at Wallace, will
meet with the Southeastern Breed
ing Association's Policy Committee
at the Town Hall in Statesvllle, W.
Lee Meredith of Trinity, N. C,
President of the Policy Committee
will call the meeting to order.
The Policy Committee Is made
up of one member selected from
each cooperative or Breeding Ser
vice purchasing seman irom mo
Southeastern Artificial Breeding
Association. Various matters oi pol
icy are discussed and voted, upon
by these representatives. ,.-
The DoUcles of the Southeastern
Artificial Breeding Association are
services are --1
home when ss-LlJ"
7 rJy Pclterri
U yjJZ SIZES
Pattern 9332 comes In Jr. Miss
sizes 11. 13, IB. 17. Size 13 takes
4'i yards 89-Inch fabric.
Sand TWENTY-FIVE CENT8 in
coins (or this pattern to 170 News
prner I'attern Dept.. 232 West
lSlli St.. New York 11, N. Y, Print
p iinly CUE, NAME, ADDRESS,
1 1 YLE f4 UMBER.
Just out our Marian Martin
Fall and Winter Pattern Book!
Smart, new clothes to sew at
home. Gift ideas by the score.
Ec d Ftrteen Cents for this book.
A Free Pattern is printed In book
a new weskit to wear with your
kil ls and dresses.
determined by their customers,
those 69 cooperatives and breeding
services in North Carolina, Geor
gia, Virginia, Florida, Mississippi,
Tennessee, South Carolina and
Maryland who use seman from the
Association's High Index Proved
The invited guests will be: Dean
I. O. Schaub, Director of Extension
at North Carolina State College;
Dr. D. W. Colvard, Head of Animal
Industry, Professor J. A. Arey and
Professor John Brown of the Dalrv
Extension Department, all of Ral
eigh. The Coastal Artificial Breeding
Association is helping to improve
the dairy herds of Duplin County
by making available the service ef
High Index Proved Sires from the
. ' . ,
for deposit. If yon wish
-5 ' ; .
Just as simple. Ask us
Southeastern Artificial Breeding
Association, at a cost that all far
mers can afford. , -f
There will be a barbecue supper
at Smith Chapel Church In Smith's
Township Friday nlghV, Oct. 7
from 3 to 8 o'clock. Proceeds to go
for benefit of the church. Every
body is invited.
Rev. G. H. Turner of near Pink
There is no greater
in America than
at only J
fit UTy 'Tt ,
Once it was an art for a man to
dress well economically . . . then
along came CLIPPER CRAFT with
s revolutionary plan to concen
trate the purchasing power of re
tail stores for economies in pro
duction and distribution, result
ing in lower prices without losing
high quality standards! A. BROOKS
was quick to add Its name to Clip
per Craft, bringing you finely tail
ored suits of top quality fabrics
at exceptionally low prices! You'll
find Clipper Craft clothing at A.
BROOKS in Warsaw, so if you
want to economise on your fall
wardrobe, look to
Hill brought into the Times office
a few days ago a multiple ear of
corn. Three solid, well filled out
ears were grown together. Mr. Tur
ner says he grew it on his farm.
It is the first of its kind he says
he ever saw.
trffontivA nntnhr '.2 there will
hi a chanee in the Health Clinic
schedule, according to an announce
ment by the local Health Depart
ment. Effective at once as follows:
Chinquapin - 9 to 10 A. M. at
Billy Brlnkley's Store;
Beulaville - 11 to 12 A. M. at
Arthur Kennedy's Store;
B. F. Grady - 1 to 2 P. M. at
B. F. Grady School.
Cjc::3!i Dn::.:: & -Trust
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