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THE DtJILitJ tliifift
Friday, October 28th., 1m
i;;:M'S STCHES, Inc.
, MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.
Our Shoe Department Is famous For Its Value Giving
ALL YOUR SHOE NEEDS
. . . far every member at the family, for Play, Dress ar Work - - at -price that ault your
; pane, i Before you bay shoes, eome in, let iu convince you. No obllf atlon to buy.
X ' It's our pleuure to bare you visit Whlta'a Stores.
Fall Casuals and Play Shoes
) - The Greatest Values Today far Women and Misses
Black Mafic Suede .. Ballerinas . Open Taes - Closed Toes
Open ar Closed Heels. . : Ta be had in shea 4 through 10.
Meed only at - fi
Styles far Women and Growing Girls
Color of Brawn, aombinatlon of Brawn and White,
or Black and White. Good wearing Oxfords in sites!
4 threat . Priced at
Children's Shoes & Oxfords
Child's sesmless back Brown Shoes in sixes
4 through 9.
MEN'S BLACK KID
Oxford or Shoe
Lots of Comfort- lots of Service. Price
Child's White or Patent Leather
' Roman Sandals
Sises range from t through 9 at
An Extra Special Purchase and Sale Of
Children's Brown Oxfords & Shoes
Moc Toe Oxfords Plain Toe in Shoes
Sises In Shoes - - I I-t thru 1 Sbes in Oxfords - - - 8 1-2 thru 3
Sale Price $1.99 pair
Our Jen's And Boy's Shoes
Dress ar Work Shaes - - are known by all of our customers for their style, service end
They always eome back for more. You, too, should convince yourself.
LOOK AT THESE SPLENDID VALVES ! !
TOO LATE FOB LAST WEEK
Miss Jessie Anne Thomas enter
tained the members of her Sunday
School Class at a tacky party on
Friday night, Oct. 14. Several inter
e9ting games were played. Mlss4
Janice Smith was awarded station
ery as a prize for being the "tack
iest". At the conclusion, drinks
and chicken salad sandwiches were
served to the twelve 'guests.
State College Hints
To Home Makers
In said office, on or before Decem
ber 16th, 1949, or the relief de
manded in said complaint will be
granted the Plaintiff.
This the 24th day of October,
R. V. Wells, Clerk
General County Court
1 1-18-4 1. RDJ
,. with gaad leather aetta and rnbber heels at only . J
Men's Sport Oxfords
in Brown with Crepe Soles, plain or moc toe
Mr. and Mrs. Horace S. Brinson
announce the birth of a son, Ron
ald Gene, on October 11 in Memo
rial General Hospital, . Kinston,
Mrs. Brinson is the former Miss
Lois Bitter of Warsaw.
Miss Judy Thomas was honoree
on her 8th birthday at a party giv
en by her mother Mrs. Jay Thomas
on Oct 1. Guests enjoyed several
outdoor games. The honoree re
ceived several nice gifts. Mrs. Tho
mas served cake, lemonade, ice
cream, cup cakes and bubble gum
to the 24 guests.
Decorations used were in the
pink and green motif.
Keep a pad and pencil near you
when packing away spring and sum
mer cloths and Jot down as you
work what you put away and where.
You will save time, trouble, and
confusion next spring.
Systematic housekeepers post on
attic or closet doors a list of articles
stored in bags, boxes, or certain
closets. Some also label each trunk,
box, and bag with its contents. Any
device which helps the housekeeper
and her family know where possess
ions are at a moment's notice makes
for good home management.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
Beulavllle, N. C.
WARSAW, N. C.
ing for law-abiding gunners.
But worst offender of all is pub
lic apathy. Once the average hunter
realizes that his own sport is at
stake, he probably won't blind his
eyes to other hunter's violations
and bad conduct. Once the general
public realizes that $2,000,000,000
worth of its business is threatened,
it will cease smiling indulgently
over its neighbors' boasts of out
witting the game agents or putting
that officious hayseed o fa farmer
in his place.
In The General County Court
EDITH ANDERSON DUSIK
MEN'S HIGHER GRADE
with It styles ta select from, in either Brawn ar Black; Plain Toe, Cap Toe, Moc Toe
and fancy toe styles, widths D ta EES. Save from 12.00 to 13.00 a pair on these high
trade shaes. Priced only at .. .
The Best Value To Be Found In
Boys' Dress or School Oxfords'
In Brawn ar Black, cap ar moc toe, leather ar heavy
rubber soles, sbes S throats at only ...
Two Extra Specials In
.Medina Ufhtwelcht Wark Shoes far Men wiu a
leather mldsole, robber eataole. Color Brown and
throuth It at only . .
3 Styles in Oxfords
For Men or grawlnt Boys in this very special pur
chase by us. Brown or Black. Moc or Cap toe. For
Style, Wear and Comfort Extra heavy soles for
hard wear. Up throuth EEE widths. Made up to
retail above 05.00.
Our special purchase price enables us to offer yon
these specials at only
Boys' & Youth's York Shoes
Well built comfortable and lata of service in this shoe
They have a leather mldsole, leather Innersole, robber outersole and
heels. Soles arc sewed and tacked.
Youth's sises are 11 ta lSVi at Boys' sises are 1 throuth 0 at
Among those present at the Pres
byterian church for Home Coming
Day were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunt
er, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson, and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cavenaugb of
Warsaw; Mrs. Mildred Sloan of
Chinquapin; Mrs. Rivers Rouse and
Janet Rouse of Teachey; Mrs. H. S.
Johnson, Sr., of Rose Hill; Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Edwards of Pink Hill;
Mr. R. V. Wells of Kenansville;
Miss Bessie Sandlin of Jackson
ville; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hocutt
of Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Thompson and Miss Jo Anne Jack
son of Wallace; Miss Faye Quinn
of Greensboro; Mrs. B. O. Harris
and daughters of Winston-Salem;
and Miss Grace Quinn of Spring
Women Of Church
The Presbyterian Women of the
Church met in the home of Mrs.
Bill Carroll for their monthly meet
inz Tuesday night. Oct. 8. Mrs.
Charlton Sandlin was in charge ox
the program and Mrs. Mildred Thlg
Den save an Interesting talk on
the Bible study lesson. At tne con
clusion the hostess served a sweet
course to the ten members present.
The November meeting will be
held in the home of Mrs. Will
Notice is hereby given that the
above entitled action has been com
menced in the General County
Court of Duplin County by the
plaintiff against the defendant,
wherein the Plaintiff seeks to re
cover from the defendant, an abso
lute divorce, on the grounds of
adultry. The defendant is required
to be and appear at the Office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Duplin County of Kenansville,
North Carolina, on November 23,
1949, and to answer or demur to
the complaint which has been filed
All Kinds Sandwiches
Cold Drinks, Ice Cream
1 MILE SO. WARSAW
By: TED RESTING
A pronounced feeling of pessim
ism about the future of public gun
ning followed reports for the 1948
season which showed more game
law violations than in any previous
year. More-arrests, more convic
tions; more killing beyond bag lim
its or out of season; more illegal
sales of game; more incidents of
damaged property and slain live
stock; more protests from farmers;
more of everything that was wrong
Under today's conditions, public
hunting is largely dependent upon
the landowner's tolerance of hunt
ers, and upon the hunters' license
money. It's really a cooperative en
terprise, but the farmers' tolerance
Is wearing thin due to discourtesies
and vandalism, and the supply of
game is wearing out due partly to
Illegal hunting on the part of both
landowners and hunters.
If the rapid trend toward more
posted land and less game continues
unchecked, hunting will soon col
Hunting violations persist in the
face of increasingly intense enforce
ment of laws. Despite game ward
en's vigilance, many offenders go
unpunished and help wreck hunt-
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Here Is A ,
1 Man's York Shoe
', ara very proud of , as we have sold hundreds!
of pairs and net the first eemnlalat, It la tan rs-
tan leather, with a seamless back, kit a leather sald-l
sola and leather Innersole; mad rubber eataoleJ
Solas sre both sewed sod Billed. Sixes throne k 12
A great gtaa value at
Man's Work Shoe
Money Cant Buy A Better Value Than This
of Brown Elk, with a seamless back and cork
Also has a leather mldsole and leather Inner-
sale far foot protection. Don't pay more whan you
can bay a work shoe of high quality as this at anly
Tha same aa a bore In a Work Oxford for Indoor wark,
service station wark ar for those who dont want a
The Oxfords are only
Prepare now far those wet sauddy days that ara bound to came with winter.
T !cn's Rubber Knee Boots $3.3 pr
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