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THE DUTL11J TIMES
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,1 BBICB HOUSI PLAN NO. 4M-Dlfa4 by
Tht Is one of 87 homes
"Carolina Homes." a plan
Simple In its general line, but
ltn a touch of the unique, found
Its two front windows, this well
glanced House represents the best
lements to be found in small hou-
This design presents in reality
blend of all home desirabilities
lth Its efficient and compact af-
kngement of rooms, all on one
oor. The living room is assigned
lie most commanding spot in the
lan with windows on two sides of
The living room is as large as
!nes In much larger houses and is
lesigned as the hub of activities
(rithln this home.
The dining room adjoins the kit
hen on the back side of the house.
!n this position, the dining room
itfords a view into the quiet back
U. which will make mealtime a
The bedrooms are both located
In the same side of the house so
Jhey will be distinctly separated
from the rest of the house, but at
Ihe same time they are private with
respect to each other. Their separa
tion is maintained by an interven
iurbath..;' f Closet space is adequate and
ventilation excellent Ample stor
age space In attic, with built in
place stairway leading to It
Fo Olds Owners
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.lng closer for most residents of the
country, this is the time to think
I about servicing that family car for
the cold season ahead, James Nor
'wood West, manager of West Mo
tor Company, Oldsmobile dealer in
Warsaw, points out
If1 you want maximum comfort
and 'performance at a time when
dependable transportation is vital,
be lure to give your Oldsmobile
proper protection now against free
zing temperatures "and driving
snows, suggests Mr. ' West. Those
who follow the winterizing program
recommended by Oldsmobile Di
vision will experience less personal
discomfort when lower tempera
tures prevail in most sections of
MONDAY and TUESDAY
It Happens Every Spring
VVith Ray Milland and Jean Peters
. WEDNESDAY MaUnee and Night
"With Preston Foster, Ellen Drei, Andy
Fa vine and Brick Bradford.
TEL. JDAY and FRIDAY ,
"i Mark Stevens and Colleen Gray.
ALSO SHORT SUBJECTS
:DAY DOUBLE FEATUEE
i Johnny Mack Brown 1 Maria Montez
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designed by leading Carolina Architects and featured in
book published by Brick ft Tile Service,
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the country, he explains.
"The first and most important
step is to make sure that winter
lubricants are used and that en
gine oil is replaced with oil of the
proper weight or viscosity," Mr.
West says. "Cold weather tends to
congeal lubricants and to cause un
due wear to fast moving parts. Oil
and grease must be viscous enough
to do the job under extremely low
Every Oldsmobile owner living
in this area knows that the radia
tor fluid must be protected from
freezing by the addition of a re
liable anti-freeze solution. But he
pointed ; out, many motorists do
not take the time to have their rad
iator, hose connections, and heater
checked for possible leaks. Those
who do take care of this matter in
the early "fall will not lose their
anti-freeze solution later in the
winter when its full strength will
be needed to prevent freezing and
serious damage to the engine, he
"Ease in starting any engine, plus
good performance -fn cold weather,
depend to a large extent upon prop
er engine adjustments and an effi
cient electricarsystem," Mr. West
said. "Proper adjustments of com
pression, carbureation and Ignition
Wtektr, ArchiUct, Ortnuboro, N.
Inc., Greensboro, N. C.
insure top performance at all times
and mean more miles per gallon."
He suggests .that all Oldsmobile
owners ask their dealer to check
these four important items:
1. Add correct amount of reliable
2. Check spark plugs and distri
3. Inspect battery and see that
it is fully charged.
4. Inspect generator and voltage
"By following the suggestions
outlined above your Oldsmobile
will start more easily, give better
performance, be properly lubrica
ted, and will afford greater com
fort no matter how cold the weather
gets," Mr. West concluded.
MSgt. Emery G. Murray of the
Wilmington Army and Air Force
Recruiting Station announced to
day that John F. Hamilton, of Mag
nolia, a former Gunner's Mate First
Class in the Navy enlisted in the
Anti-Aircraft Artillery last week
as a. First Sergeant He was sent to
Ft Jackson, S. C. for processing
Sgt. Murray also stated that any
man who held the rating of Gun
ner's Mate, Radarman, Fire Con
trolman, or Chief Electrician's
Mate, or corresponding rate in any
of the Armed Forces, may enlist
in grade held at time of discharge,
not to exceed grade two (Sergeant
h) hi i . i
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SUN. - MON. Oct 30-31 '
Come To The Stable
With Loretta Young :
And Celeste Holm.
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TUESDAY, NV. 1
Tckc One Fclsc Sf :p
With William Powell
WEDNESDAY, Nov. I
An Old Fashioned
The Thursday Bridge Club met
with Miss Lula Hinson Thursday
evening of last week. Prior to the
games refreshments were served.
Mrs. G. V. Gooding received the
prize for high score. One visitor
Bridge Club Hostess
Mrs. Joseph Wallace was hostess
to the Kontract Klub on Tuesday
night. The house was attractively
decorated with fall flowers. ' All
members were present. Mrs. J. O.
Stokes received high score prize.
Mrs. D. H. McKay was remembered
with a birthday gift At the conclu
sion of games Mrs. Vance Gavin
assisted the hostess in serving a
congealed salad with crackers and
Entertains At Bridge
Mrs. A. R. Bland, Jr. entertained
her club at her home last Thurs
day evening. The halloween motif
was used for decoration. Mrs. W. A.
Oden of Greensboro and Mrs.
Vance Gavin were guests. Mrs. Em
ory Sadler won high score for
members and Mrs. Gavin won for
visitors. Mrs. Oden received an
out-of-town guest prize. At the
conclusion of the games the hostess
served pumpkin pie and coffee.
The Womans Auxiliary of the
Grove Presbyterian Church met on
Monday afternoon with their pres
ident Mrs. J. A. Gavin. Mrs. G. V.
Gooding had charge of the study,
"A Responsible Society". Mrs. N.
B. Boney assisted Mrs.' Gooding
with questions and answers on Wil
liam Black Memorial. Mrs. L. Sou
therland was in charge of Devotion
al closing. ,
Mrs. Mary Alderman of Rosa Hill
celebrated her 83rd birthday with
a picnic dinner at the home of her
daughter Mrs. P. J. Dobson on
Sunday, Oct. 23rd. Those attending
were her sister, Mrs. J. H. Alder
man, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Alderman,
L. K. Jr. and Mary lan of Rosa Hill;
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Alderman of
Elizabeth City; Mrs. Adele Carr of
Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Dobson, Lois and Linda ot Snow
Hill: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odom
of Raleigh; Mrs. P. K. Teachey of
Richmond, Va.; Mrs. W. J. Mld-
jlleton and James and Miss Nell
Bruckhaus of Warsaw; Mr. ana Mrs.
Wlilard Brlnson and Hiram of Ke
Mrs. Daisy Merritt left Tuesday
for Rocky Mount where she will
visit Mr. William Mclntyre and
family. From Rocky Mount, she
The recruiting office is located
at Room 205, Post Office Building,
Wilmington. In the near future
recruiting Sergeant will be work
ing the Duplin County area.
THUBS. FRL Nov. 3-4 :
Rope Of Sand
With Burt Lancaster "
And Paul Henreid
SATURDAY, Not 5 ":
The Blazing Trait
With Charles Starrett
jw ldlwVIo) in
will go to Scotland Neck where she
Will visit Miss Fannie Lewis.
Mrs. W. A. Oden and son of
Tarboro has been visiting Mrs.
Bob Sykes for the past few days.
Miss Theresa Goodine spent the
oast week end with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Gooding.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wells, Mrs.
Louise Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Grady attended the concert of
Miss Margaret Truman Monday
Mrs. J. L. Williams and Miss
Margaret Williams spent the past
week end In Angler.
Mrs. Louise Mitchell and Mrs.
J. A. Hines shopped in Wilmington
Miss Lula Hinson left for New
Bern Wednesday to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jerritt of
New Bern were recent visitors here
Mrs. D. H. McKay and son spent
the weekend in Lillington.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Boney, Jr. of
Chapel Hill spent the week end
with his parents.
Misses Gilda and Gloria Whit
field visited in Wilmington last
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Craft of youngs
ville spent the week end with Mr,
G. R. Dail.
Mrs. Clarence Murphy visited in
Mesdames N. B. Boney, and Sam
Newton attended the Synodical
meeting at St. Andrews Church in
Wilmington last Wednesday.
A number of people from Kenans
ville attended State Fair last week.
Florrie Currie Is back at home
from a week's stay at Dr. Sidbury's
Hospital. She is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brinson of
Kenansville, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Elna Grey,
to William Melvln Bostic, son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bostic of Ke
nansville. The wedding will take
For W. S. Kornegay
Wlnfield Scott Kornegay, 61,
died at his home at Bowden at noon
Monday after several months of de
clining health. Funeral services
were conducted from the Quinn
McGowen Funeral Home in War
saw at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday by Rev.
G. N. Newbold, pastor of the Bow
den and Warsaw Presbyterian chur
ches. Burial was in the Pinecrest
Cemetery in Warsaw. Surviving are
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The Miller H. D. Club held its
regular meeting Wednesday night,
Oct. 19 in the home of Mrs. Ralph
Miller with Mrs. Leonard Kennedy
as joint hostess. The meeting was
called to order by the president.
During business the following offi
cers were elected: Pres. Mrs. James
Miller; Vice-Pres. Mrs. Bland
his wife, the former Kathleen Mc
Gowen; his mother, Mrs. Mittie
Kornegay, Rocky Mount; two sons,
Lofton of the home, Robert Scott
of Charlotte; a daughter, Mrs.
Bruce Carleton, Clinton; two sis
ters, Mrs. Mason Taylor, Wilson,
and Mrs. W. B. Middleton of Rocky
Cut Delivery Time on
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Rhodes; Secty. Mrs. Morris Grady;
Treas. Mrs. Herman Miller.
Interesting reports were given by
Project Leaders. In the absence of
Miss Hilda Clontz, Mrs. Ashe Miller
gave the demonstration. Delicious
refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, Carol,
Mrs. Ashe Miller and Margaret
Mercer attended State Fair Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Grady and
Mary Ina, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Grady and Katie Sue, Mr. and Mrs.
Ashe Miller enjoyed an oyster
roast at Sneads Ferry Sunday.
Over 1,600,000 young American
boys and girls are in the armed
forces, of which 59,282 are from
North Carolina. There are over
100,000 veterans still away from
home in hospitals of which there
are 2,016 from North Carolina, all
benefitting from USO Hospital
Shows wherever they may be in
this country and overseas.
Hi-Way 11, Pink Hill, N. C.
For The Whole Family
SHOWS AT 7:00 P. M. & 9:00 P. M.
"Carolina's Biggest Show Value"
SUNDAY, Oct. 30th
Also Color Cartoon
MON. & TUES.
Great Stars Great Picture
The 3 Musketeers
Starring June Allyson, Van
Heflin, Lana Turner, and
With James Melican, Reed
Hadley, Mary Beth Hughes.
By Popular Demand
Mr. Smith Goes
Starring James Stewart,
And Jean Arthur
Also "3 STOOGES" Comedy
' GlXANG CbMPNOHS..
One Million Laughs
A Night At
With Marx Bros. Alan
Jones, Kitty Carlyle.
With Trudy Marshal.
With Ken Curtis.
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