Thai rUon Llone Cub, t their
regular meeting, Fab. I, tMtallad
w xnuowuif uw members: l. jj,
Lawie, Willi Thompson and B. K.
Tha club has established m thetr
goal this year the securing of a
uuciur ior me town and community.
A committee composed of Llona L
D. Groome, Alfred Rector and I. R.
Falson has been appointed to work
out the problem Involved In this
undertaking. Several prospective
young doctors have been contacted
but the prospects of securing any
of them are unknown as yet
Jr. - Sr. Banquet
The Junior Class of Falson High
School honored the Seniors at the
annual Jr. - Sr. banquet in the com
munity building recently. The pro
gram Included songs by the Juniors
Invocation, Rev. J. M. Smith; wel-
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Electric and Acetylene Welding
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DAUGHTRY'S FISH MARKET
ME. TRUCK GROWER:
I can now supply you with Black Valentine
stringless green beans, bountiful, Sure Crop string
less wax, Cherokee wax, long green beans, tender
green, top crop (the latest thing in tender green)
' and Lima Beans, also different varieties of cucum
ber seed, watermelon and cantelope seed and sev
eral varieties of acid delinted cotton seed.
It will pay you to see me before you get any
of your seed requirements.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DISTRIBUTOR
AT FAISON HARDWARE CO- NEXT TO POST OFFICE
H. F. BYRD
Swift's Jiffy Color Bag ALL 8WKBT
Conned Butter Beans
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Grouua; toMt to senlore, Jaekie
Adams; response, Graoe Prloe; toast
to school, Mary Ellen Hobbr. re
sponse, Yvonne Waters; tout to St
Valentine, Mollis Standi; response,
Cupid Danoe, by Scarlett Hill of
B. F .Orady school; toast to serving
glrla, Beroloa King; response, Mary
toughen; apswab. Be. Dennla Kin
law; farewell, Carrt Jean McOullsa
song, Aul Lang fiyne. Serving girls
wan selected from u tn grade
Mljtaes Delene Beet, Dorothy Jor
dan, OTP tine Byrd, Nancy Byrd,
Kathleen King and Mary Baugham.
The room was decorated In the
St Valentine motif.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Newton and dau
ghter Carolyn spent the week end
In Baeford recently.
Miss Elisabeth Holmes of Mount
Olive spent a recent week end with
Miss Belle Lee.
Br MART BAUGHAM
7th and 8th grades present exhibit
per loaf 10c
10 Lbs. 89c
4 Lbs. 59c
per Lb. 35c
The 7th and 8th grades, itwir
the direction of Mrs. H. T. Bay and
MUa Una Brogden, presented an
art exhibit In the Kenansvllla high
school Thursday, Feb. 10 at Che
County teachers meeting. .v.;.
A number of eovoelleat. pictures
were on display. Stundents whose
work was represented were: Tth
grade Morris Lewis, J. C Warren,
Ben Hobba. Jr, Ann Motley Bow
den. Jimmy Bailey, Ruby Han.
Tommla Falson, and Charlie Bell;
8th grade Victor Taylor, Irma
Byrd. Dorothy Summerlin, Marlon
Kalmar, Faye Kennedy, Carolyn
Wilson, Bailey Brltt, Edna Lane,
Clarence Miller, Evelyn Strick
land, and Dennis Price.
Much favorable comment was
heard concerning the exhibit
Students See Hamlet
Many Falson High School atu
dents attended a special matinee
showing of the Shakespeare trag
edy, "Hamlet" Thursday, Feb. 18
at the Centre Theatre in Mt Olive
More than 13 students attended,
the audience of which was made
up from several high schools.
Falson girls and boys basketball
teams played Chinquapin at Chin
quapin Feb. 14. Chinquapin won
over Falson girls by a score of 13-
84. High scorers for Falson were
Howard 6, and Sutton 8 points. For
Chinquapin: Brown IS, Sholar 8.
Best defense for Falson waa Mc-
Cullen and Lanier for Chinquapin.
Faison boys lost 27-38. High scor
ers for Falson: Sutton 7, Precythe7.
For Chinquapin: Batchelor was high
scorer. Best on defense for Falson
were Sutton and Wbeless and for
The foundation, the framing
and the roof are the three prin
cipal parts of a house which de
serve close attention when struc
tural remodeling is being planned.
Check drainage of water from
the ground close to the founda
tion. If water accumulates. It can
gradually undermine foundation
Kra'min should be Inspected to
learn whether it needs to be re
aligned and braced. When a wall
of a house is torn open, hidden
weaknesses often can be noted
before they become serious enough
to cause damage.
Look for small leaks in the
roof. If the roof is old, rerooflng
is recommended. Asphalt roofing
is the material most widely used
tor this purpose. In choosing the
roofing material, take advantage
of the numerous colors in which
It is available.
20.000,000 OWN HOMES
Twenty million families, not in
cluding farm families, now own
homes in the United States. Total
value of these dwellings is more
than $180,000,000,000. The average
home is worth about $9,100.
WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME
Home of Mt OUve Burial
Phone 2265 Mt OUve, N. C
45c Lb. .
lib. jar 22c
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FARM TESTED1 FERTILIZERS
.Mian Satisfactory Crops.
They Give Your Soils The Chance To Produce The
Vry Tor Values Every Year.
We also carry a complete
Seed Beans, Lima Beans, Hybrid Corn, Cucumber, Can
taloupe, Watermelon and other varieties of vine seeds.
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Starring SUNSET CABSON.
Last Chapter No, IS t
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Starring BAEBAEA FULLEBr
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Now that they have received the
signal brightly colored seed cat
alogues - boys and girls are anx
ious to get started In becoming ex
pert 4-H gardeners. ,
It is estimated that more than
109,000 rural youth In this and 13
other southern states will take part
In the, 1800 National 4-H Garden
Through their garden project,
they will Increase Individual and
family incomes by reducing the
amount of food .purchased. They
will also contribute to better family
health by producing sufficiently of
essential and nutritious vegetables
and fruits for use throughout the
: Incentives for outstanding ach
ievements In gardening , include
gold medals of honor for four coun-
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FAISON, N. C
, FRIDAY G SATURDAY $2i)p;.
to t- ' esa '''(V-'
next Noveuu. r for ti'.e cuav.v
plon, provide by Aliis-caalm-ws.' 4;
Eight" national winners selected ejV
from state champions will each re- -celve
a $300 college scholarshrp. : ,
; The 4-H Garden program is cov- jv
ducted under the direction of tba -i:
Cooperative Extension- Service. J
County Extension agents will 'mv.Vj.'
ntsh complete information. W.nueni
were-named in OS cointie. iy Uufri
State. last year. .-'".'
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