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FRIDAY, APRIL 7th, 1950 '
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FA1S0N HIGH SCHOOL CEVS
Falcon's first baseball gams of I a score ot 4 to 1 In a game of 7 ln
tht season was played here on Mar. I nings. LaGrange made one. run
29 . against LaGrange who won by in the first, one In the third, and
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Faison, N. C.
Top Market Prices
, Your Chickens and Eggs
Baby Chicks for Safe How in Slock
Corn Bought In Your Bam
In The Shuck
Yellow Corn 1.20 per bu.
.' White Corn $1.10 per bu.
Gold Strap Feeds dt Argus Flow
BIG DOLLAR FEED ST02E
J. M. FA ISO II
FAISOII, II. C.
VE POINT WITH PRIDE
TO OUR OUTSTANDING WORK
Dry doing, Laundry, Shoe Repair
TUESDAY. Pick-ups FRIDAY, Deliveriei
KODERil dy clea:: -us
two In tha sixth. Faison made one
run In the first There were three
hits one for Faison and. two lor
Lagrange. Byrd of Faison, pitched
five innings with no hits and five
walk. Groome pitched two Innings
giving up two nits ana tnree wains.
The catcher was C. Adams. Man-
ning of LaGrange had one hit and
elsbt walks. Aarrel was catcner
Thirty-two dudIIs reported for
the preschool clinic March 30. Sev
eral ouolls could not report. This
was the largest preschool clinic
Faison has had in a long time. Dr.
G. V; Gooding and Miss Mary L.ee
Sykes examined the children.
Mrs. B. (F. MeGolman's music
class will give a recital on April
20. The pupils have-been practicing
hard and It Is expected to be one
of her best recitals.
"The' Cannibal Queen", the Jun
ior. nUv la exneeted to arrive on
April 14. This is earlier than first
expected, and the Juniors will
have to work hard to be ready for
. The Fourth Grade gave a play
in chapel on March 31 entitled
"Grandma's Garden". .
Faison will meet Calypso in a
baseball contest on Friday, April
7 at Faison.
Faiaon won their first game last
Friday When they defeated Warsaw
5 to 1 Bobby Porter of Warsaw hit
the only home run of the game.
S. B. Cashwell
Dies At Calypso
S. B. Cashwell, 79, retired farm
er of Calypso, died Wednesday af
ternoon Mar. 29th at 3 o clock at
Us home following a long Illness
Surviving are his wife, the for
mer Mary Barfield; three sons,
William, S. B.. Jr., and M. L., all
of Calypso; two daughters, Mrs. F.
H. Byrd of near Calypso and Mrs.
W. W. Prevattte of LumSerton; 11
grandchildren and five great grand
children. Funeral services were
held at the home Thursday at 3
p.m., with Rev. T. K. Woody, pastor
of Calypso Baptist Church officia
ting. Burial was in Calypso Ceme
To The Citizens
The Civic Clubs, via. Sesame
! BMl A way ye pick the dairy
SI yom M? Do rou think all dairy
J u man or Um aqual In qual
Can r tfocdto giM about il?
is pr" V we could have Ike '
lata (iiMbw of wccnul dairyma ,
who mtu dairy fMd Innfv Im(om I
you. w wouldn't bar to tar more.
Sac thai isn't mniUa, we hat to '
- this dairy (eed kot theawal solid "
has a protein, carbohrdraUl and
jots. Bui Ihm's roor to U Ikon that. , ,
Tkote bada Butrionis ara (orUfiod
with all Ik ia porta nl TitamiM and
BurMtalt knew to bo mannal to a
Birth stole of utrroom, aniaai pro.
. ducttea, and to kelp la proaHoa
Sam onls" dot ooodihool of high
Dea'l aambl with Bass 01 of
. . Kbow you're oIng aoality wkea .
yo4 order , , V;.,
BIG DOUAR' '
Club, Faison Garden Club and
Lions Club of Faison, desire to
sponsor a "Clean Up Month" In
our community in order that we
may have a more healthy, safe and
more beautiful town In which to
live. The following are a few of
the alms that will enable this to be
1st - Residents and home-owners
are asked to remove all rubbish,
tin cans, and garbage of any nature
from their premises;
2nd. - That the Town Officials
have the waste or garbage pile
which Is beside the highway,
screened with evergreens that are
growing nearby, and have the coal
piles beside the railroad tracks
3rd. - That the. merchants re
move Coca-Cola and other signs
that are placed adjacent to their
buildings, or have them placed
paralled to the building thus giv
ing a more uniform appearance on
5th. That all sidewalks in town
be given and kept a width ample
for the passage of pedestrians;
6th. - In order to- have an at
tractive business district in our
town, we ask that the property
owners remove the unattractive
tin sheds overhanging the side
The. Clean-up Campaign will
start April 1st and end April 30th.
A prl?e will be offered to the
homemaker In whose residence the
greatest improvement has been
made - also - a prize will be offer
ed to the merchant and others
who ' makes the most outstanding
improvement in the appearance of
his store, or other place of busi
ness. Your cooperation is needed to
malrs Anll In Caicrkn . himadp.
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1 ful month.
On Tuesday evening March 28
at the community house, Mesdames
Arthur Boyette and Fulton Taylor
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Sutton, recently married, at a mis
On arrival Mrs. Sutton was pre
sented a corsage of pink carnations
which she wore during the party.
Jonquils, white iris, and green
ery were used for decorations.
Miss Edith Armstrong, sister of
the ibride, presided at the register.
Miss Lorraine Sutton, sister of the
groom, assisted the hostesses in
10 Lbs. SUGAR 89c
STEW BEEF, Lb. 35c
Long Grain RICE, 4 Lbs. 50c
2 Loaves BREAD 25c
Irish POTATOES, 15 Lbs. 55c
Country SAUSAGE, Lb. 43c
Pink WLMOU large can 39c
Comsfock Pie APPLES, 2 cans 35c
. . Andrews, Jr.
FAISON, N. C.
QUAKER STATE MOTOR OILS
SHELL GAS & OILS
SHEIX SERVICE STATION FAISON, N. C.
1 , , - ' 1.
Full Double Size
Bed Spreads $198
51 GAUGE NYLON HOSE
79c Pair - $2.25 Box
Faison Dept. Store
Bridal contests were enjnyrri. Mr.
Marvin Sutton and Mrs. Nr., I'ru
cythe were winners.
The hostesses served punch,
cookies and salted nuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutton re i a.il
many lovely and useful gift ..
ArounJ 100 attended the s .-.
In a recent contest for
musician?, sponsored ! .
change Club, over -ijtio;:
two youn? Faison ;irtKt-,.
Kalmar and Brooks CL
prize. They played c
accompanied on th , ,
B. F. McColman.
ADULT DIVIS TON7
The Adult Divisi-m or ' e Meth
odist Church met T:i i - . even
ing at l ie commt r: .. use. On
arrival a delicious covered dish
supper was served by Mvsdainrs
Fred Warren and Arthur Boyette.
Rev. Fred Warren conducted the
devotional and the group enjoyed
hymn singing. The meeting closed
with prayer by Mrs. Dennis Kn -law.
Last year's corn ha vest .if 3
377,790,000 bushels wa th sec
ond greatest of all time.
The modern hen is a mu h mor
efficient egg producer tiian was
her ancestor of 25 yeai-s ago.
Faison Dept. Store
FAISON, N. C.
fTHEATRF JMSOP ,H Cj
Beginnis Monday, April 10, Night Slums will start at 7:30 lneteai
of 7:15 P. M. Saturday Show will start at 2:00 P. M. Sunday Show
will start at 2:30 P. M. isht Show at 8:30 P. M.
SATURDAY .April 8
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, April 7-8
Fighting Man Of Plains
With Randolph Scott, ane Nigh,
Bill Williams And Victor Jory.
A L S ()
FRIDAY and SATURDAY. April 7-8
SPECIAL I.ATE SHOW 10:30 ADMISSION 50c TO ALL
I) I STY FLETCHER IS TERRIFIC IN
Boarding House Blues
Jammed With Tunes and Laughter
Lucky Millinder and His Orchestar Bull Moose Jackson
(The "I Love You, Yes I Do" Star) Jackie Mabely,
Berry Bros, and Una May Carlisle.
SUNDAY - MONDAY, April 9-10
There's A Girl In My Heart
With Lee Bowman And Elyse Knox.
Latest News and Cartoon
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY, April 11-12 DOUBLE FEATURE
Hold That Baby
With Leo Gorcev And Bowery Boys.
Law 01 The West
With Johnny Mack Brown.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, April 13-14
The Story Of Seabiscuit
With Shirley Temple, B. Fitzeraie, Lon MeCallister.
Latest News and Cartoon
A & C $2.00 tb
Cubit $2.25 1ft
Abbott & Cobb $2.25 lb
Marketer $2.00 lb
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