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' IITNANS VLLLE, KC-TIl ClCLCJA
TDK DUPLIN- T 1 1 1 II Cv
Don't Budget God Out!
By MRS. H. JOYNEB
This Is the story of a young cou
ple, both nice and fine, who start
ed off their happy marriage with a
' budget that soon warped thejr
sense of values.
Even before their marriage, they
had worked out a very strict bud
get that they fully Intended to ad
here regardless of what came up, so
as to soon have enough saved to
enable them to build their house
of Dreams. His salary was above
the average for a young man and
as they planned to live on less
than one half of what he made,
, they would in no time have enough
' to start buliding. They started
house keeping In a- drab and shab
bily furnished flat but being young
and in love they laughed at the In
conveniencee. The main thing was
to bank as much money as possible
out of each pay check.
At first each had enough pride I
to be embarassed when asked for
donations for worthy causes when
they had to refuse because a dona
tion would cut into their budjet.
But after a few months and their
bank balance grew, they became
hardened to everything but saving
vT rOttl DIYl"ouT TO
kVj ALWAYS A I
- fO93- GOOD PICTURE I
fMT ' AND COLOR I
, t rSk' CARTOONS I
PINK HILL, N. C.
"ONE OF CAROLINA'S FINEST"
SUNDAY, April 16th
urht i ll n;tM nav -
j She Was Out To Get
Starring Marie "2-gun"
Windsor, Rod Cameron,
And Geo. Montgomery.
Also Color Cartoon
MONDAY & TUESDAY
A Happy Comedy Hit
That's My Baby
Starring Donald O'Connor,
And Gloria Dellaven.
Also Color Cartoon
Sons Of New Mexico
With Gene Autry.
Also Chapter One Of Serial
"Wild Bill Hickok Rides Again"
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
- You auk for this wonderful picture
Starring Ronald Colman.
, BIG DOUBLE SHOW
- Post Office
With Warren Douglas,
And Audrey Longr
AIi 8 O
(bfcaif Of The Trail
During this time of bard saving,
the young man's father became 111,
and was in sore need of medical
attention, and when his mother
timidly asked if he would make
them a loan, he put her off firmly.
His father's health would have to
wait, for their beloved budget did
not allow for loans, regardless of
whom it was for,, or why. A short
time later, his mother called to
tell him that his father had passed
on. If their conscience bothered
them at this time, all they had to
do to revive their good spirits was
to look at their nice balance in their
bank hook. Why, another few
months of close budgeting and they
could start building.
Soon after his father's death ,he
sent his widowed mother to live
with one of her daughters. He
thought one of asking her to stay
with him but he would be forced
to buy another bed, and too, the
food bill would be higher. His bud
get simply must not be changed.
At about this time he noticed a
decided change in the attitude of
the boss and co-workers. They no
longer joked with him as before,
and conspicuously shunned him on
several occasions. They no longer
seemed to regard him as a friend.
Their changed attitude, as near as
he could figure it, had begun on ,
the occasion that the boss had
passed the hat around after asking
each to donate a sizeable sum that
was to be given to one of the loyal
workers who had recently been
stricken with an Incurable malady.
As the hat was passed, even the
janitor, whose pay was small, put
in $5.00 and lamented that he wish
ed he could spare more. As the hat
came his way, he, with his mind
on the budget, put in a measly
quarter, and he was sure that all
looked at him at if they were see
ing him for the first time. After
this incident, things, changed very
rapidly. In no time he was noti
fied that his services were no long
So he, with a heavy heart, de
parted for home. Never had. It
seemed so drab and cheerless, and
Instead of finding a cheerful wife
to greet him, he found her crying
her heart out, To his utter amaze
ment, she proceeded to . tell him
that she could stand her unhappi
ness no longer and that it was his
fault that she had lost all of her
friends. She raved on that all of
her girl friends bad forsaken her
because of their stinginess In ad'
hering to that ."awful budget". As
she continued to cry and rave on,
he quietly went and got the budget
that. once seemed so very, very im
portant to them both, and tearing
it to pieces, he laughed his old
happy laugh again, something he
had not done in months. It was so
contagious that she soon joined in.
Taking her gently in his arms, he
said, V'Honey, this thing has been
our downfall for It has made us
selfish, hard nd unfeeling.
A budget la alright if it is made
right, but we 'made ours all wrong,
for you see dear, we left God com
pletely out Our next one will be
very, very different' -
V 1 .
SUNDAY & MONDAY, APRIL 16-17
Rev. Gresham filled his regular
appointment here Sunday.
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
L, H. Rouse were Mr. and Mrs.
Festle Bouse, Jr. of Wallace and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ivey of Raleigh,
i Mr. Jack Bostlc who' has been
overseas in the army is at home
with his family.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. ! Rouse were Rev. N. E.
Gresham, Miss Lillie and Mr. Alton
Teachey and Mrs. Garland Scott
The YWMS met with Miss Janet
Teachey Monday night.
Miss Beba Bostic of Raleigh
spent the week end at home here.
The YWMS entertained the Sun
beams with an egg hunt Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mr. O.
D. Brown. :
WEEK OF APRIL 16th
SUN. . MON. TUES .
Yellow Cab Man
Starring Red Skelton.
News Cartoon -
WED. - THURS. . v , , v
Starring Ginger Rogers
And Dennis Morgan.
Cartoon & Sports
Starring Bing Crosby.
111 VAnsy, m. Cv
SUN. - MON. April 16-17
With Joan Caulfield
And William Holden.
TUESDAY, April IS
With Robert Montgomery
And Ann Blyth.
WEDNESDAY, April 19
With Jott Hall.
Beulaville, N. C.
WEEK OF SUNDAY, APRIL 16th
SUNDAY & MONDAY, April 16-17
INGRID BERGMAN in
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, April 18-19
Johnny Weismuller in
THURSDAY, April 20 2 - BIG FEATURES - 2
Jeanne Crain in i
Tim Holt in
lilt Af llf...
With Johnny Mack Brown.
THURS. - FRL. April Zt-Il ,
I! J IV '
lIQ HUH. It'Attt
With Audie Murphy
And Gale Storm.
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With Monte Hale., 1.
With Donald Woods.
FRIDAY, April 21
Lois Hall in
Daughter Of The Jungle
CHAPTER ONE, NEW SERIAL
King Of The Jungleland
SATURDAY, April 22
Monte Hale in
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SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS WITH EACH PROGRAM
WEEK BEGINNING APRIL 17th
MONDAY & TUESDAY vr. ,; , " ,
Shirley Temple And Robert Young in
Adventure In Baltimore
Ella Raines And Brian Donlevy in
THURSDAY ft FRIDAY '
Montgomery Clift And Olivia Pe Haviland in
; "The Heiress" ;
SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE
Whip Wilson in : . "
Riders Of The Dusk . ,
Kirby .Grant in
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