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Two eents pr wore.
eharca of SOe. Unless yea hare
' u account with u plea send
money, stamps, money order
or check with ads. Farmers!
um the Time Classified adsi
If you hire wthfakt Is Mil
or exchange, or want to boy.
wo will aooeat produce for
First Class Plumbing And
All Work Guaranteed
GEORGE P, PRIDGEN, Jr.
Phone 473 Warsaw, N. C.
u. s. run losses isu seven
HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANT TEAR IN BISTORT. PRO
TECT TOUR PROPERTY WITH
R W. BLACKUORE
Sellable Inseraaeo Serrloe Since
WARSAW. N. C
ROUGH and DRESSED Lmtber
Pino and Oak wood, any .leofth.
f. R. MERCER, Beulavllle.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Lone Terms, Low Interest,
art available thrown the Clinton
National Farm Loan Association.
See or write DE WITT CARE,
Seety. Trees, at CLINTON, N. C.
; PLENTY OF" GOOD WATER ,
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
YOUR POSTOFFICE. :
HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH, N. C.
Plant Wood's & Coker's Seeds:
We have Hybrid N. C. 27 and
Flinty Yellow Seed Corns; Gold
en Croat, Bantam and other early
seed corns; Tendercreen Beans,
Coker's Acid Dellnted and Treated
Cotton Seed. Full line of field and
rarden seeds. .
C. E. QUINN COMPANY,
OLIVIA DE HAVELAND:
yjUr aunt I arse yon to take this
one chance for love eren if he's
a cheat In his heart Miriam Hop
kin "THE HEIRESS- Model
Theatre, Beulaville, N. C.
MALE HELP WANTED: Man with
car wanted for route work. J5 to
$20 in a day. No experience or
capital required. Steady. Write to
day MR.. McIVEY, Candler Bid .
Baltimore 2, Md,
FOR SALE: Six foot Kelvinator.
Good condition. Cheap for cash.
See or call MRS. W. T. HDJES,
FAISON, N. C. Phone 224-L
4-21-21. pd. - '
Jr ansomi Jr eatar es-
V MARY BAUGHAM
The 7th grade and several guests
WE HAVE SO MANY
COMFORTS TO AID
u eopleteni .
deportoaoaifei wo cony
a full Ubo of uolek-
B eating FatUi Hot Wmtmr
Bottlet: Mr Ouhlontt
Feeding Trays, tc.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
Warsaw Drug Co.
WARSAW, n. c.
toured Raleigh and Chapel Hill on
April 6th. Mrs. C. M. Billings of
Dudley went with them as a guide.
Drivers of the six cars were Mrs.
J. C. Bell, Mrs. T .K. Faison, Mr.
M. C. Bowden, Ray Taylor, and
Mrs. Virginia Johnson.
The pupils visited the museum,
the capitol, the Hall of History at
Raleigh and the planetarium and
other places of interest at Chapel
Hill. Some of the group visited
the Duke campus.
Guests of the 7th grade were
Julia Taylor, J. C. Bell, Eleanor
Bowden, Mrs.' Johnson, Jacqueline
and Patsy and Mildred Faison.
Members of the 7th grade making
the trip were Robert Bland, Kather
lne Wells, Ruby Hare, Tommie
Faison, Charlie Bell, Jannelle King,
Rudolph Best, Janet Lane, Anne
M. Bowden, Jimmie Bailey, Ben
Parks, Nannie R. Summerlin, Bar
bara Jean King, Shirley Tyndall,
Ray King, Vivian Carter, Virginia
Boone, Henry Moore, John Tucker,
Morris Lewis, and J. C. Warren.
"The Canibal Queen" a rip roar
ing, roof raising, farce presented
by the Juniors will be presented
in the High School Auditorium on
April 14. This is a production in
which an unusual mixup provides
enough laughs to make sides sore.
The Cannibal Queen . offers . an
evening of real entertainment. Be
sure to see it. :
LARGE CROWD ATTEND
Wallace High School beat Faison
High by a score of 3-2 Tuesday.
This was the second straight win
for Wallace, and the second de
feat for Faison.
Wallace 002 010 000 362
Faison 000 002 000 232
The- Faison team, coached by
C. L. Fouts, scored a 15-3 victory
over Calypso Friday, April 8.
Calypso 040 010 0 633
Faison 210 373 X 1993
A & P's OWN
Pure Vegetable Shortening
3 Lb. CAN
1 lb pkg.
No. 1 tall can
6 oz. pkg.
2 No. 2 cans I
IONA SLICED OR HALVES No. 2 can
GOLDEN MAID white
DOLE'S PINEAPPLE No. 2 can
MILD & MELLOW 1 lb bag-
-8 0 CLOCK Coffee
MILD AMERICAN lb
' i .
ANN PAGE - . Qt.jar.
ANN PAGE Chocolate or Vanilla pkg.
ANN PAGE Grape 12oz. jar
IONA Standard pack
Home Style or Sandwich
Green ' -. '!',
No. 2 can
H4 lb loaf
, v '2 Hi.
aize 2ft stalks
About 690 delegates and visitors
registered for the 62nd annual
meeting of the Women of the
Church meeting last week at the
Faison Presbyterian Church.
Registration and an executive
board meeting was held Thursday
afternoon and a supper was served
by the women of the Faison church
at the Community Building.
Thursday evening the meeting
was featured by an address by
Mrs. C. S. Harrington, member of
the Central Committee of the
World Council of Churches, and
Rev. B. Frank Hall. Th. D.
Friday's session wis featured
by addresses by Mrs. Harrington.
Rev. Roswell Long, D.D., pastor,
westover Hills PresbyteHian
Church, Charlotte; Rev. Jos. A.
Garrison, Synod's Director Stu
dent Work; Rev. Rupert McGregor,
D.D., President, Mountain Retreat
Association; and Rev. Hall. A bar
becue luncheon was served in the
Mr. J. II. Darden has installed a
tool bar in his farm supply store.
This will prove a handy place for
people tp secure their , carpenter
and other types of small tools. We
have not in the past had a store
carrying a complete line of small
tools. The bar features a medium
priced line of tools and also a
Deuer grade and most -ot the small
tools can be found there.
(CONTINUED FROM FRONT)
North Carolina will -want to see
One newspaper suggested that it
be filmed so that every school child
in the state could be given the op
portunity to see it "The Duplin
Story' Is not fiction, it is based on
historical facts concerning one of
North Carolina's oldest counties
and one, of the richest agricultural
areas in the state.
meeting of The Women of the
Church of Wilmington Presbytery
in Faison Friday. - '',
Miss Elsie Byrd spent the holi
days at home with her parents.
Mrs. Rollins Smellina and chil
dren of Albany, - Oa. are visiting
her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J D.
Grady. -" '..-. .r-v
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Measley of La-
Orange spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Grady. -
Mr. and Mrs.- David Grady of
Alexandria,' Va. spent Easter with
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady.
Saturday night at 9 o'clock, In
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E,
Lindsay, her brother, Mr. Wilbur
Monnette of Denver, Colorado and
Miss Mary Graham Boone of Wal
lace were united in marriage. Mr.
B. B. Wilson, J. P., officiated. They
will make their home in Denver.
Commission was doing for the vis
ually handicapped in North Caro
lina. Miss Viola Titus, a blind
caseworker, is the representative
for this area. The local Lions Club
contributes toward her salary each
Miss Williams stated that through
the efforts of Lions Clubs of Dis
trict 31, the North Carolina Com
mission for the Blind was establish
ed in 1935. Since that time many
blind people have been benefitted
by its efforts in cooperation with
il.. 1 ...... 1 T Inn. fMiiHa nni4 Pmintv
!,f.r nT ZZZr :r;, Mrs. Troy Home gave an Easter
a registration of all the blind in nd hunf 'hef h?,me
the state as it is possible to get Monday afternoon. About 50 called
is kept. Case workers will call during the afternoon. After the egg
upon these people and help them
in any way they can to adjust
themselves to live a happy life.
some of these are given employ-
WILLIAM B. McGOWAN
William Brown McGowan, 78,
died at his home in Turkey late
I Tuesday afternoon. Funeral ser
vices were held from the home at
2:30 p.m. Thursday. Burial was in
Masonboro Baptist Church Ceme
tery near Wilmington. Rev. R. L.
Crossno officiated. Surviving are
Mr. and Mrs. H. Tracy Brown
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Edith, to William E. Gat
tis of Four Oaks. The wedding
will take place June 10th in the
Magnolia Methodist Church.
The Magnolia HDC met Thurs
day afternoon at the Club Building
with Mrs. L. E. Pope presiding.
ment and some are taught to do J-" meetinto be held
Security and Self-support' for the sevra! me1mbe" Pla lttend
3 sons, W. B., Jr., c 1 lurence, S. C,
Edwin D of Turkey and Alexander
D. McGowan of Clinton; and one
'ft';y;jUT R. HUNTER ' .
Kit Richard Hunter. 78 died at
his home near Beulavllle Sunday
follownlg a long Illness. ' Funeral
atAiuiA4ki waM ttaklfl ml 4 ti M sjfntw
v Tib vvs&v iviu m B,tM
lax ImhI h Vnma oultK DaM VTail-
sea SI Will ltlV HVIUV iritu v Va VV VI"
ter Goodman, pastor of the Beula
vllle Presbyterian. Church, offlcla-,
ting. Intermept was in the Hunter r
cemetery near the home. Surviving
are two sons, .Hugh and Wyatt,
both of , the home community; a
daughter, Mrs, Billy Whaley of
Beulavllle; 13 grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
'' I . i' i ""' ; , .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kornegay and
son of Goldsboro spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick.
Earl Huie. of Davidson College
spent the week end at home.' 1
Miss Jean Newklrk spent tile
holidays with her parents. 1
' A GD0D NAME
IS A PJIICEI
blind is the main objective of the
State Commission for the Blind.
Direct relief, is given when necess
ary but is discouraged unless a
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Shelton
Batts served refreshments.
At the Baptist Church Thursday
blind person cannot be taught to " "u ua' " X f ,
vices were held by Pastor Royal
and the Choir. On Thursday night
Miss Williams Droved to be very the Lord s Supper was observed
Interesting and her services are in the candlelight service. At the
available to any Interested civic close tnev enjoyed the fellowship
organization In this section uDon breakfast of Doughnuts and hot
arrangement of time and date. It conee.
is following the plan of our state n Friday afternoon Misses Bet-
and federal organizations to ac-1 ty Home ami Sallie Tucker gave
quaint the people concerning the an e8 nunt or the Primary Class,
work of commissions of which we na Mlss Minnie Joyner gave an
know the names but know very egg nunt to her class of Junior
little concerning their work. Miss I girls a" three of these in the Bap-
Mary Beery, field representative I ust ounaay School.
of the Social Security Board. sdoIcp "n Saturday afternoon Mrs.
to the Lions regarding the work of Uancy Kissner and Mrs. Marie
the Social Security Board in March. Chestnutt gave an egg hunt for the
children in the First Free Will
Rant ct ri.,...h
Beautiful new aluminum awn
ings have been installed over the
front of ,Dr. J. X. Mortons Drug
oiore ana over j. a. Stroud's Fai- Menlimn w n Smith pnk..
epai.ieni oiore. rney are Grady, and Mrs. Edith Grady shop-
.....c.cu Biccn aim wnue ana aaa Ded in Goldsboro Mondav
Miss Sarah Williams of Favpttn.
ville, field representative nf th.
State Commission for the Blind
addressed the Faison Lions Club
last Friday evening. She gave an
outline of the kind of work-the
greatly, to the beautification pro
gram the Women's Club of Faison
have started. The tin shed over the
front of Daughtry's Fish Market
nas come down and it is understood
that he intends to paint the present
ounaing and plans to replace It
witn a new brick building in the
These men should be congra
tulated for their efforts and it Is
felt by many that the Sesame Club
to making progress. The program
ui improvement the club has map
ped out for April was printed In I
iasi -weex-a Times.
Mesdames J. H. Byrd, Robert
Grady, Leonard Grady, Henry
Grady, and Miss Mary Ellen Cham
bers attended the 62nd annual
Without tie respect that goes with .
Cfood name no business can long endure.
We ail know the importance of a good
name. In personal life it is the hall-mark
of respect In the life of a business it is
matter of necessity.
Respect for a good, name must be
earned. On the business level it means'
good jobs and wages for people taxes for
the county and state integrity in all bus
iness dealings observance of the laws.
The beer industry in North Carolina
stands for all these things and by co
operating with the newly organised Malt
Beverage Division of the ABC Board is
working to see that your beer retailer
conducts his business in the best inter
ests of the public. . ,
This industry is constantly working to
deserve a good name and a respected
position in your community. Good citi
zenship and tolerance : are helping us
toward our goaL
North Carolina Division .
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: To The Volers Of Duplin i County: :
I hereby announce my candidacy
for membership fo Ihe Duplin Can
fy Board of Education, subject fo h
JESBT O. SMITH
will of Ihe voters in the Democratic Primary cn f lay
27lh. Your vote and support will bi cp?rcci:!:d.
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