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.Izt dzlzty Classroom
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An instructor at a Red Cross national aqnatio school teaches fine
points in life-saving technique to students preparing themselves
for safety leadership in their home communities. About 3,500 stu
dents are expected to enroll in the schools this summer.
The Women of the Presbyterian
Church held their June meeting
in the Sunday School building on
Tuesday evening, with Mesdames
James Strickland, J. R. Maxwell
and J. B. Strickland, Jr. hostesses.
- Mrs. Adrian Dail presided and
the devotional was led by Mrs. C.
L. Sloan. A talk was given by Ms.
James Dickson. During the social
hour the hostesses served ice cream
Members of the Youth Fellow
ship attending Conference at Flora
Macdonald College last week were
Jerry Roberts, Ann Barwick, Dell
Pigford, Billy Westbrook, Billy
Nunn, Roland Smith and Jigger
Attending Pioneer Conference at
Lake Singletary this week are Ann
Carroll Broadhurst, Virginia Pig
ford and Ed Louis, Jr.
The Adelphian Club met in the
home of Mrs. James Strickland
Thursday afternoon for their June
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GARNER & DAIL GRAIN COMPANY
. MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.
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Patriotism- isn't a profession or a career or a political
gesture. Patriotism is a heartfelt love of country to the
point of inspiration and sacrifice. Betsy Ross's le,very x
stitch was guided by it when she made the first stars
and stripes. f '-''-'.
BRANCH BANKIIIG&TRUST COMPANY
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meeting with Mrs. Roy Davis as
sistant hostess. President Mrs. W.
H. Hurdle presided. During busi
ness it was decided to contribute
magazines to the school. It was also
voted to share with other clubs in
the district in helping pay expenses
of a polio-patient in Duplin County
to attend a summer camp.
Dr. P. D. Shakelford, Mt. Olive
was principal speaker and made an
interesting talk on "Socialized
The meeting adjourned to meet
again in September with Mrs. W.
The hostesses served ice cream,
and pound cake.
1st Sunday night services at 8
o'clock in school building.
The Young People's group are
holding regular meeting in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Out
law Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Homan of
Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs.
I ".Til I iT r
i tilll U 1 1 V
Joe Ri Parker, Mr. and Mrs. B, P
Flowers of Mt Olive were supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Packer
Friday night . -V
Miss Dorothy Outlaw of Golds-
boro and Dr. Russell Outlaw ol
Morehead spent Sunday with their
parents Mr. and Mrs. Luther Out
law, t ; . Vv
Carl and David, Ulrica of Concord
N. H. have arrived for a Visit with
friends during the summer.
Miss' Wilroa King of Greensboro
is visiting relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Jones, Mrs.
M. D. Outlaw and Cleo Outlaw
were recent visitors with Mrs. Em
ma Brlnson and family of. Arapa
hoe. Mrs. Brlnson returned with
them for a visit among relatives.
Dr. and Mrs.S. P. Watson of
New Bern, Mrs. Lesle Horton of
Albertson and Miss Ruth Hlnson
of Winston-Salem were week end
visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mrs. James Parker spent the
week end with her mother Mrs. J.
W. Cannon, a patient at Duke.
Mr. and Mrs, Remus Creel, Re
mus, Jr. v and Clayton Max spent
Sunday with relatives in Wilming
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bowles of New
port News, Va. have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Simmons.
Several from here attended fu
neral services for Mrs. H. H. Grimes
Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Prater ac
companied AUW members to In
stitute Day held in Chapel Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Billings, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Gilbreth and ba
by and Miss Peggy Nichols of
North Wilkesboro, Mrs. Willie
Billings and mother Mrs. Hutchers
of Flint, Mich., were guests of Miss
Sallie Outlaw Friday night and
Barning tobacco is the order of
the day in this section.
Mrs. Mattie Smith of Richmond,
Va. spent several days here last
Mrs. M. J. Carlton of Warsaw
and daughter Mrs. Estelle West of
Thomasville were here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Branson
of Okla. arrived Saturday to visit
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For the best buy in corn -on-the-job,
look for fresh green husks.
The yellow kernels should be shiny
and fat with milk. Then hurry this
good purchase into your refrigera
tor, leaving its husk on until ready
for the boiling salted water.
With the price of lettuce so high
and the product so perishable, a
thrifty meal planner won't just tear
off the outer leaves to set off m
alad. She'll serve the whole head
of lettuce cut in wedges and gar
nish them with real mayonnaise in
which a little pickle relish has been
Hold on to your hat esneclallv
that old felt one. Some day when
you feel ambitious, cut it up and
paste the pieces of felt on the bot
tom of heavy lamps, ornaments and
Rower pots. This wards off table
If your summer rag rugs
drab and sun-faded, dont put up
with them for one minute. Solid
colored rag rugs should be reiuve-1
nated with all-purpose dye right in
your washing machine and multi-
colored ones can be brightened by
applying dye dissolved in a cup of
water with a small paint brush.
A hot tip for cooler ironing do
fabrics requiring lower tempera
ture first Then work np to the cot-'
tons and linens last. Ton can relax
in the shade much sooner with this
system 'cause an automatic iron
heats faster than it cools.
Mrs. Hettie Baker. Wilson. Joseph
Wilson returned with them.
TOm Register and son of Nor.
folk are visiting relatives around
Week end guests of Mr. andJMrs.
Claude Powell were Mr. and Mrs.
John Powell of Portsmouth, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin and
baby of Raleigh spent the week
end with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Wilson.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Efie Wilson were Mrs. A. C. Ke
nan and children of Teachey, Rob
ert Wilson "of Norfolk, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Watson and Gale Byrd
of Wadesville and Mr. Alva Strick
land of Asheboro.
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looking or J. .
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Dej.Soto gives you morw VALUE. Compare W; feahire
by ftahirt, with any other car at any price.,
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D Soto glvf you mar PLEASURE. It efi you aVive
without shifting. ,
D Soto glvoi you moro COMFORT. lofs more head
r . room ... arm room leg room. ' '
Do Soto gives you moro SAFETY. Safety-Mm Wheels
new big 12 Brakotand pkhiro-wlndow vttibillty.
DeSoto-Plymovth Dealvi Preient "IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT
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It's positively criminal to stab a
good milan straw chapeau with hat
pins, particularly, when there's a
much less damaging way to keep
it on your head. Just stitch on the
" inside hat band two combs, teeth
; up. When you don your bonnet, the
combs go through your hair and
help anchor down the hat .
Tossed and green are the best
salads these sweltering days and
they're more than ever irresistible
when you toss in small squares of
bread slowly fried till crisp in vi
taminized margarine. Add them the
very last minute.
No matter how unscientific you
think you are, here's a tidbit of
molecular information you'll want
to master. When two glasses, bowls
or the like stick together, set the
bottom one in warm water and
pour cold water in the top. You're
thereby expanding the bottom one
and contracting the upper, so
they'll come apart easily.
. For a truly expert job on white
shoes, don't be satisfied with lust
applying white polish. Run a little
of the ol' brown shinola on the edge
of the sole and under the instep to
clean away those inevitable spots
of white polish. - r
To avoid 8teaming-ttm.,tne bath
room and. causing-paint or paper to.
peel when you draw your.batn, run
cold t water nrstmTbenladdi hot
, water to.itiuntmyogLhayeitne ,de
Revival at Carroll St, Free Will
Baptist church is continuing thru
out the third week.
Mrs. Ed Evans and daughter
of Wilmington spent the week end
with J. P. Tucker, Sr.
Miss Macy Cox visited Mrs. Thad
Jones in Kenansville Sunday. Mrs.
L. D. Dail visited her sister, Miss
Mary Cooper and Mrs. Davis Far
rior. Bruce Wilson preached in the
Baptist church at Calypso Sunday.
Lindy Powell of Raleigh is visit
ing his parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Aubry Ritter had the misfortune
to lose a finger in an accident at
the Warsaw Cabinet and Door Fac-
CLAHSDTKD RATES ' : ;
Two cents per tmaWw
charge of See. TJaleas yen have
an aeoount with please searf ,
money, stamps, money seder
r check with ada. Pamens
oae the Times Classified adss
If you have anythteg to
er exchange, or want -to bv.
we wlU mxwI preduee tor
payment ' ' : ' t :'
V. 8. FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN
HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANT YEAR IN BISTORT. PRO
TECT TOUR PROPERTT WITH
Reliable Insurance Service Since
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A ' DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE, .
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH, N. C. -
CAROLINA BEACH COTTAGES
FOR RENT S Apartments, S
rooms each with gas stove, electric
refrigerator, hot water. Front por
ches, water front Downstairs apt
$35.00; upstairs apt 340.00 (per
week LeJane Apartments on
Northern extension. Mrs. H. I
Potter, telephone 408-6, Carolina
Beach, N. C.
6-30-2t Pd. -
FRIGID AIRE FOR SALE. 6 foot
box In good condition. Good price.
See A. W. McNeil at Tide Water
Power Co., Warsaw, er telephone
Tobacco Flues, ... .
Grate Bars, Flue Eyes, Furnace
Doors, Lime, Cement, Mortar,
Windows and Doors.
J. C. RUSS, Warsaw, N. C.
Free estimate on remodeling
your kitchen; built-in cabinets and
rubber linoleum. Asphalt tile laid
Phone 2677, Box 108, Magnolia
tory last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Home and
Miss Louise Croom spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tread
well. S. B. Hunter is visiting the Dr.
J. F. C. Hunters at Carolina Beach.
ives you so much more
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First Class Flr-iLL-.' AeJ
All Work Guaranteed
GEORGE P, PUDGEN Jr.
Wumi il3 Varsa vftttrC
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Leng Term, 4Lew Interest. '
ra available throagh the Clinton
National Farm Loan Assoolatien.
See r write DB WITT CARK,
Seety.Treaa. at CLINTON,; N. C
TOBACCO BARN WOOD FOR
SALE. I have plenty C head hard
weed for tobaooo, barns. One mile
north of Chlnvuptn. -Priced to
suit you. See or write -
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. . Chinquapin, N. C. s ;
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WARSAW ILD.C MEETS (
The Home ' Demonstration' Club
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. ' "
Leon Merrltt with 11 members
present The meeting was called to
order by Mrs. M. Houston, a form- ,
er president in the absence of the '
regular president. Project Leaders
were Mrs. Clay Scott, who gave
an interesting talk on Education;
Mrs. Hary Phillips discussed Farm
Life; Miss- Hilda Ckmtz, Home
Agent, gave an Interesting discuss
ion on Frocen Foods. A flower ex
hibit was enjoyed. At the- close of
the meeting the hostess served pi
mento sandwiches, cookies and iced
How mild car a cigarette lie?
and among tht million mho do..
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mnnuuLni i ft.
Beauty of the
state. : "My votes
' '-iC, li i. my living. I
XT? w- They're cool and
v ,t f'Jt with my throat I"
Will he scrftlnd at hew
eacuy 1bU btaenVU mum
Pe Bote a ha fmt.
"THE SAFE EXECUTOR"
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