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Good to Know
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Ladies Of Calypso OrganizeAuxiliary
Lions Club; Receive Charter
The newly-organized ' Auxiliary
of the Calypso Lions Club received
Its charter from District Governor
Wilbur Pike of Pikeville at a din
ner meeting at Griffin's in Golds
boro on Thursday evening of last
week. Mr. Pike presented the char
ter to the club's charter president,
Mrs. Thomas Hollowell.
The Calypso club was organized
under the sponsorship of the Golds
boro club of which Mrs. John W.
Southerland is president. She pre
sented the new club a scrapbook,
gift of the sponsors.
Serving with Mrs. Hollowell are
Mrs. Needham Sloan, first vice
president; Mrs. M. J. Lambert, Jr.,
secretary; Mrs. Johnnie Albritton,
treasurer; Mrs. Phelton Sloan, Lion
est tamer, Mrs. Carl Morgan, track
er; Mrs. William Best, tail twister.
Other program features were
invocation Dy itev. taurpny oi uaiy
pso; the weltstfhie by Mrs. Ruth
Farrlor, and the response by Mrs.
Sidney Gordon of the Goldsboro
club; Jesse Jones, International
Counselor of Klnston. served
toastmaster for the evening, and
sDecial musical selections were giv
en by Mrs. Anthony Looze of -the
State Hospital community.
Decorations were in purple and
cold the Lion colors. Twenty-one
members of the chartered club
were present and 24 members of
the Goldsboro Lions and Lions Aux
Henry C. Albritton, USN, of Cal
ypso has been advanced to electric
ian's mate, 31c, as the result of re
cent Navy-wide competitive exam
inations conducted aboard his ship.
the aircrtftviattferUSS Philippine
Sea. - ..-..
The Philippine Sea has been on
duty in the Korea area, dispatch-
PICKET'S OYSTER ROAST
Is Now Open
Serving Delicious Garden Oysters
Open 6 P. M. to 11 P. M. Each Evening Except
Monday. Our Years of Experience in This
Business Is Your Assurance' of The
Best Food and Service
WE KNOW HOW
LOCATION: Chinquapin on NC 4112 Miles E. Wallace.
Hard Surface Roads Leading In From Wallace, Beulavllle,
Richlands And Jacksonville.
If II Is A Question Of
lng its planes on bombing and straf
ing missions over Communist-held
Korea in support: of UN ground
J' Congratulations : ' to the ? new
Lions Club who sponsored the Tur
key Supper Wednesday night of
last week for the benefit of the
Fire Truck and Equipment They
made above $300. Another thous
and is needed, so we will be ex
pecting more good suppers. :y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones and
children of New .Bern .spent , the
week end with &et parents. ..; 'i
Mrs. Herbert Smith and child
Is visiting her husband's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Mun Smith for an
lndiflnite time. i,tlv.&jU'
The Magnolia FHA chapter held
its Initiation of new members re
cently with Dorothy Brown presi
ding. Minutes .were read by Nell
Kellv and Evelyn Parker led the
group in singing. -There are 22 mem
hers in the chanter. Mrs. M. A.
Smith,, Home Ec. teacher is the
SDonsor and Mr. M.T. Tucker is
Chapter Mother. The group were
served iced drinks ana comes.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. P. Gavlor
and baby of Goldsboro visited Misl
Macy t-ox 9uauy.
Rev M. K. Glover preachea on
Sunday night at the Methodist
Mrs. G. A. Edwards went to
Mrs. Hatcher spent Sunday night
and Monday in Wallace with her
daughter. . . ,
Mrs. Mary Merritt very slowly
improves. Friends visiting her on
Sunday were Mrs. Mason,' Mr. and
Mrs.. Gautt, Mr,, and Mrs. John
Parker of Wilmington, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Chestnutt of Tarboro.-
Miss Macy Cox went to Wallace
Wednesday.'.' .-i-M-.v.; .
Mrs. Willard Brinson and son
and Mrs. Cora Brinson of Kenans
ville were in town Wednesday.
Jack Joyner has returned from
the hospital and is improving sat
isfactorily. . : ;
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs:
Raymond Wilson were Mr. and
Mrs. E. T .Kello and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. WiU-Owen of Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cottle and
children of Rose HUL : "
Sunday Services- at .the Baptist
church: AnnljwSar sermon at 11
A. M. by pastor' i. J Royal. Lord's
Supper during the. day with bap
tising Sunday night. ; . , -
. First Free Will Baptist preach-.
lng Sunday morning and night by I
pastor -K. u. Brown, y s
' - Mrs.V.Paul Tucker- taught the
mission study at the home of Mrs.
Paul Bass with 11 member attend
ing The hostess served hot tea and
cokie.'.:.;vV;i.v.: "'''". -"
Turkey Shoot At! f
Saturday ; afternoon i from one
o'clock 'til dark will be turkey
shooting time in Beulaville. , The
Lions Club Is sponsoring the con
test. The shooting field will be 1k
cated just west of the town on
highway 24. Everybody Is urged
to come out and bag a turkey for
Thanksgiving. J- , "
The Kenansyllle Senior Class
will sponsor a round dance in the
Kenan Memtw tal Auditorium here
on the night before Thanksgiving,
November 22, from 8 to 12 o'clock.
Music will be 'furnished by the
Johnny Thompson Orchestra of
Goldsboro. Proceeds from the
dance will go towards financing a
trip' to the natoln'a capitol. .
CLAS8imsn KATEK , v ...
: Two eente tar were, tmittautfn,
ekarge of Ste. Unless yen .sv
aa acooaat with a pinb id;v:
. Kteaey, ataatpe, mooey ordi
ar check with ' ' ada . ; Fnw t, '"
dm the Times CUmtfltui tt
if ya have aiiythlnf i
r axehance, or want: t
, fro wll) - pmdufi 'oi .
PLENTY OF GOO! WATbll V
FROM A- DRILLED WE1X. '
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR VOW LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY. INC
- RALEIGH. N. C.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest,
are available through the Clinton
National Farm -Loan Association.
See or write DE WITT CARR,
Secty. Trees, at CLINTON. N. C
- FOR SALE -
We have a 'Complete supply of
new and gvranteed used pianos.
For a savinr Just see us before
you buy. tv:We sell nothing but
pianos. 1 :v;
JOHNSON PIANO COMPANY
133 W. NORTH. ST.
KINSTON, N. C. .
The long picnic table In the ball of the Simmons-Mewborn-Turner Post No. .379 of , . ,
the American Legion in their Hut at Maxwell's. Mill on Saturday, Armistice Dayj was i' 1
v overflowing. ; There was fried chicken, ham and sausage, deviled eggs, pickles, sand-
r wiches, pies and cakes. ':; And at the end at. the over-burdened, table, there was a wooden r''-f
tub of fresh barbecue. 'Tb special celebration oi the day was the burning of the mort-' J
gage and other debt papers of the three-year-old post. The debt has been cleared on "
the building valued at more than $10,000, located on three acres of land donated by
Ely Perry of Klnston; The busy dispenser of barbecue In the foreground is Past Post I. '
,' Commander Charlie Thompson who has served the first two of the four years of lead
ership orthe post. (Whltaker-Laffew Photo) , . . ; ; . ... " ?
FOR SALE: Coal Heater with com
bustion chamber. Will sell at sac
rifice. See " DUPLIN TIMES. ;
FURNITURE REFINISHED and
REPAIRED, See Emsler Kennedy
at KENNEDY. WOOD PRODUCTS
COMPANYj 1 CLINTONk .Pay
Phone 2097NJght Phone 339-2. r
ll-17-4t. V Z.
Car Cement and Mortar Mix to
arrive this week. Have In stock
Gahr. Roll -Roofing:, 81b Boll Tin,
Windows,. Doors, Plywood, Mason
lte, Celotex for Cellinr, Wire Fen
cing-,. Peanut Bags, Drain Tile.
-.: ";?:,,: ;X C RUSS, Warsaw,
lg-l-U. C, . , ,
HAVE IN .STOCK: Cement and
Mortar Mix, . Doors, Windows; Ply
wood, Masonlte, Soli Galv.- Roof
ing. 81b Roll Tin, Wire Fencing,
Celotex for Ceiling-. '
.'v.-.': : , J,: C. RUSS, Warsaw.
FOR SALEJ Two hornless Poll
Hereford bulls.: Full blood from
registered stock, "
.'; ., " ELLIS WEST, Warsaw,
Uncle Sam Says
TAKE OVER PIANO!
Small spinet piano with standard
keyboard. Case and Interior In ex
cellent condition. Guaranteed
100. Party with good credit and
able to assume several monthly In
stallments ean purchase. No down
payment required. Don't write un
less interested. - r
Write CREDIT DIVISION, Box
889, CQNCORD, N. C.
WANTED: Farm Tenant, with team
and equipment, experienced tobacr
co grower, 6.4 acres tobaeco, plenty
corn land. Prefer man out of debt
with small family, all able and wil
ling to work. -.
C. E. QUINN, Kenansvllle.
ll-24-2t. C :;': ,
Come To TheJ
UNK OF MOUNT OLIVE
I'OR CONSULTATION ON LOANS.
In the manner of . your Navy
"NOW HEAR THlS"r Yoa esn build
up assets of 84,329 cash In le years
by adopting a single S-step plan for
saving money. Briefly: decide to start
saving 'now, before you even touch
your pay save systematically, a
definite small sum each weeksave
automatically, enroll today for the
purchase of V. S. Savings Bonds by
tea PayroU FvbK Plan whre yoo
work, ira iiibt THAT S. -iXE. '
U.S. lnaart Dvartmul
REGULAR DINNERS, all kinds of
sandwiches; steaks, barbecue pig
and chicken. Open week days from
5:00 A. M. til 10:00 P. M. Closed
on Sundays' .- . : '
', MERCER'S CAFE '
j. K. Mercer, Prop. ; Beulaville
W-8-4t, pd. 4;r:w;:i--iIfJ:i,;t;:;d
FARM FOR RENT: One-horse
farm with 8 acres of tobacco. One
4-room house, on school bus route;
I tobacco barns, one pack house.
All other crop acreage wanted. In
Kenansvllle township. See or write
C H. Holland. Rt 1, Kenansvllle.
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Thurs. Nov. 16th
Prices Are Rising - But l!ot At Kramer's
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Uh; SALE; hi
MEN'S KHAKI , ,
Regular $3.50 Value
$5.95H&lue' sizes 29-42
Men's Anvil Brand
8 oz. Sanforized
Boy's "Tom Sawyer"
Reg. $7.95 value NOW
Men's Good -
Reg. $2.50 & $2.99 values
ALL CHILDREN'S i
OVER 5M PAIRS ..
LADIES DRESS SLIPPERS
Rayon Crepes - ,
- All Steel ;
27"-36" widths 64" long
Values to $2.99
vf Ladies 60 Gauge
$1.39 - -
1st Quality . " Reg:$l.C:
"Marshall Field" 5 pel. Wool Blcnkcls
' A $5.00 VALUE
Men's Knee Boots - $4.21
Boy's Work Shoes, 3 to 6 $2.63
Men's Rain Coats 34-46 " $3.89
Men's Gabardine Shirts $2.99
Plastic Window Drapes 7?c
Children's Cotton Ir.tks 1U Tr.
Children's Cotton Shirts
Pillow Cases 43c ea.
Men's Fur Felt Hats $2.99 i Ladies Dungarees $1.?
'.X- -V:;: X
D0:i'T tilSS THESE VALUIS! -
M pit actors
CO?.:rLLTE DISPLAY OF
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
Our Eank Your Easi"
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