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Dcrone Good Lookla1
DULUTH, MINN. In 14 degrees below xero weather even Kover
stays in doors. He too. U amazed at the marked difference a Twindow,
insulating window can make' in a. home.- When this home was being
built a quick cold snap came after the Twindow unit on the left was
installed. An emergency installation of single plate glass was made on
the right window. The tremendous difference between double-glaring
and ordinary windows is apparent. The Twindow, being a double
glased unit, does ot fog up and freexe because of a hermetically
sealed air space between the two panes of glass. Not only does the air
space make clear vision possible, but its high insulation value cuts
best loss through the windows, which means a lower fuel bilk -
Philathea Class Meets
With Mrs. ReveUe
The Philathea Class of the Bap-'
titt Church met Thursday evening
with Mrs; Fred ReveUe with Me,
. 1 IT- a t 1
dame Charles Yager and R. P,
Wood, co-hostesses. President Mrs.
W. Y. Vann presided. The Scrip
ture was presented by Mrs. Ken
neth Fussell, and the teacher Mrs.
Kathleen Snyder led in prayer.
After a business session refresh-
menu were served in the Valen-
tine motif, mere were 27 present. : "America. The Beautiful" and a,
Mrs. Ira Ezzell was remembered .new musical bingo game was play
with a kitchen shower to replace ed. On the program were: Lib West,
some of what was lost In a recent I Sylvia- Gooding, Cebron Fussell,
fire at her home.. , Judy Rollins, Barbara Stencil, Shel-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sanderson,
Misses Sadie D. Smith and Marlyn
Stroud spent Saturday in Rocky Mt
Mrs. Raymond Russ has returned
to Portsmouth, Va. after visiting
her mother Mrs. J. A. .Smith.
Mrs. Hugh Smith and infant son
have returned home from Klnston
hospital. " . . . -i.i
Horse Drawn - Cultivators
Just Received If You Need
One Get It Now.
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO.
Seven Springs, II. C.;
, $38.19 CHEST OfM . i ' - ' $49.04 VwOoL ACE : S15.60 1 Luuii LAMPSt " flla.ua ILAnC
DRAWERS; t - , ' X 1 RUGS ,. ... .1 7-WAY t SOFA EED8
$29.85-' .: $3.S3 ' A - ' $77X9 '"
$4.a FACTORY LABELED $69.00 QUALITY $14.00 LENOLEUM. t X It $29.00 BEST COIL -
INNER SPRING MATRESSES J '' " BUILT WARDROBES HARD SURFACED RUGS tZD rr.:NGS
$33.88 ' ' J $43.50 - ' K $3.3 ? flifS
$695.00 FINE 9-PIECE . . $249.00 MODERN ... $149.00 WASHING $i:?.C
MAHOGANY ,-K. t-PIECE BEDROOM . MAC: :NGS WITH I FEXTST
DINING KGGII SUITE " SUITES CKLY - S-YEA!l CUAjtANTEE) ' CHr.Cr 1 1 .:ZTTZ3 "
Music Club Meets
With Lynn Veach
The Warsaw Music Club met on
Wednesday : afternoon with. Mist
Lynn Veach at her home near War-
saw. Mrs. W. J. Middleton Jr. pre-
man a A theft nraHMm m ltiA T At
sented the program on "The Radio
Music of Today," Selections to be
played on Feb. 19 broadcast of "The
Telephone JHour" were discussed.
The program will present special
music for young musicians, and. ellib
members were urged to listen,, The
The meeting opened wit singing
Miss Joyce Smith was home for
the week end bringing a girl friend
with her. ; :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Smith was
in Deep Run for the week end.;"
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Smith and
sons, and Miss Penny Smith shop-
( ped in Klnston Saturday.
) t Quite a crowd attended the fu
neral of Mr. Johnnie Smith last
j Sunday. . "' -.-"'r .? . ? ' y
Mr. and Mrs. Fltzhugh Smith of
j ML Olive spent Sunday with his
I mother -Mrs. .' Johnnie Smith. -'
TO QUIml S 1st AlullVEnSARY SALE
OIL,, COOK STOVES,
Bargains Throughout The
by Jean Jones, Patsy. Kornegay,
Lynn Veach,. force Whittle, Charles
Hales, Gale and Sally Newton. Val
entine refreshment were served.
Penny Branch HDC Meets
. ; The Penny Branch HDC held a
meeting' Wednesday - afternoon at
the clubhouse With Mesdstnes Dav
id Carlton and Raeford Bostie as
Joint hostesses, Mrs. Robert Davis
presided. There were 21 members
and one visitor,- Mrs. Harry -Phil-lips,
president of the Lanefleld
Club. J. V $ : s ( : W , :v v: '
A 9 demonstration on milk des-
I serts was given by Mesdames Bob
, Btanchard,. Moseley Phillips and
Cortes Blackmore. Mia Jean. Tor-
rans conducted a contest and Mrs.
Ormond Grice was winner., Coffee,
cake and toasted, note, were served.
Girls Auxiliary Meets
The Girl's Auxiliary of the Bap
tist Church met Monday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Frank Thomas.
Miss Ross Garner brought the de
votional. Leaders, Mesdames Allen
Draughan, Sr. and W G. Britt, di
vided the; girls into, three groups
and assisted them in their work on
the "Forward Steps." Following
this the, hostess escorted the group
to a local drug store for refresh
ments. ',1 , .
FHA Daughter-Mother 'I '
Banquet Held In Warsaw '
The Future Homemakers of Am
erica of Warsaw entertained at a
Mother-Daughter banquet Wednes
day evening in the Lunchroom.1
. Covers were laid for approxi
mately ( 70 persons.-The "Valentine
motif was carried out in heart
shaped ' programs, place mats and
candlelight. Each place was ap
pointed with a red or white plastic
pin box, bearing the guest's-name.
Corsages were received at the door.
xne i nouse. messing - was pro-
nounced before the meal, which con
slated of blushing ; apple
baked j chicken,' dressing, giblet
gravy, candled yams with marsh
mallows, , graden . peas, Harvard
beets, hot rolls, hot coffee, Iced tea
and mock plum pudding. The wel
come To Our Mothers , was given
by Thelma Swlnson and responded
to by Mrs. N. A. Mitchell. Special
music J was presented by Misses
Betty Phillips . and Ross ttamer.
The Warsaw FHA chapter song was
then sung. Miss Stella Herring,
chapter president, was mistress of
ceremonies. An emblem Service was
presented by i Misses ' Herring,
Elolse .DalL Helen Sutton, Patsy
Kornegay, Joyce Ann Jones, Jo Ann
Britt, Ruby Davis and Peggy Mit
chell. After the benediction the
emblem song was sung in unison.
The banqliet was prepared and
served by Mrs. Kathleen Snyder,
homo ec. supervisor, and members
of her department, assisted by Miss
Eula Powell and Mrs. Emma Cham
Mrs. Burton Is t . '
' Mesdames W. G. Britt and Ed
Strickland were invited guests on
Friday night when Mrs. Joyce Bur
ton entertained her bridge club.
Mrs. Maurice Jordan scored high
and received a coffee container.
For second high Mrs. Robert Frede
rick won a bridge set Mrs. Britt
waf remembered - with a yellow
diaper shirt. .Cf'tt:1 '
During the game players enjoyed
party chicken salad and cheese
sandwiches with coca colas. For re
freshments the hostess served cher
ry tarts, whipped cream and coffee.
Playing were Mesdames Britt, Jor
dan, Strickland, Frederick, B..W,
Riggs, Daulton West, John Fon
ville and Mitchell Brltt
- 2 BURNERS ONtY
Store r Ask, , Your Neighhor
.i . i i - n .
Bridge Cluh Meets .
With Mrs. Barr
Mrs. Momom Barr received mem-4
hers ot her club and other visitors
' Tuesday evening for a bridge sess-
Ion at her home. First breath of
spring ana unna.fiuwM uwwav-
ed the room where the game was
held.. : 'V'-;V'- -,
' For club high Mrs. Laughton At
bertsoa won a shredder and for
visitor's high Mrs. A. M. Benton
received hostess napkins. Travel-
Uri 1- WTU.L V..' mmw
t l , . 1 iUMML.
. U1K Vim, A WIS uvw wwu
to Mrs. Y. L. Smith. During the
evening potato chips and coca colas
were served. Late; ihe hostess ser
ved frozen ribbon cake, salted nuts,
and coffee. Players included Me
dames Aabertson, Benton, Smith, E,
E Jones, Herman Hollingsworth,
Robert Lewis,, George Clark; and
the hostess. V,-,:.v, l'-,;,
SISTER MRS BEST
DIES IN K3NSTON "
Mrs; Irish MltcheU Davis, wife
of William Dudley Davis, retired
realtor of Klnston died of a cere
bral hemorrhage at her home there
at 5:30 p.m. Monday. Surviving
are her husband; four sisters, Mrs.
Harry Wooten of Klnston, Mrs. R.
H. Best of Warsaw, Mrs. Howard
Ford and Mrs, S. C. Sitterton, both
of Klnston; one brother, Courtney
Mitchell of Klnston; and a num
ber of nieces and nephews. She was
the daughter of the late Lavinla
Perry and Adolphus Mitchell of
Klnston. She was a graduate of St
Mary's In Raleigh and Notre Dame
School in Baltimore. She was a
member of the Colonial Dames of
St Mary's Episcopal. Church and
headed the NY A in Lenoir County
for a period prior to last year..,, ,
S hi 'J Iwi kill
Ted PMpot, seaman, USN, hus-
in we top pnow mi pa : n in iua iuum.
can go below to the cocktail lounge while flying direct from New York
- to London or Paris. On the overnight flights to either capital, delicious
meala and complimentary cocktails are aerved-enrouto at ne additional
coat. Winter rates, now in effect, offer a substantial saving. Thousands
of people wait for the flrst coaple of months of any year to visit Paris.
London c other European dues. The photo shows a capacity crowd
on a Pan American World Airways "Strato" Clipper enrovte direct
to Paris, while the lower photo shows how berths are made up. A crew
of nine men and girls fly the clipper and serve -the passengers. This
flight which leaves New York in the late afternoon and arrives in
London or Paris, the next morning, represents the last word in
airborne luxury. 1
J ...... Krc- ...i. m
band of the former Dollle Sander
son of Fiison, is serving, at the Nor
folk Natal Shipyard, Portsmouth,
Va. His duty-station is one of the
oldest and largest shipyards where
Navv ships go for. periodic "facei
liftings', overhaul and repair, and
f or Installation of new and spsclal
J. T; U
John Thomas Lane, 68, died Frl
day night at.Ws borne near Fair
son aftos an. Ulness of several
months. Funeral service were held
Sunday afternoon at 1 JO o'clock
at the Free Will Holiness Church
in Warsaw by.Re Hubert Whaley
ot Greensboro Burial was in the
PeR family, cemetery, near Goldv
boro: r" . : '.'.:..
He Is survived by his wife; three
daughters,. Mrs.-Peart Jones and
Mrs. Ellen Andrews both of Falson,
and Mrs. Little Holland of Turkey;
four sons, Robert of Bowden, James
of Durham, Carson of Raleigh, ana
Ruffin of the home; twenty-one
grandchildren and two great grand
Two registered Jersey heifers
were given to 4-H club boys In Jan
uary. William Quinn of Kenansville
411 Club, received a heifer from
J. D. Carter of Beulaville, and SUn
ley Harrell of Rose Hill Club re
ceived a heifer from Duplin Dairy
of Wallace. These heifers were the
second and third Jersey heifers
given to Duplin 4-iH members by
the Duplin Calf Chain sponsored
ty the Duplin Dairy in the past
three months. The other heifer
went to Remus Creel, Jr., of Out
law's Bridge 4-tf Club. The Dairy
Calf Chain Was started by Duplin
Dairy in 1048. Each boy receiving,
a heifer returns their first heifer
calf to the County Agents to be
placed with another club member.
, J. W. Quinn, farmer of the Pot
I tors Hill section died Monday at his
i home following a short Illness. The
funeral was held from Limestone
Advent Christian Church at 3 p.m,
Tuesday with burial in a nearby
cemetery. Rev: G. W. Sheppard of
:j -i .-..'w..
Wilmington officiated. Surviving
are his wldow Mrs. Mamie Kiven
bark Quinn; two sons, Alton of the
home and Bobby of the U, S. Air
Force; two brothers, L. H. Quinn
of Blackstone, Va., and C L.iQulnn
of Pink Hill Rt 1) and three grand
children. M& HAVE.-
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Check the dozens of other new fea
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blots out bumps. Automatic Mileage
Maker squeezes - the last ounce of
power out of every drop of gas! And
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E. Melntire who d.t J fc.
in a Gainesville,-Fla. ho .
a short lllne ' were b "M
day afternoon 3 o'C ..
neral was conducted ly Lev. W. B.
Hoqd and Rev. F. M. Lain.. Mrs.
Melntire was the widow of the tote .
E. Herbert Molntlre and a sister,
in-law of Mrs. John B. Boney of
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