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Mrs. Hand r. SoIJi, I prewataUve
"a Firm lias
. utton'a Pyrofa Gas and AppU-
e Co. of Magnolia, under the
. lagement of A. Q. and
i uih, held open house Friday and
; aturday in their new dfcplay room
ltoated on toe GoMsboro-Wiknlng-ton
highway, between the Magnolia
Easo Station and the Cottaige frill.
Free demonstration of the Magic
Chef Gas range -were held by cook
ing biscuits, cookies and coffee
which were, served. -
W. W. Sutton, with the Sutton's
Gas and .Appliance Company of
Golddboro, was In charge of the
opening with Mrs. Grififln, his sec
retary, assisting. Other important
puests at the opening were Otto
Newstadt, District representative of
PyraSax Gas Co., Division of Union
Canbide and Carbon Corp., Wilson,
N. C: W. B. R. Mitchell. Pr., sales
represenUUve of Byrant Heating
and Eouhxnent Co.. Atlanta, ua.;
and Fui Hockins, sale represen
tative of the Crosley division, Avco
Mfg. Corp., Kinston.
In the two day period, about two
hundred and fifty people regis
tered for a free range. At five o'
clock Saturday afternoon. A. Q.
Smith's two and a beat year old
on, A. Q. Jr., drew the kicky per
sons name from the box, which was
Mrs. i, Vf. Byrd, crippled lady of
Magnolia. Mrs. Byrd was not pre
sent for the drawing, but Wade
Oaylor, the companies salesman
brought her down to see her range.
' She was very proud. Sne has been
cooking with wood and she feels
that the gas range will make it
easier for her to cook.
, Picture! were made during the
'opening to be put i the Pyrofax
tuaazine edited by tf.e company.
The auow loom was beautifully
decorated w't:i airang.Tients of
spring flowers given by friend.
A complete line of Magic Ct
ranges, Crosley (Shervador) refri
.. senators, Bryant hot water heaters
and Haag washing machines are on
display at the show room. The com-
pany sells gs heaters, Crosley ra
dios, freezer lockers, and electric
fans. You can be shown samples
of rubber, asphalt, and inlaid
, floor covering and plastic wall tile.
A. Q. and J. P. Smith put down
these floor coverings, and also sand
and finish floors. They also install
all gas appliances. .--
(During this week free Installa
tion will be given to anyone buying
a not water heater or rang from
the Smith brothers If they signed
up during the formal opening. .
' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garrison of
Hempstead entertained at a buffet
supper Saturday evening May 26, in
honor of Miss Helen Brown of Mag
nolia and Warsaw. The noma was
attractively decorated with sum
mer flowers and white tapers.
Mrs.NWUllam E. Gattis of Dunn
was in charge of entertainment con
sisting of several bridal contests.
Those enjoying the occasion be
sides the honoree were Mr. and Mrs
H. Tracy Brown of Magnolia, par
ents of the bride-elect; Mrs. Riv
ers Johnson, of Warsaw, mother of
the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam E. Gattis, of Dunn: Mr. ana
Mrs. Eldon E. Brown, of Rose Hill:
Mr. and Mrs. H. McNalr Johnson,
of Willard; Mr. and Mr. W. J. Lam
bert, of Benson; Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Carr, of Rose Hill;- and Mrs.
Bonnie Lee Mason, of Hampstead.
Each lady was presented a cor
Assisting In the serving was Miss
Claudia Taylor, of Hampstead. -
The bride-elect was presented a
piece of silver in her chosen pat
tern ny me nostess. ,
Mrs. Home Is
Mrs. J. N. Home entertained her
bridge club and guests Wednesday
evening at her home, which was
beautifully decorated with arrange
ments of spring nowers.
Mesdamea L. a. Fusseu ana J.
R. Croom and Wallls Trapnell and
Misses Elizabeth Gurley and Hel
en Hunt were guests, making one
(Mrs. H. L. Pippin wa selub high
and Helen Hunt guest high. Club
low was Miss Louise Croom, and
If You Registered At Our Grand Opening
Friday Or Saturday, May 25 - 26, We Will Install
Free Any Gas Appliance That You Buy From Us
This Week. j
A Savings Of Approximately $20.00
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS LEFT
4 V 1
Sutton's Gas And
AJ Q. Smith and, J. P; Smith
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Mrs. Trapnell won the floating
prize. Mrs. FusseU was presetted
a double deck of cards aa retiring
club member. ...
Coca colas were served during
play. - ' '
After a came of cards was en-
Joyed, Miss Louise Croom assisted
Mrs. Horne in serving strawberry
shortcake and iced tea. , '
Mrs. Mary Emily Bailey of Bur
lington visited her mother, Mrs.
Maude Kin last -week.
Bromley Pope of Columbus. Ohio
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellle Pope last week.
miwm wall v. ,uf Hone ti
ter Suzy, of Kinston, visited Mrs.
Gellier's grandmother Mrs. Flor
ence Home and Aunt, Miss Betty
Horne, last weekeend.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. smith vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Smith for a few days. i
Fred Pickett spent the weekend
SOIL CONSERVATION CONTEST
Negro fanners of Duplin County
are again advised that the Associ
ation for the advancement of Negro
County life is sponsoring a south
wide Jamboree Soil Conservation
contest The date of the Jamboree
which will be held to Handoock
county, Georgia, has not as yet
been set, but will be sometimes in
August, the winner will be noti
fied. A prize of $100.00 will be a-
warded to the state winner and an
additional $50.00 to the southwide.
The state winner: must submit a
report oi not more than 900 words
telling what she soil and water con
servation problems were, wuat was
done, who helped, amounts and
kind of material used and what the
resudts were. Score cards are avail
able at the Negro county agent's
atliee In KenansvUle and must toe
submitted to hls office postmark
ed not later than midnight, June
13, 1951 according to R. E. Wilkins,
the Negro County Agent. Farmers
should feel free to ask help of the
Soil Conservation service tecnnl'
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herring of
Calypso. He played baseball for the
Calypso team against Mt. Olive.
(Mrs. Allie Rogers, is spending a
few weeks with her son Theodore
and wife in Washington, D. C. :
Mrs. L. H. FusseU and sister Miss
Elisabeth Gurley left for their par
ent's home in High Point last Fri
day. Mrs. FusseU will remain with
her parents until arrangements can
be made for her to Join her hus
band Lt. Cdr. FusseU at Patuxent
River, Maryland. The Magnolia peo
ple wUl miss the FusseUs very
much and hope it won't be too long
before they can come Dace to tneir
home. .y:.-y. : .V ' ,
Mrs. Robert Burns visited her
father Joe Baker for several weeks.
She left for her home in Springfield
N. J. Tuesday. -
(Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Pippin Saturday night were
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hooks of Fre-
mnnf mnA Mr. ami Mm. BqhUS Cor-
bln and daughter Suzanne of Wa
shington, D. (J.
(Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rich and son
of Richmond, Va., spent last week
witn nni parents. ,
Miss Martha Dall of Maryland
nent the weekend -with her mother
Mrs. L. D. DaU. -'v;:;,v'1
The guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al
nnuu.ii mrut lanM P Tucker
VUI 4 - . I
Sunday were Mr. ami xuro. muiara-
OillWIli HUU Blu v
vUle; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tucker Jr.
and son Jimmy and daughter Ellen
Shaw oS Wilmington; Mrs. James
Brown and son Jimmy; and Mrs.
Pearl Croom. . , n
- Mr. and Mrs. Herble Halburg
and daughters HUda and Jean of
Goldsboro visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wilson. v - - ;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wells of Wal
lace visited her brother Tom Qulnn
mnA iur Wnrrla J. Andrews.
Jr., of Chase City. Va., were week
end guests on uur. ana ran, juuu v.
Hunt, - i, -: ' ' 1 " .
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Potter and
m Mr, ParlAv visited friends
and relatives in Wilson last Sunday.
UoDert wiieon, son
Mrs. E. C Wilson is at home on
u. i. wifh h ttSU and bas
to leave the last of the week to re-
port back at Hhode isnanq.
clan, the soil conservation district
supervision and the extension ser
vice. ;., .-A-is.r. fe- v,'
Negro delagates from aU over
North Carolina counties where
there are Negro County agents be
gan wildlife camp at Whispering
Pines near Cary. North Carolina,
Monday, May 28th. The camp will
last through Saturday, June 2nd.
Pethual Hall, member of the Ke
nansvUle 4-H club wiU represent
tv mil n tl v. Wilkins. Nasto County
Amnt has leDarted. Courses in
Wildlife and nature iwiU consUtute
m. -tty. in uUWnii ta recrea
tion. Hall is preparing his Wildlife
record hook and insect mounts to
be presented at camp. In 1949 Du
plin County's Ben Miller, also of
the Kenansvuie cnio was xcroicu
State Wildlife Champion.
urloolw imr MVRTA
The Negro Home Demonstration
Club of Warsaw met Monday May
22nd at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Rebecca Davis and was en
joyed by all.., ,
The following serve as officers:
Mrs. Blanch Gist, vice president;
Mrs. Rrihecca Davis, secretary; Mrs
Lonnie's Open Air Fruit Market
Specializes In : .
Fruits And Ice Cold Watermelons
Drinks Vegetables Cookies Nabs
.Open Air Fruil
Located North Wallace Highway 117
Houses Lots t-Farms j
See Us For Your Needs 1
The $300.0 limit per acre on your tobacco has been
eliminated this year. Get your : j
From Us Todsy , t.
Stout Realty Co., Realtors
Sales Rentals Insurance FHA
'i And Mortgage Loans
Phone 5641 Wallace, N. C.
Barnette, reporter; inua. samnm -
The window treatment was very
i.. .1... it fha lim ot the
uiunnuuf. . -
meeting refreshments were served.
Magnolia Water Works
Project Progressing :
m. iuronnl auater works - are
proceeding nicely. The frame work
for the water tank Is almost com
plete. . ..
People weten wun openea mwu
You would think it was the tra-
peeze in a circus.
i The tank is located behind J. A.
OMito. .iwl r-mMnv'f aiorA .and in
the vicinity of Quinn's Grocery, the
Barber Shop ana urug ouxv.
Magnolia Lions Hold
Fish Fry At Pond
The Magnolia Lion's cljb went
on a fish try Wednesday night at
DaUas Jone's mlUpond. The public
inuitAii and a lares crowd at
tended. Tickets sold for a dollar
each the week before ana tine mon
ey will be used to buy equipment
for the firetruck. .
.;.-. :. By Tm-t Ki.iiNJ :.v'
When we asked a veteran angler
what he thought of the nenrt fluor
escent lures, he replied that they
were better than plain ones some
times. Other times they werent as
good as regular ones. ; ,
enced fishermen had expected. But
some of us were more gullible.
There -were great expectations
based on the fallacious idea that
the more visible a lure, the more
lrrestible to fish. But veterans
know this isn't so. Sometimes
bright gaudy ones are best; some
times the duU inconspiioioufl ones
produce fish. , j -
It was suggested that Ouoreecent
lures might reflect certain rays vi
sible to fish MK not to man. now
Mrtrmv mnu AnlrW T8nt eXOeri-
metvts by English bioligisU seem to
prove that man see one same wwvc
fengths we do. These biologists say
ivk maM Mlnrt ami liven abades
exactly as humans. This lsnt so
sunprlsing since we nave roucu we
same eye structure as cneirs.
AngUng editor Jay Lucas 'sug
tmoA mm maist Mnaklsr tSids Doint:
What normal fish foods are fluores
cent lures seem natural to ishT
However, wa know that most fish
at all times, and the most choosy at
most times, don't seem to give a
lann what Dm M.llm. All a flah
usually asks Is that the thing be of
M.l-JK1a -t-a mnA .anm tHvil
. . i
v Should one use nuorescemsT so
far as our two chief species of
game fish bass and trout are
concerned, It seems highly unlikely
that we'U ever find a lure that
will be effective at aU times. Both
of these fish are extremely change-
dictable only as to wl.en hell sUXe
not as to wnat a u iu.
. -m..m - -u thi add w
to? To precUely what most , of
US had evnrri " -
, l or
, v the
i ,'t u s ;. t it W..J be
to., Lull to tvjf oa ta at aU
Evevthe tlnyatate o Thailand
Slani) purctoaslng coal In the
MRS. BLANCH SANDLIN
Mrs. Blanch Sandlin, age 65, wife
of James Ralph Sandlin, died early
Saturday.morning at her home near
Beulaville after a lingering iUness
of about two years.
Funeral services were held at
her home Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, conducted by the Rever
end F. L. Goodman, pastor of the
Beulaville Presbyterian church.
Burial was In the Sandlin family
cemetery near the home., She is
survived by her husband, one dnu
jMar ,mv T? n Mpneer and three
grandchildren, aU of Beulaville, and
one brother, L. L. Sandlin of Kins
ton. , . ' ' . .- i (: .
'Mrs. George Albritton, Sr. of Ca
Ipso died unexpectedly at 6 o'clock
this morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Ed. Herring. Her
death was attributed to a heart at
tack. Funeral services will be held
sometime tomorrow afternoon. At
press time complete plans had not
been made. ; v .'
- Sh la siirvlwH hv id children:
Johnny, George and Benny Albrit
ton; Mrs. Ed Herring with whom
she lived; Mrs.- Adrien DaU and
Mrs. Edwin Patten., r, 5 .
MRS. LULA M. DATL
' AUTna Imilm M Tkatl. 40. died
May 29th at 4:43 at her home in
the Scotts store community, ne
had been in ill health for three
year. Surviving are her husband,
TViHann rinHl nna inn. C R. Tlait
and one daughter, Flora Lee DaU,
ail OX tine name; one uromer, ruiwi
Pateat Mt Olive; one aster, Mrs.
Maggie Thompson of Mt. Olive, Rt.
4. She had been a member of Bear
Marsh Missionary Baptist church
for a number of years. Funeral ser
vices were held Saturday in the
Wilkins family cemetery near the
home. : ; ,- '
THEME FOR STRAWBERRY DAYS-
So Versatile. . So G:d-o-d
Ice Cream ... the dessert of many
h faces. Serve it as it comes from the
: ; i, y.A i "v-v ,V -'
. container or with' tempting choco-
. late sauce, fruit or marshmallow . . .
, Ta make a dessert success story that's
; sure-fire in any hotisehold?
.. And ice cream the way we make it is
; health food. Only top quality ingrev
dients are used ingredients that
udd to eyeryone's fundamental daily; h J
t .4t r I
t ... ' j .!:U-.
. food requirements. Get some for; to-
' - b i i i ' " ' i ' 1 . 3': ''m J:-'
y . ... ..; .... , . , .. . t, fr ,
' night's dinner! ' , ' ' .
CARD OF THANKS
- We wish to take this method of
thanking our friends for the many
expressions of sympathy and kind
ness extended us during the recent
illness and death of our father, G.
H. West ,"vv - '
" The Family '
' One out of every three cars on
U. S. railroads is a coal oar. '
i Si-it htf -i' i V
"Built To a Standard,
rn iui fitc .
Wherever summer plans take you,
you 11 go In style and cool comfort in
the BALL-BAND Shannon. Flower
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"Duo-texture" platforms and com
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: General Qrctendise;
WELCOME To -.
5. '.',:' s
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
-. Shop In The Many Stores Here For Money
Saving items - Merchandise lbs Been Priced Lov;
Especially For This Event.
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