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i Love Thy Kingdom, Lord
The oldest surviving American oymn
':" VtlLTJLl m Tfaaata Dwilkt. bock Jiilfi
let Nnr EnUaUn, botk YI pr.rid.mU. The fcyaa
writer kaadni tk butitatioa from U t U17 Tke
' wcond duartd th U.S w aaimnity nlvMin
, ereiidaat from ll t H i - .
i ' Jut M Stoorw.il JickM add frTr HK'n
Ut cIubmh VUiUi Military laatitete, e did
Tiawthy Dwiht hold nrlTal ia tW chapel el Yale. Ad
for food hum. I wi aa s wkaa ewrykedy wa
rudias Th Faia "AS of Ima Mid latetvlew
with dat fwld oaijr fir. prefer Ckrirtiaae,
- S Preeideat Dwight took th ckpol pal pit aad pet
' Ik feu ef Gad lata at aaeil. ;! ;,":'-":1 :
. Lib BoajamU Fruklia, TUaotkr DwS
ef tkoM .tardy eerfr Aawkea wfce eeeld de abaart
uytUaf. H w trar, eWrfyaum, ", I,
kriil.cor, on tor, fteurM ana aad tauatr. A eoe ei
ei poplU im it, a m laterened ia "ororytliiaf " art
pi kaewlede wat "beaadlei." Bat hi (hitf Uwa wu
adTtadnf. laaraiaf aad CariMlaalty. Aa avid Fodtrtlirt,
hi chief hata wu Taoauu Jatferaea'a dectria of Ja
erotic goTonuMBt. Ia a Fearth of July eratioa i J00.
ha troilad that anakiad wat botnf driiraa back to
onto Ksto aad th csaatiy wa haiag wnm by "black.
wr' ! M.ta-w' ItteMcaM. thoolaov. Broach.
, la to hi atadaat aad rwaalai badaaat offoirl el Tale,
1 Dwifkt took aa th oditioa al a colUctiom el Inae
'V.ttt' hraau, aad, tkook kb aye wan wajk irom
yip- aad ararwork, ha wrot )1 byau a hi ewau
- TkirtT-wa kTO boaa foraotto. kat aa Muiil on u
the ealr hxaw writtaa ia Aajariea lor th two ctatariM
attar the Pilgrim Uadod aa PlyBWolh Sack that i
1 (till ia eoauwa . v, !:V " '-
Battd aaUa( fhri'" of a tairltaaUy ooafniod
i atsdaat body, TUaotky Dwight i boM r iumtorod for
f aaakiaf three thiaftw a loadiag iawlialiaa of a taull 1
' . oollooa. hU for lifftnoalaa Deatetnt aad hyma
that irnilaai ta Ut u loag- at Yale r th put. . .
1 lav Thy kingdom, Iwri.
Tit hmut TUmt shod,
Lm rLmk mur tint Haitm
: WUk Hit wa tnefm MM.
I Uvt Thy Church, O Gtdt
Hrr avalM ;or i w waaa, r
Jtmr at th Tafau ft
Aad f fraaaa Thy but.
trr hrr my Utrt (hall IM;
.. Fr Mr ay jrtytrt awf
' th my 'twmtmitiAtUitm, -rT:-;
i Till taib W earn aail aV ,
fcyW y hithm )y ,
I yrte ear hmh mtyt, 7S" 1
Hrr law tnmmuaUu, Um aeavi,'
Hrr ayamr len W praiw. ;
f Sara at Tay rnia (Ml (art,
Ta Ztoa (Ml fM -Taw
bright limit rth turn yim
.1 ilea mntmurmm aaawa.
lliaall ClaoJ ("larwlat
c The regular monthly meeting of
the Woman club will be held Thur
sday June 28 at the Lodge (building
All members are urged to be present.
Wmmi it mnrtrotMl Wtara Tndlnto. Blrailnthf AMa,
. Sunday guest of Air. and Mrs.
V. H. Reynolds were Mr. L. H Rey
nolds and Mesdames Bvla Danis
and Efie Hawkins ol Kins ton.. Mrs
Fvkinh remained for a few days
Tlslt . ,
iwxs. J. L. Tucker shopped In
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stroud at
tended the Smith-West wedding In
Garland Sunday. Mr Smith is
nephew of Mrs. Stroud.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Weeks and
Jean spent the weekend in Green
ville, S. C.
Get Tobacco Barns Ready Now
Soon it will be too late. Install burnerh, flue eyes
and grates. Repair flues.
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO.
Seven Springs, IhC:
Mr. Milton Howard wlto recently
returned from Korea was guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J). Kornegay Sat
urday. Miss Frances .Jean Patterson
made a business trip to Wallace
Sewing Club Sews
And Talks And Sews
The sewing club met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. L. Southerland
with a goodly number present Fol
lowing the sewing bee a social hour
Girl Scouts In
: (During the month of June the
girl scouts have been meeting at
the lodge building. - Mrs . N. B.
Boner is in change of the meetings
assisted bl Mesdames I. R. Caison
and . A. Newton. The scouts are
passing off work to get their first
aid badge. .
Mrs Jack Sitterson was hostess,
to her bridge ehib Thursday even
ing of last week. High score for
club members was won oy Mrs.
A. R. Bland. Mrs. C. B. Sitterson
won visitors bigfo.
Durng the socal hour the hostess
served cake and sherbet
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Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Kornegay
scent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs
Bill Futrell lit Goldsboro.- ' .
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stokes and
Dranne spent the weekend in At
Mrv W. E. Cft is an operative
paUent at Memorial General hos
pital In Klnston. , .
, (Miss Mattle Brown Is an opera
tive patient in Sampson Memorial
hoaptal In Clinton. " ' . I- -
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson Vis
ited In Atkinson Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. L. V. Grsay of Char
lotte visltea ur, ana mra. w. a.
Grady a few days this week.
Mn and Mrs. Kenneth E. Kabon
and daughter, Edwins, spent the
weekend in Wilmington.
.' Mrs. W. 11. Irvram, Bul'by aad
Betty visited In Harlow Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browder and
family and Miss Eleanor Boney at
tended the Owen-Wiliford wedding
In Farmville Sunday. .
Mrs. Clarence Murphy visited her
sunt Miss Minnie Boone in' Wallace
Wednesday. " . ' .
Mr. and Mrs. E, D Edgerton and
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Tommle
Baker of Wallace visited Mr, and
Mrs. Amos Brlnson Sunday.
Billy Farrior of Wilmington is
visiting Mesdames Boscoe Jones
and Jim Bowden. -. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Taylor and
son of Creedmor visited Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. McKoy last Wednesday.
UTv ' am( Mm ' TamM Tsvlnr anil
sons of Wilmington spent Sunday
... . . . T t nil.
witn jut. ana jars. oiumbmi.
Frances Sitterson accompanied
them home for a few days visit.
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Does If Get
i when you see that the folks next door seem to
have much more out ol life on an income no big
cr than yours? Careful, cooperative budgeting
' i the answer! Let us help you plan yours for
. Iter living. ;
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SIKMWDthKI UCMJVI rift .,v ..-..
A modern venion of an old-fahloned treat ta thi Strawberry Cream Pie
made with fresh ctrawberrie, eoeonnt and packaged vanilla pudding.
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1 1 package vanilla puiding end pis filling mi ,
., - teuptmilk ;
i oaxa a- or v-tnen pie intu
H eup ertam, whipped
Place pie filling mis In saucepan. Add milk gradually, blending well.
Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil and is
thickened. Cool slightly (about S minutes), stirring once or twice. Turn
Vt of mixture into pie shell. Top with layer of strawberries. Cover with
remaining filling. Chill. Spread with whipped cream. Garnish with
coconut and whole berries. .
Not; Quick-frozen sliced strawberries mav ha uaed. . ' !
M. F. ALLEN, JR.
Kenansville, II. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
". .Farmer friends, JOHNSON COTTON CO. In Wallace
I stocked to supply your every need for the coming tobacco
season. Be wise, get your needs now Look over this com
plete list Come in and see at today! ' . ,.
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Tobacco Twine Tobacco Barn Ther
mometers ' , Arsenic of Lead ' Paris
Green Tobacco S t i c k s f) Tobacco
Trucks & Slides Horse Drawn Tobacco
Dusters O Hand and Horse-Drawn Tobacco
: Sprayers ', O Tobacco Furnace Grates C
Tobacco Furnace Doors O - Buck-eye Tobac
co Curing Systems O YCidng Tobacco
Curfct Ccal.StcIrers O TJbacco Earn Tkri
,0 ' Rlaterials of All Types Tor TL
ConstrucLsn of Tobacco Barns.
FKEX BASES ALL TICE3TS' "?.;
; QUESTION: When a barn hay
JIjm Aim arn IKaa .latUsH tot WjOlAt time
Ai.CaV ag "o, lv aJa''W -' -
of day should laMaUfa be cut and
how long Should oe leu in uie
. ANSWER:. Agricultural engin
eers at twie voiaege y vnm
cessful operators of barn hay dri
ers use one of wo procedures in
outfingriX) Begdn cutting In the
morning s soon as most of the
dew is off, cutting no more than
can be put In the tern that after
noon; or (2) out tote in the after-
tifcLit n- nriltlna lUrlll fWMlT
that day and leave in the swath
overnight, cutting no more than
oan be put in the barn the follow
The bay should be allowed to
...II. J M.. 4aA jvn in Mia VMltnt
WM iU U W - .
where as roudi moisture s pos
sible Is removed but where the
leaves are not dry enougn o snat
ter during handling. Wilted bay
.L.u ma. Va .vwuJ Ia rain nr
dew. On - good by-curdng day,
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two nours in we swaiu auu v
hours in the windrow is long en
QUESTION: Wtoat are the sym
ptons of Granville wilt in tobacco?
ANSWER: The first synnptons of
Granville wilt usually is the flopp
ing ox green leaves uu uuc oiuo
.1. .lAnA Tir.n AnA lilt, A a
leaf may be wilted and the other
side not aotectea. uater aai j eaves
may wilt and turn yellow before
Pka. aiiutra rlnMlf tatt Tt rl flilT MsHai
A 11C IVUtB UCVO! wvaaaaauaais aa-"
the tips, but the most distinctive
aiarnmtinaM lot tHVl A nnMAIWtA fwf BrSHaT
streaks resmlbllng very fine pen
cil UM. BvB in lUic 'wuwy uwwa w
the stalk, r By mhlsununer these
streaks may extend to the top at
ine pram, in ouraiiveu buwbvb, io
.ik rleMavns) In a allmv euvf.t- iVit Thai
arwu UBVV" a QVLaruaj uvm v
disease is usually most severe on
light, sandy soils. v
Suggestions Given ;
On Handling Grain
Heavy yields of small grain are
In prospect In North Carolina (his
spring, but much of the wheat, oats,
and barley harvested will be lost
unless growers snake puns in ad
vance to store it properly, say ex
tension specialists at State College.
To assist growers with their har
vesting, the specialists oner these
Delay harvest until grain k "dead
ripe." Don't combine or store ,tt
while it Is damp. '
locate bm at least SO feet from
structures that present fire haz
ards. Remove inflammable mater
ial during storage. Don't store for
a long period In a building bousing
The storage structure should be
strong, convenient, end capable of
protecting the grain from weather,
insects, rodents, end thef e. If large
quanities of grain are to be hand
led, use elevated or taoppertype
floors to reduce costs.
Keep roof waiter-tigM, and' make
waKs and floors ttoHht enrwWh to
. . Sfot eaca five panuuacar'7H vtu rmor aim .
ete to Wallace Tobacconist BaselaU Games Ilayea la WaOao.
wa i (arts ntai '
ysji uv an
Ira 10 c :h way
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RALEIGH . fUS
RTLMINGTCt - 1J:S 2.23
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VA 4.T1 s.tt
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keep out rain and snow and pre
vent teakaige of gases during fumi
gation. The floor should be support
ed well above ground. Use metal
shields or cbemk&Uy treated sills
lor protection agaanst Termites.
Mesh wire or metal shields should
be used for protection against ro
dents. . "
Clean up storage place during
May and June, prior to harvest, to
reduce insects. To keep down the
Initial Infestation of pests, use 2 1-2
to S per cent DDT epray( one ponud
of 50 per cent wettalble powder to
each three gallons of water) as a
residual , spray applied to walls,
floors, and all crooks and crevices.
For fumigation, use non-infisimm-
Can you realize the waste and dam
age one little measly match can d(
to a forest of giantsT :
Laa If tl Wvnivtl
Byes Examined, Glasses Fitted. '
Next Door To Cavettaugh '
Chevrolet Company ...
Permanent Office Ia ' . ,'
WALLACE. N. C. .. . ,
SEVERAL WAITRESSES 1
Expertenoed preferred bat net
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WE DELIVE3 DIAL S961
, Kins ton
READY for any EMERGENCY
Sickroom Supplies '
When Ton Need Them '
an lcebag, a thermometer, a ra-
porixer? No matter the need,
yon can get It here. Just pick
np your phone and tell' us your
, Telephone 521
. Mall. Orders given prompt ;
Th JfS Slot
READY for any EMERGENCY
w' f if ,
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Take folhe Roads!
,c But drive in here first for a service job that'll
assure you a summer-ful of driving pleasure.
We're always ready to service your car, give you
free road maps then send you breezin' along !
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your clothes jor you. '. , t ,
S i Exclusive Gyrafoam washing
i , v ', action washes out the most stub
i born dirt and grime". . . but is
gentle as i you were' washing
' clothes by hand.
' . Safety Lid. Convenient top
: i 'opening; Needs no bolting down.
The name '"Maytag" on your
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