CLASSIFIED . &ATE3t
i Three cent per word, minimum
ekarre of 75o. Unless yon have
an aoeonnt with as please tend
mater, stamps, money order,
or check with ada. Fameaat
Dm the Timet Classified Ada; ..
; H f on ktT anythlnj- to sell
, , or exchange, or want to bur, '
' mm will aeoept prodoeo for
?. garment. ;:. N;. , X;',.
CfBWUlNE D-CON Noted rat pois
on, jmw on sale at Clinic Drug
Company, in Mount Olive, - tfc
VACCINATED CHICKS All our
chicks are vaccinated against New-
. castle disease with killed virus and
ate ST. C.-TT. S. approved Pullorum
clean from strains that raiUy pro
duce eggs. Mount Olive Hatchery.
. UBW IFGKRD. For the best deal
on a new Ford car or truck see
W. L. Cavenaugh at Kenansvtlle
Also many good used; cars and
trucks. Telephone W. L Cavenaugh
at KenansviUe 2133. , , ,
DR. E. C. GRADY
. Dentist -
LaGrante Office Dally .
Except Saturday Afternoons. .
Seven Springs Office
Tuesday and Thursday Nights
; and Saturday Afternoons.
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE- FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
- GIVINO ITS DIRECTION AND
' HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM ;
YOUR POSTOFFICE. t :
. .: HEATER WELL CO., INC.
- RALEIGH, N; C. .
YOUR HAIR IS
When you're Queen for
JHofhera Day. Let our
expert stylists create a
.coiffure of distinction
for you. Call now.
E. Caswell St.
IE1I0IR BEAUTY SHOP
Kins ton, N. C.
CECIL A. MILLER
Beulaville, II. C.
Brown & Miller Co. ,
Lkf US 1U.CAP Ilu3
: ') Full, circle fuH cap. , . ,
; ! ; Fully Guaranteed Work i
' f " V S. Tire Distributors" .
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
Mt. OQve Hwy. Phone 8638
i ' ' Goldsboro
SQUARE DANCE Mount Olive
Gymnasium every Saturday night
at 8:00. Music by "The Rhythm
Four Phis One." Admission 75c
per person. "A clean dance for
clean people," sponsored by the
American Legion i::.yy:yji
FREE ROGERS SILVERWARE at
Clinic Drug Co. Get your card to
day and own a set of silverware
soon. Lovely patterns. r tfc
Vet Winner of.$50,0:fanrt
; USED TRACTOR
; , HEADQUARTERS
1950 Fanaall Super A and Eqpt.
150 Farmall Cub & Eqpt
1949 Farmall Cab & Eqpt
1948 Farmall Cub and Eqpt.
1940 Farmall A it Eqpt
1938 Farmall F-18 Complete
1938 Farmall F-20 Complete
1934 Farmall F-20 en steel
1949 Ford Tractor Complete
1949 Ford Traetor w-balf track
1948 Ford Tractor Complete
1945 Ford Tractor' Complete
1949 Oliver Cleatrac Tractor
1949 Avery V and Eqpt.
1938 Avery A & Eqpt
1949 Massy Harris Pony & Eqpt
1938 John Deere on steel
1947 Fordson Tractor on Steel
Plows Disc Harrows Equipment
; Your Ford Traetor Dealer
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
Mt Olive Hgwy., Pbone 3000
BABY CHICKS Sold by Mount
Olive Hatchery are N.C.-U.S. Ap
proved Pullorum .. Clean, from
strains that really produce eggs.
Hatched right here in our hatchery.
'Nuf sed. : tfc1
wn. v. :nZ:' .'".."
Health Yeek Throughout jlorih Carolina
SEE US NOW FOR FLORENCE
MAYO tobacco curers. We are
taking orders on first come basis.
Patterson's Farm Supply on High
way 117 in Wallace.
- Piano for Sale. I ihave one ex
tra small piano stored In Kenans
ville that I will sell on easy terms
and give an extra discount off rai
er than to move. If interested write
to F. B. Merritt, Route 4, Salis
bury, N. C.
5-8 3T pd.
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MILL SUPPLIES : v ... " v--; s
. ( -, HEAVY HARDWARE
MACHINE SHOP SERVICE IV ' - - n' gg
Bolts, "JrcQii Bearings, ; Pujleys, Sheaves, Tools,
Sprokets, Chains, Electric Motors, Pipe, PipQ
Fittines. Saw Belts. All those items that you
-can't find, we have or can WAfrwfa It
"2 No Parking WorriesCor. Bright-Heritage Sts."
Y') Give Us a Try--Phone 4680-rGive Us a Call t
Acetylene and electric welding on
all farm machinery. Sprays and
dusters repaired. Trailers, hitch
es put on. Lawn mowers sharpen
ed and repaired. A good weld
means longer wear. . Work done
by Garnie S. Herring at A C. Hall,
Hardware in Wallace.
repaired. New Royal typewriters
for every need. Call Goldsboro 251,
Worley Typewriter. Exchange,
105 1-2 N. Center Street.
5-29 5T C. i
FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
J ! Use T-4-L for 3 to 8 dayai' ilf
not pleased, your 40c back. Watch
the old, tainted-skin slough off to
be replaced by healthy skin. Get
instant-drying T-4-L from any drug
gist. Now at Kenansville Drug
Co o o o ooooooooooooooooooo
. . . Here
mB rim ;
"k Kon-Streclg tac Colors
k ScrotboMo light Colon ,
k Dorablo Soft Colors
k Easy-To-Apply Cay Colors
k Fast-Drying Kealral Colors
" ' " , k " ) hi W
FOR RUBBER, ASPHALT, LINOL
EUM ana plastic wall tile, and for
expert laying, call J. P. Smith or
A. Q. Smith at East Carolina Tile
Cor; Magnolia, N. C. Workmanship
guaranteed . Free estimates.1 Phone
night 2110, day 2147, Box 108, Magnolia-tfc.
Educational Insurance Now is the
time to begin that educational pro
gram for that child. Drop me a
card today. No obligations. All
forms of life insurance.
James G. Dickson, Calypso, N. C,
Realestate If you wish to sell
or buy a farm, heme, or any kind
of realestate. See James G. Dick
son, Calypso, N. C.
Sheetrok Upsom Board Plas
ter Lime Briwnent Cement
Doors Windows Tobacco
Flues. Place Your Order Now For
Tobacco Flues J. C. Buss, War
saw, N. C,
SANITIZE poultry sdrinking water
with Dr. Salsbury s Germex. Help
kill harmful bacteria, viruses, and
molds. Get Germex and use it regu
larly! L. J. Simmons Hardware, in
Watch This Space Dally
For The Best Boys In
A-l CARS AND TRUCKS
1951 Ford Custom Fordor $1944.00
1948 Pontine Del. 4 door ....$1290.00
1938 Ford Coupe $ 350.00
Real Clean-New Motor
1948 Ford 2 ton Dump Truck
A-l Condition $1090.00
1946 Ford 1-2 ton Pickup $ 596.00
A Good Buy
1945 Willys Jeep $ 350.00
You Can Find The Car Or Truck
You Need At Our Big Lot
On North Center St.
Sales Dept. Open Evenings
Until 9:00 p.m.
FOR. SALE 1941 Ford panel
truck. New motor. Willis Bartlett,
5-8-lt pd. .. . 'j I ' it,:
BE HAPPYBE SLENDER use
Ann Delafield plan. . Soon to be at
MARION, KAN. Donald D. Dunn and his family beam over the
good news that Dunn, combat veteran of World War II, has been
adjudged winner of a $50,000 farm set-up in the Columbia basin of
Dunn was adjudged the "most worthy veteran" tn contest conducted
by the Veteran of Foreign Wars of the U. S. From left: Herbert L.
Roaenkrana, chairman of the VFW National Agricultural and Develop
ment Committee, who brought the good news ; Mr. Ventctta Jean Dunn,
wife ox the winner; Bally Ann. 6. Uunn and Ueanna.Jl.'
(Brewer Drug Company in Pink ANN DELAFIELD REDUCING
Hill. I PLAN now on sale at Brewer Drug
5-8-1T c. 'Company in Pink Hill.
The United States Army needs.
HELP now. By this I mean that
the U.S. Army is In need of Offic
ers . The Army needs more officers,
so opportunities have been in
creased whereby qualified men and
women from civilian life may be
come commissioned officers. Va
rious Officer Candidate School pro
grams have been set up. Appli
cants without military background
must first take a basic training
course before being appointed to
an Officer Candidate School. The
OCS program lasts 22 weeks. Now
the young man from high school
can apply with T Sgt. Jack Cuta
way, Jr., USA and USAF Recruit
ing Officer in Warsaw, N. C. and
can be assured that he will be a
qualified applicant for Officer Can
didate School, before he enlists in
The US Army for only a two (2)
year term. (This is the only way,
T Sgt. Ottaway said, he can enlist
a man for a 2 year period.)
Any man with a high school di
ploma and a good bit of horse sense
can apply providing he has the
following qualifications: Be a citi
zen of the U.S., Be in good physical
condition. Must pass a written test
and make 115 on the Officer Can
didate Test. .
OCS Courses available at this
time; Branch Immaterial (incls
Chemical Corps, Finance Corps.
Military Police Corps, Quartermast
er Corps and Transportation Corps)
This school is the Army General
School at Fort Riley, Kas.
Artillery, this School is the Ar
tillery School, Fort Sill, Okla.
Armor, tnis scnooi is the Antiair
craft School, Fort Bliss, Texas.
Infantry, this School is the In
fantry School at Fort Benning, Ga.
Ordnance, this School is the Ar
mored School at Fort Knox, Ky.
corps ol Engineers, this School
is at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, in
Signal Corps, this School Is the
Signal School at Fort Belvoir, Va.
: une ox your choices has to be
Infantry, Artillery, or Armor. The
other two choices may be divided
among Engineer, Signal, Transpor
tation. Quartermaster, Ordnance,
Military Police, Chemical, and Fi
nance Corps. Your actual assign
ment depends on the needs of the
Service 'and your aptitude scores
you made on your tests, i ' 't
Food, uniforms, equipment, hous
ing, medical and dental . care,,' a
monthly allowance of $139.65, and
a free $10,000 Government 1 Lfe
Insurance policy (that remains In
effect as long as you are on active
service) are furnished all Officer
Candidates while in School. Upon
suecessful completion of OCS team
ing, graduates are commissioned as
Second Lieutenants in the Offic
er's Reserve Corps and placed on
active duty. Honor graduates may
receive commissions in the Regular
Army. Graduates must serve at
least 18 months as commissioned
officers In The U.S. Army.
T Sgt. Jack Ottaway, Jr., has his
office at 407 Pine Street, Warsaw,
N. C. Phone 614. Contact me for
SAVE CALVES from scours with
SKP, the new Dr. Hess treatment
containing sulfatbiasole, kaolin and
pectin. $1.35 treats a calf. ' Satis
faction guaranteed. ; Holt-Simmons
in Kenansville, Vv:' '.;, .-',.
Outstanding mental health needs
of North Carolina and facts con
cerning the xivallaMr faculties for
the prevention and treatment of
mental Illness will fee presented
throughout the State as Mental
Health Week is observed May 4-10
under the sponsorship of the North
Carolina Mental Hygiene Society
and cooperating organizations.
As outlined by those wftor are
,-ctlve in the prevention of mental
illness and the treatment of the
mentally ill, the outstanding men
tal health needs of North Carolina
(1) A school for colored feeble
(2) Admissions and hospital
building for the State Hospital at
(3) Additional spree for white
feebleminded children at Caswell
(4) Additional facilities for the
care of elderly persons in the coun
ties or local communities.
These facilities are either totally
lacking or are inadequate
AcqualntiJice with the State hos
pitals and their work will be en
couraged by the "Open House" be
ing planned at these institutions
on the afternoon of May 8th. Some
of the facilities and needs will be
shown to visitors on this after
Cooperating organizations spon
soring: "Mental Helath Week" &nd
interested in the preventive or
treatment areas of mental health
include: State Hospitals Board of
Control, State Board of Public Wel
fare, State Board of Health, State
Department of Public Instruction,
Eugenics Board of North Carolina,
N. C. Congress of Parents and
Teachers, Home Economics Exten
sion Service of N. C. State College,
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit of
the State Hospitals Bo.rd of Con
trol, North Carolina Council of
Churches, the Red Feather Agen
cies, and others.
Pleasant View Hews
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grady
of Seven Springs were dinner
guests of his mother Mrs. Edith
Rev. D. T. Stroud of Wake For
est visited in the community last
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones and
family visited re&atives in New
Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Grady and
sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Measley of La Grange Saturday
Miss Edith Byrd attended the
annual family reunion of the late
Mrs. Lizie Herring's family Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Amelia Smelling and child
ren of Albany, Ga., are spending
somw time with her parents, Mr;
and Mrs. J. D. Grady and visiting
othr relatives while here.
Mr. Joseph Blzrell of Norfolk.
VS., is spending sometime with hi
mother, Mrs. Bessie Bizzell.
' Mr. and Mrs. Coy Qumn, Mr.
Theodore Outlaw and Mr. L. Lan
ier went to Wilmington Thursday
to visit their son, Robert Leo
Qulnn who is still a patient in a
Mrs. Cebra Rouse and children
of Fayetteville are visiting Mrs
Lizzie Rouse. Her husband who
was stationed at Fort Bragg has '
been transferred to a base In Cal
ifornia. Miss Carline Outlaw of Red Hill
spent Sunday with her grandmoth
er Mrs. Nannie Outlaw.
The B. F. Grady H. D. Club met
with Mrs. R. A. Smith Monday
night with 18 members present
and four visitors. The club held
its dress review with Mrs. Wil
liam Sutton and Mrs. Ambrose
Smith as the winners. These ladies
will enter the county dress review.
The next meeting will meet with
Mrs. Faison Turner.
ett; Song The Holy City, Jessie
Ann Thomas; The Fairy Harp
Song Dottie Humphrey; Song The
Lord's Prayer, Sue Lanier; To A
Wild Rose, Raddie Fay Quinn; The
last Rose of Summer, Shelby Tay
lor; Song O, Promise Me, Mur
phy Thigpen; Nocturne in Eb, Eve
lyn Penny; Second Waltz, Frances
Carol Jarmon; Song Only A Rose,
The Dunfls of Mrs. J. Rhem Tay
lor presented their recital May 2nd
at 8 o'clock.
The program was as follows:
Chorus The Glow Worm by the
class -.Prelude in C Minor, Nancy
McWhortertfnvttation to the uaucs,
Susie Merecr. The Pixie and the
Fairy, Carol Miller; Piano Duet-
Sounds of Joy, Addle Sue Home,
Willie Home; Down a Pebbly Lane,
Nancy Miller; The Big Bass Sing
er. Linda Carol Albertson; Song
Beautiful Blue Danube; Judy Mul
drow; Riddle, Brenda Jackson; On
A Moonlit Lake. Rachel Kennedy;
Piano duetCarolyn Brinson, Rad
die Fay Quinn; Betty's High Chair.
Grace Rhode; Song I Take Thee
Dear, Kathryn Quinn; Yellow But
tercups, Miriam Taylor; Drifting
Clouds .Mary Frances Bostic; Cir
cling 'Round, Nora Ellen Miller,
Gay Daffodils, Brenda Andrews;
Song Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life,
Ruth Dixon Hood; On a Swan-Filled
Lake, Patsy Albertson; Piano
Duo At the Dance, Piano I, Jean
Humphrey, Piano II, Katie bue
Grady; Largo, Zona Gale Quinn;
Airy Fairies, Elsie Mercer; evening
Prayer, Agnes Lanier; Song I
heard a Forest Praying, Betty Jean
Lanier; Wave of the Danube, Carol
Waters; Will O' the Wisp, Pat Nor
rls; Piano duet A Garden Party,
Sallv Jo Kennedy, Willie Owen
Guy; Because, Leta Warren Thom
as; Song lne i-agan love oong,
Carl Danial Pate; Valse Petite, Jo
Ann Sanderson; Wedding of the
Painted Doll, Katie Sue Grady; Pi
ano Duet A Spanish Dance, An
geleta Thomas, Betty Sue Mercer;
Song In Old Madrid, Kate Mur
rill Boggs; Clair de Lune, Minnie
Varrior Brinson: The Banjo Picker
Barbara Jean Miller; Song Sing
Me to Sleep, Lou Ann Nethercutt;
In Old Vienna, Jean Humphrey;
Double duo Tommy's New Drum,
Plann T. Mike Miller. Steve Rhodes,
Jpiano II, Carl Ezzell, Stanley Pick-
GET YOUR MOTHER'S DAT GIFT AT A
..... -Mi.VVhj . y.ivi .
ALSO YOUR GRADUATES GIFT
AND MANY OTHER HANDSOME GIFTS
AT A CONSIDERABLE SAYINGS
"y-' ti'-ti?; ,11 ir T':i't- -i:v y
Hamilton Elgin Bulova
Births tone Dinner
And Many Other
Items In Jewelry
J. A. WHITFIELD
403 N. Queen St.
Kinston, N. C.
WE HAVE ON HAND
A LIMITED AMOUNT OF
FOR OUR FERTILIZER
CUSTOMERS; WE ALSO .
HAVE A LIMITED
- COME ON IN TODAY
AND PICK UP
' YOUR NEEDS.
"NO FINER IN CAROLINA"
111 N. James St.
Goldsboro, N. C.
Banquet Room For Group Meetings
Building Supply Co.
1410 W. Vernon Ave., Kinston.
THIS FOLDING DOOR
MEANS LARGER ROOMS
Interior and Exterior Doors
Wood Window and Frame Units
Overhead Garage Doors
KNOTTY PINE-KNOTTY WALNUT
sSL; ...... -Lavr-,
Insulation Board Beaverboard
Plywood Masonite Tekwood
Gypsum Sheathing Insulated Shea
thing Rockwool Batts
Masons Materials Plaster Finishing
Cement Brixment Masons Lime
Post Lights Copper and Black
Builders Hardware u
Ironing Board Cabinets
Roll Tin Roofing
," --fg!lV "i Asbestos Siding
rSSO Roll Brick Siding
Tile Board - h .
O Congo Wall Tile t - f;-." '
O Chrome Moldings 4 . i-
O BnUding Materials for Every Need
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