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FOa SALE One 6X4X8 used
V'ortIilngton Steam Pump; Used S
man Disston Chain saw overhaul'
ed In our shop. COOK MACHINS
SHOP, Clinton. N. C. 1 ,
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10 Cent Pocket Combs, now leent
each at CUNIC DRUG CO. B Mt
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IP you want to EOT or IIIX
' a farm see, STOUT HKALTT CO.
Wallace, X. C Phone 8641. , ,
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Iza 11th. BirC W
Mr. and Mrs. Scott tuvi honored
their daughter Marn her 11th
birthday Sunday- lth?U plcnlo at
Cliffs pf Neuse. A pi J lunch wa
enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs: X J. San
lin, Martha and Jerix-MrLan4 Mrs.
York Lanier. Acne and Brenda, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Bostlcillfancy and
Jlillcr, News. Adv. tecscaUaOw
J. X BARDEM STOCKYAia!lS, will
hold, their 3rd. annual spring uve-
stock sale Tuesday March 9th. at
1 pjn. Bring your thin cattle, hogs
and especially little pigs to this
tale. Be sure to aVtend this sale.
t JL BARDEN STOCKYARDS In
Warsaw.
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FOR SALE: 78 rpm records, race,
hillbilly and popular in lots of 29
Me Boy-SeU-Trad ' ;
- , Always A Large Selection
Prean Which To Choose
cc:":unity MOTORS
CCPOSATION
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CZrnJINK D-CON Soted rat pats
vo, new en sale at 'Cttals Ong
Comaany, In McomeOttve. to
PABCimH COJfSTKDCTIOIf CO-
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Draglioa and Bulldozer Work"--'-V
, ,' AU Kinds :l$':ti'
', ' Instant Service . . -;.iV
Specializing in Pond Construction
Can 185 Night Clinton. JLG
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FOR SALE: California Wonder
Pepper plants. $5.00 per thousand.
, Place order now. Ready when; you
want them. Harold Marshburh,
. Clinton, N. C Phone 2907 '-.V V
3-9-10t pd. v (
records $2JKX Send up your orders,
we mail COD, 45 rpm records 80c
each used, we have coin operated
phonograph and slot 'pool table, for
all location, call us- for. service,
Reynolds Music Company, Phone
231-7. 516 Beaman Street, Clinton,
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OPENING AT ONOE for man with
car to take over good Rawlelgh
business in Northeast Duplin Coun
ty. Has been worked 4ip an til re
cently. Over 1800 . families. Real
good opportunity. Write Rawleigh's,
Dept NCB-931-S08. Richmond, Va.
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MAIS FEMALE HELP WANTED
-Excellent opportunity foreman or
woman to call on farmers in Duplin
Oeuaty. Some making over $50 a
day.' Fan or part time. Write or
wire for free proposition. McNESS
COL, Dept. C, Chandler Bldg, Baltl
mos2.Md. 8rf4t.pd.
"FQR A BETTER WELL, call or
write Heater WeU Co, Raleigh, N.C.
giving direction and distance from
your Post Office. Monthly payments
can." be arranged, with no down
payment, if applied for before weil
la drilled."
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4 See Us Today.
MR. FARMER
GUARANTEED USED TRACTORS
Plows, Dise Harrows, Bosh A Bogs
lime Spreaders, Scoops, Blades
...s Loaders, Misc. Equipment.
Trade and Terms To Salt
Tear Needs.
Tear Ford Tractor Dealer
BRYAN-EDMONSON
TRACTOR CO.
Mt OUve Hwy. Ph. 3000 Goldsboro
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NEEDED A Rawleigh dealer for
Northeast Duplin County, over 1800
families, where products sold for
many years. Real opportunity1 for.
permanent, profitable work, start
promptly. Write Rawleigh's. Dept.
NCC-931-232, Richmond, Va.
3-25-4t c.
THE REASON a dog has so
many friends is: that he wags' bis
tall instead of his tongue. " .
THE REASON the American
Legion has such large and'if&od
dances in the Mt Olive gym every
Saturday nignt is: We keep .it
clean. "A clean dance for clean
people.1'
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BOOK YOUR ORDERS with us for
Hall Brothers Silver Hall or sex
link Cross Chicks. MURRAY SUP
PLY CO Mt Olive, N. C.'
3-18-8t c.
Treat
Your
Tobacco
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Now
With
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We have them beta, bat evp-
plies are net plentiful. Get years
BOW. ". . 5 'i'.',;' '
Just A
Reminder
Neil Joseph
4s just back from
New York from a
Buying trip.
When In Goldsboro
Just Visit
Neil
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For Your Spring
Toppers - Suits
and Dresses
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The Newest Creations
Always At
. NEIL .
JOSEPH'S
In Goldsboro 7
Rkhard, Pat Harm. Violet Sumner.
Bfftfifma Baker and Kay Smith. A
green and ' yellow birthday cake
was served, -Marie was presented
a lovely assortment of gifts. '
Attend DAJK. Meeting
Mrs. ay Humphrey, sustorian
and Mrs. Lou Belle Williams Reg
ister -were in Richlands Tuesday, to
attend a DAR meeting (n the .home
of Mrs. D. W. Russell. "
P.TJL Meets Monday
The parents and teachers associ
ation of the Beulaville School will
meet Monday night March 8th for
a regular meeting. All teachers and
parents are urged to attend. ,
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Presbyterian Women
Hold February Meet ;
Mrs. Haywood Miller president of
the Presbyterian Women of the
Church presided Saturday afternoon
when the. February meeting was
held, "Lead on King Eternal" the
opening hymn was followed with
prayer. Mrs. Adron Miller led the
program discussion The Heritage
of our World Christian Community"
assisting her were Mesdames Leland
Grady, E. L. Batts, Haywood Miller,
Bland Rhodes, Homer Winstead,
John Miller, Andrew Miller, Ashe
Miller and Miss Lois Evans. There
were IT in attendance and Mrs.
Grady led the closing prayer.
Kenneth Johnson
Has Birthday
Mr. and airs. Autrey jonnston
honored .their son Kenneth on his
6th birthday with a weiner roast
on the lawn of their home. A cake
decorated with a miniature circus
had been presented him by Mrs.
Ada Williams and was served with
an additional cake to the 18 young
guests. The honoree was the recipent
of assorted gifts.
Maple H. D. Club
Meets Mrs. Sumner
The Maple Home Demonstration
club met in February with Mrs.
J. I. Sumner. "How to save steps
in the kitchen" was the demonstra
tion given by the hostess assisted
by Mrs.. Wilbert Futrell. The leader
gave reports on Home dairy, Home
poultry and Education." Plans were
made to have a baby sitter for each
meeting. Delicious refreshments
were served in the valentine motif.
Mrs. Delbert Futrell will be hostess
in March.
Mrs. Everett Miller
Is Honored
Mrs. Everett Miller was honored
Monday afternoon February 22nd
when her mother entertained with
a surprise birthday party. Upon
arrival the honoree was presented
a corsage and figurines of George
and Martha Washington. The honor
ee was the recipent of additional
gifts. A salad plate was served to
Mesdames Pete Smith of Pink Hill,
Walter Miller, Jay Wilson, Homer
Winstead, Wilbert Futrell, Delbert
Futrell, Jonah Whaley and J. I.
Sumner.
Seven Births
Are Announced
Mr., and Mrs. Temple Hill an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Mischa, on February 13 in the
Lenoir County Hospital, Kinston.
Mrs. Hill is the former Miss Blanche
Harrell of Burgaw.
CHURCH CALENDAR
March 7, Rev. J. D Everett, pastor,
Morning Worship, 11:00; Evening
Worship, .7:30; Sunday School WOO;
B.T.U. 6:30; RA. & OA.-Monday
7:00; Youth Choir Monday,, vO0
Cherub Choir Wednesday .19;
Church Choir Wednesday, 7:30; Mrs.
J. D. Everett director, -The puhlio is
cordially invited.
WEEK OF
Week of Prayer for Home
was observed by the Magnolia Bap
tist Church, March 1 , 5.' V
Theme: '"Freedom's Holy Light"
Monday evening 7:30 (Young people
in charge of program) Sunbeams
Watchword, Rally Cry and Mission
Song. Jr. RA'i ScrWnj4''A
, Home Mission Program given, by
a. A, Int R. A. and Y. W. AAVdll
include facts and stories of Southern
Baptist work among Indian, Euro
pean, and Oriental Americans V
Missionary Story - Mrs, Paul
Tucker. v . s A'V
Wednesday evening CAlice Swin
son circle in charge) Mrs. M. E.
Lindsey, program chairman - sever-
hd.c. plai;j rzc:zcz
The Home Demonstration Club is
planning a Health project Mrs,
Ralph Bishop, president, appointed
t committee to make plans for the
project The. leader Mrs. Eva Drew,
gave a demonstration on 'jueis
Make Housekeeping Easier", to the
eighteen members present and three
visitors. - .' ..-..
- Following the meeting, an lnfor
nud hour was held with the hostess
serving coffee and lemon pie..
at women will present problems and
deeds of Home Mission work.
This wiU be followed by a Mis
sionary Story by Mrs. Everett i ; ;
Friday , evening (Alice Hunter
circle in charge) Various types of
wor k "by our home Missionaries win
be studied. The Missionary vetory
will be told by Mrs. Jack Joyner.
Filmstrip: Your Beautiful America"
will conclude the special services.
Plans for the week made by Mrs.
3. D. Everett Mrs. Paul' Bass, Miss.
Study Chairman; Mrs. Paul Tucker,
Program Chairman. . v-
' Miss Macy Co iC the faithful
Sunday School teacher of the Young
Ladies' class of the Baptist Church
for 80 years and missed only two
Sundays in the past three -years. J
Mr. Bruce Wilson gave the even
ing message last Sunday. Mr. Wilson
is home from the Southern Baptist
Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.
The W. M. a met Tuesday P . M.
st 3:30 St the church, Mrs. Hamilton
presided. - ' '
A short business session was held.
Both circles reported that every
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The Magnolia P.TA. will meet
Monday night at 7:30. Lucian Holmes
FusseU will talk on -Russia. The
Glee Club will furnish entertain
ment Everyone la urged, to attend.
member who would make health
kits for the Migrants. -
Mrs. Paul TuCker had charge of
the program. Subject was "Strangers
Everywhere
An interesting program was given
by members present Mrs. Tucker
presented the need of the Migrant
and closed with prayer. ' '
' VUL WITH no
Mrs. A Q. Smith, reporter, hasy
, Mr, and Mrs. 3. R. Carpenter, son
and daughter of Portsmouth, Va
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs, Paul Bass. " '
Mr. Lyttleton B. Scott of Winston
Salem visited Mr. and Mrs. Hv L.
Pippin Wednesday evening.
BRIDGE CLUB !
Mrs. Kenneth Taylor entertained
her bridge club Thursday, evening.
Camellia, Japanese Quince, and
Hyacinths were used in decorations.
Mrs. C H. Pope received a flower
container for high score. Mrs. N. T.
Pickett stationery for second high
and Mrs. J. N. Horne a set of plastic
covers for low.
Mrs. Taylor assisted by Mrs.
Hqme served, congealed salad
plate with coffee and nuts. '
ff0m Mw mws
A aolMSWl
V ) soiSMly.
Gregg Brothers
Houseware & Home Specials
Extra
SNAPfV CATCH
holds door Mghtty
doMd. Spring acHen.
NEW IfVlS-lATCH
N. 1210
Push R lo
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puH from ouhids lo op door rora
ouhidt. (Mvtilul ond proclkoL
Wood Fronting Board,
Special
48" ' M"
$3.95 14.95
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JT Non Yellowing
House Paint
85.84 - - : I
One Gai. ' I
Electric
Broiler
99c
84.95 Gal
In Case
Lots of 4 GaL
Extra Good Quality
! 8 oz. jor 69c BW
Gregg Bros. Houseware. Dept.
'lFront & Market Sts. - WiJinington v
Patrolman and Mrs. John Gordon
Thomas of Belhaven announce the y
birtn or a daugmer, htricia Ann,
on February 14 in the Belhaven
Hospital. Mrs. Thomas is the 'for
mer, Miss Margaret Barrow of
Beulaville.
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Parker
of Jacksonville announce the birth
of a daughter, Virginia Annette on
February 12th in Parrotts hospital
in Kinston. Mrs. Parker is the form
er Miss Jenny Maready of Beulaville.
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Mr. and Mrs. P. E Thigpen an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Sylvia Jane on February 28th in
Parrotts hospital in Kinston. Mrs.
Thigpen is the former Miss Dorothy
MulUkin of Pendleton, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ball of Kins
ton announce the birth of a daugh
ter Barbara Dale on February 22nd
at Parrott Memorial hospital. Mrs.
Ball is the former Miss Naomi Mer
cer of Beulaville..
Mr. and Mrs. Stacey Brinson of
Beulaville announce the birth of a
son, Keith Maxwell, ' on February
25th at Lenoir Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Brinson is the former Miss
Nona Frances Mobley of Chinqua-
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Whaley
of Beulaville, rout 2, announce the
birth1 of a daughter on Monday,
March 1, at Parrotts hospital in
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Baby Chicks
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Poultry Supplies.
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frea the 5th. district, suuss-vtllsv Magnolia, Res BUt Tewnr
ahlpa. Year veto and support will be appreciated.
to real enjoyment comes in serving "WHITES" ice cream.
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v For Prompt Service Call .
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.YELLOW IN SHUCK ... lLZJ $1-55 f f
white in shuck;-;.....:... - . . $1-45
Place Your Order for Woodruff Seed Now
Phone 2241
Warsaw (Baltic)
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Bring Yeur Prescription To Us For
r Fresh Drugs and The. Best Prices :
76c Value m-. f ,t f, '
Pu In olive Sha veCrcum .... 47c
$1.05 Value , : .'
MexsanaPo'wder&Cresm
7C:
$1.23 Value ,
Jeris Hair Tonic
79c
$1.75 Value , t
Breck Shampoo & Cream Treatment
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98c Value
Trushay Hand Lotion & Cream .. 69c
$2.00 Value - sTl
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3eaionn 3nave Lonon )i.u
86c Value ; '
Dial Shampoo & Soap 67c
. $1.79 Value ' :,f "j. y ; '
79c Instant Lather Shave
$1.00 Gem Razor ..ll...!.... 98c
$1.22 Value - I
Pepsodenl Toolh Brush v ;
Pepsodent Tooth Paste 63c
100 Pure 5 Gr. . , ,
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1 pt Rubbing
Alcohol
13c
300
Kleenex
19c
5 Holl&'
Tcilet Paper 25:
$1.45 Value d '
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Tuisy pc:mSfc:r.,::D $1.C3
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Jerens ll:nd Lc!i:n
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