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P. O. Box 831 Railroad St.
Office Phone 2856 Home Phone 2081
CLINTON, N. C.
YOU GET JUST WHAT YOUR DOCTOR
ORDERED WHEN YOU LET US FILL YOUR
J Day Supply - Twin Set Vitamins with Liver, Iron
91.0 Size Large 4-oi. Jar
Vita-Ray Cleansing Cream 49c
Amazing Value - 83c Jeris Hair Tonic - 40c Jeris Hair Oil
H Price Sale !
$L0O Size - COCONUT OIL CASTILE
Woodbury Shampoo 50c
New Bif-Size with Dispenser
Trushay lotion 89c
50c Size Phillips
Milk of Magnesia 43c
iquet Cream Deodorant 49c
$2.00 Value Shave Lotion
Seaforlh Spiced $1.00
NEW Revlon Jeweled lipstick. The non-smear type that stays on.
Limited Time Only $1.10
Rubbing Alcohol 13c
1000 1 gr. tablets
u Cigarettes $1.67
Powder or Oil 33c
Box ! 300
Tropical Fish & Supplies
100 Pure 5 Grain
Noxzema Skin Cream 59c I
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Carton Popular Brand - Tax included.
50o Tooth Pasta
i, CLASSIFIED RATES! '
Three cents per ward, minimum
- charge of 78c Unless you have
an uooount with mm please send
meney, stamp, msney
r cheek .with uda.
repaired. Mew Royal typewriter
for . every need. Call' Goldsboro
291, Worley Typewriter Exchange ,
103 1-2 N. Center Street . ,
FOR SALE -One 6X4X6 used
Worthington Steam Pump: Used t
man Disston Chain saw - overhaul',
ed in our shop. COOK MACHINE
SHOP. Clinton. N. C. v ; rt ' i
ctf, - "r-r ';-;.'V.',
10 Cent Pocket Combs, sow 1 cent
each at CLINIC DRUG CO.
FAIR CLOTH CONSTRUCTION CO.
Clinton. N. C.
Dragline and Bulldozer Work
Specializing in Pond Construction
Call 9185 Night Clinton. N. C.
FOR SALE . One 8-ft Gas RefrK
gerator. Can be 'seen at Mr. Wood-
row Outlaw's RJFD. Mo. 1 Kenans
ville, N. C. X. K. Bryan 20 Cherry
Acre Drive, Hampton, V.
rOR COMPLETE MARKET AMD
Grocery Equipment, General Office
Equipment R. CL Allen Business
Machines; visit J.A. MOORE EQUIP
MENT CO, 106 E. Blount St Kins
ton. N. C. Phone 8810.
VISIT THE PEGGY ANN SHOP in
Mt Olive for those last minute
needs. Lovely costume suits with
Jacket so suited for Easter wear.
Plenty of hats in newest femenlne
silhouvette. All wool toppers & suits
25 off for Friday and Saturday
only. - . '.
SPECIAL CLEARANCE on used
Singer Machines. $10.00 to $15.00
Fully reconditioned and guaranteed.
Write Singer Sewing Center, 1085
Queen St. Kins'ton, N. C. Phone
See Us Today.
SUARANTEED USED TRACTORS
Plows. Disc Harrows, Bush Bogs
Lime Spreaders, Scoops, Blades
Loaders, Misc. Equipment.
Trade and Terms To Suit
Mt. OUve Hwy. Eh. 3000 Goldsboro
FOR SALE: 78 rpm records, race,
hillbilly and popular in lots of 25
records $2.50. Send up your orders,
we mail COD, 45 rpm records 60c
each used, we have coin operated
phonograph and slot pool tattle, for
all location, call us for service,
Reynolds Music Company, Phone
231-7, 516 Beaman Street, Clinton,
N. C. '
"FOR A BETTER WELL, call or
write Heater Well 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 well
GENUINE D-CON Noted rat pols
on, now on sale at Clinic Drug
Company, in Mount Olive. tfc
IF you want to BUT or SELL
a farm see, STOUT REALTY CO.
Wallace, N. C, Phone 5641.
FRIENDS - here is a simple inex
pensive .home treatment for skin
trouble such as ringworm, tetter and
sores - Swiss Ointment - It heals
without a scar. CLARKS. Warsaw,
FOR SALE - Four Gurnsey cows,
Three with young calves. See C. H.
Holland, Route 1, Kenansville, N. C.
FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
USE A KERATOLTTIC
BECAUSE . .
It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer
skin to expose buried fungi and
kills it on contact. Get this STRONG
keratolytic fungicide, T-4-L, at any
drug store. If not pleased IN ONE
HOUR, your 40c back. Now at
KENANSVILLE DRUG CO.
HOW TO RELIEVE SKIN ITCH
IN 15 MINUTES
If not pleased, your 40c back at
any drug store. ITCH-ME-NOT has
mild anesthetic to ease itch in min
utes; has keratolytic, antiseptic ac
tion that sloughs off outer skin to
KILL GERMS AND FUNGUS ON
CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ring
worm, foot itch, other surface
rashes. Today at KENANSVILLE
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for
men or women to call on farmers
in Duplin County. Some making
over $50.00 a day. Full or part time.
Write or wire for free proposition.
McNess Co., Dept. C, Candler Bldg.,
Baltimore 2, Md.
Always A Large Selection
From Which To Choose
"Where Your Guarantee
ATTENTION SO St SEW SHOP
in Clinton.- Mill end cutters ends
and Novelty Fabrics. Belts and
buttons made same day received.
Butterrick patterns. Zipper 10c
"ONE REASON so many marriages
are failures is because so many
failures get married."
THE AMERICAN LEGION is no
failure when we say we give you
a large and clean dance every
Saturday night in the Mt. Olive
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lavatory. It was next to the officer's
lounge and galley, or kitchen. When
I boarded I asked about the rest of
the party and learned they had all
gone home except Mr. Schipman.
They had been about 600 miles out
in the Carribean from Wednesday
night until Sunday on maneuvers
and had all been seasick but Mr.
Schipman. Saw nothing but the
ship, targets and guns, so they
boarded a train at Guantanamo
City for Havanna and took a plane
from there on. Haven't heard any
thing from them since.
The ship sailed on Monday night
and I made the night very well.
Commander Griffin took me for a
walk on deck and I went to bed.
Awoke Tuesday morning at the
sound of the bugle and jumped up
quickly to go out on deck. Before
I could gef dressed I was back in
bed. I ate no breakfast and long
about ten o'clock succeeded in
leaving my stateroom. The rest of
the day, Tuesday and most of Wed
nesday, I was "rocked in the cradle
of the deep". That durn ship rolled
one way then another. A slow roll
to the point you didn't know if it
was going to roll over or roll back
but it eventually rolled back. But
it just wouldn't stop rolling. It
adjuste wafer -or
Save as much as 9 gallons
of water for a
small load of clothes I
It's completely automatic! Once you set the
indicator for the size load to be washed, water
level is controlled automatically. Uses only
amount of water needed for both wash and
rinse. No waiting for tub to fill.
See a demonstration today!
wasn't like riding on a train when
you could grab bold of a seat when
standing In the aisle and balance
yourself There Just wasn't -any
balancing. I asked Cammander
Griffin bow. they stood It and be
said "Oh yoo'll get used to it" Br
Thursday morning I learned how to
handle, either myself or the ship.
At least I regained my equilibrium.
In spite of the rolling I did manage
to get on deck Tuesday afternoon
and watch the. guns fire. They were
shooting 'a target plane in the sky
and ihade many hits. I had to stop
my, ears with cotton and then hold
my fingers in them when the big
guns went oft The flash would
burn my face. .' '
Tuesday I made it'for mid-day
mess, lunch they called it, and had
chop suey. I ate maybe two spoon
fuls, and was told I was to have
dinner with the Warrant Officers.
It was the Juiciest looking steak
you ever' saw but I couldnt do much
with it. They served fruit juices
instead of water ' with each meal.
A mixture of tropic fruits. And
coffee! I never saw the like. Every
where you turned on ship any time
of day or night there was coffee.
I asked one officer how many
pounds per day were consumed and
be just laughed. Wednesday I learn
ed where Mr. Schipman was room
ing and we began to get acquainted.
He was so tired of the ship that
I believe be would have given any
amount to get oft He had been
aboard the entire time from land
ing in Guantanamo, except a few
hours off on Sunday. He didnt
get sea sick so stayed aboard in
stead of leaving with the other
fellows. I learned he is 09 years
old, one of the largest farmers in
Florence County, S. C. and a great
guy, also a deacon in the Baptist
On Thursday morning I awoke
feeling much better and soon began
to learn my way around the ship.
The officers, as I said, were swell
fellows, and I made many friends,
and so were the sailor boys, all
fine. I toured the ship several
times, found the ship store and even
got to get some Cokes. I attended
two court martial trials which were
interesting. Dr. Fowler, the only
doctor on the ship, was rooming
two doors from me and we got to
be good friends. He took me through
the ship's hospital and we discussed
the Duplin General Hospital right
much. Dr. Keenan was the dentist
and Rev. Anderson the chaplain.
Each morning he would give a
prayer over the ship's loudspeaking
I tried to follow our course to
Baltimore but we were out of sight
of land all the way. We did pass in
sight of the Bahamas but at night
and I didn't see them. We came
very close to San Salvador where
Columbus first sighted the new
world in 1492.
Thursday afternoon I was told
we were beginning to head towards
Cape Hatteras, the graveyard of
the Atlantic, and I thought I noted
a little tension among some of the
sailors as word got around that it
might be rough. We passed through
Hatteras that night very calm. The
waters were calm on the whole trip
and we did not hit a storm.
Friday morning I was up at the
burst of dawn and had my first
breakfast aboard ship. Expecting to
be in Baltimore about noon. I walk
ed on deck and found I could hardly
see my hand in front of me for
fog. We had dropped anchor. This
was at Cape Henry where we
entered the Chesapeake bay for the
run up to Baltimore. After about
two hours the fog lifted a UUla and
a special pilot came aboard and
we lifted anchor and set sail for
Baltimore. About five that afternoon
we arrived at Ft Henry and another
pilot came aboard and a tug tied
on to guide ujinto port About 7:30
the Stewart cams for my bags. On
deck, sis aj committee from Balti
more came on to welcome the ship,
I met Capt Taylor of the ship for
the first time. He had sent me an
autographed picture of himself and
a picture of tte.shifc,;v:uv,$v
He was plain1 "everyday fellow.
In his brass ' you wouldn't have
known he was an important man
except for his brass. Oh, yes, I forgot
to tell .you about the ship's engineer
whose name, J think, was Lt .Com
mander Ellis Marples, Jr. I cant
possibly keep the names and faces
straight in my mind, but I had" a
long' chat with this fellow shortly
before landing in Commander Grif
fin's room. And the "cashier", I
called him, was the guy I paid the
$5.40 to and I was so broke he cash
ed my check. .' ,. .
As we docked in Baltimore there
was the HMCS (that stands for His
Majesty's Canadian Ship) of Canada
that was in Guantanamo and for
whose officers Admiral Taylor save
the ret, ' -n. It w.-s a 1 a t.-g
but gumd tow, urei to t.e X'-s'ti-more.
I left ship about 8 p.m.. Fri
day and took a train to V.'a .ulngton.
Spent the rest of the night at the
Ambassador hotel and to top it off
the only room available was the
wedding suite I spent the first night
of my honeymoon In, so I took the
SUjte.v". V ";;; rM;- WSj
; Saturday I boarded, an Eastern
Airliner for Raleigh where was
met and arrived home near mid
night and plenty (lad to fee Eastern
North Carolina, n.z'fi'.
Summing up. my impressions X
feel that our government , is well
prepared 'for war, at least on the
seas. There . will : not be another
Fearl I.'.u-bor a'. .-. "c as. e t . .-r
ienced and wh. .1 1 a i ... s l in' 1 '
shooting' our guns will be at tae
front If the Baltimore is an exam
ple, and if its personnel represents "
our United States Navy, I say Russia '
better. Stay where she is and not
try to pull another Napolean Bona- '
parte stunt - because America Is
ready. Yes lt is Costing money but " ,
the folks on the Baltimore are con
scious of that, and are not throwing '' "
it around as if they lived in Wash- '''
Ington City. So to the' Baltimore
and Uncle Sam, I . say, thank you
for a very nice trip, - in spite of
the waves. Hi Fellows, if you re- '-
ceive a copy of this. 1 1 hnn
you enjoyed "The Kingpin" V JR.Cs.
WHO KilOVS WHERE
C A D EL
WILL STRIKE THIS YEAR
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
1. In 1952-53 the major Hail-Writing insurance companies in the six
Southeastern States (Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida and Kentucky) paid over $15,900,000.00 to farmers
whose INSURED growing crops were damaged by HAIL.
2. The damage suffered by farmers whose crops were not insured is
estimated at more than three times this amount. t
3. You can't stop a HAIL storm, but you can protect your investment
in your crop.
Protection for the entire season does not cost any more than for part
. of a season. ,
We are prepared to give the very best of service to our customers
and our office promises its closest attention to your need.
Do not wait until after the storm! Then it will be TOO LATE.
Call or come by this office for full information.
: Kenansville, N. C.
John Hall, Kenansville
Clarence F. Sheppard, Smith Township
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