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. r. and Mrs. Gordon Kornegay
i .r,t to High Point Monday for
j daughter, Pat, who has-been
in school there for thai past year.
Guest in the home' of Mr. and
I.Irs. Gordon Kornegay Sunday In
cV 'fled Mrs. T. W. Tarhenton of
I t and Jerry Paschal of High
Mrs. 'Albert Newklrk" and Miss
3n Newklrk left Mondav to spend
tie summer at Carolina Beach. .
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Draughan at
tended the Homecoming at , Blue
Ridge School for Boys in Henderson
over the: weektend.;-i;;:..J;:'i.';,'''
Belton Houston of Washington.
N. C is spending two weeks with
hh mother, Mrs, Florence Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Dauiton West and
tmys of Greensboro were week end
guests of Mrs. J. J. West.
Mr. -nd Mrs. H. E. Tunnel and
daughters of Greenville spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Wahab;,s'- -., .v,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Surratt made
a business trip to Raleigh on Fri
days at Carolina Beach.
rnmimm HT.1I I J J
. i-vcu jxittiuus nas reiurnea
from Asheboro where she was a
member of the faculty .
Tommy Rogers is home from
Carolina for the summer. v
Rev, and Mrs. C. F. HirscW left
Sunday to attend graduation exer
cises at Wake Forest 1 "'
Mr. and Mrs.;, Bill Craven and
son, Mooring,: spent Sunday with
CoL and Mrs. John D. tangston at
1 Mrs. H. E.' Craven is visiting her
son and daughterJn-la w, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Craven. . - 'rti'"-
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Taylor were: Mr. and Mrs. C.C.
Knotts and Mr. and Mrs. W. I
Johnson of Hamlet
Mr. and Mrs. jum) Fonvielle and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Strickland and daughter are spend,
ing several days at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. Milton West attended the
Class Reunion at W. C. in Greens
boro during the week. end.
Jackie Sutton of Raleigh spent
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Q. J. Sutton.
Ed Strickland visited his parents
in Dunn Sunday .
Mr. and Mrs.' Francis Oakes and
Catherine of Greenville and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hines and children
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dail in Rose Hill Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kornegay and
daughter are spending the week at
Carolina Beach. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle made
a business trip to Richmond Friday
they returned by Norfolk. Mrs.
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25 Quarts 69c
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10 Broiler 55c
J 10 Roaster 65c
ID Turkey v 75c
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Pints, doz. $3.49
1 Pints, doz $3.95
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90 Sq. Ft. Roll $1.69
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18" X 55' Roll
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25 Pints 75c
25 Quarts 98c
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Kinston's Most Complete Supply House
Norwood Bostic and son accompan
ied them home for a visit , . :;
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gresham and
children are spending two Weeks
at Topsail Beach. , ' ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vann and chil
dren spent Saturday with Mrs.
Hugh Vann at Clinton. ; ,
. Mr. and . Mrs. Paul Potter and
children are spending several 'days
with the J. T. Greshams at Topsail
Mrs. John Bard en is confined to
her home due to illness. . t
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Byrd are
visiting their-daughter and family
in Fayetteville. ',,.
Miss Sue Shine is visiting friends
in Alexandria, Va. this week. .
Miss Eunice Smittle of Fayette
ville is working at Carolina Tele
phone Co. while Miss Sue Shine is
on vacation. . , ;'t
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Turner of
Wilmington and Mr. and Mrs. Ful
ton Blanchard and daughters of
Burgaw visited Mr. and Mrs. David
. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Patterson and
son, Billy of Mt. Olive visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Garner Sunday,,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garner and
Nina attended Commencement Ex
ercises at Campbell College Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Giddings were
recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Claxton Farmer at Raleigh.
Mr. Jim Herring is seriously ill at
"lis home. -
Mrs. Paul Britt and children spent
Friday with Mrs. Britt's parents,
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Gibbs at Sted
man. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Britt and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
Britt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Britt at Parkton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ramsey of
Newport spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Porter.
Mrs. Paul Kitchin and Miss Mary
Lynn Smith are spending this week
at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Cockrell and
family recently visited in Norfolk.
Marie and Lynwood Cockrell will
spend the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. David Cockrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Carlton and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Wade
Carlton spent Sunday at the Beach.
Miss Mary E. Packer is home for
a two weeks vacation before re
turning to E.C.C. for summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenkins and
family of Washington, D. C. visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Jenkins re
cently. Barbara, Dan and Mac McNeill
underwent a tonsilectomy at Samp
son Memorial Hospital Tuesday.
Ambition causes some people to
do something and be somebody.
and others aim to do somebody and
WITH OUR v .
: - COYS
HERE'S THE ANSWER
The Mosley boys were Just
"watering the flowers." Their'
father, Charles Mosley, turned'
the family's home into an Ak
ron showplace when he painted
the exterior with a "garden"
'of red and yellow tulips.
LESTEB W. MATTHEWS '
Lester W. Matthews, son of Mr.
nd Mrs. T. B. Matthews, Rose Hill,
vas recently promoted to corporal
vhile serving in Germany, where
le is a member of Battery A in the
st Infantry Division's 5th Field
Corporal Matthews entered the
rmy during January 1953 and ar
ived overseas the followin- June.
(U.S. Arrr loto)
PVT. CHAS. R. TODD
FORT JACKSON, S. C. Private
Charles R. Todd, Route 2, Faison,
las been assigned to Company M
f the 506th Airborne Infantry Regi
nent for basic training.
He will spend tho next eight
veeks here learning the fundamen
'.als of being a soldier. This in
cludes classroom lectures in such
ubjects as military courtesy, first
ud and character' guidance, and
ombat field problems involving
he use of the M-l rifle, which he
ill learn to fire on various ranges.
After eight weeks of training with
he 101st Airborne Infantry Divl
ion, the trainee is given about 14
ays leave. He may return here for
ight more weeks of infantry train-
ig, or he may be assigned to one
f the many Army Schools.
Basic training is required of each
ew man coming into the Army,
ort Jackson is one or the Army's
irgest training stations. Primarily
an infantry training post, the Fort
offers school in specialies associat
ed with Infantry divisions, as well
as combat tactics.
LT. MAURICE C. LANE
First Lt. Maurice C. Lane, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon L. Lane. 125
E. Hillsboro St., Mount Olive, N. C,
is a platoon leader with Company
F of the 1st Infantry Division's
16th Regiment in Germany. The
24-year-old officer, whose wife,
Catherine, lives at 700 Assembly
St, Columbia, S. C, arrived over
seas this March from an assignment
it Fort Jackson, S. C. A 1949 grad
uate of North Carolina A and T
College, he entered the Army In
1950. The lieutenant wears the Sil
ver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, the
Combat Infantryman Badge, the
Army of Occupation Medal for duty
in Japan and the UN and Korean
PFC. LOUIS TURNER
TOKYO Pfc. Louis Turner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Turner,
Route 4, Wallace, N. C, recently
spent a seven-day rest and recup
eration leave in Tokyo, Japan.
Turner is normally stationed in
Korea as a wireman in the I Corps'
17th Field Artillery Battalion. He
entered the Army in January 1953
and arrived overseas last July .
YouTl hava fun for golf and & j
pastimes U you do your btudnes by i
LONG DI3TAKCE TELEPHONE. I I J
JOHN H. CREECH
John H. Creech, 21, Husband of
Mrs. Irene B. Creech,' Route 2,
Warsaw, is completing his Air Force
basic military training course at
Lackland Air Force Base, the "Gate
way to the Air Force."
Lackland, situated near San An
tonio, is the site of Air Force basic
military training for men and wo
men, headquarters of the Humanr
Resource Research Center, and
home of the USAF Officer Military-
His basic military training is pre
paring him -for entrance into Air
Force technical training ' and for
assignment in specialized work. The
course includes a' scientific evalu
ation of his aptitude and Inclination
for following a particular vocation
Machines sure able to do every,
thing today except make a dollar
go aa far as it used to.
Laughter eases you over, the )oits
and hard places on the highway of
Ufa. ; " , -
"No man has1 eve been' known to
kavel far on a lama excuse.
X takes all kinds of people to
make a world giving everyone a
chance to fit In aomewhere. - '
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A woman always has a reason-
but not the one ilka give.
It's easier to Inherit a good rep
utation than to keep it;
No money is sated' by laughing
at other people's expanse.
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. TClUUm Ca.1 . a loi tX i't i of
a heart attack as hla home fat J-ount
OUve Wedneaday, Blay t6th, as II
PA Sarvtviny are Mrs. oatm the
former Ida Salmon of Duplin Conn-
ty; one son, WUliajsi Jones, Mount
Olive, Bs. 2, and one stop-son, MJ1
bana Salmoit Winston-Salem; ; f our
daughters, Mrs. Albert Williamson.
Mount OUve, Rt 1, Mrs. R. 8. Whit
man, Mount OUve, Rt t, Mrs. Joe'
Hlnson and Mrs. toe Davis, Mount
Ollvel swu sisters, Mrs., Sidney
Eason and Mrs. G, A. Baaon of Bel
ma: five brothers, B. T. Garland,
Clarence and Parsons, all ef Selma
and Rivera of PwtemeBth, Vs.; M
rrandchildren. and. eight . great-
rrandchlldren. Funeral. . services
were held at the home Friday at
3:3 pjn, with the Rev. T. W. Wil
liams, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, officiating and. the Rev.
B. E. Dotson ef the Presbyterian
Church assisting. , Burial was In
Maplewood Cemetery. Mr.., Jones
waa member ef the First Baptist
Church of Mount OUve and of the
Loyal Soldiers Bible Class ,af that
' D. L. SAMS .
' D. L. Sams age 73 died Monday
morning at. his home in Rose Hill.
Funeral services were held. Tues
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at the
Free Will Baptist Church in Rose
Hill by Rev. Vance Rich, pastor,
assisted by Rev. Austin Wheeler
of Watha. Burial was in Pin; Hook
Cemetery in the Charity Communi
ty near Rose Hill.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Nora Dew, one son Eugene
Sams of the home, one daughter,
Mrs. dleo Dalez of Waterloo, Iowa.
.Three brothers, C. J. Sams of
Indianapolis, ihd., Walter Sams of
Talbott, Tenn., and Will Sams of
L. C. JACKSON
Lotha Clayton Jackson, age 69,
of Beulaville, died Wednesday aft
ernoon. May 26, in Memorial Gen
eral Hospital in Kinston after hav
ing been seriously ill for the past
Funeral services were held from
the' Beulaville Presbyterian Church
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock by
Rev. Walter Goodman, pastor, as
sisted by Rev. Stephen A. Smith of
Middlesex. Interment was in the
Thomas family cemetery near Beu
laville. He is survived by his wife, the
former Nina Thomas of Beulaville;
four daughters, Mrs. Grace Maund
of Atlata, Mrs. J. D. Sholar of Beu
laville, Mrs. M. B. Butler of Kin
ston, and Mrs. Orlando Albertson
of Beulaville; two sons, Woodrow
Jackson of Pink Hill, and Maurice
Jackson of Beulaville; four broth
ers, John William Jackson and
Sherman Jackson of Beulaville, Al
bert Jackson of Kinston, and Joel
..The Wallace office of the Coop
erative Savings and Loan. Associa
tion ! will- serve , as a "clearing
house" for funds seeking safe and
profitable investment and borrow
ers who seek financing for homes
and khe Improvement of real, estate,
Frederick Willetts, Jr., secretary
treasurer . of the : association, , ex
plained ,here 'this "week. '-i':fi,V'
"Our fixed policy of paying divi
dends of 3 per cent per year from
our first day of operation should
attract savings fro ma large num
ber' of residents of this area," he
said. "It will follow that we will
be able to make loans also from
the outset and It la another basic
policy of the Cooperative to invest
every dollar saved in the Duplin
Pender area within this trade ter-'
The' association's secretary-treas
urer Qualified for bis, Job as one ef
Cooperative's executives by attend
ing the savings and loan school at
the University of Indiana where a
three-year course is offered Re
also attended the University of j
North Carolina and ' after 'service
With the U. S., Air Force in World
War I Joined his father in the as
sociation's management at Wilming
ton. 1 ' '; ' : :-; ,-
l"It has been ur experience in
Wilmington, and now in. Jackson
ville, that , dollars put to ' work
through savings ana loan accounts
stimulate the entire community,"
Willetts said. "Wallace will cer
tainly prove no exception to this
rule. When thousands of dollars
are loaned to build or remodel
homes and other real estate, about
60 per cent of it goes into wages
for skilled and unskilled labor. An-
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by E. V. V
Farm and Home Week will be
held at State College, Raleigh, next
week, beginning Tuesday, June; 8
and continuing through Thursday,
June 10. The three special features
of the. program this year will be
the Challenge Program r Farm and
Community ; development; ; Farm
Price and Policy, Program - by un-
i i t
other large percentage goes , into
professional feet for architects and
contractor and to local businesses.
There are, of course, thousands
of savings and loan associations
where funds; can be Invested, but
there la nothing that will substitute
for the convenience of a commun
ity institution dedicated to local
needs and service at hand to meet
those needs," young Willetts con
tinued.' ,55' -if i ;-'; 'i-w'U'V'xi' , .
"In Wallace, we haVa been most
fortunate to find personnel for the
local office who" are familar with
the community - 'and the -residents
and ; citizens here. ' Through ; bur
distinguished Wallace .,.- advisory
board we will have an even closer
touch with local conditions and
needs,"-. he declared. v'-Vwfx'i.
der secretary of Agriculture, True
D, J.'orse; and the ttate Council
meeting of the Federation Of Home
Demonstration Clubs,; .
, DaujT-bay .will be o 'special
Interest , to the menand at the
Cherokee Fanch Rodeo will be held
at the Fair Ground's Arena Wed
nesday night '
Farm Leaders in Duplin County
will find the program next week
a real short "vacation -with, plenty
of toteresting things happening. Yot
can even atend a class that has tha
subject of "Dont Work. Tot Hard.
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Tackson of Fayetteville; two sisters.
Mrs. Marshall Cummings of War
saw, and Mrs. Chancey Houston of
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Over Unpaid Bills
We don't claim to cure all your ills. But, we
can give you a loan that will certainly help you
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arrange terms to suit you.
"Make Our Bank Your Bank"
BANK OF MT. OLIVE
I Mt. Olive
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Of I usiness
Mr. C. C. Trott, announces the remodeling of his business
establishment - Amoco Gas and Oil and Grocery Store to A Sell
Service. The outside and inside has been newly painted and tiled.
Clean and modern rest rooms are now open. A meat counter with'
choice meats. Fresh fruits and vegetables. Milk, ice cream and
0 Mr. Trott is located on the corner of the Pink Hill, Chinquapin,
Kenansville, Jacksonville road. He has been in business for the past
12 years. He is better equipped to serve you, and appreciates your
past business and welcomes your patronage.
These Are Special Items For Sale
Fancy and Staple Groceries
10 lb. Cream Flour 90c
5 lbs. Cream Flour.... 50c
Sunshine Peaches, VA can - 29c
Tomatoes, can ..... 15c
Phillips Cream Style Corn .... 14c
Franco American Spaghetti - 18c
Salad Dressing .1..
Peanut Butter ; 19c
Jello, 3 for ..::......:......,... J.... 29c
Kraft Mayonnaise, pt. 39c
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