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- ..v,n crew are working
iveiiOJy putting. the finishing
' " ' f on the super modern big
iw la-ant atom scheduled to open
-.Thursday, August 28, ccording to
jar. Kamsey, the store manager.
The new Grant building conven.
sentry located on the corner of
James and Walnut Streets in the
keart of Goldsboro shopping area,
wHl incorporate every device known
to modern retailing for quick, con-
Vacate of the building' will be
, modern and simple. Three huge dis
, Jflay windows will front on James
Street and there will be thirteen
-windows on the Walnut St side of
the new Grants.' '-.'
. Interior of the building will eon.
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In Kinston jF
N DEST lUYS
CImom from our greatest assortment over of
school clothes and general necessities. Save.
' w" i if -ry
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Grants own 'Ginger tone'
gfyfes for Sies 7-14 . . .
Classroom elegance, wash
lajr magic! Practical cot
ton fashions; Sanforised
woven ginghams, print &
can-can broadcloths, iri
descent ginghams. Colors,
tinue tae cmphasa on snaciousnei
New counters and display fixtures
ww tie tailored to shop-at-a-flance
convenience. The entire store wHl
be alr-condltloned to Insure pleas
ant shopping conditions. The latest
in scientific fluorescent lighting will
snow the merchandise displayed in
its true daylight colors. Decorator
pastel 'walls will provide and , at-
tractive background, fitting room
will be available for trying before
buying oof fashion departments.
Mr. Ramsey goes on to say that
wttb his expansion in space Grants
rill become virtually 4-stores-in
one. Shoppers will, find the same
tremendous assortments of merchan
dise generally found, only in four
distinct specialty shops: a fashion
store, a dry goods store, a home-
hardwares store and a variety store.
Visitors to the new Grants will
find that all former Grant, depart
ments have been considerably en
larged and assortment! of merchan
dise broadened. New departments
not heretofore In Grants at Goids-
boro will make their appearance.
rbese will include art goods, hard
ware, fashion accessories, notions,
toiletries, stationery, furniture, elec
trics and a pet shot.
Of particular interest to women
will be the opening of Grants big,
new Fashion Center featuring the
latest styles brought direct from
New York to Goldsboro. Mr. Ram
sey also states that Joyce Lane,
noted New York fashion authority,
will keep hi madvised as -to the lat
est trends. . -f., .
Grants will celebrate the opening
of this big new store with a 3-day
sale during Which scores of specials
will be offered in every department
Mr. Ramsey has been working for
months in close cooperation with
Grants staff of 60 New York buying
specialists and merchendis is being
rushed to Goldsboro right this min
ute for the opening.
Door prizes will be given away.
Mr. Ramsey emphasizes that anyone
is. eligible to win with the excep-
Ittoi of W' Grant Co. employees.
CouptilB' covering wese prizes win
be indued 4 jl XI" " x
. Grants has been In Goldsobro I
since 1922. There are over (00 w
7,TL mJS ng in 40
S.'jme people are so stubborn that
they refuse to be moved, even by
their own motives. .
Words of th. WIm
The only reward of virtue to
virtue; the only way to have a
friend Is to be one.
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Exclusive at Grants 1 .
Combed cotton, wash fast
colors. Polo has nylon
. ized neckband. 6-16. SI.
i. fecSv4o -ft
Bailt fat action, pticei let
savings! Leather: (peers,
fesolcs, heel linings. 1J44.
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Mrs. Cora Sanderson of Beula-
ville, who has been An the sick list
recently is able to be out once a-
gain and visiting Mr., and Mrs. Jim
Southerland, and Mrs. . V. Malloy
on a Sunday- afternoon. ,
Mr. George D. Sholar, of U. S
Navy who , recently underwent
serious ear operation at Naval Hos-
t"Hx " vwuy jucjeune, is spending
his leave and convelensance period
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Sholar, Sr. and Mrs. Sho-
lar's parents, Mr. and Mm Bernie
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sanderson of
Magnolia were recent visitors of
bis mother, Mrs. Eula Sanderson and
Other relatives and. friends here.
Mrs. Sam Bostic who has been ill
at her home recently is able to be
back to her duties again.
Mrs. Guy and Miss Bertha Rhodes
of Richlands have returned home
after a brief visit with relative
here over the past weekend.
Mrs. Clara Sholar who has been
spending some time with her sister.
Ho. Cora Sanderson of Beulaville
has returned to her home again.
Mrs. A. C. Byrde has returned to
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Wood from a Pink Hill
clinic with 'her infant son, and do
ing nicely, both mother and son.
, Mrs. J. E. Henderson who has
been seriously ill at her home Is
improving and friends hope her a
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dail and fam
ily recently made a business trip to
Wallace and visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker re-
.cently visited Mr. John Hollines-
worth at Durham where he is a
patient at the Veteran's Hospital
for eye operation. Doing nicely and
we hope he will soon be home again.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodroe Maready
and children, Gloria, "Pat" and
Baby all were visitors of Mrs. Eth
By VTDA MUXOY
Did you know a whole lot of,
"Courseness" in a persons life can
be polished off of many a difficult
situation by using a little bit of
Tact in a very tactful way. It
works like, "Scrtach Remover
Polish" and it also shines Where
it is used right!
Don't let your, "Silver 4c Gold"
get MIXED up in your speech these
hot days now; you remember the
old adage or saying, that, "Silence
is Golden". That is, unless you hap
pen to speak with a Silver Tongue!"
Our actions can explode Just about
equal to our speech if we are not
Well, now that it is coming on
FALL OF THE YEAR the first
sign of FALL should not be a dis
play of winter clothes in a show
case, but the "Fading Idiots" driv
ing cars on the North Carolina State
Highways snd By-ways . . endang
ering the lives of themselves and
others. I'm for any safety device
our Highwaymen and Patrolman
and other officers make for and
enforce even IF lshould happen
MYERS WATER SYSTEMS
Fishing Tackle Headquarters For Salt and Fresh
Water Saw Filing and Lawn Mower Repair
S A C Ho77 S
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I O HARDWARE ' ' O Ov A J
IS IN WALLACE 1 f
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I DIXIE GAS RANGE I rn rn i pr J 1$,
I sassa, g ALREADY GETTING $70.00 $71.00 $72.00 FOR 1 '
I fP O-. wecCr BETTER GRADES I PLENTY OF FLOOR SPACE OCOOOC A
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: SU 1 o SELL YOUR TOBACCO ON THE MARKET THAT FARMERS v S 2 V
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r A? ' A BUILT FOR FARMERS. , v 'O -
SS'lA - . 4 SETS BUYERS . J; 'b A
GOOD (MO STOVE
COME IN AND LOOK OVER
' ITS FEATURES
OF I3NSTON, INC
el Sanderson and family last week
. Mrs. James ' Price and daughter
Joe, visited her sister, Mrs. L. W
RTynn in Willard last week, at -the
home of their mother, Mr, and Mrs.
D. J. Bloodworth and family while
she was recouperating from a maj
or operation : recently at Cherry
Mr. and Ms. Billie Binkley and
family spent seveal days down at
Topsail Beach last week with Mrs.
Mollie Brinkley and. several other
friends on a much needed rest from
the hot summer days.
Mrs. Bulah Hatcher of Hose Hill
was a recent visitor of her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Mary Price for a short
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sanderson
spent an enjoyable day over at
Jacksonville, with friends last week
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sander.
son of Jacksonville.
Mrs. David Kllpatrick has return
ed home with her Infant son after
a race with the stork at a Wilming
ton hospital Both mother and son
Mrs. Raymond Cottle who has:
had a battle with the stork in the
J. W. M. Hospital in Wilmington
has returned to her home here after
serious complications following the
birth of ber dahghter lost week.
Mrs. Epsy Maready who also his
been a patient at J. W. M. for a
operation of the breast has return
ed home and again to resume her
duties at Kinston Caswell Training
School where she has been employ
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanderson of
Magnolia and his mother, Mrs. Eula
Sanderson spent part of the week
end over at Topsail Beach trying to
escape some of the hot weather.
Thank goodness at this writing
the weather has turned some cool-
I See If
to be in error!
As a rule the faults of others
seem to glare out at us like a ray
of light THAT my-friend is be
cause, we (me too) can see them
so much better than we can our
own. But IF we should stop to
correct even our own faults we
might not get too far on the road
to much success yet, we have BC
ly two things to build our way of
Ufa upon that, is "Roots & Wings"
which is the only thing we can
leave our children! We shouldn't
try to "singe" them (Wings) or dry
them up, (Roots) while we are
We shouldn't be in too much of a
hurry to judge ourselves by what
we think we can do tor in the
maintime other people might
choose to judge us by what we have
already done. Some say, truthfully
that there is no future in any job
The future lies in the man who
holds the job. I guess our happi
ness in anything we do IS our fu
ture. At least and I should know
there is NO COSMETIC for beau.
ty like happiness OR DO I
B . f III v '
1 KNOW? ? ? J
Well rm as happy as can be ex
Man have been heard to say that
they "Were a Non Profit Organi
zation," They don't mean to be
but are Now IF THEY were to
try to work out modern VER
SION of a budget on this situation
to the extent that some, or one,
has to be extennanateed or vis
versa etc WHO would be
the one to decide? The today's
Economies--on this one shouldn't
rob our memories lor tomorrow!
IF you are just forty-years old
you nave fve whole Vg years to
mare a great deseoverr that is
unless you have already found it
out; What is it? That OUR TROU-
bum are a "Chronic rrrnaan" Br
you are forty and accepted UFE
without worry you are one af th
fortunate ones - Because. Life
made of Troubles and Troubles IS
UFE! A good way to make UFE
more happier for yourself is to
make other people happy. And they
say." it's about as hard to keen a
good man down as it is to keep a
sorry one UP . 4 . You suppose YOU
know, I know, what fm talkin
about T T T T T
IF YOU were on a Skv.wnn.i-
Building Elevator going uo. un. tin
raster sna raster until your mind J
v-"" uurnung if we
verttct Strike I LB. CAN
CHUM SALMON 35c
Swift Prem or 12 OZ. CAN
ARMOUR'S TREET 41c
Whitehouse Evaporated 3 14y2 oz. CANS
MILK .;;...........,., .....35c?
lona 46 oz. CAN
TOMATO JUICE .....20c
A & P's Own Vegetable Shortening 3 LB. CAN
Come See! Come Save At A & P!
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cables should break suddenly
WHICH way would you go. Up or
uownr It might very, well de
pend on the kind of life you have
always lead or leading! Wouldn't
it make your mind quickly turn
It's attention to certain incidents
such as; In the past perhaps you
had thought someone had done you
a terrible wrong or had experi
enced an unkind Incident with a
friend which had happened long
ago in the past and never forgiv
en l Could you not be honest with
your-self-and say to your self
that you'd remembered that you
had remembered forgetting it
years ago! T T T ITD be good
Folks BT you dont ever make
mistakes your neighbours will nev
er believe that you have achieved
very much . , or anyone else for
that matter and you never will
have. Because IF you dont try to
do or achieve anything you're
always crltized and ff"you Dont
you are, so what did I tell you
about UFE : T T T : ? V
We ALL, make mistakes.
In The General County Tourt
State of North Carolina.
County of Duplin
Cecil Swinson x
Carolina Marshburn Swinson
The defendant, Carolina Marsh-
burn Swinson will take notice that
an action ititi ikn .4
tinned has been commenced in the
.NO. CAN . -r.
EA8 LEY'S SMITH'S COM
UOCETT MtlMB BXTNOLM
General County Court of Duplin
County. North Carolina, in which
action the plaintiff is seeking to re
cover of the defendant an absolute
divorce on the grounds of two
years continuous separation, next
preceding the bringing of this ac
tion, r , , ' ,1 ' .
,.".''':. ;-v ',.).; 'A,
. The defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the undersigned
Clerk of the Superior Court of Dup
lin County within twenty (20) days
after the 24 day of September 1854
and answer or demur to the com
plaint or the plaintiff will apply for.
the relief demanded in the com
FISH MARi(ET ,OPII
a filling station next to Post Office. Open all day
FRESH FISH DAILY TTJE8. THUTJ 8AT."
For special orders on Shrimp see
the week and he will bring:
' E. B. EBVIN.
SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH r
' H GOLDSBORO
We Have Plenty
Come On Down Before Sales Blcck 6
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We Guarantee As Much Or More Than Any- O
where In East Not Scared To Buy Your Tobacco O
And Guarantee The HIGH DOLLAR. O
POXHAIX WOEJKS FAKMEE8 MANOVM'S
This the 23rd day of August,
r; ; ; R. v. Weils
k ' . Clerk of Suoerior Court '
Latham A. WUseav Atterasy
9-lMt-LA.W, , ,V i
It's only natural for' the person
who is asked to foot the bill to do
a lot of kicking. , ,
" Odd Fact
In KnoxvlUV Tennw 13th f
divorce was granted to woman
.whose husband already bad als .
sururcea m sua trw musi - , .
Mr. Ervin the latter part ef
them in on Mon, after.
J. F. HILL
Of Floor Space