TIIL: ATWiJCLXNYaL, UALFOUO, N. C.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 6, 1945
Washing Greasing Polishing
We Have a New Shipment of Batteries
rmn AT THEV
Harry Greene and Lawrence Mc
Neill have returned from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Drummona of Florida
is spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Sexton. Mrs. Drum-
mond is the former Miss Grace Niven
and is a niece of Mrs. Sexton.
Bradley Norton, an old Raeford
boy, is spendng a few days here
ths week. He has recently been
separated from the service after
spending quite some time in the
ETO, and will make his home in
Mr. and Mrs. James McDiarmid and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mc
Diarmid and children spent Wednes
day in Siler City visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williamson at
tended the wedding of Miss Hope
" j Weaver in Red Springs Saturday
Theatre Opens At 5:00 P. M. Daily
PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING DECEMBER 6, 1945
Mr nrwt Afr A A. CirahAm snent
jlj Monday in Fayetteville shopping.
& I Miss Katherine Walters of the Ba-
ker's Sanatorium in Lumberton spent
V the week end at home.
B Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Currie spent
C ; the week end in Hamlet with Mr.
B and Mrs. Ed Bethune.
Thursday-Friday Shows 5-7-9 P. M.
Alice Faye and Dana Andrews
SATURDAY From 2:00 P. M.
"Call of the Rockies"
"Boston Blackies Rendezvous"
Sunday Shows 3 and 9 P. M.
"Earl Carroll Vanities"
Dennis O'Keefe and Constance Moore
MONDAY - TUESDAY
"The Great John L."
Greg McLure and Linda Darnell
I "Medal for Benny"
$ Dorothy Lamour
! Mr. and Mrs. George Hooks and
f: daughter, Faye, of Fayetteville spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wal
(,.; j ters.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williamson are
building a new home out on the
Red Springs road near Jim's father.
Miss Peggy Bethune spent the past
week end in Spring Hope with
'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Upchurch, Jr..
are spending a couple of days in Cur
rituck duck hunting.
Eugene Teal is much better after
being very ill for the past week.
Mary Watson spent the week end
in Red Springs especially to attend
the wedding of Miss Hope Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fails of
Gastonia spent the week end with
Capt. and Mrs. Clyde Upchurch, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Falls are Mrs. Up
church'a parents and came especial
ly to see Clyde, who has just re
turned from the ETO.
H. Gwyn Clayton, Pastor
0:00 A. M. Sunday school.
Lesson topic: "The Christiana Place
in the Life of the Nations."
1 1 .DO A. M. Morning worship, ter
mon by pastor.
6:00 P. M. Young Peoples meet
ing. 7:00 P. M. Evening worship, ser
mon by pastor.
7:00 P. M. Monday Missionary
7:00 P. If. Tuesday Mid-week
W. L. Maness. Minister
9:45 A. M. Church School.
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship,
5:00 P. M. Youth Fellowship
7:00 P. M. Evening Worship It
3:30 P. M. Monday General meet
ing of the Woman's Society of Chris
7:00 P. M. Wednesday Choir re
J. D. Whisnant. Ministei
9:45 A. M. Sunday school.
11:00 A. M. Morning worship
6:00 P. M. Training Union.
7:00 P. M. Evening worship.
7:00 P. M. Wednesday Prayer
7:30 P M TWHav TW lltn
Lt. and Mrs. K.ennetn A. Mcis.et.nan Deacons meeting at pastorlum. This
leit Monoay ior naieign to spenu i,s a special call meeting.
couple oi days.
Mrs. Riley Willis left Sunday for
Durham to visit her father, who is
ill in Duke hospital.
All church services will be held In
the elementary school building be
ginning Sunday morning with Sun
day school.. The church building
and furnishings are to be moved
nrr-Ana rotrtrw in htiiltino' this inrinrf
R. A. Matheson, Sr., suffered Evervone will consider the school
meeting place for
a neari auacn iasi nmucsuoj building as our
Friends will be glad to know that tnis winter,
she has improved greatly I
Mrs. W. N. Currie of Laurinburg
is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Eli
Shankle for a couple of weeks.
Friends of Miss Mary Kirby will
be glad to know that she has return
ed to her duties here as farm securi
ty supervisor, after spending the
Thanksgiving holidays at her home in
Raleigh, and being confined there
on account of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McSween of
Rock Hill, S. C, were guests of Mrs.
L. B. Brandon for the past week end.
Spring Hill Baptist
J. D. Whisnant, pastor.
'0:00 A. M. Sunday school
11:00 A. M. (Morning worship,
each 1st and 3rd Sundays.
6:30 P. M. BTU.
7:00 P. M. Wednesday Prayer
rreeting before preaching Sundays.
McNAIR's PRE - CHRISTMAS
Sale Starts Thursday Dec. 6, through Dec. 24th
We have the largest stock of Dresses, Coats, Suits, Skirts, Blouses, and
Sweaters ever offered for this time of the year. Full range of sizes and
colors are offered. Now is the time to make your dollars do double duty.
One lot of Dresses, Women. Misses and
Junior Sizes Yz PRICE
One lot Coats, Womens, Misses and Junior
Sizes 25 OFF
One table of Sweaters, Womens and Misses.. Yz PRICE
One rack of Blouses Yz PRICE
One rack of Skirts, Womens and Misses 25 OFF
One lot of Dresses, Womens, Misses and
Juniors 25 OFF
All Fur Coats 25 OFF
One lot Womens and Junior Suits 25 OFF
One lot Childrens and Misses Snow-Suits
and Coats 25 OFF
One lot of Ladies and Junior Rain Coats 25 OFF
One lot of Suede and Cape Skin Jackets,
Junior and Misses 25 OFF
John F. McIIair, Inc.
Laurinburg, N. C.
w K Ho'Unrt. lnl'er
9:45 A. M Sunday school.
1 1 :00 A. M. Morning worship,
6:00 P. M. Young People's Ves
7:00 P. M. Evening worship.
8:00 P. M. Informal Christmas
Carol Sing for the Young People at
the home of Mrs. F. G. Leach.
3:00 & 3:30 P. M. Monday Circle
meetings, and also at 7:30 P. M.
7:00 P. M. WednesdayPrayer
7:45 P. M. Wednesday Senior
3:30 P. M. Thursday Young
People's choir practice (girls).
7:00 P. M. Thursday Young
People's choir practice (boys).
4:00 P. M. Friday Junior choir.
The basic answer to farm pros
perity is found in high domestic con
sumption and a healthy export mar
ket, says J. B. Hutson, Under Secre
tary of Agriculture.
Spraying the bed mattress with a
suitable DDT preparation li all that
is needed for the control of bed
bugs, although a more general treat
ment of infested rooms will eliminate
the bugs sooner.
The freezer locker plant at New
Bern is considering the freezing of
asparagus next year. It has been
suggested that 30 families plant one
half acre each.
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' That means a lot
0 "By reenlisting for 3 years. I
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bonus for each year I've been in
the Army. My dependents receive
family allowances for the full term
f my enlistment. And I'll be
eligible for CI Bill of Kighu bene
fits when I get out of the Army.
A "My food, clothes, qiiai'tiv.
medical and dental can' ;tre all
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my of 200 skills or traded in the
Z "All of us who are reenlisting
are going to have from 30 to
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ways. And we'll have 30 das' fut
loiigh every rar with pay.
6 "Any time after 20 years I
can retire at half pay increas
ing year by year to three-quarters
retirement pay after 30 years f
service. And the time I've already
served in active military or naval
service counts toward my retire
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JANUARY 31, 1946
AN IMPORTANT DATI
FOR MIN IN THI ARMT
MEN .now in Army who reonlist
before Ftbruary I will bo roon
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for 2 or 3 y.or periods.
(Ono-yoar enlistments for m)
now in fha Army with at loan
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FAY PER MONTH
In Addition I Food, Lodfing,
CIctlMt ind Medical Cart
r)P1ui 20 Increase for
Service Overseas, (b) Plus
.'"-" if Member of Flying
Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c)
Plus 5 Increase in Pay
for Each 3 Years of Service.
or First Sergeant SI J8.00
Technical Sergeant 114.00
Star! Sergeant . . 96.00 62.40
Sergrant .... 78.00 50.70
Corpoial .... 66.00 42.90
Private First Class . J4.00 35.10
Private .... 50.00 32.50
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HOURS NOW IN EFFECT
WEEKDAYS-Open from 2 P. M. Until 1 A. M.
SUNDAYS-Open from 5 P. M. Until 1 A. M
STEAKS FRIED CHICKEH SAHDVICHES
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