Ih An Evening
THE BEST IN INDOOR
Yes, more and more men
and women, boys . and
girls are finding that bowr
ling provides healthful re
laxation and plenty of en
tertainment aft^r a hard
day’s work. _
Some folks visit our
smooth, well-lighted bow
ling alleys every night.
Others drop in frequent
ly for an evening of fun.
Come in tonight for a
game and you’ll return
tomorroyv for more.
RfarUng “the beginning of a new era in Naval weapons,” the United States Navy fired a captured Ger
man V-2 rocket from the flight deck of the 45,000 ton aircraft carrier USS Midway on September 6, 1947.
This was the first time in history such a bombardment rocket has been launched from ships or a moving
platform. The primary purpose of the experiment, held at sea several hundred miles off the East-Coast
of the United States, was to ascertain if large bombardment rockets could be fired off modern aircraft
carriers without modifications affecting flight operations. The rocket traveled six miles and exploded.
(OScial U. S. Navy Photograph)
ENTERTAINED BY NURSEg
Open Evenings from Five
Monday afternoon at the High-
smith Hospital Nurses Home the
Student Nurses honored Miss
Geraldine Maxwell, Miss North
Carolina Student Nurse, wiith a
lovely informal tea. In Miss Max
well’s party were Miss Virginia
Miles, councilor for the North
Carolina Nurses Association, and
Mr. Cdnnor of the . Hospital Sav
ings Association, who is serving
as Public Relations Director for
the four. -
with a lace cloth centered with a
bpwl of pink dahlias and burn
ing tapers. Mrs. W. T. Rainey,
wife of Dr. Rainey and Miss Hilda
Blount, Student Nurses chairman
of social activities poured coffee.
Dainty sandwiches and cookies
were served to the sixty guests.
Both Miss Maxwell and Miss
Miles were presented with cor
The Nurses Home was attrac
tively decorated with a profusion
of chrysanthemums in pastel
shades. The table was covered
Among the guests invited were
the^ students of the hiigh school
interested in nursing, to whom an
invitation was extended by the
President of the Student Nurses
Council, when Miss Maxwell ad
dressed the High School member
ship Monday morning. Represen
tative of other nursing units pres
ent were Mrs. Pegran^ of the Red
Cross, andjhe Chief Nurses of the
Veterans’ Hp^itpl^hd from Fort
Bragg. Mrs. Currie, wife of Dr.
Currie, of Paricton and OVLrs.
O’Briant, wife of Dr. O’Briant of
Raeford were the out of town
At the close of the tea Miss
Maxwell and her party left for
Wilmington 'where they will put
on the same type of program.
The success of any crop is surer
if a good variety be used, if it be
planted at the right time, and with
the right amount of seed per acre.
It Pays To Advertise
SELL THE REMAINDER OF YOUR CROP WHERE YOU ARE
SURE OF THE HIGH DOLLAR
You Can Load Your Tobacco, Biing It To The
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L S. McMillan and W. L. Poole
Sell It For Top Market Price
sold with us yesterday
Were Well Pfeased
And Return Home The Same Day
R.E. (ED) WILKINS