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Mrs. Hybert and Pebra, Ann
of Warsaw, Mrs...Jasper, .SHndecson
and baby, Magnolia; Mhw Caroyln
Whitman, Rose H1H; and Miss Dor.
is.Whitman ef Beverly Bilk, Calif.,
; were recent visitors of their aunt,
Mrs. Npra Jackson and other frii
ends i*,th{% Wcigt* j ,,
Mr..and,JJrs...Allen Berwick of
Mt. Olive jristtnd Mr.,and Mrs. Lg<
ther Wiltons* Spndey,, k ,
Mrs. parrie Scott spent Thursday
I Bifht wRh. the .Ctaud, , Powells in
Warsaw. ,
Mrs.^Marat,Ap4?5oo jgas a pat
1 lent aV.Upoir Memorial hospital a
few,days last week, where.she had
, eye surgery. ? ,,
Sunday, Ms .and Mrs. David Bar
de? ffpdi fwaUy-of Print* too, wese
I guests of the WiWam Wallers. >
, Scattris, at.howe joh
lowing several days stay at Parrott
? Menw#WPfc)!l*MPKWisWfl for me?i
leal treatment
' lU viiuTH'.s T?ft, Hfirtov^ CwH
Eornegay, Eugene Outlaw., p. A,
15*#, Qarrte Scott ao4 Saws Dad
of .the.Scott *. p C. Vishect with
tbe.Oak Ridge Club Friday after
t noon, at ,thp pa)t C^injrnnnipt
?jSk. and Mr*. i;iW, PowatLaftd
daMgbtar,nC W*fsa^5i?d suwwr
taitb Mrs. Qacrie SwU SatyrU^,
Marie returned home
;with them foUftwing a vi$ f#|> he^
grandmouier,^ , w , . 1
Mrs. Gerald Cenu?d Daley el
Rose, .fljil bad,, dbuwr wxrfttk. Mrs,
H*l?v, Waller Wednesday, i, * v
, Winnie Thuaw ofiQilftPe*H<Md
.Friday nigbt with, her grandiw
eots. Mc..and Mrs* Raland. Thisjnn.
,, Mrs. Edward C. Hudsan of Golds
bore visjted her parents, the .Elbert
carters Friday.. ..
Nathane Scott made a business
trip to Richmond last week.
ITT. ana Mrs. ixouen tXiHUlieiUH
?t 11 :
Communism
WscVwedc
At Mooting ;
wo?n sfton More Upme L*?>on
stsotion Club mem hen met Wed
nesday at the Community building.
Mrs. Carl Rivei\|>ark's devotional
reading was t?apd o? bsdepeadenre
Day. In her remarks she told the
group Communism -was some of the
; t,f ..t V' ?? * ? * 1 - ? W 01 w y f I
and children of Dublin were guests
of Mrs. . ffefcsi Walter Saturday
'"^Mr. and Mrs, Ronnie Carter and
fcab* oj Mt. Olive, Mr. apcf.MB*
EMridge Carter apd dauhger of
Calyjuo ween visitors in the Elbert
Carter home Sunday.
Sunday, Mc and M?. gdd Carter
vistted Mrs- TBHard Lane, a patient
at.,Wayue Memorial hospital ? |
The Rev. and Mre. H A. Orubbs
and family were guests of the H. J.
buttons, Sunday at dinner rellowmg
worship service at Long Ridge
"Church, ,
. (Intended Per Last Weoh>
Faye Waller attended a weiner
rpast with other members at the
A. P. C. of Snow Hill Church
at the CWfs t>| N^wse State Parle
Friday. .
?Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thigpen, Jr.
of High Paint were weak end
guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Thigpen Sr.
Visitng In the Henry Sutton
home Wednesday were Mrs. La
wrence McKanna and daughters
of New Bedford. Mass., Mr. and
Mrs. Larry McKeona and baby of
Tarawa Terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hagovf*
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hargroves and family of Albany,
Ga, aqd Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Har
goves and baby of Ontario, Can
ada left for their home Friday
following several days visit here
with their toother Mrs. Thelma
Hargroves ( ?
Sam Waiter attended a N. (??
Republican Executive Committee
meeting ,jn .Charlotte Saturday
others attending with him were
Dr.. R. A. Wilkins of Mt. Olive,
P. Q M*y ;of ffcjdtoy Vd At*.
Julian Gaskill, Goldsbofo. ,
Mr. and M^.Jarvie Outlaw agd
son and tyelson Darnells; of Char
lotte spent the fourth of July
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Outlaw,. y '
Eldridge Carter of Calypso and
Edd Carter went ta Hajmptoa, Vp.
last wekettf fur a visii,rwith the
Harvey Ftgford. Their wives *e
turned home with them after
spending a week with the Pig
ford family. ? u ? i
Nancy Scott of Southern, Pines
and Mrs. Helen Waller visited the
Gerald Cwrs at Rose Hill Mon
day. - ft>
.'Mrs. Claud Powell and Sony a
of Warsaw spent Wednesday
night with he* mother Mrs. 0?r
rie Scott." *-w ? ? ?
J?ill, 1
Owing.business session, a report
was heard frian, ,tke . nominating
committee Jpr officers. Mr*. Jonas
S^KISC mi***tayate ^
Mrs. n t gcatt was eleaUd ,pre
sident; Mrs. Eugene Outlaw, Vice
president; M/a. Cecil Kornegay,
secsetary. .and. M(8. {rvin Korne
gay. tieawrer. ??. i
Mrs. Helen Waller gave ten com
mandments on health.
Treasurers repast Was heard from
Mrs. Cecil Komegay. Mrs. Jonas
Datt led in recreation, Picnic wag
planed for August M, at flitiiMbess,
The annual flower show was hek)
at this meeting. A tiger lily ar.
range merit displayed by Mrs. Oar*
rie Scott wen firat place, and ari
raagement of marigolds presented
by Mrs. Helen Waller teak sownd,
Mrs. Jonas Dall came out third
palce with a container of yoHow dair
sies.
Mrs. Taft Herring presided at the
meeting. t mh -sir
Refreshments wfceaecved by tbo
hostess, Mrs. B. L.. Scott, and Mrs.
Cork Riveobark, assisted. by Mas.
Klvira-yHilL.Twai visitors attended,
Mrs. Claud Powell of Warsaw and
Mrs. William Wallfr v,?,
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All Brands Of Oil
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MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION .
Alt Deposits up Toil?,000 Insured by UL&f?ncy of the U. S. Government ,
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Reg'. 6.99
Reg. 7.99
Reg. 9.99
Reg. 1199
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Reg. 14.99
Reg. 17.79
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; Reg. 24.99
3.88
4.88
6.00
7.00
9.00
12.00
15.00
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One Lot
Ladies
%pmm
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Drastically Reduced
Entire Stock Children's Summer .
DRESSES
Ff?ll W
Reg. 2.99
Reg. 4.99
SSU49.:
tig.' 9.99
iale 1.97
Sale 3.27
Sale 4.97
Sale 6.97
.. <j)NE LOT
femldren^s
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Sffertswear
H cm
Reg. l.?
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Rei 799
lYvHa 4?//
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.Sale 67c
Cala Q7r
Sale 1.37
Sale 1.97
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Our Entire Stock
Men's
Summer Stilts
Blends of Dacron, Cotton, Wools and Rayon
Keg. jzy.yy
123.47
Reg. 37.99..............
Reg. 45.00
28.47
34.47
One Lot
Boy's Sport Shirts
Short Sleeve, Beautiful Prints, Sizes 6 to 20
Reg. 1.69
Reg. 1.99
Reg. 2.49
Reg. 2.99
1.27
1.67
1.87
2.27
Reg. 1.00
Reg. 1.99
Reg. 2.99
Reg. 3.99
Sale 87c
Sale 1.67
Sale 2.27,
Sale 2.97
Entire Stock
Boy's Bermuda Shorts
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
Boy's Summer
Suits
AND SPORT COATS
Reg. 6.99
Reg. 8.99
Reg. 10.99
Reg. 12.99
Reg. 16.99
Sale 4.77
Sale 6.77
Sale 7.77
ye 8.77
Sale 10.77
One Lot
Boy's Swim Trunks
Reg $1.79 and $1.99
$1.37 and $137
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