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Gni!?arJCemtff CrI Wins Dress Revue
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Peggy Caroion, Guilford County 4 II Club- girl, is shown here
wearing the orchid picolay dTss with which she won Ihe 1948 Dress
Itewe Contest fur North (aiolina. Peggy won first place among
' 5,00 club girls in 88 counties and will represent the State in the
national contest to he held at the 4 II ( lull Congress In Chicago in
December. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carnion of
GibKonville, Route 1.
Teen Talk
AP Sewsfeatures
WhSj's your troubl, gal? Bow
legged? ;Jtnockkneed? Pteeon-toed?
Skiimjtf, Fat? Just plain homely?
Don't--filve it another thought.
YotfTt'ite downright pretty,
tven -ttyil-'ra ugly. That para
doxicit .remark was made by one
of America's most famous model
agents .oh 1 Robert Powers.
; Mr powers was- talking about
that;.J?cir,Uin- something that some
girls, fcffae and other girls just
haveftTf He says it is an inner
glow Whioh- oft limes is more easily
spotted: in the not-so-pretty girl.
Beautiflil' girls pre likuly to take
their .beauty for granted .nd rest
on their-laurels. The homely gil l
knows sh should develop her per
sonality and interest in people to
succed socially.
Hf cited the instance of a re-
nnrtr who was sent to IntfwiM I
a woman billed by th circus
as "th- homeliest woman- in the
world."
The reporter interviewed the
woman, wrung from her a back
ground of hardship and, un
pleasantness which, had' left her
completely u.Uouehed. She hud
learned to rise above all misfor
tune which hid touched her. When
he had. finished with his interview,
ha decided it was impossible to
write about the homeliness of the
woman because she actually hjd
become beautiful in his eyes, ,
Mr. Powers of course makes his
living ps agent for pretty women.
Primarily, he needs girls who will
photograph well. All ot them
don't need radiant beautv to ap
pear before a camera. However,
Mr. Powers is noted for his ability
to select girls who possess both
beauty and that "inner glow."
There aren't too many girls pos
sessing this happy combination. 1
RUSSELL'S CREEK
Oct. 2!) The revival meeting '
held last week at Live Oak Grove j
hurch by Rev. It II. Walker of!
Aurora closed Kridav eve liiu:
while interest increased each day ,
Mrs. Clyde I,. Whitehurst and '
son Kenneth of (Jlom-ester vis. ted
relatives here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. I., nrinson and
Mrs. James Player, of 'Morehead
City, attended the revival services
here last week. , i
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fulcher and
Kimily, of New Jersey, socnt a few
days here last week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Morton.
Mr. Geo. Russell and son, Goo.
Miller motored to North River Sun- j
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Walker. Jr. ,
of Aurora, spent a while here Kri
day evening. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Powell and j
Miss Jessie Powell attended the
family re-union Sundav which was
held at Mrs. Joe Paramoic's of
near Vanceboro.
t
' Mr. and Mrs. Dorscy Rice of
Morchead City Attended services
at Live Oak Grove Church Friday
evening.
Miss Bernill Tallman spent the
weekend at Straits.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morton and
little Marsha Morton left Satur
day night with Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Fulcher for New Jersey where i
they're planning to spend two
weeks.
Mesdamcs L. D. Sprinkle. A. II.
Tallman, Sarah Whitehurst and
George R. Russell motored to
Gloucester Friday.
The members of Live Oak Grove
Church feel fortuiatc in getting
the Rev. I! II Walker for paslor
for the coming year, lie will
preach his first sermon of the
year on the 3rd Sunday morning in
November at eleven o'clock and
Sunday evening at seven o'clock.
Midget Cyclslron Under
Construction at Carnegie
PITTSBURGH (AP) Though
a midget anwiv! giants, Carnegie
Institute of Technology's new 1,-500-ton
synchro-cyclotron will pack
a punch equalling that of cyclo
trons weighing twice as much.
The new atom smasher now un
der construction will be in opera
tion by 1950, experts at Carnegie
Tech predict. The instrument will
produce 400 -million .volt particles.-
Tie increased magnetic field of
the pyjrtbrren results from improv
ed overall "hihgnet and pole tip
design. It will be used to produce
mesons, the tiny mysterious parti
cles found in cosmic rays.
Scientists are attempting to
learn more about these rays, be
lieved to be the life-force of the
universe.
J FRESH CAUGHT
DRESSED & DELIVERED
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Call on ua today if
you want informa
tion on fishing boat
for charter or an ot$i
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RESERVE
Blended Whiakejr 86 Proof! The straight whiskies la this prod
uct are S years or mere old.35 straight whiskey. 65 grain
aeutralapifilt, 10 ttraight whiskey 5 years old. 21 atraight:
whiskey 6 years old, 4 straight whiskey 7 year old.
j Schenley Distiller Corp, New York City'
know two models, neither oJ them
Powers' girls. Nor do they work
for the same agency. One is a
perfectly beautiful blonde who
always has had life handed to her
in i gold cup.
When she started her model
career she made instantaneous
monetary success . In a short time,
however, her selfishness was ap
parent to everyone she came in
contact with. Models disliked her
because she wasn't cooperative.
Photographers began to see her
tace i.s a perfect blank. Pretty
socn she slipped from a S300 a
week fashion and pho'osraphic
model to practically nothing.
Now she asks, why? She tries tc
explain it to herself by saying
people are used to her face, per
haps she shouold change the color
or style of her hair, the shape u.
her eyebrows or lips.
She might Uiki a tip from the
other girl I know. She is tall but
thin. At 23, her hair is graying
Her teeth protrude slightly. But
' , '" 1 1 : !- 1 - '
I Mom -Dad -Sis 1
1 and Bud all say 3 V
I bread!
J I because
I they like it J
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f I TAKE HOME BAMBY BREAD J
after a year in the modeling busi
ness she has it in the palm of her
hand.
She' started in a small way, was
willing to t; ke advice. When she
began to make a good deal ot
money, she didn't invest in a mink
coat or in jewelry. She found her
happiness i.i taking care ot others.
She has supplied her fam ly with
a few of the comforts they had
missed cleaning women and
launderesaes to help her mother,
a television set lor her father, a
house in the country for the whole
family.
Her simplicity desm'te the wor'.d
of adulation she now lives in,
leaves everyone amazed. Her own
wardrobe is scanty but she always
looks neat and well-groomed.
That i.-mer glow that Mr. Powers
describes shines from her pretty
blue eyes. It's something she
couldn't buy if she won Fort Knox
in a beauty contest.
Bees can distinguish between
different degrees of brightness of
a given color, but are blind to red. I
BERLIN - (AP) Berlin'
ghouls have no respect for royalty.
They have been plundering tho
graves of kaisers and princes and
stealing coffin covers for firewood.
This desecration centers chiefly
nt the old Garrison church near
the imperial castle in the Soviet
sector. The church was ruined
during the war. However, in its
vault are still some 200 coffins.
Tnieves who have broken them
cpen apparently were searching
for valuables. But the wooden
covers obviously were removed tor
fuel.
food stores) I I CT I y I
Equality!
.FOOD STORES
GUARANTEED MEATS
CENTER CUT
FORK CHOPS, lb.
81c
SIBLOm, T-BONE, ROUND BABY BEEF
STEAKS, lb . 77c
BABY BEEF
CHUCK ROAST, ft. Slcj
SlUKhUl Krispy
CHACKERS, Mb. flc 25c
Sunbritt
CLEANSER, 2 cans 15c
Granulated
PERK SOAP, 22-6K pk?. 36c
l?OB3RY, 3 reg. cakes 28c
l Cold Seal
GLASS WAX, pint can 59c
Mueilers Thin
SPAGHETTI, 8-oz. pkg 13c
PORK ROAST V 55c
END LB.
TOMATO JUICE F29c
REDGATB CREAM STYLE
Golden Corn, 2 IJo. 2 cans ...35c
MRS. FILBERT'S EASY-MIX
Margarine, 1-lb. pkg. 42c
EASY TO USE CRISCO
Shortening, 1-lb. jar $1.21
IDEAL FOR SANDWICHES
Armours Treet 12-oz. can 51c
SERVE WITH PORK C S
AFFLE SAUCE, 2 No. 2 cans 27c
HANOVER RED ;
KKKEY BEANS, 2 No. 333 cans 21c
COLO
tADEL
coffk frnrrpp I
lurrcci
M9 -
1-U Pkg.
GABDEN TBESn PRODUCE
FANCY CALIFORNIA ' ,
Tohay Grapes 2. lbs 25c
OREGON STATE ,
Cose Pears, 2 lb. . . .. . ...... 27c
FANCY COOKING
Ucrh Tipples, 3rlbs. 25c
lL S. NO. 1 WHITE T .'.
18c
Flako
HE CITJST, p!:r. .
ToiletSMp "
SWEETHEART, reg. cake .. 10c
Laundry
P & G SOAP, cakfr 9c
Jiffy ' ,
n:CC2T IOX; 43 pkg. 43c
Giant
CSEEIf PEAS, Ho. 337 can . 21c
Chocolate Covered
CCiniIES.l-lIi.box 79c
BRINGS THESE
BIG VALUES
ANN PAGE WITH PORK St TOMATO SAUCE
MBBY'S CORNED
BEEF HASH
l(i-oz.
Can
37c
LIBBY'S VIENNA
SAUSAGE
Size
Can
19c
LIBBY'S
POTTED
MEAT
V4 Size
Can
10c
LIBBY'S LUNCH
TONGUE
V4 Size
Can
27c
LIBBY'S POTTED
MEAT
Size
Can
16c
Beans s 10c
PACKER'S LABEL ORANGE
Juice - 25c
WASHBURN'S
Pea Beans . . ffi 29c
PACKER'S LABEL
Tomatoes
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
Fruits & .Veuiabics
Grapes, 2 Ik 23c
ORANGES (200-216 size) 2 dcz. 33c
m.L0W ONIONS. 2 lbs 9c
GRAPEFRUIT (46-54) 5 far 29c
Cabbage, lb 4c
IDAHO RUSSET
POTATOES. 10 lbs. 59c
CHESTNUTS, lb. 33fr
CRANBERRIES, lb 23c
. - Cans 29c
Soup 2s'21c
IONA YELLOW CLING
Peaches . . . ."as4 29c
A & P FANCY TINY
Peas ! 27c
SUNNYF1ELD SELF RISING
Flour s 78c
A & P S OWN VEGETABLE SHORTENING
dexo , ... 3 a $1.13
White Houie '-W ... TN. " '
Evaporated ... fir . j, - i
MILK . c7
3 g; 40c "fc
ate
DELICIOUS
Apples, 2 lbs.
PALMOL1VE
SOAP
Reg.
Bar
21c
1 WJ"r&
t I I i .I -1 ' lain I II am
CASHMERE BOUQUET
SOAP
Ban
23c
Lge.
Pkg.
VEL
32c
BLU-WHITE
FLAKES
SWEET HEART
SOAP
2 21c
LUX TOILET
SOAP
2 "a 21c
Pkg.
10c
LIFEBUOY
SOAP
2 ' Heg.
Ban
21c
LUX TOILET
SOAP
Bath
Ban
OCTAGAN ' .'
SOAP CLEANSER
2 18c u Q
MEATS ;
SUrtKKlGMT
Morrel Prid
HAKS, lb. .... 63c
Morrel Pride Smoked
PICNICS, lb. 55 a
Native Dressed
IIEIiSJ 58c
Dressed, and Drawn
FRYERS, Ik 65c
Fresh Ez&tv
SKn-iIirC ft dQf
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