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America’s mercy fleet !
>..—-— rWre SHEET?. NORSE?, Jf THE BEST MEDICAL AID "* «i i AND COMPLETE SAFETY j MAKE THESE VESSEL? A OREAM j ! COMETRUE TO A TIRED VETERAN. iHUBB, - - Americas fleet of 43 HOSPITAL SHIRS COMPRISE A UNIQUE UNIT AS TO SERVICE AND OPERATION. TO A WOUNDED G.X.THET ARE UTILE SHORT OF HEAVEN \ With a capacity*of tzooo patients THESE VES5ELS ARE OF merchant-ship design, MANY” ARE EX-LUXURT LINERS. I THEIR SERVICE IS ANOTHER _ CONTRIBUTION OF THE /A/FOftMsnCfJCW/?nzrO£ AMERICAN MERCHANTMARINE . Am£RJCAM MtBCUAHTrtARiNtlKTrrm TO THE VAR EFFORT:.. State Guard News Notes Tuesday morning, July 10, the advance detail pulled out of the Armory for a special school at Fort Bragg. For the next three days Captain Kemp, 1st. Lt. Dunn, Platoon Sgts. Cox and Vaughan, Mess Sgt. Moody, Cooks Moseley and Casper and Truck Drivers Hobbs and Beam underwent spec ial training in order to instruct the main body of personnel which wouiu arrive un a.*. bvwAvrvru. On Friday afternoon the Com pany arrived in camp commanded by Lt. White-Hurst. They were ■welcomed by sunburned, but effi cient officers and non-coms. Within a short while the company was quartered and ready for in struction. An orientation class was conducted jointly by Fourth Ser vice Command and State Guard Brigade officers. Field service began on Saturday to continue throughout the follow ing week with a break on Sunday for Worship and rest. The drills and instruction will include close order, special operations, problems, guard duty and marksmanship. While the men are in camp they are bound by the same duties and responsibilities as are all men in National Service. Captain Kemp expresses his be lief that when his men return the recruits will have become inform ed soldiers able to serve well their Community and State. The Com pany will return to the home sta tion at the Roanoke Rapids Arm ory on Sunday afternoon. Sgt. Flannigan Visiting Friends First Sergeant B. W. Flannigan, guest of Miss Elizabeth Camp and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blythe of Gaston, arrived from Le Harve, France, July 5, aboard the SS "Calvin Coolidge.” He has served overseas for a year and saw act ion in Belgium, Holland, and Ger many, and was awarded the Pre Pearl Harbor medal, E. T. O., 3-Campaign star ribbon, and the Good Conduct Medal. He was at tached to the Mine Explosion out fit of the 9th Armored Division. Sgt Flannigan will report to Washington for further orders on July 24. .. . _ Those from this city who are spending vacations at Virginia Beach are Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Murphrey and daughter, Misses Margaret Singletary and Dorothy Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Trayn ham, and Frances Wilson. v LENTHERIC gives you a new daytime fragrance— "Confetti Bouquet” to sup plement the perfume for gay evenings. Both flacon and decanter presentations, as gay and irresponsible as die light headed, light-hearted fra grance they contain. Flacons. . . . from $1,10 Decanters . . .from $2.25 Plus Tax Griffin Drug Co. Phone R-382 STEP INTO OUR - ^ GARDEN! FANCY LARGE WASHINGTON STATE BING CHERRIES, lib....39c | HOMEGROWN GREEN BEANS, homegrown, 1 lb.15c FIRM RIPE HOMEGROWN SLICING TOMATOES, 2 lbs.17c LARGE CRISP CALIFORNIA 5s LETTUCE, 1 head.11c FANCY WHITE OR YELLOW ‘ ONIONS, 3lbs.....27c SWEET MELLOW CANTALOUPES, 2 lbs...15c LARGE FANCY GREEN PEPPERS, 1 lb....15c l FANCY HOMEGROWN BLACKEYE OR CROWDER PEAS, 2 lbs.35c j SMALL CRISP HOMEGROWN 5 CUCUMBERS, 2 lbs..15c Libby’s Assorted Strained < ! BABY FOODS Most Varieties W 4%-Oz. A- 1 8 1 Double-Fresh GOLD LABEL COFFEE 2? ' 24c I COLONIAL'S BEST PLAIN FLOUR C 59c PACKER’S LABEL. SPINACH PRESTON EXTRA STANDARD rnpy cream no. 2 VWiall STYLE Can SHORTENING SPRY - 24c - RED MILL VINEGAR ssl PLAIN FLOUR GOLD MEDAL * lO-Lb. Bag_63c 27c 34c BLUE LABEL KARO SYRUP 3ff WRIGHT’S TOMATO JUICE ~ 11' LIBBY’S MIXED VEGETABLES 19« RED MILL HOMOGENIZED PEANUT BUTTER * 24' LAUNDRY BLEACH FLEECY WHITE a 13' PALMOLIVE 1 Toilet Soap 1 2 Bath 1QC 1 Sizes § / fl French's MUSTARD 9-Oz. 1 Qc Jar | ,y| ^I NABISCO ^ 100^ Bran “5 17e SHORTENING Snowdrift ^ 24c SHREDDED WHEAT Nabisco 2 ?£'. 23c STOKELY’S TOMATO j Catsup 'b?' 17c FRUIT JARS I Pints ILC Quarts 7LC I Dozen Dozen f 4J I Jar Rubbers 6Pkgs 25c In Our Markets SLICED AMERICAN ^ CHEESE, lb....40c KAUKAUNA KLUB SMOKED CHEESE, 8-oz. pkge.29c RELISH CREAM SPREAD, lb... .45c ! OCEANVIEW SPOTS. ...... .. 27c FRESH CROAKERS, lb...27c MEDIUM SIZE PORGIES, H>...23c ———