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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, May 09, 1962, Image 12

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NORFOLK. Va. — William
Λ. Blanton, radioman third
class, USN. son of Mr. an I
Mrs. Mack D. Blanton of Loris.
is serving aboard the guide!
missile heavy cruiser USS
Brston observed by President
John F. Kennedy during «j
*wo-day visit on April 13 anH
Η to the Atlantic Fleet in
Nortolk. Va.
Murth Carolin» runks filth
among the states in exports of
tarin products. In 1960, the
state exported about 20 per
:c"< its furm products.
1
FOR ALL OF YOUR
• AUTO
• TRUCK
and
• TRACTOR
PARTS
SEE YOUR
NAPA Dealer
At
TABOR CITY AUTO PARTS
Railroad Street Tabor City
SEND A GOOD MAN TO
THE LEGISLATURE
BOBBY SESSIONS
A Family Man
Five sound reasons why Bobby Sessions will serve
'.he people of Columbus county faithfully and construc
tively in the House of Representatives.
HONEST
CAPABLE
DEPENDABLE
Support The Man Who Stande For
Responsive Government—
BETTER SCHOOLS
BETTER ROADS
BALANCED ECONOMY
PaW Pnl. Adv.
Bethel News
t»M>icD iur imw wrri paper)
av—MRS. LLOYD HI Ν SO Ν
The home of Mrs. Lloyd
ll'iiMiii was the scene of a
l«»vcl> Bridal Shower Satur
day evening honoring Miss Lo
retta Mellon, of Asheboro.
bride elect of June 3 to Jack
Anderson.
Upon arrival the hum tree |
wat· presenie<l a corsage oil
white carnation centered with
a miniature bride and groom.!
Mr:·, llinsoii greeted guests and
i'.trotiii ed them to Miss Me!- j j
Ion. j
Hostesses for the occasion
vvt re—Mcsdames Rhone And
ϋΠ'οη of Whiteville, Lay ton
Ross and John D. Jordan of j
R'.irlington, Dorctha Cox and 1
I l.liiyd Hinson. '
The living room was graced
1 with ivy and pink ami white
flowers. Mrs Rhone Anderson
I of Whiteville dir·-cted games
land Mrs. Winston Jackson,
Mrs. Ressie Hinson and L->u
Jackson were winners. They
presented the prizes to the
honoree.
Alter the many nice and
•jseicl gifts were opened. Mr.·.
H'nron invited guests to the
j dining area. The refreshment
table was overlaid with a lace
cloth and the center piece was
an arrangement of white rose*
and fern. At one end of the
iablc Mrs. Rhone Anderson
served lime ice punch from a
crystal punch bowl. Ivey was
•ntwined at the base. Mrs. Do
setna Cox assisted in serving (
' eliet.se straws, nuts and cook
ies.
I
Fifteen guests were present.
The local Μ. Y. F. presented
he program entitled Christian
u'amily Worshiping Together it
he morning worship hour
Sunday, David Ward was lead
er end Gayle Long and Linda
Duncan took part.
The Bethel Home Dcmon
ι ration Club met recently at
·>«· home of Mrs. Carrie Ja
•obs. Mrs. Jacobs gave the do
«»••on and Mrs. Essie Powell
3 ft sided. Mrs. Carrie Gore
'■'vc the demonstration on
'««en Foods.
Ri freshments were served t··.
ι» seven members and two
fuols—Mrs. Glenn Tercll of
Durham and Miss Peaiic Gore
>! Mollie.
Farm
News
MEALS FROM FROZEN
FOODS
Do you get your daily supply
vitamins Λ and C? The
'oods and nu'iit'on leaders in
Montgomery County have been
dressing the importance of
.vtting these vitamins plus
.vays to use frozen foods.
Mrs. Martha Harris, homi
tonomics agent, says the lead
ns discussed the characterist
ic of good meals and correct
rcthods of cooking vegetables,
fruits, meats and frozen cooked
['jods .
I ARM AND HOME RECORDS
As a result of a recent dem
ionstiatinn in Jones County on
] · Farm and Home Records," a
; tj*:u 1 50 homemakers are now
keeping family living expense
records .
According to Mrs. Fay tie
Gray, home economics agent,
thi- homemakers liave ordered
family living account books so.
they can keep permanent re
cordt.
EIOME LAUNDRY NEEDS
"Selection of a Washing Ma
chiiie to Fit Your Needs" has
bc< n the topic for discussion
in Home Demonstration Club
meetings in Clay County.
Mrs. Justine Rozier, home
economics agent, says points
discussed included the water
rupply: location in the home;
cost of available machines;
machine features and laundry
habits.
CARE OF FURNITURE
"Wasted motion, poor tools
and improper cleaning supplies
were recently discussed at 4
H club meetings." reports Miss
Evsngelena Linney, assistant
iiomo economics as;ent in Un
it.η County .
"The girls learned proper
ways to clean and wax furni
ture. how to make and treat
d'ist mitts and to use different
types of waxes," she added.
RKUPIIOLKTERING
FURNITURE
Why tear down a chair?
IH« mo Demonstration Club
, r "nibers in Vance County
j founo out this was necessary
I before they could reupholstcr
) th" chair.
I Miss Phyllis Corbctt. home
II mi.omics agent, says the in
j dustrious homemakers who at
[ tended the workshop will helo
ie'ich reupholstering in their
I Ic«.! communities.
t
Μ Κ WIN α MACHINES
ATTACHMENTS
Do you use your sewing mi·
•rltinc attachments or do they
just remain in the box? Home
Demonstration Club member j
in Guilford County have beten
learning to use their attach
ment*.
Miss Betsy Hetterton, assist
ant home economics agent.
: ay» the women learned to use
the ruffler, tucker, binder and
other attachments.
\ Reminder About
Child Labor Law
The Federal Wage and Heur
T«nw prohibits employment of
children under 16 years of age
on farms during school hours.
This reminder came today
irom State Labor Commission
er Frank Crane. It was direkt
es particularly to farmers «i.wl
commercial growers who are
hiring workers for spring
I 'anting and harvesting, and
to all persons interested in
keeping the youngsters in
school until the end of the
s|-:ing term.
Commissioner Crane süi't
t'.-at under the Federal Wujrc
and Hour Law (Fair Lab.>r
Oiiy age may do farm work be
fore or after school hours, on
weekend, and on holidays.
Crane also stated that farm
children working exclusively
•o* their parents or guardians
are exempt from the Federal
requirements.
"This child labor restriction
applies both to l«>cal children
and to migrants." Comiuissi>>n
cr Crane added. "The only ex
ception to this rale is that mi
grant children under lß may 1
be employed on fa:ms in th<.
I
splint· if the school they last
c tended is closed to·* the suin
-nrr. even though schools may
sti" be open in the area where
th;*> have moved to work."
Ftrmers and commercial j
fiowtrs may best protect
themselves «gainst uninten
tional violation of the Fed.-ra.
law by requiring from « u-li
young person employed an ai;e !
certificate showing 'hat he i* 1
r.t kast 16, Crane aaid. The.««·
certificates, which serve a.«
im-οΓ of age und -r the iaw, |
ir.a> be obtained from County 1
-upci intciidents uf Public Wc'
r»ie.
Additional information a
Ik lit the Federal ι hild inber
'-«v; may be obtaineu from the
Wage-Hour office ir til· Ν C.
Department of Lab"- at Ra
leigh .
The Fcaeral statine is ad
ministered in North Carolina
»>■ the State Department of
L.ub<>r, under a cooperativ* a
■.ntment between the State
»r.d the Wage and Hour D'U
oii of the U. S. Department
»f Labor.
I WIUU Λ. ltoJSNZIK
NORFOLK. V«. — Willi* Α.
McKenzie, seaman, USN, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McKen
rie of Route I. Loris, S. C,.
is ierving aboard the destroyer
USS Rooks, ofc-erved by Pree
j ident John F. Kennedy during
a two-day visit on April IS
c.id 14 to the Atlantio Fleet in
Noifolk, Va.
Consolidation of all of the
! -ountriee of Western Europe
.could mean a common market
• <-f 270 million persons.
Johnson's
RAUM
SEA-HORtl
MOTORS
DICKS
FIRESTONE
Ta'oor City ■
FO?. 'ST. |i
NESMITH INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone 319-1 Tabor Ciy, N. C
COLUMBUS COUNTY'S
REGISTRATION
BOOKS WILL BE
OPEN SATURDAY
) Ki^-γ V V ^
APRIL 28, MAY 5, MAY 12
REGISTRARS WILL BE AT THEIR STATIONS IN EVERY PRECINCT ON
THE ABOVE DATES AND AT THEIR HOMES ON WEEK DAYS DURING
THIS TIME.
NEW VOTERS MUST REGISTER
ON ONE OF THE ABOVE E>ATE$ TO BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN THE PRI
MARY, SATURDAY, MAY Ü, 1962.
Saturday, May 19th Is Challenge Day
Persons now registered will be allowed to vote in the May Primary of his or her
party as shown by the affiliation on the Registration books.
BOCUE
BOLTON
BUG HILL NO. 1
BUG HILL NO. 2
BUG HILL NO. 3
CERRO GORDO
CHADBOURN
CHERRY GROVE
NORTH LEES
EAST LEES
WEST LEES
SOUTH LEES
£ Α /μ fl'
GRAHAM F. BATTEN
Ν. H. REAVES
JOE STANLEY
4 fg®
A. H. HAMMOND
tY*~> Si C fl.'M A.
MRS. ESSIE P. CARTER
JOE HAYES
ROSCOE ENZOR
MRS. J. L. HARRELSON
ALLIE SIMMONS
LUTHER McKEITHAN
MRS. FRANCES HAYES
RANSON
TATUM
WELCHES CREEK
WESTERN PRONG
NORTH WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS NO. 2
SO. WILLIAMS
WACCAMAW
L A. WARTMAN
JACK BRITT
STEVEN TEDDER
W. A. BALDWIN
PAUL STEPHENS
E. W. STANLEY
MRS. ANNABELLE ANGLE
J. L. STANLEY
WHITEVILLE NO. 1 MRS. EDNA RIPPLE
WHITEVILLE NO. 2 ROBERT B. HEATH
WHITEVILLE NO. 3 HARRY LEE SIMMONS
SOUTH WHITEVILLE E. L. WHITE, JR.
I W. Norman Peal, Chairman Columbus Csunt Board Of Elections

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