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nie Benton and family of Pire way Sunday afternoon were ? Mrs. EarUe Elderdice of Oly r" phle and the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Cribb of Whitevillc. Dean Chestnut of Pireway ■pent the week end with his grandmother, Mrs. Louise Chestnut. Miss Lotus Bell Klderdic·.' and Miss Marion Epderdice of Washington. D. C. spent the week er1 with friends and rel atives of Olyphic. Mrs. Gaston Tedder of Lake Waecamaw spent the week end with Mr- and Mrs. Made Long. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ned Watts and family of Naklna Sunday afternoon were their children Mr. and Mrs. Billy (•rice, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grice, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long and Mr. and Mrs. M derdge Smith and children of Pireway. Miss Margie Chestnut wis the Sunday afternoon guest of her aunt Mrs. Austin G. Long Visiting Albert L. Gore α patient in the eVterans Hos pital at Durham Saturday were Mrs. J. Lester Gore of Pire way and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gore of Tabor City. VOTE TOR AND SUPPORT You the citizens of Columbus County, Have been wonderful in your cooperation with and for us in helping us establish an around - the - clock Sheriff's Departmet. Without your help we would not have the record upon which we now run for re-election. Very humbly we want to say thanks for your co operation in the past and to ask you for your support in the coming election and following four years. A. L. (Ben) DUKE And DEPUTIES CHURCH DIRECTORY! TA BOH CITV BAPTIST: Ββ» James Η. Johnson, Pastor Bunrtay School 9:15 Α. Μ.: Morning Service 11:00 Α. Μ., Training l'nion 6->0 I'. Μ1.; Evening Service 7 :.'I0 P. Μ.: Church Ni^ht Wed 7:30 P. M.: W. M. U Circle« Thursday after 1st Sunday. General VV. M. U Monday alter 2nd Sunday. TABOH CITY PKKSBYTKB IAN: Rev. Hen'y L Reave». Sr Pantor; Church School 10:00 A M, Morning Worship 11 00 Α Μ. PYK SUNDAY C 00 Ρ Μ.. Men of The Church 2nd Tue·· lay SAINT P*CL METHOUm Rev Ρ Η I.ay field, pastor Sunday Schoc' S:ir> λ Μ. Morn ing Worship 11.00. MYF Sun day « Ρ M: Kvening Worship 1:00. W S C S Circles, First Tuesday evening: Geberai W S 2 S meeting Third Tuesday eve ning. GLENDA1.E BAPTIST: Rev Otto Edward«, Pastor; Sunday School 10:00 A. M.: Prayer Meet tag Sundays β:Su P. IL; Preach ing, Saturday oeiare Ird Sunde« 7:30 R. II.. 3rd Sunday moraine 11:00 A M.. Sunday niitt f:3P P. M. NT HRRMAN BAPTIST: Tfnr. Clyd«< Prinze Pastor; Sun day School 10 A M.; Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7-» p. M.; BTV Sunday β P. M. · Wu-fhlp Serv ice 4th Sunday l) A. M.; 2nd Sunday 7:30 P.M. ('II)AR CREEK BAPTIST: Rev. Γ. W riearre. PMkr; Sun day School 10:00 A. M.; Prayer Meotln* W-d 7 0J P. If ; Wor ■hl(> Service. Third Sundav 11 -00 A. M . Klrei Sunday 7:00 P. ML LICBAftON METHOD 18 1: Rev W V. Herbert. Pastor; Sun day School *0:00 A. M.. Preach ing, 1st Sun. 7 00 P. M., 3rd Sun day 7:00 P. id.; Μ. F. 7, Monday 7:Μ P. Μ.: W. S. Ο β. 1st Wed Night ■imSTMt BAPTIST: Rev R. L CUMBER, pastor: Hun day School at 10 Α. Μ; worship •ervlce Saturday night before fourth Sunday. 7:00 and Sunday nornlng 11:00; and second Sun day night at 7:00. Prav «erv - Ice each Wednesdav night nt I V). BTU Sunday .light 7:30 POKERT LAW Ν M188IOABT BAfTIel, rtev. Ovlon Hester Minister. Sunday School at Η A. M. Preaching 1st Sunday 11. ΐΛ) P. M. and «at) Sunday a< ':30 P. M. A. M„ 3rd Snudap Night at 1:01 MT. SINAI BAPTIST! Be' Barton tx>ng, pa«tor: Sunda] School 10:00 A. Preachini •ervlce 2nd Sunday 11:00 Α. Μ and 4th Suilday at 7 30 P. M. Prayer Service each Wednseda] LITTLE BETHEL! «·▼. L 1 Brown, Paator Preaching 2n and 4th Sunday. 11:00 A Μ NEW LIFE BAPTIST: Rt^. Ci'owel1 Powell, Pastor. Sun day School 10:u0 a m. Worabip Service second Sunday 6:30 ρ ui.; Fourth Sunday at 11:00 a m /INE LEVEL ΓΚΓ.Κ WIU BAPTIST: Rev. Billy Hardee Pastor: Sunday Cchcol 10:00 a. αα.: Worahlp Service 3rJ Sunday 11 00 a. m. j MT. ZION BAPTIST: Put· or. Hev. G. Clyde Prince: Sunday School 10:00 A. If. Ronert Granger Supt. Wor ship Se'—<ce 11 A. M. Sat. tief ore and in 1st Sun.: 3rd 3un. 7:00 P. M. Prayer Ser vice·. Sun. 7:30 P. IL NU'RDOVIA FREEWILL BA PTIST f'Hl'KI'H: Kev. Clar enoe «Jril»b. paet-jr: 3un«i.i·» Schoo· 10.00 A Μ : r.tjrshlp 11:00 a Μ iecon<? and fourth Sun dav'i Evening Service· 7:30 Ρ Μ. OLD ZION WESLEYAN ME THODIST I'Ht'BCH: Kev. Hal Γ Krov»n, Patior. Sunday School 1:45 λ Μ: Wesleyan Youth 7:00 ? M; Evening Service« 7:30; Prayer Service· 7 Ρ Μ on Sua» lay's and Wednesday'·. OBASST BAY BAPTIST CHU ACH; ff. Foster Harreleon pa-sior. Sund iy School 13 A Μ Worsnip Service· 11 A Μ 2nd «nd 4th Sunday'·, lit and SrA 3unday Night« at 7 30: Prayer Service· 7 Ρ Μ on Sunday'· and Wednesday'· C LARK Ν DOJf CHCttCH OF CHJUST: Bible Study 10:00 A. M.: Homing Worahlr 11 00 A. M.; Evening Woriehip 7:30 l\ Η ; Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 P. Μ RANI« PLAIN BAPTIST: Bmt O. -Clyde Prince. ptMtor; Sun day School 10:00 A. M.j Wor th t ρ Service. 3rd Sunday at U:00 A. H . let Sunday night •t 7 30 P. Μ JONES STICKET MISSION ARY BAPTIST CIIITRCHl Rev. L. L. Todd. Paetor; W. J ilardee. 8 8 Supt.. F. D. Uaek I nr. Β. T. U L>. reit or: W Μ Η;«·)··« and J. C. (Jx-kine, De a colli« Preaohing, 2nd and 4th Sun... 11:00 A Μ 2nd and 4th Sun 7:30 Ρ Μ υ'ί.% X7.Z Sun.la/ School 10:00 A Μ Prayer Service each Wednenday 8:00 P. H 2I.ABENDON ιΜΡΤΜΤ, iWv. Joe Stanley. Paetor. Sunday Schoo' 10:00 \ M.; Training Union 3:30 Ρ Μ; Prayer Meet· ng, Wednesday 7:30 P. Μ; Wor ship Service· l*t and 3rd Sun lay'· 1140 A V.. 2nd and 4th Sunday*· 7:30 Ρ 74; WMS Hon lay evening after igt Sunday. BETHEL METHODIST R Ρ Armstrong. Pa*tor. Sundnf ' School 10:00 A M. Morning Ser I vice Fl rat and Third Sunday! at 11:00 A M. Second an« fourth Sundaya at 7:30 Ρ Μ. ASHE ran WILL, BAPTISl CHI'BCH; Rev. ClUUM Crlbb pastor; Sunday Schoo1 10:0l> Κ Μ.; Worship Service* 2nd wd 1th Sunday'« * C0 A Μ ; trd,and 4th Sup lay P. M. Prayer Meeting. wldnMday'. r oo ρ iL βτ. r*Aires χΑτπα ca< THOL1C CBVBCH: Kev. Arth ur l. Duncaa, Paetor; Sunday. "im Μ 9:16 a. Ok; Confession at 6 30 a m.; Hol; -amy·: Uta at 8:15 a a. NEW LOT BAPTIST: Bev. · Clyde Prince parlor- Susdai School at 10:00 A. M.; Worthy Out ilce 2nd Sunday at 114· * 11. and 4th Sunday at 740 U Μ CHUBC'H OP GOD: Cor. Sixth and Lewis St. Rev Gordon Fowlc. Pastor, s S 10:00 am; Morning Woiehip»U; YPE Τ | | m; Evanerelietic Service· 7 -.30 ρ m; Bible Study and Prayer. Wed. 7:3» ρ m CBIBBTOWN PBEEWTLL BA PTIST: Pa·tor — Rav. Clareno· Crlbb, Sunday Qphooi 10:00 AJf. Worship Service 7:30 Ρ Μ. sack , Sunday. Prayer Service 7 JO ρ ] m Tburedeor. CAROLINA BAPTIST: Rev J C. Jone·. Paetor; S. S 10:0· a m: Morning Worship 11:00: Training Union 7:00 ρ m: Eve ning Worship 8:00 ο m; mid week prayer service 4:00 a m. Deacon· meet Friday before First Sunday. ■HANDEL HOLINESS CHCB CB, J. Ρ Jones Paetor; Sunday School 10 a m: »orsh'p asrvic« tnd and ¥+ S-.ndaye, TPS Sunday at β J· p. m: uiid wee> pra/er «errloe 7:4β ρ m. LAWNDALS BAPTIST) Re* E. D. Oaridn, Pastor; Sund*; School 104· Α. X.; Worshli Service, «rd Sua UM A. M. pibewat mawnx bap TIST CIVBCIt Rev. Clareoe· Crlbb. paetor; Sunday Schoo' 104· Α IL: eanUp U« A If Evening Serrtoae T JB Ρ Μ w Plrst end Third Sim tar*a IBON VOLL BAP W Sunday School 9:4· A Vi: Train ing Union. f:30 Ρ Μ.; WMU. lei Monday m each month. Wor ship Serriees. 114· A M. and 7 30 Ρ Μ: Officers' audi Teach ers' Meeting. Wedneeday. 741 ρ M. OBBBJT IBA BAPTIST! Bee. !Sr%oS^AlSLiIV ϊΤ 7:10 P. ML: Evening Worahli 1:0· P. M. ANTIOCM BAPTIST ι Sonde; School 1·4· A. SL; Preaching Sat before Bid Sunday 11:» A Μ 4tb Sunday 1140 A M. EMKBSON PBEEWIIX BAP TIST: Rer. A L Duncan. Past or. P-eaohing Sat before Μ Ä'Sr-^sas School IS 4· A. M. TnU Directory Sponsored by the Folio wing Tabor City FfaroMt Root'· Clot hin* Store W. P. Cm Conpoa Carroll Sale· Caapa· |A WINNER ON ALL fRONTS By C.WILHAMS 1 RALPH HOUR, born on a KANSAS FARM, TRADED PLOW FOR CATCHER'S MASK. AS A BIG LEAGUE MANA6ER HE WENT TO THE TOP IN JUST ONE YEAR. WHEN HIS* YANKS BEAT THE REDS IN THE WORLD SERIES LAST FALL. THIS STSAMHT-VILKINe,DOWN TO-EARTH 42-YEAR OLD WENT FROM PRIVATE TO MAJOR IN WORLD WAR I. WAS HEROIC AS A RANGER. WINNM6 THE SILVER STAR, 6RONZR STAR AND THE MRPU HEART. Vhoukhas now added T. ANOTHER DISTINCTION TO THOSE HEIL TAKE INTO 'ΛΤΜΕ NEW SEASON... J /'CIGAR MAN Of THE YEAR' » Hunters May Get Four Day Bonus This Fall Tarheel quail, rabit and wild turkey hunters will get a four day bonus for hunting this year if sportsmen throughout the state go along with a proposal by the Wildlife Commission to open the season 011 these spec i es November 17 instead of the traditional Thanksgiving Day opening that would fall on No vember 22. The proposed sea son would run through Febru ary 16. Last year's season end ed February 15. The reason given for the pro posed earlier opening date 's that hunters would get a chancc to harvest game earl ier in the season that would otherwise be lost through nat ural mortality. Game biologists in North Carolina and other states have made studies of game population trends, and have determined that an earl ier opening date would in crease the harvest of the spec ies involved without endang ering the carry-over breeding population. Other th:m the earlier open ing for quail. rabbits and wild turkey. the Wild life Commis sion is proposing only minor changes in hunting dates ' i > the nature· ot calendar adjust er»« η Is. Hag limits on all speci<.*.s · would remain unchanged. Th« Commission is proposing serveral changes in hunting re gulations on wildlife* inana^i' nu-nt (ilea··. An important one involves extending hunter's choice. teither se\>, di-er hunts ' to all western wildlife ma.i- j SfUMiient areas. This would in volve two part-day hunts on Santeetlah. Wayah, Sherwo I. Stony Fork of Pisgah. Harmon ' Π'·;!, Flat Top, Th'trmait Chat ham and South mountains vvhe re deer herds have reach ed or are approaching the car ryiiif- capacity of the respec tive ranges. Three part-days 01 lumler's choice deer hunts j would be scheduled on Fires j C.eek, Standing Indian. Bent Crtek of Pisgah, Rich Laurel ami Curtis Creek of Mt. Mitch ell where there are imminent del iciencies in the food supply. , Four part-days of hunter': choice hunts are being propos ed for Davidson Iiiver .'.nd North Mills of Pisgah. South To» of Mt. Mitchell. Daniel Hoonc ;md I'vvharrii· where tl ·· population imbalance i· run side red to be critical. A llir>-e day hunter's choice wilderness hunt is proposed for the Shcl ton-Laurel area to attract in: ι iters to an area thus far under-hunted . In response to requests from archers the Commission pro poses to schedule' tlil'ee days in WEAR DFNTURE5? Don't Get Sore «· LYONS ALL-DAY PENTUJE CUSHIONS Ml ieeffst'i diKMNy ML. Mm to·* ptnwi N» UPPERS Oft lOWCTl Oameron Drug Store HR. FARMER: MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR φ Baby Chicks fir Cockerels Tuesdays fir Fridays φ Chick Supplies-Sanitations φ Fermate - Parathion - DDT For Plant Beds φ Garden Seed And Field Seed Of All Kinds Preserve Your Strawberries With CAPTAN WANTED—YELLOW CORN E. W. FONVIELLE & SONS Tabor City, N. C. Vets: Queries And Answers Her«.· arc authoritative ansv- j ·*·>· by the Veterans Adminis- j iati«>n to questions from for- ! •nr scrvicemen and their fain- ι lies: J U—I am a veteran on thi !' *'A pension rolls. | Jiave been j iw.inl« <1 fiHid, clothing and 1 'niter ft.Mowing the re ■ i.l ' t«iin that damaged cmy home ■ •;i tl<e coast. Νο,ν. I he> ita*. · ο a« «·· lit fund lor the u ;;toi - ] ttioii of my house because they ΛοίοΊ r..ise my inetime abov-j | he I,m,t permissible to «lra*v ! ' ν p« iision. ·■ Any assistance in the I • 'ι·ΐι oi restoration ol hotis- I η". I·.Oil elothiliu, shell, ,·, ) ι · Ileal can·, etc., to victims of master is not consideri-d ;.s ! mcume for the purpose of <1, - 1 • sunning eligibihtv to VJJ ι« n jnp. ' May two .-r more periods ;f mat riage h« tween the : aim· iwo people be tacke«! togetlur 1; a· to satisfy t(,t marital u i|l.iniii«nt -lor live or moi. >«arv' when \\ji|i,w seeks ΛΊ' il.tr.» A No. Who»·, ,i woman and ' a V · teran u< r« married and '•■voiced and married to e., I "••ier again after which lie di "'«· «·-·'«· of their la--| niai riage is ciisi« Kreil in «I, «•"miiing whether the wicl«»w '· »he \ « teran comes withi.i "< Hquirein,.|,ls r.lating f. '"·"·'··.««· "for five or ywirs.* W My husband was killen '·' m i vie«· dm in·· World \v·. I.. II our son is «ln;ible |,.r U:"' "rph.n, Kiliieatioii ' «ι what aye eoul.l he οι ;<ιι'\ ·.· Λ I'h,· age period g,ncr;.|!v ' '» '««·« » lit and but the i ; ' ^e« ptio„s. Ί lie bei.ei;: : '"ov id.d lor childrin ' · ' '••II they have «ra.liii't ■ ,r·"» '"«»» sol I If „ « . .o\e ι he age of coinpuls-· V ν r'i"· ami ιι,Λ w\ f.11,1s It Wouhl he tht.ir ·■ \..ιιΐ.ικι· to begin school. ·.. ben,re reaching |«. S«.;iu ;!; :,I,C'P1";«I children inav be -II a spec,a I v«.cational or iv (;;r t;v.· course as early as ■ ll;,s'«· «I I 111 touch uiti< ■Ti ,s eligibility. VO ' '"a «»""Hins, and appli " " for enrollment. Lu' ,.,,, «'"«".κ inur>i PICK I <"ns""H»ti..„ pio., «;'|l could be Ii■<■· -'U-IH-r cent by'"ni«T i,S as ϊ?'«* "CS »ACE β TUE TABOK CITY ΤΚΤΒΓΝΚ WtD. MAY ». BUG LIGHT STOPS TOBACCO KORN WORM Mr. Farmers now that you have your tobacco out. What are you doing about the old tobacco worin? Are you going to let I lie worm get your tobacco before you get hiin? Yen won't if you have a bulls eye bug catcher. The bulls eye bug catcher will cut your insecticide 75% and has a money back guarantee. (i*t your bug catcher today at W. F. COX CO. Tabor City, N. C. Loris, S. C. How hard would a hailstorm hit you? a A hailstorm is one of those things you can't predict .. . or prevent. And it doesn't always happen to the "other fellow." Our hail insurance protects you from loss... and it costs so little you can hardly afford to be without it. Call us for details. Janie B. Bell Insurance Agency Tabor City, N. C. „ . ph"ne .4f^ « Janie B. Bell Eunice Smgletary Repmernmg the Hartford Fire lmwunce Company Group Lawn r Patio Group 3 Pieces Aluminum frame chaise lounge ami chairs, comfortably padded, covered in print vinyl. Fold for storage. 'Stack' Chair Basket Chair Rattan Chair Contour-curved lawn chair Comfortable peel cone rat- Fan - hark chair tn rattanl Btock« easily, *ave* «pace, tan un wrought Iron leg*. (Mel feature« woven design] PRINCE BROS. FURNITURE Tabor City, N. C.