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Southport Women's Club President
Emphasizes Organization's Worth SOUTH PORT, — The ad ministration of Mrs. James Μ. I llt.1 per, Jr. as president «·( the Not Iii Carolina Federation >f | I Women's Clubs will emphasize ι the cultural, spiritual and hist erieal heutage of the ori(uiii/.a tion . She uses this thr«i* line quot i.tiou to pinpoint her theme for (lie next two years: Of the past, mindful. To the piesent, faithful, Of the future, hopeful. What do hometown folks ) think of the new president? • She is a vital, dedicated lead vi," Mrs. Mary L. Du ff it·, pres ident of the Southport Wom an's Club, says with pride. Shu mints to Mrs. Harper's mother, the late Mrs. C. Ed Taylor, as <>ne of the most important in f'uences on her lite, especially her inter*.st in civi_· affair. For more than 50 years, Mrs. Tayl (ii was active in club work, serving about a third of that time as president of the South port Woman's Club. Mrs. Harper's talents appar n.tly are endless. She is an ixcellent seamstress and tail ur, maker of her own suits and ri»e»«e*. (Sft*· won the Federa tion district sewing contest this year). It is not unusua. tor her to be wearin;· a hat the designed and tnude. She is tu accomplished musician :erving as organist at Trinit> ; Methodist Church for the pa.--t It* years and was pianist be tore that. She's on the board ι ι stewards of her church and is also a member of the Board of College Visitors of the Me thodist Church. North Caro ■ lina Conference. She is ideall> 1 suited for the latter job sine she is a 1937 graduate ·>! Greensboro College and was May Queen in her senior year ι ne ol her most recent ap pointments was membership «ι the Governor's Ti-rceiiteiiuo Commission. Currently she > serving as chairman of tin i Brunswick County Librar> ! System and treasurer of thi County March of Dimes, a p«< I sition she has held for i' ! years. She is a former presi dent of the N. C. Fr« ss Women Even though she gives frec , !y of her time to activities v. hii'i require her to travel, she has never neglected her family. II« r husband is owne· ΐίΠΊ editor of the State Port Pilot. They'll celt brate the it £5tli wedding anniversary thi coming Thanksgiving Day. Tin H;.rpers have two sons. James M. Harper. Ill, an officer 5n ι the U. S. Navy, and Ed Taylor Harper, a freshman in high school. During World War II. j Mrs. Harper edited her hus- I i band's paper lor 2·/. years, giv ing further evidence of her versatility. She operates the ι irsuranee firm founded by her j j grandfather in 1888. I One close friend here gives | North Carolina clubwomen an | 1 insight into the calibre of their i leader for the next two y«-ais j "Margarel Harper knows how I t«· organize, delegate and t<> ' actually perform ne.essarv functions. She is progressive in thought, receptive to new ideas ! and determined ill pursuit oi J J assijuied goals. As a speak«·!·. I ί he is quite clearly in charge f the si Illation, having ex treme poise a ι kI confidence." Whiteville Pastor Leaves In July Whiteville Pastor 1-14 .... trill Dr. Hubert C. Foster, pastor of the WhiM ill«' First liapti.-t church, annouiieetl his resigna tion Sunday, .luije 3. Köster will leave at the end of Inly lo ( become pastor of the New Friendship Baptist church, i Winston-Salem. N. C. I Dr. Foster has been nastor ·>4' "ι» church «ince 1948, and during Iiis years a pastor church membership ha risen from 511 to HiM. Sunda School from 337 to 40». and iun !i lUOjM-rty h«>s increased η value from $20.0(10 to $200. 00. Dr. Kosti-r has participate«! ctively in nrmy cultural am ivie organi'ations in botl Viiitevilie and the country. "air Bluff P.O. Bids Sought Competitive bids f«>r an in proved building tu hott e th Fair Bluff post office are ho in sought by the U· S. Post uifiei Department. Postmaster CJen eral J. Edward Day announce recently. The bidder must designate » building which fills the De partment's needs and agree t< improve it or to provide a new 'juilding. according to ; pecifi nations under the postal «le partment's loans construction program. The bidder th» η mi»;, lease the buiitiing t«i 'he De partment for a basic five-vear period, with two two-year op tional renewals. The building will remain ii r Instructors Are Needed For Big Swim Tit«· Annual Hisj Swim pro· Kram needs more instructors Martin Schulken; water satet* luinnan of the Whi'ev.lle Ik· hands of I lie private owii r. V'*o will nav 1<>'··ι| isw«.· liidd'iie forms, lease provi ions, specifications, and olm I'fcriuation may he ohtaine' roni Max 11. Ί rout. I'ost Of 'ice IX'partuicnt. I*. O. Ilu 1986. Columbia. S. C. The real estate officer mu; vceive bids by June 16. Jivitan Club, requests thai • prospective instructors contac I him at his business pstahiisli I ment in Whiteville. The Bit* Swim is sponsored ι by the White.ille Civitiui «-Jut· and I he county chapter of Πι_· American Η cd Cross, düd is one if the largest swim mint! an1 water safity pro;·rams of it. kind in the United States Prospective instructois who have been contacted by lette.· have been asked ο ail by re turning the turin letter they re ceived with either a "yes" ·»: no" answer so an estimate run be made of the number that will help in the program. Schulken asks that partici :>ants fill out registration card which have been left in variou ocations throughout the cnun ty, so that the final details of I the Bii! Swim can be worked out. Look u|miii every day as thi while life, not merely as :» sc tion; and enjoy and improv. the prest fit without wisl.n. through ha.ste, to rui-h on ti another. —Jean Paul liichtei Τ* · (». «·»· lit has a ri^ht to Rtivcrn itself . I I 3»««ι ^•OUUMR' >MI 1 ELLIS' SHOE CENTER ■iailroad Plana, Whiteville, N. C. Cora Powell's, Inc . Lumber ton, N. C. House of Famous Brand Shoes Red Cross, Cobbies, Socialite, Joyce, Tweedies, and LADIES' FASHION HATS. 'Columbus County's Only Exclusive Ladies' Shoe Store" America's Most Talked About & Walked About Shoes Open An Approved Charge Account Today! tellable .. . Obedient . · · Beady hr the toughest jobs \ THE NEW 24" RANGER* FROM ROOF MOWERS i Built to outlast, outperform any 24" mower in its field. Before you bay see the Roof Ranger with Stress-Guard Construction. MO ΟΪΜΕ* MOWCK Off IRS AU 1HISC ADVANTAGES I • NmiM, Vh MP Eafi*· • lidattft Vwiakl* PiUI — He fift Hü· Mick hMi i M* cattiag cMaitiM I • fall IUI curia tM a EKtfliaaal wnwnMHi tatf kalaaca HOOF MFC. CO. Pontiac, llliiwi· W. F. COX CO. For You Price-Wise Buyers! WOOD & ALUMINUM Window Units Completely Assembled No Waiting Wholesale & Retail Check Our Prices Before You Buy! ! I Good Stock — Good Service! Stephens Builders Supply I Phone 279-1 Tabor City, N. C.| CHURCH DIRECTORY TAROB CITY BAPTIST: 8» Jain··« VI. Johnson, Hutot Bun-lay School 9:45 Α. Μ ; Morning Service 11:1)0 A. M., Training lit Ion 6-"«0 P. Μ»; Kvi>niiiK Service 7:.'!0 P. If.; Church Nlsjht Wed 7:TO P. M.; ■V. M. IT Circle« Thursday after 1st Sunday, General W. M. U Holiday alter 2nd Sunday. ΤΛΒΟΒ C1TV PBKSBYTKB IAN: Rev. Heiicy L. Keave». Sr. Paator; Church School 10:00 A M, M.jraln>r Worahip 11 00 A M, PYF SWJMDAY 6.00 Ρ Μ.. Men of The Church 2nd Tum· lay SAINT rtll. Μ KTHOKUT Kev Ρ Η Uavfleld. i-aelur. Bundav S<·hoc·' 9:4ίί \ M. Morn· 1°* Worship i:.00; MYF Sun dav β Ρ Μ; Evening Worehip 1:00. W S C S Circle«. Klnrt Tuend-iv evening: fieberal W S 2 S meeting Third Tueadtry eve ning nUCNDAI.K ΒΛ ΓΓΙ8Τ: Hr» Otto Edwvrd». P&etor: Sunday äcnool 10:00 Α. M.: Player Meet in* Sundaya β:tu P. M.; Preach .og. Saturday Ck i.-.re 3rd Sunda« 7 SO P. Ii.. 3rd Sunday moraine )· Vi Α Μ. Sunday rdfbt l:30 Ρ U »IT HERMAN BAmsTl ff«/. Clya« Priiwt, Paator; Sud· day 3chon' 10 Α Μ.; Pray·/ Mne ting W«d. V» P. ML: BT IT B-iiidnv β Ρ Μ · W^-flilo fterv lc· 4th Sunday U A. M; tad 8 indk ·' 7 :3l) PJL CfOAB CHEEK BAPTIST ι Rev. T. W riearpe. Kastor: Sun day Sch ool 10 0» Α. Μ : Prayaf Meeting W,d. 7 0J P. M.; Wor ■hip Service. Third Sunday 11 00 A. M.. Flmi Sunday 7 00 P. M. LEBANON METHOD I·*1 Her W K. Herberi, Paator; Sun Hay School '0:00 A. U.. Preach - In#, let Sun. ΤΛΟ P. M.. 3rd Sun day 7:00 P. id.; Μ. Γ 7„ Monday 7.0· P. Μ.; W. β. C. β. let Wed Nif tit B1VEBSIDE BAPTIST ι Rer. ft U. CUMBBB, paator; Sun lay School at 1· Α. Μ; worahip aervloe Saturday nicht before fo-irtb Sunday. 7:00 *nd Sunday j ornln* 11:00; and aeoond Sun day night at 7:00. Pra»-* w»· Ice each Wednesday niybt nt ΓΟΟ. Β TU Sunday ulght 7 JO rOBEST LAWN HI MIO AB V ΒΑΡΤΙ&Ί. Rev. Gaston Heater, Mtniater. Sunday Sctiool Μ 19 A. M. Preaching lat Sunday 11; f .30 P. M. and eaeo Sunday at 'JO P. M. A. M.. 3rd Snudap Night at β 0b «IT. SINAI BATTini Bo· Garlon l-ong, paator: Sunday Bobool 10:00 A. B.; Preaching •enice tad Sunday 11:00 Α. Μ tod 4tb Sunday at 7 J0 P. M.; Prayer Berrtoe each Wednaaday LITTLE BETHEL] Bey. L W Brown, Paator Preaching Sad •nd 4th Sunday. 11:00 AM ►. Ν KW LIFE BAPTIST: Β*. \ Croweli Powell, Pastor. Sun day School 10 00 a m. Woranip Service aerond Sunday Η :30 ρ «η ; Fourth Sunday at 11:00 -ι m LIVKl FRCP Will BAPTIST: Kev. BLMy Hardee Paetor· S«mdav r>hc~l 10 00 β m.; Worship Service 3z5 Sunday C «> a. m. KT. ZI OK BAPTIST; Past er. He». Q. Ciyöe Prince · Sunday School 10:00 Λ Μ. Ror*rt Granger Supt. r ihip 8#~<ee ;; K. M. Sat. before and n: Jet Sun.; 3rd 3un. 7:00 P. M. Prayer Ser· "Ice·. Sun. 7:30 P. IL «f AC'F.DONIA FHRKWILL BA PTIST rtiOHCH: Rev. Clar ence Oribb. pastor: Sumüi Schoo" 10 00 A Μ · -rsrahla tl :00 A Μ second and fourth Sun da v'a Evening Services 7:30 ° Μ OL» ZION WESLETAN MF TIIOIIIST CHUBCH: Bev. Hal Γ Prown. Pailor. Sunday School lift A Μ; Wesley an Tout* 7 00 Ρ Μ; Evening Services 7:30: Prayer Services 7 Ρ Μ 09 Sun· luv-·« and Wednesday's. ONAMST RA» BAPTIST CRD ACH: W Po»*er Harrelaoo naxror. Sund iy School 10 A Μ Woranip Service· 11 A Μ 2nd and 4th Sunday's. 1st and 3ro .'uidav Night* at 7*33: Prayer Service* 7 Ρ Μ on Sun α* νa and Wedneaday'a CLAUKOOX CHUBCH OF CHBIST: Bible Study 10:00 A. M.; Homing Worahlr 1100 A. H.; Fvenl.ig Wortabip 7:30 P. H.: Wednesday Bible Study 7 SO P. H. IANW PLAIN BAPTIST: Bey O. flyde Prince, pastor; Sun day School 10:00 Α. Η ; Wor ship Service. 3rd Sunday at U 00 A. M.. 1st Sunday night ·♦ 7 30 P. H. JO NFS ST BEET MISSION· ABY BAPTIST CHUHCBi Rev. L L Todd, Pastor; W. J Hardee. 8 8 Supt.. Ε D. Gask Im. Β. Τ. U Director: W Η Hardee and J. C. Gasklna, Dea cons Preaohing, 2nd nnd 4th Sun...11:00 A Μ 2nd nnd 4th Sun 7:30 Ρ Μ Vm'f χϊΖ Sunday School 10:00 A Η Prayer Service eaoh Wednesday 8 00 P. 1L JLABKNDON JAPTIHT. flev Joe Stanley. Pastor. Sunday Sehoo* 10:00 \ H.; Training Union 1:30 Ρ Μ; Prayer Meet· ng. Wed">iday 7 JO P. M: Wor ship <«··■ nee 1st and 3"d Sun law V ι* A V. 2nd and 4th iunda/· . 30 Ρ Μ: WM8 Hon lay evening after or* Sunday. wtnm MVTHomsT Β Ρ Armstrong, Pastor. Sundap School 10:00 A M. Morning Ser vice Plret and Third Sunday· at 11:00 A M. Second and Fourth Sunday· at 7:30 Ρ Μ. ASHK PR Κ Κ WILL. ΗΛΡΤΜ1 (MI'RCH. rtev. ci&ivnce Cribb pan tor. Sunday Pihoo* 10:0> \ Id.; Worship 3er vi et* 2u.' v..d Ith Sundav's If 0^ A Μ ird.and 4th Sur lav W -ilf Ρ Μ PrJyer Mrrtlnr. r on Ρ Μ ST. ΠΜΝΠϋ XAVIU CA» THOUC CHCKCH: Ke». Arth.· or Li. Duncan. ΡμΙλγ- Sunday Whjw at 9:45 a. m.; ConfCW.JJ W &30 Λ. m., Hoij uay«: Ma.* at 8 15 a ok WKW LIFI BAPTIST: Ke*. · Clyde Prince oaat-ir Sunde» School at t0:00 A M.: Worahlt Oei lie· 2nd Sunday at 11 00 A Μ and 4th Sunday at 7-30 Ϊ-. Μ CHI'RCH or GOD: Cor. Sixth and Lewis St. Rev Gordon | Fowle··. Pastor. S S 10:00 a m; Morning vVomhiptll; YPE 7 | 1 m; Evanirellctic Service* 7:M ρ m; Bible Study and Prayer. ' Afed. 7.30 ρ m rilBHTOWN FHRKWri L ΗΛ- ' PTI8T: Pastor — Rev. Clarence Crlbb, Sunday $chooi 10:00 AJf. ι Worship Service 7:30 Ρ IL each Sunday. Prayer Service 1:30 ι m Thursday. CAROLINA BAPTIST: Rev J j C. Jones. Pastor; S. 3 10:01 ' a m: Morninic Worship II :Ut) Training Union 7:00 ρ m; Eve ning Worship 8:00 t m: mid week prayer service ^00 a. m Deacons mee* Friday oeforr F«vt Sunday. IfANUIL HOl.INf.ft8 ΓΚΓΒ CK, J. Ρ Jonee Pastor; Sunday School tO a m: vorsh'p aervic* 2nd and 4tv 3 :niay's. YPH Sunday at <1:30 i> si: uiiö wwV prayer sex vie· 7 45 ρ tn LAWNI'ALI BAPTIST: R*" V. D. Oaskln, Pastor; Sundh) School 104· Α. V: Worshlf Service tod Sun. 11:00 A If. P1RKWAT PRMWIU RA? TT«T CHTRCH: Rev. Clären« Crtbb. pastor. Sunday Sc Loo l0:0u A Μ : worship 1100 A If Bvenlng Services 7.80 Ρ If οι First and Third Sunday's WOW IUI SA» 1ST Sundav School a U' Train In« Union. β:·Τ0 Ρ Μ. WMU. 1* Monday in each month. Wor ship Services. 11 00 A M. and IJ0 Ρ If: Officers' and Teach trs* Meeting, Wednesday, 7 ft1 Ρ U. OKKKW «RA BAPTIST: Rev Morgan Gllreath. Pastor: Sun day School JO 00 Α. Μ.; Β. T. C 1:30 P. M.: Evening Worsfali «:00 Ρ M. AKTIOCB BAPTIST: Sunda School 10 10 A. M.; Preaching Sat before 2nd Sunday 11 :M A M. 4th Sunday 11 00 A Μ CMKBSON FRKKWII.L BAP TIST: Rev. A L> Duncan, Past or. P-eachlng Sat before HI Sunday 740 P. M.. Sunday morning 11 Λβ A. M.; Mod 10 00 A. IL This Directory Sponiorad by the Following Tabor City Finn»* Kiaoy't Clothirg Star· W. F. Co· Compos Carroll Solo· Company Shell instructor Billy Reynolds offers 10 clues that may help you spot trouble before it starts • Ovrn 12,000 Shell deal | ers go to Shell training I centers every year. There, I they learn how to spot trouble quickly. I f i»r/» 1Π frnnKln o»r»_ nals that Billy Reynolds, one of Shells ehief instructors, always stresses. If you notice any of them in your car, tell your Shell dealer. His advice might head off a big repair bill later on. 1. Mushy brakes. When your car is stand ing still, push the brake pedal down with a fmn, steady pressure. If it feels soft and sinks to the lloor, you've got trouble that should be fixed right away. 2. Wandering wheels. If your front tires show more wear on one side of the tread than the other, your wheel alignment is probably at fault. Out-of-line wheels can increase tire wear up to 50 percent. 3. Jiggly front end. Shove down hard on either bumper with your foot. If the car bobs up and down for a long time before coming to a rest, ask your Shell dealer to check your shock absorbers. 4. Decrepit tail pipe. If your muffler or tail pipe is rusted through in spots, it's a g<K»d idea to replace it. 5. "Bloated" radiator hoses. Inspect all of the rubber hoses that interconnect your cooling system. If they're cracked or swol len, they can fail at any time and cause your engine to overheat. 6. Marred windshield. If your windshield is scarred or streaked, it's probably due to faulty windshield wipers. Have your Shell dealer check and replace them if necessary. 7. Strange noises. Listen for any odd noises from your car. They can be warn ings of trouble on the way. 8. Under-the-hood clues. You can learn a lot by looking at your engine. Watch for oil, fuel and water leaks. Also, loose wires and worn insulation. 9. Sluggish battery. If your engine turns over more slowly than usual when you start up, a weak battery is probably the trouble. But it could be something else. Better check it. 10. Oil-streaked sidewalls. Check the sides of your tires you seldom sec—the sides facing in. Look for signs of leaking fluid on the tire walls. Could be a leaking brake cylinder, or faulty oil seals on the rear wheels. Both can be serious. Any trained Shell dealer knows many trouble signals besides these. Take advan tage of his training. And one last tip: when you've got your car in top condition. keep it filled with today's Super Shell — for top performance all year long. Super Shell's 9 ingredients for top performance TCP*—for power, mileage and longer plug life. Pen lane mix— for fast warm-ups. Anti-knock mix— for resistance to knocks. Alkylate — to help control "high-speed" knock. Butane— for quick starts. Cat-cracked gasoline— foi power. Anti-icer— added in cold weather to help check carburetor icing stalls. Gum preventive—to help keep carburet ors clean inside. Platformate— for extra mileage. SHELL ι • Trademark for «twll·· u«Hi<·* ».«Hlft» «Mit». OmoIim· ranuinin« T«T Μ nxmd t» u. X. p»t«n« aft Μ» I a.