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HORACE .MILI.S GETS TROPHY — Horace Mills of
Tabor City receives a Winged Golden Trophy for winning tlie Teenage Roadc» sponsored by the Tabor City Ja.vcees. Mills received his trophy Sunday. June 10 at the Annual N. C. Ja.vcees Teenage Koadeo held at Jacksonville, N. C. Making the presentation is R. P. Harvey Cat left» of Wilming ton, ni<-lulicr of the ISoard of the X. C. Motor Carriers Association. Tourney (Continued From Pasc 1) Winning thi· first flight was Richard Dameron v.ho defeut ed Hoger Earp of Tabor City two up «Ία·. Hi hard, of Tabor - City. Ed Wright, also of Tabor City, and Roger Ε irt> defeated Joe Coleman. > f Tabor City. ^ to reach the first ι light finals. 1/ittle Russel Wi ight. who ; probably weights no more than :()t> pounds soaking wet. took £ tlu second flight by easing "lit . the Rev. P. H. Lavfield. bi.th of Tabor City, by a margin ol f. six up five. In the semi-finals, Wright be.i! out 11. (Ί. Damer ·« on. of Tabor City, - ix up five. t· ami the Rev. Lavfield won over J. B. Prince, of Tabor City, live up four . λ!ikt■ Dorman. of Tabor City, | tamed the ιi·· play in the I fiiu.ls o! the third flight by 'reflating Royce Gore, of Tab or City, seven up six. His op 11 nent was AI Whitehead of ΐ Tabor City who eased out Horace Carter, of Tabor City one up on the 24th hole. Mike Dornriii won the championship four up three to take the third flight. It was nice to see so many club members taking part in the tournament, and we will i be looking forward to the next. If anyone has any golf news, t x.ict good scores, or hole-in oncs. please call the Loris [Sentinel or the Tabor City Tri ' bune. I am not responsible for any debts made by anyone other than myself. Charges made to me that do not have my signa ture on the charge slip w ill not be paid. — regardless. TALLY EDDINGS, Tabor City. ι —MIHI im II JJBiE· I—— — 18 Homemokers To Attend Raleigh Meeting Eighteen homemakers from Columbus County will attend "Homemakers Week" at North i Carolina State College in Ra I leigh, June 19-22. Mrs. Elaine N. Blake, home economics agent, says the state council meeting will be held on Tuesday followed by the first general program on Tues day evening. There will be a talent show by Home Demon I strut ion Club women and η special folk music program by Al Wright from Chapel Hill. "The annual meeting of Home Demonstration Clubs will convene on Wednesday morning," reports Mrs. Blake. I "During the luncheon the wo men will watch Ά Revue of Fashions in Fabric'she says. On Wednesday afternoon jthere will be tours to areas of I interest in Raleigh and on the j State College campus. This will ) bt followed by a reception at ; the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. j Brooks James Wednesday eve I ning. j Thursday evening there will be a special program oil "Di mensions for Living." Memb er of the panel will include Dr. A. Purnell Bailey, Rich mond, Va.; Dr. Irene McFar I land, Wilson; Dr. Edward V. , Pope, specialist in child deve lopment and human relations, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Har j net Pressly, WPTF, Raleigh; and Mrs. Betty Feezor, WBTV. Charlotte. Mrs. Blake says all these special programs will be i.i addition to many classes that will be conducted Thursday and Friday. If there are others interested in going to "Home makers Week." please call the home economics agents office. Miss Yvonne Bennett will spend the entire week. Mrs. Tom Johnson will sing a spec ial talent number on Tuesday night. Mrs. Walter Shaw of Evergreen will be honored on Wednesday for having won th«; A & Ρ Leadership Award. Mrs. Daisy Hewett of Home makers Club will model a hat representing home beautifica tion at a mad hatters' parade. Mrs. Stella Gilliam of New Hope will model a dress at a luncheon on Wednesday. Those planning to attend this luncheon are Mrs. Gordon Walters. Mrs. Kay White. Mrs. Joanne Hinson, Mrs. Stella Gil liam, Mrs. Walter Shaw and Mrs. Tom «Johnson. CAROLINA'S FINEST "GOLDEN WEED"? — A.L . Mills, Tabor Cly. N. C.. his daughter. Drurilla, and E. D. Lewis. Supervisor, Mullins. South Carolina Tobarro Market, inspect Mr. >1 ills' excellent 1962 tobarro crop. Early Tabor City Crop May Be "Carolina's Finest Tobacco" Mr. A. L. Mills may ha\c "Carolina's Finest Tobacco Crop" according to E. D. Lewis. Supervisor Sales Mullins, S. C.. Tobacco Market. Mr. Mills lives 2 miles from Tabor City. North Carolina, and is widely recognized for his production of excellent tobacco crop. Mr. Mills 1962 crop is "Mc NOTICE OF PRESENTATION OF BUDGET ESTIMATE As requested by Law, notice is hereby given that the Bud get Estimate for Columbus Co mity for the fiscal year 1962 63, as prepared by the County Accountant, has been present ed to the undersigned and a copy of the same is on file for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk to the Board of Columbus County Commissioners, Columbus Co unty Courthouse. This the 11th day of June, 1962. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF COLUMBUS County Mrs. Bazzalee T. Sanderford Clerk of the Board 6-11-1 Nair 95" variety. Further ad vanced than other local farm ers, Mr. Mills stated that he expected to equal his last year's yield of 270(1 pounds per acre. Twenty two hundred (2200) pounds of fertilizer was used per acre. "Slight hail damage slowed us down at first, but with the recent rains we are on the way t«· one of our finest crops in years," Mr. Mills stated. Fowler Infant Dies Juliet Lynn Fowler, seven day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ν. M. Fowler, died Tues day morning June 5. Grave side services were conducted June 7 at the Forest I.awn Cemetery . Survivors are: one sister, Callie Faye Fowler of the home: two brothers. Thomas Jerome and Marvin Gale Fow ler, both of the home; the mat ernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ward of Rt. 3, Whiteville. KATI1RVN HAKRELSON Mi*» Kathryn Ilarrelson. dau fhtrr of Mr. and Mm. Lr»is liarrrkiD of Tabor CUy. re· eently iradualrd from Camp Bell College with an Associate lu Arts decree. She has ac cepted a position with the State Board of Public Welfare in RalrUh. Mis* Hirrrlson will bee In her work June 15. t Kelly Prince, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kit on Prince, is home from Community Hospital aft ' ei automobile injuries receive J ' en the highway in front of his home. Kelly was badly bruised tut his cotulitioii is report«xl as .'ine. WANTED: Party able to Ukr up $2300 monthly payments on Hmnmond Organ. Owner Leint: transferred. Write Box 407 "· Tribune. 6-13-20-27 7-4-11 - 1Κ-*.χ FOR YOUR FATHER'S DAY GIFT ★Watches ★ Lighters ★Tie Clasps ★Cuff Links ★ Rings Λ Good Selection Of Hallmark Cards DAVIS JEWELERS Diamond Center When You Buy From Davis Jewelers It's Just A Little Bit Better. I Dad's Day At Carolina Dept. Store Tabor Cityr N. C. COMFORTABLE AND SPORTY MEN'S Canvass Casuals 2.49 To 3.95 He Will Appreciate A Pair Of These! FOR MOM — 900 YARDS OF FINE UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL Values Up To $7.95 NOW $1.39 per yard Made In Burlington, N. C. Nothing But The Best — Beautiful Designs q Men's SHORTS AND T-SHIRTS Hanes & Fruit Of The Loom 49c up Boys' & Men's Sizes MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Sanforized, Vat-Dyed, Fast Color Only $1.00 Carolina DEPT. STORE Tabor City, N. C. 0^ Mm. _ Ι! (D uü Gins j Wide Selection Of Usable/ Practical Gifts For Dad On His Day j — Sunday, June 17 — Pick His Gift At RUEY'S! 1 Dress and Sporl SHIRTS By Van Heusen & Norris Casuals Men's WALKING SHORTS $2.98 up MEN'S SWIMWEAR • By CATALINA • VAN HEUSF.N • RUGBY $2.98 io $8.95 HEN'S DRESS PANTS By Hubbard & Happ $5.95 to $12.95 | GOOD SELECTION OF ji QUALITY TIES & SOCKS FOB DAD ! WIDE SELECTION OF MEN'S SUMMER I STRAW HATS from $2.00 Up To $10.00 | Your Store Of Quality — Yet Low, Low Prices!! Ruey's CLOTHING STORE Tabor City, N. C. Each Large capacity, holds two U.S. gallons. It's vented for fast, easy pouring. Com plete with self-storing, 6 inch flexible spout. Just say "Charge it".. TAKE MONTHS TO PAY! · '<-m ··■■---J ^Tirtston« ' Λ\τηε NYLONAIRE tire * 4 full plies of Safetv-Fortified NYLON * Husky 7-rib, non-skid tread design * Speedway·Proved for Turn pike Safety * AND . . for the first time in a tire selling at these prices . . Firestone ItUBBER-X ... the long-wearing rubber that others imitate, but never match? Just say... I# W 15-MONTH r Road Hazard Guarantee Honered in all 50 states and Canada INTRODUCTORY PRICES 6.70-1 5 BLACK $9.44 ALL TIRES MOUNTED FREE ftv* to* ami tif« off fom cor regard!·« of conditio· TUBELESS 4.70-19 «r 7.50*14 72 WHITEWWtsVO Every new Firttlont tire it OUARANTIID I. Against defects hi workman ship and materials (or the Iii« of the original lri.nl. 1. Against normal toad hazards (except repairable punctum) encountered in everyday passenger ear use for the number of months specified. Replacements prorated on tread wear and based on list prices current at time et adjustment ■•1.1 J., t ίΐΜ c I YOU KNOW WHAT YOU RE Γ,ΓΙΓΙΜΓ, WH Ε Ν YOU BUY Fl R EST Ο Ν Ε 11 "Trade With Jimmy And Sore The Difference" DICUS FIRESTONE TABOR CITY, N. C.