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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, August 22, 1962, Image 12

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MAKING A TOUR
Margaret Jo McCormick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert McCormick of Tabor City,
left recently for a tour of the
Bahama Islands. Puerto Rico,
and Jamaica. Miss McCormick
is traveling with her roommate.
Nancy Trailer of New Bern. |
They departed by ship from!
Miami last Wednesday and will j
return the latter part of thisj
week. I
The ' .».ied Stupes has absi
300 oil refineries with a capat
ily to process a(»proximately I
million barrels a day. accordin
to Oil Pacts. The •demand is ex
pected to reach LS million bai
els a day by 197&.
Fair Bluff News
«■"·» WWW MKtlfllU,
Bettie Strickland, ud Jwb
- Gowan from the G. A.'· of the
Baptist Church attended sum
mer camp last week as Cash
well; Sunday night thin girls
presented a program relating
the events of the camp during
the week. Th« program was
presented at the evening ser
vice.
Miss Janet Dalton left Mon
day to attend the Annual Con
ference of the MYF ft Duke
• University.
j Guy Bailey, Jr.. and Marcus
Turner were hosts Wednesday
j evening to the Methodist
Men"s Club when the club met
in the Fellowship Hall of the
church.
Major J. B. Townsend, Mrs.
Townsend. and children, Jean.
Pat, and Lani left Tuesday for
Montgomery. Alabama, after
visiting relatives in Fair Bluff
since they arrived from Eng
land. Major Townsend will be
in school in his new place of
assignment. Living in Alabama
brings him the nearest home in
the twenty-three years of
Army life.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Rogers last week-end were Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie Cashwell and
Carole Cashwell, of Sanford.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Townsend
and John Carl Townsend were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Wells, of Florence. S. C.
Mrs. Junius Potts and son
Junius Dowe of Whichita.
' Texas arrived last week and
ι are visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. D.
! Floyd.
Lt. James Turner and Mrs.
Turner of Fayetteville were
week-end guests of Mr. and
; Mrs. P. P. Renfrow, Mrs. Turn
j er's parents.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray English
; have returned to Jacksonville.
' Fla., after vacationing with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Floyd and
granddaughter, of Rocky Mt.,
were week-end guests of Dr.
and Mrs L. D. Floyd.
Mrs. John White and son
Robin of Raleigh visited Mrs.
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
DAVID MILLER
David Miller, of Loris re
cently returned from a six
weeks' tour of active duty in
Europe. He will njw report to
• Lackland Air Force Base inj
' Texas, for eight weeks' basic (
i training.
Bob King over the week-end.
Mrs. Ruth Townsend Fink lea
of Florence. S. C.. visited Mrs.
B. L. Townsend and other
Townsends last week.
Mrs. Bob Meares is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Campbell.
Ill, of Laurens, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rabon's
guests Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Seile and chil
dren Joanne and Charles. Jr.,
of Winston Salem.
Mrs. Robert Winbon and chil
dren Gayle. Teresa, and Robert
Ljlnn, of Orlando, Fla., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Froni s
Strickland, the Wilton Thig
pins, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Ed
wards, Jr., have visiting them
Mrs. Edward's mother. Mrs.
Joseph Prades, of Fresno,
Calif.
.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earlie
Sealie over the week-end were
their daughter's family. Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Hamilton, Ricy
and Pery Hamilton of Salis
bury.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barnes
and daughter who have been
visiting the Ed Barneses, the
J. Frank Rogers, and Mrs. Eth
el B. Martin, are visiting rela
tives in Durham before return
ing to Miami. Fla.
Mrs. Ε. V. Boatwright visited
her sister, Mrs. Raymond Sands j
of Reidsville. her aunt. Mrs. j
Emma Wilkinson of Augusta,
Ga., at their Myrtle Beach cot
tage last week-end.
Dr. Thad Bethea and family
spent some days at their sum
mer home at Hog Island last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers'
guests over the week-end wore
their son's family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Rogers and daughter.
Amy. of Fayetteville.
Mrs. Celia Townsend Norris
of Raleigh was an over-night
guest Saturday of Mr. ant! Mrs.
ί
Η. Ν. Rogers. Sunday she visit
ed Mrs. B. L. Townsend and
Major Townsend's family.
Visiting Mrs. Katharine
Turner Saturday were her bio
thiH-'s family. Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Bracey of Rowland.
Joining the Hilton Herring ι
family of Barnesville while va
cationing on East Cherry
Grove Beach, were Mrs. Her
ring's mother, Mrs. C. Gordon
Townsend. Grace Williamson
and Carr Williamson.
Mrs. Dick Thomas and dau- !
ghter Lisa have returned to
tlyattsville. Md.. after beim:
with Mrs. Thomas' parents. Mr
and Mrs. James Turner at the
time of Mr. Turner's illness in |
th0 Southeastern General Hon - ι
pital. Lumberton.
Mrs. W. B. Craven and Miss 1
Mary Elizabeth Craven vaca
tioned last week with relative·; <
at Crescent Beach. They were :
\isited while there by their so.i j
and brother. Paul Craven end ,
Mrs. Craven. of Georgetuv n.
S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Craven arc
moving early to Batcsburg.
S. C.
Dinner guests of Mrs. M. S.
Turner. Tuesday, included Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Gore. Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Cox of Tabor City. ;
and Mrs. Butinie Butler 01
Conway. S. C.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kn«>\
Watson of Red Springs for tlu ,
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Little. They are Mrs. Little's
parents.
Miss Sandra Scott, who is
doing cancer research wot.
work with the Chapel Hill hos
pital. came home last week-es d
to visit her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. 1. M. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. I'oe Barnes
were week-end visitors at Oce
an Drive Beach. S. C.
Mrs. French Noble is receiv
ing treatment in a Charleston
S. C.. hospital.
James Turner was released
Saturday after being a patifiii
for two weeks at Southeastern
General Hospital, in Lumhet
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Kin;,
and son Michael, of \tlatita.
Ga.. art» vantionintj wiih ii
parents, Mr. and Mrs. it. J'
King in Fair Bluff and u l.t
tives in Monroe.
Visitina Mr i-nd Mrs. l.uvi
ence Minion recently were Mi.'
and Mrs. F ed ,\!int»n ar.d e.i i
drcii. of Sylvia.
Mr. and Mrs. Roltcrt ?!<■
and Frances and C.len I. »·«■;*,1
oi Jacksonville. Fla., are v\.it
ing .Mis. Beck's parents. .Mr
und Mrs. Frank I.evvis.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Si alii·
and children M-.rsliaM η ml
Mack, of Itulcigh weri \v \
end quests of Mr. and .Mrs.
Major Dudncv.
Bonnie and Anita UntU o.
Winston Salem art· χ r*
their eramliiurvntv Μι. ..;i t
Mrs. Major liudney.
Kldrcd Prime, of l.o is. s
\isited Iiis pan η s. Mr. .vi.|
.Mis J. !i. Prince t'·;ν Λ'οιι .
l.ulher Λ1 ·· ,«·<■< of W >:><φ
spent the WM^end wit'· lus
nuitlier Mrs. Ellis Μ · ι··ν
Aubrey Wadrfoll. who lias
born iorei\ . 4 ••«tin. '
Sou' hojstern (Ιπιπ! I Id » ! ■ · I.
Ltin.hei ton. for tin«·«· v. . \ ,
continues 10 show imj rov«·
mont.
Mr-. Miiudc Floyd of !
iMiirn visited !er son's fairi'y.
tin* \tiirv Floyd ·. for :!io <' ..·
Thursday. W
EASY - CARE
DINETTE SETI
$49-95 up
Extension table with
mar - resistant top;
chairs upholstered in
7ive, Seven and Nine Piece
RUGS & CARPETING VALU
ARMSTRONG
And
GOLD SEAL
Any Size
We Cut Them
To Fit
PRINCE BROS. FURNITURE
Tabor City
HMMMM - - - WHAT WAS I SUPPOSED TO REMEMBER?
OH, YES! I WAS SUPPOSED TO REMIND YOU TO - - -
DEPOSIT YOUR
BONUS BUCK
GIFT CERTIFICATE
WITH YOUR FAVORITE
ONUS BUCK DEALER
So You Con
A $300*00
APPLIANCE FREE!
THERE'S NO OBLIGATION .... JUST GO TO YOUR
FAVORITE WILLIE WIREDHAND BONUS BUCK DEALER
AND DROP YOUR GIFT CERTIFICATE INTO THE BOX.
Horry Electric Co-Op
DRUGS PRESCRIBED FOR YOU
MAY NOT BENEFIT ANOTHER
Your ajje, weight and previous history are
sume oi' the factors considered whenever
your doctor writes a pri sciption. That's
why prescriptions are like personal checks
—nu-ant to be cashed by you alone!
DAMERQN DPt'JG STORE
Telephone Tabor City
Last Day announcing new store hours Daily:
Sat., ·||η|ΗηβΗΚ! 9:30 A. M. until 5:30 P. M. cxcept
47th Anniversary Sale
--r\
NEW MERCHANDISE
ARRIVING DAILY
More
a , . o»k for Peggy Bloke
«•r Persoaol Shopper
REGISTIT. Η VERY DAY ON EVERY ΠΟΟΊ
WIN THIS RAMBLER CLASSIC DELUXE 4-DCOR SEDAN
THIS BRAND NKW CAH YVOitTH Si2'.a.75
WIN ONE OF ΤΗΓ 49 B'BTHDAY CJKCS!
Back-To-School
Twosomes
Girls' 7-14
Orion Sweaters
3.99
regular 4.99
All time favorites . . .
sweater and skirts . . .
and here you will find
all the latest yarns and
styles! Bulky knit cardi
gan with collar in red . .
blue . . tan. Blend or
match with pleated wool
skirt.
Girls' 7-14
Wool Skirts
3.99-5.99
Φ pleated · unprrsurd A stitched
Φ solids · checks φ plaids
jirls' Wear Λ Second Floor
MISSES 10-20
CABRETTA
LEATHER
JACKETS
19.47
A "must" fashion! Black,
bole«», \thitc. «rem or
red. Fully rayon lined!
Reg. $28.00.
Sportswear # Belk'a Second Floor
Boyi All-W cat her
Zip-Lined Coat
HaiKlsomcIv laüorccl „(■
''«•pl't'l't'ls fillP (Of t >11) <'j||>
•«»I»"·· "ill, Zcl.ui ,,n|sh
I» ivprl ujUff. U;ml;in
s f ' s· - out iiiiin«
make. I hi-i i.|(»al („r
Jill seas.,ns. Ί an. black ami
olivr. Sizes (i 2i)
m
fioys' Worn- φ Hoik's ,|/K)r
ill ENS' ?8-|ιι
Traditional
Ivy Trousers
8.88
regular 10.99
These arc* ideal for (ho
Hack - - School ward
robe! Tailored of work
ed blond flannel. mid
definitely w a » h and
wear. Ivy styl«· in sins
28-40.
m
Min'« Wear 3 Molk s Main Floor

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