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8PAB* TM INCOME—Be
filling md collecting money
from NEW TYPS, high qual
ity coin operated dispensers
in this area. No selling. To
qualify you must have car,
references. $600 to $1900
cash. Seven to twelve hours
•weekly can net excellent
monthly inoome. More full
time. For personal interview
write P. O. Box 4185, Pitts
burgh 2, Pa. Include phone
number. (ltp)
FOR 8ALE—One used 3.6 HP
Outboard Motor Fully Guar
anteed and Reconditioned.
Just $38.88! Day Phone 3721.
Night Phone 5851. Ask for
Jimmy Burroughs.
FOR SAU — One used Gen
eral Electric Automatic
Washer Completely Gaur
anteed. Only $48.88! Phone
3721, Ask for Hildred Har
relson.
NoUee mt Tmlw'i
8·*· Κ Lui
Under and by virtue of t
power of sale contained in t>
certain Deed of Trust exect
ed by Terrell J. Rozier ai
wife Dorothy Rozier dat
February 8th, I960, and r
corded in Book 82, paite 21
in the office of tlie Register
Deeds of Columbus Counl
North Carolina, and in th
certain Deed of Trust execu
ed by Terrell J. Rozier at
wife, Dorothy Rozier, dati
October 12. 1981, and record«
in Book 8». Page 370. in tl
office of the Register of Dee<
of Columbus County, Nori
Carolina, default having bit
made in the payments of it
debtcdncss thereby secure
the underslgneed Trust««? wi
offer for sale to the highe
bidder, for cash, at public uu<
tion at the courthouse door i
Whiteville, North Carolina, t
the 16th day of April, 1963. j
twelve o'clock noon the fo
lowing described tract of lan<
Lying and being on thi
West side of Jones Street a:
shown on a map of th<
Ralph MeCullum- Subdivi
sion. recorded in Plat Root
5, page 9. Records of Co
lumbus County within th»
Town of Tabor City. Colum
bus County. South Williams
Township. North Carolin*
and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
BEGINNING at a point ir
the West line of Jones
Street. said BEGINNING
point being South 5 degrees
30 minutes West 210 ft. from
when· the Southern lin ·.» <·Ι
the extension of St. J;>bn
Street intersects with the
West line of Jones Street;
tlienee South 5 degrees 30
minutes West 118 feet to an
iron stake: thenre in a
Westward direction 150 feet
to an iron stake in ihe East
ern boundary of the J. W.
Ray st Odivision; thence
North 3 degrees 30 minutes
East Ϊ OS feet to an iro
stake; thence in an Eastward
direction 1"«0 feet to the
point of BEGINNING.
Being part of the land
deeded to Ralph MeCullum
and wife, from John Ray by
deed dated August 15. 11 <...
and recorded in Book 16-1,
page 85. Records of Coium
bus County.
Said property will In· soli
subject to all unpaid taxes an«
special assessments attains
said property; and sairl prop
erty is sold subject to all lien
ot record that were recordei
prior to the dates of th·* re
U cording of the above deeds of
trust.
The highest bidder will be
required to deposit in cash at
™· the sale an amount equal to
fl five percent (5':) of the u
ll~ mount of his bid.
This the 19th day of March.
id 194J3.
William B. Rogers
Trustee
Mar.20,27.Apr.3.1t)
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
The undersigned, having
(nullified as Administratrix of
the Estate of 1. C. Gore, Jr.,
late of Columbus County, this
is to notify all persons ha vim:
claims against said Ecstate to
present them to the under
signed on or before Septemb
er 20. 1963. or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make
η ί payment to the undersigned.
This the 20th day of March,
μ 1963.
j. ; Mabel Gore,
Administratrix of
the Estate of
I. C. Gore. Jr.,
Deceased
I I). K. McGotiKan, Jr., Attorney
! ί Mar.20,27.Apr.3.10
.
Area Cub Scouts
Plan Railroad Day
Cub Scouts from Packs of
the Cape Fear Area Council,
; Boy Scouts of America will
observe their annual Cubhiiu;
j theme of Railroading. The
j Cubs under their own leader
j ship will ride the morning At
j lantic Coastline Train and re
jturn on the evening one at 5
p. in. The Cubs will be under j
tin· leadership of their <>W". ;
parents. Cubinastcrs, and Den
Μ· thers.
The group will have choices
ι of things tu «In. Most of the
leaders have indicated tin· fol
lowing points of interest: R -
I tleship North Carolina, Ole
* ι Brunswick. Fire Station. Fire
Boat. Coastline Station and the
trains. Historic Church,... .
Greenfield Lake and the Τ. V ;
Station .
W. C. Wall. Scout Execut v·.· 1
states that local Troops anil !
Scouts will be on hand to di- J
reel and guide the Cubs and
their leaders.
WILIJAM II. WALL !
I :
ι ι LACKLAND ΑΚΗ. Tex. — |
. Airman Basic William H.
j ι Wall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Baxter Wall of lit. 3 Whit. - I
ville. N. (".. is being reassign
ed to Walker A KB. Ν. M.. for
training and duty as a \ chi
cle operator.
Airman Wall recently com
pleted United States Air Force
basic mi'itary training here.
The airman att*. r.de I tVnt
ral lligh School.
NC Watermelon
Crop Estimated
At 10,000 Acres
Reports as of March 1 to
the North Carolina Crop Re
porting Service indicate that
North Carolina growers intend
to plant 10.000 acres of wat
ermelons.
If these intentions are car
ried out, plantings will be ap
proximately 300 acres or three
per cent above last year's !).
700 acres harvested but 16 per
cent below the five-year av
erage (1957-1961).
Based on grower's intentions.
204.500 acres of watermelons
are estimated for the nation
for early summer harvest this
year.
Supermarket Gives
Two Country Hams
Last week's winner of a
country-cured ham given a-1
w y by the Thriftway Super- I
market. Tabor City was Mrs.
L. I.. (lore of Tabor City.
The winner for the previous |
week was Johnny I lodge of
Kt. 2 Talmr City.
LOUIS WILLIAMS 1
TR1PLF.R GENERAL MOS-!
ΙΊΤ.ΛΙ.. HAWAII — Army)
Specialist Five Louis D. Wil
liams. son of Willie Williams,
Chadlxturn, N. C.. recently was
assigned to the staff at the ·
Army Triplet· General IK spit- j
al. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Specialist Williams, a re- ;
painnan at the hospital, cut- I
er»··I the Army in 1957. He
was last stationed at Fort
Leonard I. Mo., and ar
rived in Hawaii in February
Willi mis. son of Mrs. Laura
I·'. Swain. 27ii!) Sheridan ave.,
St. I.ouis (Mo.), is a graduate I
nf West SWe High School.
Chadhourn. N. C. He attend
ed I ineoln University, Jeffer
son City, Mo.
WILLIAM T. FLOYD
F.MR I51.UFF — William
Thomas Floyd, infant son of
Tracy and Frances Gore Floyd,
of Fair Hluff, died early Fri
day in McLood's Infirmary,
Florence. S. C.
Filial rites were held at 11
m. from 11 inson's Cross 1
Routs H iptist Chinch by the ■
Rev. Ellis Marks, with burial
in tlu* Meares Cemetery.
Survivors ineludc the par
ents: a brother. Timothy W; y
ne Floyd of the.li-imu; the pa
terual grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Floyd of Fai:· Rluff;
the maternal grandmother.
Mrs. Mary Lucille Gore of
Wilmington.
Choose your
PHARMACIST
•ι you would
choose a doctor
Our pharmacist carefully
compounds cxactly as pre- !
scribed by your doctor. ,
For dependable service — I
always call on us!
HARRELSON'S
PHARMACY
Druggists Since 1901
TABOR CITY
Plant Now For
SPRING BEAUTY
Trees Must Be Planted During
The Winter Months
So They Will Grow and Bloom This Spring.
FRUIT TREES, APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, I'LUM,
GRAPE VINES, PERSIMMONS, and PECAN
TR_EES_
Flowering Trees, Crabapples, Double Peach,
Pink, White and Red Dogwoods, Double Flower
ing Japanese Cherry Trees, Weeping Cherry,
Tulip Trees, Red Bud, Crepe Myrtle in Red,
White and Pink.
Special Tulip Trees 4-Ft. &
Full of Buds Just $1.50 Each
Pink or Purple
Azaleas Full of Buds
35c Each or 3 for $1.00
CAMELLIAS, all Colors $1.00 each
CAMELLIA SASANQUA, all Colors $1.00 each
Red Berry Pyracanthea. 3-Ft. *1 nn
Rose Bushes, All The Leading Varieties, Plan!
Now, Hybrid Tea, Florabunda, and Grandi
flora, Tree Roses All Colors, We Have The
Newest Varieties, of Tropicana, Royal High
ness, John Armstrong, Christiana Dior,
Columbus Queen, Garden Party, Also Fashion,
Circus, Jiminey Cricket, Spartan, Plant Now,
Don't Wait, The Season Is Right For Planting.
Special Prices on Shrubbery
Regular $2.00 Size Plants Now Going For
Just $1.00 Each
Japanese Holly, Chinese Holly, Nandinns,
Lucidum, Arborvitae, Pittsporium, Ρ f i t ζ e r -
Juniper, and many other varieties, Come Out
and See our large selection, We can save you
money on your planting needs, we plant free Tor
you and all plant· are guaranteed to live one
year.
Special Giant Pansics Just
2c Each, All Colors
McQueen's Nurseries
PRISON FARM ROAD
Phone Ml 2-2694 Whiteville. N. C.
SPEND YOUR DOLLAR
WHERE IT MAKES GOOD
CENTS
SARV1S FARM SUPPLY
Cured Vü Whole
HAMS lb. 49c
Cured
SLAB BACON lb. 33c
Fresh
PQEK LIVER lb. 23c
Pure Pork Fresh
SAUSAGE lb. 45c
3 Lb. Jar
PEANUT BUTTER $1.29
3 Lb. Jar
APPLE JELLY $1.05
• Can Goods · Fruits
• Candies Of All Kinds
φ Insecticides
I TRADE WHERE YOUR
BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED
SARVIS FARM SUPPLY
\ Tabor City
Dress Up
The
Whole
- I
Fomily
This
Spring
Wth
Fine
Clothing
From
C. C. Soles
And
Sons
In
Tabor
City
i
Name
Brands
All Over
The Store
Hr
Λ
$6.95 '
Ό
reflecting
America's
most
treasured
daytime
o
Designed for the lazy days ahead by Pat Perkins. · t
In a iine woven, all cotton stripe seersucker
with leather tabbed belt. Wash it, .wear it —
wrinkles don't have a chance.
Choice of carefree colors. Sizes 12 to 20
and 14« ä to 24^.
FOR MEN & YOUNG MEN
SHORT SI-EEVE
SPORT SHIRTS
Shrs — Small, Medium, Large
& Extra Large
Beautiful Linen & Chambray
Finishes
$4.50
1IANES PRO-CHOICE
KNIT SHIRTS
$3.95
IDEAL FOR GOLFERS
PURITAN BRAND
SEERSUCKER
Shorts & Shirts
$9.95
FOR MATCHING SET
f Matching Socks $1
DACRON & COTTON
• SPORT COATS
! $22.50
a
ί SPECIAL ASSORTMENT
λ I.att-.st Styles Of Stripes
V and Plaids
\ SHIRTS
Ξ With Tapered η Tails
I $2.95
ο MADRAS OR LEATHER
jWatch Bonds $1.00
f WASH 'η WEAR
» PANTS
5 $6.95 to $10.95
4 _______
\ NEW SHIPMENT OF
I SUMMER SUITS
I BY SEWE1..L
V Now $37,50
$ NEW FOR EASTER
^
r· Η I,. STETSON
Straw Hat· — $3.95 to $7.80
^ Knox Straw· — $7.50 to $10.00
FOR LADIES & YOUNG
LADIES
ΓΧΤ5υ "MAjfiiVfirXN "Z? RÜTsictTe
BLOUSES
$4.50 to $7.95
Beautif·! Fabrics St Colors
LADY MANHATTAN — | PIECE
DRESSES
Pleated or St ra if lit Skirts
Drip Pry — Roll Sleeve
$14,95 to $18.95
LADIES' INDIA'MADRAS
BLOUSES
$6.88
tdM6rf tltÜEk
Blouses Gr Ά' Skirts
Bfrtindjr St Blee
Blouses $5.95
Skirts $7.95
■■I'll II I
MISSY PRISSY CHILQJMM'S
DRESSES
3 Τ» 6* and 7 Thru 1«
Small Site* $6.95
PEACHES 'n CREAM
DRESSES
$2.95 to $5.95
SURREY NEW BURGUNDY
DRESSES
FOR YOUNG LADIES
91κι 7 Thru 14
Bl··. Grey. Green, Belfr
end Burgundy
Latest Style· la Denim
Fabric·
$12.95
SUMVELE8S PMJtiT
dresses
$9.91
5Ä,TACK CLOTHES
FOÄ YOUNG LADIES
NATIONALLY
ADVEJgnttO
LIFE
MEN'S
SUCKS
tid
BERMUDAS
SLACKS
$5.95
BERMUDAS
$4.95
Weilte. Olive
«nd Black
YOUNG LADIES'
BERMUDAS
JAMAICAS
SHORTS
Wide Selection
Of Calais, Stae*
ind Styles
$2.95
TO
$7.95
LADIES'
EASTER
HATS
A $17.95 Value
NOW
$12.00
ALL BRAND
NEW FOR
'63
91Q ASSORTMENT
OF
BELTS
BY CANTERBURY
IN
Madras
Plaid?
WEN & YOUNG
MEN'S
LEATHER
BELTS
$1.00
TO
$8.00
MADRAS
HATS
TO MATCH
MADRAS
BELTS
ONE GROUP
OF MEN'S
STRAW
HATS
ONLY
$4.95
DO YOU*
SPRING
SHOPPING
HERE
AND SAVE
ON FIRST
QUALITY
CLOTHING
FIFTH STREET
CC. SOLES & SONS
TABOR CITY

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