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WOMEN'S
NEWS
By Brcnda Stock«
"Spring has sprung" and
with it the end υί flu, colds,
sinus congestion ί·ηϋ gray
spirits, we hope. Even though
Jack Frost might \isit us
again, we can't believe that it
will be really cold after this
beautiful balmy weather we're
experiencing.
We have had illness at our
home this winter along with
almost every other family.
Our son, now 16-month.;, has
had so many things wrong
with him this past season I've
lost account. However, with
f= ί
the weather change he is do
ing fine now and we hope
that it last.
I've tried real hard and I
can't seem to dig the printer's
ink from under my nails. Even
though newspaper people
grumble and gripe about the
hurry-scurry routine they
must keep, they always seem
to come back for more. So
here I am again . . . back
at the Tribune trying to write
your news. This time I'M be
I working two days each week.
Monday and Tuesday. So give
me YOUR new:!
when your patients are young
please give rings for best
cooperation.
A conversation overheard
between two seven-year-olds.
! "Martha, guess where I went
today?" "I don't know tell
me.""I went to the dentist."
"I'm glad that was you instead
of me, I hate to go to the den
tist. He drills and I cry. Did
You Cry?" "Well I certainly
didn't. He gave me the pretti
est ring. Martha, did you get
a ring when you went to the
dentist." "A ring? I sure didn't,
I'm changing dentist. I want
a ring too!"
So you see all dentist bet
ter give rings!
We always enjoy little com
ments about children. I'm
sure this one wasnt meant for
publication but I thought it
quite funny.
When Margaret Ann Soles
was about four years old she
was slurping soup one day.
She told her mother that her
older sister, Dana didn't like
for ber to slurp soup but she
said that she liked to do it.
When her mother asked her
why. she said, "It sounds like
rain hung together.*'
Please send me some com
ments which you found unus
ual about children that you
know. Also, send your news!
HD Club Leader
Holds Workshop
On Refinishing
BY YVONNE BENNETT
Members of the Western
Prong Home Demonstration
Club now know refinished
furniture is the result of time,
much patience and painstak
ing care.
Mrs. Leotha Jordan, home
furnishings project leader in
the Western Prong Club, re
cently held three refinishing
workshops on January 16, 17,
and 23. Mrs. Jordan instruct
ed the club members in re
commended methods of refin
ishing furniture. Mrs. Jordan
learned the steps involved in
refinishing furniture while at
tending a county-wide furni
ture workshop last spring
which was held by Miss Pau
line Gordon, State Extension
Home Furnishings Specialist.
The following pieces of fur
niture were refinished. 3 desks,
1 stool, 11 chairs, 1 spool cab
inet, 1 piano stool, 1 pie safe,
1 table (at an approximate
cost Of S20.90).
Those participating were:
Leotha Jordan, Maxine Jord
an. Connie Page, Marie Len
non, Clyde Edwards, Bertha
Wooten, Jo Woo ten, Lynn Ma
haney, Betty Ann Page, Sally
Nance, Claudia Brown, Eliza·
beth Baldwin, Annie Page,
Margaret Weavil, Mrs. Nita
Walters, Mattie Brown and
Carrie Penland.
Maxine Jordan refinished
three straight chairs and a
secretary. Connie Page refin
ished a desk and chair, Marie
Lennon four chairs, Clyde Ed
wards one dresser. Bertha
' Wooten, one desk stooL. Jo
Wooten one safe, and Betty
Ann Page one piano stool.
Mrs. Leotha Jordan says a',
the first workshop the ladies
removed old finish, sanded,
and repaired furniture. Some
of the furniture had had spots
which needed to be removed
by bleaching. This was allow
ed to dry thoroughly.
The second day the furni
ture was sanded with fine
sand paper and then rubbed
with 000 steel wool or very
fine steel wool. Next the stain
was applied by brushing nn
I and immediately wiping off
with a lint free cloth.
A brown stain was used on
most of the furniture. After
this dried thoroughly — about
24 hours, the furniture was
rubbed with steel wool again.
A penetrating seal was applied
ai^d kept wet for 20 minutes
aiid wiped off. After this dri
ed for 24 hours very fine steel
wool was again used. This pro
cess was repeated from 2 to
5 times.
Not all old furniture needs
refinishing, so don't condemn
old finish too quickly. Many
pieces from an attic or store
room are covered with dust
or dirt. The first thing to do
is remove dust or dirt with
warm water using a soft clean
cloth and mild soap. After the
piece has been thoroughly
washed, wipe it dry with a
, clean cloth. Work in sin:.11
, areas. After this procedure
you may be able to tell whe
1 ther your furniture needs re
j finishing.
If you are interested in
I learning more about steps >n
I volved in refinishing furniture
publications are available on
! this at the County Extension
j Office on West Smith Street.
I You may write Post Office
Box 760. Whiteville, N. C. f« r
free copies.
Mrs. Rogers
Garden Hostess
On Monday night, March 18
the Tabor City Garden Club
met at the home of Mrs.
Thurston Rogers.
Devotion was given by Mrs. !
AI Williams.
During the business session J
members planned a garden I
tour of Pinehurst on April 20.
Each club member present- ι
ed a flower arrangement j
which they made for the meet-I
ing. Comments were exchang- ■
ed.
Mrs. R. R. Rogers was in
troduced as visitor.
Delicious refreshments were I
served by the hostess at the
meeting adjournment.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Wright and family last week
end were here parents. Mr. and ·
Mrs. S. M. Lewis and Mrs. ,
Bruce Bray of High Point.
Williams Class
ί
Presents Play
"Crazy But Cute," a three
act comedy play, was present·
i-d by the Williams senior class
Tuesday night, March 10 in
the school auditorium.
Leading roles were portray
ed by Ronald McPherson. enr
ol Sue Campbell. Jesse Taylor.
Jr., and Paggy Hurdie.
Other members of the cast
included Linda Duncan, Ben
Hunt. Gayle Lung. Beth Fipps.
Glenda Williams, Phyllis Stan
ley, Sam Hardic. Jr. und Jun
ior Norriis.
Mrs. Olive B. Wright, sen
ior sponsor, was director as
sisted by student directors,
Carolyn Murray and Ga^le
Long.
Pant imune acts were given
by John Ward. DeLeon Butl
er and Judy Godwin between
acts.
Mrs. Phil Hughes
Bridge High Scorer
Mrs. R. C. Harrelson wjs
hostess fur the Bi-Monthly
Bridge Club meeting Thurs
day night.
Present were Mesdames
Cecil Corbett, Jr.. Phil Hugh
es. James Brice, Harold Fon
vielle. Howard Harrelson.
Sonny Sanders, Frank Mc
Gongan and Horace Carter.
Mrs. Hughes won high score.
The hostess served u sweet
course alter play.
Lebanon HD Club
Hears Mrs. Blake
Members u( the Lebanon
met recently at the home oil
Mrs. D. II. Casque.
A demonstration on the care
of floors was made by Mrs |
Elaine N. lUiike, home agent.!
The business was presided
over by Mrs. Dura Ward.
Fatnous Play Showing
If you are planning a trip
that takes you through Piivj
hurst this week you would en
joy "The Pleasure of His
Company," a comedy which
drew raves for 13 months in
New York.
John Hallow, and Margaret
Braidwood play leading roles j
in the Pinehurst Playhouse !
presentation. Curtain time is I
8:30 each evening with the j
Saturday matinee at 2:3(1.
District WSCS
Meet April 16
All 76 Methodist church»·::
in the Wilmington district arc
urged tu have representatives
lire the district WSCS meet inn
ι in Tuesday. April lfi at White- !
vi lie Methodist Church.
Mrs. Albert Goldfinch of |
Tabor City, district president,
said that the meeting will be- |
gin at 10 a. in. and lunch serv
ed at noon.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Ralph Shumakcr, vice presi
dent of the Southeastern Jur
isdiction.
"The meeting promises to j
be interesting and enjoyable, j
We are hoping for good at- j
tendance with each of the j
churches in the district repre
sented," said Mrs. Goldfinch. ^
NEW UFE REVIVEL
Revival services are under
way at New Life Baptist
Church this week with Rev.
Crowell Powell in charge. The
youth choir of Dulah Baptist
Church will render special
music Thursday night. Serv
ices begin at 7:30. The public
is cordially invited.
IRON HILL REVIVAL
A 10-day revival will be
held at Iron Hill Baptist I
Church April 1-10 with Rev. j
Edward R. Boyd, pastor of the
Main Street Baptist Church of
Hendersonville in charge. The
public is cordially invited to
the 7:30 p. m. services.
ENGAGED — Miss Marjorie Joye Padgett's betrothal
to James B. Hughes, of Columbia, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Hushes, of Loris, is announced by her parents, the Rev. and
Mrs. C. P. Padgett of Saluda. The wedding is to take plan
on May 12.
Kitz
Theatre
Tabor City, Ν. C.
Get More Out Of Life
Go To A Movie
Thurs.Fri.
m ■ CMRITOA
Heston
FJIotEIU
-MELVILLE SHAVRSOfl S_
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Sat. Only
5£F_THE STftfcAT
THIS THEATRE.
BODIES
FOR
SM.EJ
FREE: One Dead Body
Given Away At 9:00
P.M. On Stage To Some
Unlucky Person.
JUn.-iTlUn."
Nominated To Win
The Academy Award·!
. . . Best Actor . . .
. . . Best Picture . . .
. . . Best Song . . .
Great Adult
Entertainment
Tu«s..We<l.
"A Very
Private Affair"
(jlulTe
ck
Julie Clark lead* fashion
newt with checks in a lined
cotton suit. A bias band oc·
cents the trimly tailored jack·
et. A crisp, whit· rayon
blouse, tucked and faggoted
completes the ensemble.
Navy, Red, or Black check·.
Siies 5-15.
fr
Smart and so
fashionable. This
seersucker jacket
dress of 64
Cotton and 36%
Acetate, by
Pat Perkins.
Washing is a
hands-to-suds
matter. And
ironing? Seldom if
ever. Choice
colors. Sizes 12 to
20 and 12%
to 22V^.
e. t. SOLES & SONS
Tabor City, N. C.
Your Pharmacist
HE'S TUR MAN
YOUR DOCTOR
DEPENDS UPON
Your doctor knows he can
rely on the training, ethics
and know how of thp phar
macist who fills his pre
scriptions for you.
See as for all your
dally health needs!
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PHARMACY
PERFORMANCE PROVE
pffei:®
The AINSWORTH
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PRICES START AT $495
LOW DOWN PAYMENT
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KING SIZE TRADE-INS
Brand New Picture Tubes
Full Year Warranty
Installed Free — $39.95
Complete Repairs On Major & Small
Appliances By Factory-Trained
Technicians At Cut-Rate Prices!
FREE PICK-UP A DELIVERY ON
REPAIR SERVICE
Lucky Dollar Grocery Specials!
Tender Sliced
BEEF LIVER lb. 33c
Fresh Country
EGGS 3 doz. 99c
Smoked Cured
PICNICS lb. 29c
Park Lane Pure Vfe Gal.
ICE CREAH 59c
Duke'· Qt.
MAYONNAISE 39c
Limit one with $5.00 order
Pure Pork
SAUSAGE 3 lbs. 99c
Mist Carolina Large
»WASHING POWDER 25c
I POCAHONTAS
Η 4· ■■ —
jmaii ureen
BUTTER BEANS
Fancy Cut
GREEN BEANS
Fancy Mixed
VEGETABLES
Fancy Sliced
BEEF
6
cau
99c
C. C. SOLES ft SOUS
Mfth Street Tftbor City

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