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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, April 03, 1963, Image 4

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Judging Team Top·
Conway's VTA Dairy Judg
ing team took top honors is
the Horry FPA Federation
contest, with Aynor placing
second.
The contest was held at the
Penn Branch Dairy neat
Kingstree, on March 22. Elev
en teams entered from schools
at Aynor, Conway, Floyds,
Loris, Green Sea, Socastee
and Wampee.
Conway's winning team was
composed of Dale James,
Johnny Bell, Harold Anderson
and Ben Hyman. Bell was high
scorer with 277 out of a pos
sible 300 points.
Aynor's No. 1 team (of two)
was composed of Windel I
Skipper, Michael Rayon, Paul
Prcvatte and Charlie Ray.
Music-Literary Club
Has Talent Show
The Loris Music-Literary
Club met at the home of Mrs.
Τ. E. Duke with Mrs. L. Β
Kapps co-hostess.
Mrs. George Rentz, presi
dent, called the meeting to
order. The minutes of the Feb
ruary meeting were read and
approved. Club members were
reminded that the club year
began in September and that
some members had overlooked
payment of their dues. The
president announced that she
would be calling on members
to help with the Cancer Drive
Mrs. L. B. Kapps. program
chairman for the evening, pre
sented the following club
members in their annual Tal
ent Night program.
TU PRACTICE TEACHING VOCATIONAL AGRICUL
TURE — Keith Blanton, left above, and Larry Hayes, right,
arrived In Loris Monday to begin eicht weeks of practice
teaching an part of the requirements for the decrees they
are earning at Clemson College, where they are Seniors.
During the eight week period they will teach Vocational
Agriculture classes at Loris High School, visit adults and
Future Farmers on the farm and generally engage in the
myriad of activities that fall the lot of the Vocational Ag
riculture teacher. Keith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Blanton of Floyd*, while Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hayes of Green Sea.
"Box Scat for the Untalent
ed"—Mrs. Brooks Whittington
and Mrs. Don Currio.
"Patiently" — Mrs. Charles
Dawes and Mrs. George Lay.
"A Quartet — And Dinah"
—Mrs. George Rentz, Mrs.
Htirold Rogers. Mrs. Worth
Stephens, Mrs. Henyard Cain
es ami Mrs. Bill Wooten.
"Instrumental Music"—Mrs.
Tommy Duke and Mrs. Geor
ge Lay.
"Mary Had a Little I.imli"
—Mrs. Walter Taylor with a
"Postscript" by Mrs. James
Craigie.
"Morning Glories" (The
Ladies in Black) Mrs. J. D.
McCormiek. Mrs. Sarah Town
send and Mrs. Ted Dozier.
"Some Things I Have Learn
ed" Mrs. L. B. Kapps.
Refreshments were served
during the social hour.
A. K. McLelland
CERRO GORDO — Archie
Kinley McLelland. 72. prom
inent Cerro Gordo citizen, di
ed at his home, Thursday
morning, after a long illness.
Final rites were held Fri
day at 3:3« p. m. from Cerro
Gordo Baptist Church. of
which he was a member, by
the Revs. C. E. Brisson and
Levon Herring, with burial in
Piney Forest Baptist Church
Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Nettie Builock McLel
land of the nome; two sons,
Davis McLelland of Raleigh
and Joel McLelland of Cerro
Gordo; four daughters, Mrs.
W. M. Mercer of Clinton, Mrs.
A. L. Henderson of Randle
man, Mrs. Frederick B. Yates
of Chadbourn and Mrs. Floyd
Harrelson of Cerro Gordo; a
brother. George Albert Mc
Lelland of Garland; three
sister.?, Mrs. C. E. Williamson
of Cerro Gordo and Mrs. Mary
A. McCumbee and Mrs. Clyde
j Williamson, both of White
{ ville: 20 grandchildren and 16
I great-grandchildren.
Active pallbearers were ΛΙ
| fred and Ben Williamson.
1 Clemson and Mack Green,
I Hewitt Godwin and Wattio
1 Tyler.
Shrine Auxiliary
Auction Thursday
The M. L. C. Shrine Club
Auxiliary held its March meet
ing at the club in the form of
a covered dish supper .
With Mrs. Otis (Sweetie)
Graham, president, presiding,
members discussed plans for
an auction sale to be held at
the club tomorrow (Thusday)
afternoon at 3:30 p. m.
"The public is cordially in
vited to come out and bid on
the numerous articles which
will be offered," Mrs. Graham
said.
The next meeting «if the
auxiliary will be held at the
club Monday evening, April
15.
Carolina Association
Conduct Youth Rally
A Youth Rally of the Caro
lina Baptist Association was
held Saturday March 23, at
Cane Branch Baptist Church,
under the direction of Mrs.
Mildred Hardee, Director. The
Devotional given by Pleasant
Plain was followed by tiic
Welcome given by the Cane
Branch Sunbeams. The Re
sponse was given by the Glen
dale Sunbeams.
A missionary message on
the Indians of Oklahoma was
delivered by Mrs. York. Slides
showing the Goodwill Center
of Columbia a?id the different
jobs undertaken by them was
shown by Miss Gladys Farmer
of Columbia.
Lunch prepared by the peo
ple of the Cane Branch com
munity was spread and shar
ed in the yard. It was decided
that the Youth Rally would be
held next year with Pleasant
Plain.
Music and songs by the Cain
Branch group was enjoyed
while Oak Dale presented skits
and plays depicting times that
God is an unchanging God
regardless to the "changingin!·
times."
Cane Branch G. A.'s pre
sented a pantomine "We've a
Story to Tell," which was
carried out quite will and
greatly enjoyed.
Two pastors of the Carolina
Baptist Association attended
this Rally. It is hoped that :n
the coming year, even more
interest will be shown in these
Rallvs. and even more chureh
cs better represented.
Hear Six Cases
In Civil Term
A half-dozen civil cases
were disposed of during the
week ended March 23 in the
Civil and Criminal Court of
Horry County.
In the case «if Coastal Fin
ance Co. vs. Mary A. James
and Wood row Vau&t. n· jury
.ound "for the Plaintiff against
he Defendant Woodrow W.
/au«e the right to possotsimi
of the 1Γ"' Chevrolet auto
mobile descrilx«. m ihi· γ·«»ι
olaint and if possession can
not be had we assess its value
at $450.00."
The Noland Credit Co. won
a judgment of $538.40 against
Sam H. Lewis and Lila Lewis.
In the case of A. J. Suggs.
Jr., vs. Vera P. Graham and
Jaro Maid lee Cream Co.,
"he plaintiff was awarded $1.
212.30 actual damages against
the Defendant Vera P. Gra
ham.
David G. Wei ton won a
judgment of $045.62 against
John David Price.
In the case of the Horry
Soil Conservation District vs.
Jim Martin and Mrs. Jim
Martin, the jury found for
the plaintiff in the amount oi
$291.11.
In the ease of English
Stanley vs. Vender Moore
Gore, the jury found for the
plaintiff in the amount of $500
actual damages and $10(1 puni
tive damages, for a total of
$600.
Green Sea Girl Wins
Honorable Mention
Elizabeth Lynn Smait of
Cheraw high school, Cheraw
has been named State Betty
Crocker Homemaker for South
Carolina and will receive a
$1.500 scholarship from Gen
eral Mills. Libby. the daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. ΛΙοη/.ο
Ervin Sinai ι. 114 Huger St.,
Cheraw ranked first anion·:
(i.!l80 girls in 22-1 high sell«mis
in the state.
Mareia Anne Dalx.icl of
Cardinal Newman high school.
Columbia ranked second in
South Carolina and will re
ceive a $500 scholarship.
Eight other senior girls in
South Carolina received hon
orable mention in the Home
haker test. They are:
Marie Anne Leslie, Abbe
ville high school, Abbeville
Barbara Jan Owings, Gray
Court -Owings high s-eivol.
Gray Court
Hilda Grey Jernigan, Green
FOR SALE — Farmall 100
Tractor, cultivators, distrib
utors. planters and tobacco
setters. In good condition.
J. C. Wi»T, Knute 3. Tabor
City. N. C. plume 6262. 3U ,
FOB SALE—Brciotrrrd PoiT-|
ed Hereford Bulls. Accredit- j
ed herd. Green Pastures
breeding. Tested for TB on 1
Bungs. Am l'.'-24 mo. $25»
to $400. C. II «43-141« Bed
Springs, Ν C. J. 11. Town
send. 4/3-ll»13e
SEWING MACHINE RAKG
A1NS — One reposaet«cd
Singer SUn: -i 1-Mntic "500'
Console. Take up balane.
owing, fall Joe Evans phom
«931. Tabor City. N. C. lie
Ν Ο Τ I C Κ
The public is hereby n<>(i
fiori, in compliance with Sub
ι section 17 of section 153-0 of
j the General Statutes of North
! Carolina, thai a meeting of the
j Town Council of llie Town o.
ι Tabor City will be held :ii
' 7:30 o'clock P. M. on the 7tn
' day of May. 1963 in the May
J or's office. Town Hall. Tabui
City, North Carolina at which
will Ih· acted upon tiie follow
I ins:
(1) The closing of tin· alio., '
j connecting hast Eighth Street '
with East Ninth Street, de
scribed as follows. t«i wit:
I..vine in the Town of Ta
hor City, t'olumliiis County.
North Carolina, anil he in:;
the proposed alley running
North ami South It« tween
East Eighth Street and Cast
Ninth Street, ami lyinfi East
of the B. A. Garrel I Sales
Cnntpany Warehouse. sa«;l
alley being :>.»0 feet in
length.
J (:!) The changing of tint
part of K.i t N oth Street lying
tii 'tween Wall Street an.I IK·
I Atliiutic Co-'stline Κ.ιιΙιόκΙ
Right of Way in the Town · '
Tabor City the effect of s-ii '
change lieing that instead ··!
East Ninth Stir»·! lying ρ τ
pendi· ul.ir In tween Wall Sti e. !
and the Atlantic t-ιI··. ·
Railro id Right of Way, it··· j
j eastern end of said Ninth I
Street right of w.r. will '
moved K.!l fci't north :'!nl *.'i · I
j western mil of .·. ικί ii·;
way will he m< ν··ι· 1.1 i.-.ti
I south a··';' 111 ust ι : t ·! on nii'ti |
I showing t'i · pr »posed r<
I ti'ii: of I. ι.-t Ninth Str« et on
*iIt· in the Town Hall i t Τ ι >
or City. North Carolin ·.
Λ! 1 ill teli.st ι tig pe ;ο|ι·
invited to at'.end and ρ ·rt it
p.-.ii· in s ii.i mo tin
lt> order nf tin : · t "οίοι- ι
eil of tlu· Τον. ti ι Τ .;■«ir Ci'v. '
JVl«iri;<u G. Ci lu ll ί
Town Clerk I
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MR. FARMER ... GET THE JUMP OR SPRING
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What You Get Out Of Your Crops Depends On What You Put Into Them
Your profit from your farming investment will depend to a large extent on the supplies you get
now. Don't be satisfied with less than the best. You can get all your farming needs from us.
ALL TYPES — HIGH QUALITY
FERTILIZERS
We have the fertilizer, in your favorite brand, that you will need for every purpose, and
we want to supply you. Just let us know what you want and we'll do our best to see that
you get it. But don't wait. Come in today and let us know.
NACO, CARO-CO, V-C, SWIFT
SEE US FOR YOUR FUMIGANTS
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Garden Seeds — Seed Corn And Soil Fumigants — Soya Beans
Galvanized Roofing — Wire Fence — Building Supplies — Fence
Post (All Sizes & Lengths) — High Quality Inside fir Outside
Minnesota Paints & A Complete Line Of Paint Supplies
Ellis Meares Hardware
Now Located In Building Formerly Occupied By Walton And Sholar
WHITEVILLE, N. C.
Ritz Theatre
Tabor City, Ν. C.
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_ We'll η wild
Our Own
Electric System!
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Some of us con remember dovs in the 1930's when wc
didn't hove 10 cents for ο pock of cigorettcs. But we took
up the pipe—or learned to "roll our own."
Those were the days when kerosene poisoning wos com
mon omong toddlers . . . ond the profit power componir-,
would seldom venture out into the rural oroos. When thev
did, they usuollv asked severol thousand dollars tor ο lew
hundred feet of line.
The REA wos created to bring clectric service to rwrol
areas without demanding of the consumer he poy for ο tine
which he wouldn't own It wos thought thot the existing
power componics would borrow the low-interest Ρ.ΕΛ loon
funds ond bring electricity to rural America.
But most power companies rlecl>ned. A »ookrsmon for
the industry soid surveys showed Ihot oil formers who w inted
or could oflord electric service olrcody hod it! At that time,
I
only obouf 4 out of every 100 fsbrth Corolina formers hod
reliobir electric scrvicc
Throughout America, rurol people answered the power
cmpomes. In essence, Ihty soid, "We'll toll our own." They
organized corporoli'.^rij of ο nonprofit nature, borrowed REA
loco funds, and built 1,000 electric systems to bring light and
piv ?· to themselves, and to oil who would join with them
end s1 ere the costs ol debt and operating expenses.
Ni'>w that the bosie investment hos been made, and
ru"-.l nople are paying off the REA loons rnd gaining equity
In thrir syr.iems, some ol »be powsr compomes would like to
step in ood take over.
[.&<■ tho little Herl ΙΙ«·η, the number-own'·™ of rurol
electric cxptrolivcs don't ihink much of ibis ideo. Thev
r!i'J the work and they d like to enjoy the rewords: Low-cost
electric power.
"Owned By Those It Serves"
Brunswick Electric Membership Corp·

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