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greatly cheapened through ov erproduction is legislation. «■nil harangue at U. N. «eesioT*, they would be willing to pav for the privilege. Bethel News I ny MKS. LLOYD 1IINSON WRITTEN FOR LAST WEEK Mrs. Ray Duncan, a recent bride* was honored Friday evening with a shower, at the Fellowship Hall of the church. Co-hostesses were Mis. Byron Cox and Mrs. Johnnie Powell. The honoree was presented a corsage of white roses upon arrival. Games were directed by Mrs. Johnnie Powell and Miss An gelia Powell. Prize winner was Mrs. IvTaure Gore. The Hall was pretty with ar rangement of white gladiolus , and greenery. The gift table was covered with a white linen cloth and laden with gifts. After the honoree opened her many nice and useful gifts, refreshments were served from ; an appointed table, overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of white lilies and greenery·. Miss Carolyn Duncan served punch from a Crystal Punch Bowl. Misses Linda Duncan. Saundra and Shelie Cox. Mrs. Bennie Duncan and Mrs. John nie Powell and Mrs. Byron Cox assisted in serving nuts, potato chips, vegetabl thins, ritz crackers with cheese spread, mints and cup cakes to ap proximately thirty guests. Miss Linda Duncan presided j at the register. The Bethel Home Demon stration Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Johnnie Powell. Mrs. Powell gave the devotion. Mrs. Elaine Blake. Home Agent of Whitev.Ue gave the Demonstration on Dress For The Occasion. Mrs. J. C. Ward. Jr. gave out pamphlets on Table Setting and Care. Ques tions and Answers Session fol lowed. The hostess served assorted cookies and soft drinks to the eight membbers present. Vacation Bible School closed at Bethel Friday. We had a very successful one and we wish lo thank each and everyone who helped in any way. Twenty-two members of the I Β it ιοί Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the I chdrch Sunday night for Ihfir I regular meeting with Mrs. J. Ε Lone presiding. Mrs. W. L>. Gore presented the piuKiuin entitled The Na tion Council of Churches — I What It Is and Does. Those taking part were — Mrs. J. E. Long. Mrs. J. C. Ward, Mrs. . Howard Ward. Mrs". V. B. Ward ι and Ms. Uuton Long. Mrs. Coolidgc Wright was a. visitor. A general clean-up will begin j at the church Friday morning at 8.00 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Woodarii. of Hamlet. Mr. and Airs. Rich ard Barkley. Danny and Jef fery of Gastonia were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis. Billy and Daphne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Johnson. Ronnie, Rita, Peggy. Deanna. j Nancy anil Elaine llinson were at Lake Wacci|maw Sunday. ι Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Powell! accompanied Mr. and Mrs. P. j W. Ray of Whitevillc to Wil mington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Strick- j land. Cyn'hia Stanley. Ber Hunt and Ronald Hinson were; at Lake Waeeamaw Sunday | Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ressie Hinson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gurganus, Teresa and Kent returned home Tues day of last week from visiting relatives in Florida. Mrs. Bert Gurganus who had visited there ι l· for some time returned home I Ii j also. j Λ Mr. and Mrs. Bernnie Vero- ι nee. Bernard anil Cheryl of Richmond, Va. spent the week end here with relatives. Ber nard remained here for the summer. Kent Gurganus is a patient, at James Walker Memorial Hospital in Wilmington. He underwent surgery last Friday His mother is with him. ; Teresa Gurganus of Lebanon j Is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Ressie Hinson. MORE MORE Visiting the J. D. Hinson's recently wen—Mr. and Mr::. Jennings Edge. Gary and Ad ! ι ianna. Mrs. Boy Trest aiul ι ι Roy, Jr., Mr. anil Mrs. A. 1)., Mcl.amb of Shallotte. Janus McLamb of Ash, and HaroM j Babson of Whiteville. Mr. anil Mrs. Tom Gore and | Jeffery, Jiinmie Gore and Mary Gilliland were in Tim monsville and at the Beach Sunila.v. Mr. and Mrs. AI Koach, El- ! •Ii, Beth and Lee of Char >tte were weekend guests of Ir. and Mrs. C. W. Todd. Bar y. M.i/.zie and Kim at the teach home at Howell's Point. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vaught nd Linda Gore were in Green ille Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hinson 1 nd Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. J. j I. Hinson attended The VV»1— ; ains IUiritan Picnic at Lake ' iTaccamaw last Thursday al't inoon. They, visited Mr. and j Irs. Linkney Williams of 'larendott that night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gore and mis were visiting relatives in lour«•.sville recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Ander en ο I XVhiteville were Sunday . light supper guests of Mr. ' David Ward of UNC is home for the Summer. Ben Hunt a student at NS HEO. Charlotte spent the weekend here. Mrs. Mattie Gore and Neldia of Clinton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hinson to An drews. S. C. where they were weekend guests of Mr. an.l Mrs. Foster Reynolds. Mitchell Strickland and Lloyd Hinson enjoyed fishing :;t Town Creek Saturday. Happy üirthday to—Howard Ward, Jr., Walter Ward, Judy Long. David Lung, Sterling Duncan. Saimny Williams, j Fred Herbert, Jerry Stephens, I Tommy Anderson, Patsy Gore j Collins, David Ward, Annie j Pearle Carlisle King, and Danny Lung, and Billy Lewis. I and Mrs. Norman Ward. ' MEN ARE HAPPY IN HANES! Reinforced «eckbaai keeps its shape, 'j Hanes is America's ' favorite T-shirt—size-fast, highly absorbent, and it's cut long to stay tucked in. Small, medium, large, extra large. Still 3 for $2.95 And did ytu ever hear of shorts with a seamless seat! Nothing to bind! Hanes Giwies® are Sanforized® and bias-cut to g-i-v-e in the ^stretches. Two styles in < solid white or stripes. 28 to 44. Still 3 for $2.95 Reinforced straps make this Hanes undershirt very dura ble, yet you pay no more! Highly absorbent combed cotton. Full-cut to stay tucked in. S-M-L-XL Still onlv 3 for $2.50 Reinforced supporting seams make Hanes double-panel briefs a bigger buy than J§ ever! Knit from soft, ~ absorbent cotton—white as white can be! Heat-resistant elastic in waistband and leg openings. 28 to 44. Still 3 for HANES $2.95 RUEY'S CLOTHING STORE TABOR CITY, N. C. Γ CARLOAD SHIPMENT | LAWN MOWERS λαηγ Styles And Sixes To Choose From | W. F. Cox Company ha« a few of the famous easy-spin heavy duty lawn mower with 3 horse power Brigg· · Stratton motor, finger tip control and adjustable wheels equipped with the new snarlc safety blade for a longer life. These mowers are built to out last all other mowers on the market and are the finest mowers that money can buy. For the lazy person that likes to ride see the all New Roof Rider. _t /ν·· «ΐΑ9· η # · r oiks, W. Γ. WA vv/mrnni ι· 1··»»»«».^ »« v« u..uc uv nuul, lleavv UUIV . _w_ Mower. Thi. fower has a β horse Wisconsin Air C ool Heavy Duty Motor. All the power you need for all your mowinf jobs, large or small. This mower has a heavy duty one unit electrical welded frame construction, heavy duty rim fripper tires wi th all steel welded wheels. They are also nromotina i S-S 24" ROOi M0W" W',h ·" ,h* U'*" '»1»«.·".»... Th.r. i. mower ,1.1.7.« aTSTIK The W. F. Cox Company has also the Famous Hard·· Tractor Sprayer. The Sprayer every body's talking about Get the old worm before he fete your to bacco with a Hardee Tobacco Spray aft W. F. Cox Company, Tabor City and Loris. Mr. Farmer now that you have your tobacco out, what are you doing about the old Tobacco Worm? Are you going to let the worm get your tobacco before you fe him? You won't if you hare a Bull· Eye Bug Catcher. The Bull· Eye Bug Catcher will cut your insecticide 75% and ha· a money back guarantee. Get your bug catcher at W. F. Cox Company, Tabor City and Lori· today. · « TAKE A LOOK AT THOSE APPLIANCE CORPSf iWoRN OR FRAVEP CORPS COUIO START A P/SAS7ROOS f/RE-PERHAPS COST YOU YOUR HOME... VOUR J-/FE. /ASPECT YOl/fiC —REPLACE PEFECTtVE CORK IMMEPtATELVf Waccamaw Gets OK For New Branch C. L. Titr, President of the Waccamaw Hank and Trust Company announced today that approval for e> tiblishinu a full power bilk in Lumberton has been re ceived from the Federal Iii· surance Corporation. They further announce they hope to be open and It· ready for the operation the latter part of July. ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaner SALES To All Types Repairs & Service Vacuum Cleaners E. W. HENDRIX Post Office Box 71 Tabor City — l'hune 3071 lit presenting a «»rfes of 52 arts on«· each Kcfk on (lie "Cars of the rast" and the f irs! person to clip this ad and bring to the dealership with the correct name and year model of the car written on the ad will receive ON'K SILVER DOLLAR. In case o.ic correctly identifies the car ONE SILVER DOLLAR will b,· added each week, until the car name ar.d model is Ruessrd correctly. Progressive City Motor Sales- Inc. four Friendly Ford Dealer /ίΓΓΓΐ* hWfi SERVICE SALES NEW CARS AND TRUCKS — » SEI» CARS Cure-A-Motic Jet Tobacco Curer ''Positively No Green — No Sweat — Less Oil" ——j— tsfi The New Cure-A-Matic Jet Tobacco Curer was designed for safe, economical, depend· able curing. Cure-A-Matic features all galvanize Heat Duct Construction, leg supports for faster installation, twin-nozzles for efficient oil combustion and short burner for more convenient service. ★ ★ Special Features ★ ★ The heart of the Cure - A - Matic Jet is the Automat! c Advance Thermostat which auto matically advances the heat gradually to prevent freining and sweating of tobacco. This control is standard on Cure-A-Matfc_"eOO". Specially designed combustion chamber gives best distribution of heat. Standard equipment on Cure-A-Matic "500" and "600". ■ miü 3πυντ ι,υκ£·Α·ιΠΑ ι it LUKtä KUR LESS! MOST 1β χ 20 BARNS CURE FOR ! ESS THAN $20. Prices Start At $245 Installed. See Ths New Advance In Curing At The W. F. COX CO. TABOR CITY, N. C.