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Deaths And Funerals
ΚΓ · r HUHU r. WILSON Funeral aervieea wer· held Thursday for Homer Franklin Wl'sm, ββ, of Ei. 8. Conway, who died Tueaday In Conway \ a / Hospital after a brief Ulness. Burial was in Cedar Grove cemetery after services con ducted from the Horry Baptist church by the Rev. Leroy Elvis. I the Rev. Ayers Edge and th ι Rev. Carl Anderson. Pallbearers were Daniel Jor ! dan. Dozier Duncan. Irwi Jordan, Julian Umtelier, Hop ρ I Haben and Burley McDowell. I Mr. Wilson was born in _ Kock ngham, N. C·, 011 Mar. „ II. 1H97, a son of the late t Mamie and Jolin Kufus Wilson. He was a member oi Horry Baptist eh jit It and a vet e. an of World War I. bavin» served in the U. S. Army in France Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lena Jordan Wilson. Ht. 5. Conway: two sons. Clyde W.lson, Charlotte. X. C., John Wilson. Gallivants Ferry: live daughters. Mrs. Lloyd 'Virgin ia) Hürrelson, Conway, Mrs. Aaron «Kathleen* Heavy, Gal livants Ferry. Miss Margaret Wilson, Charlotte. Miss Bon nie Sue Wilson, Miss Juanita Wilson, both of Ht. 5, Conway: one b.othir Carl Wilson, El lehe. ιΝ. C.; two sisters, M s. Anna Covington, Mrs. Hertha Blakcly, both of Fllerlie, .V MRS. WALTER PATTERSON Mrs. Bell Roberte Patterson. 57. of Loris, died Wednesday Nov. 20, in Martin Hospital. Muli ins. A native of llorry County. I she was the daughter of the late Ludie Grainger and Will Roberts. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Thursday from Green Sea Baptist Church, with in terment in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery. Survivors include her hus band. Walter Patterson; one son, Gene Patterson of the \ home: three daughters. Mrs. II zel Gray of Raleigh. N. C.. and Mrs. Myrtle Ford and Mr*. Mildred Housnnd of Nichols: j tim e sistcs. Airs. Art IluTforilj of Loris. Miss Mary Roberts j of Charleston and Mrs. Eunice1 Rrmsey of Monettn: two bro- J thcrs, Davis and Tom Roberts . of Loris. and her stepmother. Mrs- Bertha Roberts of Loris. j « 1,1·. Κ HITLER Lee Butler, 55, farmer of the Gurley section of Horry Coun tv, died in a I.oris hospital Thursday morning after an illness of sin days. Funer:il services were held at 10:3(1 a. m. Saturday at the home <>f his daughter, \lr>. Simon Lewis, near Gurl< y »auiiuH ΛΟΗ ημ 1|ΗΛ\ officiating· Burial vv ;s in th> Butler Fa>r.ily Cemetery Rt. 1. Cerro Gordo, N. C. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Mary Magdalene Fowl» r Butler: eight sons, John, James, Billy Wayne, Raleigh, Earl. R nnio, Chester and Jerry Lee Butler, all < ; Rt. 3. Lor is: three (laujIiHrs, Mis. Simon I.«.wis. Miss Ma>v Magdalene But er and Miss Margaret ι utler. ail <·ι Loris: one brother. Joe Butler of Cerro Go. do. N. C. NF.VVBERRY . . . Newberry county's beef tattle may bbe facing ί bit ak winter. According to County Aicnt A. F. Busby, the county's beof cattle aie headed into the winter in poorer condition and with less feed on ham! than for any past year. Short past ures and stored feed supplies have resulted from extended dry weather till ing the late summer and fall. ALLENDALE Allendale county farmers have apparently found a' new crop — Coastal Bermuda Hay. Formerly, most Coastal Ber muda was grazed. County Agent VV. H. Flin ches says demand continues good for haled Coastal hay. Growers expect the supply to be depleted if orders continue to come in. Americans today have near ly S47 billion invested in U." S. Savings Bonds—a powerful answer to the people who threaten to bury us economic ally. Little River i Incorporation Plans Made LITTLE R1VKK — This com munity. one of the few in the Grund Strand chain which is uiu'oiitolidand. is m u k i η g strides t-tward incorporation into α township. The Little Itiver Improve I mcnt Association, an organiza tion s t up to improve various phases of civic development, has been tanned the forerun ner of an all-out drive toward incorporation. Th_t step is planned for next year. I The Rev. Joseph If. Flood, second vice president of the association sail!, "Many people wanted to incorporate this year, hut my strong opposition could have defeated the move, since our people α e not united. . This move 'the association) will unite and organize the resi dents with the primary goal of ultimate incorporation." In the meantime, the organi zation has taken on certain im mediate goals in the field of c ο in in it η i t y inmp. ovement. Among these are the acquiring of α file truck and fire fighting equipment, extensive water front improvement and im provement to the community's highway markers. j ■ 7 - English 1 temÄ .. . the fllft sei of ALL- PURPOSE LOTlOM and DEODORANT STICK - ' J.OO ten Individually, ALL-PtlRPO$E IOTJON »2.00 ss.e© se.ao DEODORANT STICK «1.0Q Leder-Potter Tabor City Mr. Eldred Hickman And His Staff Request The Honor Of Your Presence At Their Holiday Fantasy Which Will Be Held On Sunday, December First, From Ttvo Until Seven O'clock In The Afternoon Please Come! And Bring Your Friends! ···· CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE HICKMAN'S FLORIST Hickman Road Tabor City, N. C. 1 if WECT — Channel 6 — Wilmington, N. C. THURSDAY 12:00Γ 1st Impression 12:30 Truth or Con. 12:55 News 1:00 Jim Bums 1:30 World Turns 2:00 People will talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Queen for Day 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Match Game 4:25 News 4:30 Make Room 6:00 Robin Hood 5:30 Lone Ranger 6:00 Ben McDonald 6:30 Sports 6:35 Twin State Trio 6:55 Weather 7:00 H. Brinkley 7:30 Battleline 8:00 Beverly HBilli's 8:30 Dr. Kildare 9:30 Hazel 10:00 Exp in Excell. 11:00 Weather, News· 11:15 Tonight Show FRIDAY 12:00 1st Impression 12:30 Truth or Con. 12:55 News 1:00 Jim Burns 1:30 World Turns 2:00 People will talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Queen for Day 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Matoh Game 4:25 News 4:30 Mnk«» Hoona 5:00 Robin Hood I 5:30 Ozzie & Harriet 6:35 Η. Briarhoppev 6:35 Twin State Trie 6:55 Weather 7:00 H. Brinkley 7:30 Greatest Show 9:30 Bub Hupe 9:30 Harry's Girls 10:00 Jack Paar 11:00 Weather, News 11:15 Tonight Show SATURDAY [2:00 Sgt. Preston 2:30 Bullwinkle 1:00 Exploring 2:00 Football Prev 2:15 Football 3:00 Wrestling 4:00 Days Ahead 5:00 NFL Hilites 5:30 Capt. Gallant 6:00 Bill Dana Show 6:30 NBC News 6:45 News, Sports 6:55 Wc-ather 7:00 Grindl 7:30 Lieutenant 8:30 Joey Bishop 9:00 Movies 11:00 Feature Movie 2:00 Wrestling SUNDAY 12:00 U. S. Navy 12:30 Big Picture 1:00 Pro Football 4:00 TBA 2:00 Pro Football 5:00 Wild Kingdom 5:30 GE Col Bowl 6:00 Meet the Press 6:30 J. McPheeters 7:30 Walt Disney :30 My 3 Sons 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Ben Casey 11:00 Feature Movie MONDAY 12:00 1st Impression 12:30 Truth or Con. 12:55 News 1:00 Jim Burns 1:30 World Turns 2:00 People will talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Queen for Day 1 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Match Game 4:25 News 4:30 Make Room 5:00 Robin Hood 5:30 Beany & Cecil 6:00 Ben McDonald 6:30 Sports 6:35 H. Briarhopper 6:55 Weather 7:00 H. Brinkley 7:30 Movies 9:30 Hennessey 10:00 Sing Along 11:00 Weather, News 11:15 Tonght Show TUESDAY 12:00 1st Impression 12:30 Truth or Con. 12:55 News 1:00 Jim Burns 1:30 World Turns 2:00 People will talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 1 3:00 Queen for Day 1 3:30 Edge of Night 1 4:00 Match Game t.&u news 4:30 Make Room 5:00 Robin Hood 5:30 Yogi Bear 6:00 Ben McDonald 6:30 Sports 6:35 TBA 6:55 Weather 7:00 H. Brinkley | 7:30 Mr. Novak 8:30 McHales Navy 9:00 Golden Age 0:00 Telephone Hr. t 1:00 Wea.. News 1:15 Tonight Show VKDNF.SDAY 2:00 1st Impression ' 2:30 Truth or Con. ; 2:55 News 1:00 Jim Burns , 1:30 World Turns 1 2:00 People will talk , 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Queen for Day j 3:30 Edge of Night f 4:00 Match Game 4:25 News 4:30 Make Room 5:00 Robin Hood 5:30 Hkby Hound 6:00 Ben McDonai'* 6:30 H. Briarhopper 6:45 Tob. Mkt. 6:55 Weather 7:00 H. Brinkley r:30 The Virginian 9:00 Mystery Thea. D:00 11th Hour 1:00 Weather, News 1:15 Tonight Show IF ITS PERFECTION YOU WANT jWE HAVE IT Why Not H«at Your Home With An Elegantly Designed Oil Htator? . J oil HCATKIKS An Oil Heater Looks Gcod And Heat· Well. BASY TERMS AT TUM HARDWARE & FIMITURE CO. Ftfth St. — Tabor City, N. C. — E igene Grainger, Mgr. Phon· or Write PEGGY BLAKE: SHOP: Friday 'til ·! 1 our Personal Shopper. SHOP: Saturday »III 6! | Γ to help you dhop! GLAMOROUS ROBES THAT ARE TRULY FEMININE! What a wonderful Christmas gift! Be a warm hearted Santa . . . wrap her in a robe from our collection designed for feminine flattery and casual comfort.. We've the lengths, the styles, the fabrics and colors she prefers. / 14.95 - 25.00 Long Hostess Robes 25.00 - 45.00 A Wonderful Selection Daniel Green Slippers Sizes 5-10, AA-B 6.00 - 3.50 'TIS A MONTH BEFORE CHRISTMAS . . .and the scenc at Bclk-Berry Is one of excitement in an atmosphere merry. Like the stocking that hung from the chimney with care. We've strung shining tinsel and lights everywhere. It's all quite impressive and delightfully gay. It's a setting that's perfect for gifts on display. There are gifts from afar and gifts from near. More gifts than you'd hope to find any where. Many are now and unusual, too. And we'd be delighted to show them to you. Fur the Belk-Bcrry family of sales personnel Get their greatest enjoyment from treat ing you well. So whenever yon shop here there's no need to fret 'Cause it's red-carpet treatment you'll surely get. These are the things you'll not want to miss. These wonderful things that make Christ mas. Christmas. BELK-BEERY — WILMINGTON, Ν. C. Read The Want Ads < Now-'64 Chevy Π... WMMMM—— ""MB—"»w— a - «·»*«■■■-*·· «. with a V8 engine Now you see it. Now yon don't. When a Chew II Ηη«ι κ«,««««—ι— — mru Kind of disappearing act you know without looking twice: It's a '64 with a V8 engine. That's right. A full-grown 195-hp Turbo-Fire V8.· It's available for the first time this year along with a choice of three other engines—the standard 4 (in 100 Series sedans), the standard 6 and a new 155 hp 6.* (And all of them maintain their high spirits on modest amountsof regular gasoline.) MSLUiLL But the changes aren't confined to what A«k ahiui« m «Mil t .HI· /W« οι ι ill ΙΛ^ me «rivcr s seat. Tnere are new styling feature« like the tasteful grille design and trim accent«, for instance. And the larger self adjusting brakes that further reduce upkeepon a car that already has a reputation of coming about as close to perpetual motion as anything on four wheels can get. The place to get the full details on the '64 H|mmm y°UI* Chevrolet dealer's. And after you've got them, we hope you'll attend to one further detail yourself. Drive it. «»txita mi η«™ «ν im wwii»iii μπ| book at your Chevrolet dealer'· PRIME MOTOR COIPMY, INCORPORATE! TABOR CITY, N. C. PHONE 3341 Mfg. License 11 .