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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Grainger of Tabor City anneunre the engagement of their
daughter. Marjorie Neil, to Samuel Lathum Whitehurst.
Jr., of New Bern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Whitehurst.
Miss Grainger and Mr. Whitehurst. Jr. are both students
at Wake Forest College, Winston-Salem. A June wedding
is planned.
'■ Engaged — Mr. and Mrs. Sain
3 Buffy, ol Luns, announce the
marriage of their daughter.
Helen Elizabeth t ο Kiliott
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bayton Smith of Windy Hi!!
Beach. S. C. The couple were
married Nov. 30, and mill
g. -make their home at Windy
HIII Eeah
Conrrrunity
Caroling This
Sunday Night
Tlu· annual Christmas carol
ing an »und the town Christ
mas tree sponsored by the
Luris Ministerial Alliance, will
be hcjjö Sunday night, follow
ing tin; Christmas Cantata at
tih*.· MetHndist tthurch. ,
caroling scheduled, fo
begin at 8:30 p.rm.
The master of ceremonies
for the event will be Ken
(Shan·, rupper) Lovell.
Arthur McQueen, represent
ing the Presbyterian Church,
will till the Christmas Story
from the book of St. Luke .
Singing will be led by Lest
er Branham. pastor < f the First
Baptist Church. Susan Milli
gan will provide special mus
ic. The accompanyist will be
Mrs. George Lay.
'ßee/ Is Plentiful At
Market In December
BY BETTY P. \VATKINS
Consumer Information
Specialist
Clever fiH>d shoppers include
' beef frequently in December
menus as supplies of beef are
Einple. Indications are that 15
percent more tattle is moving
to market now than at the
same time last year. Mote
than likely prices will con
tinue favorable for the coii
J sumer.
Not all : teer is steak! Many
I different retail cats of beef
I are obtained from the carcass,
and they sell at widely differ
ent prices. The more desirable
. antl higher priced steak cuts
i represent only a small pro
' portion of the total carcass.
I Approximately 24 percent of
the carcass consists of steak.
, cuts. Of this amount (5 percent 1
is porterhouse, T-Bone. and ,
j Club. The li>rgt*t percent of !
steak cuts comes from the |
round, approximately 10 per
cept. Sir <>in steaks make up 3 .
ι per.ent of the carcase.
About 32 percent of the car- '
cass consists < f roast cuts. Of
this total amount, 19 percent
is chuck. 8 percent is lib, and
5 percent is rump roasts.
1 Twenty-four per.ent of the
carcass is used for stew meat
and ground beef. The remain
ing 2(1 pcrcent is classilied as
waste.
An all-time record pecan
crop is moving to market.
While supplies are plentiful,
prepare you.· favorite recipes >
using pecans.
Pork supplies are readily j
available and may be featur- j
ed items at the meat counter ι
this week and in the weeks to
• come .
At the product countcr, yuu
I will lind apples available in
I "ooil supply. Cranberries are
als« readily available.
South Carolina collards,
mustard and turnip green;,
turnips and tups are featured
items at the vegetable count -
! -«"· South Carolina sweet pi ta
toes also continue in ample
supp y.
i Gleaners Class
The Gleaners Sunday School
I CIhss of the Tabor City Baptist
Church met Monday nigiit
with Mrs. Wood row Grainger
! with Mrs. James Brice as co
I hostess.
Gifts were exchanged and
refreshments of pie and coffee
j were served by the hostesses.
Thirteen members were
! present.
The Grr.inger home was
t beautifully decorated in the
: Christmas motif.
Mrs. Grainger gave the pro
1 gram «.»titled "The Meaning of
I Christmas."
Weds Isaac Hardwick Jr.
Linda Ann Μ atthews
..... wer«.· solemnized bv the Ri>v
were solemnized by the Rev.
Kenneth Word, pastof of the
chur.h. The bride is the dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Matthews of Longs and the
bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Isaac M- Hardwick. Sr. and
the late Mr. Hardwick.
Mrs. Leon Vaught. pianist
played traditional wedding
music and Mrs. Lucille But
ler sang "The Sweetest Story
Ever Told" and "The Wed
ding Prayer."
Given in marriage by her
brother. Billy James Matthews,
the bride wore a street length
dress of white woll. She car
ried a white prayer book to
ped with white feathered car
nations and li!ac.
Miss Ruby Hardee, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor j
and only attendant. She wore'
a street length dress of gold)
wool and carried a crescent
bouquet of bronze chrysanthe
mums and white lilac.
Marion Faile of Washington,
D. C.. was his brother-in-law's
best man. Ushers were Carson
Hardwick of Galivants Ferry,
cousin of the groom, and Tom
I. Matthews, brother of the
bride.
The couple will make their
home in Galivants Ferry.
H'ANTE? — Someone with
good credit to take over pay
ments on almost new cabin
et model AUTOMATIC ZIG
ZAG Sewing Machine in this
area. Guarantee still good.
Balance only $57.16. Fu:i de
tails write National's Credit
Dept., Box 5126. Charlotte,
j ?*· C. Dec.18-Jan.29c
Μ τ-: > —
Miss Linda Ann Matthews1
bec.-.me the bride of Isaac Mc
Neil Hurdwick, Jr., of Gaiiv
ants Ferry, on November 10,
at noon at Buck Creek Baptist ,
Church, Longs.
The double ring ceremony ,
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. anil Mrs. Avan Watts of Tabor City announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Patricia Ann -o Mr. Ronald Johnson Miller,
son off anu Mrs. Horace Miller of Tabor Γ ity. Miss Watts is a 1963 graduate of Green
Sea High School, and Mr. MlUer graduated frjm Tabor City High School in 1961. The wed
ding is planned for Decembbsr 21 at 7 P. M.
Cherry Grove News
By Mrs. Emma Strickland
The Reev. Hafis Bertsching
er of Lebanon. Holy Land and
Sr. Russell Ridgeway, origin
ally from Fayetteviile, now a
missionary to the Holy Land,
s were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Vail Turbeville Saturday night
for supper. Dr. Ridgeway has
I been doing mission work for
fifteen years, and will be go
ing to Jamacia in January.
Rev. Berlschinger is an in
structor in the Holy Land.
AT ATEND FUNERAL
Mrs. Lela Strickland and
Mrs. Catherine Richardson at
tended the funeral of George
Eddy in Georgetown. S. C.,
! last Thursday.
j SYMPATHY EXTENDED
I We extend our sympathy to
τ- \
Mr. Charles Enzor and family
in the death uf his wife.
PERSONAL NOTES
Waldo Worley of Wilming
ton spent the weekend in
Washington, D. C.. visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Morris and Mr.
and Mrs. Don Taylor.
Mrs. Willie Coleman remains
very ill at her home.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Simp Coleman during the
week were: Mrs. Rowena Watts
and Allen Jean of Nichols;
Mrs. Freeman Wilson, Mitchell
and Pavid Wilson of Florence;
and Mrs. Aria Floyd and Linda
of Whitcville.
Mrs. Homsey Strickland has
returned home after spending
several weeks in Washington,
D. C., and Maryland.
— r*
iv
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cole
man and Mrs. Judy Buffkin
went to Florence Saturday.
Pittman Strickland visited in
Kingstree, S. C., Monday.
Mrs. Harvey Coleman spent
the weekend in Spring Hope
and Carner visiting Mrs. Myr
tle Mitchell and Edward Cole
man.
Milton Coleman of State
College, Raleigh, was home
for the weekend.
There is an old age of the
heart, and a youth that never
grows old.
—Mary Baker Eddy
To bo seventy years young
is sometimes far more cheer
lul and hopeful than to be
ortV years old.
. u \—c
LETTER TO SANTA
Dear Santa,
1 am a little sir!, three years
old, and 1 want you to bring
me a N;.ncy Nurse set and a
baby carriage, and a tea set.
1 want a little stove with real
pots to cook in.
Cindy Lou -Sug^s
I love you,
Dear Santa,
My name is Wanda Jewel
Morris. I am four years old.
I have been a good little girl.
Please bring, me a doll ba4y
and a dull carriage. Α ι so αη
ironing board ~<:nd an irbn arid
a lot of pretty clothes. Also
bring Renina Norris a tri.ycle
and a doll baby too. I will
have you some cake and coffee
when you come Christmas eve.
So please don't forget me. Re
member my parents and
grandparents also.
Love,
Wanda Jewell Norris
Dear Santa.
Just a few lines to say hello.
1 would like to have an air
rifle and a football suit. And
a surprise.
Thanks.
Ricky Todd
! Dear S;mta.
ι
1 am u little boy seven years J
old, and in the second grade,
lint 1 have been sick in the |
Lor is Community Hospital.
The nurses were gtK>d to mc.
Also Dr. Jchn D. Thomas Jr.
P.case don't forget them at
Christmas. I would like a base
ball set, cowboy suit, and a
tarm set, a pair of shoes and I
some sapks, and fruit and nuts, ι
3lyase Ain't forget my ^thnjC4,
ttJe nephews and my ^little I
niece. They have been gool al
so, and we all love you.
Love,
Bily Gene Hardee
Dear Santa Claus.
1 will be four years old Feb.
G, 1964. I have been a good
boy. 1 would like for Christ
mas. a tractor with plow disk
and trailer, a cowboy suit with
boots, hat. set -of guns and
guitar. Also fruit and candy.
Timmy Fowler
Jones St.
Tabor City
sing out for.
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Pretty but not very practical... and who wants
a peacock anyway?
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Electric skillet for Mother—power tools for Dad
-bottle warmer for the baby-corn popper for
the teen-agers — elec
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grand-parents. And,
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Whatever small electric wonder you give—you
can be sure it will be used.
Moni likes electric housewares bccausc they're
so pretty. be<idcs being serviceable. Holiday en
tertaining is easier with electric housewares —
they're attractive enough to go on the tabic.
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