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A large crowd from tho fliffi
towns Jn'Duplih County '
", tournament, making u; t-
of Contract and Aucb J i
Rummy. Rcqlt, Set f
nkiA WAS irlveata .th l
: t io three days:
i inter, charged with dis-
; crona without" paying
. . f' :uunt paid costs and
a was 'dismissed.,. r v' ,i e
.ie (JraAy,- ctarged with' Jar-
y and receiving. Nol .pros with
j Hampton Andrews, charged with
! assault on a female. Former judg-
. ---tlment in tbk cause being complied
t.joro Jvith tift ceio was distiiissedJ-
and t . .James Lof tin, charged- with as
theae ! j;ault 03 a female: Defendant ap-
jarcd :.th aMwer:n!oWpfaacg
intiKie at next term
. . 1 Inw llousebreak
rocny. Nol pros with
"' Grand prlzoa were awarJcd as ,it& farmer- order and the- i
' s ' ' - ' ' ' 'was continued.. . v - . "
Contract1 bridge: Uisn Leo r James iRose, Jj, , charge with,
Ballentine, of Rose Hill, N. ''C. i jfass&ult , with deadly weanon;.' pes--
" Tudze R. Hunt Parker, of atifent M 'uCssioH of Wposkey ,anaf operating
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AUCtiOIl UriUge: U. U. V.WWU-T wm uuuiuwauw no juuuivun
in of Konansville, tt.O?
T..-U, kit. t.; . T.' vvii
Mrs. Harvey Boney.' 'V
Rummy: Miss ifiranda-McJuenaon,
autb 'While lntoxatedhfi action
hhti'been comnlied with.
.' W; Carroll charged with as
iktilWitn deadly weapo with in
tent to' kllfc IOs 'ordered fcv.the
Hearts-Dice: Luke HotnrtcMrV Court 'tbaVexecUliqn issue., on. the J
it V Wells J. O. Bowman.' ' I Judgment nbsolufqand. Jat ixir
Kook: jrs j u vuiuuij, u.. w-. - - ;T-.rirv-r:srr? rwf..
n Newton. r v . 1 , , 1 r,T Mwn.(. j;i "''Jf - ,
Jew? BeTS-htaftoa o whiSkey: tt is
- lOllOWH . jura.. cii y.,v-i 4ri aii,.. ai rn.i.
V .idwritnviiffl .iwJdme Wayne -County. '
SoSS oUvKtoKen:-' Ft-selhargeta Iri as
"lle',C.; ifrfGbert Honef ". 1?'?
ITKpI. WW . Assault
t s raair Wallace N' O' f 1- e'defenO
. At the conclusion w u" b phanccwitli ihe fbrmer 'order jm&
refreshments consisting of sand- - cfliT4-ia e(,wtttnied. - i
wiches and hot coif ee, were 'served. , f; Id
The tail, carts wtf owbo tv'jr:rry'; , :f 7 , 7
sketches of the court house smade '"m r1"'"
' - Llf WiUiam' wfcauis JiLowe
jyirs. it. u. 01
made a talk on this cause ' and TT' T 3,
ad a list of donations mTide by CoJW an dfaUed. - g
merchants throughout the County. I z- B1radsw- S'mplf
Dr. G. Y. Gcoding won the.Auc-,11 W to ttartt thfe
lion rtiKii Buore huu rwiwouiucr, , - , ,. , ' 7 l
subscription to mwvriAN r- - ; -
TIMES, donated by the Time
The tournament petted, for the
ladles about 23i,This amount wjth
what the; already have, on hand
with they already - have ln 1 hand
'for the project will give them a
start, Plans are to plow ' up the
court house grounds and sow in
ftrass, set out sbubbsry -about the
grounds- and to place1 a -chain 'or
lence around the waHc for protec
tion." - -
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cost anoV.fiiie ifloaed iiv.h case
Fi iendship Nws
,j MISS MARTHA ftWCfSON
"7 'I f I ;
lea i '
: C I 1 :..i vrth lar-
cc ii j us with
lci :' y-
1 , 7 charged with
sti , u larc cny, gave
bp" 1 !
my and 1.
La-. de . Williams. House-breaking
and .Jarceny. Because defendant is
new serving prison , sentence ,; in
another state tins action was or
dered to gcoff docket. -V
John .Newton, alias Pork Chops.
Possession of whiskey for purpose
of sale, Noji pros with leave. , ?.,
-M. T, Henderson. Housebreaking
and larpfcny. t i
HaHie Teachey. Violatmg fishing
law,' 'Defendant having paid costs
imposed at December., term, the
sase was dismissed.
. : i Buster Hill charged with. murder
continued. ' 1 , . i
-i Alphonza Cox. ' Housebreaking
and lareeny. Continued. . ,
. :Jessle Wright was found guilty
of Assault with deadly, weapon.
Sentenced' to the roads ,for. 5
montto. , 'ft i , ,i
i Gihbona Hicks. Resistina: an of
i: Oftr Lamb rand i: Mary , Lamb.
Transporting vand selling . .whiskey.
Transferred Ito General , County
r.Pearlie, Herring was found not
guilty of breaking . and entering
Ana larceny charge. . . ,
v Joseph; Adftins. entered a plea of
not guilty to a charge of assault
HUtht4eadly weapon. At the close
of the state's evidence the defend
ant,: through his . counsel, tendered
a plea ; of assault with i deadly
weapon.-Sentenced to the roads for
wi . .
i to the W. '
i in play. C
i by drawii-
. after whi
i ensued. t i
ie game M
Id high score .
;rton held se. i . i.
ess served a i iis
rmbblenz: - salad ; :se
e while the bu.i s of
iis belhg conduct j.
3 present were: I. tunes
nams, Nancy . Ju:; ulcy,
rr, Kethryn Sitterson,
: WUliams, Pattie Loiyn,
1, Becky Edgerton, Bettie
sts wert Thelma Smith
iy Wells, aisO of Kenans-
that lnstanta capias issue.
Ctara Lewis. A?eftWb. with tlea
Ijt weapon'.-CsJ&tfahd if ailed. . f
' James. Hajrfs, Reckless, giving.
Called and faied-- ' " ;
SvJ.,W. Ferrell. Forgery. Instant
capias t Wilson, County: S '" &
Henry Bonham.. Simple assault.
Ordered tQ serve, the ; 30 . days ilni
jail, suspended sentence,- becstuse
defendant has not. complied with
conditions of suspended judgment
that is pay court costs. and doctor's
biUkef'.proseduUngwitnessf m Che
amount of $113.00. - f
iyLcmr- Barwick. "" Possession "and
,tranP9rtaUpa,s,o( v whiskey.,Ap
peared,' showed compliance " with
former order, and continued. -
, Tcny Pjnyatello. Charged with
- murder. .Continued. , j,,f j,j
Eddie , Holmes.. Assault with
4eady weapoif With' intent to kill.
IACT KLtB" M KETS
, ' Tho nansville Kontract Klub"
mete ednesday 'afternoon i at
3:15 w i Mrs. Irvin Burch In her
attra.:i a bungalow! Every mem
ber w; i present. Mrs.'J. B. Penny
totaled ! gh score for which she
was i cnted an attractive fruit
squeez rr.' She fuso won the travel
ling ,pc . e. The hostess ,wai asslt-
ed by li r: Joeph Wallace in erying
;)ers wuie i
Li. R. Dail; J. O. i
Gavin, J. E. Jem i, .
i and TST. B Bon y.
1 .-r tl'e usual f
u s weie Invited .
! room where the h
iH li e cream .u
i'ood CbKe and coffee.
V C.'l I
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' v, A, M.
. ,ney ar. 1 j
SPECIAL PROGRAM AT
l"w"r;A. Gavin, loqar Secretary ot For
. .Transferred to Oen-r Mlssjoni, Tne iViby)ect M
Court' " '1J "For Such X aTim ' a t..
'' We lire all glad to know that we
munity, Mr. and .MrsT twfKir.f h,mt2' t'hl,f
Rprfstrr and familv. ' 1 Bdb-Hdrst.-Hunting Without 11-
James, isheny Charged v with
: Register and family.
r- . MrJ PercY Best, of Warsaw
- --" . ,,. . . .1 ' JAIY1AQ 1 iklNhanf jr. Ahnrvo-tul nrith'
spent Tuesday , and Wednesday Z'IJIZ:, "u
night with Mr. "Wmim- "HursU f ' ,w
if ' Miss Retha Potter was the week ,uc"",jr u- 't.'
. end guest of Mr. and Mxp. ,Bn Fffi&Z!?0
Swtason and family ... . TT. SSJjMSf1 10
Miss Mattie SwiMon Jane ia ,iIntCo'irf L
.Hf.k. Drf. an.nt n.t i Herbert Barden. Assault with
: intent to kill. Continued.
iav in ML Olive. ' auu iw.uv. oe was
Swi'nson pent Satur. I ? tced to State Prison irom S
il. -i s t, i ivftaiyearsf Commrttmentiiofctois-.
- . ' ir-XttFirtS&teQ&M shall remain In
CARD OF THANKS
: We wish to extend to. pur friends
out most sincere appreciation and
' heart, felt thanks 'for your kind-
nesses-to Joe and to us during, the r-senteticed to fheVpads tojE 2 yekfs,
' sickness and death of our beloved
; son and hrother, William Joseph
Penney.-";' f - '
4. Signed Mr.'l ancTrMrs;"'Er""K.
Penney and Family. - ,
MISSING WALLACE WOMAN
. found, and to the eiroumstances of
the discovery. l-piw;t t yi. '
The jury of inquest was . in ses-
. fdon about three hours, and reached
a verdict about 10:80 'elofcki Ail
: thoritles :' ; wtniM - mention ' nn
man as having been Implicated ij
...the -affair, but said nriest 'orj
. MIVaM UiigUW 1UUUW 1UJ1.... TVU1TJ
from the James Walker Memorial
Hospital at Wilmington wg. that
Miss; Bradahaw ' ; was ! lmpYoV)iv
'When she wasj found she was un
coiisctous. She -was thinly clad and
barefooted and near detfth s the
result of exposure. . w. :ju
custody of Supt of Welfare
obey her orders fanjl; instructions
for.-af period of 2 years .-; ';
Fred Lmzy . plead guilty f 'to
housebreaking and larceny. He was
2 years.; : s , v
LiUie Ruth Carr was found, not
guilty qf( Housebreaking- and lar
ceny,- .' ' r- , .
Ike Farnor, George Cooper nd
Arthur Farlaw. . Larceny , and re
ceiving. The Wand Jury ' did 'not
find a true bul. . -
, Arthur-. Fhrlaw. Bossession and
transporting Whiskey for tlfe pur-1
pose (.of sale.
DcnnUf Faison charged with poe-
session of whiskey for the purpose
of sale plead guilty to possession.!
t Ed Smith charged with- murder.
The coi:rt appointed Mr. John A
Gavin, attorneys, to represent him.
Defendant entered a plea -of man-
sraughter1. He was,, sentenced 'o
State Prison f c"r a term of not less
than 5 years-nor more than 8 yean
Z. R. Bradshaw, Simple, assault
Action dismissed. , - ' t
; - Sidney - -Sanderson, Temporary
larceny Of automobiles - Deiendant
held in ctistody for "payment ' of
COStS.' ' - - , ' ' ' ' 1 ,
'David-Leach. Assault with dead-'
ly weapon. Transferred to General ;
Courity Court. ' ' ,
-' Ashley Johnson. HouseWaking '
and larceny. Continued.
Klrby Corbptt, was ' found not
guilty of charge of manslaughter.:
' 'Dennis 'Faison. ' Possession of
whiskey 'for the 'purpose of sale.
Sentenced to 60 days cn the roads,
suspended on, condition that he
pay court costs add not io violate .
the1 whiskey laws for a period Qt
12 months. ' ( 1 t , , .. , ;
!' Solicitor J. : A, " Powers reported!
that . he had examined -ihe offioe
ofthe Clerk of the Superior Court
for the Januarv term nrtrt - fmmrl
SJld t Kit- nil -mntiAiw M,.aiTjiA .. 4-1.
Clerk under color' and by virtue of '
his office, .fir ;, minors and others,- i
has' been invested ... according to
law since the close of (he Bank of '
Duplin. That the records are i in
good condition. The report was ap
proved by the court. 1 , " t
Vance Gavin, of Wake
College, spent the week end 1
wi'h I'r. an 1 "-s. J"o. A. C '
li-r. and 1 , . i Tiewt i f-.
the week end in V, i i m?ton N.
with Mr. and I" i . ...uara I
cer.T.Trs. Annie I "rnm acconi'--ed
tiiera as far i .-j I .irffaw, i
she stopped to v t I r. aud I.
Sam Ir n dnd f ... y.
Mrs. ; :"Jie I.ce, of I.;;.- s
Va., spent the past week c.
Uiascs Lcuae '"'e' ai nl
Pickett, of E. C. T. C, :r--.
N. C spent la it v eek e d
witb their re'ino tive par nts
I Mrs. Ronald Ilmiis of Trenton.
N, C, spent several days hee re
cently with her mother, , Mrs.
Emma Quinn, , ; .
Rev. and Mrs. L. Goodman
iad dinner Sunday with Mr. 'and
Mrs C E Quinn
Dr and Mrs. '" G.: iV. Gooding I
spent .last Thursday in EUzabeth
City, where they took in ,the meet
ing of the "Shriners." t . i ,
i' 'Mrs. Ben -Williamson spent sevi
eralays recently in Kinston. N,.
V- C, with her husband- who was an
AUXILIARY MEET jri"""', ,
. . . . .. f. (ucuiwiM uvucitu, - nuspiuu. ner
j, N. C, o.. .
:i week. .
a hd the i
1 e to I
I isl in,
J iys jf
1 1 rink
.- ,d Mrs.
At regular .monthly . meeting' rv" Mhr?,;STders hetpt ner
of the Woman's Auxiliary of Grovt -f "dren 7nilt ,ner Parent wel
Pfcsbyterian .Church ',held. herc'g 61 ' - v 1 -
Monday afternoon, January 28UT... M9 Mary Edna Dobson, of. thp
at 3:30 o'clock n the manse, ; a Beulaville School faculty spent the
special program was presented on : week-end here. With her parents.
Foreign Missions!! Mrst'F. L. Good- Mrs'. Laura M. Gavin spent i
mau led the Devotional. The oro- ouplo of days recently -In Golds-
gram was in charge of Mrs. Jno. ' 001:0 witn her daughter Mrs. Mose
warmer. , s
i-i Miss Maude Southerland, . .of
Sumter, S. C, came Tuesday to
spend several uayrwith her sister
Mrs. Ella Hobbs . who has been
slck.t - ' ( ,
' Mrs.1 G.-R Dail' spent a couple
of days recently in Goldsboro, N.
C, with relatives. if .
Mrs. . Grace ? White (Bowden)
Cooper, of Faison; ;N, C., visited
her brothers here recently.
' I K .
P, Y. P. L.
, I ville - '
. Sunday School 10:00
Preaching1 ............ 11:00
f . Stanfori
Sunday . School 2.1
Preaching ............. 3:i
You are invited to at' "1 j
nearest service. . - , -
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' WM. JOSEril FSNNEY '
For -Such A !j,Time ., A This.!'
Others,, taking part, were! Mes
dames J. E, Jerrett, W. J. Pickett,
R. V Wells, 'N B Boney, and J O.
Bowman, Also "if iss Lula Hinson.
MRS. TLRRY DOBSON:
tj i t HOSTESS TO B: M
i Miss Perty'Dohson Was" hostess
to the B, M. G., sewing v club ' on
Tuesday aftypoon of, thte -week
(Continued From Front Tape)
ville. He was made Senior Patrol
leader. - of " the troop, and kei t
climbing until he became the first
Eagle Scout in Duplin County. He
was an officer at Tuscarora Camp
last sumther a position: which he
filled with ; tho- greatest praise
from superior officers. Joe was arf
active, member of the Baptist
Church and faithful worker in the
young people's organizations. Lo
had Dreven his ability a a leader
with hoys, and realizing his posi
tion as a leader he always walked
in the high-land. . The people . of
KenansvUle feel that in the death
of. Joe Penney they have sustained
a great loss in leadership among
the youth, and material for future
building. - ' . 1 '
The funeral services were held
Mrs. Norwood Boney 'ind small m tne local Baptist church by his"
daughter, Janet attended thjPtor, Revi.-R.ra- Foster, ass' ' '
ri: :: it leaf;
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Johnnie Brown was found guilty
of larcepy and- receiving: Sentenc
ed 'to' the-roads for 12 months.
larceny of anautomobHe;
He was sc4teTMi.'i thejroads for
1Q mm,h. ' .i..-
' ' . ' 'ho commuHityprayer service is
s. .oiarrisoa Cromartie plead guilty held eveiy Wednesday" Evening at
" "iiiijr w vtjujraii,.. a , luuie.; j 7 aajn the- Methodist Church. The
lliat Ydii are Missing
.fcAt Prayer Meeting.;
. i., 1. . ." " "" j "4. "in-jmwn w xuetnodiat Church.-
(Contoued Frpm Front Jjige He-was sentenced to & months, oJtPPU,beJng used at this time
'iTS S'J6 ;Wonan . was the roads, T" T U " i-M alongthe thVugbt of what JUhf
ER RESTS, i
J&lmond Pavnaiighrtead guilty
to torebieakmg- and larceny He
Vas--sentenced to State Prison
from, 2 tt4 years., 9ommittment
shalf not issue if defendant la com
mitted to pastern CaroUnp' TrauV
,ing School for boya and be of good
behavior there until hb'ls disiuiss-
- A true bill.' or'Mndictment ; for
housebreaking and,i entering, ad
iWcAity Vas - found7 against Robert
Lee; Brinsonr Robert Pearsall 'and
Eva BHhsoTK Cap'iafl and continued.
thought of what it means
to-he'ristian.' . These talks are
arranged to reach the need of both
youth and aged, and really show ub ,
What we are as-J Chrtetian8"ran
what the Lord- expects1 of us. -i'ThJs
past Wednesday nleht the
subject discussed was "What the '
Christian Has". Briefly speaking
the speaker said that the Christian
had 1- Lafe, 2. Assurance, 3, Joy,
'-reace. , p Access, - euppiy xor
every need 7. Hope These Were
explained so that even the youth
there could understand what was
Pespite ; the Boot Methods cf C
-'Despite.! the Bent Land for Tofccco
A?? Despite the, Ability of the Uak:.- J
Eazelle- Md' Iver, Chflrgedwith meant . Thin i, a irrMt ntniw .,,
par jury- Removed, to General 'every person i town should ar
County Courts" - - i V ransre to attend Iprr WorinMrioi,
Pearj CJ Blanchard1-'-dinjLfof;'the Stibje-ct will' be: 1 "What" A
. - A' ' ' " r:-" - 'rx .""V VWlOWaj HOTCT ,. UUOtfU UU JUnil
' - t-uuuuea aroin, '.rnragej -y - V:'wr VfiT report offB. 6:69, and dealing with Christian
Cases Disposed Of . J ,,, t 3 A H.,Carr, Jiecelver, for Duplin Gro .belief and not with Aennmint
The following cases - were dis- eery, Co:, coverinir neriod of Jnmi-' dntHnoa
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the average dnd I.
EAST COAST 1 FERTIL!Z2?vS
..j r- .?JrortJ1 . Yield - Qiiality
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