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Mr. L." . r Williams colld on
Miss I" c . - i-oil Sunday evening,
K:. a - a Iiller spent Sunday
aftev i v ting here. , ,
i:r. ,i Erlnkley of Chinqua
pin ; t uinday evening with
M,.' I iCy Miller. , - , 7f
e Coming At HallevUle
1: .Annual Homecoming Day
By The County Farm A," .t
The spacing of plants on tiie bed
or row la a very important point
in growing. Too often grower al
low the plants to become crowded
1 in a matted row system of cultiva
tion. Most any method of spacing
suitable to the. individual grower
is alright and produces better .
oaulitv of berries than the matted I
row..- Below you explained; a '.will be held at Hallsville Baptist
ivery good system ) practiced by Church Sunday, June 9th. It has
some growers in this, section. ' . j been decided that the morning ser-
The double rowf spaced hill. sys- .vice will be conducted by Rev. I
tern ' of cultivating strawberries M. HoUoway. The afternoon spea-
' produces a larger yield, larger and ker has not been diruuteiy aecia
better quality of berries, less de- ed on. . vi . ' I " J
caved fruit, more even ripening Dinner will be served on , the
process, because sunlight and air ground. . .V".
can get to the berries, more fertl- ( We cordially invite everybody
lizer per plant, and picking and to come and bring a large basket
packing are less aimcuit. or luncn. ,. . -f .:
. To change a matted growth into , w ' o ,'.,
a double row spaced hlU system,! ' Car. fly' Plain NpW
select the side of the row that av- j PlWy nam XXCWS
w .m or harr off tW rid. Mr. and Mrs. William Thigpen
leaving about 6 to 8 Inches of the Pt Saturday night with Mr. and
best side or tne nea standing; thin
the remaining part of the bed down
to a plant average of 8 or 12 inch-
' es leaving the best looking plants; (
side dress with a mixture of 150 '
pounds of cotton seed meal and 73
pounds of soda per acre; throw ,
rilv haMr in mar fnrmlncr A mvul
Mrs. 'Joshua Futral
v Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith was
the guest of Mx. and Mr.,A.,W.
Hall Saturday night.
Mr. Coy Sumner was the " guest
of Miss Grace Baker Sunday afternoon.
Mr .and Mrs. Albert Futral and
clean bed for plants of runners to $ m - .
take root As soon as the new run- J Mr and Mra Tel Kennedy of
ner. form, place them onelther Mtof hi
side of the old plant, making a , M R c Kennedy
sort of double row. The runners ' day niKht vuujr ouiur-
should be spaced from 8 to 10 inch-, gumner was the guest
es apart in toe row and the two unster Futral Saturday
A VWB DUUUUI UQ AMVU. flight " '' '' "'' ' '
Mr. Atwood Lee was a guest at
Mr. Herman Stroud Sunday even-f
Mrs. Bulah Pickett and children
t were visitors at Mr. R. C. Kennedy
Mr. pavid Kennedy spent Thurs
day night at Mr. Sam Sumner.
Mr. 'Roy. Lee was the guest of
Miss lila Maud Futral Sunday.
Mr. Zudic Futral and son, Lins
ton made a. business lrlp to Faison
part When the plants are well
rooted, cut out the original row,
leaving two rows of new plants. .
, Keep your fields as clean as pos
sible at al ltimes. Do not allow to
: become choked with weeds and
grass, . . because this takes the
strength from the plants. Also
keep runners cut -off after you
tiave your two rows set
The growers of this section, in
order to compete with other straw-
berry sections, must use either a
double row system or some other
good method of spacing their
A demonstration of this method
will be shown at the Strawberry
Festival in Wallace during the
week of June 3-7 Inclusive.
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Governmental, state and civic oflicials joinrd wi?h t!se principal executives of General Motors Corporation In the
: formal opening of the new 80,0Hhcar-a-year Clievni t txuetnbly plant in Baltimore recently.- The new plant (center)
. was dedicated with impressive ceremonies (lower K . , and Chevrolet, Fisher Body and General. Motors officials
were guests of the Baltimore Association of Commerce at a formal banquet in the evening., W. E. Holler, vice-president
mod general sales manager of Chevrolet, is shown (bonding) with Maryland's Governor,, H. W. Nice, and Alfred
P. Sloan, Jr., president of General Motors (upper It- . -M. B. Coyle, president and general manager, of Chevrolet,
:- is pictured in the upper right photo with Senator 1 . ard Tydings (left) and Mayor'.H, W; Jackson, of Baltimore
(right). Lower right shows the first motor car built in that city. . - " 4
v Mrs. Leon Blalock spent Monday
, with Mrs. Davis Blalock,
. Mr. Carl Smith made a business
trip' to Kenans ville Monday.
Miss Hettie Hunter of Muddy
' Creek and Lila Mae Wade spent
the week end with Misses Aldene
and Katherleen Hinea.
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Rhodes en
tertained a number of friends at
; a dance Saturday night
Miss Mary Lou Bos tic spent
Saturday with Miss Doris Miller of
BeulavlUe. , ;
Mr .and Mrs. Ned Houston and
son, Alen and Mr. and Mrs. Edw
, ard Houston spent Sunday with
Mr. Joe Houston.
Mrs. Anna Waler and Mrs. Ebb
Thomas spent Sunday with. Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Bostlc.
Mr .and Mrs. Led Wiliams and
children; Lola and Gerald Hay
wood of BeulavlUe visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. K, Bostlc Friday evening.
Mr. Ralph Veach and Miss Reba
' Winstead visited Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnie Langston of Friendship
Messrs Roland Langston and
Glennle Royals visited here Sun
' Messrs Dock Basden and Quince
Pickett visited Misses Aldene and
Katherleen Hines . Sunday after
noon. t .(..:.. ,
Mr. Lee Raynor visited Miss Li
;.la Mae Wade. -
Miss Minnie Wade is spending
this week with, relatives in Bowd-
v : ,.',-.;';
. . . Quite a large number spent Sun
day afternoon at Hallsville Beach.
Messrs John Wesley Veach and
Mark Langston, of near Warsaw
spent the latter part of Sunday ev
ening visiting here. .
Mr. George Lanier spent Sunday
evening with Miss Josephine Car-
; Mrs. R. C. Kennedy is spending
a few days in Mount Olive with
Mrs. Zudic Futral was a guest
at Mr. A. W. Hall Sunday evening.
At State Colege , ;
Question- what la the best time
to apply nitrogen to corn and cot
ton as a side dressing? .
Answear- Applications should be
to corn when it is about knee nigh
and to cotton immediatly after
chopping. Much of the fertilizing
value is lost when late applications
are made. With cotton, late appli
cations may delay maturity while
with corn they will increase the
plant growth but wll not increase
plant growth but will not increase
the corn yield.
Apply the side dressing as early
as possible so as to get full value
of the fertilizing material
Mrs. Herbert Jones Was hostess
to three tables of Contract Bridge
at her home here' Tuesday after
noon. The living room in wnich
tables were arranged .for play, was
decorated with a profusion of love
ly Spring flowers. ' ' '
Miss Tessie Smith was present
ed a picture as high score prize.
Mrs. Floyd May received the con
solation prize . and , Miss - M aisle
Jones the floating prize. Delicious
refreshments were- served by Mrs.
Jones, assisted by Miss Pearl Jon
es. : Those playing . were: j Mrs;
Melvln Jonea; Mrs. Floyd May, Mrs
Jasper Smith, Mrs; Floyd Heath,
Mrs. a. B. MajfweU, ' Mrs.' N. C.
Davis and Misses celia Maxwell,
Tessie Smith,, Pearl Jones, Maisie
Jones, Bessie Worley and Connor
Jones. - . 1 v , , '
Mrs: Ike Stroud is recovering
from a tonsil operation, perform
ed 'at Memorial General Hospital
in Kins ton Tuesday.'- ,"
Mrs.' Jones Smith Who has been
ill tor sometime Is improving. '
Miss Maisie' Jones of Moss' Hill
and Mrs, Herbert Jones and Miss
Tessie 8mith of Pink Hill were re
cent Rale! h visitors. j t,"7.
. Mr.- and lTrs. Melvln Jones were
recent viaitoia'at Portsmouth, and
NorfolkrVa. ' ., ..
Mrs. T. A." 'Turner and. ' Miss
Ruth, Turner - were at . Gainsvllle
Ga., recently, to attend Commence
ment Exercises at Riverside Mili
tary school where T. J.- Turner Is
a student. - . v . .
--i Mra Johnnid Williamson Is se
riously 111 jit Farrotts Hospital - in
Kinston.'" , ' - j -
era go, ,Wt the work continues on.''
m'Ulw following lax copy wf the
' original constitution and confes
sion of faith J document of the
: Utriveroallsta of the South adopts
ed and signed in a meeting held.
fat Kenans ville on June.Srd, 1837
.? ", To Posterity
The following- presents, a detail
of the .first doings of Unlversallsts
In North Carolina,' together -with
the names .of few, who first, dar
ed to-come, forward in the face of
persecution, and compose the "Sou
thern Convention of Unlversalists.''
To our children; and our children's
(' : - FOB SALE BY, - ,
V. E. BELANGI A
-' Kenansvllle, N. C.' ' 1
Question- What should be done to
control chicken pox in my laying
Answear- Where this disease is
present all birds having the trouble
house and utensils thoughly clea-
house and unten lis thoughly clea
ned, and a good germlced kept in
the drinking water as long as cases
given one dose of Epsom Salts at!
given one dose of Epsom Btals at
the rate of one-half pound to three
gallons of water. Vaccinate the
well birds with pigeon pox virus as
this material will not produce as
severe a disturbance as chicken
pox virus ia the laying flock.
Where a targe percent of the flock
has the disease or it has been pres.
ent in the flock for some time it
is unnecessary to isolate the birds.
AU other precautions should be ta
ken for control.
Questoin When can I get Infor
mation on canning, preserving and
Answer: Two new publications
have reently been Issued by the Kx
tension Servle at State College and
are now available upon request to
all citizens of the State. Circular
No. 114 'gives Information as . to
canning 'fruits - and. vegetables
while Circular No. 113 carries de
tailed Instructions for making all
kinds of v Jellies, jams, preserves,:
and pickles, These circulars were
prepared by the home demonstra
tion department and may be had
from your local home demonstra
tion agent or upon application to
the Agricultural Editor at State
College. . ;. - ' , n,v- ' ;
r Id T. FORD TOURING CAR Cheap
- ; ;:Iy to the ur.Jersisned quick if in-
C :E.-QUINN, ,
Her- M3 ,N.C.
' Miss Louise Wells and Miss Re
ba. Pickett who have been students
at E. C. T. C at Greenville have
returned to Kenansvllle to. spend
the summer : with, their, parents
-'Miss Ruth Bird whO baa bmnlmV onHADearatyao'pointM
visiUng Mr. and Mrs. Li' A. Beas- out thl"wUl tend to keep the
ley to spending the week with her h,rd" from, developing large frames
parents. near Magnolia. ',. " building up the needed body
Mrs. Charles Atkinson of Way- trcerv for futup Ption. ...
nesboro, Vs., Is spending some time j Worm and parasites, ' Internal
with her parents;. Mr. and Mrs. and external, flourish, in 'summer.
John A Gavin in Kenansvllle. - when parasites are found, lmme
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. diate treatment should be given,'
Robert.Wells, is confined to, ber' Poor development, le weakness,
room here as a result of a fall. Mrs and drawn face-t arts are ( svmo-1
Wells' medical, attention at this toms of worm a. Convitv Aerenta or
time is preventive rather than - a other agriculture 1 ? . ivisers may be !
cure ana 11, is oopea uiai-sne wiir consulted in r
soon be able to. resume her acti- control. "
vlUes.. L .Vacdnatlntr
Albert ' McLendon,' Student '. at an inexpensive
State College returned to Kenans? against", this
ville Tuesday to spend the summer says. ' -' " "
with his parents in Kenansvllle, Weak or poc '
Dickey Sloan of Garland is spend are possible su
ing the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. are seldom ; t
O. Bowman. , i them from tLa f
Miss Ethel Canady and Mr, Jes-; v "V"'; ; ".
sie Canady of Hope Mills who have ,. ' . '
been ; sepnding some : time with
their sister, 'Mrs, F. W. McGowan
of Kenansvllle returned .to, their
Txome in Hope Mills Auesday:.
' Mrs. G. M. Turner spent the children, to the latest posterity
week end wo UrsL Hedrick Moore 1 may .this be preserved, as a sacred
at'Marshallboi o, t v ' ' ''' j memento, '!' :';. r , ,
Miss Eons. Tutner: a student at ' ' Constitution ,
v Loui8burg College and Mr. Lilton ' V Believing in the doctrine of God's
Maxwell, attending Duke Univer- impartial grace and Universal Ben
aity at Durham, have returned to evolencei manifested in, the Salva
their homes here for the summer. tion of all men, we the Subscribers
Mr. ' and Vtrm. 'Rohf.rt. Tavira'' of M behalf of ourselves and the So-
Raleigh were Visitors here Sunday. iclette8 we wspreaent, hereby solem
. Mrs. S. P. Watson and son; Bil- nlv covenant and agree, in the pre
ly of New fork," came recently fb1" of Almighty God and with
spend sometime f With relatives, "- """"i ui asnwaaie ourselves
Those from Pink Hill attending www unaer me name ana style
a UniversaHst Convention, to Ken- 01 the, "SOUTHERN, CONVEN-
ansvllle Sunday Included Mr. and f4u uxNivjurusALiSTa,'; un
Mrs. tL" O. Turner f and Aubrey der the following rules and regu-
; ARTICLE, , This Convention
cqnsiders itself as a soverign and
independent body, with competent
power to hold and, exercise Juris
diction,; in. affairs, connected with
US) own. interests; to receive into
Its fellowship such Societies ;, and
Churches as may hereafter request
the same; or to withdraw fellow
ship from,, or.Jabor with, admon
teh or reprove, those who may walk
disorderly, tJ1 pr ..unbecoming-: the
Christian character. . . t ,:,
;. ARTICLE, Jli .They,, shall have
power to grant letters of feUow-
ship and ordination to candidates
for the gospel ministry, and to re-
cut ' wtw wnen occasion may 1 re
quire. , .. , , -
' ARTICLE Etl. No1 preacher snmi
be Hcensedr ordained by this
Contention, unless with' his"- re-
moulters should' be used for breed
Portable rangp' shelters are -a
help in providing adequate ventila
tion, and should be moved to new
grazing sites whennecessary. See
that the birds have plenty of feed
and fresh water; ""- - ",
Do not .try:, to-reduce costs .by
i to parasite
' its fowl ppx to'
m of' insurance
r developed bllrds
of disease and
j, k.k '' . .,
Poultiy Problems ' I"
..Increase In Sumner
. . n0 n '
( Summer brings number of pro
blems to the poultryman. . . .:
1 Hot weather tends to decrease
egg production and to increase the
spread of disease, warns Roy 8.
Dearstyne, head of the State College-
poultry department .
He advises the market, -- ear
ly moulters and other hens ik. ,
Ing regularly. Cockerels not ktvi
for breeders should be sold w! -1
they reach broiler size.
Non-layers anil unnmvtnd rartc
f n!a i"" -j e f 1 I ''1 r J
crowd t): 1-. T V . -i. I "' ' '
versallst church. Rev. Hannah' 3.
Powell, a native of J'Mne is lb
charge, with IT' 1
grand daughter ,
as assistant Ti a
work to in the Iii
hood. ' The equ
the chapel, built ly
and his sons, t' s
' --fa, and the ' - 1
ci 3 are tai-' t. :
' ' ' s-pachlRj- st ' - n
y. '-.A six' 1 '
1 is cos ' I 1 r
e 1 youths In i
1 ' t s hoi-1 '. '
,.r of the
- i 1 ' 1 on
i ' ' Ven
Way he -Theatre
"Mt, OUVB ; "
'JUNE 10 th;
,' MONDAY-TUESDAY f
j '-';..! " Olnger. Rogers ;'
Wm. Powell in
STAR AT .
; - WEDNESDAY'
BARGAIN DAY ;
' J.i , : , ,1 ,, flf, V r.,,
. THURSDAY, FRIDAY
1 Ruby' Keeler
Al Jolson in ,
"GO INTO '
; YOta DANCE"
4 j 1 . 'y and 1 y i 1
; . '1.0 VoitU 'y, I C" ARTICLE III. W."
r s ' '1 be re-' Scriptures of I 0 (
i ' r of this j Testaments as -
s t --y t ull have ' latlon of the v 1 c r
1 to thi erticles of j and those doctrii-n s
:-r mentioned, "-r j which, by the aid of u
V. This Convention 'powers, are to be cor
twice in each year, on ' sufficient rule and u.i
-. y in. lTay, and the, faith and practice; and ,
y in Grt-ji.er, as such receive them;. and God
y be i. rmined on at promise according to our
a ju"- .-..s R'retlnj; and all asso-j and understanding, to act
c;. I ha ! a under Its jurisdiction, 1 accordingly. .
almll be represented .at each meet! , ,
irT ly at least two delegates, and ' fRaf '
a 1 car stating the condition . of Alexander M Rae, Richd. E .
the tudy, number of the members, fAlexr, Peden Joshua Ja-
-ee 1 9 i.
VI. There shall be Ben- Ru8h- Jnn ?u"? Sa"
chos a annually, at the meeting to "n. B,ela H' Jacob?' Ge0' r; .
rvtw . Mnriflrt .t npe.M . Thos. W. Brown, Dennis, t
over the meetings of the Conven-, Joseph Gorrie, L. H, Marsto
tion, and a 'Clerk, who shall record Stanley J. C . . 1 1
all proceedings of the body in . a lSn, -Thos. B Smith 1. ,.
book to be kept by him' for that Harverson, Robert Larkins. I.
purpose,' and , delivered to. his sue- J- & f ' J?u"v' F' ,J E,"",'
cessor in off ice. '. , a Williams, J. F. GlanopleDJ
, ,,.,, I er jonn A. Averitt, Lewis T, C -
Confession of Faith. " I ner,' M. Huntington, William J
I ARTICLE 1,, We believe In One, ' Edward S. Jones, N, H. Jpntw,, ? -the
only Living and True God, the fred Shepard, Henry RvFoy, Du
Creator, Producer, Upholder, .and Hooks, Oliver L. Kelley,, Jan i
Governor of all things, infinite in Wilkinson, Hugh' M'Canne. Ju
all his attributes of perfection Farrlor, John Miller, John G." -,
both physical and moral, .which Abner-Hopton, ; G, W. ..-Robes, .1,
God is unity, Indivisible and im-'Robert Ward, George Taylor, Al
mutable. '- . , ' fred Wart, Samuel Ward, .C. De--
' ARTICLE H. We believe to one Van.e Geo. R. Robeson, Jacob
Lord Jesus Christ the Soirof God; Giles, "Albert G. HiU, J. M. Nixon,,
ordained to be the Savlour"of men John S. Hill. - ' ' ; 'J
through the medium of the gospel John S. Hill, Ben. Thompson, John
and the power of the resurrection: Robeson.. , " ,' - 1
and by and through whom, , our j Kenansvllle, Duplin County, N. C,
Heavenly Father has Irrevocably June 3d, 1827. - '
$20 REWARD OFFERED ;
LOST STRAYED STOLEN y - Y
Black'and tan hound dog, three years old. ! May be Identi
fied by blue speckled ring around neck, blue speckled chest, tiji
of tall, cut off, apUt in right ear; Disappeared MAY 8th. .
o : Will pay 30 for Information leading to recovery; No ques
tions asked, ( t" , ? ' "j vV v , ,
, J. B. WALLACE
SHERIFF'S OFFICE ' ' ' 7 ",' KENANSVILLE, N.' V.
I f , 1 4 ' .
- ' This angry wife asked for nothing more .than relie" "" "r ; ' '
' from the work and worry of playing jnufae to the old' . .'"
water heatervfo do away with the bothersome old thing, .
we tuggeit the modern convenience, economy, safety,. - .
'' . rf- and cleanlineat of a Westinghouse Automatic Electric. 1
Hie low coat;, installed, ia really amazing. And, witi our -1
"t friendly budget buying plan and low rate, the hot water';" .' t
1 1'- problem is easily solved for all time. Come In for the it
complete itory; You will .
ootbeobligated in anyway. F"
1 vH f '
AS LITTLE AS
-,L $2.50 ;
A Month )
Iieddy Kilowatt Says: "No
More. Hot Water, Troubb
With Me On The Job I
ty0& Work 24 Hours Per Day"