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I 1 TJANSVnXE, N. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
THURSDAY, JUNE Oth., 19S3
:to Of Tobacco .Control.
Program Is With Farmers
To Dogin Voting Saturday;
Ballots .Have .Been
Mailed To Growers
VOTE IS URGENT
Instructions ' As JTo
How To Vote Given
On Saturday of this week , the
tobacco growers of Duplin County,
landlord and tenant, will be asked
to cast their vote on the matter
- of continuing the crop control pro- I
gram that has been In effect dur-
ing me paai year. i , - , a u . 1 ,
. The United States Department I J Mrs. J. N., Southerland of .WU
of Agriculture under the AAA is mington,' who is Chairman of the
offering its services to the farmers Mission Court Work In Wilmington
of our section for another year if
. they will voluntarily accept it. Us
ing the Democratic form of Gov
ernment in helping the farmers the
1 nnvarnmanf la lattlnc thA fn.rviw.ru
i sav whether or not tney- aesire
protection and help and not trying program , wui oegm ai :uu ww
to force anything own their throats Mrs. Southerland as chief speak
rtf thia -niintv . er. Mr. Gradv. the Dresldent of
; j i a in. i x -1 . "
ln praintiMi in North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia and Vir-
ginla, the flue cured belt, will go
to the. poleg Saturday and cast -
their vote either for or against
continuing the control program for
ment is asking them, to express
ttiAmaalvAa 1 In ttit mnniwr. , htw. i
-ever in the event the vote is car-
ried, contracU will only be made
- for one year and another vote will i
year-Duplin farmers voted 97 per
cent for the continued control and i
it is expected that the vote wul
go 100 per cent in favor this year.'
v The .following, letter of instruc-
tion was sent out from the office
.of the County Farm Agent this
' ' Kenansville, N. C. a I
juhtf isin, jaro. '.n '
Dear-Sir; ' - r " . 'j f
I am herewith, enclosing: a ballot.
for you and each of your tenants,
for voting on the question of con-
tinulng.the tobacco contract for'
. Afiked to Tlace a neck mark In
the squar. on the left hand aide
. i. . X. . . . f70U-ow were, prcomou junta m.miy
of the ballot, If you want to vote lLou vj ce.preident. LeKoy
"Tes", and . check taark on th Simmonlli secretary-Treasurer. Lu
flquare on the right hand side if clle WaR, Trugteea. F. U SutUes,
you wish to vote "No" .and sign' d -., Robing - fvur. fnr
your name to the ballot
Your tenants are-; expected
sign and vote. also.
ue,c 8".u"i', "
paptv am rn ,tKA. rtnlAa :' ni mall
:r:.r:rr rr' "
by June 29th.
The poles will be' open at every
voting precinct in the county on
June 22nd., foe that day only. If
you are an absentee contract sign
er, please sign your ballot, and re-
turn thnAA tf tmii .tAnnnta tr tTiAm
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ana instruct memKio carry mem
to the poles or mail or send them
to me at Kenansville by June 29th.
If we have not enclosed suffi-
Local Presbytery Youngr
People Display Talent, Win
Wilmington Presbytery - Young
People won first place by render-clai
ing the best exhibition or uueni m 1
the contest held at K Davidson
Toung People Conference Saturday
night. Leslie Boney or miming-
ton also won first place In TeniUs.Tj,0W t ocarry on, and the devoUon-
TulS uonierenuo -wtu iuo kcii
teenth of its kind to.be held- at
Davidson College by Presbyterian
Toung People of the Synod of
North Carolina. : Abut 450 - young
people from all parts of the state
gathered for the 8 day session, be
f inning June 11. Outstanding min
isters and church leaders from all
over the South constituted the fa
culty and counsellors for the con
ference. - .
These Inspirational addreaes,
cVvotional Bible studies ancf . unity
i f purpose united these young peo
!', into lastnig bonds of ifriend
t i ,and sent them back to their
1 a churches determined to put
t v l'fe in their respective organi
? n McMullen of Davidson was
U-d president and a Wilmington
'-ytery' boy, Arnold B. Rhodes
.n.ky Point was elected Vice
,eral young people from Dup
" uinty attended . this confer
iThf th. ronference was
Ing that the theme indlcat-
t theme wis year
.a Youth Building a New
cient ballots, there will .be some
extra at eacn voting place. '
i The continuance of the contract
with tobacco la dependant on the
vote cast, ' and it la very, ; very
important that you cast your bal
lot before June 29th.- ' ' - ' '
Note: If possible cast ballots in
envelope (after sealing'. - ,.
; .'Yours very truly, ' t
; ' 1 " ' L. L. McLENDON, '
County Agent,,. Kenansville, N. C.
,-V Hill 11 Q '" , ''i "
Special Meeting -
xr I Of Auxiliary
Presbyterial, will be the speaker
a tthe inspirational meeting to ,be.
held at Grove Presbyterian Church
Monday afternoon at 4:00. The bu
siness session will be held at 3:30
in the church and the inspirational
tVA' CwtnKiftAWfnl Irf 'awAAfltAt A Ka
present with words of ! greeting.
The Falson Auxiliary have ' been
extended an invitation to- meet
wna me-urove Auxiliary, ana tney
are expected to come ' as ' special
will follow the program. .v
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J niVerSdllSt Meet 1 . ,
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; The eighth annual session of the
TrnivRrnaJlat Younar Peonle's Insti-
tute held at Shelter Nech, near
Watha in' Pender County, closed '
Sunday with a sermon by1 Dr. Har-1
ry. t,. canfield of Greensboro on i
the-aubject of "Unfinished Tasks."'
j IThe-Churches; of Today", , said j
must strive tatealiie?
bucuu kims- m kiiu. kv
I81". Jeus and his early follow-
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and regulU achieved,
1935 - 36 president, Maia Mary
next year were outlined-aa follows:
vofcBl,m . . , n.f ,ihn i
Fitzgerald; 'Religious EducaUon"
: . .
y v- w- . steels;
phles of Important People", Miss
sauie wiwms; -ine worms unoi-
cest Literature",! Dr. H. U
field; .Sociology"1' F. U.SUtUes.
" Miss" Edna" Williams will have they can unravel the mystery. Aerally destroyed.'- Tobacco was
charge of the music, Mrs! W. H.1 new typewriter raji stolen out' of" Stripped completely.' Trees were
Skeels will bedramatio director, 'th nchool house on e same nisrht felled and several Ught poles were
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uss Annie jiaxweii win iook ar-,
ter the devotionakv Miss Lucile
Ward will give lessons hi "Physical
Training and First. Aid."
World." Thev report that the so-
Me taught them how'
10 meet and deal with their fellow
men. -The Inspirational addresses
set them on fire for action, and
tne jueiauu utuuieis snuweu uwini
al periods pointed out the Power,
o h"l.,..,Kj.? I
White Lake Cotf-
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Rev R. C. Clontz, director of
the Presbyterian Young People's
Conference held afwhlte Lake has
announceA that the conference has
been nostDoned on account of the
infantile Daralvsis. and the future
dates will be announced" at a later
time. lThls conference has been at
White Lake for the past six years
and has always been a great sue-
cess. t .,
t 1 ' i) i i O 'I''
MORE BOYS TO
: i. CCC CAMPS
'Twenty-one boys from , various
sections of the county left Ken-,
'route for Raleigh where they will r
be examined ana an mat pass wui
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was.be sent to some of the state CCC
The farmers in the four ate'
llna. South Carolina and Georgia, f
5 will between now and the 29th of
' express themselves as to whether C
; Program .to continue for the next
and every tobacco' grower in Duplin c.
' cast his vote on Saturday June 22a 1 1
for the following reasons:
-' f ' '' 1. The sum of 1506,000 has bee '
: Duplin County in- benefit payments and ;
. . .) 2." The price of tobacco received t
' increased two hundred percent, Jumpiiia
i pound in 1S32 to 30c per pound in 1934.
; 3. Rental and parity payments
' been safe Insurance policy for the far:
" 'i 4a Farmers have been allowed 'tY
: for the production of food and feed there'
' purchased out of the Income heretofore u,
s the crops produced, ; ' .
Evidence of the proof of the' soundness tt.
1 of the Control program is aeea in the pa vis
j' , counts," including taxes, tia purchase "of m farm equipment,
.automobiles for pleasure and business, the I ilding and repair
i lng of homes that' can be seen along any i 'ghway in Duplin
Coun.!. For these reasons eachand every f. jrmer should con
sider very carefully, before he decides not to uas? a vote or the
manner in which he will fote. ' ' .,'('" - '
I. , 'The "flexibility of the Program can end will allow the
5 production of sufficient; acres and poundage c f all crops needed
' for home and' foreign consumption at A prica ttiat will return
i to' the farmer a reasonable profit on bis 'capital invested and
. labor expended. yThe flexibility of the program will make al
Tlowances for all those' persons who are entitled in any way to .
" produce the 'crops under the contractfc::;;t..:.!.
, . -V if ''the Mariners, do not vote,, the lack of? action on their
re part -will not only show a lack of appreciation for what has
been done fpr them but also will not give those ln authority .
3 any encouragement in their efforta to help them.
r-U the Tobacco Control Act should fall at the hands, of
the farmers themselves there Is strong -probability that helpful
measures that have been taken, to improve th prices of other
farm commodities will also fail. The Government is not trying
: to thrust anything down the throat of the farmer, it is giving
- the farmers of the, South the first real government help and
'protection they have 'ever had and tt i ip : to the farmers
' to do tl)elr part towards continuing the improvement. A report
.made by the Brooking Institute 'a few days aTfcro. re vealed that;
the high riw xrf the tobacco: ia a Power Weapon in Market
ControL It revealed that tobacco manufacturers wanted the
control measure to continue and praised the New Deal Agency.
The report aaya that the marketing agreem t in 1933 would
. have been ineffective but for the assurance c the control pro-., "
v4 oramJnl3. The TtMESttrges
; co grower In Duplin Count -iwt tenant r landlord wiU cast r
Ma vote Saturday for the Control Measure." -
A tudor Chevrolet car belonging
to Murphy Canady of Kenansville
was 'stolen! in Clinton Thursday
night whlleiMr. Canady waa v.ffc
tending a picture show. : Of fleers
were notified and 'efforts were
made to find the. car1, : The , car
reappeared in Clinton Friday af
ternoon in a wrecked condition.
Sampson officers refuse to isjk on
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caused tne wrecK, uiiicer, irora
the insurance company are expec-
aiuI it i hooed that"
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by a car whicn nas urea on mat
corresponded with the Canady car
and it Is .believed that the same
nartw wm IntAmatMl In hnth r.rtliri-
es. Sand on .the car seemed to be
some of the sand from '. Bladen
County. !''" 1 - '
Mr. Canadv ahd party had to
hire a car to -bring them back!
home. The' key was not left in
me car oui ue uuur were u
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MJUyuil atcaiui .
The Duplin, County Health De-
partment was honored this month
by the recognition revealed on tne
front page of the June State
Health BulleUn. "This BuUeUn
which ia- distributed throughout
the state has as iU front piece the
'picture taken at Bowden, show-
Ing Dr. c. H. White ana ms assisi-
ants, Mrs.' Gilbert Honeycutt and
Miss Turner as the are examln-
tag children. Dr. White andhia
helpers have done a wonderful,
piece of consrtucUve work uv the
health department during; the PMtt;,lM.,orf-.:.ii(1,1i cnmrnittee
I The Daily Vacation Bible School
'sopnsorsd by the Warsaw Metho-.tag
!dist church will beein Monday
morning. June the 24th at 9:00iOf 6w iieople: ZStapplicatioiis iiave,
o'clock. - beea'flM i ' lowfc ta'iwrtrj
Mi Luclle-Norri. from the
Presbyterian Orphange is visiting
Mrs. J. M. Jerritt and Caroline,
jernu are puxunmg iu ieve una
w . ... . . . . . . . . . 1. 1
week to spend t"- summer with I
relatives in jota, . '
-lnifl, North Caro
flue cured tobacco
the opportunity to .
.e Tobacco Control -36,
'37, '38. Each
lould by all means
r of this program ,
I to. the farmers of
y checks. , v
; farmers has been
I around 10c per
this program has
ot the rental land
'icing the amount
t from the sale of
i beneficial effects
it of past due ac-
and b2r . WOTWt.&
Wind And Hail
Storm Does Much
Damage At Warsaw
i Tuesday afternoon about
Warsaw and vicinity was visited
by one of the worst wind and hall
storms seen there in several years.
For about an hour , rain and wind elected, defeating an old line poll
raged furiously and for a while t tician and outstanding Statesman,
hail fell almost in gusts. Hail ston-, before he had reached the age of
es as large as hen eggs were re- 29. He will attain the constitu
ported. , -. - -i I tional age of a United States Sen-
The - path of the hall damage
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' bmi hu itto mo
town. Crops in 1U path were lit-
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wvaen aown. . .
f h home of Frank Picket was
.reported to be the worst damaged
Kniiinar wuh th. w tun ntf
Roof, of several Other buildings
were slightly damaged.' Several
automobiles were reported damag
ed." , ...
The community'1 was without
'lights until nearly midnight.
torm touched other parts
of the county but no damage was
flnns TTMiiaua ll liantfu in rail waa
ZaTZZ th mnlr-Hn aaT ot 016 Wake County club, for pre
reported from the Pink Hill sec- t Qf organlzat4on
Camp TOr DUDlin I
. n H IN III -O Jpl-':.,!,-'.
i Mr. Rag land of the State Fores
try department was in. this coun
ty this week looking over possibi
lities of establishing a CCC camp
here. - , ' .
reports that many -Duplin Coun-;
ty homes haveibeen repaired .; and
painted, many new nomes ereciou
without the necessity of negotiat - . -
w loans which 1 Indeed gratify-;
to toe committee and speaks!
'weU for the; financial conmuons.
of - r
Countytoonerf the beaeoun
in tu Hiaie. ma uua wvuuit, wu -(,
dicate our people are making pro-
our oeonle are making; pro-
mm nr rn. nnnrfuuiiun.
ta? raXT f5tato2
J V iS aT
HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR TO GIVE Status Of Eligibility
- DEMONSTRATION HERE NEXT WEEK,Practically Unchange
Miss Blythe Burnette
Young Democrats To
Meet June 28th-29th
ThA North rTrnllnn Train flam.
, and 29. The State Executive Com
mittee will be called to convene,
together with the Committee on
the Convention, at the Hotel Sir
I Walter on Thursday evening, june
27th at 8:30 P. M.
, The principal Speaker of the oc
casion will be the Honorable Rush
D, Holt, the "Baby" of the Senate
j of West Virginia. Senator Holt is
one of the most outstanding Young
' Democrats, not only in the South,
1 but in the entire country. He was
ator between now and the State
Onnvention. .Senator Holt has had
tiffins annrA In thA StenatA Office
-r , --
Building assigned to him, as well
as desk space in the Senate Hall,
but may not be sworn in until he
attains his 30th birthday, on June
lOtl. XTa In aairi in tia fl nwnkflf
19th. He is said to be a speaker
of rare charm, is a thorough; pro
administration Democrat, and will
undoubtedly have a singular ap
tne Young Democrats of
A number of red-hot controver
sies will in all probability be slated
I Duplin County is expected to be
well represented at, the convention.
-m. ,,.U la DnifnMl.. VC fa
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for next year.
! MRS. BONEY FINDS JOBS, TWO
Mrs. Harvey Boney, Duplin's
most capable Welfare Superinten
dent is continuing her splendid ef
forts to get Jobs 'for people who
are out of employment No Mrs.
Boney is not in competition with
the Relief Agencies, but the unfor
tunates in our midst have learned
that Mrs. Boney will not leave a
stone unturned in an effort to help
them. She is always sympathetic
and understanding with them. Dur-
! nig the past few days, Mrs. Boney
has succeeded in securing Jobs for
nv people. Her of rice nw re-,
Kirl8 a nome
' One of her pet cases at the
present u a lamiiy at u. .uiumy
Home who are victims crm''
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f1 ...S!?!?- .veotrMiy. ,
ootn very " -a
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recovering from an operauon ror
1 atmendicitis. Anv one who wishes
to have an unusuaUy fine boy or out the Stote, Mra. Hubert Boney,
in their homelriU do waU to'of T.achey,- first vUe-prertdentjif '
sed Jrlome Owners In
May Get Aid If They
T rini r a no
Miss Blythe Burnette, Home
Service Director of the Tide Watei
Power Company whichi Serves Ke-
ansyille and Duplin County will
conduct a demonstration in cook
nig here next Thursday, June 27, j
it was announced today.
Miss Blythe will bold the dem
onstration in the home of Mrs. N
B.(Boney at four .o'clock ln the af
ternoon. The subject of her dem
onstration will be "Cool Cooking"
as it is done on the electric range.
Miss Burnette is somewhat of a
newcomer to this section, having
taken over the work with Tide
Water only a few months ago
The ladies of nenansville are look
ing forward toward her coming
with much Interest. It is expected,
Mrs. Boney stated that, that prac
tically every lady in town will at
tend. An invitation is extended to
At 3:30, just a half hour before
the demonstration, the Woman's
Club will hold a short business
Widows And Vete
rans Of Civil War
Pension checks for 32
of Civil War Veterans, three vete
rans and one Negro servant were
received by the Superior Court
Clerk last week. Thirty of the
widows received the semi-annual
Class B checks of $30 each, two
received semi-annual checks of
$182.50 each, and the Negro ser
vant received a semi-annual check
Of the three soldiers one, L. H.
Pridgen died recently. He was
commander, at the time of his I
death, of tne Wm. J. Houston
Camp of this county. His death
left only one veteran actually re
siding: in Dunlin Countv. he is A.
R. Hicks of Faison. The other ve-
teran receiving a check was W. J.
Merritt of Mt. Olive.
The Negro servant was Bill Stal
lings who acted as body servant
to Capt. John C. McMillan.
SECOND TONSIL CLINIC
HEBE NEXT WEEK i
The second tonsil clinic will be
held in Kenansville on Tuesday and I
Wednesday of next week, accord-;
ing to announcement made by Dr.
White today. Dr. Ed Bizzell of
Goldsboro will perform the opera-
tiqns. Charges for the clinic will I
be' $15 per patient.
300 Duplin People At Club
Meeting At Carolina Beach
Vnmluk. aftAMflnor MM TllaPA '.W XTnMfk Paulina THa I li ill F
Carolina Beach; miles traveled.
150. More than 300 club women,
their husbands and children from
Duplin County attended the elev-
enth district federation of home
demonstration clubs at Carolina
Beach,' Wednesday, June 19th.,
The meeting started promptly at
10 o'clock in the morning in the
large casino, facing the ocean. The
club women of Brunswick County
were hostesses to the federation
and the meeting was presided over
by the president of the Brunswick
The morning session was devot-
ed to reports from the counties
composing; the district, namely;
New Hanover, Pender, Brunswick 4-H Club Organization, was devot
and Duplin. Mrs. Jake Wells, Sec- ed to awimmlng ln the surf and
retary of the Duplin County Fed-
eration nBd toe rt of the work
done ia DuplU County during the
past year. Mrs. L. D. Dail, Mrs.
Fab Newklrk and Mrs. Pete Dav-
isMra. Henry Parker and Mrs.
Pearl Blanchard served on the
.Re - i - traUon. Courtasv. Nomination
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prominent onto women mruuKu
.IIINP. 27th. FINAL
Explanation Of Eligi
bleCasesWill be Given
Salisbury, N. u., June the 19.,
1935 The attention of Duplin
County home owners in distress
who desire aid of the Home Own
ers' Loan Corporation, was today
called to the fact that under the.
amendment of the HOLC Act, re
cently passed by Congress, the
period for filing new applications
will expire at midnight, June 27tb
1935. After that date, it was sta
ted by T. C. Abernethy, State
Manager of the Corporation here,
no application will be received
from home owners who are in dis
tress and who are eligible under
the law for assistance, and he urg
ed that all those desiring assist
ance file their applications at
j Mr. Abernethy stated that regu
I latlons, as to eligibility, remain
i virtually unchanged, and those de
siring complete explanation of
what cases are eligible may receive
it either by calling at the State
I Office, Post Office Building, Salis
i bury, N. C, or one of the District
I Offices, or by writing for full in
widows j formation. . Office hours of the
Corporation, for the summer, be
came effective two or three weeks
ago, and are from 8:30 A. M. to
4:30 P. M. Mr. Abernethy stated
that these hours have been chang
ed, for the convenlece of the pub
Ue,f and application ulerks wul b
on hand in the State and District
Offices until 5:30 and later every
afternoon until the time limit for
filing application expires.
District Offices are located as
follows: Raleigh, Charlotte, Greens
uu. u, . ..Jill, t iiil nuu U1GCII.IIIC
Sunday School 10:00
Subject: "The Gospel Faces the
Junior League 7:15
Vesper service 8:00
Address J. O. Bowman, Jr.
Sermon Home Folks.
Lets all attend.
Preaching at Outlaw's Bridge
Sunday mronlng. Sermon topic:
Give the Church a Chance'." ;
Home Demonstration Clubs and
Mrs) Catherine P. Wells, first vice-
president of the District' were in-
traduced from Duplin County,
The number of miles traveled
multiplied by the number present
g.ave total of more than ten
thousand miles traveled -by Duplin
club members in reaching this
Dinner waa served on tables In
the large open lunch room just
outside the casino and judging by
the compactness of the crowd,
more than one thousand people
were gathered about the tables at
' The entire afternoon, with the
exceptoin of the meeting of the
old and the young alike enjoyea
breakerg. Fathers who had nev
er seen the ocean before and chil-
dren who had never .dreamed mat
there could be so much water
donned bath suits and played near
the water's edge until time to
lenv for home.
Colored maids were provided for
the comfort of the guests.
w me trucks carrying around
I memlnsr. to U,e meeting and were
i imnniAiiutntMi nv numeroua auw
"k,, iil with members of
mobUes loaded with members of
which had never before seen the
blue waters of the Atlantic ; .