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KENANSVILLE, N. O.
Ft "L1H-IKD EVERY THURSDAY ,
THURSDAY, JUNE STtlk, 1SS
'VitH':1 NUMBER U
Oiicrs Aid To Any
CO POiFuLAT ION
rer ent ur8ni Vl,uu?,," -.
Total Ccct viii Me;
Made Cy Gov;t,
Duplin County ; towna
not haw water worKs and sewage
disposed now Has ine oppuri.uuii.jr
t Ltnm such throurh' the aid of
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to obtain such through
the Federal Government. .
Mr Roach,"who is with the Fed-
al Health Departnu
Health rtenartment. was in
Kenansville this week.
-,- u-.A...mmMi hnthln- ttiMann
ideWare interested in the pro-
Under the setup towns 01 BOO screamea, oui lunier raw uuuxp
nonulation can Install water works beared. '
and sewage disposal at anestlmat-j; The body was sent to Teachey) !i - ;n iHbniA
ed capital coat of $38,037. Of thhMdhday night- 'Funeral services .Unly .inreeaSe.S.vI. 'coUrtiatenogra .the Sixth
amount 45 per cent ,oe approxl-(
piately $17,600 will be an outright
grant from the Federal tiOTer -
went The balance will be taken
care of through, a .net bona issue,
twenty five years, .4 percent se
rial bonds, $20,937. . t r "
The annual capita) cast after de
ducting the 45 per .cent grant will
be $1,840. with j monthly capital
charges to the eommunky of $112,
000. It is estimated that, the mon
thly operating:- expense .will .be
133.00. Including the. monthly ca
pital cost monthly3 ioperaUng tea
rense totaU $1900.. The total
i monthly revenue anticipated will
100 leaving a pet surplus
.. nonUi"Vf t.A.":"
.ior tldS set up tile towns of
'isville, Magnolia, Rose Hill,
i villa and Pink Hill can enjoy
i. i-n water Works- nad sewage
u posals at very, little cosU'n
fact, It is thought that if firs pre
vention,, which is not included in
the above. estimate,; is put ;in also
the savings to the communities In
fire insurance rates, over a period
of 25 years will pay for the plants.
; , Kenansville s. enjoys1,? a water
works and It is estimated that the
sewage disposal could be installed
here for about, half the above cost
Falson lias recently completed its
water works and sewage projects
and "wding to reports from that
town Lulldlng and repairing has
increased considerably; installation
' of modern bathrooms and other fa
cilities has resulted in.; putting- to
work many people." ' ; i
Johnson To Pdstoff ice
?.To Solicitors Post
In the off year, of tha oft year
election Duplin County politics has
been rather warm. Only a short
time atro the election of a new
county superintendent of education
kept the political, observers . and es 0f assault, using profane lang
participators busy to know What uage and drunk and disorderly con
was going to happen. .duct. V.. ; ,
jLast week lnrormauon jeaaea
out that Congressman Graham
Barden had recommended . . E. J.of whiskey for sale
(Basnet Johnson for the job of
postmaster at Wallace. rBogue" is
solicitor jjor.. ipe, geoorm. w"jr
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court, navng .jwmiub, ;ww j.,eiyen ; "w i
last election. Now the Question is, , with" leave. ' '
' who wffl wioeeed 'MBoTIa.w..LMBard 'Moveharge-,:'Witbi
Wm E IWeu, who'renvsecond?poasessiOT
in the race last time. Frank Black- pose of sate, -was given a 60 day
more of Warsaw who was also in
thefieht P, J. Caudell of Waltace,
a Dromlslng young attorney. It
ronorted that these three are actif
ivHiv after tne job ana wiieu : uio
names of N. B. Boiiey of Kenans- !
. n .r 1 IX,. 1 '
vine ano ueorge n. .hy vi nw
i owi mantiniiAiV it is believed
ti.ut neither of these two men;
would scoff at the Job. The prob -
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lem is beaming more complicated, on the Tobacco Oonr
every day, sccordtag to thMsto .:gSJSn thlee
e supposed to be on the Inside trol JWfrptult
e only trouble is, though, only
i Job and after it
, e can have the Job and after it
, , .,,1 nv the oeoDle In the coun-
J received by the County Agent
a time come, a- rocewea JgJJ
, ,xiiruuBu uoouj "- .
t probably will
; o until election
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Ivlval In Progress 1
'."T-" 1 r: !.ii n.h.. mttnn anrjlications
M. BaKer 01 aaeoane w
r a Kevivai service ... u
e Presbyterian unurcn -una
rure crowds are
v!ui!S at , night
j thai niorrif
" .;r is pread
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Gordon Turner Of " f, j
Teachey Drowned At j
Carolina Beach Sun.
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The body,of D.J Gordon,. 19. of
Teachey who drowned - while In
6:80'. o'clock at .a'-place approxi-
The body was found by a group
that bad patrolled the beach all
, " a i,
youth's brother, H. F ..Turner, and
O . .
Turner drowned when. he appa
renuy luppeu uiv i noe as
horth of the bathing "e-,
were held Tuesday. ; ; ,
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jFrom all sections of the county
there Comes word to the ; TIMES
office' that tobacco is being barned
this week. Some sections have jd
ready begun and have cured one or
to fuU swing this week.t Those
who havrred.oner6r more, ha-is
Up ;welli and'ia . making, beautiful'
tobacco. . Practically all of - the
tobacco. , Practically all of - the
barns In the -..nty will te,pdtin
use Je " "T 7' V ..
niversary of flwt clash.' ' .,1 .Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Larson of
ZLj i,n,.f,iHi,w -wf,ntrt ro .Tmi.
Freight loadings ire up 11.6 per.lng a'few days in Kenansville with
CountyGoUrtlri Long Session
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DO lienor in l-asi Appear an ce
Tb Juhe term of General Ctoun- 'tha'andamea Stallinga were gr.
ty Court disposed of several case.; en f
In a rather lengthy session. SoUd- of larceny and receiving, j
swan song M-prostoE.lntoe,
County Courts as it! 1 'reported ,
that the solicitor
be the next postmaster
hnM. town ttt Wftllane. '
The-following cases were dlspos-'
ed of by the court
Youne' ' and jChancev Lamb were given a nol pros with persons from, different partamf the
found; not guilty ofJleftve on charge of fornication and county received the benefits, off er
whlakev - (adultery. ' " 'ed. Every thing ran exceptionally
r-Chariie Loftin was given- nol
pros with leave on a charge of car
rying" coiicealed, weapon, 't
k k-lvaipn.awi Jiuie vuwu woio.su-
en a ngi ros with leave on chare
. .& go day road sentence was nan-
.dad tp Lonsle Keith for possesslob
TheTasa of Bwt Costln charged rivln- wer no1 P81- ' Dr. White, Duplin's Health offlc- Warsaw Wolfscrape Calypso. Fal
Tne case or Bert lustra cnargeo j .j,w . l son. B. F. G.. Beulaville. Rose Hill.
The case of Bert
i . Kena-uoore. CHWgoa Win ins -
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suspended sentence-providing'!- her vwio
Iwould pay the casta and remam Wr trled fordlsordery
at good behavior for two years. i conduct and assault with deadly
John A, Wlllams. John R. .'Mat -
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. - J. 'tM Pit In DuD.immarilnr 'udii of the acUvi-
javoi of the4nunud control and"
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49 opposed to the -program
la expcted to reach 4000,
.q 1 .
.-i ootoiorw r.at thut
'lor LUJk eAClllUL kciiivi-vb
, -. .pmnlet-
h. .ion ,,n nt tha nertlflcates
bv -rowers in Duolln County with
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the exception of 25 or 30 who, did
not make application. " : . r
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County Agent L-X, McLendon irt
Negress Died AsHus-
band Reaves Town;
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'reaching the home of Uncle John'
j, ,n KenannvlUe SOndayt
'TJtl0rBing to wnlcft nom th c0rpaeJ
( Tether - Wlinama waij-oeing- ,
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nrira a ita mtTPi act in Hnniinivi iH ,
" ' ,. ,,- thJ
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Ii n.nM fmmdl that A ma, nra in an.
t fnllnd that Ames was In ah,
tiniwintitlniia jtnniUHnn .flni1 hiul. tn.
tr ... .... . . ...
De carnea irora ue train to me
nun whinH broucrht her to Kenans-
The couple were burried together
In Klnston Monday. .
Reported .In (.4)Unty .
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Reports irom the office of
County Health Department reveal
only three cases of Infantile Para
lysis In the county to date; These
'cases, are ' lni the western pari; of
the county,' two out from Warsaw
an(j one near Magnolia. -Dr. C.-H.
,ays that it is essential to have an"
early,' diagnosU for the best re
.hiied to the article written by Dr.
White and publlahed'ln anWlter
Juehe TIMES. -tfg,
WtSTONSIIf VISITORS V
ul"" , ' Tm twi.
McKlnley Powers, James Powers !
and Marshall Stallings, charged
with assault Not pros as to James
and McKlnley Powers.' -i
1 Johnnie DeVane and ; .Lorlene
A four months sentence went to.
William Moore for assault - , Edwin Blzzell of Goldsboro assist
Garland Williams received a nol.ed by the local doctors and nurses
pros with leave for carrying a con- was In charge of the clinical work.
cealed weappn'. .. - , - . ' 1 Tne Health department has on foot
-Garland i-Williams and VLonnie a -movement for another cllnitf in
Carroll were given a nol pros with August- r ''.u'i-
leave for assault with a deadly . i. " . ,T ,
r-The cases of W.,A. Prive andr
W. LC Smith charged. with reckless;
; ioiii nain;r, uibibcu
latins- an aut while intoxicated,
ludement was continued to the Oc-
-J-hr. t..- - - t
jtober term, i, . , -
''9Vh Chataa, cnargaa wiin as-
Kiven no1 J t
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ties of his office during the past
two year, disclose, some very in-
terMW information to the farm-
aw and business men in y this
A..ntv Jvm throort it is seen
that during the two year, tobacw .
growers here received a. total of
407i497.S3 cotton growers were
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paid a total of $144,903.13, while ' '1984, to June -I, '1935, A. A." A. . Payments maae tnrougn tne vaun
r ... T ;, t-i, j 'I i. WAb to- Arraifs offkw from July 1. 1935
payments or cuiiwi t . wsku -
mounted to J9S.10. Money paid oat
in Dunlin County for clerical help
. .Hminlntertnir tho cotton, tobac1
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co and corn-hoK protrram totaled
ki aa-asijpj mv5wh t.xu
$9,792.99 while committeemen for
iovosM white eommittaemen for
the three programs received a total
iouku i DtanH inlnl iuM
of $8,345.48. A grand total paid
-1 to: Duplin county as a resua i -tne
crop programs ui Jtu,oj,.ia. ri-
mers can readily see the benefits,
crop prugiaiiia ia f,.i v,w.io,, i- i -
MAYOR OOr"TY'S fcAPITOLr
' ISSUED STATEMENT-ON
. -PARALYSIS JEPEDEMIC
V. James E. Jerri tt Mayor of ,
the Town of Kenansylue, In co
V operation with the State Board
of' Health, hereby: advises.' that
our citizens, and niore espec
ially the children, avoid : at
tending public fathering dur-, -
v Ing the time the Infantile Pa--.
. ralysls Epidemic Ii sweeping:
our State. . ' V ,
This the 2 1st daj- of June,
JAMES E. Ji
Mayor Town ol
A In Nc w.Berh
nRiivft t wjin uinu ul j
iw Bern Sat
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Goldsboro, at 4 o'ol
torrtTwi hv Tthhl. S
linrll m- fttkV.. VPttTfl A-TA WhPJt flhe
. ,Mfn via w , tr " " -ei i
vea to wew tentto maHe ner
j Judicial District
I - She; la ..survived
. b two Bisters,
MrA.aac Cohen, fihi. Mm. . Essie
Smith of New Bern; two brothers,
'Ham- Uiawaras , ox rennesseef
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ana oeiis auwuus i Mf. vHTwiiyiinj
and a number of relatives in Golds,
boro, ' ' , .'V i !,
Miss Edwards underwent an op
eration at a hospitaltin New Bern
a week. ago.. Her onqition remain
ed critical, and 'on Saturday; her
Iv , f" ' ?
w lL v e Edwards.
of Rocky Mount; N .J. Edwards,
Thwu Lut,, -,.
.boro, and. Judgfr. Henry .A Grady,
Clinton, undttrwhom Miss Edwirds
number of attorneys from
ayne, oaropswi aiia jjui
as official cdurt- stenographer, for
j April 27c 1931 and was 'sworn
on the same day by the. superior :
court clerk, Jno. B. Williamson in
Sampson County. 1 She was- very ,
' PP among court officials and
y 1 cV.ror"
' 6 LlmiC Held
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CliniC rleld Here
' The second Tonsil Clinic of ;the
,' year -was held - in Kenansville this
week ;oii Tuesday.Twenty i. three
smooth -with no trouble- -at all. Dr .
UK. WHITEv SUCCESSFUL
WTTH CASE MENENGITIS
m v v A
er is noung tne ruptu iiutirovemeni
nf the Countv-S first case of SDinal
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Meneneltin in several vears. ,
-n..". Hunt JoK Bethea MB.
I The patient is Job Bethea, Ne -
.gra, o .tbCluurtty-CtxM:-voibdsrL 7, j
Mune UITlita type of tte disease-. Af Tlf W pL i
,, ,, sullul1Uu.-siu p,
many instances. Th paUentj is!
getting along nicely ; and expects
to be completely we anq out. soon.
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of the' Drosrram to this' section.
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prices ofJ all farm ' commodities
haveWn Increased considerably
with tobacco leading with an;in-
creaae af over 200 percent
The official -report from the
County Agent'sofflce i ,as follow
Report of the County Agentf. Of-
y, flee on work don. from July 1,
; iQd , .t iqv ..a. ;i. a.
wwn wn ww,j
' 1934 Rental paymont on iODac7
Pavment on Tobacco. $228,983.49
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1934 Total Rental
v v sr
Cotton, $47,234.29; 1934, Total Pa
rity Payment on Cotton, $18,830.27i
iQM Tnlil fOntal Pavmenta on
uonon, ,x.o;. njrnwu wmi
lv ,v.icki v-"- -
uoiHitm ire'i- i-"'"" -"
bacco) $9,492.84; Payments made
Dead Sunday Afternoon Near
-Injured In Maryland
I Berwyii, Md., June 24 E .O. Rack
! ley, (ruck driver, and bis helpjr, B.
' J. Rivenback, both of Wallace, N.
C, .were badly Injured today when
their' truck collided with a parked
t . HUB UU LIUC OUMIUUIC UVUWTMU
The two were taken to Washing-
ton hospitals where Rackley's con-1
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ditlon was reported as serious, Kl-
Venback has a fractured lesr.
diUon wa reported as serioi
, venback ha. a fractured leg.
Monday af- Postmaster Williams
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i 'lA NMro i 'itnvuntlnn
' The Annual Convention of the N.
uarouna oiaie crancu niuoniu '
AY, finatmosrax WtlKoma fmm Va.
ivhi vo kuiuuvui v uummw am was
ansvUle and others in this county
are expectea to attend.
A very Interesting program has
been arranged with feature ad
dresses . by C. B. Utley,' Superin
tendent of Post Office Service and
others from the nation's capital. , .
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. . . Ills mn Bnsiik mkj mwj if mj
I OUng DemOCratS AS" fellowship with one another. A
oflmkliniy T- 1olAin-k tempting dinner was spread on the
MeulDling in ivaieill iawn at noon time and everyone
o I enjoyed the feed. Mr. Cooper ec-
The North Carolina Club of tered into all the activities with
Young Democrats convened this the spirit of youth,
week end in Raleigh. Delegates are ' Present for the occasion were the
expected to begin pouring in the following daughters, Mrs. IX L.
Capital City tonight and tomorrow Wells, Wallace; Mrs. J. D. Lark
will be taken with a busy session, ins of Wilmington; Mrs. I P. Dai)
- TTnlfait fltatA. Qunotnr Bu.h Tk A If. . 1 O illwIHnn
Holt Of West Virginia U expected
Holt of West Virginia U expected
jiilti .mi ntK ,iai7T,T w i ..n
rT.r ..T!" ..Y 1 '
egatlbna of Young Democrats from
this county will attend,
France asked to present peace
able Italian terms to Ethiopia.
Board Education Meet Mon.
Discuss Ehlargi ng Schools
The County Board of Education
will meet in Kenansville Monday
with school equipment as its ma-
jor problem. The Board reports
that the Federal Government has
micaujr piuiiiioeu lue sum ui fiuu,-
OOO to be used on repairing the!
present school buildings, and the! Tbe General County court was
contractor is now at work on the called Into special session Monday
school houses in the county, mak- night to hear a case of brother
tag plans for the spending of this against tMofher from the Drum
money. However several of the mersvtlle community,
schools of the county have out I Rudolph Price was arranged
grown their capacity and additions before Judge Blanton on a charge
will have, to be made to these
buildings and the board is seeking
federal aid in the enlarging ot
these buildings. The repair funds
mentioned above come as a gift
and will not have to be paid back
but this fund ean be used only in
repair work. The board will con
sider asking for a P. W. A. loan
10 cover ttlB enlarging program
which will affect the schools at
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Chinquapin and several of the co-
lored units Plana rp twine- mutu
. loa unlls- r-ians are oeing maae
- to start the repair work at once,
: The only preaching service In
Kenansville on the fifth Sunday
to Committeemen ' (Cotton and $2,291.85; Payments made to Com
Tobacco), $6,403.99;' Payments mltteemen (Cotton and Tobacco),
made to Corn-Hog Clerical - Help, $1, 080.35; Payments made to
$432.00; Payments made to Corn-
Hog Committeemen, $629.80; Pay-
$93.10; Total $315,027.37,
.PavniAnfai made through
made for Cotton Tagging,
, w -my.,
$20,554.89; 1933,4-Cent Advance on
Option Cotton, y $29,959.39; : 1984
First v Rental Cotton Payment,
$23,831.45; 1934 Rental Payment
of Tobacco. $103,281.06; 1933 Price
-Equalising Payment on Tobacco,
$74,080 02; Payment, made to Cle-
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xical Help (Cotton and Tobacco),
Dr. Zeno Spence
Of Goldsboro To
Speak At Bethel
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Dr. Zeno Spence ; of Goldsboro
will peak at Bethel Church near
Charity Cross Roads next Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock'. : Dr:
Spence will speak on Temperance
and particularly anxious to have
present possible. , :
pr. Spince, It U said, baa a new
v... .kik t.. ..m'mU.
Uliui iam water uy " 1
Uong of;weU be reached. It
ita hopedthat he will have a packed
nouse to near mm.
'L. M. Cooper Passes
Another Mile Stone
I Mr. L. M. Cooper of Kenansville
was the guest, of honor at a picnic
dinner given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D .U Wells of Wallace.
Mr. Cooper passed his 86th birth
day on 'June 23 and Is still in good
health and, enjoys and is enjoyed
by all that know him. The family
gathered at Wallace Sunday mora
of Klnston and Mrs. EUa Urftta.
of Klnston and Mrs. EUa loftlit,
city to enjoy, the day.
vited guests included: Mr. and
Mrs. U L. MiHard and children
and Mrs. J. O. Temple of Kins
' l icu a Ui Atiav,n.
' Qrj B T 0 t h er '
of drunk and disorderly conduct,
threatening to kill and assault
with a 'deadly weapon upon his
brother LeRoy Price.
Rudolph plead guilty to drunk
and disorderly conduct Prayer for
judgment was continued to tbe
September term of court on con
dition that the defendant does not
drink any intoxicants during said
period and that he pay costs of the
action. He was allowed to the
September term to pay the costs
by giving a bond of $50 for ap
pearance. His brother whom he
attacked-stood bis bond.
win be held in the local Methodist
Church Sunday evening at 8:00.
The pastor. Rev. F. B. Joyner and
me summer assistant, air. uari
Haley will have charge of the ser-
vVse -which promises to be a very
Oorn-Hog Clerical Help, $285.30;
Payment, made to Corn-Hog Com
mitteemen, $231.84; Total $255,-
604.65. ;t , pi': -" ' v,.
' Duplin County farmers have, by
a wide margin, indicated their de
sire to continue tha - program
through another three years. If the
vote carries through out the four
Hue cured states of Virginia, N.
and S. Carolina and Georgia the
program will be continued for the
1936 crop and another vote will
, be taken next year y to ascertain
the wishes of the farmers on' the
Crowd Negroes Play
in When A Quarrel
One Load From Gun
Edmund McMillin was ahot i nd
killed near Teachey Sunday after
noon about 4:00 by Hiram Bryant
after a quarrel at the Bryant
home. 'A group of colored people
were gathered at the Bryant home
for the afternoon and were playing
and scuffling in the yard. Some
drinking was going no and strife
started. McMillin was asked to
leave and did leave but returned in
a short time.
He left again and was follewed
by Justice and Hiram Bryant, the
latter having a double barrel shot
gun In his hand. As McMillin
crossed Highway 40 just at the in
tersection of the Teachey t oad he
met some girls, pulled out his
knife and turned to face tac twe
men who were chasing him As he
turned Hiram shot i full load into
bis left lung. He was kil'ed in
stantly. Both Bryant boys left the
scene at once anq officers were
abel to capture Justice but Hiram
escaped until Tuesday afternoon
when he was brought to Kenans
ville and turned over to :he offi
cers by members of his family. Hi
ram is being held without bond and
Justice is out under bond.
Duplin Reports 4
In Home Repairs
The Duplin County Unit of the
Federal Housing at will just a
bout round out its work next
week. The canvassers will discon
tinue their work due to a lack of
money to carry the project further
in that respect. The office of the
secretary, which is located in the
county farm agent's office, is ex
pected to continue functioning for
As a result of the work several
property owners have made appli
cation for loans to repair their
home and buildings, but the most
gratifying report of all is the con
tinual daily report of the canvas
sers that Duplin County home own
era are making extensive needed
repairs, painting their homes and
outhouses and almost changing the
general appearance of their places.
Chairman Jimmy Jerritt, stated
yesterday. It sounds mighty good
for Duplin County to know that so
few have to borrow money to make
the necessary repairs.
Carl Haley Speak
ing In Kenansville
Carl Haley, Senior year student
In the School of Religion at Duke
University is conducting a Teach
ers Training Class in the Baptist
Church in Kenansville during the
week. The classes are meeting for
two thirty minute periods and are
being well attended by members
from all the churches.
Mr. Haley Is speaking on the
Christian Life. He is pointing out
the essentials in the Christian rel
igion that should be emphasized,
and .making applications1 of the
principles taught. The course Is
well worth while and you will
want to ' attend the remaining
Dr. C. H. White
It Is with regret that the people
of the county are bidding goodbye
to Dr. C. H. White who has been
at the head of the Health Depart
ment for the past year, and who
is leaving the county Friday for a
short , vacation at his home ,. in
Townsviile, N. C. and at Morehead
City. Dr. White win go to New
York City early in July to-take1 up
research work in the Polyclinic
in that city. Dr. White leaves a
host of friends all over tbe- coun-'
ty who are very sorry to see him
lAnvinsr the countv. vet everv one
of whom is wishing for him fla
greatest of success in bis new Jfcn-
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