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The Duplttt Theatre brings two 8toje . nesti, Avery, ' rather adage that "a dry June never begs
4 unusually. popular pictures to Its
rcreen next week.' The program
opens Monday and Tuesday with
. Will Rogers In "Doubting Thomas."
, Wednesday will be shown- "College
Scandal", with Arlene Judge, while
Thursday and Friday Mae West
tullt ma1r4 Iiap AniwnnM Benin j
Mae West chose Paul Cavanagh
to be her leading man in her new
Paramount film, "Goin to Town,"
ashamed of the bird's conduct, ex
plains the gobbler doesn't belong
to: him he borrowed It from a
neighbor, Ralph Wooten. . '
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Citizens Speak Minds
, Rev. Mr. Fitzgerald, In his let
ter to the Times this week from
New York; seems to fear the
continual growth and therating
continual growth and threatlng
Church In the United States.
Maybe II Duce or Premier Mus
solini of Italy is in cahoots with
it seems that outside sentiment
during recent years has advocated tlte- Pope In his apparently ag
. . . lAiirlini,. ; f mm . .- .n - . . . .
crressive , anuuue unninu
at the DuDlin Theatre next weektnavtner the roads lep ding from
because she likes "new men," and I Highway 40 into Rose Hjll and
she thinks the public does toa 1 jjagnolia respectively. But. on
"I ke new men; explains the questioning citizens of the , two
curvaciousstar.V'I don't want a 'towns it seems that the majority
man that the audience sees every of them are not In favor of such
time they enter ' a theatre. They I "
want something different too."
Cavanagh tag had a long' career
In motion pictures; He originally
went to Hollywood under contract
to Paramount after a short time
on -the stage in England. He has
' been a soldier, lawyer, sailor and
; farm" hand.
' In "Goin' to Town" he plays the
man Mae West loves. He loves
her, too, but he's afraid to admit
It and runs off to Buenos Aires.
Mae West, who has Inherited the
money of a cattle king, follows
him to Buenos Aires taking her j
racing stable as an excuse. ,
But she can't win him,, she
learns, until she has acquired some
of the society airs he so admires.
. Without hedging she marries an
impoverished young socialite be
cause he will give her an entree
to the elite.
How Cavanagh is brought to a
realization of his love and how he
rescues Miss West from the for
, tune hunters and snobs who sur
round her, is shown in the climax
of "Goin' to Town."
Cavanagh's rivals In the film in
clude Ivan v Lebedeff; Monroe
Owsley and Grant Withers. Direct
ed by Alexander Hall, the picture
i features three new songs, Xove Is
Love," "Now I'm a iLady" and
'He's a Bad Man," all sung by
surrounding nations. If . the II,
' Duce can conquer Europe with
his army maybe the Pope can con
quer the United States with his
Church and slowly by degrees
reestablish " , the Roman ,'. Empire ,
A remarK neara wan um, iwk wrvuguuui,. uiefvvriu. ."-;'... 1
Hill has no trouble brtaging the I ;.. ,':&t- r" v".
truck growers to its market, It is Oh yes! Last week we forgot to
moving the truck from Rose Hill tell you a good one.:At a recent
to the Northern outlets that Is -meeting of the Rotary Club, a de
becoming annoying For instance, 'bate' was ataged between four of
a large transfer truck will hardly " toe members on the subject "Re
attempt to move a very large load solved that North Carolina should
from the market shed to Route 40 adopt State Control oty Legalized
over the dirt thoroughfare, there-. Whiskey." The affirmative side of
fore buyers go to other markets the query was upheld by J. O.
where hard surfaced roads permit Bowman, of Kenansville, and Ar
the trucks to move without hand- thur Humphrey; of Warsaw, while
leap: , ' v . i the Negative was taken by Jimmy
A mass meeting of all the cltj- Jerritt, of Kenansville . and Paul
zens of the two towns is expect- Potter, of Warsaw. The affirma
ed to be called in a few days to tlve side won the argument and
demand some action. . when questioned, the judges stated
that Mr. Bowman put up sues a
strong argument In favor of State
control of- liquor that they were
forced to give him the unanimous
- c " decision.
"' ! It was later learned, however,
qnest of the growers whose to- ; that the whole matter was a frame
bacco was being granoea up on Jup and Mr Bowman was not real-
ly expressing his opinions or desire
secUi i i
the ti u( i
is fin! .
is as imr-'
ing or (
The fm 1 1
plowed at 1
about in d...'ferent't, hpv wili never ficht over abstract
area, a. great many
field? 'of bean stalls
and Lin as are seen
tion of the crop rem
otely after the field
-king or abandoned
t as thorough spray-f-T
aid-" be" disked or
t six inches; deep.
ideas. t i- .V . I
They will not shed each' other's .
blood over , the question of where
the dead are, or how we shall ap
proach God. . - '
From the disruption of Solo
mon's kingdom, a recorded in I
IQngs 11 and 12, to the American
Revolution, many years ' were
fought over taxation. " . ' .
The ProtestanU say that the
state should control education, that
... VT V S mT7!,l coveV' all should be taxed to support the
all the b, i :.A,.gee Under usual puWo;a6ho08. The Romaln Catho-
conditior - , m- percentage of, Uctf 8 that the church should
wLh I'," lT', ,'y control educaOon. -They say it is
a. L UTUgh S1011 ! nothing but right that since they
done wd greaUy, curtail next id0 noBend their chUdren to the
.year's inf eata tion K ,;7r public schoote, some of the money
should be given back to them to
support their , parochial schools.
Can we find a peaceful solution of
this problem, a peaceful answer to
thla niiMHnnt i'-TViH - mfl4nfltv
ever re any respect uie nguua vi
Pur- It Is Very
Very E.-rcnsivi" Says
Rev; n:- -enaia
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' ;:Pouel'triAJ;Ti-y 'vluWe W be wtae enough to
Editor, Duplin rtwmi.&X''""'- L?'
This is a gaui day In Pough-I, Final Y. We say we believe In toe
keepsie, "Mai. at 6, 7. 8. ancf 10 fnUrch
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NEWS and VIEWS
GOBBLER PATIENTLY SITS . !
ON NEST OF 30 GUINEA EGGS
:r. r o-r-v,- ;V.i '.,
Kinston, July 18. The effort of a'
. turkey gobbler on the farm of -J, f
Cary- Avery, of Airy Grove, to;
raise a family of guineas is being J mobilization. You can take Mr.
the warehouse floors for pitiful
prices, Mr. Williams' , profits
stayed high but the prices of
the farmers stayed low.
But now Mr. Williams, violent
ly attacking the pending '"AAA
amendments and all the AAA of
ficials who have led the farmers
In their escape from starvation,
hints that an effort may be
made to mobilize tobacco farm
ers behind his demand that the
law. be so framed that imme
diate removal of the processing
tax, upon which all AAA pro
grams depend, on; flue-corei to
bacco. .Will lie. required.;; ', i -
Well, growers here is. an offer
of leadership, a chanoe for a new
watched with Interest. The guineas ,
havn't emerged from shells ; yet, 1
but the gobbler is sitting patiently
on a nest containing' 30 eggs. He;
v . , NOTICE!
TO THE. MERCHANTS OF
WAYNE, DUPLIN AND
,., fcENIOR COUNTIES:
Until further notified, please
do not honor any rural rehabi
litation' oriers unless counter
signed -by Mrs. Laura K. Spicer,
Administrator, or Mr. H. C. Mc
Daniel, Field Auditor.
arguing for argument's
It's time for congratulations,
"C. B." The Times and your many
friends are proud of the fact
that you have been given the
appointment to West Point by
Congressman Barden and here's
hoping you every success and a
big future. -
Is this legal?
people be taughtf
, JOHN T. FITZGERALD.
- Recent Duplin
,. , Marriages . , -
LewW Potter and Mable Aldrid
cert by .Scofield's 4an4, The ob- ftat nor '? W
an - m- baa ever told us Just what , it
"w nut V VU B UiflViaj .
of fireworks trv twxHn . 11-IM r .means, caia joan rum
Such is the program for the Ja
bllee Feast of Our Lady of Mount
CarmeL The reader has already de
tected, I am sure, that Our Lady
of Mount .earmeMs a . Catholio
church, that "Our; Ladv". in th
Rioauui' vini u.'ni-'in' . Kt of . Inolr County.
tant part of the observance today ! RobertGray Fountain, New Han
is the pinning, of money on a sta-, W Sh!f"eld,l4
tue of the ViFgin ' - 1 ' Jy Foss and Lessie Smith,
x !i Loyd Miller and Clara Smith. -
In the South, excepting Lout, revf peter Paul jjra.
siana, toe Protestant are safely JVe8tua Moore ,
intbs majority. In ny northern Eldrldge Ginikln c Carteret
states the Protestant Majority, la d j0Bephlne Kilpatrlck,
small. In a few years the 'Romanr- '- j ,
CathoUcs will be In toe majority. jHa,uax( 7 oo,ore4 ' .
It ta interesting to recall thy bao and NetUe Lou
great Protestant movement of the v.e , ... . , v .
sixteenth century was largely, M.t ndrew Muler u,Uan Hug
economio one.- The central figure, s
in this movement was' Martin Uiy 'p&rk Budle M
ther, who said' that nearly all the n-via. 4? -, - 4
3rterany w" takl"! Dave Lewi, and Th'elma Con
wings and flying across the Alps-1 - . t , . ,
w WTO UU DIM. IU1UW All Ute
'' Herbert Merritt and Fannie Mae
Moore. " 1 '
reasons why we Protestants have '
no purgatory, but we may be sure,
If the dead go to heaven, we are JDUDlin UOUmy BOyS V
Sympatoeuc FriendGood e
T JCar ,8.Certa'nl,y?"h; " K6ne; but U r iead are in Quallf JT Or L. M. 1. U
Awards For Members
Bignt: uia nure-Atnrv. it iNCvarv VArv fnn.
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sive to pray them out
came ' bearing toward
bumped right into me. Ex.
Williams, who kindly offers him
self, and have Just what he gave
you in the years .before 1988.
Or, If you fail to appreciate his
offer, you can keep the leader
ship of Secretary Wallace and
other AAA officials who have
helped you to secure what you
have had In the years since 1933.
O rf '.".;.',;
Funny thing, this weather, re
minds me of some human beings
I know, when it will It wont and
when it wont it willj in other words
when we need rain it' stays "dry o - "
and when we need dry It , stays ble less- than made last year. The
rain. If this keeps up toe prosper- growth has been irregular and ra
tty of Eastern North Carolina may ther stunted in the east, premature
not be as abundant as some are ripening has been noticed, and
predicting for this fall. Anyway variable quality is expected. Some
ea up, wna are you a
you hit something? v
ZIIa out to lei ; wm Protested and ' .Catholics
a bridge go by and a big tree i,., . . ,
me and h frir.rt.i,ir. t , ...f.Jh- gementa for the annual Citizens
"Why does a woman say she's
been shopping when she hasn't
bought a thing?
-. 'Why does a man say he's been
fishing when he hasn't caught a
-thing?" Philadelphia Inquirer.
B- sie. ..rlTitShw ETAOTTTT
Fort Bragg, July 10--All arran
imenta for the annual Citizens
Military Training Camp are now
we get some condolence in the old farmers
fear second growth
WARSAW, N. C.
WEEK 'OF JULY 22nd.
Monday' and Tuesday WILL ROGERS in
DOUBTING THOMAS i
Matinee both days v j. K '
' Wednesday Only , . '
ArUne JUDGE and Kent TAYLOR in
COLLEGE SCANDAL ;
" Matinee 3:30 f ' ' ' S
A1" ' ! ' ' -'' jh' ..-'.-:'' V-,---.-;S:1.,'Vj','1-f';f",li,.
t. Thursday and Friday, MAE . WEST in f :
GOIN TO TOWN
,. Matinee Thursday S:S0 - .' ,
I I Sahirdav. RUCK JONES in ,;.
BORDER BRIGANDS .
Matinee 1:30 ' " m
' COMING WEEK AFTER NEXT
, CALIENTE :
FREE PASSES: The following people will receive a free pass
to any show next weeTt If they present this ad to the ticket
window: ; Rev. F. L. Goodman, Kenansville;-Mrs. Henry West,
Kenansville; Mrs. D. L. Carlton, Warsaw; Mrs. T. A. Turner,
Pink Hill; Mrs. Annie Jones, Pink Hill; Mrs. Mamie Heath,
Pink Hill; Mr. I J. Sandlin, BeulavUle; Mr. Archie Lanier, Beu
laville; J. D. Bostic, Beulaville; Mrs. Clifton Brinson, Ken
- The stands of cotton have been
the worst In 15 years. ; This is
especially true in the eastern half
of North Carolina. .Dry June con
ditions were particularly favora
ble for cotton, resulting in toe
holding back of the top growth
stimulating ' extensive and deep
root growth. Maximum - benefits
f rm fertilizer . usage, stimulation
of. early and ; abundant ' squares;
jrood culUvation and retarding of
weevil development, have been out
standing factors. The acreage ap
pears to be expanded from -last
year. Of course no yield figures !
uic nvtuutuie una eariy m tne
season. J ,
" TRUCK AND FRUITS
Truck crops ; growing in June
were hurt very much by the exten
sive and intensive dry conditions.
Irish potatoes show considerable
decrease in acreage and the'jUeld
is not up to that of last year.
Fruit crops are variable in pros
pects but generally good. For In
stance apples show an average
crop, peaches are appreciably a
bove the average, and grapes are
slightly below.-Of course, the ap
ple production may- be changed
considerably by weather conditions
before the fall harvest Pry weath
er conditions have prevented the
Sand Hill peaches from gaining
full size. Watermelons and eanta
louDes havn been hurt In aize and
production. Still by toe end of July
y one may wonder wherein toe dry
june oia me aamage reported then.
Tbs girl who marries without
knowing how to operate a house
ought to be wed to a man who
can't hold a Job. 7 -
Your own mental test: List eight
words, in two minutes, that spell
the IfliiM hArkvflH nr fnrarnwl
O A Modern Motor Fuel brim
full of get up"and"go;'-offers
smoother motoring , and "econ
omy I 934 Purol-Pop gives
you flashing starts . . . surging
poweru . . thrifty mibago . . . at
the prico of regular gasoline.
act ' i , -
the fciicce? . .4 c;; ' U i t t
waiting only for t..!ir-fii..J oruci
to go to camp, whltb opens on Q'J.
August Bth at Fort Bragg -and be prepared. fr Du fii
lasta for thirty days. , 01 8 ;;'a- '
. The camp course of instruction ANS WER: A weU i
Is a combination of military train- seed bed is necessary fur !
ing and physical education, calcu- j suits in growing alfalfa t
lated to promote better citizenship m reason the land sl,u
among trainees. An interesting ! ,,.j A' ,, u .
feature of this schedule Is toe plowed falrly deep and be 1
large number of awards for ex- & Pu'verized with a disc a i
cellence in various lines of endea- 'row' The land should be alh
vor. Medals are given for military Btand at leaat a month a;'
superiority among each of the 4 preparation in order that it i
classes of trainees, ' Basic, Red, aett,e- Freqttent harrowinps -White
and Blue. These awards taK that period wiU give good r -are
donated by the Military Train- suits, As faU seeding is uauui,
ing Camps Association and . the more satisfactory In the Pledmo.-t
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
:' Seven medals for essays pn cit
izenship will be given by toe As
sociated Civitan Clubs, while the
winners in every branch of athe
tic endeavor will be likewise re
warded The total awards of all
classes, it was : announced, ' will
number, nearly one hundred. ''
A four-day' guest trip to Wash
ington ia to be given to the out
standing C. M. T. C. trainee from
each corps area, while a baseball
autographed by Lou Gehrig and a
tat autographed by Babe i Ruth
and Coastal Plain sections the imui
should be prepared the last of Jul
or early August so that it will I
ready for seeding from Septeml i i
1 to 30. .
f .Not sick yet not well., Is tliul
will be amone- thA nri. .t aD i "bout the way It is with you
xnnin Th h.uh.11. o. n.t.j' with some member of your familyl
camp. , The baseballs are donated
by Colonel J. A. Ruppert of the
New York American. League base
ball club, and the bats by Mr. J.
A. Hlllerich of the Hillerich and
Bradsy Company of . Louisville,
Kentucky1, makers of Louisville,
slugger bats. - ,
:-: Mr. N. B. Boney, who is chair
man of the committee on C. M. T.
Very likely the condition Is one thai
calls not for drugs, but for an addi
tional supply of vitamins, minerals
or other food factors. Better have a
talk with your doctor. And when lia
hands you a prescription, bring it
here to be filled. We maintain an
ample stock of the new approved
food concentrate. ' i
G enrollment in Duplin County,1 1 tti tjaat o " " rf
haa cooperated in the selection of ;& 'JU &, , LU.
the following young men, - who
have been accepted for camp: -Byron
G. Simmons, Pink Hill, Rt.
3; Alsa F. Gavin, Magnolia; Wood
row W. Blackburn Warsaw; James
H. Carter, Warsaw; Louis W. La
th an, Falson; Rex C. Wiggs, War
saw; Seth A. Hill, Warsaw; Wil
liam Middleton, Jr., Warsaw,
George P. Pridgen, Jr., Warsaw,
David C. Miller, . Warsaw; E. B.
Kinston, N. C.
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The Home Of The
I "Water seeks its own lever, so 'the old
I saying goes,' therefore, Economy-Wise I
I "shoppers come to our store for their ,
, ( : Heavy and Fancy Groceries ' ,
: Fresh Vegetables, Country Produce
: , and other needs around the dining room
t,V':;'v n " . s
1 Scott Grocery Go.
ii. m.' ROSE HILL.N. C.
When In Kenansville Trade At
HENRY'S CASH STORE
and be assured of right prices N
The Thrifty 1934 GASOLINE
KENANSVILLE SERVICE STATIONS Serving PUROL PRODUCTS
A. II Ann ELL
r rruN, samfson, pendeh' counties
FOfe YOUR CANNING NEEDS
GENUINE i I . , t i- . t
ZINC MASON FRUIT JAB CAPS, 1 doz. :...,. U. .25o
BEST GRADE JAR RINGS, 6 doc. .,.,,..... . . .25o
QUART FRUIT JARS, 1 doc 1 . 1 ...... . .0c
CERTO, Per bottle. ...i..,.,,.'AT'.f9c
SUGAR, 10 lbs.,
OUR LEADER BRAND , , , . .v-
Pure Orange Pekoe Tea, lb. 19c
v This is a quality Tea and will satisfy those who require a
,'-:", .-C '...;.: uedhun priea tea. 1
LEHIONS, large size, 1 doz. ..... ; . . .25c
PURE RIO COFFEE, 2 lbs. .... ... . '.23c
IN OUR MARKET
We carry a complete line of native meats, in season, '
i ' properly refrigerated. , '
KINGAN'S PURE '. '.-' ' " J
Pork Sausage, 1 lb. ...... .1. . . .. 25c
-'!.v. - KINGAN'S FULLV;":;:!:
Cream Cheese, 1 lb. . .... . . . .2
'lhe above prices plus State Sales Tax.
I have been serving the public in and around Kenansvi:
for 17 years and have striven to give quality, service and price
and have enjoyed a good patronage and hope to continue serv
ing you. 1 '
iv;V!"':' ;.:;:K"v '.'''-f.''-
Henry's Cac!i Store
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