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Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Leary of
Goldsboro Were week end guest or
Mr. and Mrs. Alton vick.
Mrs. -Margaret P. Orme has re
turned to her home in Washington,
n r Rf te visiting her jnolhcr,
Mrs. T. B. Peirce for the past two
Mrs. Dora Parker of Durham
, spent the week end with her neice
Mrs. J. B. Reaves. . -
i . Mrs. J. W. Farrior attendei the
, " marriage of her cousin. Miss Mary
Cromatie id Ellzabethtpwn on Fn-
'6, Mrs. R. E. Wall ani
thAir 'nephew, John Fonville opent
the week end at Myrue .ocuwu, -iiurnea u iwiuiuwiu ......a
C. Mrs. Wall remained for several f their mother, Mrs. Herbert - Mid
. weeir stay.. -'?:'-' ' v,';f'!;:i;-''!'''6Ueton.,''Vi:;.;' ::v--y ;? :'''"?;'
Mr4 and Mrs. Charlie Hobbs of j Miss Emily Knight of Goldsboro
Raleigh were guests of Mrs. P. W. was the guest of Miss Lola May
Hobbs Saturday. : ; t; Middleton Monday night
Mr. W. E. Hines and sons, Mid-! ,, Mr. and Mrs, J. , C, Brock and
J,.l nm sMwurd and ,J. Her- sons Kenneth and McDonald Brock
man Hines "were visitors to More-,
had Sundav. Middleton Hines re
maining over for two weeks stay.
1 Earl Best and Ann Hines spent
last week at Wrightsville Beach,
guests of their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hines of Atlanta, Ga.
- Mesdames Ula M. Kennedy, R.
' ' H. Best Sr.. L. H. Brown and Les
lie, Jr.," spent Friday in Kinston
A Misses Cary and Narcie Williams
are visiting their grandfather. Mr.
Robt Whltaker in S. C. :
Miss Victoria Kornegay of Seven
Springs Is visiUng her brother and
sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Kornegay. -..j"' ..'. '';'-. "
f Mrs., 3. D. Miller and little dau
ghter, Dorothy Lou, left Saturday
morning to Join Mr. Miller in New
' ton. Mrs. Miller and daughter will
visit her mother in the western !
part of the State for a few weeks.
Mr. E. D.: Williams is spending
the week in Durham with Mrs.
'Williams nad the children.
Mr. and Mrs. - Norwood West
' made several trips to Wilmington
1 last week to see their little daught
er, Ann, who has been ill in a hos-
- pital there for the past two weeks.
Anns condition is greatly, im
proved, much to the delight of her
, many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G.- Mosley of
Newport News, were visitors. In
' town Thursday. Mr. Mosley'a sis
ter, Mrs; Kitty Hunter returned
home with them after visiting at
the home of Mrs. E. J. Hill for tba
last few months. Mr. and Mrs.
Mosley and Mrs. Hunter spent this
week in Seven Springs before re
turning to their home in Newport
Mrs. Litchfield Hine returned
- home Monday from. Goldsboro,
1 where she had been an operative
patient at the Goldsboro hospital.
The1 many friends of Mrs. .Hine are
delighted to know she is getting
along so nicely. v
Mrs, Robert Usher and little son
of Teachey . spent the week end
. ' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Barr. - v .'
Miss Amelia Farrior is visiting
her cousin, Miss Sallie Sloan in
Garland this week.
Mrs. Harvey Kornegay of Atlan-;
, ta, Ga., is the guest this week of
Mrs. L, H. Brown.
Messrs Sam Moore and Henry
Moore of Goldsboro were visitors
' In the home of Mrs. Lila M. Kenne
; dy Sunday. ' : ";'
Mesdames Douglas Southerland
and Murray Holland of Kinston
were guests of Mrs. F. P. Fonville
Mrs. J. J. West, Miss Alene West,
Helen and Walter P. West were
visitors to Wilmington' Sunday,
they went to" see little Ann West
' who is a pateint at the Baby Hos
Misses Elizabeth and Martha
Hines, Julia and Louise Farrior
. and Mr. Bob Wheless spent Tues
' day at Carolina Beach.
' Mr. and Mrs. Norwood K. Oats
t were visitors In the home of Mrs.
Henry Bowden Monday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Enock Fonville of
Rocky Mount Were guests of Mrs.
' F. P. Fonville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herring, and
j little daughter, Bobby Jean spent
Sunday in Kinston . visiting Mrs.
' Mrs. Sadie Blalock of Burlington
is the guest this week of Mrs. J.
K. Williamson, ;, - ,
Miss Margaret Capell hss return
ed to her home in Wadesboro, af
. ter visiting her aunt,,: Mrs. U. S.
Best, , . i
" " Mrs. W. M, Bowen T and little
granddaughter, Katherine Bowen
' spentJast week in Wilmington, vis
iting relatives. ' '
Misses Ruth Ivey and Edith Sur
. ratt were visitors to Chinquapin
one day last , week. They were
guests of Miss Catherine Landin.
Mesdames G. G. Best,' Frank
.. Thomas, Misa Helen Marsh Best
, and Mr. G. S. Best left Thursday
for a trip through the Western
part of the State. From there they
will go to Maryville, Tenn. to visit
Mrs. Walter Wallace. Mrs. Wal
lace was formerly Miss Reba Mea
i ws, and will be very pleasantly
mb.Ted as a former member
r t'.e Warsaw School faculty.
' T ""i Furratt had as her
" ' t p eek, Misses Ma
n. Flora S'lr-
i. Henry Middleton
end in Dunn, visit
Ions slater, Mrs, An-
Ing Mr. I.
nie M. r
Mrs. Waiter Hayes and her dau
gliter, Miss Lois Hayes of Roxoboro
were guests last week or Mrs. nay
es sister. Mrs. Walter A. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Pickett spent
Sunday in BeulavlUe guests of Mrs.
Joe Pickett. '
Mrs. Vance Blount and Miss Al
ma 'Rimint . were visitors Jn Vie
home of Mrs, B. C. Sheffield Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hawkins and
tjheir daughter, Martha have re-
spent several days at Ocean VlewJ
and NorrolK, va., iasi ween., ui
tie May Brock visited her aunt,
Mrs. Luther Hollingsworth In Gold
sboro while her parents were a
way';5"i':f;v"'ip;; Mr. T. S. Cheek, of Mebane Was
a visitor in town Tuesday nad WboV
My. and Mrs. B. F. Cooper, Miss
Meljones Cooper and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Jones and family were visi
tors to Carolina Beach Sunday. ;,
Miss Johnnie Brown Kennedy of
Beulaville is the guest of Miss Jen
ny Qulnn Cavenaugh this week.
They will spend Thursday in Bur
gaw visiting relatives. " '.
v Miss Florence Frazelle .and Mr.
Henry Middleton of Raleigh -were
visitors in the home of Mrs. Her
bert Middleton during the v week
Mrs. Ed Peirce left Monday for
her home in Georgia after spending
some time with her sister, Mrs. J,
C Russ. '
: John Kent Huff of East Bend is
visiting at the borne of his sister,
Mrs. Frank Pickett.
' Mrs.' Warren A. Smith and Miss
Margaret Cooper were visitors to
Miss Evelyn Maynard of Clayton
was a visitor In the home of, Mrs.
E. F. Strickland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Strickland
and guest, Miss Maynard, Mr. and
Mrs. Stacy Brltt and baby and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pickett, and Mrs.
Pickett little son John Huff spent
Sunday at Carolina Beach.,' -
Miss Frankle Cooper has return
ed from Burgaw where she' has
been visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Best left
Sunday morning for Middleton, Va.
where they will visit Miss Sephie
Lee Clarke frbttr there they will
go through the Shenandoah Valley
and on to New York City.
Mrs. Emma Powell ; Chambers
and her daughter, Miss - Mamie
Chambers will spend the week end
in Norfolk, Va., guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Honeycutt.
Miss Zilla Falson, who has been
nursiner Mrs. T. B. Peirce for the
past few months is spending! her
! vacation with, her mother in Fai
go,,. Mrs. Lathan of Bowdcn is
with Mrs. Peirce.
Mr. R. I. Foster of Mocksville.
is the guest , this week of his son
and daughter in law. Rev. and Mrs.
R. C. Foster. Rev And Mrs. Foster
had as their guests Sunday night
and Monday, Rev. Foster's sisters,
Mrs, G. S. Koonce of Reed - and
Mrs. J. M. Livengood and family
of Advance, also his brother,-' Mr.
C. M, Foster of Louisville, Ky. j
Mr. and Mrs. Guion Sewell and
Mrs. Hlnton Middleton of Kinston
were visitors in the home of Mr$.
Herbert Middelton Sunday. They
were en route to the Western part
of the State for a visit.- -
Mr. Leslie Parker bf Baltimore
Md., was the week- end1 guests of
bis cousin, Mrs. D. W. Hobbs. "
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Middleton
were visitors to Fayetteville Thurs
day. . -
Mrs. Kate Nicholson of Georgia
is the guest of Mrs. J -A. Powell.
Mr .and Mrs. W. B. Isham- of
Greensboro were the guests Thurs
day night of Mrs. George Bennett.
; Master Billie Best is spending
the week with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Turner m Wal
Mr, E. Walker Stevens is spend
ing several day at . Wrightsville
Beachv 1 , 1 J
' Mrs. Laura Fulford of Gouces
ter is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. JEstelle T. Smith of Golds
boro was a visitor in the home of
Miss Helen Carlton Saturday.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Crawford
of Kinston spent several days with
Miss Rachel Frederick alst week.
; Rev, Deleon L. Woodard and. son
Walter Woodard of La-Grange, 111,
are visiting Rev. Woodard's mother
(Mrs. D. L. Woodard.
Messrs Glen Rollins and ' Doris
Hollingsworth attended a week end
house party at Lake Waccamaw.
The many friends of Mr. H. H.
Carlton are delighted to know he
is greatly improved after ten days
Durn - i . nr from July
1, 19:14, t . ! i 5, the Dup
lin County . ji-mtendent,
Mrs. llarvi v j i traveled
30,000 null s i i t ii mance ot
her duties, 'i . .; v ; f r the year
included suri rv i of hofipitali
zatlon, aid to . , t'uld labor,
unemployablcs, j e court and
adult court cc i, I 'J rriaoners
pauper burials, l uutenicnt of chil
dren and dcpenu!iit adults, adopt
ions, domestic relations, wayward
, ' Until January 15, 1935, the Fede
ral Relief was administered by the
Superintendent of Public Welfare',
but since the consolidation of Dup
lin with .Wayne and Lenoir Coun
ties the Federal Relief Administra
tion has been in Wayne County.
The Welfare work of this county,
however, has been carried on thro
ughout .jche. year, ''y-'i-",:.--:
From July 1, 1934, to January
13, 1935, 30,000 interviews were
made by the welfare department
and relief department From Jan
uary 13. 1935, to July. l, 1935, 8,
000 -interviews were made 'in the
Hundreds of personal Interviews
have been made to settle disputes,
and succeed In keeping certain do
mestic relation would-be couf t cas
es out of .court '
Ten Insane people have been in
vestigated, some of whom were ta
ken to State Hospital. ,
Twenty-three unmarried mothers
have been investigated and cam!
for, four of whom were carried to
Salvation Army Hospital.
Eight marriages have taken place
because of the influence of this de
partment These marriages seem
to be of lasting type.
Sixty-eight wayward girls and
women have been visited and ad
vised to discontinue their conduct
Honest work has been secured for
some of these. '
Of the women who have been
placed in the State Farm. Colony
from this county, one had two chil
dren for whom we eared while she
was away. Three women ; from
State Farm Colony have been plac
ed in good homes in this county,
and are under the supervision . of
this department - i
. We now have nineteen paroled
women jr under our , supervision,
There axe thirty-four paroled men
prisoners; In Duplin County, many
of whom report to this department
each month. ' ' '
,One feeble minded girl who wm
sent from this county to an Insti
tution was sterilized. '
s Good homes have been found for
ninety-three . children. Some, of
these -r will ' probably be adopted.
Others are working and earning a
living. ' v . , w i
One baby has received its final
adoption papers. , , 1 , , '
Seven children have been sent to
North' i Carolina School for the
Seven crippled ; children have
been sent to Gastonia for treat
ment During the;year fifty-two' child
ren were taken to Goldsboro clinic.
We averaged four or more per
month. . i
SHOW YOUR CHILDREN
: THE VALUE OF MONEY
You can teach them how to
be thrifty by insuring their lives
in the Northwestern Mutual.
And the younger you start then)
the lower their premium rates
ivt L. STADIEM
' i Special Agent " ,
. - Northwestern Mutual Life
v , Insurance Company '
AND SERVICE STATION
.. Near Outlaw Bridge
D. D. HERRING, Prop.
24 HOURS SERVICE
Pay and Night Service Station
i. L SMITH , "
, , On Highway 11
Electric Refrigeration, Ice Cream,
Drinks, Groceries, Gas and OH.
At Intersection of Highway's 11
. - . THAD KOENEQAY. ";
. their i
s i i -r.
i r child 1- it !
3 ) unlawfi-1 a
es 1 ,L.atod an 1 t
ch" 1 to attend s- !
n oris l) ove !
scUu. : ut was incir;: .....
bee. 9. ' , ' '
Six ; I tve been taken to
CaswKi ing School for mental
tests. ,,' v ;
Four 1 were, held in our
build: ; the year by Mr. E.
II. F - m the Department
of I. i to rehabiliate aduita
who a .rapped by disease,
deform;: . a. Some of these are
bui. .,' i . :i to do work such as
their. h i will permit Plans are
being u s to rehabilitate others
Mary I ie been admitted to the
County I e during the year. As
quickly (it e can be placed in
other hi; i, they have been re
moved, ii I at present Six are liv
ing thet-f, , -,. ...A-'-'-i.'.' -.';'; ::.:':'
Six vcti is have been sent to
Veterans' I nitaL We have used
our influence by letters for Jthers
to receive compensations.. EJgnt
veterans have applied to Veterans'
c. c. c.
We . have recommended destitute
unemployables to the County Com
missioners f on, aid with county
funds. These have had very small
county orders which have been sup
plemented with Federal commodi
ties such as canned milk, beef, etc.
Visits have , been made to those
on Mothers' Aid list. Two mothers
were added to'this roll during tho
year,- and one more has been rec
ommended. . -
Frequent visits are made to the
County Home. Visits are also made
to the stockade and jail.
' We have appealed to citizens
who have made it possible for nine
teen transients to be taken care of
from time to time. '
. The Duplin County Council of
Social Agencies was organized.
Follow up meetings not held be.
cause of infantile paralysis. ' .
. We have advised all persons aid.
ed to join burial associations. Be'
cause of the popularity of said as
sociation, pauper burials have been
reduced. We hope that similar ar
rangements for - hospital associa
tion may be made.
Quality Of Grapes
Affected By Harvest
A mistake frequently made by
vineyard owners is that of pick
ing the grapes before, they are ful
ly ripe. . , ; -.
Immature grapes lack the nec
essary sugar and solids to keep
well and to develop a full, rich fla
vor after picking, says Prof. M. E.
Gardner, horticulturist - at State
College, i i . j.
Since many varieties are fully
colored before maturity it Is not
easy to determine just when they
are ripe, he added. The ability to
tell , when a grape Is ready for
Richard R. Rouse
ALBERTSON. . BARBER
GAS, OILS and DRINKS
. Highway 111 , ,
Quick Lunch .
C DONALD KENNEDY '
- Pink HU1, N. O. .".
Kodak Films Developed, Eight Ex
posuTe Roll and Eight Prints 40c
Southern Art Co.
; KENANSVIIXE, N. C. ?
. -SERVICE STATION
Polite At" i "on
" On Highway 11 s ar B. F.
Granly i iool
w. I v. : ok
IN OLD r V.-i AT
N. C. '
o w 'i y, the
to lli n n of
3 on tae Drail-
i ... '., and the easy pulling of ber
rir.) irom tue stem. Tasting: a few
I.. . . i pulled at random from the
vine is also a guide. .
Small pointed shears should be
used in removing bunches from the
vines, with' the stem being cut
close to the bunch so the point
will not puncture other clusters.
After picking, the grapes should
be placed in. the shade of the vines
until they are packed or carried
into the packing shed.' All defec
tive grapes should be removed
from the bunches before they are
offered for sale.
. When the bunches are well trim
med and packed colsely in the, bas
ket with the stems down, they will
be in a good condition for ship
ping and will present an attractive
appearance. , ' .. -"...; '
, The muscadine grape, not of the
bunch type, is hard to ship and
therefore is used largely at home
and in, nearby markets for wine,
grape ljuice, and for fresh consum
ption. Brief News Items -
- Dairy farming Is increasing sln
Haywood County, according to ob
servations by county agent W. D.
Smith, - -
Alfalfa, lespedeza, corn and cot
ton have tripled in growth in Meek
lenburg County since the " recent
rains. i '
"'We have the finest prospects
pecta for corn, hay, cane, peas,
soybeans and sweet potatoes than
in several, years," says Rutherford
' NOTICE OF SUMMONS '
: BY PUBLICATION
North CaroUna : ;,' -',
Duplin County. - -
: Before the Clerk of Court of
. . Duplin County. , -
The Federal Land Bank of ,
Walter P. BrMgeraL L. Brld- :
gers, G. H. Bridgers, E. B. . .
- Bridgers, Annie Kennedy ant)
husband W. A. Kennedy, Wal-
' ou cro
when you buy
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( -.hi J tJ t
' from 'in
) of the stei
You are entitled to all of tlie f.ne car features
pictured here when you buy a car 6t ".Ing in l!ie
lowest price range. And the new I.I aster De Luxe
Qievrolet is the only car in its pi ke range that
brings you ell of tLira! It is t"ie only car of'
its price wiiU a Z:l ' I T rrvt-Top n, :r
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To I. L. Bridgers, G. H.
r.ridger.s, E. B. Bridgers
Annie Kennedy and husband W. A.
Eeimiuiy, and the American Lime
stone Company, being six in num-
Iber, in the above entitled action,
I take notice 'that summons was la
'sued orainot said defendants on
the 19 clay of July, 1935 by R. V.
Wells, Clerk of the Superior Court
of Duplin f County, said state, for
. the foreclosure of a certain mori
Igage deed recorded in the Public
Registry of Duplin Co., said Btate
in book 249, at page 155, and note
thereby secured, executed by D. H.
Bridgers Aug. 26, 1924 said mort
gage deed conveying a 72.7-8 acre
tract of land, more or less, in War
saw Township, said Co., and state,
which lands the said defendants
have or claim to have an interest
therein all of whlch is set out in
the complaint filed in this action .
, Let the Baid defendants further
take notice that they are required
to appear" before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Duplin Co., at
his office In Kenansville, North
Carolina on the 26 day of August
1935, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action,' or
the relief demanded in said com
plaint will be given. ' v,
', This the 22 day of July, 1933.
. R. V. WELLS,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
8-15-4t. D. L. C. "
i MAXWELL'S MEAL
Makes Bread Good to the last Crumb FOR SALE by the
' , , v Following leading Merchants:
C. E. QUINN. , i
PAUL THOMI'SON -,
. Rlchlands -'
L, P. TYNDALL
QUINN ft PARKER
' "HOLTS STORE
' , - Seven Springs, R. F. D. . ' ;
i Yea Ifs WATER GROUND Put up ana guaranteed by
H. D. MAXWELL, Prop.
qnf iilcd to
a low-priced ccr
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Eryant, T. I.. . '. '
ter, J. S. K
McCn, i - - ; i
Gowen, 1 ( ;
The C u
ant, An : I t '
MacKintK', a. i i '
take notice tuat m l: t
above has been comm
Superior Court of DU i
North Carlolna, to foret:!--gage
on land from Joe Ji. .
and Margie Bryant to W. I.
bobk 203, page 501, Row;'
Duplin County, assigned to i
Johnson, by W. P. Ward, bi . u
pabe 153, Registry of Kauu
County, each of said defon
having Inherited an interest in
lands from Joe B. Bryant; and
defendants will further take n:
that' each of them ia required 1
appear at the office of the (
of Superior Court of said Com ,
:ln the Courthouse in Kenanev
N. C, on the 22 day of Septem! ,
1935, and answer r demur to tua
complaint and amendment to ce t-
plaint In said action, or the pin a
tiff will apply to the Court for t
relief demanded therein.
This 80 day of July, 1935.
R. V. WELLS,
Clerk of Superior Court-Duplin
8-28-4 G. R. W. '
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T. V. QUINN
Kenansville R. F, D.
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