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1 lira. C. H. McSwain left Snow Hill spent Sunday here with
y for Monroe where they I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brinson. They
e up their new work in jwere accompanied here by Mr. W.
ounty. They will be great-iV. NJx, who is now , located, at
d in Duplin.
Oeorge Washington Carroll
Ung hit daughter, Mrs. B.
a. v V '..''.;' i"? '1 '.:''i!,.':i.':''
j Elizabeth Hamilton of At
n has been Visiting Miss Grace
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson ol
Bladenboro, spent Sunday here
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallace.
They were accompanied here by
Mr. X C. Pal t, who . had dinner
while the latter has been I with Mr. and Mrs. J. I Williams.
Mr Fan's home is also at Bladen
borp, but he will be principal of
the school again this year at Fa.lT-
'Mrs. M. W. Lof tin .spent several
days this week here with her, dau
ghter. Miss Pattie Loftiru She was
the ' guest of . Mrs. Sallle ' Farrlor
ling her vacation here with
r parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. ,0.
I ; rs. Roy Mayland and small son
of Wilmington spent the day here
lust Thursday with Mrs. Laura M
Gavin. t i
Mr, and Mrs.' Elwood Reed of
Maxton spent a couple of days here ! while here,
recently. ' t
Mrs. F, U Goodman and ' smaU
daughter, Caroline Virginia, spent
several days last week with rela
tives in Jacksonville. '
Mrs. W. J. Pickett and young
est daughter, Sarah, spent ; last
Friday in Goldsboro,. r l- - '
Miss Mary Barber of Aaheville
has been visiting Mrs. Robert Car
roll Wells. , ' '
? Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Pobson
spent several days last week with
relatives In . Wilmington.: ir. Dob-son-
was quite sick while away
with a foot Infection.
Mr. and Mrs. P.' D. May- and
little Prescott'" visited ' relatives
in Columbia, recently. ' " ,
Miss May Ingram spent the week
end here with Mrs. Annie Ingram.
Mr. and Mrs.' Jim Bowden of
this, place accompanied Mr. and
: Mrs. Roscoe Cooper of Faison to
Morehead City last week end
where they enjoyed -bathing1 Vat
Atlantic Beach, i "
Miss Margaret Lee spent last
week end at her home near Fai
? son. m' " s" f -.Miss
Pattie Lof tin spent several
days last week with relatives in
Wilmington. , ,
Mr. ..Vance Gavin, 'who has been
. attending the Summer Session of
, the law school at Wake Forest Col
lege, stood the State Bar Exam
, last week 'a and returned to his
home here on Wednesday.
' Miss Louise-Robinson of Wallace
' has accepted a position In the of
; fice of The JDuplirf Times.
. Mrs. ' Oliver 1 Stokes :' Is ;. visiting
relatives hi and near Atlanta,' Ga.
, Mr .and Mrs. Ellis Vestal , of
a Jj.juI here iuis year. lie comes
well recommended from the Bi F,
Grady Consolidated Schools. , . As
school will open on Monday, "Sept
ember 2nd, Mr. Dixon expects 12
other teachers to arrive some time
"during the week end, He expects
to room and board several. Others
will be located in the homes, of Dr.
G. V. Gooding, Supt. O. P, Johnson
and Mr. C- E. Quinn. All partons
of the school are : urged to enroll
their; children on the first day and
encourage regular , -attendance
throughout the year, ; . '
The Sub Debs club of Kenansville
met at the home of Billie Pickett
at 8:00 o'clock, last Friday night.
The roll was called, minutes read
and approved. After attending to
business matters, delicious, refresh
ments were, served., Those present
were: BiUle Pickett; Sue Nell Ken
nedy, Marie Williams,... Catherine
Sykes, Lois Williamson, Dorothy
Kenedy, Hazel Williamson, Sue Lee
and Eranda McLendon. ,
Snow Hill Happenings
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thigpen en
tertained a number of their friends
with- a barbecue dinner last Sun
day. 'There was quite a few pres
ent and everyone enjoyed the 'cue
very much. 'ft-'- :';"Pw:j-
( Mrs. Harry Waller and children
and Mr. Harold and Miss Dorothy
Kornegay went to Durham Sunday
to see Mr. Harry who has been a
' ' By Gee MeGee i ' J '
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Quinn and
Joe attended the "Faison Camp
Meeting" near Dunn on last Sun
day afternoon. ' ' , J,
. Among the Kenansville -'people
having their tonsils removed last
week at the Clinic held here in the
school building by Doctors Eddie
Bizzell and G. V. Gooding, were:
Mrs. J. M. Brock, little Miss Hilda
Gray Brinson and Mary. Evelyn
Williamson .also Master Thomas
Mrs. J. E. Jussely spent several!0 DacK 10 Ule" noma 'lv
days last week to Hlghlands with ;6"ain. We are very glad to have
relatives. She haa been ' In WUm- eln ,wlth a8ain, r
lngton a couple of days this week. Miss Annie Mae Scott, who has
Miss Isabella Jussely has return-1 been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Taft
. VISITORS ENTERTAIN THE
; ,t ' FLAT ROCK CITIZENS yfr
. lour little cltty was in a terrible
turmoil for 1 or 5 hours last tues
day; morning When a swarm . of
bees sattled on the town pump and
they kept everboddy from getting
anny watter for hiiself or bis hos
ses and mules, as they didden't
want to get stung ansoforth. .
.the polesman tried to call out
the volleunterry fire department,
but all Of same had gone a-f ishing
and he could not find the hand
pump to squirt anny watter on
them to force them to fly some
where's else to light he throwed
a rock at them, but missed them.
. . holsom moore lit a cotton rag
was a big as a milk bucket,' and
ever person pressent had a scheem
to make them move on, but. none
of ' them would work. , torn head
wanted ", perry winkle's grampaw
to let them settle on his whiskers
and then he could walk out in the
woods with them and then shake
them off, but he refused pint-blank
to do so. i " j i i
will be announced next week.' 'tor of the El' ate of A. W. Garner,
The Bank Committee in Interest ( deceased, late of Halifax County,
of the new bank here is bustling (this is to notify all persons haw
this week, now that the .Tobacco ling claims against said estate to
,.,mrs stinson little poodle i dog
walked up to the bees and smelt
them.- the , last that was saw of
him wag when be went out of sight
behind rehober church a hollering
and barking, with mrs. stinson
close to his rare, begging him tojJ
rvurii iu uw iiuozmjuj. one iitta nui
got. back home either..
it seems that the queen bee
market has opened. Several attend
ed the opening at Wallace Monday
and put in some good work. If you
are interested,, don't wait for the
committee to see you, come to see
or write s them.' Some good work
must be .done by October. Mlsr.
Mack Cox, is chairman of the com
mittee. . ;
Having qualified aa Administra- Sept. 12th.-6t.
present them to me or to my At
torney, A. W. Andleton, Enfield, N.
C, on or. before twelve : months
from the date of ths notice or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of any
recovery thereon. All persons in- '
debted to said estate will kindly '
make immediate , settlement. , :;
I This the 8th day of August, 1935.
Administrator of the Estate of '
A. W. Garner. "
A. W. Andleton, Attorney.
and poked It under them and tried i crawled out upon top of the swarm
to smoke them away, but a bee I about sun down a few minuets, and
stung him on the nose and in 8
other places, he gives up the Job
of getting rid of them in that man
ner, art square borried an old bee
then she flew into the air and
made a circle around the pump,
and started off towards the county j y
seat with all of her off
gum and set it in front of them I following her. everboddy got wat
ter enough to cook supper . . . .
mike Clark, rfd,
' "' corry spondent.
where they could see it, but they
paid it no attention.
. .nearly everboddy in town assem
bled around the wad of bees which
patient at Duke Hospital for a few.
Mr. and Mrs. S. -J. Waller havo
ed from New York City where she
attended Bummer School at Co
lumbia University. , '
. The August meeting of the Wo
man's Auxiliary of Grove Pres
byterian Church was held on Mon-
Herring for a few days, returned to
her home at Mt Olive Sunday.
Miss Ronnie Holmes of Mt. Olive
attended the birthday dinner at Mr.
Alex Thlgpena Sunday.
Mrs. Ira- Weatbrook and grand-
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in j children visited Mrs. B. F. Herring
the home-of Mrs. J. E. Jerritt,-in-'Sunday. :'
stead of at the Church, due to thel . Mr. and Mrs. Edd Kornegay and
fact that the Church floor had just J children visited at Mr. Erving Kor-
peen varmsnea. xne devouonai was ' negay(i Sunday P, M.
led by Mrs. F. L. Goodman. Mrs. j Mr, Duff Kornegay has been on
JT. B. Boney t presided .over the the sick list for a day or two, but
meeting and had charge of the Is better now.
program which stressed Synodical
and Presbyterian Home ' Missions.
Others taking part were: Mesdam
es J. E. Jerritt, W. J. Pickett, Jno.
A. Gavin, J. L. Williams and G.
V. Gooding, An off ering was taken
for this cause to be -sent to Dr.
E. E. Gillespie, at Greensboro. .
Mr. and Mrs.. Albert Dixon and
two children have moved into the
new brick bungalow on the Beula
cille Highway, next to Dr. Gooding,
Mr.- Dixon will be. principal of the
Rogers buried in California,
Post in Oklahoma. ,J i
"Brainless baby" born In New
York, lives twenty-seven days.
Borah is prepared to enter the
1938 race if boom grows.
4,355 promotions of army offi
cers are approved by Senate.
' Magnolia News
NATIONAL CHAMPION TO
- . V CHOP HERE
Peter McLaren, who claims the
wood chopping championship of A
merlca will stage a log cutting con
test and. demonstration here on Sa
turday, September 14th, at 10:00
a. nw ;.;.i,:': :::
This contest has been arranged
by J. A. Smith, who is to be con
gratulated for arranging for the
visit of this colorful champion. Mc
Laren, whose wizardry with an axe
has carried him from a poor farm
lad in Australia, to the peak of his
In chopping tours covering a
pers a sporting chance to win th? i ..
prize money, as it is just like giv-1 '
ing 33 yards In a hundred yard X
dash. I ;
The only restriction made is tnat
no contestant be permitted to use a
rramo Axe. xnis is tne only axe i
which McLaren himself uses and
he refuses to chop against a Plumb
Axe, and also allow the handicap.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend the demonstration. Chop
pers wishing to compete, should 1
I bring their axes with them, it
costs nothing to enter the contest. '
The annual revival at the Mctho-'
uiai. vuuiuu win uegin jaimuay j ,
night at 8:00 o'clock. The pastor, i
n ... .... ! V
Kev. u. w. mount will do the
score of years he has chopped be- Preaching. He is a good Gospel
fore hundreds o-' thousands, both 1 Messenger and the public is ex
here and abroad. lacLaren who is tended a cordial invitation and
nearly 50 years old claims that out I will receive a warm welcome,
door chopping is a great physical j Rev. C. J. Carr of Teachey, a
developer. His .own condition bears j strong Free Will Baptist preacher
out this claim.; . ' began a meeting Monday night in
The contest Is open to any local ! a tent near Mr. Alton Taylor's
man who has not previously com
peted against McLaren. A prize of
fifty dollars will be paid to any
contestant If McLaren fails to
chop through a log in two thirds of
the Ume the contestant takes.
The handicap gives all good chop-
store and will continue this week
Further announcements will be
The school of Magnolia will open
Monday A. M.-. September 2nd will1
Prof. L. H. Fusaell of Rose Hill
Principal. Names of other teachers
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li XL 11
Plenty of Space and Selling Facilities to Accommodate All
Warehouse Floor Space
Than Any Market In North Carolina
Kinston Market Opened With One of the Highest Official Averages in the Bright Leaf Belt
2LlCOUK TOMGCM IONST0N
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