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THURSDAY, OCT. 24th., 1935
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T: 3 tUPUN TIMES
one of the best came
season, Warsaw blasted a-
a 20 to 0 victory over Bur
; iday' afternoon at "Warsaw,
-a first time In several weeks
'W arsaw's regulars were able
t into the game, and all gave
creditable account of them-
aw has come along fast
, Warsaw played them earlier
t e season and played a much
roved game. Burgaw featured
. iard running, smashing type of
j y until late in the fourth quart
er when they resorted to numerous
cs la a vain effort to score. A
ursaw boy Intercepted - one of
1 e passes late In the game, and
raced over fifty yards for a touchdown.'-':
The entire Warsaw line showed
up well during the whole game,
while Pitt Pecora and Homer
Knowles were especially good in
the backfield. Warsaw had to play'
a bang up game to beat thfe im
proved Burgaw- team. ' i h :;" -,
One of the most pleasing things
, about the - Warsaw - team is the
manner in which some of the hew
boys are, shaping up. Coach Den-
' ny has been very patient and very
thorough in handling these new
comers and several of them are de-
f veloping -very rapidly and ' show
" promise of' much better play lat
er in the season. Some of - these
boys by their play in the kinston
and Stnithfleld games have brand
ed themselves football players of
no mean ability, especially is this
. tuet of 'Pitt Pecora who seems tOj
have won him a regular position
in the Warsaw, backfield, and
. speaking of backs, this boy Homer
Knowles is one of the best In these
parts. Watch Warsaw in her - re-
' mating gamesl '
Messrs. Robert Lewis- and Nor
wood West made a business trip
to Norfolk, Va., Tuesday. tVv .
Mrs. 3. W.. Johnson spent .'the
week end with her mother," Mrs.
W. C. Hewlett in' Wilmington, i
i Mr. and Mrs. A. Brooks and fa
mily were visitors to Raeford Sun
day, they visited Mr. Brooks sister
I- Mann. , - .'
- Miss Louise Farrior, student nt
B. C. T. C, Greenville, spent the
Brisbane stayed over for a weeks
Mrs. Bland Pickett spent several
KENANSVHXE VICTOR OVER 64&M"9,-?'
GRADY IN BASKET BALL ;
'( t ,, OPENER v i '
' Kenansville ana B, F. Grady
boys opened the basket ball sea
son yesterday with a lunch hour
game in the B. F. GraAy gym
nasium. . Kenansville toppled
Grady boy by a score of, tS to
18. Players from both schools
showed great potentialities and
as the season gets into full
swing they are expeejed to put
up some hard fights. -, ;t
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Rose Hill Headed For
Another Good Year
In spite of the fact that the
Rose HiU girls failed in their at
tempt' to f retain their . Duplin
County basketball title and the
boys failed even to defend thMr
county championship title,. .Rose
Hill High School,' nevertheless, last
year enjoyed one of the most suc
cessful, if net the most success-,
ful, athletic years in the 'history
of the ' school. Rose . Hill High
teams have never been as success
ful in, tournament play as : they
were last season.' Both the V boys
and girls annexed several ; titles
during the year. ) i
f .High spots in the girls record
last year were the winning of the
Clinton Invitational Tournament
and the winning of the Dunn In
Lyman News B. F. GRADY
We regret to report Mrs. , Bob A number of the girls and boys
Lanier is sick again.' s : 1. , , of B. F. Grady high school went
i? Mrs. Kit Raynor returned to her ' to the State Fair last Friday
spent Wednesday to Wilmington. me mJe ?" ' ' They were chaperoned by Miss Ba
the guests of Mr.Humphreys fath- !a"?r rah Carr and Lucy Wells and Mr.
er, Mr. B. B. Humphrey. w,th Mr' Tom My- H. C. Cook. Everyone seemed to
-Mesdames Oscar. H. . Best and I Misses r Nola Padgett, ' Senora have had a pleasant trip,
Stacy Britt spent Wednesday in and Lillian Lanier spent Monday) Mr." and Mrs. X M. Brock and
Wallace. ' t to Greenville. Misses Katherine Whitehurst and
; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Strickland' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Raynor spent .Martha Griggs motored to Ra-
and -sons Brisbane and Edward the week end in Wilmington. lelgh last Friday. After shopping
were visitors ; to Dunn Sunday.
week end with her parents, ' Mr. days in Fayetteyille last week vis
and Mrs. H. P. Farrior. ' iiting her sister. . -.- '
Mrs. Jack Temple of Kinston). Mrs.. Mollis , 'JHoward of Rich
was a visitor in town Thursday, u lands spent Sunday with her daii
Mrs. J. C, Miller spent the week ghter, Mrs. H. I Koonce.
end' in Rose Hill, 'Visiting her mo- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Surratt had
Mrs. Osborne Mobley and their 'for awhile, they attended the State
daughter, Irene left Friday for Fair.. ('
their home. I Everyone in the community is
O., O. Harold, Marion, Kinneth'jy lftd t0 learn that Mrs. C. H.
Lanier and Hermon Raynor were lWaiker is able to be up again.
some of the boys from here that I
went with the Agriculture Class
from Chinquapin to the fair at
They reported a
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Shoulars and '
Misses Katherine Whitehurst, Mar- i
tha Griggs, and Sarah Carr went
,to the State-Georgia football game
and Mrs. Floyd Strickland,
" Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rogers of
Chapel Hill -spent the week end
with Mr. Rogers mother, Mrs. Wal
ter A.; Carterr i;.5;,''::'J:sv -:"'-;v
Mr. and Mrs? Walter Moore vis
ited friends at Harrell Store Sun
day. I v.,,. , - 5 ; .
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Orr, Sr., and
grand-daughter, Sue Griffin Deb
nam were visitors to Wilmington
Saturday. . , : .
" Mrs. P Xi. Page returned home
Friday from Washington, Penn,
vitoUonal Tournament They also "7"- mm
reached the final, of tUSgSSt
tournament I home by Mr. and" Mrs. Page, who
rne Kose mujmya mm year wuu tte week end here.
Mr. and Mrs., A. O. Clement of
Goldsboro were visitors in the
ther.i Mr. Franklin Rlvenbark. Ian their cruests over the week end. I Mrs. Leon Sholar snent the week " 6 " ''
Mr .and Mrs: Jim Edwards of i their daughter, Miss Edith Surratt i end with her father, Mr. J. B.' Miss Elizabeth Whitehurst, one
Kinntonwera truesta Sundav of Mr 'a student at N C C W.. Greens-1 Andrew. - or me leacners at Kenansvuie,
ths CUnton Invitational Tourna
ment, the Kinston Eastern Caro
lina Tournament, 'and were run
ners up in division A of the At
lantic Christian ' College Tourna-
home of Mrs. T. B. Pierce Sunday.
Miss- Catherine Hewlett has re
turned to her home in Wilmington
W allace And Warsaw
' A game of great interest to all
' high school' football: .fans in this
county wil lbe played Friday af
' temoon on the Wallace' athletic
. field. On that, date Wallace and
Warsaw meet in their second game
of the season. In the first meet
in? of these teams, Warsaw came
off winner by the score of 19 to
; 0. Wallace has Improved greatly
since that early season game, how-
. ever, and is out for revenge. Judg-
' ing from the last two performanc
es of this improved Wallace team,
Warsaw is in for a very tough
game Friday afternoon. If Wallace
wins' uus game it will make our
- two county teams all even and
may bring about a third game be
tween them later in the season. To
.. all of you who like football this
game should be of unusual inter
est It is sure to be a hard fought
" contest , -
Potters Hill News
' ' Mr. Cagie Houston and Miss Inez
Qiunn were married at the home
- of Mr. Joe Houston, Friday after
noon. Only a few friends were pre
sent The ceremony was pert orm
ed by the Rev. Lenster Bryon.; ; ,
. : 0 After.the oeremony, supper was
,,i served at the home of Mr. C. G.
Houston, father of the'groom. On
'; .ly the families of the bride ? and
groom attended - .,
i i v.Mr. iVasco Jackson, of Mebuvis
teaching a singing school at Lime
stone Chapel church this week..
. Miss Ruby Summerlin was the
evening. , , '
Several of the Limestone Chapel
. Church members went to Holy
Grove to the ' Annual Conference
this week end. .A" ,
r Misses vWerdie .and Vendelto
Quinn and Easjie Mae Turner at
i tended church at Turners Chapel
Misses Ethellne and Francis
lor. and Mr.- Carl Taylor were
v.iitors here Sunday. , . ? ,
Messrs Sutton Whaley and Lew
'""ncdy were Lthe .guest, of
, ..noa - Effie and Thelma Bostlc
Sunday, . . 1 5 , , -
Mr. C. R. SlmpsonY Principle of
the Potters Hill School carried
twelve of his pupils to the State
Fair in .Raleigh. Frtday,4 '-:u ; -Miss
Douine Bostic was the guest
of Miss Ruthie Quinn Sunday. ; :
Irihday Party Of ;
: t .Florine Edwards
I'iormV e4v4s.') daughter of
I vs. Hutchen Edwards, entertain
4 1 a number of her friends, Satur
f afternoon at her home near
1 e Hill. ; The occasion being in
1 or of her thirteenth birthday.
. imerous games were played af
; r which the guests were ushered
the dining room and served
3 tea, sandwiches and cake. The
vlng were ; present : Marlon
y Merrette, Martha Lee Mer
3, Mary Pearl Murphey, Gla-
t Teachey; Sadie Murphey, Myr-
county title, but played in
I A. C. C. Tournament Instead. ,
The Rose 'Hill girls ' this year
have an excellent ' chance of re
peating their great record of last
year. The boys, however, are like
ly to be slightly weaker. However,
they should have another strong
team with possibilities of being brother, Mr. Stroud.
one of the county's best. I ., Mesdames ; D. E. Best,'- J. ,M.
The felrls are beinir coached this Pierce and J. a Robinson were vi-
year by Mr. Denning. The squad is si tom to Raleigh Friday. Mrs. Lit-
boro. Miss Dorothy Ridge of Ash- Miss Beatrice Mobley and Ham
boro, and Messrs, Finch Ridge of jpton Dail were married last Thurs
Norfolk, Va., Oscar Ridge and Cle- day night at Mr. Richard Picketts.
and! They will make their home with
Mr. Asey Dail, father of the groom
well Surratt of Greensboro,
Kern Caward of Liberty.
spent last week end with Miss
Alice Averett. They went to Kins
ton on Friday afternoon.
Miss Bessie Kornegay went to
Clinton last Sunday.
Second In A Row
Wallace High School, continuing
the improved play it has displayed
during the last few weeks smash
ed its way to a great 6 to 0 vic
tory over Mt. Olive High School
football team Friday afternoon.
The Wallace squad seems to have
shaken the Jinx that stalked it dur
ing the earlier part of the season.
The boys are showing new spirit
and enthusiasm and seem to turn
their slow start into a great finish.
All the boys show marked Improve
ment. Coach Carson has brought
his squad along at a good clip, and
they seem prepared to give a very
good account of themsleves in their
remaining games Wallace has hit
her stride at last. Watch her go!
Messrs Bob Kelly, Hess Davis,
and John L Smith attended the
State Fair one day last week.
Miss Elsie Tilghman spent last
week end in Kinston.
ment They -did not defend theiiter 8A Mt)mded xMt her sis
ter, Mr.' J.; W. Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. WpE. Hines were
visitors to Greenville ' Thursday, )
they visited their daughters, Miss
es Elizabeth and' Martha Hines,
students at K C. T. C.
Mrs. G. G. Holland, spent Mon
day in Kinston, the guests of her
made up of : several of the best
members of last year's great team,
the reserves of that team, and sev
eral new member. In Ludendorff
Lockerman, Coach Denning has one
of toe best forwards In the state,
and as a guard, Mayle Johnson is
Just as good. Other regulars of
last year's team on the team this
year are Harriet Bradshaw and
Audrey Farrior at guard. These
girls are all regulars of last years
team. There are several strong re-
chfield Hihe returned with them,
after spending the week with!. Miss
Mary Ellington., 1 . t:
Mrs. R. H. Best, Jr., is spending
the week in Wilson, where- Mr.
Best is) on the Tobacco Market V
Mr.. B. c! Moore of Rocky Mt,
N .C. and Miss Elizabeth Moore of
Wilson we're guests of Mrs. Sallie
E. Johnston Sunday. ' they ' came
especially for the Dedication Ser
vices at the Methodist Church.
: Mr. B. M. - Turner ' of Wallace
serves of last year's squad who "P6"1 several oays uus weeic wun
are very capable of filling the va-ine'lp,auKnfr' Mrg- ueaz-
c ancles made by the graduation
of Ruby Fussell and Rebecca Rob
inson." i' .' ,
' The Rose Hill girls lost only one
game last season and that was the
last game of the- year. They drop
ped a hard fought game to Chin
quapin girls In the finals of last
year's County Tournament The
girls were very keenly disappoint
ed over the loss of this game and
have expressed their Intention ' of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Best and
Miss Agnes Best were visitors to
Fayette vUle Friday.
' Mesdames S: E. Hines, J. E.
Williams, W, P. Bridgers and Miss
Nell Bowden spent Saturday In
Wilmington.- , .
- Mr. Charles Booth returned to
his 'home In Maryland Monday af
ter spending the past ten days
here with Mrs. Booth.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Farrior, Mrs.
regaining the -County Champion-ranH hA at.- o..-k
Ship thds .year. They say they areiPrld. , , , .
out! for revenge, and it seems to
me they have a splendid chance of
achelvlng their goal. The Rose Hill
girls squad , has . the material and
the experience necessary for a
successful season, and should, come
through with flyinar colors x this
year. From this distance It looks
as if Chinkapin and Rose Hill may
again be the finalists in the. Coun
ty Tournament next spring, and
what a game that should bet ,
Rose HiU were harder hit by gra
duation and .other means than were
tha girls. Mr, Mathews, the boys'
new coach, however, has three ex
perienced men fpr a nucleus a-
round which to build his team.
These three regulars of last year's
team are .Alvin , Merritti WiUiam
Merrltt, -r 'and ? Marvin r' Teachey,
These boys have had quite a bit
oi experience ana should be very
vaiuame men uus year. The Mer
rltt boys are unusually large and
rangy' for high school ; players.
While Teachey Is not so large, he
Is- a deadly shot and a very good
floor man. These three experienced
boyi form a very strong and steat
dy nucleus for any team and Rose
Hill boys should , be very strong
contenders ' for count yand sec
tional basketball honors this year.
"The vacancies created by the
graduaUon of Norwood Scott and
James Rogers the v withdrawal
from school of Elmo Teachey, and
the death of Elbert Robinson pro
bably will be filled by reserves. of
last yeas squad. The moat prom?
ising of these reserves are Walter
Craft, Billy Herring, Hugh John
son Jr., and Edward Beach., Rog
ers, Scott and Teachey, however
are perhaps the best athletes to be
developed at Rose Hill in the last ,
achey, Norma Hill. Carter,
y Teachey, Annie MaeRiv-
'., I"ierline Brown, Hilda , losses, however, Rose Hill should
t "-, j Teacbey,' Grace stand hlEh In County and sectional
I I I t 1, j )o Irf.Mnr t the "d of the year. ,
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Mr. and Mrs, B. Y. Womack and
Miss Lenora -Womach of Winston
Salem and Mr. Carl Womack of
Greenville were guests of Mrs.; C.
A. Womack Sunday. ii. vr.f
' Mrs. J. A. Powell, Mrs. Emma
Chambers, Misses Eula and Annie
Kate Powell ' spent Sunday i in
Goldsboro, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A.' Homer Snyder. ... )f :v.
Among those here Sunday for
Dedication Services at the Metho
dist Church were Bishop Paul B.
Kern of Greensboro, Rev., and Mrs.
Frank Culbreth of Erwin, Mr. and
Mrs. JT S. Fleming of Falson, Mr.
and Mrs. B. 1 Tart of Four Oaks,
Miss Sallie Benson; of Nashville,
Miss Elizabeth Moore of Wilson,
Mr. B. C. Moore of Rocky Mount
Miss ZUla ColweU pf Wilson and
Miss , Louise Pridgerf pf Goldsboro.
MesdameS H;; L. ' Btevens, Jr.;
R. D. Johnson, and Litchfield Hine
anenaea tne District Meeting of
th P. T. A.' in-'Wimiigt6ft
uroay. Mrs. L. A. Beasley Joined
them In Kenansville. - '
f Mr. Leslie H. Brown made a bu
siness trip to.HisrhDoint Fridnv: ;
L Mrs. Eya; tf. Cartel; of, Kinston
was we guest of Mrs. 'H. ' D. Far-J
r l uesaay ana Wednesday. -Mesdames
Ralnh Best nnri p.,i
Berry were visitors to Goldsboro
Miss Lena Simmons of Raieis-h
and Miss Louise Prklgen of, Golds-
wot ween ena guests of Mr.
and Mrs. a P. Prldgen. '; ,
; Mr, and Mrs.-C .C. Splvey an
nounce the birth of a son,' James
Nolon on Tuesday, October 16th.
. Mr.. A. L, Cavenaugh and Miss
Jenny Quinn ' Cavemh- spent
Sunday Jn Rocky Mounft with Mrs.
Cavenaugh who recently under
went an operation at the Rocky
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