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1 1 j none in tLe si. 'a, e
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event," which f
e county to Ke
rs v. Ilea, this ;
up in :
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vIie i 1
aansviue. ,,u .
have suflet 1, lit?
now in the w'j, i
i county scat event, or
..n for the county as a
2, Warsaw Lps its Armist
7, and Wallru its Straw
'.val, while to the Kvith
i over the County line is
? with its annual Farm
. -al. '
r, v.e still repeat that Ten
7 s';ov.!d have some-annual,
t rj, connty-wide cJe
, tUi.y boosting ev?nt,
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1 by i
,uz: l services . r;
UCll l ATRCL" 1AT4 MOORE
i fjr r.'
., 2 ' 1, faeretary r of
i i lareau, or one
i 4 " '..itivcs, will meet
. ; , tis of Duplin Co,
( . 'y-v,iJe meeting ; on
j eveL'2. June , 29, at
7 l. in t!ie courthouse; in
, le. The purposeof the
P is to d'ncuss the pro-:
1 1M r'Tto program and
a lew a . cultural ' adjust-
t act for another year,
I cry farmer in Duplin Co,
i' J to attend this meeting,
A ii Cousht that is will be
y tli , tlonal to everyone, k
' YLAND ' '
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Chas. Abernathy, Jr.,. of , Hew
crn, will give an illustrated lec-t"-e
ci the Holy Land in the Free
"T'-lut church in Magnolia
7 n' t at 8 o'clock,
; ; i t a son of Hon.- Chas.
" " y, Ex-jCotfgressman ana
' 1 1 ; a tour through the Holy
is giving great picture
The public is invited. I ;
Jed that those who wish
d, eet there before 8 '-
k, as a packed house, is expect:
' crEt Resurfacing
N C. 24, frem Kenansville io
e Sampson county 'Jine is to1 be
urfacedWork of resurfacing
jin' Warsaw to Bampsoa county
line has already begun, nd; de
tour signs are up. . '
As soon as resurfacing to Ken
ansville is completed, ttie . work
will be continued to Fink Hill,' re
surfacing Ko, 11. '
Return Local Lad
One of the. Duplin County boys
who is in the " Jackson ' Training
school, ran away s from me school
three weeks ago. He was appre
hended by the Duplin County
sheriff, and was ent for by "thewitn heart attack at her home
scnool autnonnas. . j. a. .yer
came for' the boy and took him
TTi AMMnWnHnn nt . VatlraAT1
Training trhrM j aa thorough
that no boys sent to the school
Ure allowed to ma ewayr';. until
their period of training in the
school is finished,1 . , ' .
; Mrs. Kedar Brj aa eatertained
in her home oa last Friday after
noon from 5 to 6:C0 honorinc ' -r
imnll wvn. the occ 'on
i cend birtday. I
erj y a s -M I
tl Ilrs. I : n, c
-i I toii y
ted by L
.dual coolies f. nd pink leia-
I if 1 Eome
I ' t ' i fir. . the1
' It j j r v .a tlie at-
t ' e 1 at tLe meetings
1M ti "... vl5 IVach last
'(.i.U "ay. This is the third year
in secession that both the .4-H
ami Lome Demonstration clubs
have both won the attendance
gavel. N . i
. Around 250 men, women and
children from the county dropped
tlirir household and farm cares
for the day and motored down to
Wrightsville Beach, for a . whole
day of entertainment, speech-making
and, pleasure.-. -v'.7; '. '
Both meetings, started at 10:30
o'clock, the 4-H clubs at the Har
bor Island auditorium and the ad
ult meeting at the Lumina, -
A picnio lunch was held for
eich county. ' ' v
"The afternoon was- spent swim-'
rune in the sun.' '
Mrs. Ella Cooper
'Loftin Laid to Rest
Funeral services for Mrs. ' lla
Cooper Loftin were held front, the
Kenansville Baptist Church Mon
day morning at 10 o'clock;' oon-(
ducted by the BeVw F, L Goodman,
of the Kenansvm Presbyterian
Church, assisted by the Eev. J. D.
Larkins, retired Baptist minister
of ' Wilmington' and brother-m-iaw
of the deceased, interment was
made in the family lot in Farnor
Cemetery in KenansviJlt. She was
laid to rest feeside her ' mother. -t Vi;
' Active pallbearers who bore the
casket were R. V. Wells, J. E. Jer-
ritt, Vance B. Gavin, Q. E. Bail,
J .T.. Williams. W. M. ' Brinson,
and Henry M. West of Kenansville
Hononuypallbearers were Jno,
A. Gavin. W. B. Murray, P 8.
Williamson, Bernice Furir, Joe
Wallace. E. J. Daa Faison r' Mi"
Gowen, C. X .Qninn, N. B. Boney,
C. D, Dobson, Bodolph Dail and
Robert Grady, of Kenansville ;? J.
0. Bowman, of Wadesboro;1 Geo.
B. Ward, of Wallace and Dr. E. L.
Carr, of Bose Hill.' "
Mrs. C. D. , Dobson . was in
charee of flowers.' A"' quartette
composed of Mrs. George Bennett
Mrs. Lewis 8. Bullock, J 0, Bow,
man and Lewis S. Bullock accom
panied at the piano by Mrs. W, 0.
Reynolds rendered music, favorite
hymns of the deceased. $$1$:
Mrs. Loftin ."Ma?8 ?,V ftj she
was affectionately known thruQUt
the Oovnty) departed this life
suddenly fwturday night about 11
o'clock when ahe VM ' stricken
. , gi.. Wftg 47 eart old on j.OT
last birthday. - Her sudden death
was a heavy shock to ; the com
muaity as well it th? family. 8he
had shown no signs oi oeing sick
and as usuaj pen the day t her
work in the office of Gavin and
Gavin where she was employed,
and at her.home aiding in prepar
ation for the Baptist Centennial
Celebration Sunday. Her . -never
failing smile.l greeted everyone
Satuway as usual, -t . ' 'i' '
In the passing .of ."Miss Efi a
noble .life has gone to its reward,
'i'estiinony as expressed by Jno. A.
Gavin and J. 0. Bowman, and the
huge floral, offerings - front kr
many firtads attested the ittigh es
teem ia which she was .held. It
caa be said of "Miss It" that her
life was filled with spreading sun
shine and stand? out a aj fxam
plq to others to carry the.ir own
urdeas, !'..:'i :HrMv -" '
She was the youngest 'child of
L. M. Cooper and her late mother,
Melia Blount Cooper. , Suryivirz
F e$ her father, who passed h;s
3th birthdafV;'. weoes5ayf',:'f?:;
I'ary Cooper, of Kenaaaviile; Mrs.
r. t, mils,. vCr.m -Vfr-l
D. l.c ' Ins, of Wflmiiiston; Mi-s.
L. D. l of "Magaolia: V Mrs-
Libfcye Albritton, of" Kii: rrton and
frs. P. L. Warrior, of Kenansville, J
au s-.tds. A ore: ier, iames vqo?-
t ? i V rh . .
M. WI ZZZZZZ TAKT3N
I "T'- IZ TO EiATOSITjr
' ". , 'V .k, cf t:
' t, t a a"'":
Luther A. Beasley,
The vhotokraph above is of Luther A. Beasley, Kenansville at
torney and church historian for the
wrote, 7100 Tears of the Kenansville Baptist unurcn," ior tne iuutn
anniversary celebration of the .churdh. The history, as depictea oy
Mr. Beasley, will be found in its
sue of The Duplin Times.
v a .la
The County Board of Commis
missioners and filed with the N.
on Monday, and constituting the
county, board of equalization and
review passed upon matters of
taxation and ; valuation brough t
np for their consideration.
t Amone other things handled by
the board was a recapitulation of
Duplin PWA 'projects q&itimates
submitted by Leslie N. Boney, ar
These are 12-reora .remodeled
and new auditorium, at the War
taw eJementary school, $22,500.00
Six-room school and auditorium
to seat 360, Wolf scrape township,
to cost 18,000.00. v
Six-rooms in the present uli-
torium, and a new auditorium at
Bealaville, to coat, $14,360.
Four-room additwa to B. F.
Qrady axbool to cost, $8,731.25. V
Twenty-two teacher, teacher-
We wish to take this opportun
ity to expresi our, deepest appre
ciation to our many friends for
their kind expressions of sympa
thy during oar recent bereave
ment, the death of our daughter
and sister, Ella Cooper Loftin.
M. COOPER and FAMILY J
SPECIAL FEATURES IN THIS
. WEEK'S ISSyE OF THE TIMES
y Y Z. Ia this weex's (issue of Th TJuplin Times are three special
features deseryiag ojnm fhan a passing mentioa,
. - They axt; ' , -i, .f - v 1 .f
"QJffS DHJITDRED TEARS OF THE KEKAKSVILLE BAP,
TIST CHURCH,", history of this church in full, as written by
Luthflr A. Beasley, church hiatoriaa, for the 100th anniversary,
celebration, On Page , , '" , ' - i
4 SrrCII C? IX K. Y. GULLET, Dean Emeritus, Behoof
.of 1aw Vake Forest College, at the" 100th anniversary celebra-
tion at the church last Sunday. Oa page 2. - s
CUE YESTLZDAYl A regular feature of The Times, con-'
tributed by Mr. A. T. Outlaw, that is evoking considerable com
ment and is very meritorious. On page 8. , . v 1 , '
cptrs of this issue have beea printed and may' be
(' ' 'ti at t3.e rate of 5 cents per copy crt the office, of The :
i T;-nes, r -nrsville, or copies will be mailed to any ad
,iit )L 1 1" ites at C e rate of 5 cents each. .
Kenansville Baptist Church, who
entirety on another page of this is
age, at a. t . urady scnool, cost,
Four class rooms, added to the
Chinquapin school, $8,731.25.
In addition to the above, five
agricultural buildings for .the
county, one at Beulaville, Magno
lia, Warsaw, Chinquapin and Wal
lace, each to cost, $5,500, are in
cluded in the recapitulation.
A resolution from citizents in
the northwest section of the
county asking for the paving of
the road from. Mt. Olive through
to NC 11, following a route to be
worked out by the highway com
mission, was approved by the com
missioners and filde with the H.
C. State Highway department.
. Citizens of Bockfish township,
asked that a road,' 7-lOths of a
mile he placed oa the conaty
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR
BUILDING WARSAW SCHOOL
i ' The Duplia County Board of
Education has advertised for bids
to construct a , new ; grammar
school auditorium, and renvoate
the old grammars school building
in Warsaw. .' . '
Gets High Honor,
Washington, 'June 22. Kep-,
mentative Grahani A. Barden
was today given a signal honor
when he was' named 'to- the
House Labor Committee, which,
is important under all circum
stances, and which at the mo
ment is the most sought after
committee in the House, not ex
cepting the committees on ways
and means, appropriations and
rules which ordinarily outrank
all the others. -' 1
Dr. G. V. Gooding, secretary of
the Kenansville Board of Educa-(weU chosen woris el
tion, was host at a fish dinner to (Dr. H. Y.; Galley, t'
the WPA employees who have the , day, whose a
been constructing the gymnasium given on another ;
at the Kenansville school. Around 'paper. '
35 WPA employees were present I ; Mrs. Louis S. E."
The dinner was given at . noon member of the c
Tuesday. Invited guests wen B. C. solo number dor
Sellars; county WPA supervisor. I servicfc ; ; J
A. 7. Dickson, princisaL Kenans -
ville school; 0. P. Johnson, coun
ty superintendent of schools, F.
W. McGowen. county auditor, and
'A. C. Hoaeycutt. -
Work on the gymnasium was
brought to a finish this week.
It is the plan of the Federal
Government to continue the CCC
camps, which have proven so pop
ular, but they will continue wim
a reduced statf, which will make
'it impossible to enroll as many
young men in the camps as previ
Tae age limits have -. been
CCCCamps July 1
changed, the junior age limit aowjis p rv
beiag 17 to SMJ. A few young men iT8. IV. U,
will be sent to the COO camps
irom Duplin county, oa July 1,
which is the next date for enroll
ment. 400 Over 65
Ia the recent survey . made
ia the coalfcy it was found that
there are more than 1,300 persons
over 85 years of age. Of this nam'
ber more than 400 are absolutely
dependent. Accosting to the set
up Duplin county wil be able to
aid only 274. .
. This will work a very decided
hardship upon the Welfare Board
in the selection of the 274 to re-
ceive the aid.
' Miss Baby Martin left Tuesday
for Kinston, where "she has ao
Iraiaiag school. Miss Martia ex-
pects to eater nurses' wauung1-v .
school again in the fall. JUss JUr-
tin is a member of the Methodist
Sunday school and a young wo
man, who has the best wishes of
her friends in her undertakings.
Concert Class ;
To Sing at Sandy ,
Plains Free Will'
The conoert class from the Free
Will. Baptist -orphanage at I" I'
dlesex, will sin; atandy Ilfil'r.
Free Will Baptist church on Ta
day nitrht, June 3. The pulllo i
soordially invl' rl to attead. A f.
bration a. "
purpose, an i
one thin", t
of Mrs. I t i
loved and 1
church, at 1 ' I
ville on Sut
Preceding t" . 1
school service, J.
who acted- as r
ies throughout t
fitting tribute i
did Prof. J. 0. i
' Words of weL c
coming, which Lei
family reunion, s
J. Blanton, cour.'v- w
"The MVwd U I ;
Shall Hot Want," v
Louis 8. Bullock.
J. A. Gavin, Jr., i
! At noon a
cue was served oa
Durine the aft
Luther A. Beas!, :
fan, gave the - 1
church, which el
on another page t
members and. p i
the day: Rev. B. t
ston, a former '
church. William I
ville, the son of a
now a prominent 1
Greenville. A. D. 1
William Ward, of 1
Cox and sisfer;lf .
others. ' ..,' ,t
Mt. Olive. Mrs.
gay, 80, died ate i
son, Zohe Kornegoy
day and was baric 1
13, in the family
her old home place,
lived for more then
Mrs. Koraegay v
of R. D. Koraegay , '
years agoi'-iV .
Survmag are 1
Kinston; Mrs. : (
Bainbridge, Ga. :
negay, Mt, Ouv
J. M. Koraegy, :
' Memebrs of t'
j Toaag People's
The day is
F. L. Goo.'
the youcj i
trine cf t"
eanor r 1
r.r - ; '
wul o'ier j ur tLe c"
will be t .a, ' (