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Duplin 'a noor
f ;l)a T- uT JULY 1. 1337
Cc-rcdcr-te Vets Recall Days of 61
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i .3 fc.'e sUU living, and have
1 i ii TV- arsville as honored
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j be 1 fine.
5 well along in
"1 not be long
o the Sunset."
-A J a I'n will
"...lie sctest a
b to ret t ie plan
t lliursday in
'3 of the old---Ln
!.e that the date
. f,.r C e County-wide Be-
f i - e-conur.sr aay. as
, V s c limn, also suggests
r . Tsunion and
' I -7, cr just Duplin
i lay. We would
to have other plans
i we would like for
V e county, and dif
c auisations to ex-
rlions on the mat-
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.3. Anna Steese Richardson,
jywrlfiht, author and associate ed:
f of Woman's Home Companion,
o has Just completed a 100,000
a trip throughout the ' United
fug, talking to women's groups
J conventions, explaining the com
mt efforts o industrial and busl
tii research experts to perfect
n -tacts tor the 'American home
and American health. ' Says Mrs.
Kluhardson: "Anyone who reads the
advertisements in the newspapers
and magazines can see the romantic 1
Story of what industrial research.'
and mass production have done to
make this country the best on earth
in which M live." - , ' -
Beginning with this issue,
the Duplin Times offers to its
readers and advertisers a dues-,
tion and Answer column on So
cial Security. It will be found
inside this issue.- " ' ,
Through the cojumn , the Du-;
plin Times will answer inquir
ies from its readers on the Soci
al Security law. All - workers,
employers, housewives, others,
are invited to use this, service.
It is not a legal service. It is an
informational service. Answers
will be authoritative. '
' . The Social Security Board,
thiough Stacey W. Wade, Man-.:
ager of the Board's office a
118 Si -Salisbury Street in Ral
eigh, has consented, as a special
service to the-Duplin Times and
its readers, to answer all ques-'
tions on the Social Security law
- submitted to his paper. '
Make your questions . brief
and to the point Because ' of
space limitations the Duplin
and answers. Questions will be
Times must condense questions
answered as quickly as .possible,
in the order received. -'Address
your inquiries to the' Duplin
Times.- In keeping with; ? Social
Security Board , policy names
will not be published. TEE ED
The Tui'ln County ' Board of
i-Jacat n em on ijuaay, jaiy
2Gth, with the Board of County
Commissioners to discuss matters
pertaining to the school v budget
lor the coming year. : : .
. It is expected that this year s
budget will include a 5 cent levy,
which will be used to s purchase
equipment for . the schools in the
county, to keep them from going
off the accredited list C: t .high
schools,' ' - r
This equipment will be mostly
for science departments, Home Ec
onomics departments, agricultural
equipment .and' for school librar-
'X U Duplin County Schools should
have to go off the accredited list
ol high schools, it wouia mean
that the boys and girls graduating
from high schools in the county
would have to take an entrance
examination before being admit
ted to college in this and other
states, r 4 ' '
State Reads to .
Program, July 1
, With the selection of " County
Boards of Welfare in each of the
100 counties, everything is , in
readiness in North Carolnia to op
erate the State Security program
v :1 Gen. Homer Atkinson of Richmond, ,Va., and Geo; Harry Bene tee
of Nashville, Tenn., talk ever the days of 61-63 at the annual Confederate
reunion held at Jackson, Miss,, recently. Many interesting characters
of the South attended the reunion. It marked the forty-seventh time the
boys In gray have held a reunion.
New Farm Bill .
at Meet Tuesday
ASK PASSAGE OP EVEB-NOB-HAL
GBANABY BILL AT THIS
SESSION OB CONOBESS BILL
COVERS FARM PBODTJCTS v
A delegation of Duplin' County
farmers, adopted a Resolution xm-
animouslv endorsing the i i Ever
Normal Granary BUI, and asking
for its passage in . Congress this
session, at a county-wide meeting
"II Times printer
t cf town by the e
cf a relative . this
liers of the staff of
' .I'm the publish-
r inters liiis weei.i
Jurors Superor . .
Criminal Court :'-
Jurors drawn for the superior
criminal term of court, which con
venes on July 26 at Kenansvilje
are given oeiow:
W, A. Everett, Ervin.Eornegay,
mmm.';. tnlU i mHvMjr, mU..l hell in, the court house- on Tues
wuiwi vu m iuj BtitMww - . - . .
Ions oir old age assistance, aid to
dependent children and ffadigent
An investigation of the appli
cants for 'aid will be made in toe
various conunties by the County
Superintendents of Public. '. Wel
fare, and the applications will be
passed npon by the county welfare
borads, which will also furnish
any information' requested by the
State Board of Charities and Pub
lic. Welfare. The boards will func
tion in ah advisory capacity to the
County Welfare ' Superintendents
in developing1 policies and plans.
For the first time in the history
of-organized welfare work in N.
C, the superintendents of Public
Welfare have been, or will be sel
ected, jointly by ' ; the x i-county
boards of welfare and the county
commissioners. Hitherto appoint
ments" have'been made jointly by
the county commissioners and the
countyyboard of education ' with
the approval o fthe- State Board
Charities and Public Welfare. '
Road to be Let
MISS MACY COX WRITES COM
MISSIONER JOHNSON IN BE:
HE GIVES PLANSFOR ROAD
Duplin County citizens will be
intrested in this letter from R. G.
Johnson, road commissioner for
the third district in regard to
hard surfacing the present coun
ty road form Warsaw to Wallace
via Magnolia ,which is Miss Macy
day evening. J?
N. HL' Smitli, Field represents- Miss Macy Cox,
tive of the American Farm Burean!0'
went into details concerning tne . rjj-'
woftro fthe Farm v Bureatt, - and -r-Kave votir letter of June 24
told what the Farm Bureau had .with, reference to the ; Wallace
secured in different sections ' tflwantnr road. v
&S m wihch is expected tt. -fiS:
FIRST TOMATOES OF SEASON
Are shipped from Warsaw
on tuesday rcukes" aid
ED BY RAINS ,i '
' ''Crops In Duplin County look
the. best thy have all this grow
ine season." W, D. Reynolds,
county farm agent i-ii Wednes
day. "Corn and tobacco, the coun
ty's two largest staple crops are
doing splendidly following the re
cent general rains.
i The rains also were an aid to
cucumber growers, coming Just in
time to save this really important
crop in Duplin county. It is esti
mated that there are -upward of
700 acres of cucumbers in the
Early corn, which is now on the
market has made very good : in
some sections. '
The first tomatoes to be ship
ped in the county, were loaded in
Warsaw on Tuesday. They 6 brot
a good price, of 11 per lug. War
saw is the largest tomato market
in the county .there being a grad
er at the market. y'vr. v- .'jU
Lima beans and pepper are also
on the market at the present time
and prices are encouraging,
On the whole -potatoes . and
string beans were the truck crops
that bore the brunt of the drouth
in late May and early June,
Strawberries preceded the dry
weather, and strawberry growers
geneally came out of the
ahead. . .
' : Three members make up " the
boards of welfare in each' county,
with ft rotating term of ' officii
One member will serve until May,
1938, another until May, 1939,
and the third until May, 1940,
i week just over
et the printer
it s t3 g t next weeks
, vlU be ob-
tf tie day.
' i for
1 Erisome of the John Mathis Sumner, L T; FusseU,: J-!?yC
I Pnhlin WelfarA ' mnnititi(l , me
member, the County ' Commission
ers a second, and me third was
appointed by a joint decision f
the State Board and the jCounty
Commissioners. V"t;MV; .'
xne irapiin uounty itoard. of
Public Welfare is: J, E. Jerritti
Kenansville; J. G. Tr -t Greshara,
Jr., Warsaw, and Mrs. John D.
Bobinson, Wallace, N. 'C- , I
neroert tt. xeacney, u, x. wui-
iams, Harvey Lane, J. A. Wilson,
W. T. Hanchey, L. Henderson, Os
car Merritt, Thad Vann, Murphy
II. Thisrpen, Sam Blaylock, i Wil-
Lixd Fate, R.. V. Harrell, A, S.
Thornton, Earry W. Jffathis, E. A.
IXoore, H. E. Blackmore, W. J.
indcrson, E. U Smith. "4)
lichard Moore, I. F. Kenned'',
-aLam Lanier, P. P, Casteen, A1-
vi ii.ornejray, zoiiie mareadyj.
Cuinn, J. E. Farrior, Jr., Alfa
::.olar, B. F. Rivenbark, ; Roy
r,me, G-. E. Eivenbark, I. V. Sul-
l.vn, l-amnton Eaker, Exum Bho
1 r, T. H. Johnson, F.i A. Robin-'
m, 2. S. Swinson, W. A. Teachev,
V !. Carfrr, Evander McLendcu
V.. 'or Villiams. 1
-. in so&in ci
L. TTells, L. E. Jones, J. O.
' "7, AIrt Fatchelor, Harp
: Uiard I" t, Clnudie Bert,
t r.'son, E. L. f :th, J. 'L.
, y t.iridr, Levi umnir
- n, I. J. Erinson, El
i, I). A. Trown, R. M.
, J r H. rov-ell. '"'
Blind Adicd to
Get Bionics for ; J
' A member of the State , Blind
Commission met with J. L. Miller,
chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners, and Mrs.. Harvey
Eoney,' Superintendent of Public
Welfare on June 23, to discuss
the' Blind Cotr'nission's plans for
sM to dejenda.t blind, i 1
Iliad persons in the county are
a ' el to go to an eye specialist for
sn's report on eye exami
' i fjr I! 's f"7"r
do away with surpluses, by pur
chasine such surpluses, and stor
ing them against periods v when
there are no surpluses oi wese
crops, to be released on the mar
ket t that timy'riiXy
' The bill covers tobacco, ' Corn,
wheat, rice and cotton So ; far
truck crops have not been "covered
in the bill, but there is some, agi
tation to have these crops covered.
The bill carries a provision for
loan to farmers on their surplus
stored crops. . --
A meeting with the Duplin Co.
Minute Men was held in the mor
ning at the Agricultural Building.
Mr. Smith covered the full ; ' de
tails of the biU with the Minute
Men in order that they might, .be
iUDosition to place all ; informa
tion before the farmers in their
The County Minute Men are :
- Limestone : I. J. Sandlin, J. G.
Kennedy. M. M. Thigpen, J. L
Faison: J. E.' Faison, R." ' A.
Moore, J. :WH Warren, Albert Mar
tin. . S'Z:-7 '('.
Albertson: w. J. Grady, M. B.
Holt, iM. W. Sutton. . ' - -
v Glisson S J. W. Waters, Harold
jkornegay, xrea uuuaw -;r?
( Smith: Freely Smith, Paul Wil
liamson, Buck Swnson., - ,
Kenansville: Joe Wells i -h
Wolf scrape: Preston Wells, W.
Loftin. John Kane. :
:l Warsaw, George Bennett.,
Magnolia: John R. Croom.
Rose Hill: Steve Wilkins. ;
Cypress Creek : G. E. Pickett, L.
R, Eagood; ;i."i';',5i
. Eockfish: A B. Lanier.
- Island Creek:. No rrepresentat-
000 more this year for construc
tion on this road. We .can get a
mnch better mice bv letnne a
$300,000 contract than we can
by letting two 1150,000 contracts,
therefore it is my intention to let
the $300,000 contract as quick as
possible. As you know this survey
has already been made and we
hope that the $300,000 contract
will be completed before the win
ter months set in.
I cannot trive yon the exact
date as to when contract will be
let but assure you that no other
county or road will get the money
which has been allocated to this
road. It will cost about $30,000 a
mile to build this road and you
see it is a matter of impossibility
to let the whole length from Wal
lace to Warsaw at one time as we
do not, and will not have the a-
vailable money, I am, ,: ,
Yours very truly,- ,
R. G. JOHNSON,
Commissioner Third District. :
- EBiTcrj :
week's issue of - j ..
we called for a e :
pinion, and l'..-3 I.t a
wide home-comL'j, cr r
The letter below from t
ed Duplinite, at Rose
promptly in response 1
quest, showing that 1
the county are real' '
in such an event T
plan of the Rose I
full, and leave the f
discussion, or sr
er interested In:
offer an entirely dll'Iei.
expansions or changes
plan offered here. ,
4-H CLUBS TO
About 75. young people, boys
and giir members, of lie - seven
senior 4-H Clubs in the county,
will spend the coming week , at
White Lake on their annual camp
The young people will be ac
companied by Miss Jamye Martin,1
home agent, and Mr. and Mrs, G.
E. Jones, assistant farm agent
and his wife. .
An interesting program for the
week has been planned for the
young people v
Handicraft will be taught by
Miss Martha Riggsby, of Sanford.
Miss Lucile Ward, of Rose Hill,
I a member of the faculty of Charl
otte city schools, teaching physi
cal education, will be in charge
of recreation: at the camp. Miss
To the Editor,
The Duplin Times, " '
Kenansville, N. C. "i. i '
In the last issue of yov .
esting paper the writer
ooluma "County Talk t
that someone come fore,
a plan for ft county lie
day for Duplin to be he! 1
ansnlle. I have a plan t
which I believe, yould be
end one which the DBII
ES would do well to spou.
me explain it. , '
For years the "Old
Reunion Day'J was an .' ann.: ,
rent in Kenansville. Now, be
there are only one or two
Soldiers left the celebrations I
ceased. Why not perpetuate t
reunions by establishing an ar
al "Homeoominir Day", with r
jio, addresses, parades, and pa-
uiu lunuuei ai nqon ana pn
try in the morning, ld time-j
uy Btuauurius in uw aiv
noont Here's how:
r Xet the DUBLIN TTKTS sr
sot the occasion with the ac
support of citizens' comn
chosen from all over the cc
and headed by a promient I
ansville man or woman. Let
committee plan the progrars
direct the preparations for
morning celebration and i
the various dan and family
toxical organizations to w
their individual luncheor
Kenansville and formal m
in the aftrenoon.
It is my belief that .. tir
would meet the support of
number of people and t
tions. : During the last '
ft number of families rI
associations to.facflitat .
nual reunioii. No more i
ate meeting place could 1
It was announced here ' this
week that a tonsil clinci will be
hell in ITcnnnsville the latter part
f J .'y for cl.IIJren only. The
(' v 1 1 te $13 per ; person.
' s i ' ' ' 1 is advised to
t i ' "i v . "i I Coo?fi" in
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Kind Local Couple
See Baby is Taken
to Home Society
A young baby at the Salvation
Army hospital in Durham, this
week found placement in its new
home at the Children's Home So
ciety in . Greensboror, ?. when
B.. y. Wells, t V Duplin ; County
Clerk of Superior Court,; and his
wife en route to Winston-Salem
to attend the annual clerk's con
vention, stopped' in Durham, and
took the child on to Greensboro,
without any drain on ' county's
funds, to pay the expenses of bar
tog the child takea to Greensbo
ro. 3 '':,-7::c:':f':H':v'
The baby's, mother is at the
Woman's Farm Colony at Kinston.
She has given the child to , the
Children's Home Society to place
it in n good home. , . fJ -
Mr. and Mrs.Wella were Tery
Wind to take care of ; the child's
transference from the Salvation
A rmv Kosuital to the ' Children's
Ward expects to give some . in
struetion in swimming. L - u : ;, , tLZTr
ar fu.i. 1 wmvamb, wuut v a,
ester, wiU teach nature - studyVr l
classes. ' ,
Dr. B. L. Carr, County Health
Officer and one of the County
nursese will give the young people-instruction
in first aid one
day during the camp. D. E. Jones,
of the Rural Electrification De
partment will talk to the young
people on electrification of farm
homes.:.':'';:. ' -j, t-SK?1 -'f?;
" In next week's issue of The Du
plin Times the names cf all of the
olub members attending the camp
will be printed. . .. '.
Sunday, July 4, 1937. " .
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Preaching at 11:15 A. H. by
Rev. A. L. Thompson, the Pastor.
Special invitation extended to
auto attend. v
SB- FROM COUNTY SENT TO
WILMINGTON FOR CCC ROLL
,"" Six young men form the county
WiU go for CCC enrollment to WU
mington next Tuesday, July 6. ,
It has been a source of
regret that the people t
County, for centuries be
ther in a common pionec
through war and thror
through poverty and
prosperity, ufust now be
opposing political ; fact
the instigation fo a few
litical aspirants.' The
TIMES is to be commend. .
very worth-while suggests
it is to be hoped that the rl
be put into effect. , ,v'(
I hope that other ma.f
the TE4ES who agre wi
will let it be known bywrt.
the editor as I have done t
"-, . Yours very truly,
rtJ j, ApgPLirr
county c y
Douelas Keeks, serving 10 to
15 years for manslaughter in Br?
lin County in October 1123, v
among twenty prisoners, win :
cevicd paroles from Cr'
eycaTu-' j l fit ".
' The Home Demor
of the coc-y will r
cultural lailding i
Friday niorair; J
clock to li'l a ce
and make t f
the clubs ia I
:corc..: . -i
At t!:-s r
' t t'.e