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. Caught shaking hands here are Vance Orr, left, Pres. of the
Kenansville-Warsaw Rotary Club and E. B, Sanborn, Rotariau I
from Coldsboro. Mr. Sanburn it manager of the Goldsboro unit r
Atlas Plywood Corporation, - , ' . , ,- , J f-
A big time is expected Tuesday
when the Kenansville-Warsaw Ro
tary Club entertains Dr. - Barker,
noted Hotary lecturer. Dr. Barker
will adlress a public gathering at
the Kenansville school . Tnesday
morning at 11 o'clock. At one he
will speak at the Hotary-luncheon
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Of Duplin for Localica c the :
J Eastern Carolina. Vets' Hospital
To Give Extension!1 F,08!4
. asked to include this territory and
EnVifMAnt ' ' , " -
Service, Duplin V
Announcement .was- made this
week by J. C. Gresham, . acting
manager of Ce Coldsboro j Em
ployment . office, " which serves
Wayne and I uplin Counties, of
the inai Ouration of an extension
service cace a week in Duplin
County. -" ;
" A representative of the employ
ment off ice' will beat' Wallace
and Kenansville, every Wednesday-
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The representation t wOl be "at
Wallace from 9 to 12 o'clock each
Wedncs lay at the town-halL
At Kenansville the represents-
tive will have an office in ;; the '
coi' Tiasioners Toom at the court
luu o, and will be there ..from
1:23 to 4:C3 o'clock.
Anyone desiring to" register for
r !? m or to file claims for
x : nent compensation will
i t tLe representative of the
sei ,'ce cf tLe above places,' dur
"X t!se tours mentioned. Citizens
, f tl.e county are invited to "take
t! recta 8' of the services.""""1
T!;ur loy,.'jLt of last week,
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in the Rotary . hall in Warsaw.
Tuesday night at 8.00 he will ad
dress a public gathering in -the
Warsaw High school aucL'torium
; The. people of Kenansville andf,
Warsaw are urged to take advan
tage of Br. Barker's viat and hear
B;'jj speak. , , '
f fUl, W .fc
The Veterans Administration of
vicinity in the area in which the
MUUUBCU UUSU'lUU WU1 DC
located br the Board of County
Commissioners at itheir regular
meeting on' Monday. .
? A loan of $1,800 from the Bix
bn Charity fund to J. 2L Brock,
with suitable security was ' re
commended by the' .County Board
of IklucatioH. i
A letter of thanks from -Abbie
B. Vause, of Mt. Olive for the
fixing of a bridge was read by the
commissioners. A letter from..; Dr.
F. JI. Register, superintendent of
the : Caswell Training " school,
thanking" the Board for their
Christmas donation was also read
by 'the commissioners. N , j
. Xhe report of justice of the
peace, and mayors of the towns of.
the county was submitted
W. xIcGowen. The report of D. S.
Williamson, ai -tMasnrer nf tliAiboys except the flags and badge.
County was read. - v jThey appreciate your visit to their
I. N. Henderson, tax wUecto'0 display and your . oom-
reported $40,535.78, taxes coHec -
ted for the month of January 19-.'
A. T. Outlaw, register of deeds,
reported total fees of ?3"0.5 for
me montn ot January. ii;s rep-1
resentett 1,614 transactions. These
wero divided as fo"aws, C21
crop liens,. 374 chattel mi; es,
143 deeds, -118 morte dec 2a, 3
title notes,, -68 sales contracts, 3
marriages licenses, and 12 miscel
laneous. -This represented the
largest month's business ' in the
history of the office. The" total
for Eecember 1937 was $714.21.
January of 1337 totaled 17C3.C3,
which was the largest month J
io i;;at.ume. . , : .-.
Am or 'er was made that , cer
tvta is' ops in bad condition be tr.';
ca to EJc'sh for f!otostsc v:?-
T';e rrport cf tie county to-
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" RESPONSE v
. TKES wishes' to thank
oar staff of correspondents, . who
responded so well to our request
for getting in their news at an
early date. , ' '
Kot ; -a single ' correspondent
went over the deadline, of Wed
n' y night this week. ,
'e wish- to particularly ; men
tion the following who got their
news into the office on Tuesday,
which makes: a 'considerable lift
for the ihon. Those to whom we
give extra stars for extra prompt"
ness this week are:
Mrs. Mable M. Holt, Choco
late.'. -,"' ' ,
?Mrs.' K B, BoHey Kenans
ville: :. fi'V'y' ': 'V-fSi&fi
5 Mrs. 0 P. Pndgen; Warsaw.
Mrs. ' Mamie Heath, VPink
, JText on thii lwt were thifol
lbwing, whose letters reached us
early Wednesday mornmg. .
Mrs. Ernest Taylor, Faison.
( Mrs. H. E.' Grubbs, Calypsoii
; Miss Mildred Summerlin,
Summerlin's Cross Roads;' - , " ' :
Miss, Annie ;;Swinson,;v:Bear
J. H. Parker, ' Outlaw's
Miss Ruth Murray, RosehiU.
" Getting in un4er the rope, just
before the closing hours of- the
deadline Wednesday night were:
- Mrs, M. M. Thigpen, . Beula-
ville, and .v;.v;U' Zti
Mrs. Edd Kornegay, Woodland.
Please: remember to get your
news in at an early' ' date ' next
J week. Get it in the mail on MON
DAY IF POSCIBIE: If yon can't
get it in on Monday post it in
time to reach ns not later than
Boy f Scout I Week
' This is Boy Scout Week. .Joy
Scouts all over the country are
wearing; their uniform and, hav
ing special meetings and programs
in the memory of the organization
of the scouts a little over a
quarter century ago. '
. The Kenansvijle Troop has se
cured a show window from Mr.
C." E. Quinn's store and have , put
on display there some of the work
of the troop. All of the exhibits
in the. window were made by the
jment8, oH work, , and will
gdly answer your " questions
Ccnrccrman Harden at Work
E,.!ul Huddpn, 25 year old Dup
lin County man, is being held in
the Eenansville jail without priv
ilege vi bond for rape on Inez
Pettcway, KeniLville girl. Miss
Ttr-iway is over 16 years old.
" According to reports here it is i
alleged that Hudson accampamed
Miss iPetteway. from the Kenans
ville school gym where she was at
tending a basket ball game. :;-:
- Her father, W.' B. : Petteway,
states that when she did not - re
turn home at the proper hour he
went to look for, her. About one
o'clock she returned liome ; with
Hudson. She appeared in an un
natural - condition and delated
the story how Hudson had made
her drunk and raped her. She
said, according to reports, thai he
jfave ner 8 coca-cola to drink; She
complained about it burning but
he held her head and, forced her
to drink. Before she could drink
the fun contents of the bottle the
had passed ot and knew nothing
' Her father , reported . to "Sheriff
Williamson and officers immedia
tely went to the home of Hudson
near Kenansville. He was not at
home and they left word) with
his father.; The ' following morn
ing Hudson came to Kenansville
and gave himself , upl-, . .
"a Saturday bight lie suffered-' a
breakdown in jail here and was
taken to a Fayetteville hospital.
Sheriff .Williamson went for him
Thursday and returned him to the
Kenansville -jaiL -
-Toung Hudson 'was4 employed
by A, 3. Stricklana, Kenansville,
as a truck driver. ' .
; He will be charged with a cap
ital ' crime at the next term of
Superior Court in July. If con
victed he will be sentenced to
Paul Davis Gets Long Penitentiary
Sentence; Many Other Cases Disposed
vf in Criminal Court Term Last Week
B. C. SHEFFIELD WINS
TRIP TO MIAMI AMD CUBA
Barney Sheffield, proprietor of
Warsaw, Drug Company returned
Tuesday night from a trip to Mi
ami and. Havana Cuba. Mr, Shef
field took the trip as guest
of the Carolina Sales Corporation,
Greenville, for selling more than
his quota of new Philco radios
during 1937. Mr. Sheffield sold
over 100 radios.
CARR NEWTON ILL
- Carr Newton of Kenansville, is
ill at his home with a slight case grand jury.
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vi puciuuvuio, ik is repuricu. . jut.
Newton is getting along nicely,
last reports said.
nnn Graham A. Harden
u i5. I" . !:ead and Democratic
r. '..:e is t.ken in Washing-
j.k. -y were probably dis-
. Miss Dorothy Edgerton of ?ai
son who was elected president, of
the Duplin County 4-H Council at
the reorganization meeting held in
Kenansville January 29th. ' v
Hogs Goes Out
On February 4th, six' carloads
of hogs were shipped from ( War
saw by the Duplin-Sampson live
stock a ' Marketing association,
marking the close of the first
year's business for the association.
There were 498 hogs in the ' six
carloads, - weighing a total 4 of
101,398 pounds. The net amount
was $8,443.61: Trieei f or iop Hogs
were $3.60 per .hundredweight"
.The next shipment is scheduled
to leave Warsaw on Februarf 18
ims smpment win begin a new
year for the association.
OUTER JONES ILL
Oliver Jones of Warsaw, is con
fined to his horn e seriously ill
with pneumonia. '
I Paul Davis, tried on a chagre
'of murder, was found guilty ktf
J 3n V 4-1...
sory before and after the fact,
and a true bill as accessory be-
the fact, was returned
Sv' Mm,-n fnTrini
Other cases coming up for trial
atlje last term of crimnial fmA
State vs. B.
L. Winner, pesses-
. laic, uoauuucu.
btate vs. uonn raogexr rc-
ceny, ana receiving, oonnnaea. i
, Sttte vs. Floyd Vernon, assault
Kr-ofA m Jim mi a Tji tiller nvr
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less driving, continued.
T- -y ttU""""m
i neaee. nnhlifl nnisance. telliwr i
February term of Duplin criminal , ' , , , :
court, and sentenced to not more L TiieJ?ilte Company, headed by
than thirty years, nor less than'E- L- Whi6. president, was form
29 years in the state penitentiary. e 20 years ago in Wilmington.
Davis shot Wes Mclver, Sunday Tne organization began a rapid
night, January 9th, about seven growth under the leadership of v
o'clock at his home near Halls- Mr- and today buys milk -v
-ill- ' from farmes and serves ice cream '
State vs. Jay Nobles, tottirbing;," f.novilig, M. fad,. f ; J
whiskey on which tax was jiot
paid. Found guilty of keeping , a
disorderly house. Twelve months
on roads. Appealed to Supreme
court, bond fifed at $75. Appear
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ance oona nxea at f z.wu.w,
State vs. Raleigh Lanier, seduc
tion, continued. ; r. ,
,v State ts, J,.,: E. Carr, , canal
knowledge of a female under IS
years of age, continued. ti , ? ;
, State vs. James, ; alias Buddy
Lof tin, assault with intent to kill.
Pleads guilty to assault with dead
ly weapon. Plea accepted by the
State. Plea fr judgment, contin-
ea to July term 1938.
State vs. Ralph Odom,. assault
and robbery from person, contin'
ned. . . ,
State vs. Coy Herring, larqeny
THEY HEED WORK One of
the finest things this column has
heard recently, came to her at
tention over the past weekend. An -official
in one of the, big utility
companies of the state passed a
way last week, and in losing him '
the firm not only lost a rood of
ficial, but the men who worked
under him lost a friend in hitrh
places.' The stosy goest that ord
ers had come to the company from
me nome office (in Sew Tork
City, of course) to lay off at least
fifty men,. When the orders were
relayed to; him.. by an J official .
higher up, he said: a ;
' "If yon nave to save money, out ,
your salary 15 per cent, ut mine
10 per cent, but keep those poor
devils at work, They need the
money"- ,k v f ;
Somehow we could not help feel- "
ing that if . there were more men
like him," who" were willing to
wte cuts m tneir own salaries, ra- ,
ther than lay off men, whom they
knew needed the work worse than '
they did, that a lot af our prob- ,
lems of"depression" ;vand. reoer
sion" of business would automat- ,
icafly come to an end.' '
: PARENTS " INTERESTED If
anyone thinks that parents of chil 1 ,
dren who attend the Kenansville
school are not interested in their
young hopefuls they should have
attended the meeting of the Asso
ciation held on Monday evening
this week, following fhe organisa
tion meeting of : a week ?, before.
Twenty-nine signed up for mem-
bership in the newly, organised P. ,
t. A organisation, and more are
expected to sign upRev; V '
Goodman, president of the P, T.
A who is interested .though ho '
has no children in school just now.
but some that wOl soon be, j has
set the membership goal for the
Association at 60. The fifty should
easily be secured. Because of get
ting a late start, the ' association .
ir meeting twice monthly for the
remainder of the school yflfej.
White's Ice Cream
For Twenty .Years
The White Ice Cream and Mill:
Company of Wilmington begins $
47 week advertising campaign in
the TIMES this week. We call
Br3ck,Sluml. ' t
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White makes ice cream in bolk. l A- -
5o 103 clP8 nd all- frosen",rtS
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Jonathan 7ohUO1 ( s
tweekunderbond to .be
tried in nen tirm at snTWrt(vr ri
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lMnort? H. Mltrf in ' - ,.A !
ston following an.- indictment 1
Jrujylt,i w.r8 T' """""V '
me idtiiui tnnrv srana inrv.
A a m . . i
v ine aeienaant operaiea- a saw m
mill in 'Kenansville about' .two-Hri
fesin s(K' f'$:-p-.Htf -'Ji
He is a former 'member of the ,i "'
Pender County board of commis-i '
nected in that county. iC ! ,'
MRS. ' ARTHUR HITMP2REY '
SERIOUSLY ILL IS HOSPITAL
Mrs. .Arthnr Humphrey i is a
patient, in a ttoldsboro hosp"
She was hurried to the hospitJ i
Monday night of ' last week. 7
condition is critical. ; - ; '
From six-tenths of ea
Rex Yelton, demonstrate, i f
of Yancey County, t ' 1
worth of turr-T r ( 1
n l.is wuiLcd so diligently for.
(Cohtinned on Back fage : ' worth of ip: . ; . . .