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C. C Ivey and son; C. C.,
Id merlin Crossroad were
g :::;ts of Mr. Ivey's sister,
Aid Grady last Sunday.
J. E. Swinson spent ,Tues
tlie home of her brother,
JL Whitfield, of Rones
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I cnoir. County tobacco growers
1 1 1 recleaned by tne county -a-
. , .,4-'.. awti nf f Q-pmrrfl
n ar haviru their seed treatea ,
to prevent teat spot diseases.
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n'i:ii as I e
(Ca-ee) ci-.uri 83 1
ants, for t e rr Hi
The Wilin:. on I
located in Loom
is a part of the I,
and will find its s -al
district quota wL
the followinsr countic
over. Pender. Dunlin. Eruna-w
Men who live in the a counties
&nd are ' interested ia a naval
career should apply h person at
the Recruiting Office, .7ilminton
in order that their names be plac
ed on the waiting list, making
them eligible for an ea:1y date.
twmssxnxs at fau ,
NEW YORK So many . Visitors
from foreign shores ar er-'t1 d
at the New York Worl s Ttdr 13-
39 that a ' special interpreters'
service will be, established in the
Hospitality Center building.
i m ricr er
i i . - iht E.arLtt
, J. - i, a director of
3 r ' -tive Ex-
11 f,:e t.l.iy, -a
t f r I 's statement,
t ( ' 1 five; r lent
n ; t .t a" "..ouLh the
K :..t s fi C30,
j 1 a a irorih Caro
l y income is more
" ; ' ? fs great as this
j- arjef t:.e L.
our Y. P.
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ROJin TBIP TARES
Goldsboro 1 Ilia" Wilminfftoa J1.70
Charleston, S. C. d1?110? 1
- 1 $6 85 Clarksville 1C0
South Hill $4.95 CinoiwiaU i 3.95
Wtamf ; i23.75
DAIL BROTHERS STQRE
" TTpnnTiinrille. H. C. " '
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C. U. by I
"Yonnq: People and the Church;"
by aai ii.Ioon Cutlaw.
Hymn, "Kow in the Days t of
Youth." Kli-pah Ecnediction.
Kr. and Krs, Don Outlaw, of
Kinstoa were visitors here Sunday
morning. . 4 .
' Kiss Loraine Parks, of Rhodes
Chapel visited "her sister, - Mrs.
Wright Smith, Friday night. 5 v '
- Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Holt, of Al
bertson, were visitors in the home
of Miss Rachel Outlaw Sunday af
ternoon. f " W r '
Irj.lln County deputies contin
ued their drive on the mating of
bootli'5 lTr when they ceptured
two stIU 1 ,t Sunday, and confis
cated IS barrels of mash, found
at the two stills, - - .
A 30-gallon gas drum was tak
en in Island Creek tashp, between
YC2S Sisty-three na
tions, the largest nuTlnr ever t
participate at any inter?
exposition, are already on fa
ter of the Hew York Voi' I's
1939, Grover A. Vhakn, r.
of the Fair Corporation annul'
Charity and RosehiU. Four barrels The number will show a stcsJy in
of mash were found at this still. It crease during the next six nicr.tl i
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. , J. I. ALBEHTOSr fV.
"The first step that we must
take towards pulling our poultry
income up from the present six
million dollars a year to a figure
more in line wit!) tQ twenty mil
lion dqllajs of tiia New England
S'AteA i to buy better ,
declared Kr. Albritton, who. as di
rector 4 the ECX represents taat
organization in this ' district, of
which DapTia Cfeuaty is a part,
JIo farmer, he said, should buy
"just baby chicks," but
should iosiat. upon 8, ApproyeA
chiefs or .
Kr Albritton. who has lust re
turned from ft board XMettss of
thi farmer-owned and farmer-con'
trolled JCJt in Raleigh,' reported
tSvat the, eooperative has establish
ed a. cbjck and egg marketing ser
vioe as a means of helping farm
ers to better poultry profits.;, Ar
rangements have already V been
made through tne aeparwcnTt , w
supply State farmers tnis year
with mfljlftu U.-s fl. Approved
chicks, all hatched in North Caro
lina hv members, of the State
Hatohery,Wd from flocks of high
egg producing records.
- The wa is aiso estaiquuuug
State and federal licensed egg-gra-din
stations around its 23
branch warehouses and is already
marketing eggs for farmers , at
nremium prices. Jsr. Aiontton sug-
gested tnat a to oe gooa Busi
ness on the part of farmers . to
book their orders for V. S. Approv
d r.TiidVi earlv. as indications are
for a shortage of good chicks, and
the TJ. & Department of Agricul-
ture prediots that W3 ww oe a
good poultry year..- , , , .
. MRS. J. H. PARKER. V -
- . Correspondent "
SCHOOL HONOR R0I1 , k
FIFTH MONTH r . - ' " "
y Second grade: Robert Earl Out'
law, Enoch Byrd. '
Third grade: Annie Mae Sum
merlin, Louvenia Williams. ,
Fourth grade: Dean Smith, -1-rene
Lee, Oscar Howard, Margar
ita Finer. . r .
Fifith grade: Lucile Grady, Ella
Mae sTurner, Audrey Blizzard,
Maurice Hill. 1 ' t
- Sixth grade: lonwood ' Jones,
Billiei Kctchum, James Parker, Sy
lvester Tew, Louise Berwick, Nora
Jones, Mavis : Outlaw, - Blanche
v .vj:--3-nEnD " EnoinE-;' ; -
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f.j u ncv1930 Cl.ovrdzK
!. C.mJ ' K CpWfv DETROIT. MJCHIOAN 1
TO THE VOTERS OF
Th Mission Circle will i meet
I Saturday afternoon at 2 :30 with
hem are nrered to attend. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nichols of
Sims, were visitors here Sunday.
Kisses Rachel and ; Essie Mae
Outlaw visited Mr. and Mrs. Black-
ledge Harper near Woodington
riss May Belle Kornegay spent
the weekend with relatives at &e
nansville. - .-
. Mrs. Jesse Outlaw visited her
sister, Mrs. M. B. Dunn at Teach
Miss llargaret Outlaw, student
at A. C. collere spent Sunday with
her mother, J2n. A G. Outlaw. ,:
Rev. G. H. TJlrich filled his ap'
pointment at Christian Hill Sun
day morning. :'--;rH:y-'y'
Jrs. J, W. Otulaw, Sr., is seri
ously ill at this writing.
IL'ifis 1'IIe Ford, of Greensboro,
ws a vi:;itor with relatives and
f 7i s r J djys Inst week.
J si ,,el. a spent tne
' l1 f t Cven f I -s.
HISS MILMjELd SUaMERILir'
,. - - Correspondent
: Kev. Walter Williams, of Ken
ly, -filled his regular appointment
here Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ihurman Jerni
gan and baby, of Bethel, , spent
Friday night with Mr. and Mis.
Leon D. Outlaw. s
Quests of Mr. and Mrs.- McCoy
Summerlin Sunday were: Mr, and
Mrs. P. I, Grady and daughter,
and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Alphin, Jr.
ana cwiaren. r- - t
Mrs. McGiU. of. ChailatteL it vis
iting her sons, George and Jim Mc-
uuiand her daughter, Mrs. fress-
lery Rumpler here;: iS- V'
" Miss Mildred BJgrara, of .Sneed's
ferry is spending some time with
her sister Mrs. Erastus DaiL;;; s
Friends of Miss Ha Mae Outlaw
enjoyed a surprise party at her
home, honoring her house : guest
Misses Louise Nobles and Rosalie
Howell, last Thursday night. - ,i I
. Mr., and Mrs. James Southerland '
from near Pink Hill spent Satur
day night and Sunday with " the
latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Summerlin. . -; ;
Dinner guests of Mr. .and Mrs.
Clayton Summerlin Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Freddie 'Price, Mr. and
Mrs.' Webster Cherry of the home
community, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sut
ton, of Goldsboro; and Rev. Walter
WiBiams, of Henly. !
Misses Rosalie Howell and Lou
ise Nolbles returned to their
home in Dover Saturday after a
two weeks stay with relatives here.
They were accompanied home by
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Outlaw and
daughters, Ha Mae and Catherine,
who spent the weekend.
Mrs. James MoClammy and soi
Jimmie, of Mt. Olive, visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Weaver
and son, Kenneth Ray, Mrs. Annie
Rose Bell and Mrs. Charlie Out
law," -spent Sunday with Mr. am
Mrs. Leon D. Outlaw.
. Miss Mary ,Grey Summerlin
spent Monday night with her
Mr. and Mrs. George Pate and
son, of Pink Hill visited Mr .and
Mrs. Williard Pate.
It. a. 1 1'jS. Taul ta"a en-
rt-iiiied neighbors end friends
' 'i a C -.nee at their home Friday
r ' r returned to A.
s a vii-
1 1 t'.e
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The Ladies' Aid Society of Roo-j
ty Branch church met in the home
of Mrs. Lucy Garner Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Annie
Rose Bell as joint hostess. The vice
president, Mrs. . Wfflard Pate pre-1
sided in the absence of the presr.
dent Mrs. Lucy , Garner led the
program, after which. Mrs. C. C.
Ivey, of Bethel, rendered a vocal
solo. Everyone enjoyed it very!
much. Four new members were
added to the roll and several visi- j
tors were present. The hostess ser
ved sillibnb, 1 cake, s sandwiches
and coffee. The next meeting will
I be with Mrs. Charlie Outlaw Fri
C. Mav afternoon before the first Sun
day in March, Jflrs. Jsreuuie mce
m charge ox tne program. . .
Wormwood, Bitter Plant
I hereby announce' that 1 am a cadidate to succeed
myself in the office of Sheriff of Duplin" County,
'subjaect to the will of the Democratic voters in :
the June Primary.. "
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If nomiated and elected I will continue to perform
the duties of the office as I have in the past.
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Your goodwill and support will be apprecated.
D. S Williamson
CARR'S IS THE PLACE 'i:
V k FOR BETTER USED CARS
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you are in the market for a
;'gobd, guaranteed used car see usi
?We have plenty of them at your
; price. 4,:-' -t-l1 . '
Why not blossom out in the early:
spring with a new Chrysler or Ply;
mouth? We give liberal allowance
on used cars. ,
Mr. Farmer let us demonstrate
the International Truck made for
Chrysler - Plymouth - International
Clinton, N. C. '
TO THE VOTERS OF
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the of-
fice of Sheriff of Duplin County, subject to the will
of the Democratic voters in the coming primary,
Your cooperation and support will be appreciat- -
If nominated I pledge myself to the fulfilment
of the duties imposed upon me to theabest of my
knowledge and ability with partiality to none and .
fair treatment to all.
Alex D. Kornegay
a worm, it is vver plant.
Wormwood is not wood' nor Is tt