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. ' i i i I xobcL T-i. J. C. T' oic ; :n, cLairman,
. C. II. Voniack prer,:.Ld. lie secretary was in-
f.wa Tenr.ee, stmrtrd to o:Jer six copies of "Re
k has been on. on" " i .inj, America." to be
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! i : v it a be l"
a t tf -CJ.CO turcs v ; l :
i tj - ..wood. , and I .-y t
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- i are ro oouut aware a jon c0.g'
. ;, S. C, boy won the,rred j
: .A JUa ui:e 01 "U Hainan
," end is now in Holly-
t wined and dined by
: L i :i.-s. The youngster's
e in toy Harris.
I. Cooper is spending a
with his son, mx. Clay
cooler in Ealeih. 1 . -
" Ilrs. Elanche Wilson, Mrs. C. F.
Carroll and Eill Carroll spent the
weekend in Ealeigh with Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ledbetter. They weie
aci ompanied home by Mangum
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; u :aLtai;'!.ns.
! a '.r f"3t c t
3 mold cf America's
i .Ljston as the grim,
..luted circuit riJer; Jam
art as the detprir ci, bril
rran; Eeul:ih Ee v as the
r, Amon tlie notri'e rlay-
a Jfra"" '' 1 f ' "1 ct
, aa.ee i-
1 ss a dou
r in i ' -1 pio-1 day ' - ' ,
t i : ur&Jay I Attending the Westminster law
i i , catre, rus
i Conies-' here. Ilessrs. B. L. Matthis. R. .
.6 Lombard, ji,, wheless, and - Glenn Brown,
. 4 hlta Iiarry-. Rnniftra. Jones' Grimes. Fan-
mnre, r s Uue, ' ' nie Wilson: Hr. and Era. Paul
wto,;;. r i. s-rport of the three , LZ
st?rs 8 ij a lavontes una jser- ----
keL T ' ;ir Irnnv, Lynne Over- e" will ce xne regular xmra
man, 1 oiler I. all, 1 ntz i'eld, Jonn ounuay aiorug evening i mw
T. Larrfly, Eichard Carle and in the M. E. Church. Kev. C. J.
Tommv Ln?an. - Andrews, nastor. Subiect for Sun-
"True Contession" was directeu , day. Feb. , 80, To Christ -Or
ENTEETAIN AT SHOWEE
used ia ils Ei:rias mission suuuy.
llrs. Tliotrjon also read a let
ter from Rev. A. S. Barnes, upt.
of the orphanage concerning the
little boy the circle has obligated
to clothe during the next year.
i Til t ie nhftftTlftft Of mra.. iLODeri
V. . .. . i ir
west, I ra. Q. J. Button ieaa tne'B"-u, uu
j, c likrt Eiaj.
i s t' j tlie guest of
I 4 1 .Z' y X ..'.cr,
: ' y & 1 1 s-t the Baptist
f ,!i will Le "Cl.'.rch Auxiliary
I The pu.lar, Eev. . " C.
Cl.amblee, has aked the S. S. B.
7. I. U. and the five missionary
Ctieties of the churcn each to
fcave five minutes on the program.
Attend the service and . learn
what the organizations are doing.
Krs. J. H. Alpers and Miss Min
nie lee Herrings motored to Clin
ton and Warsaw Monday A. M.
host of l'-'noll rer;'.e r.iLi..
with buckets and put up a heicL
fight to save the house. The roof
was destroyed by lire and shing
les torn off to help save the in
side, and other overhead materials
were so damaged it will require
a complete roof and partial ceil
ing. The furniture was all saved,
and everything in the house. --.
The four children were all in
by Wesley Baggie;
XIOTICS OF RESALE
. .... .vhwv :r fv;, n"vw
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in f I ftii'fl
l.,ij so often there comes a
I t "re which everybody simply
1'iui.t see. Such a picture is "Wells
larro," t!;e stirring and inspiring
sory cf the building and main
t ,inirg of America's . first life
1 r8 of empire the Wells Fargo
Trail. This is a powerful and in
spiring story ofv American great
ness in the makii.f-as.tory ZSTZ-JrZrrrj7ZMtnms.
in the most thrilling and g amor- ." "nJ211Tr.-" , Mondav nicht Feb. 14.
By virtue of authority contain
ed in an order of re-sale made by
i irtimiin f!nnftr utim o rai f ' nough to be at home.
ma in - .01. rfih t.nv.l i Mr. iMiver Jones is
devotio,.J. 11x3. Kary Beaton and
Krs. Clyde Surrat gave very in
terestirj outlines of two outetnd
ins Chinese Women Educators.
,, Gold.boro, last week from They were Lass Kwe Tuin Kiang,
and Miss Grace Yang, principal 01
McEyeire School. Miss Kiang is
considered the best educated wom
an in China, , Mrs. Park Pridgen
gave a very interesting summary
of tie District Missionary meet-
in? held in Wilnuneton, eo. 9.
Mrs. E. B. Cinman closed the
meeting with prayer, 1 '
- Hot tea, sandwiches and valen
tine cookies were served, by ;v the
hostesses, ..' ' '. ,
- Mr.' and Mrs. Emmett. Pollock,
of Charlotte, were with their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion West
this weekend, . ; - ' ' '
Friends are hannv to learn that
Mrs. A. L Humphrey i veil e-
bed with measles, one was' able to
be up a little. 7 They were all car
ried to the home of Mrs. Culbreth'i
sister, Mrs. Frank Chestnutt, lat
er moved to her mother's Mrs, J. ,
S. Sutton. The family wishes ' to '
thank the neonle who foueht ..to
A shower was given Mr. , and save their home and ' furniture,
Mr. Thornton at the home of Mr. and to Prof, I. H. Fussell for
and Mrs. Ellie Pope Saturday bringing the school boys over to
Mrs, .- Thornton:' assist. town has morfc valiant
were married in December. They and wise "fire fighters" than
2 :n.'-k . M , A. WM ' ... ...V..
reside in Clinton. A host of friends
greeted them with useful gifts.
Loads of fun were enjoyed at an
old-fashioned candy pulling.
Magnolia, and they are always
loyal to every fire emergency;
Dr. H. A. Edwards
FIRE DAMAGES CULBBETH -HOME
Tuesday morning about nine o'
clock fire was discoverd on the
The alarm was given and quickly ayi BEULAvUXE, Wednesday
the fire engine was carried and a BICHLANDS. Thursday,
DENTIST , V ' '
YIHK HILL, '. Friday Saturday,
Monday j KENANSVTIXE, Ta'e
in ' . a
when the West was to be won and 1 and J. H. Colwell to J. T. Ores- "'.'
Md--a WeHs- Fargo," the J ham, Jr., Trustee and wooiwl.?!5;
mighty story of an empire Cufld- in Book 844 page 250, Kegis-4 "
try of Duplin County: I will of-i "V; w!: ."IzTJr
,n. r.ri f Amvmnn history. ! wust executed dv Juane coiweu
lUIi. - kid. - iAX'.
iub. 17 - 13 -19th
Ulie UlfaLtlest Adventure
Bomance Ever Filmed!.
With' . .
; c-hill -:
. . 1 IT AIL
ipg which opens Thursday at he
Paramount theatre Kinston for a
three-day showing. , The back
ground of the beautiful romance is
the (building and maintaining of
America's first lifeline of empire,
the Wells Fargo Trail, the path of
the pony express and the stage
coacn, of adventure and romances
which connected distant San Fran
cisco, treasure valut of America,
with St-Louis, then the furthest
American outpost. It's a big pic
ture and an important one, wit'1
Joel llcerea, Frances Dee, and Bob
Bunts at the head of a cast of
-uore tiiun a hundred, "Wells Far
go" is a picture that ; everybody
-uust sec. jant forget it will be
3iwvea aV- Kiiiston's - Paramount
uneatre Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday of this week. .- . - '
MOLEBN NIGHT LIFE
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jNisht 'iiie in Paris and
with the ditch and the line of J.
L, " Jordon 270, feet to a . stake
on College Street; thence with
the : southeastern edge of College
Street to the beginning, and lying
and being in the town of War
saw, N. "
The bidder at this sale is re-1-
quired to deposit ten per cent of
the amount bid with the trustee,
'.1 re tliat CL.Jlcr--s
f . cf "r:r.Tii cf a t
to insure good faith,
s in rami uuu . jnew 1 .. ..... 1 .. . . ... . j.vi ukcmom. ... .u.
York come in lor prominent "at-- f" 1 -000 D ' "'face. 3. Family Altar. 4. Tithing,
tention in "liittintr a New High," i? : . " J Tonio for woeram. ?'The Home
Lily Pons' latest filmusical with : l,1'.uj"jm " .1 Land." Their subject being dis
Jack Oakie co-starred. . , ;A. J. Blanton, Atty- ,
The story tells of a cabaret stag ,
er, piayed.by Miss Pons, who u
anxious to crash grand opera.
1'iiroiwh complications provided 1
main.j by Jack CuLic, sl-e never
quite realizes the ambition, anaj
much of the actkOU tL;s place in 1
nift clubs Li the two mttrcroli
i t, -i centers. 1 ' .
ric More, El yard Everett Cot
ton, Jol'u Howard and Eduardo
Clannclli head the large cast of
gcr-r-oi t players.' '
"i ...,-r a i;ew i.ign is tne
icLt"i -1 ol.s.ring at the Duplin
n. t l.Jay nij,ht. . ' . ,
. J L2J LJ I. TLLIE'S HAT
tou;e years ao Sophie Tucker
used to sin? about a bird on I-ell-1
ie's lat, b(t never thought sre d
v r one. I'.ovr, starting a new ca
re; r ii pictures after attaining in
1 m:-- nr-l fame as a "red hot
s," f Lie stTd into hTi
i T-i.'e ari ik.to a hat,
'. a 1 1 m it. i . e r .ays a race 1
1 MiM Dorice Peterson, of ' WU
niington, spent the weekend with
her sister, Mrs. Paul Bass. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Calhoun have
moved in town and are at home
in the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J, J. Howard.' '
' MesdameS Mary Haste and 7, P.
Tucker, Sr., spent Suny A after-
, tv, w. nH nf th iM. noon ,UL .1 ayettevuis x ano. x xovi
son. - i ' 1 , : (Bragg. vl ' -
Th littln Stwd bov in a Golds- ' MiM Bettv Home motored to
iboro hospital with pneumonia, ItsjGoldsbora Saturday afternoon. 1
reported improving. v r Miss Dorothy King, of winning-
Mrs. Joe Piokett, 01 near JBeuia- ton, spent a tew wyi. ;asi ween
with her parent, llbvtna jots. u.
B. Zing. . '
, Mrs. J, K Alphers, cf Bichmond
is visiting her broth r Mr. -Altun
Jaylor and her aunts. Misses Elli
and Macy Cox. She and Miss Ma-
3' motored' to Goldsboro' Sunday
tfrnogn i see Miss'. lelrbse
Gaylot, wio Is recuperating in
Whispering Cedars Best . pome.
She has been ill since flf?t
the year with flu and after. U
fects, She is improving now and
able to be up much, of the time
and to ride out. "
Weekend guests of Mrs.' ' Mary
Haste were Mr, Varlan Gavin, of
New Holland; Mrs. C. T. Meach-
fer for sale to the highest bid
der for cash at the court house
door in HenansviSle, N. C. on the
2nd day of March 1938, at twelve
o'clock noon,, the ' following des-
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nZ, 1 " , , ,1 yille, is spending the week; with
Beginning at a stake o College K?' uriVPicktt . , -
Street at the intersection of Col-1 "t-hS JJnS 7 "t iM'n.
lege and Eell Street and runs with Jff W JU?S
the eastern edge of College Street! "V.; Za Z wlZ
270 feet to JohnFate Best lot 243 SftJ? ? lltS
feet to a take on a ditch; thence, .Wth
BAPTIST W. M. S. MEETS : .
The Woman's Missionary Soci
ety of the Baptist ' Church met
Monday afternoon at thjs church;
Mrs. B, A. Cadle, the president,
presiaea. . , v
Devotion taken from Gen, 12M9,
Mrs. B. A. Cadle stressed four
things to be learned from the life
of Abraham. -1. Faith. 2. Obedi-
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Prcrm Vcc!s of February 21st-
KCSTAY, nrlABY 21st:i "' V ',
. "I A Now HfeK" :
KLli Uy TCi:3 and Jack OAKIE . '-"
TUECSAY, IZZZZIZY 22nd:: ' l-,.,
1 EAiJI riCIIT, $10 01 $30 , r , "
" Thcrcr ,I:Lrcds Don't Cry? -
' , C. Au
, T key T'iCITEY, Saphie TTJCKEB,
. J. aiil r.niali SIXCLAIB. .
. -Y S2:: EOUELE FEATUBE;:
' Ilorence LICE and John BEAL
With Tred 1. CiJon JCIii:, loroihy 1I30SE,
'Berton CI.IZZ -IX
Wil'i Carole LZ'.'T'.ID, I.rJ I
".Y R '.a John BEAL
LADIES' AND CHTXDBEN'8
. Hair Cuts 25c
8 BEGISTEBED BABBEBS
You can't lokk your best without
one of our haircuts. -
Caswell and Queen Street
Under Stroud's Krug Store
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i WALLACE, North Carolina - "
Program Week of February 21st-
MONDAY & TUESDAY, FEBB.UABY 21-22ND
v ". You're a Sweetheart "
' Starring Alice FAYE, George MURPHY, Charles WINNINGEB ;
' WED, FEB. . 23BD WISH KITE, $50 OB MOBE- ,
County Chau-mah "
v ' ;v, . Starring WILL BOGEBS
. THUBSDAY, FEBBUABY 24TH 1
"Manroo" f '
." Starring Myrna LOY, Franchot TONE, Bosalind RUSSELL a
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH
v a Starring Jane WITHERS, Stuart ERWIN, Una MERKEL
SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 28TH s" v:'
Sudden Bill Poraii"
- Starring BUCK JONES
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gATUBDAY NTfE OWL SHOW r-r ,
"Bulldog Dnimmond's Revenge"
With John BARRYMORE, John HOWARD, Louise CAMPBELL
NEXT WEEK: "Hollywood Hotel," "Scandal Street,1' "Hap.
py Landing," "Baroness and the Butler," "Blondes at Work."
BOUND TBIP FABES . ' :
Goldsboro ..... $1.35 Wilmington . $1.70
Chaileston. S. C. Richmond
, $6.85 Clarksville
South Hill $4.95 Cincinnati
New York $15.15 Tampa
DAIL BROTHERS STORE
Kenansville, N, C.
See Us For
COMPLETE LINE OF
The Sign of
Warsaw, N. C.
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FARM IMPLEMENTSg )
KLNSTOH. M. C. . ' "
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Service and Quality
J. M. Peirce Manufacturing Company
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