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trust2i ,1 k"y
"-.er purpose u 'liut
7, it u not ' good f in-
not good government.
"rous. To forever
unsound, ad above
.ce. in Korth ; Cata-f
;n of our state have
- Ives.-We iavite
' ve participation
Ated citizens. ta'
.n Pbs One)1.
( t of the j
- to vote.
I - Yper cotton
, i . ' teoretary
; rzctM will be
As; in the
T. cri will be
i c xest their
atas will not
. :T.inf of the
, quotas will be
tlr-t acreage al
' ? from mar-
r t s sew act
1 k t under
"led after a
1 rade of
1 t e am-
j t Irirj
I noJ I oct in a - caesura
r t e r.'3 cf t.s court. Both III C tV-.- ..-
5 ' J to La t. Lea from the' V?. -C--
, : wO r--r-i:e hand-. ' ' r? .
ura went ahead
7 t j to 13. - ;
1 1 .on t.t Eefinsville
--"lent was "Cle IIoss"
j .'.t at L-st 7 points
j. A3 the - boys play
t L" U ani no outstanding
coull be fHtted. J. !W.
' " 'son and EJ Crady were
.. t -;iBji while ' Lester, Brin
ssn, l James Leary were
k" t at f.iward. Larry1- Bostic and
1 i F out'" 1 " - i also played very
wul. l1 i i . 7 in the tourna
vrt . I is t,a one ; already
i ji'M were Arnold ' Bub son,
Lie- i Li ',-ci3, Permit Brinson
and 1 -Lert Jancst - t .--
EansrlL'e also defeated , four
t." ad'.s r zt," ii tournament ' 1 play.
1 ' -y v s n Lasehin by 18 to 14,
I. a. aaw J to 11, BF. Grady, 23
' -, i f piays a team nere mat nas given - constitution.
,-ftcr 3 rf her 9 defeats. This team l.aniered hi
t , . ' is r JUiiVilie. In the last meeting iciation. In this.
(.IvZl they won 9 -to 5., Beulaville
w has one of the strongest teams ia
rt .iaBMirtt xnorui uuvtuw iuiu '
. . , ill . J.J VI
B1 ')att:le anticipated. .Games' program rendered. T
start at 7:30. . ;, , " .i T, much fun and at the t
1 v " - ' . I was great review of
J ' m i ' 11 ' If acts, - '.J.-' -
i,";. her, vsvaa u..jAflus3
"l from r'Oscai H.Tauej, tormirly'a "xesi
I dent of Wall; died pn Satmdy
VI v l . L, '.-k :
Mr." 7"nes served aS-",a nrallviio i-H Macv Cox in Maimolia
mail- canier, f o; ,'J3 rs He A
prominiittly 'identified yith all
the iv' and social m 1 m of hit
eommuBity. He uss the son of the
late 7obnt I- and Mary C ' Janes,
of Ouplia. famii) .that was iden
tified w.-h, the liiiiiory and- tlie up-
Mr. .Jaims mamed Itliss Aunic
Ha-arestiie1 daughter "St Wr. und
Mrs."Bffly Hav e of ftoVh:il. : .
; He is su uved by.his wife, Mrs-.
Annie S,-Jamt hi J?vc children!
Lionel anl Hornet James, of Wal
lace; Edna Anni, EliiabetK and
Fanester James, at' Burgnwr. 3
Sister,1!!., 0 -IT Horn, of Pen
dleton; Mis. P. L. Page,bf ,Wai
srw; aid Mrt. T, C' Hawes,ii ii-
smUra A. SMTTB pies r
v T; e announcement by telephone
al. casta gloom over Pink Hill
and surrounding community, . '
' Alth -fh he had been seriously
ill for i e. past three weeks, re
ceiving .wo 'OHUH-Bn
w m " WM Y1??111
he was i
A son (
ovmg nis untun-
Te-as SChOCk to his
" e late-' Leslie Smith
Xnn u.nn Tn n in
. oeen employed oy
w. n. rfox.
1 vo- since the
business tei 1 ened here, several
years, ajo, e . Jarje crowd
attending 'rKi " JieraL.and : the
wh'V j err refreshments -when it is such an easy
lcv&; l-t ': x i cer or druggist settle it for. yon in a
minute. Yc . ' Ve s Tiised
dcsLasinLc it - i serve. ' ,c '
: pee your r, t i :or confectioner. r He will take
yourWder a: it tvered just when you want it. .
;'!' 1- : 1 ai ICE CREAM fv "
E id S'OLIA. Feb. 21.
I'pnolia Parent Teachers i.r: i
ation teld its regular r'Wj
meetinz Konday mb.t, Iv-iary.
7. The attendance was simfcht
below normal. This was due rrob
ably' to the fact that so many of
tjie memoers nave sicjutess in
their homes. -
The" meetii' was presided over
by the president, lss. a. T. trick-
ett. A -short bnness session, was
conducted; at which time a com
mittee was arpcinted to nomLiKte
officers for the association for the
school year 1933-39.
The program, centering- around
the Constitution of the l 8., was
conducted in a very .unique and
interesting manner by Mrs; I. H.
FusselL As an introduction, Mr.
Fussell related the historical back
ground for : the writing of the
constitution, after which Mrs. Fus-
sell led a questionnaire about the
These questions were
members oi the asso-
, stitutional laws were given.' The
(concluding feature of the program
i was snort contest sasea on tne
.1 . .. . m.. . j .
same time, it
Hiss Gurley's room took first
place for attendance of parents.
Eef reshments were served Jbe;
f ore the .close of the 'meeting.
Tuesday morning, Feb. 8th after
three days illness. ; . '; ,
J She married-John S.' Berrin of
Eenansville Oct. 8th. 1838. Hiss
Minnie Lee Herring was the only
child. Mr. Herring died Feb. 16th.
1919.Besides her daughter and
twos sisters she leaves .several
neicts and :nephews. She was a
member ni the First Presbyterian
Church in Durham where she made
her homff several years after
leaving KenansviQe in 1919. Bev.
P. Ic Goodman, : pastor of- the
Presbyterian Church of Eenans
ville conducted the funeral serrio
es in the family, plot at the Rut
ledge Cemetery in Kenansviile at
3 :00 Wednesday Peb. 0th. He was
assisted by Bev. E. -C. Chamblee
of the Baptist Chursh of Magnol
ia and the Kenansviile Choir sang
"Abide With Me," and "Saved By
.Grace.".. r ,..,,,.
m j 1 i T . .m-i.' v mi. . j
wuw nH mwwww Ml y
Honoray pallbearers, Dr. B. F.
ttoamt a B. Hunter, 0. G: Brad-
sfaaW, Paul Bass, J. P. Tuoker, Sr.
lT , w noem, 0. J. JEzzelL L. M.
Sanderson, J.. J. Howard, P. A.
Smith and M. T. Tucker of Mag-'
nftl,. Th flnww Hrl mm, yKfZL t
; es Aline Wilson, Elizabeth Tucker,
Aima xucKer and Jwrotny regis
ter. 'I-,'-,.;', ' h ,
- Out of town relatives attending
Xee Herring of Richmond. Va..
,her -eices. Mrs.vJ. 0. Andrews.
were ner aaugnter, juss xunnie
Mr. Andrews and children, Patsy
; the Party Favorite .
at the many special flavors and
, t ? Jif
. r:' l r 'i c; -s
t ;lUt 1 1 " 7 ft -s'
r v' ' 1 vi .-: J, E-1
9. E. U K. . i.
ls I - t r;Iir. of r .1-
e'-li vL.-i h:r toie here L-t
' erJ. ' -
L-i. njroi ' Caterer " tr
It L. " L here pn a a;,',
y: . ' 3 I d f-i'eats, 1j. , as! 1-3.
T "7"l.et aa4 Kvi. i-;nry
Irf i-'a for fee new rr" '"J-
ium ts rca s
Oak tree i ' t:.
';ctcl arrJ a ?
a r ovcl.
I on tle b .llr wlJ le w6.
wili mnch i -.it-t ly Ce e." re
' community. e . J've felt tie
need of such a bol: as this
for a lor? time asl we feel very
grateful t j have it irs.t.riaLc.l.
Uss Vimnia Led went to
Angier on I'co&Jay ta Kke ar
rangements to move her bsauty
shoppe fixtures from tiere to
Carolina Eefh for the summer.
Boroliy 1 jorto'v I'-iifa Lat
ham, Alice C&scy, U. C. An ar. f
William Lewis aiteaied a c- " "
meetin? - and -uarv of tl 4
Clubs in Eenansviiie on tor..;?!
night. : ',
i&Iiss Rebecca Eicerton of Coll-
Bboro spent the past week em
here with, hex mother, Mn. La
Edertoa. ' " . .
" Mr., and Mrs. Maury LeSever cf
Aroma, Va., have returned hoe
after spending few days , wi Ji
Jut. and Xlrs. jsoy vates. -Mr.'and
Mrs. Cromartie of Eli-
cabethtown spent the week eni
in -tlie home of Mr. and . Mrs. Boy
Cates. ' ' '. k
Mrs. Lee Herrte-r and -. I -
Mary Etta Srri cf Eaow - L.
spent xnurs"-y here wiai- taeu
sister, Mrs. D. E. Euffaloe. '- -
Ai P. T A. MESXS - - '
The P. T. A. celebrated Found
ers Day on the eveuirf of Pt-b.
17. A short history of ue c-au-
sation was given ty tae 1'rci. nt,
Mrs. A. H. Withukston, ca!Jr
names, of State presidents ana
Buth and Frances of Eal' '-h, Ers.
J. H. Alphers and llr. Aii-aei of
Richmond, Va., her nephew, Lhas.
D. Gaylor of Golliboro. ClLer re
latives, Mrs. Alice Smith and Mrs.
Florence Brogien of Ool:boro. :
The deceased was a noble chris
tian woman, stedfast in faith, un
wavering in perseverance in life
and cheerfulness, always seeinz
sunshine through the clouds ana
brightening the way for others.
Her loved ones and friends will
sadly miss her, but she has Just
fallen asleep in Jeros, :pcd
through the Golden Gate and juri
ed her husband adn other loved
ones waiting for her.
, "We shall sleen bnt not forever
Then will be glorious dawn,
- -: v- We have a
Strinjlcc3 : : : AS G R O SlrbIe:3
Green Bean . SEED . V1' ,
SURE CR8P VA1I 7TJJZ::5
FAVORITE and t: -zvzl'i: I 0.
ADAT.S SEED CClu ! c ? ; w ;
quality -direct freni ?, c. :
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l-jt,' ! Jr lesui if . r ?-
tle du.Ii. L e . 3 t- j i t f
second t't a scwe cl i. It
bottle of pime. i.e f j -
iis.LF. V.J-.erL" ", . i.
T' Ie Of I t. C--i, ' i. J i
Lal., C, '.Lorn, s. F.. ... ' a
land, Hit. l -y C 2 1 . r-f-a
raison, Lu. D. ii. "
1st. J. -E. Fa-n, 1". L Lii
es, Mrs. IX C. Loien. .
l!rs. Cbi ei Pecker en
,at ti-9 t 's of bric
i i n' t and e ia t.i
i r r -t at tve Lome of 1-r r r-
ei L r. and 1..-J. J. 0. EJl Ji
vU i sle is ending the , winter
Ca Tuesday night, Mrs, M.. C.
rwIn received high score, a
beautiful ash - irav iLsined in
factory,- iSrs. A. F. Lector second
' a score, a' plant with beauti
ful pottery container. '
On Vednesday night the rns
were identical, Ilrs. A. . 1 ' s,
Jr., ws wirner of - h'i svure
-i I J. B. Etroud-rect;ivirg se
oo? i 1 t.iicious -salad, ' tea, nuts
aul caadyv were served at bo'h
AJTSIVEILSARY SSSTSTEH PARTY
. : Mrs. Eva ' EJerton And her
dauter, Mrs Cenda Roberts en
teertained jointlv for Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Croom on their seventh.
wedding anniversary on February i
'iae valentine season was em
T3:ei in many interesting ways
throvhout the dinner. Mif Eeb
eoca i.Irrton and Miss Claudia
Xany of Coldbboro were " guests
for L occasion. , - . - .
ELRTHBAY SUPPER . "
" Miss Kartha Faisan entertain
ed at a bujrjt supper in honor
( her friend and neifbor, lirs.
W. L. irieks on her 71th. birth
day.. After srpper it . guels
were invited into tLe Lvii't room
ar jj each, was as!;.ed to f,-.ve ea
oriaal poem or to' t to uetva-
Era. Archer Williams pave
I-3CJ! ' t . it.
Lizt $ ; . i t j
f.r i" i i .
" "" x 1. i t ' .
i t) L
eid tLs s '.
tie past, - a t
swear to tb.3 i ,
because tiey . i , :
lar..r's to sce c t
der U.t tattoo t ,
a symbol or letter '
ed to a gru c
fanrer ta t t r j
a nuaiber: I x V i v y t 3 '
ity of the c 4 . -vi j 7 I ?
atc'y estalL. UJ."- - ,
' Ij. rarrL"i said t" "e t..
, We say tl!s because our
ami has tier a a Godsend ,to
, Cnr errnence and stz'y
ai!i cLIircn has given us a I
fat!.r ioet not in "jrstii i, 'l
pa - Vy a few exc.rt;;) tl s t
I cLillrea Cicir f"
, ." ' Come in axi let t
One never IrcTs x.1... 1 tle'i
I.anitlcn it is t a I '3. r
plan youi.trrt f.- '
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