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, One Aive'Quota"
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: g: Co.
Tel Tr"3 move to
.. iving been establish-'
. a. -w over a year ago auJ
1 by O. tJ. Carrell ; and
( turgaw at Warsaw Hurtll
. 1 t of this yr the- TIMES
moves to the county capital
. under 1" J new ownership. . - , -r
;Mr.g'like thirty years ago
I" Hie had its first and only,
r er. The DUPLIN JOUR-
Li, which was founded at Faison,
was moved to Kenansville Where It
exii'" 1 for a short time then It was
mov i to Warsaw,
' ' ' ' O , "".c.
' Judge R, Hunt Parker will pre
side at a one week term of Crim
inal' Court which convenes here
Monday, January 28th.' ., ,
Jurors drawn for the term are
as follows: 1 ,- '
Willie Bell, ' Richard H. Black
burn, M. L. Brinson, W. I. Smith,
C. F. Moore, L. W, Kornegay, A
lonzo Jones, L. G. Teachey, L. D.
Sheffield. 'E. C. Wilson, M. lU
Heath, Walter Thompson,' Harlan
G. Carr, I T. Thompson, Wllbert
Jlnnett, J. J. Parker, a A. Herring
Charlie White, Horace Brock, W
R. Brock, O. D: Drew," J. R. King,
J. R., Brown. W. V, BosUo,1 Zeb
Brock, Andrew Hunter, ! Eldridge
Teachey, J. T. Lane, Lester Rob
inson. O. L. Smith. R.' N.' Foun
tain, J. -W. Brock, Lewis Davis, W.
B. Jones. G. H. Carlton, Ennis
-Tlier ...her of the TiMiws, in . v.--,
'deem" to move - to Kcnansvuie, crown, a. u. vu, j. u. ..
Jaw the advantage of the location S. Davis. Ormand Grlce, Needham
f t sndPolnt . of county Coley, M. F. Ntckens, 4. H. Atkln
Irom I "r,. t ronfine'son. L. H. Brinsol Cleon Smith,
news. i.a " - . r,,
lUUCUHauuiuiciituiu, tt . 4u.i-
ler, J. R. Blanton, Lon. H. 'Holmes,
R, B. Dickson, Dunn Manning, . S
H. Grady, H. J. Batts, B. F. Mur
ray, B. C. Merrltt, Wm, James, Ar
lie Goodson, W. S. Sutton, Sam
Herring, J. ' B. Roberts, D. E.
Brown, J. H. Wallace, E. C. MathU,
Herman Hollingsworth, ,r
. Bfforta to any locality. Its scope
will be county-wide, and its inter
est will Tie devoted to the county
as a whole. . " ' " " "
, Offices Will be located Ja the
vs formerly occupied by C, E.
a a i reporters will be obtaln-
. i ' r-.n every section and com-
a . .. f :
' t i .1 f-se mailing date - t .ay
vV a uhould receive yourper
Mlay. . . r ' v
'icrlption rates are J1.5ft per
- advertising rates on request
A. C. C. Sponsors High
: - Tcurnament .
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Wilson, Jan. 16. An Eastern
North Carolina High School- bas
. t..tk.n tmimnmfint wbich.wlU In-
dGbWVM , . 1
elude thirty eight Eastern counties j
will be staged by Atlantic mra
lan CoUege in Its hew gymnasium
dur"S the first of March, it has
beea announced by officials of the
Corpse. Final selection of. the
' s dependsHipon the time when
r high school and college bas-l,-lball
tourneys wlU be, held, and
wil be announced In a few days.
The tournament, the first; such
" event to be staged by the Jocal In
stitution, is made possible by the
' -new pniiRire rvmnasium which was
-.f..,.ii, aiiinAted i January , 5
when tba Bulldogs met the strong
High Point College team
New Subscribers To
. The Duplin Times
- , I. o - , j i i
The TIMES welcome the fol
lowing partial list of new sub
scribers to Its group. New ones
are coming In every day. Miss
Sarah Carr, B. F. Grady; Miss
Martha - Swtoson, Friendship,.
Warsaw; Sirs. Mamte S. Heath,
B. F, Grady; Mrs. Carl Howard,
Deep Run; Q. B. Dale, Kenans
ville J. l Miller," BeulavHle;
W. J. Grady, 'Pink Hill; A. S.
Grady, Mt. OJlveJ A. J. Blanton,.
KensjisvUle, . , j
I ; Robert O. Wells, Kenansville;
F. W. McGowan, . KenansvUle;
Garland P. King, KenansVUle;
Mrs. Harvev Boney; Rose Hill;
Mrs: D. .G. Simmons, Pink H1U
Dr. i. M. Williams, Warsaw; U
D. Kalo, Magnolia. . ." ; ,( '
P. fi4 Smith, Seven Springs; H
J. Slntmns, Mt Olive; Kodolph '
Simmons, Seven Springs ' Mrs.
Jf. V. Carroll, Magnolia; Burko 1
Barfield, Mt OUve; Dr. R. C. .
Williams, Wallace; . R. E.tXf
,Dce3, Wallace;P. H. Parker, War-r
saw; W. E. Bclanga, . Kenarm-
y vine; C. E. Qulnn, Kenansville;
and R. M. Carr, Wallace. . , '
nntiiin County sent twenty-seven
boys' to the C. C!V, camps Janu
ary 12th. Our allotment was twenty-six
but we succeeded Jn getting
one additional boy in another coun-
ttr' minrn an n altpmftte. Not One
wj " i , . - ---7 .
Of our beys was rejeoted nnff.thc
first time tohW;eperi6ncfS tfiatiXh' TiWCS AdUS
group pf boys Wat iee had pusaedJ , j:' 1 - . - ,
' ...II' '. '
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Met Here Laoi
Times Gets Results
Home Found For Girl
without!, drie rejection. Following
is the list of boys who went to, the
C. C. C.'. tv "j . ,
Ward Link RdsV Hill; ElUe De
witt Marsljbuniii Rose Hill; Huwie
Blackburn; Rose ' hhi; jaman
Starnes,": Falsoi; Lloyd uLee,
Faison f' Jriniies iy, Warsaw;' Ira
davln, Magnolla;Ned Potter, Magr
.uo- r!rmrH Mnthis. Warsaw:
uwh., , w r-r-.' T ...
Gordon Rouse, ITagnoha;., Wilbur
.. , : i, -- ,j i. ' r tjSmi
Brooks,. Rose Hi Bertlfr Powell
Magnolia; Navahliee wiggs, War
saw; Hervey Gautser, Faison; Wil
liam Chestnut, Rise Hill RFD ,8;
Chancey Groves, Magnolia; Ivey
Robt Eason. Warsaw; James Dew
l Wall ana! PTTTI-1 Wmrtv
I, cy jixuvskti Mwim t
iee nauiMey, r wow, nui ..vi.
er, MagnoUa;' Isaiah Savage,' Wal-
laciB,, RFD-2r Robert Morris King,
Faison; Perry wavia uixon, ..wai
laoe RH"p-li. Thomas XJurganous,
Warsaw; Dewey Carter; Wallace;
Leslie Sullivan, Mt once, ttr w-a.
s i ' ' Mrs; J."s. Westbrook.
Germany wanU peacfe. Hitler
tells' envoys' att reception. ' ,
I Blump in shipbuilding continued
through last year, ' j
' features This Week
WJ.:.v' : -o
i ' In the effort to give our sub
scribers . a T better paper the
TIMES this week launches a
heW"'four page feature section.
You will be Interested in these
four pages for It is good read
ing for everyone.
hew serial story which begins
this weeks "After Worlds Col
ilde" by Edwin Balmer and
A very Interesting feature Is
"Dime Novel Heroes" and the
.men who made them. A short
true detective story will catch
your eye also.
A page Is devoted to the fam
ily Including & bedtime story for
the youngsters; "Through a Wo-,
man's Byes" by Jane Newton,!
question box by Ed Wynn, the
perfect fool, and many others.
Jf ' l .V '
Lights of New York by L. L.
Stevenson will be very Interest
ing, don't miss It.
Congress faces a heavy program
of NeW Deal legislation
Rotary Club Holds
Meeting Tues. Night
The Kenansville-Warsaw Rotary
Club hold its regular meeting Wed
n esday night in the cafeteria of
the local high school. The occasion
was annual ladies night at which
the Rotarians entertained "their
wives end lady friends. I
Rotarlan J. K. Long presided
over the meeting In a very graci
ous manner. Tba program consist
ed of Rotary songs, stunts and a
few short talks.
Rotarian Bob Wells welcomed
the ladies. Jimmy Jerrett, the
"Will Rogers" of the club, gave a
three minute Joke cracking exhib
ition. Rotarian Joe Bowman gave
the more serious talk of the even
ing, discussing the subject of "Fel
lowship, the Heart of Rotary."
A very enjoyable repast, table
loaded with chicken, rice, gravy
and everything that goes with it,
I was served by Mesdames Ingram
and Newton, managers of the cafe
teria. Mrs. F. M. Goodman was award
ed a box of candv in the
Mann of Columbia ;"
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STOCK VALUE UP
Expect Volume To
Increase This Year
Members of the' Kenansville Pro- ,
ductlon Credit Association whjch : ;
serves the county of Duplin held r.
their first annual stockholders
meeting in Kenansville on Saturday f
January 12, heard complete reports
on the first year's operations of the
association and elected directors
for the coming year.
Tba mcetine was very largely
attended, not only by the members
but also by a great many farmers
who are not members but who de
sire to acquaint themselves with
the credit facilities which the asso
ciation Is offering. An Invitation
had been extended by the associa
tion to all farmers to attend.
Attack Wriil Dancing At -Seyien Springs
iat. iAir the TIMES carried a
notice that the Welfare Depart
' mrmt wna ' desirous of finding a
home for two young girls, . one
seven and the other five years old.
The department reported fa us
this week that our paper1 had suc
ceeded in placing the seven year
old girl In the home of Mr., and
Mrs. U C. Howard in Pink Hill
and applications for the five year
old girl had been received.
The reaction to our editorial
last week on Caswell Training
School was very gratifying to the
publishers. Evidence over the coun
ty is proving that the TIMES is
receiving 'recognition.'; Merchants
and fertilizer dealers might do
well to consider this. "A
Oratorical Contest at
s; Kenansville 18th
A C6untv-wlde oratorical ton-
test on "The 111 Effect of Alcohol"
Ugh Point college eam . , , Auditorium at
Invitations will oe maae a KenaMvlile School January 18th
K morning of February rlSKwB J. M.. A retentive
I Sss Blectld '&Z - in PupUn County
.; . . '' Tr ' 4- ! '.-J- - .I' ,',''1 'ii 1
wUl make a talk. V ; ' ' '? t
.Three prizes will, be offered. The
first prize is a gold medal, donated
v. Mr. C. E. Qulnn of Kenansville.
The second prize is a silver medal
donated by Rev. F. U Goodman of
WoTmrmviiie. The third award is, a
fironze medal, donated by Kenans-
vllle High SchooL .
In the preliminary ; contest - at
Kenansville, Leona - Jackson won,
thArefore she Will represent Ken-
ans-ville m the county-wiae contest-
What's Going Oh In
. Raleigh These Days
. Tba TIMES adds another feature
this week. In addition to "Thru
Capitol Keyholes"( by Bess Hinto
Rtivnr. we have secured the ser
vices of M.- L. Shlpman of Raleigh
to report to the TIMES; exclusive-;
ly in Duplin County, eadvweek the
doings in the legislature.
u Rhinmnn in a reoorter of
rrmnv , veara experience ana w
equipped to write. a review of the
bapplnings in the legislature espeo
laily for weekly publications. ; i'
M(ss,Inez Grant, vAge . 18, Or
Marshmallow Roast With Host
of Friends Succombs Before
Reaching Doctor's Office; Fun
era! From Home Near Golds-boro-
1' H i .la1 In the counties from
va.LU ! a teams will be chosen.
T' t invitations will be extended
on t a 1 i of the records of the
t nu.ua up to and including
February 18 and which are sub
niittsid to the tournament commit
tee before midnight February 18.
; records of each, team Include
j ami s rV-yed up to and Including
EatwC-y, February 18. - .:'
T; o tr: slcs will be awarded, the
first to t::e winner In the Class A
field o 1 t'-e second to ttie winner
in v 9 B competition. In ad-
: :' , tvo consolation awards or
tr.-. " !p will be presented to . the
i r-rn in each clans
t v l,e provided by the
, - : the teams w ill
I t i t- i of transportation
s !i " i, a i .JniU c. ' - oemg
I f r V ' 1. .".'..-r.
, , 3 included In the
t i I f -'-ni wW''h the
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Suoerior Court Concludes
Two Week Term 1 uesday
uiaa Tnan riroriti 1 8 vear old hieh
school glrV died A suddenly": while
dancing in 'the pavilion, at Seven
Springs Tuesday evening. She was
dancing with her partner when
she crumpled in his arms. It was
thought she fainted and was rush
ed to the doctor's office. She was
dead when carried into the
office. She died of heart failure. ,
mineral services were held at
a place for holding the Rotary
iter, roast, near Jacksonville to
be held Tuesday, January 29th.
Jimmy Jerrett gave a report on
the outlook of continuation of the
Boy Scout work in Kenansville.
Prospects are very good, he said
While Rotarian Potter reported
that two or three factors would
have to he cleared up before tr.3
Warsaw troop could get moving
On Friday night December 14 scoutmaster Goodman.
1934, the Kenansville Hign bcnoo. Rot contempIating spon.
Athletic Association, gave a box J
After the annual report of the
; year's operations had been made
by Garland P. King, Secretary-
stunt Treasurer of the association, the
'meeting was addressed by J. B.
Rntfirinn Rd Strickland reDorted Mann, of the Production Credit
Kenansville H. S.
Dartv. Also a Male Beauty and Fe
male Handsome contest.
There were fifteen pretty boxes.
Misses Hazel and Lois Williamson's
box brought the highest. The male
beauty contestants were, Albert
James Stroud, J. B. Stroud, Mr. W.
t, t, -Mr .t T.. Williams. Mr,
V. AllA OUU "
Williams, the winner of this con- January I5tn, at tne wign ocnooi
test, received a box of candy. The j auditorium, Kenansville, N. C. The
i, unerui servicca Female. .Handsome- contestants teachers of the Primary aepart-
.8 o'clock Wednesday af ternoon and w McGowarli RUby ment of the Beulaville School had
burial made in tne.jamuy.ourymB Pickett, Evelyn Far-lchare of the Dreiiminary Enter
County Wide Professional Study
Conference met Tuesday afternoon
Corporation-of Columbia. In his
address Mr. -Mann explained the
corporate set-up of the Farm Cred
it Administration of Columbia,
which serves the states of North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
and Florida, and made a thorough
explanation of the local associa
tion's financial statement.
Mr. Mann pointed out that the
cooperation of farmers In the field
of credit through the production
credit associations has enabled
them to go collectively Into cen
tral investment markets to obtain
money at low rates of interest. The
low cost of credit resources of
financial centers of the nation long
available to other industries, have
through these associations been
made available to agriculture, he
Mr. Mann said that the pro
cedure for obtaining loans for the
coming year had been greatly sim-
plif led and that the loans could be
handled a great deal more quickly
Jude-e R. Hunt Parker continu
ed his swift work In Superior Court
thin week by closing all business
Tuesday afternoon and adjourning.
court. Cases disposed oi aaonany
and Tuesday were as follows! ; ;
Louise Swain-vs. J. E. Williams.
Ordered that proceedings be re
manded to Clerk of Superior Court
to proceed with according to law.
A. S. Grady, Receiver Farmers
and Merchants Bank of Mt Olive
vs." H. E, Kennedy, executor of W.
B. Kennedy. Plaintiff ana aerena
nt agreed to submit a case agreed
to the Court. Therefore the Court
ordered that same be considered
and determined at any time In or
out of term, in or out of the dia-
t Het and Judgment may be signea
i t any time in or out of the dis
A. r. I ;:i'ird, Guardian for J.,
1. p 1 Alice E::- 'rd vs
.: . i 1 r. J
ground at Ctlsey's ebapel.
f Mlsa Grant, a member of the
ninth srrade at the Seven Springs
high school, had gone with a num
ber of friends on the marsnmauow
roast when she was suddenly
stricken with a heart attack and
died within a few minutes. She had
not been known to have a heart
affection and her death came as a
great shock. , ;
Surviving are the parents, Mr. &
Mrs. B. F- Grant of the Casey's
Chanel section and . -two brothers,
I Gerald and Thurston Grant.
Miss Orant was - a vivacious
young woman who made -friends
quickly..'::..; -? V ,; '
AttV Gcn'l Brummitt
Buried Monday: A, A.
Pt Sj?awell Appointed
Dennla 3: Bruffimitt,'. 63, attor-
u- .oiri Tim w.WatflM file witb. ev Aneral of North 'Carolina,
(UflbW OaV MWW " . . I
authorized and empowered to rent
said lands for the year 1936 and
collect the said rents and to do
any and, all acta necessary for toe
nerf ormance of the Trust -f herein
oreatea. 11 was; jurmw
mil. Lila Jones,
Sue Neil Kennedy, Catherine Sykes
Alma Whaley and Dorothy Ken
nedy. Mrs. McGowan, the winner
of this contest, also won a box of
t:A soner was sung by Sue Neil
Kennedy. A Poem was recited by
Tinrothv Kennedy. The proceeds
were 20,00 which was divided a-
mone the two teams. The money
was to help to buy their suits.
Everyone enjoyed the fun and a
stomach full of something good to
of a toy band by the primary child
ren of the Beulaville school.
After announcements- by the
County Supt. Bowman and Chair
man D. C. E. W., Mr. J. K. Long,
the teachers assembled to the dif
ferent departments for discussions
on "Character Education" which is
the topic for the year.
Census of 6,000,000 farms has
! than in the past. He ureed farmers
tainment program, which was very ' however, to make their applica
interesting. The program consisted ! tions early and get their commit
ments approved as they ao not De
gin paying interest until they get
Other speakers at the meeting
Included S. V. Wilklns, President of
the Association, and L. L. McLen
don, County agent.
The meeting was presided over
by Mr. Wilkins, president of the
The directors elected for the
coming year are: S. V. Wilkins,
Rose Hill, M. W. Sutton, Seven
Springs; Eugene Carlton, Warsaw;
M. R. Bennett Mt. Olive; L. P.
Wells, Mt Olive.
The membership of the associa
tion consists of farmers who bor
rowed from the association last
vwii fnr nrndnntlnn fmrnnsea. each
Consolidation of the Duplin and farmer, graduate of Duke. Univer-j borrower having been required to
" . .... .. f.4n,oi .1.1. 1 , ,nii ainn.take out Class B stock In the a-
Transfer Of Relief Offices
Completed; Byrd Retained
the Clerk of Superior Court . a
Jiohd for faithful performances of!
nls ouues in tne sum ui uw.w.v
J F. WllUama Vs Life Insurance
Company, Continued. ' '
Robbie Zebelitt Vs.' J. K. carter.
J. L. Bradshaw Vs. Reserve loan
Insurance Company, continued. ;,;
E. L. Herring Vs.-Howard war
ren, continued .';'; Va;r.:
Chaa H. Smith Vs Fred Eason.
AU matters In controversy were
settled and compromised by the de
fendant paying to' the plaintiff
$15.00 and the defendant, Fred
Eason retaining permission of the
.r-1 personal property In dhipute.
.o! p..' p. I ' ' , Trustor, Mary
. ' I., r. ' 1. d-
dled Saturday afternoon at ,12:10
after a critical Illness - of several
days with pnuemonia. . . ,
He suffered an attacK 01 tniiu;
enza a week ago. r Complications
dnvfiioned due to ;a chronic bron
chial condition and pneumonia set
In. From the outset his condition
was considered serious. '.-1 4
Mr. Brummitt was b'ujrted Mon
Jkv at Oxford. Service were held
from the VFirst Baptist v Church
there at 8 o'clock that afternoon.
' Mr. Brunteiitt 18 survived by his
wife, who orior to . her marriage
was Mis Kate Hays Fleming, of
Oxford,'-,5 !.v ir:y'i
! ' Brummitt was a native 9f Gran-
ViH"' Oi--!y tnd wa known from
I ere r left sir.r to the other
f..r 1 i ' 'mocratic
, 1. -)
Wayne County units of the federal
relief work was completed iuesuuji
.n.4 riaadnnarters for this district
was' moved to Goldsboro with Mrs.
John Splcer director.
; A. D. Byrd who . has been dls
bursmg agent for the Duplin Coun
ty unit has been designated mis
burslng agent for .the new district
Offices ' will be maintained in
Kenansville with - Mrs, Westbrook
temporary chairman. The nine case
workers in Duplin ' will ; continue
and will make their reports to
Mrs. Westbrook here. ' 1
Mrs. Snlcer states that ( she ex-
iui.t in ha In Kenansville each
1 Wednesday. ,
Duplin County Is glad to. iearn
that Mr. Byrd has been retained' by
H department as" disbursing a-
gent. His home is in Calypso and he
is'a' very prominent citizen or tnai
SPCtion. He has handled the worh
v'l p'!ice betprf appoii'ted disburs-
' -'( ...- '. I' l i ft
,. a low wtm and also , take out Class B stock In the
has had work in a business school, mount or o lor eacn iuu or irac-
Mr. Byrd was made disbursing- tion tnereoi. me uaass o bui.
agent for the CWA- In Duplin , tuts associauon as 01 uec. ox wa
county and when that work ceased; valued at o.6T, an increase 01 di
be was apolnted agent for the re- cents per snare me iimi jre.
lief detiartment and has been work-.
ntr In that . canacltV With Mrs.'
- a . .!
Boney since November 3.033.
Jr. Woman's Club To
, January 25th
, Th Junior Woman's Club . of
Kenansville will sponsor a," Bridge,
Rook, Hearts. nd Dice tourna
ment to be held In the club rooms
liMrinv nicht. Januarv 25th at B
o'clock. - ' i , " '
Admission charges will be 25
cents and ror ;! i will be used i -
The Kenansville Production
Credit Association makes loans for
agricultural purposes. The Interest
is S percent per year at present, .
payable when the loan matures and
interest is charged only for the
time the money is used.
Members of toe association ex
pect Its volume of business to b
ereatlv increased this, year as the
farmers become better acquainted .
with the service It offers, i, i
-0' 'i ' ; "i.'!
ihe club's project of beautifyinsf ,:
the Court House square. Everyone
is urged to attend. A general good
time is guaranteed all.
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