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x ACOUNTBTJC 'I.
DEVOTED TO THE I.". . t
ESTS OF THE COUNTRY
JPLIN LIKE 1 ROOF
AT'3YTLLE, N. C.
HUSHED EVERY THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 14, 19S5
i, well-known resl-
;. ; vt i ; rlnfjs, died sud
' 'I "'e Saturday night
! ck. , V.. i
. . had been . ill , with
, I t was thought to be
:. i i fact, he was able to
. j Goldsboro on , business
.;y of last week, but was
i i bed later in the week.
. in day
..3 i 70
evening he arose from'Qttinn S htore Entered
1 J bed and partook of the cvenr ,Late SaturdaV NWht
1 ; meal with, the family. Return- -"' .aa May 111SIII,.
j to bed he suffered a sinking
; ij it, -from which he never rallied;
The deceased was .70 years of
i ge, bad been one of the leading
citizens of his community for many
years as a merchant and .farnl
owner 'and operator. I
He was secretary, treasurer anq
iMrs. r.Iariana Miller
Celebrates C2nd. :
:. . Birthday
Magnolia' Drug Store
Broken Into Mon. Nijte
er of t.. ' i
convicted ( i
degree iei u
gen toner J 1
cbair Jii i
The J'iry ,
ays WUl t
reme Court of t
' And murder-i
,h baby,, was
r.ln the first
Ington, . New j
dnesday . and
n the eiectrio
re Next Monday
ited nearly 12
! Mrs. Marglana Miller of near j
birthday on Tuesday of last week! McLeHl
at the home of her daughter. Mrs,
B. F. Williams. .
' The occasion was marked by the
gathering of her other daughters
higher i court,
United States j -
Tt la Kallntnul tViot li cnniT Of
vU. --v,. "r.."ttnleve3 aremakmgUielr rounos in:Mrg, John R. MlUer, Mrs.. J. U Mil-
"i' .rjr . y -mipiin. ijisi, uaiuroay wkiu ""V"' ter; witb whom she lives, and a
L-Gharlio Green AervinK a 15' to
vi 20 year term in the State Prison
gang ror murder in Piedmont
DCBHC Gets Formal-
ly Underway then
Spring and Summer
1 By L. MeLendon ' 'l
County Farm Agent .
muiuer in rieamoni T . . t'j. '1
Carolina, almost made his second' TO . -LXplaUl JJetailS 01
get-away Monday evening when he V. A nA tf a PlirhnaM
broke and ran from the local State Vrg.'Antt llS rUrpOSeS
chain gang. The convicts were at
work Just north of Bowden when t
A -trnnnrnl masa meetinff Of all
XAndon began Green made a dash for the wopds..1 persons to Duplin County Is being
It is now time ! to begin Vthe
Spring and Summer garden in ot-
der to have fresh vegetables dur- - v
ing the Spring and Summer.' t
The first thing to 'do to the gar
den is tp give it a thorough clean- x
tog of all trash and dead plants
on the garden lot and around the '
tenses; This should be burned, and ;
this cleaning up should be done in
order to destroy insects and di- ..
leases that may have harbored in ,
this material over the winter. Hu--
mus can- be added to the garden "
soil in the form of barnyard man-'
ure when all refuse has been re-
moved in this way. The soil should -
be ploughed in order to destroy
many insects that live in the soil
during winter months.
It is now time to sow seeds that
will grow in the open, such as
mustard, turnips, beets, that will
.. County Agent I
he had managed With marked -sum ' m-h, h n r.TE. Oulnn T ,X.Z k .T..JZ . . ' . r T " mm " luu .cauw ,W uonrmm jenw i, u
.r. 'h. .ntw', T, m ' a urouK. riwin. nuujf . iBj co meetings in mi i various, com-; "es wiui a snot gun but missed Dupluv: County Better Housing
ceor any years He entere4 m over the' county this each time. E. p. Uttletori, then Campaign to be held in the court
the business with the late FeU ( safe blowm Robbers , . mtered' grandchildren- and one great-great- week.. ... . S took charge of the prison gang-and oZ tore at one o'clock on Mon-
ITarvey, of Kinston, and upon .the througli the. front diJor driUtogn- gntMhafSV.M.l V Meetings have Veen held at Wood took Littleton's pistol;, and daylFebruary 18th. Mr. Jerritt an
death of the latter, Leo Harvey, of to the door and then prymg , r.:1atofc,;Miller Ic'yaryraoQra -ftr. a; Beulavllle. . 'Rose DfUl. Warsaw: ran after Green. After chasing him W.mnj! todav that information
Kinston, became his associate, .i j (open.50ne safe, was openeo uy use. lady be( ag,e enj6y good' Magnolia and Chliujuapin.. Large Jess than ten minutes and shooting hM been received from the Ashe- be used during the early Spring. It
toese meetings Bt nlm Wtn tne pistol, Wood final- i yllle cffj.ee of the Federal Housing ; is also time to plant seeds in
eemen that lv caugnt mm and brought him' ACt that Ralph E. Hallock, field boxes or hot beds of plants that
the. thieves got less than 20out; , ; , ,1 ' ve 7a Tt Tr
Limeston and Cyprus creek, W. ,G.
Fussell, Rose Hill and B. V. Byrd,
Mr. Murvin was serving nis ra , meaim. ner many inenos m-iTup-, attendances at all
term a9 a member of the Wayne ; rumw.. - - , nn wisn xor ner many, many more-: are reported. Comrtitt
. ,-i- aged considerably but not opened. h.nnv vlrthdftv(, .. . . . . ,,. .ji
surviving are ura wiuuw, . uu ft t , , , , , -s
Ua Dale, sister of Dr. G. a Daiej cttes-v hatt,J M '
or cioidsDoro, ana one . aaugaw, i handkerchiefs, hosieryand undefrl .f
Mrs. Harold,: Maxwell, of New wear- jjts totaj loss was estimator '
Bern. ?- y-y; m j,.
Here Last Week
mysterious' wreck occurred
;s ..-V v !!ufader'S250. Th cash register was hM ,.tB iMf -lo-hf I
TTiinnpnV nervicea were held from nnonml hut not damaeed. H 3, t
the residence lata Sunday after-! This is the third time Mr. Quinn'
back safely to the fold. It ail hap'
pened in about ten minutes.
This is th.3 second attempt to get tion to detail.
way uy ,reen. in i3z ne escap- meeting
cu ouuii mier ne was sent xo .uup- .hr
lin. That time he was away about
three months before being caught.
representative, will attend the are to be transferred to the soil
1 meeting anu explain tne piupuoi- ioti-i m., ou,
pers, egg plants, etc. These can be
held ralsfed in boxe3 in the house by ex-
Mr. MeLendon is explaining the
cotton and, tobacco acreage - and
the intersection of highways Wiiwundage allotmentajto be planted'
-r ., - - - : cuiu . a ww utu vvhuucb viua' ttua Buia la JlvdO. : 5
tinnn: Rav. Peter Mclntyre, 1 of Atnw hM-bfleri Mbbed tol recent .. ' I, - v . A . .
'-. t, 4 ' j , u, Hifparwuy..iieHu ua mm1 wvr i . xnere lias oeen allotted a 15 rpr-
Goldsboro First : . Presbyterian years. The first Was in. 1932 when tkmguslr demolished. No one saw cent acreage tacreTi over 1034 in
church, was it charge .of the eer- M W0 to cash. The other fte mornlng ne 0f ' cotton and an allotlment oi 10
of Wilmington. Hundreds off rierfds Mr. Qalnn states that tovrecent S pS-Mt ' . , Sf5 cunt-wloe rofs- work in their respecuve commun-
from Kinston and throughout the 'year, has never had much cash were a wWte man 7 S ' v "' n I "f f ff fr "les f Bi?ps: rSSn, , :
, .---...-., . : i t. u-t ...! ww.a wmte, man ana a jNegro. . , , ,q ... i White teachers of Dunlin Countv Brvaftt sMartln. Bennie Albritton,
-".I. 7. " Li.- iHf from BeulavUie.lt is believed they. Roosevelt offers, Acur.ty plan will be held on the afternoon of , HeW R. -Cates, Geo. Lloyd and
here of representatives from every
community in the county and a
permanent organization set up
with . Jerritt as permanent chair
mari.'. Mr. Jeritt yesterday announced
the appointment of the following
committeemen to carry on
- country were in attendance. "- t
The following served as "activo ness is done with checks. On last wra intnvitrt
'illbearers: Morgan Maxwell, ; Baturaay ne says ne nanuieu very
i for unemployment and old age.
lallnna Th-irn Slrt- RixzGll. John B. ' little Cash,
Parks, Charlie Ivey, Walter Gibbs, j; :The robbers' evidently were' old
and Oscar Hardy. at the. business as they wore gloves
Honorary: Dr. Q. W. Sutton, Leo leaving no fingerprints. ;Local of -Harvey,
Sherriff Paul Garrison, fleers secured a finger print ex
Jailer Joe Price, H. V. Modlin, .' pert to examine the store. . . ;
Caham, Faison Thompson, . .. J. J . . Another robbery . occurred ' in
ivm, Ben King J. AUea-Ives. ljjagnojja on Wednesday morning
uoners R. P. Holmes, Les- bout 5 o'clock when the" store of
Quinn Drug .Co, was entuxed. Ths,
door being pryed open in a Bim
llar fashion to that pf the Kenans-
viUe store. The thieves only got a
i i Crawford, Kennon Jordan and
W. L. Rawllngs, Jake Bhrago,
County Attorney E. A. -Humphrey
and Bob Kornegay. ' : ; i .
. .. ,, Q -V,,,,;;;;.,,-.;..
I.Icrtcn Pvliller Is
Laii To Rest
i With Jhe State Legislature
By. M L, SHOPMAN, Special Reporter For THE DUPIIN TIMES
U H. SANDERSON
Funeral services ror L
f By Bt. t, SH1FMAN '.
t Raleigh, Feb. ll.--In mid-strew
. H. i the present session of the Legisla.
held on the afternoon of , Henry R Cates,
Feb. 19th. at the H. S. Auditorium j Fred Baars. . .'
in Kenansvllle, N. C. The Confer-! Warsaw: Jno. Pierce, Mrs. E. B.
ence will begin as usual at 4:00 P.'iHinman, Mrs. II. L. Stevens, Jr.,
j M. In addition to the regular Study B. C. Sheffield and A. L. Humph-
and discussion Program based on rey.
Character Education there will al-1 Hallsville: J. L. Miller, Carl
so be held brief Group meetings of Smith and Luther Miller.
Representatives of all 'subjects of I Kenansvllle: C. E. Quinn, H. M.
the H. S. and Elem.' School respec-! West, C. B. Sitterson, Dr. Good
tively. ' ' ' :' jing and E. J. Dail.
t Wallace: Aubrey Harreiii k. m.
" ii.'T,ifJ;iL.ifr"'-'1 Browder.vRoy CarteiVrDr.T Jno. D.
posing them to sunlight on warm
days in order to prevent them
from growing tall and slender and
later transplanted to the garden.
Liberal fertilization should be
made to al garden plants with
barnyard manure and commercial
the ' fertilizer, as the quick and tender
growth of all leafy vegetables is
desired. Large applications of ni
trate of soda alone is not advised.
It will be wise from a health
standpoint and from a financial
standpoint that each and every
farm family have a garden suf
ficient to supply fresh vegetables
during the year,
i Next week: Forestry.
shot gun which was to the back of-Sanderson, were held .Sunday after- tura has reached the point that it j
Robinson and J. R. Rose.
Magnolia: L. D. Dale,
Heath and Dr. Quinn.
Rose Hill: E. G. Murray,
tbs store. In this party there were n00? ociock ai me cemetary pegmmng to march up the hill j Two petitions were presented to ' Mhi-vpv Bonev and Dr Hawes
........ 'r i Dmn Mannar i '.nnmn rttiniinT- Hjin men m ,mh Hnnn, n nnn a.,,. . , . , , "
lour men, it is Deiievea. une waj r . . - , 6uu. ai me juoara oi uommissioners on me
onr cuard white the others entered ! 3 Rev, Mr. Booth. . such a' stage,
th BtAre. a. K. Pone. Bemitv Bher-.f Mr. Sanderson was 75 years. old predict m
F,inP'ral services ' for ' Thomas , was on night , guard andisaw'. Uved with his brother's widow happen to major legislaUon. Mem
vunerai services ior luumu . . uoi omjmrai v rhin har. .imi.u , uu
Beulaville: I. J. Sandlin, Card
CtVr.'Jlmu-Jewitt .and glec, .. -, .
" Morton Miller,
o'clock from the home
his father, J. R. Miller, and lnter
' ment made in the family burying
grounds. -. 1 ,
Mr. Miller passed away Tuesday
evening as a result of an attack
of influenza, tie was 49 .years old
and has been practically an invalid
all his life, v , ' "
, Funeral services were preached
. by Rev. Mr. Gordon, pastor of. the
uu nb Vim J 7
niacp of men toped away. He believes they
were wnutu jur. jrupa vcuicu jxli.
Gaylor, manager of the store, and
they gave, chase. Running the auto
'to Delway, and towards , Clinton
but lost track of it on the Clinton
The last robbery in Magnolia
was about four months ago when
the bank was robbed.. J 1 y
Mr.. Jackson,: the night police-
KenansvUle and Hallsville Presby-i""11 Wallace stated that . on
-h,ov, -V .;i..-'Saturc.-ii!ght-bout.-. 4 -o'clock
vv. 1UU UUA-WU ,. .., . f- ,i .,
trfcian .Humphrey" discussed the
various1 angle' of the unemploy
ment insurance problems at the
weekly meeting of the Kenansvllle
-Warsaw Rotary Culb Tuesday ,
Mr. Humphrey, manager of the
Warsaw unit of the Tide Water
Power Company took up the fav
orable side of the question while
Rotarian Jeritt looked at it from
. , .... , ma innneTFir 01 1... unv.r.l.n.
nnnlipH Tf o ,v,ok, u- i 7 V;- au ana Asneiey wnmieia. ... j
appiiea. ii, .-a member : Hie"hwnv mnn fnr imnrnvnmofifr 1 . . J I nntfn u
strav off; the wsb,h rt,io- A , Z. . GUsSon: jno. Waters, Will Jackson f""-u mi it ure
hi. tiT 7? u inS One leads from the Maxwell school d j j Bi h livelihood for everyone, practically
his week', stay in Raleigh, those at Jeff Outlaw's home to the Seven I t?I!ZL , Bith ! through old aire, while Mr. j-rrit? .
OtlULlt A UWllOllip. UI1UUI, . . t o '
Don J. Smith, Paul Williams and 1 remonstrated on the danger of the
v luiyuaoiuic . iu lot rinv trnm A inprrsnn 'rnwruinin ' i t-. j j t -r i-v
Mr. Sanderson was 75 years old predict With certainty what will , The petitions asked the board tn ZT'rJ. " Z '
recommend to the State Highway MbertsoD. M. w. Sutton. MarvU
Mr. Miller was , never1 married
ad was making his home with Ms
ither. He is survived - by his
father, J. R. Miller, step-mother,
and several half brothers and ala-'
terS. ; y ' ,,s .v.'.'-'
. . ... .... L,iAfci AmLvjijivifuvix , t ... v.w.B.., muflc ui jeii uuu&ws nume 10 tne aevet
Benard Alderman of the Delawv interested in getting him back nut SnrlnM rnnd at Pnlnv brnnph h.
community died Sunday in, a Ral-!"9 Pressure' on him sat home, if ing about 1 mile in length. This
eight hospital following several;"1 can. It is a part of, the great road is part of the R. F. D. route
mohtha Illness. . ' . .' Kam8 f politics. It is. a condition and is generally used by the public.
Funeral services were held Mon-1 that contributes to lengthy ses- j The other leaves the Mt. Olive road
day at the home place at Delawy.f j!ona and this year is no exception' at M: L. Outlaw's going by M. L.
The deceased was about 40. vears;'0 riUes.;; :i ' SiA-.; Outlaw. Jr. M..W. Sutton and Ivev
.r.c' " ;0 r ; , Sutton to the Seven Springs road,
It is widely heralded f that the ! about one and one fourth mile. It
?. fr2i .Lr0"ie and iS,gener' Baars of Kenansvllle,
The deceased was about 40. years
old, - - , ' '
His wife, who was Miss Gladys
Hatcher, daughter of the late Dr. Joint finance committees are now
four men were rldine to Wallace in Hatcher of Rose 'Hill., nroceeded in retreat from the 'AdminlHtrn,
a Plymouth sedan. He : stopped. him to the grave about three 'tion's sales tax measure., It is true
Fred Martin Dies
In Jlount Olive
them and they asked him the way
to Goldsboro, explaining that they
were from Goldsboro and Faison. .
ftrM v.,- . O- i
: FRED BAARS ENTERS SCfTV
f-r " '. "':vf:.;
v County Commis s i 0 h e r ' Fred
Baars filed suit here i this week a
gkinst the Swan Motor Company
Of New Bern in the amoufat of $300
alleging that Swan Motor ' Com
pany; while making repairs on his
car, through negligence caused his
car to run hot and burn out bear
ings and doing other damage to
" .i 0 . ,i . .
j . Gain ' in shipbuilding in 1934
snown Dy Lloyd's Register. .
: Fred J. Martin, 61,' prominent
merchant in Mt. Olive dropped
ill -ad on ' the streets, there Wed
i lay afternoon about 2 o'clock.
Mr. Martin was talking . with
friends about 2 doors from' his
. tore, Martin and -Co., when sud-
tinniy stricken and died Within -a
few minutes. A heart attack was
believed the cause. . He had not
previously suffered .from heart
disease and his sudden death came
as a shock to the town. ;
Funeral services will be held at
the home Friday morning at 11 o'
clock, conducted by his . pastor,
;v. W. I Loy of the Methodist
( . Mirch. '-. The scouts from Troop 50 of
V,r. Martin enjoyed the affecUon KenansvUle- met in the Court
i f an unusually large family con- ; House Friday nights to hear ad
i ction and a host of friends. He 'dresses from the various members
i Btuvived by his wife, who was.f the troop committee 'and to get
re marriage, Miss Viola Bar- , the pof.ple of the town interested in
!, of Wayne County; two the scout movements An attrective
.hier'i, Its. En"ene Cox, of program was given by the scouts
nt a, Ga., and Hbm Julia Mar- ' under the direction pf Scout Bow-
f I t. Olive: four brothers. B. 'mnn Snmo Inkna worn tn1(l nnil a
months ago: He is survived by two i that the' committee has Votod to
small children and his father.
i. A. TEACHEVS HOME IN 4
ROSE miX DESTROYED
- The home of J. A. Teachey - in
Rose Hill was completely destroy
ed by tire last Saturday morning
about ten o'clock. Fire broke -out
between the celling and roof. The
exact cause has not been determ-
wai at home.- As
they, ran to the house and some
soon as neighbors
furniture was saved.
it",' ' ' :". '"
' Split on inflation widens among
Scouts and Citizens Gathered
In Court House Here Friday
.. lin, . James J
n and Roland IT i
siiitors, Mrs. 1 i
I 'e Hawkins pn 1
' -, ail cf I V
irtin, Leon biscuit eating contest was enjoyed
T 1 1. s, and by all those present. Scout Sykes
Dail, .was the winner of the contest, be-
Ol- ,ing the only one of the contestants
who was able .to score at all. , .
J. E. Jeritt, Chairman' of the
!fcnl cnnmiittee stressed the
- t " ' t it ' iv ,,ut to be a
' y , ; , tie si-out movement
ut i f-.r ! ;i 1 ! e wr-j.1 the boys to
. t o r 'ut i . ivfis t"'ft they
w.. i , if : 71 , -i of
told the boys that they Would have
plenty of time for smoking; later
on in life.'Vy,sJ;.''.:'s;;':'vv;
C. E. Quinn ' member ' of the
Troop Committee spoke for a few
minutes on the Scout movement
and asked the. boys to always up
hold the honor of the. troop ; and
keep thir lives clean. ;.f,'i
Scoutmaster Goodman asked the
remove the ten-dollar exemption,
at the instance of Revenue Com.
missioner A. J.r Maxwell and will
Ukely stick by this,, but: It Is too
early to say that the rate of three
per cent will be reduced. It ; is
possible; too, that a gross sales tax
will be levied, but it is by no means
certain. It appears probable that
the appropriation for schools will
be increased to .20,000,000s a year.
and this means that morex revenue
must be found. There , will ; be a
busy search for sources,1 tyit it is
too eany to say where it will be
. Senator John Sprunt Hill has
dropped his State liquor Control
bill into the legislative hopper. Rep
resentative Nere Dayalready had
his bill to the .hopper. It is prob
able that hearings will be called at
an early date. There promises to
be plenty of fireworks. The Drys
are directing a general broadside
at all such bills on, the ground that
the people of the State voted over
whelmingly against such proposals
in the ' last referendum election.
But supporters of such measures
point out that this was oU the
question of the repeal the eigh
teenth amendment and had noth
ing to do with State liquor control.
In theory they are right, but the
issues made in that election 'wan
C. p. Thomas.
Limestone Township:' W. John
son and Jno...Brinson.
Cyprus Creek: G. W. Maready.
Rockfish: H. Blanton.
An advisory committee was ap
pointed as follows: F. W. McGo-
, wan, L. L. MeLendon and Fred
Felix Craft of the Potter's Hill
Eyery person is urged to attend
this mass meeting as the move
ment is sponsored by the United
States Government and may mean
hundreds of thousands of dollars
section died Saturday night at his turned loose to our county.
New Red Cross Head
home from an attack of Pneu
moAla. The deceased was 42 years
Funeral services were held Sun- o
day evening conducted by Rev G. Admiral Cary T. Grayson, retir-
W. Kennedy and interment made ed, who. was personal physician of
movement to capital today, point
ing out that we need to encourage
capital instead of putting stopping
posts before it.
The meeting and discussions
were well enjoyed by all present.
A very delightful repast was serv
ed by the ladies.
Rally. In Kinston
to the family burying ground.
the late President Wilson, was'!
o f .
The County Superintendent and
a large number of Principals .- at
tended the big Educational Rally
in Kinston, last Friday night, at
which time the State Superinten
dent of Public Instruction and the
Hon. Victor Bryant, Rep., from
Durham County who, is chairman
-i .,.e b- I ---- J T 01 the Important Appropriations
TV. 1- Vt ktn ' mMAitr I MotMafl a fartr Antra a rvs Kv Prooi. rr
ne u ouivivcu vj, u 7" " ." -s- -j Committee, were the principal
who was Miss Martha Heath, and dent Roosevelt to be chairman of ,g peakerS- upt Erwln oUtHned
the following children: Gordon, 15 , the American Red 9ross succeed- m EducaUonai program for which
tag the late John Barton Payne. he ta m j to ap.
' Z TT? Ipropriate 22 million dollars for
rreiicu wot iu-peiieBr pimiB f enBulDe blenium.
the folowing children: Gordon, 15,
Odell, 14, Alton, 12, Beasley, 10,
Lila Mae, 8, Edward E. 7, Benja
min, 3 and Leon 1
for ocean service.
Rose Hill Basketball Teams
Take Conference Honors
Does Rose HiU play besket ball?
Fans of that community have some
girls and boys to be proud of this
Silver -trppry and each player a
gold basket ball. ' ' " ; Vv
, Members of the boys team are:
season. The boys have won the James Rogers, u; smo 'leacney.
in.tArn narolina Hiehr, School u JKioen, KODinson, t: norwooa
Tournament, and the boys and Scott, F; Wm.- Merritt, F; and
girls both won the tournament .Marvin Teachey, . ' , ;.r
held in Clinton last week. To datej . Scott and Rogers made the all
the boys' team has won 22 out of tournament first team and Teachey
25 games and , the girls , nave won made the 2nd team selection,
parents to cooperate with him to &Zy.1 wt7
the.work of scouung, and showing! tV?ZLZ Z!i
queawons the honesty or the in
tegrity of the sponsors of the liq-
them that the troop could only be ' " 'TZ T ' X y
. thl A argument on both sides, but so-far
waVia oVTnevennl i".S'ibeen.ta " P- Nobod,
Scouts West and I Apple from
troop 49 of Warsaw were present
and recognized on the program. '
o , '. . i ;.
North Dakota House votes im
peachment of Gov. Moodie. '
Pry goods merchants are I urged
' if t monopolieg.
18 'srames. being undefeated, this
season to Sampson, Duplin, . Lenoir,
Columbus ' and Pender Counties.
The two tcams vwon the, Duplin
County champlonshiaasj; yearly
The boys team is coached by I
H. Fussell and the erirls are coach-
, mr. r r! iatpUBr. . ' '
In the Clinton tournament last
Friday and ; Saturday, ' the. Rose
Hill girls defeated Garland, girls
27 to 19 for"! the championship,
while, the local boys lickedpFrank
lih High School 19 to 14 for top
honors. Trophies ' were awarded
both teams. 20 teams participated-
uor measures. They only question 1? "3?"."?
their wisdom. ' . . v . ..V.'" LCI V tournament. .,
Supt. Erwin endeavored to show
that an amount less than he has
asked the General Assembly to ap
propriate for Public School pur
poses would be inadequate, and the
childhood of. the State would in
evitably suffer as a consequence.
Moreover, if an. amount much less
than asked for should Bk appro
priated the children of North Caro
lina would suffer an ireparable
loss, in their training for the bur
dens and responsibilities in future
i At the conclusion of the ad
dresses a resolution was passed by.
the audience placing themelves on
annual appropriation recommended
supporting the 22 million dollar .
annua appropriation recommended
by State Superintendent Erwin for '
the operation of the -State public -system
during the ensuing . Men
ial, w; . ','' !M')?: . .':$
Allen W. Draughaa of Warsaw'
' Apendeotomy Patient','-.'
Allen W. Draughan, manager of
the Standard Service Station in
U. S. cannot join League in eas
ing Bolivian arms embargo. '
the. trairnament In Kinston ther
first of the month sDonsored! bv i The girls team Is composed' of
the Granger High. School. They t L, Lockarman, C;?. Harriett. Brad- Apenaicltitf m jjj, James Walker
went into the finals agams Ayaen , snaw, ; uioy russeii, , naazie Memorial Hospital in WUmington
Bank clearings increase 36.6 per and won 27 t0 26. Eighteen teams Johnson, G Dorothy Fussell. G; Monday afternoon. He is reported
ntovryr r-o. ! from the. seven counties partlcl-(Rebecca Robinson, F; Marvin Mus- getting along nicely. u
1 ? i ; v ! . r 1 Rotch r,,i,,,j. The team was awarded a sell, F; and Audrey Farrior, G. , i , '
ij: ! t 1" iii!! -i. . ,, ,..!.. ., ;..,.'"'.:..;.'., i
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