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y-A COUNTRY J. '
, DEVOT 2JD TO J: I
EST'- OF T? t'Ci'-.i
ITiiEnvto coyfcRs DUBLIN JJKE a roof
rULllSHED EVERY THUKSHAV
FEBRUARY 21, IMS-
if -i 11 I 1
I'M 1' "'I r
',f.,iHitiif . nnd "J;
I of the Tobacoo. Section Of the' It
. A . will address a mess ineetlng-l ;
pMvftfg lntni6ttonal inethod aiid j
prweoures win bT: lorwuraeu 10
the5 State ,' ' Ctirrictmim Bunding
lirnittee WrftaleleK' In addition
to'the program Sffittdy to Char''
dc!,tiT'jEducfttiHt.;)-,hich all the
,aoB5s of.;ihe'!Qiw.liave been
tjw.urB auu ram-
CiHf eren'cel Series
Iqfttee wo-klti;QD..'le gathering
together aK4.( 'yiaing of -. in
structional fnateiiall all' aub
jepts'ob both Elementitry and High
t POINTS IN
-1 tooCTou lit
y In aft emergent' and someone
lias to ball a doctor quickly five
ttflngii shpuld be 'born In mind
for the doctor's, benefit. If be 1
jflven the propel Information
before going on ilie scene of an
accident first aid tsw be render
'ed much more quickly. , , "
;The Red. (Jross advises the
1. Who is callldg., '
. 2. location of accident. T
8.-Who is hurt, 'man, woman,
child, age black, white,
', 4. Nature of Injury, cuts, ro-"
ken ltaibs,'etc. ' f
, , .m, ,,. '
WANTS TIMES :
t AT AN PRICE
te. college. . 7 . r AuditortnaI.CM ' .enanavjuet on f.rg shbal.bBaUed( about
n meeting is ti outoowt :t).WHeay ,ftfflHoon for ithf thexiddle 6ifitowhr the pur-,
meetings held in Washington MfeoHntldjplConferenqe.i V8'posa of more tally, Wnindlnk- out
hich'the agHCUltUl-aJ adminl.sclurtyea rt-Wta.l80 thlal mm atHAv. hmmllffl nrafl Ma. I
..... J oo tn?EPilJ'T..i',.i'..::J 1-' . -.w ..rrrafy "i
t of tobacco groWers-r;the dcV
Prof eofial v Study
. -tw . rvopfl ' ' .
uWflnH ! . 1
.on lead by Governor Enri J duringrs.ch the subject 'of. i'or. by state Wvlsion i of iristruc
last weett navmg yy acter EducaUon" througn tn puo- tin., Rprvipei fin,mtw
' 1 too 'obi readers "' tike N the
TIMES? Our circulation manat
ger, R. S. Grady, received a let-!
ter'frdrii a friend tjiis week after,
having sent him n. sample copy ,
of the paper. The friend lives in
another tote-, and .he ..wrote to
Mr, Gardyj: Received a copy of
the ' TIMES ' and tvas' certainly
fthriUed to hear from my old
home .county.' I dirfe "not know
, such a paper, was being publish-.
Ued in- Duplin. It brought back
many id, memories tome. Am
I on the sample list; If so please
put: my,, name on the regular
, list and send me buij- 1 don't
vcare if It costs $5.wr per year 1
want the..JIMESi,'1 " ,
Another Dupllnlto in Washing
ten City - received a copy Of the
.TIMIJS sent him by a friend and
-tiiemenuy asaumi. TATifr- scjnoojp. nas oeen unt-.-ynNwuf ieftthe ma 4feiljq.'tiifc t ei aETA
crop, and tne commuiee icu "inent.thefce. This program ot rro-1 , jrj.- tjv
ing 'inembertf-)f'm;friWtBW'a;(iari'''f . sUmulating IcreaUve Model lSUSSeS ' -
visory committee seieciea 4a. work among the teaccers or -inej-
insiaLing tnis .wefi1,waa w- chiay"wttine'view Ji Aonry io
crop was desirable.-; SiS,,.'; , , pvr-iftApnnV' thj efficiency f- class
Sinct;botBi groupsonargea, -tna,t l Poaim instruction ithhi theTschpols - The State SchooJ CtomissidnJbStt
the uthar did notit represent thA0fttieTottntybut)ikewtte: with qtHte'-'recelitiy InSthict' climty
true , sentiinent o tno .1 rowe.r9-We Mr to-the'buildlngi of theiSUpt. to dispose ''au7'ujscardd
Kocretary. WaJlape,.whO.JKil bep,lrUlftttntemplatod,i,11w.,)Stsei , wldeiModel'"T" btiS6s7'elther 'atpnblic
Aahviiia Eaturdy-,4eoiUed tocpTOelifcUi. st!adv. iCornmitttoes I'of'-fttfctiow nr thMtiA fMa.i!S Vnteikw;
and e8:ifor,himlfi'am4-;HuWteWiertnd pindlpells hre ht w6rk bendlhg Upoh wh'lch p!& Is deeu-V Immediately wrot home for
snn, wnoraiwiMiPU mic.vk-kh" -i coneenng mna"eonipiiing mi orvis -ea-xo ce eonausive or the ;tnost
fall .at which- theiadyiBory'flommftrjio (at!eliateftrisng''"ottt"t)f, the' satisfactory1 reatllt'Supt. "Bowman
tec was named, : will; lasBonjpansi. p)fet(skJn4e6nfeWnces dlscu Uthtts'thafan eff6k wfirbn made
lira,. 1 f . ?' v j :smSf'awtoas- tnteWstint orfgij'firstto dispose fit this qVilpnient
The meetirigi will be held ih the" inalproJefetS whteK h&Ve' iabveiopctil tlir6uglt'privftt4 sale,: bur that if
Frank Thompson gymnaSliiniat'II tiy tMMbribmi': 'lchs.'3w cthi''saUB-(ia'toUie.wtt1i
o'clock i the marning'.'.DtetailB febehectSiWRh',tbeif''especlb class 'the fPompt response frotn pros-
wic ketydufe and-wHl"be Hii1 rftfert sittfa!tln Thfts -inTfaterfelifl'bective jpurjhasfira;'thell'b'usses will
J iutcr?Watdfi'thS ipaWmSI't!: I!mmrf fa' the' hear future be of
i 3 ioDithis tttmounoejpent.r,' nigeA by tUeveoiirsevofi study Pr,tffredrt public auction. , at j.ome
inry "pi"iiace al "is je-1 ductipn-i!rttlej1'seyK..diflig-nated tlnte-ad'placetiiaitiis.
uliiiii 'new riinjT3 to scnooi mstnets atter tne more ae-
ide levvinsf theuH 53 1-9 per I th.pfftcie.crfiCountyvSuperinten
t .pcnalfy pfirmwutdf-by 1 the 1 dent wbsraBwuwiU again i.be
rr-Smith Act Instead of ... the 25 1 evaluated by a. central produjsttan,;
Purpose Of Better
Program Qiitliiied; By Jliitteb
Pbwer'Line Project 4
To Washington City
' , , , o , .
i P. E'- Shoulern, , agricultural
teacher' at the B. F. Grady School
has received word from the State
Committee on Rural Electrification
that the proposed line from Wea
ver's Bridge through Smith's
Township, and Outlaw's feridge
communities has been approved by
the' State committee and forward
ed on to Washington City where
It will receive consideration.
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Russell Garner Badly
Injured In Wreck
Representative Sees Credit ExtensiQn Basis
For Providuii? Property Improvements,
Givinj? Employment to Labor and'.' -PutttnIdle
! Capful io Work, ; "
ate people to' see to It that his
name- was : put on . the regular
maiUng list, ir; ri
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- MRS. EMMA CASTEEN
Funpral services foTM". EmmoM
Casteen were held at the grave in
Chinquapin last Thursday after
noon. The deceased was 51 years
&ld. She died at her homo in Rose
Hill ' On i' Wednesday afternoon.
Funeral services were conducted
by the Rev. Mr .Booth.
The deceased is survived by Mrs.
Lee Maready, of Chinquapin, Wm.
Casteen, age 16, Dn Kenan Cas
teen, of Leasville; Ceyphus
Casteen, Chinquapin; J. Wesley
Casteen, South Carolina;, Mrs.
Dora Batchelor, Burgaw; Mrs.
Kinston and Mrs.
As a result of a wreck in Beula
ville last Thursday night Randolph
Garner is in a Kinston hospital
suffering a broken arm, injured
chest and several bruises and lac-,
Garner was ridiner with his two
hrnthers H. I. fiarner and Russell Mary Parker,
Garner. They were headed towards Janle Yarboro,. of Pinetops.
Kenansvllle, and according to re-1 o- ,
ports, a truck owned by H. U Ken-1 WILLIAM ALONZA BRANCH
nedy was parked on the road with ' William Alonza Branch, age 76,
no lights. Garner, approaching the ' died at his home in Calypso last
truck was blinded, according to Friday. Funeral services were con
his statement, by another truck , ducted at the home and burial
parked on the other side of the I made In the Calypso ceinetary. He
road with lights burning. In an ef-s survived by his wife and several
Tnrt tn ml the tfiiKlr ho Was far.- Cniiaren.
his car crashed into the rear
of Kennedy's truck knocking
w e i..w..neW ,hhh. - , on March 6th,
to the isa crop w wu;..ir Irfifldlcton wUf go to, Wash
r cpnt.,Vlvied last reason, ,.k and
commjttoe Sujoh Biiaterial as aeem'u
a atrineeht remilatiot to be Jof jaufficientiyaluotta Justifyj their
imposed along with the proposed 1 selection will be carefully. comptl-
. I 1' J 4.. i..Jl.thA,I..
increase jioasejacrege. .
County Farm Agent , Miljendon
County, who possibly jaa,n,i attend
this speetlng.' . .r.t ''
mil ... ,i i8 ' . ' I
''"Mrs Marshail Wiliama was! the
guest, of Aeson). Mr, Roland Wil
liams of Dunp," several days o tlapt.
week. " , ' ' "
vlsitbr to Godsbdro Monday. '
ed and .edite4.nfQrrrt dlstrtbution
among the entire tpacUingj.persqn
nej, jp the County ..?! .
desired. toiwposeof UiiV'lnckrive
property-a early as jpossibM, that
the proceeds of aama might-be agr
iiKed :t() the. lmpnjvement I and ' eiv
Jagemenit MS our ''transportation
pmnLiTh State 1 Schdei Cohlmls:
siaoidias agreed .that the proceeds
fiwa the salei-of. .-these Model- "V
busses may.- be expended - m tthis
w-.'.,., '.4'1-v, ,
Mrfe. Middletoh Asked Bssell Unconscious and damaging
I nie car cuiisiueruuiy. nu uiic vihu
To Make Radio Talk
Mrs.: JSenry Middleton,i)? aeutri
tjonlsl; far pnpiiri.jftjhf6Ueen
Invited to speak pyer. the - radiot
.4s ihe gdeSt'iof v her ' parent
.and M'rs.-T.- W. Smith.'1-" . 1
Mr. tad- Mrs: Koiigald' lffewVm V
cniiaren J opic or ciuD Meet
TThe 88116-84-88,11018.,. bB& 'Baij
Club held, a very Jnterestingj.neet'"
big tuesdaf night' KnMthe lbcar
school cafeteria; The program was
C. H. White,
tured by a ; talk, by ; Rptarlon
Pflwell' of Wtfmuigiori. f nd Dri
Tntnrert to'Ralfeitfh' SlindaV.'-11 I
Mrs.-- Hilliard -'SosH" of 'Wlndtfln
alem! is visiting "fcer parents Mr.
andIMrs..A.'.WOaloesj.' ' W':J, .
i Mr., and -Mrs. Frank -Tdylori of
Gold8boro. were. taer; guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Z.--A. -Gibson Sunday. ;
Mrs.- Et -B. Lewis, ' Mrs. Dougald
Newton" and' .'Mrs; . . Benjatnln
Daughtry, guest of Mrs. Lewis,
Motored to Goldsboro Monday ,
, The first pf, a series of stjidy
Class- ia, th r Woijfisn's Auxiliary
,Mr. Powelitis..Jttt ich.argBivjit fthe
-Rotarian Jake Ing; anaounded
insrtoa City where, she will talk for
fivifmfniites' on, her vegetable gar
den. , ,.. ir'
. ..itfegrro Arrested
DetfutieS Dale and Powell raided
a bootleggers 6utfit near. Scott's
Btdre . '..Monday, afternoon .... and
saught-orife Negro, John Sbeelsat
work running off a charge in a one
barrel .capapjty, still, even barrels
Of m'ash and - seven gallons of
wbiskwfere confiscated. ( -'f
Deputy': Dale,, maintaining his
reputation asa runner, chased the
Negro , through a briar. patch and
a good, distance through the woods
qerore ne. caugnt mm. uaie am not
Elizabeth Patience Blanton,
wife of Edgar Foe Blanton, died
at her. home in Magnolia lost Sat
urday. She, was, buried h Sunday.
1 was hurt.
ELABORATE PROGRAM FOR
. . . Vh GRADE COUNTY RALLY
-'---? ;'T ; - .7. 7"T'"i'r', ' '
The County Superintendent 'an
nounced April 5th as the date for
observing the County wide Sev
enth Grade Educational Rally. An
elaborate program based on Char
acter Education is being worked
out for the occasion.
We can't blame oin1 ' ancestors
Too many luxuries may not be; for. everything for wnat we are;
good for us. but who is to decide we. did a little of the damage our
as to what too many are ? selves.. - : ,J -
. ' Wie purpose of 4he- moderniza
tion, and improvement -icampalgn,.:
now being launched in Duplin ;
County as p.art.ofi ,th.e National $
Better Housing Prngram, -. is to
overCome ' the ,many iU,, effects of
5 years 'of -stagnation ih thb build
ing industry, according to TMr.
HallookcField':- representative of
the - Government who' sptfke at a
mass meeting held -hare 'Monday.
"As the direct result of this vir
tual collapse of -the building in
dustry," Mr. Hallock went on to
explain, "quite a large percentage
of the structures in the county
are greatly in need of repair. The
same is-true,: of course-; throughout
the country. Many properties have
reached a point where it is hardly
worth -making a'nyef for) to salvage
theitu-Many a'r-e close to the "border
line. Prompt action will arrest the
obsolescence. Therefore; the Dup-
uii iuuiuy nuuaing. urogram pre
sents a very practical aspect. It is
prompted by nothing short of
necessity for it is not within the
meaning of good judgment to al
low these-prop'erty values to con-
Itlnue to-depreciate. '
"There are, of course,'' Mr. Hal
lock continued, "many other very
good reafsons "why '"this' program
should be carried forward.-'lt will
dp much, to rehabilitate reai-estatc
values in ,thig;;cjty.. and i-tt' will be
enipSyrhdht ttndp putting more
money Into circulation. Funds that
' " - j,wk3JU, yvruvmvaMV , I - . . . . ... . . , . " J ' -
Alhert RniihR colored, died in his laie now-lying idle In the banks of
home in Warsaw and was buried j the community will be drawn out
this afternoon in the Warsaw ;and Pnf t0 work1 in- manner that
colored cemetarv. Rouse was 54 1 could scarcely be. exceeded for
First Aid Training Progpyft
sored by the. Atlantic qoastrytine
Railroad. In a very, Jmpresslve
manner Mr. Powell discussed !the
value of First Aid Training among
adults tn ;all walks' ttf- Uffe'. He pre
sented a most remarkable compar
ison as to the. number pfrfragedles
pd).cap'uaties jfom .?jattroad Bar-
yjee fturjmj .yje, .lewesT-a- as
compared,, w,'ith; -fte,en ptrtwenty
years ago, Detore . the - first aw
let with Mrs? A-GibSostudy- yujrB oelore ,
. -Elaimifv -Thc-god Lifwifrl, J f IfPPchpd as aowt of
.Gibson heading the study,
J. Strottd; tg, pfUJreei-a:
the A. C. L. Safety Program,., Th
speaker gave five' points? that
. tpent fasE we'ceVd With his should bp nown,ito,levlypB . in tMi
,.r . ' V"., time of an accident v or -tragedy Mi,
HenrV'gVdVVWiUtam 14 Becomes necessary to caU;i i
nlman hiotorAl -tn?,"Raleigh a doptpr .the. peippn, Railing; shpuid' pe't
at'Wmlngton, Rotary Cfub
bad invited members, of .this, club
ft Wend wmt. wt Wlhh- sCT to waott to arma., He clatms
cWi?.tb4,,.whsti to. ,:Jjtfa.a. fef arb m f v, rto
rfaJiMn ni. nw;k n,kJt tbat fast feet are more to be de-
ed the Hauptmann -tjriaijrtroUld be'
reseat anftsj)eak. .,, j.y
For the meeting, next week T;the
(jiuD nopes to have apqigpne pres
ent to discuss . and
Exams Fo Post'r ,:
-Master At Warsaw
To Be Held Mar. J51ii
;, Civil service examination will
6e" held soon tor thd Ppst.-Offic
r. according toianppunce.-, f 9- s.- ,y,m
vby-fflrs.,Wils9iv. Post "t County and
here. - ' " ." 29 .of Wayne Cou
;Y'i' ,'., near m mina ana give me, iQtiow- ibe-'-prope-
Mnrtns mg inrormaiion to tne.qocior: IM- wttrrtnei
Th examination' will Toe com-
uiu au appiiujvuons .must
cie guests in Rose Hill 'Monday,,.""5 P,ae talking) ( 2.).
. : IftnnT.Inn nf . fhfl nffiHpnf fH,uirfn
-ra. H. I. Rand(;iph,rs, J.
n Mrs. Rdv Cates and Mrs.onitfii, cTuldW dge; (1 riatunc
U Fais,5n were hostesses to the of Injury; (5 ) what(ls eingflone
me Club Wednesday afternoon I fori"le f"0"'- ' ' ,
. o club room. -4 Following r, Powelrs talDr1.
; rs. I. hi Faison, chairman ol 1 JSIiUega . a most informative
ric an Home. Gavri a most inJ 1 difiUijion .'outlining the health
-g paper"' cn Inferior Decw I program, ds it is at present being-
stressing particularly, Rugs carried on primarily throughjthe
sanojots t the county. He gave a
resume of the Health Department's
findings with rdperence ttfthe more
p.fidomirt;ant ontaloiis'and.; inv
fectuous''die"ases more prevalent a-'
moijg firt IJuplin. Copnyi popula-1
tioh 6.11'd discussed the latest pre
ventative methods . in stamping
out eachi of these more previtleht
t ', . - Among "the 'dhiidren examined
' "tl. cbools,Dr. Wfiilc
" 1, ', I h -,1,,,",in'j fact have Kf'4n
,i ' : 1 onn, C0; decpvel
i ' '. ' ; ' 1 ' ..25"'i(V
( ' i . ! ' ' , . ) pm-i t;
' I ' 1 f 1 1 fy-
t ,. S :.'. ri-'i !)
'urtams. Mrs.: James Thamas
an interesting paper on
'l1- i r ' ' 1 ' ' '
Ismpd jfts fpriin, .MVs.,
. Crow. .- '' t . " : ' '
' fl-Ml Williams made a
,Ung talk on Rome.'
'.1 r rvcl , a .Jpft QpiJ.
Beat Ford Under Two Bonds
Charged Setting Store Afire
George Hamer Named
Scout Executive of
sired than fife arms.
' The. following jnarrlage licenses
have been, issued by Register Out-
Jaw recently: v ,..-
11 '1 WHITE -0 Ai
George Hamer, who is now as
sistant editor of thje Alumni Re
view of the University of North
Carolina, was elected Scout .Exec
utive of the Tuscarora' Council of
Boy Scouts at a meeting of the
executive committer held in Golds
boro. last Friday night. Mr. Hamer
taught school for four years before
.Feb. 18, Willie Brock, 24,' and
Docla Ezzell, 18, both of, Duplin. Uakjng the work at Carolina. He is
ieo; io, uonam rtoweu, 20 ana
rtir ftXfiPiitRrt nnrl: on. flic
Commission 'in yvesVine-. '
ton Ciy bf close, , of business.- onjKmma
Marcli rth.- - 1 ' V HSuplin.
Maty' Agnes Guy, 15, of Duplin.
1 Feb. 19, ' -James B. Chmmings,
35 and Elva Williams, 20, of pup-
rorrtRFTt - .
15,,, Wi M. Dawson, (42 of
Wavne Countv. 1 ,
'-Feb., 15, E. ,C. Chestnutt, 31 of
Duplin and Lottie. Carr, . 30, of
ayria. , , . , , ; s ,
Feb. 16, Nathan Moore, .; 23, : and
Jane Miller, 1 20, ' both of
a graduate of the 'diversity of
Carolina" with A. B.! degree. He is
26 years old, and is married and
has one . .child. Originally he halls
from South Carolina, and he and
his family are. moving to Goldsboro
immediately and will take up the
work left vacant Bince the resig
nation of W. E, : Pennington", who
gave up this work , to take over
the Pythian Orphanage at Clay
ton. Duplin County scouters will
"Beat" Ford, Albertson Town
Ship woman, was placed under a
$500 bond for appearance at the
next term of court here and a $500
peace bond by Magistrate Sitter
son in a hearing held here Monday
evening on a charge of attempting
to burn the store of M. B. Holt in
Mrs. Ada Ford Smith,
known as "Old. Beat Ford'
of Duplin's most, unique, characters
She' is about seventy years old and
Uvea ih an old broken down house
about -three miles frbm Kornegay's
store on the -Seven 'Springs' roadi
"Beat'f lives the life of a hermit,
raising chickens, dogs, cattle,"etc.
Her .attitude. towards people is not
so good. Characteristic of the. old
lady is a remark She made, in' the
sheriffs office here Monday when
she was telling about her, animals;
"I lika animals' milch better than
people, had rather have them' a
round for they eaJVt talk and tell
damn .lies Jike people ' do.'" The
flow of. the English -language from
her tongue is, unbeatable' when it
"In my Qpinion, the NaUonal
Housmgr Act Porgram, which
makes it possible' for local banks
and Other approve" 'rtaahqial in
stitutions to laton'' on :extteamly
reasonable terms ' ' 'for rieeded re
pairs, and Jmpcovements isr one of
the roundest (recovery measures'
that hjs. eyei:. been .enacted. I am
Sure everyone ,w(ll . welcome the
campaign we are organising Jocal
iy. , ' ' " . ' .. .
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. Representative dry Dupiinites
were, in Raleigh yesterday, in full
force to attend the bearing before
Senate Judiciary Committee No. 1
better on the -proposed Hill" liquor bill. A
is one fjarge1 delegation If dm all sections
of the county ' attended.
, , . , - -A, 1 ' ' '
The hearing , was in . the Senate
Chamber, and the cause of the drys
lead by'former Gpveriior and .Unit
ed States Senator"' Canier9h Mor
rison. After "the hearing the .com
mittee went 'into executive session
and decided 'to defer action on the
The examination wfll'Tbe
March 8th. ' ;V ,
Feb. 20. Frank Brown -45.
1 Lou Stokes, 35, of Duplin.
be especially interested in Mr.
Hamer for the troops of the coun-
county are under Control of that
60,1 1 council. - .!
Chinquapin Presbyterians Ad To .Church
' Members " of , ' the , Chinquapin
Presbyterian ' Church -are meeting'
with' much success id 'their efforts
to Have a' Sunday School buildhig'
added;ato -their ehnrcS: The" ef fprta"
of Rev. WVCJ Smith; togethf with
his bulldbig-' feommittee',,f' eldefa,
deacons- 'fend 110 members, aire
bearing ' fruitag'e' iaTteir '''seviial
months of 'continuous- work'' on the
project. ' "' -j
Las'tj&e'ce'mb'e thp. congregation
decided to.'rawe.eri'ough'jmoney yj
build adequate '.Sunday ' gchop! j
facilities 'and set their ', goal (
$1300. .This amount was" ? soon
, . 1 t -v'i th tie help of 'tie' Home !
s Lnard. To date $1100. of
o 1 li'i', rs have been paid and
'11 !,i s pre now ofter aii Ution-
comes to using profanity. With all
her peculiarities the old lady leads
a most interesting life to the cur
ious observer, ; She , owns- quite a
bit. of property and . the fire
trouble grew out of a dispute over
a certain corner of land iocated
lacross the road from Holt's store.
.'neat'' claims' that Holt is. tres-
yaoaiun on ner property ana on a
suited In many improvements. Mr.
Smith is a good carpenter 'as well
as preacher. The work of building
the Sunday School addition. , has
been supervised by him and he has
'done a good deal of the actual
carpentry work. . ,
The officers of the Chinquapin,
Vou can't Jearn how to ride a
bucking horse . hy , watching '-another
cowboy tame one. - Yon- have
1,0 be thrown a few'.-time. -,"
" - '
'pledges .'to complete the project.
'New pledges are coming in land It
js 'bjped, that the building will be
cpmpiecd n .early Spring.
' The structure is two -story, and
is. connected .tp, the. church at the
rair.vThe first .floor, iWhlch has
been practically completed, ! com
posed of a large entrance hall,
pasJoVa atudy, ...two. large rooms
anyone primary. room, 'The seeond
floor almost completed is composed
oT. three , large-rooms,' ; two; small .and Joe Williams, the building premise
rooms.fana a large nau, , , ; committee; Joe Wood, Dr. Landen, 1 nurneo,
TUB ..aauiuon W"l roneve juucu - wr Vi pinlrott A ,n Thlmwm ' ami l.J
congestion and give the classes Grovsr Quinn, Elders: Jim Futrell.l:
' I held no idea you' had, the Im
pudence to speak to me after' act
ing as you have regarding that
corner of my land up there that
you havenised for a filth and junk
yard since yon 'come 'u'p here.
Please reserve your- good -morning
for your, kihfolks,' visitors & as
sociates. I. ought to have-shattered
ypui;. idlfttio jskuli. when I aw 'you
puu up .my cofnej; yardsjBtickexact-
wuiver 01 occasions sne nas post-i iy wnere .my a, oies, rwn.jOUt &
ed notices warning' people to keep!wnere ypu 'aaw, it,, .measured by
off it The particular laftd referred ! yur own' surveyor you .pulling
to Holt claims he has a title to.' 016 back f the end, of the measure .
In the evidence brought but fcrtHe j,back fr0m thb-starf.4lt " is with
trial one witness . 1 testified t that PaBure 1 nrana you to your face
"Beat; sad IT Holt trespassed 'orl
her land she would kill hitn with
church who have given their untir- an ax or anything she could. Also
Ing efforts to the causa are: 1 Dr. witnesses said she. made a .state
Jl P. Landen,'; Jim Futrell, i Joe Hrjent t6 the effect that three ,other
Wood, Barnes Avcock, Bruce Judge, stores . ha'd been burned , on the
neak liatf,')gue it win be better
for you fc. Stroud to- leave what is
mine alone.. . fciv .
i-v'.-' 3ig Boaty Smith'-
r... Holt's Atore..iwas sut 1 afire
eany srnaay. morning by aomtionei
private rooms for their study.
Chinquapin Church for six years, cons
and his untiring etrorts nave re-
! Joe WllUams,'Bruce Judge, Barnes lHoU ?flved he1.f0il0,rinJr "S181
1. j t tit t. 'ered letter which Beat Ford ad
mitted she wrote: )
Mr. M. B. Holt! V", .
and that Holt'a wirnld beJP-lmS Hgbtwbod under the, side of '
. x ''; " - fit and' setting fire to the... wood
V v ,1- . T -lOwen Strourl'saw'tne fira soon f
on the date or Sept. 18, 1934 ' ter it was set aha ' qulokly" called
Rev. Smith has been with, the. !,.-,' n nr m.w.hw to.' ered letter which Beat Ford
Holt and extinguished it before
any damage was done. Blood
hounds were secured and put on a
trail that led to Beat Ford's horaa
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