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PUBLISHED I . THURSDAY,
TntXSDAY, APRIL 1935
,.Uc Coast Line railroad
Hon with iU - eastern j
3 has secured permission j
km to issue on snorc no-i
, ed freight fates on straw-
' urn ST. "TS j
ns Ul the east ana new 1
nd east of .;FiUsuurg
sffalo. N. Y. . - -
:on, which amount to J
iy 30 per cent, will be
iT3-ii ,4 At was an-.
3 at the general office, in
m. - '
,1 nn unusually good yield ex- j
ud, t'.se reduction is -expecieu
, .r.ve berry grdwers thousands of,
,rs. The crop, from early tndl
f ms, is seml-officlally estimated
" .V0.000 crates, and, if good wea
r continues, shipments, are ex
1 to be started about April
i 1 Jt will be considerably
r " an last season's yield as
. i v j considered an"off year,"
) - t adverse wewter conditions.
L . e last service inaugurated a few
y u s ago, which allows th grow
er to place v berries on the New
York market the second morning
f'er shipment, vwlU be offered.
It was also pointed , out that,
since' the reduction appUes, t U
of the marketing territory. It will
encourage a much wider dletTlbu.
tion and will serve to . keep the
surplus off the, big markets, such
as New York.. ,
In addition the last service and
sales will "allow, the producer to
p: t his product oir tbft, market tn
excelli nt condition as a ireult of
riif rigeration which; is . recognised
fry the' market and' result In,
1., -htly higher prices, averaging a
b.mt one sent per basket,' It , was
t- i. " o. '
As an example of the reduction
i 1 the tarriff r last 'season's rate
1 '-i"ire to New York was 83
1 "ird crate.- Under
. i "1 be CM
j..... i.:.ie - from the ton i.......,
"rv area to New York was XJ Antique r".urwV;Bar'
i 3 while, the "new" one is Hayes Wood. '" . i- t
9 cents, effecting k reduction of J Moonlight on th Hudson L
).l cents. The crate Tate basis ap- na James,
ea to one of 32 quarts, weighing- Ctt to the Hunt, Tapsr-HerscheU
, ivjnds and shipped- in mini- Fierce.
ui car lots of 224 crates or 12,- MRS. W. S. SMITH, .In&tntotor -)
pounds. Last year's car load , ;Usher-4-Emory Qulnn, wr -Har-i
"28 crates. J 1 ;'ry FlynjL -: ' -i , w ,
Recordera court convened Mon
day and completed'the weeka work
that day. The following cases were
(imposed of: " ' ' ' ' i
Booker T. Williams; assault wit
deadly weapon. Nol Pros'v f i
Willie Uoyd Moore was give 00 leave. "!,.-'
days on the roads for larceny. . s Woodrow -Joseph Was Sentenced
Hugh Jerrltt Smith charged with . to six month on .the roads for be
assault with deadly weapon, Prayr l tag drunk; and, disorderly and a
er for Judgment continued on pay-, pubjic nuisance. .-.
mont of costs. ; , . West Murray was given 12 moft-
I id Davis, charged with assault for . assault on female. Notice of
Ji deadly weapon. Judgment sus' appeal given. .
ft-nded on payment of cost. ; - James A. Mosley was sentenced
A plea of. assault with' deadly , to 6 months for ' possession of
weapon was 'accepted by the state .whiskey, for the purpose, of sale. "
In the case'of Vernon Batchelor. - Paul Robinson waa given 10
He was given a suspended sentence months for larceny..
Style Show, Auto Exhibition
Dinner, & Music In ICinston
- Klnston, April 3rd. '
. Chevrolet Dealers 4n Eastern
Carolina, in-conjunction with the
Eastern Carolina Chamber of Com
rrece is presenting an exclusive
wing of the new 1935 Chevrolet
i i Knotts Warehouse next Monday
! id Tuesday. The exhibit will open
mday, April 8th, at one o'clock
, h Mayor Dal Wooten ,of Klns
t !, officially opening the show,
i-ptly at four o'clock Chevrolet
1 entertain all children, at a
!. ' ' '
t pight-thirty the most bril
ttyle show ever to be held In
i Carolina will be staged by
uarvey oun , v."t""j
will conclude the program gin m.a iw u.o.
' was mailed out on Friday mondng.
,av "niovles with music A home was found for the girt on
n all day. IZ . Chev-.the following Sunday. Mrs. Earvey
auty Q'een will be chosen' Boney spent a good portion of her
1 rviam will be capped at, time on Monday answerirg re
' i, v. irnt,.m Carolina -quesU. Before the week was over
. j - , .
r of Commerce dinner ' 1ft'
hlv Hall of tjueen Bireei
Cliurch With United
ntor Robert M. LaFol-
i, ...... m TnnaH a r
T v t
'18 8u ia wi i
- - H.nn I
I " ' t -wt-
.A to'of- -r brot.
, . -
Anvil Srrt JL
Music Rec.ta..'wiU be given in the
12th., 1935 at 8:00 P.M. by the
music students of the High School..
Thepubllc Is cordially invited.
This is the first musical program
to oe renaerea since uio
sbulldtag. Wis erected several years
( '1 ., , 1 . - ' . 1 . ' I
Vcopy of the program la sj fol- J
iows: - . v - . t
.The Robin's Return Edna Jam-
es; Duet An American Tune, urn-
ily BradshSw, Evelyn- eavenaugn.
Melody in u'sara nmy rwn.
er. , ). . , i, .
Reading Immortal Music, Her
schell Pierce. . ' '
Twilight VUlpns lhtt Hollings-
Evening Chimes Shelton Qulnn.
'. Song DoUs - .Lulla.by, Three
Girls. - , - " t.
Duet Girl's Brirads. Margaret
Hayes Woodj Sara. mily ParkeTf.
- Playlet Candle Ligbts.".
An (He English Song ; DoVie
Cavenaugh., , '
FrUky. Kittys-Worth Lanier.
- Worward . March Two Little
Dancers, Doris-Judge. , ,
' SwinglngT-Cliffora SmtUi.
What They Love Elizabeth Ca
. ' An Easter Hymn, Fairy Be
Maisie. Lanier, j, . i-r; i'"
! "A Dream Journey; When Motnef
Sings at Twilight NeaUe Shoiar.
A Boat Song Hardy Royal
Parker, v ' 1
Uvely Stepper, little Miss. Daf
fodilDora' Houston Pickett' - '
Song, Funny IJlttle Fellow Her
schell and H ' Fierce , ' "
Fairy Oneen '-e lanler.
VTr ,'' t lnk
of e months and fined 10.0ft.,' 1 " ,
v Ed. : Newkirk waa- sentenced to
18- months for larceny and receiv
ing and assault with.deadly wea-.the
pon. ' -. ',, .' ' Duplin County that said petition
.-Alone Edwards was given 8 be forwarded j at once to tb,e State
months for .lumnyar-rV'VLVw'.w.,-lIlshwii'ajidj Public Works Com
'OsborneJ MoWey, charged ' with Inussion with request for a bearing
assault, on female. Nol pros with '
be. the biggest ;event of Its kind
ever, held in Eastern' Carolina.
Klnston and Chevrolet Motor Com
pany, he said, are barring no ex
pense and guarantee a pleasant
time for everyone who attends.
FOR YOUNG GIRL
Week before last the TIMES car
ried a notice that the Welfare de
partment desired to place a young
rrhS In addition to plac-UId
reached 33. in addition
reatucu oa. m - i-- (
ing the young girl anotner wiute
A. Lk.. 'B stkA1
&. . . .
gin were pracea as a reoua u.
rwa thP TTfF.3 ret results?
r- : I
Ask Mra. Toney. t I
Trenauters 1 t 8 cent noM
I 4..;"',:. 4,2.0 bids
"-.' t j , g -j' , 4
The t, ' a blanks fori
see lot. a. 1 5 fa the County
Agent'! 0. . and all ..Mng
to make" a plication soiJ .do
jp at once. ,V V'S r- "pi.
AH faiim-rs aj'jslyinf f.r more
than Zi must be wjs-otej by
the Prt ' . lion CrsC'.t Aasorla-
tion bofure making plication
for loan.' ' ; .
', -The a ' ' at of inoflpy that
can' be I owed oiii f -.' rent
fcrop y -r acre are an f ws ,
tobacco f "1 cotton i, . cr4
$1.40; f srHi4 t . '
frbm v 1 ;w il
A hi e Is
en on -tit
t be free
. 0nl ,f y
fro H s,l . j.
mcs r Vave- f
- the year
: liens en
en ty these no
is j ,rop No K.
aninwil tut HMtiilt ir farmtnr
inc, iements. . J . , ...
J. 1 1 Cc.pl c tion .
' The board ,a( couniy commig
sibners met Monday and dispensed
with the usual routine business and-i
f . .
the foflbwiny resolution
which was forwarded la the .State
rtichwav anil Public Work Corn
mi ri Kaipicd uia .same aav
. y a-
. ii tue l
.gioT.thegrg. .citing -
ana paving ui -reaa in saw couu-1 y . wekTeBd wer (200,00. was dis-
..b.nBHn t.: unmiuw -in hwiullnil n ntT nf mmiMiwm that riav). . . . . ..... ...... i
nlng at the Duplin-Wayne coun-
ty BnA near Grady's Cross'Roads '
. I" . . ..--w.-t .1
and .running, , as , last surveyed, Dy
Outlaw's Bridge "School and Holt'f
Store - to Alvln. on highway Num.
ber 11 near i the ,. B. F. Grady
schools r. -
s Now therefore, be It resolved by
commissioners , of.
on said petition early as possible.
mis April ISC,-1833. ' . -
John D. Robinson. Chair.'.
i. I Miller, , $ r',,
Fred. .J.-Bears." ti-
.AN EXPKNSrVE RIDE
Quincy, Mass. Buying a cat for
75 cents from a Junkman, William'
H XymV , proceeded to take a
spin. It was -.an expensive" "ride,
however, as he was. arrested one
block from his home and ' fined
S100 for operating dm, uninsured
. . ATTEMPTS RESCUE; DIES
Jacksonville, m.-8eeing a men
apparently Asleep on a rail in ther
path of an approaching train, 1
attempt to puU the man, to safety.
Gilua, however, was struck down,
and killed by the locomoUye whlchil
aecapuatea me - - man, Ajeorge
' Senators see hope of arms trea
ty as result of German .draft. A
,V, , o ' i
Great nations are . vieing for
BUpreamacy In the air, '
P. D. May New Assistant
. i 1 mi D a , , , i . ' ii " 0 " " t r
Five years agq , the i office of
County farm agent in North Ca- ( cultural county, From that time on ' pieted his course there in 1926 and
rollna was not considered so ; lm-, the adminlatrat) )n began' loading f gince that time has beer, with the
tVoe'o weT 2K5;thft"tortnW t0day 016 CiFederaT Government inspecting
81; in North Carolina had I Farm Agent U the b-.b- around fruit and vegetable, along the At
flght on their hands to convince which practically all tanning Is lanc Seaboard rom Florida to
their boards of county commission- done. In Duplin county U I Mc-T Mslne. His coming to county
era that the office should be re-lxendon .who has been fcsrvlng the ;wiU, be a boost to the truck grow
,,a ,f rfurim Hennuninn ' nryn.r- fnithfuiiv. has i'.at a- ers hce most ' of ,. his .experience
of an expert more than they
,. . '
attlusa whilst. iA rtthpM it. ' ?a11
- - --
I L. 9IUUEU iOIIU UIV WilbV wwr I
t- ion oi.i,iAni iiMMlt hint,
' .office and immediately the office morning as assistant county farm child. He expects to move his fa
te of county fa- i agent became rec-j agent, working under Mr. I'cLen- y to KenansyUle Just as soon as
Ca!zed as o e of the most lm-
t Doughty ,
who will con
chool in War-'
A, j.,.. ,j I ... -ft- '.
saw It. t
i'. .". ' or ....Fgrir'niTif ul" ii Trirrimi i 'i tors of the Warsaw High School 'at
Us , December lnAprU with to -IenhsvHle Wants 1A the regular meeUng Tuesday even
bacco growers n IpJupUn County,! A11 mg in the local school cafeteria.
at' least .that What hundreds of
tiutm are reeJu'l for; tobacco pari-
. . 4-u r I
ty checks, came in ast week and
tha county - o
veritable ; mm
"nt'a 'off tee was r' 1 y I '
I C'ristmas itretr'
-m' .nptoy'ri the Vlt Tow,u,h,P' "rmeat0 J?n?,th'
Unfc foVSFed- f00 f""1 Glbaon Townahips
au. tor tne ea d t eVeryone ,ta signing
'".,. v !!'' i 1 i iti am - nalrincr )na (tnmmlaa nnAi 1 nf
with a irunr n:.)
" -T 1 . ?Bax
sr. imt hut that'
lover. $200.' 0
. " -w.lC:.,
were a wan
"f0? . -
- oneui naraiy get
in' holliu-uir f diatanee oe Ml?. Mc--,
- ...A .. ji -.: , '
also. , . ,
During the three day the coun-
ty agent's office disbursed, appro-,
xlmately $195,000 to rttarmers get their checks cashed. People in
while. $11,000 Aiore is yek,to. come, KenansviUe feel that it is the logl
making total of 20.0O0u, , foe a banking insUtu
. Checks ranged in all dehomina- Uon are holding high hopes
tions with the smallest being S10. jwmething will be done about
and .the1 largest single check u-soon. - -drawn
for $3800.00 t;.i.5: 0
ailment of 30 per cent of the to
bacco crop orr approximately 2,876
acres; ' And these tobacco . acres
cannot : be planted in any other
crop except . one half of it may be
planted in. feed or food crops for
home consumption only.'-- ;
. Following this Influx of money
Into Duplin on the eve of the open
ing of .the Berry Market business
trend should move upward, rapidly
in alt parts -of the county imme
diately. ' - 'v i
"f I - o ;;.r.ti..
MrsHarvey Boney of the Coun
ty Welfare- Department, stated
this week 'that she is having quite
a number of calls from needy in
our county for old clothes. Mrs.
Boney stated' that she would like
to get some to give to those who
are not nble to buy them. Any one
havnig any 'clothes of any - kind i
Wilt do a good deed by turning
them over to the Welfare Depart
ment. -aJv- .
New air lines will span Alaska
In seven hours. - 1 . .
portant county of flees, ta an Agrl -
the point of.hum
endurance. .His .work baa - been.
L - !. hn him bo this
"r,. h. .
CHVAH OT1 flMlfltjUttL
- . ,
, wi mm - - -
County! -raised on a farm -ar La-!
'Amur , M ;work vt:terdaV .
don. 'itr. May is a'grasl
3 New" Tobacco t
- Growers In County !
' The time for making applfc
cation for" special, base .eon-'
tract for tobacco has expired,' .
aiwonlln t nai , MHMiniuwmMili
by County Agent ' t' .I Me-i
: SSJft debyP?hUe 'Eatern.Baptist Ass'n.
Konntiiirllln nfriw.' .' " "' - '
" f amurm made annlieaMon for1!:
- suecuu mwe contrapM.. iiww
contracts are for the man who
Is - entitled- ,to grow -tobacco
Jt--. A. ,1 , ...11.
. wi.--4. ; i . t I
1S8 new regular ' contracts'
were" made out 'also this yea 4
nnnging tne total nsw'tonaoeo "
growers in Duplin County for
1885 up to SS8. i .
r , . - .1 - . ' J
lL;Vt Wells Celebrates Birthdays
Clerk of Gourt R. V. Wells cele-
bra ted his birthday Tuesday even''
tag with a dinner at his home, t ,
1 V f - 1"f " JJ,JJ(
aiui, ou any , xuvy SlU,
' i . t " ' -J 1 '
: . , ,
: T!"V T ;
Mnnsra oo somemmg io give our
J?""'? CP1 ' blinkl
. "".- '
. -at I. -.?::t.
t cenumnfcoaay4Athe nun
ymweUcslr alt tb reuntya buk.," Z u.Zl - "
, ness. that is ccmsidertn that the
. , "
BViaWMnV . LUJVUW JHNU : WUD.
could hardly get a check cashed.
Farmers . were forced , to fif-n to
tawn, of th ountv ,n
Mrs' Wa 111 ta fin
111. .1. m w uuUwu r mm
Grady School Boardi
The County Board of Education TO PRESENT OPERETTA
held its last meeting, before the . Rose Hill, April 2. Beginning
new board takes office. Monday i the commencement series of pfo
Routine matters were attended, to grama, .the local schoo will.pre
and the vacancy on the B. F. Qra- lsent "Mother Goose and Company,'
dy School Board, caused by the re-,: an operetta, in the school auditor
cent death of W. G. Kdrnegay was ium on Friday evening. With care
filled. Mrs. Sallie Smith Wallace ful. supervision and colorful . cos
of Smith' Township, was appointed tumes, this operetta is expected, to
to the board. The Grady board will be one of the best ever presented
meet soon and, organize. , here., Teachers directing the per-
This was the last act of the pre- formance are Mrs. D. C. Mosteller,
sent board of education before the Miss Mildred Boney, Mrs. Joel
newly elected hoard takes office; Harden, and Miss Elizabeth For
next month). : . . ;-: ,'ii:iiw
we epiunty, Council
r. V'-- 1 r4''wii'-'" ''.w-y:tKr'f
A CountV Council of Social Sr-
vice . Agencies was ' organised i in
KenansviUe last Friday moraine
when representatives from all sec
tions of the county gathered In the
Court House at the call of Mrs.
Harvey Boney, County Welfare
Agent Mrs. W. B. Ayc
. Aycock, a na-
N., C. State, College, having com-
With the addiUon to the County
Rent's force it will now be posaf-
ble for he or Mr. McLendon to dl
aWe more Ume to ejctension work
in the county.
r. may b uwrnea ana naa.aoe
frricsncr Murdercr ri;
Whila V orking Side C;
Oh Clxahi Gang J h u red a 7
Aharon Baptist Churh
i -V April 9,1935
PROGRAM. V -Worship
- Rev. J. L.
The Church. In Relation
Rev. -A. J. Smith.
The Chutch in Relation
to the World - Rev. E. N. Johnson.
" 11:15 . Music Recognition of
Messengers, etc. -
Members. 1 --',
12:00 - The Church in Relation
to the Kingdom of God - Rer. M.
O. Alexander, General Missionary
of State Board. A
12:30 Noon Recess. '
. ; - . 2:00 Worship Rev. W. P. Page
9 ; ::.. ) 2:10 The Church Teaching the
m't-Word Rev: Chas. -Howard.
! , 2:40 :- The Church Training Its
, . .Members' - Rev. R.'c. Foster.
3:10 - Church Trusteeship - Dr.
F. Marshburn. -..
40 - Adjournment
' o v .
The Kenansville-Warsaw Rotary
Club entertained the" forensic vic-
oi ine ciuo presiaea ana preseiiieu
the following guests': Misses Fran-
Brooks, Amelia jFatnor, isva
Carter.. Uohel Qrady ftnd Wooten
Herring. stodeOU and Mr.Tripp,
membeBr , tne Wtr)law tt6my
. Misses Brooks sstf Farrlor and
. - ,
Messrs urady and Herring repre-
llu, vM i-tiw
t SUte-wtde triangular debate.
:... ... j. ....... .. . . j ' ..
winnine notn tne amrmauve ana
should' adept1 poHey ertendipg
th. . t , J.r..:JLl- , - . . f
xeams,- OlSCUBBOa I Or a lew
minute the question ' giving
pointers oa both the affirmative
and negative aides.
The program was concluded ' by
Miss Carter who gave the reading
with which she won the school hon
ors: "Sweet Girl Graduate." '
' Rotariaa Jimmy Jerrltt told the
club of some of Minnesota's out
Each guest was given the' floor
and expressed their appreciation
tive ot4)uplin .attended the meet-i
ibg and explained the purpose of
u. , i. ii..
vc WW. , , w t
brlng together their work under a
county head to make for better
service and less overlapping. 1 .' '
1 Officers elected at the meeting
Friday are as follows: ' '
Presldentr Faisoa McOowanjj V
presldent, Dr. G.V. Gooding; Sec
retary-Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. live
say. Committees: Publicity,' Bob
Grady, Gay Wells and Mr. Butler;
Membership Committee, Mr. jos
tle, Dr. Qulnn, -Mesdamea Tommle
Gresham, N. B.1 Boney and Jojin
Freeman, Program Committee, Dr.
Gooding, Mesdames RiVert Jdhn
son, Ni B." Boney, Harvey Boney
and H. 1a. Stevens, Jr. tl VI,
' Mrs, 'Harvey Boney was asked
to appoint a committee from each
township to meet with the Council
at, the next meeting to be held
April 56th. ,
' ,rf 5 o-
Washington. Figures from the
.u"r'. .:7'r: - -
. rZ7 - .i Z 1 ,a T
every secUott .of ,the world, with
the excepuon of Europe, .during
1.- v I
Joe Home, white prisoner,'1' age - '
24, serving a . four to twelve year
term, for highway robbery, was' "
killed by a fellow-prisoner. Charlie
Green, white, last Thursday morn- ::; ;; f.
tag while they were at work side ... '(
by side on( a, rca4 14 this .cqynty 5 '
aboui. ten miles east JC Kevans- '
Hornb and Green had toeen.. .at. i . ' . ;v
outs for some time and Green , i
made a statement to ne .of the
giiards, according to reports,, that - - '
he was going to kill Home that '
day. The guard lightly passed, it ,
up. '... ..:: v- J .. '
Green and Horae were" working , j '
side by'siSe about nine o'clock In , ' ;
the morning 'when Green sudden-1 ,'',, ., u
ly hit Home on the Ttead .with the .'- - '
side Of Jan axe blade! Home's skull - ' v
Was ffttctlired. 'Be was fushed 'to "J, - ' ,
a Gtoldsboro hospital where he died , .
at 3:30 in the afternoon never re-'' '
gaining consciousness. - -.- - v t ,
Horne was serving a., f ourv to -" ' ).
twelve year term for jjlghway.rob-.t. '
bery. having been convicted and ... .
sentenced Tn High Point about two B t ' , J -and
one half .years., as''Hc,,WJ,.'..'''.f-;''''T.li:.,
sent to the Duplln'pri8on. camp'"a -.j.j.:
" -o ' ..'r -.i ,
Green was sentenced'td' SO years c
In a Greenville court 'for murder. ' '''i.i:ir
He has been in Duplin some .over -a
a year. He was immediately. car-t.;fc-i.-j v
ried to the State prison in, Raleigh.
ine nature oi me quarrel was., .. .;...(
not learned. l" -!-.' -h
Opens Electric . . . ;
Shop In Warsaw ' ,
A. T,. Wrench and Robert M. Her
ring, Jr.. of. Warsaw opened .the ', , , '
Electric. Service Repair Shop- there " ' i i , :
in the building nex -door to Froz-: ' ?
en .Delight ace.Cream.JParlorl ou . .. -, :' '':;.
Monday of this week, ,
. Mr. Wretich has 'been with .the, ( i,
local office of the Tide Water Pow-' v ; j
ec Company. , for the past . 15"
Clintosp where be.; bad' been-in. the
electrical business kiaseises;" -Mr.
.-Herring contracted.'' house
wiring .in Washington City for a
time. and. spent a year in the wir
nig business in LaGrange.
. Botb Mr. . Herring and Mr.
Wreneh "are graduates of electrical '
schools ' and are licensed electri
cians. They are familiar with. a.U
Wiring- requirements of tbe..'$wie
Water Power Company , ami the
Nations Code Authority.: '.Their
work is done on a guarantee basis. -tee
Electric Service Shop, phone 68,
will engage in a general elecjric,- ,.
business,- doing all 'kinds 'of repair-'
nig, radio, refrigerator, house wir
ing, by the Job or contracting
. In their, experience la the electri- '
cal business, neither man has ever
had a Job turned down on them by
inspectors, which is a record worth
mentioning. Their work is highly
The following marriage licenses
were issue by Register Outlaw dur
ing the past week. f
Herman Edens, 22 of Wayne
County and Ethel Florence Parish
20, of Pupl Cojjnty.
Norman Anderson, 22 and Alma
Whaley, 17, both of Duplin.
Lena Heath, ,22and Mary Eason,
18. both of Duplin.
t tlnkn A A mamm QO J 1 1. V
'"' "t. '
waiter C. Brown,
36, and Elma
Jones,. 30, both .of Duplin. "
.Aimer Pe)rce, 22 and frene Hen
derson, 18, both of Duplin.
James Powers, 38 and Sudie Tur
ner, 33. both of Duplin. '
Jesse Ezzell, 26 and Hattie Mac
iCarr, 15,, both, of Dupltn, .
I jrae norace uannerman, in,
nd, Marie. Boney, 18, both of Dup
lin.- , .
Adolph Southerland, ,22 and
Phoebft Qreen, 21, both of Duplin.
George McNeal; 25 and Eloise
Turlington, 19, both of 'Sampson '
11 ' O ' .
ITNHCRT IN TRAIN SMASH
Punxsutawney. Pa. Stopping
t his locomotive and expecting to
bee the two occupants of an auto
mobile into which bis train, had"
Just smashed, either dead or badly
injursd, the engineer was astonish-'
ed to find Mr. and Mrs.'Mlchacl s
Kasun unhurt on the pilot of the
engine. 3ft yards from-where-the -
helped down from their precarious
Ka8un drove hFto car HB.,
lu wn power to . for , ;
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