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' - n splendid garden reports
Duplin Club -.Members
out the fall, winter' , and
were forwarded to State
i t In Foods and Garden In
, H this week. . -.
a v hmers in Duplin are: Mrs.
J. I -ir Rock Fish Club,, First
I i-a. J. L. Miller. Miller
'. "ond prize; Mrs. Zack Wll
,, E. F. Grady Club,., Tblrd
s'an i Mrs. Willie Mercer, Mil-
Cib, Fourth prize.
a f .jt prize winner will re
v i r CO and. the second winner
: : X These winners wiU also com
i i with other contestants
.out the state for fe prize
. :, ) which is ! ; offered
i i l.-t reoort fro'j i y com' J.
1 e U-i d anJ fourth i winners
t 51 receive attractive t merclal
zes. y ," ' . v . '
' " a report rJf the first ' '
-s follow: ,
Uy Year-f 'i Garden
1o ITy l.-ily-Ey Mrs.
. R. . Wart. "Seek T "I ';
i.e I" J, N. C, Fh-. '.Um
It Is well to find an excuse foi
i lug tUlngs you enjoy and there
la at least a"0 0I4e ,or growing
a year-round garden. It has meant
much to the health of my family
welt as saving u 'much money.
' e vegetables you buy may not be
and are w picked young
ei.oceh or they may be picked too
young. i; ..- .
We have one acre in our garden.
We prepared the . soil good before
renting by turning twice mad then
i ked the. ground well.' Our nest
5 .nl food" is stable manure. This
i s broadcasted over the garden. :
I M vegetable crops, . for the
t part, belong to -the leafy
- p of vegetables and 'require
i u X or heavy fertilization - in
- - promote rapid v growth
i -ntlal for high quail-
(sncro"" "re late
... - . ;Hg
,, i raa. i.
, . ch-Uge, mustard.
U. tender-green, which
i us mustard spinach, ruta-
t , t id the proverbial collard
a.i t . '.p,
. F ch ..although unpopular
wl'h s .all boys, is one of our best
leafy vegetables for f all use.- Ours
was ready to use within M days
and was not hurt By e cow.w--An
during the winter we had a
nice variety oi vegeu:-
in rive our neignoors misi,
;rlned. variety of,
t.MMinii fruits tender that i
we might have a serving of three I w'th.wtemVns ! tertained their husbands at a fish
or four vegetable, everyday, "d1 Xrt7TtoeWor Friday evening from 5:00 to
one or more servings Of mill, vveig Nat0nal Championship." pi3 tTcteck. , , , -
learn m our ciuu -i
m.- ,mA tlMlth we SnOUld'
t ninv: rood neaim wv
have it least three serving of yeg
eUblesf dally; a leafjrvegetable, a
starchy one, and another, prefer
ably of the root family.' Miss Mary
Thomhs, State Food Specialist, and
our county Home Agent recom
v mends these foods M a good sour
ce of vltamms,an4 alsot,,they sup
ply us ' with mineral matter And
roughage. " ' ,
In early January we started our
spring garden and now have grow
ing, cabbage," lettuce, Alaska peas
-(according to Mr. Morrow's advice.
I am following his garden plan for
Eastern N. CO onions, beet, c"" . sunday. You are extended a spec-.ward Maxwell, Hugh' . Maxwell,
rots, -mustard, Irish potatoes, eel-, lnvtat,oa to attend these aer-J Misses Pennle Smith,, Viola West
ery. corn, squash,, egg pwnt. totvice. Preaching wiU be held atlbrook. Hestef and Ruby. ; Mae
beans. We have spent 50. for
seeds., we usea me r" """ I held at these churches one hour be
We spent only 14.00 f or fertilizer,. f w nour f preaching. The
and nave boiu, w .. -7
iar 'worth -of vegetables.. If we
count" the amount saved in money
U 1 pur garden the figures would
ma into hundreds as we are a
fan y of eight.. . ,
I love to go into the garden In
I'd nrnlng when things are ov
( 1 with dew, .and the earth
1 so good, to decide which to
1 1. aner. I think of my city
, h (Tacouraglng it. must
j clde at a market, when the
Vs have lost tlnelr flrm
i, not to mention the flavor,
' vihlch ones to buy. . , .
ri33 MArca: green
pie-cutting was held In honor
I"ad?re Green in the lobby
V.. Cuirn's store, Friday,
h. Invited guests included
it of honor, Miss Green,
L. Ferrell, Mrs. C. E.
"i E. U Qulnn, Miss
. ' .' 1, l.:.'ssers Joe Qulnn,
s 1, j, O. Bowman,- Jr.,
, . om-
: - i Contest
GOES TO STATE WIET.
; IN JT0NB -U
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Topping the list in district live
stock judging .contest held at
Rocky Mount recently, Alton Smith
a member of the Warsaw voca
tional Agriculture Department, un
der the direction of J. D. Miller,
local teacher; ; won the right to
compete to the State F. F. A. con-,
test to be held at Raleigh some
time in June. !,.,.u L- VM'
, Each year vocational agriculture
students, numbering more than five
thousand,; compete in a series of
eliminations- contests throughout
va state, whereby sixteen winners
e picked, who later will assemble
t the state contest at Bute Col
1 1. The four high scorers In this
cou neat co -Mtse the team that win
later re' nt North CaroBna in
Kansas I y at the American Roy
nl Live.:. :k Exposition, which Is
h 3 1 is October..-, - 5
"tbtae livestock contest are spon
sored by the N. . C Department of
Vocational Agriculture, in co-oper-
ation with the Future Farmers of ;
America, to stimulate a wider
range of interest among the farm
ers and farm boys in growing good
livestock.: Much stress has been
laid on a well balanced program Of
agriculture, and the live-at-home
campaign. And It is a well known
fact that no farm program Is well
rounded out without the addition
of plenty of good livestock and
poultry. It n the. aim of the Vtw
catlonal Forces in promoting these
contests to stamp out, in so far as
possible the various classes of
scrub animals" and poultry J now
commonly found on many farms in
North Carolina. ' ' '
' The state and national ton'
(V"' t rf Jii'" 'Inf'll'X f "
HvesUiwii l , j ,- " '
Dairy-' cows, fceef ' cows, K. j,
Horses,': 8heep; Poultry and the
identification of meat cuts. ; E.ch
boy Judges all of the-above classes
and a composite score is kept, The'
high scorer-at The American Roy
al is then declared National Cham-',,
pion.- . - -
xne American noyai snow is uie
finest of iU kind in the United
States and possibly the entire
world. It is a great stimulus for
to make good Judges.
)., . ... .
7 m to this I
' J1J 9 . . .T. ..,
valuable prizes are given the
. : . . . . .
years scholarship to any agricul
ture 'college in America. It is to be
hoped that Alton Smith, who rep
resents the Warsaw Vocational
Agriculture Department In the' fi
nals will ' come through in good
style and place on the final team,
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, . .Sunday
' imivK nnnnMAM. Paster
4 b...4... sii vnimr nun,
rr'.Tm at GiWMr. Andrew Patemm. Mr. Jieur-
Hallsville at n:ou ana.ai otan -
fQrd fct j.30 Sunday school wlU be
public i invited.
Cypress Creek; News
Mr. Haywood WilUams has made
his home In Rose HIU where he
will auctioneer strawberries uus
season; Mrs. Haywood WUUams
has gone to live with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hemie retrce near
Mr. and Mrs. David James en
tertained at a peanut shelling Mon
day night. ' -
Mr .and Mrs. Demle Halao of
Mill Swamp visited relatives : of
this section Saturday, night -and
Sunday. . , .
1 Mr. and Mr,. Joe' Raynor nad
children visited Mrs. Raynofs mo
ther near Richlands Sunday. V ' ,r
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Maready of,
Mill Swamp visited Mr .and Mrs.
Russell James Sunday, ' '
Mr .and Mrs. A. E. James, Mr.
Haywood ' Williams and Mr. N.
Brown made a- business trip to
Wilmington last Saturday,
Mr. O. J. Hunter of cypress
Creek accompanied Mr. Joshua
Jones of Eeu'avllle to see his bro-
oumlther. Mr. Albert Jones near Foun
tains Cross F.or-!s Sunday.
A special Sunrise Service will be
held in KeranayilSe Park Sunday
morning at aout S:40 A. M. Music
will be furnished by. the male Quar
tet, s , , '; .-- ' x-
' We p.t r'"ning this" year to
4 rive Dtteaut of the evenU that
took place on we. Kesur,recuuu
Morning. The Grave and the three
Crosses will be seen by the morn
tag group and the different per
sons who were connected with that
event will be seen, carryir? out
their parts. - The scene of t!e pad-
he audience that It will have a sa-l
cred effect and the three1 crosaesf
will be seen against the sky line. : r
The people of Kenansvllle and of
the community are Invited to wor
ship with u in this service.
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Our Easter Creed;?
Now is Christ risen front, the
dead' hd become the first fruit
of them that slept; For since by Chinquapin, iasi ween ana reports ;. entertained a numaer of ma inenas The weatner man nas surety puu
maa came death, by man came al-1 that;. Mr. Hardlson Ja wgetUng 8t a barn notching.; - , : . ' ted s last one this season. Just
so the resurrection of the, dead. I along so well ' His condition is ;: little Julia Scott and Griggs) when everything looked lovely for
For as In Adam all die, even sa in 'much worse and bejls confined. to Dickens have beep chosen: mascots a Cine Easter, Just when merchants
Christ all be made alive: Christ
the first ' fruits , afterward they
that are ChrisVf 4 eontAf . -Then
cometh the end when He
ball deUvev'up the Kingdom of
H u. fc.y. ail ettemles '
reigntn e nam put " euenl'0"
iinitor Hia fHt. The 'last enemy
that shall he destroyed is death.
1st Cor. 15th Cbapt, '
i mLm Margaret Wood: Mr.
and Mrs. Gorman ""V -Mrs.
Bertie Southerland, Floyd and. Ray
I Bnnkarlanrf ; villtMl MM. AdonhUS
Thigpen of Chinquapin Sunday af-
Mr .and sirs. O. V. Lanier and
son Vernon spent Sunday
Mrs. Lanlera mother, Mrs. Bailie
Strapton of near cyprew ineen, ;
Mr.' fend Mrs. ' Stephen Raynor
tnd cdten-' attended the birthday
i met- at Mr. Enoe Lanlers Sun-
. .' J..: r 1 "Km ' !b "viallu.g
Uev kduchter, &u. J- H. Jnekson
of Kenansville thta weelf ' .
-: Misr Ruth Pickett visited; Mtss
Annie'Rae Thigpeay Sunday.. 1
Mr. and Mrs. MaJton Lanier and
Mr. and Mr. Berry. Raynor made
business trip to Klnstoit Satur-
-..day. - . , - J
R P, Grady Wives ;
" The members Of the B, F. Gradys
'womans Demonstration Club en
The afrairaa new ai axweuB
j... a. u : liuihnuat
weather tne uan were ineu u w,
mill house. Iced ten was ' served
also. Mr. Hugh Maxwell returned
thanks. A nice Ume was enjoyed
by all.''' r I; ' i . r
: The following were presents Mr.
and Mrs. P. E. Shoulara, Mr. and
Mn ' Walter Smith, Mr and Mrs.
Troy Smith, Mr. and Mrs; S. R.
Chestnut, . Mr. and Mr. K.- J.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace,
Mr. and Mrs Zack .WilUams, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Miles, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Wallace, Mrs,
Potters HiU News
Mr .and Mrs. -A. O. BosUc and
Mrs. Lettie HaU attended the birth
day dinner of Mr. G. W. Shepherd,
of middle Sound Sunday. - .
Mr. Herman Smith wrecked his
car last week while passing Mr.
were Injured. ut Mr. Smith s car
was seriously damaged.
The Spring Revival will begin at
t h e Limestone Chapel Advent 1 ' T' . 'T
ChrisUan church. Thursday evening Wayne County that aegro was
April 18th and continue through ftwnd dead In
Sunday. April 21. Everyone is in- Cal ypso. Jr
vlted to. attend. Mnf to report, has been dead appa-
Mr. 2nd MrsOdell Eaaon werently 80 days. Coroner Smlth was
the guest of Mr. Carrie '7.
4" . ..(".--, identified at the time of writing.
1 Mrs. Q. - It. Qulnn 'and children r 1 oruieu nor mi.,.-
were the guest of Mrs. Quinn's f a-' and great-grandchildren. , . '- ' ' The Maysville Home Demonstra
ther,' Mr. Jim Taylor Sunday af-l Mr. C. Houston was the guest of tlon club gave their husbands,
ternoon. : - ' I Miss Inez Qulnn Sunday I sweethearts and children a fish fry
Miss Thelma Bostlo spent the' Messrs Perry Hall and ! BatUe rand picnic ' at helr ., community
week with Mr. and Mrs. Eddjc thljrpen Were the guest of Misses building, April 2nd.
Thigpen of Beulaville. ' ' lOseM and Dessle Edwards Sunday. ! ' Mesdame D. O. Thompson, S.
Funeral services were held at the h ' Miss - Ronnie Qulnn entertained N. SulWon-from Mt Olive visited
Sand Hills ; Premltave - Baptist .at a quilUng party Monday after- Mr, Q. W. Beat Friday. t
church airirv afternoon for Mrs. noon. The following were her guest asmmsBnx a
Julia Houston. Ehe was one of our
oldest and t ' 't lnved rentdents. She
was 82 ye. !. ' e i ""1
I bv two seras I 1
3 well as
Cc.l x ...
' A BIP-t I
D , i(
for .. :
vk:h, f t
pnl .-c i
held l.i t
Kotwe i .
tho V" '
r ' f the Voters
nansvflle . Is
6efr In ' " the
t House - on
1 22nd, 19S5,
or and" Com
a of Kenans
- e, years, ''
n, as' luw al-ed-at
town, will be
H9S5. .., ,
Ice thai only
qated at this
r on the tick-;
, 4 -. i r
t" J Mayor. ' e
et to be v
1. E. i
Clerk, " -J-
Mrs. j Harvey
worker, vUitedL Ear) Hardlson-, of
Jhrlst'his bed,.., , f ' ,
Mr .and Mrs. wiutejavoua were .
m antiuit. tit , Mr.; and;. Mrs. L. M
ir.7 . . , f . jtim.
Whitfield SunUuy afternoon. :.; '
- j: rsflimuMj'miHMim u
.attended the funt.aj services , oc,.
(the infant or Mr. ana urs, JumeBt
Houston near , ivfinfiiisvlUe Sunday er of the mill, kindly extended to
afternoon.- 1 . - ''r Vithe ladies the privilege of. having
Mrlwu Alphia visited Mr Wl-
tie Stroud Fridav ternoon. V t .
-Mr. Donnle .U Barnett nd
Miss Mary Ruth roud were, the
guests, of I ... s ier Westbrook
Saturday af term u, . ,
-, Mn .and Mrs I He,tt Chambers,
Mr And Mrs. V; Ji Stroud,, Mrs,
fiJPearl Wallace. Mr. Donnie,!!
Stroud were the guests of Mrs. Nel-
"tf" "'"'""'v -
Everyone t Wry t4 know that
Mr. B1U Herring, v iio)iu a stroke
- Mr. Stephen
improving from his spell of' sick
ness:" . i. f
Mr, Wilhe Stroud and daughter
Mary Ruth were the guests of Mrs.
Ev Blalock- Tuesday afternoon.
V Miss Viola. Westbrook was -the
guest of- Mr. Jamie Smith Friday
afternoon.'1'!'. . ' ' -
-' Mr. Donnle Lewis Barnett was
the. guest- of Miss Mary Ruth
Stroud Sunday. During' the after
noon! theyxi went to Kenansville
stockade-on a sight seeing trip
. Mr-Harvie luszeue la apenenng
a i few. weeks with Mr. Sam Mas-
sey. - '5?
The -crows have been-eating the
chickens of Mr. Will Stroud's late-
ly.j. f. A'i
Mr." Donnie Barnett visited his
first cousins, Mr. and. Mrs. An
drew Jones Friday afternoon. Their
plan-was to go fishing to the South
West Mitt Pond but it rained so
hard-, until they ,couldn carry out
their plans -i '.,!'??,!.''" -
meat ing last Tuesday afternoon In
the home of Mrs. Joe Hilt Wallace,
which was held by Mrs. Fairer.
Mft'jOllver Herring had: a barn
notching Saturday.' Jt great num
ber of people attended.
c Oil O SRJT WMIWIV rwivwu .'
Dpny Turner Thursday afternoon.
Mr; Eva Blalock visited Mrs
' Mr. Park Holmes and Mr. Leon
Heath made a business trip to Ken
ansville Friday morning. '1 -
Mrs., Billy Barnett and son Don
nle ' and daughter Katie -? visited
Mrs. Jagold Stroud Thursday after
noon,. . '
' Mr: and Mrs. George Dunn went
to ' Mount Olive shopping Satur-
- 0' ' ..
Negro Dead Month
Found Near Calypso
As we went to press thia week
Sheriff Williamson was Investigate
. L , CI 14
I 1 .... .Jgg 1 , Ii.. .
Misses Inea and -Vendetta Qulnn,
Mesdame Edmond Brown, DenJ,
-,,f-ni win nnhum -
r. - al people from here attend-
fed t..i fciiow at Beulavlilo High
Dr. Geo. Howard To! j
Speak At Kenansville
, The closing " exercises oi , me i
m. with the operetta of the Elem-,
entary Department On Sunday
7:48 p. m, the Class Sermon will i
be preached by Rev. F. B.. Joyner
of Faison, who is also "pastor; of
the local Methodist Church; Con-
tinulnir with the hour of 78 pt
m. throughout, the Senior Class
will have their,Night ; Thursday,-;1
the 25th., and the climax will ebme i
with the Graduating Exercises on
the evening of Friday the 26th. At!
this time Dr. George Howard, Pro i
feasor of Education at the Unlver-i
; miy ca worui tjaronna wiw .uouvcr
' the address. To all. these exercises
the public is corauuiy .invwea.
Jt. rVliraoy WeWS ?' 'laiize,
a t 1 .' "i. 1 1 1 1 0 '' :' j
' Mr." Paul Wllkms of Oak Grove
scent last Saturday hurht and Sun-
rtv with Mr mmnrA nll. "'!
. bast Friday, Mr- Benh.e Outlaw f
of the Senior Class of B.
Misses Kattle Pear) Wllkins spent
(jasx oaiuraay nignt wun reianves ,
; In Oak Grove. . - - j
vm. ia: t.-., ,
Tbe Home DemonstraUon Club
v:.menKJemJWine unuiy cum-
well's, MU1 Pond last' Friday ev-
ening Mr. Durward Maxwell own-
ntertainments,there, at anytime,
MUsrLola Westln of Deep. Run
spent last week With friends in the
B. )p, Orady community. "
j. lMrfc. w. B. Joneg spent last week
&i with her nelce; Mr, D. r. Kor.
I negay 0f jnil. 1 -
iMii' Mr -fi!. Smith unent Uat
rlne Whitehurst.' Martha 'Griggs
and Carr -f - v., .,
I . Mr. sJtul Mrs. Carl H. Walker ana
j Misses ' Martha Griggs, - Kathetihe
whitehurst end 'Sarah' Carr went
of Warsaw spent last Sunday with
thelr uncle, Mr. Frank Wilkin. ening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hill spent Mrs. Tankard and the Misses
last Sunday night with Mr. and Tankard of Bath were here Sun
Mr C B. Herring of Bethel. day. a guest of Miss Helen Tan
Mr. P, E. Shoular's farm class kard, of the school faculty,
had its meeting at Mr. Bill Good- Rev. Harold J. Dudley, Presby
Ings last Thursday night. They all terian minister of Kinston, deliver
enjoyed a fish fry after the meet-ied the baccalaureate sermon to
ing. . the graduating class of the local
Mr and Mrs. -A. J. Dickson and school. Sundav afternoon. It was
Mr .and Mrs. Alton Scott the mas-'
' cota parents, entertained the B. F.
Grady Senior Class anorns home
room teacher, MUs Sarah Cattj oa
' weiner roast at tne CWf last
Friday evening. After enjoying a
"hearty feed," the crowd went to
Mrs; Scott's home and
had a big
Last Tuesday evening, Mr. Boo
Maxwell attended a banquet, giv
en by the East Carolina Merchants
Association in Kinston. '
The baccalaureate sermon of B.
F. Grady high school wan. preached
last Sunday afternoon by Rev. C.
B. Maahburn, pastor of the Christ
ian church in Farmville. Rev.
Maahburn delivered, a very inspir
ing ; mAtajuifl'A ad the suhtact.
j "Sportsmanship." " Special music
I WAR mine- hv Misses Bessie Korne-
Imv MaW IV Smltk mnl Ttlrlv
BJ J -- - j
- man, Victoria Kornegay and Sarah
Mrs. Gat Kornegay and Misses
Bessie2 Kornegay, Lucille Cruch,
and -Tessie Smith went to Kinston
last Saturday afternoon.
, o ,
The Maysville Home Demonstra
tion Club met and held theia April
mfino' with Mrs. J. M. Holland
' Friday afternoon, April 12th., 1935.
Plans . were made to attend the
federation in Kenansville, April 19.
One new member was added.- Ice
cream and cake was served by the
. On the sick list here are Mrs.
Mabel Faulk, Miss Belle Grady and
Mrs. Lela Wells with flu. Mr. R. a
Pate with pneumonia,1 Mr. o: W.
Best with rhumitism and the chil
dren of Mr. and Mts. C. S. Jones.
On Sunday. April the- 14th the
children and relatives .ana inenas
of Mrs. Joe Hlnes met and cele-
n.u v.i-l..u .,lk
school Thursday evening.
A large number attended -cnoir
Tir at th hnnut of Mr. and
Mrs. U'M. Bosto Wednesday ev -
tic Mold Reported In
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tiA Nftt MIirtiniT i;; I
Ww , - . t.J.
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i Some worry and apprehension is,
twin feir over ' the . .strawberry,
crop u Duplin as a result of the
coW weather, Tne berries would be
retiring north at a rapid pace now
jf the weather man bad not' fooled"
u,.. Agent Mclendon says -that
there j, little need to worry. The
crop & better berries will be a lit-
late At first the nemes wmeu. . .
k white spotted but a few good ' The disease Is first noticed, by a -
warm days will eliminate this and
the expected good crop will mater -
Wonthor Man Pll lis A
Fast One, Ice & Snow
were, getting jubilant over pros-
IpecU.of a fine Easter business.
the weather ups and turns winter
ume ; sw, ytcumcbubjt uuii
found heavy, coats of frost in pla-
ces , where , the wind was not so
a,h h hhh wan not
t .. ,.
m OTwhth mtv fiurrtea of
ening. put. weatner propneis yei
hoia h,ope for.a warm week-ena.
Pink Hill, News
: MesUames J. 11." Jones, T. A.
Turner, Ike Stroud, Alton Tyndall
and Miss Ruth Turner visited the
Azolea Gardens at Wilmington
P. T. A officers Installed recent
ly were; President.; Mrs. S. M. Lee;
Vice-president, Mra.T. A. Turner;
Secretary,'; Mra,v; Melvta: t Jones;
Treasurer, Mr. Hi E. M'siwe.
l U' 'A '-ttfc'JlfcVMiie-wefe.!
MI. JHHI un. . UCMO.MlU
17ZZZiZ-ZFl !'Kii -
Commerce in Kinston Tuesday ev-
! Miss Ruth Turner "left recently
for Greensboro and Charlotte to
Bpend some time. At Charlotte she
will be an attendant in the wedding
of Miss Elizabeth Motte, a former
classmate at Queene-Chiivaro Col-
Mr .and Mrs.. J. B. Gray and
daughter of Wilson and Mr. and ,
Mrs. Thomas Heath of Kinston '
visited relatives here Sunday. I
Mesdames Annie Jones, T. A.
Turner, J. J. Smith, Ike Stroud,'
Floyd Heath and Miss Lula Tyn
dall attended a meeting of the Wo
mans Auxiliary of the Presbyter-j
ian church at Smith's Chapel Sat
urday afternoon. j
Honoring Members of the school
faculty and others, . Mrs. Jones
Smith entertained at four tables
of contracti bridge at her home
here Toasday afternoon.
"Attractive novelties were pre
sented Miss Doris Turner and Mrs. '
J. Melvin Jones for High Score'
and floating prizes respectively.
Mrs; Smith was assisted by Mrs.
Ike Stroud in serving a salad'
course with tea. Players making up (
the tables were; Misses Doris Tur-,
ner, Rosa Lee Saied, Ruth Wil-.
Hams, Cell Maxwell, Mary Ward, '
Ruth Hough, Jessie Wetherington,
Pauline Robinson, Mesdames Jas-I
per UmiU. Ike Stroud, Floyd
Heath, Ebora Ptttman, Floyd May,
Melvin ' Jones. Mrs. Horace Tyn
dall and the hostess.
':-',;., :' .0
Mrs. ZilUe Hunter of Cedar Fork
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Edwards. J
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. WUliama
l anent Sundav at Mr. Ira Edwards.
Misses Ruth and Vera Edwards
Messrs Tom, Paul George, John the Sharon Baptist church of Chin
Edward Lanier and Wiley, Bryan quapln last Tuesday,
went to the show at Wallace Sat-! - Messrs. Carl Smith; Luther and
urday. ' . . Will MiUer made snstwnss trip
Mr.' Norman Dail, Miss Naomi to Kenansville Saturday.
Edwards wen. for a short ride Sun-1' A very large number attended
day P, M ) 1 preachnig at the Hallsville. B&pt-
- Miss Isobel Brlnson has returned 1st church Sunday and. "-Sunday
from Kinston hospital where she night
ha undergone' an operation, She Messrs John .Wesley Veach, Ro
has had very many friends to vis- land and Mark Langston of near,
It her. t- ' ' t Warsaw were the guest of Misse
Misses Josephine, Lacy and Ed- Mary Lou Bottle, Aldene Hines and
na, Brlnson of Cedar Fork . were ' Elma Carroll Sunday evening. .
1 visitors of Miss Goldy Mabley Sun-
day. ' - - k
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B,ue mold on .tobacco 1 been
reported on looacca ovum m uuhi
County. This disease is r that is
very easily transported f- -one :
bed to another by the wfnd or any
object that may come in contact
with diseased planU and come in
contact with other plants: It does
its most serious Injury to growing
planU during cool, damp weather, :.
more especially so if the cloth is .
left on the bed or the bed is shad-'
scortched, yellowish appearance
and as the disease progresses in its
destruction of the leaves tney do-
come covered with blue v spores
wh'ch r seed8 the plant disease
growing on the tobacco plant leav-, '
es. In case the disease is 'not
ly killed except the bud leaves,;
which leaves the plant unsatiafac-1;
tory for transplanting to-the field; i:
There is no preventive for, the )
Blue Mold and the only remedy of
proven worth is jninshme and.
During warm sunny days the bed
cover, should be removed and v
plants exposed to direct sunlight. ''
Caution should be used in replac
ing the cover at night if there la
any danger of frost With thia
tntjitmnnt Nilrstn Af Hodft. WlmiM '
be applied to the bed immediately ;
upon the appearance of the df
sease. " ' .
It will pay tobacco growers to .
visit their tobacco beds' at least
once each day if not more often to
apprehend the disease and not let '
it spread before any measures are :
taken to prevent ft.
Mlaa DeBa Kennedy Spent Jaat
Thursday night with Miss Doris
Miller. '" ' .-- ' "
Mrs. Leon Platock spent Batur-
infclltLwlth IP -Mrs.
'I)Wi Blalock: 'r
Messrs H. N. Bostic and Ned
Houston made a business' trip to
Kenansville Saturday morning.
The Auxiliary meeting was held
at Mrs. Neal Smith's Saturday af
ternoon, A vary large number at
tended. A delicious course of
chicken salad sandwiches, pickles,
iced tea and) eakft were served.
Mr. Joseph Brinkley of Chin
quapin and' Miss Mcy Miller vis
ited Mis Etma Carroll Saturday
Quite a number from here at
tended the Primary Operetta "Pe
ter Rabbit" at Beulaville High
School Auditorium Friday night.
1r. Bill Quinn of Chinquapin
was visitor of Miss Fannie Mae
Miller Saturday night.
Miss Llna Blalock visited her
sister, Mrs. Edd Houston Satur
Mrs. Carlton Bostic of Dubbin,
N. C. spent last week with her
sister, Mrs. Ned Houston.
Mr. Hobson Scott spent Satur
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mesdames James, Harry and
Charlie Miller and Walter L. Wade
visited in Hallsville Saturday night
Misses Minnie Wade and Doris
Miller visited in Hallsville Satur
day P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kennedy
spent Sunday with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Houston. .
Miss Mary Lou Bostic spent Sun
day with Miss Elma Carroll.
Miss Doris Miller spent the week
end with Miss Minnie Wade.
Miss Aldene Hines spent Sun
day With Miss Vera Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and
children visited relatives near Mag
Mr. Leslie Turner was the guest
of Miss Mary Grace Sumner Sun
Rev .and Mrs. Lonnie Powers
and daughter, Mary Ellen spent
Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. Alston
Mr. and Mrs. Alston Carroll and
Mr, Ray Carroll and Misses Elmn
Carroll, Aldene Hines and Macy
Miller attended the Association at
n- f Mr. Rom Jsrrnan visited In town
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