) 1 i.:
i la i .ciu C..a
Governor I t lfit no
r time In iw". t t a. part
!' of the Si. "s's i -" within 24
hours after the trial solicitor, H,
L. Koonts, who. prosecuted them,
bad completed his investigation
and proved the facts related by
Lowe. ( " -,
Although the papers to free Pal
mer and Fowler were signed late
' Wednesday, they did their turn at
' chore at Cary yesterdiyPalmer
in the shoe shoo and Fowlef waah
tag clothes and doing Inside Jobs.
Lat. today the pardons were dis-
patched to the camp superintend
' antnd today the men will be re
leased!' Bridgeman, too, will get
his freedom . - ''' ..
Fowler said he '"didn't even
know the bank had been robbed
until I was picked up by the of -
" fleers back In 1932." Palmer said
he "heard about it at a dance the
night after it happened, - but 1
v .wasn't anywhere near Denton.
Both of the youths said they
. "didn't know Bridgeman at air
tipl ! or un-
j .-o tonsiUUs. Should I Tite Community r.a etingr w .
cks result In pus forma-', hell Saturday night, April 20 i
--"Aas and pain; in which with good attendance, but : we; 3
a either break or has to very, disappointed because Mrs.
d .allowing the pus to es- Simons did not attend or give the
... V.T?- - -; orotrram as expected. After the
ed. Such, tonsils should be remov- business of the meeting some gam
ed as are menanos to health and is were played and Jokes were told,
only effective mode of treating adjourned to meet again May
v.. ' - i ..' .-;; . .. the loth. ; -'! i - - -
wnatf mseasea vwouumhhw
Results From Diseased tonsils f
The tonsillar structuflfr situated
as they are. at the very gateway
to both the respiratory and diges
tive systems, when affected by di
sease become at once a distributing
point for germs to infect, through
the blood stream and lymphatic
glands, every tissue of the body.
They are often-: responsible tor
Joint diseases, muscular diseases,
like myalgia1 or so-called rheuma
tism, for chronic middle-age diseas
es, many of the serious forma of
heart disease, acute and chronic
kidney diseases, . and the direct
until they were thrown in . Jail cause of some serious eye trouble,
together to await trial, and they . .
anamiltf Viunv MnmA ' J TT.. lln-,11 XT ' " '
MmlMll "wii mill 'South VUIC fWB
Carolina; but had been . In
The Ladies Demonstration club
met April 22nd., after which Mrs.
C, G. Herring was presented with
a shower of gifts for. her little son
five weeks old. Mrs. Herring show
ed surprise and much appreciaion.
The meeting and shower was held
at Mrs; Mack Outlaws, after which
refreshments were injoyed by all.
Easter services were held at Outlaw's-Bridge
church Sundav after
Boon at '4:00 o'clock.HJsy-;'
. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Herring and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Remus Crell
went on an oyster roast at Snead's
Mi8 oori, Ming,. ipent ,Mt
Point, we found out In Jail," Fow-' " r u..nIu.IZ,
Site awo spent Thursday ' night
ter said. He's
a little older than
(3) About ISO selections in final
test ' .' ;
(4) One acre of seedlings fruit
ing for the first tlmo.. , f , ( '
(5) Newly planted seedlings and
methods of plant breeding. '
... o . .
more . - .,;..;;...,: -
- County , Agent ;
berries thrown on the ground when
picked, or If not using two cups in
picking, put them In a second
second grade cup to carry to shed
but do not pack decayed fruit
"At the shed grade out all cold
hurt, undeveloped, under-colored,
overripe, bruisd, dirt-caked, '.under
sized and decayed berries; with as
much care as possible to,, avoid
bruising, (a) Pack each cud separ
ately and set in crate when finish
ed. Face or plat each cup of fruit
in the crate, (b) Make eacn crate
look as neat in appearance as pos
. "Definition of some terms used
above: (1) "Overripe" means dead
ripe, becoming soft. (2) "Underde
veloped" means the berry has not
attained a normal shape and de
velopment due to frost Injury, in
sect Injury or other cause. (3) Un
dercolored" means a berry showing
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. K. L Miller of BeulavMe.
Miss Macy Miller spent ', the
week end with Miss Vera Miller.
Messrs. Ralph Veach and Nor
man Bostic made a business trip
to W arsaw Saturday evening.;
; Quite a number enjoyed - the
fish fry at Hallsville Beach' Sat.
night ' , .
' Mr. WUloughly Kincade from
Roxborough, a., and Miss Kuth
Jackso nana litue Roy Winters of
Rocky Mount spent tne week end
with Mr .and Mrs. Bostic and fam
ily. They also visited Mr .and
Mrs. Ned Houston. ; . .
Mrs. J. I. Sumner and Mrs. Als
ton Carroll attended the Womans
Missionary Society Saturday even
ing, which was held at Mrs. Lonnie
Powers of Beulaville. V
Mr .and Mrs. J. K. Bostic and
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Bostic, who
moved to Dublin, N .C. not long
ago have moved back down here.
We are all glad to have them re
An Easter Egg" Hunt was held at
the Hallsville Presbyterian church
Saturday evening. There also was
held one at the Baptist church
Sunday afternoon. A large num
ber attended each.-1::
Mr. H, N. Bostic made a busi
ness, trip to Kenansville . Saturday.
Miss Una Blalock ' visited in
Hallsville Saturday afternoon. .
Miss Aldene - Hlnes spent ' the
week end with Mrs. Anna Waller
"Wallace calls poll on curtailing
wheat four more years. , ,
. Moscow orders military air train
lng for all youths . , ,
President raises the price of sil
ver 7 cents over world price.
. Roosevelt, plans peak of relief
spending in November. ,
Held At Faison
tama 'thin IUA vf MtrfiMi a vwia
redor pink color. (4) "Undersis-, 01 BeuUvlUe-
er" means less than 3-4 of an inch Mr.' Carl Smith made a business
in diameter. trip to Mount Olive last Thursday.
MORE Miss Lila Mae Wade spent Mon
day With Mrs. J. K. Bostic.
Misses Elma and' Josephine Car
rol 1 visited In Hallsville Saturday
and contain considerable amount of , afternoon.
secretion. Thus the mere size of the Mr .and Mrs. Carl Smith visited
lonm is nothing Hke so important in Hallsville Saturday night
as whether or no tthey are diseas- Mr. and Mrs. Davis Blalock spent
asgwhether or not they are dlseas-! Saturday afternoon-with Mr. and
come diseased than adenoids and Mrs .Leon Blalock.
as they do not disappear like ad-1 Mr. Rom arman was an early
In spite of the rain on Easter
Sunday, the sunrise service at the
Methodist Church in Faison was
weU attended. The following pro
gram was given. ., ( ...
Prelude Palm Branches; Hymn
610 (Choir Processional) J InvoCa
tional; Hymn v 386, "Stand Up,
Stand Pp For : Jesus '(Congrega
tion Standing. , ' - ; ,t ';
A. THE NATIVITV
Scripture-.Luke 2:7-20; " Organ,
"O Little Town Of 1 Bethlehem";
Hymn (Choir) 4Joy To The World"
Verse 1 & 4.
B. HIS MISSION !
Scripture; Mt 18:11; Acts 10:88;
John 10:10; t Hymn tjnou-j i
Think When I Read That Sweet
Story;" Organ - "What A Friend
We Have In Jesus;" Hymn (Choir)
Majestic Sweetness Sits ? isn-
throwned i Vs. 2-3; Hymn tunoirj
"The Churche's One Foundation"
Verse U, - : "i '"'';:;-'v,!".;.
. C. TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
Scripture: Mark 11:1-11 Hymn
(Choir) "Onward Christian Sold
ier" Verse 4; Organ - "Lead On O
King Eternal' : ''t-:-,
,...-'D. oiyrasianiAwai ,.
Scripture: Mark 14:32-42; Or
gan - "Alone;" Hymn (Choir "In
to The Woods My Master Went"
Verse 1-7; Hymn (Choir) '"Tis
Midnight And On Olive's Brow'
E. THE CRUCIFIXION
Scripture: Mark 15:33-41; Or
gan - "There Is A Green Hill Far
Away;" "The Old Rugged Cross"
(Pantomine); Hymn (Choir)
"When I Survey The Wonderous
enoida, they may remain, If diseas
ed, a source of trouble ' through
out life. Poisonous products from
diseased tonsils may get Into the
visitor is Hallsville Monday morn-1 MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
lng. V v r 1 Route of 800 families. Write to-
Little Allen Houston, who has ; day. Rawleigh, Dept. NCD-246-been
very ill with the whooping ' SA, Richmond, Va. ; It
:) 1 k - llll
hrist A- in:
Mves;" Orf .i . i ymn
"Christ TI i.d Is
. rse 1 3.
. .. THE ASSEr," V
Hire: Luke 24:50-53; Organ
' ih;'1 Hymn (Choir)" Gold
's Are Sounding, verse 1-2.
a wtjnuMEST: '. .,
,ture: Mt: 28:18-20; Hymn,
) "O Zion Haste;" Hymn
jaUon Standing) "All Hail
wer Of Jesus Name;"
; Meditation; Benediction.
EIm-s: n To Be Held May . 7th.
M.yor And Five Conimlssloners
lo Bo Chosen At The Polls
James E. Jerrltt, General Mana
ger of the Atlantic and y Carolina
Riiivn-.H rnmnanv. was nominated
for Mayor of i Kenansville at a
meeting of the voters new in me
Duplin County Court House Mon
day niB-ht. He .following com
missioners were nominated for tne
town board to serve with Mr. Jer
rltt: W. M Brinson. John A. Gav
in, C. E.. Quinn, G. R. Dail and
J. O. Stokes.i - '
Thi tiba to he voted Mav .7.
will bear .the names of the above
named candidates, and, there will
be blanks o nthe tickets for the
convenience of those wishing to
vote for others. ;'ii 'sifiii)r;'
' Rev: F t Ctoodman; Pastor '? ;
' There Will be two services Sun
day in 'Kenansville, At 11:15.
Chriatianitty Faces Chaos. At 7;30
The; Gospel .Message. ?;-?!;;
Sunday School ,.,,.-.....flO:00
p. t. p: i..:''jVi'; .;. . .:48
Hallsville and Stanford will, hold
RiinHnv Rflmnt at 10:00 and 2:30
respectively. You ire Invited to at
tend. ' - - , -
pre. .'. V. I .7 : L-
J. V. I. 1 1 ail J" i ii . :
Gowa , i v film, I.. 8
Laura C. . : y 1 i r.haffer -.and I very
Miss Belt. gs by Lila . Is so ill.
Jones. E..,fd . ;ca sorved as
foreman of the Jury.
i. 1 1
in 1. i
The trial was won by the Seniors
when Rivers Johnson, defender of
Mr. Ned and Avaucs .Ken,
lows and the Lam .
- Cooper, and Tone c
ty.- ' ,
, lie and Toi'.. i
1 tile furtn.ws.
were visitors at Mr. A. yv. Halis the Job which n.
Saturday evening. the man who t ,
i People, are setting out tobacdo wins hut
the Senior Class poioted out that around here. - t , , . racing ' throu h u
the testimony of the teachers them-j Mrs. Viola Sumner was the guestvthrows a. burni'ns- !
eives iT:vttieu tuaL mo tsiituia bi- i ui uoi BB,cr wiia. javiu iveneuy arsenal A terrific
ready naa ail vaa points neeaea xor , xaonaay nigm ,. . . ,
graduation. '' 7 ' : j Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hall spent
The speaking parts of the Senior. Sunday with Mrs.' Halls parents.
program were as follows: ! Mr. and Mrs. Zedie Futral, Mr. Bill ous and romantic en
.i 1 Salutatorian, J;- O. Bowman, i Thigpen were the guest of Mr; and 'The Lives of a Eei
Jr.; -2. Historian,, Garland Riven-,, Mrs. Sam Sumner Sunday evening. , And the entire ca
bark; 3 Poet, Durwood Murray; Mr. Coy Sumner was the guest' Monte Blue C Ai
A PnnhptPM. Sadia Belle AlDhln: of Miss Effio Hall Sundav. f 'Ui in,.... i:r.X.
- - -r - - . . - ... ;ugioa juniDnue,
0 Humorist, Viola Alphin; 6 Gift-j Mr. Bob Jones visited Miss Liz- Burke and Akim Ta-
uiiouttmaimi, wviAnuwui , vow- Mu vj ....... wuuuaj . ' j supponing roles rev
tor, J. B. Stroud; 8 Valedictorian, Mr .and Mrs.. Alvin 'Halt Lins-,' performances '-
Beecher Sitterson. ' i ter Futral, Lila Maude "Futral. and v . . , - 'n
An impressive part of the pro- Roy Lee and Claudy Sumner at
gram was toe song sung by the tended the Easter program at Pot-
Junior class, as they stood in the ters Hill Sunday night , t
rear of the auditorium, tp- the i ' ; - o- .
members of the. Senior class on Thrillinc Film t v -
-The program was directed by
Mrs. Pearl McGowan, wlth . Miss
Carolina Jerritt at the piano, 1
Mattie L. Strickland
Wins Spelling Contest
, TEMPLE I
That bundle of sere.
' ....... 1 J m. i . R.
'"P -jrBx-uiu ouiriey i
VjUUyVL soon be thrilling and d.
.... . o " " t , f. iray oi local movie tai. i ;
The soldiers of the king, nqt as picture.. Reports from oi
Kipling sans; to them, but ' as indicate that in 'The Lit.
Francis Xates-Brown described in el'V Fox Film has given 1
his remarkable book "The Lives Weal "vehicle for her act
the of a '. Bengel Lancer" are the lng, and dancing' talent.
liTatflA. T juk .fitfvtnlrlonjl Watt
.. n.mn ..Anfaaf im heroes of the stirring, remarkable come to the Duplin Theai.
in the sixth grade of the Kenans- and celorful picture of warfare and nesday, Thursday and Fri
vllle Schoo Hast Tuesday. Miss Co-,neroism in India which comes to , next week MaUnee each C
,a Wells, , teacher of the sixth!the DupUn Theatre Monday j V Sh co-stars with Uonel 1
trade offered a prie of W.00- to Tuesday. Produced by Para-, more in this popular story cf
Sepupil whS wai the bes?eller! mount "The Lives of : 0f' s
and it was won bv Mattie Lee We Lancer; features Gary- Cooper,, Annie Fellows Johnston's ser;
are verymuch Interested taSpeU-, Franchot Tone,! Richard CromweU "UtUe Colonel" stories, which v
tag Contests and feel that t there '"hd Slf Guy Standinrtae le
should, be moro of them, and at y '
present we have so many who are' ' Picture replete with the t perennial. , - ? v . ' v
unable to speU welt We hope that ounds sights of the myster-;tv , The ! Littte Colonel," is the 8:
the efforts of Miss Wells will in- ou E8. M authenic as ; the a.ntu!y Ke who marri
soire other teachers to put more mmaiayas memseives ana rquany 6". ir iamers w
emphasize on spelling. .thrilling. And., although t has
sense than any recent Hollywood
CONDENSED STATEMENT OP CONDITION OP
Dranc& DantiinG & Trust Go.
v WARSAW WALLACE
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 4, 1935
' RESOURCES: ' - ' "
Cash and Due from Banks . $ 3,888,825.57
OUlgsUoM o( tkAuled States '4i.-,..''';;W-M76,7J'" r '"
Bonds of Federal Land Banks and the
Home Owners', Loan Corporation 1,806,067.65
North Carolina Bonks ............. ,.v 734,581.73. )
Municipal and Other Marketable Bonds ,.. - 2,443,052.35 -
Loans Secured by Marketable Collateral
' " with Cash Values In Excess of Loans .". 1,368,603.10 "$16,616,878.35
Other Loans and Discounts ........ 1,127,238.34';"
Other Stocks and Bonds f 23,506.00 -
'- Bain Furniture Fixtures. Real Estate ,'... ...:.'. '300,000.00' '
1 ftt v . " , vv , ;
' w.' - . .f8-' ' i - ' , r f ' -118,067,622.69 .
:u !' "',k;UABIUTIES:t' 4 ;V : -
:,;.''.;.,:!. '- " ' ,' '. " '-' -3 if h C!:at?'6-JfPr ft.. V;!'.v:(iJ tf--. i:"f.':ii X j'
( ( Capital Stock Common .,.,.... ,....,..,.Vf 400,000.00 , t
''vi p Capital ftock Preferred ' 400,000.00
Surplus ,,, , ....i, ' 300,000.00
, . Undivided ProfiU ..,.,.,,;... " 237,493.86
. . . ItoSWWS.. 204,737.89
' " Deposits i ,w ,' ."..;. , 16,525,390.04 ,
A' ' - 1 ; 'X : ' i i . " i V ,i s i -
, ' t ' 18,067,622.69
The home of Mr; and Mrs. R. E.
West was pretty throughout in its
very appropriate setting for the
wedding- of" Miss Margaret West
and Mr.: Edgar Pollock, on Satur
day evening at 6:30. - - '' ,
The 'vows were spoken in me
living room before an improvised
altar, the background of which was
formed of long leaf pine and dog
wood. An archi of white tapers cast
a soft glow dVer the wedding scene.
Easter Dies lh tall baskets were
used oh'eifiie. side "of the altar;
while white snap-dragons and ferns
were used further in this room and
adjoining halt'' v t .'...i'-;
Miss Mafy-Hoggard of Ahoskie
was at the piano. One number was
played, then Mr.' Emmitt Pollock,
brother ofthe Drideroom, lifted the
white tapers. The usual wedding
music was then used during the
ceremony. t tz'1
The ceremony was performed by
the Reverend E. P. West, brohter
of the bride The Impressive ring
ceremony . Was used.
" The bride's only attendant was
her sister, Mrs. C. H: Pinner who
was dame of honor. She wore a
pink lace gowm, with a shoulder
corsage of. pink rosea and: valley
UUes. :..:r.v:iv;;:S;:;Sw.;rV. !
Mr. James' Pollock, brother of
the groomVentered.with Mr. Pol
lock. . k -fcXJ;l:';'':i:''iy'W ir
The bride was attractively dress
ed in a navy traveling ensemble,
and she wore a shoulder corsage
of orchids and pink roses, showered
with lilies of the valley. She en
tered with' her' father, who gave
her away In marriage, f "
An informal reception In the Hen
and dining room followed the cere
mony after; which the couple left
by car for Washington, D. C, and
points further north. : ' .""- '
Only members of the two fami
lies and Intimate friends . were
present: ,;".-.''- H'M'-' $ ' "
The bride, is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. West of Warsaw.
She received her education train.
lng at Chowan College and she has
been a member of the Calypso
school ' faculty for- (he past four
years. .-;v:.:-;;. -;"' z A -; p
The bridegroom Is the oldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. R. Pollock
of Warsaw. He attended school at
Mars Hill and Wake Forest col
lege, and has for the past several
years beW one, of the Warsaw
F; F, D. carriers. -
HTRSL RRITm TATLOR .
. i BURIED AT SARECTA onenng, ine uves or a tsengei
; o ';,' .cer"is particularly remarkable for,
Mrs. Bruce Taylor died at v'the lts 'me- dramatic " story of .-four,
home of her parenU near Kenans-, old'ers- i-1 ; ' r ' '
vlUe Sunday night and was buried I P,ot of "The Lives of a Ben
in the cemetary at Serecta JSIon- Lancer" revolves about the
day afternoon at, 3:00. She was,00"010' between Sir Guy Standing,
twenty years o f age and was thehard-bitten' crusty colonel and
mother of two children, a girl . "three of his subordmafe officersi
bout 3 years and a two months j0"0 whom is bis. son. .....;j.r.
old son. Beside , her ohUdren and I ' differences come ta head
husband she is survived by her when the son.. Richard. Cromwell,
father, and mother. Mr. and Mrs. I8 carried away by a warring Chief-
Aldon Smith .and two sisters andjtol11 and Standing refuses to pur-
t Funeral services were conducted la regiment, j xnsregaraing ms or.
aero, v;ooper ana iuiio iuuuw . in
disguise, are captured and thrown
into a dungeon with Cromwell.
Tortured -for information -on the
whereabouts of a .tremendous con-,
voy of ammunition, Cromwell fin
ally breaks down and blurts- out .
the regiment secretHi 'Ay':-
Miss Lila Maude Futral and Miss The chieftain captures the am-
Callie Sumner . were guest guest munition train and prepares to
of Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Hall Satur-' lead a revoluUon against the Brit
day evening. ' ish. .The Lancers ride to attack
' Mr. Roy Lee entertained at a him, although they realize that
pea-shelling Friday night," ' they will be destroyed,' because it
in the Serecta . Free Will Baptist
Church, by. Rev.) Lloyd Vernon, in
in the present of a. large crowd of
relatives And friends:
,j.;':y . i . .. ;o
Sandy Plain News
es ,ad ' is promptly disowned
the proud old aristocrat, who
still living in. the days of the c
War.: Barrymore is the obdut
Southern; aristocrat Shirley p
the cameo colonel Whose dam
feesmiling eyes, and boney-c
ed curls make a withering s; .
on the heart of the stern rebi i.
In keeping with. the importa
of this picture, Technicolor f
part of this De Sylva produc!
The reai Shirley as she really In
is seen for the first time by 1
following of movie fans.;
CriUcs in other cities where -:
Little Colonel" Is playing hst
as. Shirley's most superb vi
There is blent drama and c
in the plantation, frontier t
cenes. . Attention is . being
everywhere to, Shirley's fi
with Bill Robinson ui his o
stair dance, elaborately at;.,
one sequence of the picture."
Supporting- the co-stars are s
personalities as Evelyn Ver
John Lodge, Sidney filackmer,
den Chase, WUliam Burress e
others. , .. . : .: v
The direction is by David Bu;
and the screen adaptation by
11am Conselman. ., ' ' .-, .
, Clas3 Cclcbratoin
- ; GcC3 0ff Biff
r.;' -.( O "I ?. .-,'::.;
The Senior Class celebration giv
en at the Kenansville .School audi
torium Thursday evening took, on
the form of a trial. The Senior
Class found t' rt the faculty would
allow them on'y 15 1-2 units when
it was necer ry to have i(l to
graduate- and the board had re
fused to si"i tl.e diplomas,.: The
Senior class t or ht suit against
the faculty f r t e extra half pt
iors, and A
ton Dobsr. )
ty. Judge 1
nady) ws i
i (rcrre'"inted by
.d the Sen-
' 1 tl.e facul
(.' ar;hy Ca
'i fa i '9.
' 1 I
PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING APRIL 29
j MONDAV AND TUESDAY GARY COOPER, FRANCHOT TONE, RICHARD .
' r-, CROMWELL, SIR GTJY STANDING ; .' ,
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Jf:::
i " " , Matinee Monday fi:30 vt . f X
. i. .:. f -. - "r' - "J'"-.. . -.',.,. , . .. , .f S.v- v v ).'' ''.ii-.-.' ' t r V 5 s -
tt B.r( t ? , -1, 5 . J - ' , i
- e0Mce-fr'4 X ;;
.--- i i h - . ' i "i ' . u , ', " "
' WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDA Y SHIRLEY, TEMPLE' AND s ''.'
, T . '"S - LIONEL BARRYMORE IN' V . ' ' Sf
- ' ' " v ' til':
T- I Sti - ! t i t .-.'-' I .3. tr t A
". MaUnee Each Day at 8:30 ' . ; . v , Popular Prices Each Day .
' - vi 9 ft " " i
COMING ATTRACTIONS . ' j ;
"MlSSISSIPPr', "DEVIL DOGS OF THE AIR,, "GEO. WHITE'S SCANDALS", '
"V. , WILL ROGERS IN "LIFE BEGINS AT 40", "SWEET MUSIC"'. -
.TTIfflE .LITTTLE COLOHEL
Saturday - Westerner
' The following people will receive a free ticket to any show next week if they
Will present the following ad to the ticketwihdow: Miss Carolyn Jerrltt, Kenans
ville; Mrs. Frank U Goodman, Kenansville; Mrs. Street' Kornegay, Warsaw; Mrs.
Ed. Strickland, Warsaw; Miss Rossie Thomas, Beulaville; Miss Iona Thigpen;
Beulaville; Mrs. Jessie Brinson,' Beulaville, Miss Edna Fountain, Fountainaboro;
Mrs. Clayton Summerlln, Summerlin's Cross Roads and Miss Macy Cox, Magnolia.