Mrs. H. D.
end with I
Dr. an 4 .
at the week
i lufv - and T.
Mrs. J. T. visitJng Mrs. -
. ' . y East Bend.
;ard Hlnes of j The folio" ; :
.1 ltf las Cornelia Warsaw Ec'.. i
Weaver of V- v.lngton were guests turned to tK.i
of Mr. mi Mr-F. P. - o. e V
Monday. - , .,.. n..
Kr. and Mrs. Wilbur way w ' a Tvtnt. TJlIinir. Mr. and K
'"Vsfll tAtaa Sn Faison, Ota,- Magnolia.
S of Mr. and Mm. Jonn camvma T . . Mfaad ,
Maria D. Lofton a teacher C. Cheek Mebrane. , ' , spent Sun '
. i i ineland CoUege, 'Salemburg . Mr atui Mrs. Robert S. Orr,-of J. P. La';
? t the Easter nonoays wi maxton were the week ena guesis Mr. uari i
m. Misses Betty and Bowden f Mr and Mr8 parents, Mr. Wagstaff v
iriL. - " utra nr , V lit- Sr. j mix.:. ' . o'" TfAnaiinvlHf? '.
cunt iuim v - .
"i Mrs X
t are spent
rents la father 8
1 Mr. ar ;
, rs of the Mr. and
y have re- spent Su
h to spend Carl Ezsi.l
s" Grace Tal- Ezzell.
Ross, Wash-' Mr. and 1
Lucille Freeman and son Jin
. L ten.
liiss Fanny George Lucas, spent
: i I y fie
, t the
. s. ment
. rl KOg-
y Wood, An
, Mattle, Lee
n-U, . Dorothy
. :uguerlte Teachey,
Teachey. The scholar
!, given yearly by the
vh riub. was awarded
. Rouse. Announcement
. of the awarding of 200
ele certificates., s
"ay evening,' Dr. A. X
iter o fthe First Bap
i h of Goldsboro. -deliver
i Hccalaureate sermon.; The
r presented the transforms
t took place when Jesus
nrt in the dirty fishing -boat.
1 by Simon Peter. Dt. Smith
4 that property takes on we
i.niitv of its ownership and
ile realm of life might be-
tiacred by the right use oi
, tv. talent and powers.
i .'tilor class exercises were held
on Tuesday evening. The program
was presented -in the form of s
one-act play, "The llosy Pathway."
The class present was Miss Estelle
Harrell, the valedictorian, David
W .Rouse, and the salutatorian,
William Blanchard, The. senior
play, "Wild Ginger," directed by
Miss Margaret McArthur and Mrs.
1 L .H. FusseU, was ' Successfully
presented on Thursday s evening.
Tlie high school orchestra furnish
ed music on this evening.
Marshalls . for .'commencement
were the highest ranking students
in the junior Class; Misses Eunice
Kargaret Williams, Edith Ward,
Velma Jones, Harold Ward, 8hes-
; ter. Rouse and Oscar A." Beach. :"
Hie week end in Qoldsboro visiting
Misses Ann and Fanny Monroe
e.: and I.,., a !
,hter Ru' ., j
Potter a near
Mr. and Mrs.
d Mr. Charlie
-ss visitors in
i afternoon. .
id son, James
y witb her
o Lee I a-
.! rounluin v .
i rj-becca t.
! i- -.1 co-' i i
, it" o: .1, to ti
v hi noon. ; .. . .
in-,.' Tav Tamnla nf" Kinston ' Mrs. Joitn I
was a visitor in town Monday. "( Potter, spe t
Mi.mi a a. Beit and L .H. sister Mrs. J. I
Misses Ann ana 'au,, , "---- Frid ln Goldsboro. -
nTaSWSS1 Founts ' ro New,
iMim Raloh Best and pam,rrW"'y . rv. . t - . . 4
nJ, suturdftv in Wllmimr-1 Saturday were as follows: Mr, ana (Too Lai I r Last weK
Berry spent Saturday in winning ' .Amelia1 . . h,t -t.lnvd Padexick
lOn. ' : . , .i tiJ. TJ.irlattl n. vM. rtomrhtpr
n.. u. Oirfiml Rot uid Jack IHrnWi "iu J uuev, i unuuuuuo wj uuu y o 1
wMhfr hotow Hodges ,CarV WUliams. Narcie Sunday, April 14th. ' -
-Stovr Wlm. Sallle Gibbs Prldgen, Mr Und Mrs. O. W.Edwards
with relauves in Asnianu, ,. ,, i.nn Dninn':.i ,n . .nint . B&tnniav In
Mr. C. B. Eller spent the week '"-jt ,
1 T p fl
t can to do' ta
in Ti'.y tubiicco
-: r '
! i t' a
i a-l i '.
s if 1
i t f -e r
f i . r 1
i ' ft- .1 con
i. . i i -ure
t j id of
i ( E .Ar-
Mr. C. B. Eller spent eweeK ""TKf'.'.- f rHv.
end at the home of Mr. ana . mi,. rai: , ftmi. Awards
in Korth Wilkesboro. . , l1 xae weelt ena wlto luelr ",tr t'.J
C Cheek spent Monday in Kaieign. rena wjuiams ogvoiuuuiv -------- -
Mrs. W. B. Aycock of. Raleigh guesta of Miss Estelle Williams ; Miss Isabel son has just re
. "L : ! ir,rt mi.. Ti!HtBii rf,tiirnd with ' turned from tt a I .ipltal, after be-
WaS HOB KUCBfc III UOI WVUHUi pw , . t
U P. Best Saturday. - her mother for several days visit
Mr. Clinton Shuford. mncipai.witn ner.
of St Paula School was the week - Mr- MrS: a.'L. Humphey
Snow Hill News Items
' - f 0 k, - "
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kornegay
"and little son Billy spent the week
end with Miss Dorothy Kornegay.
Among the visitors at Mr. Ed
gar Outlaw's Sunday were Mrs.
Erolngr Kornegay and children and
Mrs. Lola Kornegay and children
and Mrs. D. L. Bennett" ,
Mr. Remus Outlaw filled the
V0niiar unnointment near Seven
Springs Sunday, P M. - v,
Mrs .Lemuel Powell is visiting
her sister Mrs. Chancy Smith near
R. P. Gradv school.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thlgpen and
children attended an Easter egg
end guest, of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Annie Ross Williams, Dr. J.
M. Williams and Mh. B. D. Wil
liams spent Sunday in Durham,
visiting at the home of Mrs. E. D.
Williams.' - -
Rev. Geo. W. Blount spent Mon
day in Wilson, visiting his mother,
Mrs. C. E. Blount
Mr.- aiuI Mrs. H. C. Cooper of
Raleigh were week end guests of
Mr. and-Mrs. B. F. ttooper, wen
Cooper returned home witb .them
for a visit
mim TRdna Britt rbf Sanford is
viRiMnar Miss Nellie Grey Maathis
Uaton Mallard. Jr.. or tunsion
spent Monday with James Herman
Hlnes. ' ' '
Ur nnt Vn. Joe Vines. Mrs.
Rati Rrvant and Miss Virginia Bry
an of Wilmington. Miss Fleming
atirt vir. wimam Teachey at tucn-
mond were guests of Mrs. W- J,
Iflddleton FridSv. .
t Mr. L Mann of Raeford was tne
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Fri-
Mesdames W. E. Hlnes and W.
P. Bridsres. and Misses Elizabeth
and ' Martha Hlnes spent . Friday
Mrs. H. U Stevens. Sr -is vis
iting her bhother, Mr.: Ed Walker
in uoiosnoro. - - -
Mrs. P M. Browder of. . Wallace
and family spent Tuesday in Golds-
Mrs. J. C. Brock spent Tuesaay
in Mt Olive.
In Mt Olive. J Mrs. Walter C. Erown Wednesday
Ir .and Mrs. Biano riciieit spwin jn i, ' . .
Sunday ln Chlnquapen guests oil Fountaln8Doro club members
Mrs. ti. . Hioan. (will meet at the home of Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson bnouiars : wedneJuV afternoon for a
anu wuson, jr. oi " h r eiUB. meeting.
Miss Margaret Prldgen of Calypse ,
'f Mra. F Jl. Browaer or. wauace "Jt"- "uw
. ..... i . im.Mj.H I Mph" Annltf C: ShftAlftv i
. 1 -. Irian ir.l. vJ ai1n rUtn
I MLIBB Mt.Jfl.HS VtUIUCiW UA HUH WtJ
ine operated on for appendecltls
and U getti. ? i j fine.
- Mr, Tom Leu. -, Miss Kutn t,a
wards and Mr. 6. i Mrs. Paul Lan
ier attended the show at Wallace
I A Shower was given to Mr. and
mil Mr. Charlie Brown of Norfolk
were guests, for the week end.f
Mr. and Mrs. U. rarKe rnogen.
Mrs. J., c. Carroll or wnmmgion
was the guest of her. mother, Mrs.
W. M. Bo wen last weeK.. , .
v and Mrs. Bland Pickett spent
Wednesday and Thursday in CoA
Way, S. C. visiting relatives.'- Mrs.
J. L Dufenbery returned with them
for a visit. ' , ' '
Mr. ;and Mrs. A. L Humphrey,
Arthur Lee, and Sarah, spent Sun
day ln Zehilon. 1 -: '. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Roeers of
Oharwl Hill were week end' euests
Of Mr. Rogers mother, Mrs. Walter
A .Carter. - .' .
Mr. David Powell,' student at
Wake" Forest College r spent " the
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alvas J. roweii. . 1
Mr. and Mrs. '.J, C. Russ were
visitors to Goldsboro Sunday. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude B .Best and
family and Mrs. Bettie C. Best
spent Sunday in Wilson, guesta of
hunt at Long Ridge Sunday p. m.ipent the week end with her sister
u oitii mm wn liraav i anu v.,ftuv".ivw . -(
children of near Bethfel apent a Margarei uooper ox -ml.
while Saturdey at Mr. Edd Kornc .-uuvo Bpeni uie ween w wim ncr
, ... ....... '. vnttRaw hMi H" T . PnnnA,
Sy &, .. .. j ..''. '- Kin... T....n.j MamaVmm
; Un S. M.-Waller naa Deen - huiutikhw a mcmwi ,i
guest in the home of her son, Mr. , the Calypso school faculty spent
Di B. Waller, ior a lew uayo, t.. jnuuw, mi.
Mrs. Bertha Bmith, rrom moss.iuiu . n,: u. r iir, . i
Hill, is spending a while with her
niece Mrs. B. F. tierrmg.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell and
children spent Sunday P. M., with
her brother Mr. waa Kornegay. .
v Miss Violet Kornegay spent last
Wednesday night with Bttle Miss
F.mllv Waller. - ' -
Miss Busie snutn visitea XMeita i
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sloan enter
tained friends at a pea shelling
Friday night ,
Mr .Vernle Bryan was a visitor
at Mr. Z. J Jones' Sunday. - -
Mr. George Lanier visited Miss
Sadie Edwards Sunday.
" Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Williams
and family spent Saturday after
noon in Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Fountain and
family spent Sunday evening" ; at
Fultures Landing on an oyster
roast Their guest with tnem was
Mr. Charlie Matthews.
Mr. Paul Lanier and Miss Vira
Edwards were the guests of Mr
Tom Lanier an Miss Ruth ' Ed
wards Sundav. . '
Mr. George Lanier spent Sunday
P. M.. with. Miss Sadie Edwards.
Mr. Norman Da 11 was the truest
of Miss Naoma Edwards, -
Mr. Harold Lanier and Miss
Hlara Man Southerlund attended
the musical Recital at Chinquapin
r rmajr uigui
. Mr. Ravmond Brown and Miss
Opal Jones spent Sunday, .morning
at tsetnienem wnurcn.
Mr .and Mrs. Gordon -Thlenen
were the cruests of Mr. and Mrs.
N. v. mountain.
rale of t" ve 1 "- ) to u
I 'or 1". ' "jo!! " or . 1 r
i t'.e ai ..". :: f.aoii!d te
i to U" n four to t
.i 1 1 acre. 1 Ms mixture W 1
& . j cnt.rol hook won.-is. r'ur:' r
can be had by plowing up
V a I nt beds and kiii.rg all psunta
inn. tUately after setting in com
pluted. , v
rnpaMnn . ... How . much - milk
should be fed a young calf?
AnawKr! Feeding for the first
week should be from six to ten
pounds a day, depending upon tne
size and vigor of the calf. A safe
rule to follow is to feed one pound
of whole milk lor eacn ten pouuun
of live weight This amount snoum
be increased from one to two
pounds during the second week if
the animal has . a gooa appeme
and does not show signs of indiges
tion. Care must be exercised, how
ever, lu .making this increase as
over feedine will cause scours. Af-
tar thA BMwtrwi weeK tne . wnoie
mlUt may be gradually changed to
sklmmilk at the rate or one pouna
a aay. -. ,
nnuiinnt At what &ere should
young chicks be removed from tne
heat? . , . '
fivt'j'e c . . . t i !
to f::. v.
As f - -f
fr.a " - t f
f,r I r If -'S C
I ve f ff l
v . cro i 1 1- ve r
rtiU.s 1 1 . ' al
! . i-l-'
t, j . e
. t !ne
; r- t tri( ' e
V H f-n" . s
r . i'(e!.t-
of i . n in t' e i r or
t i LD i ifl 'ni . I ir cent
I'A-.- .ior l'.J niim-'sof 2 J iercenti
i.r.;i.'.t. la e-.'.rc-ii'e ci 3, double
Uiis a-i"oi 1 may be needed.
Rust causH-s a marked decrease
in boll size, seed we'ht and lint
produced. The reduced si?.e of the
bolls alone cut down the yclld 28
per cent la severe cases last year,
Rust also results in a snorter sta
ple, weaker fibre, and lower grade
lint, Moore and Rankin stated. '
The disease is most prevalent in
the northeastern counties where
peanuts and cotton are grown in
rotation, but it is also touna over
; MAPLE NEWS
': To LatA For Last Week)'
. Mrs. John-Potter, of Near Mae
nolia, Is spending - the week .with
her sister Mrs .Carl Ezzell. - .
Mr:, and Mrs. J. A. Gradv and
saiss ousie snuui vimtou iuiw
ReTd Korrlgay last Tuesday night ilr"5 110"
. i n,,ti. w f ar ruiU in Goldsboro Saturday.
' .. .. . ., Vrlaa TT!nnia lT.lrfflntl
law's Bridge, visited at Miss Ad-
die Outlaws last week, r
We had a nice egg hunt at Snow
Hill Sunday. -
.Mrs. S. M. Waller and Mrs. D. S
Waller . visited Mrs. Edd Kornegay
Thursday P. M., or last week.
The Class Day and Commence
ment exercises at B.- F. Grady
were well attended. One of our lit
tle girls from Scott Store, Little
Miss Julia ScoU, Acted as one of
Miaa Eunice Paircloth BOent the
ween ena witn Mrs. iumma Harm
ann of near Ijunn FlnM PlMiroh:
Mr. J. P. Langston gave a Barn
Raising Saturday afternoon. Those
who attended were:: Mr. . Charlie
Wagstaff, Mr. Jake Hill, Mr. Carl
Ezzell, and Mr, J. S. Wagstaff
There are manv children verv
ill with Whooping Cough.
. Mr. and Mrs. . Juston . Houston
and children scent the week end
.with, Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Wagstaff.
a t... I Mra .Tk Hill and Mrs. W. B.
and ehUdren visited at Mr, John Falrcloth Were visitors in Kenans
Goodaons Sunday. v"le mouuay
.WARSAW, N. O. .; ..
ALSO tr.PAirt AND CZ"V
JEWELRY AND L.l . .
I 4 I . Jeweler " . ,
''.' KENAKSVI1XS, N. O.-
Anmirnr- "a 4 . USUSl thing
chicks may be removed from heat
whi thev are fullv, feathered,
that is, If the spring weather is
normal..Where the aays are warm.
but the nights are exceptionally
rnnl t ha heat should be continued
iiBi.il the nlirhts are normal.; To
take away all heat.wouia cause
nnnaidpraWft trouble in the flock
and weaken its resistance ,to dl-
The owner must use care
fni ludirment in . this matter-' as
there is no arbitrary limit to the
removal or heat
to our i iany f::i::nb3
in duplin county:
' . we Invite you to visit our' store when at the County
Seat - ' s ' '
We carry a complete Hue of General MerchanC je,
' Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware and Groceries. Eoe our
line of Fprlng Dress Goads. "
We bve on hand ready for delivery, line of Fam
. ous EOVSTEB and V. C. Field Tested Fertilizers an 4
Arcadian American made Nitrate of Soda, .
A full line of field and garden seeds the very best
"i tra can buy. , ,
' i Carry full line of building materials, Brick, Lime and
;; Cement. - - j 1 . "
WE EUT AND SELL COUNTRY PKCDUCH '
1 Our prices are reasonaMe. Come to m us. We e,'
' predate your t.ssiness. - -
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M ' I L i
KENANSVILLSVN. O. . ' ' . ' "
THIS IS THE GREATEST
: ALL WORK C-M
' --j mr ' "'
SI - - V I 0 '" rp
YOU EVER ATTEUDEID
j, ixuf lb
AU Kinds of I
. . In the do net
Mhnve. the Nesco
' PmAurtt. Week Bok-
.:' inn KAt.nll four Dleces for
' 39c. This is cr marveiouj vaiue -
' for the money . '. '. In ho panel
below, the Nesco Products, Week
- Kitchen Sit s-ecioMy priced for Nbjco Week.
All tl.ree pieces U-49 ... In lower left corner,
rieico Drip Cc.e Maker marked down to $,1.1 1
kr tl.is sole. . , . In the lower right corner a stm y, weur-
reiiating, galvanized pail. A leader ct 37c.
5 AT PRICES YOU CAN AFTOHD TO PAY
Through courty lh 'ion .i I .-li!-a and S-fi ina C .
pany w or B ''! 'I ' t 9'' s- T1"" B!l ' 5 fi"'rt h '
mill 4 tor lh t . it n tf .n Pi-o.iu.ti
ov,U . k tt-a b i r- tMk- 1 t r'.ov
or ailrair . 9 , - ! in pjiul
bolow. And a.-f't - .ut the ,
doe M;;y r. si ttt
."r.y li,. n.
Vou era cord.t.Hy (n
vfod to com ja and
jtnmffia oM ifatnl
i.'iuirruitid obu. .
OUR CARS ARE GONE OVEIl CC" :?I
our c:io? crroRE ti.jy a:.. rur on
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