i Eo Without My Gar
' a. 3. L. Miller, Beu
, N XV lller Club -ijond
nt Southern farm paper
; director along with other
t directors advocated "A
r farm uue ia.AW.-:.;.JCTM ,... mmtt. nA .MM nn ..tkia
T Mail tha amrtla mil ! ... .
re I read the article my
i quickly , ran back and
lied a few of the things I
t would make for a happier
s i'e not only in 1935 but any
i mely, a year-round garden
i farm family aupplimented
i mty of canned fruits and
blea, . also,' those that we
1 have stored.
cr reading the article men-.
1 above I found that my .ma-
How delightful they are when serv
ed to decorate a cabbage salad. :
All during the winter I had plen
ty of canned vegetables and fruits
to tnake our meals more palatable.
' Some writer has said, ,"Happl
ness Is the goal sought by .every
earth, and there is no better place
to find it than on the farm." ' I
quite agree with, this statement
and am adding that one source of
happiness on any farm is a well
planned vegetable garden.
Cypress Creek News
- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey James and
children, of Burlington, N, C,
lion had not carried me astray and Mrs. Joshua James, of Beula
j far eyeq though my vision had ville spent the week end with Mrs.
i. been so broad as the advoca- J. W .Murray. , , '
a of the article i - - Mr .and Mrs. Robert Batchelor
I entered the garden' contest of Cypress Creek spent the week
t as soon as our home agent end with relatives at Pen Hook,
c u!d get the report blanks out to V ' Miss Ruby Jones entertained at
y club. When the agent called an egg-hunt . Sunday evening. The
r volunteers to enter the state number present ; were forty-one.
vrden contest, i' ennolld at once, j Everyone enjoyed the egg-hunt. -j
..at as soon as. X could enrolled a Miss Pennie Mabely, of the Rich
; ",v others in this-contest as I was lands section, visited Mrs. Joe Ray
t: termined that our club would jnor this week end.,
i uake a good showing In any un-1 - Mr. Luther Brown and Mr. Wil-
ortaking.' ; "; ',' iliam Jones, of Mill Swamp visited
My garden, ia 90 X 150 feet or at Cypress Creek Sunday evening,
about 2-5 of an acre. I have en- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gurganus
joyed watching the plant grow,, visited Mrs. J. W. Murray Sunday.
Mr. waiter James, Mr. Kaieign
But what Joy in sharing them
with my neighbors. .)
In September I planted turnips,
James, Mr. Oscar Grady and Mr.
Luther Grady of Seven ' Springs
of them to ' my
finrt nithftPM. tn rvnhr I niant- ( visited Mr. A; E J ames Sunday.
ed broccoli and mustard, I . had I Som of the farmers in this sec
vegetables all through the winter."1 ...ff!?.;'';,-1.
Mr. Clifford Batchelor, Miss Pen
nie Mabely and Miss Rosie Hum
ter motored over to Catherine Lake
Sunday evening. '
' Mrs. Alice Sloan, of neafFoun
tains Cross Roads, visited Mrs. J.
W.Murray Sunday evening. :
Mr. Frank Whaley, Mr. Chester
Maready, of Mill Swamp were the
guest of Miss , Hettle and Tressie
and gave- lots
friends. .( ' Jt s i ,
At each club meeting I read Mr.
Morrow's report and had the club
members discuss just which vege
tables they had growing in their
gardens. This seemed a great help
toward making our club programs
' In February I started my spring
trarden bv Dlantiner Irish notatoea.
... - . ... Id.m. ...
cabbage, ana garden ;- peas. ini"' duj cuiB.. ,
March I finished my garden byU -Mr.-A. E. James made a business
planting onions .tomatoes, pepper, trip to Wilmington Saturday. -
collards tender-greens, v turnips, I Mr. J. P, Jarrett was the guest
and radishes.-We have been Serving; of Miss Ruby Jones Sunday even'
radishes since the first of April. lng t -
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A miniature Ford V-8 to tho
first boys or girls cn- -svcring'
these 3 questions :
- 111 If l r"
-.'HAM - 7
Here's your dunce to get a miniature 1935 lord V-8 abto ,
lutely free! Aa exact replica of the big smart car itself goes
to each of the children sending or bringing in the
answers, to the questions above. These models are made of
durable material, beautifully finished in the 1935 Ford V-8
colors and equipped with genuine rubber tires. If you want
"on of these handsome Ford models get your answers in now!
Jlczd end ktb&ihzsz eaij udes!
t Any child under 12 years of age may enter, , , v
Write neatly brief answers to the three question
, .' listed aboTe and sign your name and address. " )v, V
j Bring in your answers as soon as possible .
' :. before all the prize automobiles are gone. . . '
' 0 The first boys or girls bringing or
i sending in the answers will receive, free, an exact
f miniature model of the 193 Ford V-8. .. .. i f ;:
Prises will beawerdedatotrshowroomlmnief !jtclyupoapreen- .
' Ution of your enswers, sccompsnlcd by your nsme end address. .
. i hi a peanut si.. . a- the hit.ii s
dtty lilit '. - Kathleen lu-
Mr. and Mrs. Albro James visit-'Smith and V.
ed Mrs. James' mother Mrs. Delia
Gurgahus Saturday and Sunday.
l lPotters Hill NewsS
The following were the guest of
Mrs. Emmitt Thlgpen at a quilt
ing ; party Tuesday afternoon:
Misses .Ines and Vendetta Qulnn,
Mesdames L. H. Qulnn, Ellis Tur
ner, J. W. Qulnn and Z. J. Qulnn.
Everyone is glad to know that
Mrs. Albert Miller is well again
after a short illness. " "
j were Muu
. Miss Lena
' The following members of the
school faculty have returned to
their homes: Miss Helen Tankard,
Bath; Miss Mary Ward, Seven
Springs; Miss Pauline ; Roberaon,'
Wendell; Miss Ruth Hough Nor
wood; Miss Rosa Lee Saied, Green
ville; Mtas Ruth Williams, Rocky
Mount; and Miss Delilah Whitfield,
Moss Hill. ;:'-;xS.
Miss Kathleen Roberson of E. C.
T .C, Greenville' spent the Easter
holidays here as a guest of Miss
Visitors here Friday evening to
H. Kerr included:
Marie Lassister, Snow Hill and T.
Mr. Archie Hall attended a dance
given in the Johm M. Hargett gym hear Hon. J.
Mondav eveninsr. ' I Marie Laaaisl
Messers C. L. and Don Qulnn W. Mewbern. Jesse T. Heath. W.
went to Grifton Thursday on a B .Douglas, Sheriff Churchill and
business trip. . ' i John G. Dawson of kinston.
Large ; crowds attended the m,. Ransom Holland spent East-
cnurcn services given ai umestone ' er th his family in Petersburg,
unapei uus weea. v
Miss Inez Qulnn was the guest
of Miss Rannie Qulnn Sunday.
. - .' '
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heath attend-
T t IT j.w. 1, j,. Hi UK I.UUW" ' """"" "-
" cmi, twb, . g H1U Sunday afternoon.
Macy and Rannie Qulnn and Er- " l,,rnr und UM.h.
man WiUiams have returned to
selle Jones, Messers Barnle, Don
and OraUo Qulnn, Cagey Hous
ton, Raymond Turner and Andrew
Howard went to a weiner roast at
Seven Springs Saturday evening.
Mrs. Cyrus Hall was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Thigpin, of
Beulavllle Sunday, ' " " -
Miss Ruth Batts was the guest
of 'Miss Pauline Bryan this week
end. , 1 - ;
- Miss Be mice Weston spent Sat
urday night with Miss Zattle
Qulnn. . - ' ,
, Miss Macy Quinn was the guest
of Miss Thelma Lee Jones Friday
night ," ' .
Messers Perry Hall and Battle
Thlgpen were the guests of Misses
Dessie and Ozell Edwards Sunday.
Mr. Archie Hall was the guest
of Miss -Ruby Summernn Sunday.
c Messers Barney Quinn and Gor
don Weston went to Kinston Sun
day. ' . . . - i
A large crowd ' attended the
Easter Program given at Lime
stone chapel Sunday evening.
Louiaburg ollege, Louisburg, af
ter spending Easter here with their
parents. ' l '
Mr. and Mrs, Charlie SandUn
and family of Raliegh were guests
of Mr. and Mrs, Jones Smith Sun
day. " , ' i'r--'.
. Out of town folks here for the
Rouse Turner wedding Monday
night Included: Mrs. Ray Rouse,
Mrs. Will Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W,
L. Hardy, Mr, and Mrs. I P. Har
day, Mr. and Mrs. Remus Rouse,
Mr. and Mrs.: Joel Rouse, Misses
Lena, Edna and Pattie Lou Rouse,
Mrs. Alonra Rouse, Mr. DeLeon
Whitfield, Miss Mamie Whitfield.
Misses Julia and Irene Davis, Mr.
Roland Hardy, Mayo Rouse, Misses
Pearl and Magie Jones of Moss
Hill, Mrs. J..T. Sutton, Mrs. Tem
ple Birch, Misses Thelma and Drew
Sutton, Mr.-- and Mrs. Clerence
Grady and Mrs.' John Nobles, Kins
ton;, Mrs. Paul Hines and son of
Wilmington. , ' .
TO ENTER MUSIC CONTEST
a of our t v
'I lie houleos Curved delicious re
freshments after which we . ad
journed to meet with Mrs..: Jasper
Thomas In May. , (
Catherine Lake News
Mrs. J. N. Craft, of Rlchlands,
was much surprised Easter morn
ing, finding a Lovely Potted Flow
er placed among her . number of
flowers on her front porch. The
flower was given by a friend as
ah 'Easter 'gift ' -f-jf-'r
Mr. Garland Craft attended an
Egg Hunt given by his sister, Mrs.
Albert Manning, Sunday afternoon,
v Mrs.' Olif Home was, the guest
of Mrs. L. E. Craft Sunday.
Mrs. Caroline Henderson .visited
her mother Sunday. :.
Mr. Walter Gurgonus and fam
ily spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs.
- Miss Evelyn Craft, of Rlchlands,
spent the week end with Mr, and
Mrs. Aluln Mazzell.
Mrs Julia Houston
Laid To Rest
Rose. Hill, 1 April 23. Miss
Yvonne Alderman will leave on
Wednesday of this week for Greens
boro, whsre she will enter the high
Th. -,,,in i- mi. scnooi music cuiucai in uiuno-umy-
Hill school was distinctly honored ;1 ndf "nf T
in having as the. commencement State Music Fest.va Miss Al;
speaker, the. Honorable John ; H.idfrma' a l86,11"1 H gh Scho0'
Kerr of Washington. Rep. Kerr,! aent tt"d 3L,furt,efn year?
whose home is at Warrenton seem! W' r!,g,ut ,ono,rs at
ed happy to be among his home ;""8 hooi piano-
folks. His sincere- appreciation f or . SSfJ? 'T .f Dl8tri;
the excellent "backing", especlaUy Q?. "p Werm,a1n wl"
in regard to the. Agricultural Ad-
Pink Hlll-Rt. 2-Aprii - lS.vOn
Friday morning, April 12th, the
spirit of Mrs.' Julia Houston took
its flight to an upper and better
world. Her maiden name was Julia.
Mercer. She was married to Joe
Houston and to this ' union was
born eight children, , six girls and
two boys, all who mourn' her loss
together with fifty-eight grand
children and sixty two great-grand
In the passing of Mrs. Houston
the community has lost a friend
whose counsel was timely and her
advice good. She was to her hus
band a good wife and to her chil
dren a tender and loving mother.
On Saturday at 2 p. m., her re
mains were taken to Sand Hill
Church where she had been a mem
ber for many years. The - casket
placed before the altar and fun
eral services were conducted by
her pastor Rev. L. E. Bryan and
Rev. S. Gray. Then taken to the
cemetary in the church yard she
was laid to rest in presence of
one of the largest gatherings seen
in the oountry, being about five
hundred. The 'congregation reflect
ed the high esteem in which she
was held. She was known to her
bered them by the hundreds. Her
friends as aunt JJulia and num
pilgramasfe being 81 years, six
months and 27 days.
veial members of the Inter-J ' I.V LADY .
udiate Christain Endeavor attend- In my poor cot there dwelleth not
t e Pdespyterian meeting at ML
C live Saturday, April 20th. '
Mr, and Mrs. Rouse of Magnolia ,
A lady lulled in laces v
And satins fine; none such is mine
But very sweet her face ia:
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. sDic For Ood, when first her heart did
Rouse Easter Sunday. . i ' beat , -
Mrs. j. 1. wiiiiams, Mrs. D. D.
Williams and children were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Turner Sun
day, April 21st.
1 Misses AUene Turner, Ruth Carr
and Mrs. C. V, Holland attended
church services at Rose Hill Easter
Mary .Elizabeth and Ross Tur
' Smiled on her face and made it
- Frank L."' Stanton.
:''i'r ' " n .'.''
. ' NOTICE ' '
, minis tr a tor. of the estate of W. O.
i Korhegay, deceasedr this is to
rsrHfr all nNnni ha vlntr lnlm
ner will spend 1 the berry, season at agalnst the 8ald estoW to present
thelp. uncles Mr.-D. D. Williams. to the dersigned. duly
. ? mf- PJS , , verifle n Itemised, on or before,
age of strawberry pickers, the far- April-15-86 or" this notice will be
mers inis secuon rear a great pleaded m of recovery,
loss, if tabor can't be secured at Au lndeMed fa e8tata
Thoughts For The
Edited By Frank L. Goodman
A TRUE HOME
Whenever a true wife ' comes.
will please make immediate pay
This 15th day of April, 1935.
THADDEUS KORNEGAY '
Rt.-l, Seven .Springs,
- Widespread air pacts developing.
n.any cut in Income tax is im-
this home is alwava around . her.
Tbs stars only may be. over' her probable in United States.
head, the glowworm t the night
cold grass may be tne only-fire
at her feet; but home is yet
where ever she is; and for a noble
woman it stretches far around
Justment program, that he has re
ceived from them since going to
Washington to represent the 2nd
District in the National Congress.
; In the declamation and recita
tion contests held at the achoov
Friday . mornina'. Audrev Tvnrii.il Our club held its regular month
and Cecil Stroud won out in the 'ly -meeting on April ninth at the
visit relatives in Thomasvllle.
..i. : pi'-' ,
Miller Club Holds
; f Monthly Meeting
elementary grades and Sarah Lee
" , FIELD PEAS ;.'; ' ,? '
." VELVET BEANS
AT RIGHT PRICES
Mt. OUve ' - Rt ,
home of Mrs. Ottla ' Miller. The
meeting was called to order by the
president' Mrs; Ashe Miller. Thirty
members responded to the roll
call.. Minutes of last meeting were
read Plans were made to attend
the County Federation at Kenans-
ville on April 19th, and take part
in the song contest. We also de
elded to entertain our husbands at
a picnic sometime In May.
"Mrs. McSwain gave a very in
terestlng demonstration on floor
finishes and their jcare. Our House
furnishing leader gave a demon.
stration on wall finishes which we
think will prove helpful to each
of us. We had short , but in terest-
ARE A MEMBER
of TFIIS BOARD ,
INDIRECTLY- but as a member, your Interests are placed .
i ' " ' . ' ' '
' first..- Aetloa by our board Is planned to benefit the community
ir...:.;:.':JiA: .' ".'.'' ')"',',' .
. as a whole, whether It involves a step In the management of the
ty. W are always nappy to offer you any of the faculties of ,
Varcav, N. C.
' O I A I I I
AN INSTITUTION FOUNDED UPON PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
Cranch Cnliimfr Trust Co.
' All of our accounts Insured by Federal Deposit
RESOURCES OVER $19,000,000 v'
WARSAW ' WALLACE
Teachey News Items
Mrs. Dick McLendon entertain-
ed her school mates of the Class
of '31, Tuesday April 16th.
Miss Geraldine Wells was the
only member of the Class absent.
The ones present were as follows:
Mesdames Manly Teachey, Eugene
Colwell, Henry Carter, Misses
Louise Wells, and Willie Mae Mc
Milllan. Clement High School closed Fri
day, April 19th. The members of
the graduating class from Teachey
are as follows: Mary Elizabeth
Turner, Rena Robinson, Mary
Frances Wells, Hattie Turner, Vir
ginia Southerland, Sarah Ellen
Wells, Virginia Jackson, Osbert
Fussell and C. J. Carr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wadsworth
and little daughter spent the Eas
ter holidays with Mrs. Wadsworths
parents at Lake Waccamaw.
Mrs. Henry Wells and little
daughter visited her mother at
Rocky point during the Easter
The children of the Baptist and
Presbyterian Sunday Schools en
joyed the Easter egg hunt at the
Baptist Church Saturday after
Miss Ruth Carr is spending the
Easter holidays with her parents
Mr .and Mrs. C. J. Carr.
Miss Haigler, from Cameron, S.
C, was the guest of, Mrs. J. L. J
Wells during the Easter Holidays.
Mrs. J. c. Cottle and children
ents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carroll
spent Easter Sunday with her
parents of Turkay.
It was quite a surprise to friends
of Miss Sallie Southerland to hear
of her marriage Saturday, April,
Regular preaching services at
her, better than ceiled with cedar, "m"fent Christian church
or painted with vermilion, sheddteg "'" ev"y 3rd Sundy
its quiet life far. for those who Tn.Jhf on turday "o
else were homeless.-Ruskln , fnnd "ad, ,S"nday morn-
n ' v .ni..,.., ipg and n,Sht at 11:00 a- m. and
Be Your Child's Confidant ,., o, u ,
Always allow your child to tell 7:80 p- m Sunday scho01 each
you all that has happened to in- Sunday at 2:30 p. m., except the
terest or annoy while absent from 3rd Sunday at 10:00 a. m.
home. Never think anything which The public is
affects the happiness of your chil
dren too small a matter to claim
your attention. Use every means
in your power to win and retain
their confidence. Do not rest satis- ' ,
fied without some account of each '
day's joys or sorrows. It is a ,:"2M!Mt"M"t-X'-XM":"':
source of great comfort to the in- CoV Tf With Flnnrava
nocent child to tell all its troubles -W l. "Jill J? JOWerS
to mother, and do you lend a will
ing ear. For know you, that as
soon as they cease to tell you all
these things, they have chosen
other confidents, and therein lies
the danger. O Mother! This is the
rock on which your son may be
wrecked at-last. I charge you to
set a watch upon it. Be jealous of
the first signs that he is not open
ing all his heart to you.
public is cordially invited
to attend these services.
W. W. SHEPARD, Pastor,
A. O. BOSTIC, S. S. Supt.
112 N. Trianon Kinston, N. C.
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FARMVHXE, N. C.
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past month makes necessary an increase in our stock
of late model Used Cars.
We need late models all makes of Used Cars at
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Our "R&G" Used Cars are priced to sell. We
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