Y I I A - - -r rt i ; jTA devote
EST OF 1 v- i
iJ ; PEOU J.
1 ' :i
ilace And Duplin; County
..Idsi Largest Event Of Kind
Iver Held In North Carolina
: VaKsoK fthe
biggest festival event will be prac-
tlcally compietea. wtuiao
clnlty Have spared nothing to make
the annual Btrawnerry ;
the biggest thing of its kind In
Katem Carolina, J, A. -HarreU,
Mayor. f; Wallace, and tt " to-
dividual who ta mosUy xesponsi- toe heaJth happiness of both
ble for the event, is very optlmis- apeaent an(1 Wure generations;
Uo oh the eve' of opening. Mr , JnA . , t -
HarreU and other - ottictol hiwV A i :'r;'oiiitv
invited a long Bst of prominent 1 WHEREAB, thepwiin c-ouniy
inviiea " otfttB a- Better: Housing Program 4s help-
men and women in th .State a our ciUzenii to build new home,
from other states to attend thifes- , homea , whicw
accepted the tovltaUon Governor
Khringhaus and United States Am.
uvai ana many wi-
bassador Josephus Daniels express- ;
oay., s ine ,Bm, iM.. ,
. m - t j
a... n, nlt-iVAn 4n IMinlln I.OUI1LV IS
c.v. v.- , r 7. - -
.interested in pecause is jw
tv festival and not Just a. Wallace
fvcub f J.SSV y""o 7 '
etc .of the Program n ac-
erauoir of uupims itu.uS
7 'ns from every - section
iroud of -
ty. Dttplin is JusUy proud
1 v ,rry nwtfon
f - ' " - a -
i. i,aivcular as it is -almost cer-
the largest strawberry market Int.,
ljuu uiai riMiw " ... "
the world wnen. tne preseuv crvp
Among the features of the fes-
uvai - wiu oe umwiwv ""w" t
and DODUhur orchestra. . ' (
Thirty beautiful : young
nnn win nta 11111111 iiuui uiia am.,
' ... mnlra If ImnoS- 1 2 NOW. -THJUUKiTUKlS. Jas..
-T- 3'a6T ""-mertitX, Mayor of KenansviUe do!fu; Robeson county n:
- Tmi asme'Kpo.nt Saturd.y. the tttodmb.
r w-w, r- - - - ' fifteenth 'dav of June. 1838. to, be
' la ine una ut siusiciu
. . tkm df the state to participate in-
Wall the festivities Mn pirate cos-
turne.' This alone will be sufficient
td deUght many thousands expect-
ed to attend. " y - , I
" . Inasmuch as Original plans riave
. ', been far exceeded, ; it has been
. found necessary to add to the ex-
" position proper by, placing a lar-
' 'pircua tent on an adjacent lot. I
.'E. ... 1 . 1 k AtA.A n
Further tt baa been decided to!lf,ri!inavillA Wll Tn
enlarge the dance floor : to take
care' ,ot approximately flv hun
- dred ouplea, ,The dance liall will
"I be profusely decorated as a Japa
. Two blocks of the city, will be
deqorated and electrically . Ulumi
"i nated In many color.. "v-':
' niinlia mmwt.' tnr mhlhlts .kzii
booths w otog t a Premium, plpe W -the
v due to the limited space vaitabldw. flthi
ana several crews 01 mo
'the present time erecting ; mam
moth and gorgeous displays . for
Of high class .lto--Sva,-V The watet flow U as
- Importance ave been booked lor
we wnsHn -;
Was very fortunate In securing the
service, of the Wighand Troupe
and such other acU as the Flying
Atwoods. Others' equally ' as im-
; portant have been booked with ad
; aitlonal features .being. i, arranged
for dally. . . .::
, Monday morning at 11:00 o'clock
' has been set for the, official Open
; ing with speakers of note sched-
uled to be on' hand.' On Tuesday
night the fashion show will be held
. With . arrangements ..practically
' complete for securing a display of
:- the most gorgeous wearing apparel
ever .seen In .this section. : Local
' merchants with the New 1 York ag
f encles to secure the best that can
be secured for this display. ' .The
candidates in the Queen's contest
will act as models for this event.
Th? big feature . on Wednesday
? night will be the better baby con
test when the future generation
will compete for honors. I ,
Thursday nights will be the
Queen's election nlgbt with the
coi.t -stant receiving the largest
mn- 'er of popular votes being In
p. rated Queen. The . second
" i t wil lbe first maid of honor,
t I 1 ' list second maid of hon
, third maid of honor.
. r ' t, la very keen
' M ' " ' t Will
National Setter -,
HOUSlIlg Day, Jline 15.
, By The Mayor of KeuMvUle
WHEREAS, the home l of su
preme importance m the basla of
our community life, constituting,
as it does ,ao essential factor in
"i. v.(u.a D.t uM.rfRr
.11. - -
. . , . . . ta:Wrd, Kegan .umn, r. ,,urunswicH
iota with-tiitlzens of other commun-
Ttl" tKMrWthWi mik.!
mes mrougnoui tne iana in ram
servancee, in order' that the ben-
- . n.,mVu. . ,
'v ' r:T'
- ",, ? --v-- -"d.
1 JAS E. J" . I Wft
. - ? - ctt -.m -
rNwrRoftf 0.1 '
flirf. HnliaA- Ahoilt
V. . .
The removing of the- old- slats
an that MMvaHftff wlth'.'tlfl
Jn Ml tMV
roof 0j the Court House has been
n smn un sisi ui 11111 s n it irnrirm nn
tnink that most of the work will
ioB6 this week. The new roof
ta a heavy grade of tin and will
painted right away, AO new
valleys were put in and the-roof
'ought to give-satisfactory service
for several decades, All of the slate'
sad rubbish has been removed from
.tha court house yard. v iiHY-
Tbs Town Board of Commission
ers of Kenans villa at their meeting
oni Friday - examined and accepted
the well as being fully repaired
from, the .recent cave and -insured
agaistanother caving by lowering
r - i - i1; onn lAnth. . Th wHI ku
been out of use since ca.vlng'ajit
two months ago and it was neces-
aaM .a .uwt-lll .hn MMkir: .Ht' nil In
good as ever and the-engineers
'.L - , ' ; nmT
- Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wells left to
day for Montreat, N .C, where Mr.
Wells will serve as. a commissioner
to the meeting of the General As
sembly which meets there May 30.
Mr. .Wells is one of the six men
who will represent - Wilmington
Presbytery ; In this meeting. He
is planning to stay through the
entire meeting which will close a
bout the middle of nex.t week. ' ;
Mr. Wells was granted a leave
of absence from bis office la the
court house where he serves the
county as clerk of the court. Dur
ing his absence the office work
will be carried on by bis secretaries
Misses Anna Carr and r Dorothy
To Elect Welfare And
Health Heads Monday
The County Boards of Education
and Commissioners will meet in a
Joint session Monday for the pur-
po 9 of el.-" a Welfare Officer
a 1 I- ' !i I-cpartment bead for
I t ( '
v . THE TIMES COVERS DUPLIN LIKE,
Health Superlatives ;
. Selected From Group
" Miu ruiLii nvru. ui xvcuaiia
Miss Ruth Byrd, of KenansviUe,
health king of DupUn county wew pUed1ne,;pastlU in-general
MondayT "May 27 W.flortl;-Je JhU.
group winner. ,in health
for 12 counUes held at the county
health department to Imbertimi
it ir announced by Mr., Etele
Smith, district home agent. a
, kn.ln.Hn. ,nf , Hib
county kings and ; jiW'lii aPv
group . were made; by;. Dr. is.
IHardln, county healtht officer, as-
I cmmTy health nurse and Mrs. W. a
1 1 Ivey. 'i -i v ,v , - : s ?;
r . r.fL1
y.yu. V . . . 7 '
oaK: Biaaen councv i: faunne
b' .. . . .
...... an. mwtuitk Uam4i
, rT 4 . , ,:
Ssmpsoa county 81: Marie Cooper,
ngw;Qod, ;Brui,wlck county
- - ' 1 1
VOniniUniy s lCniC ,
' . 'W i'lsoundinortaage? ;msiatead rf
inmrnunnr ncnic. SDonsor
;C.-Mom and Pop.Club'r:i)ofrowert toTnft appucaxion-- srir
K-i.ansVllW wltt ft. hMWaKW Ckneratloa(' ii
therland's sprln Monday vem ' V me tests of eligibility are as
limlng W 5U. Eveiy person in . follow.: fe, 5
Uptown is akd to-joltt the piciuoU, been
crowd, , bring - lUBeh. and' bav s ja involuntary default on.hia home
good UmsA The lunch. wiU be spread 'oan on june 13; 1933. and unable
I -fc. S.W. ,imtm tilt, Anil .W .JI1
w : wnr , umi wujW carry orreruna ms present mor-
j den n MH 'of fresb cool
water for those Who will be unable
to make that grade. Each parent
Is asked to be sur and bring all
;W11 Wjtokug:'foR.you;-''i '
School Teachers Re ; ,
turn To KenansviUe
. The young ladies of the teaching
profession Who are . residents of
KenansviUe are returning to their
homes here for the summer, vacs
Uon. Miss Margaret Jones, Miss
Ruth, Ingram and Miss Mary Ed
na Dobson hsye returned to their
wuueg- Biuuenu mn, veguj
w niTv iwcv: uarw mi: iiiru.
Penney are both eating at the .old
home tab!e.;agata t,t?..il(
Reveals 7 New Cases
Sgo- ' v"
Dr. H. L. Seay, chest speclaJtet
i of the State Sanatorium, who Is,
' conducting free tuberculosis cli
nics for adults throughout Dup
lld County, made the following
report Uu-ough Tuesday. t ,
" Elghty-sevea K patients ' have
been examined,' Sixty white and
twenty-seven colored, sevea aew '
esses of tuberculosis have been :
diagnosed. Tons white and three
colored .one of which Is in the
faivadvaneed stages of tubercu
losis. Four old eases have been
checked on. , . Xv 1 ;.;' ''.f ',',;:
' It was through the cooperation
5 of the Health Department with
the Extension Division of the
State Sanatorium that these ell-'
ales were made possible, there- i
fore, eur Health . Officer, . Dr.
White, has urged each and every ,
one suspected of having tubercu- l
iosis to make appointments for
. Oxantinatloa. . " ':yr3 '?
r, J'1'? '. sisvmA.m V. ' v- ' ',i V- ";.
Last week the TIMES stated
that the County Board of Educa
tion would, meet again oa June
3rd. We are glad to correct this
statement and advise that the
Board will meet next on the first
Monday In July, ; The Board
meets on first Mondays tn July,
October, January 1 'I un
less oii.. tv. ,.-e o " 1 f -r a f c
' lid w ' ly (" a t i.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ,
HOLC A: : lies Rigid
Eli-ii:::ty Tests To
Applicants For Loans,
, '' 1 '
Dealing with the amendment to
the Home Owner1 Loan Act, sign
ed today by President Roosevelt,
which permits th Hohie,.Owners"
IXMm- Corporation for a period of
80 days, to accepftew loan appli
caUans;,vi:ohn H-iftohey febalrtaan
of , the CorpprBtlW,; today issued
tho fnllnwinir statement. emoha3-
izing that such apjiiications wiji bo
--v.il nnlv fiito home owners
who are ciearyi' tn distress, ano!
are -inreateneu wut , iuaa ui
their homes, urpijgh foreclosure:
. , , .
-"The sme tesfcroi eiigiouity oi
HOLC .ppucants'iwhdch have ap
' "t me owneho are in gen-
b forced; tft. reje every aPP"ca"
tion.wmcn l- noixreuny eugiuie.
ur ... 7r
certain tnat ma appucauon wm do
striction-He jhojld realise that
, th3 rejectlp of a! ineligible appli-
faexW dbts. is likely to ,
oo 1h. Knm. nWnAv lhn Inns of '
: ------- r t; '
hl property because., or the un-j
wiliintrness i'f his present mortga-
::ta" t -. -7 -
.nnn n t u i i i i. . . '
''Largeiy -as : a lesult ..-Of . more
-n- HtuKi.uH 'tW. ttiotw hv thn
Home Owners' Leuii Corporation,
.lending institution. are. to a fa
, i stronger pos!U6hjtiay than they
.were a-:;year. ago. -1 uey wu
- : '( . mi ,1
( - mi u .
(abie to recast and tarry reasonably
oereuiir xr cvewvigicourtiKinK buuii
. - ... -
-unM 11 caq . oe snown in
the Corporation's satisfaction
a default occurlng later can be
shown to' the Corporation's satis-,
faction that a default occuring la-1
ter than JUne 13. 1933. Was the re-1
Ut of unemployment or oUier mis -
fortune beyond th.e appUcant's con -
trol, i The Corporation was created
to protect honest home owners who
are in temporary difficulty, and
not for the purpose of saving lend
ers .from the results of their own
past mistakes in making exessivr.
loans, or. In lending to persons not
entitled to credit.
. 2.:The past record of the appli
cant for integrity is a vital factor.
Anyi applicant will be rejected as
ineligible - if his general record is
unsatisfactory particularly if be
niy defaulted on
existing indebtedness and has a
record of not paying his bills when
he is atle to do so. v
3. .To redeem the, home from
forced sale or voluntary surrender,
such sale or surrender must have
taken place since January 1, 1930.
4. The applicant must.be In act
ual distress with his mortgage in
debtedness and threatened with the'
loss 'of. bis home by-.. foreclosure.
Applicants who have, no present or
prospective income of any- charac
ter, and clearly could not meet the
indebtedness, are- Ineligible unless
htheir notes are also signed; by re
sponsible parties. , ; ' -
5. The property must be used -by Misses Willie Mae McMillan, Mei
the owner as Ms.iome or held by va'&nd .'Dot Farlow; Katherlne
him as his homestead and,' as a Bland, Mary Jaunlta Mallard and
rule, it must hat been his home on Madaline Hearn.
June IS, 1933.' , . ;? 1 ' Richard, i"Jr,;' ahd" Lacy Earl
6. The bome must have a value Rouse pent ,last week.end with
not . exceeding . $20,000.00 as ap-tbe'r grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
praised by the Corporation. No ; J- E. Rouse of Magnolia."
loan may be made for amount ex- f .'Mrs. tola Mae McKnzte(and fa
cMiiinv tiinnonn a en n nnt milv. Mr .and Mrsji Raymond C.
fthe Corporation's appraisal of
the property, whichever Is the smal
7. Ordinary farm nroDertv is not
eligible unless the applicant' draws
Ma livelihood fftnvitofoltom.
1 -I? ;8. No applicant will be
granted a loan: If such refinancing
Is Intended, only to protect s' bank parents,- Mr. and Mrs. R. D. usher, j fortable but he is able to be at portunlty afforded. The Rev,
loan or other business-obligation, J4 Missr3ane Wells Is visiUng her: work agata. , Messrs. C. F. R Shehane, J. L. C.
9.!The Corporation'' will -not re- Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells. v J The Copperhead Is a very dan- Griffin, E. H. Lake, E. M. Pingree
finance the homo of An owner who Miss Branch was taken to James 'gerous-snake 'and bites without and James Inman, and Dr. J. B.
can continue to carry bis '.present - Walker Memorial Hospital Sunday I warning. He is known in Eastern, Dods and Mr. William Ives, (lay
loan." j 1 ' i a. m. for an appendix operaUon f North Carolina by the names of man) belong to this period f; -I
. Roper urges foreign trade meet
ing to study world's .needs. -
Henry . F: Grady sees
aid In foreign trade.
j v '
Universalists To Gather iiere
Next Sunday G
Ada vi uo v
- Zr irZ
' citltuL Telephoneltog Campaign began Monday April
Telejfrapb Company to Wli j 29. with a house-to-house canvas.
operate a telepone exchange in the
town of KenansviUe. The company
lg lannl to branch out mt0 the
in dtrecUoll fronj
town and establish county lines to
serve the people living In the coun
Plans are being made to be
gin work on the new system In the
near future. The latest system
of automatic diel phones will be in
stalled with the central at Ken
ansviUe and connection with War
saw with, all places in the country.
. r. r O .
Thirty five members of the "Tea
chey Home Makers Club met at its
regular monthly meeting at the
-iw -n k
president, Mrs. J. U Wells and the
entire club sang, "The Belles of St.
Mary." After Mrs. U E. Wells,
jead m prayer tne Minutes were
read and the roll called.
.rr-w t.os w.
- k. nM a.s.i.imAa
- tne jjjgtric t was dUcussed. A com
I mm . .nMioti r.i.n tn.
transportation. Mrs. McSwain gave
!an interesting demonstatlon on
, the 1 care of floors and woodwork,!
after Which the leaders gave inter-
estlns reports. The hostesses,- Mrs. '
. Clyde Fussell,
Mrs. H. P. Ennisl The KenansviUe school board
Fussell served lem- Vill meet next Mondav at 3:00 o.
and Miss ldell
onade and cake. The club ad-
journed to meet again tn June with
Mrs. Edgar Wells.
Mesdames Charles Rivenbark,
, Lffinnu Hrown una hub jMHDie
1 Brad8haw vtsted elr Sister at
, Hlgn Polnt laat week
Mr. Glover of Greensboro was in
town last week.
Lloyd Farlow of Greensboro is
visiting Billy Farlow.
.Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rouse and
daughter, Helen, Mrs. Fred Paston
and son, Douglas and Mrs. John
Allen of Charlotte were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Rivers Rouse last
Mr. Tom Ogilvie and daughter,
Miss Inez, Mrs. Zimma.and' Miss
Sara Page of Callahan, ' Florida
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Wells last week.
I Florida folk mentioned expect to
visit Washington, D. C, New1 York
and'relatlves In Boston,- Mass, be
i Mr. Moyer McMillan,, accompa
nied Mr. Jennings Welsoh to Phil
Mr. nad Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Edward
Wllhams, Misses ; Annie : Thomas
Wells- and - Allene ' Turner spent
Thursday In Wilmington shopping.
Mrs. Elizabeth Turner entertain
ed a few of her friends at a Sew
ing Party. Those present were
Lewis and baby' visited Mr. and
, Mrs. G. R. McMillan Sunday. '
Mrs. J. L. Wells and Miss Mary
Adlene Wells went to WUmington
: shopping Wednesday.
? Mrs, Ira Ezzett of Warsaw -Ui
I vWttos; her father, Mr. "Francis
I Mrs. Jim Ramsey Is visiting her
j She was accompanied by her hus
band and Miss Melva Farlow. '
Misses Lorraine Wells, Helen Ann
. and Elisabeth Ward were, guests ot
Misses Aliens and Mary Elizabeth
..Turner Wednesday evening. . .
4 THURSDAY. MAY 80th., 19SS
Of Church In South
A Financing Plain To
Repair And Moder
nize Your Property
Duplin County Better Hou
. - -
Miss Annie Mildred Bizzell, Sev
en Springs; Mr. David Wilklns,
aBno; ,..v3, IThe frgt annua, meeting was held
Teachey; Mr. Jacob PoweU. Wal- , Kemulgv,Uei on June 3., 1927
lace; Miss Margaret Rogers Rose d na8 n an annual affair here
Hill; Mr. Floyd Barnett, Gllsson; '8,nce. ne aale of organi2a.
Mr. R. S. Witherington. Famon; Uon of Unlver8aIist Conven
Mrs. E. J. Elwell, Cypress Creek; , 1fi97 K.
Mr. Grover C. Rhodes, Warsaw;
Miss Elizabeth Hudson, Wolfscrape
I You may apply for a credit to
make housing improvements, In-
eluding built-in equipment, if you
; can repay in regular installments
.over a period of from one to five
! Not only will the Better Housing
Campaign help Duplin County to
modernize homes, but will employ
numbers of people who have no
i Seventeen Home Demonstration
Clubs in Duplin County, with an
enrollment of 650 members are co-
. i . V. K T..nlln r. J
fc""s " " vib"'
, sation in the promotion of the Bet-
r. Office In County Agents. Of fics.
I Va- Dixon. Secretary.
T , , ,
Local School Board
lfaaa lrn J,,,,
m. and elect teachers for the 1935-
36 term. All applications should
te sent to Dr. G. V. Gooding, Se-
cretary to the board.
Church Building Sun
day School Rooms
The KenansviUe Methodist
Church broke ground Monday
morning for the erection of Sun
day School equipment. The building
will be a two story structure with
rooms on the first floor for begin
ners Primary and Juniors and the
rest of tbs classes meeting In the
upstairs rooms except for the div
son in the church auditorium.
J$iThe new building will be built
. . , T
oil the west side of the church
biuiding. twelve feet from the pre
sent biuldnig and extending seve-
! ral feet behind the present church.
Tb new blulding will be connected
to the old with a 8 foot passage
which will join about 16 feet fromi
the rear wall of the church on the
west side. The new structure will
be brick veneer with metal roof
and will be 24 feet deep and 32
feet front with a front entrance
facing the street.
BITTEN BY COP-
ripn up inOVAVP
rCjli, IIFjAiJ OfNilvri
was painfully bitten by a Copper-
head snake while pulling tobacco
plants last Saturday afternoon.
The snake was lying in the grass
and weeds in the tobacco bed and
bit Jim on the middle finger as he
was' reaching for a plant The
snake struck twice but failed to hit
Jim's hand on the second strike,
Jim was rushed to the doctor and
was decided that there was not
enough poison In his system to
Imake It necessary to take the aw
urn. Jim's arm was swollen to the
elbow, and was somewhat uncom-
White Oak,- and Pilot Tbe snake
that bit Jim was killed and was a- , States, practically all denomina
bout twd end one half feet long. f tlonal effort Was abandoned. At its
-''''" 1 o , - close, however,, services were re-
'Old ruins are1 found by air. base, sumed at several places, and for a
party In Pacific isles.:; i s , - (OoaUnaed oa back page) -
..V'; ' . r
. NUMBER 24
The annual meeting o f the Uni-:
versalists of North Carolina will
be held in the school auditorium
at KenansviUe next Sunday. The
meeting will be an all day affair
and is held each year on the Sun
day nearest June 3rd., the anni
versary Of. the founding of Univer
saliam in the South, when the Sou
thern Unlversalist convention was
organized and a Constitution, Sa
lutation to Posterity and a Con
fession of Faith were adopted."
dred and eight years ago -on June
3rd, this year.
Featuring the program Sunday
Historical address by the
U Canfield, D. D. of
Greensboro, at 11:00 o'clock in
the morning. At 11:30 Rev. Ordell
E. Bryant, minister from Clinton
will preach on "The Heritage of
Universalists." Following the ser
mon, dinner will be spread on the
The evening session will be fea
tured by a sermon at 2:30 by the
Rev. John T. Fitzgerald, pastor of
the Outlaw's Bridge Church. Mr.
W. H. Skeels of Rocky Mount will
preside over the meeting. Special
music will be rendered.
For, the following brief sketch.
fit Muv.tiUtMitinUInlnmllun In
nurui utruuna uie njucja is in
debted to Dr. H. L Canfield of
A Brief Sketch of the History of
Universal Ism In N. Carolina
Wbittemore'g "Modern History of
Universallsm" a book published in
Boston, Massachusetts, in 1830, re
cords the fact that Universallsm
was preached in North Carolina as
early as 1780. The preachers of
that period were John Stanstel, of
Johnston County; a man by the
name of Tatum, from lower down
in the state; D. Martin ,in Fairfield
District, adjoining Newbury; Giles
Chapman, of the same region, and
Elijah Lynch. These men seem to
.have been Dunkers, sometimes call
ed German Baptists .who had
thought their way out of the or
thodoxy of the time, Lynch bring
ing his congregation with him in
to the church of te new Faith
In about 1823, a man by the name
of Cole preached in the state for a
brief time. In 1825, Abner Knee
land, of Philadelphia visited Wilm
ington and preached there two
months in a Baptist meeting house.
On Mis home trip he passed through
the bounties of Duplin, Hanover,
and Wayne, preaching in each one
The Universalists of Wilmington
wishing to have a pastor, wrote
to Boston for one, and the Rev.
Jacob Frieze, of Rhode Island, war
A Unlversa,igt paper
was started, known as the Libera-
list edited by Mr.Frieze, and af
ter his return north by a layman,
Mr. McRae. Mr. Frieze was follow
ed in the pastorate by Rev. A. J.
Maurice The points where meet
inpfl wpr helrl In Mia nntlvino- r.
is'on were, Richland Chapel, North
6881 and Shepherd's Meeting House
In Onslow Cgunty; Limestone,
I Union, Nahunga and New Hope
meeting houses, in Duplin county;
Clinton (Court House) Ten mtlen
and Lisbon meeting houses, in
Sampson county; Trenton Court
House, in Jones county and Chin
quapin Meeting House, in New
Hanover, and in other places not
named. In 1836, James Parsons
preached in the state several mon
tha In 1846, Rev. John Burrusa .
visited the State and preached sev
eral months, and the Rev. Hope
held regular services for several
years Rev. D. B. Clayton began :
coming to the state tn 1860, prea-
cMng and holding debates as op
. During the War Between the