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3LISHED EVERY THURSDAY
s THURSDAY, JUNE 13th., 19S5
:y L. U McL-NDON, ' .
' -In Survey!, g Crop f '
,i '.i-hlp su; srvteort will be-
eosuring co-.'.on and tobacco
d acres today, and to check
"te compliance with the con
All farmers are expected
1 are asked to assist In measur
es planted acre or to. desig
to asslBt With this
t if he la not able to be present
very necessary that the farm-
e this arrangement as the I
ton cannot 1 continue - 10
visits to his farm. '
e case of the cotton the f ar-
expected to designate ? by
i or some other means those
ted to the Government tin
t : cotton contract. This
ill be pushed as rapidly as
and every effort will , be
i complete the task before
)g begins in order to save
i inconvenience as possible.
Must Be Filled Out i r
TUe 8th, 7th and 8th of June " , . - .
SffSSff 2 Home Demon-a:on A-ant
?vtSrDSMakes A Good Report;: 496
t 'pug to be signed before the com'
i.teemen " '- ' " , '
' : A ereat many of these applica
?wer who does not make applica- ;.
tions have been returned to : the
t n f or them. . wo applications cuiirr
'e after June 20th and it is !
'"i'v necessary for . these
to be secured prior to that
Froduotlon of Hay " ,
n of the most satisfactory
i-t 1 r(yn(tPij buy ci farms in
. ..y a hay of ex
; 1 -' y is by planting very
is cy pmimn vr.
rs about three feet
rs.- -As 1 ft
' 1 1 rows
. in height cultivate them
aud then plant a row of Cow. Peas
In the middle. Tata allows me eoy-
beans not to become crowded by,
the cow peas and gives a mixture
that is palatable to all classes of
livestock ft and 'One Wg In feed
value. This hay should be; out
when soybeans begin to bloom and
mi ib-vcb yi ovj
cow peas are stlU reen and noti"
"heddlne: from the Plant, ' If cut at
IhiS Stage ail ox me .awniwui
still ding to the plants when theinrn. , . durmt m ng
bay cured ; ... ' .. ;
. There is suu ome ior pianimg meetings during May was pr" " 7r". ,
; ' Lyman News
Mrs.' Bllley Whaley spent
week end with her parents,
.nt ura ' Kit Hunter.
..Jick .Larder.' spent last week,
with his grand-mother. Mrs. D. W.
--rf- -r;. . ;a 1
; Mrs. W. rv Lamer sp"" ,u -
day with Miss Dorothy Lanier' :
- Mri. rry Sandlin of Winston
dainm visited friends here last
week: ' ' s ; ' )'"-",? , -
.' Mr.'and Mrs. .Hugh .'Hunter
spent Sunday in Magnolia. .- . v r'
-' ' Mr .and Mrs. Jack Lanier spent
' Sunday .with Mrs. and Mrs. ;G.
ece.' . '
Friends here wish a speedy Te
' coveryifor Mrs. Joe Williams.
Littls.Joan Reece entertained a
number of her. little friends at a
brithdav party Saturday, after
noon. This being her second birth '
am ucuiR uc
large cake upon j whiclv
day. " A
ced the tenter of the- tawe. ;me
guest were served pundh and cake. ",,7 toelr aummer train-1 Rose HiU:-Mary Lou .WUklns,
JIb but Naomi Moore, Vienna Moore, Lu
erjoyeff on Ihe lawn, The hostess . -.gourcef ulness of ,1U cile Ward. s '
received several f membfrstni, Teethe church has' Clinton :-Nlda Robinson, Betty
sent were, R. H. Lanier Ji "dwta lred property.near Watha at Carter. Wllda Robinson, . Hazel
Lanier, D. C. Lanier. Eloiae Brown. gutoB ,8, Neck. The Robinson. Dixie Knowlee and Rac
Tlney Maready. HWwOwtor. Jc-community is being rapid- hel Roblnaon. . , : , 7-' -Shirley
Carter, Glennle Lanier, and ;tudy j' Greensboro:- Addle Ford. Mrs.
Sharon Lanier. - v Jomg people ta now ln progress. France. Buttles, Marjorle ' Leslie
T ', The property was, deeded the Unl-' Frances Buttles, Majorle eslle,
SnOW Hill NeWS 1 IversalUts by the Alliance of Unl- Maiden. Mass.; Mary Lee Shine.
J, iss Dorotny Kornegay .. t
Mr and Mrs. S. J. wauer anu .
Mrs D. S. Waller enieriaineu
:. v ,it ii Catnrvlav P TUT
u uiuiwa " : ').; : - i ia -..- 1
rra r F. Herrin&r and children
, 7; wi7.m TimiiinM of
'x"vPir Mill section Sunday
Taft Herring and children
Eari Herring and baby
d in the Scotts Store commu-
' a U1B ,
. . . : . t
ouuuu r. . .
and Mrs, awin xiuil ai.u
xnent Sunday at Mr.
ml Mrs Edirar Outlaw and
-illel. -ws Lena and
' , ,;,'t -ini!..vat
res In Duply's
'Above is pictured from left to
tv Home Demonstrator. Miss Ruth
Swinsou and Mr. May, Assistant County Far-a A jj:.t. Eyrd and 1
Mr. Byrd were the winners In the
I son was also 4 eompetitor In this
Women Attended Meetings
17 Group Meetings
' V -T;,
ai LUI OUJUJ lii v 5 '
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4 - it llealtn COnieSl
Held; Duplin Rates.
)' ' " '' ' ' '
' During the month of Me
'teen club meptingswere,.' f
women with an attendant v . ....
Eighteen new mcmbfs
" ?. Jch t
ing U- - -'-' "
made, a score of loo during xne
month and aufverage o six pw-
. ; . lMfcw. i-,,,. contributions at
J meettogs; "
mevep. hundred'and fifteen mils
7.,ZI ,r tb
.."" C- .ti,
e.S thSh of He" cat
aeent'S office .One hundred ana ""J" --..-. ( ... .(,
JZ- , wdlvld .t.tm'BBUryamtumywuTut--'ThB old church buildlngi
jTk..iii. - also a competitor- In this contest now used . has been serving the
wnJv uiiiwiw mi
attributed - and 2000 wm.'
Every member .ttendlB1E
ri m,i.nrf wwwnrir " '
' . ! ' . .
f1InuHn ,nt, were demon-
Btrated. j of oiled floors; 2. 1
LCI OUj- -i Vt- VV . . ...I . .
j.'- .n'i aI ")mmiBh
,noors and woodwork; 4. Care of
VL woodwork; 5. Care of paint
,K!TZ ni ihlrnitiir.- 7.
Care of Linoleum;' 8. RenovaUng
Printed Unoleum; 8. How to make,
a treated floor mop; 10. How to
Universalists Are Holdirig;
Institute At Shelter Neck
The L'niversallBt Church In,
Kmllna this voar ifl enlOVinK SUm-
Carolina .y." ""577,..
i During the school daye Rev. W.
V"Z . ?
tariau mrumcu, n j v,'-
n. pw j
I ducting a class. Rev. John T. Fits-
geraia or oeveu fub i-.wi-
in on Church History, Mias Sallie
Wilklns gives a ; course dealing)
with "Famous Americans", Miss
Edna Williams has oharge of the
music and Rev. H., U Canfleld of
r u, AonVa "rhirront . Hlv.
, . .!, Wan Tnnwlnv.
morning ana wm iuo oiiu.jr,
Mrs. John E. Williams an d Mrs. 1
Glennle Outlaw are house mothers
Of the Institute. '
Young people attending the In-
j c.t'iw's rri-'ze: LtTloy r.m -
4-II VJ 'Zi Vcrk
rlg - t: them. Prs'.
Byrd sad C ' ' r. r. V-m L,
Duplin J CoateetL s Bwl
contest." ' ' ' V 1
Wl IU wuaa aa(r rff '
7r:, TJ ... J. .iL,
k niotiim a rnom- fter
patching all boles in tbe waU Is:
ZTtlZ aU hole, in tbe waU l,,
neclosed. After nntohimc 1
family decided to finish th
'other rooms Of the bom also put
up ' wreens ana muw oux-
side t ' t. . 11'"
r re ten memoers
i;i ! 1 "7 f
I it (4 esv to-lm-
-gme t- y t
v sm 'now.
tb-Jt t-elr fc' 9 is r
I'l a 1 '.1
nvk. . Am mtoa aa poaaiuU
j wju (Ubmit. other pictures of
4 a ill. r j 1
, 4 - '
JtatttJByiv a.Carsvi Btd
ww - wtnnera tat th- Dp 1
Contest and wew earried to Lum-'
last Monday by the Home
-1 to Wlth
bcoiw ior una uunnci. vuuuv
follows: Ruth, Byra, VI;
aminauon Rum Byro scored to ana
1MU. Small from Jones County
W j ,. aHiw Itufi
teU mar W. J. Gibson, also
tram Jones and was therefore eU
nlnate - " ' ( -
It wal rrattfying; to know; that
rnn ijiifi in1 winun wan ovmr - 12
counties of the district ana wan
Just a Uttle attention to one or
more minor defects we sb J expect
these two contestants .to carry orr
the honors for tbe entire district
next year. ' ' " -
mons, Ben Frank Outlaw, Annie j s
Patterson, Adolph Patterson,
' Bryant, Clinton, and Mrs. , Norma'
!a - . r.v, . jr , i
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GETTING NEW COAT ' . -'
- Stanford rresDytenan nurcn
In the north-western
part of the
county to getting a new coat; this I. Mr. Ben
spring. The men of the church night with
hav hull th KMif DBlnted SJld arft' i : -
nlnnnlnr tn nnlnt the bodv of the
TZ" .V ,
s n v ..., .- ,
1 Services are held in this church 5
every Sunday afternoon at s H:80 ,
and proarhlng sorvlres twice a
mo at 3:ED. 1 r-eaching is
ibr'i c 1 f.e f- 1 1 ! r - nys
.f r -
jure being dr-I
ter oi communir
asking that the
ton to secure for
da which may be
4 Federal Gov
tlon of a Coun
j. County Seat; '
5 been agitated by
i aunty's outstaad.
vera! months and'
) concrete action
-a of these petfr
t..s tf t
Lor; 3 i
ty Ho-; .
is cry .
' of names have : ',
,nany more' hua- i
fme located af'
mm or . enanH- p.
i as the- location
1. '' The:ounty
ery little good, as
; not, enough ",tb
nance.. -The borne
could very ; well
.iis for beginning
at it i
A family' re-union of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Gi jeW. Outlaw-was,
held Sunday V the Old home-place
which came t4 V surprise to; the '
youngest me er,- miss lmir, woo
Most of we lanu
rcb before, gather
ftnion. , A : bountiful
ved -at the noon
wing children With
jre present. Mr, and 1
aw, Mr. and Mrs.
rs,,.i... v. y
" "" uul:
4hd Mrs, Mock Out'
" ; pTuT"
Mrs, . O O . law of Goldsboro
- - - - ; '
Za? I-t wm
- r l r - "
-"ven op "
Edd Orady who
Hla Outlaw. Dur-
a was enjoyed:;- '
i - v ,",,(" ; , T
' '.. - .
- -. 1 1,
!-'-'' - ocmgri xvepdireu
Wallace,' June 13.
one of .the
oldest churches in the State, and
"t ,ne I I
..... ... t
years. Work has been begun on ,
the , M and "'oSST rTb
' 6 " " ;r" "
smauer windows tnan are now in
the church and Cose the two front
Wu him Alia nna all.
trance in the front of the build- I
in g. . This will make it necessary 1
to make some minor changes on ,
tbe inside of the Building : also. The ,
uwu"" v .w
, w , 411 1
L i. Z
remodeling when complete
will make this church one of the
most attractive in, the county..
Rockfish church bad its begin-:
ning in 1736, and has been, in con-
tinual service since that time. The ,
present building is the third struc- i
ture that the church, ,oas had dur-
ing its long period of service. Rev-
W. P. M. Currie, -of Wallace, has
been serving this grand old church
for more than a quarter of a cen-
. - 'J -' " t ' I
' , iv , i Ti i 111 ,1. J
, Miss Mamie Sutton and Mr. Bill Tuesday afternoon at 4:00. J. L.
Sutton were visitors of Miss Ver- wiliams of KenansVile presided,
da Jones Saturday .P. M, . . . i The ways and means of giving
.- Mr. and Mrs. ,W, CL -Barnette better service to the public was
were visitors nf jdr .and. Mrs. I the theme of the meeting. Mrs.
N. Jones Saturday. : " 1 - Wilson of Warsaw spoke on the
Mr. L. N. Jones and family and ways to handle insured packages,
Mrs, Albert Wiley visited relaUves x and other features of the Post Of
at Mt Olive Sunday.- . , . ffce work and' stated that the pub-
Mr, BllKButton was k visitor of !)lc appreciated all that was done
Bertie Ray Smith Sunday - . , for them. Miss Leah Frank of
Mr. Ben Hlnes visited Miss Bon- Jacksonville spoke of some of the
nie Jonea late Sundav P. M. 1 rules that the public should know
Ua Jones late Sunday P..MV - , ' '
-h. Q,,ttnn tn r.f
Verda Jones late Sunday P. M. .
Ui F.irrmr Turner. Mr. Bill sut-
'ton. Orson McCatter. and Elbert
mu aitenaea a .now w ivmsion
.Saturday night ' :
Mr. Ben.Hines spent Saturday :
Mr. Attwood Lee.. .
ORAZY TOBACCO TAOS
n T .-r wTTr aw nprnnr
, T -
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give a c
J -ne ?"1
a " J
Th nraev Tobacco Taes wlil
roncert at the Outlaws
School on Thursday night,;
h. Everyone is extended
J invitation ts t'tend.
- Edward Cobb Outlaw ;
Who graduated from the U.
S. Naval Academy in Annapo
lis last week. Outlaw received
Ills commission and after a two
weeks: stay at home will go to
the Pacific Coast where he will
go on duty on the U. S, Ship
Indianapolis. Ensign Outlaw is
going to the Indianapolis at
the request of Commander Do
nald Patterson of New Bern,
Outlaw is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Needham Whitfield
Outlaw of Goldsboro. His pat
ernal grandfather was Need
ham Bryant Outlaw of Duplin
He was the youngest mem
ber of the Annapolis graduat
ing class being only 20 years
.. 4 m ,. i, o -
Hiarhwav From Faison
A ' " T;., .
: "" 'T'J"' " 7: 7. .
consirioiion. rronueaison 10 iia
ton.- For-many years there
modern highway: between these,1" t"cac"-
another step of progress for this
community. This new highway will ther, Mrs, Eva Rouse at Uddell.
be hard-surfaced. I Misses Rachel and Lucy Outlaw
At first as thia highway was e;iast week for Mars Hill Sum
being laid out it was planned that mer cno01-
this highway was to intersect1 Mrs. Bettie Outlaw, Randolph
Route 40 on Soloman Street. May- and Mavis Outlaw spent Sunday
tne p, b a
Sway wU toteiteW
or martin, however, secured a
on main Street, automatically se-
curing a hard-surfaced road
rhrnllch Matn Qtmat thia nm.
i will be taken out and thus reduc-
- - - : "r "' " 'J
i.uuiir,cuiu m.u 'J
T ci,TTT T -r,
nALd V 1C
Sundav School st in no
Sunday School at 10.00
, Preaching at 11:00
Sunday School at 2:30
Preaching at 3:30
You are invited.to attend.
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KnCtma Ctfr W 1
v w v m ' w
Over MeetingPostal Workers
The Trl-County Service Council
'of postal Employees met in the
school auditorium in Kenansville
Just one side of Uie package and
she advocated the putting on ln the
schools by the various postmasters
educational talks telUng the youth
now u aoaresa Vwbk
--r"7 r; "r"--' - ;
jelc - 8ne wso toucnea on w.
we recenv regulations p , o.
keep me postal mum cu- aim
.w, 11 iVlnrvfl fVnf AAiinf ' TDr.
UUIcl -Milan l.llli.gt vsiavv vwuim. - -w-i
ti fi ,K ViiVIHIfio trt tTlA nmtm
tsl avlne instead of . th
. - - ... .... . ...
feel that the people resent navmg
to give ine vaiue 01 insureu anu
registered packages .She insisted
that an pacttages tnat are 10 oe
insured should be wrappea secure-:
1 ftfi Ynnnar P..-.rli l4.cf In
. W .":. v --. a, V.UIJII. 1I1UL 111, t;; it.
- I "
' Warsaw Church Friday
Mrs. Rogers Guest Speaker
Duplin Desperado Es
capes But Recaptured
. A. W. Petit who is serving 45
years in state prison for bank and
highway robbery in this county,
was one of the five men who es
caped after slugging a guard over
the head with a piece of iron, in a
field on the Calendonla " Prison
! farm in Halifax county Monday af
ternoon. The convicts flea from
the scene into a nearby swamp and
Petit is among those who were ca
Petit is remembered in Duplin
county as the clever bank robber
who turned state evidence in the
trial after the first robbery of the
Bank of Magnolia and was given a
short term in prison. He made
his escape from the prison camp
and in a short while returned to
the Magnolia bank for a second
robbery which was unsuccessful.
Petit and York, his companion
were lorcea 10 mae in ine wooas
of Duplin county until recaptured
by Duplin Officers just south of
I Beulaville. He is now serving term
for this second robbery.
The Home Demonstration Club
will meet with Miss Pauline Holm
es next Monday afternoon at 3:00
o'clock. All members are urged to
The Crazy Tobacco Tags, who
broadcast for the Crazy Water
Crystals Company over W. P. T.
F Raleigh will make their ap
pearance at Outlaw's Bridge
School building, June 20th at 8:00
o'clock. Admission 15 and 25 cents.
Tkln la Vvoi n cr ennnonraH Viv tVlP
A- M "JS.
few days last Week with her mo-
with Mr .and Mrs. joe nerring
near Snow Hill, Greene County.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sutton and
family of Deep Run were guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Sutton Sunday.
ra H P Ohpatniltt. of Sum-
merlin Pmu Rnnrt silent several
davs last week with her daughter
Mrs. Charlie Vernon.
Master Alonzo Outlaw of Dover
was among visitors at Church
Mr., and Mrs. D. H. Outlaw and
daughter, Elizabeth of Mt. Olive
were visitors here Sunday after
noon. !, n. f, Aamm.wt
, at LIMESTONE CHURCH
On Sunday, June 16th at the
morning and night services Albert
tlnU Tw IK ...in 1,1 ITironoraliat
! T.. 'l..L ",,7 "'7
UI Augusta, vra., wilt ia.11 qi
Limestone Advent Christian
Church near Potters Hill. The pub
lis is cordially invited.
1 ll ITIft f rftSldGS
ly. Arrangements should be made i Miss Margaret Jones of Kenans
to get all perishable packages out ' villa in company with four of her
of postoffice at once. The Address ' friends left Tuesday for an extend
to the carriers was made by Mr. , ed trip through the United States.
McNair Johnson of Willard. Mr. The party will travel by car and
Johnson got a good start with a plan to follow the southern route
joke and then grew serious and west going through Texas, and
called to attention the many chan- Colorado and turn south into Mex
ges that have taken place in the ico. The party will then follow
work in the past two decades. He the Faoific cost through California,
built his remarks around the in- On the return trip they plan to vis
scriptlon written on the Post Of- it Yel!ow Stone Park and follow
flee Building in Washington. "En- the Jioithern route back east. The
larger of Common Life, Consoler party plans to spend about a mon
of the Lonely, and Bond of Parted th on the trip.
Friends." He showed the great op- Miss Bertha Mae Shaffer of
portunity that men had today to Kinston is spending her vacation
do as they worked in the Post Of- with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs J
flee work to be a friend to man. W. Shaffer.
Janet Dobson of Kenansville. r 4.1.
sang beautifully two selections AIlHOUnte iSlTin
which everyone enjoyed. ' Kenansville, June 13. Mr. and
The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Robert Bowden, of Kenans
Wallace on the second Tuesday in ville, are the proud parents of a
September. -- fine son, James Robert, who was
. ' A ft Ihfl VtiBlMiUa aAt th Kniil Simrifl1 aftM.nrtn
;lA1,W V. U WMHIM HaaWll ' UW
group retired to the lunch room'
for a social get-to-gether and pic.
Announcement was made of the
postmasters convention to be held
in unariotte on juiy sra ana 4tn.
and of the Rural Carrier's conven-
uon to ne neia w Chapel Hill at
the same time. , . , ,
vtll B.O- 11 LVftsV't'A7V
Training Union ; l.
ELECT OFFICERS '
W. F. Blackmore
Elected New Pres.
The Eastern Associatlonal Baot-
fist Training Union met with the :
Warsaw Baptist Church, Friday
evening; June 7 at 8.00 o'clock.
One hundred and eighty six
young people from thirteen chur
ches in the association enjoyed the
splendid program arranged by the
President, Mr. W. F. Blackmore.
The guest speakers were M1S9 Zu
la Rogers, Southern Regional Ju
nior Intermediate Leader, Rev.
Boyce Brooks, Southern Regional
President, and Miss Winnie Rickett
B. T. U. State Secretary, all of
which gave helpful advice in B. T.
U .work. Miss Rickett urged us
to remember that B. T. U. mem
bers bear the name of Christian,
and to live accordingly; also to
give Joyously to Jesus Christ.
The following officers were elec
ted for the ensuing year:
President ..Mr. W. F. Blackmore
Vice-pres. ..Mrs. F .W. McGowan
Sec. Treas. ..Mrs. T. H. Williams
Miss Ruth Murray.
Chorister Mr. Jake Buie
Pastor Advisor, Rev. H. G. Bryant
A District Leader was elected
for each of the five districts.
At the close of the meeting the
Warsaw and Kenansville B, T. U.'s
entertained all present in the Sun
day School rooms. Refreshing pun
ch and wafers were served.
... , . amp -rirff-- .r-
Mr. James Wilson; student at
the Medical School at Duke Uni
versity and a son of Dr. R. M. Wil
son of Korea is visiting Miss Edna
Mae Newton at the home of her
Miss Sue Lee has returned to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Williams from Blackstone, Vir
ginia where she has been in school
for the past year. Miss Lee was a
member of the Senior Class of the
highi school department of Black-
Walter McLendon , student at
Carolina has returned to his home
I Willie Murray, student at Caro-
. Una returned to his hom near Ko.
ansville last week.
Vance Gavin, returned Monday
to Wake Forest College to attend
the summer session there.
Louise Wells left Monday for
Greenville to attend the first ses
sion of the E. C. T. C. Summer
Dr. and Mrs. G .V Gooding, Miss
Kathryn Sitterson and Miss Mat
tie Bray Rradshaw left Monday af
ternoon for Washington, D. C. to
attend the Shriners convention
i there. Dr. Gooding also hopes to
atiena part of the session of the
Medical Meeting in Atlantic City.
Mr .aid Mrs. P. D. May and
P D. Jr., have moved to Kenans
ville and are planning to make
their home here. Mr. May is em
ployed by the county and state
as an assistant in the Farm A-
j gent work.
. ... . J m,.mwu.
o 1 .:
The Brunswick County corn 1
crop is reported in excellent con-
ditton with all. other crops grow-
lng well. . .-.-..;..-:
. much colon m uampson uoun-
ty has been planted for the third
tune with a poor stand soil be
mg secured. . ,
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