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rv:u3 Waynick, chairman; Will Wood
, lumber State Highway , andPublic
Is CcKiraissioii visited Magnolia and
2 Hill; Waynick says Warsaw-Wallace
1 is of much more importance than Tin
y-Chinquapin road' Dr. Carr's efforts to
t the road from Rose Hill to Charity pav
i::as been hindrance to.proposed route,
codard inferred; "I promise that we will
l, e you an improved road outlet by the end
of this year" Woodard declared, n , ,
(,!!. UHUlj MW-r-- .
liagnolia and ,Teacney commum
ties. Ai promisea ' uiero, .; v-if
Waynick, Chairman, of the State
hway and Public Works V6m
; ,sicn and Will Woodard of Roc
' Mount, member of that com
ion, Journeyed down to these
,ns and Inspected their claims
lor a hard surfaced road, i -
At ten o'clock in the morning
a delegation of forty people from
the towns, Joined Senator Rivers
D. Johnson in Warsaw and met the
highway men there, Trom Warsaw
,Uie pany juiuuojcu wiw r
down the railroad towards Magno
lia. At Carroll's Crossing they stop
fnr Watermelon' feast $ as
meat of Bill Carlton, : :
ed by the Woman's Clubs of Mag
nolia, "Rose" hui.- ana
Chairman of the county' board of
commissioners Dr. Robinson of
Wallace made his appearance dur
ing the eating hour.
Baptist Women ;
To Meet At Bear
1 Marsh, August 21
. Association Bupt
nonH.t Wnmra. aealn we an'
hounce the Annual Meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Union at
Bear Marsh next Wednesday, Aug.
aist at 10:00 a. m. and want the
lnrceat delegation we have -ever
On reaching Rose H1U the party had. Make your Pans ro
which had been Increased to aooui
200, assembled in the school build
ing for a hearing. Harvey - Boney
welcomed the guests oh behalf of
the community. The audience sang
"America" with Mrs. Goldie Alder
manPresbyterian Church Organ
ist at the piano, followed by prayer
by toe Rev. 'Daniel Lane; former
ly of Rose Hill, now of Clinton.
f pnntor Johnson was lhtroduceoy
r (1 presided over toe meeting. r
airman Waynick said 'f"am
-tinned that we ought to build
r .on as 'we can 'the road from
tr through . Iheaetowns ;of
. aolia. Rose H1U and Teacney,
l"'v :;-;:'At Mai
" The proposed . "Peoples" Bank of
Duplin" at Magnolia is creating
,t interest and the Committee
is very hopeful of putting it over
and opening October 1st. Interest
ed parties who are considering
taking Dtfx-k be reaay to Sign up
rfidm; the canvass,' please
. O.ioua;,ise iu ana r;r-..fcMl, or writer. tee
The hard-surfacing Of tW.J.;-:
nf fBi more iranortance wan m,wiiu",--- -
v The editor wishes , to eipress
U regreto to the citizens of Rose.
Hill, Magnolia and Teachey, that
he was unavoidably . detained
from being present at the road
bearing last Friday, but contin
ues 'to offer his eooperatlon In
every was possible, not only In
the road fight but In any other
worthy ' cause the communities
You citizens ave put up a
food fight and have won so far.
Yeur actions , snouia ne nn
ample to every other community
In Duplin County that the way to
get'things done Is not to squab
ble among themselves but to
look horns 'and go after what,
you want. . " ' "
Just to what extent poUUca
have played a leading role In
this long fight no one knows but
there Is prima facia evidence
that politics has had a heavy
hand In It. " -j
I Chairman Wayntck' stated in
no unmistakable terms that this
road is far more Important than
the Tin aOlty-ChlnquapIn road.
In all fairness to the citizens of
Chinquapin, the writer j agrees
with Mr. . Waynick. -vAny open
minded: person, when thinking ui
terms ef the county urn a whole
'and not In terms of uay one'
community or any ' political cB
que, will . readUy ' see that It
-means much more to the county
to, give these track, markets an
ouUet than It Is to .open up one
oonununlty to any - particular
town. Getting truck to the local
market and retting It front the
loeal market to the ultimate '
market distinctly two dif
ferent problems yviinoui - . iu
Feeial Housing Act Survey
Rec jShows $100,000 Spent
For Cifildihg And Repairing
Board Of I?aith Places New Require
On Eating Places k.
Everv Dublie ' eating place in
Duplin County muni display a
health certificate shewing that
all employers and enployees are
free' from any and III kinds of
. contagious diseases particularly
venereal (Oseases It was decided
by the County Board of Health
In session here yestiday. i
v The Board dlscusfed' the pre
velance of venereal I disease In
North Carolina and It was their
' oolnion that such la ' measure
- would not be too strenuous.
Every public seating place,
which Includes all school cafe
terias, must display a health
certificate by September 15th.,
or' their place of business will
be closed. The County Health
Department will furnish an ex
amination blank and each exa
mination must be approved by
In addition to the employees
In school cafeterias the' regula
tion was applied to all school
Duplin County Better Housing
Campaign canvassers completed
their work August 7. Approximate
ly 2500 contacts were made by
these canvassers. Repairs and new
(buildings in Duplin Ccunty well
exceeds $100,000.00, this speaks
well for our county and as figure;,
indicate our people are making
progress and are on the road to
There has been some changes in
Federal Housing Act as amended
June 15th. The character loans
have been discontinued and anyone
now desiring to get a loan under-
Title 1 and 11 will have to con
tact the Bank designated by the F.
H. A. in their territory personally.
The same interest rates vlll ap.
Attend Road Meeting
Approximately fifty Magnolia
people attended the Road meeting
at Rose Hill Friday and were much
pleased with the fine spirit ex
pressed by Messrs Waynick and '
Woodard of the State Highway
Commission and feel assured that
they will have the road from War
saw to Wallace hard surfaced a 3
early as possible, but may not be
in thls.years program. We are al
so grateful to Mr. R. D. Johnson
of Warsaw who so appealingly
spoke in behalf of the road.
Magnolia delegations who met
Messrs Waynick and Woodard at
Warsaw and Jointed the Rose Hill
and Teacheys delegation to ac
company them to Rose Hill Friday
a. m. were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Smith, Mr. and Mr?. L. M. San
derson, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pope,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. West, Miss
Macy Cox, Mrs. D. M. Wilkins,
Mrs. Clarence Boone, J. P. Tucker,
J. R. Croom and Robert Wilkins.
At Carltons Crossing, Mr. Bill
Carlton invited the entire delega
tion to stop, and served delicious
on and 4 yoH.shonln kaorthewi-paarket the local mar-;
WKitevilteL Market Prices
' "a". . - nit : i- r
Attracting ; many growers
whitevuie; w.:.pt "tn. . fUXK-JrilLL JNKWS
iSK . inun
jf foot of
I ply as under the character loans, ,.. rr
r J .1 oltn Ko fflltno. ctiiHnn Thin ennr-
ODenina stronit. lasjc r Thursday
Tin City-Chinquapin road. Unlike
the hard surfaced highway which
to a considerable degree has woods
and- swamp on either) side, rich
fields of strawberries, corn and a
. bacco wert 'on both sides of ! the
dirt road. Between Magnolia .and
Rose Hill the caravan of cars pass
'., ed large fields glowing brilliant
red and Various colors canallllies.
This section of Duplin County is
the leading and foremost bulb
raising district in the United Stat-
Dr.' Carr rose to declare that he
had stated his choice of. hard-sur-'
facing, but that he had said he fa
vored any road in Duplin County
which the Commission might give.
Chairman Waynick replied to: that
statement that "If Dr, Carr will!
concentrate as much on getting
the road hard-surfaced from War
. saw to Rose Hill ashe has on: the
' one from Rose 'Hill out to number
. 40 at Charity he will help a great
deal." Dr. Carr then, presented , a
resolution ; suggesting . . that., f the
' Highway Commission be given dis
cretion as to the order in which
roads should be built In V Duplin
County.. Town Attorney O, B, ,Tur
ner of Rose Hin rose and said "in
view of the declared attitude ; of
the commissioners present he op-
will take kt $150.00 each.; It will
not be possible .to see everywuy,
but you cad get in touch, with, the
Committee. Duplin County, needs
Just such Bank as Magnolia anOci
nates ontanlzing. :r-r' i'.i': . '
r. F.QUTNN, x
"J. A. SMITH,
' J. F." TUCKER. ,- '
, Real Estate
Winifred Faison to Sam Bass and
wife, 228 acres in Faison. Town
ship.. . ' V ' T
Chambers and MargaretU Cham
bers to Mrs. Nancy Stroua ana ub
la Mae McCoy 39.89 acres adjoin
ing; E. K HUI.' - r
u V Divine to Norman, Blanch,
Ines, Samuel,. Perry and -William
Lewis lot In Faison. - r-.
. L. : Hume, agent of N." C
cr.tr anrt "Trust" Co. ' to Armour
Fertilizer Works 36 acres on Stur
geon Road,! 21.7 acres oa Oaky
Branch, - 6A1 acres on Sturgeon
Road. 18 r 1-2 acres i on Sturgeon
tro1 and 4 lota In Wallace, 3 4:
Daniel Barrs and wife to Janle
H - PhllUDS. 16 ft. ngm or wy
tne commissioners ipraemw yp--'...-,-,, tn
pose4 the resolution.? The rowd rcm Janie H. PhUlips land to A.
. . . .. , 1 c Rallwav.
stroneiy upheld by its applause
..." the Turner viewpoint and Dr, Carr
withdrew toe resolution. , ;
Mr- Woodard did most of toe
talking for the highway commis
sion and stated that it was usually
tlie policp of toe Highway Com
mission to follow the recommen
dations of toe County commission
ers and that , the. -'commissioners
from this county had recommended
he would be ; very llttl go.
therefore the loctoal thins; to do
would he to open the lain to the i
northern market then make way
for easier transportation to the
local maiUHi y-'X'-i
:; Magnolia, Rose Hill and Tea
chey, your cause Is just and you
have proved It. Vi .
:"- The BOari of Health of this
County ssade a forward step to
wards promotion of health condi
tions M Duplin County yesterda
when they made the requirement
that every public eating place In
DupUn County shall display a
health certificate by September
15th showing that all employees
are free from contagious diseases
especaUly venereal diseases. The,
spread of these diseases Is alarm
ing and It Is necessary that .'.
check be put on It Immediately.
The TIMES believes that such a
ruling should be made ; State- -,wtde.
' ' '
C Under the Impetus of the Fed-"
era! Housing Act Duplin County
has spent well over $100,000 in
Improving and repairing homes
and erecting new homes during
.1985, according to a report from
the DupUn County-unit. Chalr-
man James E. Jerrltt, through
his -untiring efforts, has .kept
canvassers .In the field which
have made 2500 contacts. It Is
' (Continued on back page)
with .practically everjl foot of it
seven and- a nan " acres oi nwi
space covered the Whljteville tobac
co marketTias continued strong.
Prices hkt remained ftrm an,i Bta"
billzed and. except for. " a general
strengthening of prices last Thurs
day afternoon and another notice
able advance in prices on Monday
each day has been a continuation
of toe other; aU sales days mar
ked by . nigh; prices. The' tpbacco-j
-turns vi . .
r.aiHon that there has -never
'JbeeB a period slhce" Whjteville was
first a tobacco marKei wnen gruw
ers have been as highly pleased
.. ' - . . Mtnolnfra TA.
win weir ouuCU.., , j' . " I ternoon.
bacco may nave so.n.Buru...5 tobacco m fflrm
toe money madays followtag toe u Tumer bumed p
world war but the grower was no Mr finlsb3d
better satisfied with prices. neighbors
"J Tobacco mowers from twenty or I . ...
-- .7 onfl Smith wu" ,mu "" "'W"- I"
more cuuuuvb ui -
I but it will be necessary perhaps in
some instances to place collateral
with the bank for protection for a
certain amount of the loan, how
ever, the loans are insured as
heretofore that is Federal Govern
ment guarantees the bank or other
'financial institution making the
loans 20 per cent of the aggregate
under toe Federal Housing Act.
tesy was much appreciated
the melons enjoyed.
To much can't be said of
hostess town of Rose Hill in en
tertaining the large delegation. No
more hospitality could have been
shown. The entire planning was
perfectly carried out. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Fussell opened the doors of
the hotel to us and every one felt
welcome there. The men of the
town showed every courtesy and
the women who served the delic
ious dinner did it in such gracious
manner it made every guest feel
Mrs. G. M. Turner is spending
some time with relatives at Hend-1 Also the amount of loans that can
ersonville and Charleston. S. C. ibe made has been Increased in
Mrs. T1. A. Turner, Mrs. Annie some Instances up to $50,000.00.
Jones, Misses Louise and Grace Reports from other sections of the
Jones and Elbert Smith and Gra-1 country indicate that the Better
Vi ei tva Tiimor wam, nvAi-nlortlt viol. I ijA.iolmar f-amnniirn haa hMn lYinut
tors at White Lake recently. successful and has stimulated bu-' a haPPV mood The streets look-
' Among those attending the op-1 siness in all sections and a great
ening of the Tobacco Markets on! many men have been able to get
toe border, Thursday were L. C. employment through this program.
rner.JUnwood 'Turner, ..J P. We. are glad that we have been
L Ike Stroud and Tack wir- nrivileKed -to' -haver a part ur tnis
Itnrka wmlr urhinh Kno. Hnnfl an much to
Floyd Heath and Reet Jones at-1 help the Nation get back in the old ( P,e of RoseHiU.
ball games in Kinston Saturday af-1 is well pleased, and has expressed Henry Soiltlierland
bis appreciation to citizens tnroug
ed so clean and the town in every
way so well prepared for the meet
ing, the guest towns of Magnolia
and Teachey will ever remember
Ihe ...day with great pleasure.
Thanks, many thanks to the peo-
Grady-Outlaw Clan To Meet
At Outlaws Bridge Aug. 30
Carolina have been attracted to the
Whiteville market by the splendid
prices that are being paid during
toe first four marketing days of
the season. A million pounds was
sold last week and it is thought
that today's sales will bring the
market's poundage to the 2,000,000
mark. As for toe average price
that has been paid during these 4
days it Is impossible to state Just Blanchard
What K , IS. urnciai ngurea iui
Monday's sale have not been re
leased,' however, with the price on
all types of toe leaf advancing on
this day -it will probably be the
highest of any day of the season.
Whlteville's warehouses nave re
ported Individual averages ranging
all the way from $21.50 per hun
dred pounds up to $24.50. One
warehouse with a fairly represen
tative amount of the better tobac
cos on its floors reported an offi
cial average of $26.04 per hundred
pounds : for its entire days sale.
Monday's block will be sold off to
day and while sales will be reason
ably heavy during .ae balance of
toe week the heavy market period
Is not expected to begin untU next
Monday. The tobacconists of White
ville-feel that their prediction, of
20,000,000 pounds or more for this
season is a certainity how.' . . ' j
nnisn tneir crop, it was a new
structure, having been built this
summer. No. insurance was csrried
either on the barn dr the tobacco.
Miss Elizabeth Singletary has
returned to her home at Elizabeth
town, after a visit with Miss Doris
Mrs. Melvin Jpnes and Mrs. Her
bert Jones of Pink Hill, Miss Hai-
sie Jones of Moss Hill and Mrs.
Jones and daughter,
Harriet, of Raleigh have returned
from Washington, New York and
points in Canada.
Kinston defeated Pink Hill 8-G
in a baseball game on the local dia
mond Sunday afternoon.
- The Grady-Outlaw Reunion will ,H0pkjnS At WarSaW
v Mm vMr nt the Outlaw's, T . ,
irom ibis conuiy uu reuimuucimm. School chouse on . Friday,
the Tin City-Chnquapin road first, on . ,,nrADriate '. nro-
111 from toe Wayne Couhty line to , Ranged, and. as
Kornegay's Store second, and the,' n nMi descendanU of
Warsaw Wallace road third.
He said that for two years he
county to list the projects desired
1 y the people of toe county in toe
o '.or they desired them. The paru
i 'ar project of hard-surfacing toe
rsaw-Wallace road would cost
3.000 and could not be done this
But I promise that we will give
i an improved outlet by toe end
f!s year" he declared, and 'Vtoat
v -ill be better still at the end of
) years." i'w 1 v;"- ::''V"' '"V.-'.
niritv Commissioner ", Lawton
r was present through the en
nieeting and was introduced.
ioner Fred Baars was ab
; t snt a letter. . ' :' ;-
i o tearing at the school
., ,.t- --i vi-cnt ' to the
! ' a bur-
Duplin Schools To v
OpenlMon. Sepi 2nd.
The Board of Education met Mon-day-for
toe purpose of setting dat
es for Duplin schools to open.-The
Board agreed that the schools open
on time, subject to toe, approval
of the County Board of Health. ;
. winn ne uoara oi cw u.v
a basket of food sufficient for SJhVl cSuMr. Hopkins and unanimously greedttat
7 7 . f nh.tr line scnoois snoum ujm,
Mr. Merchant i
Are you taking advantage of ev
ery sales opportunity? The TIMES
offers you the most complete cov
erage you can get in Duplin Coun
ty. The TIMES offers you a bona
fide subscription list. Now is the
time to get your business before
toe people of our county. In Just a
few days more tobacco markets
hout the land for their cooperation
and help as this is one of his fa
vored projects. Your committee
wishes to express their thanks and
appreciation to the Duplin Times,
for th3 wonderful way "that
it has cooperated and for the
generous use of their columns dur
ing the campaign and also to the
committeemen for their splendid
help in the several districts of the
All those desiring loans and are
unable to make satisfactory ar
rangements with their home Bank
are requested to contact the Dup
Un County Better Housing Com
mittee who will in turn handle with
the State Office and every effort
will be made to procure the desired
loan. Miss Dixon will be in Mr.
McLendon's Office and will be
glad to render any assistance in
JAMES E. JERRITT,
will all be open and money will be
stirring. Count the ads in this is
sue. Ask us for a copy of our
Edison Company drops aide for
"whisper" drive on Roosevelt.
McLendoii Issues Last Call
Cotton Tax Exemption Cards
The last call for 1934 Cotton!
Tax-Exemption Certificates to be
sent to Washington to be re-issued
for use this fall or summer.
If any Cotton. Producers have
any of these cards left over from
last year they should be sent
in to toe office says Mr. McLen-
John Grady' an Captain James Out-
rfth thair wives. OUHUUllua,
askedi the people -M fto Ud families, are invited to attend,
and famines, are umieu ; ien ,t 3:30 P. M.
Each kinsman is expected U . bring will oreach ii
And Faison Sunday
v Rev. ' F. A. Hopkins of Lufkia,
Texas, Will preach at ' Warsaw
Presbyterian Church Sunday morn
inir at 11:00.' He will speak ? at
nam f amllv. at lean.
The main address will be made
by Gilbert Jones of Spartanburg,
S. C, son of Mrs. Robert Q. Max
well by her. first husband. . Mr.
Jones is a prominent business man
of Spartanburg, and is a fine spea
ker. ''".' ' '.!:'. ' S' ' ' "
Music will be furnished by the
Grady-Outlaw Band, lead by James
The County officers ot vupim
i now on his vacation at Chester,
S. C. and we are glad to have him
visit us Sunday. Mrs. Hopkins will
be remembered among the people
of this presbytery as Miss : Ann
Hamlter, who spent one summer
conducting D. V. B. S. In the Pres
bytery. The public is most cordial
ly invited to attend these services.
. . o 1
. Land "rented" by AAA is put in
Tne uomuy "Ui:?" 1 soil-buildln cr0p.. , .
5ffla'-S gas -n,y de-
attI?enrTA President. , f French stratosphere plane crash-
J Zt Sectary. ' fron 82'888 kU!ed-
September 2nd. The qiiestlon of In.
fanUle Paralysis was discussed and!
tne two aoctor. xuciuci p. racm
expressed their satisfaction as to
the advisability cf scbsols opaning
on that date. I .f.- ;
-''.' -. ' o' '".';'"'
HALLSVILLE: Preaching at 10:00
Sunday School atT . . v. i. ; . 10:00
STANFORD. Preaching at ...4:00
Sunday School at ; 3:00
Study the Sunday School lesson
land attend your: nearest' Sunday
si hool. , 1
Is Called Off
The Orthopedic Clinic, scheduled
to be held in Goldsboro during this
month has been called off, accord
ing to a letter received from the
don, so they can be sent to Wash-1 CBPoUDa orthopedic Hof.pl
ington at once as the time is very
limited for re-issueing these cards.
The County Agent's office has
sent to Washington about .six hun
dred of - these cards ' aggregating
approximately sixty thousand lbs.
and If any cotton farmer is under !
toe impression that he can use
these cards without them being re
issued b3 will find that toe gins
will not accept them since toe
forms will be somewhat ' different
says Mr. McLendon. . . . - x
:.,--i,;'--iin ' ii ,i , o ii sr(i:ii-''
. Roosevelt approves three census
Jobs to employ 72,000. '
: Hull expresses regret to Japan
over cartoon of Empertor.
tal by Mrs. Harvey Boney. The
letter reads in part as follows:
"On advise from the State Board
of Health we are not holding the
clinic In Goldsboro during August.
It is our belief now that we will be
able to hold the clinic in Septem
ber as the Infantile Paralysis epi
demic apears to be abating."
Figure Passes Away
Henry Southerland, about 59 yrs.
of age died at the home of Mr. R.
L. Sykes in Kenansville, August
12 at about 7:30. He had just been
down to&n for some oil and fell
dead on toe back porch. He had suf
fered a stroke within the past two
years and friends think that this
was the second stroke which prov
Mr. Southerland has been malt
ing his home with Mr. and Mrj.
R. L. Sykes, and was a familiar
personage on the streets of the
town. He is the last of his fathers
family, living and was ourled in
the Southerland Cemetery In Ke
nansville Tuesday morning at
10:00. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. F. L. Goodman of
the local Presbyterian church.
Mr. Southerland was the son of
John David Southerland and Pris
cilla Cooper Southerland, and was
born and spent the greatest part
of his life in and around Kenans
ville. He was always ready to trade
knives and was a good judge of
knives and loved that trade. It was
a common seoene to see Henry
with a crowd gathered around him
Henry claimed to be among the
oldest residents of the town. Ha
would always tell that he was born
the year the negroes were freed.
Warsaw To Have
The County Board of Education
voted to give to the Town of War
saw the old graded school building
as soon as it is replaced by a new
building. The new building is ex-,
pected to be constructed out of tne
fund being borrowed from the gov
ernment by the county.
The old building will be moved
to the present high school sight
and rebuilt to serve as a commu
nity house and gymnasium.
TIDE WATER'S OFFER
In an advertisement of toe Tide
Water Power Company In this is
sue will be found an unusual op
portunity that will be interesting
to all housewives who spend a good
portion of thei. time in toe kitch
en. Tour attention la called to this
advertisement. Read it. : - . v.
William Brantley Hawes and
Linda Carr. D. T. Brock and Laura
Otto Newklrk and Annie May
Powell. John Roy Farrior and Ruth
Branch. Rodolph Dixon and Linda
Vann. Lacv Carlton and Prlscllla
Branch. Tommia Newton and EUU
JDees Newklrk. ,
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