maids of honor of the U. C. V. and
S, C. V., members of official bands i
iii uniform and members of official I
Boy and Girl vScouts. .
Mies Jayme L'artin Tales' UpL
New Agent Cucceekj LGig. L
OWNING THE FALL S2A!
Belling dates will be August J
to September 4. Inclusive. Flw-1
limit of tickets is SO days in addi
tion to the date of sale. Stop-over
schedules will be allowed.
' KensnavMe Mrs. Pratt C. Mc
' Swain, Home Demonstration Agent
in Duplin County for the past three
years, has received the appoint
' ment as Agent in Union; County
with headquarters at Monroe and
will leave this week to take up her
duties there on September the 1st.
Mr. McSwain who is a practicing
attorney here will open his office
in Monroe for practice and will he :
located in the Secress building; I
Mrs. McSwain goes to Union
County highly recommended by
Dr. Jane S. McKimmon, State Di
rector of Extension Work for
women and Other state officials.
Miss Jayme Martin of Sanford
arrived in Kenansvllle Monday to
get acqualned with the work in the
county, prior to Mrs. McSwain'a
departure and will assume the du
ties of Agent on September the 1st
Miss Martin has been a successful
teacher of home economics in the
Greensboro Schools for the past
three years and comes to the coun
ty well recommended for the work.
The Duplin County Council com
posed of two officers in each club
in the county and several promi
nent women of the county met in
Mrs. McSwain'a office Tuesday af
ternoon at four o'clock to meet
the new agent, Miss Martin, and
to pay tribute to Mrs. McSwain
on the eve of her departure.
Curing the business hour of the
council meetings plans were made
for fall work, and at five o'clock,
Mrs. McSwain, Mrs. Hubert Boney,
President of the Duplin Federa
tion; Mrs. Fab Newkirk, President
of the Rock Club; Mrs. Catherine
Page Wells,, President of the Tea
chey Club; and Mrs. I D. Dail,
Council Treasurer, served tea with
delicious wafers and sandwiches to
the more than fifty guests and club
officials in attendance.
At the close of the meeting re
presentatives of the Duplin Fede
ration presented to Mrs. McSwain
a lovely parting gift as a token of
their appreciation and love.
During the three years that Mrs.
McSwain has had the work in Dup
lin County it has grown by leaps
and bounds, until at this time there
are seventeen active Home Demon
stration Clubs and five active 4-H
Clubs, She has visited every corner
of the County and her beautiftea
tion programs are in evidence in
hundreds of Duplin homes. Farm
home makers have learned ' how
and have been putting in to prac
tice the new home methods. Thou
sands of cans of food being sav
ed each year through the educa
tional canning program.
; Homes : have been -jA painted,
screened, and arranged with mod
ern conveniences for- the . house
wife. Hundreds of the farm women
have , learned to make their own
clothes by attending her sewing
demonstrations.; ' The whole home
life of the County has been raised
to a New standard. -
Work with the boys and girls
through the 4-H Club has reached
hundreds of the young people and
has made farm home life attrac
tive . to them and made them to
feel the nobleness of the farm life.
Mrs. McSwain is taking up the
work in Union County, and we feel
sure she will continue the great
We are glad to welcome Miss
Jayme Martin to Duplin and the
TIMES is with her in her efforts
to carry on and enlarge the- work.
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Veterans To Meet .
In Amorollo, Texas,
On September 3-6
Amorillo, Texas, Aug. 27.
When the United Confederate Vet
erans meet in . Amarillo, Texas,
September 3 to 6, for their 45tb an
nual re-union, it may mark the
closing of this once mighty orga
nization composed of those war
riors who followed the Stars and
Bars in the War Between the
: Recent years have taken a heavy
toll of the once grey lines that fol
lowed Lee and Jackson of the Con
federacy. ; Only ' a trace of those
grey waves of Southern men re
main. Many, of course, are too fee
ble to attend a reunion of their
comrades, ; , -However,
in spite of the great
inroods which death is making in
Its ranks. General . Harry - Rene
Lee, Nashville, Tenn., commanding
the veterans, expects at least 1,000
members to meet in Amarillo, a
bout 800 more than assembled at
Chattanooga last year.
. Amorillo came forward with an
invitation only when it was evi
dent the Confederate, veterans
would not have a place in which
to hold their reunion this r year.
Other cities, having invited them,
later failed to xaise a sufficient
sum to stage the affair.
While entertaining Confederate
veterans will be a new experience
for Amarillo, those attending are
The United States Marine Band is
being sent here for the four days,
Many state delegations are bring
ing official state and college bands.
An old-fashioned - western rodeo,
featuring cowboys from Texas
ranches, will be among the high
lights of side attractions.
An veterans and their attendants
will be guests of the host city. Free
meals and lodging are being made
available in barracks made possible
with equipment borrowed from the
United States Army, and in Amar
illo homes. That Amarillo is deter
mined to entertain the veterans
and visitors with true West Texas
hospitality is evidenced in prepara
tions, . . , ,
An railroads in the South and
East have given special ' reduced
rates for veterans and. others at
tending the Reunion. A cent a mile
rate 'will prevail for veterans. A
reduced rate of one way fare for
the round trip hat been authorized
for Sons of Confederate Veterans
and members of the following bod
ies: United Daughters of the Con-
assured of every consideration and f ederacy, Children of the Conf eder-
fuU program of entertainment. cy, sponsors, chaperons, matrons.
ELEPHANTf NEVER TRAVEL
WITHOUT THEIR TRUNKS.
OIL GUSHERS .
Unexpected fortunes seldom
materialize overnight, But ' ac
quiring, a larger sum than you
expect is easy, once you let the
Interest on a savings , account
start to cant for yon! Ifs the
first step' In the- development
of a comfortable Income, . the
chance to do the things you'd
like to explain how a few dol
lars will start yon toward your
COMPLETE BANKING ,
Branch Banking &
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WARSAW, ' . KLNSTON,
The Wilson Tobacco Market
IS LEADING THE EASTERN BELT IN HIGHEST
AVERAGES PAID SO FAR THIS SEASON
Individual : .Averages . Between
$ 39. Are Being Made Daily.
Sell Your Tobacco In Wilson
Our Factories cannot be Glutted from the Daily Sales.
' Sales are light now and there is plenty, of room on all
,. . . '
Warehouse floors for all those who desire to market
their crop at this time.
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