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THE TIMES COVERS DUPLIN Lffifej A' ROOF
KENANSVTIXE, N. C.
PUBLISHED EVEAT mUKSDAY
: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935
item Eaptic'i Association
. o Convene In Magnolia? Next
ues; 108th Annual Session
; The eastern Baptist AMociatton
will gather In the Magnolia Bap
tist Church next Tuesday In its
one hundred and : eighth annual
session. The Association will hold
a two day meet, Tuesday and Wed-1
nesaay. ; '
. The program Is as follows: y -.
First day Forenoon : Session ;
v 10:00 Praise . and r Worship-4
Rev. T. H. Williams.' , ' , "
10:X6 Enrollment of ,' Messen
gers and election of officers.:'
10:40 - Biblical Recorder Mr.
W Beach. --
vH:oo--Milta Home and Charity
and Children Rev. W. P. Page.
ll:35--Introductory Sermon Rev.
L. L.' Johnson. -12:16-Announcement
, and. v ad-
Journment. - r
' i i , Afternotin Session
: l:15-praise and Worship- Dr.
" R. F. Marshburn. '
; 2:00 The State of the Churches;
il) One minute report from the
churches.' (2) Preliminary report
' on digest of letters (blacgboard)
- 2:15 The Cooperative Program:
(1 ) State Missions Reading . of
r-mltteft ; (2) '-Hoa Mtwricaseajlf
. ing of the report RevT. IL King.
(3) Foreign MiBwinns.. eaaing of
the Reports-Rev. E. N. Jhbnson.
General discussion Upon one or all.
Second Day Forenoon- Session
, 9 :45 Praise and. Worship Rev.
J.. E. Lanier. - ' ,?'
10:0OWoman's 'Work Mrs. JR.
C: Foster, -smy .V .:jfi-
10:30 Cooperative Program: ';!:
(1) Christian EducationReport
F. Marshburn,t2JTJospltar: anff
aiscussion tzu. min.i nev., w. rt.
' Stevens-V(3) ;:01d Ministers -e Hte
Iief Report and disoossiQn' (IS)
min)-Rev., J, H; Bojoth4r,f 1
1135 Final ' Report on ? Digest
of Church letters! , (1 jt Summary
of year's -achievements Rev. R.
C. Foster1. (2) Our goals for next
year (blackboard) . -
11 :5 Missionary Sermon Rev.
H. O.' Bryant.
' v ' , Afternoon Session
1:80 Praise and Worship Rev.
. -L.i Powers.. '
1:45 Sunday Schools Rev. .J.
Hi Barnes .
2:15 B. Y. P. U. Mr. Frank
- BlackmOre. ,
Morals Mrt' E. G. Murray. ,
- 2:45 Temperance .; and;.: Public
1 - 3:15--Report . of committees:
t Finance, Memorials, Resolutions,
' place and preacher Miscellaneous,
- 3:45 Adjournment. : j.
. " System installed
f. The Carolina ,. Telephone 'and
' Telegraph Company has just com
r ' pleted the installation of a tele'
i phone service for Kenansvllle and
. Beulavllle. This section has been
L ' without adequate telephone service
since the -telephone came into be
ing. , ' . -,
The Carolina Company has in
' stalled the most modern and up-to-.
date system and equipment avail-
able. The dial system is being used
The automatic switchboard Is lo
- cated on a telephone pole just back
, of the Court House. ; " ' ' '
The program' of expansion calls
' for the line eventually continuing
as far as ht B.. F., Grady school
if enough' subscribers can be;se
i cured to justify At ''present it
: makes contact withi 4he central
office at Warsaw, goes to Quinn's
. Service Station on ' the . Wallace
y road and to Beulavllle in that di-
Jail Brekker Surrend
ersIiiFaison : : .1
' Tom Oates, Negro who broke
. out' of the county jail here ..last
Thursday night, -surrendered to
Deputy Sam: Howard . u ! Faison
yesterday. Oates, was Jailed a, few
weeks ago on a charge of assault
with deadly Weapon. i
His escape was madepossible, by
his sawing the Window bars with
a hack saw blade and letting him
self to the ground with blankets
tied together. . ', , v", -
Gates revealed that he secured
saw blades from S. L. Potter,!
who is also in jail on a
of stealing chickens. White'
' the Wades trf him.
'nw were ol
! rnuld not
Kenansville Woman Presides
At Church Meeting Tuesday
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Mrs. N. B. Boney, of Renans-.
ville,'who Is chairman of the
Sixth District, Woman's AoxU- :
iary, Presbyterian Church. Mrs.-
Boney will preside ever "Day of .
Prayer", meet - in .Faison next
The one week, term bf; Superior'
Court for the trialpf criminal cases
scheduled for. Duplin County this
week has been' postponed due to
the Illness of Judge M. V. Barn
hill of Rocky Mount, who was to
A special, term has. been: asked
for the week beginning October
28th. ' , '
Wanted j. home by a Uttle blue
eyed baby boy with black hair.
Parents clean; healthy and above
the average mentally. Apply, to
Duplin County Welfare Depart
ment, Kenansvllle. - t 'V
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Former, Wallace Man
Injured In Wreck
W..R, Hanghey df Raleigh, a na
tive ot Wallace, was seriously in
Jured In an ,auto wreck in Wake
County Friday night when bis car
and a-car occupied by Harry W.
Courtney-of Charlotte and Oscar
Hamilton : of Raleigh collided.
Courtney and Hamilton died as a
result of the wreck. Hanchey was
reported tb have been' cut, badly
and lost much blood but his con
dition Is not considered grave at
the last report. He is chief drafts
man for the Carolina Power., and
Light Co. v-v'"-;-".: t -
Rotaritns Entertain Lad i e s
"Teachers In the i KenansvUW arid
Warsaw ' schoolsr- Rotarians and
guests, all totaling over 50 enjoy
ed an hour and a alf repast given
by the Kenansville-Warsaw Rotary
I ciub Tuesday night at- the annual
ladies night In' Kenansvllle.. a
President Ed Strickland opened
the meeting and immediately turn
ed the Program over, to, Rotartan
Jimmy Jerritt who proved, to be a
very entertaining master of cere
monies. 1 '
The devotional was given by the
Rev! Mr.' Goodman of Kenansvllle.
Supt. O. P. Johnson welcomed the
guests on- behalf of the ; Rotary
'. After a few cracks at various
members by Toastinaster Jerritt
the crowd settled down to enjoy
the Salad Course with Coffee and
pie, served by the ladles of v the
Presbyterian Church. The hour was
interspersed by delightful ; music
furnished by several of the guests.
Misses Craig and Haskett sang a
'duot, Mrs. Potter lnd-Miss Talton
of , v.'ar'i-iw school gave n r-
The-day of prayer for the sixth
District o fthe Woman's Auxiliary
of Wilmington Presbytery will. be.
held in Faison Presbyterlan'church
October 8th. Mrs. N. B.. Boney, of
KenansviUe, Chairman of the Six
th District, will preside. The year's
i motto is '"lookmgc-earmng..
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Program For The Day
10:00 Registration '
10:30 Presbyterial Hymn
Devotional Period .
- Greeting and Response
Our-Objectives . ,
Address: Dr. George C. Worth,
of China. I,
Offering for Mission Court
' RollCall of .Auxiliaries.
12:00-12:30 Conference period
12:31-1:45 - Recess, Food and Fel
1 1:45 - Hymn
A Pleasing Interlude,"
Reports of Committees
Address: Df .Worth V
Message from District Chair-
All ladies of the District are
asked to be present for "this pro
gram and to bring lunch.
Presbyterian . Women
.In Southern Duphn;
VI PPT Jft :
The Wpman's Auxiliary Day of
Prayer meets at Rose Hill on
October 9th at 10:00. AU women
In the Fifth diatcirt are asked to
make a special effort to attend1
and bring lunch. Dr. G. W. Worth,
who has just returned from China,
will be the principal speaker at
both morning and afternoon ser
vices. Special business sessions and
inspirational programs will be
given during the day. A special of
fering will be made for Missions
: Raymond Wilson, Sampson coun
ty, to Annie Laura Bell, of Dup
Berkley 'Garvey to Ola Mae
Rodney Lanier to Minnie Jones.
Jesse Martin, Lenoir County, to
Ruth Jane Rogers, Onslow Coun
ty. Walter Nethercutt to Odell
Earl King, Sampson County to
Mary Susan Matthews, Sampson
; George Lanier to Effie Lee
Arnold Davis to Louise Holland.
Aston J. Southerland to Rebec
ca Merritt. .
"John T. Johnson to Ola Moore.
ay Ni ght
lang a song, accompanied by
Principal, Albert Dickson of the
Kenansville school was called on
for a short talk as was Rotarian
J. K. Long, principal of the War
saw school. ,
Rotarian Faison McGowan' en
tertained the group with a number
of jokes. Miss Holland of the Ken
ansvllle School gave a Negro read
ing. ', it wPAzxfrw
Everyone present was asked to
stand and identify themselves.,'""
After a number of contests the
program came to. an end with the
ringma; 0j o,e Rotary parting song.
Chicken Salad Supper
Friday, October 4th
5:00 'til 8:09 P. M. '
Plates 25o ,'
Supper will be - served ' - in
new Sunday School ; rooms,
Will be sponsored by the members,
r f the Warsaw Baptist Ladies Aldj
",- 4S new subscribers,, aided to
our Ust so far this week brings i
our total bona, flde circulation
to 2,059. Last ' Friday the sub
scrlption Ust of the TIMES was
audited and at the1- time. It was
found that 2,019 .ere vbona
flde subMribers. Te TWfES Is
the only NEWSpaper In, Duplin
county and. b many; eonnties
surrounding' that has aft audit
ed circulation. Mr. Merchant we
call this to your attention be
cause there la. a - large, differ
ence between A "proven bona
fide" drculatioii and a "claimed"
circulation. And there Is a great
difference between a free mail
ing list and paid circulation.
For many years' V past ; the
weekly newspaper ; business In
North Carolina has seen severe
ly criticised for -falsefylng about
tke circulation Of Ms papers. We
are castinsr no reflection' no
are we pointing our : flngef at
at anyone because It Is commonly
known that this la and has been
a weekness of the weekly newspapers-
In this State. For this
very reason the TIMES believes
that It Is under obligations to
its advertiser to be prepared to
prove the circulation claimed. We
do not ask yon to take our word
.but take the word of an auditor
and the North Carolina Circula
tion Audit Bureau. When you ad
vertise In the TIMES yon know
what yon are getting. .; .-
The TIMES rejoices with Rev.
P. O. Lea and the congregation
of tho! 'Bose.yt HU1 Methodist
Church You have done , a great
work, we might say you have,
almost accomplished a miracle.
,Xo me .thJTmoslmpresslyej
part of eurprtias'- the
expression of 'tfoe- - people while
contributing to aid your jchurch
of Its Indebtedness. When a com
munity the size "of Rose Hill
pours out Its- pocket book to
help, the church pay off a long
standing obligation, that com
munity Is opening Its heart and
soul and revealing the true con
tents of Its. citizenry. When wo
men, children and men liberal
lj donate and ahead tears of
joy in the giving to aid a worthy
-cause,' surely that community
possesses a religion, a Christian
ity that goes to ' make up a
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War Break Out In
War broke out in Europe yes
terday when Italian ' troops at-
tacked a town in Ethiopia. World
statesmen fear grave danger of a
world crisis as great if not great
er than in the World War.
' President Roosevelt stated yes
terday and again today that the
United States would maintain an
attitude of peace towards the
rest of the world.
Dr. Elliott At Wallace
In this issue Dr. G. E. Elliott,
Chiropractor, announces the open
ing of his office for tne general
practice of Chiropractic in the
Purol Oil Building, corner of main
and Raleigh St., Wallace, N. C.
Dr. Elliott is one of the first
Chiropractors that Introduced
this Science of Healing to North
Carolina. He has resided in Wil
mington, N. C, since 1917, he also
states that by intensive research
work wonderful discoveries, revul
sionary scoup in some respects,
has been made, but still retaining
the origional principals of chiro
'The method of examination to
determine the cause of disease, the
spinal treatments are painless, the
length of time to affect cures has
been shortened, which also means
the costs is also less,,, when all
has been said there is a great dif
ference.' Dr. Elliott said ailments
that seemed impossible to gain
permanent results, -' has now re
sponded to this . new painless
method. He also said- that he had
great many patienWiin this part j,
of the state ad his location, in Wal-'
w w uioivo Hv,v,iTv.iiii,icent: Pounds: 69 per cent.
. . . . AMMBA 1.1m n ri i
iur wieuf ii twuio wv'.nuu,: uiu
wouia oe pieasea 10 meet mem any
time they are In Wallace.
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. Mecklenburg farmers say that
except for the difficulty of keep-
ing the walls of thelf trensh silos
smooth, the silo, are functioning
nicely .with little spoilage of the
ensile. - -
loss by four rail-
Rose Hill M. E. Church Pays
Standing Debt; Congregation
Gives $5,000 In Church Hour
Agent Make s
During the month of Septem
ber, fourteen club meetings werej
held for women with an attendance
of 191. Due to the weather the at- (
tendance was not as large as wo
anticipated. Only one club made;
a score of 100. j
The new members of Rockfish'
club, which is the oldest in the) i
county, entertained the chapter
members at a delightful reception
September 27 at the home of Mrs.
Register. It was in her home that,
the first club was organized.
All project leaders did not come'
up to par in their reports, biit
we are looking for better cooper
ation next month. In some of the
clubs, splendid reports were given
by the leaders of: Housefurnishv
ing. Clothing, Garden, Yard Health,
Child Development, Recreation,
Food, and Education. '
Six hundred and forty-two miles
were traveled by the agent in con
ducting the work. Eighteen homes
were visited and twenty-one peo
ple were in some way through
calls at the agent's office. Fifty
individual letters were written,
three hundred and fifty bulletin!
were distributed, and five hun
dred programs were printed for
usendurlng the coming month.
The subject for study during
September was "Curtains and
Draperies.''"; During the agent's
demnst aHon' .tne'Iollowlng points
were demonstrated: -1. What col
ors, to use to suit the color of
walls, rugs and furniture. 2. How
to make the ceiling appear lower
or higher. 3. A uiscussion of tex
ture and proportion to make them
harmonize with styles of room. 4..
How to make the design suit the'
type of furniture and size of room.
5. How to make the selection of
draperies and curtains harmonize
with rooms opening together.
Small draperies, curtains, sara-
pies of materials and pictures ,Fed tioni nwvSber 1, 1935
were used to demonstrate these, 'Busines3 Eection
At the close of the demonstra-, Minuteg 0f last meeting
tion each member described herA ts morMoTi f Comfort
individual problem which was dis-.j Qneer
cussed at length and a visit to leaders program
rrt onir nsimAO nroo anhoHiiloH tr I
Li rffh i r,, i
-v. . .
r lir.g health hero
rooms. v h f i i
The program for October is m. JS? " TJ
PROGRAM FOR OCTOBER
Meting called to order by the
Song: (Tune "Auld Lang Syne"
1. I had a little hammer once
Withi which I used to strike
And I went knocking everyone
At folks I didn't like.
2. I knocked most everyone I knew
But found it didn't pay,
For when folks saw me coming
They went the other way.
3. I've thrown away my hammer
71 PercentTobacco Contracts
Signed Up Thru Sept. 30th.
Following is a report of the
1936-39 sign-up in Duplin County,
through September 30th, 1935:
Total number of contracts re
Total number of contracts sign
Percent of recommended con
tracts signed 71 per cent.
Total number of acre signed
Total number of pounds signed
nKfi. p,lnrt.. ia10iRQ
Per' oent -.commended base
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HIGHWAY NO. 11
Highway No. 11, beginning at
Kenansville and running through
IM Jti . Brtf :. eondi,
t(0Q of heavy traffic
durng the t,.UCK Beason in lower
puplin 'and Pender. ' A large per -
4 a, & i.. HA.h
with produce during the trucking
Miss Jayme Martin, "Duplin
Ceunt'y new Home Demonstra
tion Agent Who succeeded Mrs.
Pratt McSwain. Miss Martin
makes her first report to the
As far as I could shoot
And taken up the booster's horn
And you should hear me toot.
4. I'm glad I'm with the booster's
I feel like the things they do,
And if you'll lay your hammer
I'll get a horn for you .
Club Collec .
Food - Judging canning
Tell abo.it one outstan-l-
..s- ..... .......
Show by pic
es your idea
nt - Dascribe
tures from magaz
of a correctly furn
one child in your community whom
you think U being reair- 1 correctly
Clothing - Explain U: clothing
Garden - Arrang ; for flowers
for any sick memoo.- to be sent on
day of the meeting
Education - Read one t03ted and
practical recipe. Read club score
Recreation - Read an autumn
poem suitable for October
season followed the eastern shore
for the condition of this road from
route this year and that accounts
Kenansville to PinkHill. From Pink
Hill on, the road had a concrete
curb which makes it stand better
under heavy traffic.
All indications are that from
now on, most of the trucks from
the trucking section of our coun
ty will take this eastern route by
Kenansville, Kinston and on to
Norfolk and we will see even
great traffic next year. This east-
ern route elves the drivers a chance
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to rest and . sleep while crossihgIThe result of tneirt laors is
the water at Norfolk and cuts out , lovely- churchly structure, with
many of the congested highways ' adequate Sunday-school facilities,
in the Richmond route. With thislwblch- with JuamaNe pride they
in mind it seems that the State
Highway Commission should re
surface this stretch of road so as
to take care of the increasing truck
Receipts of the Federal Income statesman, author and leader. Sev
tax gain sharply over 1934. oral former pastors and presiding
;.--.: o ' ii . , . I elders have been invited, and the
President picks Eccles to head!
new Federal Reserve set-up.
An undying faith in his consrro
gation, his mind and soul -Itterally
wrapped up in a program and h.s
automobile almost steadily rolling,
together with a firm faith and de
termination on the part of mem
bers of his church, resulted in the
pastor of the Rose Hill Methodist
Church announcing last Sunday
that the huge church indebted
ness tbat had been starcing the
members In the face for the past
ten years had been lifted.
Two weeks ago Rev. P. O. Lee,
pastor of the Rose Hill and Wal
lace churches set out on a cam
paign for the purpose of relieving
his Rose Hill congregation of a
$20,000 church debt. The debt has
been hanging for about ten years.
With interest piling up and weeds
growing up around the church
Pastor Lee made a last minute ef
fort to clear up the situation.
Through keen business negotiations
Mr. Lee and his helpers managed
to secure a compromise from an
insurance company, secured a $500
donation from the Duke endow
ment and a thousand dollar con
tribution from the church extension
This left a balance of. $5,000 to be
raised by the local congregation.
With the ever present phrase "it
can't be done" ringing in his ears,
Mr. Lee determined that it "could
be done". He marshalled his forces
together two weeks ago and set
out. Pledges were secured from the
members and Sunday morning last
saw the break of a new day on the
Rose Hill Methodist Church. It be
ing the fifth Sunday in the month
there was no church services held
at any ether church.. The citizens
of Rose Hill turned out to the
Methodist Church in such, large
numbers that many were literally
turned from the doors. After the
morning sermon those who had
pledges were asked to come forth
and pay their pledge. To the as
tonishment of every one present
people began marching up and lay
ing down the cash. They came so
fast that those receiving could
hardly keep up with it. Not only
did the members of the Methodist
church contribute but members of
every church in town and those
who are not members of any
church liberally donated. One man
was seen to lay down one thousand
dollars in cash. Young people, boys
and girls, every one came forth.
Women with tears streaming down
their cheeks, tears of joy as they
contributed, and even men, old
men were seen with tears trickling
down their cheeks. Surely it look
ed as if a miracle had been per
formed. Pastor Lee stated after
wards that such a thing as "com
mon honesty" and "cheerful giv
ing" did exisi today. Before the
congregation departed for their
homes the full amount had been
raised and the Rose Hill Church
Rev. Mr. Lee came to Rose Hill
four years ago. He will leave the
Rose Hill - Wallace charge at the
end of this church year when the
Conference convenes on November
21st in Wilmington.
It is interesting to note that the
Rose Hill Church was built by an
other Mr. Lee, the Rev. T. W. Lee,
when he held the charge about ten
years ago. The edifice was built at
a cost of between $35,000 and $40,
000. To Dedicate Warsaw
Sunday Oct. 20th
The Warsaw Methodist Church
will be dedicated by Bishop Paul
B. Kern Sunday, October 20th. The
service will begin at 11:00 a. m.
Bishop Kern will preach the ser
mon and dedicate the Church. T'le
cornerstone of the old church wis
laid November 8, 1889. During tha
years since that date the mem
bership have shown an outstanding
sPtrit of cooperation and harmony.
will present 10 ine community ana
dedicate to the service of God freo
from all building debt.
It will be a prlvlledge for the
community to hear Bishop Kern
who la an outstanding Christian
public la cordially Invited. to this
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