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J C0VL.I3 . UI LIN LIIIE A ROOF
JL 11. J JL .,
KUfANSVILLS, North Carolina .
1 , BUSHED EVERV THURSDAY
t TT M-n
TL.-r.c- Issues Late
Last ' w
that f e 1 .
ed In I- t .
so it to. '
It wan announced
TO would be print-'
ille this week. And
THUtoDANOV, ttn, 19g , , T NUMw n
' a TI1IE3 moves Into its new
- ' .
er ten months of operation
- the present manemcnt and
printed in Vidn. the
. . uw TI " 3 comes borne to
: -y. Tlie printing plant formerly
' - 1 in Weldon baa been mov
1 ti J i.anBvllle and totalled In
t;.i! .;ii!jr former'y occupied by
C. : ,. Chimin. The t&..K of installs
t " i id arrangement bas not quite
l i finished but enough was put
t work to enable us to publslh
a paper this week, i-. ! ! .
Beginning; next week the TIMES
inaue a little earlier than here
tofore, la addition: ;to; publishing
the TIMES our shop te equipped
to take care of any and all kinds
of job printing, from envelopes, to
. . broad - sides , ruled -work, we in
vite you to learn our prices, they
-. may be cheaper than, those from
. companlea out of the county, "
We wish to extend an invita
rtiuU everyone who wishes to visit
our plant any time after Novem
ber 15th. Come and see for" your
self what . It takes to get out a
newspaper. It wttl be . Interesting
if you have never seen it done.
The TIMES force la composed
of J. Robert Grady,' editor . and
' publisher; (Bob) Maxwell, contri
buting editor; ' R. S,. Grady, clr-
cuiation manager; Miss Louise
Robinson of Wallace, news editor;
' James BendaU of Emporia, - Va.,
shop foreman; Harry Lee Price of
Weldon, pressman , and Eddie
Hughes of New York City, .com
posing man. , y
;' ' 0" ' "in L,'-"-:--.if
COTTON ALLOTMENT CARDS
UNDELIVERED IS COUNTY
There atllt remains in the Coun
ty Agent's office in KenansvUle a
t many cotton allotment cards
"red. Notices ; have been
t a oftae eer
i and they .have not' been
for, and receipted for them Un
less this la dona' in a reasonable
length of time, these certificates
will have to be sent back to Ra
leigh and canceled. ? ,:'Y;y--i.
This la to advise all cotton grow
ers wboAave not 'receipted, for
their cotton tax-exempt certificat
es to do so at once. r t -
V' Kr.1- mi o mV ntV
r x . , i - , ,-
WARSAW VS. MT. OLIVE
' . Warsaw High School football
team meets. Mt. Olive High on
the Warsaw grid field.. The
game la a feature part of the
great Armistice program, War
saw Monday. , , ' '
1 The boys from Duplin and Bit.
Olive boya are keen rivals of
long standing, and the game
promises to be one of the sea
son's best In this section. . The:
boya of both schools will be out
to win. The largest crowd of the
season Is expected to be on hand
to urge the team of their choice
to victory;: 5-
. . Warsaw may be regarded aa a
tUght favorite aa a result of the :
season's record. But comparative
scores and paat records mean ;
nothing when these teams meet '
Be on hand Monday afternoon if
you wish to see a good football
Tame, ; . f j
, ,v ; . -r"
;Sl Gives Halloween '
Party. - -:
' ALL COTTON PRODUCERS '
. SHOULD TURN IN UNUSED
V COTTON POUNDAGE
, -' ' 0r"'y 'r.-'r
. It Is highly desirable that al cot
ton producers who , have . excess
cotton poundage 'left over to turn
them to at he County Agent's of
fice Immediately, says Mr. McLen
don. . r , , j, .-'.
"The demand for cotton cards Is
now greater than the supply, and
If the Duplin County.' Cotton grow
ere ,nold..ihelr.- cotton cards until
later on, it may be that they will
have to carry them over until an
other year,- whereas if they Would
turn them in now they can be sold
says Mr. McLendon. -
A large number of people were
present . and all reported a very
enjoyable time. There waa- real
good music and singing along with
delicious refreshments served.' The
small children marched out around
the Jacalan terns and played some
old time games. The following were
present! . N-i .... , ;, -
Martha . Lee Merritt i Marion
Grey Merritt, Glydas Teachey, tlo
rlne Edwards, ' Julia Deans Edw
ards, Anna. Mae Rivenbark, Cath-
erllne Brown, Hilda Brown, Jen-
nette Murphey Norma HlQ Cart
er,, Mary PearL Murphey, Luctal
Murphey, MryUe Teachev. Walter
Hanchey, Lbwood Hanchey, Bam-
oo nancney, Joe n tun ? Teachey,
Henry Southeriand, Sam RlTfn-
i-uft,' Rauioiid Bradsn&wT Edward
Teachey, Macy Caateen, Dorrlss
Evans, Mildred Teachey, Raeford
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Gartha Mer
ritt, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Murphey,
jar. ana Mrs. Mutcnen Edwards,
Mr. C O. HarreU ind wife.- Mrs.
Anna Merritt, Mra.f CatUa Brown,
air. uqeu xeacney' and Wife. Mrs.
Jessie Murphey, Mrs. J. W.-Judge,
Mrs Holland Teachey, Mrs. Frank
lin Rivenbark. Mrs. B. F. Riven.
"bark, Mrs. Lucy HarreU, Mrs. Co
ra uarcer, Mr. - Alfred Murphey,
Mr. Enoch Teachey, Mias- Winnie
Williams,' ? Miss : MarV Francis
Teachey,, Miaa Ruby Deane Teach
ey, Sarah Rivenbark, Wilms Mer
ritt, kaura Rivenbark, Mary Riv
enbark, James Bradahaw.' Fredis
Bf adshaw, Leslie Batts, Kirby Har-
mu, xutmona narreii, James Tea
chey, Homes Murphey and Jamas
race adjustment payments to
Warren County cotton growers
will run to approximately 1135,000
this year, the -county agent esti
mated - , p.--.:
Hon. Paul JD.? Grady -
, Speaks To Juniors
- -Rich : Souaro. Nov. 8. The
Rich Square Council of the Junior
Order of United American Mecha
nics together with a large, dele
gation from the Lasker , Council
gathered -at the cafeteria of the
Rich Square School for an oyster
supper on Mondey nighty October
28th.- The' supper,, which was ser
ved by a unit of the P. T. A. was
In itself a sufficient reward for
attendance. ; .y ,v
FoUowing the .supper the Jlon.
Paul i D. Grady, of Kenly,. state
Senator and candidate for lieute
nant Governor, apoke upon the
importance of the expression of
the beliefs and ideas of the "ave
rage man" In the .proper conduct
of Goveernment Senator Grady
empnaalzed the fact that those I
special privileges are
.The?" S b coming to you
late duo t , delay In getting
..the prlu i ,- machinery set up
' and prt v e rnnning. It is hoped
. that w 3 .. '.t week's Issue yon
wL4 begin n ceiving your paper
much earlier In the week than
yon have heietofore.-,:);-,--'''i
. Next week will be carried a re
port of the diplltt County Fed
eration of Home Demonstration
Clubs, the. Junior Woman's Club
bridge touroa wnt, County Courf
and 'other lt"it 'that werV sche
duled to apiar ' ln "thla week's
issue. ' - ; .;;,;
. , y. - .-yt - .. . - -
Hen PeclH Husband
GraHy Will 'Deliver Speech
Instructions on . -
Tobacco Sales Cards
'Al tobacco contract signers, up
on the completion of the sale of the
1938 crop,- must return the sales
card and sign the marketing card.
along with their tenants, if they
nave Tenants, it they have tenants,
so that the parity payment in 1935
may be paid and aQ matters per
taining to the 1934-85 contracts
can be settled. ' '
"The 1936-39 contract cannot be
-The 1936-89 son tract eannot be
accepted by the Secretary of Ag-1
ncuHnre.;oniu - an lorms in con-
Monday will be a gala day In
the town of Warsaw, home of '
Henry L Stevnna fnM-u -
Miss Fannie Aldrldge and Ma- ionol common, . .
rietta Neeca went to Raleigh last Legion. Warsaw will put on its an- '
Saturday shopping. . nual show for Armistice. The Ar-
v Misses Louise. Bowen and Eliza- mistice Dnv
Beth Sparkman spent Friday night j has become known in cvor- nn.-.v
and Saturday! at their' homes in
Watha and BurgaW, respectively.
Mrs. Roacoc Poopcr of Fhison,
and corner of the Old North State.
mo oays proirram will
with a parade at 10 o'clock Jn
' As w go fo press- at this late'
Friday. night; hoar information
cornea to the TIMES', desk that
the. hen-peeked husband contest;
which is being brought trf a close
at the Masonic building tonight
with . the Junior Woman's Club
Bridge tournament, will award inave been signed and delivered in'
necUon with the 1934-35 contract l?. Z!i
contacting and advising our pub
lic officials; while the farmer, mer
chant or other business or profes
sional men from the small towns
neglect to Inform their jrepresenu-
ryea ..in Government as to their
wiabes. He urged a closer rela-
uontnip Between the neonle ' and
meir representauves, to Vta end
that; the rights and privileges of
au people be more cleariy recog
the grand prize to Mr. Less WU-
Uams, Kenans vUle's most amia
ble ' DOSt master. Hoaanm thla
information Is not official as re-:
continually porta also state that Dr. ,G. V.
Ooodlng; Mr, O. p. Johnson and
Mr. W. B.'BeUoga ara Duahlna-
the leader close and last minute
voting could easily change to
picture. Watch for. next week's
TIMES- for an account of: the
tournament and the name of the
man who wearH the laurels for
Dupttn County's most Hen-pcck-
the County Agent office.
. A trTAJlt tnan lOttR mat4raMnM
tfiHf4ai hflVA hAH " mi(Ut
ai aaa - UIMWU VUL - LQ
mot iHuuwni, wmcn every community in tlia
Robert and Jim.:Bowden, .j county is expected to bo represea"
Rev. and Mrt. F. Xt Goodman led. At eleven o'clock in the fair
and email daughter, Carolyn Vir- building, judge Henry a Urndv
ginla, are vacaoning In the Val- wlU deliver the annual adch-ss
leyjrf Virginia; -fe r ' Senator Rivers Johnson of wat
; Mrs. Ronald Harris of Kinston; will be master of ceremonies
visited her mother, Mrs. Emma I In the afternoon a foathaii
between Warsaw an.l ). mi,..
tt of E. C. T.'t5. Will be too feature attraction a i
d here with her at night tho days bui will bo con
cluded with a dance irorn D m i
spent the week
' Mrs. J; O.
nlzed In the formation of Govern- t?ftoiTtTSli Tii'..
ment polices.- Senator Gmdy won VOSe 111 JUniOr
many friends among his audlehce (T 3fr EntertainpH
by his frank , declaraUons - that - ,IU"IneA
those elected to office should at all
times be guided by the beUefa of
his constituents, a , ,
A A regular meeting of the' Coun
cU in the local Council .hall ended
a .moat enjoyable evening. .
.ROSJH QLL,.' Nov.
Bowman.- accomoan-1 fj music win ho f,i.r,iov..i k..
uu vut U) T - I .jj,. . . u uy
contract signers for signatures of 7 1, V w " i "euuie jonnson and uia Carolina
the contractor and his tenants, and 2 Gr'n(,J Saturday wtoro Orcfcastra, featuring PcSSy Wooa,
have not been returned. Many , tteded 3trty- j famous torch singer,
more have been carried out by the' . " Mr-? Norwood -accom- o
contractor for signatures of ten- . TT v- uood"lPnt n,,f RV:i. rr.,
ants nrt h n i J.. . . g. to Raleigh on last Saturday 1 r Ut UUt rillt TreCS
AU of these forms must be return- ES! E.aWoa tte CaroHna- NOW Spp Tniintv A crH
ed before the 1935 contract can be iState same' ' "ww oee OUnty Agf t
completed. "" On Friday Of last week Mr' o
. AU persons having contracts are Mm. John Gavin and Vance j During the summer and fall of
urged to attend to this matter at c'v,n ttenfWl 'oot ball game the year everyone likes to go out
once. ."k T"" roraw 1 10 ms inut trees and gather a few
- 0 - ,
I Mr. and .Mrs, JR. V., Wells and peaches or apples for eating, can-
KOSe XllU DeatnS . Aulander With relaUves. I Beginning now, and for the next
p -r. Miss . V Irgniia Kornegay of six weeks, will be the proper time
ROSE HILL.'': Nov. 4 iriinrai Oxldsboro spent 8unday"here with for putting out fruit trees. Your
services for AlUe 'James Robinson, Ur' Norwood Boney. . County Agent or Assistant County
eteht vear old son of Mr. and Hn - Miss Margaret Wise of Haaard, 1 Agent, by buying with a coopera-
boys auTgirls of the Junior Choir -B- Robinson, were held from the Ky" u nere c0" U P!ay. "Oh, tive order, can get fruit trees for
of the Preshyterian churbh wersihom Friday morning, with Rev, pfr!" She. represents the you at a nomial cost of from 10
delightfully entertained on Friday J- E- tahier of Wallace In charge. ""J" oeweii company, of At- to a cents each, depending on the
afternc 4hLhome of Mr,' L. ' Death came after a week's illness kwJfi.Ga. i - s!tc tree you desire to set.
KV Alderman; theehurch bianlst pneumonia; Thla boy waa a f10 of Muis Erma Wil- ' In purchasing fruit trees, espe-
llams Will bei Interested to know ciallv oeach. it ia hpfror tn hnv
.'"Ope jBeEIejaea y wn9,e mm tvae- m::V 1aeat..iKlxiL inter- f,toJ2MW English and fvera different varieUes, with the
Tfu-;.t m a M guesr waariv . i email corsage of h was u tns Toung cemetery,; " "r"" 1 b" ""'"'e p ui-nng
;. J.--.-'."-"- ."jr? I waa naaiated in entertalninc-bv ed, who as a high school senior died mk i-ttlr, "vBItulJf - e-lo -tsmlfts wf septemeer, ha-
M srw.a. aa-asa UUUU OUUU1 111 " . uii, aaa iac OCOSUli.
the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. D. 1 Fruit trees are no different
Williams. , from any other crop, in that if
Mrs. Sam Bradahaw waa called you are to have good fruit, you
to BennetUviUe, S. C. on Monday have to give the trees some at
night to join her husband who is tention in the wav of Drunlnir
Magnolia: Nov:' 4th. Tha ?. Misses Yvonne Alderman and Au- last March. Flower girls were cou
nolia F. T. A. met Monday nio-ut M"y Wetes Farrior. X . - V sins of the deceased.
November 4th with a good attend- r -Chiesta present were Bobby Her- Besides the parents, the deceas
anceand aU had .j a pretty f good ring, K, a Alderman. Richard ed is survived by four sisters. Mls-
354.K;ii4;-'i.' , I Watson. - Kenneth ' Turner. John ses Adele and Rebecca Robinson
rACthe bustaeaa meelin: offte- WUtpn MaUard, . Ethel Herring. Mrs. WiUle Knowles. of Rose H1U. Z6 T.v
.I..,, j . .- . : Uarilvn AManx.n rfh- cr and Mm Winlfrrt V-,.r, nr..'"' " ""t" uiore.
bkku, m u a npi wu tt " " . ' -! Hesdames D. M Jollv
Pickett, Vice-president; Miss Grace Teacy. Betsy Hall, Marthay O. o
Hood t re-elected Secretary and MuPry' Gedine Johnson, : Mary Funeral services for Dorothy
-fi"w;,l'j4j mM I0''. Fassell, Mary Fair- j FusseU, nine year old daughter of
.Committees 1 appbmtewere: ,B V -awy wuson, Mr. and Mrs. Byrd FusseU, whose
Explorer tells State Denartmanr
that lost Redfern is alive. v
Ilcco Hill School Still ';:
; -. Clc-ctl, Due?T6 Eijidemic
ROSE HILLs Nov. Out. The lo
cal situation in regard to sickness
with colds and pneumonia la much
brighter than it was last week,
when three deaths were reported,
feveral children are recovering and
but few cases of sickness have
been reported.. - A statement has
not been made as to the exact date
U-'t the local schools' will reopen,
but it is hoped that this informa
tion win soon be known. - t
C:ccl Text Week
'TV Professor" a three act inu
MaghoBa First In
. Red Cross "
Magnolia, ' under the Jurisdiction'
of Mr. Sam Pope is the first unit
to bring in their Red Cross contri
bution, having brought It in to the
Kenansville office, November 7th.,
1935.' HURRAH FOR fc MAGNO
LIA- WHO'S NEXT? . . . -
Program, Mrs. F.. N. " Barden.
Chairman, Mra. Kenneth " Taylor,
art, Miaa' Isabel Boylea.,:"'i-':
F Social, Mrs. F. O. Hollingsworth,
Chairman, Mrs. G. B.- King - and
Ways and- Means,- Mra- i 'J. 'P-,
Tucker, Chairman, J. A. Smith .and
3. W. naini';v:rf--''.frtVri-.-Hr
Welfare,. Prof, U H. FusseU.
Chairman. " , fffi&?.;&Y!,'-
Membership, Mrs.' A. W. Croom,
Chairman,. Mra. L. p. DaU and
Mrc'D.' M. WllldnpV:".;'
Miss McArthAjr and Mrs.-Fus-aeUs
room had the largest number
of parents present and got a boU-
Mr. FusseU urged the parents' V
keep,, their children in school and
help try to prevent flue epidemics.
Mr. Moore . of Kenansville,. tea
cher of various music classes made
a talk off the purposcbf the P,'T
A. and urged parents to take -ad
vantage of the opportunity of
juwwws; uw leacnera oeuer, and
through, aome of his ! young stu-
Sarah Watson, Johnny Teachey,
Joyce wunams, saVle G. Herring,
and Pansy Alderman.1 ; -
FARM section: 'TEATUKES
; IATEST. AAA DEVEL- -.
& ' 3i OFMENT8 w V "
Featuring latest developments
j-to the AAA, as ibey affect farm
-oommodities produced : locally,
the Noven.ber issue of our,
! STATE. 'FARMER SKt.Tl iN,
-appears with this Issue of our
I Much has transpired within
' AAA. circles since the last issue
four STATE FARMER SEC
TION. Stepe have been ' taken'
i to increase potaW prices prior .
ta the time the Warren potato
fcpl becomes operative. The .corn
-hog referendum has given the
adpalnistratlon ; :':-; resounding
Vote of -confidence, mid a new
contract Is In course of prepa
ration tor 1986, baaed on fair
proOto to the produoer and rca-,:
aonable prloes to the consumer.
C. Weils went to Goldsboro
Wednesday of this week.
a MmmlMa. nHhl- -h" A A A -
denta from bia Dunn eW n.lV i.ZZr,!;TMr?
a.a ii " T:? . " iraBve ,-mea-'.
?v?vr"u P.5. aurea designed W substltuto for
" . "-w WVt OU1V
Darkness on the' DeMa. - v
death resulted from pneumonia,
were conducted from the home on
Saturday morning by Rev. J. E.
Lanier of Wallace. Interment was
in the family cemetery. Thla little
girl, beloved by friends and school
mates, was a member of the third
grade in the local school..
Besides the parents, the deceased
is survived by three sisters, Mrs.
-red Rogers, Misses Mattie Lee
and Evelyn FusseU; three brothers,
Ira, Lester and John FusseU.
Funeral-services for James Blan-
icnard, eight year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Blanchard, were
conducted from the home on Thurs
day morning by Rev. S. G. Harn
ess of Rose Hill, and interment
was in the family burial plot.
This child, who died of pneumo
nia, had many friends In his sec
ond grade in the local school.
Besides the parents, thedeceaa
ed is survived by two sisters. Ae
nes and Bettie Mae Blanch ard, and
one brother, Worth Blanchard.
Team At Burgaw
spraying and treatment for borers
and other bisects. Of course it isn't
practical for a farmer to be as
particular witn his home orchard
as a commercial grower would be
with his, but even home orchards
should have some attention, and
unless you are going to buy, with
the above suggestions in view, it
o , would be better to leave them off
Magnolia, Nov. 4th. The Degree and use the space for some other
Team of Tuberose Council No. 330 crop.
Jr. O- U. A. M. of Magnolia led Vour County Agent or Assistant
by Kenneth Taylor, local Councilor County Agent can advise you a
visited the Burgaw ColncU Moh-,bout pruning, spraying and treat
day night and put on degree work, ment for the different insects.
There were about twenty members ' o
of Tuberose Council present at I With clubs in all 15 of the high
this meeting. j schools, Johnston County will have
u appruxjiiiaieiy z uuu memDcra en-
' rnllari tfy A -VI .Ink -T. . I. : . . .,
County farmers , . .
have recently purchased high grade ! Hull pledges moral support to
bulls with which to improve the the League of Nations on peace.
1 Company union move to nutlonal
bodies is alarming industry.
quality of their herds.
The Boys From Duplin Shut
Out Goldsboro Grid Eleven
Joe Cmk vocal solo: Love.and
a, Dime, f-jr,'-!!,
Miss Ruth Balnea, vocal solo:
.now 4'm,a Lady,", . ' : -
BAT: ROSE IfflJ
Grady Drops Second 1
Game To Kenansville
Kenansviua jaign school .: Boyst ROSE HILL, Nov. 6th. Frank
V w,a , 1 wam won its second, victory over Jerome who la engaged ta the pro
vine high school audi- ,b, F. Grady Monday afternoon on duce' business andUhMecent
Friday night, Novem- the KenansvUle court Grady boyslly spent some time her wit? ha,
': , . , Inut un a Stiff flo-ht Kiif miiM utLntlu. T r t-i
e comedv. Drodueed bv Mie'ir.'V-V ..t-L.- - 1 - t. C. ' r. ' v" "aa as
- . . I UI.LU Lug VHXY Ui LHO I .fill , I V
e P. SeweU production com
y and sponsored by the local
1 is much heralded as a
... , , . I ""J I
. 1 vi expeciauons and' are playing a
Over 60 prominent local peo- Very good brand of baU fof this
a BViarfitlAH tt InnaQii In tVn ' . .. . ......
"v-v.-. " auigo oi mo season, t
Champs. The final score of the
game was KenansvUle 25, Grady
15. Kenar-ivllle boya are living up
) f lay wlU be presented with
nctors properly dressed In
). Kehearsala are being
. John C. Kennedy has received
y nicht from now until the appointment from Postmaster
t lit. A real treat is pro-.General James A. Farley to
m t ie foU.s of this section. I postmaster at BeulavUie. i
nis gueat for several days . last
week, his employer," John Vena of
Philadelphia. On , Friday evening
mr. vena was nost at an Italian
Spaghetti ' supper, which he pre
pared and served himself, This was
given at the home of Mr. Jerome's
sister, Mrs. Oscar FusseU. Those
present for' the delightful supper
were Mr. and Mrs. J, -M. Jerome,
Mrs. B. F. Symons, Mr. and Mrs,
E. G Murray, Mrs. & KV Butler.
J. D. Jerome, Frank Jerome and
, ajiy adverse ruUag by the Su
preme Court on.brocesslns; tax-
h ea or on the constitutionality of
me Agricultural Adjustment
Act ltseU. ; v: '-. '!l;ij 5 if :
..v-''v'V'a: ' " ' i-!:;r:'-i.:;
' : AJB of these happeninars ' are
interpreted by expert special '
cation,':- '-S:Q . ;fe3t;
., of news and feature . articles '
dealing with every commodity4
produced in this area, and with
'- national aoUvlUes In tho field
of agriculturtf. , progress which",
- nave a local bearing.' Among
; thjese are the -.National Future
Farmer Congress; the National ':
r 4-H Club Congress, the Amer-
loan Royal and . International '
' Uveateck Expositions; the Na-
Uonal Dairy Show -and other .
. . In OuV Issue will be V found
something of Interest to ' every
; memner or the farm family, aU
of which has been speolally pre
pared With many illustrations. .
Head feature carefully . and' let -'
us have- your comments, :,
-' The' Revival which has been In
session at Pears ads Chapel . the
past week came to a, close Sunday
nignt with a good attendance.
There were four additions to the
-Mr., and Mrs. Luby Jones and
children of Warsaw visited Mr.
Albert Chambers and family Sun
day. : ; , :-
- Street Garner, Mose Garner, Vel
man Benson, Owen Quinn and Ber
nard Langston were Kinston visi
tors Sunday afternoon.' , .
' Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Quinn 'yialt-
ed Mr. and Mrs: D.-F. Chambers
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garner, Jr.,
'visited Mr. and Mra. Johnnie Hun
ter Sunday. 'y:-'-:-,'":---:'.:,.
-Mr. and Mrs! Piekett Chambers
and Miaa DoUle MUler of ShowhlU
visited in this community Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Alice Dunn and dau-
Playing their best game of the
season the Warsaw boys trounced
Goldsboro High footbaU team 19
' The Warsaw boys did themsel
ves proud. Everyone played hard.
heads up ball. Goldsboro didn't get
a chance against the hard charg
ing boys from down in Duplin. The
feature of the game, teamwork on
the part of every member of the
The coach, Denny has developed
a real footbaU mechlne at Warsaw
High and deserves the praise and
commendation of every citizen of
the Warsaw section. The team and
PINK HILL NEWS
Misses Edna Turner, Doris
Smith and Nannie Mae Smith of
E. C. T. C., Greenville, spent the
week-end at their homes here.
Pink HiU shoppers in Kinston
Saturday included Mr. and Mr3.
Ike Stroud, Mrs. Jasper Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. W, H. Moore, Mrs. G. M.
Tprner and Mrs. Herbert Joner,.
Turner and Mis. Jlcrbeit Jone3.
Hill Items recently : i was t'a:.;
that Dr. Henderson of Wilson ha I
moved to Pink Hill to practice
medicine. Instead it was Dr. Chan.
coach deserves the wholehearted J Swindell, who with Mrs.. Swindell
support of every Warsaw citizen.; are making their home with Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Turner.
Mr. Forrest Smith of Kinston
was a Pink Hill visitor Sunday.
Mr. Rommie Holt, teaching near
Rocky Mount, spent the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Small, re
cently married, are making their
home with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Jarman. Mrs. SmaU was the for-
The writer and -this paper again
wish to congratulate coach Denny
On the splendid Job he is doing and
also congratulate the members of
the team. '
i Aunt Mary First -
, VTst vrlmh a AAitflrvoiiilaf a Aunt
ghter, Margaret, also Mr. and Mrs.- Mary Davis on being the first to jmer Miss Sarah Lee Jarman
wuue : narnoit . and naoy -were join the Red Cross in Duplin Coun- Miss Lena- Smith, a student
guests at the home of Mra. Dunn's ty, having paid her membership, nurse in the Carolina --aierai Hoj-
parenu, ar. ana mrs. tt. X . CDam- November BtK lg.ts.
pltal in Wilson, spent the weekend
Aunt Mary is a well known co- here with her parents,
mr.-jacK tsenson was the sniest ktred woman In Dunlin nountv
of Miss Sallie Lou Hunter Sunday she ia the maid at the local we leaflet-noon.
. k ' ' 1 ' fare and relief office.. ,
Mr. Hugh Maxwell of the Uni
versity of N. C. was a visitor here,
over, the week-end.
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