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ME TC.IES COVERS DUPLIN LIKE A KOOP
KENANSVIIXE, porth Carolina
't t... invited guests
: ;t y of the Ken-
:.a i .. . is ciuo as
t t a party held In
1 , i huZL It goes
i t t sat the Invite J
t. o j 'j-Iy men. Altoge
i i " '-t r y young fttks took
; J i V o fei" ' y frolic which
1 w'' 'a f" yiiig of various
i and was brought to hap-.-
i ,'iclii!iua try dancing.
1 he club room was attractively
" orated for the occasion, and a
1 - !y Christmas tree wag but
j .id by gifts for all those pres-
t. The . party started with a
' . sry Cliristmas" , contest, . and ,
t .mes- songs and dancing furnished-
other entertainment.- . - - - -
Coffee, m '.dwiches and salted
ruts were served later in the ev
e 'ng, after which the Christmas
t - e became thev center of, attrac-
l Although Santa wasn't pres-
i xor me occasion, ne naa prev-
uy visited the club room, in one
f his jolliest moods, and the gifts
i- ft were jokes on most' of . the
guests present'." f v , .
There will be a special Christmas
rf rram riven at the , aietnoaisi
Church Fridav evening at 7:00 and
a Christmas tree following'. We
hope that the community will join
in the Christian Spirit of Christ-
raa. . .,,, - 't . , '
The service at the Presbyterian
(' nrch will be .Monday evening at
7:, J with service by the Sunday
i. t-ool and a tree fllowing. ' - -
i leclal emphasis this year- will
1 (i laced , on the singing of ' the
i -tmas Carols and we hope thajt
. t ill join in thai joyful praise,.
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B$, 8 ANT A CLf .ill it j,ib.v . ? hu bert for the v
Ya : y" r 4 htm..
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j E8 HER XMA8 f .
ft S !S VIGILw-Here you l
TV I v - I "' adorable J0
)(.; si I child star showing
Ol !' ' lt howshewlU wait ,f
t . O i r Santa n
Vjf '- V Christmas Eve. , , LI
PCBUSHEO EVEB1T THURSDAY v
" thousand pounds of plucked
va wera flold raoDeratlvelv re
y by Anson County farm' f am-!
i lor uie nonaay marKeu
-, In last week's Issue we carried
a notice' that the, TIMES Would
be glad to receive any cd cloth- '
e, toys or anything that might
serve tome of the county's poor
and make . their , Christmas
brighter. - ' . I
Again we are making an ap
peal to the people of our county
to remember those less fortunate
and do something for them. If
It b not convenient for you to
brine; whatever von mlo-ht uiak
to give to the TIMES office take
upon yourself to see that some
lamuy in your community who
Is In need gets- something. Af-
au uiere is more real pleas
ure In giving than to have some
6ne else give for you. Take some
oH clothes, some food, old toys
ur anyuung you have to the
home of some destitute family
and see how good you feel when
vyou leave. -
Mr. Harvey Boney, the Coun
ty Welfare Agent, will be glad to
distribute anything that may be
carried to her office.
If the people of this county
eannot make happy the poor in
our midst at Christmas time
then may the Lord have mercy
on us when the final accounting
time comes.- The Editor.
THURSDAY, DEC 18th., 1985
RooseyeltOpen '36 Camnaion
Jan.Sih.; Jackson Day Dinner;
To Be Honored By Nation-Wide Dinners
The Champion Hog
Some weeks ago we published an
article on hog killing and asked
our readers' to report the weight
of hoes killed this season in an ef
fort to find the largest hog that
was killed during the season, in the
So far a hoar WKlsrhlnv K11 lha
killmi hv Mtn. harhnw. TraiM nr
Kenansvlue last Tuesday la the lea-
"Life Is A Christ
It is a loner and rienn Tm pannnt
w um3 uuiiom ox ii, nor reach
JV1U VIGBOllU H.L. K HiniTICi BTIBT.
ch; you must take them out one at
life Is a Christmaa atnnkincr Tf
la long and deep. Take your bles
sings from the top, one at a time.
uuaiiiniiHii xuwuay u un lew- grauMuuy out not too fast and
Hm , Thla tlM, ra n Q MBM .J m&Imi .1 .
Mrs. Jones' hog will remain cham-lrous with them, and reach down
mmbv wv ivyviwu. fiuj. nuu jruu nave pUUCQ OUt
au ine gut you thought were
In order to give our emttov-
ees several davm off for rhrit.
mas the TIMES will Imim Mti
week on Tuesday. Everyone Is
urgea to get their news Items
and adverttsementu in th
TIMES office not later than
Monday afternoon. Alt -..
pondents please take notice.
FRANKLIN D. RbOSEVSLT
Past and present leaders of
Democracy to be honored at
3,000 dinner In every State
in the Union on Jackson Day.
- ANDREW JACKSON ,
January 8th. The Duplin Coun
ty Dinner will be held at Ken-ansville.
One Rutherford rinnntv hrmnr
told a'groun of men in Rutherford.
ton the other day that farmers of
the county were better off. this
there, search yet another time
Tea, search again for some of the
Glee Club Party
The Kenansvllla Hip-h
wee uiuo, under the direction of
uus Annie Kate Craig, gave a
lovely party Wednesday evening,
December 11th in ftis Pnmmiinitv
Building. The rooms were beautl-
if c Of Jiidre Gradv D ie A
ii an.; Funeral Mon. In Clinton
'Cue of The Largest Crowds Ever ras held. Among the offerings
m anm a imwnu w iu ow wot wreaths from the Duplin
Hoa; Kins ton. Paper Editorial. ! County of flciaU and Bar, the
One1 of the largest crowds tha(
ever attended a funeral service
nnrhana In STfldtArn North rAM.
i Una attended the funeral Monday
afternoon or. jura, Auue h.uwhjui
: Grady,, wife of the Judge Henry
Grady, at Clinton.-,, , .
Lawyers from v almost every
county in the eastern -part of the
i State, Lieutenant Governor A. H.
Graham of Hillsboro, members of
the - North" Carolina Superior
Court bench and 'other business
nnd personal friends . of1 the- well
.own lurlst were in attendance',
Tiia funeral service was : held
from, the Clinton Presbyterian
Church of which Mrs. Grady . was
i a life long and devoted member,
' with her pastor. Rev. M. O. Som-
.'nscrs in ' charge, . : assisted by s
f i mer pastor. Rev. George M.
I Uhls of Durham. The church
could not begin to hold the throng
of people who paid their silent
I ' ute to a beloved woman. In
t iient followed in the Clinton
i celery. , ' r t
' Irs. Grady passed away at her
a In Clinton Sunday morning
:13 o'clock, following & week's
s from double pneumonia. .
ides her husband, Mrs. Grady
irvived by three sons, Henry
Jr.,, of Clinton; Dr. Franklin
and Graham M. Grady, ' of
resville. There daughters died
fancy. One brother, M. Mcu
am, member of the Clinton
, and of the State School
Lision, also survives. - -i.
Grady was a daughter of
"t Pr. and Mrs. D. .-Mcl
i, of Wallace, and a first
i tf Dr. Frank Graham,
it of the University, of. N.
u Che was a loyal mem-
t".e Clinton Presbyterian
t 1 took an active interest
t ' 'ora, educational and
; .i t' e community.
i sn active .'members of
, V. D. C. Garden dub,
. i r organizations.
found only after vou have coma tn
winter than they had been; in ten 1 5e.uT i We ePty . and sad.
years dtinr SDedfio instance nf TnaakOod for the, length; of the
the Improvement -. 1 mMK,ans ana xor ine variety of its
w wu.uAwu-,icEvt7 pre
sents, the unexpected presents, the
gifts of love and cheer and friendship.
When Vnu hum ivanharf th. .
bottom of the stocking may it be
jruur privilege to Know that you
have made good use of every gift,
and lie down in peace, ready for
uie umamiess Sleep WhicA enfolds
us all at last
D, B. CARTER.
KenansvUle, N. C.
- w, -. vfjaMA un aviue ux uie i tin iwuu were ueautl
best gifts are hidden deep, to be. fully decorated in keeping with the
found Anlv after mi han mama fvHof Mnn nnn H i .
mm 5VUV.VIM .U1UUIH IlUHtlC-
toe and holly yplaeap-eff ectively
board of county commissioners, the
Gradv-Outlaw Association and the
Outlaw's Bridge community. .
Scores of neonle. relatives and
friends from Duplin County at
The follownifir editorial arfeared
In the'Klnston Morning Herald on i
Wednesday of this week: v ,
;T: SYMPATHT FOR JUDGE
' GRADY ,
i The Mornins' .Herald Inina with,
Judge Henry A. Grady's host of
friends In expressing to him deep
and sincere svmoathv in the death
of Mrs. Grady which occurred at
her home in Clinton after a brief
Mrs. Grady lived a life of great
usefulness to her church and tn
her community. It was attested by
the fact that a crowd far too large
to get Into the church , attended
the funeral larvinea. Ttiua lnrtrA
number of lawveni. tvuint.v nfflHalti
and others were there because of
tneir high regard for Judge Gra
dy, the aorrowins' husband, hut for
the most part they went to pay a
suent iriDUte to We memory of a
good woman. ...
She was a daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. D. Mcl Graham of Wallace;
a cousin of rwwnir tt na-
ham. the brilliant oresident of t.h
University . of North : Carolina;
a cousin of Malor William A. n.
1. . in .. . . ....
imuu, cuy supermtenaent of schools
Mount Olive M . , W. Prw- 7K
died at his home here early Wed
nesday morninc. H huA iwm in
ill health for two or. three years.
- Funeral services wlU be held at
the home Thursday morning at
10:30 o'clock, with the Rev. W. L.
Loy. pastor of the Methodist
Church, officiating. Interment will
be In Maplewood Cemetery.: '
The widow, who was formerly
through out the room. A large red
bell held a commanding position in
the center- of the room. Candle
ngnt was used to soften the scene
Tea and wafers wer nprvori n-
and Mrs. G. V. Goodine- nH vr.
ana Airs, a j. inxon were chaper-
time limit: extended for
Because of the bad weather of
last week end. the ttma limit fn-
enterintr the Chriatmna Ya.nl rwrv.
raGon Contest sponsored by the
KenansvUle Junior Woman's Club,
was extended until this Saturday,
December 21st .althouirh aruvial
consideration will, of course, be
given to those who had their deco
rations completed on December 14,
the orieinal. daft, not tn- final en
tries. The yards will be judged on
aavnaay evening, jjecemDer 23rd,
The members of the Junior Wnm
an's Club are proud of the enthu
Trophy To Classes
Miss Alice Wood of Wayne County 1 aati! resPnse to and the lovely re
and one daughter, Mrs. S. C. Keech "f thelr PleM 'or Proper
and one daue-htnr. Mra R n ir.
or new xorK city, survive. One
brother and four sisters also sur
vive. Willie Pope, of Rose Hill;
Mrs. Robert Dixon, of Rose Hill;
Mrs. Isaac Cotter, nf Mnimf rtii,,.
I Mrs. R. F. Marks, of New Hill; and
aun. j. ju. uixon. OI ureenabnrn
"aresslncr ud" of Kenanavllle rn-
this season, and wish to thank each
mm every person entering the con
Remember that- three
neuig onerea: irst prize, ?5.00,
given by the Junior Womans' Club;
Mr .Pope was engaged In ; the isecon(1 P1556.. three rose bushes, do
mercantile business in Mount Olive
ior .more man 40 years, retiring
about two years ago because of
faiUncr health. At. the um. tim,
resigned his post as secretary of
the local Methodist Sunuay School
in which capacity he had' served
for 30 years.
' . i i o i -
Young People Meet
inated by the Goldsboro Nursery;
uiu uuru prize, a living ennstmaa
bree. 'UonaLea nv Mra Hmn, uu
The PrealivtAHan vAiina tumnis
of Wilmington Presbytery will hold
the mid-winter rally at St An
drew's Presbyterian Church in Wil-
umigiun on uecemoer ZYtn. at 11
or lunston. She was thus a mem-1 The mornins; nroeram will .nt
her of one of North Carolina's out' around the presentations of the ob-
standing families. She was an act
ive member of the Daughters of
the American Revolution, the Unl
jectlves for the year, and an ad
director of Religous Education in
ted Daughters of the Confederal f, STi01' The afternoon session
ie Parent- t .w auu wm oe duiic
in Clinton rave
r time and means
of tSiose things-
" fci'fnrment of
1 t.!.e aid of oth
t a j -'l of sor-
' y. -
acy. the Garden Club. th Pant.
Teachers Association and other or
ganizations in Clinton. .In all of
these she took a leadins- nart ana
to them she gave unstintingly of
ner tune, aer energy and her re
sources. She was an active wom
an in all that worked for the bet
terment and the uplift of her ham
town, which she loved. --';'. ,
i : The community and rVin Rtata.
wiU miss Mrs. Grady for her life
was entwined about it' all. And
while the judee's head is bowed in
grief the. people of the State will
piace a sympathetic hand upon his
shoulders. And in the group that
sympathizes now will be found this
t - poir for it holds him in high
r - 1.
around the Installation of officers
ana ine reports of various commit
tees. -Each person attending is
asked to bring lunch. ...... j. ,
For The Holidays
,.' - 6 -v V
All schools in. the county are elfin.
tag Friday for the Christmas ho
lidays. A week will be taken fcy all
except Wallace. Chdnauanin. Mas-.
nolia and Warsaw, which will have
J i . . . 'f
" 0 .i ' -
The DUPLIN TIMES will molii
a nice Christmas Gift for your boy
or gin who are off at college or
away rrom home. - ,
Fined $25 For
Did you know It was unlawful
to pass, a, school bus while load
ing or unloading children? Well
It is. And so P. E. - Williams of
Chinquapin found out last week
when he went shooting by one
while children were getting off.
Williams was indicted convicted
and fined 925.00. "If s loU chea
per to stop a minute than to pay '
szo.uu. saia county superinten
dent Johnson this week, and, he
. added "we are going to put a
stop to this. People In Duplin
, County, If they have no respect
for the lives of our5 children,'
had better respect the law, for
we are going to put It to them."
The school committee of War
saw, of which J. C. Thompson is
chairman. Is offering- a committee
trophy this year to the high school
cuias in warsaw, tnat manes tne
highest ratine In acholanhlD. cha
racter and citizenship, attendance,
prompt attendance and reneraJ
The purpose of the troohv. it
was stated, is to stimulate more
interest in general school work a-
mong the groups of classes.
At the end of each1 month each
teacher grades his or her erode
and reports the results on each
major division, giving the total
number of points recorded.
The following rules ' erovern the
1. Grade making highest aver
age, 1000 points.
2. Grade making second highest
average, uoo points
3. Grade making third highest
average, 800 points
4. Grade making fourth highest
average, 700 points.
U. Character and Citizenship:
Includes cooDeratlon. courtesv.
self-control, reliability, and other
desirable character traits.
1. Highest average in conduct
grades, 1000. points.
2. Second highest average in con
duct grades, 900 points.
3. Third highest average in con
duct grades, 800 points.
4. Fourth highest average in
conduct grades, 700 points.
1. Highest percentage in average
daily attendance 500 points.
2. Second place in average daily
attendance, 400 points.
3. Third place in average daily
attendance, 300 points.
4. Fourth place in average dailv
attendance, 200 points.
1. Lowest percentage of tardies.
2. Next lowest percentage of tar
dies, 300 points.
3. Third lowest percentage
tardies, 200 points;
4. Fourth lowest percentage
tardies, 100 points.
IV. school activities:
1. Highest percentage of club
members, 700 points.
Second highest oercentace of
club members, 600 points.
3. Third highest percentage of
club members, 600 points,
v 4. , Fourth highest percentage of
ciuo members, 400 points.
Every school month after renort
cards are given out each teacher
will determine her-tr-ada standine-
on each of the four major divisions.
where more than one teacher is
concerned, 'i : the a-rada ' atandlne-
should be worked out by the tea
chers Involved. Grade standings in
the contest will be posted as soon1
as the reports are compiled
Horses And Mules
Arrive In Rose Hill
Murray and Jerome of Rose Hill
are announcing in this issue of the
TIMES the arrival of a car load
of horses and mules. These ani
mals are all voune and broke rpn.
dy for work. Prices on team are
expected to advance after Jan
uary 1st. Murray and Jerome in
vite you to see these teams be
fore purchasing. See their add
Robert West of Warsaw wa
operated on in a Wilmington hno.
pltal Wednesday night for appen-
aicius. ne is -reported to oe getting
along nicely. 1 -
New Roof On
Through PWA grants a new roof
is being Put on the Rmilavlllc
school. Completion of the work is
expected soon. New roofs will al
so be put on B. F. Grady and Chin
quapin school buildings.
A legume crop that may be uaerl
for Improving the land is the best
crop to plant on acres removed
from the cultivation of cash crons.
say extension officials at State College.
For Annual Democra
tic Rally and Supper
County Head; Bob
FortV-eight states n.r maaalno-
behind a nation-wide drive to
make the comine- Jarksnn riuv-
dinner, January 8, 1930, the great
est demonstration in the hlstnrv of
the Democratic Party, according
to word received from rhainnan
James A. Farley of the Democra
tic National rSnmmittoe hv Run.
ert C. Wells, chairman of the Si 4
iMsirict, young Democratic Clubs.
Mr. Farley and Frank Wickhem,
National President nf the Vnnno-
Democratic Olubs of America sent
word to Mr. Wells, that there is
evecy indication that there will be
in the neighborhood nf a nnn din
ners that night. Having, by their
presence there made a contribu
tion toward the cost of the mafi
campaign, the dinners will later
gather around radios and listen to
President Rooseplt hmarinapttno-
from the Nnmher 1 riinne. in
Washington, fire the opening gun
of the campaign.
Onslow County Younir
crats are Invited tn -loin with tho
Duplin group in celebration of the
event ai a supper m Kenansvi e.
Unless Pender County can get
organized and have a dinner of
their own, Mr. Wells stated, they
1 also will be asked to meet with the
j Duplin group.
It was announced here todaV
In ' that officers for the Duplin Coun
ty x oung Democrat Club and pre
cinct chairmen have been designa
ted by the State organization with
approval of the National headquar-
mey are: j. t. Tommy '
Gresham, Warsaw, chairman; Ro
bert Grady, Kenansvllle, Secre
tary; Miss Nancy Jussley, Kenans
Wile, treasurer. Precinct chairmen:
W. Frank Blackmore, Warsaw;
Ben Bvrd. Mae-nnlia- Jnei n,wi.n
Rose Hill; Moaeley Carr Bowden'
Faison: Ben Sell P. TH Co J vn an TP si j.
win Dale, Wolf scrape; Frank' Wa-
icib, uuasun; Aivin "Ked" Kor
negay, Albertson; Paul Williams
and Jerry Williams Smiths- a
chie Lanier and John Hargett, Beu
laville; Will Miller, Hallsville; E.
J. Whaley, Chinquapin; Mrs. Mary
(Continued on back page)
'Prettiest Little T own In"
North Carolina, That's Whsit
Kenansville Is This Christmas
Mrs. Redfearn Ap
pears On Farm
Rural women by tuning in on
the Carolina Farm Features pro
gram Thursday will be given a
chance to hear one of the State's
foremost home agents, Mrs. Rosa
lind Redfearn, tell of home dem
onstration activities in Anson
Mrs. Redfearn has made an en
viable record as home agent in her
county, and was recently given a
national award in Washington in
recognition of her work among her
The full schedule for the week
of December 16-21 includes: Mon
day, Fred M. Haig, "How to Select
a Dairy Cow;" Tuesday, George B.
Lay, "ttoaent tjontroi ; Wednes
day, Dr. M. Taylor Matthews, "Co
operative Rural Communities";
Thursday, Mrs. Rosalind Redfearn,
"Home Demonstration Club Work
in Anson County"; Friday," C. J.
Maupln, "Preparing for the Next
Breednig Season"; and Saturday,
R. W. Graeber, "Improved Fores
A survev of the radio stations
carrying the Carolina Farm fea
tures program was made recently
by a representative of the Kxten-
sion Service along with Mr. Alan
end of the third' month that rha.
racter and citizenship are leading
the other groups. The 9th grade is
in the lead with 8200 points while
the 8th with SWMVI thn 11th with
2800 and the 10th with 2500 follow
For hearts, if true and lowely, respectively. ' ,
The manger cradles are, v ; The class winning the cup will
Where comes the Christ guest holy keep it until some other class takes
. With love, the guiding Star. It by outpointing. Winners are de-
, . Anon, termined on a yearly basis.
i.. . , . , ... Lfauey, extension radio specialist
It is Interesting to note at the from Ttmted stfttM V-
Junior Woman's Club
Street Lights And De
Bright And Cheery
People of Kenansville can boast
the "prettiest little town" In Nor
th Carolina this yuletide season.
We say this without fear of con
Through the insDiration of Ken-
ansville's Junior Woman's Club the
business and professional men in
Kenansville with their finances,
have made possible the dream of
the Club becoming a reality. In
front of the court house, facing
I East, a beautiful Christmas Tree
stands at the foot of the square
sparkling in colored Christmas
lights, while going out from the
tree down Kenansville's main bu
siness street, a string of colored
lights are hung on each side of the
street approximately twelve feet
from the ground. At the intersec
tion of the street and Highway 11
the two strings are brought toge
ther making a complete circle nf
lights with the tree producing the
connecting effect next to the Court
House. In addition the passerby
sees Christmas lights burning in
tne windows of uie first floor of
ment of Agriculture K Adluntment ' the
Administration; The Federal men1 Throughout the whniA inn. k,m.
expressed themselves as being es are seen lit up with Christmas
highly pleased with the presenta
tion oi ana tne response irom tnese
local farm programs. , '
i" '' 1 ' . ; : -A
flock of 154 leghorn hens re
turned '$1,89 profit . each above
feed coat to C. A. Slmoson nf
J Unison County this past year.
lights and decorations. -
Saturday night will contest for
the best decorated front In the re
sidential section, and prizes will be
awarded the winners. ,
Kenansville Is worth a drive from.
any part of the county at night tn
see the decorations.
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