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STILUS, Worth Carolina OCTOBER, 14th. 1837
x -Tfokf Jin,
nt occurred K
a a slcte tru
Civile t I"
te: - i i .
fag tia t..jr i
tiy i '.rill
isto a 8imi C
- over and, cat J
wording n Ca I&tiiuutor as
Crsy'i fcj wa cant ia t
iiEtrfbrisr and crnshcd. Ea" v
1 oarrki to the "ice f Ur. f
V, CocdiEj, k Zenansville, v
he was given first-aid Teci
and rnshed to the hospital in 1
- - iton. , . - -. -Loss
of blood before read '
a doctor is retried to be 1
Clause of the negro's death.;
Ber.' P. L. Goodman, pastor of
V- til m
( ikenassTiue jrresDytenan
Iioroh, preached a rather direct
rmon to his listeners . Sunday
iormng, TOMiusning tnem to,
t all times, put first things first
-ev. Goodman, as he said, was
reaching that type of sermon
tirticularly because officers of
Tit Sunday school were being in
"acted into office that morn-
Following the sermon Mr,
,oodman asked that all officers
nd teachers of the Sunday School
'and before him, and passing the
Dible between them he charged
them to keep the faith with the
little ones and teach them the way
to muraiion. uooen V. wells ' is
the new superintendent.
Bev. X. A. Cadle. the new Ban
tist minister, will hold services in
u.enansville Sunday morning and
night This will be Bev. Cadle's
second appearance here since com
ing to this charge. -
Dr. E. T. r ice of the Kvi:,
of Oral Ejp Cate Poard '
- Health, who cJ. 1 ea la z '
program in the wLIte scLooLi
, ICuplin County Ifjt -j-"t has t
tura' H coirp!ote anow-.-year'
f ' rhich wO l-;t sixteen
: -.e schoo'i in which no
dv.' . vt. last year
wH Is tie L 1 1". r 'ne will
woik, and tLs;e t" ill! J pro-
' iram l"t year - J Live 11 pro-
i o ul.n u ) years' prcram.
ii joinfy by
Carr relative to
County as sani
tL? ( "
' feiff t. "
lU At .
wi:;h r. X. L.
eonurs to Tssp-a
tary inrrectar t f 111 tie place for
merly hell ty irLt itokes. It
is not certain as to- the outcome
of tLe CGiference. ." , -
i tt.HL. Carr, Health Officer,
'WLo a'snded tie meeting of the
'.aiencea Tstlio Health Assoc ia
tlca it ir.T York City has return-
ea. i. a r s a lino trip. He
Lsard a i
ilTTo t i i including the
cor' (f t ' Vs a-i other ?e
erel ( mt, L.M .'.Lcria, pneumon
ia s 1 the examination of food
hangers. . . s
CORRECTION: Last week this
column carried a notice that Hu
bert Everett Phillips, ' Tonal at
torney ,was sworn in before the
oar nere on Konday of last week,
i We were in error and are glad to
' maice. uie correction.
'.f. or.' rnuiins was rvom . in
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DUPLIN FARMERS NEED TO
ORGANIZE FOR BEST INTERESTS
BSY. JOSH.T. IXIZCIXBilD
D7JVE FO?. 3V r.2T.3SRS: PLANSrwS ? aS"
RALLY IN rffiV BERN OCT; 29TH ' 1 : -JL " cti
- The Duplin Young Democratic
sf!1iivi vnat list Vnaitaw1iW 'ISiMav
1' .lonJa'ght and made plans for attend-
i district rally to be - held
tin ITew Bern, October S3 and in-
U tarlotte, augurated a membership drive in
j ia wiucicnix : me county,
President Brennon Holt presided
and named the following commit
tee on new members: Warsaw, T.
I. Gresham, and Bob. West :Xen-
ansvule, Vance Gavin and W. D.
Reynolds ; Magnolia, Honnan Pick
ett and Ben Byrd; Faison, Kiss
GlcnJa LJ-Ertoaj Calypso,' Tames
G, Pickson and Jesse Gnce :Bose-
hOL Murphy Carr and Buth Kur-
rav: Wallace. V. I. Caudrfl. Ifra.
r of papers read on J, D. Robinson and Mrs. Mary Su-
wi ivunmmi joeiusvwe, 1 uraay
mercer ana sommie uauison ; Al-
bertson, Alvin Kornegay and Eren
non Holt; ' Wolf scrape, Walter
Hinson and Preston Wells; Glis
son, Harold Eornegay and Frank
waters; upper island Creek, Wm.
B. Teachey; Bock- Fish. G. ' H.
Blanton and McCoy Herring j Cyp
ress Creek, Luther Lanier and
Jack Lanier t Eallsville, Miss E-
va Rhodes and Ralph Miller. ' - ;
Lcllcrs Air r.!ail
The V."J!ac fait' office mailed
a totd of C-3 litters Tuesday" On
pt airflane '-3 to pick up
air rsl ia T . . C -"- first
air r ail wec. Liso t irg mailed
from Vs'ce were 3 letters from
Eei :.zyZ'j, 11 from CLinnapin,
J 3 t::ra Willard and 17 from Tea
' '7, making a total of 875 let
' ;arl?g tlje Wallace postmark, i
;fn3m$fi. : ;'.LjCS9. people '
t tie Uallace airpor to see j
s Lit off with the mail.
' A- membership fee off 50c per
year was agreed Upon aid tickets
are being sent out to thf various
members of the'oommitie."The
driveV is to he culminated-October
29 when each member is ureed to
attend the .rally in Newbern.
it was aereed that honorarv
memtiersnips will be accepted from
older Democrats who wish to con
tribute to the cause,. Mr. B, V.
Wells, clerk of court, was the first
of the older group to bepome an
Honorary member. ' i-n
The rallv in Newbern will be
gin at 5 o'clock. Hon. 7 .Graham
stuuen wiu do .present Aran x.
Allen, president . of., the ' State
Young. Democratic , ' Clubs ,-. will'
wtuce me principal aaaress. . .,
The district is composel of Du
plin and the ' following counties; J
Sampson, Fender, Wayne,? Onslow,
Craven,' Carteret, ; Pamlico -, and
Jones; ' .', ,
The following: .were, ntoned as
entertainment committee from this
county at the rally : Tommy Gresh
am; Bob Wells; Bob West, Harold
j&ornegay, jBommie Hallison, Jerry
Smith, and Ben Grady, vf
Duplin " Countv
Iwere prooaoiy aisappointed Satur
day when the powerful Wallace
. coached team failed to score on
Vewa haa been received of the
death of Bev. John T. Fitzgerald,
late 01 roughkeepsie, H. Y. Bev.
Mr." Fitzgerald departed this life
aonday following several days ill'
ness. ite was lataily stricken on
Wednesday morning of, last week
about three o'clock. Funeral serv
ices were held Thursday in Pough
keepsie, W. Y.
The deceased was born in West
Virginia 53 years ago and receiv
ed his early education in that
state. He was educated at the. Un
iversity of Biohmond and a Bap
After "the excitement of Superi
or Court last week, county court
convened Monday to carry en rou
tine business without attracting a
neat deal of attention. It will
continue Monday with cases not
tried this week.
Cases tried this week were:
Bernice Frederick, reckless driv
V. S. Bradham, Jr., assault with
a deadly weapon, inflicting seri
ous injury, case continued.
L. Fenner, negro, operation au
to while intoxicated. Plead guil
ty, six months in jail, sentence sus
pended so long as he satisfactorily
performs duty of courthouse jan
itor. John Young Smith, negro, larc
eny and receiving. Plead guilty.
18 months on roads.
A. W. Ivey, drinving drunk and
reckless driving, continued.
Thelma Lanier, assault on fe
Tfenwir Hall, ilrfvvito' dmnV ran.
tinned. Also larceny and receiving,! interest to
continued. Clarence Manhbnrn. S"J.
Leaders of the Farm Bureau
organization move now in progress
in Duplin county are doing their
best to make their program '"ef
fective, btu they say that it is up
to the farmers of Duplin to show
what they are going to do about '
joining the Farm Bureau and set- ;
ting up an organization for the
control of surplus products, thru
which they can discuss and brinsr :
about action on the farm program.
ihinking farmers have known
for a long time that an organiza
tion was needed here, and the -Farm
Bureau has met the require
ments of 18,000 farmers over oth
er parts of North Carolina, and a
million and a half throughout the
Meetings of Duplin farmers have
already been held at Maysville
School, Outlaw's Bridee School B.
F. Grady. Beillaville. nbinnnnmn
Wallace, XosehilL and Kenans-
ville. Next week meetiners are call-
ed for other sections. Those sche
duled are: Tuesday, RosehOl;
Wednesday. Warsaw: and Thnr. '
day, Faison. The Warsaw and Fai
son meetings will be of. especial
potato and cotton
tist Seminary in Kentucky fori transporting whiskey, driving dr-
a Baptist Minister. He later joined
Neyland's Tennessee eleven. How-j the Unniversalist Church and be-
ever they hae mu,ch comfort in
the. knowMge Hhat - Tennessee's
lone -teore failed to be counted.
That most hare been some ball
' Much more elated ever Satur
day's football results, are the Car
olina fans. Coach Wolfe's -underdogs
marched on New York TPs
highly- rated eleven and trounced
them under a good score of 19 to
. And Carolina fans, who are still
boosting for Carl Snavely. former
varoiina coach, were cheering ov-
came a minister of that profession.
Kev. Mr. Fitzgerald held the
pastorates at Outlaw's Bridge, this
Nettie Williams, negro, posses
sion. of-aoft-t&x-paid whiskey for
purpose of sale. Plead guilty. -12
months in jail, sentence suspended
So far 150 members have signed ''
up in Duplin county, making a
good start on the goal of 1,000, as '
this is the first drive since the lo- '"
cal Bureau was organised. ;
The Farm Bureau is not onlvX
for the farmers but by the farm- . .
- a . m . - . n . v , t n T M x
vuuniy, ana unnsnan juu, wayneiur a years, -cruder lor juqgmeuii - j - ju-
County, Universalist Churches for ! continued for 2 years on payment I e"; Farmers themselves must get
12 years. During that time he of costs and not be found in Dup-
. (Continued on Back Page) lin County after December 1
PLANS FOR WALLACE-DUPLIN
FAIR NEARING COMPLETION
Plans for the Duplin-Wallace chants.
fair, to ran in Wallace from Tues
day, October 26 through the 30th,
er the viotory of Cornell over Pr-fare nearing completion, according
moeron ttj au to 7 soore. to Howe B.
Baseball takes a back seat now
until 1938, the New York Yankees
having thoroughly licked the New
York wants out of 5 games to
retain the world's championship,
.''-.- .. assssMMBMMW-o -v.-;
The Times office- has been re
ceiving The Saturday Evening
news, a weeuy taoioio, irom, Tam
pa, Florida. The paver oomes
FALL LIEETING OF WOIANS SS'SStStiffilS-
riiDEiCATION HELD ON FRIDAY'
Enroll CCC; Boys
Forty-six white boys and two
negroes have been enrolled in CCC
camps from Duplin County, accord
ing to Mrs. Harvey Boney of the
Enplin Welfare Department. They
fVA A Ufa ah i w fflW an A Uil.
t came to ' us Monday 'niir jtaa, and will be carried from
i:z"A was ' seen Monday thei3 to fte camps to which they
Jrg. It was very lijht are c ' .ti
Tossilly more has . been I , T.r. . ,mj said that these boys
I .JICWBBIUUJ UVU1
f families, but were chosen
since Monday morning.
La first fwt f7ared to have
c.-a very t r-e.
er calling this to the attention of
Albert Ontkw at fha Danrthtm
' Jhe gave us the following informal
''. Ition: KenansvOle, Florida, ia onl
The Duplin County Federation itne G0Mt Bauway and was
held ii regular fall meeting in jof the late Henry M. Flagler. Her
Kenansville Fridav: The taWiiden name was Mary Lily Kn-
was pronounced the most sucoess-i n 'wa .daughter - of
ful yet to be held.' ;, . . 'Captain William B. Kenan who
Wm' r T f Hill 'moved fmm TJnnlln in MMminirnn
U" ., lUICI-1 : -7 -x-
j is - ZZ3
1 r , ;.:.. 1 to
I -j-mzz cf tLe
kdl. 'Iirl be for employment
rt of the boys enrolled have
been assfned to camps at Wash-
t, of f:ric?i r jn, llanteo, and Southport
v " a accffran-i l y .are ar ' 'ned to ' certain
r'.h C-ro'J-i cajr.ps in an t" it to give the boys
ta sr?r.i; contact with c, . :.itsX para of the
state mni S'
TLis enrvILxent, '""'Sing to
Ilrs. Eoncy, was one ' .e largest
ever to be sent fr here. "Thel
next enrollment v. 1 1 rrohably be
about the first of January. Appli
cants should put ia their applica-tl-rs
Ictxcra the E,;'"e of De
f" - r - ? tie tlxe of enrollment.
I . y said that on one
t vtx r?r c ..tce was
It "1 r" ' " 'if
t tie Ik's
ti-L - t.
ident, opened, .the meeting Friday
afternoon.; After1 the call to order
and singing of "America" an ex
cellent interpretation of the club
ooUect was giveri, with Mrs. Hen
ry Middleton - as the spirit of the
collect, Mrs. Hugh Wells as Ann, a
non-club member and Mrs. L. A.
Pope1 as Jane, . the enthnsisatic
club woman. . : 'v
The Mineral Springs clnb won
the cup Jfor best attendance at
roll; call and also won the pres
sure cooker offered for the best
report although all the reports
on the year's work .were interest-
Miss Martin then awarded priz
es for the kitchen tour. The pris
es were, given by 1 commercial
companies . with an ; int;r-e-t
in t!ie work. Winnere' were:
I'.-s. LLnry Xeton,
t C -a
soon, after ' the Civil War; .The
Flagler-Kenan wedding 'was in
the old Kenait home (liberty
Hall) at Kenansville and if was,
perhaps, the most elaborate affair
of -the kind ever held in Duplin
iienry jl iriagier was a very
wearcny man irom tne north and
was the founder of the Florida
East Coast Railway. After his
death the widow, Mary Lilv Ken
an Flagler, married Judge Robert
worta iMgnam, of Louisville,
L.entucky; who is now 1 United
Ctates Ambassador to the Court of
- Joseph H. reisrht of finrincr.
lake, H. J.; and his wife are mak-
vii their annual visit in Duplin
oiixy, guests 01 at. and Mrs. W.
J. Piclett in Eenansville, and Mr.
" "' '"cw TLlctt near here, r Mr.
t oxrs pror'rty in ; Duplin
r 'J fit'? c'l Albert Willi
1 ; ' Jill" '."".a 1s own-
r.r v tr !
Dunn, secretary of the
i Department heads are prepar
ing exhibits for their departments,
and County Agent Reynolds and
Secretary Dunn are lining up the
many school groups. All - sections
of Duplin are expected to have ex
hibits in an attempt to take one
of the prices. Farm exhibits are
being prepared with the assist
ance of J&iss Jamye jiartin, airs.
I. B. Southerland, of Wallace, has
charge of the sewing-room exhib
I; M. Fields, vocational agricul
ture teacher of ' Wallace - High
school is chairman of the Pender
and Duplin . vocational - group,
which will put on 11' exhibits.
The Wallace grammar school will
also compete.' 1 r v
Wallace Ataieuo Associanon un
der Athletic Director LittrelL will
have full charge of refreshment
booth is in the exhibit building.
A publio wedding will be staged
Thursday night with the couple
receiving gifts from Wallace mer-
ngnt into the work and run it.
House to house canvassing is ne
cessary to explain the work and
sign, up new members and the
farmers are urged to work in or
der to help themselves.
The District Farm Bureau,
which will be affiliated with the
I State Bureau, is expected to add a
Probably the feature event of I strong link to the already strong
the fair will be the crowning of cnam w miiuence that the farm-
the queen, who is to be chosen by
popular vote, Friday night Tick
ets will be issued by the merch
ants of WaUace.' ,
Five free acts to be staged on
the midway include Ella Carver,
queen of divers and her 110 foot
dive into a 'tank of burning oil
on the surface of the water, Flor
ence Meeker and her "Loop of
death" on the trapeze, and Yv
onne and Vernon, and their novel
ty acts, including tight-wire walking.
Concession booths will be under
the supervision of Secretary Dunn,
and Jack C. Roberts, manager of
the exposition and its many mid
way shows. .
The first county exhibition of
fox dogs in this county will end
the novelty features. Fox hunters
are especially pleased with this
show. : !
The managegment of the fair
expresses regret that the dates
conflict with those of the Clinton
fair, bnt offer assurance that such
will not be the case next year.
The State Welfare
will convene early Tuesday morn
ing at Chapel Hill, with all Wel
fare Superintendents required to
attend, Case workers and county
welfare workers - all ; over the
state are invited to attend the
meeting, which is expected to be
of great interest. Speakers - for
the meeting have been ' chosen
from the outstanding social work
ers of the nation.. '.,
' Mrs. Harvey Boney, " Superin
tendent of Publio Welfare for Du
plin, has been requested to make
a short talk Friday afternoon a
l "g with other Superintendents
Girl Gets Home
Mrs. Harvey Boney i. succeeded
Friday in placing a girl who was
to be sent td Samarkand in a mn
Conference, good home near Kenansville where
" 'rut's P-s-
she will be under' excellent super
ers of the country are wielding
through the bureau.
. Some of the accomplishments
of the North Carolina Farm Bu
reau, of which this one will be a
member, have been listed as:
1. Secured 18,000 members in
2. Planned a course of action
in case tobacco was not selling ;
satisfactorily in 1936.
3. Secured passage of Tobacco
Compact Law by 1937 General
BF.G. Faculty V
To Give Play '
The faculty of B. F. Chndy
High School wQl present a hilari
ous comedy next Friday, entitled
M Jnvmw Tmim Avmibamm It !. 1.'
vuj Aauviusv au wucii navy, n
is erected to be one of the most!016 IInited tatns r flnd "
s"-t "J tj le presented by the''Pccicd to go all t. 3 viey ia t
s-'.ltol f .ou"y, which has !ven s servanre of the day 8, t p-' '2 ia i
I'-yevry y:..r. . ' l T
4. Improved laws
sale of scrap tobacco.
5. Secured $2,000,000 of Stai ' .
funds for secondary roads, especi- vi-- 'f
ally those over which school bus- , ; ')
ea. travel. ' " ; 1
(Continued on Back Page
Navy Day to Be .
"Cap'n Jimmy'? Jerritt mayor
of Kenansville, is in receipt of a
letter from the Navy Recruiting
Station in Wilmington asking him 4
to issue a proclamation proclaim-n;
ing October 27th, as Navy Day,'
and to aid in the observance of the
day., The town of Kenansville has ';
accordingly agreed to do so.- - , -;
Navy Day was inaugurated by i
the Navy League of the - United ,
States, and is sponsored annually
by that League. It is the day set '
aside by the president as "the na
vy's day at home to the public."
" Not only is Navy Day celebrat
ed in honor of theUnited States
Navy and for the purpose of help
ing the' publio get : acquainted
with it, but it also marks the an
niversary of the birth of th late
President Theodore Roosevelt, who
was a staunch supporter . of the