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Csford, congressman trom the 5th
t""rr-!.-r"4 district ',who has.an
r.icti lis ctndidacy for the
t ta in crji-Ilion ta Senator
r..l:rt Eijzclds. Congressman
Lz;iik's tsnenncement has set
on a vowocr uarrei oi auuuHiuuicare to varocinaTe. everyone r u.
in what seems to Ktte; prelude j
mj jivd iuuiiiu tn-
?l2xi Red Cross
rr. S. If. Cjt v3 again serve
cs chairman tf f s r -T-lin County
1.1 Cro: it i'j s zzJL roll call,
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Candid Camer Shots Behind the
The pictures above tell a small
part of the story of bringing you
the Duplin Times each week, with
its remarkable coverage ''of county
rows and' its many , Interesting
- s. ' 1
lop left: A night photo of the
madiae which sets type at the
speed of seven hand typesetters, or
compositors, of olden days." - - : '
s Jop right: The yom lady in
charge of the mailing list, - Miss
Cue Neil Kennedy, who sect that i
sus tv a tu tjr
i The P. T. A. of Magnolia High
School will sponsor a Hallowe'en
Party to be given in .the school
auditorium; Friday night, October
29, 1937, A very entertaining pro
gram, has been arranged and Bin
go, apple bobbing, fortune telling,
etc. mav be enioved bv those who
invited to come dressed in costume
ig caver uiw uib Biuiii-'Ui au-
kwe'en. The. ' proceeds ;will be
used for the construction of the
Attend Meeting ;
VLrs. Harvey Boney, of the Dup
lin Welfare Department, and Mrs.
John D. Robinson, were the only
jrapiin counxy represeniaiivei ai
the meeting of tiie Democratic
Woman's Committee in " Baleigh
.'Thursday. , '
' Mrs. Boney reported 8,vvery in
terestThg and beneficial 'meeting,
and expressed the hope , that the
women of Duplin would gain more
interest in their work by the time
of the next meeting. ; f'
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SERVICES SUNDAY AT -" w. J
; There will be services t Grove
Presbyterian Church Sunday mor
ning at 11:15. Bev. F. L. Good-
man pastor oi me JM
preach on the subject: hrowing
1 AM . fll
ia Faith." There will be special
music by the choir. You are most
cordially invited to attend.
War Dog 1Jobi4 ' ,'
In th animal cs-nt. f at Tarta-
isla, N. Y., t' -to Is a r r" -t la
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I JATSraXS, Eorth OaroUiuc - OCTOEZa 2:12, 1S37
your paper is addressed and mail
ed to you each week.- T;
Bottom: One of those incidents
which make interesting news. This'
car is the one whose antics incit
ed the headline AUTO-WBECKS
EAUEOAD, It ran off the road,
hit a railroad track,: broke' -one
rail and hent it up, removed sev-f
- (. m XI.. Ji 1 I
eral cros sties from the xoadbedJ
flipped over on its top and slid,W)ngt?, recitations, drills and a Ha-
after which its driver got out by
his own power.
The following article appeared
ii the Biblical Recorder of -Octo
ber 20, 1937 r
'"We introduce to the Baptists
of North Carolina the new pastor
of Warsaw, Johnsons, and Kenans
viHe Baptist Churches, Bev. B A.
Cadle, for the past four years pa
stor of the Main. Street Baptist
m,n.i. . fn.--.. -v. v.
o,, ' giaoe gep
tember 1, and has already made a
place for himself in the hearts of
our people. Weyfind him to be a
young preacher of rare" 'ability,
sound in doctrine, vitally interest
ed in and diligent in hit support
of the entire program of our de
nomination. He. is a graduate of
Bluefield College, West Virginia,
and of the Southern Baptist Semi
nary, Xouisville, Ky. Mrs. Cadle
attended the W. M. U. Training
School there. Both of these tome
to us highly reoommended by the
Board of Deacons, the W. M. U.,
and B. T. P. U, departments of the
Christiansburg Church, ' and : we
feel fortunate in having -them ac
cept a field of service in our State
and the Eastern Association.",'
The property known as the Al
bert Williams place will be sold
at publio auction next Wedhes-
day November 3rd, beginning at
, , .
The property, including the old
home, another home and several
smaj tracts t-cther -with 40
hihly desirrMe lots will go with
the a- '' l 1 -mzr.
TI ' s are 1 on tiie east
s'13 ". . -. '!, fronting- on
' wf I" 'yrt.
Arch T. Allen, of Baleigh, young
up and coming attorney ' in our
state, who will deliver the princi
pal address at the Third District
Young Democratic Bally in Jack-
sonville Friday.. Allen was elected
president of the. State organizat
ion by a landslide vote in Win
ston-Salem last month. Ee is
fluent speaker, a shrewd politici
an and one of the most likable
fellows yon ever met
There will be a Halloween par
ty at the KenansviHe School Sat
urday night, which is expected to
oner a great aeai 01 ran ana oiean
entertainment to the people of Du-
The program will begin at 7:45
in the achool auditorium.' where
lloween play will be given. After
the program the Class Queen will
be crowned, followed by the cake
waJk.:M4: . ..
. The crowd will then go to the
gymnasium, where they may play
Bingo, take part in dancing the
Big Apple, enjoy fortune telling,
etc (Befreshmenta will be avail
and .take part in the fun.
10 Pet Increase
An order from H. A. Wallace,
Secretary of Agriculture has been
received by the county agent to
the effect that the existing rates of
payments, deductions, and allow
ances under the 1937 Soil Conser
vation Program has been increas
ed IQ percent. J 1 ' , t
- This announcement will be of
much interest to farmers cooper
ating with this program. The pay
ment of 5o per base lb. on cotton
and tobacco diverted which .was
promised is increased by this rul
ing to 5 l-2c per lb. All other pay
ments are increased accordingly.
of BeuIavOle, heads the 3. . P.
Sandlin Company of Baleigh, 'sell
ing agents for the property. ;
A free "Jack and Jill Pot," with
a pot of money for the men and a
pot for the ladies will be given a
way free. See the prices at Ken
ansviHe Drug Store. ' ,
The property to be sold belongs
to Andrew Pickett of his county
and J. H. Height of New Jersey.
They have decided to let it go to
the highest bidder. This is a won-
deriul opportunity to purchase a
desirable residential lot tor those
who would like to build. , .
' - Oldest Jewish Cemetery '
'- The oldest United States Jewish
eemeterv was established In New
York In 1028 through permission of
I ct. r Sluyvestant It Is maintained
i y f fpafl'sh and Portuguese iyo
t . . . -re
L 'mi. i L iwmJl
RED CROSS J
' A comprehensive picture) of ac
tivity created by members fif the
world's largest organiwttWn of
youth,, the Junior Eed CroW, was
given yesterday by J. E." teitt,
Cross Chanter, who nointed out
chairman of the Duplin CeV Eed
that the organization functions in
52 countries. ,
"The erowth of the Junior Bed
Cross, not only in the United Stat
es but in many foreign cofhtriel
as well, has been phenomeneJ,"
Mr. Jerritt remarked. "We in the
adult Bed Cross attribute this
great erowth to the fact tfi&t the
Juniors have been organized for
service, and that there hare' been
so many things found by them to
The locai cnairman pointed out
that members of the Junior1 Bed
Cross had been responsible dur
ing the past spring, for the inaug-
I oration of a recreation and nlav-
' ground service among the ehildren
of fiooa lefugees in Bed - Cross
camps and temporary shelters a
long the Ohio and Mississippi Val
leys, thus creating new standards
for disaster relief work. Members
of the Junior Bed Cross in 111 sec-,
turns of the country contributed?
toys, books and money fdr this
Trom the national children's
fund maintained by the ju&ior so
ciety," Mr, Jerritt said, "appropri
ations were made during the year
to buy playground equipment and
books for children in communities
unable to support, such projects
and those hard hit by disasters;
lunohes were provided fof school
children in disaster districts; li
brary and schoolbooks for schools
destroyed by catastrophes of vari
ous kinds, as well as for Schools
in mountain or rural area . with
out funds for such -' expenditures,
were purchased from the fund.".'
Be also told of Junior BM Cross
groups engaged in work for the
blind, including- the orintinfe and
binding of books in braille, all
fund, The organization also provid
,ed many thousands of mend coven
to be supplied mess rooms M ships
of the United States naval fleet at
Christmas time, and for Veterans
"In 36,500 elementary ani high
schools in the United States Junior
Bed Cross members are actively
engaged in a campaign for inter
national understanding f through
the study of problems amonf chil
dren abroad as. well as carrying
on a large correspondence with
children in other lands," he ex
plained ' "A much greater Inder
standing of other nations hat been
achieved through the exchange of
photograph albums, letters, :, and
samples - of : handiwork, thereby
stimulatixlg an international inter
est that would be hard tt incul
cate in any other way.w p.y'v,.
The Bed Cross ehftirman inii.
that at the present time the Amer
ican membership of the i Junior
Bed Cross had reached the im
pressive total of 8,577,19ft boys
and girls, an increase of 226,00 ov
er the membership figures tor last
xius woxa, ne t eonciuaea. .is
sponsored by the America Bed
laou, and funds for tuch work
come from the annual Boil Call
held each vear from WovmW ii
through Thanksgiving Day.- '
.nearly ail ox the white schools
in Duplin County enrolled tn the
JunioryBed Cross last yea4 : and
many f the colored schools, thru
the efforts of Mrs. Norwtd Boi
ey,chairman Jr. Red Cross. She
isvery eaxious to ret 'all f the!
sAool e- -i'Jed during this year'slroftl t
enve, v i is i"w on. Trj cocp-tas
eVnt: , i l.ers thr-'rhout,verv
Warsaw is laying plans for the ;
( biggest Armistice - celebration in
its history, according to reports
from the committee on arrange?
ments there. The celebration, as n- '
sua! will be held on Thursday Nov- '
ember 11, national Armistice day.
Fun will be in store for everyone,
the entire week, however as Bans j
United States Shows will be there.
The day starts off with a parade
in the morning at 10 o'clock be
irinnine at the enaded school and -
ending at the high school Every
school in the county is urged to
join in the parade. At 11 o'clock . .
Flag Raising program by Boy Sc-.
outs from all over the county will -
be held. At 11 :45 the speaking
will take place iiv the high school
, In the afternoon a football game
will be the feature and at night
the grande finale, a dance in the
high school gym with music by
Paul Jones and his orchestra, "the
swing band of the land".
Watch next week's TIMES for a
full account of what will take
place, announcement of the speak
er and the football teams that will
clash in the afternoon.
Duplin Man '
With A C L.
Friends in Duplin will be glad
to learn that Mr. James L. Wells
of this county, brother of Mr. B.
V, Wells, Clerk of Court here,
has been transferred from Miami,
Fla. to Wilmington to be gener
al freight agent for the Atlantic
Coast Line, with headquarters in
Wilmington. The change became
effective October 9th. He will move
his family about Christmas.
. Mr. Wells first went with .the
Coast Line in 1910, working in
auditor's office, auditing - freight
receipts. In -1917 he volunteered
in the War and went to Fort Ogle
thorpe; Being, small in stature he
was soon returned home. Later he
joined the naval reserve and work
ed in a Charleston, S, C, account
ing department,, traveling for the
government setting naval supplies
after the close of the War.
Leaving the services of the U.
S. Government he again resumed
work for the Coast Line as assist
ant commercial agent in . Miami, '
Fla., in 1922. The following year
he was transferred to Bichnvemi7
in the same canacitv where he
worked for a year. He was trans-'
f erred from Richmond to Sanford, ' ,
Fla., as commercial agent, stay
ing in Sanford for 6 years, when
he was again transferred to Miami .
as commercial agent At Miami his
work covered the entire State
Florida and , Cuba.' About three '
years ago he Vas promoted to as-.
sistant general freight agent. ' ,
In brief, this tells the story p.
his rapid rise with ; the Atlantic
Coast Line. ! - v , . f
Mr. Wells was married to Miss : .
Louise . Anderson of Warsaw.
They, have two children.
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' Boland s Potter, i of OullaVs
Bridge section,' .was hurt at I
ring's Store when a jack und
car he was repairing slipped, 1
ting the car fall on hik face. 1
is in a hospital in Kinston w'
his condition is considered , '
'i Pottef 'was reported t'X
beer caught by a part of
the weight of which f
cheek bones and aero:
tearing his nose If"--skull
i, Mihovh he g
car wa s t r