KENANSVJLLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THE DUPUN TIMES
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1945.
N. G. grow 68 percent of all floe
cured and M percent of all
tobacco la U. S. Mast keep 4
breast of new developments. ,.:
State Must Work
""Although North " Carolina " is
now on top of 1 the world In the
production and sale of tobacco,
we must not allow ourselves to be
lulled Into sleepy contentment by
this great success with which we
tire now blessed," said Agriculture
Commissioner Kerr Scott recently
as . he pointed out . the need for
continuing tobacco research on a
greater scale than ever before,
and urged the re-establishment
and expansion of this State's ex
"You can't beat ihe quality of
tobacco grown right here in this
State, and our farmers are at the
top in production, curing, and
marketing skills," said Scott In
declaring that "our folks deserve
the best advice money can buy in
our efforts to keep North Caro-1
lina In its position as the Number '
One tobacco State of the nation."
worth Carolina must, through
research, keep abreast of manu
facturers' requirements. By so do
ing, we can help to maintain a
strong demand for North Carolina
tobacco and thus assure our farm
ers of a fair return for their pro
duct," said Scott
He explained that greater pro
duction of burley tobacco should
be encouraged, pointing out that
the crop this season is twice as
large as any burley crop produced
in the State prior to 1943.
"We must not forget that Tur
kish tobacco is now on the way in
?Mh PaMlIni anil t-h rvsocihili-
ties for this crop In the moun
talns are unlimited." '.
' .''When tobacco is mentioned
throughout the world, people
should be made to think of North
Carolina Tobacco," said Scott, ad
ding that this might be done
through an annual tobacco 'festi
val, a Tobacco Bowl " game, and
the advertising' of tobacco pro
duced in this State throughout
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Margaret Louvenia Williams,
18 year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Williams of the
Woodland Church Community,
died of pneumonia Friday, Nov.
16th at her home.
Funeral services were held from
the home Saturday afternoon by
the Rev. Mr. Cot ten, pastor of the
Woodland Methodist church. In
terment was in Westbrook ceme
tery near the home.
Surviving are her parents; three
brothers. Mercer, Bryce and Paul;
four sisters, Virginia, Arbutus,
Hazel and Mollle Kate; her grand
mother, Mrs. Maude Williams and
a step-grandmother, Mrs. W. H.
Holmes, all of the home community.
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Dr. Mercer W. Parrott, 51, chief
surgeon at the Parrott Memorial
Hospital in Kinston, died of a
heart attack in the hospital Satur
day night at 8 o'clock.
A son of the late George and
Julia B. Parriott, he attended the
University of North Carolina and
Tulane, and later opened the hos
pital in Kinston which bore his
name. He was widely known as a
surgeon. He served in the Navy
during the first world war, and a
brother, Ct. Comdr. G. F. Parrott,
was the highest ranking naval of
ficer to lose his life in that strug
gle. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Glennie Mclnnis Parrott, and two
sons, Dr. George Fountain Par
rott, and Mercer W. Parrott, Jr.
Funeral services were held Monday
from the First Presbyterian
Church in Kinston, with the Rev.
Thomas Hamilton, pastor, officia
ting. Burial was in Maplewood
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The new Chevrolet appears in
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The first Chevrolet to come
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popular Stylemaster sport sedan,
a four-door model which is being
displayed by Warsaw Motor Co.
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will be made on 1945 taxes. An increase of 2-3 of
one per cent will be added to all prior years taxes.
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In our United States of 140 million people and many
million square miles we speak in mpny an,ruC'es and
creeds. Yet, we speak in one voice in our devotion to
Our pre-Revolution colonies declared days of
Thanksgiving on nine occasions to give thanks for their
lives after famines, massacres and countless other hard
ships. George Washington set aside the last Thursday in
November as a measure of thanks durine the American
Revolution for the few pitiful victories the ragged Am
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of people who have mutually shared the hardships of
birth, growth and maturity.
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"WORLD'S LARGEST BRIGHT LEAF TOBACCO MARKET"
ONLY MORE SALES EDA Y BEFORE MARKET CLOSES FOR SEASON
The Wilson Market Will Officially Close For 1945
Season November 30th.
(No Sales on Thursday and Friday, Thanksgiving Holidays)
Tobacco Prices Still High-Friday's Sale,Qrade For Grade,Highest Prices Of
Wilson Has Sold Over 67 Million Pounds, For A Season's Average Of $44.22
Sel 1 The Ba la nee Of Your Tobacco In Wilson
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