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KENANS VILLfi, N.C.
Xafl DUPLIN TIMES
' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1318
Happenings, Advertising In And Around
County's Eastern, Metropolis
Doplln Time Correspondent
Please Give Her Your Newi
School Tour Raleigh
The 5th, 6th, and 7th grades of
the Potters Hill School made a tour
of Raleigh on Nov. 18. All the places
of Interest were visited and all en
joyed the trip. Chaperones for the
trip were Mrs. Flave Kennedy, Mrs.
Albert Miller, Mrs. D. W. Brown,
and Mrs. Sidney Hunter.
The women of the Presbyterian
, Church held their monthly meeting
Tuesday night, Nov. 23 in the home
of Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin. Topic of
the program was "Making the Most
of Sunday". Talks were given bv
Mesdames Charlton Sandlin, M. M.
Thigpen and Phoebe Pate. The hos-
tess served refreshments to the 9
members and one visitor present.
' All members of the Presbyterian
Church are urged to attend Adult
Choir Practice each Thursday eve.
at 7:00 o'clock.
Mrs. S. P. Bostic entertained 15
guests at a Stanley Party in her
home Monday night, Nov. 2E. The
guests enjoyed contests and games.
Prizes were given to winners. Mrs.
Bostic was presented a nice gift by
the Stanley representative. A re
freshing salad course was served at
- Mrs. Larry Bostic entertained at
a birthday party honoring her dau
ghter Mary Frances on her sixth
birthday Wednesday, Nov. 24.
Indoor games were enjoyed b
the 27 guests after which cake, can
dies, cookies and ice cream were
served. The little honoree received
many lovely gifts.
Mr. Carlton Craft has returned
home after receiving treatment in
the Jacksonville Hospital.
On Thanksgiving day, while bunt
ing near the Hoffman Forest in On
slow County, Nick Bostic, aged 11,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bostic,
shot and killed a buck deer with a
Miss Edna Earl Gresham was at
home for the week end.
Robert Craft spent the holidays
at his home here.
Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr. and daugh
ter; Mrs. Harry Horne and children
and Mrs. Emmett Clark and child
ren were in Raleigh Saturday for
the Christmas parade.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Campbell
with Mrs. Susan Turner, visited
Mr. Campbell's parents in oldsboro
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hocutt of
Clayton were with her parents on
The Hesea Hunters have moved
into their new home.
Mrs. Larry Bostic and children
spent the week end with her father
Mr. Eddie Rivenbark in Rose Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rhodes and
family moved into the Lauther
Jackson house recently occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Turner whq are
now living in the Mercer apartment.
Miss Geneane Thigpen of Kins
ton spent Thanksgiving with he.'
mother, Mrs. Eddie Thigpen.
The Richard Bostics were lunch
eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B
Stroud In enansville Sunday.
Mrs. Lula Q. Parker, and Miss
Hilda Taylor were in Warsaw and
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eubanks:
of Fayetteville visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Eubanks during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr.
and family spent Thanksgiving with
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards in Pink
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Turner of
Pink Hill were at her parents n
Eugene Whaley was at home for
Yates Dobson, Ken Lanier, Billy
Gresham, C. L. Quinn, Milton Wra
ley and C. Quinn were all at home
from college during the holidays.
- mesaame wuiie eaora ana a. ia
Harris were Kinston shoppers on
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Campbell
were in Kinston Friday.
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By: J. R. GRADY
The bells of Kenansville
They ring on Sunday
Calling us to church.
They ring on Monday
Calling us to work.
The Bells in Kenansville,
They ring out a happy chime.
To a determination
The bells in the spire
Of the old Baptist church
As we pass by.
Of the old Methodist church
Make us slow down
And get on our perch.
Old Grove, Presbyterian,
Brings to mind
The history of Religion
In our section and kind.
It impresses on us
The sense of the sublime.
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY CONTAINED in that
certain Deed of Trust made, execu
ted and delivered by Joseph A.
Jones and wife, Dora Jones, which
Deed of Trust is dated the 7th day
of February, 1946 and recorded in
Book 437, page 32, of the Duplin
County Registry, default having
been made in the payment of same,
and the holder of the note having
called on the undersigned Trustee
to foreclose same, the undersigned
Trustee will offer for sale for cash
at the Courthouse Door in Kenans
ville, N. C, on Monday, December
27, 1948, at the bour of 12:00 Noon
all that certain tract or parcel o
land situated in Smith Township,
Duplin County, and being described
Bounded on the North by LaFay
ette Smith; on the East by the
lands of John Mercer, deceased; on
the South by the lands devised to
Enoch Smith by Jones Smith by
Will, duly recorded in the office of
the Clerk of Superior Court of Du
plin County, North Carolina, ref
erence to which reference is here
by expressly made a part of this
conveyance. Said lands known s
Blizzard House Tract, and contain
ing 150 acrrs, more or less, and
being the FIRST TRACT of land
as described in a deed to J. F. Noe
cker and wift KKtie I. Noecker,
dated the 8th day of Optober, 1936,
and recorded in Book 396, page 124.
of the' Duplin County Registry, ref
erence is hereby had. The above
being the same lands as described
in a deed from John F. Noecker and
wife to Joseph A. Jones and Lumas
Turner as recorded in - Book 428,
page 548, of the Duplin County
Registry, referenfce is hereby had
for a description of same.
A one-half undivided interest in
the above lands is being sold only.
A ten per cent deposit will be re
quired of the successful bidder as
evidence of good faith.
Advertised this the 22nd day o
H. E. Phillips, Trustee
1 2-24-4-. HEP
Mrs. Dolly Bryan
Funeral services for Mrs. Dolly
Bryan, 66, who died in a Jackson
ville hospital Friday night were
held at 3 p.m. Sunday from the
home of a daughter, Mrs. Adrian
Norris in Wallace. Rev. W. W. Has
ting, pastor of the Wallace Baptist
Church, assisted by Rev. J. B. Hood
pastor of the Wallace Presbyterian
Church officiated. Burial was in
Rockfish Cemetery. Surviving are
Mrs. Adrian Norris of Wallace;
Mrs. William Pollock of Rock Island
111.; Mrs. Graham Brinkley of Chin
quapin; and Mrs. J. C. Williams of
Miami, F.a; four sons, Carl, Jack
and Mexico Bryan, all of Wallace,
and Ruben Bryan of Jacksonville;
three sisters, Mrs. Coon .Hurst of
Jacksonville, Mrs. Leslie Marsh of
Wilmington, Mrs. L. C. McClenney
of Winston-Salem; and 5 brothers.
Peck's Bad Boy
Be At Faison Dec. 8
The Senior Class will present
'IPECK'S BAD BOY" at the Faison
School Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7:30
III J Hi Lrjh.vsi' It IAij-.LiY
This is a new and modern version
of the famous Geo. W. Peck stories
by Charles eorge. It is screamingly
funny and a fast-moving farce with
all the well known Peck characters.
The cast is as follows:
Henry Peck, Sr., a henpecked hus
band, Henry Hoey; Henry, Jr., his
son, the bad boy, J. X. Jones; Mrs.
Hannah Peck, stepmother, Mary
Anne Oates.; Jimmy Duffy, the bad
boy's pal, Evelyn Hines; Minni.',
the bad boy's girl, Mary Gray Tay
lor; Luella Thome, the bad boy's
stepsister, Mable Waters; Clifford
Jennings, in love with Luella, Gor-
dan Parks; Melville Beaumont, an
aged financier, Gene Bradshaw:
Lizzie, the maid, Helen Bell;
Dahlia, colored cook, Muriel Price:
Schultz, the grocer, Lofton Fouts;
Dora, one of the Harmony sisters,
Clara Lee Willington; Flora, anoth
er sister, Ruth Adams; Lora, the
third Harmony sister, Joyce Arm
strong. Don't fail to see this hilarious
Jr. Red Cross
As of Nov. 30, schools contribut
ing to the Jr. Red Cross Fund are
White: B. F. Grady, $10: Outlaw's
Bridge, 5.22; Chinquapin. 30.; War
saw Elem., 8.04; Warasw Hi., 17.16;
Potter's Hill. 5.15; Kenansville, 13 -24;
Rose Hill, 5.89; Calypso, 21.73.
Colored: Kenansville, 8.50: Wal
lace Elem., 6.41; C. W. Dobbins Hi.,
2.84; Warsaw Elem. 6.00; Douglas
Hi., 4.00; Rose Hill, 8.50; Iron
Mine, 1.00. TOTAL $39.25. GRAND
TOTAL $155.73. "
Some schools in each group are
yet to be heard from.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having Qualified as Administra
trix of the Estate of E. H. Wood
ward, ' deceased1, late of DuDlin
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all Dersons having claims
against the Estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Warsaw, N. C, on or before the
18th day of November, 1949, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said Estate will please make
Immediate payment. r ;
This the 15th day of November,
Maggie V. Woodward, Admnt.
of E. H. Woodward, Deceased
E. Walker Stevens, Atty.
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
Beulaville. N. C.
WARSAW, N. C
By: RUTH P. GRADY
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Some new aspirant has made a leap.
No matter where you look
They have dived off in the DEEP.
Sam Ragan has turned Pagan
In his Sunday column.
Although it sounds like Satan
I read every volume.
Even the Country Editor
Has waxed forth poetical
And has all his competitors
Wondering when he'll get a belly-
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