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NEW MAIL SERVICE FOR EASTERN CAROLINA
WARSAW TO GREENSBORO
According to Congressman Gr
. ham A. Barden a new mail service
will get underway Feb. 5th. It is a
bus mail car, similar to the railway
ears on the train. His telegram as
Bob Grady: Kenansville, N. C.
The first trip of the Highway Post
al Service from Greensboro to War
saw Via Autryville, Roseboro, Clin
ton, Turkey, and Warsaw will be
made February 3, 1949.
Graham A. Barden.
This new service will expidite
- mall service between Duplin and
the Piedmont and western part of
Also the Times Is advised that a
proposed similar service is in the
making between Elizabeth City and
Warsaw. This proposed bus will
serve Little Washington, Williams
ton, Greenville, New Bern, Kenans
ville and contact the Warsaw
Greensboro bus at Warsaw.
The above picture, sent to the
Times from the Post Offive De
partment in Washington, is the
type of buses being used. They are
said to be larger than the average
streamlined Greyhound buses we
Mail clerks will work the mail
in the bus as It traverses.
Duplin Girls Attend
Duplin County 4-H Girls atten .
lug the district "441 Clothing Day"
at East Carolina Teachers College
' Jan. 23 were Misses Evelyn Dav'-j
... ':' and Mary Lou Phillips of Warsaw,
Mona Moore of Calypso, and Elaine
' Register of Rose Hill. They were ac
companied by Miss Alta Lawson,
. Assistant Home Agent.
The program was planned to give
the club girls additional training
In how to buy and make attractive
articles of clothing. The morning
.'session was highlighted by a fash
1 ion show giving accessory help ard
ready-made details of the season.
During the afternoon, Miss Ada
Mae Marshall, 4-H stylist for the
Simplicity Pattern Co. of New York
"conducted a fashion show featuring
"Fashion Notes For the 4-H Club
Modern Miss". Mona Moore and
Evelyn Davis were selected to mod
, el some of the clothing. This inclu
ded sportswear, dress-up garments
. and evening wear.
; The program was concluded by a
tour of the. Home Economics De
partment, and' a tea, given by Mrs.
Adelaide Bloxton, Dean of Home
Economics at the college.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
JANUARY TERM, 1949
Where as, Judge Paul B. Ed-
mundson, Special Judge, has Just
completed a two weeks term of Civ
il Court for Duplin County, and by
his eminent fairness. Judicial Tem
perament, Legal Ability, and genial
companionship, he has endeared
himself in the minds and hearts of
not only the members of the Bar,
but with Court Officials, Jurors,
parties litigant, and persons attend
ant upon his court;
And whereas, the Members of the
Bar, in behalf of all the people of
the County, desire to express to
him, their thanks for his service In
Therefore, be it resolved by the
Duplin County Bar Association,
that we extend to Judge Edmund-
son our sincere thanks for his work
in our County; and we wish for him
a continued service on the Bench,
and we will be happy to have him
return at any time to serve us as
he has sor efficiently done at this
term of court. ' ' . , " ; ,
Let a copy of this resolution be
copied upon the minutes - of the
Five scholarships paying Che
sire tultten eest (122M9) for one
year, bat set Including ether fees,
will be grated by the Trustees ef
Presbyterian Junior College to five
seleeted young men whe are vale
dictorians ef their high school grad
uating classes and whe will become
boarding students at the college.
Five scholarships paying one-
half tuition eest (SlltM) for one
year, but not Including other feet,
will be granted to young men whe
are valedictorians or salutatorians
of high school graduating classes
and whe will become hoarding stu
dents of the college.
Application forms may be secur
ed from the Office of the President,
Presbyterian Junior College, Max
ton, N. C. Applications must be
postmarked not later than April
34, 1949. Selection will be made on
the basis of probable capacity for
all-round leadership and will be
announced Immediately after the
meeting of the Trustees on May 1A,
Here Saturday Night
There will be -a county wide
meeting of all persons interested
in the Pageant of Duplin Saturday
night. Sam Byrd will be here to
tell his story to the county. The
meeting will be held in the court
room at 8 o'clock. Everyone inter
ested is invited to attend and hear
the plans. Enough money is now In
hand to assure the success of the
Story of Duplin".
Tickets for the Pageant will prob
ably begin to be printed next week
and will soon go on sale, according
to Gilbert Alphin, President of the
Duplin Historical Association, Inc.
i ne Pageant, undoubtedly, is go
ing to be the biggest event in Du
plin, probably in its history.
8yJ!ty t Pirecter. GAINES DOC RESEARCH CENTER
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Get Busy, You News Hounds
Press News Service hereby an
nounces it will pay a $50 reward
for information leading to the ar
rest and conviction of the forces
and factors which promote crime
in North Carolina and for recovery
of the human lives damaged there
by. More specifically, this award is
being offered to the N. C. reporter
or editor who does the most in 10
49 to call public attention to the,
influences which lead to crime, to '
the importance of remedying these
influences and to the need for in
telligent rehabilitation of offend
f AMERICANS SPENP ON THEIR DOC
AS MUCH AS THEY DO ATTENDING
WOTaAU , RASetBALl , BASKETBALL,
BOXING AND HORSft RACING
FAMOUS tHCUSH TeftftlCtt
Oftct ton? no rats in
snmtn ak k kcomp ,
Harold L. Raynor, seaman,. USN
of Rt. 2, Beulaville is taking part
in cold weather maneuvers Off the
coast of Alaska while serving on
board the landing ship- (dock) USS
The operations will continue
Raynor entered the service Oct.
22, 1947 and received training bt
Sandiego. Calif. Before enterliiir
i the Navy, he attended Beulaville
NOTICE OF SALE
DALMATIANS. THE FIRE HOUSE DOGS
ARB BORN PURE- WHITE. THE SPOTS
ArtAR WHEN THB PVPriES
: - ARB TWO WEEKS OLD
lf, OaktulDof Research Center, N. r . C.
Under and by virtue of the au.
thority and power granted under
Section 44-2, General Statutes of
North Carolina, the undersigned
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash, at the off
ice of the WEST MOTOR COM
PANY, In the Town of Warsaw, N.
C. at Twelve O'Clock Noon on the
12th day of February, 1949 the fol
lowing described personal property,
towit; , , '
ONE 1940 MODEL FORD TUOOB
SEDAN, MOTOR No. 18-5537099.
Dated this 29th day of January,
1949. ::rrl;:w. I i- Vi'v;. C
i T- WEST MOTOR COMPANY
' - Per J. N. West, Jr.
. . .'
Kooert Ik west, Atty.
Warsaw, N. C.
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Red And Red Rock Cross
Delivery Each Wednesday Afternoon1
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to supply, and we will give you a fair and reasonable
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