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D I OU LAST WEEK)
alar 4th Sunday service next
iy at H o'clock, Rev, L, C.
. , . r, minister. Sunday School at
. . W. N. Outlaw, Supt All are
i vited to tttetrt. ::-.d '
Kev. Prater filled his appoint
ment in Rocky, Mt Sunday morning.
Mi, and Mrs. A. C. Outlaw. of
Pensacola, Fin-were visitors with
Mr. and Mrs.' M. L. Outlaw, Jr. on
Friday night and Saturday. , ;
Mr. and Mi Rudolph Hawley of
Wilson spent the week end with
her mother Mrs. Katie Outlaw .
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sutton visit
ed relatives In Ayden Sunday. "
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sml:, Mr.
and Mrs. Currie Smith of Smith
Chapel and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Par
ker of Mt Olive visited the J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, Jr.
were hosts to the local bridge flub
at their home Friday night, j.
Miss Cora Parker of Wilson has
been visiting the Henry Parkers.
: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sutton and
Kan and Ann of near Mt Olive, vis
ited relatives here Sunday, -.Mrs.
W. D, Pate, Miss Dessie
Pate and Mrs. Nora Malpass visited
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pate In Rocky
Mount Sunday. ' ...
..The Home Demonstration Club
held , its meeting in the home of
Mrs, I. B. Sutton .Monday' after
noon with a good attendance.. Sev
eral visitors were present. Mrs. Re
mus Creel called the club to order
and presided. During business sev
announcements were made pertain
ing to activities In 1949. Demonstra
was given by Miss Clontz. Recrea
tion and penny parade closed the
program.' A social hour with re
freshments was enjoyed., '
By: JOHN SIKES.
- Wallace, Jan. 15. If your arter
les of intellect are on the verge ol
hardening try -memorizing a few
epigrams and elucidating on their
meanings as applied to every day
j That may not be precisely why
they are are doing it, but some six
or more schools in this immediate
area are in the midst of a series of
"Famous Sayings" quizzes sponsor
ed by Wallace associates in an "ef
fort to arouse interest among our
school-children" in the pithy quotes
that have made some men famous
and vice versa.
The quizzes are being held much
in the manner of old-timey spelling
bees. ; EScept , the students aren't
lined up and cut down when a word
Is mispejled. .. " '
Rather, part of a "famous saying"
maybe Just one word .of it is
mentioned and the students, all
seated together each has the chance
to answer. The student raising his
hand first gets the chance to ans-
wer. If his answer is correct he is
credited With five points and his
. school or "tema" Is credited with
five points. . -
If the other students aren't satis
fied with the . answer, they may
raise their hand in protest and
somebody else gets the chance to
answer the question. .
- Today In a local theatre repre
sentatives of six schools took part
In tbe quiz. These schools are Long
Creek, Penderlea, Kenansville, Beu
lavlUe; Calypso, t and . Outlaw's
Bridge. - - .
- Prior to today's session, the Long
' Creek group, with six representa
tives, was not only on top as a
"team," but one of the Individuals
was 'way out front on points. This
individual star is Dorothy Stafford.
. Dorothy is only 12 and she's Just
In the Eighth Grade, but whenever
question is asked, her hand is usu-
Fc;:, ous Sayings
Hum In Duplin
an .- rr
1 A V l
ilypso Veneer Co.,
RETAIL LUi :ER YARD -
Phones: 8602, 6M ealypso, N. C. .
ALL GRADES FRAMING, BOARDS,
. FLOORING, MOULDINGS, ETC.
any u.,uut the inst to pop up. And
up to now, she's come close ' to
monopolizing the question asked
and 'answered. ':: -r
; However, cjose in behind Doro
thy,' who'd accumulated 42 point")
up Until today. Is Laura .Jans Gid
dens, of the Penderlea Junior team,
'with 32.5 points. , : .. ,
; One more elimination is sched
uled after today, with the finals to
fee held Jan. 29. The m Winning
"Team" will receive an electric rec
ord player to .be used in school
room work, with the No.-2 team
getting a radio. Tbe winning indi
vidual ... will receive fountain, pen
and pencil set. vV&rrg
The "Teams" and their members
are as follows: Penderlea Freshman,
Alice Rochelle, Sarah Dixon, Don
ald Black, Robert. Dixon, H. D.
Southerland, and Annette' Newton:
Penderlea Junior, Juanita Caison,
Winnie Mae Glddens, and Carolyn
Giddens; Penderlea Seniors, James
Matthews, Minnie Jane Rivenbark,
Marie Rooks,' Ethel Brice, Marga
ret Rivenbark, and Shirley Hadnott.
Kenansville, Jimmle Wagstaff, Rob
ert F. Williamson, Susan Brown,
Mary C. Bryan, Emily Rivenbark,
Annie Bryan, and Everette Da1;
Long Creek, Dorothy Staffafd, Bet
ty Faye Miller, Joan Wilson, Alice
Caison, Sue Walker, and Catherine
West; Calypso, Mitchell Byrd. and
Janet Swinson; Beulavllle, Mary
Grace Jones, Sybil Pickett, and Re
ba Sholar; Outlaw's Bridge, Marie
Jones, Susan Barwlck, Inez Grady,
Ernestine Jordan, Evelyn Hill, Pa
tricia Qulnn, and Wilbur Reaver
The quizzes, judged by- Melvin
Cording, the Rev. B. Hood, Thad
Grotgen and John Deif ell, the lat
ter being president of Wallace As
sociates, are broadcast locally. Each
time a student wins the right, by
the quick rising of the hand method
to answer a question he is brought
before the microphone and goes
thr.ough the ordeal of being quiz
zed on the air.
Only a few students thus far
have forgotten what was on their
mind to answer when they were
confronted, by the bug-a-boo
Sgf.R. P. O'Leary
TSgt. Russell P. O'Leary of the
3,200 Light Bomb Test Squadron
Air Base of Elgin, Fla. died in Wal
ter Reed Hospital, Washington, D.
C, Friday night of last week after
a month's illness. Funeral services
were held at the graveside- in the
National Cemetery in Wilmington
the -following Tuesday at 2 o'clock,
with full military rites by Company
L, of the National Guards of War
saw. In addition to his wife, the
former Annie Mae Blanchard of
Magnolia, he is survived by one
daughter, Harriet, of the home- his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Leary
of Sheffield, Pa.; two brothers, J. E ,
and Robert also of Sheffield; four
sisters, Mrs. Kirwin Crawley of
Buffalo, N. Y., Ellen and Sallie O'
Leary of Sheffield, Pa., and Kath
ryn O'Leary of Erie, Pa.
State College Hints
It often pays to shop, around for
different makes of patterns, cloth
ing specialists say. If the kind you
have been using needs many
changes for a good fit, try other
makes to find one that more nearly
meets youa individual specifica
tions. Long experience in fitting
patterns to people has led special
ists to conclude that because of fig
ure Irregularities there are about
45 ways that patterns may be alter
ed. Probably the most useful "must"
when its conies to ironing all of the
children's school things isn't actu-
. Of Design
Y TRUB "TONES iLNKlil t'UX
. ' The Qnlnn-McGcvea Ce
ally a hint but a suiesUun that
starching will cut the ironing time
in half. -It. means -that -dresses,
shirts, skirts and blouses stay clean
longer, shed dirt .more , easily, ana
keep that crisp look two days In
stead ol 6n6. ' '
Sprinkling starched, clothes for
ironing .is very Important if you
want the finished garment to look
right' Heavily starched clothes
should be much damper than light
ly starched or unstrached clothes.
It Is also Important to sprinkle the
starched pieces at least four to Six
hours ahead of ironing.
MRS. M M. TfflGEN
BeularUle. N. C.
WARSAW, N. C.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Exe
cutor under the last will and testa
ment of Minnie R. Brown, deceased,
late of Duplin County, North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the said es
tate to present them to the under
signed Executor on or-before the
21st day of January, 1950, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
All persons indebted to the said
estate will please make immediate
This January 21, 1949.
' Leslie H. Brown,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of Eva
L. Quinn, deceased; this is to noti
fy all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
indcpigred duly verified on or be
fore 21st day of January, 1950, or
this notice will be pled in bar of
recovery. All persons Indebted to
said estate will please make Imme
This January 14, 1949.
Wilson, N. C.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
BY PUBLICATION J?
In The Gerenal County .Court
HAZEL SOUTHERLAND COTTLE
The defendant, Ray Cottle, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the General County Court of Dup
lin County, North Carolina, by the
plaintiff above named against the
defendant for an absolute divorce
on the grounds of two years sesa
If It's Sympathetic Memorials
W. F. (Bi
Representing Rtv. ClifUa Rice
Li-: We Are Readv
MAINE AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
SEED POTATOES -.
BEANS AND OTHER SEEDS OF
' Also A Complete Line of . - A
U BAUGH'S HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS'
THE OLDEST AND ONE BEST .
BRANDS IN AMERICA. - 'l
. W" V -."T - - :; - '
f AND FERTILIERS
RIND OF CROPS
til' -A Buy Your Supplies Froiii People 4 f H 1
; r;;:"".,: - Wbo Buy Yomr Clrops. f -l ;rJ,t;
Y o u r Cooper at io n A p precia t ed ?
ration, and in which tlie. defendant
is interested and which cause of ac
tion set forth in the complaint filed
In this cause, and that the defend-,
ant is a necessary party to this ac
tion; and that the said, defendant
will further take notice-that e. Is
required to appear at Ue off ice Of
the Clerk of General County Court
of ; Duplin . County in. Kenansville,
N. C., on the 8th day of February.
1949 and Answer or demur to the
complaint filed - In ' this action,
which has been duly. tiled In said
Office, or on or before the 4th da
of March, U49 or the pUintUf will
apply to th court for the relief
lemanded in the complflhrt. -
This tha 8th day of January,
R. V, WeilsLderk of
General County Court
Grady Mercer, Attorney
2-4-4. GM : -
. NOTICE OF SALE
January 29. 1949, at 19:09 A. M.
To the highest Udder, for cash,
nn v farm near Kenansville, on
th Chinquapin Highway, two miles
One well broke mare mule, four
One Hampshire brood sow.
Mrs. Emma srinson,
Executrix of tbe estate
of J. B. Brinsen de
ceased. l-28-4t. pd.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the powei
of sale contained in and conferred
by that certain deed of trust dated
December 6, 1946, and executed by
Willie Maneigo (unmarried) to the
undersigned and recorded in Book
431 at page 319 of the Duplin
County Registry. Default having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured, and
the holder of the note having de
manded that the same be fore
closed, the undersigned will offer
for sale and sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse
Door in Duplin County on Monday,
February 14, 1949, at the hour of
12:00 o'clock Noon, the following
Lying and being in the Town of
Warsaw, and described as Lots Nos.
9 and 10 on a Map recorded in Book
218, page 78, also Lots 0 and 10 in
Block 15, Book 216; page 173, of
the Public Registry of Duplin
County, and being the same Lots
I described in a Deed from R. D.
A F ft A M
4TJJ:I. ALLMA8TM MASNS
ABE INVlTEV TW ATTNMt.
MEETS KYKRY SKCQN9 AJWB
FOURTH - TVESBAY WfljlT
Don't let couahlnf. wneednt', re
alising attacks of Bronchial As
thama ruin sleen and energy with
out - trying MBNDACO, which
works through the hloodato rta
bronchial tubes ant lung. Usually
helps nature quitkly remove thiak,
sticky mucus. Thus alleviates cou
ghing and aids frier breatunx ans
better sleep. Get MBNDACO frass.
druggist . Satisfaction or saoaey
to SuddIv You With '
WE SELL THE SEEIX , z
THAT PRODUCE THE,
WE WISH TO BUY.ilai,4
Johnson,; Commissioner of the
Court to" Elizabeth Moore, dated
ftctnhM- 291028. and filed for rec
ord on November 27, 1948, to which
reference Is hereby made.
A deposit of ten per cent ww ne
reaulred of the successful bidder
as. evidence of good faith; -
Advertised this the 13th day or
i . . V Wallrat CtAWAna TlniitM
2-lMt. EWS ,.-
SASH, DOORS, SHEET
BOCK, ROCK LATH,
ROCK WOOL, PLASTER,
LIME, CEMENT, BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TER-
RA-COTTA PIPE, DRAIN
TILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
OT ROLL ROOFING 5-V
Z. J. Carter G Son
WHEN YOU NEED
SERVICES OF AN
Phone 270-1 262-8
WARSAW, N. C.
Coal $15.00 per ton
We Deliver Anywhere
WALLACE ICE AtlD
WALLACE, N, C.
For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Monuments,
See or Write
Dr. H. XI. Cohvell
Kyae Bxaaalnsd, Glaaare fitted.
; .; Next Dear To Caveaaawk
CkerroUt Ceapaay; '
Permanent Offloe trn1
r;:: WAIXACS. PL 2
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In lTke Gerenal Centr Cowt
will ttki notice that an acflaa n-
ttttod as above has been comnsn
ced in tte Oenaral County Court
f nnnlih Cauntar. North Carolina.
by tbe ' ptalntta above naned-
agaikst tbe defendant tor an nso
lute divorce on the groonda of two
yam separatian, and in wbieb the
iiMmdant is intereated and woleb
cause of action Is set forth in the
complaint files in hub ems, ana
that the defendant is a necessary
party to this action; and that tbe
said defendant wHl f urtfeer take no
tic Unt she is required to (wear
at the office of the Oerk of Genn
al County Court of Duplin County
in Kenansville, N. C, on tha tth
day of February, 1949, and answer
or'demuT to the comajaint filed in
this action, which bas been duly
filed in said office, or on or before
M. F. ALLEN JR.
KENANSVnXTS ONLY insuhanob agbney
i. U. JSNKDfA ttfaT.
Watch Kenansville Grow -
Call On Us How For:
Renter's Seabird V. C. Fertilizers
COKem'fl FEDIOEBED TOBACCO SP
24 X 2 TOBACCO BBn COTB
BEST GRADE TIMOTHY BAX
FURNITURE ft HOME FUBNIBHUIGB
BRICK, LIME, CEMENT MORTAR
COX FLOW BACK BANDS
NEXT MONTH WE WILL MOVE INTO OUR LAROB NEW
BRICK 6TORE, WHERE WE WILL HAVE A LARGER
MORE COMPLETE LINE OF EVERYTHING IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, INCLUDING OUR fRJEBET STOXXi
ALSO DRY GOODS. SHOES, NOTIONS. GROCJEUK&
FARM IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, It, BUILDING 8CP
PLIBS. TOUR PATRONAGE ALWAYS APPRECIATED
C. E. QUINN, CO.
C. E QUINN, OWNER.
the 4Ut day ( March, 1SVJ, ff Ue
plaintUf will apply fw.the rtM,
demanded in Uie-saHaua; ' '
This Mi day of January, JWtv
Grady Mercer, Attomey
fer plBiWIfl i---
B; T. 'weCkt.
General Con Crft
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