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I FLORENCE IATO ;
! CUKSB. "BEST ON EARTH" :
Registered O. t. C. Swine, As Good
Your News and Observer O. t. C.
A. B. IRVEf, RicMaads, If. C.
Bt X Phone 42a ', -44-4tpd.
chare Ma. Unless yew
aa MMl with am nleaae
witk a. fi
rev km aunktaa- to
m eackaa, or wait la I
FOR ENT: Stare baUding and
IM ft real Gee location, fork
few hit bwajre, one hard surface.
KleeMeKr. Locate aear Sununer
Ihn Cress Read. Call Goldsboro
1931 J or tee J. L. SeauaerUn, X
$, OeMaboro. Raleif k Highway.
J-U-Jl N. :
FO BETTtB MtOTECTtON
- insure witu
FARM BIJEiaC" MUTUAL
Write or Sea
W. SNCER. KEN A NSVILLE. N. C.
t to do rear oate kedar asat
fmwimr repair, alee raaUas
t allow yeeur doctor's prr
aaetBtle exactly, aa t
aaaaont aod frequency of
deoaaje. Sometime avcn
a aMf kt tariatieii eaa
lease tka patUnt'e
okaaoM for rapid re
Darcaw Drug Co.
TOR SALE: Potato Slips; Pan
Blood Porto Blcan. SEE
JOHNNIE SDXJTHEBLAND, Bt 2,
Warsaw,-IV. C -3-25-2t
Bd. - V':
A driOad wol la
Write far aw. tattoo.
rear foot OCBoe,
' rTCATKB WELL OOMPAlfT
BALbjMH. NORTH CAROLINA
TO TRADE TRACTORS
WE SELL TRACTORS. BUT IF
YOU RATE MULES AND WANT
A TRACTOR INSTEAD. BRINO
THEM IN AND WE'LL TRADE
WITi? TOU. .
' A. L. LANIER,
BEtTLAVUXE. N. C.
First CU Phimbbf and
All Wajrlr. Gauuteed
Phone 22C1 Wr&iw. N. C
MALE HELP WANTED: Man with
ear wanted for reote work, f IS to
fit hi a day. No experience or cap.
tai required. Steady. Write today.
Mr. McVey. Candler Bldr,,
Baltimore 8, Md.
F03 SAIX: Automate c"I l . . i-
inr water heater; 48 fallons. Prac
tically' new,; bt food condition.
MOSLEY PHILLIPS, Warsaw, N. C.
Phone 315-1. - X
S-2S-2L'C elb. '
.." i. I. -m i ' ,;."'. , -i
Card Of Thanks
We wish to take this meaos to
thank our many friends for the
kindnesses ', shown and for the
many floral tributes during te re
cent illness and death of o. r be
loved husband and father. . J
Mrs. W. J. Pickett and :.nUy.
MON. March 20-21
FOR SALE: S-roeaa koose and lot
la Warsaw.. Just keea remodeled.
Write Edmund D. Loftln, Mount Ol
Ire, N. C, 3-lt-2te
V. 6. FIRE LOSSES 14I SEVEN
I HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. PRO
TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH
B. W. RLAKEMORX
Reliable Insurance Service Since
WARSAW, N. C.
HAVE IN STOCK: Shee track. Reck.
talk; Gyplap Sidinr. Plaater, Plas
ter Farta. Uarer Ceateat. Mortar
Mix. Brick; Drain Tile, Windows &
Deeo. J. C. Rww, Weraaw, n. C.
'If el . "Mtiiv. .' '4
Mw 1st fofoaV I
With Gary Cooper
And Ann Sheridan.
' . i
TUESDAY, March 22 1
Act Of Violence
With Van Heflin
And Robert Ryan.
WEDNESDAY, March 23
DOUBLE FEATURE .
Law Conies ToTexas
With Bill Elliott. !
i ..wii itviS
Shed No Tears
With Wallace Ford.
THURS. - FRL March 21-25
With Tyrone Power
And Gene Tieri'cy.
Mrs, Casteen went back to Golds
boro Friday to the hospital to have
her knee examined. She pan walk
some with crutches.
Rev. A. D. Wood of WaHace was
in town Saturday morning.
, Miss .Minnie Joyner spent thp
week end with her sister, Mrs. J
Hw Weeks of Falson. Latest news
from her brother Gilbert is thai
he is able to be carried from the
hospital in Washington, D. C. to
his home in Wilmington tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Jones
and two children of New Bern spent
the week end with her parents, Rlr.
and Mrs. L. E. Pope. 1
MisS Vera Hamilton of Concord
was a week end guest of her pf.r
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton.
' Miss Elizabeth Quinn of Golds
boro spent the week end with her
brothers Tom and Afton Quinn.
. Mr. Ralph Williams of 'Wilming
ton was in town Monday.
Preaching service in the Bap
tist Church by Pastor McKneeley
Sunday morning and night.
Little Ralph Culbrejh has been
11) -with pneumonia for the past
week; not a very severe case.
: , Messrs, J. P. Tucker, Sr. Tom and
Hubert; Tucker and Ho'mer Taylor
attended the funeral of Mr. Stuart
Wells pi Rose Hill Monday after
Dick Kissner and Admer Lanier
motored to Fayetteville Monday to
see their uncle Lonnie Quinn in the
VA hospital of operation. "
The BTU is having a study course
this week with guest teachers Mr.
A, R. Teachey, Rpse Hill, Adult
Class; Mr. Bill Vann, Warsaw, for
Young People;, and Mi. J. V. Case,
Rose Hiil, for Intermediates. Mrs.
Bill Van is teaching I the Juniors.
Please bring your news items to j
your correspondent oy Thursday
noon 'for first Enterprise, Duplin
Times and News and Observer.
6. ' P. . Johnson of Kenansville
was in town Monday.
j Grantham, Jule of Goldsboro, Rt.
3, and Oscar of Garner; five oaugn
tert, Mrs, Mark Mozingo of Dudle ,
Mrs. Lnby Wheeler of Norfolk. Va.,
Mrs. Mack Garner , of LaGrange .
Mrs. Telsy Outlaw of Goldsboro and
Mrs. Roland Williamson of Faison,
49 grandchildren, 19 great grand
children and one great-great grand
' Grover Maready, of Beulavilie,
died suddenly about 9 a.m. Tues
day while plowing in a field. It U
reported he stopped his mule, lny
down and was dead in a few min
utes, supposedly from a heart at
E. Norwood Grady, 46, died at
his home in Elm City Saturday
night at 11 o'clock following an at
tack of coronary thrombosis. Fu
neral services were-vheld at the
home at 3 o'clock Monday after
noon, with burial in Willowdale
Cemetery at Wilson. Mr.. Grady
was a member of the Rotary Club,
Wilson Bar Association, North Car
olina Bar Associatipn.i and the
Methodist Church, where he taught
the men's Bible class. He served as
mayor of Elm City for 4 number of
I years. He was graduated at Atlan
tic Christian College, attended the
U. S. Naval. Academy, and did grad
uate work at the University of
North Carolina and Duke Univer
sity. He took his law degree at
Wake Forest College, and taught
history at the Black Creek' High
SATURDAY, March 26
Jiggs And Maggie
With Johnny Mack Brown.
Mrs Ed. Garris entertained about
20 ladies with a Stanley Party last
Saturday, night, while Mr. Adrian
Jones and Mrs. M. E. Jones were
away from home a colored man en
tered and took a radio and alarm
clock. He was apprehended Sunday
' Mrs. Paul King was a guest of
her mother Mrs. G. J. Holland of
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hol
land last Thursday a daughter, in
Mr. B. F. .Brock visited Mr. and
Mrs. Ulac Swinson Sunday.
Mrs. John King visited Mrs. VV.
O. Brooks in Kinston Friday.
Mrs. L. H. Rich returned home
Saturday after spending severs
oay.v wilh hehr children in Ralergh.
JA'.Si Dora Betty and Brower D.x
on of Kenansville spent the week
i end with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
f E, J. Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Frances, Su
sie and Mary Lib of Mt Olive were
slipper guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.
B. Best Sunday night, j"
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. King and Mr.
and Mrs. D. O. Thompson went to
Wilmington Sunday to. see the A-aleas.-r
I" TONCUF. & r.UOOVEf
sur.ATHIMG & ROOFEU.-l $45.00
5" " " $59.M
2X4 DRESSED , 152.04
Soufhmonf Mfg. Co.
rROSE HILL, N. C.
B. B. Barwick Dies
If you have lost that old
"million dollar feeling"
that desire and zest for work
and play that nsed to bright
en your day, then right nu .
is aefinitely the time to V
tometbing about your health.
Go and see your Dbctor
not at some "convenient" '
future date, but do it now
cto the day before tomorrow.
'And, of course,', we're
hoping that wick your Doc-
tor's prescription in kand, '
you'll turn your steps toward
Pharmacy; It will cost yon ,
no more to be on the safe
side, you know. And weU .
upprtcittt your patronagei
Repair Yourr Brakes
It costs so little to reline your
brakes. If you don'Mf may
cost a life! Drive in today and
let us check your brakes-and
make whatever adjustments
are necessary. Prepare for
Spring and Summer now.
Main Street Jn Kenansville -
WARSAW, N. C.
.'Ben B. 'Barwick, 82,-died at his
home in Faison early 'Tuesday
morning following a heart attack.
Funeral services were held Wed'
nesday at 3 p.m. from the Method
ist Church in Faison with the Rev.
Fred Warren and Rev.:J. D. Con
ford of Faison, officiating The bod;
was taken to the cnurca at 3 o ciock
Interment - was in Mays Chapel
cemetery near Brogden School. Sur
vlving are three sons, Henry of
.'.4' ' i
I Thk wo-pce' drew in two f okrks b (
1 rlf for cay, iperlha-inomenf
wokigil The fabric detiojyCAjtOl&Kt'S'
lone. The iacke ravon'tiuiiihMui
ftoeVIrt, foyon cre y ''); '
mtor sixei '' 3..:i:iffi&
STUMPING and DITCHING
CAPS and FUSES
WORK SHOES DRESS SHOES
FEEDS FOR ALL STOCK
l. J r
BAUGH S and FARRIERSCOrTON Oli C0.i
' ' fertiliz er sWIfiifi
."'NVV- '';'('',!.",' '''t: 'l-'::: :.-vr- ' ": ' . .t"S
NAILS, BARBED WIRE, BUSH AXES I f
n C .j Corofe King JunUrt em jl.fX '
'ALL KINDS HARDWARE
FEEDS FOR ALL STOCK
School .before entering the" legal,
profession. Surviving are his widow, t
the former Emily Ward of Ryland;'.
a daughter, Cinthia; and three bro
thers. B. A. Grady of Wilson; Dr.
E. C. Grady of. Elm City, and J. R.
Grady of Kenansville.
Active pallbearers were brothers
of .the. deceased and also brothers
of the deceased's wife.' Honorary
pallbearers were member ef the
Wilson County Bar.
League In Duplin?
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Matthews of
Wilmington wish to announce the
adoption . .of an infant daughter,
Donna 'Ann, March 10, 1949. Mrs.
Matthews is tae former Miss Clara
Thlgpen of Beulavilie. ., .' ,
Baseball fans and players of Du
plin County are Invited to atterd
a meeting March 23. in regards to
the Strawberry. Baseball Leapie.
The meeting will be held in the
Armory (Hussey's No. t warehouse)
at 8 o'clock on that night : ,
Mrs. Ethel A. Mangura of Calyp-o
is a new case worker trainee wit'i
the Duplm County Welfare Dept..
i " I M f' --'
y y 'liLLrr '
K 'fmy$y 0.&Xti'
Just figure out for yourself ,
-how much, it costs yotf int. :af
. labor, soaps," water, time,
- - ' "
fuel", plus your own vitality r a I
. y. . V.,.rf,'-A:: r..;;i'i.i
- - to launder at home, and '
. youH realize how economi-
itt al. it u to let us do your ..
. washing and i ironing fbir
I you. Ask your neighbor to
l tel our truck driver to stop :
Chy your housed
vu it.fi t-iflt
t. ' ' n"lN"WltMIpiGTON"v v
'OUR TRUCKS RUN ' A LL ' ;Q!Z ; ;)DUPLTn' - '