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'THE DUPLIN TIMES
r busked Meh rrld.y In KeaaaevUle. N. C Ceaety Sect ar
DUPLIN COUNTY '
MIUMal fcualneoa and rtaUag Uat, KcaaaSTjIle,
J. ROBERT GRADY. EDITOR OWNER
Kntered at the Post Office. KeBaaSYtlle, N. C
Kenansville. 255-6 . ' ; WtwaeWt Z93t
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I3.M per' year 1m Danlla Canty;
IS.5I per rear year outside Duplia County, la North Carsliaa:
SIM per year outside North Carolina, except to Me la TJ. ft.
Armed Force, Anywhere, fS.II per year.
- Advertising rates fnrniahed en request.
A Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
eeoaomlo and agricultural lntereata of Duplin Count.
Dank Carolina vA
Noiional AdvaiiUlug S.apraialt!e
'American Phh Ajjicw,,m
Naw Teri CMaee
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY contained in that
certain section of the Consolidated
Statutes of North Carolina, Section
115-86, entitled "Sale of School
Property" of the General Statutes
of North Carolina, the undersigned
will offer for sale for cash, 6n Mon
day, March 21, 1949, at the hour of
12:00 Noon, at the Courthouse Door
in Kenansville, North Carolina, all
that certain tract or parcel of land
situated in Duplin County, State of
North Carolina, and being describ
ed as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
south edge of the cart road that
"leads from Curtis Halls to O. R.
Quinns on Susan Ann Jones heirs
line, and runs with said line South
38 West liHfc poles to a stake near
the fence; thence North 2 East 16
poles to a stake on the cart road;
thence with said road South 85 East
8 3-5 poles to the beginning, con
taining 1 acre, more or less, md
D. H. f
Life - Fire - Storm - Automobile, etc.
- Telephone :?!),
QUINN 'WHOLESALE CO
OF WARSAW IN DUPLIN
POLAR BEAR FLOUR
GROCERIES, FEEDS, SEEDS
MILFORD QUINN. Mr.
k Warsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAIN ERS OK LOWEK
, - PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS '
. ' (Next Door to A&P) .
Both Wholesale and Retail '
' , . . , . . . - '
Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishmaii '
WILLIS BARTLKTT 5 , .
FREE . Phone 239-1 r ':-WB
dressing warsaw! .v. c. . deliver.
7: (Bill) VILLIAMi0:i
;.. In KcnensviHo
being the same lands, as described
in a deed to the Board of Education
from Curtis Hall as recorded in
Book 164, page 78, of the Duplin
A ten per cent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
on date of sale, as evidence, of geed
Advertised this the lit day of
R. M. Carr, Chairman,
Board of Eaucatlen ef
O. P. Johnson, Secretary
Having this day qualined as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Willie
(Bee) Jones Outlaw Grady estate,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate to present
their claims within one of last
publication of this notice, or this
notice will be plead in bar ofj their
recovery. All person), indebted to
said estate will please make Inline-
truk "tonus . finely cut
The Qulaa-HoGewea Co.
NORTH I WROI l
: ,5 nam,. I" i' " t
!1 i' lnl.rn.tion.1 Uattn . k
LJ iiLL 1 -Sun, Sr-hall t..- m r
: SCRIPTURXl Mark JC-Mt Lake
rftEVOTlONAl. RliUHNO: "Matthew
10:5-16. i . .- "
Leadership Sc! ool
Lesson for March 10. Itt8 1
IT TAKES more than a ct.ll of God
to be a Christian leader. It takes
study, it takes work. The call is
: necessary, of course, but it is not
all. Jesus set the
i church an example
here as always. He
called his Twelve;
but he was not so
foolish as to think
that lust because he
had called them
they were all- ready
to go out and, tak4
the lead. Jesus but
them through' wat pr Foreman
may be.tqrtled'vfiei . - -V ;
first Leadership: Training SehooJ in
the history of the! Christian church.
Who Was Enrolled?
THE TWELVE Apostles were the
training class. Not all Jesus'
disciples were equal to It; perhaps
some of them actually -did not have
the time. But these Twelve bad al
ready been set off from the others,
not because they were better men,
but in order to do more direct ser
vice in Christ's name. There was
nothing formal about Jesui' training
It met wherever he was at the
time in a noose, e by the
roadside, or en a hin-tep. There ,
were no act hows, ao textbooks,
credlU or diplomas.
Jesus kept it going to the very
end, for even after the Resurrection,
as Luke tells us (in Acts 1) be was
still teaching his Twelve.
I a a
What Did They Study?
THERE WAS no printed circular,
no bulletin, no prospectus or
catalogue., All the "courses"
amounted to Just one thing: learn
ing to do what Jesus was doing.-To
this day, that is the aim of . all
Christian training. Mark and Luke
mention at least four things Jesus'
training-school students learned
from him: preaching, healing the
sick, feeding the hungry, arid pray
ing. It would not be quite true to
say that part of what they learned
was spiritual and part practical, or
there is nothing more practical than
praying as Jesus taught it, and
Jesus never ministered to people's
physical needs without touching
their spirits too.
Many a person new In seme
hospital for the Insane need act
have gone there If he had had
& help that's wen-tralne mln
r eaa give; . ,; ''
Ministers today are not taught
hoW to perform miracles like the
feeding of the 5,000;" but knowing
that people's physical well-being has
a great deal to do with their spir
itual welfare, the alert young Chris
tian minister of today will bo keen
ly interested in Chirlstian social ac
tion. .k. , ,
.How Did They Learn?
THE TWELVE learned by doing.
It is the onlv wav von learn any
thing of a practical nature. Memo-'
rizing a, textbook, - . memorizing
rules, , is not 1 e a r n i n g. .. You '
have learned how to do a thing only 7
when you can do it. Of course you
have to see it done, first, A boy on !
the farm learns to be a furn.er by ;
watching his father and helping him, '
more, than from school courses in 1
agriculture, useful as they are.
There is. nothing to take the place
of apprenticeship under , one who
knows. So Jesus' Twelve watched
him, listened to him, helped him,
before they were trusted on their,
Own. - ; '-'r -
Will It Still Work? ; i
rS METHODS Jesus taught are
Just as- effective today as they
ever were. Not all churches nowa -
days-follow his line to the letter;. In
fact, most churches do not.- But the
basic principles which Jesus drilled
into his first traveling-representatives
ar still food. One isfalta,
' 'MIsetenarles la um SMh ea s
tary are roqetred to tmkaa treat .
deal , mora eqalpment srlth them '
V to their field than one pair of
:i aheeev ea eaae and aa tnaty
'. parse. Vet whe can deny that
. :aay missionary. of any .cbnreh);
la China er in Korea teeay, mast
' ttye by faith .from day. to day?
Another or Jesus' principles was
direct aentaet. People are not won
to Christ chiefly by sermons from
pulpits, but by ln-the-home contact.
Ministers know this, missionaries
know ..it- .Sunday- school teachers
ought to know It too. Getting ac
quainted" with your boys and girls
at their home, and being a friend
to them there. Is what will give your
Sunday teaching its greatest force
and success. . "
.... -, (-:
(Copyrlxht by thi International Coua-
40 I'rnfaiMnt danomlnaUon.
cu pi rff vioui E.micauon on bi
vw nnu aaaruraa.
The limlersfencd, 1 ' ! g quali
fied as tiie Lxecutnx of the Last
Will ami Test&meut of M. V.T.
Daugherty, late of Duplin Coun
ty, and. having qualified before the
Clpk of Superior Court of Duplin
County, this is to notify all per
sons who have claims against said
estate to present their claim to the
undersigned Executrix, on or be
fore the. 2nd flay of March, 1950,
or this notice will be plead' In bar
to their recovery,, All persons who
are indebted tn sald estate will
please nuke immediate payment to
the undersigned Executrix, i ; :
This the 2nd day of March, 194U.
ELLEN. WHALEY DAUGKERTY,
- , Executrix of the Last Will
. - and Testament of M. K. T.
' .. r ; Dangherty, deceased, Magno-
,1 11a, Jf. C, Route 2. -H.
IE. Phillips, Attorney - C
Kenansville. N. CU&- ; ':'"44fcSi
- . notice.:
The County Board of Equaliza
tion and Review will meet at the
Courthouse in Kenansville, N. C
on Monday, March 21, 1949, at 2:30
o'clock to equalize the valuation of
all property in the County to the
end. that such property, shall be
listed on the tax records at the val
uation required by law. .
A. C. HALL, Chairman,
... Board of. County Com
; Having this day qualified as Ad
ministrator of the estate of A. J.
Boyette, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this k -to
notify all persons having olaima
against said estate to present
them to the,' undersigned, on - or
before one year from last publica
tion of this notice or this notice
will be plead In bar of their re
covery. All . persons indebted to
said estate will please make Im
mediate settlement "
This, the 14th day of February,
C. W. Boyette, Admini.
strator of A. J. Boy
Grady. Mercer, Atty.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
: The undersigned having qualified
as admlnistrtor of the estate -ef
Mrs. Clara B. (Mrs. C. W.) Csvei
augh, deceased, before, the Clerk
of .the, Superior Court of Duplin
County, on the 26th day of Janu
ary, 1949, this is to notify all pe -sons
who have claims against said
estate to present their- claims tj
the undersigned .Administrator on
For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Monuments,
Rev, H. J. Wholey
as In ii'-
in eastern - ,on.n
'.Mk F. ALLEN JR.
1 KpN7 ANSVILLE.N, C.
WAN5V,n l-E'S ONLV INaJRANCBAtHSJCV-
I. M. JESTES73L Xlkr
. N. C CONSOLIDATUD
"Fserf sf.Wiyc: '
n : Former Wc Vi I
. pr:or:c nzi ci r
J . y Lcsk Vho is Bc! Hof ; y :
or before the 23rd day of tehrn
ary, 1930, or thU notice wiU be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. .
All persons indebted to the e&
tate will please make Immediate
settlement With the undersigned
. This the 23rd day of February,
. W. L. Cavenaugb, Admini
i strator. of Mrs. Clara E,
(Mrs. C. , W. Cavenanfh.
Eyes ExaaUned, Glasaea aTUieaV
N-xt Dear Te Caveaoaaii
'' Permaaeat Offloa ta
WALLACE. W. C
MRS. M. M. TlLlGPEN
Benlavtlle, N. C,
:: Beaeeeeatattva Wmrr:-
WARSAW. M. C
WHEN YOK NEED
SERVICES OF A
1 BILL lli::ES; JR.
Phone 270-1 2siay;
'p. WARSAW, N.' t
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AT 1:S. ALL IIASTEH HASuna
, A&B INV1TKD TO1 ATTNKD.
MEETS EVERT SECOND-1 AND
FOURTH TDBSDAT "NIGHTS
A. J. CAVENAUGU
WATCH AND JEWELRY
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Warsaw, N.C Phone 361-1
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