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BELLAVILLE, N. C.
WEEK OF JUNE 12th
Sun. - Mon.
WITH PAT O'BRIEN.
Tucs. & Wed.
With HUMPHREY BOG ART.
A Comedy Special - - -
SO THIS IS NEW YORK
MAIN STREET KID
With TIM HOLT.
ROY ROGERS in
GRAND CANYON TRAIL
"GONE WITH THE WIND"
Your Capital Theatre in Kenans
ville is all set for your entertain
ment next week. The week's agenda
opens Monday with "I Shot Jesse
James". Who did shoot him? See
the picture Monday or Tuesday.
Stars include Preston Foster, Bar
bara Britton and John Ireland.
Tor Wednesday only, the Capital
brings "They Drive By Night", with
George Raft, Humphrey Bogart,
Ann Sheridan and Ida Lupino,
Bogart and Baft, as two free-lance
truck drivers, have been operating
their business on borrowed money,
Bogart hates the night-driving busi
ness hours because 'it keeps him
away from his wife, (Gale Page),
Raft meets up with a flippant road
side waitress, (Ann Sheridan) and
falls hard. Bogart has an accident
and loses his arm, and Raft is then
forced to go and ask an old friend
(Alan Hale) for a job. Hale's wife,
(Ida Lupino) is young and attiact-
ive, and make a strong play to win
Raft's attention. He gives, her the
cold shoulder. Ida then murders
her husband and tries to pin the
guilt on Raft. During the trial
hoy.ever, Ida cracks under Oe
strain and exonerates Raft, which
leaves him free to marry Ann.
Thursday and Friday brings you
one of the season's best. Heart
warming indeed is Walt Disney's
new cartoon and live action drama
tic feature production "So Dear To
My Heart", in color. A show for
all the family. It all happens in an
Indiana town where an orphan.
SUN. - MON. June 12-13
kee In King
With Ring Crosby,
And Rhonda Fleming.
TUESDAY, June 14
With Cornel Wilde,
And Patricia Knight.
With Sunset Carson.
THURS. - FRI. June 16-17
SOME EPITAPHS III DUPLIN
By: A T. OUTLAW
A number of tombstone inscrip
tions in Duplin are of more than
passing interest. A few of them
ere as follows:
' "BRYANT SMITH, born Febru
ary 1, 1827, died October 25, -1882.
Wh'le in the peaceful pursuit of
nis domestic duties he wis ruth
lessly shot from off his horse and
instantly killed by some miscreant,
not yet known to civil law, but
there Is one above whom he can
not evade, who has said vengeance
is mine,. I will repay.'.'
"FRANKLIN, son of S. H. and
Elizabeth Phillips, born June 1,
1873, murdered by R. E. Lee, Nov-
nber 12, 1899. We cherish thy
With Wayne Morris,
And Janis Paige.
WEDNESDAY, June 15
With Johnny Sheffield.
SATURDAY, June 18
With Charles Starrett.
Miss Mink Of 1949
With Jimmie Lydon.
i? m if,
Jeremiah . Kincaid (Bobby Driscoll)
is being reared by his strict but
lovable widowed grandma (Beulah
Bondi). The boy's problems revolve
around a neglected black lam's
which he is resolved to keep and
rear against the practical consider
ations of his grandma, whose hard
workaday farm life is upset by the
arrival of the lamb with its dark
fleeco not marketable. Then comet
a conflict of wills between the two
and finally involves the whole com
munity before the boy wins a covet
ed prize at the county for his pet
and finds his character set in "the
way the twig is bent", to his gran
ny's great and loving relief, and
by his contacts with the tuneful
blacksmith (Burt Ives); the under
standing livestock judge (Harry
Carey); his sympathetic little play-
nate (Luana Patten); the village
storekeeper (Raymond Bond), and
other interesting human and ai.i
Saturday brings the usual exe't-
ing pictures "Dynamite" is a hihly
explosive film revealing dynamit
ing dangers. As "Pete" Quinn, local
dynamite dealer, says, "I always
caution my customers about dyn--mite.
I sell it but warn against
loose handling." So with the p'cture
'Dynamite". It is rough stuff but
well worth seeing if you handl?
yourse f carefully.. i
Also you will see aaother stirring
installment of the serial "Gang
Busters" and an exciting front'er
picture "Pioneers of the Frontier".
"Colonel WRIGHT BONEY, died
December 17, 1856, aged 64 years.
This languishing head is at rest
Its thinking and aching are over
Is heaved by affliction no more."
This is said to have been compos 3d
by Colonel Boney himself.
"Major GEORCE E. IIOUSTTON,
died Feb. 20, 1852, aged 19 years
Behold my friend as you pass by
As you are now so once was I
As I am now so you must be
Prepare for death and follow
.This Inscription is on anothe.'
tomb In an old cemetery near Wal-
The graves of DANIEL, CHLOE,.
THOMAS and REBECCA, faithful
slave servants of John T. -Molten,
all bearing substantial marole mar
kers, placed there by the master
something we seldom see. ! r
"Gen. JOHN WAYNE, died June
29, 1845, aged 55 years-Thls In
scription recalls General Wayne's
marriage announcement as it ap
peared in The Raleigh Star for May
1, 1828, and reproduced in 'The
Wallace Enterprise for November
7, 1935, as follows: "At the seat
of Brigadier-Cenral Jno. Wayno
(Duplin county; on tne iotn ultimo
the General to Miss Mary Merritt
of Sampson County after a court
ship of 29 minutes and 7 seconds."
And we are told that we live In a
fast age! '
"Your Family Dog'.' Pictures.
Wanted For National Contest
So you think your pup's cue!
But how does he stack up in com
petition to others? Here's the way
to find out:
The Duplin Times ha just recei
ved word of the second annual dog
photo contest being sponsored by
the Gaines Dog Research Center,
New York, as part of the 1949 ob
servance of National Dog Week
this coming fall The theme of this
year's contest is "Your Family
Dog" and prizes totaling $875 are
being offered for photographs in
volving actual family pets or of
situations and activities in which
the family dog could well play a
Entries this year will be accept
ed In two classifications: 1. Work
of amateur and 2. Work of a mem
ber of a camera club. In each of
these groups there is a first prize
of $250, a second of $100 and a
third of $50.
Deadline for entries in this con
test is 4:00 p.m. Friday, Septem
ber 9, 1949. Judging is to be done
by a ' committee of photographic
authorities, and the winners an
.KAinced during National Dog
Week, September 18-24, or as soon
thereafter as is practicable.
A post card request to the- Gaines
Dog Research Center, 250 Park Ave.
New York, 17, N. Y., will bring a
copy of official contest rules.
Wheat Acreage Allotments Being
Established In Duplin County
dut to I
Wheat acreage allotments are
now being established for Duplin
County farms, and Joe L. Sloan
Duplin chairman ACA, wirned
farmers that they must file re
quest for "new" wheat acreage al
lotments if they did not have any
wheat seeded for harvest any of
the three years 1947, 1948, or 1949,
but intend to seed wheal for har-
V vest in 1950. Such farms may quall-
I fy for asVold" grower allotment,
I howeverlf the ownejr or opisrotor
' s -fcn A .va '' Vai-hab In 10.17
: was in luc m iiivu i uiw .
Ior if there was an increased acre
age of war crops in 1947.
MONDAY & TUESDAY,
I Shot Jesse James"
With Preston Foster, Barbara Britton,
John Ireland and Reed Iladley.
"They Drive By Night"
Starring George Raft, Humphrey Bogart,
Ann Sheridan and Ida Lupino. -
BRICK, CEMENT, BRIXMENT, 5-V AND ROLL GALVA
NIZED ROOFING, RUBBER ROOFING (90, 55 & 45 lb),
HARDWARE, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
TOBACCO TWINE AND TOBACCO TRUCKS,
WESTINGHOUSE . ELECTRIC STOVES
ONE MINUTE AND LAUNDERALL WASHERS
L H. QUINN
This request, Mr. Sloan stated,
must be filed with the County Com
mittee in writing well before the
normal seeding date for the county.
The closing date for accept ng such
request will be set sometime later,
but it will not be later than the
normal seeding time, Sloan said.
In filing a request for a J'new"
wheat acreage allotment, Sloan ad
vised that the farmer include in
theequest the seriajumberof.
the farm' for which' tfe" allotment,
is requested, and any other infor
mation which the applicant feels
will be helpful in establishing the
Buy It In Kenansville f oimcemev is
Hi-Way 11, Pink Hill, N. C.
For The Whole Family
SHOWS at 7:40 & 9:30 PM
SUNDAY only, June 12th
WEDNESDAY only ;
; Dorothy h D-iovey
os America's most famous
A Cover Girl... .
K. v with th maddest crew
7 ' south of
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-S7.SAKALL-WALLACE FORD-UNA ROMW
H0MLU UKIIEIII- UCMWt MU Un UUST.
Also "Torehy" Comedy
MON. & TUES.
Into the Cimarron Bad-
lands came a new
THE DUPLIN CIRCUIT
Preaching appointments for Sun
day. OUne 12: Kenansville - 11:15
a.m.; Magnolia - 8.-00 p.m. Sermon
Subject: "Whom Say Ye That
Dates in the month of June for
the young people to notice:
June 13-18, Louisburg Assembly
June 13-18, Wrightsville Bech
yo-ith Center (ages 15-23)
June 20-25, Louisburg Assembly
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
LIVE ACTION CARTOON FEATURE
Starring Burl Ives, Beulah Bondi, Harry Carey,
. Luana Patten and Bobby Driscoll.' .
... ' . P
"Pioneers Of The Fronfier" r
With William Gargan, VirginiaWdls, Richard Crane,
ks . -
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. . . ..
W ROOMS AW NOOKS.
FOR BETTER. LIVING
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IN MOUNT OLIVE
F-ones 217-J or UO
, An Mwn PnntoetkM - i
THURS. & FRL
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LEA NOR .
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June 20-25, Wrightsville Beach
Youth Center for Intermediates
June 27 July 2, Louisburg As
sembly (ages 13-23).
A number of our young people
attended the Clinton Area sub-
district youth rally in Warsaw on
Monday evening. June 0. The num.
ber of those attending were 7 from
Kenansville and J8 from Magnolia.
When "Duplin Circuit" wassailed,
we" thought for a moment that the
combined "strength of " the two
groups would carry homo the pen
ant, v-' . . .
The Women's Society of Christ.
Ian Service Invites the Adults of
the Church and Sunday School to
be present at their June meeting
on Monday night, June 13, at 8:00
o'clock in the. home of Mr nH
Mrs. W. M. Ingram. It is hnnert
that all of the adults will be prcs-
Daughtry has returned home from With Tex Rltter
university Hospital. - Our
uio-gnts wui be with, him in thA
rcmainaer oi his recovery.
' The pastor Is giving some atten
tion to a change In the preaching
""""F- oi.me cnurches on
the charge have already requested
We need to keep in mind our Va-
GIG YOUNG PETERGODFREY
: pnimi i HENRY BLANKE
Also Color Cartoon
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE!
2 Great Westerns 2
4.nd Dave O'Brien. ;
With Art Davis !
And Lee Powell. .
Ml -AM TABLETS
Genuine Armstrong tltim
AM rtdJo, both ingmoiu. B
atoiI color ton. Powerful 52-
uicn o-u uynspower ri.
nuscwooo l (
COMING NEXT WEEK
June 20th and 21st
, I'itk Amailag flvmbv Switch
I '! you ro jlcepj turns iltelf
c.J rext morning wakes you
ui autoniiitically. Ivory
t'Jsm cnlinct. ,
cation Bible Schools and
mid-week class for our Adult eci.
cation program. Perhaps we can
get both started in the nevt iwr
I three weeks.- , .
FOWLER RADIO COMPANY
WARSAW, N. C.
We wl-'h to express our sincere
appreciation to each and everv.mo
for their many acts of klmlrvss
shown us during the recent death
of 'Hir father, Curtis S. Southorlaml
V- : ; The Family.