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ItaM&VtLLC. UQttii CAECUM
nf Hi.. Rrathrsn hefora transferrins
V.-': - iiiMiMETRIST '
'ired 7 yesrs
-Ihsa I tad Pazoiff
tmyi Mr. M. W., Lot Anftti. CU
I to the Methodist Church less than
year ago.";1 ;vy vv-".
The new- Unity Church is almost
complete' on the exterior, but much
remains to be done yet on the in
terior. It la estimated that it will
, Speea amuinz reuei irom mnenes
simple piles, with soothing Paiot Acta
to relieve pain, itching inuantly soothes
inflamed tisauei lubricates dry, hard-
, coed parts helni prevent cracking. Kro
nen reduce swelling. You" get real com-
' fcrtins help. Don't suffer necdlen torture
from simple piles. Get Para for fatt, won
derful relief. Ask yoir doctor about U.
' Suppository form alto tube with per
I located pile pipe (or easy application.
Via QiMmnit anil SuppeuUtm (9
tsk about $;i,0G0 to bring the
Eyes Examim.d. Glasses ."' ".I
iv i Di.-Ji f .
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WALLACE. N. C.
building to completion, ready for
dedication. Tas! pvople are proud
of their new church and are to be
praised' tor their interest and ac
A new ix p..ge loMtr on B.oal
in Cattie ana Siieep" i.ss jut been
published liy lue suae College Ex-
tenjloii beiv.ee t..a copies are avail
ube on request. ,
iH.Li Mi rnukea as one of (ha
.uipitant crops in Maryland
:.Ki-e'tie ear.itut days of coloni
'. Avr.s art i. u.i.iAiU.-i, o ,y:r ulu
son of Mr. and Mrs, Lehman Wil
liams of toe B. F. Grady section.
Every Child Should See
"The Duplin Story' -
Byt MAES "EMORY SADLEK
: . Next week will be long remem
bered in Duplin County; "the Du
plin Story", telling of the progress
of Duplin County for the past 200
yean will be given in kenansville.
: Many parents will, remember
what a bug-a-boo history was to
them during their school-days
just "dull facts which appeared al
most meaningless. The assignment
visually belngr take the next chap
ter. Nothing to make history alive
or interesting. ...v:;:.'.
i- Here we have the story of our
county, which Is more or less the
story of every county the story
Of our State and Nation as well,
told to us in a way that we'll nev
er forget r '"'
a Our history begins with those
pioneer souls battling the very
elements It seemed to make a home
in the new world - how they cut
their livelihood from the forests -the
long hours of toll - the exude
methods of fanning -'every day
like the day before - a .battle, for
existence In theilderness. The
fights with the Indians as well
SI the friendships - the defiance of
tiie mother country - to win our
independence. The struggle thru
0e years te 'keep our- country and
make the American - way of life
a thing to be enjoyed by the gene
rations from 1748 to 1849. '
.Every, parent in Duplin vCounty
inould wake a real sacrifice if nee-
t r aotrlt smntoftiB bsjp, r fcc.
nm 0Ub Bp Klliu, troac
tmmf atfcaa, larttaUnf pww, lf Palna,
Meat uwirH anS eaiw uum, 4mm
tm moXfOTnU mat mm iniaiaaile KIApv ma
BuucWr snMsMMi try Cyst. Quick. soaiptot
atlitslol mt amy PMrt"
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if .V- t
1. T7' ,:
I P T 4 t r I ' A
P - I. .4L '
l . , f.'tV. Paiuuwi KTm Mntms Oil vnn haVA .
'? OOrPLATiNQ! An ezcluaive additive ia
K Conoco N fasteas an eirtro shield of ,
I ' llbriaBt right to the) working parts of
1 , . ... ..f nf. ..fc .i I V
H" your cars engioB. iiey re cuuxif smet
ii'.iria ws the first Duplinlte to
be east In The Dnplia Story".
essary to see that the children see
"The Duplin Story", It will teach
them the history of our county,
state and nation in a way that they
cannever get from text books.
It will instill In them an appre
ciation for their county and coun
try. As a teacher, I can think of
no better way-that a parent could
Indirectly assist his child with bis
education, tnan to afford him an
opportunity to see "The Duplin
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having tUU day qualified as A
ministratrix of the estate of Lenaro.
Branch, late of Duplin County,
WAi-th rrn!ina. tills la to notify all
person having claims against the
said estate to present them to the
undersigned Administratrix on'ot
before the 14th day of June. 1950,
or this notloe will be pleaded in bar
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
payment? " ?Z .-.:
This the lntn aay ox June, iveu.
Ullie Branch. Administratrix
of Lenard Branch estate.
Warsaw, N. C. Ro.te 2.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
la This General County Court
SUte ef North Carolina,
County of Duplin.
MBS MARY ETTA SCHURTMAN
SYDNEY SCHURTMAN. .
Notice is hereby given that the
hmn sntitied action has been insti
tuted la the General County Court
for Dupun County, state or norm
I 1 J
i i Y:
; .cyi r-v 7, aii(Watl ,i
t -i iki'. -t and "Bim" in iler talti
m r plai fi.e tli Benl iv'lle scene.
' . mrm CM;t.l l-."iPniti, hnVMinm.
CaroKua ' against tue defendant,
wherein the plaintiff seeks to re
c;.vr cf, the defendant an absolute
divor.'p from the defendant on the
grounds of Annulment on account
of a Bigamous marriage which was
vo d. The defendant is required to
be and appear at the office of the
Clerk of the General County Court
in Kenansville, North Carolina on
the 13th day of October 1949 and
answer or demur to the complaint
which has been filed in said office,
on or before the 15th day of Nov
ember 1949 or the relief demand
ed in said complaint will be grant
ed. This the' 15th day of September,
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
General County Court
In this bicentennial celebration
of Duplin .County, when we are ta
king notice of many things of Im
portance and Interest, let us take
notice too of the rapid growth of
the new unity Methodist Church.
Unity Is one of the Churches of
the Duplin Circuit where the Rev.
Murrell K. Glover is pastor. It was
organized by a small group of peo
ple in the Unity Community while
the Rev. John M. Cllne was pastor.
The people of that started a Sunday
School in one of the homes in 1946.
This gathering grew into a church.
The people asked that the Rev. Mr.
Cllne to preach for them. Last sum
mer be preached for them first in
a small vacant building jaeat M
bert Brock's store and later under
a tree near the same place.
Last fall some enthusiastic peo
ple of that community raised some
money, obtained a detailed plan for
a church building, and with the
promise of donations of material
and time, they started the present
structure. Although not yet com
plete on the Inside, the church was
used as s place of meeting for the
Sunday School and preaching ser
vices early last spring.
Great progress has been made
and much Interest shown recently
as the result of a revival meeting
held September 4-9, with the
present pastor doing the preaching,
The results exceeded all expecta
tions. The church was nearly fill
lJ9eeew' ' " " 'ai-a
I l a'TTI": , ..I,
ed each evening and the number of
new members added was twenty
seven. These new members were
taken into the Church at the Sun
day service following the revival
m -eting. Of these twenty-seven
new members, four transferred
from another Methodist Church.
six from Baptist Churches, one
from the Christian - Church, and
two from the Presbyterian Church.
Fourteen of the new membess came
on profession of faith, ten of them
were baptized by the usual Method
ist mode of baptism, by sprinkling.
and the other four were baptized
by immersion. The immersion took
place after the service at the church
out at a lake on the farm of Frank
McGowen. Many people Of the the
Church and community went along
for the service of baptism by im
" It was not only the older people
who were baptized that Sunday.
At the beginning of the services a
baby was christened, f
The pastor feels that this Is' one
of those great days to be remem
bered even though a bit tiring- be
cause of his having four services
during the day. Methodism is giv
ing him a try-out He was formerly
an ordained minister in the Church
WITH A Z
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build.nj' Leic. " , ,
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, EXTRA Values ' ' k , V ' '
ore exclusively yours
at lowest cost in Chevrolet t
LONOIST, HEAV1XST CAR vr
IN ITS ncU,wMs '
veTauIck, OellsbttuUy eomfOrUng help for
atws ana pUi of Rheumatism, Arthritis,
Mssnttss, Lambsco, Bcmtloa, or Msunlsla try
i Um blood. Pint dosa
uiulif acuta allavutuia Bala so tou can
work, sntoy Utm mat sImh mora oocnfarttblr.
OH TUaswe as eraesM today. Hsk, eon-
A Gad-sand far GAS-HEARTBURN"
. WhM tautm tomiiih MM mum. painful . m!Tomv
aWfj cu. aour Konaaoi, uad uanburp. doun uwallr
toe iMiBssi ciMaaT mesaioineB tnotjii lur
DbLcliesi like chose In Bellnuw
, BwsHini bsinire onmfurt tn
datsL No Isutaitlve, I
elaTr or rMum botitJsj to at Cor double ittoiaey bck Q ,
Kli-AXS for Acid IndigeJtion 2bt
MRS. M..M. THIGPEN
BeuUville, N. C.
WARSAW. N. C.
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
IN ONE HOUR
By using T-4-L, a strong;, penetrat
ing fungicide, you reach Imbedded
germs to kill on contact. You feel
this quick-drying liquid take hold
blatantly. Now, you must be pleased
or yoUr 40c back from any druggist.
Today af Kenansville Drug Store.
and you'll choose
CURVB KXTIA ECONOMICAL
WiliP SBLD- 1 . TO OWN OPERATE
PANORAMIC V1SWIUTY f . MAINTAIN
For Best Pris t- ut.l t r
plete Jc.b on IV1oiiiiiH'ii1.
See or Write
WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR FARM MACH
INERY DISPLAY IN KENANSVILLE SEPT.
24th. JOHN DEERE TRACTORS JOHN
DEERE FARM MACHINERY and other lines of t
We Wijl Participate In The Demonstration On
The W. B. Murray Farm.
A. J. STRICKiAD
WARSAW, N. C.
STYUNO AND LUXURY
WHEELS phis LOW
With DUEL-LIFE RIVETUSS
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