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, THE DUPLIN TIMES
Published each Friday In Kenansvllle, N. C, County. Seat of
DUPLIN COUNTY ,
Editorial business and printing plant, Kenansvllle, N. C.
4. ROBERT GRADY, EDITOR OWNER
Entered at the Post Office, Kenansvllle, N. C.
as second class matter.
Kenansvllle, 255-6 Warsaw 50-7
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $3.00 per year In Duplin County
Lenoir, Jones, Onslow, Pender, Sampson and Wayne coun
ties; $3.50 per year outside this area In North Carolina; and
Advertising rates furnished on request
i Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
conomic and agricultural Interests of Duplin County.
Civil Service Exams
A civil service examination for
various grades of Camouflage Spe
cialists, is now open, it was stated
today by F. J. Baars, Secretary of
the Board of U. S. Civil Service Ex
aminers at the Warsaw Postoffice.
Entrance annual salaries range
from $3727 to $7432 a year.
The exams are bing held to fill
positions in the Engineer Center &
Ft. Belvoir, Va. Dept. of the Army.
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of Lucy Williams,
deceased, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said es
tate to present them to the under
signed at Calypso, N. C, on or be
fore the 15th day of September,
1950, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make payment im
mediately to the undersigned.
This the 15th day of September,
B. C. Sellars, Administrator,
of Lucy Williams, deceased.
H. T. Ray, Attorney
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
THE POWER OF SALE contained
in a certain deed of trust executed
by Henry Troy Williams and wife,
Smithey H. Williams, dated the 3rd
day of May, 1947, and recorded in
Book 441, page 302, of the Duplin
County Registry, default having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured and
said deed of trust being by the
terms thereof subject to foreclos
ure, the undersigned trustee will
offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash at the
courthouse door in Kenansvllle,
North C o'.na, at 12:00 Noon on
Monday, October 31, 1949, the pro
perty conveyed in said deed of trust
lying and being in tiie County of
Duplin, State of North Carolina, in
Wolfscrape Township, and being
described as follows:
BEGINNING at Timothy Whit
field's corner on the run of the
North East River, and runs South
38-2 West with an old hedgerow
M. F. ALLEN, JR.
Kenansville, N. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
N. C CONSOLIDATED HIDE CO., INC
Foot of Waynesborough' Avenue V
Former Weil's Brickyard
GOLDSBORO, N . C .
PHONE 1532 OB 2330 COLLECT
IF CALLED IMMEDIATELY WE WILL
PICK UP DEAD CATTLE, MULES AND HOGS
FREE OF CHARGE ; , .
Warsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAINERS OF LOWER
PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS
(Next Door to AfcP) '
Both Wholesale and Betal!
, Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishman "
FREE FhoMm-1 WE
)KESSINa WARSAW. N. C. DELIVER
D. II. CARITOII
WARSAW, NORTO CAROLINA
. I llVr awitaf IkulviiatfWHVf Villi
No written test is required in
this examination. Applicants will
be rated on the basis of their train
ing and experience as described in
their applications. Minimum re
quirements range from five to sev
ven years experience, depending
on the grade. Appropriate training
received in educational institutions
may be substituted for part of the
Complete Information and appli
cation blanks may be obtained
from F. J. Baars at the Warsaw
about 77 poles to a stake near the
hedge of an old ditch; thence South
46 West about 106 poles to a
he-huckleberry; thence South 60
West 32 poles to a pine; thence
South 32 West 30 poles to a pine;
thence South 33 West 90 poles to
a dead pine; thence South 17 East
14 poles to a stake In Whitfield's
line; thence South 67 East 100-V4
poles to a stake, John B. Grady's
corner; thence with his line North
26 East 43 2-5 poles to a stake near
the path; thence North 41-Vi West
30 poles to a stake; thence North
26 East 4-Vi poles to the head of
an old ditch; thence with the said
ditch North 20 East 32 poles to the
crook of said ditch; thence North
25 East 130 poles to a lightwood
stump near the edge of the North
East River Swamp; thence North
14 West 29 poles to the elbow of an
old ditch; thence up the said ditch
about North 48 East 67 poles to the
run of the North East River; thence
up the said river to the beginning,
containing 136 acres, more or less,
and being the same lands described
in a deed from H. F. Grady and
wife to Timothy Whitfield, record
ed in Book 119, page 405, Regis
try of Duplin County and being
same lands allotted to Norman Whit
field and others in the division of
the lands of Timothy Whitfield, re
corded in the office of tbe Clerk of
Superior Court of Duplin County
and in Book 149, page 534, Keglstry
of Duplin County.
There is excepted however from
the nneration of this deed and re
served unto Mr.' and Mrs. John B.
Williams their life estate in this
the above described tract of land
A ten per cent deposit will be
rpouired of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
SCRIPTURE: laalah ; 6: 12; '28; 8:
1-S; Jeremiah 35.
DEVOTIONAL READING: Romans
Choose The Best!
Lesson for October 30, 1949
rr HURT Isaiah's patriotism, and
his religion too, to see how fast
his country was going down hill.
Most of the troubles Isaiah saw
are with us today. Wealthy women
spending rnore a ltd
more on them
selves; leaders who
self-seeking and In
enness high and
low. Isaiah, and
other prophets as
well, saw in the sin
and drunkenness of
the times the sign
and symbol of national decay. To
the careless, the selfish and the
wild, to those who were "leaders"
but were leading in the wrong di
rection, Isaiah kept saying, in
many different ways, Choose
The Prophets' Successors
WHERE WAS A TIME when
church put most of her preach
ing emphasis on individual religion:
Get right with God! was the cry.
The church of today has not by any
means given up her emphasis on
personal religion, but we are learn
ing from the prophets what social
righteousness means. The church
In our time is the logical and actual
successor to the prophet's work.
The church is doing more
than ever to awaken the con
science of society, in fact the
church Itself has a duty to be
the conscience of society. One
of the problems about which
our nation needs to be waked
np Is one that Isaiah and Jere
miah faced, only we have it In
a more desperate form.
We call it alcoholism; they called
it by an uglier, more suitable word:
drunkenness. Even in those days
drinking was a problem; it cut
down the national health, wealth
arid wisdom. Nowadays it is worse
because of two factors. One is the
higher percentage of alcohol in bev
erages such as whiskey, unknown
in those days. The other factor is
Where Drunkards Start
I! GAINST ALL THIS the church
f must keep saying and persuad
ing people, Choose the Best! But it
does comapartively little good to
lay this to the confirmed alcoholic.
It makes more sense to say it to
young people. For the sad feature
of alcoholism is that it begins in
the high schools.
The Yale School of Alcohol Stud
ies has collected evidence indica
ting that two-thirds of -all alcoholics
begin drinking habits in the early
high school years.
A recent Gallup poll shows
the greatest percentage of
drinkers to be in the age group
21 to 39. Today, It is estimated,
there are four million alcohol
addicts or excessive drinkers
who are In more or less con
aunt trouble with their fami
lies and employers.
Drunkenness costs industry in
America no less than one billion
dollars a year, and has a lot to do
with h break-up of homes and
with crime generally.
SOMETHING is being done to
stop this, which you should
know about There Is a movement
known as Allied Youth, a national
educational organization working
in high schools all over the country.
Its work is positive, not negative.
It Is not trying to pass laws or to
bring back prohibition. What it does
try to do and it Is succeeding re
markably well In many" places Is
to give young people a way of life
that will enable them to meet social
pressure for drinking without loss
of "face." Every Allied Youth post
in a school has three aims: 1. To
meet the social and recreational
needs of young people.
i Every New Year's Eve, for
': tnstaawti, when - millions of
ftr""-" are getting sickly
"- drunk, more than 1,006 young
people gather In Detroit for the
biggest dry party in America,
, sponsored , by Allied YonOu
a. To establish within the school
a fellowship of young people who
do not think it It necessary to
drink to be smart Such a group
can change tte attitude of dn entire
S, To build solid foundation of
education for total abstinence. Essentially,-
Allied Youth is saying to
young people everywhere, "Choose
(Information about Allied Youth
can be bad by writing Allied Youth,
1709 M. Street N.W., Washington,
Copyright by th International Coua-
ius Education on behali of
tar WJNU raturM.
Advertised this the 30th day of
gpnter -iy 1949. fK ' '
Tin: duplin Tin ::s
u.., I -;
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In The Superior Court
J. L. BOWEN
MABEL D. BURTON, TRADING
AND DOING BUSINESS AS
HELMS MOTOR EXPRESS AND
The defendant, Oliver Gardipee,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commen
ced against him in the Superior
Court of Duplin County, North
Carolina; and that a cause of ac
tion exists in favor ofthe plaintiff
against said defendant; that this is
a civil action brought to recover
damages to personal property sus
tained -by reason of the careless
ness and negligence and willful
acts of the defendant, Oliver Gardi
pee, and that the defendant is a
necessary patty this action and
which cause of action is set forth
in the complaint in this cause.
And said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to
appear at the office of the Clerk
of Superior Cdurt of Duplin Coun
ty, North.. Carolina at the Court
house in , Kenansville, on the 5th
day of Noveruber( 1949, and ans
wer or demur to the complaint
filed in this cause, which has been
duly filed in said office, or on or
before the 26th day of November,
1949, or the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for he relief demanded
in the complaint.
This the 5th day of October, 1949.
R. V. Wells, Clerk
10-28-4t. HEP .
In The General County Court
State of North Carolina,
County of Duplin.
GRAHAM A. ROBINSON,
VS ' v
MADELENE YOUNG ROBINSON.
The defendant Madelene Young
Robinson, will take notice that an
action entitled as. above has been
commenced in the; General County
Court for Duplim County for the
purposes of obtaining an absolute
divorce on the' -grounds of two
years contiguous separation, next
preceding the bringing of this suit.
And the defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of
the General County Court in Ke
nansville, North Carolina within
twenty days after, the twelfth day
of November 1949 .and answer or
demur to the complaint filed In
said action or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court 'for the relief de
manded in the complaint; .
This' the seventh day of October,
1949. - "
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
, . ' : General County Court
Latham Ai Wilson, Atty. , v.:
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
THE POWER: OF SALE contained
in that certain mortgage executed
by James Boney and wife, Hattie
Lee Boney, dated the 18th day of
December, 1946, -end recorded in
Book 431, page 318 of the, Duplin
County Registry, default 'having
been? made in the; Indebtedness
thereby secured, and said mortgage
deed having been duly transferred
and assigned to Hubert E. Phillips,
and said mortgage deed being by
the terms thertof, subject to fore
closure, the undersigned Mortgagee
and Transferee will offer for -sale
at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash at the Courthouse Door
In Dmln Cfinty, Kenansville, N.
c, 1 1 , i n" ' ) r .n v, c-t-
BEGINNING at a stake near a
hickory tree and runs thence as
Docia A. Blanchard's line North 80
West 508 feet to a stake, Lizzie Dix
on estate corner; thence as that line
North 10 West 487 feet to a stake
in W. I. Staten's line; thence as his
line North 89 degrees 10 minutes
East 324 feet to a stake; thence
South 23 East 256 feet to a stake;
thence South 29 East 243 feet to
the dividing corner between C. F.
and J. W. Blanchard; thence South
1914 East 130 feet to the beginning,
containing 4.8 acres, more or less.
A ten per cent aeposu win ue
t .i. fci-iHo,.
as eviaence oi gooa iaim.
.hi- oath a
Hubert E. Phillips
Mortgagee and Transferee
OTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY of an order of the
Superior Couty of Duplin County,
made in that certain Special Pro
ceeding entitled: "In the matter of
Stan North et als" and being Spec
ial Proceeding No. 2343, duly filed
in the office, of the Clerk of Super-'
ior Court of- Duplin County, the
undersigned Commissioner will of
fer for sale for cash on Saturday,
November 5, 1949, at the hour of
12:00 Noon at the Courthouse Door
in Kenansville, Duplin County,
North Carolina, to the highest bid
der all those certain tracts or lots
of land situated in- the Town of
Magnolia, N. C, Duplin County,
and being described as follows:
Said property being known as J. A.
MATHIS property In Magnolia:
Lot No. 1: BEGINNING at a
stake on Main Street in the Town
of . Magnolia at Mrs. R. P. Stokes
corner (formerly, now Archie West
heirs corner) and runs thence as the
Northern edge of Main Street
South 76-30 West 100 feet to a
stake on Main Street; thence North
13-30 West 149 feet to a stake;
thence South 76-30 West 16 feet to
a stake; thence North 13-30 West
51 feet to a stake; thence North 76-
30 East 106 feet to a stake on old
line; thence as old line South 16
East 200 feet to point of beginning
and being Lot No. 1 of J.fX Mathis
property and being a portion of
lands as described in Book 131,
page 358, of the Duplin County
Registry, also see Will Book 5, page
413, of the office of Clerk of Sup
eripr Court. .
Lot No. 2: BEGINNING at a stake
on : the Northern edge iot Main
Street in the Town of Magnolia,
located South 76-30 West 100 feet
from Mrs. R. P. Stokes eorner,
formerly, (now Archie West heirs
corner) and runs thence as north
ern edge of main street South 76-
30 West 65 feet to a stake, on Main
Street; thence North 13-30 West
149 feet to a stake; thence North
76-30 East 65 feet to a stake on Une
of Lot No. 1; thence South 13-30
East 149 feet to beginning and be
ing. Lot No. 2 In, division of J. A.
Mathia property and being -a por
tion of lands recorded in Book 131,
page 358, of Duplin County Regis
try, also see WiU Book S, page 413,
of office of Clerk of Superior
Lot No. 3: BEGINNING at a stake
on the Southern edge of Falson
Street in the. Town of Magnolia, N.
C. said stake being a corner of Lot
No. 4 and runs thence as Southern
edge of Faison Street North 76-30
East 99 feet to a stake;, thence
South 16 East 252 feet to a stake
corner of Lot No. 1; thence as Hne
of Lot No. 1 South 76-30 West 106
feet to a stake; thence North 13-30
West 252 feet to point of beginning
and being Lot No. 3 in division of
J. A. Mathis property, and being
a portion of lands as recorded in
Book 131,2 page 358, of Duplin
County Registry, also see Will
Book 5, page 4ft, of office of Clerk
of Superior Court. - h
Lot No. 4: BEGINNING at a stake
on Southern edge of Faison Street
in Town of Magnolia, af a ditch, an4
runs thence as Southern edge of
Faison Street North 76-30 East 122
-Vi feet to a stake, first corner of
Lot No. 3; thence as line of Lot No.
3 South 13-30 East 114 feet to a
stake; thence North 82 West 32
feet to a stake on ditch; thence as
ditch North 55 West 130 feet to
beginning and being Lot No. 4 in
division of J. A. Mathis property,
and being a portion of the lands as
described in a deed to J. A. Mathis
as recorded in Book 131, page 358,
of Duplin County Registry, see also
Will Book 5, page 413, of office of
Clerk of Superior Court.
A ten percent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
Advertised this the 5th day of
H. E. Phfllips, Commissioner
ll-4-4t HEP -
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In The General County Court
r iirrr i p ur mmo
LUCILLE W. DAVIS
FRFFMAN V name
KMiMAN E. DAVIS
Notice is hereby given that the
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DESKS, CIIAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
Joh.i II. Carter, Ccn:p:ny
KINSTON, N. C
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Cards For Every.
1 Stationery With- A
At Her Home
above entitled : action has I . ,1
commenced In the General County
Court of Duplin' County, by the
plaintiff,' against ' the defendant,
wherein' the plaintiff seeks td re
cover tn absolute divorce from the
defendant, on the grounds of two
years separation. The defendant is .
required to be and appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Duplin County, in Kenans
vllle, North Carolina, on the 14th
of November, 1949, and to answer
or demur- to the complaint which
has been field In said office on or
before December lOthf 1949, or the
relief demanded in. said complaint v
shall be granted to the plaintiff.
This the 13th day pi October,'
&iimb-.;WeBi, Clerk ;
WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME
iU'Vrfv Billy Tyndall
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Undertakers T Embalmers .
Home , of ML Olive Burial
Phone 240- , .Mt, OUve, N. C.
1 Warsaw And
A. J. STRICKLAND
WARSAW, N. C.
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