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Beulaville High School News
PRANDY KENNEDY, Reporter
Mi-Lights Staff Elected
The following members of the
unior Class have been elected to
erve on the School Paper staff for
"i coming year:
Editor-in-chief, Joseph Jackson;
Assistant Editor, Hazel Brown;
1 :lementary Editor, Reba Sholar;
. ports Editors, Reglnia Thigpen
and Colon Whaley.
"lumor Editor, Mary Ida Sandlin;
Art Editor, Staoley Bratcher;
Business, Manager, Mary G. Jones;
Typing Editor, Nell R. Mercer;
Mimeograph Editor, Angela F. Wil
liams; Sales Manager. Dinah Eubanks.
The Senior Class held a contest
recently between the sections. The
contest between the two sections
was to sell the annual that will be
published in 1950. The contest de
ed after being in progress for two
eeks. The section selling the most
mnuals was to be guest of the
other. Mrs. Mercer's section sold
17 annuals while Mr. McWhorter's
section sold 45. A total of 92 an
nuals have been sold.
As a result Mrs. Mercer's section
was guest of the losers at a wein
er roast at Maxwells Mill Tuesday
night, Oct. 18. A good time was
enjoyed by all.
Annual Staff Elected
Beulaville Hi School Annual,
"The Globe", is sponsored by the
Seniors each year. They have elec
ted the following to serve on their
Editor-in-chief, Jacqueline Will
lams; Assistant Editor, Mab'e Brinson;
Sports Editors. E'eanor Kennedy
and rvr'ea Albertson;
Buslne.- e Manager, F.lvts Miller;
Advertising Manager, Wilms Brin
son. Halloween Carnival
The Annual Halloween Carni
val was held in the High School
Auditorium Friday night, Oct. 28.
In the Baby Popularity Contest,
Billy Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Miller, sponsored by Rosa
Bell Miller was winner. Several
stunts were given by the grades.
Mrs. Grady's 10th grade gave a
one-act play entitled "Oh, Teacher".
The winners in the popularity con
test were: High School: Mattie
Frances Kennedy; Elementary
School: Faye Kennedy.
John Martin Entertains
. John Martin, "King of the ey
board" entertained a large audience
of attentive and interested students
in the auditorium Friday, Oct. 28
He took his listeners on a tour of
foreign countries in Latin-Ameri
can, Scmiclassics and brought them
back on popular music such as
FHA Meets '
The Beulaville Chapter; - FHA
met Oct. 31 for the purpose of dls
cussing plans for the Trl-County
Rally to be held at Penderlea on
.Nov. 19. Mrs. P. E. Thigpen Is anx
ious for each member te attend.
Mesdames Gordon Thigpen and
Vera Beetle were elected Chapter
mothers. Janice Bostic, president.
announced that there would be an
other meeting soon to cetebrate
F. H. A.. Week. N
Ili-school Honor Roll
12th Grade: Jane Bostic, Ada
Pearl Mercer, Patty Faye Kennedy,
Eula Jane Mobley, Rosa Bell Miller,
Minnie ' Raynor, Melba Sumner,
Darrell Edwards, Elvis Miller, Car
olyn Baker, Velma Brinson, Prandy
Kennedy, Annie Rae Raynor, Eve
lyn Williams, Mable Brinson, Jac
queline Williams, P. B. Edwards,
11th Grade: Hazel Brown, Sybil
Pickett, Nell Rae Mercer, Reba Sho
lar, Mary Grace Jones, BerneU Mil
ler, Joseph Jackson.
10th Grade: Pearl Norris, Qlenda
Edwards, Minnie Simpson, Dorothy
F'ards, Grace Mercer, Murphy
wards, Ralph Cottle, Rubert Hine.,
Ciiar.es Hunter, John G. Jones, El
wood E. Kennedy, Glenn Lanier,
DeWItt Miller, W. L. Miller; Archie
Muldrow, Delano Simpson.
The beauty queen of Beulaville
high, school has been selected. She
is Sue Lanier, a freshman, the dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie La
nier .She won over four other con
testants, one being Miss Maltic
Frances Kennedy, Popularity queer
of Beulaville Hi. Other contestant
were Betty Jean Brntcher, Ju.init
Sumner and Ramo:?.-. B.V.; .!.
Teh Sophomore's of Beulaville
enjoyed a weiner roast at Deep
Bottom recently. Special guests
were Mr. and Mrs .Bill Thigpen,
Miss- Mary Quinn Brown and Mrs.
Cecil Miller. After the roast mem
bers of the class weit to the movies
Grammar Honor Roll
1st Grade: Hdward Cottle, Lin
wood Cottle, Bonnie R. Maready,
Colon Quinn, Eugene Taylor, Sloan
Thigpen, Joe Thomas, James Wil
liams, Betty F. Baker, Mary F. Bos
tic, Mavis Ann Hall, Agnes Lanier,
Edna Strickland, Annette Whaley,
Billy W. Sumner, Linda A. How
ard, Mary Helen Lanier, Patricia
Ann Norris, Carroll Miller, Romn
2nd Grade: Patsy Albertson, R
becca Sue Brown, Mary Alice Gray.
Stella May Smith, Evelyn F. Jones.
Julia D. Williams, Jim K. Brinson,
Benny Thomas, Kenneth Cottle
Bennett Kennedy, Eugene Sumner,
Jessie R. Futrall, Gerald H. Cottle,
Walter D. Miller, Steve R. Rhodes,
Bobby R. Whaley, Bruce Whaley,
Donald R. Brown, Jo Anne Grosh
am, Katie Sue Grady, Jean Ray
Humphrey, Mary Linda Kennedy,
Linda Gray Raynor, .Norma Faye
Kennedy, Kenneth Brinson, Henry
Guy Willie Horne, Douglas Mercer,
MacArthur Thomas, Fred Pickett,
Gerald Smith, Franklin Whaley,
3rd Grade: Susie Pickett, Owen
Quinn, Frederick Lanier.
4th Grade: Josephine Cottle.
Mary Creech, Oleta May Edwards,
Evelyn, Hall, Janice Henderson,
Phyllis' Quinn, Pansy Sandlin, Vic
toria Sandlin, Myra Ann Thomas.
Marie Weston, Elaine Brinson, Wil
lie Owen Guy, Myrtle Whaley, rt'il
ma Sumner, Barbara J. Miller, Sal-
Kennedy, Judy Sandlin, Rosalie
Aiktns, Lucilje Hili, Lillian Futral,
BiUyj'Lou Williams, Patsy-Ruth
Jones, - Harry D. Bratcher, Gerald
Ncthercutt, Roger Craft, Bennett
Hunter, Tominle Miller. :..
5th Grade: Mary E. TyndaU, Bet
ty Lou Duff, Doris Hill, Jimmy D.
Bostic, Randall Miller, James Ray
iit!i ftraile: Fann;e it. Hall, Betty
l-.us Mercer, Susie Gresham, Imo
e:ic Jackson, Usrtha Mae Simpson,
El.a Rose Mercer, Lou Ann Thomas,
Patricia Williams. Carroll Mercer.
Chas. T; Miller, D. C. Quinn, W. J.
Thomas, Gordon Raynor.
7th Grade: Jessie Lee Kennedy.
Shelby Jean Sumner, Pearline Wha
ley, Sylvia Raynor, Janice Albert
son, Jean Craft, Naomi Brown,;
Bobby Lanier, Billy Bostic.
8th Grade: Carolyn. Brinson,
Katie Grey Miller, Mary Lee Coley,
Evelyn Penny, Marie Garner, Jes
sie A. Thomas. ,
Split Twin Bill
Beulaville and Chinquapin split
a twin bill cage event at Beulaville
Volunteers are mighty important
to the V. .8. Savings Bonds Program.
During the fall when farmers aire
brinsrtng in their 'harvests, an out
standing group of U. 8. Savings Bonds
volunteers will be traveling the eoon
tr t i!in j people about Bonds, ,i
These volunteers are. the cartoon
ist who draw your favorite eomie
straps and they will put. on a show
In connection with a Treasury- De
lia rtm.-nt sponsored art exhibit,
"20. (.03 Years of Comics," in several
American cities. - They are freely
giving or their, time and effort to
coii'.:n-.:e telling their readers that
D. S. Ravings Bonds are the safest
and hrst investment in the world.
U.S. Tttuurr Dentrtmnt
Uncle Sara Says
SALESMEN WANTED: s ;i
MAN WANTED for 1500 family
Rawlelgh business. Permanent Mf
you are a bustler. Write Rawlelgh's,
Dept. NCK-931-J23, Richmond, Va.
Windows, Fir Plywood, few bundles
Hay wire at $150.
J. C. RUSS, Warsaw.
12-25-3t.C ; - -
Friday night. The Chinquapin girls
won 24-19 while the Beulaville
boys won 36-22.
By: TED KESTING
If you're a real fisherman don't
overlook this 'late season fishing.
You won't get' is many fish as you
did earlier in Joe season you may
get very few. JJut during no other
part of the season are your chances
of snagging into some of thexeally,
huge ones nearly so good. This
holds not only for bass but for
pike and waBeyes too. Very late
in' the season is. the time to get
really big plk. . .
Bass, after 'liavifia been in shal
low water for j while, are now back
in deeper spots. I generally, have
best luck finding them at sharp
drop-off s with weeds at the edge
In the colden months, I've found
them much less finicky as to what
lure they'll take, just so it's fished
deep and very slowly.
Now, you are likely to find them
"bunting"T-hftting the lure gently
so you can' hook them well. Ja
son Lucas, well knovn angler, sug
gests you use; a very tiny plug of
the sort that, one would use for
small crappies. These remarks hold
true of the extreme northern parts
of the country during November.
Farther souths they will apply in
December, even January.
When winter really sets in and
you must put your gear away, be
sure you store your line properly.
More lines have to be discarded
because of Improper storage in
winter, than because of wear.
Chamber of Commerce second and
that of Clark's Drug Company won
third. A pet 'parade, held In con
Junction withHhe program; brought
a first placprize to Nina Garner
and .second place to Mac McNeu.
A cloudless sky and warm sun
greeted those who turned out for
the celebration. Heading the sched
ule in the afternoon was a football
game between Warsaw and Mount
Olive high schools.
A carnival was held In conjunc
tion with the celebration with the
Rafferty shows of Wilmington pro
viding the entertainment. The mid
way was crowded with fo'.ks taking
in the shows ana patronizing wide
open gambling concessions. " -
A beauty contest and dance end
ed the festivities. Miss Evelyn Da
vis, 1948 queen, crowned this year's
winner, 14-year-old Sue Lanier of
Beulaville, queen of the Armistice
Day Celebration. Second and third
place winners were Peggy Kenan
of Wallace , and Mildred Falson of
Other contestants were Cynthia
Taylor, Warsaw; Edna Wilson, Rose
Hill; Marie Brock, KenansvUle;
Jule Sheppard, Seven Springs; and
Magdalene Henderson, Chinquapin.
i, j kj
Other dignitaries on hand In
cluded State Senator Rivers ' D.
Johnson, J. C. Page of Warsaw, 9th
district American Legion command
er, Lee -Brown, president of the
Warsaw Junior Chamber of Com
merce, George Bennett, Duplin
county 'commissioner, and others. .
The celebration is sponsored an
nually by the Chas. R. Gavin Am
erican Legion Post. W. W. Black
burn is commander of the unit .-
Red Cross Meets
Ameeting of the Duplin County
Chapter, Red -Cross, was held on
Wednesday night in KenansvUle.
Dr. H. W. Colwell of Wallace, presi
dent, presided. Minutes of the last
meeting .were read by the newly
named recording secretary, M'.is
Isobel Jones, Mrs. Marian Everett,
field representative for the-Red
Cross of WUmlngton, gave an inter
esting talk, emphasizing the prom
inent ' place ', the Duplin chapter
holds in the National organization.
She said the Duplin chapter has a
good record of outstanding work.
The interest of the local people In
Red Cross has resulted in the Na
tional chapter sending $1,000 to the
courity to continue the work. If we
are to continue our record and be
prepared for any event Duplin must
plan now to carry rorwara its wore
and lay the ground work for the
1950 drive. Duplin failed to meet
its quota in 1949 by about '50 per
cent. The chapter must do better
in the next drive if it Is to continue
the services it is now rendering.
Miss August Futch, Red Cross
Nurse, of Wilmington was present
and reported on her work in the
county this year and for the past
several years in Which she had been
conducting home nursing courses
In the various schools. At present
she has classes In the KenansvUle
and Branch colored schools and the
B. F. Grady white school with an
enrollment of nearly. 75. She re-1
ports the interest fs very4 good.-',.
The group voted unanimously
to ask George Bennett of Warsaw
to head the 1949 drive for members
and he is to name five district chair
men composing the five commiss
ioner .districts.,- . ,
George Dixon Futrelle, 58, died
at his home in Rose EU) Saturday
night after a long illness. Funeral
services were conducted from thf
home Monday at 2 p.m. by the Rev.
K. D. Brown. Burial followed in
Batts cemetery near Chinquapin.
In addition to his mother, he is sur
vived by the following children:
Mrs. R. L. Blair. Langley Field, Va.;
Earl W. of U.S. Air Forte, tyrs. J
W. Abbott of Sandstone, Va., Mrs.
l.. a .Kiggs, Tempe, Ariz., Huby
Futrelle, Washington, D. C ; four
brothers and five sisters.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
' There has been only 3 schools to
report on the enrollment service.
Those" reporting were B. F. Orady
School, Calypso Colored School and
Teachey Colored School.
lu.. it win be as lovely a Cnrtetmae u Jaok.Wernpe
..i2"...Aailnat Ha baeknround of I
a plum out of.
; "( w.i nuddlnroowder ln saucepan.
ChFo'r Christina tree garnumrcut
pie. and fill open space wttn remaiaiaf wwr -X"-
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Attend Road And
Town Commissioners M, V. Orr,
and Albert Askew of Warsaw at
tended a meeting In Klnston Wed-
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power,
of sale contained in a certain deed
of trust executed by Nathaniel
Glgher and wife, Lula pigher dated
the 3rd day of March,-1949, ?and
recorded In Book 453 at page 113,
In the office-of ' the Register of
Deeds of ' Duplin CountyJjTdrth
Carolina, default having been made
in the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured; and, said deed of
trust being ;hy jhe. terms thereof
subject to .foreclosure, the under
signed trustee will of for for sale
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the courthouse
door in KenansvUle, N. C. at noon,
1:00 P.M.. on ihe 12th day of Dec
ember, 1949,- the property convey
ed in said deed of trust the same
lying and being in .the County of
DUpll$and State? of North Car of
Una,' in1 Limestone' Townahip and
in tne Town of Beulaville, N. C.
and more particularly described as
Being lots Nos. '65, 66, 67, 68 sit
uated in the Town of Beulaville On
a plat of properly- formerly owned
oy J. iV. Greshani and known
the G.csham ..mil as surveyed and
plotted by W. D. McBtayer ' C.E.
which said plat or map js Recorded
in hook zio at page 30 of the Pub
lic Registry of Duplin County, and
being described in a deed dated
November 8, 1944 from L J. Sand
lin et al to Nathaniel Glgher et al
recorded in .Book 428 at pace 93.
to which reference is hereby nude
for a more accurate description of
tne aoove lots.
This 7th day of November, 1949.
; - f ;y A. L. Mercer, Trustee
" For Grady Mercer v .
Grady Mercer, Attorney s; ;
For A RearTaslfe Thrill
ruby red crae-
atin-tnr cnuiuntly. Cook
a tree -tencU paper, place of
cup imeaoM coconut, ct" t ,
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1 K tups cmmJ w fcole enmfcetry saner
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nesday night of State officials mak
ing a survey of needs of towns and ;
cities ih-North Carolina in the way, i'
f, street Improvements A large
number of towns throughout this 4
section of the state were represent
ed.' Wallace was also represented
Mr. Orr pointed out the dire need
of something being done in Warsaw ;.
to relieve the congestion on the
main 'street there due to through-
(raffle and ' heavy commercial vet-
'h.lcles. 'He recommended that high- i
way 117 continue - norm from tne u
present Intersection of highway 24 ?
along Pine street to come out In the
pretent 117 at about the intersect-' r
ion of, Memorial drive bn the north- 7"t
ern edge of town..-AIso that -the - r.
' . .-.ivt i f-Si'i :?.;-' o , i.
state, take. pver and. pave Gum St ,
from the graded school to the bUh ,
Khool.'.Alsothat Gum St, be takes
over from the edge of town on the .
northern edge north to the bo$ mar. P.
ket and thence to highway 24 on the W
western; edge of town.' j ,
ThoMande of farmer and ranch
ers au over America are maktnr
certain today that their fat ore wld
be bright and promising by continu
ing to invest all they ean in V. 8.
Savings Bonds. They realise that this
la the safest, surest way to build that
financial reserve ae necessary to the
successful management et a fich
tr faim4 provide new boiluiva,1
to flnanse repair and Inmrovemeiu,'
to Bnrohase additional livestock and
equipment, and te lnrar a future
inodm en which te retire. Every
f7S planted tn U. S. Savings Bond
today wi(i grow,: in Jut ten yean,
mi . . , n Tnuarr Dnutmt
'P r":?.Y DAY