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0 / 75
f T It r n IT PI I W TIMES
rWlahed each Friday ia KenansvUle. tt. C, County (eat of
-t DUPLIN COUNTY
Editorial business and printing plant, Kenansville, N. C. -J.
RORERT GRADE, EDITOR OWNER ' , ,
-- i Entered at the Poat Office. Kenansville, N. C.
t ! , ys' X.. u second clan matter: . ' 1 ( ,
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Kenansville, US- - ' Warsaw 5f-7
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 93.00 per year In Duplin County
Lenoir,, Jones, 'Onslow, Pender, Sampson and .Wayna -couik.
Un; 93.50 per year outside this area In North Carolina; and
Advertising ralea furnished on request
i Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
wonomlc and agricultural Interests of Duplin County.
' BrwnPTUREt Jaraailab 1:4-1. Mi M.
BSVOTIOMAI. BJS4MHO: PfaJm Ml
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Lease tee Decemeef 11. IN
L. V. Outlaw Again Heads Duplin
Farm Bureau; 500 Attend Meet
Nearly 500 Farm Bureau mem
bers met in KenansvUle last week
for their annual gathering. L. W.
Outlaw presided.- '
David Kelly of Greensboro, exe
cutive secretary of the N. C. Farm
Bureau, was principal speaker.
In the course of his address, Mr.
Kelly atreesed the theme that the
fanners , of our county,-state and
nation must continue to remain
organized if the farmers are to get
a fair share of the national income.
The tanners have a long way to
go. Mr. Kelly stated, before they
have reached -a high standard of
living through their farming labors.
Among other points emphasized
in Mr.. Kelly's talk were the fol
lowing: He discussed the helpful
nature of the service rendered the
produce growers of potatoes' and
cabbage last season when every
effort to move these crops had fail
ed until the Farm Bureau was call
ed in to assist. " ,
The Farm Bureau is primarily
a service organization to the far
mers, Kelly said, and the value and
strength of this organization liss
directly in the organized member
sWp. To continually better this
rvlce, fanpers will have to be
c me more 'organized through the
l inn Buresafc t .e- ,
The DupliOrCpuntpFaon BureauJ
membership drive was reportedl
300 short of the 1.400 minimum
goal set for this county. The mem
bers pieagea to intensity ine qnve
to carry it over.. .
Barbecue was served the mem
bers on the grounds of the school
yard before adjournment.
Officers for .(he 1950 year were
elected. They are -L. W. Outlaw,
president; My -M Thlgpen, vice
president; Miss Dora Betty Dixon,
Directors for next year are H. D.
Kornegay, GUsson; Freely Smfth,
Smith; Arthur Whitfield, Kenans
vUle; H. B. Kornegay, Falson; G. F.
Landon, Cypress Creek; W. u. Bot
tle, Magnolia; Preston Wells, Wolfe
scrane: Leland Teacher. Island
Creek; Horace Ward, Rosa Hill;
M. M. Thlgpen, BeulavlUe; and Le
Roy Simmons, Albertson. -
Q. How does the food value of
honey compare with other every
A. Seven ounces of honey has as
much food value as a quart of milk,
five ounces of creamed cheese, 10
egge, 12 ounces of round beefsteak,
15 ounces of codfish, eight oranges,
or 8V4 ounces of walnuts. Yet, good
honey can be purchased for 30
cents a pound, making it one of
the cheapest and best fowls on the
' Q. Will a permanent pasture be
damaged if turkeys are allowed to
A. Permanent pastures will not
be damaged, by Jfrailng turkeys
provided the birds are moved fre
quently. Properly grazing turkeys
will improve the pasture'by spread
ing manure evenly over the field.
. Q. How can calves be taught to
A. Place bucket containing milk
in front of the calf. After dipping
two fingers ia the milk, place thein
in the calf s mouth. When he be
ging to suck, gradually lower the
band Into the milk and spread the
fingers so that the milk will be
drawn up between the fingers. Af
ter a minute or so carefully remove
the fingers from the calfs mouth.
... A N D EQ U I P M ENT.'v
DESKS, CHAIRS,, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
jGhn II. Ccrter, Cciy
: Warsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAINORS OF LOWER
' PRICKS ON QUALITY SEA FOODS
. , . . .(Next Door to AAP) '
' I : !. Both Wholesale and Retail
H now Your I'lah or Know Your Fuhnaan
WHXIS BARTLBTT -FREE.'.
,, v Paa-tia-l -
WARSAW. N. C
Josh was bringint bJ Jastbad
el tobacco lata town cfcf athtr
day and Was sfl smiles when ask.
ed about j&t prices he bad beta
getting ThevVe good enoujbr
h g:inafi I, , .
-"And y'now hy? VI fc.3 ya
j- rf7' 'rj I lad
1 l L ' t ! "-,
Like Josh, the ker inoWy d
our state knows it takes eaer
getk piannlnf and kard work '
get mutts. That is wky t&s Jok
it Js dotog ' wfck tkt lUx
; UntPt DlrUiosj of tks Norti
CuC. t ATS Eoari is txpaf
;tsnt to cJens 'Wka want to sm
North Carolina a better f lace in
which to live. ' '
long ago, but there are millions
of people today who never use n
and dent know anything about tt
Modem plumbing has been In use
aver since roost of
us were born; but f" 1
moat human be-'
sags still walk for ';
their water instead
of getting h Arem
plpu. AB inven
tions take quite a
while to get around.
So It la in the realm
of the spirit. Jere-
snlab the prophet Dr. Fsremsji
rt has been said. Is ;
the "man who discovered the in
dividual" But ITO0 years after bis
tfaa individual needs redis-
notice will be in fc r of t;.v...
iJObvery. All persons indebted ta
estate will please make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
This the 8th day of November,
Y S. A. Smith, administrator
: N of the. estate of Sarah
S. ':. . Elisabeth Kennedy, de
ceased. Beulavllle. N. C.
a E. PhBUps, Attorney ;
13-23-61 HEP 'r.H'.K':"?
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
aovermg. Even in the church, some
people live and act as if Jeremiah's
discovery had never been made.
. . ...
A Man Stands Alone - "
ALTBOUOH JEREMIAH was a
priest and aristocrat by birth,
bis own class disowned him. The
story in Jeremiah M shows dram
atically why this was. Be predicted
(loom tor bla nation, and alnce bis
own "upper-bracker' people were
the nation's leaders, they con
sidered Jeremiah's attitude not
only unpatriotic but a downngns
personal Insult v, ?-v,r
H it had been left to the '
Ike day ef Jersmlab'a BeraaM
at the toaaple would have beea
Ma ktet To pat H bhntly, the
the ether "repheto"
bM be fat this
way: Be kaew ue mm was
te laat, ass sney
" Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of W. E.
Currie, deceased, this is to notify
alL persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned, duly verified, on or
before the lBtfal day of November,
1950, or this notice will be pled In
bar of their recovery. All persons
inidebted to said estate, will please
make Immediate- payment
This November 13, U40. '
Sudle Dall Currie, Admix.
of W. E. Currie v
NOTICE SEE VINO SUMMONS.
. . BT PUBLICATION .
' la The General County Court
Cass No. EM
They probably could have agreed
with him that a wicked nation de
servea divine punishment; only they
could see nothing wrong With Judah.
Religteai by Proxy?
THEY were mistaken many ways.
Mistake number oner They
thought the Temple, with all that
went on In it waa much more im
portant to God than It really .was.
The whole business Temple, white
robed priests, chanting choirs," the
burning of . animals. , the Incense
and the mystic lights It had be
ta their eyes a sort of im-good-luck
thought: Surely God will not de
stroy a city that contains this
Templet ...,. ,. . .1
Bat. Jeremiah saw threat:)
' that mistake. lastttatieaa, rtt-
' sala, ergaalsatteas, cremealea,
acrajneata, these are ail simply
meaae to aa end, they have ae
valae In themaelTea. Every
thtos we ean "pabUe weraMp"
is good only S? and ee far as tt
ttfta aad etoaasea the aptrlte of
' the weralpera aad brine them
t nearer Ged..
The most perfect and Impressive
worship, engaged in by those whose
hearts are evil, beomef a blas
phemy. A fine church is" no substi
tute for fine people, s. A besutiful
worship program will tkot conceal
from God's eye unbeautiful souls.
, Mistake number two: The priests
and prophets supposed there was
such a thing as religion by proxy.
They thought the priests by carry
ing on their duties could take care
of the situation.
Gad writes an the heart " '
ANOTHER MISTAKE made by
those poor fools of false proph
ets and priests was In supposing
they bad the Law of God, when all
they had was two tables of stone
shut up in a box (I Kings 3:1). They
were proud ef those tables of stone,
they were the Commandments of
God, and they were guarded most
carefully in the Holy of Holies in
the Templet Surely. God would not
destroy the city that possessed the.
Sacred Law! But Jeremiah knew
better. In the wng run, the only
place the Law of God does Teal
good Is when it 1 written on the
to Jeresalah'S meat-famaaa.
' pisihaoy (chap. ID he leeka
' tenrart to the day irhea Oed'a
sadwrltlnf shaU be net ea
tables ef stone bat est amman
baarle. Thai prepheBy la betag
faMUted day by day aa perwaa
: ton their Iwarto to the Lerd .
aad epasi the beek ef their Uvea
that Oe4 auy write ale lawa
LUCY ANN LEWIS
' VS. -JAMES
O. LEWIS, JR. ,
The defendant James O. Lewis,
Jr., will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced In the General : County
Court of Duplin. County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of ob
taining an absolute divorce on the
grounds of two years' separation;
and the said defendant will further
take notice that he la required to
appear at the office of the Clerk
of the General County Court of
said County in the Courthouse In
KenansvUle, North Carolina, within
t-twenty (20) days after the 24th
day of December, 1M9, and answer
or demur to the complaint In said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief de
manded ia said complaint
This the 21st day of November,
R. V. Wells, Clerk Gen
era! County Court Duplin
County, L North Carolina.
Earlie C. Sanderson, Atty.-12-I8-4t
Yet bow many people have never
learned this truth! -Having a great
tradition ia xid; owning and read
ing the Bible ia good; but. it Is not
the Bible on ti e shelf that counts,
not carrying a testament in the
pockat but the Word of God "hid
in the heart" of those wlo know,
love and do what God decree. : .:
':: (0M tor tt InternoU-! Mimcff
r iui .. aa t .tf a te
I ' itnMiuun. ), ..Hi kf
v -j ;
kci:c3 -cf Ar:rr.:zrr.ATaoN
The undersigned, having quail
fled as Executor f . the estate of
Isaiah .Branch, deceased. . late of
Duplin Countythla Is to notify all
persons having claims against said
estate to present them to the un-
ill t 1 S
r . . .;. r.
h i " nt. ve For
WAr".W. N. C.
. Warsaw And
A. J. STRICKLAIID
WARSAW. N. C.
Roanoke, Va. wiU hitch its wagon to a star - like tne one piciureo
above - the largest electrical star in the world which is being eraeted
at the peak of 1,800-ft. Mill Mountain In the very heart of "Virginia's
Magic City." - '
The triple-decker neon star, nearly 100 feet In diameter, is de
signed to be "a symbol of our civic pride and determination to become
one of the South's greater cities," says Mayor A. R. Minson. (During
the past year, in three-different months, Roanoke has been listed on
the Rand-MeNally business trend map as one of the nation's top ten
cities in business activity.)
The 17,500-watt star, will contain 3,000 feet of neon tubing, and
the three concentric star, fortm will weigh 10,000 pounds. The project
was rushed to completion in time to hold lighting ceremonies Thanks
giving Eve. Roahokers plan to have the star lit for special occasions
in the future.
Local stargazers estimate that it will be visible for 100 miles by
air, and possibly for 50 miles on the ground.
dersigned on or before the 22nd
day of November, 1950, or this no-
tice will be plead in bar to their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
This the 22nd day of November,
. Raymond Branch, Executor
of,- the : estate of Isaiah
, , Branch, - deceased,; Mount
, Olive, North .Carolina.
H.'E. Phillips, Attorney ;.
12-30-6L HEP ...i ;
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
sons ' indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
to the undersigned. :
This the 1st day of November,
Kathleen Kornegay, Ad
ministratrix of the estate
of wmtieid Scott Korne
gay. deceased, i
Bowden, N. Cv"
H. E. Phillips, Attorney .
The undersigned, having. quali
fied as administratrix of the estate
of Wlnfleld Scott Kornegay," de
ceased, late of Duplin County, this
Is to notify vall persons having
claims against said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned on or
before the 1st day of November,
1950, or this notice will be plead
In bar to their recovery. All per-
D. H. CARLTON
WARSAW. , ' NORTH CAROLINA
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