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KENANS VILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TIIE DUPLIN TIMES
Boy Scout Court Of Honor
Held Wallace School MorJay
Two cents per worn, minimum
hart of 50e. Unless yon have
an account with tu pleaae send
money, stamps, money order
r check with ads. Farmers:
us the Times Classified ads;
If yon have anything to sell
or exchanf e, or want to buy,
w will accept produce for
U. S. FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN
HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. PRO
TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH
II. W. BLACKMORE
Reliable Insurance Service Since
WARSAW, N. C.
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY, lC
RALEIGH, N. C.
First Class Plumbing And
All Work Guaranteed
GEORGE P, PRIDGEN, Jr.
Phone 473 Warsaw. N. C.
FOR RENT IN MAGNOLIA, N. C
- Modern six room dwelling with
bath - furnished with oil floor fur
nace; electric hot water heater;
electric stove; built-in cabinets;
Venetian blinds. Large lot. Call
ZC52, Magnolia, N. C.
FOR SALE Tractors - Machinery
Clip and Save This Adv. Tell
Dealers Farmers -- 100 New
Tractors; 60 Used Tractors; 2000
Various Farm Implements. Send for
Catalog and Auction Announce
ments. New Fords $1200; Fergusons
The PTA met Monday n i fi h I n
the Home Economics deparlmcn
in the high school building. Presi
dent Mrs. Holmes Rouse presided.
Following the business session Mr?
Haley Daughtry gave an art exhibit
on different types of painting. Dr.
G. V. Gooding gave a talk on Health
Safety. Mrs. A. T. Outlaw. Home
Ec teacher, assisted by Mis. D. S.
Williamson, served cookies and hoi
chocolate to the members present.
Bridge Club Meets
Miss Martli Pickett was hoste-.;
to her bridge club on Thursday
night of last week. Arrangements
of Japanese Quince were used in
decorations. Visitors were Mes
dames D. II. McKay. Mitchell Al
len, J. O. Stoke. J. U. Wallace anil
Miss Anna Hints. During progress
ions the hostess served candy, dates
and drinks. Mrs. J. B. Wallace won
high for visitors while Mrs. Emory
Sadler was high scorer for mem
bers. At the conclu ion of games Miss
Pickett served block ice cream,
nut-date cake and coffee.
Mesdames Clarence Murphy and
Robert Hollingsworth were joint
hostesses Monday night to a sur
prise birthday party honoring Mrs.
Ivy Bowden. Setback and Rummy
were games en joyed by the guests.
Mrs. Billie Lewis and Mrs. Harry
Murphy were high score winners
and each were presented note pa
per. Mrs. Bowden was presented
gifts after which the hostesses ser
ved open faced sandwiches, fruit
cake topped with whipped cream,
Last week's issue, through error
stated -that Mrs. J. B. Wallace en
tertained the '' Tuesday Evening
Bridge Club. Mrs. J. O. Stokes en
tertained the club instead.
Mrs. Willie Davis and Mrs. L. B.
Thomas and son of Mt. Olive spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis and Jane
of Raeford visited Mrs. L, Souther
land Sunday afternoon. , , .
: Miss Janet ' Boney of Raleigh
spent the past week end with Mr.
and Mrs. N. B, Boney. ' v
T V. Guy 'Gooding, Jr. of Chapel
' I t' c i ist we k end wi!h
". V. c ' "
$1450; Farmall H $1695; Cubs $795.
John Deere M $1395; Used Farm
all M $1395; All others way below
list. 8ft. Fertilizer and lime drill
for tractor or horse $98.00. Credit
Terms and Convenient Delivery.
Riding Cultivators $50.00. Write or
10 ACRES MACHINERY
MULLICA HILL, N. J.
MALE HELP WANTED: Reliable
man to call on farmers in Duplin
County. Wonderful opportunity,
$15 to $20 in a day. No experience
or capital required. Permanent.
Write today. McNESS COMPANY",
Dept. C, Candler Bldg., Baltimore
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest,
are available through the Clinton
National Farm Loan Association.
See or write DE WITT OARR,
Secty. Treas. at CLINTON, N. C.
BARNWOOD FOR SALE: I have
a good supply of barnwood for sale.
Located on the Kenansvillc-Magno-lia
highway about midway between
the two towns. See SAM STACK
HOUSE, Kcnansville, N. C.
FOR SALE: Choice Lespedeza Hay
$40.00 per ton up to 10 tons. $37.50
in 20 ton lots. Over 20 tons $35.00.
See or write RAYMOND HILL or
C. C. HOWARD, DEEP RUN.
FOR SALE: 613 Strawberry Plants.
Mrs. Eva Brinson,
FOR SALE: Blakemore Strawberry
Plants. Right from the nursery a
year ago. See C. A. Cavenaugh, ftt.
1, Warsaw, N. C.
Misses Anna limes, Mary Alice
Whitfield, Mesdames P. J. Dobson
and X. B. Boney attended the Ice
Vogues in Raleigh Saturday.
Mrs. Marion Everett of Raleigh
attended the local Red Cross cam
paign meeting here Friday night.
Mrs. N. B. Boney and Miss Mary
Alice Whitfield attended the Busi
ness and Professional Woman's
Club in Warsaw Monday night.
Rev. and Mrs. Lauren Sharpe
spent the past week end in Kenans
ville. Mr. Sharpe held the regular
Sunday morning worship service in
the Baptist Church.
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Sykes and
baby spent the week end in Kenans
ville. Mrs. Bill Oden and son of Greens
bore were recent visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Sykes.
Mr. Manley B. Kornegay of B. F
Grady and Marvin E. Kornegay of
Greensboro visited their sister Mrs,
A'ljrtlc Quinn Tuesday.
Miss Macy Cox ate her last ripe
tomatoes two weeks ago. They had
been pulled four weeks. She has
several nice Magnolia, just good
size to set out. She wants to seU
them, and a nice cedar tree.
Mrs. Harry Register of Wilming
ton spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Mary Quinn and brother, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith spent
Sunday in Bowden with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. John McBrida of
Concord spent the week end witli
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ham
Mrs. Edwin Register and two
giris of Dobson Chapel were in
town Saturday afternoon.
Dick Kissner left Monday to work
in Wilmington. How unfortunate it
is that Duplin County can't furnish
jobs for our own people.
At the meeting in Kenansville on
Saturday night to consider asking
Sam Byrd to repeat the Duplin
oiory mis year and what to do with
the profits, Miss Macy Cox made
a strong appeal for it to be given
to help provide a home for our
aged men and women who -are
T. M. Rogers who has been ill
with pneumonia is much improved.
Mrs. A. H. Coward of GoMahnm
visited the M. T. Tuckers Sunday
Mrs. Eloise Willard Noble and
son, Richard of LaCalla, Calif, and
her cousin June Millard of Fayette
ville, visited Miss Macy Cox Mon
day. ; ' .. ,
" David Quinn who has been very
ill for the past two weeks Is a little
, .The Woman's Missinnarv ci
met Tuesday afternoon in the Bap
tist church with Mrs. J. E. Ha mil.
ton in the chair and Mrs. M. T.
Tucker, in charge of the program:
B. F. Grady School
Beulaville's high school cagers
took a double basketball victory a":
B. F. Grady school. The Beulavlne
girls won 36-27, and the Beulaville
boys posted a 47-28 victory.
Girls game leaders: Scoring: Beu
laville Jessna Simpson 14. B. F.
Grady Edith Byrd 7. Defense:
Beulaville Elsie Hall, Kate Boggs
and Janice Bostic. B. F. Grady
Maybell Outlaw, Hazel Stroud.
Boys game leaders. Scoring: Beu
laville Roger Everton 12. B. F.
Grady Alfred Wells 7. Defense:
Beulaville Murphy Thigpen, Toe
Pink Hill Teams
Get Two Wins
Pink Hill defeated Seven Springs
twice in a twin cage bill played i.i
Pink Hill last week. The Pink HiH
girls won, 45-34, and the Pink Hill
boys won. 53-43.
Girls game leaders: Scoring:
Pink Hill Shirley Howard 20.
Bonnie Howard 16. Seven Springs
V. Giant 16. I Monzingo 13.
Buys game leaders: Scoring: Pink
Hill Milton Bostic 14, William
Blizzard 14, George Howard 11 Sev
en Springs Davenport 12, Sander
New Bern Takes
Two New Bern All-starr teams
their counselor, RJiss Macy Cox.
She and Mrs. Clifton Chestnutt and
Miss Cynthia Bradshaw gave an in
Mrs. Hettie Wilson and son Jos
eph have arrived from Okia. and
are at the home of her sister Mrs.
Robert Burns. We sympathize with
Mrs. Wilson in the recent death of
her husband, and welcome her and
Joseph back home. She was the
furmer Miss Hettie Baker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker.
Mr. Durham Grady of Pleasant
View and Mr. Malcom Grady of
Hebron attended a Presbytery ai
Potts Memorial Church in Pender
lea on Tuesday.
Mesdames Robert Grady, Leon
ard Grady and Earl Stroud visited
relatives in the Summerlin Cross
Roads section Wednesday.
There will be a Barbecue Chick
en supper at the Legion Hut at
Maxwell's Mill Friday, January 27.
Plates will be $1.00. Money will go
to the building fund of Pleasant
View church. Tickets may be pur
chased from members of the
Fourth Sunday services at 11 a.m.
Sunday School at 10. Rev. L. C.
Prater minister. Mrs. Leroy Sim
mons, Sunday School Supt. All are
cordially invited to attend both
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Outlaw, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis O. Parker of Mt.
Olive visited relatives here Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Outlaw of
Seven Springs were Saturday vis
itors with Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, Sr.
The community club met In thp
school auditorium Saturday night
for their regular meeting with Cleo
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Barwick of
Goldsboro and Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Hudson of Mt. Olive RFD. were
among visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Adams Sunday.
Dr. Russell Outlaw of Morehead
City and Miss Dorothy Outlaw of
Goldsboro spent the week end with
their parents. '
The young adult group of the
church held their reeular meeting
with Mr. and Mrs. Plnnie Creel
Tuesday night of last week. Alonzo
Outlaw, pres. called the meeting
to order. Worship services, busi
ness and program were followed
with recreation of games. During
the social hour Ice cream and ralra
Mesdames Henry F. Gradv. wii.
liam. Sutton and Mrs. Patience Siit.
ton were hostesses to the Home
Demonstration Club in the home of
Mrs. Grady Monday afternoon with
a splendid attendance of members
ana several visitors. The cluh
called to order by tjje new president
Mrs. Lottie Berger with song and
club collect- Miss Pauline Outlaw
newly elected sec-treas. was at her
place. Minutes and roll coll wore
racked up victories over-Beulaville
cagers in Beulaville saturaay mBui
with the men winning 57-37 while
the New Bern Provision Company
a close 31-29 victory.
The men's game was close for the
first half hut the New Hermans
pulled far ahead in the last two
quarters. The outcome of the girl3'
game was in doubt until Lois Paul
of New 'Bern dropped in a field
goal with less than a minute to
play to score the winning margin.
Girls' Game Penderlea 37,
Chinquapin 36. Scoring for Pender
lea: Z. Gurganus 16, B. Tiner 10
Scoring for Chinquapin: Le.sa
Futral 21, M. Sholar 9.
Best Defense for Chinquapin: H.
Lanier, M. Sholar. Penderlea: R.
Reiford, R. Anderson.
Boys' Game Penderlea 26.
Chinquapin 28. Scoring high for
Penderlea: J. J. Bradshaw 9, Tia
ford 8. Chinquapin: R. Batchelcr
15, F. Futral 5.
Best defense, Penderlea: Roger,
Gurganus. Chinquapin: E. Lanier,
J. C. Wallace.
Not county game.
Pink Hill Defeats
The Pink Hill girls basketball
team posted a 45-33 victory over the
girls' teim of- Granger High in
Kinston on Monday night. Bonnie
Howard led the scoring with 17
year club books for 1950 were pre
sented each member present. Rec
reation and refreshments made a
delightful social hour. The club ao
journed to meet with Mrs. Remus
Creel in .February.
The Annual Meeting of Tuscarora
Council Scouters will be held at
the Goldsboro Hotel in Goldsboro
Friday night, Jan. 20, (to night) at
7 P. M. Scouters and friends nf
Scouting throughout the Council
will participate in this meeting. A
capacity crown is expected, making
Mr. Clarence Peacock of Golds
boro, is chairman of the Program
Committee and he states that an
interesting program has been pre
pared. Mr. Charles W. Phillips,
Public Relations Director, Woman's
College, Greensboro, will deliver
the main address. He is known all
over 'the state as an orator of ex-
Stumping and Ditching
Good stock of Boots, Overshoes, work and dress
Shoes. Work Clothes, Dry Goods, Notions, and
Groceries. Roofing, Fencing, Farm Carts, Hard
ware, and Nails.
Speight's Tobacco Seeds -
Tobacco Canvas, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls. '
Garden and Field Seeds
Baugh's and Farmers Cotton Oil Mill Fertilizers
W!. !"".vrT.L", N. C.
points for Pink Hill.
The Kinston Recreation uepan
ment's Intermediate basketball
defeated the Pink Hill boys' team,
however by a 40-33 score the same
night. The score at half time was
14-14, after which Pink Hill took
a brief lead but Kinston came back
to recapture the lead and stayed in
(mnt tnr the rest of the wav. Wil
liam Blizzard led the scoring for
Pink Hill with 11 points.
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
The Silver Jubilee Committet
which arranged the program, plan
ned the meeting and handled deco
rations, registration and favors was
headed bv Vice-President Bill Shef
field, Dr. E. P. Ewers, Secretary
Paul Potter, James F. Strickland,
Lee Brown, Robert L. West, George
Penny, Earl Wall, Pete Peterson,
H. F. Lee, Ross Wadkins, Ralph
Applewhite, and W. W. Garner .
"We've been jinxed all the way
through since beginning plans for
this anniversary," Bill Sheffield
said. "Illness of President Jean
Tuompson threw us back, and sub
stitutions of one sort or another
hounded our trail, but' we still
think January 13 is a lucky day for
the Warsaw club and we are look
ing forward to a Golden Jubilee on
January 13, 1975."
Sheffield said he was "plnch
hitting" for President Thompson,
Fleming was substituting for Rivers
D. Johnson, and McCuller filled
the role originally slated for Dr
C. Sylvester Green, executive vice
president of the North Carolina
Medical Foundation, Durham,
whose illness prevented the deliv
ery of the principal address of the
Mrs. Stroud Gives
Mrs. Edna K. Stroud, chairman
of the 1950 March of Dimes drive
this week released the list of com
munity chairmen in Duplin. Th?
Annual Polio Drive is now under
way and it is hoped that Duplin will
live up to its reputation again this
year with an all-out donation. This
section was fortunate last year in
that very few cases were' reported.
Polio, like many contagious diseas
es breaks out at the most unexpect
ed time. Do your bit and give to
the March of Dimes.
ceptional ability and for many years
been active in youth work.
Mr. H. S. Richardson .Regional
Chairman for Region Six, will be
present. Mr. W. D. Campbell, Re
gional Executive Committeeman,
will also be there The Regional Of
fice in Atlanta will be represented
by Mr. Herbert Stucky, Deputy
Council officers will be elected
for the year 1950. Mr. John Hen
derson of Goldsboro is Chairman
of the Nominating Committee. Sil
ver Beaver Awards will also be pre
sented to several Scouters who have
rendered outstanding service to
The Duplin District Boy Scout
Court of Honor and 'Rally was held
in Wallace at the High School Gym
nasium at 8 P.M. on January 9,
1950. Scout Thurman Field of
Troop 35, Wallace,, led the entire
group in the Scout Oath. Mr. Earl
W. Faires, Sr., of Wallace acted st
the Court of Honor and Rally Chair
man. The advancement certificates
were presentedjo the Scout Lead
ers and they in turn awarded their
boys the Badges of Merit. The fol
lowing members of Troop 20, War
saw qualified for the advancements
listed: Second Class: Hugh Mitch
ell, Ralph Faircloth, J. D. Davis.
Ral Faulkner received the following
Merit Badges: Business, Carpentry,
Farm Home and its Planning, Farm
Records and Management, Farm
Machinery, First Aid, Safety, and
Firemanship. Donald Whittaker re
ceived: Dog Care, Safety, Farm Ma
The Community Chairmen are:
Wallace - Mr. David Henderson,
Mr. James C. Gregory; Teachey -Mr.
H. D. McMillan; Rose Hill -Mrs.
L. B. Brummitt; Magnolia -Mrs.
L. E. Pope; Warsaw - Mr. Sam
Godwin; Bowden - Mr. H. A. Park
er; Faison - Mr. L. B. Groome; Cal
ypso - Mr. Herman Barwick; Ke
nansville - Mr. and Mrs! Leo Jack
son, Mrs. Robert Hollingsworth;
Hallsville - Mrs. Herman Miller;
Beulaville - Mr. Buo Miller; B. F.
Grady - Mr. Hugh Wells; Chinqua
pin - Mrs. Bert Sewell.
New Home Going
Last week work was commenced
on a new six room home here by
5 Lbs. SUGAR... 45c
Tide Washing Powder 25c
Pink Salmon ,25c
2 Loaves Bread 25c
Fat Back Meat 13c Lb.
Full Line Heavy and Fancy Groceries. Fres Meats -Fresh
Fish, Fruits and Vegetables Daily. Everything we
sell is guaranteed to please you or your money will be
refunded. FREE DELIVERY SERVICE.
Phone 347 We Appreciate Your Patronage
. The front of the new Plymouth has a masslvo appearance. The grilla
has been simplified, and the bumper Is larger. There's a new name plate '
in. larger block letters, and a bigger, more colorful medallion. The cars
look new "both coming and going." v
. SEE THE NEW - , (
PLYMOUTH - DESOTO
' NOW ON DISPLAY .
chinery, Mechanics, Personal Heal
th, Public Health, Architecture, and
Reptile Study. 1
Troop 35, Wallace: The following
Merit Badges; Harvey ' McLean:
Woodwork, Poultry Keeping.
Henry McLean: Poultry Keeping.
Ray Wells: Hiking and Home Re
pairs. ' t , Vy.'V
Thurman Fields: Woodwork.
Troop 48, Faison:- Scouts James
Robert Cooper, Tommy Avent, Ben
Hbbbs, Jr., J. C. Warren, Charles
Bell, Cecil Daughtry, Bobby Wil
liamson received Second .Class
Rank. ,.. .'. v
Brooks Cates received Star Rack
and Public Health Merit Badge.
Troop 48 placed first in the Coun
tywide Rally and Troop 40 of B. F.
Grady School came In . second.
These two troops compete for top
honors at the Council-wide ' Rally
in Goldsboro on February 8,' 1950.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott of near
Warsaw. The new home is located
on the Beulaville highway just west
of Rutledge Cemetery. - i ,
Auction Sale! At
There will be an auction sale at
the Model Theatre in Beulaville
Friday night. All proceeds will go
for the benefit of the PolioDrive.
The sale is being sponsored by the
Beulaville Civics Club. Any and all
donations that may be auctioned
in spite of bad weather there were
nine members present.
follow -1 w!'h pi. ' , r ,
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