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COUM'Y BASKET BALL GAi,.
4 , Former Carolina cage star, Ccy
Carson, clearly shows that he's "on
Carson, All-Southern forward
,'imd Southern Conference high
scdrer.last year, is now lending his
snapshooting talents to the Caro
Undefeated in 3 years of play, the
Clowns will meeet the Beulaville
All-Stars in a doubleheader in Ke
nan Memorial Auditorium in Kl
nansville Saturday, Feb. 18.
The Wallace and Faison all-star
teams will meet in the first game of
the twin bill at seven o'clock.
Magnolia Beats Lejeune
'.. Girls Game:
Magnolia . 9 15 10 9
Camp Lejeune 8 11 6 8 33
High scorers for Magnolia: Paul
ine Evans 21, Irene Herring 12. For
Camp Lejeune: Penny Stepka 21,
Mary Connelly 8.
Best defense. Magnolia: Sally
Jones. For Camp Lejeune: Esther
Henderson, Georgia Burgess.
Pink Hill - Kinston Divide
Kinstan's Recreation Dept. In
termediates defeated " Pink Hill
boys 43 - 36 at Pink Hill Monday
night, but thePink Hill girls sal
vaged a split with Kinston by scor
ing a 63 - 48 victory over the Gran
ger High School girls.
Williams Blizzard with 14 points
and George Howard with 11 led
scoring for Pink Hill boys. Shirley
Howard accounted for 28 points
and Bonnie Howard 15 for the Pink
Hill girls. Pink Hill's effective
standouts in the girl's game were
Mary Edna Harper, Betty Biitt
Perkins and Sally Howard. Ton.
Byrd was best on defense for Pink
"Pink Hill Takes Two
Pink High High School defeated
Southwood,' twice at Southwtood
Wednesday night. The boys scored
a 58 t; 51 victory while the gh'ls
won SA 'j 37.
Girl iome leaders: scoring - Pink
Hill, Bonnie Howard 24, Shirley
Howard 17. Southwood, Betty Lof
ton 13. Defense: Pink Hill, Ann
Ruffin, Jeannette Howard. Soulh
wood, Rosemary King.
Boys game leaders: scoring, Mil
ton Bostic 17, Bobby Hicks 16, Win.
Blizzard 14. Southwood, Kenneth
King 22, Elwood Baker 14. De
fense: Pink Hill, Tom Byrd. South
wook, Kent King.
Officials - Roland Paylor and
Wheatswamp - Pink Hill
: The Pink Hill girls defeated the
wneai swamp girls 58 to 37 at
Pink, Hill Friday night, but the
Wheat Swamp boys beat the Pink
Hill 70 to 38 in the second game.
Girl game leaders: scoring, Pink
Hill - Bonnie Howard 28, Shirley
Howard 18. Wheat Swamp - Chris
tine Waters 16, Harrell 15. De-
1 -k S :
Wiaugh 10 Miriam Hearn 10. ' ,
Best defensive player for Burgaw;
Mae Blalte,. Barbara Carr, Annie
Zawackte; ypr-lwallace: Grace Sal
man, Frances Jofaes, Helen. Will
lams. ' ' .fa'- : VW:
Jean BorgepuJt's shottin the. last''
secon'dwfif , the 'game won or8u).
Boys Game: . r .".
Wallace 15 2 4 1.-23
Burgaw: ,2 2.5-12
ill ah ' scorer for "burgaw: rJoe
Johnson.- For Wallace: Norman
ITanlison. " '.' ' ' "'
Bet defensive player for Bur-
gav: Charles E. Sparkman, Best
dcfensive.piayer or WallaeJanies;
Faires.- - . if ?
Piney Grove FaisoiTSplit
Glris-Game:.. :" H't . ,
Piney Grovfr . ft 6.3 825
Faison .. .. . 214
High scorer for Piney Groite: Lena
Sanderson 10. Faison: Lorraine Sut
Best defensive player for Piney
Grove: Faye Daughtry, Elizabeth
Thornton, Geneva Best. FaiCon:
Carrie' Jean McCullen,- Mary Ellen
Faison 31, Piney Grove 26.
High' scorers for Piney Grove:
Frank Boyette 10, Carroll Joyner
10. Faison: Jerry Fouts 6, Donald
Best defense for Piney Grove:
Goidon Joyner. Faison: Whelles.
Clinton - Wallace Split
lar Heel football end Kenny
Powell, who was chosen on NEA's
All-American Defensive team this
past year, tries out his ball-hand
ling talents on the basketball court.
Kenny is a member of the Caro
lina Clowns' basketball team which
meets Die Beulaville All-Stars in
Kenan Memorial Auditoriuum in
Kenansville Saturday, Feb. 18.
Two all-star teams, Wallace and
raison ,will meet in a preliminary
game at 7 o'clock.
Clinton 10 9 5
Wallace 8 5 9 931
High scorers for Clinton: Betty
LpvpII 23. For Wallace:: Betty
White 11. Miriam Hearn 11.
Best defense for Clinton :S. Wil
linmsnn. Wallace: Grace Salman
and Helen Williams.
Clinton 9 15 13 1653
Wallace 14 18 11 1154
High scorers for Wallace: Archie
Faints 17, Norman Hardison 10.
Clinton: Roberson 18, Corbett 10.
Best defense for Wallace: Jimmy
Herring, Archie Faires. Clinton;
Denton, and Brick.
19th victory in 21 games for Wal
Two To Mt. Olive
Mt. Olive High School teams took
bo!h ends of a double-header from
Warsaw Friday night of last- week
n the Warsaw court
T!. Olive boys won by two points
31-20. Eugen Davis and Durald Wil
son led scoring for Mt. Olive with
12 and 8 points, while Davis and
Pete Kelly were outstanding on
Ml. Olive girls racked up a 33.15
win over Warsaw with Peggy Wolf'
cui, ( ling -zt points. Hilda Hatch
assKslL'd with 4 points, Pashia Joy
ner and Maxine Lane were good
II. C UrFrafernifyf
..Chapel HilL Feb. tl.-tresslng
the' r"hecesity and desirability of
havfhg stability In the law," Emery
B." Penny, associate justice of the
North Carolina Supreme Court,
saW in an address here last night
that "the doctrine of following long
established principles of lav has
been" defended "with increasing vig
or In recent years.: , , ; i
- Criticism of the doctrine fails to
t&e into consideration the utter
confusion 'fend ' uncertainty that
would follow the abandonment of
this long established'jwinciple," ho
declared. "The greatest danger of
non-adherence to the doctrine Is
the possiblity that judges will
write their own individual views of
Justice Denny addressed a mon
thly dinner meeting at the Carolina
Inn' of the Battle Senate Chapter
of Delta Theta Phi, law fraternity
of the University of .North Carolina.'
Norwood Boney, Jr. of Kenansville,
dean of the Senate, presided, and
George Varin, Winston-Salem, In
troduced the speaker.. Guests at
the. dinner- included. Dean Henry P.
Brandis, Jr., of ' the Law.-, School,
and Profs. Robert H. Wettach and
Herbert R. Baer "of the . law fac
ulty. ; ' - :
Best defensive players for Beu
laville: Cherry Raynor, Tyja Thig
pen. For B.F; Grady: Maybec
Outlaw, Hazel Stroud.
In an earlier game this week,
Beulaville beat Kenansville, 41-22.
B. F. Grady 2-11 6 928
Beulaville . .'14 13 19 955
High scorer for Beulaville: Pete
Weston 11. High acorfirs for B. F.
Grady: Alfred Wells 20, Jimmy
Williams 5. -
Best defense for Beulaville; El
vis Miller, ' M'irrphy Thigpen. Best
defense for B. F. Grady: Johnny
In an earlier game this week
Beulaville defeated Kenansville by
a score of 30-29.'
Waccamaw Bank and 'Trust Com
pany Directora; Front row, B. L.
Nesmith, Vice -.President of the
bank in Tabor City; Glenn F.
Strole, farmer and Dairyman of
Chadbourn; C. L. Tate, vice presl
den of the bank in Chadbourn; and
J. S. Bowers, construction contract
or of Raleigh and WhiteviUe. Back
row. K. Clyde Council, Tool Manu-
facturer of Wananish; Dr.
Sadler, PhyticUn . of WhiteviUe;
and W. B. Lennon. vice presldeit
of the bank In Fairmont-. , ,i
Miss Elsie Byrd of Rocky Mount
spent the week end at her home
-. Miss Ramona Herring of Camp
bell College was home for the week
end. ' :
Mrs. Addle Mewborn celebrated
her birthday Sunday. All children
and grandchildren were present of
the occasion. -Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Grady visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Oates Sun
fense: Pink Hill - Ann Ruffin, Lot
tie Bell Malpass. Wheat Swamp -
Boys game leaders: scoring,
Wheat Swamp - M. C. Barfield 18,
Ed Smith n. Pink Hill - Wm. Bliz
zard 11, George Howard 10. De
fense, Wheat Swamp - Robert Woo
ten. Pink Hill - Tom Byrd.
Wallace - Burgaw Split
Wallace 4 8 6 62i
Burgaw. 8 7 5 6 26
High scorers for Burgaw: Betty
Hall 12, Jean Bordeaux 10. High
scorers for-Wallace: Elizabeth Cav-
Brd and Grown In the South
For 23 years we have been breeding and grow
ing better hybrid corns In each Southern region
to insure adaptation.
TWO NEW HYBRIDS FOR 1950
Wood's S-211 Golden Prolific. An improvement
over S-210 with stronger stalks and roots. More
weevil and disease resistant. Makes higher
yields of sounder, flintier grain. : Superior for
the Cotton Belt.
Wood's V-51 Hybrid Yellow Dent. An Improve''
ment over V-50 with higher'Vield, better shuck, -stronger
stalk,.more disease and insect resistance.
uur oest teed corn for.the Upper South. . .
Thw ! a YOOi HVtRIO plolly
adapted to your area, i Sm your dnlw or
wrlla for full Information. . . ; ., . x
R . "1 1 v, " J -
VJa rsa w Takes Two
From Rose Hill
Boys Game: ,
Hose Hill 2 4 7 518
Waisaw 20 8 8 339-
UivU scorers for Rose Hill: Dick
ens fl. Murray 4. For Warsaw: Bob
by Porter 21, Ernest Mozihgp 5,
R"st defensive players for War
saw: Bradley Katz, Robert Creech,
Floyd Jones. !- , . . , - t -
Duplin County Conference conic.-.!.
Roje Hill 4 6 11 1333
Warsaw 6 7 7 929
High scorers for Rose HillrSarah
Wilson 14, Bobbie : Scott 10?' For
Warsaw: Ann West 15, Carolyi
Best defense for Rose Hill: All
guards played good game. Best de
fense for Warsaw: Claudia Carlton
Katherine Steed, Gertrude Steed.
Duplin County conference game.
B. F. Grady Twice
B. F. Grady .......... 2 7 4 619
BculaviHe - 12 14 15 1051
High scorers for BeuTaville: Glen
da Edwards 14, Teresia Miller 9
For B. F. Grady: Jewel Shepard 13
The Community Club will meet
in the-school auditorium Saturday
night. All are invited. .
;Mrs. Remus Creel will be hostess
to the HDC at her home Monday
afternoon, Feb. 20th with Mrs. Dur
ham Grady and Mr8b Gaston Kelly
co hostesses. Members are urged to
attend and visitors are welcome.
Mrs. J. L. Scott and children re
turned to their home at Thacker
Mines, W. Va. after an extended
visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Outlaw
of Cary were week end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Outlaw. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sutton will
be hosts to the Young Adult Class
at their home Tuesday night.
Miss Hazel Simmons of Memphis.
Tenn. recently visited Mr. and Mrs
R. D. Simmons.
Miss Marie Prater of ECTC spent
I. H. Sahdlin is on the sick I .r'L.T.u ""P"e"tS' ..
luioo ocuinii x-aie OI MI. UUVe
visited tfie home folks during the
Miss Rachel Outlaw was hostess
to the local bridge club at her home
Friday night. '
Members of the Farm Bureau
here are attending the convention
By: MRS. HOLMES ROUSE
Rev. N. E. Gresham filled his
regular appointment here Sunday.
The Y.W.M.S. of Dobson Chapel
Church met Monday night at the
home of O. D.. Brown.
Miss Virginia' Kilpatrick recent
ly returned from the Dakotas where
she visited friends for several
list, hope her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Jesse Brown still isn't able
to be out of bed1, hope she soon
gains her strenglh.
Mr. arid Mrs. C. C. Ivey, Jr. Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Rouse and Kathryn
Bowen motored to Seven Springs
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COCONUT CHERRY. DIVINITY
Coconut Is a natural for your Christmas candy-making. Here Its flavor
Is enhanced by toasting. Give your gift package variety by Including
variations of your favorits choeolsta candy recipes, eleo ; vl i'.
2 cns tu gsr 'a .. ." ii iv.;-ij
cup water , .
cup light corn syrup "v'
2 egg whites, Miff ly beaten ' . .'; .
I teaspoon vanilla
Dash of salt ... 1
cup shredded coconut, toasted and crtmbUd .
cup chopped raisins .:,cc:,..'-'
Bring cup sugar and H cup water to a VD ;
and boil until a small amount ot syrup forms a ;
Glitfttly firm ball In cold water (240F.). While this mixture U bollinf.
bring remaining sugar and water and the corn syrup to a boll and
boll until a small amount of syrup forms a hard ball la eold water
232F.). Remove first syrup (240F.) from Are and cool slightly; pour ,
slowly over egg whites, beating constantly unUl mlxturejoaes.ua (lose
(1 minutes). Then add second syrup (25SP.) slowly, beating aa be
fore. Fold In vanilla, salt, coconut, and raisins, and turn immediately
Ir.'o rreascd pan, 8x8 inches. Cool until Arm. Cut In pieces, lftxl Inches.
Kil In additional toasted coconut, if desired. Hakes Sft dosen pieces.
Broken pecan meats may be substituted for raisins in this recipe.
TARHEEL mDIJ SKETCHES
?.f . : tes mm uin year
Dr. Russell. Outlaw of Morehead
spent the week end with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Outlaw.
Messrs. Charlie and Clayton Pad
gett with their families visited Mr.
and Mrs. Remus Creel Sunday.
. Mrs. B. F. Outlaw was a juror in
Kenansville last week.
MrS. Herman Outlaw was hostess
to the AUW Saturday afternoon :
with a splendid attendance. Miss
Rachel Outlaw gave the worship
service. Mrs. B. F. Outlaw present-
ed the program" on "World Peace v
and Brotherhood", Mfss Sallle Out
law presided and gaveithe closing -prayer.
Delicious refreshments "
were enjoyed during the social
hour. i i . .. . 1 -
r- towh'.'k iiu d Bawl
t.w iiisTBt1 Biarw "riiaV 1'
&gf IT SEEMS THAT
ftV - I i Mil III I in .-.
V ri .iiiS,(,a-'.
Ltn MAKE-1353 A SAFE
HOW MUCM FARTHER '
tow mn TDiwrv coai. W - ji
HOVI FAB WOULD IT BE
IP TH OAM& (COW HAD
TO WALK AND CARRY
A ClASOUNB CAN ?
r A CROW WOULDN'T WALK HB'O
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f',"-" - ; -, ', !.,:-;",
AMD H5 AOUMe 6AUAB
AND ALL. HIS OTHER OAD6ET
CHECKtO AHUf PUT IN FIRST
r CLASS CONOrflON
Stir a. n-n.i vnaa
n h f
CALL TEffi ROLL
i ', f-i-
. ;!':( &
Butcher, baker, candlestick maker.
' tor, -lawyer ... yes, and Indian chief.
Whatever you business, so long as it enjoys -your
community's respect and fills your com- n
munity's needs... it belonga. m t' i
Friendly rivalry , . . mutual respect . . ; a
kinship of cooperation and tolerance, all work- '
ing for the best Interests of the community . . .
re a part of our American way ol life.1- -'-
. ; A sell-regulated, legal business serving yon i :
.and your community is the beer industry. It -
recognises these truths full well: And with your ;
help and understanding, it is determined to
be guided by them..- f.n ;,:vh:n'f9'r'r't:
To this end, the industry steadfastly sup'. -'
norta rloid leaal control and annarvialon '. ." !
. w v -
. Mortn Carolina adu Board. A stern ton pt -
lawlessness, it wants no part ol any individuals ., - ,! .
identified in any way with law-breaking. : v- f $;0ff
' ? - The industry enjoys your respect a part
. ol the business life of your community u. and
iv'i- contantly working to hold your confidence. .
V, a? t
North Carolina Division
bNITED 8TATES BRIWKR3 POUMDATION. INC
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