CTAIwYXLLZ. NCSTII CAROLINA GLkMsaaea bates Tw emu per mum. sandman ewef Me. Unless yen nave t witt u Pieaa mm rtuun, aaoaey order wttfc ade. Farmers; tha Tbms Classified ads: tf yea nave anything to aaU air sehange, ar wamt to hay, wa wiD accept prednee for payaaen t, PLENTY OF GOOD WATER FROM A DRILLED WELL. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE. GIVING US DIRECTION AND HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM " YOUR POSTOFFICE. HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC ' RALEIGH, N. C. Misisonary Meeting The ladies of the Baptist Church held their regular monthly meet ing in the church auditorium at 3 o'clock with the president Mrs. Sld- ney Hunter presiding. The devo tional was lead by Mrs. Tyson Dobson. "Is America Christian?" was the program which was discussed by Msdames Sidney Hunter, Annie J. Bostic and Lula Parker. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. National Guard The Beulaville National Guard Unit's quarterly payroll was given out last Thursday night. The pay roll amounted to $4,382. The pres ent strength of the unit is 121 men. They have vacancies for 3 men to make the total of 124 announced Lt. Richard Bostic, executive ofiicer. PTA Meets The regular monthly PTA meet ing was held Monady night in the school auditorium. The program opened with singing of "America" Mr. Earnest Gresham of Chinqua pin led the devotional. A short talk on Founder's Day was given by Mrs. Morris Grady after which a special offering was taken. Mr. W. F. Miller, program chairman, had a very interesting quiz program between some of the faculty mem bers and seniors. The Smith Bro thers assisted with a few musical selections. Mrs. Ash Miller, president, ap pointed Mesdames Jim Albertson Shelton Cottle and Marion Quinn as the nominating committee for officers of the PTA for next year. Bridge Party Mrs. S. A. Pope entertained at her home Friday night with two tables of bridge. The home was at tractively oecoraien wun uauuuus and- spirea. Mr. Red Mercer received high score and Mrs. Ray Humphrey re ceived prize for low. Mrs. Pope served iced drinks, open faced sandwiches, cakes and toasted nuts. Funeral Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Free Will Baptist Church by Rev. S. A. Smith for Mrs. Nannie Turner of Beulaville, a daughter of tha late William and Dora Huff man Whaley. She la survived by S daughters and 2 ions, Mlsi Retha Turner of the home, Mrs. Richard Whaley,). Richland. Mrs. Keith Jones, Kinston, Bruce Turner and Lee turneitof Beulaville; six grand children and two sisters Mrs. Hamp ton Kennedy and Mrs. R. C. Coley; one' brother, Frank Whaley of Jack sonville. ' Pallbearers were Tom Strick land, Leston Maready, Klrby Ken nedy; Bland Kennedy, Lenwood Eeuiilaplle News rH WALLACE, N. C. v A ,v CONSULT MADAME PEGJ3Y. 25 Tear'i Experience . MOT TO BB.CLAS8BD WITH OYP8IE8.' '""' AMEBICAtt FOBEMOST PSYCHIC ANALYST AND ADVMOB i w Gifted palmist, the 7th daughUr of the 7th generation, born with a double veiL" ' - If bewildered, disappointed or in sorrow, I can help you. There Is no mystery so deep I cannot fathom; no heart so sad I cannot change to happiness. As a reader I nave no " ' equal, my advice never falls. I hold my work above idle curious or mere dollars and ' cents. If you are seeking entertainment I am not for yon; I Will give you true advice . it that of ordinary fortune tellers. My work is different You will find me far superior to all other readers. My advice never falls .One visit will convince' you. Can be seen di"sr. Including Sunday, 9:00 A. Mi to 9:00 Pi M. Welcome' both' wi . T v 't ff -" 'i i ' Lnid In my rrlvate house tr" !r t : First Class Plumbing And HEATING All Work Guaranteed. GEORGE P, PRIDGEN, Jr. Phone 473 Warsaw, N. C. FARM LOANS Federal Land Bank Lonr Terms, Low Interest, are available throufk the Clinton National Farm Loan Association. See or write DK WITT CARR, Secty. Tress, at CLINTON, N. C. U. S. FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL LION DOLLARS MORE THAN Edwards, and S. J. Whaley. Burial was in the family ceme tery near the home. Card 01 Thanks We wish lo express our great appreciation for every expression of kindness shown us during our sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Led Williams and family. Card Of Thanks We wish to express our greatest appreciation for the lovely flow ers and cards and every expression of kindness during our sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Thomas and family. Student 01 Month The student paper "The High Lights" announced last week that Gerald Edwards. 11th grade stu dent, and son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, has been selected by the high school faculty as Stu-dent-of-the-Month. Some of the qualities that were observed in Gerald were politeness, friendli ness, diligence and perservance. Gerald always performs his task with a smile and is most of the Ume very considerate of others. Auxiliary Meets The Auxilary of the Beulaville Free Will Baptist Church held its regular meeting Saturday after noon in the home of Mrs .Jesse Nethercutt. Devotional was led by Mrs. Eva Williams with a special song, "At Calvary" by Mrs. Jac.t Jarman and Mrs. Wilbert Everton. Program "What Do You Read?" was led by Mrs. Jesse Nethercutt assisted by Mrs. Grace Brown and Mrs. Myrtle Jarman. The group was dismissed with prayer. The March meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. M. O. Thomas. Betas Go To Wallace On Feb. 8, the Beulaville Beta Club attended a Tri-County Con vention in Wallace. The three coun ties represented were Duplin, Pen der, and Sampson. The Convention began at 2 p.m. with everyone registering. During the afternoon there was a talent show in which almost all the schools participated. A few things wore serious, some of them were humor ous. Mr. Henry Bedingger, State Secretary, and Miss Ruth Lennon were present and made short talks. At 6 o'clock a barbecue banquet was served in tha school cafeteria. Bar. A. D. Wood made a very im pressive after dinner speech which all enjoyed. 'The convention was closed with a dance in the Com munity building. Jr. - Sr. Banquet The Junior Class met Wednesday to discuss tha Junior - Senior Ban- on all affairs of life, love, business, marriage or divorce. If you are unlucky, or having bad luck I can and will help you. V have helped thousands, and . will help yo no matter what your troubles are.. Read frpm Chapter Isaiah 13th verse: "The Lord is the greatest healer and the Lord gave me power to Jielp those who cannot, help themselves." Don't confuse iny work with ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. FRO TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH R, W. BLACKMORB Reliable Insnranoa Serrtoe Slnoa September, INS. -WARSAW. N, C LOST. A beautiful tin's Ufa. Tm coins to find oat bow and why. Alan Ladd. "ChloafO Deadline." CAPITAL THEATRE In Kenans ville next Wednesday. , MALE HELP WANTED: Man with ear wanted for route work. $15 to $20 in a day. Ne experience ar cap ital required. Steady. Write today. MR. McVEY, Candler Bid., Baltimore 2, Md. I 2-14-21. pd. quet. April 7 was the date chosen by the class. The following wait resses were selected from the Soph omore Class: Nell Lanier, Mona Batchelor, Janice Bostic, Theresa Miller, Elsie Hall, Glenda Edwards, Eleanor Futrell .Minnie Simpson, Regina Quinn, Ann Mercer, Elea nor L. Futrell Tiny Thigpen, Grace Mercer, Betty Jo Horne. Any other plans for the. banquet will be made by the following committee and teacher: Mary G. Jones, Reba Sho lar. Ruby Hall. Sybil Pickett, Dinah Euhanks, Margaret Johnson, Hazel Brown, Vera Nell Jones, Dorene Nethercutt, Lila Nell Nethercutt. Regina Thigpen, Juanita Sumner.' Personals Mrs. A. L. Brown visited Mrs. 0. L. Watson in Smithfield last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whaley of Raleigh visited their parents last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Craft and children of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Craft Sunday. Miss Fay Quinn of WCUNC spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Quinn. Mrs. Zola Batchelor visited Mrs. 1. D. Sholar in Goldsboro last week. Dinner guests of Mrs. Paul Par ker Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Miller, New Bern, Mrs. J. O. Miller and J. C. Miller, Kinston, Mrs. R. E. Quinn, Raleigh, Mr. Carl Quinn, Wilson, Mrs. A. L. Caven augh, Warsaw, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kitchin and Betsy of ' Virginia Beach. Among those attending the "Little Symphony" concert in Rose Hill Monday night were Mrs. Jim Sandlin, Mrs Lula Parker, Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. Macon Brown. Miss Kathryn Waller, Mrs. Ray Humphrey, and Mr. William Gerald Jones. Mr. W. F. Miller and Mr. Gurman Guy made a business trip to Golds boro Saturday. Mrs. Bill Brown and Miss Mary Q. Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. R. I. 1 1 ;i iris in Areola last week end. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kennedy an-1 Bobby and Rayburn Kennedy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter in Warsaw. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cottle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Watkins, Mrs. Garland Kennedy and son of Wallace. Miss Vena Mae Quinn spent the week end in Raleigh with friends. Mrs. Lula Parker visited relatives in Kinston last week. Mrs. Sudie Brown has returned home after visiting the W. H. Wil- kins in Edenton and J. H. Wiikins' in Elizabeth City. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cottle of Raliegh and Miss Madeline Cottle of Greensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. Shelton last week end. Mrs. Ino Woodmon of Jackson ville spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Batchelor of Pink Hill visited relatives here on Sunday. Miss Jennie Thigpen of Rocky Mount spent the, week end here with her mother. '! Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Thigpen air tended the Farm Bureau Conven tion in Raleigh recently. Cpl. Worley Raynor of Ft Jack son is visiting his parents MV. and FOB BALE: Blakemore siraw ' Plants. RU" from tha kursary year ago. See C A. Camnaug k. Bt 1. Warsaw, If. C p 7 , , tt Pd. Drain Tile, Wall Board, Gynlap for . . x . a v rvlmn Calvanl- ad Roofing . Bell and Composition - - . . M nm-tmr- Shintiea, ui v . mix. Windows, ueera. , i. J. UIVHi ntc RALE: Leapedesa Seed, high germination teat, good quality. Me per pound. . ' ' Warsaw Flour as Feed Mill 8-3-4(. C ''--'- :- un Rarrv Raynor. - Mr. and Mra. Sam Waller and Connie of Mt Olive visited friends hra Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Jackson of Mt. Olive were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dyne Brown ana Mr. and Mrs. Winnifred Lanier. Dr L. A. Taylor of Wilmington, Supt. of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church, visited the Church here Sunday and was din ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwards of Hickorv sDent the week end with relatives. Can'Snatchet'.' Snatch It? CONTINUED FROM FRONT be ably assisted by Don Bland, Eus tace Wood, Alvis Albertson, Jack Lanier, and Frank Quitte. The stars from Faison, winners of 21 contests and having bowed to the opposition In only five engage ments, will be led by Manager Roy McNeill. In addition to McNeill the Faison group will offer the steady play of Pete Warren, Jim Taylor, Lynn Sutton, Hugh Oates, Claude Walton, Gene Bowman, Ken Warren, and John Warren. Those persons desiring to pur chase tickets in. advance to the double-header feature, being spon sored by the Warsaw Junior Cham' ber of Commerce, may do so by calling at any of the following business places throughout the county: Mitchener's Restaurant -in Warsaw; Kenansville Drug Co. in Kenansville; Coombs Bros. Grocery in Pink Hill; Thomas and Home Service Station in Beulaville; Ralph Bostic's Service Station in Chin quapin; Wallace Drug Co. in Wal' lace; Veteran's Tavern in Faison Sloan's Service Station, Calypso. All Student tickets, priced at fifty cents, have been distributed 1 MR HOSPITAL. OR ACCIDENT INSURANCE IN THE WASHING TON NATIONAL INSUBANCK w, SEE OB CALL MORTIMEB MAXWELL PHONE 2S76. PINK HILL, N. V. S-S-t C LOST: "My Friend Irma. Las seen falling Into manhole. Finder please contact Jane Staeey (Diana Lynn) at the Capital Theatre in Kenansville next Thursday ana Friday. ' - . " -: ' ; to the principals of schools in the county. the various Mrs. Mary Fussell Buried Rose Hill Mrs. Mary Fussell, 63, wife of O. S. Fussell, died Wednesday after noon at her home in Rose Hill after several years of declining health. Funeral services were conducted from the Rose HU1 Free Will Bap tist Holiness Church Thursday at ternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev E. J. CashweU, assisted by Rev. J. Homer Butler of Parkersburg and Rev. K. D. Brown of Burlaw. Burial was in the Rose Hill Cemetery. In addition to her husband she is survived by thirteen children, Andrew J. Fussell and Mrs. J. C. Gibbs of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Nora Brooks, Mrs. Bernard Pltmann and Mrs. Odell Buchanan of Sanford, Mrs. Ozelle Wood, John Henry, Ruth and Helen Fussell of Rose Hill. Mrs. Robert Strickland and James Lee Fussell of Pine Level, Mrs. Lee Sheffield of Bolton, and Mrs. Darner Fussell of Portsmouth. FIDDLER'S CONTEST CONTINUED FROM FRONT cum won first place and Lury Leary second. Only two took part in the clog dancing contest, J. Baucuum and Monroe Smith. Smith took first picking contest were L. Leary, M. Smith, Doris Brinson, J. T. Easton, J. Baucum and P. Sheppard. Easton took first and Brinson second. Only two participated in the harmonica contest. Milton Dixon and J. E. Aas ton. Dixon took first and Easton second. Several bands of three or more instruments vied for honors. They were the Lyman band, Dixie Pals, Leary Band, Chinquapin School band, Smith band, Lloyd and Bau cum bant. The Baucum band came out first with the Leary boys sec ond. Judges were Arthur Kennedy it i "-"n ir u WILL CLOSE EACH WEDNESDAY AT 12 O'CLOCK BEGIIIIIIIIG WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st. WEDNESDAY CLOSINGS WILL COIITIIIUE Oil THROUGH AUGUST GARAGES WILL REMAIN OPEN Oil WEDNES DAY AFTERHOONS BUT WILL CLOSE SATURDAY AFTEOOIIS. p . -d n r j H: 1 t. : :"." JUIlii oiufkiij u. . . -j ted States should take a more definite swing to- wards the middle ground, that is become more con-, servative, (not ultra conservative, going back to the . days of Harding, Coolidge and Hoover) and tighten , the ropes somewhatin the swing towards socialism, then we believe that maybe a more conservative- minded man will better represent us in the United, States Senate. ; . VvA-'A: "-f S, If we take the more conservative view the Du-. , plin Times believes that Duplin County has the , . right man for the job. Judge Henry Stevens is a son, ' a studentscholar, and a statesman of the Old South. ; He is vitally a part of the modern go-forward age but he believes in going forward a little slowly. He ' fought in World War I with distinction. He was hon ored by his buddies in giving him the highest office , in their power, that of National Commander of the American Legion. When the Democratic Party was ' given the opportunity to save this country from the Wall Street bulls of the 20s and to bring it from the depths of despair in the Thirties Henry Stevens was called on and was one of the foremost warriors in the battles. . : . - ' . When the battle cry was over and the drums and bugles died down Henry returned home for a needed rest, to the practice oi,law. He hardly got ; settled before the people, realiing his honesty, abil- ity and integrity, decided he was the man to head the courts of justice'ln our home district They draft- ed him back into service and since that time he has dono himself well, reflecting credit and dignity on the courts of justice and proving that confidence . placed in him by his people. . , 4 " Judge Stevens has been receiving requests, almost demands, from all parts of the state to oppose Senator Frank-Graham. He is not the type of maoi . who will jump into a political race just to defeat an opponent. If he can be shown that the people of ' North Carolina really want him to represent them ' in the United States Senate he is available. We be- ' lieve Duplin County will be ready to back him up. -1 Judge Stevens has been hearing from people ouK side Duplin County, how he wants to know how -the people of his home county feel about the situa- tion. . . , of Beulaville and J. L. Williams and Bob Grady of Kenansville. Other, entertainment were the Senior singing, a -duet by two small Bryant girls, ages about 7 and 10. They sang 'Jesus Went on My Bond' and if they had been on the radio you would have thought they were a part of the Grand Old Opry. At intermission and while the Judges were out different Contestants en tertained the crowd with special numbers. Killed Feb. 10-13 11 Injured same dates 154 Killed thru Feb. 13, 1950 04 Killed thru Feb. 13, 1049 91 Injured thru Feb. 13, 1950 1299 . J k o et X' S IS TIZ tZZXZi in STUYCSU TSUI SHOWING AT THE DUPLIN THEATRE MARCH 1 i. s 4'
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