THE DUPLiN TIMES
Duplin County Training School Hews
: DRAMATIC CLUB
TbeDramatic Club oi Duplin
County Training School climaxed
, Its activities of the current schoal
,' term with the production of the
, three-act comedy "Take It Easy"
Friday evening, Feb. 17, Mylle
Cobb, of the Senior CLaag, t tarred
. In the leading role a Mr. HI gate,
a forgetful and erratic society mat-
: ron, who n her mad scramble to
keep from being outdone in her
social set, decides to have her por
trait painted, by an artist, Tom
Laurep.ce, played by William Lynch,
whom" she had ordered from the
house a week before while ffe was
visiting her daughter, Nancy, play
ed by Evelina Moore. Supporting
the principals were Earl Slocum as
, Lon Torrence, a house painter; Mat
thew Stevens as John Flore nr. a
-mysterious character; Mary Ed
wards as Florence, the maid; Willie
Blackmon as Phillip, the butler;
Nancy Butler as Mary, the out
spoken cook; Morris Blount as Ar
thur, the mlschlivlous yard boy;
and Cluey Hargrove as Beagle
Jones the detect jve. Supervising
this hilarious production was Mrs.
M. H. Belton, Adviser to the Drama
The school office last week -n-nounced
the Honor Students of the
Graduating Class of 1950. Top scho
lastlc honors went to Mary P.
Wright with 185 honor points. In
second place with 175 points js My
lle P. Cobb. A total of 18 students
are scheduled to receive diplomas
at graduating exercises to be held
In mid-May. Honor ranks are de
termlned by assigning numerical
values to semester grades.
The second edition of "D. C. T.
MEMOIRS", a pictorial review of 5
activities of the school during the
current term in now ready to go
to the press.-The Annual, sponsored
by the Senior Class, is being dedl
cated to the P. T. A. of the school.
Patrons and friends desiring a copy
are urged to place their orders as
soon as possible. Copies are limited
COMMUNITY MALE CHORUS
The - Community Male Chorus
will celebrate its first anniversary
with a program of sacred music in
the school audjtorlum Sunday af
ternoon, March 5 at 5:00 p. m. The
public is cordially invited. J. C.
Thompson is president of the or
ganization. Miss Inez Brown of the
local school staff will direct the
Faison 22, Wallace 21
High scorers for Faison: Howard
8, Faison, 8. High scorers for Wal
lace: Hearn 9, White 7. Best de
fense for Faison, Hobbs; for Wal
lace, Jones and Williams.
- Duplin County Conference game.
Wallace 40, Fajson 27
High scorers for Faison: Precy-
the 14, Adams 5. For Wallace: Her
ring 9, Henderson 8. Best defense
for Wallace, Faires, Henderson.
Best defense for Faison, Cates,
Wheless. Conference game.
Rose HU 28, Faison 18
Girls Game -Last
gome of season for Faison
High scorer for Rose Hill, Scott
17: high scorer for Faison, Sutton 8.
Best defense for Rose Hill, Waters;
for Faison, McCuullen.
Rose Hill 30, Faison 28
Last come of season for Faison
High scorers for Rose Hill, Mur
ray 11, Fussell 10; For Faison, Fouts
Best defense for Rose Hill, Dick-
ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING
Bailey Esso Station
Under The Managership Of
J. B. BAILEY D. W. BAILEY
Your Patronage Will Re Annreciated
ton, Cavenaugh; for Faison, B. Pre
eythe, ' H. '" Precythe,:' Conference
game. ' '
MUSIC DEPT. PLANS PAGEANT
Rehearsals- for "Shall We Inhe
fit"; a pageant of Negro life and
history, have reached the - point
that the performance date can soon
be set: Mrs. West. ' director ' 01
School Music reports, The pageant
portrays the Negro in his native
setting. In Africa and brings him
to the present day. The cast will in
elude Attfordximatelv 80 oersona In
eluding . 'the Glee Club; Speech
Choir and Dance Groups.
The Speech Choir, composed of
members of the 7th and 8th grades,
acting as narrator, wtil give a run
ning commentary of the action
throughout the pageant. The Dance
Groups will render several num
bers including both native and mod
em interpretative dances. The
Glee Club will furnish the musical
setting -for the action and dances.
Public performance date has been
tentatively fixed as March 31. The
public is cordially invited and a
special section is being reserved
for white friends who are being
asked to come.
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
of the Old arrangement for sewage
The sewage disposal plant has
been in operation for a number of
years and has in recent years be
come outgrown and a constant men
ace to the health of townspeople.
These improvements will be a
great asset to the people of Fai
son. in any program of develop
ment that town might have, chances
of success would be greatly enhan
This step forward was encouraged
under the leadership of the follow
ing: L. D. Grtiome, mayor; C. R.
Lewis, C. D. McCullen, Geo. .H.
Cates, Perry Lewis and John Fai
son; town commissioners.
Garden Club Has
The Faison Garden Club has 22
members. Officers are Mrs. I. R.
Faison, Pres; Mrs. C. D. Lee, Vice
Pres; Mrs. C. R. Lewis, Secty; Mrs.
N. K. Oates, Treas; Mrs. W. T.
Hines Librarian; and Mrs. Z. A.
The theme for the year is "Pleas
ures and Problems in Flower Ar
Their programs have been inter
esting with Mr .Claude Moore, Mrs.
Joe Boyette, Mr. Clyde Patten, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Holmes, Mr. John
Harris, Mrs. C. S. Smith and Mrs.
Frank Cox as guest speakers.
Prizes are awarded for the best
exhibits at each of the ten monthly
Trieetings. ' " -
The club is sponsoring an azalea
- -Last Month the club staged a suc
cessful flower show, o . , ,
Meet at Stanford
Following the evening service at
the Stanford .Presbyterian Church
Sunday, Feb. 26, the congregation
will hold a meeting to elect new
Elders and Deacons. Present Elders
are H. C Brogden, Simon Qulnn,
and J. E. Roberts. Deacons are Cal
vin Joy ner, Wayne Roberta, and
Randall Hargrove, church treas. '
Two Elders and three Deacons
will be elected to Increase the size
of the two boards. '
Also at the meeting a financial
budget for the coming year, which
begins . April 1st,' will be adopted,
and every member canvass made.
' Sunday School is held each Sun
day at 10:30 a.m., and preaching
on the 2nd and 4th Sunday even
ings at 7 o'clock. The public is In
vited to attend. ; '
Rose Hill Club
Through the efforts of the Rose
Hill Music Club, whose president
is Miss Estelle Fussell, the North
Carolina Little Symphony was pre
sented In two concerts in Rose Hill
on Monday Feb. 13. The afternoon
concert given In the school for the
local children was both educational
and entertaining. Dr. Swalin, di
rector, commended the children
and teachers for the advance prep
aration made for the concert ,
The evening concert was present
ed in the Rose Hill Theatre was
one of the most enjoyable events
of the season for music lovers in
Dupulin and surrounding counties.
Presenting the Symphony In
Rose Hill is the biggest thing cul
turally and financially that has
ever been undertaken by the Music
Club. ' .
A committee representing the
Civitan Club assisted the following
music club members in the member
ship drive: Mesdames L. A. Wilson,
W. H. HalL L. K. Alderman, H. C.
Marshall, W. H. Saunders, S. E.
Buutler, Jack Cooper, A. B. Wells,
E. G. Murray, L. B. Brummitt,
-Granville Sheffield, H. G. Ward.
D. B Herring, S. V. Wilklns, and
Miss Annie Kathryn Bland. Mrs.
L. A. Wilson led the committee In
membership 'sales and the house
was completely sold out In advance.
Many requests for tickets could not
be taken care of as there were no
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' . H. E. Latham, community chair
man, extended his appreciation for
the splendid cooperation shown by
everyone In Rose Hill and nearby
Kenans vllle SS, B. F. Grady 80
Girls Game. ,
' High scorers for Kenansville:
Betty Whitfield 22 points. Katie
Mae Qulnn 9 points, Sarah Waters
29 points,' Best defensive players:
Mary Beth Southerland, Hazel
Parker and Mary Summerlin. ' ,
Best defensive player for Grady:
: Kenansville 49, B. F. Grady 28
B. F. Grady 3 4 13 828
Kenansville .... ..... 8 14 10 1749
. High' scorer for B. F. Grady: Al
fred Wells 18. High scorers for Ke
nansville: Bobby Ingram 29, Wen
Best on defense for B. F. Grady:
Ray Manning. Best defensive player
for Kenansville: Billy Summerlin
and Doralc Alphln.
BenlavUIe 47, Rose HU1 tt.
Rose Hill 2 8 6 1428
Beulaville . 7 9 14 1747
High scorers for "Rose Hill: Ben
Murray 7, Rackley 6. High scorers
for Beulaville: E. E. Griffin 10,'
Pete Weston 10.
Best defensive players for Rose
Hill: Ben Murray, Donald Teachey
and Rifton Cavenaugh. Best defen
sive players fop Beulaville: Murray
Thlgpen ai- i 1... i
Beulaville 30, Rose Elll 25. ,
Rose Hill 10 4 7 425
BeuUvUle ............... 6 12 4 830
High scorers for Rose Hill: Bob
bie Ann Scott 11, Barbara Williams
Rest defensive players for Lte
Hill: Lib Waters, Ruth Brown au4 .
Lillie May Fussell. Best defense
for Beulaville: Janet Bostlc, Edna
Albertson and Kate Borgs. .
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