North Carolina Newspapers

    KENAN3VILLE, NOr.TII CAROLINA
Till: DUPLIN Tines
Apartment Built in Barn
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. .,;.uitn:ent built in the upper story of this barn solved
.-:!;. 'tm of providing additional living space on the farm.
T: 0-; ::rpose building was featured in American Builder
,,, , , ' ;;or walls are a combination of masonry and
i :.(. Asphalt roof shingles, popular for both farm and
u .'.m t.i uciuies, add a colorful touch. There are nearly 600
square feet of living space in the apartment, which has a
modern living room with knotty pine finish. Living quarters
a e we!!-insu.ated from the barn and an efficient ventilating
. 'm was installed in the barn.
NOTICE
TO CONTRACTORS
SoaieH bids (or the moving of
the following buildings will be re
ceived by State Highway & public
Works Commission at Fayettevuie,
N. C. until 10:00 A. M. on the 7th
day of March 1950, when they will
be opened and read. No bids will
be received after the hour fixed.
Store of A. J. Johnson. Tobacco
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SPECIALS
LEATHER
Watch Bands
Regular 12.00
$1.00
Cuff Links
Secular $2.00
$1.00
barn of D. D. Norris, Store of Miss
Virginia Bradshaw. Combination
store and filling station of Ross
Teachey. Three story frame store
of R. L. James. Combination store
ana filiine station of Mrs. Nora
Jackson. Combination store and fil
ling station of Mrs. Eva James and
dwelling of Elbert Raynor.
The right is reserved to reject
hide rieemed best for the State
The right is reserved to delete any
item in the contract.
By: State Highway & Public
Works Commission
B. Britton, Dist. Engineer
3-3-2t SH&PWC
NOTICE
In The General County Court
ed from proceeds of VFW sponsor
ed basketball teams.
The North Carolina entry will be
chosen by elimination from local
and district winners of tournaments
to be held throughout the state in
April and May. ; f:Y;';' '' ';:
51 Persons Take
Cancer Exams
On Feb. 16, the Lenoir County
Cancer Center held its weekly clin
ic. .Fifty-one persons appeared for
examination, 29. white women, 9
white men, 12 colored women and
1 colored man. Fourteen were re
check examinations. Nine tyv were
referred to their personal physi
cians for medical attention.
( Persons attending came from Do
ver, Pink Hill, Deep Run, Klnston,
Snow Hill, Pollocksville, Princeton,
Mt. Olive and LaGrange.
The clinic is held each Thursday
with free examinations to all men
and women over 35 and to anyone
with a symptom or "danger signal",
regardless of age.
Persons living outside Kinston
should write in for an appointment
Address your request to Cancer
Center Clerk, P. O. Box 49, Klnston,
N. C, and Indicate two dates on
which you could come for examination.
Five Duplin Scouts
Uncle Sam Says
Springs; Kay Wells, Troop 35, Wal
lace; Steve Gooding, Troop 50, Ke
nansvllle; Hervqy Kornegay, Troop
42. Calvoso: Edward Smith, Larry
Lee Boyera, Billy Gibson, Troop 6,
Goldsboro; Bobby Kadis, Bert Her
ring, Haywood Land, 'Troop I,
Goldsboro: Ray Stallings Smith,
Ulmmy Rose .Troop 15, Pikeville;
Dale Galney, J. J. Thlgpen, Troop
5, Goldsboro. . ' ,
A fine corps of leaders has been
recruited to accompany those Ly
Scouts to Valley Forge. E. G. Pyatt
of Dudley, Robert (Cotton) Kluitz
and Ashton Griffin of Goldsboro,
Fred Broadwell of Clinton, E. K. Es
sey of Roseboro, Arthur Meece of
Selma, and 'Jack Smithwick and
Gray Mattox of Smithfield, will be
among the leaders 41kely to be go
ing to the Jamboree. The . trip to
Valley Forge will Include a Jtour
of the ' historic shrines of nearby
HEAD NOISE
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North Carolina,
Duplin County.
PAUL BYRD
VS
BEULAH MAE BYRD
$5.00
Wafch Chains
$4.00-
MEN'S $27.50
Watches
$17.50
BAKER'S
Jewel Shop
Warsaw Furniture Co. Store
IN WARSAW
The above named defendant,
Beulah Mae Byrd, will take notice
that an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the General
County Court of Duplin County,
North Carolina, by the plaintiff to
secure an absolute divorce from
the defendant upon the ground that
the plaintiff and the defendant
have lived separate and apart for
more than two years next preced
ing the bringing of this action; and
the defendant will further take no
tice that she is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
General County Court of Duplin
County, in the Court House, in Ke-
nansville, N. C, within 20 days
after the 25th day of March, 1950,
and answer or demur to the com
plaint filed in this action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
complaint.
This the 22 day of February,
1950.
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
General County Court
3-17-4t. HEP
Scout Jamboree
Plans are progressing nicely for
the participation of Tuscarora Coun
cil Scouts in the National Boy Scout
Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. dur
ing the week of June 30, to July 6;
it was revealed by A. T. Griffin, Jr.
Chairman of the local Jamboree
Committee. Registrations for the
Jamboree will all have to be In the
Thla la the time we honor the birth
date af one of ear greatest AmerV
eans, Georfe Washington. Properly
called "The Father of Bit Country,"
our flrat Prealdeot revealed sound
Jadgment la everything he under
took. And one of thee wonderful
traits was thrift. Every American
should hold fast to that habit by sav
ins' every payday part of bis
mints. Enroll an the Payroll Sav
ings Plan where yen work or, if self
empleyed, the Bond-A-Moath Plan
where yen bank. ' START SAVING
IN 1950 FOB I960.
. t. S. TtuMmi DtptmuM
Tuscarora Council Office by Febru
ary 25, to assure participation. To
date, the following Scouts have
paid their registration fee and have
otherwise qualified themselves for
Jamboree attendance:
Elbert Russell Stott, Troop 36,
Garland; John F. Patterson, Rudy
Whitley, Freddie Butler, Donald
Dowdy, Kenneth Smith, Frank But
ler, Douglas Moore, Willie Edwards,
Billy Lynn Poole, Clifton Cashwell,
all of Troop 38, Roseboro; Joseph
Creech, Mack Peedin, Al Rowe Gas
kill, of Troop 32, Selma; Mark
Cherry, Billy Tyler, Edward Smith,
Trop 34, Mt. Olive; John Doe, Nor
man B. Grantham, Jr., Joe A.
Grantham, John Hill, Troop 21,
Smithfield; Henry Best, Tom Rand,
Richard Doe, Troop 12, Fremont;
Alfred Wells, Troop 40, Seven
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rolUf from ffi mistrioi of Mora1 of Huring
end Head Noii duo to coUrrh of the hood.
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rtiuHi, writs ui today. Nothing to wear,
Tratmnt utad right in your own homo-
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boree v to Scouts from Tuscarora
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- Cpl. Andrew J. Chambers, son of
Mrs. James T. Chambers of Rt 1,
Kenansville is receiving amphibious
training at Little Creek, Va. In pre
paration for participation in exer
cise ', Portrex, a '; joint airboren
amphiibious training maneuver to
be held in the Caribbean area dur
ing late February and early March.'
Portrex i& planned to test new
amphibious and airborne techni
ques and equipment, to accumulate
knowledge and.' data concerning
principles governing a Joint oper
ation., and in joint training, of all
services for increased efficiency.-.
Cpt Chambers is; permanently
stationed at Ft. Bragg, a member
of the 531 QM-Petrt Supply Co..
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VFW Offer
Scholarships
High Point State Headquarters
of the Veterans of Foreign 'Wars
announces that a $1,000 scholarship
will 1m given the winner of the or
ganization's National Marble Tour
nament for grammar school boys to
be held at VFW Home, Eaton Rap
id, Mich. June 14-16. This is an
annual event, the funds being rais-
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CANNON TOWELS 48c
$1.00 , 29 cents per yard pnr..T
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LADIES' HOSE ""cSSSS"' POCKET BOOKS HANDKERCHIEFS
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