::i CAROLINA TUE ''DUPLIN TIMES FRIDAY, MARCH 31st, 1950 WXZo SCHOOL Basketball Team Reach SeinMUwU : i V , iVarsHy IkiuiA week seached i semi-finals in the lint county gl4e basketball toarnament for Negro-schools. The tournament, sponsored by the County Athletic Association and the Schoolmasters Club, began Wednesday afternoon in- the-auditorium of the Magnolia Ihdustrlal School with 7 schools -participating. . : Local teams successfully passed first round tests by comfortable margins but failed in the semi final rounds largely because of in sufficient stamina to, withstand two : games In the course of one even ing. In- the Girl's Division, our team met Wallace in the first round of play and crushed them with a score of 13-18. 'Marie Brunson, tar guard of the local team, sur prised the Wallace team by ap pearing at Forward and accounted for 19 of the team's 31 points. Within the space of time required to play one boy's game, they were called back to the floor for the semi-final round of play, this time against Rose Hill,' top seated team of the tournament, and lost by a score of 50-39, after leading in the first quarter 8-7 and trailing at half-time toy an 18 to 16 margin. Marie Brunson again accounted for 20 of the .team's 39 points. ' lit the Boy's Division, Magnolia was disposed of in short order by 49-27. Christopher Hicks and Fred Williams accounting for 19 and 15 points respectively for the Faison team. Friday night we lost to the Wallace boys by a score of 29-27 in a contest that will be long re membered by everyone present at the tournament IN MID AROUND SUTTON-TOVH Mrs. Mary C. Coker Claimed By Death Mrs. Mary C. Coker, 75, died at General Automobile AND Farm Implement Repair Work TV P. G. ADAMS SUEI'.L SERVICE STAtlON FAISON, N. C Top Market Your Chickens and Eggs Baby Chicks for Sale Now in Stock Corn Bought In Your Barn In The Shuck. Yellow Corn 1 120 per bu. White Corn . . . - P bu- Gold Strap Feeds & Argus Flour X BIG DOLLAR FEED STORE DIAL 249-1 FAISON her home on Rt 1, Faison early Saturday morning, March 18 after a long illness.-- .' i .- Funeral services were conduct ed from King's Methodist Church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Donald Peterson, Morman minister, officiated, assisted by Rev. Dennis Kinlaw of Faison. Active pallbear ers were: Frank Chestnutt, Rob ert and Leslie King, James Jordan, Huron Grimes and Nathan Sutton. Honorary pallbearers were Jar man Sullivan, Percy Sutton, Lewis Jordan, C. S.v Eldridget Harvey Murphy and Jesse O. Sutton. Flower bearers were grandchil dren and close friends of the de ceased. She was laid to rest In the Tom King cemetery beneath a beautiful blanket of flowers. Surviving are three daughters. Mrs. E. W. Fleshmon of Myssa, Oregon, Mrs. Nancy C. King of Washington, D. C, and Mrs. Allen Jordan of the home; one son, Zay D. Coker of Goldsboro; one brother H. B. Aldridge of Goldsboro; 12 grandchildren and one great grand child. W. S. of C. S. Kings Church The WS of CS of King's church met Wednesday night WiLh L. B. Kornegay with 3 ' Meeting was called In n.-'.-r I president Mrs. G. J. Sulllvar. An Lena Mae Sutton read t!i- -ture which was taken lrun chapter of first JoLj. j'.H " "My Hope Is Built". Minutes were read rv '' ' lretary and roll was pjJ'"' t v 1 treasurer, Mrs. Willie. Pt"". Mrs. Sullivan read a jtT f Mrs. J. T. Daughtry pertaining to election of officers for the coming year. A nominating committee was ap pointed as follows: Miss Lena Mae Sutton, Mrs. Leola H. King and Mrs. Stacy McCullen. The program "Japan Today and Tommorrow" under the leadership of Mrs. Kornegay, assisted by Mrs. Frank Pate, and Mrs. Sullivan, was eiven. Sons followed. The meeting closed with prayer sentences by each member present. During tne social hour the hostess assisted by Mrs. Percy Sutton served can dy and cold drinks. Short Items Anions visitors who called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sut ton Snndav were. Mr. and Mrs. Hu bert Vann and children of Mt. Olive and Mrs. Gilbert button and Linda Faye. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sutton spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks of Newton Grove Our Sundav School attendance onlv fair these days. We would like so much to have more, so be with us next Sunday and see if you don't receive a blessing. IVBPOIHT With Pride..! 10 OUR OUTSTANDING WORK iiMf rintimr UK! UCAIIIHU LAUIIDRY SHOE REPAIR TUESDAY, Pick-ups FRIDAY, Delivery MODERN DRY CLEANERS DIAL 208-1 FAISON, N.C. Mrs. Dennis Kinlaw talked to us Sunday at preaching services In the absence of Mr. Kinlaw who Is away at a meeting. : Misses Anna and Ruth Sutton Mr. DeWltt King of Faison, Rt. 1, and Mr. L. Strickland of Clinton visited the Azalea Gardens at Greenfield Lake Sunday. . m Cucumbers For Pickles A new 276-page book on "Cucum hers for Pickles" has been written by Albert A. Banadyga, manager of the State College Experiment Station's vegetable test farm near Faison, and has just been published. The exhaustive volume, prepared after a thorough study by Banady ga, gives a wide range of aata on cultural practices, diseases, insects, flower ratios, and varieties of cu cumbers. It also reviews the signi ficance and distribution oi ine pickle industry. Another section of the book deals with reports by various experimen tal centers on work which they have .... ifAiin ni finrf1A CTCII r -I III I Yllilll I'LilUlli.U 1 UmMII . w -- - . . W tM aow qu!ppd to DELINT, GRADE : t:iTr.EATy:rt::a.... , WHILE YOU WAIII CH:3 y::r t::d e:rf ft tuM Ifca ruth C:h:ri::v:::ir.::!:MS:5i conducted on cucumbers and in cludes a biblloffraDhv of moumher references. Banadyga summarizes ms imaings in one chapter in the volume. The book was published by the National Pickle Packers As sociation of Oak Park, 111. The author', a 1043 hnnnr ffrnrin. ate of State College, acknowledges assistance from several faculty mem bers and scientists at the college in his foreword. He mentions help given him by Prof. M. E. Gardner, Dr. F. D. Cochran, Dr. J. L. Etch ells, and Librarian H. C. Brown, all of the State College staff. Banadyga, a native of Burgaw, Farmers' cash receipt from sheep and lambs dropped 20 from 19 48 to 1949. World citrus production for 1949 is estimated at 331 million boxes or 4 below the 1948 crop. GIVES FAST nr.iinc ,,1; w si ti- whnCClD mmmT MIIMIIt. tlWW m FIELD SEEDS A completed the academic require ments for his M.S. degree in horti culture at State College last year. He is an Army veteran of World War II and is now supervising ex periments at the vegetable test farm which was established last year. As an undergraduate at the col lege, he was president of the Agri cultural Fair, assistant tu-.iness manager of The Agriculturist, treasurer of Alpha Zeta, secretary of the Agricultural Club, secre tary of the Horticultural Club, and a captain In the ROTC Regiment. IQOOOOOOOOOOf LA BELLE BeaulyShop Dial 259-1 Faison, N. C. toooooooooo c You are safe when planting KEYSTONE SEED We Carry A Full Line. Southern Produce Distributors FAISON, N. C PHONE 2051 REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE LOANS Both Large and Small G. L. COLLINS Borden Building GOLDSBORO, N. C. S-31-4tC J. L. OATES - Distributor - F. H. Woodruff Seeds Complete Line Of Seeds for your Truck Farming Needs WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Billy Tyndall Undertakers Embalm ers Ambulance Service Home of Mt Olive Burial Asso. Phone 2265 - Mt Olive, N. C r Home Cooked Meals at the FAISOtl CAFE We Appreciate Your PATRONAGE BYRD'S TAXI Dial 918-1 FAISOtl, II. C. J. M. FAISON General Insurance FAISON, (I. C. MR. TRUCK GROWER: I can now supply you with Black Valentine stringless green beans, bountiful, Sure Crop string less wax, Cherokee wax, long green beans, tender green, top crop (the latest thing in tendergreen) and Lima Beans, also different varieties of cucum ber seed, watermelon and cantelope seed and sev eral varieties of acid delinted cotton seed. It will pay you to see me before you get any of your seed requirements. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DISTRIBUTOR AT FAISON HARDWARE CO.. NEXT TO POST OFFICE H. F. BYRD FAISON, N. C. ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING of the Bailey Esso Station Under The Managership Of J. B. BAILEY D.W.BAILEY Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated We Carry A Complete Line Of Seed: ASGROW BLACK VALENTINE CHREE KEE WAX TOP CROP TENDER GREENS TENDER LONG TAYLOR'S DWF. HORTI. FORDHOOK 242 LIMAS BOUNTIFUL PLENTIFUL CUBIT MARKETER A and C CUKES R. D. PRECYTHE PHONE 2711 FAISON, N.C. WE APPRECIATE - YOUR BUSINESS LEWIS' : BARBER - . S!:o? r t, n. c. WHEN IN FAISON SEE US FOR YOUR HARDY ARE NEEDS Faison Hardware Co. : Ffcison, N. C. .Dixie Serve Fresh Healfhful - Ecv ?mical DAUGIITRY'S FISIIi'ET FARM TESTED FERTILIZERS Mean Satisfactory Crops. They ,Give Your Soils The Chance To Produce The Very Top Values Every Year. We also carry a complete line of Cross and United States Seed Beans, Lima Beans, Hybrid Corn, Cucumber, Can taloupe, Watermelon and other varieties of .vine seeds. EL ED. CM&Bim DIAL 269-1 FAISON, N.C "VJ w-r:
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