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VOLUME NUMBER EIGHTEEN
Registration Books To Open
Fourteen candidates filed for off
ice In the coming Democratic Pri
mary last Saturday as time for fil
ing came to a close. Elections chair
man E. Walker Stevens says he be-
lleyes this year's list, totaling 54.
i candidates, is probably one of the
largest in the history of the Demo
4 critic Party in Duplin. Only three
. office seekers got by without oppo
sition. They were: R. V. Wells for
I - Clerk of Court; Albert Hall ana A.
f"T P. Cates for County Commissioner.
The race for sheriff has attracted
the most candidates with a total
of five while the coroners office
has attracted four and the State
One candidate who filed with
, drew and did not seek another
office, Judge Robert L. West of the
county court James A. Powers
first filed for Representative then
-4 came down and filed for the office
" of county judge, L. A. Wilson first
filed for Judge then came down
; and filed for Solicitor.
' The candidates are:
v In the contest for the State Sen
ate: Riven Johnson, J. B. Grady
and Lewis W. Outlaw. Robert M.
Carr and MltcheUBrttt will fight
, it out for the House of Representa
. . f ' Hubert E. Phillips and James A.
Powers are candidates for judge of
the county court, while Grady Mer
cer is opposed by Latham A. Wil
son for the solicltorship.
In the Important sheriffs cam
Faison Merchants r
h By: A. M. DAVIS " .
. i The merchants and biuinr?en
of Faison have donated many, val
. uable prizes to the Beautif icatlon
' " . Program, sponsorecVby the Sesame
Woman's Club, the Garden Club
and the Lions Club of Faison. The
program was originally scheduled
to end April 20th, but due to the
Interest that has been taken in It
' the program will be extended until
May 15th. The town has never in
the past had anything that has cre
ated such a united effort as this.
. Representatives of each of the
, jilubs have called upon the people
of the town and the contributions
. "" toward prizes has been most gen
r s erous.
The list of prizes and their con
- ' tributors is as follows: Lewis Fur
.aiture Company, C. R. Lewis, Mgr.
1 table lamp, value $18; Modern
Dry Cleaners, $7.50 In trade; Fai
son Theatre, 12 admission tickets,
first prize, 6 tickets second prize;
B. D, Precythe, 1001b Vigoro; De
. Vane Drug Store, "$1.00 in trade;
, G. S. Hlnes Store,' fountain pen;
Shampoo & Creme Rinse; J. H.
V . Darden, Farm Supply Store, 16 gal.
paint; Amoco Filling Station, C. A.
.Precythe, Mgr. 10 gals, gas first
' prize, wash job '2nd prize; John R.
y Bell Grocery, $3 in trade; R. D.
, k Clifton, 1 bag fertilizer; Joe Hol
, ,,llngsworth Garage. $2.00 cash; Mrs.
, .'Latham, 2001b fertilizer;. Cates
Pickle .0., 2, cases pickles; Faison
Hardware Co. 1 gal. paint; Charlie
t BUng, 10H sugar; Wilkes Parker,
1 ham; Veterans Tavern, 1 3-cell
flashlight and batteries; J. E. An-
Duplin Finishes Second In County
'I Rating At Kihslon Livestock Show
:: Kinston, April 13. The prize
Hereford steer exhibited by Rus
- sell and Janet Egleton of Elizabeth-
e ' town brought $446 (or $50 per cwt)
while the grand champion bog ex
' biblted by Douglas Eason, of Mac-
'JkhClesfield, Rt 1, sold for $183.60 or
$85 per cwt in the auction hejd
bere for the 10th Coastal Plains
u ,'Fat Stock Show.; t :..;h,
. i The Kinston Chamber of Com
i'merce and the. Extension Services
' sponsored the event 1 V
1 ,' Kingan and Company bought the
; top hogs, Rowe and Wooten Dlstrl
., butlng Company of Kinston the top
, steer. Smith's Concrete Products,
-f Inc., bought the reserve steer for
i $33 per cwt The Smlthfield hog
i market paid $24:50 per cwt for the
reserve champion' hog. Swift and
Company, 'Kingan and Gwaltney
- Packing Company of Kinston paid
- premium" prices for a number of
hogs.:. ..';)' " r
' Charles Waller of Kinston, Rt
3, took reserve champion honors
v with his steer. ',:'t . , i. A .
Lenoir, Duplin and Jones flnish
I In V t or-'-r for county ratings.
paign, five candidates have thrown
their hats in the ring. They are
Ralph Jones, Albert Outlaw, Geo
rge Bradshaw, Gurman Powell and
The seats on the Board of Coun
ty Commissioner have eight seek
ers: L. P. Wells, WUHam H. Fussell,
A. C. Hall, Addis P. Cates, Dallas
Jones, LeRoy G. Simmons, Arthur
Kennedy and O. Q. Lanier.
Coroner C. B. Sitterson is facing
opposition from Hix Bradshaw, M.
B. Cavenaugh and John Ivey
Two candidates are out for the
County Board of Education:-Jerry
O. Smith and Aldine H. Whitfield.
There are 15 candidates for con
stable in the various townships.
A total of 10 candidates for Jus
tice of the Peace are running: Roy
B. Sitterson, C. B. Sitterson and
P. R. Stevens are out In Kenans
ville; A. L. Mercer and Gordon S.
Muldrow in Limestone; C. G. Ellis
in Falson; William Dail in Cypress
Creek; B. B. Wilson in Magnolia;
Hix Bradshaw in Rose Hill; and L.
R. Brown in Island Creek.
Registration books will open on
Saturday, April 29th and will be
open through May 13th. May 20th
will be Challenge Day and May 27th
Election Day. All persons 21 years
of age who have not registered
and who are eligible to vote in
Duplin County are urged to see
their registrar and register.
In Beauty Program
draws Grocery, 251b lard; Rouse . in Pink Hill will dedicate its new
Barber Shop, J at. hair tonic; M. Post home at 10:30 a.m. Saturday,
Joseph, 1 bead'spread;"M. James, April 29, when: Senator Frank P.
1 qt. Vita-Var Enamel; Roscoe , Graham will make the principal
Cooper, 1 gal. Ice cream; Faison . address. Commander George' M.
5&10, 1 set cooking utensils; Mor- ( Turner said today.
ton Drug Store,$5 in trade; Aman's , . ' ., h .
Grocery, 251b White Silk Flour;
Big Dollar Feed Store, 501b Argus
Flour; Faison Dept. Store, 1 pah
Dan River Sheets, value $2.00; Fai
son Cafe, 1 carton cigarettes; P.
G. Adams' Shell Station, 10 gal.
gas; C. D. McCullen Service Station
1 oil change and grease job; Ellis
Gin Co. $2 cash; Faison Motor Co.
$1 cash; J. L. Oats Seed Dealer,
$1 cash. The committee was ..not
able to reach all the business men
of the town and it is expected that
other valuable prizes will be ad
ded to the above list. There will
be a first and second prize offered
to each business place and each
home who shows the greatest im
provement in their property during
the campaign. Each contestant must
register or send in their name to
Mrs. W. T. Hines in order to be
eligible for a prize. A disinterested
representative of each of the three
clubs will act as judges In the con
' It hat been suggested that a
barbecue supper for the people of
the town be held at the Commun
ity Building, marking the end of
the program, a well-known speaker
be invited and prizes awarded at
this meeting. Details regarding this
have not yet been worked out and
It is not known whether it will meet
with the approval of the people..
ship honors went to steers exhibit
ed by Sutln Johnson of Bayboro
and Clifttfn Tyndall of Pink Hill,
Rt. 1. Nine steers received choice
ratings out of 49 exhibited.
Heavy steers in this group were
exhibited by Charles Waller of Kin
ston, Rt, 3, JLlnwood Rouse of Sev
en Springs, Rt. 1, Victor Taylor of
Faison, Rt. 3, and Charles Johnson
of Kinston, Rt. 5. t ,:,
; Medium steers rating choice were
exhibited by Russell and Janet
Eggleston,,. Franklin Tyndall, and
Clifton Tyndall, both the latter of
Pink Hlll.;Rt 1. ; v ,
.Lightweight choice steers were
offered by Mack Harper of Pink
Hill, Rt. 1, and Jim Williams of
Pink Hill, Rt. 2. 1 '. '.".v
SETTING TOBACCO -
Bland Ray nor of Chinquapin
says he set out bis first field of
tobacco Monday and set again on
Wednesday. He reports plenty of
totsacco plants. ITe snys quite a
li'T C-f t i"l 1 'l '-"' 1 ' 1
above group is Seniors and Chap
erones from B. F. Grady School
who spent from March 27 to April
1st in Washington and various
parts of Virginia.
They are, from left to right -sitting:
Jim Parker, Herbert Will-
In Pink Hill
The Willard Smith Post No. 9514
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
parade through the business dis
trict of Pink Hill which will be
featured by music by the Second
Marine Air Wing Band from Cher
ry Point members of the local
post, Gold Star Mothers, members
from the Kinston post and other
VFW units over this district, and
State officers, Turner said.
Senator Graham, who accepted
the invitation to speak several
months ago, will be heard at 11
a.m. and a picnic dinner will fol
low.. Others in the program will
Include Pink Hill Mayor Alfred
B. Tyndall, State VFW Commander
William S. Humphries, State Junior
Vice Commander Earl D. Knauff
and Distriot Commander Larry L.
The post, which was instituted
June 25, 1947, with John S. Al
bright astlie first commander, is
named for the late Willard Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jones Smith
of Pink Hill, who lost his life while
serving his country in New Guinea
in the South Pacific during World
War II. Jasper D. Tyndall served
two years after Albright as com
mander and under his administra
tion the 'home was constructed.
The post is used as headquarters
for all post activities as well as a
meeting place for civic and church
groups, Commander Tyndall said.
B. F. GRADY WINS
The B. F. Grady FFA teams won
firstplace in the Beef cattle and
Swine livestock judging 'contest
held at Wallace on Wednesday, Ap-J
ril 19. Members of the team were
Nathan Kelly, James Vernon, and
Alfred Harper. There were nine
teams in the contest This is the
fourth contest the Grady boys have
entered. Thus far their Instructor,
Mr. J. H. Dotson has led them
through three victories and one
second place , i
JOE COKER QUITS .
, 1 i ' 1
Highway Patrolman Joe T, Coker,
Jr., stationed here for the last 9
months, revealed Tuesday night
that he had submitted his resigna
tion to Sgt A H. Clark of Wllmlng-
Coker, a native of Henderson,
said that he decided Tuesday to
tender his resignation, He said that
he was interested In another busi
ness. He addrd that long patrol
hours and the hard work of duty
had caused him to lose we! ' t
prompting h's re';!-"mtlon after Hi
yc;n j wi! t" ft ! . 1. ,
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KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
lams, Alfred Harper, William Earl
Tyndall, Walton Harper, Joe Gar
ner, Milton Dail, Nathan Kelly, and
James Vernon; Back Row: Rev L.
C. Prater, chaperone, Martha Sou
therland, Mabelle Outlaw, Jewell
Ann Sheppard, Iris Jean Deaver,
P. O. EXAM. RURAL
The U. S. Civil Service has an
nounced an examination to fill the
position of rural carrier at Albert
son, N. C.
The exam will be held at Kinston,
N. C. and receipt of applications
will close on May 11. Date of exam
will be stated on admission cards
mailed to applicants after closing
Salary, of arural carrier is $2,
758, With $2 perjrqpr additional
for each mile in excel of 30 miles.
Shorter routes are proportionately
less. All carriers must furnish and
maintain sufficient vehicle equip
ment for the prompt handling of
They are allowed 8c per mile
The examination will be open
only to citizens of, or persons who
owe allegiance to, the United States
who are actually residing in the
territory served by the Post Office
where, the vacancy exists, who have
been actually residing there for
one year next preceding the clos
ing date for receipt of applications,
and who meet-the other require
ments set forth' Jn Form AN-1977.
Both men and women, if qualified,
may enter this examination, but
appointing officers have the legal
right to specify the sex desired in
requesting certification of eligibles.
Form AN-1977 and application
blanks can be obtained from the
vacancy office mentioned above or
from the U. S. Civil Service Com
mission at Washington 25, D. C.
Applications must be on file with
the Commission at Washington 25,
D. C. prior to the close of business
on the date specified above.
MRS. McKOY KENNEDY
DIES, HEART ATTACK
Mrs. Sarah Chambers Kennedy,
age 71, wife bf MoKoy Kennedy of
Kenansville died suddenly at her
home here Wednesday night about
nine o'clock from a heart attack.
Funeral services were held from
the Methodist Church Friday after
noon at 3:30 conducted by her pas
tor Rev. Murrell K. Glover. Inter
ment was in Golden Grove Ceme
tery -v "' .
She is survived by her . husband
and the following children: Mrs,
E. S. McGowen of Monks Corner,
S. C, Mrs. Dan Byrd of Lenoir, N.
C, and Kedaf Bryan of Wilmington,
children by her first husband; Jim
Bryan; and James M. Kennedy of
Verona, Mrs. J. L. Ryder of La
Grange, Mrs. Van F. Jordan of
Richmond, T; L. Kennedy vl Wil
son, Mrs. Harold Slverston of Clin
ton and Mrs. Herbert Mathews of
Florence, S. C; ten grandchildren;
two sisters and one brother, Mrs.
J. G. Langston of Warsaw, Mrs.
J. D. Pate of Goldsboro, and Jim
my Chambers of Kenansville. 1;'
Mrs. Kennedy was the daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cham
bers of the Wesley neighborhood of
near Kenansville. $ j j
Killed Apr. M-17
Injured same dates? ' lift
Killed thru Apr. 17 1950, 269
Killed thru Apr. 17, 1949, j . 227
Injured thru Apr. 17, 1950, 3,139
Injured thru Apr. 17,1819, 2,338
FRIDAY, APRIL 21st, 1950
Georgia Lee Rouse, Annie Mae
Grady, Miss Mary Anna Grady,
chaperone, Catherine Harper, Em
ily Lois Kornegay, Virginia Smith,
Joyce Smith, Louise Hill, Mary
Cornelia Smith, Thelma Jones, and
Bob Taylor, bus driver.
The first county-wide work ex
hibit of the white schools of
Duplin County will be held in
the Kenan Memorial Auditor
ium in Kenansville on Thurs
day and Friday, April 27 and
28. The public is invited to see
this display which will be
made up of booklets, maps,
sewins, wood work and all
types of work from the .elf-:
mentary and Hrh- schools Of
the county. The auditorium;
will be open to visitors from
3:00 o'clock to 6:00 o'clock
each afternoon. This exhibit is
in no way a competitive event.
There will be no judging and
no prizes will be awarded.
On April 13, the Lenoir County
Cancer Center held its weekly
clinic. 36 persons from Deep Run,
Pink Hill, Dover, New Bern, Grif
ton, Newton Grove, Ayden, Tren
ton Roseboro, Magnolia and Kins
ton appeared for examination, 23
white women, 5 white men and 8
colored women.. Twenty-five pa
tients were referred to their person
al physicians for medical attention.
The clinic is held every Thurs
day in the Lenoir County Health
Department. Registration is from
10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Examinations
are free to anyone with a symptom
or "danger singnal".
Persons living outside should
write for an appointment to Can
cer Center Secretary, P. O. Box 49,
Kinston, N. C. and indicate two
dates on which you could come for
Eight cancers were found in ex
aminations at the Center during
January, February and March of
this year .
The Fellowship Service will be
held at the Methodist Church here
on April 30th. Everyone is Invited
to come and bring a basket. Re
member, April 30th at the Meth
odist Church in Kenansville.
GOOD WILL DINNER
'. A Kinston good-will dinner was
held Tuesday, night at Chinquapin
with about 30 Kinston business men
and about 45 Chinquapin residents
Tha event was sponsored by the
Kinston Chamber of Commerce and
Manager Charles McCullers acted
as master of ceremonies. The Sen
ior Class of Chinquapin High school
served a ' chicken, dinner in the
school "cafeteria where the- event
warfceMt--- '-;--'- ;- -
Mayor Guy Elliott of Kinston,
President Douglas Baker of the
Chamber and Errol Dixon, chair
man, ;qf the. Merchant's Division,
spoke briefly, as did A. E. James,
M. LfLanler, M. P. Blanchard, J.
LJ Quinn1, Tyson Lanier and N. E.
Gresham. 4 ;
Gresham, principal of the school,
also .-gav- the invocation. 4 :
The Kinston businessmen intro
duced all' the Chinquapin men at
t"-Mr tables. Prises donated by the
rf fw"hitiq were awarded
Registrars And Judges Of Elections
Appointed On April 8th, 1950
1. WARSAW - S. W. Marriner,
Registrar; Lott Kornegay, J. F.
Strickland, Judges of Elections;
Miss Sallie Bowden, Joe Sutton,
2. FAISON - David J. Oates, Reg
istrar; John Warren, Paul H. Clif
ton, Judges; Dorothy Armstrong.
3. CALYPSO - Mrs. Bertie Sloan.
Registrar; Mrs. Bennie C. Sellers,
Johnnie Albritton, Albert Price.
4. WOLFSCRAPE - Mrs. George
Kornegay, Registrar; Walter Hin
son, Morris King, Judges; William
Loftin, Assistant, all of RFD Mt.
5. GLISSON - George D. Waters,
Registrar; Joe N. Waters, W. E.
Waller, H. S. Tyndall, Judges, all
of RFD Mt. Olive.
6. ALBERTSON - Earl D. Smith,
Registrar; Hess Davis, John D.
Grady, Judges; Thurman Stroud,
7. SMITH - Raymond D. Smith,
Regisrar; Grover Rhodes, Paul Wil
liams, Judges, all of RFD Pink Hill.
8. CABIN - Walter Rhodes, Reg
istrar; George Rhodes, John Hill
Sanderson, Judges, all of RFD Beu
laville. 9. HALLSVILLE - Andrew H.
Miller, Registrar; RFD Kenansville,
J. I. Sumner, Jr., Raleigh Lanier,
Judges; Leonard Kennedy, Assist
ant, all of RFD Beulaville.
10. BEULAVILLE - Eugene Ex
um, Registrar; Fitzgerald Bostic,
Leon Quinn, Judges; Earl Thigpen,
John George Kennedy, Assistant.
APRIL 28th TO 30th
Divisional Boy Scouts from all
over Tuscarora Council will hold
their 1950 Sprir" Camporee at
Camp Carver neas Dudley on Fri
day, April 28, to Sunday morning,
April 30. The Council Is making
plans for the biggest week end in
the history of the Divisional Or
ganization. Scouts will check in from 4 to
6:30 p.m. on Friday and pitch their
tents and prepare a "Troop Camp
fire". Saturday morning will be
used to improve the camp site and
prepare for the activities which
will start around 2 p.m.
Patrols will compete against Pa
trols in their counties in the foll
owing events: Bird or animal call;
Song and yell contest; Rope climb
ing; Knot tying relay; and Horse
Winners from each county will
compete for the Council Champion
ship. On Saturday evening at 7 p.m.
a Council-wide Court of Honor will
bring more than 75 Scouts for ad-
Parents and friends of Scouting
are invited to spend Saturday after
noon'"at the camp. More than 50
adult Unit Leaders who are now
completing their Stout Leaders
Training Course will camp out on
Saturday with the boys. Rev. B. R.
Richardson, pastor of Shiloh Pres
byterian Church in Goldsboro, will
conduct the religious service at the
camp at 9 A. M. Sunday morning.
Scouts will break camp about noon.
Mr. Timothy Parks and Mr. Amos
P. Cox of Goldsboro, will serve as
Camporee Director and Activity
FAISON MAN KILLED
Willie Roy Darden, 29, of near
Faison was Instantly killed Tues
day night In the collision of two
cars at an intersection in Clinton.
Investigating -officer A. W. War
ren said Kathleen Smith of Clinton,
a passenger in the car received a
broken jaw and a broken knee cap.
Another passenger, Leon Boyette
was Injured slightly, he said.
The driver of the other carr, Pfc.
Lee Masters of Camp Lejeune, was
in a Fayettevllle hospital as a re
sult of : injuries received In- the
COLD DOES HEAVY
DAMAGE TO CROPS
Reports from all sections of sou
theastern North Carolina say that
frosts and freezes of last week ser
iously damaged crops. Growers es
timated that the ! cold destroyed
approximately 25 per cent of the
money crop, tobacco, some 40 per
cent; of the 'vegetable ylantings
ana aimosi aa or ine iruit in me
area. ";:'.'''' ;':;, v, ;.'
Some parts reported temperature
readings as low as 18 degree. -
11. CEDAR FORK - Mrs. Beat
rice Brinson. Registrar; Arthur
Wood, Carl Sloan, Judges, all of
12. CYPRESS CREEK - R. E.
Maready, Registrar; L. L. Maready,
Judge, both of RFD Chinquapin,
H. T. Home, Judge, RFD Richlands.
13. CHINQUAPIN - A. Ellle Wil
liams. Registrar; Johnnie Quinn,
Jud';e. both of Chinquapin, Edgar
finglish. Judge. RFD Wallace.
14. I )( HI1N - Claude E. Cav
i'liaulr. Regi-.trar; W. A. Hanchey,
O. A. Cavenaugh, Judges, all of
15. CHARITY - Jerry W. Teach
ey, Registrar; H. H. Carter, C. Rl
venbark. Judges, all of Rose Hill.
1G. WALLACE - Mrs. Annie Lau
rie Puekett, Registrar; A. C. Smith,
Bill Brady. Judges; Robert T. Mur
ray, Jr., David Henderson, Assist
ants. 17. K() KFISH - G. ilieddie Blan
ton, Registrar; Freeman J. Marsh
burn, Willie L. Thomas, Jr., Judges,
all of RFD Wallace.
18. ROSE HILL - Dan J. Fuss
ell, Registrar, C. W. Surratt, Jr.,
S. W. Wilkins, Judges; Ward Far
19. MAGNOLIA - J. P. Tucker,
Registrar; John R. Croom, G. E.
Drew, Judges; Walter J. Maxwell,
20. KENANSVILLE - Mrs. Ella
Gooding, Registrar; Hubert Brown,
H. T. Brown, Judges; L. H. Quinn,
John Williams Evans, Assistants.
II T. Brown and Evans of Mag
nolia. FUNERAL SERVICES
MRS. SARAH CROOM
ON THURSDAY P. M.
Funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mr .ana Mrs. O. P. John
son here for Mrs. Sarah Croom, aft
71, mother of Mrs. Johnson, who
died at the home Wednesday morn
ing at 12:05.
Rev. P. L. Clara, retired Presby
terian minister of Burgaw, who was
Mrs. Croom's pastor for years when'
she' lived in Burgaw, conducted the
services, assisted by Rev. Murrell
K. Glover, Methodist minister of
Kenansville and Rev. H. L. Davis,
Methodist minister of Farmville.
Interment was In the Burgaw
Cemetery in Burgaw.
Mrs. Croom was the daughter of
the late R. L. and Catherine Player
of Burgaw. She Is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. O. P. Johnson, with
whom she had made her home for
many years; one grandson, Jimmy
Johnson of Kenansville; one sister,
Mrs. J. B. Harrell of Watha; two
brothers, R. H. Player of Fayette
ville and J. B. Player of Wilming
ton. Mrs. Croom had been in declin
ing health for the past several
years. She has been a resident of
Kenansville since 1935 when Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson moved here and
he became superintendent of the
county schools. Mrs. Croom made
many friends in' Duplin and was
loved by all who knew her.
EVERT DAT LIFE
By: Mrs. Howard Joiner
Judge: "So you say the defend
ant stole your money out of your
Lizzie: "Yes, your honor."
Judge: "Then, Lizzie, why did
n't you resist?"
Lizzie: "Well, Judge, how was I
to knaw that he was after my
HE TALKED TO GOD ABOUT IT
While visiting in an ut-of-town
hospital, my attention was held by
the manliness of a little 12-year-old
boy who was in the business
office paying his mother's hospital
bill since she was being discharged
that day. A nurse standing aear
patted him lovingly the shoulder
and said, "Sea, it's a miracle but
your mother is going fo be alright."
His Una trembled' as he replied,
"But Mam. I knew It all the while,
for you see I talked to God about
it." As he happily departed, the
kind nurse told me his story. "For
over six weeks his mother, a wid
ow with three young children, had .
been in the hospital critically 111,
and. the doctors could offer, little.
If any hope ?of her recovery. But
her maaly -little sea refused to ac
cept their verdict and continued
to haunt the hospital every avail
able moment and wheat the doctors -plainly
told him they held a hope,
he defied them by saying, "Shell
be well for I know. Tea see, Tvo
talked to God about It." A4 toOy.