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Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brock of Rose
Hill announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marie, to John E.
Green, Jr., of Pelbam, Ga., son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green of Ga.
The wedding will take place in
Mrs. G. P. Pndgen visited her
daughter, Mrs. C. G. Brown, Nor
folk, Va. her son Eccles V. Pridgen
also of Norfolk and her daughter,
Mrs. H. W. Shoular in Rich Square
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reaves
of Goldsboro spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Beaman Lashley.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Watson of
Fremont spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. Beaman Lashley.
Sgt. and Mrs. John Creech, re
cently stationed in Japan are mak
ing their home on Center Street.
Creech is Recruiting Officer for
the U. S. Army and is a native
of Selma. Mrs. Creech is from Ala
bama. Mrs. W. B. Teal and Mrs. N. A.
Mitchell attended the funeral of
Mrs. Mamie Teal Pratt in Wades
Mrs. Blanche Wilson spent the
week end in Winston-Salem.
Mrs. J. C. Brock spent the week
end in Greensboro visiting her dau
ghter, Mae, at W. C. U. N. C.
Miss Fannie Wilson visited Miss
Mary Belle Surratt and Mrs. Her
bert Bailey in Greensboro this
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Edwards of
Barnsville spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bostic.
Mrs. Frank Thomas visited Mrs.
B. W. Worley in Wilmington last
Mrs. W. J. Middleton Sr. spent
a few days last week with Mrs. B.
B. Bryan in Wilmington.
Mrs. Allen Draughon Sr. attend
ed the Fagg-Sisk wedding in Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and son,
Ashley, of Raleigh, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jones.
Mrs. Hart remained for a longer
Mrs. Stacy Britt and children
spent the week end in Concord with
Mrs. Annie Green. She was ac
companied to Concord by Mrs. S.
B. Bartlelt who remained for a two
Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank all of our many
friends and neighbors for the many
kind deeds and expressions of sym
pathy shown us during the death
and burial of our wife and mother.
RICHARD EARL BROCK
Death angels visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brock April 16
and took from them their beloved
son Richard Earl, 17.
Richard Earl we hated to see you
' go. There is a vacancy in our home
' that can never be filled, but God
- knows best. He giveth and taketh
and doeth all things well. The choi
" cest flowers is picked first, that's
why God called you to bloom In
v liYBRiD :
f rinc George Co., Vlroinlo, woo owqroJtd ths $100 p rixe
for making 212.01 buofiolo ptr oero In 1949. This l
the 100 Bosnel Club oll-llmo rocord for any stale.
Wood's V-50 made h top ovorogo yield of any corn
included In all Iht 1948 N. C Experiment Station- lest.,
' making 144.8 bushels per aero in one test. 1 ft has made
lop yields irt Experiment Station tosto from Louisiana
to Maryland. ?
that beautiful city not built by hand
but by Jesus, where there is no
more pain or sorrow, sickness or
death. So sleep on our dear boy and
take thy sweet rest.
CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank our friends and
neighbors for the kindnesses shown
us during the sickness and death of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brock.
CANCER CLINIC HELD
On Thursday, April 20th the Le
noir County Cancer Center held its
weekly clinic and 53 persons ap
peared for examination, 31 white
women, 4 white men, 16 colored
women and 2 colored men. Five of
these were recheek examinations.
Thirty-five patients were referred
to their personal physicians for
The Center is staffed by members
of the Lenoir County Medical So
ciety and Dr. James B. Bullitt of
the N. N. C. Medical School.
Persons attending the clinic
were from Ayden, Mt. Olive, Pink
Hill, New Bern Dover, Morehead
City, Seven Springs, Trenton and
The Clinic is held every Thurs
day in the Health Department. Reg-
Uncle Sam Says
"Save for year Independence" Is
a truism today Just a. It was 200
years ago. The liberty Bell, which Is
the symbol of the 1950 V. 8. Saving.
Bond. Drive May 15-JuIy 4, symbol
be. aU of the characteristics which
made this country strong. Of them
essential virtues, thrift Is one of the
most outstanding. Tour Investment
In Savings Bend will mean future
financial security as they return 14
for every S3 to ten year. Start "Your
Own Financial Independence" today.
I. 5. TrMiury Department
Prices Postpaid - V-SOi Bu. si l.w
Vi Bu. $6.10; rk. $3.30; Vi Pk. $18 5
Writ for WmcTi Swd Caiaioe CMid
Hybrid Corn Circular
S" ymm IMSULATIOM
TtTWORH OR lUKPgNEP
istration is from 10:45-11:45. Ex
aminations are Free. Wrappers are
furnished but if you prefer you
may bring your own housecoat.
should write for
Address .your request to Cancer
Center Secretary. P. O. Box 49,
Kinston, N. C, and indicate two
dates on which you could come for
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
ally, carefully, frequently enough
and with the right equipment. Gro
wers are strongly urged to contin
ue their blue mold control pro
gram, strive to get the best cover
age possible and use liberal appli
cations of material, especially when
conditions are favorable for blue
The midge and crane larvae, flea
beetle and white grub have con
tributed to poor stands in many
fAses. Thev are still active in cer
tain areas. The midge larvae, flea
beetle, and crane fly larvae can De
pnntrnllprl with DDT. The white
grub can be controlled with the use
of Parathion (observe precautions
in applying tnis). Keep a ciose iook
fnr thp vppptnhlfi weevil worm that
feeds on the leaves and apply DDT
for control. Keep on the look out
for plant aphis in the bed. (See
.. ir ' C..Mk'twiinciV wew ALL lOU Nl NOU-L $AVE MOWV 0)lTi I
j !M' JUKlf IfXK'- J
m-mmmmiiw-m "" "
I n mil ii i Hi ill irTTs ni
Amount In Hand - Superior Court. CWU Docket
" " " - General County Court, Civil Docket
- Trust Funds t ; ;
" " " - C. S. C. Fees
f " m Fines and Forfeitures (J. P.)
" - Miscellaneous Fees
- . other Trust Items s .
Net Bank Balances - Drawing Accounts v f "
Net Bank Balances - Savings Accounts
Cash and Cash Items on Hand
Postal Savings Certificates of Deposit (Original Net Investment)
U. S. Savings Bonds (Net Investment) . ..
' TOTAL'. V" '! ',', " i
' The foregoing is a summary of report flled by R. V. Wells. Clerk of Superior Court
of Duplin County, as of IVcrmber 31, 1""9.
your county agent for details).! .
IB applying waief 10 me VBua,,
many growers Will have to nam.
water and throw it on wilii a wash
pan. Some growers are using water
pumps and motor with pipe and
rotary sprinkling. head to water
the beds. Watering system can be
used to pull water from points
driven Into the ground in some
areas of the state. Many growers
will depend on small farm ponds.
A good reservoir can be established
In springy wet places Dy mowing
a hole in the ground with dynamite,
- I I, it (
. (CONTINUED FROM FRONT)
tv nivn In e a Durebred'dalrv female
from the counties of Sampson, Bla
den, New Hanover, unsiow, ren
der and Duplin. Early entries Indi
cate that some sixty animals In
this contest will parade before
Judge R. H. Ruffner of State Col
Ipbp Excellent donations have
come in for the dairy show from
business men of the area; White
Irp Cream and Milk Co.. $100:
Echo Dairy Farm, 150: FCX Store,
Burgaw, $25; Tide Water Power
Co., $25. Others are yet to be re
Cnastal Breeders Association are
donating $100 for the best artifi
cial bred calf regardless of breed
and in this class the animal need
not be a purebred and Is open to
adults. $50 wilt be awarded to the
classes under six months of age
and $50 to be distributed among
those over 6 months of age. The
only entrance requirements are
that the animal be a female and
be born as a result of artificial In
semination. There are now several
hundred such calves In the area
and the Coastal Breeders organiza
tion is of the opinion that many
people will be interested in seeing
thc snnerlnr animals. If DOS-
sible, those wishing to enter an an
imal should contact their, county
agent prior to the ahow or The
Dunlin Times' will be glad to ac
cept their names and forward the
Following the Judging the an
nual strawberry banquet will be
held at 7 p.m. with Prof. R. H.
Ruffner delivering . the address.
Prof. Ruffner is widely known as a
sage, philosopher and humorist and,
as someone stated, "The nearest
thing to Will Rogers I have heard."
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend the festival and fanners and
business men are particularly urged
to hear Commissioner Ballentine
as his message will no doubt be
pertinent to the problems of this
B. F. Grady To Hold
The Honorable Clyde A. Erwin,
Superintendent of Public Instruct
inn fnr the state of North Carolina,
will make the principal address at
KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
JR. V. WELLS, C o. i.
DEC. 31, 1949
" -a Superior Cqurt, Special Proceedings .
. superior Court, Criminal Docket :.
.. .. . General County Court. Criminal Docket
" - Judgments Collected
the B. F. Grady School Commence
ment, May 740. according to a
statement issued today oy n. m.
Wall, nrlnolnal of the SCO 001. "
introduced py uouniy superin
tendent O. P. Johnson, Dr. Erwin
riii owlc to natrons of the school
and to the twenty-four members
of the High School Senior cuss ai
8:00 B. M., May 10, in the a. r,
R,h sriiaal Auditorium. This ad
dress wflT constitute the concluding
highlight of the schools woo com'
menxement season. ;! j. ---v g
Prior to the Wednesday evening
graduation exercises, when dlplo '
mas- will be issued to members of
the high school senior class and
certificates to about 85 eighth
grade students, there will be other
commencement events. The Bac
calaureate Sermon will be preached
on Sunday, May 7, at 3:00 p.m. by
a guest minister whose name will
be announced later. The Class
Night exercises in the form of a
play, "Of Footprints and Time",
May -8, at 8:00 p.m., will feature
the following students: Valedicto
rian. Thelma Jones: Salutatorlan;
Joe Garner! Class Vlcjj-Presldent,
Jewell Ann Shappard; Historian,
Maebelle Outlaw; Giftorian, Nathan
Kelly; Class Poet, Mary Cornelia
Smith; Prophet, Martha Soutner
land; "Time Piece," Milton Dall;
"President Truman," Alfred Har
per ;School paper, Walton Harper
and Louise Hill:: ::BItf-timer", Jim
Parker; Jokesters, Thomas Qulnn
and Annie Mae : Grady: "ooy
friend", William Earl Tyndall; "Hot
Foot", Alfred Wells; wasnington
trin hnv and eirl. Herbert Williams
and Georgia Lee Rouse; Testator,
iris Jean Deaver: Special Songs,
Catherine Harper, Iris Jean Deaver,
Martha Southerland; Introducing
Mascots. Emllv Lois Kornegay;
Girls who "Don't care for boys",
Joyce Smith and Virginia snutn;
"De-feet," James Vernon.
Miss Geraldine Gradv of Fayette
ville spent Monday thru Wednes
day with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Durham Grady. -
Miss Annie Lois Grady of Mt
Olive spent the weekend with Miss
Joyce Oates. ' i
Miss Geraldine Grady and Mrs.
Durham Grady visited Mrs. Joe
Herring who is a patient in a Kin
ston hospital Tuesday.
The Women of the Church met
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Mewborn
of Goldsboro were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Byrd Sunday.
Misses Edith Byrd, Ruth Teachey
and Jean Smith attended the Youth
Rally in Wallace Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Edith Grady celebrated her
birthday Saturday. All of her chil
dren and most of her grandchildren
were there. A delicious barbecue
dinner was served in the yard.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
, 4 410 97
1 024 14
1 739 76
9 215 60
,1 159 67
70 636 78
' 8 748 44
8108 119 88
$ 66 910 90
10 217 62
5 188 09
81 808 23
8106 119 86
r L- Davis a ... u.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Muvvborn and
Jean of Savannah, -ua.; wr, ana
Mrs. P. H. Williams and Joan pi
Newport News, Va. Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie A. trews ana huuw
Winston-Salem; Mr. and Mrs- Dur
ham Grady, Mr .and Mrs.-Henry
F. Grady, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Oates
and Joyce, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. G.
smith and Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Grady and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Grady and family, tor.
nnvmnnd Gradv. Other friends of
in familv mending the day were
Miss Hazel Kornegay or uoiasooru
and Miss Annie Lois Grady oi mi
Olive. , -
Jr. -Sr. Banquet
Th. RAninr of B. V. Grady were
honored Friday evening, April 21,
at Hotel Kinston with a' banquet
given in their honor by the Junior
Class. ' , ,
The dining hall was decorated
with tulips and other spring flowers
and a color scheme of green and
yellow was carried out The theme
"April Showers" was artistically
. The toastmaster Gilbert Smith
nnansri thp nrnsram: Kenneth Har
per gave the invocation; welcome
to everyone, Gilbert Smith; a solo
..... h.i VUnnnp fZaxr WnrH n ff ' toast
BUII wiciiuw. w " J
to seniors, Anise Kelly; response,
Joe Carner; toast to principal, Gas
ton F. Grady; response, Mr. H. M.
Wells; toast to teachers, Joyce Max
well: resDonse. Mr.. J. H. Dotson;
special music by a group of the
Juniors; toast to guests, Alice Kor
negay; response, Rev N. P. Farrlor..
The menu was: orange juice, icea
pplprv. niekles. fried chicken, rice
and gravy, baby lima beans, lettuce
and tomato salad, ice cream and
cake, tea, and mints.
The program closed with singing
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