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KENANS VILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
in." nni'Liii Tinr.n
Garner - Padgett
"w On Friday afternoon, May 12,
at 3:15 o'clock at the home of Mr.
Jsnd Mrs. F. A. Berthelot on Plank
'street, Mrs. Audrey Howard Pad
gett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.
T. Howard of Warsaw, became the
bride of Jesse Q. Garner, son of
Mrs. J. Q. Garner and the late Mr.
Garner of Warsaw. Dr. A. W. Green
law, pastor of the Warsaw Bap
tist Church, performed the cere
mony. For her wedding the bride wore
a rust-colored two-piece suit with
white accessories. Her flowers were
a shoulder corsage of white carna
tions. After the ceremony the bri
dal couple left for Carolina Beach
for a short wedding trip.
Mrs. Garner is employed at Mit
cheners Dining Room alnd Mr.
Garner is associated with a local
contractor. The couple plan to make
their home in Warsaw.
Mrs. R. W. Riggs entertained
her bridge club members and addi
tional guests to make up the third
table on Friday evening at 8 o'clock
at her home. Pink roses and green
ery were used to decorate the home.
For club high Mrs. Joyce Burton
received a handkerchief. Mrs. Bill
Sheffield won a-pin cushion for
The hostess served ice cream
with strawberries and cookies at the
conclusion of the game to Mes-
dames Burton, Sheffield, Ed Shef
field, Charles Sheffield, Robert
Frederick, Mitchell Brltt, John
Fonville, Ralph Best, Jr., Ed Hlnes,
J. H. Hines, J. T." Gresham, and
Penny Branch H DC
The monthly meeting of the Pen
ny Branch Home Demonstration
Club held Its meeting Wednesday
afternoon in the home of Mrs. Cor
tez Blackmore with Mrs. John
Frederick and Mrs. Kenneth Fuss
ell, joint hostesses. Miss Hilda
Clontz demonstrated "Remodeling
A House". On the leader's program
were Mrs. Hinton Askew, House
Furnishings; Mrs. Dewey Potts,
Arts and Crafts; and Mrs. John
The Spring Federation date was
announced for June 1st at 2:30 p.
m. at the Memorial Auditorium in
There were 19 members and
one visitor, Mrs. Street Kornegay,
present Heavenly hash and cook
ies were serve a. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Phillips held
a barbecue dinner on Sunday at
the home of Sheriff and Mrs. Ralph
J. Jones. About 84 friends and rel
atives were present The dinner
consisted of barbecued chicken and
pork, pies, cakes and drinks.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Ed
win Sheffield was hostess to her
club at the home of Mrs. B. C.
Sheffield, Sr. Spring flowers were
used n the rooms where two tables
were in play. Mrs. Charles Shef
field won corn cob holders for high
and Mrs. W. J. Middleton received
note paper for traveling and was
also remembered with a silver in
dividual teapot for recent bride's
Between progressions Mrs. Shef
field served drinks and nuts and
when scores were compiled she
served chicken salad sandwiches
Miss Eva Belle Kornegay, accom
panied by her brother, Clontz, left
Saturday for Decatur, Ga. where
she will be an attendant In the wed
ding of her brother Henry Street
Kornegay to Miss Betty Bond of
Decatur. Peggy, Robert ana Mar
caret Kornegay left Wednesday to
attend the wedding. Clontz return
ed on Sunday.-
Mesdames Leslie Brown, L. M.
Kennedy and guest Mrs. Sam Moore
of Newport News, Va. are spending
several days at Wrightsvllle Beach,
Mrs. J. W. Straugban and Mrs.
Herbert Best spent Thursday In
Messrs Allan Draughon, Sr. and
Moseley Phillips returned from St,
Louis Thursday where they attend
ed the Purina Mill Convention.
Mrs. Stacy Britt spent part of
the week in Concord with her mo
ther. She was accompanied as far
as Statesville by Mrs. W. J. Mid
Mrs. Ed Strickland is with her
family in Jacksonville, Fla,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers
and son spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Bostlc in
Mrs. W. A. Carter's guests for the
week end were Mr. and Mrs. Char
les Barker of Oxford and Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Rogers of Chapel Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mitchell and
family are spending the week at
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle and
family spent the week end In
Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett
spent Sunday in Dillon and Roland
with Mrs. Nan Burt
Misses Mary Lee and Mae Brock
of WCUNC spent the week end in
Miss Martha Ann Smith of UNC
arunt th week end at home.
: Mr. and Mrs. Laugfaton Albert
son have moved back into their
home after it being remoaeiea
following a recent fire. ,
Those alert white-belted boys
and stria vou see standing on cor
ners near schools, guarding weir
classmates from traffic dangers,
are going to have their day of pub
lic recognition again this year!
Saturday, May 12th, has, been
ifenifftiiited as National School Safe
ty Patrol Rally Dtty to nonor anu
thank Safety. Patrol members for
the grand life-saving Job they are
doing, according to Coleman W.
Roberts, President of the Carolina
"Throuehout the nation. School,
Police and A. A. A. Officials will
Join in community thank-you
events to commemorate another
no-accident year at school cross
ings, largely due to- the work of
School Safety Patrols, coupled with
splendid safety education activities
in the classrooms", Mr. Roberts
"Today, more than 460,000 Pa
trol members throughout the coun
try protect some 9,000,000 school
mates. That their life-saving work
helps to produce real results is
shown by the fact that from 1922
to 1948 traffic fatalities involving i servil Uoux Uas on either
.Minnl-aOO pnilOTen D lO it IUWVCU 1 "
30 percent while lor au omer ne
groups the death rate increased
ANNOUNCE BDJTH J
m .nil Mrs. Robert A. Hunter
of Lowell, Mass. announce the birth
r.i . nllahter. cnervi. on may
in Lowell General Hospital. Cheryl
weighed 7 pounds ana O -ounces.
Mrs. Hunter is the former Helen
Rouse of Warsaw.
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. OuUaw
announce the birth of a daughter,
Wanda Faye, May 10, 1950, Wayne
Momnrisl Hosoltal. Goldsboro. Mrs.
Outlaw is the former Ruth Qulnn
The young people enjoying the
dance numbered about fifty. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Vernelson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Middleton Jr. and Mr.
P. Harmon attended. ;.
More Real Facts And Figures About
Published Statement Concerning
Your Sheriffs Office, And
A Statement Of My Policy
In a statement published recently your attention has been called to the amount of
Court Cost and fines collected during the past three years.
Have you studied this statement? What does it actually show?
Is our County a better place in which to live now than before these costs and fines
Arc morals in our County any higher now than they have been during the past
Were these fines and costs paid by big criminals who made large amounts of money
from law violations? Or, were they paid in a large measure by average citizens of Du
plin County for minor infractions of the law? ,
Have you been told how much of these costs and fines were collected in cases
brought into court by the Highway Patrol?
Prior to 1947 when there was no Jury in the County Court no Jury tax and stenograph
er's fees were taxed la the bills of cost Since the return of a Jury In this court $1 has
been taxed In each bill of cost paid by defendants for Jury fee and stenographer's fees,
Have these increases been pointed out to you before?
In some eases are a number of separate warrants issued against the same defendant
for minor offences that should be consolidated in the same warrant Is this done to In
Who gets the arrest fees In these cases?
COSTS, FINES AND SALARIES
OF COURT COST
.M COURTS INCLU
YEARS DING FINES
ANCE PAID, BUT
1949 - 39,752.69
Total Court Costs and Fines collected in County and Superior Courts in 1949 is
$16,868.23 less than it was in 1947, and yet the amount paid out for Salaries and regular
.travel aUowance but not including fees paid to deputies has Increased 17,398.45 since
' - The amount of Salaries and regular travel aUowance shown above were for the fiscal
years, July 1, to June 30.
How much of the Court Cost paid was received by deputies?
Witness and Officers Fees paid to deputies- during last year by the County and
through the Clerk at the Court's Of flee amounted to $5,175.66 la addition to Salaries
and Travel received, and not Including fees for capturing illicit stills, and out-of-the-connty
mileage for transporting prisoners. This $5,175.66 does not Include fees collected
from defendants and paid direct to deputies by magistrates.
r The General Assembly of 1947 Increased cost In criminal eases as follows:
Fees of Justices of the Peace:
Affidavit, each "
Warrant, each '
Recognizance, each .
JcJment, Contested, each . ;
Judgment, Not Contested, each
Capias and Order, each
Fees of Other Officers:
Ccj Lis, each -: ,1 ;
C y : i .?-v l"i distance
FEES ";. ,.' PER CENT .
' 66 2-3
: ioo . ,
100 ,. ,
I believe that the Sheriff Office should be operated for the enforcement of the
laws of the land for the protection of all people, 'white and colored, rich and poor.
In view of my sincere feeling for fairness and Justice for all persona, I pledge that
If I am nominated and elected Sheriff of Duplin County I will:
1. Select deputies of highest calibre and Intelligence;
2. No more depuUes than are needed to properly enforce the prohibition and all
other laws and carry oat the duties of the office;
3. That I will recoasmend to the governing body of Duplin County to pay these do
putles a fair equitable salary for their work and THAT NO SALARIED DEP
UTY BE ALLOWED TO RECEIVE ANY FEES OP ANT KIND, EXCEPT FEES
FOR CAPTURING WHISKEY. STILLS AND THAT ANT FEES COLLECTED
AS THE RESULT OF WORK DONE BY THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE BE PAID
IN TO THE TREASURER OF DUPLIN COUNTY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
GENEARL FUND: AND THEREBY HELP THE TAX PAYERS OF DUPLIN
?J COUNTY. '
I believe that all thinking persons will agree with me that we ean get fairer enforce
sent of the law If an officer knows before he makes an arrest that his salary will be the
same whether he makes the arrest or not
.Tour vote anal ssmpert in the approaching Democratic Primary will be greatly
Tc:tfc:r lo .
IN BROADCAST; '
A number pf radios in Warsaw
tnmA in on WRRZ in Clinton
m wrMflv afternoon May 12 at
R.qn nvinrk to listen to the broad-
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cast given by the piano pupus oi
Mrs. J. E. Williams. To some of the
pupils this was a novel experience
but they soon became, acquainted
with their surroundings and played
their special numbers with ease
and grace. The program was as fol
From A Wigwam - Thompson
A Mav Dance - Ketterer -
March Of The Wee Folk -Gaynor
Mary Lou Potter.
Dainty Bluebells - Miner -America
- Cervenka -
In Hanging Gardens - Davies
Chop Sticks - De Lilli -
The Marines' Hymn - fecnaum
Beautiful Dreams - Foster -Marie
Barcarolle - Offenbach -Peggy
Romance - Sibelius -George
Hungarian Rhapsody - Liszt -Peggy
Misses Laura West, Jean Miller
and Betty West entertained on
Friday night at Mltchener's Din
ing Room following Class Day
exercises at the High School. The
guests of honor were members oi
the senior class, escorts and dates.
The table was covered with a
lace cloth and centered with a
punch bowl in a nest of ivy and
red . roses. Burning white tapers
tied with ivy flanked either side
of the bowl. Openfaced sandwiches
Mrs. A. C. Green, 6th grade tea
cher at MlUbreok School will hear
plaudits of 200 former students, t
parents and fellow teachers at a
banquet Thursday night, May 18,
at the Raleigh Woman's Club. -
Mrs. Green will retire at the end
of the current term, which Is the
41st year she has taught in the
public schools of the state. She
estimates that during that time
she has taught 1500 students.
The former Effie Isley of Ala
mance County, she was graduated
at the top of her class at Eldh Col
lege in 1904. After teaching in
Alamance, Burlington, Greensboro,
and in Georgia, she came to Wake
County in 1910 as principal at
Wllder's Grove. She has taught at
Mllbrook for the past 14 years.
Toastmaster at the testimonial
dinner will be one of her former
students, State Auditor Henry
Bridges, 1925 graduate at Mill-
brook. Also attending to pay tri
bute will be county superintendent
Randolph Benton, MiUbrook prin
cipal, W. M. Beasley and J. E. Mil
ler of the State Department of
Mrs. Green Is the wife of Albert
Carl Green. She has three daugh
ters, Mrs, George V. Penny of War
saw, Mrs, Gilbert S. Taylor of Mill
brook, and Mrs. Kermlt S. Sander- '-'
ford of Raleigh.
The foiling is the list of Seniors
who graduated from Warsaw High
School this week:
Evelyn Blackburn, Jack Byrd,
Carolyn Carr, Emily Frederick
Chestnutt, James Drew, Jeanette
Drew, Ann Huie, Sara Hunter,
Macy Lanier, J. B. Merritt, Jean
Miller, Ernest Motingo, Wanda
Moore, Mary Lou Phillips, James
Qulnn, Ren Smith, Kathryn Steed,
Sue Shine, Ann West, Betty West,
Edna West, Laura West, Phyllis
Whitfield, Billy- Wlggs, and Iris
CONTINUED ON THEATRE PAGE
Increasing numbers of dairy far
mers are finding it pays to test
their cows and keep records of
production, feed cost, and income.
1(1. rs. i I
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CONDENSED MILK 14 oz. can
SUNNYFIELD S. R. 10 lb bag
TEA BAGS 16ct.pkg.
DINNER ROLLS pkg.offl
A & P's OWN SHORTENING 3ft can
PACKER'S LABEL 46 dz. can
IONA ... 46 oz. can
TOMATO JUICE ; .
GOLDEN MAID white . . 1 fli
SUNNYFIELD Vd stick ltt
CURED SWEET' '
WHITE ' - .10 -ft bag
FLOKIDA - . 5 ft bajr
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