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By MBS. EDDK GOODMAN
Mr. and Mm. Thurman Davis
and son are visiting relatives In
Kaleigh. Richmond and Baltimore
We are glad to report that Elbert
Whitman who has been as opera
tive patient in Wayne Memorial
Hospital for the past several days
Is Improving. .
Mr. and Mrs. El wood Goodman
and children of Greenville ' spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blnsonand
son visited Elbert Whitman In the
v Wayne Hospital Sunday night
' fr. and Mrs. Gideon Cherry and
.family .of Washington, D. C. are
visiting friends and relatives here.
v Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and fam
0:rl::ra Thcnpson And Defly Ray To
f ::'e Their Debut In Roleili This Week
By JACQUELINE BVBKE
Dnplln debutantes are excitingly
awaiting Friday night when they
will be formally presented to so
ciety at the annual Terplschorean
Ball In Raleigh. This year one hun
dred and thirty-four girls will
make, their debut
; Miss Barbara Jeanne Thompson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Thompson of Warsaw and Miss
Betty Landon Bay, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Bay of Faison will
make their debut this week end.
Both girls are thrilled -ever the
'many parties, new clothes, and
the good times that go with the
week end. Betty says she "can
Preparations for this big event
began shortly after the invitations
Issued by the Terplschorean Club
were received. The selecting of a
chief marshal and four other mar
shals was first on the list Then
began the mad search for just the
right clothes and the all important
, debutante gown. After many head
aches, aching feet and waiting, the
Important moment finally arrives.
Barbara will have as her chief
marshal Alex G. Webb of Chapel
H11L Her other escorts are David
G. Mlddleton, Earl R Hule, Will
iam Farrlor all of Warsaw; and
James a Ware of Asheville.
Betty's chief marshal Is her
brother, Horace T. Bay: Her other
manuals are raison uoseiey
As we again honor our County
la "The Duplin Story", we are In
clined to look in the past and make
comparison with the present to
evaluate our achievements. We.
the people of Duplin have a right
to Join other Americans in looking
with pride on the strides made in
one of the greatest health problems
el the ages. Tuberculosis. It was
a war declared by the people them
selves against public enemy No.
1, better known at the Great White
Unlike the days of our ancestors.
the odds today are on the side of
the people. The battle is still in
, progress, but we are winning. To
. day there are over 3000 TJ8. asso
: datlons affiliated with the Nation
al Association In one big united
fight against tuberculosis.
"' Less than 100 years' ago XB.
was first in the eause of death,
killing 300 out of every 100,000
living In this country each year.
Little was known about Its diag
nosis and treatment less was
known about it was spread. It Was
believed to be Inherited. There are
many living now Who in memory
can recall whole families who were
' wiped out by "consumption" as it
vsu often aSML.Mr',
. Today through experience and
research, we have highly effective
methods of ease finding and treat
ment X-ray. is an invaluable aid
la diagnosing T. B. , even In Its
earliest and most cureable suae.
The death rate has now been re
duced 85 per cent 5,000,000 people
are living today that would have
died If T. B. had been allowed to
klfl at the rat It was 50 years ago.
- However, the victory has not
been achieved. Despite gains made
T. B. is still the greatest killer of
young adults between the ages of
, 19 SUM 35.
la looking back we know that
aeunite progress has been mad.
When we consider the future we
realize how much work Is yet to
none nerore this destructive
foe la completely conauered.
We of Duplin, even though In a
amau way in comparison to the
richer counties, are in the fight
V our bit -to help reach the
t i of total eradication.
. Duplin County Tuberculosis
--"elation was organized In ifia.
4 IT. B, V. Wells it first presl.
t The late Mrs. Inez C. Boney
i instrumental in its organlza-
i f i i'recf-J its activities.
r It v-s to tie eatth Drpart-
ily of BeulavlUe spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Belt
Bobby Summerlln and Bevis Al
phin vUlted, friends Jn, Salemburg
Sunday. ; .i ? , ' ' r- , ' 1
. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Edwards and
children spent last Sunday at the
beach. " .
Mrs. Anna Boss Bell of Kinston
spent the week end with relatives
here. , . '
Mr. and Mrs. Adele Howell, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Howell, Mrs.
Edward, Hoffman and baby spent
Monday' afternoon .with Mr. ; and
Mrs. Eddie Goodman. .
Mr. . and Mrs. Gideon Cherry
and family of Washington, D. C.
were supper guests of Mrs. R. S.
Summerlln. and family Monday
Hicks of Faison, J. Faison Thom
son of Goldsboro,- John A. Oates,
Jr., of FayettevlUe, and Claude
Barbara and Betty will leave on
Thursday for the gala week end
of social activities. Registration for
the debutantes is from four to six
o'clock at the Sir Walter Hotel.
Thursday night the girls will meet
together for the first time to re
hearse the traditional figure which
forms an., impressive part of the
Debutante Ball. Following rehear
sal all the- debutantes and their
chief marshals will attend a party
given by Caroline Westbrook, Jac
queline Johnson, both of Dunn, and
Rachel Court of Fuquay.
, Friday there Is a luncheon at the
Sir Walter Hotel and that night
is' the Debutante Ball when eachJ
girl will be presented to North
A morning dance will be held at
the Carolina Country t!lub and on
Saturday afternoon the debutantes
will be entertained at the Govern
or's "Mansion. Saturday night is
another formal dance with private
parties planned around the dock.
The debs win return Sunday, tired
and weary but with many pleasant
memories. ;-"' '
Barbara attended Greensboro
College and Betty Is a graduate
of Saint Mary's; both will leave
the 15th of September to enter the
University of North Carolina.
case finding, public health educa
tion, vocational rehabilitation, and
relief from economic distress.
The -association activities are fi
nanced by proceeds from a Christ
mas Seal Sale each year In Decem
ber, with a supplement from the
county funds. " ?
Present officers are: ,
Dr. E. P. Ewers, President; Lewis
W. Outlaw, Vice President; J. C.
Thompson, Treasurer; Mrs. Iris
Powell, Recording . Secretary; Dr.
H. W. Colwell, Seal Sale Chairman;
Mrs. Gordon Kornegay, Executive
Directors: - -! "
Miss Hilda dontz, Dr. G. V,
Gooding, Rev. N. E. Gresham, A,
W. Greenlaw, A. D. Wood, Stephen
Smith, Ben Brown, Al Brown,
Messrs. H. A. Parker, B. C. Se liars,
J. B. Stroud. Charles Thomas H.
B. Kornegay, M. B. Holt, A. C.
Hall,. J R. Grady, Aldine Whit
field, and Mesdames G. S, Best N.
B. Boney, Charles Brummitf.
With the leadership of the above
officials, directors and support of
all Dupllnltea, tuberculosis control
for Duplin must go forward."- . -
REVIVAL BE HELD
There will be a revival at the
Free Will Baptist Church In Beula-
ville beginning Sunday night Sep
tember 10th. Bev, Fred A. Riven-
bark from Durham will be the guest
speaker. Services every night at
7 JO o'clock. Everyone la cordially
invited. - 1 1 '.
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The Junior Class of the Beuls'
viile High : School ' met Tuesday,
August 29. Class enrollment Is 61.
The purpose of the meeting was
to select class officers which are
now as follows:
President Minnie Simpson;
Vice-President Murphy Thlgpen;
Secretary, Glenda Edwards; Treas
urer, Betty Jo Home; 'Reporter,
We hope to have a very success
Class advisors' are Mrs. Bruce
Banbec and Mrs. F. V. Spence.
t .; t by: , Class F? sorter.
' ,; - - . Ann Mercer.
zt Li:! Tcr
Jurors for the Criminal Court,
September 25, term of Superior
Court for trial of crimlRnl esset are
listed below: F"
First week - f i Vpt,
J. C. I r, T" -
Leslie D: Turner, G. W. Lanier, T. i
F.- Sanderson, Charlie Vann Nor
ris, Jonah Whaley, G. R. Brlce,
Elmore Brinson, BiUle McNeills,
Ethan Wells, Chancey Ivey Smith,
M. T. Thlgpen. " .
perry Knowles, R. S. Powell; J.
M. Brown,. Melvln Powell, A. B.
Lanier, Pozie Houston, L. C.
Qulnn, Dick H. Simmons, J. w.
Qulnn, Owen Bishop, Ben Maready,
Jr., McLeon Sholar, Henry D.
Brinson, B. F. Murray, J. D. Blan-
ton. E. E. Fields. Frank Somers, ;
William Elmo , Maready, Frank
Rhodes, Samuel Grimes Shelton
Carr, Toble Mercer, Willie Best
E. H. Garris, jGeo. R. Kornegay,
Richard C. Williams, and C. H.
; Second week Lewis G. King,
L. J. Whaley,' Wlnford GuyWal
ter Miller, V. H. Brewer, Waitus
Cavenaugh, G. A. Pope, Walter
Rhodes, Lawton L. Smith, Clarence
Edwards, Jlmmie Bland, Gaylor
Maready, Edward D. Hawes, C. T.
Gurganus, Peter Pickett Jr.. Bill
le, Brinkley, J. J. Benson, A. H.
King.- ' . ,....;
Frank B. Faison,. Lamb Korne
gay, H. W. Lanier, Dempsey Brown,
Eusebiua W. Johnson, M. J. Sho
lar, Flave Mercer, Jule Hilt G. M.
Bell, Mrs. Myrtle K." Qulnn, .Amos
Branch, E. B. Brown,. Roscoe
Pierce, Roy Hunter, W. G. Edwards,
Edward Kornegay, Almon James,
and Levi Sanderson.. ...
. Marriage licenses were " issued
this week by the Register of Deeds
of Duplin County to the following:
. Frances . Townsend and Ellis'
Henry Williams of Duplin (white).
. C. H. Newbold, New Hanover
Co., and Betty Ray Sandifer, Meck
lenburg Co. (white).
V John Robert Brown and Arlene
Futrelle of Duplin (white).
Norman Edward Whaley and Iris
Cleo Qulnn of Duplin white).- .
Wilbur Herring and Jaunlta
Best of Duplin (colored). .
Ernest King and Mamie Parrlsh
of Duplin (white). ' '
Nathan' Coe Murray : and Ruby
Evans of Duplin (colored). '
Boyden P. Roberts, Duplin Co.,
and Florida Marie Williams, Way
ne Co. (white). ' ' ;:
: Jurors for the County . Court,
October term, , which Is scheduled
to convene October 9 are: ;
C. A .Precythe, Rlfton Brad
shaw, Stephen Raynor, E. F. Shef
field, Herman Henderson, Bud
Taylor, Cleon Smith, J. L. Wallace,
E. L. Robinson, R. P. Edwards,
Rushin B. Bostic, Roland Thomas,
Joseph YfliHiams, Ai H. . Qulnn,
Clender Bachelor, Troy Dail,, W.
J. Baths, C. T. Fussell, Homer L.
Usher, Pearlie Rivenbark.-G.NH.
Wilson, and Vauce Bachelor. . !
Cm ' P ""ft
Mr. I. R. Brown of Wallace who
was 85 years old last March still
has the baby dress be" wore when
but a year' dcV- ts-i-
The dress is hand made of white
muslin and over 43 Inches long.
In those days dresses were made
long enough to cover the feet. The
dress has a panel of embroidered
insets and tiny tucks. The skirt has
five Inches of tucking with an em
broidered ruffle around the -bottom.
There are three baby pearl
buttons down the back. . ,. -'
County this week restored citizen
ship to Joe Garner. ' , ,
The petitioner was convicted in
the Duplin Superior Court at the
February term, 1932, for bank rob
bery and was sentenced to a term
m State Prison. He was granted a
pardon by the Honorable Clyde R.
Hoey in December, 1937, -
Witnesses testifying for the pe
titioner were: Alan- A. Marshall,
A, A. Pearce, S. M. Jeffries, C. J
I Hunt, Jr., L. P. Trash and Tracey
A Leiier To
Warsaw, N. Carolina
September 6, 1950
-. - . , "
Mr. J. Robert Grady- . i '
Editor . 1 . " :
DUPLIN TIMES ' i ,,.. ;.
Kenansville, N. Carolina , ' j ,
There is a movie coming to' Ke
nansville next week which is so
unusually fine. It feel compelled to
commend It to the people of your
.The movie Is- "Stars ih . My
Crowni- a simple, down-to-earth,
human interest story about a small
Southern town much, like Kenans
ville: its folks young and old and
the town's Parson, portrayed sup
erbly by Joel McCrea.
'-The title of this movie has been
Jaken from the hymn "Will There
Be Any Stars in My Crown", and
the entire message and spirit of
the picture is' In keeping with that
of this favorite of ' old Gospel
hymns. - ,. . -, .;.
Evidence of Its merit as a family
picture is proven by the fact that
it has been,. awarded Parent's
Magazine's highest recommenda
tion: It is definitely a "must" for
all, young and old, who desire to
see and enjoy a truly wholesome
and heart-warming movie. .
: Cordlallg yours,
,( Jerry Newbold, Jr.
Pastor . ".
Vi Warsaw Pxesby
' ' terian Churchr
TG Window Display
-A number of articles made by
arrested tubercular patients in the
county are on display in the win
dow at the Kenansville Production
Credit Association., -
On display are earrings, pocket
books, rag- dolls, baby garments,
crocheted bedspreads, chocheted
gloves, and many other attractive
articles. ' - - -
Orders and Information concern
ing the articles may be obtained
from Mrs. Gordon Kornegay, ex
cutive secretary :, for.' the Duplin
Tuberculosis Association. :
The undersigned having quali
fied before the Clerk of Superior
Court of Duplin County as Execu
tor of the Last Will and Testament
of George I. Brock, deceased, this
la to notify all persons who have
callms against said estate to pre
sent their clalm to the undersign
ed Executor, on or before the 2nd
day of September 1951, or this no
tice will be plead in bar of their
recovery; all persons who are ln
d! fed to said e..' "e v "1 please
make imme "ate pay - cut.
A3v""'t-1 tl.'s t' e 2.4 C. y of
- : " -, " ).
1 1 li"'..-.?, T r t A
C. il. Nines Dies
In Doctor's Odice
, Clyde Nixon Hines, age 50, died
suddenly Thursday night In the
office of Dr. S. A. Pope in Beula
vlUe after suffering an acute at
tack of asthma and having been in
ill health for several months.
j Funeral services were held on
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the BeulavlUe Baptist Church by
Rev, A. L. Brown, pastor. Burial
was in the church cemetery. ,
He Is survived by four daugh
ters, Mrs. Milton Cauley and Mrs.
Calvin Rouse both of Seven
Springs, Mrs. Kathleen Murray of
Wallace and Mrs. W. L. Wade of
BeulavlUe; two sons Charlie of the
home and I. J. Hines of the Army
stationed ' in Germany; ... fourteen
grandchildren; one brother Gar
land Hines of Mt Olive and one
sister, Mrs. Dollie Sumner of Pink
" EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as executor of
the estate of Mrs. Lola Kennedy,
deceased, laie oi uupiin. county,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
BeulavlUe, N. C, on or before the
8the day Of September, 1 1951, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to said es
tate, Wll 'please make immediate
payment. -s . -
.This the 8th day of September,
1950. -'".. r
.:: Grady Mercer, Executor
of Mrs. Lola Kennedy.
10-13-6V GM ' i
OO r ' ' i. ' " O
O ,'1 .There'd 'be plenty of room if you'd deposit your
O ,-W--,-.'.r " . ,; ....
O C ; - - ' Tobacco Money in the Waccamaw'Bank."
) . . n . . .
f V- i'
"Yes, Indeed.', Above is a group
watching a rehearsal of the epen
h,. f "The Dunlin Story",
Rm Rvrd's Historic Play with
Mih whlrli nnened In the Hamp
ton D. Williams Amphitheatre
iat nlcht The play will ran
through Tuesday nlcht barring no
rain-outs. There will oe.no snow
NOTICE OF SPECIAL -;
TERM OF COURT
A Rneplal Term of the Superior
Court "of Duplin County for trial
nf criminal cases with a Grand
Jury has been called to be held
at the Courthouse in Kenansville,
N. C, beginning Monday, Septem
ber 25, 1950.
' A, C. Hall, Chairman,
Board of County -Commissioners.-
It - 1 -,-
; By MRS. BEN SUTTON ,
' Mr. and. Mrs. Clayton Pate an
nounce the birth of a . son on Sat-
John Kornegay and family, D.
R. Kornegay and family' and Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Kornegay attend
ed the D. L. Kprnegay family re
union at Mr, Charlie Sloan's in
: Rev. and Mrs. N. P. Farrior visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sullivan
.. Edward Hines of Grantham vis
ited J. H. Sullivan last week end.
Nina Gray Parks of Hopewell Is
visiting Miss Mary Ann Sullivan.
: Mr, and Mrs. Garland Strickland
of Grant's Chapel visited the John
. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dall of Bethel
visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dail
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Two eet- 'a t
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pwoaey. ' T erikw
or eke.k 4 - Laraurat
aso tie Ytataa C ' Jo adat
if yea have f to aeil
mt exehajose. or t to bay,
wc wUI aeeeat sxiaee far
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
from a df.:ix - wax.
WRITE F03 ILL' TAXED
BOOKLET At J i -ATg, '
GiviNO us r ;n and
HOW 'FAB 0) Uvi FROM
HEATER WUU. CCrrPANY. INO
RALIICa, N. C
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms. Low Interest
are available tUrousb the Cltetoa
National Farm Loan AaaecUUoa.
See or write ' DB WITT CARK,
Secty. Treaa. at CX1TJTCN. N. ;.
First Class Ph nLLaj And
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All Work Guaranteed v
GEORGE P, PHIDGEN.Jr.
Phone 473 Warsaw, N. C.
. PIANOS -
We have a waapleto aapply of
new and gnranteed ased pianos.
For a saving Just see aa before
yoa bay. ' Wo sett aethlnx bat
JOHNSON PIANO COMPANY -,133
KINSTON, N. C
FORCED TO OLL!!l ' '
Beautiful little aplnet piano la
this section to Interested party
wno nas esiaoiisnea ert a ana eoa
make small dawn payment and
assume few mon&ly itiati."jseata.
Piano -fully guaranteed. Full key
board. Write Legal Dept. Box 869,
Concord, N. C. and wo will notify
where to see instrument
9-15-St C '
MALE HELP WANTED: ' ,
Sellable- man wita ear wanted :
to call on farmers ta Dnplht
County. Wonderful otpoiUicKT.
f 15 to 2 In a day. No experieae :
or 'capital - required. Permanent
Write today. McNES3 COMPANY, ,
Oept CM Candler. Eld
Baltimore t, Md.
USED CARSs . , ,
Good, clean ased ears for sale.
J. R. MERCER, BealavUle
' Mr.' and Mrs.1 Earl Whaley of
Goldsboro visited Mrs. L, C. Jones
Sunday. - -
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Garner of
Warsaw visited Mrs. Amanda Sut
There will ' be services at tbs
Holiness Church In this community
each Sunday night at 7:30. -
7 t a aoelation In
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