W-'Trirv -wt crv9rm w-"r ?
'- t J
Cel,-io7.S.C.S. Vcl:s lila Mr.:rs!:!p
: ' -Tol lrs. A. D. Cay At flcccr.l f ueling
: ' ' The Calypso Woman's Society of
. ' Christian Service met in the Meth-
odlst church Tuesday night Sept.
;-a.'lX.Mw. J. D. O. Sutton .and Mrs.
; ' Adrian Davis were hostesses. The
' '"presidenj, Mrs. Owen Sutton, calU
, " ed the meeting to order, opening
with prayer toy Mrs. H. A. Horton.
Mrs. a: B. Guy was in charge of
1 the worship program, using "Faith"
' as her, topic" Mrs.' Albert Price
gave a jprayer.::'.; ;.''''' tf"
During business Mrs.' A. B. Guy
'"Vas nominated fof a life member-
Mrs. A. L. Chaplin gave the pro-
gram, "Health Through A Brother
hood of Nations", She gave the
theme for the year and closed with
the song for the year.
:; The. meeting was adjourned with
the hostesses . serving , ice cream,
cookies and salted nuts to the fol
lowing ladles: Mesdames I. B. Her
ring, Owen Sutton, Albert William
son, j Raymond,. Cashwell, Hettie
Powell, Jim Herring,, M. R. Ben
nett, Br., M. R. Bennett, Jr., A. L.
Chaplin, -, H. r A. , Horfon, N Albert
Price; Misses Una Brogden, Lynn
Herring; and Mrs. A. B. Guy,
r 1 - t .
TfiU OF TS3 BLOODT 1AKSSCUB
COOKING SCHOOL t . ? ,,,, v
: The Faison Sesame Club is spon
soring a Tide Water Power Cooking
School at - the school auditorium,
Oct 4 at 2 pjn. A Hot Point Elec
tric Range will be given away free
as will, several amall electrical
Item and food. The admission .will
be fifty centii each person. : V
SESAME CLUB 7
The. Sesame dub held Its first
to lead their families in prayer
daily on behalf of the success of
the United Nations in winning the
war in Korea. The" Sesame Club
urges the churches of our own com
munity to join with our women In
this prayer pact, that right will
prevail and lasting peace come to a
Mr; and Mrs.
C. A. Decker re-
meellng of the fall Wednesday with' turned to their home Jn Jackson-
, MNrW. JL CUfton presiding. Re- vine, jria. Saturday. Mrs. j. v, eii
ports from department chairmen accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs.
showed" much enthusiasm in plans ' Decker were honored Wednesday
' for the -winter's work. by Mr. and Mrs. N. F. McColman
' Mix.' A.' A.' Banadyga was wel- at dinner. Thursday Mrs. N.;K.
' corned il l member of the club. I Oates entertained the Deckers.' On
'The General Federation of Wo-
men's Clubs, of which the Sesame
Club Is a branch, asks the Women
, , . . . ' . n.
II Aniltw Mima imf,
1 .U), I 4 X,4i
n-UrtUmj ml LmnTo
Friday Mrs. I; R. Faison and Mrs.
J. E. Faison were hostesses at Grif
fins in Goldsboro. Mr. and Mrs.
Raven Lewis honored them at sup
per Friday evening. Mrs. C. D. Lee
entertained, her "Chatter Club" on
Thursday afternoon in honor of
CLASS PARTY " '
Mrs. I.. R. Faison entertained
her Sunday School Class of the
Presbyterian Church Saturday af
ternoon in her garden. The girls
wore Gypsy costumes. Fortune
telling, gypsy singing and dancing
were, enjoyed around the fire. -"WOMEN
OF THE CHURCH n ;
The Women of the Presbyterian
Church met Monday at the home
of MrjAv R. Hicks Jr with Mrs.
J. C. Bell and Mrs. N. K. Oates as
sisting hostesses. Mrs. D, Newton
presided. The devotional was -led
by .Mrs. A. H. Witherlngton and the
His nam doesn't matter so
much. Let's call him Rant Goad.
Hla murder ' remains unsolved by
authorities after sixty years.
And yet there are those Actually Ltook him to. a doctor but the pny-
stin living who know who hla mur
derer is or was. In fact there was
more than one m - tna mumer
tang, tf you oaa call it that For
Ezra waa the worst kind of a bul
ly. :. ' -'-o ' .', .y : -
He lived to Wilson County m
1890. It was September B of that
year. The story could start earlier,
however. You could tell of all the
fights diat Sara would pick with
people. Of bow he treated hla fam
ily and of bow big a bully be was.
Then came September 6. It was
the first day of the Wilson tobao
eo market which was to become
the world's largest bright leaf
mart and which was to sell to
baccojiveraging 55 to 60 cents for
ihe whole market in 1850
Anyway Ezra decided to come
to town on opening day. He and
his good wife also decided to take
aloag a oig dlshpan of ' barbecue
to sen on the market. '
- rhey started out As they rode
down the dusty lane tat their borse
& awn carriage toward Wilson nei-,-nei
talked much. They had fought
the nghi oef ore. .
Suddenly shots rang out along
the road - First one shotgun blast
and- then ' another Ezra fell .dead
"nost Instantly over the dlshpan
of oaroeeusu! . t s
u.Hts wifw whipped up the ,borset
and ! swiftly came on t& vnuoa
Ezra M dead on -arrival. Thej
dclan could do no sood.
There Wtira. sad to relate. Dlentj
of people happy hi Wilson count)
Mini iimnit .. CM. WWW M f.
more. . . - . f.
The story though, goes a ums
further. It seems that four- men
decided that Ezra had done
enough bullying and . damage " to
the Inhabitants of the county so
they decided ta ambush him on
the way to town and do away with
him. .. ..'!
They atrung themselves-, out be- i
bind trees along tne lane oe was
to pass so that if one missed, the
others would surely get him.. They
did. . - r-- .. . -
Some of them are living toda
That's the truth. But that's,; all
that Is known. No one knows, real
ly, who they are. , :
No one reallr cares. acoordmg
to those who ten the s t oryj- Eaw
was such "a bully.
And there's a sequel ,. to an
of this. . l
After Jim's wife bad taken her
husband to a doctor ah went on
and sold the barbecue, blood-'
stained witb her husband's blood.
There never was any
about tne barbecue
Mrs. Gray 'Hume returned to
Richmond Thumday. - '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bowden are
visiting Dr. and Mrs. Beals Bowden
in Jacksonville, N. C. ,
, JUrs. Joe Pridgea of Greenville
visited Mr., and Mrs. P. G. Adams
' Carol James left this week for
A C, Wilson. He is a senior,
.; Mr. and Mrs. H. KJ. Thornley re
turned Friday from visiting their
daughter in Maryland.
. Mrs. Sam Lewis-Jind children
visited Mr. and Mrs. Colin Lewis
the past week. Mr. Lewis joined
them, over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bowden and
program was presented by Mrs. ' daughters spent Sunday with Miss
W M S MEETS "
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church met Friday
with Mrs. Mary Clifton. Mrs. R. D.
Clifton presided and conducted the
devotional, Mrs. L. D. Groome and
Mrs. Mary Clifton presented the
program "Can .You Read?-"
tiliE A YEAR TO PAY
V1'' v.O s AFTER flRAmiATION
fmOLLNOWv;; PAY AFTER GRADUATION V, .
JvVe are offering a limited number of students this ex
ceptianal;pjan.' Enroll.now . . i Be a graduate in just
6 months ,vThen pay your tuition in easy installments
. . . Call, write or visit us for full information .
ni,..l Ca.-J, : COLD WAVES ... 2.95 up
: LUmJIj JLCUaiJ . OTHER WAVES. price
'All Work by students . under professional supervision
28 No. 2nd Str-WUinineton. N. CX Phone 2-1750
W. P. Troutmanr Ownec , -. David L. Trontman, Instructor
Alice Morton In Beaufort.
Mrs. W. M. Baugnam and daygh
ter ,spent Sunday with Dr. and
Mrsy Beals Bowden in Jacksonville.
, Dinner guests Thursday of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Faison were Addison'
Hawley of Goldsboro, and Mr. and
Mrs. Addison Hawley, Jr. of Calif.
Mrs. J. M. Smith and son spent
several days last week at Lumber
Bridge with Mr. and Mrs. Willifwd.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fouts, Jerry
Pouts, Curtiss and Brooks Gates
attended the Carolina-State game
in Chapel Hill Saturday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cates and
Tad spent Sunday in Mebane.
Boone, N. C. The annual home
coming celebration will be held at
Appalachian State Teachers Col
lege on Saturday, Sept. 30, with a
large crowd of alumni ; from all
over North Carolina expected to
be in attendance.
- The day's festivities will begin
with open' house in all women's
dormitories from 10:30 t6 8:30.
Teas for alumni will be given from
2:00 to 3:30 p.m. by the social
studies department in room 20 of
the administration building, the
Home Economics department in the
home management house, .the wo
men's physical education depart
ment in the women's gym, and the
busings education department in
ro6m 14 1-2 of the administration
The annual homecoming football
game will be played against Elon
college at 7:00. p.m. After the game
the regular homecoming " dance,
from 9:30 to 12:00 midnight. Ad
mission will be $1.00 per person.
Appalachian State Teachers col
lege has graduates teaching all
over North Carolina, and the col
lege administration hopes that re
presentatives from each of the 100
counties can be present for, this
-! 'Raleigh, - Col. James R. Smith,
ebmimmding'wHicer of the. North
Carolina Highway State-Patrol, to
days-announced1' that a training
sehool for Highway 1 Patrol recruits
will he held October 30 through
December to J fill approximately
25 vaeanoi I Xh Patrol. Appli
cations of eandtdates will be ac
cepted? through Ootober 10.
F. F. KENNEDY DIES
Frank F. Kennedy, 70, prominent
farmer of the Nobles crossroads
section of Lenoir County died sud
denly of a heart attack at his home
about 9:30 p.m. Friday of last week.
He is survived by his wife, Fanny
Harper Kennedy; one son, Carl
Kennedy of Deep Run; one daugh
ter, Mrs. Floyd Barnes of Kenans-ville;-one
niece, whom he raised,
Mrs. Marvin. Houston of Leaksville;
eight grandchildren; three brothers
Paul of Beulavllle, Steven of Pol
locksvllle and Owen of Norfolk, Va.
and 'several, nieces and nephews.
Funeral servicer were conducted
from the Home at 2 p.m. Sunday by
Rev. Stephen A. Smith, Free Will
Baptist minister of Beulavllle. "
i- VflTH TH2 i r
-), BeikrtaM f roat CharlMion. W. Vs. "Gaietto"
MEREDITH ENROLLS .
612 FOR 1950-51
The official enrollment for Mere
dith College for the 1930-51 se
mester Is 612, including regular
and special students, according to
Mrs. Vera Tart, College Registrar.
Th?3 is an increase of 66 over last
year's enrollment of 550 students.
The following students are from
Duplin County: Sue Carol Oswald,
Trudy Williams, Asha Farrior, and"
Mary Evelyn Brown of Wallace;
Mary Evelyn Barden, Anita Fussell,
and Emma Grey Teachey of Rose
Hill; Kathleen McGowan, Faison;
and Estelle Waller, Mt. Olive.
The student body represents 74
North Carolina counties, 13 other
States and the District of Col
umbia, ; and six foreign countries '
and territories outside the contK
iieiHal United States including Chi
na, Cuba, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Puer--lico,
MRS. NANCY SIIOLAR
Mrs. Naiu'y L. Sholar, 63, died
at the home of her Son-in-law,
Carl Ravnur uf Chjr.quapin, "Rt. 1,
Saturday morning at 3 o'clock. Fu
neral sc.-Wi.ei were held at 3 o'
clock Sunday afternoon from the
residence with the Rev. King D.
Brown of Burgaw in charge. Burial
was in the Sholar Cemetery. Sur
viving are her husband, A. J. Sho
lar; two sons, Bennie and Timothy;
two daughters, Mrs. Carroll Raynor
and Mrs. A. L. Lanier; three grand
children, all of the home community.
Twe eeata per wore nnxiiuuiu
eatarfe of SOe. Unless you ba?e
an aecooat with aa pleaw seo4
noaey, stamp, money ardei
ar check with ada. Farmera:
oaa the Times Classified ads.
If yeej have auythlng to aeil
ar snrtiange, or wast to buy.
ra win accept produce for
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
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GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH, N. C.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest,
are available through the Clinton
National Farm Loan Association.
See or write DEWITTCARR,
Seety. Treaa. at CLINTON, N. C.
- A man may1 have authority over
others, but he can-never have their
heart, except by giving his own,
"' ' W. Wilson
Prices Up - Sell For Cash
SOUTH JOHN STREET,' GOLDSBORO, N.
j VHIiY PROMPT SHU VICE
- By: TOM FAM-EV
canine - tntellr
thr subject of
tesu - of ' dogsi
T E L E 1 H O N E' 2 5 i 2
1 Ktiiee has Detsti
In laboratories have the dtsadvan
uk Of subjecting te animal to
nltuailoim nut comparable, to any
IhiiiK in their everyday lives And
observation fay owners and dot
fanciers am- liable to emotional and
diKiojied rt-ports. Vet. every person
ho is " nose aasociation wicn
dog fwi that pertain reasoning
power iiuhi b present to account
for luany im-is. , -
Thrii Is lh slory. foi instance.
l,t a Orost IHiii nsibed Nero wha
vidtfiiily nkMtb way hla master
liraW mi lbs sofa at night: Oae
cteiuim ihe dot derided to copy
hi niBir Wht-u the ownar re
turned home he found bis pet
spread -mst full Ifrigth In hla loungt
ma t lace.' "Oel down off that sofa
biii! never lef xee you on It
sxaln." ba shouted The dog slunk
off Nest evvntiuj. ihe pet bad fig
ured out a solution. He realised
his place was on the floor. When
the master eame home he found
Nero comfortably stretched - ever
lhre sofa pillows that he ..had
hauled down from the couch.. f ;
- . Another case that seems to re
flect thinking ability Involves" a
wlre-hnlred terrlr ,namp(t "Vitlrn
Duo" v !m 1 f !. ! i " f '
wetea ihe-osef' When he tu inert
pack, the pat-ksu had diHaiipuuu ti
Valentine cheerfully, followed bun
about the, bous -a tie 'Sesrvhud
tor. the jnissuig object But it
couldn't be found "Next evuiM the
master decided to have loam and
tea - Bagerlyi awaiting ' the usuut
lid Wis, the .Xo8 .dfmrverea the
toast had lost H relish witbuut
Its bacon fat ', First Iwiltnig l her
master. -sadly .. Valenuu , duxhed
down the basement tuii ami i'
turned with the package unharmed
H-her -mouth -;---. v'
. Another- strtkrbg V : a
Oeekev .Spauiasl nwnewrJeff". who
had alwaya been fed table straps
until he was taken Ay hla owners
to visit surae frlanas., The trlenda
U Cu-lrug of thslr-sagsiKl they
used jouly -.caufledi food. So during
the tWu weeks Jeff waava guest, be
a IV canned tooth AfteD he 'returned
home, bis ; mistraas -MavUd' -to
scrape the table acra.pa. into hla
food dish aa usuar after the first
meal.' But as she leaned over, the ,'
dog started ' barking. Then he ,
grabbed thai dhrhi batwssO' his teeth .
and tan-with It to the retrbwrator. ,
L Irt- tha boms- where, ha had visited, .
the canned dog tool bad always -come
out of the. Ice box. ' ' ' ?
- Incidentally, this talk about dog
Intf'Si'rrence reminds us of a sage'
,. ., . .ii,,n! eoipx-naj has-made.. It,
- i reacon doge
. i . 'e ta
- s a lu
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Phone 473 Warsaw, N. C.
We have a complete supply of
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For a saving Just see us before
you buy. We seu nothing but
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13 W. NORTH ST.
. KINSTON, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED 24 x 12 Celotez
Ceiling, .WaU Board, Hay Wire,
Field Fence, Galv. 5-V, Roll Galv.
Roll Tin, Composition Shingles,
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FARM FOR RENT
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Beautancus, Rt. 2,
' Mt. Olive, N. C.
... , , t
JUST RECEIVED another 100 rolls
seamless tin. The last of my book
ings. Get yours now.
For Sale: New Remington Pump
Gun 20 Ga. $78.00 with one box
' -v J. C. RUSS, Warsaw.
104-21 C --v ,
MALE HELP WANTED Man
with ear wanted for route work.
$15 to $20 in a day. No experience
or capital required. Steady. Write
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best greetings in the
THE SOUTH -
Hake more money. Sell Embossed
Name-Imprinted Christmas Cards,
50 for $1. Make 50o on 21-Card $1
Aasortmentg, IS others include Re
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rrr3 Imprint Samples, Assort.
i"!fif on arnroval. CHAT.'I, $3$
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