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v Mr. Belle Hlnnant held her first
dancing class in Warsaw Saturday
morning in the Grammar School
with a large attendance. Ainu Hin
nant comet from Wilson, having
taught dancing there for 24 years.
She hat had six years of stage ex
perience. She has two assistants
who with her will teach ballet, Up
and acrobatics. Classes will be held
each Friday afternoon at three, o'
clock In the Grammar School. Char
ges will be $1.00 per lesson, one
hour long. , v
.The PTA will have Its regular
meeting in the high school Tues
day Nov. 28th at 7:30 p.m. At this
time a movie will be shown which
places special emphasis on "Good
Sportsmanship", j This program
will be of special interest to the
men. A good attendance is expect
ed. Around 300 were present at the
. Mrs. Arthur Cooke entertained
her bridge , club Thursday night
at her attractively decorated home.
Guests for the game were Mes-
dames Earl Whitaker, George Clark
Momon Barr, Emerson Jones, Lau-
gbton Aibertson, Robert ' Lewis,
and Miss Nora Blackmore.
Miss Blackmore won cocktail
napkins for club high and Mrs.
Whitaker won napkins for visitor's
high. For traveling Mrs. Clark re
ceived a clothespin apron. Upon
arrival the hostess served fruit
cake topped with whipped cream
and coffee. During the game the
: guests enjoyed coca colas, nuts and
Misses Anne Huie and cousin,
Winnie Lew MsSwaln of Arcadia,
Fla. are expected to spend Thanks
giving week end with Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Huie. They are students at
1 Converse College.
' Mrs. John Peirce plans to spend
the week end with her daughter
. In New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Phillips of
New York City are expected Wed
nesday to spend the holidays with
Relatives in and near Warsaw.
Ralph Best, Jr. spent the week
end with Mrs. Best and children.
He la stationed at Paris Island, S.
C. f ..
. Mesdames R. L. West, Graham
Phillips, R. D. Johnson Sr. and R.
D. .Johnson, Jr. attended the fu
neral of J. A. Powers in Wallace
Monday. ' A
Mrs. R. L. West returned Monday
after spending several days In Rich
mond attending the UDC Conven
tion. -J .!, .;
Miss Peggy Mitchell spent the
week end in Clinton with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mitchell and
sons spent Sunday in Aberdeen, '
' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rogers and
family of Chapel Hill spent the
week end with Mrs. W. A Carter.
Marina'Blackmore returned from
Dr. Sidbury'a Hospita) Sunday and
is improving. ; .
- Mr. and . Mrs. Graham Phillips
and daughters spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Alley Hart in
Kinston. v v .
Rev. and Mrs. J. Paul Edwards
of Roseboro spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs, Walter Bostic
. Frank Haisllp is improving after
an illness this week. : . . '
Mrs. Stacey Britt attended the
football game in Wilmington Friday
night.; -v.-:' ;.:.
Mrs. H. L. Stevens Sr. Is recu
perating from a fall she received
Thursday. She suffered painful
head injuries, v .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baars and
family visited in New Bern Sunday.
Attending the funeral of Mrs.
Rose Best Teachey Sunday .were
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pollock, Mr. and
Mrs. David Carlton, Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson Carter, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Best, Mrs. L. O Williams, Mr.
Herman Hollingsworth, Mrs. . Ella
Womack, and Mrs. R. E. L. Wheless.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Humphrey of
Raleigh spent the week end with
his parents here
Mrs. Bonnie Thomas and baby
are improving after an attack of
cold and flu.
FRUITS for fruit cakes. Get
yours now. C. E. QUINN CO.
Kenansville. N. C.
REGULAR DINNERS, aU kinds of
sandwiphes; steaks, barbecue pig
and chicken. Open week days from
5:00 A. M. til 10:00 P. M. Closed
on Sundays'' ' r '
J. R. Mercer, Prop. ,. BeulavUle
12-8-4 1. pd. ,
FARM FOR J RENT: .One-horse
farm with acres of tobacco. One
4-room house, on school bus route;
THE DUPLIN TIMES
Published each Friday in Kenansville, N. C, County Seat of
Editorial business and printing plant, Kenansville. N. C.
J. ROBERT GRADY, EDITOR OWNER
Entered at Hie Post Office, Kenansville. N C.
ax second class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $3.00 per year in Duplin County.
Lenoir, Jones, Onslow, Pender. Sampson and Wayne coun
ties; tSJJO per year outside this area in North Carolina: and
4 00 Per year elsewhere.
Advertising rate furnished on reqnent.
: A Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
economic and agricultural interests of Duplin County. '
XlSort Carolina bA
2 tobacco barns, one pack nous.
AU other crop acreage wanted. In
Kenansville township. .See or write
C. H. Holland, Bt-1, Kenansville,
11-24-21. POV H M,-y-.
t r -. .
12-1-21. 1 1
plenty of good water
from ; a drilled well. 1
write for illustrated '
' booklet and estimate, '
giving us direction and v
. how far you live from ....
your: postoffice. -
heater well company, ind
raleigh. n. c
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest,
are available through the Clinton
National Fans LoW AaaoeUtiah.
See or write ' DE WITT CASK;
Sooty. Tress, at CLINTON, N. C,
MALE HELP WANTED: Man with
ear wanted for route work. $15 to
$20 In a day. No experience or
. PIANOS V '
We have a complete supply of
new and guranteed used pianos.
For a saving : Jutt see as before
yos buy. We sell nothing bat
planes. ::-t. ?':: r'-.y
JOHNSON PIANO COMPANY
133 W. NORTH ST. .
'V; - KINSTON, N. C
Li.L.4 ,L.ZT, Warsaw.
NOTICE OF RESALE OF LAND
' UNDER MORTGAGE
TAKE OVER PIANO!
Small spinet piano with standard
keyboard. Case and interior In ex
cellent condition. Guaranteed
100. Party with good credit and
able to assume several monthly in
stallments can purchase. No down
payment required, Don't write un
less Interested. '
Write CREDIT DIVISION, Box
889, CONCORD, N. C.
12-1-3 C ,- 4- ; .
ShJiU'ilimii ' J
t fc.oat. voasaSSSJoaSaSBBBS
i"Ns ., , .
i f . t,' isvsiae ji
t from IrwMe yoer hawse Y
lMf roll ir htr
awnings te twit your seedf. . -:
Catch the whrtar son far light '
r;nd warmth 4 . that oaf direct '
1 ummT heat with vantllatad
sliada. Tailor) ta fit all wln
daws, porch t, fMrtlo. Taar
' choice of colon.
' for compM Infaiaiatloa tame
' la to , f lopfcaae or wrMe
' far oar fro fH -color f ol dor,
BR 00 KB A UK
'" P. O. Box 83 Phone 2S0S
307 Vance St. Clinton, N. C
BRICK. LIME, MORTAR, DRAIN
TILE, DOOBS, PLXWWOOD, AND
MASONITE ON HAND.
BRING ME YOUR JERUSALEM
1 J. C. Russ, 'WARSAW
FOB SALE: One new 8 ft. Cast
Iron Bath Tub, complete with fix
tures. Will sell for $50.00 cash.
See or Write - - '
MRS. WILLARD JOHNSON,
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
11-24-lt. Pd. , , .
FOR SALE: Two hornless Poll
Hereford bulls. Full blood from
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain
mortgage executed by L, L. Brock
and his wife Maggie T. Brock to
J. J. Barden, Jr. mortgagee, dated
December 30th, 1946, and recorded
in Book 438, page 97, of the Duplin
County Registry, default ' having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured and
said mortgage, being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure, the
undersigned mortgagee .will offer
for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the court
house door In Kenansville, North
Carolina at noon Monday, Decem
ber 18th, 1950, the property con
veyed m the said Mortgage. The
same lying and . being in Duplin
County, North Carolina, and de
scribed as1 follows: ' -
Beginning at ah Iron stake forty
feet west of the line of D. S. Wil
liamson, W. R.: Bryant place, and
a corner of Jessie Davis land and
runs North 2 E 6 poles to an Iron
stake, thence North 79 V4 West 20
2-3 poles to an iron stake in the
edge of a ditch; thence South
West 6 poles to an lroq stake on
AS. 0. ?? liiiIIUVJ m - AAUC, VUGUkC
South 79 Vi . East with the D. S.
Williamson and Jessie Davis line
26 2-3 poles to the beginning and
containing one acre more or less.
The highest bid at first sale hav
ing been raised 10 the bid at
second sale will start at $158.20.
A ten percent deposit will be re
quired of the successful bidder as
evidence of gqod faith. ; .
This the 18th day of November,
' J. J. E .4(.1, Sc.
A. M. Britt, Att
, , NOTICE OF BALK
la The General County Court,.
North Carolina, ; .
TOP MARKET CASH PRICES
fpAILV FOR ALL VARIETIES
Andrew & Knovles Produce Co.
.. Mount Olive, N. C.
. "5: Telephone 2491 '
By virtue of an order directed
to the undersigned from the Gen
eral County Court of Duplin Coun
ty in the above entitled action. I
will, on Monday the 4th day of
December, 1950, at 1:00 P. M., in
front of the Duplin County Jail,
Kenansville, N. C sell to the-hlgh-est
bidder, for cash, oae confisca
ted' 1949 Frazer 4-door sedan. Mo
tor No. FM 12209, Serial No. F499-
This the 6th day of November,
1050. . f
' Ralph 2: Jones, Sheriff
. i DupUa County.,'
12-l-2t.,!",- . ' ' . '
Due to circumstances beyond ou
control we are forced to close ou
our business The Duplin Mercan
tile Company is a well estahllshe
and profitably business, located I
the most desirable spot in Kenan.'
vllle. We must sell at once: v
DujlinMereantile Co. In
KENANSVILLE. N. C. r
SubscrUb Te The Times
Carts, Wire Fencing, Nails, 5V Galvanized Tin,
Roll Roofing, Stoves, General Line of Ilardware,;
CrosleV Shelvadore Refrigerators, All Kinds
. i -
v Stock Feed, Tobacco. Seed, Light Bulbs, Clay
, ! I
Brick, Brixment, Work And Dress Shoes, Heavy
, ' ' :
And Fancy Groceries, Boots, Overalls, Sliirts, ,
.FerUlizers, Collars, Bridles, Plow Chains And
Hundreds Of Other Items Needed Around The V
''s--y :' I ' " ' . ' ; - :
"Home And On The'Farm. ; -
wv i T l J - ' or .afoW .VM 1 LBSl B . ' . '- f Of I Or alSSo. k V V .
5V AT T77
1 1 . -ir;1-;.1".
"7"1 ' y
TWO PRIZES TO BE filVEN AVAY
FOR THE GIRLS
FRANKLY, WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON
ST I GLITZ OIL BUR N IN G
- i ,
."-."if i .'
This heater will heat a small 1
" home. Output 54,700 B. T. U. ', '
Original price on this heater
was $102.00. For quick sale, u
we offer this heater ' for
SOME LUCKY GIRL WILL WIN
A 27 Inch OLD FASHION DOLL
DRESSED ALL IN PINK NYLON
AND RUFFLED BONNET - MAT
'CHING PARASOL AND . GOLD
SANDALS. REAL HAIR.
RETAILS FOR $49.50
No Buying - - No Puzzles f
JUST REGISTER NOW
' . AT .
BELK S TOYTOWN j v
ANY BOY OR GIRL UNDER It
MAY REGISTER BUT MUST .
BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS -
rr . . ' i f
1. ANY BOY OR GIRL UNDER -
' 12 IS ELIGIBLE (Except faauU
' . lies of persons employed , hy .
2. GIRLS WILL REGISTER FOR :
DOLL BOYS FOR THE BI-
' i CYCLE.
- 2. CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOM
PANIED BY THEIR PARENTS. :
4. EACH CONTESTANT MAY
, REGISTER ONE TIME ONLY.
(Any person registering snore
than 'one time will not bo eli
gible to win).
B. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE
12 O'CLOCK, DEC 22, 1950.
FOR THE BOYS
f . X -
BOMB FQRTUNATE BOY WILL V ? -'
WW A rD AND WHITE 2i to;;.,, r: s .
high (-CYCLE WITH (TSArNE 't v-
wsraLs. - ... - 'Sj
' VALUED 'AT -' '
Do Not Have To Be Pregent '
d?jui::g 4:C3 oxlcci; c:c. iu
' Will Be Announced Over Station WR2 Catoi-y tlcrning '
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