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1.ia i ,Uve v.i.j-president of
the N. C. I arm Bureau urged "ac
tive support" from the organiza
tion's r.ejro division In "helping
us hold what we've got." .:.:.? ..
R. .riake Shaw of Greensboro,
one of several farm leaders who
counties at the division's third an
nual meeting at A and T. College,
added that members must utilize
all agricultural . Information poss
ible in order to become better
-farmers. A large number of dele
gates were in attendance - from
" Duplin County. ; -,
... -me iiujjuimiico 01 ine rami bu
reau waa discussed by Perry N.
Taylor of White Plains, newly
elected president; Claude A.
nett, special assistant to the V S.
secretary of agriculture, and A. W
Solomon of Greensboro, Farm Bu i
reau field man.'; i
Other speakers Included X. Y
BaUentlne, State Commissioner of
Agriculture, and R. R. TJlley of
Raleigh, program Medalist fnr th.
state division of the Production
ana -Mamting Administration.
The Chinquapin Home Demon
stration Club met lrh th atk
at the home of Mrs. Alice S. Ke
nan and was enjoyed by all. The
discussion on Window Treeatment
as very interesting. At the close
iellclous refreshments Wert ser
Adult Homemaking Class
The Adult Homemaking Class of
.Bison ana Warsaw, under the su
erviglon of Miss G. M. Smith,
Don't you dare go with
al out adequate ) coverage
besure that you are
insured lor every
of lelii uas y, 1 14 five success
ful and enjoyuie meetings.
The Class at Wars) hn an
rollinent of 47 persons-. The unit
oeing taught Is "Making Your Clo
thing Dollars Go Parther." .
The officers' are: Mrs..Lenora
Williams, Chairman; Mrs. Dorothy
Wallace. Co-chairman! Mra Rnhsn.
ca uavis, secretary" ppp.-.: v-p;
The class of Palson has an en
rollment of 18 and have been par
ticipating In the unit of work, "Get
ting Your Money's Worth."
The officers art: Mrs. Mamie Slo
cum, Chairman; Mrs. Carrie S.
Brewington, Co-chairman, and Mrs."
Scottie Thompson, Secretary. . I
It Is the sincere wish of each
member of the class that you will
attend their exhibit at the end of
the .course. s , . ,
AET WORK SHOP
The Art Work Shoo tar rtimMi. )
County Negro Elementary School
Teachers began early in January
and lasted for six weeks. The work
ihop was hold on Thursday after
noon of aach week. Mra H T
Chick, who is fat the. Art Depart-
ment at Fayettevllle Teachers Col-
leOt. VMS dlrHtr Aha tnuarf
and enjoyed by all, and as a result
oi ner interest ancr efficiency all
were able to cot much mora accom
plished than expected.. : ;
acb teacher shewed a great deal
of interest and enthusiasm. This
spirit existing among the group
made the work a ml pleasure.
As a culminating activity of lh
Art Work Shoo, there was a aouhtv
wide art exhibit The exhibit was
Iviaith 7. The pri.ajii v- s lau-y
attended and very enjoyuvle. Those
participating on the program were:
Rev. M. S. Branch, master of cere
monies; Messrs. J. E. Belton, E. A.
Ware, O, P. Johnson, Sunt. : of
Schools; H. T. Chick, Director of
Art Work Shop; W. E. Smith, Fran
cis Knight, Misses Cornelia Best,
Miss Inez Brown, Mesdames Isabel
la 'McGowan. Willie , McKayp.
Thorpe, and Edith Dickerson.
Many distinguished visitors and
friends were nresaht. Among them
were Mrs. A: D. Wood, Music Su-'
pervisor (or Duplin County WhKe.
Elementary Schools; ' Mrs. Ruth
Woodson, State Supervisor of Negro
Elementary Schools; Dr. N. H.
Harris, Director of Education at
Shew Unlversary, Raleigh;' Mrs.
M. L. Turner, Ex-supervisor of
Duplin County Negro Schools; and
Mrs. Whyte of Fayettevllle Teach
ers CollegeThe Supervisors from
Sampson, Wayne, and Kllsabeth-
town were present and a large dele
gation of their teachers and prin
cipals. . ' . '
The exhibit remained on display
from Marcb 7 to 11. More than
1900 persona (white and. colored)
viewed the large number of art
icles made by teacher and stu
dents. .-."" -.iV.i "; . v;;
MUch credit for the success of
the work shop goes to Mr. O. P.
Johnson fo rhls willingness to have
Mrs. Chick Invited to the County
to help the teachers, arid because
of his generosity in purchasing nec
essary material! to sponsor , the
program. ,' '.S.
District principal! in each school
did a grand Job In seeing to it that
. J V . i it t -.. S I- i-
i i i I. ..a and Uiat they 1. . J tue
,ic,.er materials with which to
woi'k, , v
: We wish to thank the following
for their contribution to the Art
Work Bhojc .Warsaw Hardware,
Farmers Hardware Mrs. William
Teachey, Mr. Judeon Gregory; radio
announcer, and the Duplin Times
for news releasee and for discarded
newspapers to use In the work
shop. We also wish to thank each
and everyone for their cooperation
in making the art exhibit a success.
Scott Store Club
' The Scott Store HDC met In the
home of Mrs. Zollle Kornegay with
, . i... J. lay lor co-tu,. ..
i rcjut leaders for the mouth of
March, gave, their , respective re
ports on happenings. In their de
partments. Miss Clouts gave an in
teresting talk on family finances
and the place to keep Important
papers. - v . .
'The hostesses served a delicious
chicken salad course ' to the 23
present at the meeting. v
94 Take TB:
Mrs. Ruby Kornegay of the Du
plin TB Association, reports that
during the month of February M
"t : ; .
peisom were tunned by x-ray
at the regular clinics which are
held at the Health Department in
Kenaneville each Monday morning
and Wednesday afternoon. Of this
number one ectivt case of TM wu
found, and several suspects. Two
other esses of TB were reported
by private physicians, bringing the
total to three cases of active TB
discovered In Duplin last month.
' These patients have already be
gun the "rest cure" at borne while
awaiting their admission to a sana
torium.:,,;; , v';", V'
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