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C" "3 RATES: .
In c per word. sntalatum
e of tOo. Unless yea have,
ta avsvnnt with s please tend
money stamps, money order -r
ceci with ads. Farmers: ,
Vm too Time Classified Ads:
If yoa have anything to tell
or excitant, or want to kuy.
wo will accept preduce . for :
payment. - , -:- ,-':
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
1 WEITE FOR ILLUSTRATED .
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE.
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
KOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
YOUR POSTOFFICB. '
: HEATER WELL CO. ISd .,
1 , RALEIGH. N. C U .
FARMERS I have about tout
of undergrade nay. All right to feed
horses and cattle.- W01 seU the
whole bunch for S4M per ton. -,
W. . BELANGA,
; Kenansville.' r
S-1C-2L Q . ) ' , ..
WANTED: RelUblean with ear
wanted to call oa farmers in Du
nlin County. Wonderful opporton
EASE OF ERECTION
"Built To A Standard.
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. Not To A Frice
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l j ana otner persons interestea in this week ana not let it arag.
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; The more yonli wear this py I ".
, 4 trlm year-roond LAMPL , ( ( J '
suiter the mere yeull love f; . f ' ' s " " ' i
H ... for H's so perfect for - S "
, every eoeaslon! Ifs of Sto- , ' . '
' j-vV twis wrinkle, resbtan rayoa '.
. sharkskin with an the nicety "' . I J 1 i
of detail, the meticulous fin- , i -
j' tehing youe always Eked . , lttllHU
'f, 'hi rnneh mors txpenslv " j
I ; ' , Wonderful sprlnf eolori in , ' 1 , , , '
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sixes 10 to M. A fashine Am .
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. The Re C-ffest S months
for L00. Mrs. Floyd Heath,
Pink Hill N. C. Telephone 217-2.
FOR RENT: A large brick (tor in
MaraoUa, K. C. jululnc the drat
tore :Er".road Street, for rent.
Reasonable' price. , (H. B. Gar lor
estate). See-' or write .-. ' - '"
t f MRS ALICE GATLOR,
jms as. '
'MAGNOLIA, N. C.
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LOST One wheel arid tire near
city limits' of Kenansville. Finder
will pleat leave wheel at Steph
ens Hardware, Liberal reward.
';;,,V:'V:i c r. Huffman, u "'
Wilson Constrnctlon Co.
V fceaansvllle, N. C. ..
D. E. BEST
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
A member of the Warsaw Pres
byterian Church for well over half
a eenturyj he 'served, as Sunday
School Superintendent; Chairman
of the Board of Deacons, and at the
time 'of Ifis death was Chairman
Emeritus of that body as well as
Treasurer- of the Sunday School
for which he had a particular in
terest and- devotion. . .
In earlier years he was an as
sociate of his brother L. P. Best in
a large mercantile business Alter
the latter1 death he organized the
business waring his .own: name,
D. E. Best, which is one of the
town's successful business firms
serving not only local but county-
wide patrons. During Wood row
Wilson's administration he. served
as postmaster at Warsaw for about
8 years.-v v '
In 1907 (Mr. Best married Miss
Wlnnifred . Peirce, daughter of
Thomas Buckner and Sallle Faison'
Peirce. To them 1 were born ' two
daughters, Mrs. Litchfield Huie of
Warsaw t nd Mrs." Gordon MS-
Swain of Arcadia, Fla. Mrs. Pest
died in MHO. ;; j.wv
Besides his daughters and six
grandchildren Mr. Best is surviv
ed by on brother, John W. Best
of Warsaw and many . nieces and
nephews.irmon them whom are
Mrs. Huldah Berry, R. H. Best, Jr.,
Ralph Best, Sr Jack Best of War
saw; Joe; Best, Clinton; Mrs. A.
Jones Yorke, Concord; L. A. Best,
Jr Methane; Mrs. W. B. Aycock,
Raleigh; Mrs. Charles Dexter, Rich
mond; Mrs. Jack Rummley Aydeirn
and Miss Lois Best and Mrs. Ken
neth Aoyall, New York City.
Funersl services were held this
afternoon at . 3" o'clock from the
Warsafw Presbyterian Church, con
ducted by bis pastor Rev. Jerry
NeWbold, assisted by Rev. M. C.
MaoQueen of Clinton. Interment
was in Pinecrest Cemetery. Neph
ews served as pallbearers.
MISS BETTY EDWARDS
, CONTINUED FROM FRONT
.j.-.t.i iy i i -y f -i
Styles .soprano, .4 I.Irs. L.uelh
SlUkker, ' pianist. ' In 'her presenta
tion,' which climaxed four years of
college work, Miss Edwards por
trayed not one character, as or.
the stage, but all of the characters
of the play. Her aim was to recre
ate and make live these original
characterizations without scenery,
lights, or stage make-up; . ; ; j q
The late Anna Baright Curry of
the School of Expression.-Boston, I
Mass., said,: -"Platform art la the
most diffleulf; of all the arts."
'Special adaptions of the play was.
made byMiss Lillian plonk, :f : '
Years of technical preparation,
study of .'Vocal modulation, and
training of voice and body precede
a student's graduating recital. ;
' Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards en
tertained at a reception honoring
their daughter at the manor imme-l
diately following the recital.
Among guests at the reception were
her classmate in the college de
partment of the school, members of
the faculty, the recital ushers, and
friends and relatives. Among the
latter from out of town were Mrs.
J. K. Smith, Mrs, T. A." Turner and:
Mrs. T. J, Turner of Pink Hill.
r CONTINUED ' FROM FRONT
timely information as pasture de
velopment and management, to
bacco bed insect control, Japanese
beetle quarantine, the emergency
cotton program, and the new dis
ease resistant varieties of tobacco.
Meetings scheduled for next
week are: Beulaville- School, Fri
day, March 18 at 7:30 p.m.; B. F
Grady-School, Wednesday, March
21 at 7:30 p.m.; Kenansville School,
Thursday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m.;
Potters Hill School, Friday, March
23 at 7:30 pjh. .. .. ;
. The farmers in each section are
encouraged to attend these infor
RED CROSS DRIVE
' CONTINUED FROM FRONT
' Emmett Kelly, Chairman for Ke
nansville township, will be assist
ed by the following: Ellis Vestal,
Thomas Brinson, J. B. Stroud, E.
O. Sitterson, R. E. Barwick, N. B.
Boney, Walter Stroud, Z. W. Fraz
zelle, Charles Nicholson, Paul
Stephens, - Amos Brinson, - Roy
Dunn, ' Hubert v Phillips, Harold
Jones, Jesse Brown, Wilbert Jones,
Henly Carr, Mesdames Merle S.
Lewis, Or Scott,, Jean Scott, V. H.
Reynolds, Sam Newton,.' Alton
Newton, Margaret Tucker, and
Verdle Benson. .
f Kenansville quota Is $475. .
'' Mrs. N. B. Boney, Executive Sec
retary, said It you have not been
solicited it is probably because you
were not at home when the can
vass was made in your neighbor
hood, therefore, a donatoin would
be very much appreciated. She ad
ded, "Let's wind up the campaign i
'i..e Eastern 'A- .tcialioh L. . .. .
Training Union Kully will meet at
the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Sun
day afternoon, March 18, at 3 o'clock.-
: . Representing the Warsaw Church
In the Junior Memory Work-tournament
will be Miss. Ann Straughan
Miss Judy Rollins, Bill Straughan,
and C'ebron Fusseli. The winners
of this tournament will compete In
the Regional Meeting program to
be. held ia April, with Victory at
the. State Assembly at CasweU As
embly in July as the final goal.
Last year Miss . Judy Rollins ol
Warsaw Baptist Church and Henry
Carlton . of ,;v, Johnson's i Baptist
Church, were among the state win
ners at the Caswell Assembly. Mrs.
Greenlaw has promised to chaper
one and junior winners "from these
two churches who wish to go to
Caswell. '? ' i . :. . -
. At this rally .the Intermediate
Sword, Drill, the Young People's
Speakers' . Tournament, - and the
Adult Bible' Readers' Drill .will be
given to determine, the candidates
eligible for the. Regional elimina-
-Hon program. ...v. . -;
Mr. AaR. "feachey of Rose Hill
is the Associational Director who
will have charge of the afternofln
program. The associational depart
ment leaders will conduct the var
ious elimination drills.
Revival At Johnson's
The Johnson's Baptist Church in
the Lahefleld,,Community will be-" hour, the evening service of wor
gln its ' revival Sunday evening, ship was led by Dr. Greenlaw. He
March 25. The services will open spoke -on the significance of be
at 7:30 and will continue through-! lievers' baptism, a basic Baptist
out the following Sunday morning, doctrine, after which he -baptized
service. - , - .
Dr. Alton Greeplaw, pastor will
be the preacher for the .week, as -
sisted by Rev. Paul Mull of Wake
Two Robberies r:
; Saturday, night two entries and
an attempted entry were made 4n
business establishments In Ke
nansville.:. .,,.. .c."... -.-
The Kenansville Cafe was enter
ed by rear window and . the coin!
box from the juke box was re
moved, nothing else 'was reported
missing. . V
The same nighr the Hilltop Ser
vice Station was broken into by
removing the screeriand entering
the, window. A $35 pistol, $12 in
silver, ' one pair of pants and one
carton of cigarettes were reported
taken. ,' .,, :.;,: V -
AnatiemDt was made to break
in the front door of C. E- Quinn's
Store.., ... "
No clues have been made public
as to the Identity of the robber or
robbers by the ."Sheriff's depart
ment. : " . -
Church Men Hear '
About 25. members of the Halls-
ville and Grove Presbyterian chur
ches Men's, Club- met in Grove
Sunday School building here Wed- j
nesday night for a supper meeting, j
Guest speaker was RevGoldfried !
Roller, of Germany, an exchange '
student at ha Unlpn Theological
Seminary In Richmond. :
)Mr. RoHei; gave an interesting
talk on church life in rural Gar
many. He stated that he came from
a rural section And has two chur-;'
ches. There, is a definite recogni
zable parallel between rural church
life there, and here, he said". Of
particular interest was the fact that
iu German? everyone is Still re
quired by the State to pay a church
tnv A faw.'mar, aril tk. (a ... . n
. JV.H1. u,u .uu w
yi cuncciea oj me oiaio ana lurnea
lover to thei Vhnrrh but now thn
church does' its own collecting.
Among rural people there is quite
a bit of opposition to this plan,
he said. In Germany nearly every
one,, 05 Aire members of the
church, He explained that during
the reign of Hitler the church' on
the community level was not both
ered much. Hitler tried to control
the church by 'attempting to get
control of the high church authorU
ties. ' ' ; ,,, -- '
He brought greetings from sis
two churches, to Grove and Halls
ville and they in turn sent greetings
to his two churches In Germany,
The ladles served a shad supper.
The Kenansville Lions Club held
its regular ' bi-monthly supper at
the Kenansvl ie Cafe Wdnesday
r.';ht. Presld, t Carland King pre-
Two new n -iibers were welconv
1 Into the ( 1), Cy Teltlebaum
1 Ivey Bo- "
The progr v s cnnflncted by
.'inty Ag - y - ' j who
jed a c s n', ; n Pav
? and d i i 1
rrodus ' 1 e
i i.n an ! r r i-
- and tli . v a d '
i J-roj'- . v " I
i r - ! s : t
i.s i i ,'ial
i n r ' r.i to-
1 oict. 1 . . ....1 lii.i hnvn ai.':..
Dr. Gretuiuw with the Warsus
and Johnson churches since, lt
October, making possible an advan
ced program at both churches: War
saw now has services every Sunday,
and Johnson's half-time. A 'weekly
prayer service for each ..Thursday
night, 7:30, has been started at
Johnson's. Visitors as well as til
church members are invited and
urged to attend.'
Revival At Warsaw
The Warsaw Baptist Church has
set April 1-8, for its revival as a
part of the Baptist Simultaneous
Revivals among the 18,000 churches
of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion., Dr. Alton Greenlaw will con
duct the services each evening. The
first - service will - be on Sunday
evening, April 1, and. will .begin
at . 7:30 each, evening. Morning
meditation periods will begin at
10 o'clock. .- . ", -X
252 Attend Sunday School --.
' The Warsaw .Baptist Sunday
SchooL-enjoyed a high attendance
day, March 11 with 252 present.
Mr. A. L .Humphrey, Superintend
ent, is leading the Sunday School
in increasing its membership ansV
efficiency. ,'.-;", -'! vj-'.i i
The mornng worshipjpervice was
given - to the ; observance of the
Lord's Supper with emphasis upon
the. personal Covenant of Christ
ians, with God and with their fellow-
men. Following the Training Union
I thirteen candidates. The baDtistrv
setting was decorated with green-
. white palms, and baskets of white
J gladioli and red carnations forming
I the decora'tive background
schools throughout the
A court of honor for Duplin Boy
Scouts was held in the Wallace
school gym Wednesday evening. '
Advancement awards were made
as follows: --v-'; - v- ', -: . '
Troop 20 Warsaw second
class, Litch' Huie; star,. Nelson
Best, Eddie Brltt; merit badges,
Nelson Best, Jerry Joiner. ,
. Troop 35 'Wallace second
class. Gene Wells, Jlmmle Blake,
Arthur Harper, Charles King, John
Pelf ell;, first class, Dean Hundley,
Dean Wells, James Kennedy; sta
Thurman ' Fields; .' merit badges,
Thurman Fields, Kent Currie, Wray
Carlton. , , ' - ,.
1 . . 1 1 1 1 ." . .
'. '.' '-" u 1 1 " 1 1 ' , r. ., .... :
... e i f J . s - - -
i ( Ijulsoii, L. (j. Kuiiie
! .y, Lewis Westbrook, Jr., Albert
Kidney Smith, Faison Smith, Jr.,
Hess Davis, Jr. . .; '
Troop 47 Hallsvdlle. merit
badges, W. L. Miller, Jr., James
Robert Grady. - -
" MRS. B. M. TURNER
Mrs. B. M. Turherr72, died early
Sunday morning, Mar, Uth at her
home in Wallace, Funeral services
were held at 3 o'clock Monday af
ternoon at the Wallace Presbyter
ian church. Rev: W, B. Hood offi
ciated and interment was in Rock-
fish cemetery. She is survived by
her husband; two daughters, Mrs,
Ralph Best, Warsaw, Mrs. . b,
Royal. Chinquapin; one sister, Mrs.
Osborne Carr. Wallace; one bro
ther, Edward Wells, Albuqerque,
N. M.; three grandchildren and two
great grandchildren. ..-:-
. Pallbearers were members of the
board of deacons of Wallace Pres
byterian Church.' ' '
i MRS. MAZIE' JOHNSON
"Mrs. Mazle Bland Johnson, 54t
of Wallace, Rt. 1, died at her home
early Tuesday, Mar. 13, after
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SERVICE STATIONS .
- J - " Effective Now , . - . 4
Will Be Closed
EACH YEDIIESDAY AFTD;:00:i
AT 1:00 P.M. -
UNTIL BORDER MARKET OPENS
, ' IN AUGUST
Please Bear This In Mind Aiulv
DO YOUR WEDNESDAY SHOPPING EAKLY
Is In Your HoniG Tcniht?
IIcv Mdch Cashi
It's dangerous Stuff. Almost every day
ycu read about tLe horrible things that
hs.-nen to f cop !e who keep money
hi J Jen about their home.' i
Cash is much safer in our hank where
it's protected, guarded and insured 21
L:urs out of the !ay.
was in i.lc -
Surviving , i. , . s
Carolyn Join an c.1 . - r, iie
son, David of the home; one s .er,
Mrs. Mattie Peterson, Wallace; and
one brother, ,U E. Bland, Waluce.
J, T. KILLS
Joe T. Millis, 81, died at his home
near Wallace Sunday, Mar. ,11 at
8:30 p.m. Funeral services were
held from the home Monday at 4:30
p.m. conduoted by Rev. Gordan
Reed of Wilmington. Burial follow
ed in Antlocht Cemetery near Wlll
ard. Mr. Mills is survived by his
Wife, Emma; four sons, H. B.; J. Z., ,
t ' -
Ji D., and F-" J.; four daughters,
Mrs. Pearl Blanton, (Mrs. Lula
Creech, Mrs. Nellie Piner, and Mrs.
Ruby Raynor; three brothers, J. K ;
K A., and iR. A. Mills; one sister,
Mrs. Mary English; 39 grandchild--ren
and 34 great grandchildren. '
WILLIAMS VUNEKAL ROME
. , Billy Tyndafl
' i- ' Undertakers - Embabnera
i ' v Ambulance Service
Home of Mt Olive Burial Ass.
Phone tzet ? Mt Olive, N. C