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DY: VIJA r.IILLOY
, t ,-orary homes f-' . w. .Nathercutt of Beulaville, Mr.
of our own "tuvl, J Mr. Henry Scott ox Beulaville,
the facet of even alo . .-.p-ion Earl Mdbley of Rocky ML
1 1 i with ilwme. The way Whils a host of friend nd rel-
: i s boys have to plead and ! nves dropped toy to wish Mrs. Will
,t look of desperation on i ianu a lone YOUNG --old an,
-j to find a place to live. Gifts and -well wishes were numer-
thAni llvlmr In nothlna out. - . V : V
. a rat hole axe taklni ed t " Mrs. Warren Thomu and ton
. . - 1 1- At. - a! n ( vwirl 1 T A Apt
out ox tneir payvnvu wvj Twuua uci ,
parenia air. ana Mrs. u. p. Park
er and relatives.
adly what they need to eat
some of them have to drive
. to camp, at if that wasn't
sough, while somt of the
landlords gobble their mo
J never bat an eye. Then
e cases he has to come beck
a practically hysterical wife
lug for grocery money. And
ven help the man with a child
t-r t--'f V':':V;:;'r';'V V:''f;' ;S
It should be a prlvUege for any
" Tprlcan to help these boys out
rucy are not here by choice, many
t i tl.em, and you know what would
iarnes IF they didn't reportl : "
1U WM3 met In the Baptist
church last week with an Increase
f several new members, 54 In all.
Devotional was led by Mrs. J. C
i.'orrl while the program was led
ty lira. David Piner. topic, "Go
f ilclcly and Tell". Considering
the thousands of Baptists over the
Kation and the crusade of the Bap
tist people, and Polyanna. well,
it looked like 'Santa" had arrived
with his reindeer. Refreshments
vera served and the time had been
veil spent All Interested persons.
. 11.11.. I 1 4 . J 4. -t.-4 '
meetings each Thursday night fol
lowing the third Sunday in each
month, 7:30. ' , ,
Airs. J. M. Williams celebrated
her 09th birthday Sunday at the
home of her son, Mr. and Mrs.
James Mobley of Lyman with a re
union with her family. Her child
ren and families Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Zldbley of Beulaville, Rodney Mob
ley of the home, daughters Mrs.
G. D. Koence of Fayettevllle, Mrs.
Mrs. lHaywood iHall and1 two chil
dren and Mrs. Guy Rhodes visited
Mrs. T. F. Sanderson last week.
While there they, couldn't resist
getting some of her lovely axellas
Mrs. Sanderson has in her attract
ive garden. ' . . - . ' .
; Miss T. J. Kennedy and Mr. Mar
vin Beal of Wilmington visited last
week end with Mrs. V. Milloy and
got a glance of the rehearsal of
- Whirlpool" which is now in pro
duction at the high school.
Mrs. H. L. Wilklns has returned
from visiting her sons stationed In
Blloxi. Mi., and Calif. She flew
American Air Lines and baa only
praisa for the hostesses of those
plane. She enjoyed the trip and
visited Miami Beach, Atlanta and
many historical spots while on her
journey, and she certainly has that
took now -- of a real tourist! Mr.
Wilklns? Oh, he stayed homo and
kept the home fires burning
what else could he doT Mrs. Wil
klns took a train back oh, and
Mrs. Jannio Hockett returned
last Saturday from James Walker
Hospital where she .underwent a
major operation there, and Is re
cuperating nicely. Her' many frie
nds wish her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian . Teachey
of Rocky Mount are home visiting
with Mrs. Teachey parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joda Bos tic, and others
of her family and friends. -.-
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Len
oir is home visiting with Mr. and
THE D U PLIN TIMES
taMlshed each Friday' in KenansvUie, N. C County Seat of
DUPLIN COUNTY . ,
Sdltarfal business and printing plant Kenansville. N. C.
I. KOBEBT GCAOY, EOITOB OWNER ",; .
Entered at the Post Office. Kaoansville, N. C
' as seeooid class matter.
$ ''yf'.-' ' KesBsvflle, t5M
'EQBSOUPTION RATES: $3.00 per year In Duplin County
Lenoir, Jestes, Onslow. Pender, Sampson and Wayne coun
ties: S8JM per year outside this area in North Carolina: and
lfCl Per pear elsewhere. ' - VV'f'
:: . -. - '- ;
v Adrertlriiis' rates famished on reqnest
A pemocrstle Jonrnal. devoted to the material, educational,
economic and agricultural Interests of Duplin County,
r ' " '
Mrs. G. IF. Landin over the Easter
holidays. Mrs. Beach is the former
Miss Myrtle Landin, who was for
many years on the school staff here.
; Miss Ruth Lanier, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lanier is home
for the holidays visiting and tak
ing time ott from her work as nu
rse of the City Public Health Dep
artment in Charlotte, We are pro
ud of Miss Lanier's accompllshm-
:' Mr. J. C. Wallace of Burlington
brother of Mrs. Pete Brinkley Is
borne visiting with Mrs. Brinkley
and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Adr-
on Wallace of Wallace.
, Mrs. N. E. Greham and some
of her family spent soma time in
Goldsboro last Friday looking at
some of the iBaster sights. Her dau
ghter, Elva accompanied her back
home from Mt, pilve where she is
employed on the..cnool staff.
' Mr. and MrsvJ". JU Qulnn and 4a
mlly spent the week end with their
daughter, Mrs, L. Hunt of High
Point N. C. .H-.C-y rl; V;;,;
Mr. Howard J. Qulnn of Burl
ington, son of the late Graver Qu
lnn spent several days here, with
friends and relatives during ' the
Mr. and Mr. Dennis Sullivan,
who are making temporary home
with- Mrs. Vida Milloy attended
Church in Jacksonville Esster Sun
day. Mr. Sullivan is a Marina Re
servist . ,;'-.; '. ;:v!
The Easter Bonnetts here last
Sunday rang to a pretty number
of 110 in our Sunday school, at the
Baptist church.' A wonderful mes
sage by our teacher, Mr. W. B.
Hubbard was eloquently delivered
concerning Easter and it'smeaning.
The children enjoyed a delightful
egg hunt on the church grounds
later. '. -i;-,.'.;. - V-v.-
A well delivered sermon was
heard at the Presbyterian church
Sunday by Rev. Z). Lawson of the
Union Theological Seminary of
Richmond, Van a student there.
Chinquapin , welcomes these ; stu
dents . who so - faifhfuBy spread
the word of God. ; p.
Tis' said, "A boat toots the most
when in the thickest fog," but the
Chinquapin people in producing
The Whirlpool" has everybody
talking about it It's thought to be
one of the best "tragic comedies"
presented beret im a long time. The
first of Its kind to be written by a
native of Chinquapin, certainly. So,
the play is about "Forgotten Peo
pie". In order to have "seemingly"
forgotten people see the play,
something new is introduced with
it Anyone may bring one, two or
any number of old people - feeble
ones, ..who . can stand to sit 2Vt
hours Free. Date to be announced
soon:.'-" 1 V ."' ' -.-:V".
The Home Demonstration Club
held iU meeting this month at the
home of Mrs. Edwin ' Futreal. A
number of Easter songs were sung
and a special treat was the song
"My Little Irish Rose", sung by
Little Kay Sanderson. Discussion
on Homemaking & Beautiflcation
was read and described by Mrs.
Kate Futreal; lecture toy the class
j.t mill u . . , it .'-
t.er will be t;,i 1 .. . cf t-e town
if everybody don't got that new
mall box bow Give the man
everyone looks so patiently for each
day a break will you and get
that nice shining mall box fixed
right away. '
.:: Miss Alta Lawson, assistant borne
agent, gave an interesting .discuss
ion on how to spend your husband's
tnoney! Who's : got any money T
Anyway, It was brought out that It
is Imperative- thaf a wife should
know her husband's business in the
event of death and security of their
children, etc :. ' ,?,,:
' A radio program over the air Is
in the making for some clean-up
project which you may be listen
ing for soon, by our president
About 30 members were present
and some visitors. Refreshments
were served at the close of the meet
The seniors of CHS have selected
their mascots for the year. They
are little Jean Dail, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Dail of Wallace, RFD
and little Oerylon James, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jsmes of
Wallace. Senior Banquet will be
April 13th.-: rW:r.pj
Mr. George Carter of Mars Hill
id Charlotte is spending some
time with bis sister. Mrs. A. L.
Ssnderson. ,, - ,
A. T. Tyndall of Washington, N.
!C. wlU preach at the Holiness
church here Sunday- evening at
7:30. There- will be special singing
with' string music ..,..-:f-:: -
Easter services were well attend
ed.; Indian Springs quartette sang
several numbers at the closing ser
mon Sunday night j
Margie Sutton spent the week
a mule Saturday and broke his
arm. lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
s- The weather was heavy in this
Section Saturday afternoon with
wind and hail. The frame of a new
tobacco barn on the farm of Mrs,
Nora Jackson was blown down and
some trees uprooted: Some damage
was done to early gardens. ' -
.' Relatives and friends will regret
to learn that Arthur Coltrain got
his left emow sawed open with. a
cut-off saw Monday morning at
the home of Marvin Brock. He was
rushed to Dr. Crumpler at Mt
Oiivo' where it took 7 stitches to
:vuse tie Wound." '' ,
:'. . - -ft'-.v-'.yj'"::
Mrs. Horace Brock. Sr, had a
near serious accident. Saturday
hlgM when she cut her . left arm
with a butcher knife. It required
8 stitches to close the wound.
Tommy Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Coy itiUl cut two of his. fingers in
a planelng machine at B. F. Qrady
school last Friday.; i 'y. ,.
Mrs. John Kornegay's condition
Rev. Wesley Price of Long Ridge
church has announced that the re
vival services would begin Sept
16. He announced this early so as
not to conflict with neighboring
churches. v '-i' 'Ar
i Mr. and Mrs. Tommy White of
'Henderson visited Mr.; and , Mrs.
Otis Rhodes Sunday.. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sutton attend
ed the Houston family reunion at
Holly Ridge- Sunday, f i.-
Rev. rand Mrs. F. E. Jones of
Sarecta and Mrs. Clyde Walker of
Woodland spent Sunday with Mr.
xt , , v ut t . ,-e - C......r vu.l buly speak five
s. tenule OuUw. " BL ;ds during the revival, which
Mr., and Mrs. B. IL butlaw of will be Monday through Friday
Mt. Olive visited Mr, 1 and Mrs. . night, and another minister will be
Woodrow Thlgpen Wednesday ! invited to continue the revival for
(Speeial To The Tunes) '
A series of special revival ser
vices wiU be held in the historic
Northeast Free Will Baptist church
beginning Sunday night, April 8,
It was announced by Rev. Anble H.
Carter, pastor of the church. .
Guest preacher will be Dr. Wit
Ham H. Carter, mlnhrter of the
Edgowood . ' Evangelical ' Baptist
Church, Goldsboro. Dr. Carter con
ducted revival Services in the
Northeast Church When be was
only 13 years of sge snd he came
each year during the month of
September for seven year In suc
cession. This will be his first re
vival since those days, although he
has spoken in the church on sev
eral special events. Dr. Carter Is
II. u. -
last Tu Jay f r i e
lng Station, In San Du
On N. C. Highways
Derhan ten days or two weeks.
i The Northeast congrogaUon has
been In a building program for the
past several years building one oi
the most beautiful brick churches
to be found in rural Duplin Counts.
The congregation is one of the lar
gest of any rural church in this
Motion. The church is located on
the highway between Wallace and I !
tS.r ) SOBSCRIBK TO THE TIMES
Killed March 16-lP.
Injured same dates ; ' :
Killed thru Mar. 19, 1051
Killed thru Mar. 10, 1050
Injured thru Mar. 19, 1931
Injured thru Mar. 10, 1950
5 Sheet ltock, Doors, Windows, Asbester hi&mz,;
. Weather stripped window Units, Paints, Nails,-
Asphalt Shingles, V-Crimp Galvanized Tin and ;
Aluminum, Varnish, Locks, Screen Doors, Brick,
Hinges, Blocks, Mortar Mix, Lime, Lumber and
v Moulding. All kinds of building ? mateiiaL ;
Creosoted Fence Post and Foundation Timbers.
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IN KINSTON'S NEWEST SHOPPING CENTER
( 5 ON NORTH QUEEN .STREET ,
March 30th. and 31st.
- Open 10:00 A. M."
AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE
OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. TO 9:00 P. M: ..
BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE
THREE MAJOR PRIZES
You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win : i
. Just Register And You WU1 Be Notified
1. ONE GROUP OF TABLES (2 end tables, 1 coffee table)
y BOUDOIR CHAIR J s ; ' a ,
3. PAIR PLAYTEX SUPERFOAM PILLOWS - $12.95 ea. )
. ' : Refreshments Will Be Served To Everyone I
Located on N.. Queen St: across from Emma Webb Park
Don't Be Too Disappointed If You Didn't Get That Easter Outfit That You Had Counted On. Ilov Here's An
Opportunity lo Buy rrom An Abundant Mock At
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