page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
Court will convene ferre
r a two week vhei
i first week will be a tonus
km was founded la 1827. The first
etaiJtional meeting, which to
regarded aa the firs annual inlet-,
tar of tit Association, was held at
Betlah EapUst Church near . the
of mi court while the aeeouJ.f
It ran Into the second week tU
tad with oMl cases only.
Jndre Hemty L. Stevens of War
saw will preside, , ,
PMJIa-Saanpeosi Coanty liar
a few aaUea tem Turkey, v
KENANSVILLE, NOKTII CAROLINA
FRIDAY, APRIL 6th., 1951
Veed-PieldBii Tims In NbiihCBroliiia'' Tobacco Beds
T"r n-rs rn mW:: ; xr
Lead ScI:::I C:: ro H:d
The quarterly meetlna or the
: Board of Education was held here
Monday, April 2nd. O. P Johnson
. was reelected Superintendent for
another two year term. Dallas
Hearing of Rose Bill was elected
Chairman for a two year term.Two
committeemen were elected from
'each school district to serve their
respective schools for tnree yea
i.at committeemen are: Warsaw,'
A. W. . Draughm '; and f Sanford
Packer;Fa:on, J. W. Warren and
. Carlton Percythe; . Calypso, Alex
Sandersdn and Jim Grady; B. F.
Grady, Alvin Kornegay and Grovtr
v Rhodes; BeulavlUe, Mrs.' Ashe Mil
lr and b.v Thnm, rKinnii.n!,.
Jack Albertion and Homer James; . ?a'' Lois Unier,' Lyman; Lu
Wallace Roy x Carter-: and E. ytx.t- and Mrs,
, .-, I" Jmes, Deep .Bottom.. v -
Falrres; Rom ,Hiil, ; B.B,,, Longest ,tKndav ,re o,.ti-i'. whh
. ti. m, x-rice; magnolia, J.
Evaos and L, M. Sanderson.
LAY CORNERSTONE TO tlEV BUILDING
nZf? C' - Y 'Pel Hill M9; Major Sutton,
Minister Outlaw'a Bridge Church speaking for the church, Mrs. W.C
Sunday April 1st was something Grady of Kinston, President of the
of a general reunion for the mem- n. C. Association of Universalist
here of Outlaw's Bridge Church and! Women and Dr. Ulrich for the Uni-
community and their many friends,
rn Kev. GusUv H. IHrlch of
CXmcord, N. H., a former pastor,
was here for a series of post-Ea-
r ter services. A congregation of at
least 230 greeted him in the morn
ing worship where he preached on
, At noon a fine picnic dinner was
spread in front of the church,
After noon the cornerstone of the
new church was laid In an, impres
sive service. Speaking a few words
were John E. Williams of Fayette
vllle. Dr. Raymond Adams of the
tT"tverltv of North Carolina at
i There; wilj be, a soil-Fumigation
. t. DenonsraUoa.on Mr Fredr Out.,
v aaws zarm Monday afternoon, April
- 9, at 2:00 p.m. B g Root (NeroatodK
is becoming a terioue problem In U between BeulavlUe and B, f .
the production of tobacco. Mr. Out Grady school near Cabin Wednea
law has decided to treat two (2.0' day afternoon at 2:80. '
acres. County Agent Lacy yweeks.
aaya anyone Interested In seeing th
Fumigant applied to the soil should
meet at Mr. Outlaw's farm at 2:00
9 m. next Monday
If it should rain 'Monday after
noon it will be necessary to post-
pone this demonstration.
Ldocfion Call For
i5 Men Is Issued :
The Duplin " Selective Service
Board has received an Induction
Call for 25 men to report to the
Fort Bragg Induction center on
, April Sbo. There will be no Induc
tion call for May. according to Se
cretary; of the Selective Service
Board,' Bernic A, Farrior.- :':v.-
'1 i i- i , ii .y,-
Besses Stale Bar
Norwood Boney, Jr. of Greensbo
ro, son of Mr. and Mrs. N B Boney
i of Kenansville, was notified this
week that he had sucessfully stood
the State Bar examination and la
now qualified to practice law In
Month Carolina. He la with the le- '
gal department of the Jefferson
Standard Life Insurance Company,
:s week the Times Salutes one
plin'a best known "educ tors
Kiinlsters. " v '
v. N. E. Gresham of Chlnqua
princlpal of the Chinquapin
. Iiool, is not the oldest man
'!n County but is said to be
' r.iplinite living I . t of
- t -r to ever have c .!-
: 1 t ' I
- The bookmobile schedule for the
second week of April will be Mttn
day, the Warsaw Library. Tuesday
stops are Mrs. Henley Carr, East
Magnolia Club; ' Southerland's
Store, Tin City Club;' Mrs. Di R.
Sykes, Chinquapin Rd.,; Mrs. Wo
odrow Teachey, Tin City; Mrs. Re
gier Rockrish i Club;; and ?,,Mrs.
Iceland Teachey, Charity Corners,
Toe schedule for Thursday -In-
eludes Mrs. . Ida Bostic, Chlnqua-
School; Mrs.; L. ,C. Prater, OuUaw
Br.dse; Mrs, JerreHerring and
versa list Church of America.
Mr. Prater spoke a few words of
commendation to the people who
are building this church and then
assisted toy Prentiss Smith and his
brother, R. K - Sm. th, , laid the
stone. Dr.tJlrich'then lead in prayer
and Kev. Hannah J. Powell, who
read the acrtoture lesson earlier In
the service, pronounced the bene
diction. : ',-.W..'4 ; v
i The group then assembled m th
school auditorium to hear a talk by
Dr. Ulrich on our work with young
people in West Germany. . .,.
'' A fumigation, demonstration for-
the purpose of 'destroying tod?
, knot wIUhm bald on the farm of
Pave Mercer located dn"hlhws
Roy Bennett, Extension' Tobacco
Specialist from State College will
be here- with special equlpmnt to
row treat an acre of soil on which to
bacco will be planted. An acre will
be left untreated t dobserve the
effects during the growing season.;
- Everyone In seeing this demon-
Holt-Simmons, " Inc., . furniture,
hardware and Appliance store' will
open in Kenansville the first of
May In the building formerly occu-
pled by the (Duplin Mercantile Co.;
Inc. The building Is being leased
from C. E. Quinn of Kenansville. .
... v--.' i', '' . . if.'-
The new business establishment
will be operated by M B. Holt and
Norman Simmons. Mr.' Holt, ' .ope
rates the M. B. Hoit Company in
Albertson.' Mr.-Simmons was for
merly with . bis brother Leon 3.
Simmons In the hardware business
in Mt, Olive. .
The store Is now In the process
jt being remodeled ' and painted
vlth the opening planned for the
first of May .
Eye Clinics be Held
llefe and Warsaw S
Eye clinics will be held on the
(following dates: - ..'-
Warsa w white high school on
Monday April 9 at 8:30; Warsaw col
ored school on Monday April 9,at
10:30 a.m.; Kenansville Health De-
I j partment on Tuesday, 'April 19 at - complete the cemetery project, I
:s 8:30 a.m.: Kenansville colored scho I A favorable report was made on
j ol on Tuesday, April 10, at, 10:30 efforts to get a bill through the
i ! a.m These clinics are Hot school legislature . extending the city Ji
' children only. All children are cer- mits. , J " -i
tified by the Duplin' Count Wei
fare Department These Clinics are
sponsord by the Lion's, Clubs In
these respective communities.
JACOB MYERS IN JAP WATERS
' Jacob Myers, ; seaman, USN, of
Rt.l Magnolia is serving aboard ,
the light aircraft Carrier USS Ba-
taan which has been operating In
the Yellow and Japan Sea since
December 1950. ;. . :
During World War 11, the Bata
an saw action tn the Marianas, Car
olines, New Guinea and the JJa 'U
of the rhilllplne ! a.
Or;!na"y c ' mV! M 7 '
. Recognize this? The
Tobacco is pushing its way out of the earth in the plant beds of Duplin, now only tiny weeds which must
be guarded against a multitude of hazards before it becomes a head high money crop in the summer. Right
now b weed picking time, for any other weed in the plant bed besides tobacco. That is back-bending work
done here by Sam Kennedy, with the assistance of Ad die Heath and his wif e. The plants here will be set out
in two counties, Duplin and Lenoir, near Pink Hill. The Kennedy farm is near Pink Hill, and on it this year
will be planted eight acres of the State's main money, crop. Disease is another enemy of tobacco. Guard now
against Blue Mold. - I .. v : , ,. r
. Legionaire J. Edward Strickland
wast elected Commander of the
Cbae. R. Gavin Post of the Amefi
oan Legion In Warsaw for the In
coming year at a regular meeting
of the Post on Friday evening in
the Legion Hut. Other officers elec
ted were Al Banadya, vice-commander;
Paul Hunter, 2nd vlce-coman-der:
Billv Bartlett adiiiUnt- Hen.
rv RiventMrb M.tiwtH r..irr-
and Tracy Brown re-lcted chapUin!
These oficera will h tmtoiioH nn
Friday night, April 27th. at the an-
nual lades dinner when will be
held at eight o'clock in the- Le-
. Commander Ralph J. Jones pre -
sided over the meting. ,
j . - -
Warsaw Lions Hear
i The Warsaw Lions Club met Mon
day night at Fussell's Cafe in re
gular weekly meeting. - President
iMtri Wmuucer presided. A small i
group i was in attendance due to '
the Baptist Revival going on there,,;
I 'President Whitaker read several
letters from people In and away i
from Warsaw expressing appreciat-1
ion to the club and enclosing cash
donations for the 'work belne done5
towards improving tne town ceme
tery He' announced that at. ' next
week's meeting the Town Board
Will be present to accept the new
cemetery plots from tbe club. '
Lions Bill Hlnes, Walker McNeil
and f .Woodrow Blackburn Were
named as a committee to work out
a program to raise funds to help
I r The latest census report shows
that ' 1,042 bales of cotton : were
ginned in Duplin County from the
crop of 1950 prior to March as com
pared with 1,624 bales for the crop
Pvt. Jiimes L. Page of Kenans-
v ' o
the Army on
first pictures of the 1951 tobacco crop in Duplin.
To Extend -City Limits
Innauguiuted last year by the officially adopted it, " requesting
the Jayceei and given added 1m- the necessary law be enacted. Lion
petus this year by the thriving President Earl Whitaker, Mayor G.
Lions Club and backed fey the Ro S Best, Lions Robert Lewis and
tary Club and Business and ff 't Chief of Police Coombs left War
fesslonal Womens Club the town saw right after the meeting and
of Warsaw has asked Duplin repre- carried the resolution to Raleeigh
sentatives to pass a bill through where the bill was Introduced on
the legislature permitting the town Tuesday. The act gives the town
to ex i i "city limits and to in- ' Board the right to extend the city
elude twa iyn cemetery.
( The Junior Chamber of
merce mao urvey last W
, proposed expansion and the Lions
club under the leadership of Earl
I wn;taer,carriea tne matter Before
! tbe own BoMd Monday s night
Meeting with them were reepresen
' tativ trom & Botar'r Clut B&pvr
Club and the Jaycees. at bte meet-
I town amorneey waixer Elevens
drew up a resolution and the town
PINK HILL PAVING MORE STREETS
A paving program is underway streets,of which only the main st
here which will' hard-surface all Ireet i was paved previously
but one or two dead-end streets ' Mayor Coombs said the project
within the town, according to I was expected to add materially to
Mayor Chris Coombs. I the welfare of tbe town. Rain pre-
,The program, started last Frl- vlouslw muddied the streets con
day ,has been dalayed by Inclem- ideratoly,- creating a general nui-
ent weather but is expected -to be
finished in a few days.
The Clawson Lawrence Const-
auction Company of Augusta, Ga.
doing the paving for tha town
at a cost of about $12,000, which
wui be iii.o from tne ton budget.
' Pink Hill has about two miles of
NOTE: This U (he lith oi a series-
of weekly summaries of the work
oi tne iviortn uaroiina General as-
sembly of 1951. It is confined to
discussions of matters of general
interest and major importance.
Committee versions of the Reve
nue and Appropriations Bills are
before the houses. Since last Sat--)
urday another flood of local bills
nas veen inpoaucea, committees
have discharged large numbers of
public as well . as local measures,
and both houses are facing swollen
calendars. While there is a growing
effort to close this session by next
week end, cautious, observers, still
see little chance for sine die ad-
P: :ht Rcvi
"i will be conjjet
t net v ,
. WEEKLY; LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY j
- limits one 'half mile in every di-Com-
rection from the present line and
to take over ana maintain the-town
cemetery. When this is done War-
saw will again Jump into Its old
place of leadership in town populat
ions in Duplin. At present Wallace
Is . slightly ahead of Warsaw as
shown by the lf.50 census. It is es
timated that the new population
W.u'M 1000 more than the present
r-N ves it.
sanca. - ,ii;-yy.:t - ,
Pink Hill has now Joined the
ranks ' of Kinston and LaGrange,
the only other incorporated "places
In the county, In having 'the major
part of Its streets paved. LaGrange
completed a Similar project sever
al months ago.;; .v.':
journment berjre Abril 14,
Revenue and Appropriations
The General Assembly settled Its
money problems, this week. The
Revenue. Bill passed the' House
and can receive final Senate Action
as early as next Tuesday. One un
successful attempt ' was made to
amend the bill in the House and
there is little reason to anticipate
that It will be changed in the Sen
ate.- Current estimates of the reve
nue it will produce plus the expect
ed surplus for this biennium Just
about balance the appropriations
recoramenued in the bill which
emerged from the subcommittee
CONTINUED ON THEATRE PAGE
CORRECTION ' ..
. In last week's listing of Masons
receiving twenty five year certifi
cates the name of Dr. G. V. Good
ing was Inadvertantly ommitted.We
are glad to make the correction.
A. C linn, gm of JTr.
'. r n(f it. 2. v
Aid Course be Here
A Red Cross First Aid course
wil be given in Kenansvill Mon
day and Fnday nights, April 9, 13,
iu and 20tn, at the Court House
from 7:00 to 10:00 P. M to all per
sons tmeiesteo. in learning i.rst
The course will be taught by Rev.
A. L. Brown of Beulaville, certi
fied Red Cross instructor. An ex
tra class will be held April 23rd
t for those who miss a previous les
son. Included in tne 'course will be
a supplement on tne atomic bomb.
Those completing the course will
All p.sons should avail them
selves uf the opportunity to learn
first aid but those who have had
tn standard or advance course are
urged to take it as a refresher.
fo Begin at Historic
In 1827, one hundred and twenty-four
years ago. Eastern Baptist
Asociation was organized. The
first organizational and annual me
eting ot the Asociation was held at
Bemah BapLst Church near Tur
key. Next week-April 9th-13th will be
ck" al Beulan church. Rev. J. C.
Conoly is pastor of the church and
he will be assisted during tne weeK
by the following ministers:
Monday,9th - Rev. J. V. Case,
"Mission and Evangelism".
Tuesday, 10th - Rev. A. W.
Greemaw, "The Doctrines of Our
Wednesday, 1 1 th - Rev. C. H. True
blood, " Our Denominational Enter
prises'; Thursday, 12th -. Dr Roy R. Mc
Culloch, "Stewardship and Church
.juport". ' :'. .-''.- .,
Friday 13th - Rev. A. L. Benton,
Salvation What, How, When?"
Services will start each evening
at 7:30 o'clock. Friends near-by and
from afar are invited to attend, and
the public at large will receive a
cordial welcome. Beulah hurch is
located about four miles south of
The B. F, Grady School Parent
Teacher Asociation will bold its re
gular meeting Monday night April
9th at 7:30. - v r
Vv. r""on's !
There 1st an animal, or rather
the corect name Is unimal on
the desk of County Af ent L.F.
Weeks that will he of interest
to the farmers of Duplin. As
a matter of fact it is a most un
usual looking productive animal
The ulnmal la a dairy milk
cow, a rooster and a hen, a pis
and a sheep. The head Is that
of a cow, the shoulders are the
fleece of a sheep, the rear end
is a pig and rear feet are the
feet of a chicken. It also has
wings as well as a rooster's
cone atop of the head.But of
most importance is that this
since unimal produces milk.ham
hot docs, butter and eggs. We
are sory that you can't order a
unimal today but the one stgcu
Weeks has is made of plastic,
but he states he is at work on
tiie real thing.
The Rev. Franklin M. Bain, 60,
Presbyterian minister of Rose Hill .
died of a heart attack at the manse
in Rose Hill Tuesday afternoon He .
was stricken Sunday morning just
after he completed conducting the
Funeral rites were conducted from j
the Mt Zion Presbyterian Manse
in Rose Hill Thursday at 11 a.m. I
with burial in the Raeford cemetery
at 3:30 p. m.
A graduate of Davidson College
in 1916, he was also a graduate of,
Union Theological Seminary of
Richmond, Vs., and he had held
pastoral, at Accomac, Va., Lilling
teclKUttrad Rose Hill. Ha ser-
ved the Mount Zion, Oak Plain and ,
Teachey Presbyterian churches in
the Rose Hill group. He was a nat
ive of Wade.
Surviving are his wife, the for
mer Lola Leach of Raeford; three
daughters, Mrs. E. S. Johnson, Gre
ensboro, Mrs. R. E. Shadwell, Jr.,
St. Louis, Mo , and Gladys Bain of
Greensboro; a son, Franklin M.
Bain, Jr., Pope Air Force Base, Ft.
bragg; five grandchildren; a bro
.her, L. P. Bain, Fayetteville; three
sisters, Mrs. B. W. Williams, Aut
ryville, Mrs T. S. Melvin, Aber
deen, Mrs. Claude Dudley, Fayette
Open Hear Wallace
The new Pen-Lin Drive-In, lo
cated one miie south-west of Wal
lace, derives its name from Pender
and Duplin Counties which it was
uunt to serve.
The Pen-Lin is the newest and
most modern drive-in in Eastern
North Carolina and is equipped
with the finest in sound and projec
tion equipment available.
The Drive-in is owned and oue
rated by E. C. Sanderson. The equ
.pment is operated by his brother
H. J. Sanderson.
The drive-in will acomodate 200
automobiles and has a large conces
sion stand as well as modern rest
rooms. The screen ie 42 x 38 feet
and covered with glatex and all
sound equipment Is RCA.
The Pen-Lin Drive-in is here to
bring to the people ef Duplin and
lender Counues the best in movie
antertainmnt in th comiort of
LIGHT SAYS STOP
' A traffic light recently Installed
on highway 117, a block from the
light at the intersection of the high
way and the main street, has been
surprising many motorists, leading
to the inevitable question "How
long has this been there?" Usually
leaving the driver with a twinge
u conscience wondering how many
times he has driven through a red
light not knowing It was there.
The State Highway Commission
completed 23 miles of road work
In the Third Highway Division," t
and one-half miles of which cen
tered In Duplin County. '' y,
During the month hard-surfacing
wai finished on the road from
r !-s Core via Concord to te
l C ' 9 f ' -
An Important one-day " District :
Turkey School will be beld at the
Walace High School next Tuesday
April 10th beginning at 10 a.m.
The program includes specialists
form N. C. State College, Genetif .
Poultry Department, speaking on '
Selecting Breeders; Dr. J. W. Kelly -Nutritionist
Poultry Dept., discus
sing B-12 and Antl-Blotics; Dr. B.
F. Cox, Veterinarian Poultry. Dept.
speaking on Blackhead Control,and
i. W.llerrick, Jr., Extension Tur
key Specialist, discussing Range vs
The meeting was arranged with,
the coperation of L. F. Weeks, Co
unty Agent and T. M. Fields, Agri
culture teacher in the Wallace scho-
ol All persons interested in turkey
production are encouraged to at-,
Warsaw Election ,
Be Held May 8th
The bi-annual election for the
Town of Warsaw will be held onf
Tuesday May 8th, according to
Mayor G. S. Best Registration bo
books are nbw open and will rem
ain open through April ZSth Fil
ing dates for candidates will 'close
on April 21st.
Arts & Crafts Here
April 27 and 29th
April 27th through 29th are big
days for the schools of Duplin Co
unty and for every school parent
and patron as well. On these days
there will be held in Kenan Me
morial Auditorium in Kenansville
an ArU ,nd Craft Every
item the work of boys and girls In
Duplin County schools. k. :
rn sviHou ntohi Anrll 97Mi at --
8:00 p'clockiTaround five' hundred
schoot wiU present the
program "Music In Vur Schools"
ih Kenan Auditorium. '
Read the Times for more infor
mation about the music program
and make plans to attend
Dancing Class Give
Recital Next Week
Mrs. Belle Hinnant will present
her dancing classes from Warsaw, .,
and Faison in a recital on Thursday . .
April 12th at 8:00 o'clock in the .
Warsaw High School Auditorium
She is also bringing a seletion of
. talented people .from Mount Olive,
Zebulon, Farmville and Wilson.Ad-
mission will be 25-and 35 cents.
The recital is sponsored by the War
'saw P. T. A.
'District Nurses Meet
Here Next Tuesday
The Fourteenth District Nurses
meeting will be held at the Agri
cultural building Tuesday April 10
at 8 P.M. Dr. J. S. Blair of Wallace
will be guest speaker.
Approximately 50 nurses are ex
pected to attend the monthly meet-,
ing of th district comprised oC
Cumberland, Harnett Sampson
Duplin Counties. r .
Gaston F. Grady of B. F. Grady
School is the Duplin County win
ner in the speech contest "Green.
Pastures, Their Use and. Manage-.,
ment", sponsored .. by the North '
Carolina Bankers Association; with
the Agricultural Agencies. He won
out.over contestants from four oth
er schols In t 9 contest held in
Kenansville. T contest next mo :
ves Into the a? contest composed
ties to be helJ
received a ce
f 5 in cash f r
' oi cont"
from ten coun-
A i" ' ' ' 'V
, i ' 1 V