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NO. i met Monday night
.s. R. a Sutton. Mr. D. J
ton presided and gave the
iiaL Mrs. Sam Powell and
i. Claude Best gave two chapter!
t t'.e new study book, "The Chrla-
t i's Vocation". There were Bint
j .embers present and one' visitor.
( : CLE NO. S met Monday after-
ooa with IS members preaentJHIaQ
nary Alice Whitfield was cc-hot
tess. Mrs. Hopton Smith presided.
The devotional was presented by
X'rs. E. C Thompson. The topic was
"My Church", and -.she read from
1st Timothy. Mesdamea B. T. Hobos
and William Leinbacb. rendered a
' duetThe Church la One Foundat
ion". Mrs. Thompson read an ar
ticle entitled "My Church'', by W1I
lian Henry Boddy. She closed with
a prayer. There waa no program
but two chapters of the new study
bookThe Christian's Vocat!oa"was
given ty Mrs. Sam Powell. The hos
tess served pecan pit with whipped
, cream jf. -'jl' V -''y.i ,
.: ..... ":';.'vf; -.
. Orel Ne. I of the WSQSmet
i Monday night with Mrs Matole
Waters. Mrs. Joe Surratt presided.
Mrs. O.P, Prldgen gave the de
votional and followed with prayer.
"What a Friend We Have in Jesus"
was sung in unison. Mrs. M. A
Smith taught from the new
study book,: "The Christian's Vo
cation" The circle bad its market
basket sal during the social hour.
Frozen fruK salad, fits, nuts and
coffee were served. I . ' .
' The Annie Kate Powell . Circle
' met Wednesday night at the home
V of Mrs. Stacy Britt Mrs. Thomas
Rogers co-hostess. Mrs. Moman
Barr preslded.There were 18 pre
sent Mrs. Barr gave the devotional.
Mrs. Hinant Askew, program chair
man was assisted by Mesdamea Bill
Knowles and Arthur Humphrey
The program closed with sentence
prayersThe hostess served peach
shortcake and coffee. ,
- The Ruby Daniel Circle met Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Paul Berry
and Mrs. W. D. Byrd, co-hostess.
The theme of the devotional was
tervice" and splendidly brought
cut by Mrs. Alien Draughan, The
r-r Tram was presented by Mrs. I
1 1, Mrs. Robert Blackmore and
I i. U. O. Williams. Mrs. WllUams
ri de4 over the 13 members pre-
The hostess served pineapple
u- Je down cake and rusalan tea.
?e tried pur best to get the o-
ther Baptist circles but were unable '
to t j Tuesday night. We want all
the ohurh and circle news but it
is eoesary that we have the write
ups in the office in Kenansvile by
Tuesday night, Please ; call Mrs.
Phillips as soon as possible on
the morning following the meeting
. Circle No. 1 met with Mrs J. W.
Farrier Monday evening with 12
: members present. Miss. Nell Bow
,.ien preheated the B.je a.uilj "In
troduction of the Ten ' Command
ments'. Instead of a program plans
for the new year' were discussed.
, MrsJR. W. Riggs presided. The bos'
tess served a dessert plate and
sandlwches. " 'J . t
V ! ' '.., ' -!
... Circle No. I met with Mrs. Her-,
bert Best,Jr. on Monday afternoon
The Rev. Jerry Newbold conducted
the Bible study. After the business
meetng Mrs. Dee Gresham presen
ted the progrenten"Higher Educat
ion". Mrs Gresham presided. The
hostess served1 a frut salad plater
.. Crcle No.i met with Mrs. Jerry
Newbold ' the new chairman with
Mrs. J. H. Hines presiding; There
were 9 members present Mrs. New
bold conducted the (Bible study JMrs
W. M. Buck gave the program on
'JT gher Education". . The hostess
served strawberry cake. K ni: '
VE WAIIT YOUH HOGS
Ji . a
On. Friday evening Mrs, . Emer-I
son wones entertainer ner club
with a session of brdge at her home
Hydrangeas decorated th living
room where the game ' wis held.
For high, club score Mrs. Belton
Minshew received hand ltlon.vlai-
tors high, a bath towel, went to
Mrs. Albert Newknk. For traveling
Mrs. Irene Martin won dish cloths.
Durng the game the hostess served
cookies and Iced drinks. The hos
tess served strawberry shortcake at
the concluson of the game. Playing
were Mesdamea Mlnshew, Martin,
Newklrk3onne ' Thomas.) Moman
Barr, Matte Torrans, Forest Mar
tin and the hostess.
Sale at Kinsfon
The elevnth annual coastal plain
Fat Stock Show and Sale for beef
cattle and hogs will be April 11 in
and 12th at the. New Carolina Ware
house In Klnston. '
; All livestock to be exhibited must
be approved by the county agent.
Agent Weeks stated that , anyone
who wishes to enter and has not
contacted him to do eo right a
way.The rules and regulations gov
eming the show may also be ob
tained from the county agent.
The show anu saie is sponsored
jy ; ue- agricultural committee of
Husband and wife Opened Joint
Chiropractic offices at 112 Faytte-
vale Stret in Clinton rcently. They
are Dr Roberf Baddour and Dr.
Eleanor K. Baddour. Dr. Robert A.
Baddour is the son of Mr. ana Mr.
C. C. Baddour of Clinton, formerly
of Warsaw; Mr Baddour has been
coneoted with the Cates Pickle Co
.upauy for a num'ur of years.
r. Robert A. Baddour graduated
.rom the Cllntin High School and
attended the Univrsity ot North Co
roLna where he completed two
years of general college work.'"'
ile entered the Lincoln Chire-
practic School in Indianapolis; Ind
where he met his wifefib Eleanor
K. Baddour, who waa prviously
from Philadelphia. .,
, The two doctors completed the
jtandard iour ' year chlrapractia.
ourse ahd received their degrees
both remained In Indiana to com-
plete their Internhip at the Lincoln
CUiropractic Cl.nic and take post
graduate work In advance' X-ray
;Lnd .diagnosis. ':.:..$
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jenkins and.
on Johnny and Mr. and $ Mrs.
Vance Gavin of Kenansville left
uduiiuay tor Wilmington, Del., and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Strickland
ahd.family have purchased the
home of Nelson Carlton at 406 N.
ujim Street, formerly occupied by
ir. and Mrs. J. W Straughan.
.They will move the'ir resilience
there after redecorating.
Dr. and Mrs. Straughan have
moved into their new home on mi.
" Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Brock have
moved from Warsaw to Rocky 'Mt.
Mr. Brock is with the Postal Trans
portatlon Service and has been
transferred to this new post. He
has been with this service for the
past five years since being dischar
ged from the Army Air ,Corpi
where he served in Airfield Con
trol Service in - Europe , durint
World War 11. ; i
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hollings
worth Goldaboro and Mr. and Mrs
Harry Hollingsworth and children
of Durham, spent Sunday afternooi
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brock;
V Mrs. Letha Middleton of Warsaw
and Mrs.' Clara Middleton of Kin
jtoa spent the week end with Mrt
Wi Hawkins in Richmond.
riarket f. rices;
Miss Sue Whittle Is confined to
her home with Measles. : '
i.", E. E. Jones, now located in Sa
vanah, Ga., spent the week end
with his family.
Mrs. George Rollins who has be
en a patient at the Btptlst Hospital
la Winston Salem for the past se
veral weeks, returned to the hom
of her son, Glenn Rollins on Sun
day. ( -
Mrs. John Bennett West, recent
bride, was complimented on Thurs
day evenng when Miss Belle Korne-'
gay entertaned at a miscellaneous
shower in her honor at the Korne
gay home on Chelly Street. About
20 attended .all inUmate friends of
the honoree. Jonquils and other
spimg flowers decorated the living
room. Upon arrival each guest was
presented cards for writing bridal
recpes. Games were enjoyed be
fore a pink and green fruit basket
laden with gifts was presented the
bride. She received many lovely
gifts. ;..V;.t .:. :.';;:;'. -. ; I
Tne dining table was laid with
linen cover and centered with
an arrangement of plnx carnations.
Punch, cupcakes, iuuils ana nuts
were served informslly.The hostess
ut a&usted by her mother, Mrsil
-k-.cjy and Miss Maths Bostie
The wedding of i Miss .' Fannie
Woodward and Mr. Bland Pickett,
both of Warsaw, was solemnized on
Friday, March 29th. The bride wore
a gray gabardine suit with black ac-
CeabtM Ms, not WMiai ,tu '
wiut - contrasting
trimmings. Mrs. Pcsett is tne da
ughter Jurs. Margaret jtei- mo.,
waul and tue'iaie David L. Wood-
ward of Warsaw, fane is a fornie.
faculty member of the Kuuto.
business man of Warsaw.
couple will reside here.
Miss Grace Pope of Winston
Salem, daughter of Mrs, Lula
j Pope and the late W. P. Pope of
tioug Isiana, N. C. became the
bride of Raiph Applewhite of War r
saw in a ceremony in the First Bap
tist Church in Winston Salem on
Saturday, March 2-ita. Taa rtev.
Ralph A, Herring officiated: Mr.
pieaite u a native of Delco
'and U at this time manager of tits
Tiae Water Power Company office
.a warotf w. The couple will be' at
uOiud .u WttiorfW. .... if
Birth Announced ;
' Mr. and Mrs. Francis FusSell
of Warsaw announce the birth of a
uaugnter, Nancy Lynn, on Friday
March 23rfl In the Sampson Me
morial Hospital. Mrs. Fussell and
aaugnter j returned to their home
in Warsaw on Monday.
Marriage licenses were issued by
the Register of Deeds of Duplin
County to the following white cou
ples: V;,V;. ,. ,y ., t,. "
4 Ellsworth' Herman Dall and Mel
ba. Ellen King- of Duplin; Oscar
Thomas 'Carter and Grace Ellen
Salmon of Duplin; Jeffrey Carlton
Tames and Pearl Elizabeth Norris
f Duplin; James H. Fountain and
"-rina ThWroen' of Duplin; Elbert
Holmes of Duplin and Evelyn Tal
ton of Wayne; Harry Fountain and
Mable Brinson of Duplin; C. B.
Guthrie, Jr., of Duplin and Iris Dix
on Daughtry of Sampson; Tom Hil
and Mrs. Fannie Kelly Hill of Du
plin; John Jackson and Kathleer
Warren of Duplin; Joseph W. Sum
ner of Wayne and. Velma Brinson
of Duplin; Julius S. Sandlin and
Thelma Brinson of Duplin; Louis
Galloway and Sudle Klrkman of
Green; Ray M. Williams, of Union
ind Patricia Ann Wusou of Dupai
- FERGUSON , SYSTEM TRACTORS
, a; -CARE LOCI TRANSPLANTERS
rLCCEIAYO TOBACCO CURERS
BeauUful azaleas ringed Airlie
lake at Airlie Estate near Wllmlne-
MISS HELEN LOUISE
BROWN'S PARENTS, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Tracy Brown, of Mag
nolia, announce her engage-
ment to John Anderson John- ,
son, son of Senator and Mrs.,
Rivers D. Johnson of Warsaw.
The wedding will take place In
June. . ..; . .' -
Be in Greensboro
: . More than 200 doctors,' nurse.'
and Tuberculosis Asoclatlon , work
era are -expected to gather on Ap
ril 17-18 in Greensboro to disenss
methods 'and means Jt continuing
the ' fight against ' the r "White
Plague". The occasion in the an
nual meeting of the North Carolina
uoerculosia Association and ' -Its
medical section,' the North Caroli
na Trudeau Soc'ety, and the sei-
lon will get underway at 2 p.m. on
the 17th. " ';.;-; ;.v
Following the official . welcome,
by' Mayor Cone of .Grenaboro, the
'afternoon discussions will center a
round caseJfinding services and the
community aproach to Tuberculos
is control. Taking part in these dis
....v'- w.u W. cd) fiiia,ng ser
vices,: Dr. Robert F. Young, Hall
fax County; Dr. A. Lt Ormonde Hi
ckory; Dr. E. E. Menefeejr., Duk"
Hospital; and Mrs. Lois Durham r
Raleigh. Community ap'roach to 1 ;
berculosis control, Dr. Edward C
MoGavran, Dr. John J. Wright an
Mrs. Isabelle K. Carter, all fro:
'the University of North Carolln
and Dr. S. B. McPheeters, HealU.
oficer of Wayne and Sampson Co
The remainder of the' progran
promises to be , very educations
and well worth while,.
, Mrs. Gordon Kornegay of our lo
cal Tuberculosis states that plan
are being made for Duplin Count:
to be presented at this meeting..
Robert J. MoConnell, Syracuse, N
Y. and Nannie Pearl Kornegay, Du
plin, ,!;, (.'.
' Licenses were issued to Pearlir
Willis and Ella WUson of Duplin
and Leo Whitfield and Josephine
Jones of Duplin, all colored."
ton la Just one of the many azalla
spectacles in Wilmington. The flo-
thurch Women to
The Women of tl; Church of
Wiim.ngton Presbytery will ' hold
their sixty-third Amial Meeting on
April 12-13th. The women or the
Chadbourn Presbyterian : Cuurcu
wm oe Hostesses to the Preabyter
ial The Executive Board w.il con-'
v uu on lUiursaay afternoon, 2P.M. j
v Reot.Pt. uml iw. heard coverina
idepsrtments of the work of the
s wmn nf th nhii.h Sunner -will
be served in the Asembly Room of
the church at 6 PiM. to members of
tne iecutive Board: soecial euescs '
' aud speakers on the program.
iSpeaxe- fon : op- ng session
: Thursday night iH ' Include:
-rs. l... -au., Synodical
resident, Mrs. Henry t). Haber
an, Board of World Mission of the
.tev. L. A. Taylor, Presbytery's -Executive
Secretary, who will present
the Epistle of James which Is the
A'ble-ioook study for Presbyterian
women during 1951-42. The aer-
vice will close with elebration of
the Lord's Supper.' conducted by
tev.' D P. McGaechey, D. D. toge-1 Sheep numbers also increased
ther with members of the session In the State during 1950. The to
of the Chadbourn Church.: ' ', tal at the beginning of last year
'The business session will recon- was 39,000, and at the beginning
vene at 9:30 Friday morning, With
transaction or business there will
bei inspirational talks presented i
welWcnown .leaders v ln' Kvarbras
fields, "of religion and 'education.
Followed, by the lunch hour. The
Annual Meeting will -' conclude
with the eletctlon and installation
of Presbyterial officers for 1951-52
T Yi'ID ALL ;
FUNERAL HOME t '
Df MOUNTLOLIVE "
, PHONE 2303
Home eg Wayne-DupUu 1
' Burial Asaoolation
- Tuneral Directors Embalmeni
Ambulance Service Day or NIcM
' Kenansvi N. ,
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
; 250 t i $120 , $130 ': - 150.. , .
Duoont finish . ; 9 x 12 Genuine . Solid Mahoanv Solid Mahogany
Bedroon suites, i " .... , . . ;,
Strickly .Modern.;; ; Axmmster Rues .Mr Corner Cupboards , Buffets '
, $450 - $ 2507 irr 820-' f $100 i
4 niece Genuine 7 c " r.5i-'V .,',,, 4t I
4 piece Genuine ; ;5 mece-Pine - Pair Victorian ? SoUd Map e -
Mahogany 18th . .4 ' . . .. . "u ,
. ' Dining Room Suites Ladies and, , , .,., n n ,
Centurv Ced , . s ' , kl-.- 4 .:.:- " , Desk Can be j .t ,
w ' , , (sj! J' dents Chairs VV:if ' ,'. '
Room S-ltes . i ! t ' " t ir ttscd " any room
' 'J 'v IJ
r- r , , .$50 ?i'f U , , . i j , '
.n--y. . , , ;J-r W.nn...- , .'
4-T !f ( p,'fr ' - Scrir I f( r '-y .'4 t T-"'e Corner
bo C.'s ' Mattresses;,; r ,-r ' Cu -jV.
' wers will be at their best this wooa
! nd and next ana-the many gard
, .. whii h rtpw to the public.
N. C LEADS SOUTH' t
SOUTH LEADS NATION
IN LIVESTOCK TREND
. Led by Tar Heel farmers, the
:, .t wilt states are increasing the!
livestock numbers faster than an;
other section of the country. '
mis is pointed ' out by Jack
Kelley. in charge of extension bus-
Vni'W - 4r OOl'W'e,. WHO
the 18 South Atlsntic and South
Central states increased cattle num
bers by over two Billion head In
1950 for an 8 per cent increase,
orm Carolina Mimcn urn r-
tter. They added 78,000 head
of cattle to their herds to bring the
total numberas of January V tc
788,000 -an Increase of 11 per
cent from a year earUer. -j A
', The average value per head , for
all cattle on Tar Heel farms as of
January 1 -was $120, an increase
of $20,30 per head from January
1,1950. ; 4
The number of hogs on North
Carolina farms increased ; 1 per
cent during the year, with the num
ber . estimated at 1.131,000 head
at the beginning of this year. To
tal value of swine was 30.4 million
dollars, an increase of 18.0 per.
of 1951 lt was
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,.. h'.i amy nw
, 4V UMertaiiers. pmnaimen
-. " Ambulanee Serviee ' ' . ' j
Home of ML OUve Bvrtel Aaea
Phone 2261 St MC OUve. N. C
WATCH E8 rt.OCKS
' RIN ON ORDER :
Re pair in?
tVatctMie, Cloeka, Jewelry
lUPLOT MKKCANTILE CO
ORDER TO MAKE SPA" CE FOR SPRING ARRIVALS
The ; Negro, County Jwlde P.TA
meeting was held at the Douglas
High School In Warsaw on Sunday
April 1st at 2 p.m. with Dr Rose
Butler Brown, director of the Grad
uate school of Education at the
North Carolina College, Durham,
as guest speaker, u'.'r.. y
; Dr. Brown was Introduced to the
audience by Mr. I. R. Barcliff, prin
cipal of the Chinquapin High Scho
ol. In her address she stressed the
following points; the failure of the
parents in the community to get
together and set up standards for
their children, thereby alleviating
in later life the confusion and frus
tration that often occurs as the re
sult of teaching these standards
The ' spiritual aide of rearng
children for a better peace for all
was also stressed. A child Is a child
Until he reaches adulthood then
from that point forward they are
to conduct themselves as adults pby
alcally, mentally and spiritually.
' Everyone in attendance left the
auditorium expressing their grati
tude to Dr. Brown for such an in
A large part of the Increase was
brought about by the purchase of
Western ewes by the State Depart
ment of Agriculture. '. , - i ;;
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Lira I.IarJlO'V.'niian -on and I .Vs.
W. B. 'Grady, both of Weslpy Cha
pel community, are In theluemori
al General Hospital In KlnstonJUrs.
Willlahsoa is suffering from larya. ,
gitla and shingles. Her condition
Is slowly improving. Mrs. Grady la
awaiting an , operation. $ j
V. S. Fanners bad 18 tihes as
many trucks and tractors In 1950
as in 1920. v"M-v
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