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:-ned, having , quall
outer of the estate of
deceased, late of Duplin
.la is to notify all per
sg claim against aald es
i resent them to the under-
n or before April 23. 1952,
i notice will be pleaded in
4 f their recovery. All per
i Jabted to aald estate will
! make immediate payment to
s the 23rd day of April, 195L
Executor of the estate
of Jacob Hall, deceased.
" 834 Welaware avenue
Route No. 1
' n , BraddockHlU
Pittsburgh 21, P
i. e phillips, attorney
i ot.-a e. PiAKreyo'V ' '
I. JT1CE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Ad-
.! trator, of the Estate of B. D.
. ULiiuns, deceased, this U to notify
1 persona having claims against
; e said estate to present them to
e undersigned duly verified, on or
fore the 28th day of April, 1932,
or this notice will be pled in bar of
t: eir recovery. --'
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make Immediate
This April 28, 1951. ; , , i
R. MACK WILLIAMS, ADMR.
-. i 712 Summit Avenue,
Greensboro, N. C
R. D. Johnson. Attorney,
Warsaw, N. C I-... .
. ' NOTICE...
State Of North Carolina,
County of Duplin. .
The undersigned, having quaU
fied aa administrator of the estate
of J. J. Benton, deceased, late of
Duplin County, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
said estate to present them to the
undersigned on or before the 5th
da? of May 1952, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery All persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
settlement of the tame with the un
dersigned. v ' r
This the 5th day of May 1WL
Hugh 8. Johnson, Jr.
. . ? Administrator.
Latham A Wilson, Attorney
. e-is-oxa 8 j , , -..
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contaisifil in a certain
deed of tmst executed by Lofton
J. Troublefield and wife. Emma
Troublefield, dated the 22nd day
of October, 1948, and recorded in
Book 451. page 91, of the Duplin
County Registry,, default having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured and
said deed of trust oelng by the
terms thereof, subject to foreclos
ure, the undersigned trustee will
offer for sale at ubllc auction to
the highest bidder for cash at the
courthouse door in Kenansville.
North Carolina, at 12:00 noon, on
the 9th day of June, 1951, the prop
erty conveyed in said deed of trust
, the same lying and being in the
County of Duplin, 'and State of
North Carolina, Kenansville Town
sltim. and more particularly de
scribed aa follow:
Beirut all that certain tract of
land containing 45-7-19 acres, more
or less, as is described an a deed
to L. A. Brock from L. V. Carroll
Phone Us For
, Telephone 2542
jypso Veneer Co.
-ver Southern Pine Inspection Eureau
THE DUPLIN tlMES
.had each Friday' ia KanancyUla, N. C, CaunQr oat af
' ' .'.-.'; DUPLBf COUNTY .J , ,, -
:torlal busness and prtoUng plant, Kenansville, It a -J.
ROBERT GRADY. EStTOR OWK ,'
tatered at the Post Office. Kenansville, N. C
second euws snattar. i"
' 'IltlPnOlll ' . '
TTION RATE3: J3.00 per year In Duplin County
t, Onslow. Pender. Eampsoa and Wayna; eonn-
5 r year outs'Je Ulf area in North Carolina; aad
-"t eVewhere. I'!''1'''. -: '
and wife, said deed being recorded
in Book 423, page 409, of the Duplin
County Registry;' EXCEPTING,
however from the operation of said
tract of land one acre heretofore
sold to S. W. Carroll, being on the
Southern corner of said tract of
land. Graveyard is Excepted, - a
square of 24 feet for the same. The
above tract of land being the FIRST
TRACT OF LAND as described in
a deed as recorded in Book 433,
page 1, of the Duplin County Reg
'4 Also being the same land descri
bed ina deed of trust from L. J.
Trouble-field and wife, Emma Trou
blefield to H. E. Phillips, Trustee,
and L. A. Brack, recorded in Dup
lin County Registry In Book 441,
page 77, to which reference is bad
Advertised this ninth (9th) day
of May, 1951. "
Vance B. Gavin, Trustee
H. E. Phillips, Attorney .. :
Kenaosville, N. C. -
e--4t h. e. p. - . '- vvi::.;.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION..
Hivin auaiified as Administrat
or if the estate of David B. Hamil
ton, this is to notify all persona
having claims against the estate,
to present them to the undersigned
duly verified on or before the
27th day of April, 1952, or this no
tice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. . . - f
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make Immediate
This April 23. 5L V
' R. E. Moore
Address Turkey, N. C. i? V
-i-t. R.D.J ,
The undersigned, having quali
fied as Administrators of the est
ate of Annie O. Hill, deceased, late
of Duplin County, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned en or before April 7,
1952, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
Indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment to - tip
undersigned. V ; v - v
This the 7th day of April, 1951
C. C. Hill
H. L. Taylor,
Administrators of the
estate of Annie C HIE
R E. Phillips, Attorney
Kenansville, N. C
I-5-18-9t-H. P. ' '
the estate of Floyd J. Strickland,
deceased, late ox toe uwnty oi w
plm, H. WIS IS lO nouiy au pcr-
Ute of tbe said deceased to exhibit
them to the unaerssjnea, si nir-
Hnrfh rUmllna- an ar before
the first list) day of June. 1952, or
this notice will we pieauea in oar us
their recovery. AH persons indebt
mA tn mmA xtete will d lease make
knmediate navmenL ' I
- irjia iae ia wty vu
. Irene an., sumumu, iucw
trix of she estate of Floyd J.
E. Walker Stevens, Attorney.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The undersigned, having quali
fied as administrator of the estate
of Rachel P.. Davis, deceased, late
of Duplin County, this is to notify
all persons having' claims against
aid estate to present them to the
nrvri-rfticnad on or before the 23rd
day of May,, 1952, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment to the unoereignea.
This the 23rd day of May, 1951
Ycur Ueeds In
Prompt Service ,
1 f i f"
9wxtoy School Lmr f '
CRIPTVRC: Luk ; 15: :I-10-Hark
10:45; John 1:11: 11:4440.
DEVOTION At. READING: John 10:1
15. Not to Be Served
Lessen for June M, 1951
THERE are at least three Ideas of
what religion is, and two of them
are wrong if Jesus wss right
To put thir mors
correctly: All three
ideas have some
truth in them, but
if either the first
or the second is
taken as the main
and only truth, then
Christ's truth car
ries in itself all the
truth the others '
Religion Is Not Retreat .
FIRST of these wrong ideas about
religion la that It is a retrsat
from the world,' a' private confer
ence between Ood and the soul
and nothing more. ' '
; People holding this idea have lit
erally fled from the world, they
have lived as- hermltit, they have
taken vows of saeoee - and - not
spoken to a living soul for years on
'end, they have lived in little shut
in communities devoted to contem
plation and prayer.
Now the relation between God and
the. soul Is extremely , important,
Prayer and contemplation are me
very atmosphere of religion, and the
Christian ought always to be truly
separate from the world. But re
treating to a cell won't answer. No
body is any better for taking a vow
Jeans' was net thai ktal ef
lers . Bta apartness from the
world was net marked fey a
brick wan. bat by ate feeing a
dlOercstf kind af sense as the
Religion Is Net Guarantee
ANOTHER wrong idea about reli
gion Is that it . Is' a means of
gain. Being religious is supposed to
be a sure way of getting what you
want it means getting God on your
side, it means having all your pray
ers answered, it means prosperity
and success. v
. Surely no one could study tbe
story of Jesus and come away with
that notion in bis bead! Jesus got
neither health,1 wealth, ; popularity
nor success out of being what he
was and doing what he did.
The most respectable citizens re
garded him as a wicked man; his
property wag only the clothes he
wore; he Is known to us as a "man
of sorrows and acquainted ; with
grief"; as tor success, it Is written
that "he came to his own, and his
own received, him noi,:,
'i'WeB, aesne saw wU ask, eV
yen aseaa to say there Is aeth,,'
; tog m being a ChrbtUnT Dent ;
. yen get anything at an eat ef
ttf That la fair anestlea. ;
t- Yes, there Is everything to be
gained; but not In that money-making,
The person who "goes in tor reli
gion" hoping to advance his own
interests, is Still only a selfish man;
and selfishness and Christianity are
Not To Be Served ;, V
spHE third Idea is in Jesus' words:
A "The son of man came not to be
served but to serve, and to give his
life a ransom tar many." And as
one of his great followers said: "As
he is, so are we in this world.'
(I John 4:17.) : - 'H
. This is the ideal of service. In its
deepest, widest sense; and it takes
in both those other ideals of reli
gion. One of the best ways of serv
ing others is to pray for them, as
Jesus did. One of tbe best things we
can do for others 1 to live aa close
to God as we can. But aa Jesus him
self said: "For their takes I dedi
cate myself J
- If Is trsX-'alse, mat
thing bto fee gained from re
' gteat feot nethtog that a selfish,
I greedy, meswy-tevmg par aea
can dtirstaad. As one. ef the
great creeds expresses Hi' the
"feeaefKa ef resaUa" era .
aasaranoe ef Oed'a leva, peace
ef coaacleaee. Increase ef grace .
, aad perseverance therein to the.
Tbese are priceless, but no one
can understand such things or even
wish for them so long as ha ia
self -loving person, , Jasus served
men's bodies and minds, be taught
and healed; but deeper than this, be
came to save men save them from
their worst selves, bringing them
out front slavery of sin, Into the
freedom of Ood. ' . 1 ; .
8o the Christian who wants to
know the full moaning of his rail
gion will, like bis Master, so tar as
be can find opportunity, serve oth
ers' needs m every wsy he can. And
the best service one parson csn do
tor another, after all, ia to introduce
him to Christ :':
(ftertM last aa tMvtafea el
CMrt-u a;wtl, N CanU
Of U ,-- mt t - la WO lii.a
Suit-. ! AOUftM. MMIaHl kf WMU
John D. Potter, administrator of (to
estate of Fihel V. uavis, aaceaseo.
H. E. luiupa. Attorney ,, ,,.
Kenansville, N. ti, : ' i n
7-o-t. H. E. P. '
. t "r3 or fi. r
Ft'. ..4Mt tec . rv2Z?
By Mrs. Thelma D. Taylor
Superintendent of Public
Welfare ef Duplin County
V . PUBLIC ASISTANCE IS
There is no program so misunder
stood as Puplic Assistance. Over
and over again we hear the expres
sion, "I Just as well have it as any
one." Person after person comes to
this olfice with a statement simi
lar to these: "Mr. So and So said
the money la here and I just as well
have It as anybody" or "I need it
Just as bad as anybody. Someone
will say to a worker, "That's a de
serving I want you to give her
the limit." These express a misun
derstanding of the program.
- The grants under the Public A
si stance program are not controlled
like the flow of water from a spigot.
They cant be turned and oifif at will
hv a worker. There is a standard
for determining .a grant and com-1
inanity pressure or so cauea po
litical pull doesn't thange hat
standard. It Just makes the work
er's Job harder because misunder
standing Is hard to fight.
To be eligible to receive public
assistance one must be In need ami
it is tbe Welfare Department's re
sponsibility to determine in coop
eration with each applicant if he
meets tbe requrements of the law.
The Welfare Department with its
workers it an agency set up to Ad
minister tbe Program according to
the law. . j. : -;-
In deteermlnlng need a person's
tniMM must be matched scainst
his Income to see if he needs ad
ditional assistance to maintain an
acceptable standard of living. The
terms of need and acceptable stand
ard of living must be translated Into
dollars and cents orore practical
proof that one is eligible can be de
termined. It is evident then that a
standard has to be set up so mat
each applicant's needs can be con
sidered on the same basis with all
others. Tbe State Department of
Welfare makes a standard cost in
the field rd health, nutrition, ctoth-
lnsi and cersonal necessities for
maintains: cleanliness and health.
This Is available to eaon Mcai de
partment of Public Welfare and
must be used in oeierminiotj eaon
applicant's need. ,
For instance the cost of food per
month for a man and his wife would
be 132.00. For a oeraon living alone
It would be $20.00. Average cost of
clothing per noun lor one person
is 15.00. In a family of seven the
cost of food Is estimated at $66.00
the cost of doming, $30.00. Other
Hying expenses such as rent, taxes,
cost of coal, wood or kerosene, light
bill, medicine and some other items
cannot be standardized, therefore
each applicant's actual expenses are
used for these items added to tbe
standard cost of food, doming and
personal expenses to arrive at an
estimate of total expense.
ness secured by said deed of trust
transfered to D. T. Mcnuu
tor value, on December 18. 1050:
and whereas, default having seen
made in the payment of tbe in
debtedness vnereoy- seourea; ana
whereas, tbe undersigned Trustee
is instructed by the holder of said
indebtedness to advertise a sale
sell the real estate and per
sonal property hereafter described
pursuant to the. power of sale con
tained in said -deed of trust; and
whereas, tbe undersigned Trustee
will offer i for - sale, and sell.
to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Court House door in Kenans
ville, Duplin County, North Caro
lina, on she 25th. day of June,
1951. at or about me hour of 13
o'clock noon, the following des
cribed property, lying and being
in the town of Wallace, Duplin
County, North Carolina, and more
particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a stake in the cen
ter of the old Westbrook Hne ditch,
the western line of Railroad street.
73 feet west of the center of the
ACL Right of Way, 8 feet west of
the , western AOL Rttht of Way
Line, and running thence with the
western line of Railroad street
parallel to the ACL Right of Way
S. 14 E. 115 feet to a stake: thence
70 w. 205 feet to a stake on (tie
north edge of a dKoh; thence para
llel to the ACL Right of Way N.
14 W. approximately ill feet to a
take in Abe center of the old Weat-
brook Une ditch: thence with the
center of said dttch about N. 74-
30. E. 205 feet to the beginning
containing 1-2 of an acre, more or
less, and being in Block 53, as per
city map of Wallace, North Caro
lina, and also being Dart of the
land conveyed by I. Bruch Koonce
to Everett W. Stout by deed dated
August 20, 1938, and recorded in
toe Duplin County Public Regis
try Book 480. at page loo.
; : The lands above referred to were
conveyed by L .Bruce Koonce to
"Everett W. Stout", by deed dated
August 20, 1938, recorded in Book
408. at Page 166 of Duplin Coun
ty Puplto Registry, and "Everette
W. Stout" Is one and the same per
son as W. E. Stout
Together9 wtth all Instenathma.
equipment, appliance, fixtures, maw
ehlnery. Imolements. trucks, chat-
tei or personal property used or to
be used In connection thenewith,
(most of the eoukiment being
"York" equipment), including, a-
mong other things three (3) com
pressors, eleotric motors. coHs,
quick freeze equipment, all lock
ers (328) In number), and other
equipment , necessary to make a
complete freezer locker plant. AJo
all replacements or additions to
the above as may be made, whe
ther herein soec tiled or not.
The hishest bidder at sold sale
shall be required to oeposic wim
the Trustee ten U0) per cent of
the purchase price to insure his
nerfoitnance of bis bid.
This tbe 23rd. day of May. 1831,
' :!!,,'.; , f J. T. Flyt. e
i-"." ' ... Trustee
R. D. Johnson .. -'-v
Attorney : ' ' '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
, Having this day qualified as Ex
ecutor under the Let Will and Tes
tament of Walter Whaley, now de
ceased, late of Duplin County,
North Carolina, this Is to notify a 1
pernons having claims against his
sn' l eirtut to present them to t
u rHri'4 Fxwutor in wril
o 1 i vr' -1 rn or t -e t
' it i , i !, rr t )
. i MRS. MAST ALESITTON - ,
t (Mrs. Mary Aturliton, 81. widow
of the late George Ai'brltton, Sr.,
of Caljvso. died suddenly at her
home in Calypso Thursday morn
ing 6:30 after a beart attack.
- Funeral services were held Fri
day a-ternoon at 4 o'clock at tne
home Just north of Calypso and in
terment followed In the Calypso
cemetery. The Rev. T. K. Woody,
pastor of the Calypso Baptist
church, of which Mrs. Albritton
had been a member for many years
officiated. Assisting were the Rev.
Murphy Smith, pastor of fflie Caly
pso and Faison Presbyterian chur
ces and the Rev. Russell Harrison,
pastor of the Mount Olive and Caly
pso Methodist churches.
' Mrs. AHrittt.'w was a native
of Duplin county, had lived a long
and active life in ber community,
being especially active In affairs
of the Baptist church and the Un
ited Daughters of the jomeaerwy.
Surviving are tnree eons, ienny
C, John T., and George AJfcritton,
Jr., all of Cakypso; three daughters,
Mrs. Adrian uaii, Mrs. "
Patten of Mount Olive: two broth
ers, and B. B. Garr of Richmond,
Va.; eight granacnuoren. - -'
V " LANIK JONES
(Lanie Jones, 46, died suddenly at
Thursday niaht May 81 fol
lowing an illness of six months. Fu
neral services were neia croni w
home Friday at 4 p. m. with tbe
Rev. Ed Ulrica. Baptist minister,
nficlatinsL Interment was in wil
low Dale cemetery. Surviving are
his wife, the former Nola Hollings-
wortta, three daughters, Mrs. nancy.
Jarmaa of Gobhfeoro, Mrs. nenry
L. Williams of Detroit. Mich., Joyce
Jones of tbe home; two brothers
James Jones of Warsaw ana kod-
ert Jones of Wilmington; three sis
ters. Janie Jones of Goldsooro. Mrs.
Sallle Prtce of Pmk Hill, Mrs. W. B.
Bennett of Whiteville;. two grand
children. " ,,. . v,:,'t" ;:
JOHN WRIGHT HARREIX
Johnnie Wrtatrt HarrelL ase 67.
of near Wallace died suddenly of a
heart attack at the home of his dau
ghter, Mrs. Clarence Kennedy in
Rose Hill Saturday morning after
having been in declining health for
aomethne. - " : '
Funeral services were heU Sun
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at his
home near Wallace on the Chin
quapin nigbway vy ev. w. a. nooa
pastor of the Wallace Presbyterian
church. Burial was in tbe Harrell
family cemetery near the home.
He is survived by five aeugaters,
Mrs. Clarence Kennedy, Mrs. J. T.
Knowles, Mrs. J. H. Williams, Mrs.
Norman Register, all of Rose Hill;
Mrs. Harvey James of Wallace; five
sons, Oscar Macy Harrell, Norwood
HarrelL both of Wallace: Preston
and Horace Harrell of the home and
Johnnie W. Harrell, Jr., of Akron,
OhiO. fc . .. v
" WALTER WHALET '
Walter Whaley, 55-year-old vet
eran of World War I of Beulavllle,
died Wednesday night May 30 in a
Kinston hospital after several years
of declining health. Funeral serv
ices were conducted from the home
at 8 d. m. Saturday by Rev. R. D.
Penny. Burial was in the family
cemetery near the home. In addi
tion to his wife, the former Ida Ed
wards of Beulavllle. he is survived
by five daughters, Alma, Reba, An
nette, Jaunlta, and Virgins Whaley
all of the home; and his .mother.
Mrs. Alice Whaley of Beulavllle;
five sisters, Mrs. Lena Craft of Hol
lywood, Fla Mrs. Laura Xeanedy,
Mrs. SyJvIa Whaley. Mrs. Nellie
Whaley and Mrs. Annie Herring;
two brothers Tommle and mine
Whaley. all of the home community
and a number of nieces and nep
hews. .'-V- '
G. W. CHERRY
Funeral services for G. W. Cher
ry, native of Duplm county who
died In Edgecombe General hospi
tal at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
were held at the graveside in the
family cemetery Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Cherry was a resident of Rt
2, Tarboro, and died after an illnes
of only two days.
To determine if need exists as the
law requires, it Is also necessary
to estimate average income per
month. Many applicante have some
resources such as wages, contribu
tions from relatives or friends, gar
den produce, etc. Experts have pro
vided to the Welfare Department
standardized tables, for estimating
value of garden produce, hogs, chi
ckens and other things that may be
produced at home or donated. In
studying resources we cannot for
get the responsibility of children
to support their parents If tney are
financially able to do so. (
The amounts of grants vary. No
two people are likely to live in the
same circumstances. One may live
in a house rent free, while another
may have to pay rent.. One may
have chickens and a garden, while
another may be' physically unable
to chop a single hill. One may also
have to buy medicine while another
may not. Not only needs vary but
resources may also vary, therefore
what one may receWe also varies,
The difference between his ex-
penses and his income determines
how much n will receive ancoraing
to the Intent of the law. However
we have to amend this statement
by adding that the total amount of
money available for the program
also a""Cts the amount of the
grant. When the appropriation is
not large, enough to meet tine easic
requirements for all tnose who are
eligible then tbe amount arpronrl-
ated is divided proportion i.y and a
certain percent fe of the basic
needs is met This varies from co
unty to county according to the atv
propriatlon an 1 a -'r.ng to tue
snouts ia Mfhvm, EslnS. tk""!Jkf
LThSI-dlcta. kh to htl the llTd sbsss of tk.
' m mm V BIIU. H wu aolllat SO Of for Bis
uJ eW J boy. of U- U.i.U.f-
lets ha had koafht ss dlNrilmts oassag Us sfeat-te
'Tko' losflots wore sslliog aO vnt EasUad, U
aid, aad wen kolag traadsnd lata siaay fcnlfa
lutwtas. Ad tor a good "j0?;. ""
writto. a K to kolp taaot tho bailout of a od-ol
a t mm li.ii.no It said 10 at the top
! of tho ps. . . . "Solf for tk boMfit rf it
i Hkll, KStofc" Uador that, tk. Um, "Him that
i ootMtk toMlwiUiaaewiMssit oat. Tata saaw tto
Toon wJlod la Caarkate Miotrt ayts as she r4
tka liaos. Hor BMoMry woo back to tho day har
9mt tint y Ud umtiaft mt,
1 JuU Ibui Th Itliftt OW
dinikHn0 nr two daughters. Mrs
-Mary Upchurch Forrest of Raleigh j
and Mrs. Naomi Sanders, Shrove-1
port, La.; three, sons, Sam and El
bert Cherry of Taxboro, and Joe
of Baltimore, Ma.; a sister, mra.
Lou Pate of Mt Olive; 20 grandchi
ldren and 17 greatrgranacnuareni
DUPLIN NATIVE DIES '
.Rnrkv Mount Asa L. Lanier.
65, who bad been a barber here for
,K i.t 23 veara. died in a local
hospital early Monday after an ill
ness of two months. Funeral serv
feea were conducted at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon from the John
son Funeral home by the Rev. Sid
ney Boone, pastor of Clark street
Methodist church. Burial was in
Pineview cemetery. He was a na-
tivs nf Dunlin county, the son oi
tne late John and Sarah Gatsey La
nier. He moved here from Kinston.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. im
rt Lanier, three daughters. Mrs. D.
C. White, Mrs. R. T. Lee and Eybll
Lanier, all of Rocky Mount; one
brother, Joe Lanier of Burgaw; two
alaters. Mrs. Florence uawson ox
Falling Creek and Mrs. Nitla Rob-
ens ox swmsxon.
Street Price, 80, died at his home
near Grady Crossroaos sunoay
at 1. f. m. He served with
the U. S. Navy during World
War I. . -Funeral services were
held Monday at 4:30 s. m. with the
Rev. W. E. Howard, Metftocist min
ister of Fremont, and the Rev. Hil
lary Worthimrton. castor of the sev
en Springs Methodist church, offi
ciating. Burial was in Pine View
cemetery. Surviving ateVfais wife;
his father', Atlas Price, Mt. OUve,
Route 1; three brothers, W. J. of
ML OUve and Ralph and E. W. of
ML Olice, RL 1; two sisters, Mrs. D
D. Price and Mrs. R. F. Ivery, ML
Olive, RL l.u:.v:-.!-v-. ;;: ,
ISAAC NEWTON 8ANDUN ,
Isaac Newton Sandlin, age 80 of
the Dobson Chapel community near
Kenansville died early Tuesday
morning after having been in de
clining health for several years and
serious illness of about two weeks
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the Dobson Chapel church byvRev.
N. E. Gresiham, pastor , assisted by
Dr. Poston. pastor of the Wallace
Baptist church.' Burial was in tbe
HallsvUle Baptist church cemetery
. He is survived by bis wife ,the
former Rebecca Ann Rochelle of
near Rose Hill, f ive daughters, Mrs.
Troy Smith and Mrs. B. W. Carter
both of Beulavllle .Mrs. Davis
Bland of Magnolia and Mrs. J. T.
Carter, Sr., of .Wallace, one son,
T. N. Sandlin of the home, fifteen
srandchildren and one great-gran-
child, one sister, Mrs. Sallle Aman
Br ROBERT SCHMIDT
I passed a field of cabbage the
other dtay that showed a rather
large xtercentage of flower stalks
where good beads should nave oeen
One of the most common causes
or. mis conuroon is pwnuns
in outdoor plant beds too early.
Caibbace seed should not be sown
before October 1 in eastern North
Carolina and not earlier Chan Sep
tember IS in tbe Piedmont 6ome
times severe -weaCer such aa we
bad this year may cause premature
flower stalks but in some field
plant beds we bad this year that
were seeded early In October we
have bad a very email percentage
of flower stalks, A poor strain of
eed aometbnes may be the cause
. . -:Y f
Jf as f axav laoat aaW ;. f . ..
With mtmy a rasUrt, mtmf dtutt, 1
' HlHt" aW tn wUhm, wttinl,
O Umt Cd, I ttmml J ttmt
11 si sai ar ism. m mwmwt m . v m w , '"- .J
:f- 'V 1 1 l:
the troiAtle. Then a fain there pro
ved to be a very poor variety: For
exaonple. the Oopenl&gen fciarket
variety eias proved to toe a very
poor variety for sowing in outdoor
pUint beds in tbe fall of t year.
Sometimes this variety will give
l.j per cent flower s
' s In
mt -) m-d
Just as lf Am
Utl kai arcaalaol a
mm i J- Lm . i..
cost hoe . , t a -f" ' .
dnm aboat tka wool. . , .
loaoly ood Wol- tka W writua a room to
ooawle otkor tayallda, Sko ka nat It to a tmbhtaar la
the hope taat frooi to oU sko owld ooauibata a few
thilUagt to bar bntWi school. Ad aow, hor Unto
pool was brlaglas ia nam tkaa an tho ba
mh tho towa could give. - . H m m
" ThToW pload with hi. aaU. Ho kad Uf-. ;,
Li. . M bapay that tko ml erring. -
TTtZTjmt Ck.rita Elliott nAlUM
whoU book of bys aad tho wtou aiaT another
bofora tho dioi at the ago of 12. Parkap. tho good
iw Idsht bay. mpt a Uo hi-!f d.r i
14 bad ha kaowa It was bis patioas who had wrlt-
aa) m 1 a
ftt, an i a
Jaut as I
Two cents per word, minimum
' charge of See. Unless yeu have
aa account with as please send
money, stamps, money order,
cr tcbeck with ads. Farmers:
Use the Times Classified Ads;
If yaw bar anything to sell
of exchange, er want to buy,
we win aeospt produce fee
payment. v. ' '
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER ,
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITS! FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
YOUR POSTOFFICE. : ' -BEATER
WELL CO, INC
. v.-'- RALEIGH, N. C "
TOBACCO FLUES grate
ilea roofinr - windows
sheetroek gypson beard doors
year order for fines now.
i. C Russ, Warsaw. N. C -
T.r. wakneid. Oharleston. and
Ferry's Round Dutch do not bold
iv haiir. arc with US smta ind
must be eontroled before they do
serious damage n -we are tna
to have bih quality vegetabiles.
The Mexican bean beetle has start
ed early. The' best control is a 1
per cent rotenone dust nppUed to
the under sides of the leaves as
soon as Nhe beetles appear. Cryolite
will control hem also, but must
not be used after he pods set
because it is poisomis to human be-
' 'niimmnTii-innrasmtaw"l'',l'w'li:1 i
Buy; :, ,
plan? Buy bonds regularly cut ef
your earnings. It'g autc:"-:, tuiJ
iff the safest invest:::, t Latft
which you can put your J earn
Save The Easy, Automatic Way .
- With U. S. Savings Bonds
Mart U scboot
mm A VminmA
Taat ia, oorybodr -
..r, wrttrW, WtoJf
htsUmt o tk mind,
Of WOS, 1 twmmt
Thn wilt nniv.
lit mhoL ootVm. tUmmu, tUn
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The Readers Digwat t Soaths
far 81.10. Sea Mrs. Floyd Heath,
Pink Hill. N. C Telephone 117-2. .
TWO IMMEDIATE openings for
rellsJbie men . to call on farmers.
Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20
in a day. No experience required.
Permanent Writs today. McNeeev
Company, DepL .C, Candler tuat--Baltimore
2, Md. '
FLOWERS FOR sale. Gladlolis,
Colors: red, pink,, and white, bee
J. K. Bryan. Rt 1. Kenansville. ,
6-27-St P D - . ' - -
CERTIFIED Sweet potatoe plant .
from the highest grade seed stock:
In tbe state. D. C. Boone, Pink Hili. ,;
N. C. Front of High school. , rt
6-18-3tc - - ' "'
' FOR RENT Filling station and
garage combined located on U. S. ,
Highway 117 in the town of Mag
nolia. NjC. J. H. Gay lor, Phone 3ftt0
PO Box 542, Jacksonville, N. C. j.
6-31-3UC J v.. , ,
ings and animals. Rotenone dust
will also control the green cabbage;
ainnm Whb4 ft,n itunlilU WOUnST.i
cabbage bead so hey are unfit to.
ewL Flea beetles, potatoe beetles
and (eaf boppors mav be controlledC :
with PDT. If, you have planted nny-.-
' - 4" ' ' ' . . . '
egsjplants you must control the po
tatoe beetles or they will destroy-:
tho plants. They Just love egg
plants. For further Information on. .
garden insect and disease control;
write to the Agrtoultairei editor.
State College station, Raleigh, and
ask for the circular, "Garden planting."
an easy savings.
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