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Vo.7S !.i GslMoro;
' The neMbog of Mis Margaret
Dofwnbvg Kornegay to Thomas Jar
vis took place Friday June 1 at 8:30
in the ai terooon at the borne of the
bride, 1205 East Pine street. The
bride Is the daughter of Airs. Hattie
Smith Korneay and the late C.
Grainger Kornagay of Goldsboro
and alster of Mrs. N. B. Boney of
jCenansville. Air. Tolson U the aon
of Mr. Lula Longest Tolson of New
port, and the late L. C. Tolson.
The Rev. James M. MoCJhesney,
Jr., minister of the bride and bride--groom,
heard the vows of the dou
ile ring service of the Presbyterian
' BEST Bf MUSIC
church. The home was arranged fori
the wedding with white floral act
rangements and was candleUghted.
Tne oride was attired in a navy
blue lace dress with which she
wore, a pink hat trimmed in blue
nylon net Her weddina corsairs was
pink roses. Her otiher acessories
were navy blue and pink. - '
Mrs. Kornegay wore for the wed
ding hour a dress of blue and a
gardenia corsaae. ,
rne ceremony was attended only
te mem Den of the immediate fami
ly of the bride and three or four
of the couple's close friends.
iMrs. Tolson is a graduate of Gol
daboro high school and Is employed
as secretary to Dr. Corbett Howard
of Goldsboro. Mr. Tolson la a New
port btgh school graduate and is
connected wiw tne Wayne Agricul
After a short weddinsi trio Mr.
and Mrs. Tolson will be at borne at
1209 East Pine street
No announcements will be mailed.
WEEK BEGINNING JUNK MTU
- IIALF ANGEL
Starrlnr Joseph Cosiea and
Monday - Teeeday
tJl APACHE DRUMS
j. - Starrtnr Stephen MeNaUy and
RED RIVER 1
Starrim John Wayne and
GO FOR BROKE
Yaa Jobuoa and Wimer
.SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE
THUNDER IN GOD'S
' Starrinjr Bex Allen
TWO LOST WORLDS
Starring Jim Ames and Laura
Mrs. J. B. Wallace
(Mrs. J. B. Wallace entertained
the members of the Kontract Klub
on Wednesday night of last week.
All members iwere present except
two. whose places iwere filled by
Mrs. v. a. siuerson and Mrs. J.
B. Grady. During play the feosti
served drinks and cookies and at
the conclusion of the evening, lem
on nun and salted nuts were- ser
ved JUdh score for dub members
was won by Mrs. J. O. Stokes and
for visitors by Mrs. J. 8. Grady.
the opening devotional. Prior to the
roll call of deceased members, Mrs.
J. A. Gavin eulogized the late Miss
ilaC Hinson, ,. former hon
orary . president tne woman i
club. As deceased club members
names were called the president
oinned a white rose in a wreath.
which was later placed on. the grave
of iMlaa Lula Hinson.
Others taking part in tne pro
gram were Mesdames w. m. ln-
mm. w. . Jinnson. v. a. Reyn
olds and Mr. Gardner Giddley, Red
Cross aoecial field representative
Music was otrmsned py Mrs.
John Currie. '-.v..,,,.:
Miss Hilda Clonts was presented
a piece of silver in her chosen pat
tern. '. -v rv , "
Refreshmeats of punch and cook
ies was served by the members of
the Education and American Citi
zenship combined departments.
The Woroans dub held its reg
ular meeting Thursday afternoon
at 3:30 in the lodge building. Mrs.
E. A. Newton presided.
Following a short business ses
sion Mrs. N. B. Boney had charge
oi the program which was the an
nual memorial observance.
Rev. J. T. Hayter had charge of
Owl Show. Saturday.
, AU Star Cast " .
CHINQUAPIN, N." C.
WEEK OF JUNE It
Sun. and Mosu
Starring Donald O'Connor and
Jimmy. Durante .
Short and News '
Toes, and Wed.
. Howard Duff and Brian Doolevy
Short and Cartoon -,,-- -
Than, and Fri.
. t (Color By Technicolor) .
Starring Htevea MeNaUy and Alexis
Snort and Cartoon
4JEYOND THE PECOS
. t With Bed Cameron
Short, Cartoon and Serial ,
BEULAVILLE. N. C.
Movies Are Better Than Ever
"Why Worry? See A Movie"
WEEK OF JUNE 10TH
SUN. and MON.
Also Selected Short Subjects
TUE. and WED.
CAPTAIN CAREY USA
; Starring :: ,f
r ; i Alan Ladd,
Also Selected Short Subjects '
' (Miss Lottie Williams of West Vir
ginia Is visiting her sister, Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McCord of
Moble. Alabama are visiting Mrs.
Annie Ingram and other relatives
In Kenansville for a few weeks.
Mrs. Park Pridgen of Warsaw
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Gradv. "V. v ,;" '' f, V '
Mr. and Mrs. Bumpsle Guthrie
visited her home in Sampson coun
ty on Sunday. "
CpL and Mrs. Joe Quinn of Ft
Jackson, S. C, spent the weekend
with their Barents.
Mrs. Mattie Bryan Feagle of Cha
ttanooga, Tenn.. visited in Duplin
county Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Boney and
Janet Boney attended the wedding
of Mrs. Boney's sister in Goldsboro
on Friday night
Bobby and Maude Wells of Clin
ton spent the weekend with their
grandfather Mr. R. V. Wells. They
were aacotnpanied home by Bar
bara Mitchell who will spend sev
eral weeks with them.
Emory Sadler visited In High
Point last week.
Mrs. E. W. Sadler spent several
days In Raleigh this week.
Bobby Ingram of the University
of North Carolina is borne for the
summer vacation. Billy Ingram of
State College . ws home for the
Mesdames Louise Mitchell, F. W.
MoGowen, L. F. Weeks, J. B. Wal
lace, Halite Daugbtry and I. C. Bu
nch are attending summer school at
(Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Gavin spent
Sunday at Swansboro.
Mrs. C. S. Williamson visited
Mrs. W: C. Caulder in St. Paul and
also visited in Raeford, Fayette
ville and Red Springs the past week
Sunday guests of. Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Kornegay were Mrs. Bill Fu-
trell and son of Goldsboro, Mrs.
Andrew Howard and son of Phoe
bus, Va., and Mrs. Emmet Howard
of Scotts Store.
Mrs. F. W. McGowen spent Thur
sday visiting relatives in Hope Mills
Miss Mary Beth Southerland is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Newlin
C 1 t i -? lias returnea
to v. -ii, l. C. having spent
several dys with her parents.
Mrs. P. J. iMMon ana rar. ana
Mrs. Arnold tMbson of, Wilming
ton are visiting Mrs. George uues
In Oterrv Valley. . X.
Mrs. Sam Newton nas returned
home aftf- spending several days
in uunnam wion ui. ana xnn. ma
Mr. and Mrs. Eugent Crowell of
Clsyoiont Del., Miss Ruth Sander
son of Beulaville. Mrs. Myrtle and
Miss Kathryn Qulnn spent Mon
day at Myrtle Beach, S. C. They
were accompanied home by Miss
Cornelia Quinn who spent several
.dava there. '
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wlllard
and children of Raleigh spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. uaroid Jones ana 4uiius
spent th; weekend with her mother
Mrs. Newman is moss Htu. Mrs.
Newman accompanied her home for
a few days visit '
Mr. and Mrs. John Wlllard and
children Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sykes
snd Miss Mary Lee Sykes spent
Saturday at Carolina Beach.
Mevdames Tw Bowden. J. L. Tuc
ker, Elmore Bell and daughter Pat
ricia shopped in lunston aaturaay
Master Nicky Bowden is visiting
his grandmother Mrs. W, P. Bow
den in BuMUfw- this, week.-
Mrs. Nora Shaffer la visiting Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Bouse In Klnston
. Mr. Joseph Wert of USN station
ed at San Diego, Calif- Is spending-)
a few days leave with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. ri. M. west. ;
i x,iu Lyrd Nturaed to Roc
ky i. . iiut s;-ir spending the week
wiuli her ftwnlly. ''
Jerry Robert Holland spent ue
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Byrd. : J
. oars. Dunum uraoy is spenoins
some time with Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry F. Gray in Pennsanken,-N. J.
- mar. ana jars. w. u. anuu tuiiw
Mrs. Edith Grady Sunday after
noon. " ;' '":V. r.'Vf --i' '
Mrs. Leonard Grady and uaston
attended the home coming services
at Tlalev Chanel Suiuiav.
Mr. Durahm Grady was dinner
guest of Mr. and -Mrs. it. a. uates
Rev. N. P .Farrier Was dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady
Mrs. Douglas Tdwnsen, Editn By
rd. and Gaston Graoy attended a
bar-b-que supper Wednesday ni0ht
at Ha Mane Kornegay s. line sup
per was in honor of the class of
, i Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Townsen
spent Sunday at Carolina Beach.
rector, announced that boats and
canoes are In good shape to make
the -waterfront actmues at camp
enlovsble this season, eagle scout,
Maurice Edwards will be in cnarge
of program activities at camp.
Mr. Tavtor and his staff will move
to camp Thursday. June 8 and re
main there for the season. :
Dist 4-H Federation At
Douslas School June 8
- The Southeastern 441 District
Federation will be held at the Dou-
alasi Hfaah school June 8. 1931. The
fourteen counties comprising the
southeastern district will compete
during the morning in team dem
onstrations. The teams tmat wiu re
present tuupun in tne event tor wc
boys are Robert Simmons and Chile
Hargrove of tne Warsaw ar. cu.
The slrls team demonstration will
be presented by Marie Sharpless
and Esther Ree Pickett ox tne cnin
quapin club. These teams were win
ners of the county elimination held
one time or another.
HOME DEllf. CLUB MEETS
The Warsaw. Home Demonstrat
ion club held it's second meeting
June 1, st the home of Mrs. I. L.
Smith. There -were five new mem
bers present .
Mrs. Peterson "gave a demonstra
tion on bow and where to oe Ar;
milk, and how to prepare it. She
kIso discussed many ways to get
the right amount of milk Into tne
After tUe esrrtir t rrt,. ... j
were served the hosts.-
The next meeting will be 11
June 29 at Mrs. Blanch Gist's hmsi
at So'clock. v ;. ,
Any new members are invited to
Join.' - . -
'SnBscrlbe New Te The New.
. DUPLIN TIMES
THUBS.. ONLY -
PAH) IN FULL
... v with '
Abe Selected Short Subjects
. ' Starring ' 'v
Serial Ne. 8
Across th Badlands
Charles Starrett .
Serial Net, 8
Shows at 70 & 9:30 p. m.
Adults 30 1 Kids (under
. 12 yrs. in cars) Free
SUNDAY JUNE ItTH .
Heart Warmint Drama
'': i: Starring . f'
V i Martin, Jr.,
Also --Western Short
Thorsday, Friday. June 1, 8
Starring Barbara Hale and Larry Parks
MON TUBS 11-lt
Story of the Fighting Women Of
The Dalton s
iff .... . .
Pamela Blake June
Tom Neal Lash Larue
Al "Fuzzy" St John
Also Color Cartoon and
Mr. end Mrs. Paul J. Smith of
Rocky Mount spent the weekend
with Mrs. Lizzie Smith and visited
other relatives here and in Pink
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Qulnn and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
Clavton Smith and family.
Miss Hilda Grace Wiley of Deep
Run spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Smith and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith and
Miss Pennle Smith entertained
number of friends at a fish stew at
their home Saturday night. Those
attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Smith and boys, Mrs. Jerry
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Smith
and sons. Mr. snd Mrs. Alvin Smith
and family, Mr. Alton Lee Smith,
Mr. Qraham smith, Mr. Clayton
Smith and Edna Grace Smith, Mr.
Johnson Smith and Mr. Leon
Miss Sadie Doris Smith spent the
weekend with Mrs. Herman Page
and children while Mr. Page was
on fishing trip.
Miss Marylin Stroud Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Williamson
in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Fred Sackett and Mrs. Tho
mas Quinn and Edna Grace Smith
visited Mrs. Leslie Quinn Friday
Miss Elaine Stroud spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Smith and family.
Mr. Gracen Smith is visiting his
sister Mrs. Raymond Russ in Ports
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
Sheppard spent the weekend at
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and
boys, Mr. snd Mrs. Willie James
Smith snd children spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Baysden
There is Bible school at Smith's
Chapel this week. A number of chil
dren are attending.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Smith and
boys, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith
and Miss Pennle Smith went to
White lake Sunday afternoon.
Miss Sue Smith is spending a few
days with her grandmother, Mrs.
Stuart at Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smith and
son, Mrs. Johnnie Smith and Nell
visited Mrs. Graham Smith at Deep
Bun Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs .Graronn Smith an
nounce she birth of a son on May
35th at Parrotts hospital. Mother
and oaoy are doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Smith and
son spent she weekend In Deep Bun
with Mr. and Mrs. Tnurman ma.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton
Smith shopped in Klnstdn Saturday-
The Smith's auxiliary met with
Mrs. Troy Smith Friday night Aft
er the meeting Mrs. Smith served
refreshments to the croup.
The annual Vacation - Bible
school was held last week at Pleas
ant Vlenj There was an average at
tendance of 89. The workers in' the
school were: Mrs. Leonard Grady
and Mrs. J. H. Byrd, Beginner De
partment; Mrs. Robert Grady and
Miss Mary Anne orady, Primary
Department, Mrs. Ed Fordnam, Jr.
Department; Rev. N. P. Farrier, Pi
oneer Department and others who
helped the teachers. The school
was closed Friday afternoon with
a picnic supper. '
The AUW will meet Saturday
afternoon June 8 at 8 o'clock with
Miss Sallle Outlaw. All members
are urged to attend the meeting.
Rev. L. G. Prater filled his reg
ular appointments' In the Klnston
and Woodington universal! ft chur
ches Sunday. t-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frank. Outlaw
spent Saturay night and Sunday
with relatives in New Bern.
Mrs. Katie Outlaw was visitor
In Raleigh and Wilson several days
The young adult class will meet
with Mr. snd Mrs. Vingil Sutton
Misses Sallle and Pauline Outlaw
are visiting Miss Essie Mae Out
law at Wadeaboro.
Miss Mattle Outlaw of Snow Hill
Duplin county, spent last week with
her neice, Mrs. Ross Sutton and
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon K. Outlaw
and children spent Sunday with Mr
and Mrs, Hubert Lewis in Golds
boro. . HDC club members attended the
county federation In Kenansville
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Prater and
Miss Sallle Outlaw received rib
bons for their flower arrangements
In the flower snow.
Mrs. J. Robert Jones snd chil
dren visited relatives in Fayette
ville several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nichols and
Dennis Nichols spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Lottie Bergen and
family enroute to Miami, Fla.Xew-
is and Miss Rachel Outlaw accom
panied them on the trip.
Little1 Miss Sara Ann Scott of
Thackermines, W. Va., visited in the
home of her aunt. Miss Fannie Oua
Work is progressing nicely on the
new church as the roof goes on this
The evening program wlU feature
an address by State Senator Rivers
D. Johnson who will be Introduced
by James F. Strickland, local busi
nessman and civic leader. All 4-H
club members and leaders are cor
dially invited to attend.
Rev. Newkirk to Celebrate
41st Church Anniversary
Rev. J. Mc. Newkirk will cele
brate his fortv "first anniversary of
the pastorate of Faison Chapel Mis
sionary Baptist church, northeast
of Warsaw, on the fourth Sunday in
June. The celebration will consist
of a whole day's program with reg
ular preaching service at 11 in the
morning. Dinner at 8. A short ohll-drens-day
program will follow in
the morning service. Rev. J. M.
Grimes and his Six Runs choir will
feature the evening service.
The Sixth annual Wildlife camp
sponsored by federal Cartridge
Corporation was held last week in
Reedy Creek State park. Pethual
Hall, Kenansville -H club mem
ber represented Duplin County.
Courses included tree identifica
tion, Insect study, hawk and owl
study, game animal study, timber
thinning, swimming snd crafts..
It was a wonderful experience,
says Pethual. All 4-H members
should aspire to attend Hie camp at
Camp Carver Ready
For June 10 Opening
Camp Carver staff completes
plans for camp opening on June 10.
Scouts and Explorers still have time
to get their reservations in for the
first and second week of camp.
Camp Carver will open 1:30 p. m.
on Sunday, June 10, announced Wil
liam Carl Taylor, Camp Director.
James Everette, Waterfront Di-
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Bud Abbott and Lou
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THURS. FBI 14-15
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Also Color Cartoon
SAT. ONLY IS
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Hoozler Ilotshots - .
SUN. MON. JUNE lv-il
WED. JUNE IS
My Forbidden Pas! Forbidden Jungle
With Ava Gardner and
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Cartoon . 4 , - - ?
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TUES. JUNE IS
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THUBS. - PEL JUNE 15-15
With Donald O'Connor and
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BAT. JUNE H ' .
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