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,t Sift deaeendsnt of ''
. Waller and Mm. Nancy WiU
Waller fathered at tit Bar
y aWiool Sunday for toe an
i Waller-Williams reunion.
e. thev Bread a fcmch. enjoy.
crogram which included a talk
a. Soeteht Stroud u lunaton
1 elected office r for the com
i : year. . ' ' .' ':
la year's president Harry S.
. ,er oTnear Trenton called the
'meeting to order and welcoming
f Vea was made , by Milton U.
iiama of Kinaton. Rev. D. E.
: .1 of near Trenton offered the de
votional followed by special mu
f c by Rev. Mr. H1U and Mrs. Bmi
lv W. Mallard accompanied by Mrs.
3;iu -,.,;. - :
li stance from Adron Dall, Stephen
A. Waller, Mra. Carrie Grady and
ansa aauierine waxier.
: ! CONTINUED FRCM FRONT
Mra. Callle CotUa gave us a few
minutes of her time in order for
us to an" a bit . .
Mrs. Addle Futreal'k little girl
had -the cutiest lltUe puppy tnat
some man in Richland bad given
her. It was a little black and white
sheppard We aaw a lot of cute pup
pies on our tour, and was 1 tnanx
ful I didn't have my children with
me. I'm afraid that at I had I would
ktwiatnirit at tMsnnv Kam with
Mrs Lena Chestnut Well of Hi.' mt, "'r" ' , ,
eeeuer Thomas has a beautiful
home in cninquaptn, ana aiso
Cave gave the background of the
family celebration, including the
origin of the reunion on Mrs Waller
:od birthday on June zu, iwsu.
Kirs. Stroud spoke on the family
unity and emphasized the Impor
tance of physical, mental, spiritual,
financial and social growth as an
Individual and a family from each
year to toe next Mary Lyn Stroud
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Stroud and Phil Shoulars of South
wood, entertained the group with
their version of "Playmates".
New officers are President Sam
. Waller of Seven Springs, Vice Pres
ident Forrest Waller of Kinaton,
Route 3, and Mrs. Pauline B. Fly
the of Mount Olive, secretary and
treasurer. Thurman Williams of
Kinston .Route 3 and Mrs. Jack
.Hooten of near Grifton will step,
down as vice president and secre
tary and treasurer, respectively. I
Chairman of the program com
mittee this year was Forest Wal
ler assisted by Miss Beulah Stroud
of KinSton and Mrs. Wells. Clayton
! Summerlin was bead of toe host
and hostess committee with the ss-
ln Cbinouapin, and also a
very pretty wife and daughter. I
talked with Mrs. Tbomaa and she
gave me some information I need
ed on my tour. -
Richard Futreal was bopping a
round because he stuck a nail in
his foot Thursday.
We stopped at the coolest look
t home I've ever seen. . It hd
big shade trees all around. The
people that lived there were driv
ing off just as we got there so I
didn't get to find, out their names.
They had a pipe connected with a
natural spring. The water was con
tinually flowing from the pipe and
did it look cool and refreshing. We
wanted a drink very much but didnt
dare get it because the people were
The highway from Hallsville to
the Beulaville, Kenansville high
way was really torn up. I don't
know whether it iwas caused by the
heat or what, but It had big holes
In it. .,
We got back to the office rather
Dead or Disabled Stock Removed
Absolutely; Free Of Charge
Mules, Cows and Hogs
Phone Collect, Goldsboro 1532 or 2330
I C. CONSOLIDATED HIDE Co., Inc.
60LDSB0R0, tl. C.
Your Best- Market For Hides, Skins and
Raw Bones." - " ;
Look For Our Sign On New No. 117 Truck
Lane. .. fT , . . '
Mr. Tobacco Farmei
Once again we are approaching another cur--ing
season. As a' friendly reminder we. wish to ad-'
vise that you inspect and repair all tank' supports ,
to -prevent tanks falling, since "we cannot be re-,
sponsible for losses due to inadequate supports.
.r'--,?'''';fli'''','Viv?."-' :;vT;'..'.":r: ..v v .v t; ,-.".';!.'
' Also, in order to give you the same service
that we have tried to give in the past, we expect
to begin delivering at once. Oil curing has in
creased constantly over the years and we will ex- )
ert every effort to keep pace and render good serv
ice that you, our customers, have the right to ex
pect Too, because of the large capital required
and other circumstances, we will sell on' cash ba
sis, as in the past...-. t- f , '
' We wish for each and every one' of you the
best and most prosperous season ever.
MACK OIL CO.
Warsaw, N. C
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(f i I ' " - THE REEL HANDLES
WrtftZlL i. MOVLO BE VP DURING THE
' V7 7fiSr THE THUMB SHOULD
THE BOOT SHOULD BE KlflXED-
THE CASTING AMI CLQ5
SIGHT tHS PLUS
ON THE TARGET AND HE CP H
eVS ON THE TARGET 9URIN6 THE
ENTIRE CAST .
THE MOMENTUM CAWflES THE PlUlf
BACK AND COCKS THE ROO-AMMOCR ,'
THE WHIST AMD THE AQO DO MOS&QF
THE WORK t.
Tte ROD isTirtr THS
BOW IN ARCHERY- IT
IS COCKED BY RAIS
ING THE TIRUPWAfD
IN A QUICK SMOOTH
fKAWENT . .
riavv. . . r
AND BY STOP"' ' ' ; FROM M.-'r ON THE THUMB PLfrS
t PING IT ABRUPT! Y WHEN IT SffiEffifJIfJ
lREACH5THeYpCAt.S WTWftW THE POWER IN THE AOO
THFXOCKED POSITIONS AND '
RELEASE POINTS ARE SHOWN
fOR THREE CASTS THE PLUG f
IS released ar cirriHV IHt
' ) PRACTICE-PRACTICE-PRACrC
'. 1 iu rur vaon Aun evFRV time
THUMB FROM THE REEL
; IN THE YARD AND EVERY TIMt
' YOU GO FISHINO - SHOOT FOR
A MARK EVERY CAST-, - ?; i,v
. FISHINO IS FUNff
"n: i tjvtU.r-i i:.; ir'i'' 1 ' ''' ' '
TOUCH THE SPOOL LIGHTLY
WITH THE THUMB WHILE THE
WHEN PROPERLY DONE
THE BACKCAST IS FASTEP
i THAN THE FORWARD "
MOTION ; .
i 1 'i.Ir. and . . I- i
Air. and Mrs. Louis O. Parker of
Mt. Olive sent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Parker,
Sunday school will be at ten o'
clock Sunday. Fourth Sunday ser
vice will be held at eleven o'clock.
Minister L. C. Prater, Mrs. Leroy
Simmons, school spertntendent. All
are invited to attend both services.
CTatvin Korn. t! Cw.Jh
ws In Kernaviie en r tue wei
end to attend the Kornegy :
unio.t here. He and bis son Lof
attended the Methodist chui
here Sunday. Mr. Korneay says
tborou?My enjoys visiting In I
nansviile and Duplin. His son H
ace K. Kornegay has recently be
named assistant solicitor for Oi
ford Superior Court. .:,:-',-',:
the Lost Colony will present
SOOUt performance during the 11
season beginning June 30 and o
timilng through September 2
DeoTTIiid for all-kinds of pei
sides Is expected to reach a n
b'-H fi yw. ' " .
CLASSITC23 EATE3: .
Two eenta per word, mlnbaum
ckarge of 50c Unless yon have
an account with as please send ',
moner stamps, money order, .
or check with ads. Farmers:
Use the Times Classified Ads;
If yon have anything to tell
: or exchange, or want to buy.
we will accept produce for .
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELT ,
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE, m
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM j
YOUR POSTOFFICE. ' 1
HEATER WELL CO JSC , t '
RALEIGH. N. C.
FLOWERS FOR sale. Gladlolis,
Colors: red, pink, 'and white. See
J. K. Bryan. Rt. 1. Kenansville. . ;
6-27-8t P D " . - ''t!;;
The Readers Digest 8 months
for $1.00. See Mrs. Floyd Heath,
Pink H11L N. C. Telephone 217-2.
CERTIFIED Sweet potato pJai
from the highest stnade seed sti
in the state. D. C- Boone. Pink 11
N. C. Front of High school. ,
6-18-Stc -.r -
(FOR RENT Filling station a
garage combined located on U.
Highway 117 in the town of Mj
noiia, N.C. J. H. Gaylor, Phone 35
PO Box 942, Jacksonville, N, C-6-ai-3t-
...Kill Athletes Foot
- T--L Best SeUer" .
Says Kenansville Drug Store
HERE'S THE REASON. The gei
grows deeply. You must reach
to kill It. T-4X containing 90 P
cent alcohol, PENETRATES. R
nhi more germs.' Your 40c ba
from any druggist if ot pleased
ONE HOUR. u ,4 .
6-28-4t C-';v ) ' '?
titk to Exoansion we need tv
more men to call on farmers. E
perience not necessary.' Home t
ery nignt. Keierences huui
Write Mr. McVey. Candler Bid
Baltimore 2, Md. , ..v,-
6-22-2t Pd .-vii.,j;'.Vji-;':-,
early, so Kenneth Raoon took us
on home and headed old Betsy for
Wilmington. :;, .; . , .,
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
ther directions he said "go In front
of mama's house, crawl under the
baihed wire lence, take the path
and go straight down the hill to the
first pine tree on the right. Oliver
Home remained as still as a mouse
and took in the directions carefully
When Bennle left Oliver called Ni
cholson and Perrl Smith and they
proceeded to his mother's home,
following Eddie's directions they
found 8 gallons rf m""J" 7J
die la .still in jail trader another
indictment. Bennie was not
ea beamse the officers best him to
the cache and he did not show up
Tuscarora Scouts To Tour 13 States And
Mexico, Reservations Write Goldsboro
" CONTINUED FROM FRONT
derson, James Dean Sholar, Delmo
Sandlin, Jessie Batta, BiUy Bostic
and McNeil Raynor.
Among the out of town relatWes
and friends attending the funeral
were Harry Miller and Mrs. Hosea
Hunter of Georgia, Mr. and Mrs
Ludie Brown, Mrs. Loney Brown,
Mrs. Delia Brown and William Earl
Sanderson of Chinquapin, Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Bostic and Mr. and Mrs.
Dunwood Bostic of Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. J B. Stroud and family,
Mr. and Mrs. WiUie-Brinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Vestal and Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Saroud of Kenansville.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bostic and fa
mily of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs
Redden Butler and family of Fay
etteville, Mr. and Mrs. David Ram
sey, Settle Moore and Louise San
derson of Rfchlands, Mrs. R. rt.
Brickly of Washington, D. C, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Summer of Jack
sonville, Mr. and Mrs Vivan Rog
era of Rose Hill. Mr. and Mra.
George Bostic, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Bostic and Mr. E. F. Bostic of War
saw, Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Brlnson,
Kenansville, Mr. W H. Casteen of
Salemburg and Rose Hill, Miss Pat
Williford, Jacksonville, Mrs. Alice
Baits of Wallace and Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Southerland of Rose HilL
' A number of ' Explorer ' scouts
from Tuscarora Council will par
ticipate this year In an expedition
to the famous Phlbnont scout ranch
located at Cimarron, New Mexico.
This expedition will leave the
Council area on August 9 for a 20
day tour, which will include such
highlights as the Cherokee Histori
cal Pageant, "UntoTheae Hills";
a one day visit to Mexico, lunch 750
feet below the earth's surface at
Carlsbad Caverns, a seven day hor
seback cavalcade through the ma
jestic mountain ranch at Philmont,
a visit to Lookout mountain In Ten
nessee, a visit to a steel mill in
Birmingham, a trip through the
Texas oil fields and a visit to four
The scouts from Tuscarora will
combine with those from East Caro
Una Council at Wilson and the
Cape Fear Council at Wilmington,
and will travel in a chartered bus.
The trip will take the group thro
ugh 13 states and Mexico. Scout
trained adult leadership will be
with the group throughout the
trk. The total 20 day. trip " will
cost $130., exclusive .'of iooden-f
route. Reservations- are now toe
ing accepted at Tuscarora Council
Office. Box 43a, Goldsboro, N. CS,
Music Club Presents Miss Alderman
V.'.V;. -. , The. Rose Hill Music Club v;:; !''V4 nf:'
1 Miss Mary lin Alderman . -: - ' ...
:v'r M Mt Ziod Presbyterian Church a ' '
' ' ' :-r:;iRose' HIU, N. C ..' "j,. . ',,,':'it.;'" Z'-'l
Sunday June 24th at 4 p. hu;,;''h ''
The Lost Colony, first of the mvn
phenic dramas, presented at Man
teo, N. C- for Its 11th season dur
ing the summer of 1051 is based on
America's greatest history mys
tery. . .
(Miss Alderman Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Alderman of
Rose Hill She received her mush
cal training under Edwin Hughes
of Columbia University; Mark Hoff
man of Greensboro College William
Neuman of the University of North
Carolina and has been a student of
Claude Cook of Wake Forest Col
lege for the past three yean- Dun
lng tha; time she taught piano in
Wakelon school in Zebulon
The public is cordially Invited,
BPW Club Installs
Officers Hew Year :
The BPW of Duplin County held
its regutar monthly dinner meeting
and yearly installation service on
Monday evening in the private din
ing room of the B&W Restaurant
in Warsaw. Mrs. Willie S. Johnson
of Clinton, past president of the
Clinton club and organizer of the
Duplin club, was Installing officer.
Mrs. J P. Harmon presided over the
After a short talk Mrs. Johnson
presented each new officer with a
tnnwe of yellow daises tied with
-;' 0::t I m Up To Dsfe Gas An3 Elect ritel fcl-ics
' Vc Are l!3v;hPc!!iioa
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7e H I .
i 1Vj Cylinders tip.' -ri
-,i 1 Cafes.,
4 ' i-vt .Y
Come Li Ar.Ji AL-t Or C&Jli Aci Carry rian
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green flfcibon, ' emblematic of the
BPW .colors. As - each ; officer was
Installed, Mrs. Johnson said fitting
remarks, complimentary to each
one. New. officers Installed were:
Mrs. - Avon -6harpe, president;
Mrs. Grace Vann. 1st vko-e-oresl-
dent; Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr.,
2nd vice-president; Mrs. Bill Llen-
oacn, - recording secretary; i M
Glenn Rollins, corresponding s
retary; Mrs. Henry RWenbark, tre
asurer; Miss Annie Margaret
Sykes, Kenansville, assistant treas
A gravy boat in Mrs. Harmon's
china was presented to her in ap
preciation of the splendid work she
nas Qone as president of the club.
The club voted to contribute
$5.00 to the Duplin County Health
Office to be given to the Crippled
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Hostess IID Club
Mrs. Katie Outlaw and , Mrs
Alonro Outlaw were hostess to the
Home Demonstration 'club at their
home Monday afternoon.
The ckub was called to order at
three o'clock by the president, Mrs
untie verger. The United Nations
Hymn and club collections were
used as the opening numbers. A
short period of business was fol
lowed by the afternoon demonstra
tion, Salads A Spring and Summer
Tonic, was given by Mrs. Katie Out
law and Aiiss Pauline Outlaw in
the absence- of the Home Agent,
Miss AJta Lawson. Leaders pro
gram was Home (Jar,: ; Citizen
ship and Home IfigUu aiion. A
special feature of t e wi!Tm ws
a dress revue J re -1 t.y t e "clo
thing leaa. r, I .. i nmc Outlaw,
f irs. Ehno.l ' ...ii i.n I t priie,
Krs. Linia i m Ltd trh -mi
f.rs. i nj O.- v i t .
Mrs. Kernus Creel J-1 1 -rtg of
the recreation snj s " "al hour. Re
reslun"ni were e 1 and the
club adjourned v . .., y.
Mrs. Luther Outlaw.'
Mr. and Mrs. M .W Sutton aocom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sut
ton and children of Rones Cha
pel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
j. c Horton at eouion. -
Mr.' and Mrs. Leroy Simmons and
W. G. spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mortin in
Franklinton ... . ,,. ;
Mr; and Mrs. Gordon K. Outlaw
vUited Mr. and . Mrs. Albert Sut
ton nesr La Grange Sunday. - -
J. H. Parker attended funeral
services for Giles B. Smith held at
Smith Chapel Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackledge Harper
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper and
children of Woodington and Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Measley . of La
Grange wore among visitors with
Miss Fannie Outlaw Sunday after
noon, vr w ... n , , 2
-Gerald Simmons returned Satur
day from the FFA Camp at White
A. G. Allen of Goldsboro spent
last week with Michael Outlajw. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Remus Creel and
boys. Remus, Jr. and Clayton Max
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
U. . wauuns In Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Simmons
visited Mr. and Mrs. David Brock
at Bear Marsh Sunday fternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Orton of La
Grange were Sunday visitors with
Mr. and tMrs.M. L. Outlaw.
: Miss Myra Moxwell of Wilson
visited her sister,. Mrs. Ben Frank
uuuaw sunaay." - -
(Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Simmons
of GoldsDoro, former residents,
YOU ARE UIVITED
OUR HEW STORE
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r We have moved back Into our old location t
after 'extensive remodeling ana redecorating.'
. New mercliandise is ; arriving' daily. We
want you to see, our new store and inspect our '
new goods Come any time.
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In Mt Olive;
yllandiest thing you can imagine fa tbio
new uosley t .lelvadotv rreezer wiuj
sioras rack in the Hi that practicaUy
double "top-ijvel" ; oo foe packageal
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