. Kirs. W. F.
l!:n For March 01 Dimes Brings In
:3; Drive Continued In Community
airman James Miller reports a
successful March of Dimes
on held Wednesday night, Jan.
b Demorest, Model Theatre,
'rated In giving the time sed
.he second chow for the auc
ln the theatre." Merchandise
rlbuted and sold tallied $250.
ton .Netheroutt was the au-
wlaville Presbyterian $12.00
aville Baptist 41082
ee W1U Holllness 814.90
thany Chapel f.10 00
uses Fire :
. fire believed to have started
a faulty wiring, burned a chick
louse and 100 young chickens, a
h house, washing machine, and
irge supply of wood. The blaze
i discovered about 1:30 and
ned in a short while.
!r. - Mrs. Thomas
iferlain Al V.F.W.
itr. and Mrs. J. O. Thomas of
ulavllle entertained on Saturday
ning at the V.F.W. Post Home,
loring Mrs. .: Thomas on her
thday. Cocktails were served
1 the guests were received at a
utlful appointed table covered
a an exquisite blue Irish linen
h.'A mixed bouquet of gladioli
1 rosea was attractively arrang
at one end of the table. Crystal
s. The Valentine nvotltf was car
et out In the napkins and table
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' .We Appreciate' Your' Business During Thrpast Years 'Aiii
Hope You Will Continue To LeitJs Serve You Al
.WJiere You Will Find The
SAME GOOD SERVICE SAME
SAME iliOllEST POSSIBLE MARKET PRICES
, it , NOTHING, NEW BUT THE LOCATION - )
. J'llkL. Phone Us For.Free Pick - Up Service . 1 ' ;
Williams, Owner 1
"Bud" Miller, News, Adv. Representative
" Cabin Baptist $5.35
-i Advent Christian at Potters Hill
$10.00 , -
Hallsvllle Presbyterian $18.76
HalUvUle Baptist $10.00
Cabin Free Will Baptist $10.52
Maaonle Lodge $11.22 . ,r, .
Potters Hill School $38.29
. Beulavllle school and other or
ganizations hate not completed
their drive and there will be an
additional report. . ,
Messrs. Cecil Miller and Coy
Hall assisted Chairman Miller in
the drive. 1 iS'-i-iifiM:,'.-
A delicious old-fashioned South
ern dinner, consisting of . fried
htcken, mashed potatoes and gra
vy, home frozen lima oeans, corn,
fresh garden salad, celery, olives,
hot rolls and butter, homemade
pound cake, strawberries with
whipped cream, pecan pie, and as
sorted cookies and coffee were serv
ed, v -
Those enjoying the delightful
dinner with the Thomases were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kegel and
M-Sgt. and Mrs Frank Hodge of the
New River Apts.; Mr. and Mrs. A J.
Claus and Mrs. Claus' brother, Bob;
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stanley, W. O.
and Mrs. J. L. Osborne, of Midway
Park; M-Sgt. and Mrs. H. G. Rogers,
and M-Sgt. and Mrs. Hiram Rasnick
Enlists Air Force
Gurman C. Raynor, age 24, of
Beulaville enlisted in the army
on January 17th for a four year
period according to Recruiting Of
ficer Ottoway. Raynor has already
seen one year and nine months of
army life. He volunteered for a
NT. OLwE HOG JIT,.
Our Hew Home ....
l"Je Cpon For
REMEMBER . . . ; BEGINNING NEXT
Bill Lof tin
For Butcher Hogs At The
NEW HOME OF THE
SOUTH CENTER STREET
ENTERPRISE MILL SITE
career in the US Air Force to
learn a tradeso when he retired
at a young age be may have a good
Income and still be able to work if
Mrs. Hunter Feted
At Stork Shover
' Mrs. Paul Hunter of Warsaw was
feted Saturday night with a stork
bower when Mrs. John G. Ken
nedy. Mrs. Clifton Qulnn and Mrs.
Bud Miller entertained In the Ken
nedy Home. Upon arrival Mrs.
Hunter was presented a corsage
of nursery favors.
The living and dining room en
x uc uvu mua luiuuic iwu Cll- t
rinM in r.n.r , a '
the table was centered with pastel
gums ana tern. .;
' Chicken salad on lettuce, crack
ers, cookies and soft drinks were
served to the S guests.
Among the out of town guests
attending were Mesdames Bob Mur -
ray. Graham Pope and Miss Alia;
weus oi wauace, juts, nenry tuv
enbark, Mrs. Nelson Carlton, Mrs.
Kenneth Rivenbark of Warsaw, and
Mrs. Milton Brown of Snow Hill.
; Mrs. Hunter received a vast as
sortment of lovely and useful gifts.
P.T.A. Will Meet
The Beulaville P.T.A. will meet
Monday night, Feb. II for a regu
lar meeting. ' Teachers and pa
rents are urged to attend.
Lodge 258 Met
Tues. Feb. 5th
Beulaville Masonic Lodge 258 met
Tuesday night, Feb. 5th for a reg-
t - f 5 i ' ( lr
Oiir New Locationyi ;
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' This is a sample of Dixie 82 yel
low, norn. one of five new hybrid
. . - ., . '
available for use on North Caro-
to 191 KJS ve7 W?-
yielding, has good roots and is ad'
apted to the Coastal Plain and
Piedmont regions. According to
Dr. E. R. Collins,, agronomist for
state CoUege Extension Ser-
i8' - - uer new nyonos are
A bar-be-que supper was served
to approximately 30 members. An
offering was token for the March
of Dimes drive and a short busi
ness meeting was held, roy Jones,
Jr., Is the Master ,
Mrs. Clifton Qulnn and daughter,
Jo Anne of Chapel Hill visited Mr.
and Mrs. John G. Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Qulnn last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Hill spent
last week in Burgaw with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas of
Wilson visited with Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Jackson Wednesday.
Little Frank Morris spent last
week in Greenville with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. White
burst. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thigpen visit
ed relatives In Farmvllle last week
Attending the State-Villanova
baketball game in Raleigh Satur
day night were Messrs. Carl Cos
ton, Archie Hall of Jacksonville,
Sam Royster and Joe Everett of
Midway Park, Elwood Kennedy,
Bud Miller, 'Eugene Exum, P. C.
Shaw and Dr. F. L. Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thigpen visi
ted relatives in Turkey Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Wilkins has returned
to Baltimore, Md. following a visit
with Mrs. Sudle Brown.
Friends of Norman Williams re
gret to know he i a patient in
McGulres hospital in Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Williams is visiting her mother
Mrs. Llla K. Lanier.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cottle and
family, Joyce and Ken, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Edwards and daughter
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. O. . C. Fussell in Bur-
1 to"1- r1 'V"i?V; ''
FAISON 60, KENANS V1LLE it
. .-Girls Game
Kenansvllle .......... 4 6 2 5 il7
Faison 15 15 15 15 60
Winners' high scorers: Ann Bow
den 21, Lorraine Sutton 17. Defen
sive leaders: ' Belle Lee, Taylor,
: Losers' high scorer Hannah
Qulnn 6. Defensive leaders: Sarah
Brown, Nancy Alphin.
BEULAVILLE 68 MAGNOLIA 30
Magnolia ... 7 4 13 630
Beulaville ..... . .....,,17 18 21 1168
' Winners' high scorers: McDo
well 18, M. Thigpen 13, Dobson 13.
Defensive leaders: Clark, McDo
well. " :
'Losers' hieh scorers: Austin
Baker li, Wlnton SoutherUnd
Defensive leadera: (Bizzell Wilson,
Joe Wilson. '-'.-.Jix.,
BEULAVILLE 40, MAGNOLIA 28
'V'.v-'--t. Girts. Game yj:
Beulavllle ...1.11 12 i t 1040
Magnolia ..... 2 . 7 9 1028
Winners' high scorers: Miller 24,
Edwards 6. Defensive leadens:
Whaley Boggs. ,
' 'Losers' high scareTs: - Rosa
Batchelor 13, Irene Baker 11. De
fensive leaders: Hilda Brown.
CHINQUAPIN 68, WARSAW 26
Glrte Game n -'x-Warsaw
-......... 6 7 4 926
Chinquapin ....,,53 13 46668
Winners' high scorers: Janet
Jones 31, Sharon Lanier 26, Lena
Futteal 11. Defensive leaders:
Christine Sholar Norris. . i
'Losers' hieh scorer: Gore 21.
defensive leader: -'West. , .-
WARSAW 88. CHINQUAPIN 34.
"-y .r,;1, Boys Game 'v- ?;: ,f.-y:
Warsaw r.:L;..v... 11 19 22 6 68
Chinquapin tmLM 10 6 ,554 1
nWMaenMsk'f:tKmriy 18 ;
Huston 14, Bostlc, 14. Defensive
leaders: Grice, Carlton. ; , ; j
Losers', high scorers: Sholar 10, '
Jimmy Halso 8, Conrad Sloan 6. '
ueiensive leaders: Cottle, FutreaL
' FAISON 38 WARSAW '38 ''
W;. - Boys Oame ; W,
Warsaw L. a-.s.ll 2 12-Jt3
Falson i..........,...; v 7 f 4 13 1438
Winners1 high scorers: ; Donald
Matthews 17 Buster Precythe 8.
Defensive leaders: ri"5urtls ates.
Tommy Falson.; -,
Losers' high scorers: J. T. Grady
10, Gerald Jones 6, Van. Bostic 6.
Defensive leaders:- Max Grice, Bel
ton Houston. i j ,
BEULAVILLE 37. 1
.'-JACKSONVILLE 36. '-y.i-Ai.
MRS. M. . M. THIGPEN
N. C. 24 yellow .adapted to the
upper mountain region only; N; C.
36 yellow, adapted to the mountains
and as early com in other parts of
the State; N. C. 28 white, suited
to sections of the Coastal Plain and
Piedmont; and N. C. 31 white, ad
apted to same regions as N. C. 29
except the lower or southern Coast
(Jacksonville 9 15 5
.Beulaville 7 11 13
- Winners high scorers: Murphy
Thigpen 13 Richard McDowell 10.
Defensive leader: Jerry Thigpen.
Losers' hig h scorer: Turner Id.
'Defensive leader: Warren.
Field goal in last 30 seconds by
Murphy Thigpen won game.
FAISON 62, WARSAW 35
Warsaw 10 12 3 835
Falson 12 18 16 1662
'Winners' high scorers: Lorraine
Sutton 28, Ann Bowden 19. Defen
sive leaders': Drue Lewis, Verna
Losers hgih scorers: Angeline
Gore 24, Molly Hipp 9. Defensive
leaders: Dot Byrd, Betty Blan
chard. BEULAVILLE 45, JACKSON
Jacksonville 8 6 3 421
Beulaville 10 9 9 1843
Winners' high scorer: Theresa
Miller 19 Minnie Sandlin 10. De
fensive leader: Kate Boggs.
Losers' high scorer: Mary Bush
10. Defensive leader: Kay Smith.
BEULAVILLE 29. FAISON 27.
Beulaville 15 3 9 Jo
Falson 10 8 7 227
Winners' high scorers: Murpuy
Thigpen 11, Richard McDowell 6.
Defensive leader: Thigpen.
Losers' high scorers: Buster
Precythe, 9, Tommy Tottle. De
fensive leaders: Donald Matthews,
'Faison's record: 9-4.
BEULAVILLE 38, FAISON 36
Beulavllle 11 7 14 1638
Faison 4 6 12 1436
Winners' high scorers: Betty
Qulnn 13, Theresa Miller 11. Defen
sive leaders: Kate Boggs, Elsie
Losers' high scorers: Loraine
Satton 20, Anne Bowden 9. Defen
sive leaders: Belle Lee, Verna Tay
lor. 'Faison record: 8-5.
MAGNOLIA 41, CAMP
Camp Lejeune .... 13 6 8 532
Magnolia 14 10 7 1041
V Winners' hleh scorers: Rosa Bat
chelor 22, Irene Baker 8, Susan
Brown 8. Defensive leaders: Eve
lyn Parker, Hilda Brown.
Losers' high scorers: Johnson 12,
Propst 10. Defensive leaders: Gray,
CAMP LEJEUNE 59,
i. Boys Game
Camp Lejeune .....16 14 18 1159
wagnoua ...... n 13 ig 1142
t. Winners high scorers: Hoge 21,
WHITE'S STORES I
W. P. MARTIN STORE
UTILITY HARDWARE CO,
REATII JONES CASH STORE
MACV SMART SHOP! -
?if PROGRESSIVE SUPER MARKET
" r.C3E'S 5-13-23 &
CLASSIFIED RATES: : ,
Two cents per word, salnlmnm
charge of SOe. Unless yoo have
as account with us please send
' money, stamps, money order.,
or cheek with ads. Farmem :
. Use the Times Classified Ads:
If yen have anything to aell ,
or enhance, or want to buy.
we ' will accept produce for
Federal Land Bank
(Mr. 'Carr foes to P. C. A. Office
m KenansvUle at 11 a. m. every
BABY CHICKS now available
Hampshire Reds Crosses
Parmenter Reds, and others. Get
yours early. Mt. Olive Hatchery.
WANTED experienced book -keeper.
Permanent position. A.
BROOKS DEPT. STORE, War
saw, N. C.
WANTED To buy farm with or
without tobacco allotment. Give
dull information including price
in first letter. Write to BOX 307
Wallace N. C.
LET US RECAP YOUR TIRES
Full circle full cap
Fully Guaranteed Work
U S. Tire Distributors
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
Mt. OUve Hwy. Phone 3636
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE.
GIVING 'US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL CO., INC.
RALEIGH, N. C.
G. T. McARTHUR
Rt. 2. Griffon. N. C.
Your Best Tractor Buy
1950 Farmall Cub & Eqpt.
1949 Farmall Cub & Eqpt.
1938 Farmall F-12 Complete
1937 Farmall F-20 Complete
1950 Ford Tractor Complete
1949 Ford Tractor Complete
1947 Ford Tractor Complete
1946 Ford Tractor Complete
1949 Oliver 60 & Eqpt.
1949 Oliver Cleatrac Tractor
1949 Leader St Eqpt.
1937 John Deere B on steel
1942 Ford Coach
1SW9 Pontiac Sedan
Plows Disc Harrows Equipment
Your Ford Tractor Dealer
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
Mt OUve Hgwy., Phone 3000
Uiover 15. Defensive leaders: Ham-
Losers high scorers: Austin
Baker 30. Winton Southerland 6.
rw.ngJva i,Ui1r- Atln Baker.
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CONTINUING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Shop In Mf. Olive
FORD, Tor thit bent- dsil
on ,a new ford car or truck see
W. L. Cavenaugh at KenansvMe
Also many good used can and
trucks. Telephone W. A Cavenaugh
at Kenansvllle 2J33. h.
FOR HIGHER PRICES for your
pulp wood,' small or larze tracts.
ee ,john d. bradshaw, War
saw. N. C., hone 598: oomoany
agent" Camp Manufacturing Com
pany., Selected cutting and State
Forester service furnished.
2-7-4tpd.' i'.s-.i.i.y ';-...,
Notice All parties desiring fruit
trees and .pecan trees see me at
once . I am making an order
. . W. E. Belanga
. KenansvMe, N. C.
Wormy Layers? Give them Dr.
Salsbury'a Wormal. New flock
wormer expels tapeworms, large
roundworms, and cecal worms.
Worm with Wormal now! From
L. J. Simmons Hardware in Mt.
CECIL A. MILLER
Beulaville, N. C.
Brown & Miller Co.
WEAR THE FEELING OF SECURITY
BY BANKING WITH US. A SAVINGS
ACCOUNT FOR YOUR FUTURE. A
CHECKING ACCOUNT FOR EASY
'Make Our Bank Your Bank"
At 12 Noon
ETHEL'S SHOP ,
JORDAN'S JEWELRY STORE
' HOME FURNITURE CO.
! MT. OLIVE HATCHERY
J PATTERSON BROS. FURNITURE '
.;: . D. T. McPHAIL & SONS 1 ,
-Vinw r. vta v MSt ' fcTTT.f V""1'
? " LOWE'S FIRESTONE STORE
By Jeep At Ccmp
W. F. "Bud", MiUer of Beula
ville, . member of the Board of
Trustees of the Duplin Hospital,
miraculously escaped with his life
Monday afternoon at Camp Lejeune
when he was struck by a Jeep,
Mr. Miller, who works at the base,
was walking when the Jeep bit -and
knocked him several feet into
the air. : He suffered an Injured
back and a severe gash. behind an
ear that required five stitches.
Miller is at his home In Beula
ville doing very well, Mrs.' Miller
Thirty Orange County farmers
who grew the Arlington oat variety
last season averaged 88 tushels .
per aero. The average oat yield
for the entire county was only
32 bushels per acre.
One of the most popular projects
for 4H Club boys in Pitt County is
tractor maintenance reports C. J.
Goodman, assistant county agent.
The pecan is the only nut pro
duced commercially In North Caro