Vol. 19 No. 12
2coiGrn Carolina Leoliing Forenard
ToDi:m:ncn'S tealoa Festival
TOHjKJNGTON, N. C-. M; "J
-JThe Fifth Annual Azalea Festival
VywiU greet Sprig's sudden parade
fot color across tHe Carolina low
J r:..l ih wiuninirtim. . where
more than a mllllo nazaleas "come
before the rwaiiow ure,
March 27-30. , , ,
First and most , breathtaking oi
all the Festival's attractions are
the sialeas themselves, vibrant
crimson, magnets, -purple, pink,
lavender and white masses of glow-
ing uorai spienuui ... .
gardens of Greenfield Lake, AJr-
lie Gardens, Orton Plantation and
throughout the area. more uiou
100 000 persons came to see them
last year when the Festival climax-
kd the season.'"- -,, )??:
? rtrponfield. Alrlle and Orton are
the chief show places for the Fes
tival, with their moss - draped cy
presses and liveoaks, camellias,
roses, wistaria and dogwood, be
sides the ever - present masses of
blooming azalea. V '.'v, Y
Among the attractions at u
are its mansion, a stately example
of ante-bellum architecture stand
ing white among, its formal gard
ens. Alrlle Gardens, designed by
a gardener of the late German Kai-
scenic drive that goes over old
i bridges and under stately live
i oaks as it winds among the formal
jinri natural eardens.
- Present -to enjoy and augment
' tne xesuvars attractions wm o
host of national ceienruies in
sports, radio,, screen, music and
outer news. .. ;
North Carolina's Governor W.
ft) Kerr Scott will be here. So will
memoera ox tne aiais oo w
Conservation and Development, the
the State Highway Commission and
S t the Esstern North Carolina Press
association. These three Organi
sations will hold their Spring
. nuiHn In . Wilmlfvfftnn in min-
cide wiui the Festival. , v ' v.
Beauty . will be represented in
' thto yeWoe-oelected person of
. Queen Azalea V, a young motion
v tJlcture actress: Miss Lu Long og-
burn, current Miss North Carolina
and third rpltn miumr at Atlan
i tic City last year; a. ourt of at
T Iut Id Mv Oueena from th
i state's major colleges and untversl-
tiest a Wilmington Teen - Age ran-
- cess and her attendant trom ai-
most a score of Eastern North Car-
olina counties. ,
SportsT I it 'iX
Therell bo the annual $10,000
PGA Azalea Open Golf tourna
ment on the noted cape rear
country club course, a major link
In golfddm's golden circuit . Ex
acted to bo arrowing them at the
Capo Fear course are Lloyd Man-
frum, uue defender, Henry
Fansom, who won in 1049, Dutch
Harrison who won in 1950,. Jim Fer-
ner. ta rurgoi. Jim Turnesa and
their noted rivals In the fast pro-
. More sports? -.vr-".. -"- A-,' v- i- ::.
WelL you'll hve Otto Graham,
one of the greatest college and
orofessienal football xtlavers ever
nJ to don shoulder-pads. And you'll
have that legendary hero of the
South's v gridiron wars,' Charlie
"Choo-Choo" Justice. Both Otto
' and Choo-Choo are playing return
' engagements at the Festival.
Music? , : V'tW-fc
You'll get the native music of
tne hins and pine forests in the
folk music festival slated- at the
,lglon Stadium In Wilmington.
Arthur Smith, CBS "King of, the
; HiU Billies", will head up the pro-
Radio? '- 5 t v;,
You'll have Harry Wlsimer, top
sports commentator, to fill in the
" nation on what's going on in Wll
. mington; Ted Malone, beloved rov-
ing reporter" and story teller; a
queen from Mutual's Queen for a
' Day", Hollywood program; the cast
of the Mutual program !Take a
,- Number" and Mutual's r youthful
cowboy Bobby Benson, .fc J !
Radio programs from the Fes
, tival will radiate from the Festival
' w., to all quarters of the countrv Firct
lbe 0,6 'broadcast of thel
, xaKe a Number" show. Then
Ted Malone will broadcast from
City Hall, and Harry wismer will
report on the golf tournament. '
0 , CONTINUED ON BACK
n St ud Manager -
C. ital Cooperative Breeders
Association announced today that
the b: 1-tean Breeders Service
i ul it nvllle has obtained Dr.
F. I ' i ; 't as Stud I'mr-ir.
J -t, Dr. Lllj.ft '-
' 9 V 'ITi t .
1 ft 1 ! I
Tbrsday Through Sunday
I ItV JUIJ lVtfll
And Four To Go
Norman Bryant , and his sister,
Beatrice, colored, were caught with
fdur Jars of whiskey in Rose Hill
Township for purpose of sale over
the weekend. Also five other jars
found. Deputies O. A. uorne ana
w 0 Houston made the arrest.
, They were ootn piacea in jau. .
And Then Snow
And Spring Today
Spring weather one day, snow
the next and finally comes spring!
That is exactly what we have been
having. On-last Friday people
were walking on the streets in their
short sleeves, but Saturday morn
ing it was cold and soon large
snow flakes were, falling, xney
fell until mid-afternoon. Every
one was excited even though it
only stuck in a few places, and
melted within a short time,
Some damage was done to early
iblooming peach trees, one farm
er' estimated. The cold weather
Was not considered of long enough
duration to hurt the fruit, by, gen
eral opinion. . ,
And today, ' March 20th, Just
five days after the snow Spring
makes its official debut. Young
sters are - springing around in
short sleeves: onC the school
grounds yon see then' squatting
around' in circles snooting manbles,
and no doubt you . look . in. the
woods behind the school house at
recess time you wUl see the boys
limine) off tholr ihnaa T ...x i-s.
Rale. March 13 " Carolina
Power A Light Company has de
clared dividends-of fl.25 per share
on preferred stock and 60 cents
per share oa common stock, it was.
announced today y cuj. Curry,
secretary of we company. Re
ferred dividends are payable Ap
ril I, to stockholders - of' record
March 18: common stock dividends
are" payable May 1 to stockholders
of record April 1Q.
The Health Department of Du.
plin County wishes to advise, the
Public of the dangers of. Rabies
and request the cooperation of all
pitizpna . .
Rabies la a serious disease among
human, -cattle, dogs and cats etc.
A virus is its cause. Dogs and cats
and foxes commonly spread ' this
disease by biting other animals. It
is very serious when once develop
ed. There ds no known cure. Pre
vention is our hope. Vaccination
and control of dogs -are our best
means of human control of this
-iDlv iPhnHnjl nf Wnllnc W f Ic
the County. Rabies Controller, ,H
will Jiold vaccination clinics over
tno county In the near future.
rosters giving the place and date
wm ue uispiayea in puouc places,
N j , By John F. Powers, MJO,
t $ i 4 "i" ' ' ' .
.Twenty-five to thirty' per': cent
ui me BQuus m the U. S. are over
weight" .. . . .;.T '''."rtiMM.i
For Local Breeders
Breeders '' Service stud at Ashe-
ville. This tABS stud furnishes
Semen to the' local association.
Dr. Elliott graduated from Ohio
University with a major in Dairy
HusDandry, received his. PH. ; p.
from Cornell, and assisted Dr. S.
A.. Asdell of Cornell, in teaching
and research in the physiology of
reproduction, r He left Cornell, to
.become .Director of the Livestock
Project of the Near East-Foundation.
The core of his work was the
establishment of artificial breed
ing of dairy cattle in Greece. Prior
to his work at Storrs.i he was i As
sociate Professor at North Caro
lina State College. -To . .!"' J
Dr. Elliott replaces Mat Dletrick
who has been promoted to Opera
tions Manager of the six American
Breeders Service Studs. ;
Con-lnl Cooneratlvo Breeders
r . Mat- DiPt
I tVra so w'l,
Health : h
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If ' '
J. S. BLAIR .
Wallace business man who is
candidate for the House of Rep
resentatives from Duplin County.
This is Mr. Blair's first venture in
county politics. - Although not a
native of Duplin he has been here
so long that he "belongs", he says.
Mr. Blair was reared in Marshvllle,
Union County. He graduated from
the University of North Carolina,
and first came' to Duplin in 1926.
He was principal of tjie Magnolia
schools in 1926-27 and Wallace
schools from 1927 to 1937. Leav
ing Wallace7 he , went to Bladen
County where he was county sup-
enntenaent ot scnoois irora 1837
to 1945. He then returned to Wal
lace and opened Leading Motors,
uoage auto agency,
Hc la married to the former Mar
garet Blakeney of Monroe. ' They
have 'three sons, Mott PC a dentise
in the r Navy, attached to the Ma-
nnesati ran island; or. J. s.
Blair, Jr. of Wallace and Houston,
v.. or waiiace. mnar oi ue
jBJPJL. Implement Coapny.He it
OMoaepast KMter owe. Wallace
waeuon, w ipensuuf w tn
president of Wallace - Associates.
A Steward in the Methodist church.
member of the Wallace town board,
he 'teaches the men'r Bible class.
Boatswain Mate 3rd class Rue-
sell Summer lin of the friendship
neighborhood : returnediome on
April Oth front Japan and Korea.
He has a 30 day leave. This is
his first leave in 21 months. Sum
merlin has been oversea, for one
year doing 'shore duty. He now
expects to b stationed in Califor
nia' at the Oakland Supply Cen
ter. He volunteered when 2L He
Is the son of JUr. and Mrs. Robert
H. Summerlin of Friendship and
graduate of the Falson High
.' (Editor's Note) Mrs.. Helen
Caldwell Cushman at present is
making her .home in Kenansville,
She- came here a few 'months ago
from Maine where she has lived
for many years. She says she likes
Kenansville and ( Duplin County
very much and would like to make
her home here. - Mrs. Cushman is
well known in the theatrical and
educational fields. She is a close
friend Of- Sam 'Byrd, producer of
"The Duplin Story,'.' v, and . former
star In the Broadway show "Tob
acco Road." Mrs.1 Cushman's first
husband. Ersklne Caldwell, was au
thor, of the best seller "Tobacco
Road" nd son of a North Carolina
Presbyterian preacher.- Mr. Cush
man,, is. the,, daughter of , the late
''Pop" Lahnigan, famous 'track and
basketball coach of the University
of .Virginia fdr23 years.f She was
born In Boston .but raised in Vir
ginia,;; Duripg .. b er interesting,
career she has taught English at the
college of William and Mary re
porter on the Atlanta Journal and
worked there with Margaret Mit
chell, author of "Gone With The
Wind'1;" .script-write for 1 Metro
Goldwyn Mayer pictures and book
reviewer - for .the'Cjhar-lotte, ptf-'
server, sue edited "Tobacco Koad '
for her- husband-author, .before' "it
went to press. The Times is proud
to nave, Mrs., cushman in Kenans-
Woojw of then Vorld imdfleo4w'-'.:.,'fc'.; ,-,.J
ville and hopes from time to tim'e.flntmunlty to influenza; they would
she wiUda some Duplin features
for-us. - -'"P.f;.':"-;,':-': .-V -'
Helen Caldwell Cushman
There's no business like show
business' unless it's the newspaper
business.' "And they have many
things.in common. The show mustl
go on regardless oi all illness or
personal crisisi tory .must be
covereit in spite of the currently
popular virus. . The performance
is scheduled for tonight it has to
be given. The story won't wait, you
get it today or not at all. '
v.'hfi t.ie editor of te Dtrclln
T' s i d me to so Wilh him to
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KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20
.Foot Shooiiiiigs Imi
MB. AND MBS.
The family of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter J. Smith held open house at
the home, of their daughter and
sonoin-lw Mrrood Mrs. J. F. May
in tnk HiU. Sundav March flth
froBh3s30 until 5:30 o'clock in hon-
injur own wsapiag anniver-
mifw wnv srtteiea t me ooor
by Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Smith who
invited them Into the living room
whfro Mr. and Mrs. May introduc
ed them to the honored couple.
GUest were then directed into the
dining room by Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
Slvenbark, Jr and Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Patterson, when thev
were served punch by Mrs. J. B.
ilSoutherlanil iuliitul hv un r.
ace Smith and Mrs. R. J, Smith.
Mints, cheese straws, sandunes, and
salted nuts were served by the
granddaughters, Misses Margaret
Ann Carr, Ann May, Frances Jean
Patterson, and ijhirly atmrnons,
and Mrs. Charles Nash and Ridv
A. color scheme of green and
white was carried out in the deco
rations. The table was covered
with a handsome cut work linen
cloth and centered with a lovely
arrangement of white snapdragons,
carnations and maiden hair fern
in his Invitation to the newspaper
euuurs ana puoiisners of South
eastern North Carolina, and I love
boats. A trip toy train or car is
a means to an end with me. , you
can have the trip and welcome.
I take it only to get to some other
place. But a boat, now that's a
memoa pi transportation I can
wax really enhusiastic over. Just
to noe on one Is exciting to me,
even a tug boat . .
,xf,Last Wednesday, 1 was feeling
a little smug and complacent be
cause I had avoided the high in
cidence fever. Only the weather
for Friday concerned me. I hoped
it would be warm enough to. wear
a ' suit, but not too warm for mv
Bieu iweea sun. ' The tweed is
one of those severely tailored four
piece custom made Jobs wWch
seem to emphasize a gal's intel
lectual abilities while hiding any
more obvious ones1; . Oh brother,
did I get mv come-unnnnen nil
uin scores. Wednesday night a
family o mice moved into my
head and spent the next four days
and 'nights moving furniture from
wall to wall, not failing to drop
any heavy piece 'with a sickening
thud. And the dear little vim spa
decided they would teach me with
a Vengeance not to be so darned
superior ana hoity-toity about my
PHt-on a show .with all th hn.
and whistles and relegate me to
my'proper place In short order; 'in
this case, send. me to bed aching
and repentant . Objective accom
plished. I won't catatonia all
my- acnes-ana pains. Suffice it to
say that 1 found .where, each bone
in my., body-was Joined to every
VUa: UUI1B. A3 SOOQ aS One OlaCa
fdJuChlnft ' nnep would of
begin . Then a new variation would !of
occur as each extreme would hurt
uun.cu iy acrviiu intermediate
ones simultaneously. felt mls-
eraoie. i was miserable. Come
Friday, I -could hardly crawl out
of bed." 1 was in no frame of mind
to to imir"d w!"i anything
r-" t i i'i J r r :
mtfmimr..m. - fr . .jmr-- I . .I, iLJJUJJWammiLLmmJL
WALTER i. SMITH
held in silver bowl on reflectors.
This was flanked by burning tap-
ers held in silver candelabra. The
three tiered wedding cake at one
end and punch bowl at other com
pleted -the table arrangement.
. xnorri Spring flowers were
"4tk burning tapers ttmm$9.
' Mr' and'Mra. R. M, Carr' nte
sided at the register. ,
-or'i -Trp galrf Mr. and
Mrs. k. A. Grady of Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Simmons of
Approximately 12& guests nW.
d during the afternoon. -
All 10 children were nrmwnt fm
the occasskm. There an 21 grand-
vuuiuea . nu i greairanacnild-
Moves To Warsaw
Recruiting Officer Ottoway who
has been recruiting in Duplin for
several month, has moved his Etta "T, SXtST shVdid
family to Warsaw. For some time acr job single handed while oth
they lived In Richlands. er contestants worked in pairs.
Committee For Good Government In
Duplin Organized; Rev. Poston Chairman
Nearly 75 persons gathered in
the Court House here Sunday after
noon and organized ' the Duplin
County Unit of the Citizens Com
mittee for Good Government. The
organization is sponsored by the
State Baptists and Rev. E. E. Pos
ton, pastor of the Wallace Biptist
Church, was named chairman.
' Rev. T. E. Williams, noted Ken
tucky minister, addressed the
i The nominating committee, com
posed of C. E. Quinn, Rev. A. L.
Browd and Rev. A. D. Wood, Mat
thew JTeachey, John Warren and
The Solicitor Wins Checker Board Honors
In Magnolia's St, Patrick's Day Contest
i The Magnolia Lions Club spon
sored a checker tournament Friday
night, March 14, at the Magnolia
Club Building.: It cost $1.00 to en
ter, the . tournament and 25c for
spectators. ' . Sixteen men entered.
Homer Taylor and Stacy Evans
played in the semi - finals, Stacy
advancing to the finals. - Grady
Mereer ot Beulaville took him on
and romped him all over the board,
finally winning in the finals Mon
'nnetrHtlnn nrill n
J. St. Stroud, about 3 miles south
Kenansville, west of the old
Mr. R. M. Ritchie, Jr Extension
Agriculture Engineer from State
College, will ' actually construct
and install one of the new type Ox
ford ventilators on tri of the barn.
This new type vepf -r has been
" f "nrs vt to ..j p't cent of
- - t -1 ! V t ., C? '
counties; $4.00 outside
1 Dead, 1 Critical
, MRS. VALLEY CAMPBELL
Mrs:. Vallie Campbell, a young
widow who lives Just outside the
town limits in Beulaville, won 9th
place with 981 points in the ''Bet
ter Farming For Better Living"
contest sponsored by the Tide
Water Power Co. and Wallace
Lions Club in conjunction with
the Farm Agent's office in Duplin
Mrs. Campbell is secretary to
Mr. Lacy Weeks, County Agent;
Mr. V. H. Reynolds, assistant ag
ent; Mrs. Alta Kornegay, County
Home Agent, and Miss Betty Mel-
vln. Assistant Home Agent. She
and her mother, Mrs. Susan Turn
er live alone in their farm home.
For this contest Mrs. Campbell
had to keep a complete record of
her farming, .operation. Points
could be secured for improvement
on the noma. land improvement.
crop production, canning and freez
ing roo 03, community activities.
vara improvement, and ny any la
bor saving devices. ,
. Mrs. Campbell put - asbestos
ahioKies sidbK on her home wbieft
tf Ktr M lieose, dn't fetl
tins completed), pot aspnatt root
ing on house, nao 9 acres ox corn
with toy beans growing 1st same
field, 4 and 0-10 acres of tobacco
with peiottta planted in lame field.
The beans and peanuts were pro-
traced to fatten nogs for nome use.
one had to use hired labor, and
would have completed her house If
labor hadn't been so hard to get
Miss Campbell said she could have
completed more of her plans If
she had known earlier that she
was quilif .
was qualified to enter the contest
The contest was begun on Novem
ber 15 and the deadline was Nov
ember 3 the following year. She
didn't get started with her pro
jects until last January. She plans
to enter the contest again this year
if it is held.
Mrs. Campbell was sineled out
for distinction during the presen-
Rev. Alton Greenlaw made their
Officers elected were: Rev. Pos
ton, chajirman; Arthur Kennedy
ana -Mrs. leiana leacney, co-
chairmen; Mrs. Homer Boney,
treasurer and chairman of the fi
nance committee; Rev. J. V. Case,
publicity chairman; Rev. A. L
Brown, candidates committee
chairman; O. C. Blanchard, Sr.,
transportation committee chair
man; Rev. N. E. Gresham, rally
chairman and C. E. Quinn, precinct
day pight. Maybe it was the Irish
In Mercer since it was St. Patrick's
Mr, Mercer received $5.00 which
he turned back in to the Lion's
Club funds .Stacy Evans, runner
up won $2.50, and Homer Taylor
won $1.00 for third place. Another
tournament will be held in the
near future. The Lion's Club will
meet Wednesday night to decide on
may be Installed ' on old barns.
Every farmer interested in learn
ing how this , new type of venti
lator is constructed is Invited to
come to Mr. J. B. Stroud's farm
at 3:00 p.m. on March 28, and see
tuvamf prices averaged exact,
ly at parity In mid-February, the
flrat time they have not been above
t t lvl sine the outbreak of
3:00 per year in Duplin and adjoining
tola area in N. Ci 5.00 outside N. C.
A violent weekend with four
shooting cases, one of them fatal.
kept Duplin County sheriffs of
ficers busy until early morning
Jessie Bryant, 38-year-old Mag
nolia -Negro, surrendered to Du
plin Sheriff Ralph Jones, about
2 a.m. Monday morning after he
had been sought in the shooting of
his wife Sunday night.
On Friday night James Wells,
Faison Negro, killed Buddy Arm
wood, of Faison. after an argu
ment over women. Sheriff Jones
Willie White, a Negro of Beula
ville, is accused of shooting Free
man Outlaw, another Negro, as
outlaw was molesting White's wife,
Sheriff Jones said.
Frank Kenan of Albertson was
arrested for firing a gun into a
car' in which a man and his seven
children were sitting Sunday. This
case was settled Wednesday night
after the warrant was withdrawn.
Officers said Armwood was kill
ed by a blast from a shotgun in
Faison. Wells and Armwood were
arguing over women in a cafe
when Wells left and went to his
brother's home. Armwood follow
ed and Wells shot him, killing
him Instantly, Sheriff Jones said.
Deputy Perry Smith and Faison
Policeman Murry Byrd trailed a
truck Wells was driving 20 miles
in Sampson County before he was
apprenenaed. Wells is being held
in jail pending a coroner's inquest.
Bryant, who shot his wife, Dor
othy L. Bryant , at her mother'
home in Magnolia, gave himself
UP after fleeme to his sister's homo
in Newton Grove. His brother-
in-law returned him to Kenans -
The Bryant woman is In crdti-
cal condition in Sampson Memor -
ror ixenansvuie xnooi uistrict
An, important meeting for Farm-
ers in the Kenansville School Dis-,
tilct i cbeaf jrri(Uy night
March 21 at 7:30 p.in. Wthe AgrA
culture ciass room at tne school.
At this meeting an evening or shop
class will be organised for adult
This meeting is strictly an or
ganization meeting to do the fol
lowing: 1. Make up a roll of in
terested farmers, 2. Decide on
which type of class is desired, 3.
Burgaw Minister To Speak At Citizens
Committee Mass Meet Here Next Sunday
Rev. William Poole. Pastor of
Burgaw Baptist Church will be
the principal speaker at a mass
meeting of the North Carolina Ci
tizens Committee For Good Gov
93 Duplin Ladies, Not To Be Outdone,
Learn Art Of Corsage Making At Meeting
A demonstration on corsage mak-J nations and make two flowers from
ing was given by Miss Pauline one. Directions were given on
Gordon, House Furnishings Spec- making ribbon into professional
ialist from State College, in the looking bows and then how flow
Agriculture Building in Kenans- ers were made into corsages. Tha
ville on Thursday, March 13 at corsages were made of hyacinths,
10:30 a. m. There were 93 Duplin narcissus, iris, roses, gladioli, car
ladies present at the meeting. nations, camellias, d:ffodils, and
Miss Gordon told the ladies how, others,
to condition flowers, as follows: She failed to advise them on
She showed them how to wire how to condition their husbands.,
flowers and wrap stems and wire however, when corsage time rolls,
with florists tape, how to split car- around.
" , i g -vi. St .
ML.3 GLORIA DE HAVEN, beautiful motion picture actress who
has been Starred or featured in almost a score of HnllvuKUxl nrorinnrlnnii '
will be Queen for a day of the 5th
w maia oi nonor Will 00 Miss Ltt Long Ogburn, current Miss; .
North Carolina, and her court, will be composed of the May Queens
r othr pretty i from a dozen major North Carolina colleges and :
PRICE TEN CENTS
lal Hospital in Clinton from wounds
in the right hand and the chest.
Bryant had said that he and his
wife had been quarrelling and that
she had left him. The woman was
shot twice with a shotgun, Jones
The following is Bryan's con
fession: 'We never have got along to
gether since we have .been married.
On Sunday, March 15, 1952, me
and my wife left home and went
to church. She told me she was
going to leave me and go to her
mothers after church and for me
not to go after her. Me and Buster
Boone rode around together thru
church hour. When we went back
to church, church was closed.
"Buckshot" and a girl rode me
around . We went back to my
house, got my shot gun and went
to her mother's house. The first
one I saw was her mother. She
told me to come in. I went in the
house and my wife was sitting by
the heater . I told my wife I haA
come there to hurt her but didn't
want to kill her. I shot her with
my shot gun and she fell in the
floor. I shot another time after
she fell but I didn't know where
I hit her both times or not. I left
there as quick as I could before
she was taken to the doctor, and
went to my sister's home at Newton
Grove and carried my gun with me
and told my sister what I had done.
Then my sister's husband brought
me to Kenansville where I was put
Outlaw was shot by White with.
a .22. calibre rifle loaded w i t hi
1 scatter shnt White uc hmnaht
to jail by Deputy Sheriffs Oliver
1 Home, Perry Smith and Herbert
: Summerlin. He is now out under
- ? I I . .
Set the time of future meetings. 4.
Decide how often to meet and for
how Ions, and 5. To And ont what
uw laracTO mu nave lwormai.
tion on. - "
If it is at ill possible and you
are interested in classes Of this
type, you should be present at this
W. L. McPhalL Jr.
Vocational Agriculture Teacher
Kenansville High School
ernment The meeting will be held
at 3 pm. March 23 at the Baptist
church m Kenansville. AQ citi
zens who are interested in Good
Government and CICvic Righteous
" ness are urged to be present.
Wilmington Azalea Festival, March