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C:.:"IV3LbE L April 10 Helen
i Grace Laker of Kenansville has
been eeted to the presidency of
the TWCA at East Carolina College
and will direct activities of the
orgsnlgzatkm during the ' 1892-53
ft termv " ".. "'
? Miss Baker, a junior at (be col-
lege, was a cabinet member of the
i TWCA this year and headed work
among freshmen members of the
organization. .,- i
. Chosen to serve with her as
,. . TWCA officers nest year are Jove
? Gurley Qoldsboro .vice-president;
t Aum uiiucti vncuvuu, secretary;
Mrs. II. L Pippin Hostess To Garden Club
Mrs. H. L. Pippin entertained theorange poppies; a modern design
members of the Kenansville Gar
den Club with a delicious buffet
1 dinner at her home, Glory JH111
farm, on Monday night, April 28.
A Her entire bouse was beautifully
; necoratea wun spring uowers and
, red rose buds cut from her gar-
I After dinner, the club held Its
regular meeting. The president,
Mrs. Vance Gavin presided. Mrs.
H. L. Pippin, gave a full report
1 Of the work of the court house
project committee, and presented
a blue print for prospective fu
sr tore planting. -.
' The guest speaker, Mrs. H. W.
i 8toulars, of Rich Square, gave a
; most instructive and interesting
j-talk on flower arrangements. . She
Uloitrated her talk with several
arrangements and. compositions
a stunning oriental- composition
using a tall green candle, pecan
branches, a porcelain figurine, and
- red roses; an arrangement of five
Iris leaves and three shaded pur
; pie tulips; a colorful and gay ar-
rangement of pome granite buds
, and flowers with yellow Iris and
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For the tobacco grower who wants, to plant with a team, we
t vrm the well known Bemls Transplanter which also haf the
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re ns for John Deere Tractor and Eqnlpmeat and Tractor
Included In ear slock of used equipment we have:
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and Janle Parker, Dunn, treasurer.
Twelve committee chairmen have
been appointed as cabinet members
of the YWOA and wlU be leaders
In the program to be carried out
during ' school year. They are
Anne taune, Sausoury; Anne John
son, Goldsboro; Edith Mangum,
Rocky Mount: Jane Kanoy. Thom-
asville, Alice Jackson, Godwin-
Nora Mills, Winnabow; Lena Tay
lor, Sea Level; Marilyn Walking,
&.eniy; Jjuian jaayes,, uoitjsDoro;
Anne Slier, Slier City; and Ramona
using barberry and driftwood and
three yejlow lilies; a massed ar
rangement m a white goblet of
larkspur, phlox, ins and many smal
ler flowers, and one using a narrow
necked bottle with a Hogarth curve
formed by scotch broom with sev
eral galax leaves and three red tu
lips. She concluded her talk with
these words, "It will not be -an
easy diversion and, in your con
stant and intense search for beau
ty you "will be sure 'to see truth
and to build some philosophy of
' Mrs." Pippin's guests Included
the speaker Mrs.. H. W. Stoulars.
Mrs. Vance Gavin, Mrs. J. R. Grady,
miss Martna ficiceu, Miss Margaret
Williams, Mrs. Jack JSiterson, Mrs.
Robert HolUngsworth, '.Mia. Leo
Jackson, Mrs. Ella Pickett. Mrs.
Carolina Gavin, Mrs; J. Wallace,
Mrs. O. R. Daii, Mrs. Norman Cush-
man, Mrs.'' Louise Mitchell, Mrs.
Jomory sacuer, ana Mrs. jraison Mc-
Clinton, N. C.
expert mechanics to satis-
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.'. Mrs. J. E. Jerritt of New Bern
was a guest of several friends in
Kenansville last week. . She spent
one day with Mrs. Norwood Boney,
a night with Mrs. Perry Dobson,
and the next day with Mrs. C. R.
Sittenmn - -.-.,.' - v-- : : -.',.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Murphy
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Faison Smith at Albertson.
Mrs. Norwood Boney attended
the U.D.C. meeting Thursday at
. Mrs. j. R. Grady entertained her
mother, Mrs. Park Pridgen of War
saw, and her sister, Mrs. H. W.
Shoulars of Rich Square, over the
week end. Mrs. Shoulars was the
guest speaker at the meeting of the
Kenansville Garden ciun on Mon
day night. She is a well known
judge at flower shows and came
here from judging the Spring flow
er show at Norfolk. Virginia. : v
Mrs- Andrew Patterson attend
ed the beauty college convention in
Wilson Sunday and Monday. ,:
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Bowden and
Mr, and Mrs. James L. Tucker
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Hiott In Charleston,
South Carolina. .
The Reverend A. H. wood, Mr.
Z. W. Frazelle, Mr. W. McPhaiL Mr.
MoCullen, Mr. J.-R. Grady and the
Reverend J.T, Hayter, Jr., left Fri
day for a deep sea fishing trip from
Morehead City. ' ,
Gibson Lanier, now stationed at
Fort Bennlng, Ga., visited friends
in Kenansville Monday.
Mrs. Parker Qulnn. Mrs. Roy
Sanderson. Miss Ruth Sanderson,
Mr. Manly Kornegay and Glenn
Kornegay , visited relatives . in
Greensboro last week end.
Mrs. Vance Gavin left Wednes
day for Raleigh for a meeting of
the State Hospital Board of which
she is secretary.
Mrs. Dorothy Sellers, aand her
son. Master William Sellers, of
Shalotte, were week end guests of
the Rudolph Hastys.
(Miss Shirley Tyndall of East
Carolina College visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tyndall,
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gooding, Jr.,
of State College, and their son,
Giiy,r III, arrived Friday for a visit
with Mrs. Guy Gooding and Mrs.
v.-Mr. J. G. Alphln. HI. and Mr.
Stephen Gooding were Sunday vis
itors at Beaufort.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Booth of
Murfreesboro and Mrs. J. H. Booth
of Rose Hill spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Booth.
Miss Katie Mae Qulnn visited
her brother, Willard Qumn in Wal
lace over the week end. . While
away she enjoyed a fishing trip,
and reported a good catch.
Mrs. H. D. McKay went t oFay-
etteville on Saturday and spent
the week end with Mr. McKay's
family in Sanford.
Miss Jeanne Tyndall arrived on
Saturday for a visit with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tyndall.
v-'Mr.' and Mrs Charles Guthrie,
Jr.; spent Sunday In Clinton.
- Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Smith and
their children, Miss Cheryl Smith
and Master Stephen Smith, of Fay
etteville, were Sunday guests of
Mrs. Gilbert Honeycutt and Mrs.
Guy Gooding. ' v
Miss Kathryn Qulnn spent -the
week end with Miss Lib Waters in
Rose Hill . .
K. HA Class
The Kenansville High School
graduating class of 1927 held their
annual reunion at the Kenansville
Cafe, on Friday evening, Aprl 25,
MJ32. ., . . .;
Those attending were Mrs. Wil
bur Adams, Miss Margaret Wil
liams, Miss Mary Lee Sykes. Miss
Viola Westbrook, Mrs. Maggie Lou-
Kornegay, Mr. ana Mrs. Ellis Ves
tal, Mr. and Mrs. D. F, Chambers
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ingram.
Barbecue chicken -was served,
and the. class enjoyed a delightful
social hour. '. :
The Kenansville Woman's Club
met Thursday afternoon, April 24.
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Joanna Carter, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde C. Carter, Jr., of
Rose Hill, is the first child from
Duplin County to be admitted to
Warm Springs. Joanna Is - nine
years old, and has two brothers,
one eight, the other ten, who did
not contract polio when she did.
She is the daughter of a tenant
farmer who would not have been
able to afford this very expensive
treatment for his daughter. Her
admission was arranged through
the Duplin County Chapter of the
National Foundation for Infantile
Joanna was stricken with polio in
the epidemic of 1950. Paralysis
set in on the second day. She was
hospitalized at the Carolina Con
valescent Hospital at Greensboro,
being sent there immediately udoii
diagnosis. She was released from
there in July, 1991, after a stay
of eleven and a half months. Jo
anna is In the third grade in school,
ana ner mina is keen and obser
vant. She laughs a lot, is a very
nappy cnua., and in mite of her
affliction , is never moody or de
presses ;- (.-. .
When Mrs. Edna K. Stroud of the
JDupun county Chapter of the
Foundation visited her about ad
mittance to Warm Springs, Joanna
was Jubilant exclaiming that she
would be glad to stay there six
years If she could get better. In
the 600 mile ride she did not com
plain once although the other mem
bers were very tired.
- Both of her parents accompanied
her to Warm Springs as well as
Mrs. Stroud who had made most
of the arrangements. Every effort
Is made to make the narents ram.
fortable, and Mr. and Mrs. Carter
were delighted with the place. It
cost about fifteen dollars a day
plus treatment fees to keep a child
at this Foundation made famous hv
our late President Roosevelt. Many
of the staff have been victims of
the disease, and have stayed on to
neip otners. When Joanna left,
her right arm was beginning to
show symptoms of paralysis. Since
her admittance the first of April,
two minor operations have been
arranged, and her mother left last
week to be with her.
Using the 21st chapter of Mat
thew, 33-46 as a text, the Reverend
J..T. Hayter. Jr.. delivered a stir
ring sermon entitled "The Lost Op-
ff&'J 9 PbZ
ST."" . ounuay, Apru a. three from Wallace, and one each
VIZ ftLh,ta meseet wa thaJ from Magnolia, Kenansville, Beu-
..' ''"''"" laviUe, Calypso, Chinquapin, and
gives us opportunities over and Teachey
"Pi" 5!Tally tis Satie"c? 13 There' are nine freshmen, one
ufd'2dPPrtn'ty's taken sophomore, three Juniors, and
from us. Those talents we have, three seniors
!infiVfn,i.ih0.Se( adY.aniaSes- tne Representing Warsaw are Gra
posltion In life into which we have ham phlllipS s0 o Mr. and Mrs.
been put are all to be used for a A. phlUips; Carol Carlton, dau
f?? elM w? sha to" them.! ghter Mr. and Mrs. E. R.'Cari.
Our abilities confer an obligation ton. Gege Bennett, son of Mr.
to use those abilities for the bene-;and Mrs. George Bennett; and Da
fit of. mankind. It reminded me vld Hugh Carlton, son of Mr. and
of those words of the Quaker mis-1 Mrs D H Carlton
sionary, Etlenne de GreHet X. From Rose Hill are Charles
. "I shaU pass through this world ;Hawes, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
but once. If therefore, there be Hawes; Ella Mae Starling, daughter
ki?neSTS 1 ? S?T' ,rJan1X of Mr. and Mrs. M.G.. Starling; and
1 " , nre a
uw, ivi ine nm aeier h or negieci
it, for 'I shall not pass this way
at the Lodge, building. The pres
ident, Mrs. Ruby Newton pre
sided. Mrs. Carolina Gavin was In
charge of the program. Mrs. H. L.
Pippin of Magnolia gave a most
interesting talk on "Plants in the
Bible.' A large number of members
attended the meeting. , :,
Having this day Qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of J. R.
Miller, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned duly verified,
on or nerore tne zatn day of April,
1953 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons Indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate settlement
This the 29th day of April, 1952.
J. R. THOMAS, Administrator
3. R. MILLER, estate
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If you've saved out too manv
beef bulls, sort out the ones that
don't plan out right and put them
in tne ieea lot they'll do about
as well as the castrated calves.
If a farmer wants to get the besd
returns rrom nis lambs, he has to
keep them growing and gaining
steadily. ;.. - .
IGIVE NEW BEAUTY
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The above photos show little
put on and treatment started (on
fsom the Carolina Convalescent Hospital in Greensboro.
Health Dept. Officials Attend TB Meet
Dr. John F. Powers- and Mrs.
Ruby Kornegay of the Duplin Coun-i
ty iieann uepariment attenaea tne
Mrs. Norwood Boney
Mrs. Norwood Boney entertained
the members of her bridge club at
a dessert bridge Wednesday after
noon, April 23. Mrs. J. E. Jerritt
of New Bern was a special guest,
and received a visitor's prize. The
Mrs. A. G. Brinson
Mrs. A. G. Brinson celebrated
her birthday with a barbecue din
ner last week. Among those pres
ent to honor Mrs. Brinson were Mr.
and Mrs. Augdon Brinson of Wal
lace, Miss Janice Ann Brinson of
Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bos-
Sixteen Duplin County Students
Are Enrolled At Wake Forest College
Wake Forest, N. C, April 25th
Sixteen students from Duplin
County are among the approxi
mately 1700 men and women en
rolled at Wake Forest College this
Warsaw? three torn Rd fflii
year. Of this group are four from
Morris Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Brown
Students from Wallace are John
I. Durham; Curtis Knowles, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Knowles; and
Bettie Blanchard, daughter of Mr.
The following Goldsboro merchants call your
attention to their closing hours oh Wednesdays
at 1 p. m. These stores close on Wednesday after
noons ... as most stores in North Carolina close
on Wednesday afternoons during the summer
MOST GOLDSBORO STORES
Close at 1 p. m. on Wednesdays as elsewhere
in North Carolina.
Read this list and plan your shopping accordingly:
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GOLDSBORO'S FRIENDLY JEWELERS
HEILIG - MYERS
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Joanne Carter when braces were
left) and after she was released
State T. B. meeting at the Sir
Walter Hotel in Raleigh, Friday,
Bridge Club Hostess
hostess observed the birthday of
Mrs. Bess Hines presenting her with
a remembrance. Mrs. Ella Pickett
won the high score. Mrs. Boney
served strawberry shortcake and
iced tea for refreshments.
Honored At Dinner
tic, and their daughter, Miss Elna
Fay Bostic. of Dobson Chapel, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Nazelrod of Ken
(ansville, Mrsl Robert Dyson of
New Bern, N. C, and Mr. Grover
Bostic of New Bern. All present
nad a most enjoyable tune.
and Mrs. N. P. Blanchard.
Other students from the county
are James Earl Quinn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Quinn of Mag
nolia; Gilbert Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norwood Smith of Ken
ansville; Bemell Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Miller of Beula-
ville; Hervy B. Kornegay. Jr.. son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kornegay of
Calypso; Norman Aycock, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Aycock of
Chinquapin; and Harold Wells, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wells of
Quinn, Hawes, Miller, and Korn
egay are planning careers in medi
cine; Smith, Wells and Bennett in
business; Durham, Knowles, and
Aycock in the ministry; Carlton in
banking; Miss Carlton in journal
ism; Miss Starling and Brown in
teaching; Phillips in law; and Miss
Blanchard in Science.
A number of the students are ac
tive in various organizations on
Aycock is a member of the Cul
lom Ministerial Conference. Is cha
plain of the Euzelian Literary So
ciety, and is a student assistant in
the library, .
Miss Blanchard Is a student as
sistant In Johnson Dormitory and
is a member of Mrs. J. B. Hipps'
Sunday School Class.-
wells is vice-president of the
Society for Advancement of Man
agement, newly organized business
organization, and holds the office
of junior warden In Delta Sigma
Pi. international honorary business
Miss Carlton is on the business
staff of Old Gold and Black, stud
ent newspaper, and is also affiliat
ed with the Youjiz Women's Aux
iliary and the Women's Recreation
Bennet is a' staff announcer on
WFDO, college radio station, and
is a pledge of Alpha Sigma Phi,
Knowles is affiliated with the
Cullom Ministerial Conference.
Kornegay is associated with Al
pha PMi Omega, national scout
service fraternity, and is a pledge
of Sigma Chi, social fraternity.
Smith is a pledge of Theta Chi,
social fraternity, 4nd Brown js
also a member of the same fra
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