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The Senior class. f B. F. Grady
High School have recently' elected,
their class superlatives." They are
u follows: Best all around, Bes
sie Mae Beasley, Kenneth Bay Kor
negay: Best ' Looking, Cynthia
"Lue scenes below were taken at
Uhe 1932 Art and . Music Festival
4) resented in Kenan Memorial Au
ditorium here on May 18 and 19th.
The annual program was present
ed this year under the direction
of Mrs. A. D. Wood, director of
Public School Music and Mrs. W.
K. Teachey, Public Schools Super
visor for Duplin, All pictures were
taken by Shubert Williams, staff
photograilher of Wallace. Any
one wishing copies of these and
otner pictures made sy Mr. Wil
liams may get them by contacting
him at his studio In WfeUace or at
ingMra. A. D. Wood at the super-
lnenoenrs otuce in &.enansvme.
One Day Only Saiurilay fl7ay 3rd,
ALL FURNITURE MUST BE MOVED OFF OUR FLOOR SO WORKMEN CAN GET BUSY!
NOTHING RESERVED EVERY PIECE AND SUITE TO BE SOLD AT SOME PRICE MANY
ITEMS LESS THAN COST! YOU'RE WELCOME TO LOOK BUT NO SALES MADE BEFORE
SATURDAY. NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH THAT NEW HOME. WE WILL DELIVER
YOUR PURCHASE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
All j Goods Marked Down In Plain Figures. Refrigerators - Ranges
- Combination Phonographs At Cost. FREE - Child's Chair 1st 100
People In Store FREE
Judge, Glenn Smith; Cutiest, Shir
ley JUee, Delano Harrison; Best
Sport. Christine Bell, Leslie Tur
ner Most Bashful, Lily Grey Staf
ford, Leroy Grady; Most Popular,
Lola Nan Wilkins, Leslie Turner;
Most Friendly, Joyce Outlaw, Don-
nell Koraegay; ' Most Conceited,
J: ne Holmes. Delano Harrison;
Quietest, - Mildred Kornegay, Nick
Kornegay; Most- Talkative, Lola
Nan Wilkins, Leslie Turner; Laz
iest, Letfaa Manning, W. C. Adams;
Most Likely to' Succeed, Mary
Anne Sullivan, Kenneth Ray Kor
negay; Most Romantic, Elaine Lee,
Glenn Smith; Biggest Flirt, Loll
Nan Wilkins, . Donnell Kornegay;
Best Figure and Physique Lola
Nan Wilkins, Leslie Turner; Most
Mischlevieus, Lola Nan Wilkins,
and W. C. Adams.
A group of High school stu-1 who formed a chorus under the di-j tor at Rose Hill. Magnolia, Ken
dents from , Kenansville, B. F. rectlon of Mrs. L. K. Alderman, I ansville tsnd B. F. Grady.
Grady, Magnolia and Rose Hill music teacher , and glee club diiec-1 ..
Above. The Warsaw Elementary schools. ... : i
School Glee Club is directed by ' Below: Duplin County's first all
Sirs. ,: John Anderson Johnson of school band, under the direction
Warsaw, teacher ' in the Warsaw.-of Prof, Don Hayes. The band
is composed of students from var
ious schools in the. county. This
year is the first attempt to pro
duce a band in our schools.
On Monday evening Deputies
Perry Smith and Murray Byrd dis
covered a 60 gallon whiskey still
and 16 barrels of mash between
Warsaw and Kenansville on George
Bennett's farm. Will Green and
James Henry Hodges were arrest
ed for possessing material for the
purpose of manufacturing non tax
paid whiskey. They are each un
der a $300 bond.
Every Diamond Insured
No Charge for Credit
Wilmington, N. C.
Tom R. Best
JHy t Mq 'j1 '"'"2 r.p-.-i i -in '
l ' i - id
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$19.95 WATER PROOF
Crib Mattress $6.99
Dinette Suite $49.95
Bed Room Suites $97
$170 HUGE PINE
$98 SOLID MAPLE
Corner Cupboard ... $39.95
$39 BALL BEARING
Porch Gliders $19.50
CHAIR OR ROCKER
Cloth or Plastic $12.50
$595 SOLID MAHOGANY
Dining Room Suite
9 PIECES ONLY
$17 PORCELAIN TOP
1 USED mi.
1 USED KITCHEN-
Lounge' Chairs $38.50
Love Seat $48.50
$99 SOLID MAPLE
Desk , $49.95
Bed Room Suites . $111.00
$119 FINEST SOFA
Bedroom Suite $88.00
$29 GONE WITH THE WIND
Living Room Suites
3 Pieces For Only
' $176 '?
$87 GLASS DOOR
Book Case $39.95
$298 MASSIVE MOHAIR
Living Room Suite $149
Bed Room Suites $77
$293 2 PIECE
Room Suite $158
Dining Room Suite
9 PIECES ONLY
100-9x12 Linoleum Felt Base Rugs At ??? Youfll Be Surprised!!!
FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE
R. E. Quinn & Company Of Warsaw
Tops- A group of rhythmic dan
cers from the various schools 4th
and th grades.
Middle picture: Kenansville's
Fuitophon band which- was or
ganized and directed by Mrs John
Currie, teacher in the local school.
Bottom picture: Another Duplin
chorus-of Glee club under the di-
rectlo nof Mrs. L. K. Alderman.
The group Is made up of students
from Kenansville, Grady, Magnolia
and Rom HflTs elementary grades.
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J, WtirrespondenC C-Irrrrjtion Agent
nw iw mwi ah essteecMMav I ' -.
. ! 'iSTOW .Lynn Lanier Honored
i.. ju. jun un. njiiu inwwr wwr uiJ.. i
children were visitors of. jar. and
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'" - and M A Xm J k VMlsses SueTJethercujl, Eleanor
, and Mrs. . A. Nethercutt visited I xhiicwhot ana vow uiwer auena
'.2frs. Raleigh (Lanier in the Kin- church at Chinquapin Sunday
a ton hospital suiKUy.
Mr. and Mr, u Lanier and , X.rTZ
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.Mbses Ethel, HHnter and" Amy
I Aria Lanier were visitors" of Miss
i daiMKbter Geraldlive, and Mrs. Jodie
Lanier were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Jarman of Etcti lands
Mr. Clayton Nethercntt and Mr.
. nd i-rs. E. A. KeihK1t v. i
'i rs. i alelgh Lanier la the Kiu
on 1 ital Sunday. '
' I i Mrs. Bom Hatcher visit
ed J r. nd Mrs. Quince Call Sua-
clay e r.
m -" at Bethel Pi " y-
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quapln Sunday night. .
Mrs Jodie Lanier and son, and
daughter-in-law.- Mr. and Mrs.' Jes-
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Phtf-i During the last 40 yean of nr
On Fifth Birthday
i Mr. and Mrs; Jarvts Lanier en
tertained at their home recently
honoring their son, Lynn, on the
occasion of his 5th birthday. :
Following several enjoyable
games,. Lynn took 't pleasure of
blowing out the five candles on
the beautiful . cake. : : ; , ..
Many of his friends and rela
tives attended. ; All had a nice time
and enjoyed the dinner.
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We're Celebrating Our 15th. Anniversary Sale
Come Get Your Share Qf Birthday Bargins
250 MANUFACTURER'S "AS ARE" SUMMER DRESSES. SPECIAL $3.99 -m
U $5.99 VALUES IF PERFECT
JUST 'IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY AND THE LONG HOT DAYS AHEADIN THE GROUP ARE:
PICOLAYS, COTTONS, RAYON LINENS, GOLD PRINTS, SHEERS, AN VMANY OTHER SUMMER
l FABRICS IN THE BEST SUMMER STYLES AND COLORS SIZES ;2GKt5, 12 to 20, AND HALF
SIZES IN THE LOT.
LADIES SUMMED SANDALS
$1.00 A Pair
' !' ''"t A't '1
SPECIAL MILL CLOSE OUT
ALL NEW PERFECT 7
WHITE and COLORS
SIZE 4 to 9
MEN'S SHORTl SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS
SKIP DENT COTTON
COLORS:; BLUE, cUeEN, TAN, GREY, MAIZE
SIZES: SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE
STURDY LONG WEARING
WORK PANTS $2.4d
REGULAR $2.98 VALUE
TAN or GREY Sanforized Drill
I BOAT SAIL DRILL POCKETS
BELT LOOPS - '; ..
23 to 42
lip Lanier. Sunday.'
Mlcjes Sharon Lanier; Peggy
Judge and Conrad Sloan were
wepic end r of F4win Lan'.jr
at i..CX3. ia C. eenvi.ie. 1 ,
I total population has Increased ' y'
some 60 million persons, - but
number of persona engaged sin
food production has declined ' by
MANUFACTURER'S SALE !'
CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
REG. $1.35 VALUE D7 PERFECT
i SIZES 36Mx6' ; v 5 ': "'
LIGHT CREAM COLOR
Jr EXTRA LARGE STRIPED
: ! REGULAR $2.59
GIANT SIZE 38x72
SOFT TERRY TOWELING
COLORFUL ROMAN STRIPED
V STRONG SPRING ROLLERS m
Imperfection Hardly Seen '
i'lj.-)i,f ; ldsli-S-
ei- t mUIlon. ' i
t have shown that the av-
poiml of meat consumed in
v ' 1 ViLsunzton, N. C "
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