Variety Is certainly the spice
- . w . iLI
You never know what exciting thing will happen next py,
you fet Invited U the moat wtererttartf0 - V '
Hakt last week bow: ; It w'notfa J
Fayetteville with Harry Cook who owns theatre In Mt .Otoe. Mr,,
went wtth ui as O!
family llvee. Mr. Kornegay ;.ej3
the day. and ht told mo loU of thing bot Mm . that he u
bend . 40 penny nail' like straw to; his powerful, hand,' foj
tostaace. He ha the strongest grlp.of Wja. J
havTSken hands. It looked Bke.,raVthrouA,that great
Stoouatry. nd looked as if It wWfeAJ?4 I didn't
mtodtU tomato that descended on just before-!, world
Pe tiTnlght At least ust . uthow
many coiffures were ruined. : On, mlneT took an umbrella.
X met Johnny Burgess who owm 'a lfeeatrf at Bailey and bis
MkVB) told me . . v and I have his fuU 9
to uotThim . . . that "all theatre owners are sorry lot but
we love each other." Mr. Cook and '
LucuUan feast given by Mr. and Mr 'Marshall Williams. With
.,TW rchSngeople. Mr' and Mr Walter Kei form
ly oTcVrnW, now residents Of Fsyeftevflle, -He paints ttie
WMngporSof our host and hostess, and the lovely Mrs. Keul
unveiled them . 1 ' v '
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Did you ever find out to your dlsniay how false can be first
. impression? I did that day. At the nesUabte ndeU Cy
of Massachusetts and Hollywood. When MarshaU . and David
and Mrs. WiUiams came to the tableMr . Corey tend
1 up. Oh brother, I thought, what a lead for a devastating Article.
TcouYd call it, Wendell, your sliPjfc bwln But aftern
the press and radio met him and tolked, with him and he is
not at all the stuffed shirt he seenied to be at first.
''. -V .v.
Jim Whitfield of the News ana Observer was i covering the
day. and Mr. Peoples from the same paper, who Is brother
. of Captain Peoples. I met Cap," too. Norm McCulloch of
' Elizabeth Ma there, as jovial as ever. Fve him around at
'nW press gatherings . . . usually in that
the press always winds up ... and I have nevefci to In a
bad humor. 'V .f &
Meeting all the radio people made me a little homesick.
It Is a zany business, but lots of fun and,! kinds , miss. don t
remember the names of the men there, but; I do remember that
. oTMrGraham Caddell who owns a sUtioff Florence and the
, so-bandsome Vestal Taylor of A. B, C. There was art awfuUy
- nice guy from Fayetteville's Mutual outlet whose name I did not
" i was delighted to find that Tom Harrell of C. B S had
attended the University of Virginia. One day I am going to be on
a program there. I'll let you know well In advance.
One of the doctors I met told me a story he swears happened
to him. One morning at 3 A.M. be reached sleepily for the ringing
phone. A voice walled, "Doctor, 1 can't go to sleep. He says
Uiat he said in his nastiest tone, "Hold the wire. Ill sing
- you a lullaby." ' .......
' At the press Interview, I met Capt. Bappaport, of the Air
corps Public Relations. After the psKde he Invited me, to go
with Wm to Fort Bragg to meet his wtffc.H told me that she was
French and from Canada, and had'M fxadip program In Quebec
foTmany yean. He did not tell me.Ubat I was going to meet
one of the most beautiful girl'?' ever Seen, a Perfectly
charming hostess, with an enchanting, accent. We Picked up
another delightful couple, Capt. Cpvtagton of Airborne Public
Belations whose wife is breathtaking lovely, too. How,do Army
men rate such gorgeous gals? '':.':;,'
1 read some admonitions to us ; gals , who play bridge this
week in a column called Feminine; Fancies.1 We are reminded
sharply and not without Justification that a game of cards should
' be fun. There is no room for poor , sportsmanship In a friendly
game. Too much adverse criticism on yout part can make your
Mrtner nervous and rattle him -so , that , he can t concentrate
on the proper play. Good manners are.vafter all, based on
consideration for others ... and tore needed everywhere, es
pecially at the bridge table. Too many people forget them the
minute they sit down at a table, the, make caustic comments,
bicker over a card which should or should, not have been played,
chow resentment when opponents mak;good plays, and gloat
when dealt good hands themselves;' The column mentioned one
' noevo One of the
One of the
i that. '
' , wait until all cards
sour hand. Amen to
id. tko r.iii:Cnos we1
' all the beauty of the season hurts .lis:. JSara Teasdale wrote of
that pain In her "Song at Capri" - A '.aW . wfiC
i'. When beauty grows to great to bear,
! How shall I ease me of its ache
For beauty more than JHteS8'
Makes the heart break. AV
It always seemed to me that some vf our teachers are
missing a good bet when they teach courses. Shakespeare. It
does help a gal to be able to say with humor on those occasions
that do, alas, come to most of us, these cynical words
Sigh no more, lady, sigh no more.
Men were deceivers ever. .
One foot on land and one oh shore,
To one thing constant never.
Then sigh not so, but let them go,
And be you blithe and bonny,
Forgetting all your; sounds of woe,
- with a hev. nonnv. nonny.
Last year the value of the meat
r nsumed per person averaged
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late . She sulierel Vm.ly before
fallicame ... wiihout a whimper.
The tears in her eyes, the anguisn
in her been were lor her son whom
she knew she had to leave.'
Two year ago her son created.
ensation at his Town Hall deput.
a night which would have been the
crowning glory of his mother's life.
Barbara was not there But all the
proceeds from ' thtt performance
went to the Cancer fund in memory
of a mother who had died too soon.
. Helen Caldwell Cushman '
CONTINXJED FROM FRONT ,
goes to other flue-cured tobacco
porducing states. " .
I am theretore of the opinion that
it would be wise for the fanners
of Duplin County to wake up and
helo us to get our share of the new
growers' allotments." M. F. Bos tic
The following la the statement.
verbatem, as submitted to the
Times by Phillips:
"I have not been fired. I have
not resigned or quit as spot check
er with the P.MA. There has been
no occasion to do either, I have
nof been hired for the 1952 sea
"The secretary of the P.M.A. call
ed and tasked me to help check new
growers tobacco applications. I
checked these applications accom
panied In most instances with a
member of the township committee
and filed in my reports to the best
of my ability using the applicants
answers to the necessary questions.
It was not required that I check
deeds or measure acreage in check
ing a new growers application.
"I have not disregarded the rules
and regulations. I checked the
new growers applications using
the same set of rules the other
spot checkers used, however the re
port fails to state that a number
of his approved applications were
recalled for (he same reasons as
the ones I had checked.
"It is untrue that I am personally
Involved in two cases. I have done
nothing for selfish gain. I do not
have a tobacco allotment on the
.land I own. I have not applied for
a new growers allotment. I am not
planting any tobacco this year. The
salary I received for checking new
growers applications could hardly
be a.-dled selfish gain when it
barely covered actual expenses.
"I have worked for the A.A.A
and P.M.A. off and on for the past
15 years. I have done my duty ar
conscientiously as I know how.
have never accepted a bribe of any
kind. I have always given the far
mer the benefit of the doubt which
I would do again and that also Is
the practice for the State spot
checkers with whom I have work
"Does Mr. J. R. Grady, Editor
of the Duplin Times, recall person
ally contacting me in regards to
a new growers allotment for his
(Ed. note: Yes. Moseley. I do re
call contacting you in this matter.
AWOL Men Caught
In Merry Chase
On Friday evening Deputies W.
O. Houston and Perry Smith took
a trip and a bumpy one at that, be
hind Christian Chapel church at
Charity. They drove about one
mile In the woods, turned right
and went 'about 100 yards, turned
around and came out on another
farm road. While riding along they
saw a car turn around in the
woods. They chased the 88 Olds-
moDiie with Alabama license tags.
The officers got stuck and the
Oldsmobiie got stuck about 100
yards ahead of them. The chase
continued on foot When the offic
ers found they could not catch
them they went to Jerry Teachey's
store snd got him to pull their car
out with his tractor. During this
time a colored man came up to the
car ana iriea to Keep them from
looking in the back of his car. Pa
trolman J. S. Briley was called
and the Oldsmobiie was pulled into
Wallace. They found nothing in
William Clayton and Arlington
Cox. colored, were arrested for
being AWOLJrom the Army Camp
in Fort Bragg. They were placed
in jail and are waiting for offic
ials from Fort Bragg to come and
The second colored mum was ar
rested when he came to visit the
one that had been placed in jail.
Farm Fillers .... .. ....
A dairyman with good cows can
make a fair return for labor and
a nice profit, but the" man with
poor quality dairy cows can't ex
pect much return for his efforts.
Soy Boan Seed
NANKSOY TOKIO CLEMSON
; Buy your seed now ;
available. Don't wait
i Ai a.' .
f pianung umc. ,
Seed Corn Cow Peas Edible Peas
Otorolaria Grasses Garden Seed
The final meeting of the School
Improvement OrtfUnizatlonj will
meet in the Kenansvllle Cafeteria
on Tuesday, May , at 7.30 p.m.
with Bob House, Chancelor of the
University as guest speaker. v
Each Principal is asked to bring
six people besides himself. There
will be four from Outlaw" Bridge,
and five from Potter's Hill. If pos
sible tbey are wked to bring their
Committee and P.T.A. presidents.
It is hoped that a full attendance
including the lay members of the
Executive Committee will be pre
A dutch supper will be served.
Selected At School
nK RTTXTE Malor Hugh W.
Robblns, commanding officer oi
th Reserve Officers Training
Corps, today announced the selec
tion of forty-live caaeis ai ja
Ridge Military Institute for duty
In the 1952 Gom star futoon.
- ThA RSP la a crack drill unit
which performs during all formal
parades at oax Kiage ana piays an
especially large part in the tradl
tioail Mothers' Day program here
in May. Members are chosen on
the basi so fmilitary bearing and
drill proficiency. Chosen to take
part in the outfit was William F.
Pickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. T.
Pickett of Magnolia.
Held In Beulaville
A benefit concert was held Fri
day evening, April 25, at 8:00 p.m
in the Beulaiville High scnooi Au
The program was as follows:
Mr. W. Ray Humphrey made an
nouncements. The first grades of
Mrs. Cudd. Mrs. Norris. and Miss
Jackson made up the Rhythm Band
and played Rhythm Band Review,
Happy Farmer, Little Colt sna
April Rain. Next on the program
was a song by Judy Muldrow. Oth
er songs were by Kate Murreu
Boggs and Ronald Quinn; Red Sails
in the Sunset was sung oy tne
Senior Class. Other songs were
by Murphy Thigpen, Ramona Bat-
chelor and Ronald uuinn. . unaer
the direction of Mr. Don Hayes,
conductor, the Beulaville band pre
sented several selections. Mem
bers of the Beulaville band are:
Billy Bostic, Nick Bostlc, Jimmy
Creech, Ervin Dobson, Donald Ed
wards, Jean Jtiumpnrey, Moyce
Jones, Faye .Kennedy, Hayes Dean
Kennedy, Arcnie Muiarow, ueraia
Quinn. Steve Rhodes, Virgil San
derson, A. F. Shfalw, Benford She-
pard, Harold Simpson, Benny Tnig
pen ,and Glenn Thomas. '
Pianist were Mrs. Rhem Taylor
and Miss Evelyn Penny.
Mary Alton Brinson, Chief, Jan
ice' Smith, Mary Catherine Ed
wards, Helen Basden and Sue Lan
ier were MarsbaUs.
On April 26, the B. F. Grady
Chapter of Future Homemakers of
America emertained their mothers
with a banquet' The theme of the
banquet was May Day, carrying
out the rainbow colors. The group
nlamri hinffn for recreation before
the btmquet began. Prize winners
were Arbutus Williams, Jessie Wil
liams, Mrs. Bodeii outlaw, Mrs.
Pury Grady and Mrs. Jasper Wil
liams. Group singing was led by Mrs.
A. D. Wood, county music super
visor, which was one of the most
enjoyable events of the evening. .,
The menu consisted of grapefruit
cocktail, baked ham, candied yarns.
frozen lima beans, glazed apples,
deviled eggs, pickles, olives, celery,
hot rolls, butter, strawberry- short
cake and iced tea. FFA boys serv
ed as waitens and gsve excellent
service. Their handsome appear
ance contributed much to the at
mosphere of the occasion.
: Mrs. Anna B. Bender
WARRENTON Mrs. Anna Bar
bara Bender, 70, died of a heart
i ttack at her home - near Ridge
way at 7:15 pjn. Thursday,: April
24th. Mrs. Bender was the daught
er of the late Valentine and Mar
garet Berwlnd Seaman of Bavaria.
Germany and the ; widow of John
Henry Bender of Ridgeway. ' She
while good seed are' still q
and be disappointed at O
Three cento per word, wlnlmnm
charge of 75c. Unless you have
: ; a aoeovnt with as please aead
Burner, stamp, money order,
r check wftfe ads, rareness:
'pee, the Times Classified Adsj
U yon have anything to sell "
or exchange, or want tomboy,
w wW accept produce for .
GENUINE- D-CON Noted rat pois
on, ! now on sale at Clinic urug
Comoanv. in Mount Olive. . ' uc
VACCINATED CHICKS All our
chicks are vaccinated against New
castle disease with killed virus and
are N. C.-U. S. approved Pullorum
clean from strains that really pro
duce eggs. Mount Olive Hatchery.
LET US RECAP TOUR TIRES
Full circle full cap
Fully Guaranteed Work
i vs r, U S. Tire Distributors
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
. Mt. Olive Hwy. Phone 3836
was a member,' of the Ridgeway
Lutheran , Church. Funeral ser
vices were conducted at the home
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The pastor,
the Rev; J. F. Moebius officiated.
Interment was in the church ceme
tery Surviving tare three sons
Hnry and Arnold Bender of Ridge
way, John Bender of Portsmouth,
Va, four daughters, Mrs. Adolph
Hanselman of Manson, Mrs. Wln
fred Guy of Beulaville, Mrs. Fred
Smith of Aberdeen. Mr..' and Mrs.
Lillian Bender of Ridgeway; two
sisters, Anna and Marie Seaman of
the hgme. -
For Mother On
For Graduates At
BREAD BASKETS and STRAW BAGS
(Made In Italy) i f I
WOODEN SALAD BOWLS
STERLING SILVER -MEXICAN
, . PLEASE COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND.
- ,. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.
ANTIQUES GIFTS -INTERIORS
1760 .' 1435 Center St Goldsborc
Cash and Due From Banks ........ ,
United States Government Securities
Obligations of U." S. Government Agencies .....
North Carolina State Bonds . '.
County and Municipal Bonds and Notes ........
'Loans and Discounts .,
Banking Houses aiid Fixtures ............... ............
Other Resources .........................
w . .
Capital Stock:. :
Undivided Profits ...1
Other Segregations of
- Reserves for Interest,
Deposits ...... .
The Home Of Good Banking
plenty of good water.'
ftjOM a drilled well,
'white for illustrates
booklet and estimate
giving "us direction and
' how far you live from'
YOUR POSTOFF1CE. v ': 'V
HEATER. WELL CO, INC.
RAI.KIGH. N. C
SQUARE DANCE Mount Olive
Gymnasium every Saturday night
at 8:00. Music cy -xne nnyum
Four Plus One." Admission 75c
per person. "A clean dance for
clean -people." sponsored by the
American Legion- ; ; ,
FREE ROGERS SILVERWARE at
Clinic Drug Co. Get your card to
day, and .own a set of silverware
soon. Lovely patterns. i tfc
-' " HEADQUARTERS
1950 Famuli Super A and Eqpt.
1950 Farmall Cub & Eqpt. , -1949
Farmall Cub & Eqpt :
1948 Farmall Cub and Eqpt
1940 Farmall A & Eqpt 1 -1938
Farmall F-12 Complete
1936 Farmall F-20 Complete ,
1934 Farmall F-20 on steel
1949 Ford Tractor Complete ,.
1949 Ford Traetor w-balf track
1948 Ford Tractor Complete
1945 Ford Tractor' Complete 4
194 Oliver Cleatrac Tractor ',
1949 Avery V and Eqpt
1938 Avery A ac Eqpt
1949 Massy Harris Pony St Eqpt
1938 John Deere on steel
1947 For dson Tractor on Steel '
Plows iDisc Harrows Equipment
. Your Ford Traetor Dealer ,
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
i Mt. Olive Hgwy Phone 3000 .
Registered Nurse to fit you with
maternity clothes. Bailey's Ma
ternity Shop, 107 E. Mulberry St.,
Goldsboro, N. C.
5-1 4T C.
Goldsboro, N. C.
We are proud of our
Taxes, Etc. I.."..'."..'...'. .
The increase of nearly $2,500,000.00 in deposits during the last year re
flects an increase in the number of people in this area who find "complete and
dependable" financial service at the Waccamaw Bank. We appreciate this evi
dence of confidence, and we invite you to make fuller use of our facilities.
$cA US NOW FOR FLO w--MAYO
' tobacco curers. We are
taking orders on first come basu.
Patterson's Farm Supply on High
way 117 in Wallace.- r'-r
5-8-4t', C. :,r.--v--,yyi
Reliable man with car wanted to
caU on fanners In Duplin County.
Wonderful opportunity. $10 to $20
In a day. No expedience or capi
tal required. Permanent. Write
today. McNESS COMPANY, Dept.
C, Candler Bldg, Baltimore 3, Md.
Piano for Sale. ; I fcave one ex
tra small' piano stored In Kenan"
vllle that I will sell on easy terms
and give an extra discount off raci
er than to move. If interested write
to F. B. Merritt, Route 4, SaUs
3T pd. '
Acetylene and electric welding on
aU farm machinery. Sprays and
dusters repaired. Trailers, hitch
es put on. Lawn mowers sharpen
ed and repaired. A good weld
means longer wear. .; Work done
by Garnle S. Herring at A. C. Hall,
Hardware in Wallace,
PREPARE NOW for those chicks.
Disinfect the breeder house with
Ttr .ciniohnrvia rjprmex. An ex
cellent disinfectant and easy to use.
Sold at L. J. Simmons Hardware,
repaired. New Royal typewriters
v Goldsbono Speedway
FoUow Highway 70 East .
Watch Signs For Directions
Sun. May 4th .
mme Trials 1:00 p. m.'
bleat Races 2:30 p. m,
Among the many well-known
drivers participating will be:
j" Concord, Ni C .
Clinton, N. C. .
L. L. (Smoky) Smith
. Banks Simpson
Concord, N. C.
s Bob Cook
' Wilson, N. C.
H. P. "CannonbaU" Davis
Dunn, N. C.
and many other well
$1.50 Gate Adm.
& TRUST COMPANY
March 31, 1951
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1 1 i- r. i. Uu.;r
i, iii i.,e daii-y i ;rn for
ij.. ti ivitia. congested udders
Cold cream type doesn't gum up
in cold weather. Holt-simmon
Co., Kenansvllle. . ":- -.
FC i ATHLETE'S FOOT '
Use T-4-L for 3 to 5 diyi. If
ot pleased, your 40c back. Watch
the old. tainted skin slough oft to
be replaced by healthy skin. Get
instant-drying T-4-L from any drug
gist ' " Now at Kenansvllle Drug;
5-29-6T C " ..1. -' "
m 1 . -,.
FOR RUBBER ASPHALT, LINOL
ECM and plastic, wall titov-and for
. M41 T Z AmltH AF
expert loyiu " .
X. Q. Smith at East CaroUna TU
Co . Magnolia, N. C." Work!m)asiship
guaranteed . Free estimates. Phenef
night .2110, day 2147, Box 108, Mag
nolia." , '
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Goldsboro, tl. C.
March 31, 1952
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