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F.Irs. Kobert Fields, Duplin Times Representative
Telephone 243 2 Please Call In Your News. ' Mrs. Fields Will Receive Subscriptions and Advertising.
tt;::xci Students
G;v3 Qccilal ; r
' " Tha more advanced music stud
enta of Mr. H, E. Latham and
Miss Jessie Moore will present their
. t recital at the home of Mrs. George
jj - .jCarr -on- Friday night,- May 9.
V.i .v i' yiiii" i run 1 1 i ii mi mi i i ii -s jj"
f?jlCl;rch Services
l """Baptist, Sunday,May 11: Sun
1 day School, to" o'clock; Training
f Union," 7 o'clock, Evening Worship,
i 8 o"eloek;"Wednesday, May 14
iPrayer Meeting 8 o'clock. , r
J Methodist: '"Sunday School
? 9:49 o'clock, M.YJ.' Meeting 8:45;
Evening Worship jam. , . ,
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Beta Club's 1
Last Party
'" The Rose : Hill Beta Club mem
bers held" their last party for the
.year, last, week In the community
.building.
Eftoh member present had one ia
ited guest with them. If !
Shirley Wilson led the recreation. I C"? ! T I II W
lefreshme&U were enjoyed by (tflfrfviHwaVVIU,,
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"Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Harrell of
Rose Hill announce the birth of a
daughter. Sharon Nan, on May 1,
at the James wauter .uospuai in
Wilmineton. . Mrs. Harrell was the
former Nancy Fussell of Teacbey.
CardOf Tjicnfe:
-The .Eoe -Hill, -Magnolia, Kefl
ansville and B. F. Grady iGlee
Clubs wish to thank each Principal,
W. H. Teachey, R. A. Gray, Z. W.
Frazell and H., S. Wells for their
cooperation during the Duplin Mu
sic and Art festival. ?
. . Mrs. L. K. Alderman 'I
Eighth Grcde;
tWeiner Roast
Personals : ;
Pfc. 'James T.' Alderman of Ft.
Dtot -. N. J. s spent' last week with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leary Al
derman. Master Arthur, Marguardt of Wash
ington, D, C. is visiting his grand
parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Leui i'
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. y -ehandise we carry, lie sure to'see our
, wsllectjiort' bVpM&m Jjy .HSvfland, for
a Mother'sDay gift of Haviland China
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The Seniors of the Rose Hill High
School met on the lawn of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Merritt on Friday night
to make ice cream. . The ice cream
was made by the group. ;
, Game were clayed and they all
enjoyed, what may be a final lass
party for -this group ox seniors.?.
dprman. '
Guests of Miss Eva cnestnutt
and her mother Sunday were Mrs.
Hugh Kllpatrlck and sons of Mag
nolia. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Balcorob
and son of Ingold, and Mr. , and
Mrs. Royce Ward ana aaugnter oi
Clinton. " J,
Mr and Mrs. A. B. Wells Hnd
daughter, Ann Oavis and Mr. W. S.
Wells Visited Mrs, Laura Boney,
who is a. patient at Duke Hospital
Sundav afternoon. :'
- Sunday guests of Mr. A.' O. Fus
sell were Mr. end ' Mrs. Fitzhugh
FusseU add son Fitzhugh Jr.,- of
Willlamston. '
Manlv Sanderson - of scotiana
Neck visited his parents. Mr. and
Mrs.,S. A," Sanderson on -Satur
day. ,n f ' rrii...'1
i Miss Gayie'Weus oi wniievme
spent the week-end wiin ner pa
rents, Mr; and Mrs. W. S. WeUs.
About 40 members of the eighth
grade class met at the home of
Mrs. ' Alton Wells, ' their teacher,
on, Thursday night. -
The group l pl'ayed S games and
roasted welners. , , .
Bible School
Starts May 19
Vocational . Bible School begins
at the Rose HU1 Methodist church
on Monday, May 19 at 8:45 o'clock,
All ' children between the ages of
4 and 15, are urged to attend.
Mr. : Robert Futch has gone to
Chicago on a. business trip. ' Mr.
Futch Is a representative oi switt
and Co. in Wilmington.
; Sunday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fields andfamily
were Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Merritt
and daughters Oaken and Altheal
of Waycross arm Mr. ana Mis. Bui
Merritt ana lamiiy.
t Friends Of Mrs. L. A. Wilson are
glad to learn she Is home after
being a patient at Rex Hospital in
Raleigh.;. ; r 1 1 " '
Polly James oi wauace visitea
her grandmother, Mrs. Annie James
l&st week
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Farrior this week end were Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Merritt and fam
ily of Wilmington, Mr. Dewltt Mer
ritt of Wilmington and Mr. and
Mrs, Paul Holland and family of
Fayetteville. . '
Mr and Mrs. L. K. Alderman
visited Mr.' Ralph Kennedy and
Miss Mildred Kennedy of Clinton
on Sunday..
Rev. Wade Allison is at home,
after being a patient in James Wal
ker Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Herring of
Ocean Side, Calif., are visiting re
latives in Rose HiU.
Sunday evening guests of Mr
and Mrs. Jerry Cottle were Mr.
and Mrs. Norwood Rivenbark and
daughters, Dianne and Deborah of
Wallace.
Mr. Dallas Herring filled the va
cancy of Rev. Allison at Oak Plain
Church Sunday.
Rev;; Cording filled the vacancy
of Rev. Allison at the Presbyter-
Ian; Church in Rose HIU, Sunday
morning. A very interesting mes
sage was delivered.
Ma&molia News
I Rambling In Duplin
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PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.00 WEEKLY
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT
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;:Par may look alike on the surface,
but the true story of quality goes far
deeper than that. International Har
vester makes titrt 6fthat quality. Reg
ular m parti from, me astembly lint :
re examined witli mis 1,000,000-volt
, : x-ray. It looks "under the skin", check
v to protect IH standards .-of quality,
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' By Maude P. Smith
: Jt was a dreary, rainy day to
begin ramblin, but your Roving Re
porter and I started for Wallace.
if you need new whistle bait this
year be sure to go to Eisenberg's
Fashion Shop and see his new line
of Catallna sports war. He show
ed me a purple swim -suit, and my
my, wouldn't the man go for that!
'. If you haven't been to Wallace
lately, you should. . There are sev
eral new buildings going up, in
cluding a new tobacco warehouse.
Then there is Carter's Fabric Mill
which is a very modern -building
with it's beautiful lawn, new one
way strets in other words Wal
lace is rapidly growing,
When Mr, A. C. Hall asked what
was happening hi Kenansville and
the reply was wotmng Mucn, ne
chuckled slyly to himself. . . .
i- The Strawbery Market, the next
stopr-and a thrilling, place it was
with its long rows of ears, trucks
and horse drawn carts and wagons
waiting for (he auction to begin.
There were men browsine around
In shirt sleeves, and old colored
man ipeddlifig hot roastea -pea
nuts, . one man working a crass
word puzzle and writing, up orders
for shoes between 1 times. - Little
Picanlnnles with strawberry stain
around their mouths, (and a stom
ach ache tater I imagine waited -excitedly.-
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, Along with the' excitement there
Was also beauty, for Just across the
street from- the market was the
home bf Bill Hussey back In a pine
grove with borders- of - beautiful
iris, poppies, verbens, and other
Woomlng flowers and his , lawn
which Is nicely kept - -
Ding dong! The bell rhng and
the auction was under way.- ' The
first load sold for $8.00 per crate.
The highest sold that day (Fri
day) was 1X045. i-, $14.50 was the
highest price for Thursday. . The
prices were lower on Friday be
cause the berries would not get to
the northern markets in time to
make the sale, and they would not
hold over. , .
The Massey berries sell higher
than the others it wag reported by
Joe Bryant He, also said that the
average load o( berries on a truck
was 300 ,tf 350 crates.
We traveled the hi-ways and by
ways on the. way back to Kenans
ville. If you don't think you can
get stuck on Duplin County roads
Just ask your Roving Reporter. ?
The blueberries at Double Trou
ble Blueberry Farm, East of Mag
nolia, were in full bloom. They
wil begin bearing in June.
; The weather was much nicer
when we- arrived In Kenansville,
but the atmosphere in the Duplin
Times office was hot, due to the
fact that Mr. Grady bad a visitor
who had made head lines last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Tucker and
children Barbara and Sybil and
Mrs. Ellen Chestnutt visited Mr.
and Mrs. James Brown and son.
NOTICE OF SALE
Personals
Dr. Joe Hunter and son Bill of
Kenly spent Thursday and Friday
with his father, S. B. Hunter.
' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray
and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Paul of
Warsaw spent Sunday at White
Lake.-"-'"-"- :
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Taylor and
Betty Ruth spent Tuesday with
their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jer
ry Smith and family.
. Mesdames N. T. Pickett and H.
L. Pippin and Miss Helen Hunt at
tended a bridge party in Wallace
Wednesday night.
' Miss Alice Hunt of Chapel Hill
spent the wee kend with her Bister
Miss Helen Hunt and brother, John
D. Hunt and family.
Mrs. John A. Johnson spent the
weekend with her, parents, Mr. and
Mrs. - Tracy Brown; Mr. Johnson;
spent Sunday with them. r. : ...
Austin Baker spent the week
end at Campbell College. He tried
out for the basket ball team there.
-Dennis Pope of Clinton visited
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ellie
Pope Sunday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Thornton and children
also visited the Popes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibbon Hobbs and
Mr. "and Mrs. Graham Hobbs of
Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Smith Sunday evening. ' f f
Mr. and Mrs. J, W Tucker of
Durham visited relatives over, the
week end. o -
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hamilton vis
ited her mother, Mrs. Kornegay at
La Grange Sunday afternoon. "
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Johnson, Billy
and Betty Jean visited Mrs. John
son's sister and family in Raleigh
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Craig of
Goldsboro visited Mr. and Mrs. Jer
ry Smith Sunday afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tucker, and
daughter Carolyn ; Ann spent, the
week end with Mrs. Tucker's moth
er, Mrs. Johnson in Kenly. s
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY of an order signed
by the Clerk of Superior Court in
that ; Special Proceeding entitled:
"J. W. Blanchard, et als" brought
and pending before the Clerk of
Superior Court of Duplin County,
and being Special Proceeding No.
2550r duly filed in said office, the
undersigned Commissioners will
offer for sale for cash, at the Court
house Door in Kenansville, N. C. on
Monday, June 2, 1952, at the hour
of 12:00 Noon to the highest bidder
all, those certain tracts or par
cels of land situated In Duplin
County,- State of North Carolina,
and being described as follows:
' FIRST TRACT: Being a 9 4-5
acre tract and a 5.7 acre tract as
set forth and described in a deed
to B r ,D. Johnson et als as re
corded in Book 396, page 453. of
the Duplin County Registry, ref
erence being had for a more com
plete and accura'e description.
SECOND TRACT: Being a 9.3
acre tract- and a 5.1 acre tract as
set forth and described In a deed
to B. D.i Johnson et als as re
corded in Book 396. page 351, of
the Duplin County Registry, re-.
terence oeing naa lor a more com
plete and accurate description.
. ' THIRD TRACT: Being a 2 1-8
acre tuact and a 5.7 acre tract as
set forth and described in a deed
to B. D. Johnson, et als as recorded
In Book 896,.page 351, of the Du
plin County Registry, reference be
ing had for a more complete and
accurate description. -
FOURTH TRACT: Being a 18 3-5
acre tract as set forth and describ
ed in a deed to B. D. Johnson, et
als as recorded in Book 413, page
283, of the Duplin County Registry,
reference being had for a more
complete and accurate description.
FIFTH TRACT: Known as the
Wells Bery Island tract contain
ing 11 2-5 acres more or less as
set forth and described in a deed
to B. D. Johnson, et als, as record
ed in Book 413, page 283, of the
Duplin County Registry, reference
being had for a more complete and
accurate description.
SIXTH TRACT: Being all that
certain tract containing 15 acres,
more or less, as set forth and de
scribed in a deed to B. D. Johnson,
et als, as recorded in Book 450,
page 183, of the Duplin County
Registry, reference being had for
a more complete and accurate de
scription. ?.
SEVENTH TRACT: Being sit
uated near Rose Mary Crossing
ana oemg all that tract of land con
taining 140 acres, more or less, as
set forth and described in a deed
to B. D. Johnson, et als, as record
ed in Book 396, page 383, of the
Duplin County Registry, reference
oemg nad for a more complete and
accurate description, EXCEPTION
as follows: 1 acre sold to Nannv
,ee renneii et als as recorded In
Book 427, page 25 of the Duplin
County Registry, and 2 acres sold
to Minnie Lucile Fennell as record
ed in Book 425, page 506, of the
uuplAk)unty Registry, and a 64.1
acre tract sold to W. G. Fussell as
recorded in Book 425, page 507, of
the Duplin County Registry, refer
ence Deing had to said Books and
pages for a more complete and ac
curate description of said exceptions.
EIGHTH TRACT: Being that
certain tract of land containing 14 6
acres, more or less as recorded
in Book 396, page 383, of the Du
plin County Registry, to B. D. John
son, et als, reference being had for
a more complete and accurate des
cription, and known as the W. R.
Coston tract.
NINTH TRACT: In Wells' Bay
Island Being that certain tract
of land containing 22 1-4 acres,
more or less, as set forth and des
cribed in a deed to B. D Johnson
et als, as recorded in Book 396,
page 383, of the Duplin County Reg
istry, reference being had for a
more complete and accuratee des-
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NEW PRESIDENTS OF THE left, .of Fargo, Gat, who was 'ham
FOREST FARMERS ASSOCIA-I ed a life member of the board of
TION J. V. Whitfield, center,! directors. At right is Henry T.
Burgaw, N. C, is the new president McKnlght, Vienna, Va., new "Vlce-
of the Forest Farmers Association
elected at the recent Southern For
estry Conference in Chattanooga,
Tenn.
He succeeds "W. M. Oettmeler,
president.
They -are shown looking at the
tree planting machine which was
given away as a door prize at the
conference.
cription.
All of the above tracts of land
are fully set forth and described
by metes and bounds in Special
Proceeding No. 2550 duly filed In
the office of the Clerk of Super
ior Court of Duplin County.
A deposit of ten per cent will be
required of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
Advertised this the 28th day of
April, 1952.
H. E. Phillips,
R. D. Johnson,
5-29 4T. H E P.
Commissioner
Commissioner
Remember!
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No Charge for Credit
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Wilmington, N. C.
For RE-ROOFING-RE-SIDING
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Home insulation roof coatings for your old roof. We have
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facturer's specifications.
We re-roof over wood shingles.
Call us for large or small jobs
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Phones 2608-2081
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We have had numerous requests from people of Duplin and Sampson Counties to extend this great
sale through Saturday! You will be wise to take advantage of this give-a-way proposition? In all
probability, we will not have another price-cutting sale of this nature this year! Remember, we
deliver absolutely Free anywhere and we mean ANYWHERE! Ask your neighbors about the
goods they bought at just a fraction of the regular price. This merchandise must be sold, regardless
of profit, so be sure to come get your share! Here is a list of the big merchandise items that must
be cleared away by Saturday, in order to give us free working space.
3 Dining Room Suites 9 Chrome Dinettes 8 Bedroom Suites 17 Sofa Beds 7 Living Room
Suites - Of course, Everything In The Store Is Cut To The Bone In Price! Nothing Reserved!
Come and See!
$49, $3.95 $149 1 89
. WOOL STRAIGHT POSTER QUALITY CHROME
LACE RUGS CHAIRS BEDROOM SUITES DINETTE SUITES
:$28l6 Sl-94 $17.00 $49.95 . ,
1 ' ... qk . $109 $19.95
''-fmmS WOOD BEDS FUI.ZElTIsJIC FLOORLAMPS ,
. lTiT MF - .V rS SOFA BEDS 7 way type .
LINOLEUM RUGS Only 3 or 4- Stee 3ood a Sofa aa youll find. A STEAL AT '
;:;r:$6. ...$14.95 $59.95 $8.73
.ygo - .... $16.95 ' $79 -$279
FINEST : -'-Value-.. Value .Value
Kitchen Cabinets PcTP "rHAriJS0" HIDE-A-WAY-BEDS
WITO MIRROR 1ABLJ ttlAlttS) Mi-
$38.50-1 . $8.50 $38.50 $159-95
.. $19.95 ,.3. r . " "
' GLASS TOP COCKTAIL ' THAYER SPRING FILXED 180 THAYER
COCKTAIL TABLES HIGH CHAIRS COIL MATTRESSES BABY CRIBS
r:-Vm) $7.98 , $28.16 $19.95
Hi CHAIRS FOR THE KIDDIES GET
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