E 2in Coi- y Cow -t convened that chi 'add bastardy, the de- Charged and torn guilty of op-
at 9.oi) ajn. Mo Viy, April 21, his fends ni turougn bis attorney, wal- eratlng under tne inuuence were
honor, H. I. HMi..;-s, presiding, liter, Stevens,
v "Using as hi text Psalm 112, th
Reverend Lauren Sharpe delivered
a challenging aermon' on the Se
cret of Security Sunday, May 4, at
the KenansviUe Baptist church.
The choir sang an anthem. When I
Survey, and closed the service
with the beautiful hymn, He Lead
eth Me. . , , .
At -the evening service,' Mi1.
Sharpe preached a sermon on The
"Vitality of Vision. I was Interest
ed to read on the back of the prot
" gram a stanza of that splendid
poem by Victor Hugo, House and
A house is built of logs and stone,
Of tiles and posts and piers; '
A home Is built of loving deeds
- That stand a thousand years. '
'Mr and Mrs. Colan Holland and
. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Sharpe were
dinner guests Sundayat Trail's End
near Carolina Beach. - - .
Mr. James l. Tucker left Satur
day for New Orleans after a visit
' with bis wile, Mrs. James I Tuck
er. - ":: VCr:
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Jones and
Mr and Mrs. Andrew Patterson mo
tored to Raleigh on Sunday to
l b 01 P;;v;r
Uainl as a text Acts V. 29. the
Reverend Robert Collins delivered
a solendid sermon Sunday at the
Methodist Church on the topic, Man
of Power.. He used the life of Si
mon Peter to illustrate his point
and said that he became a man of
power despite circumstances, des-
nite criticism and despite contrary
commands. He became a man of
rawer bv trusting In God. not wor
rying about what men say.- We all
like to be known at men of pow
er In our sphere. , To do so we
should obey . God,, and , disregard
the criticism of others. :
Mtv W. L. MoPhaU ' and-Miss
Katherine Quran Joined the church
by letter, and Mrs; J. E. Qulnn was
baotlsed and received as a new
member. Miss BarDara Anne Wil
liamson was awarded a Life Mem
bership In the W.SXI.S. Little Bar
bara is the four year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williamson.
maita a, motion in h following! Enoch Nathan Jar-
(w. nniuMhi- r:rdv Mercer I have' blood teats made, and the man. Martin DalL Dewltt Savage.
niMtnr nmsMrutinc for the state. 'state denied tne mouon. on posting utmiei tmmnmm. vavia nni
A full docket of cases was disposes ,maa ox axau.uu, u cm wa my
of by the Court jpealed; Mottle Biacxmore Fatter-
Two divorces on tne ground ox son, cnargea wim operating unaer
two year separation were grant-1 the -influence and resisting arrest.
ed, Penard Styron was granted 'wis found guilty of the first charge
In (absolute - divorce from Ethel
Rogerleen Styron, as was Thelma
Slier Thomia from William Talm
adge Thomu. 'CV'-'r'
Several cases were appealed to
and appealed posting bond of $200.
The following peopw were con
victed of traffic violations, either
of speeding or reckless driving
add fined: Joe Nathan, Willie Mor-
Percv Leacn cnargea wim me pw i .
session of materials for the pur
pose of aiding and abetting in me
manufacturer. m . nuu-io . j,
whiskey; Mrs. Tom Hall, charged
urith assault witn a dangerous w-
Don: Herbert Eaison, charged with
POO: lumen ruauu, vw 1 1 " -
non-support was found guilty of' Charlie Horne
weln. Jr.; Ell Lavender, Thomas
Gunnier,. unODerg urancn, Her
man Bovd. Parley uianton. jonnnie
FennelL Richard Henry waucer.
William Atkinson. J. H. Atkinson,
Robert Lee Gare,; Billy FucKett,
son. David Stevens Megister.
- There were several convictions
In oases of assault, and assault on
a female, and assault with a dan
gerous weapon. Found guilty were
Charlie McKlnney. Lester Robin
son, Cleveland-Smith Charles W.
MathU. Walter .; Williams, Early
Junius Padgett, charged with non
support was sentenced to 6 months
on road, sentence suspended, and
put on proDation tor two years,, ad
monished to remain sober. He can
visit his children only on Sunday
in the daylight and must pay into
court $64 a month for Mrs. Lois
Padgett and her children, until
youngest child Is 18.
ALsvlatdy Frte Cf dar;
! Mules, Cos cndllcgs
, Phone Collect, Goldsboro 1532 or 2330
on r rn!KnimATFn innFrn two
qii. y. ww.wwa...k VV.r IIIVsq
People of all ages have written
IwanHfiil nnema. ' music, thought
about Mother, whose day It will
be on Sunday. Mothers will re
ceive greetings from cnuoren near
Mr,. EU. Pickett, who is 01 at the Ijnd fSLStT&SiSrS
Wilmington to be, witn ner mower, " . wairiT aiwavt
bring back their daughter who had ojir busy "ves. We are always
SvTsltintTat Meredith CoUege. I c Peer to our "others an anyone
llorth Carolina Baptists To Dedicate
her home in Kenansvllle Sunday, fed us and cared for i and com
she gave us birth and
after a stay In Florida.
Mrs. Eugene Tyndall spent the
week end in Raleigh with her dau
ghter, Miss Jean Tyndall who is
on the staff of Rex Hospital in
Raleigh. - ' .
Miss Martha Pickett la staying In
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This McCormlck FarmaU Cub with die Cub 4tt-foot mows really
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many odd mowing Jobs. .. .. . v.
' "Itll get right out and cot plenty ofiajKoo 12 to IS acre day
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"And the drawbac ia always free foe fa irtmn Jobs. L,.
Why not try the FarmaU Cub yoarssli? Yovll tod k the handiest,
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- -You can gat mtf implement yon want for y fan job. They're
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, Voor old tractor can be used as a down payment for a new Famall
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wrote that a man never sees all
that hla mother has been to him
until it's too late to let ner Know
that he sees ft. Among the many
more famous words written about
mothers are theee: "I tninjc it
must somewhere be written that
th virtues of mothers shall be
visited on cthelr children, as well
as the (Ins of the fathers." utc
"A father may turn ms oacx on
hia child: brothers and sisters may
become inveterate enemies; hus
bands may desert their wives and
wives their husbands.. But a moth
er's love endures through all; In
good repute, in bad repute, in tne
face of the world's condemnation,
a mother still loves on, and suu
hopes that her child may turn from
his evil ways and repent; still re
members the infant smiles that
once filled her . bosom with rap
ture, the merry laugh, the Joyful
shout of his childhood, the open
ing promise of youth; and she can
never be brought to think him all
"God could not be. everywhere,
and therefore he made mothers."
. Jf you would reform the world
from its errors and vices, begin by
enllstlrtff the mothers.
Even the stories that are first
heard at our mothers knee are
never wholly forgotten, they are
a little ring that never quite
dries up in our journey through
scorching years. Let us pause on
this Sunday and remember what
our mother has meant to us, what
she sacrificed for us. what pain we
faave caused her. If we do appre
ciate all that she has done for us
and she is still with us, let us tell
her so. And If we no longer have
a mother, then honor some other
mother who has been kind to us.
We might ask ourselves honestly
if we are all that our mothers would
have us be, If we are all that they
deserve we should be. It ought to
make us better people on, that day
at least . .
Helen Caldwell Cushmaa
. The out-oatlent department has
played an Important role in car
ing for the sick poor. In 1051 there
were 46846 patient visits to the
out-patient clinic. This is an in
crease of 300 per cent over the
16.000 visits in 1945. The Out-Pa
tient Clinic Building was opened in
July, 1946 . Patients from eighty-
nine counties out of the hundred In
the state were served in the clinic.
The entire Mother's Day Offer
ing goes for charity at the Baptist
A urge numoer oi mm-
hesan with the hospital in 1925. Asj lsters who are unable to pay a full
the hospital facilities expanded and amount for hospital service are
arvice to the sick enlarged, the . treated at the hospital. Every piece
money from the Mother's Day of-
bnce a year the Baptist of the
tate set aside a day to fulfill a
Christian duty to their fellow man.
Like the Good Samaritan on the
road to Jericho they will not neg
lect the- man thrown by the way-
aide Oa Mother's Day. May ll,
every Baptist cnurcn or aunoay
School member is expeciea to give
mnnpv to the North Carolina Bap
tist Hospital which In turn minist
ers to the sick, poor wnoever is
burn your buildings and may do
damage to your neighbor's proper
ty, see tnat Xire-iignting equip
ment hand extinguishers, shov
els, swatters, rakes, water con
tainers, ladders, those, etc.
conveniently located and ready for
use. ''-".,.,,; v:
Mother's Day Campaign for funds Hospital.
aan with the hospital in 1925. As l lsters who
ferings became a more important
work for charity. Increased cost
of hospital care became an obvious
reason for worry for many people.
So. Bantlsts have seen the need
of expensive equipment and every
type of treatment is available to
the ' poorest funds from- the
Mother's Day Offering are there
to help pay. The Baptists of the
State will give again this year
for more money and have given knowing that the money will be
accordingly. In the year 1851 they needed more than ever and will be.
gave $157,000. . - iweuused.
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O.E. S. Members Attend Anniversary
Worthy ' Patron Colan Holland
and Worthy Matron Mrs. Lewis
Westbrook and the Junior Past Ma
tron, Mrs. Jewel Dotson, of the
KenansviUe Chapter, O.E.S., at
tended the 25th anniversary of the
lnstitutio nof the chapter at saiem
burg, on Saturday night. May S.
l nev were accompanied uy wo
following members of the local
chanter: Mrs. Colan Holland. Mr.
Lewis Westbrook. Mrs. Norwood
James Walker Hospital there. Mrs
Vance Gavin and Mrs. A. R. Bland
have been with their mother part
tat -the time. . - .
'. Mr. J. Oliver Stokes, who has
been seriously ill at the James Wal
ker Hospital has returned home.
He is still too ill to receive, visi
tors. - , .
Mr' -and Mrs. J. R. Grady,' the
Misses Rebecca and Margaret Gra
dy, and Mrs Helen Cushman drove
to Seven Springs on Sunday after-;
1 Mrs, Norwood Boney attended
I the memorial services held by the
i ' -Mrs. Parker Qulnn, Miss Mary
I Lee Sykes and Miss Cornelia Qulnn
i ,jLjLjLjuLikikika&&aMiQQt1 9 f " I nnirnt Saturday in Kins ton.
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And i;'.PLEMEt!T C0MPAI1Y
WALLACE, N. C.
Boney, Mrs. Matoaka Westbrook,
Mrs. Thelma Stroud, Mrs. Stokes
Westbrook and Mrs. Willard John
son. The first matron of the Salem
burg club presided and the chairs
were filled by charter members. A
pageant was given portraying the
history and development oi tne
chapter. Delicious refreshments
were served at the conclusion of
Wherever you f o,
whaterer ywa do. you're
ahraya to the pabllo spoUUfht. Toor
rardrobe at as meh an expreaeiosi ef
year personality aa yew senile, ..bit
bright? ; . . ; '
Tenll ahraya nuke a favorable tmpres
rira In neat, fresn-loeaing elothee, meU
ealoaady cleaned and preaeedby aw own
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Sprint elean-TJp At Home
Safety exoerts say every farm
family should have a spring clean
up campaign at nome, insioe ano
out. Such a campaign would go a
long way toward eliminating fire
and accident hazards, make a
healthier place to live, and result
In happier work day and more pro
duction. , -
Farm families alone lose about
3,500 lives and 100 million dollars
The Ella Cooper Circle met Mon
day night, May 8, at the home of
Mrs. Eugene Tyndall. Mrs. I. R.
Caison presided. The program and
devotions were In charge of Mrs.
Solan Holland who spoke on The
ome. After the meeting which
had an unusually large attendance,
the hostess, Mrs. Eugene Tyndall
served homemade strawberry ice
cream and pound cake for refresh
ments. i :'. '.".'.V'."' -'
ren, Miss Holly Payne and Master,
Al Payne of Norfolk,- Virginia, whichett'e Beach
spent the wee end wtth her pa-, Mteses Gail Newton and Syl
rents, Mr. , and Mrs. Robert Hoi- vla ooodlng spent the week end
'fSSS: w 111 In Wilmington where they attend-
. j iX V T . a the Music Festival. .
luo wa mm wiut uicuua ui uviua- ti.i- ttt .a u.
I tf. V7. JlUflUU uaw wa.
I fitanhun ClnntMna were Mondav via-
worth of farm property annually
by fires. About 18,000 farm resi
dents are killed and a minion ano
Too Many Broilers
Now On Market
Raleigh, N. C. May 5 Commer
cial broiler growers in North Caro
lina are faced with the problem of
moving more than one million broi
lers now of marketable size from
This accumulated supply of broi
lers .according to Ralph B. Kelly,
poultry marketing specialist with
the N. C. Department of Agri
culture, has resulted in a depressed
market and prices paid producers
at present are, in many cases, below
Because of this Immediate sit
uation, Kelly has appealed to the!
consuming public to take advan
tage of the. bargain prices and buy
their poultry needs for several days
in advance. Housewives will find
retail prices of dressed and drawn
poultry in their grocery stores this
week ranging around 39 to 41 cents
per pound. This is the first time
in months that broilers have re
tailed at such a low price, the spec
ialist said. And it is probably the
last time that housewives will be
able to find them this cheap for
many months to come, he added.
Kelly also advised persons with
home freezers or freezer lockers
to take advantage of this once-ln-a-year
opportunity and stock-up on
broilers. He Issued a word of cau
tion for these folks, however, stat
ing that they should place their
orders In advance with their groo
erymen. Last year, when a siml
lar situation occurred, many groc-
erymen had to turn back custom.
era because their supplies were
quickly bought by customers with
home freezers and freezer lockers,
LTUi YEAR as ALWAYS for 87 YEARS.
Many states do not produce en
mi crti Haasf Ia linn 1 r tha iAari a
one-half others are Injured each teir populations. Others do not
'. Mini Yvonne Patterson and Ml . itors in FaVettevllle
Martorle Jones spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
a. li-.Jlik , rA11HA a.1W Ul.a
at Meredith. CoUege with Miss
Frances Jn Patterson, They
attended May Day festivities at
the college and returned home on
Sunday. - ' -
Mr. and Mrs, D. H McKay and
Lieut, and Mrs. A. R. Bland, Jr.
were week end visitors at Topsail
Beach.''' ..,-;..':;: . v;.
Mr. and Mr. W. E.' Craft and
Master Billle Craft spent the week
end at Greenville. They were ac
companied on their trip by Mrs.
Craft' mdther. Mrs. G. M. Dall.
For part of the time, they visited
spent the week end deep-sea fish
ing from Swansboro.
Miss Shirley TyndalL from East
Carolina College spent tne week
end at her borne here.
Mr. and Mrs. Banks McNalry,
III. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Good-
lnav Jr. and Master Rufus Gooding
will visit Mrs. Guy Gooding over
the week end. Other guests Invit
ed for the family house party in
clude Mr. and Mrs. Dabney With
ers Caldwell of Anderson. S. C.
and Sgt and Mrs. David Turner of
year in accidents.
- Look into every book and cran
ny. Get rid of any winter accu
mulation of trash, junk and dis
carded equipment from all build
ings, and get rid of the dead grass
and weeds near the buildings.
In the farm home and other farm
buildings clean up all debris, trash,
paper tad other hazardous waste
material. Oily rags and old paint
brushes may cause spontaneous ig
nition. In bars, shops and machine sheds
get rid of old metal equipment Dis
carded machinery may c:use falls
and other accidents. .Rusty metal
can cause tetanus (blood poisoning).
Waste scrap metal, urgently needed
for defense, will bring a cash divi
dend. In all farm buildings fix leaky
roofs, cracked chimneys, rusty
stove pipes, poor foundations, rot
ted sills, bad electric wiring and
connections, and lightning rods.
See that doors, windows, screens
and furniture are In good repair.
Watch for and repair broken or
loose stair steps, board walks and
the like. Remove nails, Jagged
boards and other Items that might
cause injury to people or livestock.
Keep your water supply sanitary
and safe. Springs, wells and cis
terns may need to be cleaned. Plan
your water supply so that it will
serve in case oi lire.
Remove dry brush, weeds, grass,
etc.. from along roadsides and nera
buildings. - If the removal is by
burning, use extreme care, for a
fire that gets out of control can
produce enough pork, or enough
lamb to take care of the normal de
Studies show that the average
pound of meat consumed In the
United States has traveled about
1,000 miles from the point of pro
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