THE DUPLIN TIMES, THURSDAY JULY U. 1952L
E. Z. Jones
Mrs ' Margaret Westbrook. Wor
thy Matron and Mrs. Kathleen Sny
der,' Conductress of the local chap
ter of the OES, left Wednesday
afternoon for Garland to attend
a meeting of District Deputies
They attended the reception given
by the Garland Chapter for the
DDGM, Mary S. Carter and the
D D GP, Sam L, Stowe of the
Clinton Chapter., Members of the
Kenansville chapter who. went to
the reception included Mrs. Louise
Boney, Thelma Murphy, Virginia
Holland, Edna Earl Brinson and
saiiy uigrani. ,.;-,
Robert Lee Snider of Cleveland
arrived on Monday for a visit with
Mrs. Snlder's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. DaU.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McKay and
Master David McKays spent the
week end at Carolina Beach.
Miss Sylvia Gooding and Stev
Gooding left; Monday for Kure
Beach to visit Mrs. Eugene Tyn
dall. . -. ;-, lVv.r.
Miss Fatty Williamson and Miss
Katie Mae Qulnn arrived home on
Thursday from New York where
they spent ten day. -. -
Master Don and Miss Anne Tay
lor of Tampa, Florida have return
ed home after a visit with their
Dr. and Mrs. L. V. Grady and
their daughters, the Misses Lynno
and Nancy Grady of Charlotte vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Grady over
the week end. -
Mr. O. P. Johnson attended the
funeral of Dr.. Clyde A. Erwin in
Raleigh on Monday.
; Mrs. Guy Gooding who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Banks
McNairy, III, in Goldsboro, .has re
Mr. and Mrs. V. A.' Weed, Ross
and Brian Weed, spent part of the
week end at Carolina Beach.
' Mr. and Mrs. Colan Holland have
returned home after staying sev
eral days in the mountains near
Master Nicky Bowden is visiting
his aunt in Burgaw. He is expect
ed home this week after . a fort
nights stay. , .,
Miss Sylvia Grady of LaGrange
is a houseguest of Miss Rebecca
Stephen Gooding, a student, at
Presbyterian Junior College in
Max&on' was home -. between terms
of summer school over the week
end. . .
Mrs. Rudolph Hasty went to Lau
.rinburg over . the week end to
bring back her son. Master Rudy
Hasty, who has been visiting' his
grandparents there. She spent
the rest of the week end, at Kure
Beach where her mother,' Mrs. Eu
gene Tyndall is entertaining at a
large family houseparty. Miss
Jean Tyndall of Raleigh has sev
eral guests at the party, and Miss
Shirley Tyndall will stay a few
Miss Betty Melvin is spending
fthe week in Raleigh with a group
of 4-H Club . members who are
attending the short course at N. C.
State College. She was accompan
ied by Miss Doris Bostic of Ken
ansville, The Misses Ella Rose Mer
cer of Beulaville, Marjorie David,
Betty Blanchard and Joyce Whittle,
all of Warsaw and Evelyn ; Murray
Jr., and Grafeam Blanton of Rose
Hill. They will remain through
iuiy 20tn. j ... .
The Misses Sally , Newton, Gail
Newton, Sylvia Gooding and Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Newton attended a
family picnic in Kinston Sunday
at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Stacey
Boone. . More than thirty people
- Mr. and Mrs: Don" Snider and
their two ions, Jeffrey DaU and
cousins the Misses Gall and Sally, Laurel Springs.
Newton. During their visit they! Mrs. G. R. DaU entertained at
were luncheon guests of another .an informal at home on Mondiy
cousin, miss syivia uoodlng. , night In honor of her Houseguests,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Craft and 'Mr. and Mrs. Don Snider of Cleve-
Master Billy Craft spent the week I . ohl-
end In Greenville and Norfolk
Virginia. : , .
Miss Nancy Adams who is vlstr-
Mrs. Helen Cushman . returned
home on Sunday from Blowing
Kock where she attended the N. C.
inn her aunt Miss Manrt . wii. Press Association Convention. Oi
Hams, accompanied them to White Monday she went to Richlands to
Lake over the week end. I address the W S C S in the Meh-
Kobert Franklin . Williamson is odist Church.
epenaing several : days at Kure , r-
Beach at (the houseparty given by Jh.ei?
rars. tugene rynoall.
Emory Sadler, Jr., Mrs.i Emory
Sadler, Miss Barbara Mitchell and
Mrs. Louise Mitchell, left Wednes
day for the" mountains. They will
attend a" performance of 'Unto
Lieutenant Rudolph Hasty hss
returned from. Fort McClelan Ala
bama with the National Guard.
Mrs. Andrew Scott entertained
at a birthday dinner in honor of
her mother, Mrs. D. S. Williamson,
and her sister, Mrs. Harold Pre
cythe pf Faison. The three course
dinner was served to the honored
guests and others present were Mr.
D. S. Williamson, Mr. Harold Pre
cythe and Stewart Presythe of
Faison, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Shepard
of Wilmington and Stephen. Wil
liamson. Jimmie Jackson has left for
Camp Seagull at Arapahoe where
he will stay a month.
Johnny Helms was a week end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hol
lingsworth and Miss Theo Hollingi?
and Mrs: Robert Willis and
two daughters, the Misses
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Williamson
and Miss Mary Anne Williamson
of Richmond, Virginia, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Jones, Miss
Marjorie -Jones and , Master Ste
phen Jones spent the week end at
Wrlghtsville Beach. , .
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AIIIIOUIICIIIG NEW I
A representative of the telephone company foil
wall soon be in town to compile a new telephone !Sj
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iilialr vnnr 1itinr in the current sti
Kg directory 10 nuue sure uic; ace iuuc.. j u
njj wish any changes made, notify the business office Rjj
b now. ' " j
foil ' tITl.!1 A .lituilriMtf iTAiiii nMcnnt lictintrc raVix- 2?
BS riot consider extra listings. If your telephone
lU serves more than one person, extra listings can
j prove very vaiuauie. M
1 ' Our business office will be glad to give you jjji
M information on this convenient, low cost service. K
M Carolina Telephone And Telegraph Company p
Linda Lee and Patricia Ann Willis
have moved into .the Mitchell Allen
house. Dr. Willis will open his new
office about August 1.
Mrs. Vance Gavin who has been
ill for several weeks is improving.
Dr. and Mrs. Beecher Ward dit-
terson and David Sitterson have
moved from- La Crosse, Wisconsin
to Cincinnati. They will visit hi6
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sittt,--soh
in late September.
Mrs. Thad Jones had as house-
guests over the week end her two
sons, Dr. L. L. . Jones of Ports
mouth, Virginia and Harmon Jones
of Norfolk. Her daughter and
husband. Mr. and Mrs. John White
of Daytona Beach, Florida, are
visiting her this week with their
two children, Miss Helen White
and Johnny White, i
Mrs, J. R. Grady entertained on
Wednesday night at a birthday
supper for her mother, Mrs. Park
Pridgeon of Warsaw. Among those
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rod
ney J. Andrews of Jacksonville,
Florida, who are visiting relatives
in Duplin County. Mrs. Andrews fs
ivira. urrauy a sisei:. -.
Mrs. Louise Mitchell. Mrs. Wood-
row Brinson. and Polly and Woody
Brinson made a business trip to
uoidsDoro Monday. ,
Low Prices ComeTo
From Singing Of The
Heart Bess Hinson Hines
One of my good friends in Ken
ansville who is now at her home m
Highlands hak graciously given vne
permission to quote from her dau
ghter's dook oi poetry and I am
using four of my favorites. (I
wonder if the Kenansville people
miss Mi6s Bess Hines as much as
I do she always has a smile and
is filled with life and a zest for
life with imagination and a mar
velous sense of humor. Hurry
back, Miss Bess, some of our joy
here leaves us when you go. H.C.C.)
OLD SOUTHERN TOWN
In Kenansville, in Kenansville,....
Everything is old
The Autumn sunlight even
A mellow antique gold.
The sidewalks, long and shady,
Remember other days
When other footfalls trod
Their sweet familiar ways,
The houses, cool, colonial,
Sit back among the trees
About their fading shutters fall
The dying Autumn leaves.
In Kenansville, in Kenansville,
In the lingering days of fall
I listen to my elders talk, . , . ,
& hear their memories calli ::
This one of Bess Hinson Hine
that is our "Miss Bess' Daughter,
is one I have loved since I first
read it especially the last two
i ';; - ' Service' .'"';
f.i is always nouceauie uere ai out
store. We believe that good
will means a great deal in the .
success of a business suph as -'ours.
That's Why all of us hero ,
do our utmost to give you th-r :
Iflnji t4 aaalof onM that will aytatr- t
you want to come. back. ; r
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E. Z. Jones, Director of North
Carolina Council of Civil Defense,
Leader who was main speaker for
the southeastern district's Farm
and Home Agents Civil Defense
Training School at Carolina Beach
last Friday afternoon.
ORDER AUTHORIZING $82,000
BE IT ORDERED AND RESOLV
ED "by the Board of Commissioners
for the County of Duplin:
1. That bonds of Duplin Coun
ty, North CarolinaTbe issued, pur
suant to me county f inance act,
as amended, in an -amount not ex
ceeding $68,000 for the purpose of
refunding a like amount of the
principal of valid subsisting bond
ed indebtedness of said County
which was originally incurred be
fore January 1, 1929 'for the con
struction of roads and bridges :n
said County and is evidenced by
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated March 1, 1022, maturing
March 1, 1953,
$30,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated October 1, 1922, matur
ing October 1, 1S52.
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bondc,
dated April 1, 1927, maturing
April 1, 1953,
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated October 1, 1927. matur
ing October 1, 1952,
$8,000 Refunding Road and
Bridge Bonds, dated August 1,
1937, maturing February 1,
2. That bonds of Duplin County,
North Carolina, be issued, pursuant
to The County Finance Act, at
smMlriaH . In fin fiminnt Tint av.
ceeding $14,000 for the purpose, of
refunding a like amount of the
principal of valid subsisting bond
ed Indebtedness of said County
which was originally incurred by
the Board of Commissioners (as an
administrative agent of the State
in providing a. State system of pub
lic schools) for maintaing (he con
stitutional six months' school term
and is evidenced by the following
$5,000 School Bonds, dated Apr!!
1, 1928, maturing April 1, 1953,
$5,000 School Funding Bonds,
dated September 1, 1931, ma
turing September 1, 1952,
$2,000 Refunding School Bonds,
dated August l, 1937, matur
lng February i, 1953,
$2,000 School Building Bonds,
dated June 1, 1946, maturing
, June 1, 1953.
3. That a tax sufficient to pay
the principal and interest of the
$82,000 bonds herein authorized
when due, shall be. annually levied
4. - That the holders of the $82,
000 bonds herein authorized shall
be subrogated to all the rights and
powers of the holders of the in
debtedness refunded thereby.
: 5. That a statement of the Coun
ty .debt has been filed with the
clerk and is open, to public inspection.
, 6. That this order shall take ef
fect upon its passage and shall
not be submitted to the voters. '
The foregoing order was finally
passed on the 21st day of July,
wot, ana was iirsi puDusnea on
the 24th day of July. 1952.
Any action or proceeding quest
ioning uie validity of said order
must be commenced within thirty
days aner us tirst puDiication.
,. A. T. OUTLAW
Clerk, Board of Commissioners
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THRIFTY'S BECAUSE THRIFTY'S DEALS IN BANKRUPT STOCKS,
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Poems are the white moths born
Out of the smoky mist of dreams.
Poems are ttee Eagles torn
From the wind And' a light that
. streams . .
From the door of Heaven, left ajar
By the gods as they entered space.
A Poem is a look that once
I found upon your face.
Drink the red, red wine of life
When the offer's made .
If you wait until tomorrow . '
It may be lemonade!
I am a millionaire I own
The starry skies, from pole to pole
countless gleaming coins
In the treasury of my soul.
An average loan rate of S0.6
cent ner nnund for 1052 ernn flim-
cured tobacco anjl a schedule of
rates oy graaes nave oeen announc
ed by the U. S. Department of Aari-
culture. V . -. .--v .-..-y
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SHOP AT 'THRIFTY'S'
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Men's Shorts 44cu
Diaoers Dz. $1.99:
Boy's Dungarees,. $1.4!
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Lhildren s Moccasins y.m c m,s i
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Children's Sandals $1.06,
adies Brassiers 39c
s Bonnets 39c
in Material Yd. 20c
Bis Wash Suits :..,$1.0fi
Children's Play Suits 88c
adies' Garter Belts 48c
's Pajamas 88c
Chenille Rugs .,.$1.00
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