THE DUPLIN TIMES. KENANSVUAE, N. C, THURSDAY, ATL'-'ii 13, I:
(Intended for last week)
' ' Mrs; T. F. Sanderson and daugh
ten, Nellie,' Ka? ; and Thomisene,
all made a business trip to Golds
. bora last Tuesday afternoon sight-.
.' seeing, and a spec of shopping. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sanderson and).
' children, Cynthia, Elwln and Pam-
ilia of Greenville, and Miss Patsy
: Sharpe of Norfolk, Vs., were visit-
jne Relatives last week-end after
,; I 'ort stay in Wilmington with
Ynfnds, attending Azalea Festival
-last week.-. - ' -
Mr. Clyde Futreal, i Miss Nellie
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' of Eion were out at Wallace last
. Monday attending a movie at Pen
1 Len Drive-In Theatre. Or so they
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Mr, I Register of Norfolk, Va.,
was a last week-end visitor with
relatives and Mr, and Mrs. O. Reg-
-' ister and family.
Miss Margaret Brinkley returned
. last week from a Wilmington hos-
; pital where she lost her "appendix."
She is recuperating nicely at her
Miss Elazebeth Morton, daughter
ot Mr. ' and Mrs. Rodolph Morton,
just back from a Wilmington hos
pital where she had an emergency
operation for her appendix, also.
What goes," girls? i Ganging up on
v appendix like that! ' .
' Mrs. Billie Brinkley made a spe
' cial trip to Wilmington last week
with friend to visit 'Miss Elazebeth
. Morton whjle she was a patient at
1 the hospital.
f Mrs. Leonard Lanier is happily
. received recently with her new pa
. per route each afternoon here's
hoping her much success with" her
' new Job.'
Jean Sanderson, U. S. Navy, spent
; . the past week-end at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. San
derson and family.
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.her family and friends While a brief
: lull at the school.
' The W.M.U. was well represented
. . last week at its annual convention
at Piney Grove by about fourteen
; of its members . from Chinquapin
being present at the "All-Day" ses
sion. Mrs. Gordon Maddrey, 'presi
dent, and Mrs. Mayo, Home Mis
sionary, principal speaker. Dinner
was served and a large crowd at
The Training Union at Baptist
' Church held through Monday to
Friday was well attended last week
by our members.
Time has been changed for Bap
tist church servioes and Training
Union meetings, last week from: 7
to 8 p. m. Training Union services,
and Church Services from 8 p. m.
to D p. -m. on regular Sunday eve-
nings. Come and bring a friend, or
Men in Service
Last month's service for prayers
an letters was James Earl Lanier,
. ot Mr, and Mrs. Archie Lanier
month's, is -Freddy Futreal,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolph Fu-
'treal letters are urged written to
"Freddy, all who wish address in-
formation will be given by his par
J ents and on Board in church.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ives of Tar
' boro" spent the week-end recently
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Ives and other members
"of their family. ,
Mrs. Van Bradham who has had
a long seige of intestinal Hue and
winter colds is able to be out and
to church once again. - -'
Mrs. Mollie Brinkley, who has
been ill at her home, is glad to re
port that she can be up and abodt
once again. .
. Sorry, too, .to hear that the six
months daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Kilpatrlck has been In an
oxygen tent in a Wilmington hos
pital suffering from a severe case
of pneumonia. Here's hoping she is
well .improved by now.
The' Rev;. Van Murrell, is doing
fine . with his new watch!'' He
preaches such a good sermon the
time .flies but he keeps his eyes
on the NEW watch! Anyway! V
' A very special? social event took
place here Sat. night,. March 27th,
at the Baptist : Church, where a
"covered dish" supper was served
at a , surprise for the pastor, The
Rev. Van Murrell, celebrating his
birthday. . Mr." Murrell was present
ed a handsome . Bulova watch as
a gift by the members of the event.
Naturally, Mr, Murrell was left al
most, 1 "Speechless" for wants ,of
words of appreciation but,- as us
ual he thought of the nicest words
of thanks; but, if I were "watched"
with a nice Bulova Watch I'd be
speechless too. ,
Mrs. Van Murrell wishes to im
press on al the young folks and
their parents, to please make spe
cial effort to' get the. Juniors out
at 3:30 r). m. Saturdays for their
practice. Mary Esther Futreal as
sisting. . - - '
The adult choir of Baptist church
meets every Wednesday night ai
7 p. m. All who are interested in
our Easter Sunrise Program, is es
pecially urged to attend this choir
meeting, and let's have one of the
most impressive services ever held
here at Easter Service. Preparations
are being made now to attain that
goal. Here's hoping everyone who
wish, will attend.
Mrs. Sam Bostic and small son,
Joe made a business trip to Wil
mington last week and doing a bit
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams re
turned last week from Washington,
D. C, where they attended the
wedding of his daughter, Joyce Wil
liams. Miss Williams has been em
ployed at Washington for the past
year or so.
Miss Lucy Edwards of Elon and
Greensboro College for Women left
for her home Wednesday after
spending a few days visiting with
Miss Nellie Sanderson, who's out of
school for a few day s,
Mr. Leon Sanderson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Sanderson, has been
indisposed from colds and strept
throat here's hoping he will soon
be OK again and back to school.
Mrs. Ida Bostic has returned
home after visiting with her daugh
ter, in Rocky Mount, with Mrs.
Adrean Teachey and family.
TACTS AS I SEE IT"
Speaking of. Education: some of
the "High School Quitters" should
have their heads examined . . . .
and study either of the two unusual
cases on file of the Indiana Board
of Governors. They really have a
problem. One, an inmate of the
hospital for the criminally insane,
wrote in, NOT to restore him San
ity, until he had finished a book he
was writing. A prisoner at the
State Prison requested a "with
drawal of his petition for clemency
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' How Upside-down life is for most
of the people in this world! Oppor
tunities are so wasted on some peo
ple, while wasted talent is' often
hidden in dreamers hoping, for a
chance. . We juBt can't seem to un
derstand LIFE at all. .
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We know that Spring is really
here now that the "Spring Peepers"
(tiny frogs) are' here for .the next
few months, They are the world's
tiniest vertebrate animals while
their voices are in proportion . to
our sizes a man weighing 160 lbs.
could be heard 12,800 miles 'away!
Fifteen of them weighing an ounce
imagine all that noise being heard
half a mile away from such a tiny
body. But did you know they had
an X or cross1 on his back? Scient
ists name it, "The Hyla-Crucifer."
In English Crossbearer! We do
know that there are plenty of them,
no matter what they mean.
They, are almost as interesting' as
the Tom cat who took off each
Monday evening at the same time
to wander a few blocks and watch
a game of Bingo . . , makes us won
der just WHO was , playing , that
game of Bingo! We all might learn
a lot from animals if we would stu
dy them carefully "enough, their
simple life. At least, they don't
have High Blood or many of the
symptoms we humans have.
The saddest laugh of the' week:
The wife of a poor bread-winning
husband, was severely clouted over
the atom for failing to get all ex
cited about the new pair of Nylons
she had purchased on her shopping
spree just because they were emp
ty! Who's, fault? Was it the wife,
the husband, or the empty stocking?
Are you suffering from a malady,
usually called Inferior Complex?
Or lack of confidence in yourself?
If so, try to analyze yourself, find
out why, or try; DON'T TALK TOO
MUCH (as I do), don't use two
words when ONE will do or ONE
when NONE will do. A very impor
tant thing can occur by reading
and CONSECRATING on a special
verse of theBible (Philippians TV,
13). "'I can' do all things through
Christ which strengthened me."
Faith can do wonders and work
miracles with us. Without Faith,
we are afraid, feel inferior and ac
tually shrink from life itself. We
usually find ourselves either in- "an
ear full of troubles," or in "a mind
full of peace." Most of us fail to
realize the speed we drive our
selves daily, which destroys, oar
physical body and wears out pur
minds and very souls, resulting' in
There's MAGIC in just being
one's self . . . believing in yourself
and God. Always expect the best,
not the wot st. Be natural, and save
yourself lots of mental sickness.
Pet Peeve of the Week: Come
home from a shopping for groceries
take up all I can possibly carry
without dumping on the ground
By VERA WINSTON
DOTS have dash again, what
with the advent of huge saucer
like Jobs, rather than mere pin
heads. Saucer-dotted silk shan
tung done in rose with navy dots
makes up into a youthful a
fresh little dress. The slim bodice
Is marked by a scoop neckline
and it closes with jeweled but
tons. The skirt is composed of
impressed pleats and there is a
rose colored leather belt. Good
choice for dating;. ,
scramble to the door,
to find it
If you ever have that old tired
feeling, but want to give your EGO
a pat on the back just remember
that your ELBOW is turned the
Grady Mercer and ob" Grady
two Gradys in a row running
nip and tuc' for a special seat are
depending on their "supporters" to
remember ' them later on in the
season when the voting time is
ripe. So, don't wait for them to
have to pat each other on their
backs help them along by your
vote. "Just who's going to fill their
places that could do better, or how
can we know how well they can
serve the' county,, unless by your
votes, you give them their chance
of the office of their choice?
Did you hear the "Gag" about
the burglar awakened and fright
ened the family into hysterics
then the, husband began laughing
and laughing at the burglar until
he'd become numb numb in his
tracks while the husband told him
his wife was ahead of him she
had gone through his pockets!
For Easter Dinner
Did you know that . Eater now
ranks as the, , third biggest turkey
day of the year? -
Easter time is turkey time, for all
oyer America the turkey will be
pn parade. According to W. C. Mills,
State College poultry specialist,
turkey are special bargains in your
neighborhood meat market, ' and
they come in most, any size you
want. There is a size for ' every
oven, every pocketbook, every fam
ily. ' .
One of the good features about
today's turkey is its variety. The
big, meaty, tender, young turkeys
from 12 to 25 pounds are ideal for
roasting - f or . that extra festive
occasion. And the new-type small
turkeys for medium-sized and small
families are ideal for roasting,
broiling, brasing or frying.
With a plentiful supply of small
fryer-roaster turkeys on the market
this spring, what could be nicer
than broiled turkey for your Easter
Select the number of small fryer
roaster turkeys you'll need for din
ner. They come in ready-to-cook
sizes of from four to ten pounds.
For broiling, slit the birds in half
lengthwise and remove the neck,
keel bone, and wing tips.
Place the turkey halves or quar
ters i na broiling pan which will
help keep the meat moist. Brush
thoroughly .with butter or other
table fat. Season with salt and pep
per. Flatten the halves with the
side down. Place the pan in broiler
so surface is seven to nine inches
from the heating unit. Then broil
slowly for 40 to 45 minutes until
bird is browned,' Turn turkey so
that the skin side is up' and broil
fer an additional 30 to 40 minutes.
Because turkey is both economical
and glamorous, it is becoming a
year-round favorite. Whether you
eat at home or in a restaurant, plan
to eat turkey this Easter.
Farmer Finds Pays
To Mix Fertilizers
When the price of farm products
is falling and the prices paid by
farmers are rising there is a natur
al tendancy to eut costs by cutting
down on fertilizer. If lowering fer
tilizer costs is done at the expense
of over-all soil fertility a mistake
is being made.
These'are the sentiments of agri
cultural leaders and many progres
sive farmers. Many are finding it
profitable to use high analysis ma
terials such as 33 per cent amonium
nitrate, 48 and 62 per cent phosphate
and 60 per cent potash and mix
their own required analysis.
One such farmer is Milton Moretz
of. Watauga County. L. E. Tuck
willer. County agent for the State
College Extension Service, says
Moretz mixes all his own fertilizer
For corn at planting he uses 100
pounds of 33 per cent nitrogen,. 100
pounds of 48 per cent phosphate and
100 pounds of 60 per cent potash.
This gives him the equivalent of
more than 500 pounds of 5-10-10.
His cost is about $9.85, while 500
pounds of 5-10-10 would cost about
With his own mix he gets 33 lbs,
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of nitrogen, 48 pounds of phosphate
and 60 pounds of potash. With
5-10-10 he would get 25 pounds of
nitrogen, 50 pounds Of phosphate
and 50 pounds of potash. Thus he
gets eight pounds more .nitrogen,
two" pounds less phosphate, and 10
pounds more .potash for $3.90 less
per acre, by mixing his own. '
For blue grass pastures he uses
100 pounds ot 62 per cent phosphate
and 100 pounds 60 per cent potash.
This gives him the equivalent of
more than 400 pounds of an 0-14-14
per acre at a cost of $4.72. The cost
of the 0-14-14 would be approximate
ly $10. Saving would be $6.18 per
For alfalfa he uses 100 pounds
62 per cent phosphate and 200
pounds 60 per cent potash per acre.
Cost on this is $7.72 per acre. In ad
dition he uses 35 pounds of borax
per acre' every other year which
costs approximately $1. Thus his
yearly cost would be $8.52. Savings
this case amount to $4.48 per
acre based on 500 pounas 0--z7
These examples of savings are
ypical of what many demonstra
tion farmers are doing, says Tuck
Afiller. But often many fail to con
vert high analysis fertilizers to
meet soil test recommendations.
under the 1953 acreage.
, North Carolina tobacco growls
are expected to plant 638,000 acres
of fluecured leaf this year, about
2 per cent smaller than the .1S-
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Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief This
Gentle Vegetable Laxative Way! -'
For constipation, r take harsh drugs.
They cause brutal cramps and griping, "
disrupt normal bowel action, make ro
'peated 'doses seem neede .
Get sun but gentk relief when yon .
are temporarily constipated.' Take Dt. I
Caldwell's Senna laxative contained ia '
Syrup Pepsin. No salts, no harsh drugs. .
Dr. Caldwell's contains an extract of
Senna,' mi of the fiuist natural ptgttabb p.
laxatives known to medicine.
Dr. Caldwell's Senna laxative tastes
cood,1 gives gentle, comfortable, saris- ,
tying relief for every member of, the '
family. Helps you get "on schedule" !
without repeated doses. Even relieves
stomach sourness that constipation
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I to Styling.
From clothes and hemlines, to cars and
' color schemes they insist on a fresh new
. look and afresh new change and anything
else' won't do.
So it's easy to see why the gals bless 'em!
have been going for Buick in a great big
way going for the glamorous modernity'
of these new-day automobiles ever since
the first public showing a few short months
From the beginning, they've been going
, , for the sleeker, longer, lower lines the
. futuristic shaping of the new windshields
the stunning decor of the striking new
fabrics the clean simplicity of the new
' instrument panels. , .
But you ought to see how they go for the
gay new car models in Buick's Spring
Fashion Show! Fresh new Convertibles,
Rivieras and Estate Wagons never before
available and in gorgeous new summer,
colors never shown before!
And you ought to see how they go as the
the beautiful buy
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amort, spirited and available In gargewt mr wmmv coi'or
men certainly do for the thrilling new
V8 power, the buoyant new ride, the
superb new control, and the almost effort
less handling ease that are all part and
parcel of every new 1954 Buick.
Why not visit our Spring Fashion Show
and see for yourself the fresh new tomor
row that's here now in today's Buick?
TheA we can show you the prices that
make this beauty the buy of the year.
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