N. C. T2X359AY, APRIL S 1954
. s. Junea G. Eivlson, Correapendefti
1 fir last week)
. J tlrs. Charles Rlvenbark
4 their ton Chattel Fitxhugh,
; iurday evening at .their home
; ving a party celebrating hit
. Lirthday JJ,jv.i,. iT-'''
i.isa Cynthia Bryan met the guest
t the door and Mrs. Ivic Minton
ected them . to - register. Mrs.
, : venbark entertained with garnet
and television, then Invited them
into the dining room. The decorated,
candlelighted cake with gift pack
ages tied with multi-colored ribbon
formed the center, arrangement tor
the table. The hofteef serve ' pota
to chips, cake, ice cream and lemon
ade. Charles' 78 year old grandmother,
lira. Ilia Bradshaw of Wallace has
attended every one of his birthdays
throughout the years. Those present
were: Mitt Cynthia Byran, Mrs.
Lois Minton, Mrs. Ella Bradshaw,
Alvin , and Johnie Bryan, : . Sylvia
Carter and Tommy Minton of Wal
lace; Jerry and Dwlght Grady, Joe
Dixon and ) Donald Bredgen of
Beautancus; Kathleen Bradshaw of
Faison; Francis Turner, Janet Flow
ra, Jimmy Pate. Paul Cathy and,
- Harold Nunn, Tinker TUton, Eliza
beth Walter, Sheron Parker, Meg
Lewis, Judy Tadteck, Judy Kee-
, baugh, Claudette Rouse, Laura Ann
Sutton and J. A. Davis.
WMU Met Monday
for last week)
Willi nf thelRantist Church met !
Monday night in the home of Mrs.
Lonnie Joyner wife Mrs. James
Joyner co-hostess. Mrs. C. R. Best
presided and conducted the devo
tional using the Resurrection as her
theme. The program was in charge
of Mrs. J. R. Turner and her topic
was Medical Missions in South
America. -" '
The hostess served ice cream and
Y of C Meeting
J-'f (Intended tor1 last week)
The Women of the Church met
Tuesday night in the home of Mrs.
Leoe Flowers with Mrs. Helen Pig
ford assisting. .
-Mrs. ?. B. Strickland, president
presided; The devotional was given,
by 'Mrs. 'Geneva Roberts. She used
the theme "Stop, Look and Listen"
ending with a chain of Prayer. The
secretary,. Mrs, Tommy Hollowell
was asked .to send cards to an shut
ins also to send sympathy cards.
The program was i in charge, of
Mrs. James Dickson, her topic be
ing "What the Resurrection Means
to ,Me".: The meeting closed with
prayer ,by Mrsj J. Rj Maxwell.
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Boats - Fishing, Sport or Cruisers Motors
Eyinrude 3 hp. to 25 tip.
Trailers Gators All Sizes
iuuu ; f gales and
:: nun tMUUM .Hui,
jjv !)im .aotl j.-mi.'; .onii .i
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rove tzizt trucks letter rfeal!
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231 North Norwood St
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. v (Intended for kut week)
Sunbeams of the Baptist Church
met Monday evening with the adult
leaders. The devotional was Luke
19:2-17, Jesus '"vends out; seventy.
Sentence prayers were, made. .The
Mrs. Alex Sanderson was hostess
and served refreshments, then en-1
tertained with an Easter egg hunt
on the church lawn.
H.D.C. Met Friday
'Y ': (Intended for last week) :
The Home Demonstration Club of
Calypso met Friday evening at the
American Legion Hut with Mrs.
M. a Sutton, Mrs. Lola Martin
and Mrs, Geneva .. Roberts as co-
Mrs. C L. Sloan, president,, pre
sided. The meeting opened by ting
ing "The Old North. State". Mrs.
Charles Rlvenbark conducted the
devotional.' She used the theme,
"Resurrection' displayed in poetry.
Mia. Pauline Johnson, County H. D.
Agent.- gave the demonstration on
professional methods of clothing.
Mrs. Adrian Davis, music leader,
gave, a talk on humorous and spiri
tual music Mrs. James Wolf, house
furnishing leader, presented placis
for placing heavy pieces of furni-
Mrs. Owen Sutton, 4-H Club lead
er reported that they are stressing
welcoming strangers in church and
town as their April project'
During the social hour the recre
ation lea-'sr, Mrs.' Ramon Weeks,
entertained the members. The hos
tesses served ice cream and cake.
(Intended for last week)
The Adelphian Club met Friday
evening for the regular monthly
meeting in the home of Mrs. Dorothy
Albritton with Mrs. R. L. Cox, as
The meeting was called to order
by Mrs. James G. Dickson. The
devotional was conducted by Mrs.
C. L. Sloan, using the Crucifixion;
as her tVeme.
The secretary, Mrs. C. R. Best
called the roll and each member I
responded with a gardening hint
given to her by the hostess. The
Independence Hall bank was pass
ed., The donation will be used for
rebuilding Independence Hall in
The members decided to compete
for; the Fannte Chase Station award
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'"-Usrjttlht hijhtstvatoM fntilsMry, '
Dmt trttM-aW sHB 'pViceff Wtfh' tfrts l" "
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f anx.Jryckrt Sharpegt turpjng.,,
jJMft amldaiWMBts'fcjItjihaddap .-in
. ie i bettandeil :m cam m rat a teetiii
driw and1r yMartelf: iiimiuoiiu .1
tii )t inmiunvm . iti. ri
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mCT:dy! :ril :tii
I this year. It was won by the Adel
phian Club in 1849, given by Amer
ican: Home Department and ' the
Mrs. a Clay Williams cup to be
awarded in ' Art Department
The project chairman for the Finer
Carolina Contest ; reported all ar
rangements had been made for the
"Good Friday Union Service" to be
held , in ' the , Baptist. Church. . Co
werkera were appointed for i the
cancer campaign as follows: Mrs.
Jack Herring. Mrs. William Davis,
Mrs., Herman Berwick. Mrs. C, R.
Best, Mrs Hays Hurdle and Mrs,
Edward Lewis. 'J '
The program was given by Mrs.
William Davis. She Used . Easter
Flow Chairman of
Literature, Mrav Mack Broadhurst
(and Mrs. Tom Byrd, presented the
members with the 1954-55 year book,
most attractive in green covers de-
I signed by Miss Sarah Byrd and
compiled by Mrs. June Grimes. The
members gave a rising vote of
thanks to the chainan. After the
social hour in which the hostess
carried out Easter legends in serv
ing colors with mints, pound cake
and pineapple Sundae.
The hostess took the members on
a tour of her gardens where the
Aneomnet, pa rules, azaleas and ca
mellias were gorgeous in their
(Intended for last week)
Mr. and Mrs. Needham Sloan and
daughter, Macy Vivian of Carolina
Beach, were week end guests of
Mrs. S. D. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lambert
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Uzzell were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sneed of
Chapel Itll were dinner guest of
Mrs. Geneva Roberts Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sellers and
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sellers and
daughter, Joe, visited the Laurel
Lake Gardens Sunday.
Mrs. E. T. Register accompanied
by Mrs. Luby BeU of Mt Olive
made a tour of nurseries last week,
including Orton, Airlie, Winter
Park, Burgaw and Whiteville.
Mrs. H. B. Kornegay and Mrs.
E. T. Register visited Laurel Lake,
Mrs. W. H. Hurdle has returned
from Cleveland, Miss, where she
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Eddie Berry who is critically ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitfield of
Golds bo ro were guests of Mrs. Patsy
Mr. amd Mrs; Carl Kilgo, A C.
."hillips of Rocky Mount and Ken
neth Wilson of Magnolia were guects
of Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Sanderson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhodes of
Norfolk were guests' of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Davis Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips of
Raleigh were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Dickson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McLamb of
Clinton were dinner guests Of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Register. Sunday.
Mrs. W. R. Westbrook of Wilson
is spending some time with her
mother Mrs. John Nunn who is
H. B. Kornegay of Bowman Gray
Medical School, Winston-Salem
spent the week end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Ktrnegay.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Smith and
children, Nathan and Dinah of Snew
Hill, were dinner guests of Mn and
Mrs,, Nathan Tadlock, Sunday.
Mrs. Cora , Spivey and Frank
Whale;- of Kenly were guest of
Mr.-s'd Mrs, Charles Sloan Thurs
day night. , ., ( ,. ,f ,
Mr. and Mrsi ' M. ti. ' Whitfield
and Wi. Lillie Ritcji of Durham
ere week end "guests of Mr. and
Hn Ramon Cashwell.
jriss Eva Jacques Strickland ac-i
ffhiedf by Mf W MMiSgtefcT
StiHcktirW if M Oflve'ttave- gorte
to viU Mr. -and Mrs. Millard Strick-
hiitd of Kanshs CitjC MJ I tf.Tl v
Mr H. C. Cook -6f Atkinsdri fsk
visiting, her son. an4 family . Mr.
and MrfH. C. Cook this weel,,
Mr an4,Mrs.-,Rruce Grice jSnd
son, Bruce S . were dinner guests
of Mr and , Mrs. , Jesse Grice Sunday.
MSf aak Mrs. ,5Edward-Kennedy
wes-e dinner , guest of Mrs. , Jennie
Lambes,Sundayf.,; .,.,fli.:. ,v.,.t-,
MlC'a'nd 'Mrs:' ij.' H. Wiggins ,of
Martin ville. Vail' Were overnight
guests of' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Slean,
Tti'esday."-1'- '" A'-y
A-JC'Jac& Dafvis of Latigley' Field,
Vai 'speht 'tte week end'' yitfr -his1
motbir1, Mrs."S. D, DaWs.1'"- -",v
We "IM&s? A'lbMHon- WTaWighl
MMs MWfyberte Byrd,lM'Dufm and
Mtf-and-MrS BeMi'HerlHng 'and
ciMreHaf GWdsboro were - dinner
guests bf Mr. aWd,Mri',M.IR: Ben-'
(Mr. iRBd .iMctii'iBi' B'lnWilsani-of
tUpgnoUa. are, iViai ting MMii BeulatL
who iSr,riUcaUy5iii,i w 'hictii
Mr. : atvi-.Mssi Baui :iGrire i-wkce
fUhin&iafc Topsail Mondayumi -ul i
We are happy to . weltoma.iMrj
W- ,an4r.MrS-.1W. i1 S eance.
Bffl, Rose ,and oiwBmy.,.ware,, din.
nSr u(?.Pf W..fl.Mrsi Robert,
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he rieht .thanhis .oninion .is iirorth.
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IN S EH VI CE
' WILLIAM H. KENNEDY '
24 TH DIV, KOREA . William A
Kennedy, son of Mrs. Mattie C
Kennedy, Route 1, BeUlavllle, N, C
was recently oromoted to corporal
while serving with the Mth Infantry
Division In Korea. ;
The "Victory" division first land
ed in Korea in July 1990 and spent
19 months in combat before going
to Japan for security duty. It re
turned to the peninsula shortly be
fore the cease fire.' -:.- ,'.
Corporal Kennedy, who arrived
oyerseat during March 1953, : is a
member of the 63r Field Artillery
Battalion's Service Battery. He holds
the Bronze Star Medal, Combat In
fantryman Badge and the Good
Conduct Medal. ,
FFC. HIAWATHA WOOTEN
2D J3V KOREA - Pfc. Hiawatha
Wooten, ,2J, whose wife, Lena, and
parents, Mr. . and Mrs. Theodore
Wooten, live on Route S, Mount
Olive, 14. C, was recently transferr
ed to the 2nd Infantry Division in
Wooten had been serving as a
driver with the 43th Infantry Divi
sion which is being returned to the
U. S. He wiU finish his Korean tow:
of duty with the 2d Division, now
training to maintain combat effici
Private First Class Wooten enter
ed the Army in November 19S2 and
received basic training at Camp
CPU FAISON M. E. ODOM. JR.
3D DIVISION- KOREA - Army
Cpl. Faison M. E. Odom, Jr., 22,
whose father lives on Route 3, Mt
Olive. N. C, recently Joined the 3d
infantry Division in Korea.
The "Rock of the Maine" division
which saw bitter fighting in the
Iron Triangle and at Outpost Harry,
is now training as part of the U. S.
security force on the peninsula.
Corporal Odom, a cook, entered
the Army in December 1952.
RICHARD C. CASHWELL
1ST DIV, GERMANY Richard
C Cashwell, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Cashwell, Calypso, N. C,
was recently promoted to corporal according to State College special
while serving with the 1st Infantry j ists. However, those who have not
Division in Germany. ,re adviged to use four ounces of
The only American division to re-
mam in Europe since World War
11. the 1st Infantry is receiving in-
tensive training as part of the U. S.
Seventh Atoty."., ; ' j j ;
Corporal Cashwell, who arrived
overseas last May, is a cook in Bat."
tery A of, fjte djyisldnt 48tfi -'Antl- '
Aircraft Artillery ""Battalion He en-
tered the Army in December 19S2
and completed basic training at Fort
PVT. HERBERT L. DOBSON
FT. SAM HOUSTON,. Texas pvL
Herbert Lee Dobson, son of Mr
James Dobson of Route 3, Rose Hill,
N. C, his reported to Brooke Army
Medical Center for advanced basic
training at the Medical Training
He will be prepared for duty with
the Army Medical Service at the
Army's only basic training center
for medical corpsmen and combat
aidmen. The Medical Training Cen
ter offers intensive instruction in
field medical care and hospital ward
management, , and trainees , make
practical application of their instrur
:tion during a field problem con
iucted for five days, undea simulat
The Medical Training Center" is
ne of seven units at Brooke Army
Medical Center, largest medical ac
tivity in the Army. Here the Medi
cal ServW cirries' ori Virtually ali
phases of professional and' technical
training in militarjr medicine, -as
well as patient treatment and re
search. --' '
Dobson nted the Arm last Jan
uary . ...
BOBBY: O. CHESTNCTT '
SAN, DIEGO,. Calif. (FHTNO
The US$ Rogers and . Beusell are
"i"' ' return nere April 17th
rroo a tour of duty in the Far East.
Aboard the raoac, pieke destroyer
uaa ogers is Bobby fi.r Chestnutt,
boatswain's mate eaman.'USN. son
of Met.1 Emily Boyette'of Route 1
Rose.HWv re " v mu::v.,t ::
The Bauseil is coinplcting her
mtn cruise- wtth UN forces. She
Is flagship of Destroyer rbiVison 12.
ln"?ffW.'t completing:) her:
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9UESTION: What U cenUpede
.. ANSWER: It's low creep lawn
grass that does well on almost any
kind of soil. Its scientific name is
Eremochloa ophiuroides. It will
grow well in the sua and does
reasonably well in ' the shade. , Its
main claim is that it remains close
to the ground and requires little
mowing. The worst objection to it
is that it browns over at the first
frost of winter and remains so until
spring growth starts. Seed of centi
pede grass are now becoming avail
able. If you can get them seed them
in AprU. However, the usual prac
tice is to start centipede grass from
roots planted In April and May. "
QUESTION: How can I keep crab-
grass and cockleburt out of my
And Control Time
Reports indicate that farmers in
most of this section are making
good, progress in the , process of
transplanting tobacco this week.
Good weather last week hat .step
ped up the growth of tobacco plants,
and It appears that the crop will be
set out during the preferred trans
The supply of plants is reported
at ample and in fair to good condi
tion in all this area.
Most plant-beds are reported to
be generally free of disease. Blue
mold, held in check by control
measures, is reported to be present
in a very small number of plant
Farmers are urged by State Col
lege Service to continue their blue
mold control program until trans
planting is completed. Experiments
have proved there is no foundation
to the belief that tobacco plants will
live better if they have recovered
from an attack of the disease.
Wire Wenas '
Farmers who have used broad
cast fumigation do not need to carry
other further wire worm control
chlordane 40 or SO per cent wettable
powder In SO gallons of water; four
ounces of 25 per cent wettable pow-
der aldrln to 50 gallons of water.
Heptachlor also may be used at the
rate of four ounces of 25 per cent
wettable powder to 50 gallons ;bf
water. Only lindane is recommended
as an emulsion; all other materials
are recommended as wettable pow-
Many farmers In this section is
reported to have suffered consider
able damage last year ' from ' cut
worms. vThey may be controlled by
dusting with 10 per cent DDT or by
using a bait of wheat bran and
paris green or chlordane.
The application of DDT to the
tobacco plants before pulling them
will assure proper control of flea
beetles during their early stage of
life in the field, particularly during
the first 10 days.
- qnijded ffTasl week?
MRS. JANNELLE P. HOIXOMAN
.JFAJSO) Funeral services for
Mrs. Jannell. P. Hollonoan. who died
in Bylers Hospital in' S. C. follow
ed 'an imtomdbih accident Sanday,
were, eonducted: iM; Faisen Presby
terian Church Wednesday t. ipm..
with iKe' Rev. Taylor O. riyrd, offi
ciating: Ipternierrf was in me Falsbs
cemetery.' Surviving e.:henhus-
bandV Jaroes TD.- HolJoiriai. pt .Bow
men J.' fcer iPare,nsc Sojomati; . and
Francis Parrish Powell of Faison;
one brotfjer,, Solom8n.,IIe,i( Powell
pf ( Faisoji; fpur. iters,; EUen, Ahn,
Rebbeca 'and Julia, all of Faison;
her maternal Vgrand'mothef,' Mrs.
Lannie Parrlshj.of Faison .
'''"Hets: patsy- p.1;nunn!.:i :
'-Mrs. Patty Price Nunn;' 'widow
ofrjohnTiw'. Nunn;' aiedJ Wednesday
atl;U"a.mi.'ttt her! home in rCalypso.
John- jjjole fit ) Carojna, each,) fMrs.
i-tMnnuJ- f rv;r riaaiu
t 7 'lMfitiwi r''iul ar ;jir
li i)T, TftS.3X.:iV'i.-&
Ijrjj '.trim:. ifffMi
"i,: ZuuvviU 'tub I' OTKJi
t$mt V'JA uik v&o-lf.'l x; :vji;
ANSWER: With 2,4-D .you can
control crabgrass, cockelbura, morn
ing glory pigweed, lambsquarter and
ragweed. Use pre-emergence spray,
spraying surface of soil five to seven
days after planting or Just before
corm emerges. Use Wt pounds of
2,4-D per acre on sandy soils, ltt
pounds on clay toils and two pounds
on muck toils. Do not cultivate or
disturb the soil until the corn it 14
inches tall or' until weeds appear.
Plant corn at least one inch deep.
Avoid pre-emergence ; applications
on extremely sandy sails. Injury to
stand may occur if heavy rains fol
low the application before the corn
comet . up. Poor weed 'I control It
likely under dry conditions.
W. R. Westbrook of Wilson and Mrs.
Roy E. Davit of Calypso. Funeral
services were held at the home
Thursday at S pjn. with the Rev.
T. N. Cooper of Bethel, formerly of
Calypso officiating, assisted by the
Rev. M. M. Turner, pastor of the
Calypso Baptist Church of which
Mrs. Nunn was a member. Burial
was in the Calypso cemetery.
MRS. EMMA MITCHELL
Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 83, of Pink
HilL died Wednesday afternoon in
Parrott Memorial Hospital at Kins-
ton. Surviving are one ton, H. M.
Mitchell of Pink Hill; .one sister,
Mrs. Cora Whitman of Kenansville,
Route 1; and two, granchildren.
Graveside, services and burial were
in the Grady family, cemetery near
Pink Hill at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
Mrs. Mitchell waa a member of
Pearsall's Chapel Methodist Church.
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
AUTHORITY AS THE administrator
of the estate of S. E. Teachey. de
ceased, the undersigned will offer
for tale for cash on Saturday, May
15. 1954, at the hour of 9:30 A.M.
at the residence of the S. E. Teachey
located in Albertson Township,
North Carolina, the following arti
cles of personal property to wit:
AU household and kitchen .furni
ture, 'belonging to Si E-i'Tefchey,
deceased, consisting of beds, tables.
Al faring tmplimenU ;?t every
type an, description consisting of
corn planter. , fertilizer , distributor
and any other farming tools. , r .
Advertised this the 23rd day of
April, 1954. n;;,
Paul Lee, administrator of the
estate of S. E. Teachey, deceased
Albertson, N. C.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney :
Kenansville. N. C. '
S-13-3t h e p.
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an audience - but when money talks
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The man who insists he is always
right is deceiving nobody but him-
Tradition it fine thing If used
t set a course in life not as an
anchor. J ' . '
1 Just because a man leads a double
life it no sign he will live twice at
long, 1 ' "
Some girlt are reluctant to play
ball with a guy until he gets a
. Happiness comet to those who
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