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Mr. W. L. Hamnet Education
.Representative of the Wildlife Re
source Commission of Raleigh was
guest speaker, at the Kenansville
Garden Club on Monday ' evening.
May 24, in the home of Mrs. C B.
Guthrie Sr. Mr. Hamnet was Intro
duced by s Mrs. Carolyn Outlaw,
Chairman ot the program Commit-
- Mr. Hamnet showed films in wild
flowers, he also showed a few films
on birds. With each slide he gave
'an interesting and informative talk.
Mr. Hamnet stated there were
1 40,000 different specie of wild
flowers native to the United States,
further stating that North Carolina
has as many beautiful wild flowers
at California, t , ,
Speaking briefly on wild flowers
and birds, Mr. Hamnet gave the
'following facta of interest. . .
The Venus Fly Trap, 'state floral
wonder, is found, in only one place
in the United States. This plant is
located in Pender County. '
There are over 300 species of
violets in the world, nearly 100 of
tbeiri are found in this country,
i Trailing Arbutea or May Flower,'
.state flower of Massachusetts, only
PINK HILL, N. C.
'Sunday, June 6th ,-
"ROAD TO BALI"
Blng Crosby - Bob Hope
Moo, Tue, Jane 1-8 v
Marilyn Monroe - Joseph Cotten
'Wed, Than Jane 8-19
. Technioolor .
.Joel McCren - Yvonne be Carlo
v. Cartoon .
Chapter 1 ."King of The Congo''
TrL. Sat, June U - If '
STRANGE JOURNEY w
Paul Kelly Ona Mnnsen
"STAR OF TEXAS"
' Wayne Morris
.:. Cartoon "
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CHINQUAPIN. N. C
WEEK OF -JUNE 6th
SUN. - MON. .
"Walking My Baby
Donald O'Coqner St Janet Leigh
Cartoon & News
. Short Cartoon
THURS. - FBI. ; -. . jf.
SAT. ;:,..'. 'Sri .', ,-. ,; - s;; ,
"Three Young Texans"
Keefe Braaselto - Mltzl Gaynor
. 8 Cartoons A" Serial .
too boo 66 oo 66 6
Saturday s V . V' V
, "RIDING SHOTGUN". (Warnercolor)
V .i- j Starring Wayne Morris Jean Weldon
iV ,w ".. Lall'SBOW , '
'7" ! "TROPIC ZONE", (technicolor)
Sonday - Monday , ' Jone'tf
i "RrtAPSODY" (technicolor) "i
gtarrlng Bllaabeth Taylor' John Erlcaon -
'",.' 1 ( , Plas Color Cartoea ' - ,
Taesday - Wednesday t-, ... Jane I
'.J . J ' ' "INFERNO" (technicolor)
" ' Serial
Tmxr- frl 'ay
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one species is found in this eountry. i
, Cardinal . Flower .(Red Lobelia)
which is a rich vennillion, very
rarely rose or white is found from
New Brunswick to the Gulf states.
- The- common Milk Weed, : pale
greenish purple' pink or brownish
pink are found i in fields, , waste
places, and road sides. ' Flowering
season , from Jane to September,
This plant can be found from New
Brunswick far westward and south
ward to North Carolina and Kansas,
i Wild orchids -are one 'o the
world's largest and most interest
ing families of plants. Of the 10,000
species , only 140 grow in. North
America. Orchids are highly Spec
ialized for insect pollination. These
plants grow in rich, moist soil in
open woods or ' in bogs. Vanilla
flavoring is made from the pod of
an orchid. ; fji,
.Field Daisy' are abundant in east
ern fields and road sides. Chrysan
themums and Daisies and Fever
few are relatives of the field, daisy.
The Pink Wild honey ,' suckers
grown in the woods, near road sides
are wild azaleas. '
'"- The Yellow Bill Cuckoo breeds
from the ranges of New Brunswick
to Mexico and Florida Keys. They
winter in northern South America.
Towee breed in the ranges from
Maine to Alabama and Floridi. They
winter Afrom Nebraska and New
York to Texas and Florida.
Cedar Waxwing breed , in the
ranges from British, Columbia and
Cape Breton Island to California
and Georgia.: They winter through
the United States. . .
vesper sparrow breed in the
range from British . Columbia and
Cape Breton to New Mexico and
Red Breasted Nuthatch breed In
the range from tne Youkon and
Newfoundland to Minnesota find
New York south in the mountains to
New .Mexico and North Carolina.
Meets Mrs. Quinn
The Lanefield Home Demonstra
tion Club met at the home of Mrs.
Annie M. Quinn, on Tuesday after
noon with fifteen ladies present.
The .United Nations Song was sung
by the group. 1
N Mrs. Perry Smith, president, call
ed the meeting to order with Mrs.
Quinn giving the devotional Jt was
with pride and Joy,, the members
WALLACE, N. C.
Thurs., Fri. - June 3 St 4
Starring Gregory Peck
Sat. - Double Feature June
"TWO GUN MARSHALL"
Starring Guy Madison
Starring Scott Brady
"BLOOD ON THE MOON"
Starring Robert Mitchum
Sunday June 6
Donna Corporani - Ward Bond
Men., Tues, June 7 -
Guy Madison - Joan Weldon
Wed. - Double Feature - June 9
"TRAIL TO SAN ANTONIO"
starring Gene Autry "
TSLSOF THE DEAD"
starring Boris Karloff
j ? " " inne M U
V - (feehiiicolew)
' . feeaedjr '
received the-news from Mrs. Paul
ine Johnson that , the ' Lanefield
Club had won first prize in the
County wide exhibit contest, which
was made in the window of A.
Brooks, Inc. store in .Warsaw.; The
members are indeed grateful to the
Brooks store owners and the per
sonnel tor their cooperation. !
Mrs, H. M. West, Sr. acting secre
tary called the roll and read the
minutes of the last meeting, after
which Mrs. Pauline Johnson brought
is an illustrated lecture on use and
need of milk in the home.,;'
' Mrs. Herman Phillips brought an
inspiring message on education and
its needs in the present times. Mrs.
Lela Phillips gave us information
on needs, rules and safety measures,
used in the practice of Civil De
fense. '' ' ... , ,
The Club collect was used in
unison as we adjourned.
The hostess, ' ' assisted , by her
daughter-in-law, served pie and
Mrs. Guthrie led a discussion and
contest with Mrs. Henry Middleton
winning, the prize.
Mrs. Faison McGowan was hostess
to the members of her Kontract
Klub with all members present.
Hydrangeas and Verbena was taste
fully arranged in the living room,
After several progressions ' the
hostess assisted by Mrs. J. O. Stokes
served ice creai topped with fresh
peaches, pound cake and nuts.
When scores were added, Mrs
J. B. Wallace was given an attract-
tive package of tea towels .dish
towels and pot holders.
You get on the bus at eight o'
clock behind the courthouse on the
corner of the block.
When the bus starts you feel a
bit funny But wait a minute here's
a book about "Bugs Bunny."
With big boys and girls you feel
like a lamb.But once you get star
ted you pass Fayetteville and
You will go father than this little
ways, and before the Journey is
over you'll wonder if it's two or
You arrive and ask the leader the
correct time, Then look around to
think of a way to spend a dime.
x'Wait a minute buddy' till I get
my suitcase," Then I will go with
you to look over the place.
Finally it's time to eat your lunch
you go to the mess hall with the
rest of the bunch. ,
- That evening; you go swimming
in the lake,, you find your partner
for the Life Guard's sake.
Night fall and no longer it is day,
while walking the path you hardly
know your way.
You see in sight the dinning hall
you reach it and hear the supper
After the delicious meal is dow
ned, you'll dance and sing until
taps is sound.
All the days are about the same,
you"ll work and play with the
rest of the gang.
It's a wonderful way to spend a
vacation. Yet learn about, handi
craft, electricity, and recreation.
Now I will have to leave you
along, and hope to see you next
year at Camp Millstone.
Earl F. Stroud
- Age ten when written
Kenansville, 4-H Club
"What Shall We Have To Eat"
was the subject of a demonstration
given Tuesday afternoon by Miss
Mae Hager in the home of Mrs.
i Miss Hager stressed the impor
tance of milk as the basic food in
one's diet Miss Hager said "besides
being the most nearly perfect food
In nutritional value, milk builds
Sun. Mon Jane - 7
"ELEPHANT WALK" (technicolor)
1 witn Kusaoeut 'Myior m van nnorewa.
, r't-B , .-",! i Cartoonf. , '
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V' Toe. Wed, Jan 1 1
: "THREE YOUNG TEXANS" (technicolor)
' with Keefe BrasaeU Mitel Gaynor
Than. . Fri4 Jane . 11 ...!-';'! .'
"BORDER RIVER" (technicolor)
, , ' ,;. with Joel MeCrea Yvonne DeCarle '
Sat,' Jane W ' , ' DenMe, Feetare ;
- t'p ' "UTAH" ' .M J''H
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-,,htVLASKA SEAS" -
'&mn;i'! l.jyJ,'"!"l ' ' &
bones, blood and muscles, steadies
the nerves, aids in good eye sight,
keeps skin healthy1 and enables one
to Jive longer. Miss Hager said that
surveys show .that "people in Duplin
County do not use-' enough milk.
She further stated that much of the
garden soil -in the county was low
in calcium, i':;
' Mrs. Adlph"'Kbrnegay, education
leader, discussed -what W meant by
"special education for exceptional
children.', Mrs. Kornegay said, that
exceptional children "included those
who were physical and vjneYftally
maladjusted, and that 10 to , 12 per
cent of children ' in ' primary and
secondary departments fall in this
Mrs. Robert. Grady, food preser
vation leader, gave some suggestions
on how to prepare for the canning
and freezing season. ,
Mrs, John Goodson, citizenship
leader, gave a quiz on county offi
cials. ... ,: r
During the business session Mrs.
Willie Best, president, urged mem
bers to attend the Spring 'Federa
tion. Mrs. Robert Grady reported
on how 4-H Club Day was observed
in the Bethel Church. ; : ;! H.
Following the meeting, Mrs. Joe
Water conducted some contests.
; The hostess . assisted by Mrs.
Adolph Kornegay served refresh
ments to the group.
The Cub Scouts, under the lead
ership pf Mrs. John Hall and Mrs.
Ivy Bowden met on Thursday after
noon of last week. Following the
meeting they enjoyed a hike and
Chapter 215 Order of Eastern Star
will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 8:00
p.m. All members are asked to
Mrs. Dail Entertains
. Mrs.' G. R. Dalt entertained her
Sunday1 School Class, the Junior
girls of the Baptist Church at a
weiner roast Thursday evening at
her home. After the party they aU
went to the movie.
Wbmans Club To
Meet, June 10th. ,
The Womans Club will hold Its
regular meeting, next Thursday,
June 10 in the Lodge building.
The" Fine -Arts department will
have charge of the program.
AU members are urged to attend
and visitors are welcome.
Miss Janet Boney of Washington,
D. C. spent the week end with Iter
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Boney.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaylor of
Norfolk, Va. spent the week end
with Mrs. L. Southerland and Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Johnson.
' Sunday guests of Mrs. L. Souther
land were Mr. Alexander Cogdell
and Misses Ella C and Addie Worth
Cogdell of Fayetteville.
Pvt. Jimmie Johnson of Fort
Eustus, Va. spent the week end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs O.P.
Misses Margaret Ann and Shelby
Jean Brinkley of Chinquapin are
spending this week with Mr. and
Mrs,. Hubert Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walford and
daughter of Charleston, W. Va. and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bartun of
Wilmington Del. are guests of Dr.
and Mrs. R. F. Willis.
Mrs. J. B. Wallace attended the
graduation of her nephew, in Wil
mington Friday night.
Mrs. E16ise Houston has return
ed from Sampson Memorial hospi
tal, where she underwent a tonsil-1
MISS CAROLYN . WILSON U
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Y.
T. Wilson of Faison, . who an
anounce her engagement to H.
M. Deughtry, Jr., of Washington,
D. C, son of Mr. and ' Mrs.
Daughtry. of Faison, The wed
ding will take place June S.
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lectomy. j, , ; ' . r ; : i . v !. :;.
Mrs. J. B. Wallace shopped in
Goldsboro Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. andtMrt. Yates McSwain of
Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs, C. B.
Guthrie over, the week end.
Mrs. F. W. McGowan is spending
several days in Lauringburg.
Mr. C. B. Sitterson spent the week
end in Williamston with his daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. O. P. Johnson visited in
Whiteville this week.
Miss Judy Thigpen of Beulaville
spent last week with Miss Mary
Misses Mary Lou and Ruth Rey
nolds are spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reynolds at
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brinson and
Dock spent the week end with
friends in Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Nora Shaffer returned home
.Sunday after, a two weeks visit
with Mrs. L. T. Rouse. She was
accompanied home by Mrs. Rouse
and daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Stan
ford, Mr. Richard Stanford and
Miss Margaret Stanford.
Mr. and- Mrs. Jim Newlin and
children of Guilford College spent
the week end with Mrs. South
Miss Mary Sue Burch spent the
past week end with Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Gillam in Burlington.
Miss Frances Patterson of Mere
dith College arrived home Saturday
for the summer. She returned to
Raleigh Monday to attend the Com
Mrs. Willard Johnson and daugh
ter, Olita spent Tuesday in JacW-
, Mr. and Mrs"! J. R. Grady and
daughters eft Wednesday to take
Rebecca to Camp Yonahlosse to
spend two weeks.
Miss Kathryn Quinn is spending
the week at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
with the Sigma Alphia Phi Sorority
of High Point College.
Hostess Town &
Mrs. Ed Simpson entertained
members of the Town and Country
Bridge Club at her home Tuesday
evening with Mrs. Jim Wilkerson
and Mrs. R. M. Pope of Roanoke
Rapids as visitors.
The home was artistically deco-
Wallace, N. C.
Thursday adn Friday, ' June 3-4
"BEACHING FROM HEAVEN'
Sat, June 5 - Double Feature
"TAKE ME TO TOWN."
Ann Sheridan - Sterling Hughes
"IRON MOUNTAIN TRAIL"
Sun, Mon, Tubs, June 6, 7, and 8
"RIOT IN CELL BLOCK U"
Wed. and Thurs, June 9 and 10
M. Ifrank Lovejoy
' . Wallace, N. C
Friday and Saturday, June 4 - S
(Double Feature) v
"LOOSE XN LONDON '
TRAIL OF THE ARROW
f " Cartoon (Brawl)
Sunday and Monday, June 8-7
APPOINTMENT IN HONDURAS
' Ann Sheridan
Tuesday Wednesday, June 8-9
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Thursday and Fri
i, June '10-11
Marilyn MaxweU and V
Paulette Coddard '
( iTherWemaaii Auxiliary of Grove
Church me Moudar afternoon, at
ue sunaay .scnooi uuuaing, in oc- j
servance of the May Birthday.' ,
Mrs.) N.; B. Boriey 'presided over
the, business, . session. Mr.J' A !
Gavin' had charge of the program,!
the topic being, "We, Too, Are The
World Church." " "
(A special offering was, taken for
the three proiects which are:' Good-
land Indian Orphanage, Guerrant
Presbytery, and.. Radio and Television.'-
ReV. J. ".' Hayter ' showed a
film; on the. three phases of work.
A social hour followed at which
time, Mrs. Walter Stroud served
pound cake while Mrs. Clarence
Murphy poured punch.! Assisting
were Mrs. J. A. Gavin and Mrs.
N. B. Boney..
Duke Star Named
Athlete Ot Year
Joel Shankle; Duke University
rated with mixed spring and sum
Mrs. E. C. Tyndall was high scor
er and Mrs. R. M. Pope runner-up
each received planters. During play
the hostess served soft drinks and
At the end of play the hostess
assisted by her father served pink
snow balls, chocolate syrup and
WE USUALLY THINK
First of Steam or Electricity as the powers that
mean Progress for our economy. Yet these could
not be without savings wisely invested in the in
dustries that produce them. If is the funcion of
your bank to help make your savings work for the
good of all while interset is paid you on your de
posits. BANK PH US.
track ' star and Olympic prospect
ha been chosen the Atlantic Coast
Conference's first ' athlete f of the'
year 'and will; receive he Anthony!
J. McKevlin Award, presented by:
the' Atlantic Coast Sports- Writers
Asgdctation;' "' ,
A native 'vof evef 'Cross, N f,
Shankle if ' the 'seventh winnei 1 (
the award, and received 129 po 1
and 19 first place' votea from I .
'A baJlots cast Ctther.top wintji!:
vere quarterback Bernie.'FaloL i
it Maryland with 91 points and :
basketball center Dickie Hemrlc of
Wake , Forest, also with 91 points.
Faloney got II first place voter and
BeulavUle, N. C
Clean Comfortable Behtsdag
WEEK OF JUNE
. K J if;to-Coler r
Tony Curtis - Frank Lovejoy
' ' Bowery Boys
"Bad For Each Other"
Charlton He ton - Lizabeth Scott
Shorts Si Comedies Every Night
to Hnk Regular
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Hemric six. . ii
nthnra with ten or more nolnta
were Lowell Davis of Wake Forest,
38; Arnold Palmer of Wake Forest,
14; Billy OTJell Of Clemson, 13; and
bene Shiie and Chester HantOak : -bf
Bfarylandi' 11 .eacli: 5 W
1 Named to the final ballot were '
arl BrazeU and Tommy Woodlee
of South Carolina, Connie Gravitte
and Jeff Newton of North Carolina, ,
Ed Meadows and Red Smith of Duke
and Mel Thompson of North Caro.
Una State. ? ' 1
BEULAVTLUE. N. C
; Box Offtee Open 1M ,
' Shews Start At Peak
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Thun, Fri, Jane S - 4
wlOT Glenn Fard - Gloria Graluun
San, Jane t ' Doable aure
Dan Duryea . Frances Glfford
San, Jane :
Clark Gable - A va Gardner
Mon., Tnea, Jane 1 8 "
Tony Curtis - Janet Leigh
Wed, Jane 9 - BARGAIN NIGHT
SOc Per Car
Stephen McNaUy,;, John. Hodlak
Cartoon Every . Night
in 1 r,;lt ft r-1' ttoiwtk Cm ' '
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