s. E. G. Ecisser, Curny Sasser
lives in Raleigh Wednesday
h Friday. Billy Johnson ha
v ..lJ in Raleigh this week V.v-1 ;
I ranees Warren of Conetoe is vis
Ling Miss Betty Home. They art
spending a few day at i Hunters
Cottage at Carolina Beach. V
... Mrs. R, C. Horne of Kinston Is
spending a few days with lira. Flo
' Mrs. Bettiesue Hunt and a friend
of R. P. L. Richmond VaJ spent Oast
week eiid with Mrs, Mnle Heat.
.and Pat Hunt. ' - 1 i
Mrs. Anne Barden of Warsaw sp
ent a few , days ywlth,,, Mrs, LanJe
Heath this, week, t.SllI
Sunday guests of Mrs.
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INTERESTS OF ALL OF THE PEOPLE OF DUPUN WITH JXJS;
TICEJpWARD, ALL AND MALICE TOWA
King were Mr.: and; Mrs. BUI, King
anti r' ' reT- of arboro,'; and, Mr.
ai.a I s. L-J Kingan son of Wall
ace. v vi V'.U 4'r
1 Urn. X.JT. JPfcfcefrtjwere
called to Charlotte .Sunday, due
to tbc Hints of her farther R. W.
Burton, " m- , . i ,
' Mr. and Jlfra. A, JJv Smith. anl
Mrs. H. E., Grubbs : CalypW at
tended th, funeral Mrs. Smiths
graoCwrOier B. irttm, Sun
merfield last Tuesday; iof t.vi. '
Fred Pickett, UV S,' A It Ben
in Ckt' spent last week end with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Plo
ketti '.'jfW - " iv a ' -mi
Z-t'Aiistia BakeiB.'S. A and
son pi Mr.' and' Mrs.. Jacob Baker i
is now stationed at Ft Bemiing, Ga. ;
Jo the Democratic Voters in
tvenansvule and. Kose Hill
EXPRESS MY SINCERE APPRECIATION TO
Be returneed there ':..t wxmiing
a thirty day leave with 1! parenU.
" Jun West of WashJisstoa, IX C,
Marion Sedberry of Army Chem
ical Center,' Md., Mr. and "Mis, Lit
ton Truelove of Wilmington cere
week end guests of Mr. and
John, B, Croom. , , ?
' Mrs. Frank Barden "spending
some ,time with her daughter Mrs.
W, V. Michael, and family in Dur
ham,, -., ', . "..,
Mr. and Mrs. Melvla Pope are In
Atlanta. Ga, on business. Their son
Harrv is visiting his srandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Simpson in St&k
esdale. , 1 . ' !
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vestal visited
Mr. and Mrs.. N. T, Piclcett Sunday
afternoon, , , t
Mr. and Mrs. E., G. Sasser and
Mrs. Anna Johnson chaperoned the
senior class and a tew friends at
the,, Dallas Jfones Cottage at Caro
lina Beach last week esUL'" ,-,."-r-'i
Mr.' and Mrs. ' L. K. Alderman
Visited Mr.' and Mrs. N. T. Pickett
last Saturday afternoon, ' V
Mrs. N. T. Pickett returned home
from Charlotte last Saturday,
Mrs. Walker McNeil and children I
of Warsaw' visited ' Pete Wilson
Sunday.1 " ."? 1 i
Miss-Sally Mae Jones of Raleigh
spent last week end with hef par
ents Mr. 'and Mrs. Dallas Jones. ' i ;
Miss Barbara Tucker and Gary j
Taylor went to Wake Forest' Col- ;
io0. last Saturdav for' Miss Jov
Taylor, who Is a. student there. She and three greatgrandchildren. . j
Mrs. Robert Fields, Duplin' Times Representative :
Telephone 243 2. Please Call In Tour News. ' -Mis.
Fields Will Receive Subscriptions and Advertising.
Mr. and Mrs. . H E. FusseH tf
Winston-Salem spent the week end
Mrs. Roberta Rouse is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Herman E. Fussell of
' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhodes visited
Mrs. Rhodes parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Barden,-last week end.
, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilson attend
ed the graduation exercises at Mt.
Olive Wednesday night Boyd E.
Wilson Jr., a nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson, ws among the gradu
ates. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johnson of
Wilmington visited Mr. and Mrs.
S.A. Sanderson Sunday afternoon.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark of Clark
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. R S. Troy
last week end. They attended the
recital Of Mrs. Lucy Marshall's class
in which their granddaughter, Ann,
Mr. L. K. Alderman Jr. of Wash
ington, D. C. visited bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Alderman, Br.
last week end. ,
Pvt Rlfton Cavenajfgh of Fbrt
Jackson, S. C. wis at home for he
week' end. . .
Master Amy Bland of Kenansvllle
is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Amy Bland.-.
Mr. and Mrs. I A. Wilson were
hosts to the following students of
;" Delving into church records can
produce interesting facts of pro
gress for those interested in the
growth of the Warsaw Baptist
Church ministry to its youth in its
Vacation Bible School opportunity.
Records for several years are
missing or else no school was held
during certain periods. Associa
tions! Minutes, Church Records,
Bible School Record Books pro
duced the following statistical in
formation that show the growth of
the enrollment, average attendance
and Sifts to missions:
. 1934 Enrollment, 135; average at
tendance, 75; gifts, no record.
1939 (No V. B. S. S. S. enroll
. 1942 Enrollment, 106; average at
tendance, 53; gifts, no record.
1948 Enrollment 129; average at
tendance, 90; gifts, no record.
1949 Enrollment, 132; average at
tendance, 116; gifts, $13.90.
1950 Enrollment 145; average at
tendance, 102; gifts, $14.57.
1951 Enrollment 233; average at
tendance, ?72: gifts, $43.40.
1952 Enrollment, 2(35; average at
tendance, 183; gifts, $69.34.
1 Enrollment, 260; average at
tendance, 216; gifts, $47.39.
1951 Enrollment, 266; average at
tendance, 216; gifts, $60.
, Daily, in response to the study
of missidns a love gift offering was
IV,, .wyo n Wl ,:. E
ME IN THE
FO It! THE BEStM
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returned home wi'Ji Uiera tat t s
summer holidays. '
Gerald Rouse, sea f llr. and
Mrs. -Darid- Rouse amderwent aa
appendectomy at James T: '.;er hos
pital last Friday. Ee I e4 tt
his home Tuesday.
Mr, and Mra. Babe XYoom Visited
Mr, and Mra. Charlift Thoma '.Mr
Mary Quinn, Mr.1 and Mrs. J. N.
Home ana Misa i Iulsey Croom
V Mr. 1 and ' Mrs.' Emest'' Pope ail
tended their grandson," Jimmy Jones
tap ' dancing; recital " Wednesday
' Mrs. Jan Trapnell made a busin
ess trip- to Wilmington Wednesday.
' Guests of Mr. a Mrs. 15,
Horne, MlsS Loaiae Crodm, and Mr.
S, B. Hunter last Monday night,
were Mrs. Mary Thofne of Farm
villa and fir. and Mrs. S. B. Hunter,
Jr. and sons of ICealy.,; v
Falher 01 Local
Funeral services for Robert W.
Burton, 83, were held Tuesday Hay
25th. at' the Summerfleld Baptist
Church in Sum merfield, A C Sur
viving are two daughters, Mrs. G.
M, Lupo of Charlotte, N. C and
(Mrs. N. T. Pickett. Magnolia, two
Duke University at a house party
at the cottage of Mrs. Eric Norden
on Wrightsville last week ; end.
Carolyn Hill, Durham, Joan King,
Cordnenos, Cuba, Sarah Dewey
Hunt Goldsooro, Joan Earle, Ath
ens, Greece, and Barbara Wilson,
Rose Hill. -'
Mr. A. O. Fussell is In Winston
Salem this week visiting his daugh
ter Mrs. L. J. Matthews. Mr. . Fus
sell is attending the graduation ex
ercises of his grandson, . Jimmy
Matthews, Jr., -graduating . from
Haines High School in Winston-
Mr. Jesse Fussell, Mr. W. E. Fus
sell and Miss Betty. Fussell spent
Monday and Tuesday fishing at
Pvt. Harold B. Wells of Fort
Jackson, S. C. was at home for
the holiday week end. . j "
Mr. and 'Mrs. Jacob Baron and
Mr. , Joseph Gresham oit Scotland
Neck were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Johnson. .,;( !' ,' ,
Misses Evelyn Fussell and Esther
Johnson ; joined a party , at ' the
beach for the holiday week end. j
' Miss Madelyn Horne of Fayette-,
vllle visited her mother, Mrs, R uH.
Home, over the week end, . i-
Mrs. Dalton West and Dalton Jr.
of Greensboro are visiting Mrs.
West's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hi C.
taken. No goal ever set, nor any
pressure made. The mission offer
ing is sent through the local church
for Cooperative Program endeav
ors. "History" was also made by the
junior and intermediate depart
ments in the 1954 school. The han
diwork was done - for a definite
practical purpose for use in the new
educational building. The junior
girls made doll beds (12) for the
three nursery units needing them;
also hot pads (15) and embroider
ed towels (19) for the new kitchen.
The junior boys mounted pictures
(head of Christ) for classrooms,
crayon chests for various class
rooms and literature racks (6) for
each of the nursery and beginner
department rooms. Belts were
made for personal use. The Inter
mediate boys completed coat racks
(44) for the nursery rooms. The
racks were "bunnies" and were
most attractive and appealing to
the tiny tots. Intermediate girls
made stuffed animal dools for use
in the "Sleepers" room. From
"scraps" numerous blocks standing
animals as well as letter blocks
were made and designed with a
burning pencil and varnished by
the junior boys.
Special recognition for the lead-
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' 'l ltr goocl with your Imeolt c$ well at TV freati.
v Better stock with nougin, for everybody.
t In ths handy roun
T& shot few It frtsij fartyow V :,,;'.
- CitmZm-M Frew - Frent)
-nt matter whether the hotise
3 h fve-rom bunjulow or a cat
fl "There is another feature of the
Cooperative: Savings 'and Loan As
sociation 'which: is 'Of utmost im
portance to the 'economic' structure
of our county, that of encouraging
thrift through savings.'' Yea, ours
fs a business 'in -which all share
holders share in the profits at one
of the highest dividend rates in the
country; that of S per cent per an
num o ssa vings that are insured by
the Federal Savings and Loan In
surance Corporation. This : means
that each' savings account In our
institutlo nls insured up to' and in
cluding S10.000.00, and during this
past year Congress saw fit to in
crease our Insurance from $5,000.00
to ' $10,000.00 each account -which
proves that Sayings and Loan In
stitutions are sound and a profit
able place for the investments of
our thrifty!) American citizens." 1
MttcheQ Brltt who is the 1954
Commander of American Legion ;
Post 127 of Warsaw,? will preside
for the first time along with (the
other new officers of Post 127 when
the regular monthly meeting is held
Friday night May 28th at 7:30. Com
mander Britt and the other 1954
officers were Initiated to their, new
positions In Post 127 at a Special
Business meeting- on Friday night
May 15th. At this meeting a fine
dinner was served by the Thearte
Grill Inc. of Warsaw but some very
urgent and important business was
taken care of also as wel las the en
joyment, of a good meal. The at
tendance at this meeting was quite
small but most of the key members
of Post 127 were present so the
urgent business at hand was handled
satisfactorily. The small attendance
at this meeting prompted Comman
der Britt to bring forth his idea of
having at all future meetings a
special speaker In order to help
create Interest amsng Post 127
members and therefore bring them
to the meetings so that Commander
Britt's many plans to put new life
into Post 127 can be carried out.
Post 127 is one of the oldest Post
in the North Carolina Department
but for the past few years has 'not
been up to the membership strength
it should and certainly not up to
what it can with the many Veterans
there are in it's immediate area.
The very good program of Junior
Baseball has, already been. given up
by Post 127 for 1954 due to the lack
of interest by the members of the
Post in this program and the lack
of interest by the pepple of Warsaw
too. Perhaps if the interest of the
members and people of the area In
creases by 1955 this fine program
can be re-installed at Post 127 and
in Warsaw. A great rally in interest
is greatly needed by the members
of Post 127 arid the people of this
area or one of North Carolina's
oldest American Legion Post is
headed for oblivion among the lost
history of North Carolina.
ership of the handiwork should be
given to Major and Mrs. Eugene
Johnston, whose home was turned
into a workshop for the carving Of
the various wood items; to Mrs. W.
Y. Vann and Mrs. R P. Wood, and
Mr. Clarence Warren for the doll
beds and literature racks; and to
Mr. Leslie H Brown, who directed
the intermediate boys In their work
and who furnished the necessary
tools for the more difficult car
pentry work. Several other as
sistants were helpful in each de
partment. The items made w(ll be used to
fill a definite purpose in the new
building and wil represent the
handiwork of the' Vacation Bible
School youth of 1954. The Bible
School custom is to make one item
for self, and one for another; how
ever, this year's youth gave of their
interest and efforts as "their con
tribution to the progression of the
Success these days consists in
operating a high powered car with
out running Into the poor house. jV
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Mrs. Ross Pi-ace, of it .-r and
daughter, Mrs. ' i.; D. - Sloan and
daughter Gall, were visitors of her
brother In a Kinston hospital last
week end. - Mr, Roll on Batchelor
who still is in critically condition.
, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Williams and
son . John Allen were visiting his
son, and family Mr. j Clarence Wil
liams, of Norfolk, Va. last week end.
, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Brinkley and
family were sight-seeing and joy-?
riding last Sunday taking ba the
sights aU Harkers bland, Beaufort
and last to Morehead Qty, where
they had sea-food dinner.';."': I ,
Mrs, Earl Wells of Burgaw and
sister, Mrs.. James Price and daugh
ter Joa were visiting at Cherry
Point, laai.jweesr with Mrs, UiHT,
Wynn an4 other-friends there. .!.! ;,
Mrs. Carrie Pickett - has i been
spending several days in New Bern
with her granddaughter, Mrs.' Leon-'
ard Dixon and family while Mrs.
Dixon has been confined to' a hos
pital and at home 'recently". j ,
Misses Nellie Sanderson and two
friends, : Miss ' Helen Gilmore and
Miss Lucy Everett of Greensboro
College returned ', Sunday . Aafter
spending the' week' end here' with ,
her' te.'fefv-.VVtf i
Mrs. Virginia , Chrisley ' of Nor?
folk; Va.' made a short visit with
her " parents ' Mr. Ora Register last
week end, , on a business trip. ' ; ' .
; Mrs. Adrean Teachey and daugh
ter , Peggy, , of Rocky ' Mt was a
recent visitor "with Mr.' '' Rollon
Batchelor in a Kinston hospital; :.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodolph ' Morten
and x daughter Elezabeth motored
over to Jacksonville recently to
visit with Mr. i Martin's - parents
there and members of the family.
Friends are sorry to learn that
Mrs.i Hebourn Wilkens fell In her
room last week, injurylng her feet
and caused bruised, sores and possi
ble fractured ribs. Doing nicely as
could be' expected at her, home
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sanderson and
llext ThuLrsday A: M.
Clinic Ag. Building
A.tpbacco Disease Clinic will ;be
held at the Agricultural Building
in Kenansville on Thursday, June
J, from 8:00 ajn. to 12:00 noon. Mr.
J., G. Wells, Extension Plant Path
ologist from State College, will be
here to identify the tobacco diseases .
for Duplin , County - farmers, j , All
farmers who have tobacco diseases
which they would like to ha ve iden
tified, should bring 4 or 8 diseased
plants to the clinic Wash the dirt
off of the, roots of the plants, wtap
the roots In a wet cloth or fertiliser
oag, or other material that will keep ,
the plants fresh. . t
' by Vernon H. Reynolds
' County Agent j j5.
Some people give advice,, others
sympathy - and occasionally some
one, takes hold and. gives -a lift
mary Saturday; I want lo thank yott
"HVj,i"'i til'l lit
in-i !tl ''Wtiirfjs
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belter lav enforcement in D:plm County. I pledie,
mm"s 01 . a raij n! Ufii
O .7'.; :ttmmnum
'rfinfi txfMi 1 ri-jrsrustii Jisijfa!'" j j -i.'i- :'i;,.s.'vf,.
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;;'',. 4if.'vfWft!wo'5 -am-M rir la j '';:; 'i;rnfyy"r'
'son Leon, Kmy Brinkley and Mr.
L. H, Carter spet last wetk end
holiday in Mars Hill and Chariutte
and other points with relatives;
MrL T. H. Huff, Mrs. O. J. Ander
son, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Carter and
Mrv and Mrs. H L.' Carter.
Misses Nellie' Sanderson,' Helen
Gilmore and Miss Lucy' Everett
visfted with Miss Gloria. Maready
last week end a- few hours.
Mrs. Eula Sanderson and V. Mil
iar; spent Friday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sanderson near
Wallace last week. r 'i v -'!;;
Mrs. Sudie Pickett and Mrs. Ro-
dolph Morton recently visited Mrs,
Lenord Dixon who underwent an
operation at a New Bern hospital
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A unJ "i. Liisick Stew" supper
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A "stork" shower was held last ; .
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Hallle Smith. The affair was a totaL--
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