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following cases were d 'posed of
in Justice of Peace Court:
.-. Jessie G. Faison.'arrested by-Patrolman
C. C. Hester for .being
drunk and off bis premises and
breaking up jail property Plead
guilty, paid property damage 1 and
.costs. t1 i 1 t;
, Herbert ' Wallace, arrested by
I, Vencuna buuas . Alams, lab Sereena Awnings'
Made To Order - Phone 299$ . Installed ,
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ATTENTION FARMERS!
We Wish To Announce The
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Appointment Of
; JJI- Edgerton & Son Inc
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; AS DEALERS OF: '
O Hardie Rain Control Irrigation
Couplers, Valves and Fittings.
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IIADDIE COUPLERS GIVE YOEI
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IRRIGATION
PER DOLLAR
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Only Hardie Rain Control provides a coupler with adequate foot
suppbrt, positive lock, no-blow-out gaskets, and that is attached
without drilling, punching or welding. Slippage and pipe damage
Tare eliminated by two-bolt ring clamp that holds steel hook. Can
; be coupled or uncoupled from middle of the pipe.
: : ; It will pay you to find out how Hardie Rain Control saves you
labor, maintenance cost and makes water go further and do more.
Hardie Rain Control fits any ground, is readily adjusted to any
acreage.
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; Rain Centre! Valves S!sp
Surging And Redsisa Fbw ReslsHscca
' ' Rain Control Valve design
makes all other valves obsolete.
Completely eliminates surging. '
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1 1 ..a this coupon to J. M. Idgerton ft Son, Inc., ,1214 N. WU- ff
l'am Street it yon would like for our representative to call en I
. j-su to make a design and estimate for your farm FREE.
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Lii'U'y T. E. I.evc.e for non-st'-port
of his child. Placed under ,
bond. Waived fee-ring to June teim
of County Com j.
Vann Hatcher, arrested bv. Dpd-
ufy N. D. Boone for leaving a fire
ourmng and letting same escape
which burned over 120 acres of
wood land and for failure to obtain
a burning permit. Defendant plead
guilty to charge.. Was sentenced to
30 days and to pay 143.00 to State
for fire fighting and pay court cost
Clinton, N. C.
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Flow resistance is reduced far
below the flow resistance
caused by other valves. Rain .
Control Valves save money on
every gallon of water.
Look to us for complete sys-
terns, couplers, valves, pipe fit.
nngs, ana pumps, lcc us neip -;
you plan your system.
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George G ' ' 'tt iiareftdy, SrreSt
e 1 by Patro. t-i, t Hester for failure
to yield r'l-cf-way, resulting In
a wreck, 1 lend guilty and paid cost
, Raymond Batts, arrested by Pa
trolman Hester for driving on the
highway on a rim. Plead guilty and
paid fine. ( y,
William Ed Hall arrested by Pa
trolman Hester, for speeding - 70
miles per hour.; Cited to County
Court. ' , i 5
Ralph Dail arrested ' by Deputy
Revelle for assault ,on a female.
Placed under $200 bond. Waived
hearing to August term of Superior
Court j ,V , . - , ;, ' 4 j.-,
Lymon Grant," arrested by Leslie
McGay for receiving a quantity of
cigarettes, to-wit 42 cases belonging
to Wallace Wholesale Co, the same
being valued at $780.00. Was placed
under $8000 bond to be tried , In
August term of Superior Court.
, Timothy' Mfddleton, Jr, arrested
by Deputy Boone for non-support.
Placed under $200 bond. Waived
hearing to County Court. - v ;
' Charlie Savage,; arrested by Pa
trolman Briley for operating a mo
tor vehicle without proper brakes.
Plead guilty, paid fine and cost. '
? Charlie Al .Taylor, arrested by
Cpl. T. G. Brooks for. being pub
licly drunk - and off his premises.
Plead guilty and paid fine.
Robert I Taylor, arrested by Cpl
Brooks for being . publicly drunk.
Plead guilty and paid fine.
Isaac Frank Taylor, arrested by
Cpl. Brooks, for being drunk- and
off his premises. Plead guilty and
paid fine. '
c Furney Davis, arrested by Depu
ty H. L. Morton for issuing worth
less eheck. Plead guilty, paid fine
and check.
Dick McLawhorn, arrested by
Patrolman E. C. Wray fpr creating
a disturbance in town of Warsaw
and being publicly drunk and dis
orderly and assault. Plead guilty to
charge. Sentenced to 60 days in jail,
suspended on 12 months good be
havior, pay fine and court cost.
: Frank Carlton, arrested by Pa
trolman Briley' for being drunk
and off his premises. Plead guilty
paid fine and 'cost.
David Junior Miller, arrested by
Patrolman Hester for operating a
motor vehicle on wrong side of the
highway resulting in a wreck. Plead
guilty to charge and sentenced to
SO days suspended on 12 months
good behavior and pay fine and
cost.
Nathan Leroy McHenry, arrested
by Patrolman Hester for speeding
55 miles per hour with a truck.
Cited to County Court.
Charlie Maready, arrested ' by
Deputy Burtis Fussell for breaking
and entering the home of Everett
Pitman- and assaulting Pitman
while being drunk and disorderly.
Placed under $300 bond. Waived
hearing to County Court.
Jones Russell Smith, arrested by
Patrolman Briley for aiding and
abetting in possession of non-tax-paid
whiskey, to-wit 'three pints.
Placed under $100 bond to be tried
June term of County Court
. Ruben Arnold Hunter, arrested
by Patrolman Briley for operating
a motor vehicle' while intoxicated
and 'possession of non-tax-paid
whiskey, aiding and abetting in
same. Placed under $200 bond,
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Take heart, jood friend you can buy a
hit-of-the-year Buick if you can afford
cwynewcar. '
And we proudly show our price here to
prove it. ,
For this price is the delivered price the
local delivered price of the new Buick
Special 2-door, 6-passenger Sedan and
it's just a few dollars away from those of
the so-called "low-pricetthree'-lower, in
fact, than even some models of those very
same cars, " f'VM, V y
But look what this Buick price gets you!
x It gets you the very look of tomorrow in
j styling modernity, even to the spectacular
new panoramic windshield that seems to
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It gets you Buick V8 power highest, in
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Rep:r(:d i.i Duplin
"' Tobacco Disease Cllnio ' ,
A tobacco disease clinic was held
at the Agricultural j Building - In
Kenansville today. Mr. 3. G. Wells,
Extension Plant Pathologist: ,) from
State College,, was here to identify
the , Tobacco . Diseases for: ' Duplin
Bine Mold In Tebaeco Fields
waived! hearing , to County . Court
i Daisy Harrell, arrested by Pa
trolman Briley for aid and abetting
in possession of: non-tax-paid whis
key with Rubin Arnold : Hunter.
Placed under $100 bond. Bound -: to
County Courts
Retha Mae Harrell, arrested by
Patrolman Briley for ' aiding and
abetting in possession of non-tax-paid
whiskey with Ruben Arnold
Hunter.; Placed v under $100, bond.
Bdund to County Court.
Edgar Earl Harrell, arrested by
Patrolman Briley for ; aiding and
i betting in possession of non-tax-iaid
. whiskey with Ruben Arnold
hunter. Placed , under $100 bond.
Sound to County Court.
' Calvin Evans, arrested by DepuJ
'.y Houston for non-support of wife
ind, child. Plead guilty to charge.
Placed under $200 bond to be tried
n County Court '
Marvin Fred Murphy, arrested by
Patrolman Hester for improperly
oassing another vehicle, to-wit on
the right hand side. Plead guilty to
charge, paid fine and cost
, Mary Piner Roberts, arrested by
Patrolman Hester for operating a
motor vehicle on wrong side of the
highway. Plead guilty to charge and
paid fine.
proper brakes. Plead guilty and
Chester Keith Kornegay, arrested
by Patrolman W. G. Wright for op
erating a motor vehicle with ina
paid fine.
WALLACE GAS CO.
SFECIAL W sen- uasnaBy ad-
vertised GAS MtenuQo WATER-J
HEATERS. Haadlev Vrwn, Johnl
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LWood. General Waldorf. .HEul
LAR PRICE $8UV AiilOWANCEj
OLD HEATER teg ardless rf
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YOC PAT ONLY $64J2
Wallace, N. C.
Phone 6701 Highway 117
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Blue Mold k baa been found in
tobacco fields in all , sections of
Duplin County in the last few days.
Allvsises of tobacco have been af
fected. Damage has'; varied from
light to heavy. In fields where
several leaves per stalk have been
ruined it may be possible to let a
sucker grow near bottom or at top
of plant after topping" and leave 4
to 0 leaves on sucker. Top tobacco
high. , Hot weather ': should ' stop
spread of Blue Mold. 1 ' '
- , IrUh Potato Meeting ,
A meeting is being held at the
Community JBulldlng in Mt Olive
today, at 8:00 o'clock p.m. to discuss
Production and Marketing of pota
toes. All Irish Potato producers and
those who may produce potatoes in
the future are urged to attend this
meeting.
Farm and Home Week, Jane 7-10
-Farm and Home Week will, be
held at State College, Raleigh, June
7-10. Headquarters and Registration
Desk will be in Reynolds Coliseum.
Rooms are available in the College
Dormitories. Each person should
carry bed linen, blanket towels,
and personal articles.
' Program Highlights
Monday:
7:30 p.m. Opening exercises and
Recreation..
Tuesday:
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Chal
lenge Program, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00
nodn Gov. W. B. Umstead.
Wednesday:
9:30 a.m.,to 3:30 p.m. Dairy Day.
11:00 A.m. to 12:00 noon, "How To
Make more farm Profits" - True D.
Morse, Under-Secretary of Agricul
ture. Thursday:
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Agricultural
Policy Discussion, 9:30 a.m. to 12:00
noon, meeting of State Council of
Home Demonstration Clubs. 3:45
We Want
We Pay A Premium For Top Quality Hors
See Us or Call 2106, Ui-nton, N. C.
Clinton Livestock
OPERATED BY LUNDY PACKING COMPANY
Buying Days Are Mondays Through
Fridayg 8 a. m. Until 5 p.m.
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Special history plus the economy of new
Power-Head Pistons.
It gets you Buick room, Buick luxury,
Buick size- and structure and solidity
including of course, the famed Million
Dollar Ride and a new precision in
. handling ease.
Itgets you, too, solid and deep-down value.
For any way you look at it, you're money
ahead with the car that's years-ahead now
in looks and line and the lift of its power
and the car that's outselling every other
car In America except twp of the low
price three," , .:' .,,,
Drop in today or the first thing tomorrow
i just to try and to drive and to compare
a new Buick. We'll let the car prove its
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AM IUI1T IUICK Will tutlD THSM
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" i-w v Success Jn Sewing -Garments
must be cut out pro
perly If your sewing" Is to be suc
cessful. ' Mary Em Lee,- extension
specialist in clothing at N. C. State
College, 'offers these ' suggestions:
Follow ' the . pattern guide sheet
step-by-stey. Compare your mea
surements with those of the pattern.
Place every A piece of pattern on
true grain of material whether : it
be true bias or r straight Dont
skimp; : piece first Properly pin
pattern to fabric. Cut With long even
strokes.: Carefully mark notches,
darts, or other marks. Match plaids
and stripes when cutting and sew
ing garment ' -
The sewing guide found in com
mercial patterns will give excellent
directions as to fitting the pieces
together. Follow Itl Learn the sew
ing terms such as "ease in" and
"straight of goods" and "armseye."
Mark all notches, pleats and other
details by using tailor tacks, carbon
and tracing wheel, tailor's chalk or
other means of marking. ,
Whether you baste all the seams
or Din and stitch will be deter-
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. State Cotton Pro
motion Committee meeting. 8:00 p.m.
"Green A-Growin'."
All farm men and women are
urged to attend all or part of the
Farm and Home Week Program.
We feel that it will be interesting
and helpful to you. If you want
more information on Program or
Room and Board arrangement, I will
be glad to send it to you.
Tamworth Swine Breeders
Field Day
On Elmer Daniels Farm on High
way 95. about half way between
Rocky Mount and Zebulon. From
10:00 a.m. to 3100 p.m. June 1, ihm.
Your Hogs
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your fitting' problems, , your self
confidence. Remember good stan
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MODEL 40D (illustrated)
Optional aquipmant, occssiorlsi, itot and local lam, If
ony, additional. Prices may vary slightly In adjoining commv
niliet due to shipping charges. All prices subect to change
without notice. Even the factory-installed extras you may
want are bargains, such 01, heater & defroster. . . only $81 .70.
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