. ' By beLOIS ANN KORNEGAY,
' Visa Betty , Herring of Kinston
. spent the weekend at home with he
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Hen
. ing.' K i ,' , ; a
Mr. and Mrs. Park Holme of
near Wallace visited relatives here
'' Sunday. :
Mr. and Mrs. Jimraie Mosely of
v Kinston visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Tvndall Sunday afternoon. '
Mrs, Hudson of near Mt uuve
has returned to ber home after vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Reuben
Mrs. Leon Outlaw of Mt Olive
and Mrs. Kenneth Westbrook of
Charlotte visited Mrs. Ethel Kor
negay and Mrs. Jack Grady last
Several of the young people of
the community have left for Col
lege. 1" Mr. and Mrs. Norman Daly of St.
John visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Quite a few from Snow Hill at
tended church at Parkes Chapel
Greenville Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kornegay and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Dur--wood
Walker of the Maplewood
Wallace, N. C.
FrL-Sat SeP. W-M
SCCDDA HOO, SCUDDA HAY"
THE BIO CAT"
Forrest Tucker - Peggy Ann
Saa.-Mon.-Tnes. Sept. 19-20-21
Tony Curtis Frank Lovejoy
WedL-Thars. Sept. zz-zs
Wallace, N. C.
Jas, Doable Feature Sept. 18
"THE BIG FRAME"
BONO Of OLD WYOMING"
Taesv-Wed. Sept. Z1-ZZ
"STRANGER WORK A GUN'
-i, " Randolph Seat!
Thatfe-Fri. -; ", -" H
"FLAKE or CALCUTTA"
. Denlae Dareel
We WU1 Be
Gald To Fill Your
A. S. C.
Seed-Feed & Supply Co
Mr. and Mrs. MUtoa Kornegay
and children of Weatbrook''s visit,
ed in this community Sunday after
noon. , i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Duff Kornegay re
cently visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Charles Holmes of the Herr
ing's Store community.
Mr. W, J. Hinson spent Friday
with his sister, Mrs. Alice Smith of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rouse and
children of Willard visited rela
tives here Sunday.'
A Youth Rally will be held at
Snow Hill Fe Will Baptist Church
near Scott's Store on Saturday
night, Sept. 18 beginning at 7:45
o'clock. The public ij cordially in
vited to attend this rally. A good
time will be had by all who attend.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Snow
Hill Free Will Baptist Church held
their September meeting in the
home of Mrs. Ruth Waller on Sat
urday afternoon, Sept. 11. The meet
ing was called to order by the
president, Miss Lorena Waller. Mrs.
Norma Reardon, program chairman,
had charge of the program. After
the program was called and the
minutes were read by the Secretary,
Mrs. Joyce Tyndall. The treasurers
report was given by Mrs. Jane Pow
The meeting was adjourned by
Thurs.-Frl. Sept 16-17
Drums Across The River
starring Audie Murphy - Walter
Saturday Sept. 18
starring Randolph Scott
Saturday Late Show
starring Barry Sullivan - Shelly
Sunday Sept 19
starring Boris Day - Robert Cam
ming! Men-Tees. Sept 2WS1
Gamblers From Natchez
starring Rory Calhoun
Wed.-ThBTS.-Frt. Sept 22-25-24
j .. Apache
tarring Bart 1 . ivastar-Jean Peters
Highway 258 - Richlands Road
2 miles out of
ni.-CMit. Sept 17-11
Trail Of The Arrow
Terror On A Train
San-Mon. Sept 19-M
Best Years Of Our Lives
Taea.-Wed. Sept 21-U
Raiders Of The Seven Seas
niam-Frl. Sept 23-24
Hell And High Water
tet DOUBLE FEATURE Sept 25
City Of Bad Men
. - , 0
A Sunday and Monday
O RIVER OF
Q Cinemascope & Technicolor
0 with Marilyn Monroe - Robert Mltchum Cartoons
4 . ,
PRIDE OF THE
with Llayd Bridges - Vera
S BLOOD ON
O Tharsday and Friday September 22-24 O
O THE ROBE (Cinemascow & Color O
O with Victor Malnre and Jean SisaaMoa New ' O
O : Admission Chlldern JU Adolta JO ' O
O Shawe a S:J 7 M and tM T. M. O
Qtt : i O
Q .'Sataraay - September 28 q
q DOUBLE FEATURE Q
O THE SIEGE AT RED
ft','-.' ' with Van
with Jaha Irdaad
repeating the League Benediction,
after which the hostess served de
Uclous refreshments. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Chestnutt
and son Billy visited Mrs. Annie
Taylor and Miss Charlotte Chest
nutt in Magnolia Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Scott is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Willard Batts of Wal
lace. Mrs. W. S. Wells spent last week
in Whiteville visiting her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bus
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bland, Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Bland, Jr., Amy Bland,
III, and Miss Gatherine Bland spent
last weekend in Washington, D.C.
Mr. and Mr. Claude Fields of
Detroit, Mich., visited Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Fields recently.
Friends of Mrs. L. O. Scott will
be sorry to learn she is a patient
at Rex Hospital in Raleigh .
Mrs. George Carr underwent sur
gery in a Rocky Mount hospital last
week but is recovering nicely.
Mr. C. C. Moore is seriously ill at
his home here. Mr. Moore is abe
loved old gentleman of about 95
year of age.
Mrs. Lena Scott is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. B. C. Scott at Newton
Mr. George Carr and children
spent the weekend in Roeky Mt.
visiting Mrs. Carr who is a patient
in the hospital there.
Mr Berry S. Garris of Wilson vis
ited friends and relatives here dur
ing the weekend.
Early Bath And
BATHE, N. C.-The great county
of Bath, which extended irom i
bemarle Sound to the Cape Fear
River and from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, was chartered in 1696.
Bath County included ground now
occupied by such cities as Ashe
ville, Chattanooga, Memphis, Little
Rock. Oklahoma City, both Las
Vegas and San Francisco.
Midway between New York and
Florida, the present town of Bath,,
with a population of about 400, is
located an a high bluff that separ
ates two "creeks" each a half mile
wide that converge in front of the
town before flowing into Pamlico
River a mile away.
It is far enough from the ocean to
protect boats from the ravages of
salt water pests and storms, yet
lear enough to make water trans
port feasible to and from the Atlan
Jnhn Lawson. English traveler
BEULAVHXE, N. C.
Box Office Open 1
SHOW STARTS AT DUSK
Thnrv-Frt 6ept l-
with Tony Curtis - Piper Laorte
starring George Montgomery
The Golden Idol
with Johnny Sheffield
&un.-Mon.-Tucs. Sept lf-20-21
Garden Of Evil
with Gary Cooper - Soaaa Hayward
and Richard Widmark
Wednesday Sept 22
I, The Jury
with PrrsUm tuui . .fry Castlt
BY REFRIGERATION A
September 19-20 O
September 21 Q
BLUE GRASS O
Miles (color) Cartoons Q
FEATURE September 22
THE MOON q
RIVER (Technicolor) O
KELSON KIICO "
s The top ten tunes of the week
as selected Irom your cards and letters
NEL 3N KIMG (and MARTY ROBERTS
HI yr, Mends and r ilehbors; Wel
come from the ,'CKY HILL
BILLY HIT PARADE, and your
buddies Nelson and Marty. Well
. . . looks like Fall's a headln our
way in spite of the high temper
atures we've been having In most
parts of WCKY-land. We Start off
with a news note from the Island
of lets ... do you know what
kind of music is most popular in
Hawaii? It isn't hula tunes, you
can bet . . . but our good old
country music, and the folks you
like so well . . . are just as popu
lar r-it there In the Islands . . .
REX ALLEN Is readying an al
bum of kiddie tunes, and Is also
set to record some country num
bers with EVE SUMMERS . . .
sister of Mary Ford . . . PEE
WEE KINO is following in the
footsteps of EDDY ARNOLD,
and getting ready a series of
filmed TV shows . . . featuring
country and western muslo . . .
Starting date Is not yet sure.
If you heard rumors that
FRNTE TUBE has left tha Grand
Ole Opsry . . . taln't so. ERNIE'S
Just on his regular vacation, and
will ba back on the job some ot
tae daj-s . . . ROY ACUFF and
his S1IOKEY MOUNTAIN BOYS
are flying to Alaska in November,
for a five weeks tour of Armed
Forces Installations, to entertain
Uncle Sam's boys up there in the
cold north . . . They'll be back in
January . . .
Well you're still loyal to the
lenders. No changes in the first
three . . . two new ones on for
the first time . . . Here's how you
asked us to play 'em.
and historian, perreived duHnu I
visit in 1700 that the site had pos-
sibilities as a town. In 1705, Lawson 1
and other settlers Incorporates
Bath Town, first in the Province of
North Carolina. The others were
Joel Martin, Simon Alderson and
Nicholas Daw, with Thomas Hard
ing replacing Lawson shortly there
after. Robert Daniel, first Deputy Gov
enor of the Province of North Car
olina, made Bath the seat of his
government in 1704. Edward Hyde,
first Governor of the Province of
North Carolina, operated from Bath
75 years before New Bern became
first capital of the State of North
Carolina. Hyde took office in 1712,
and as was the custom, the gover
nor's home was the seat of the gov
ernment, with meetings being held
fre"uentlv at plantation homes.
Since Bath was not only the only
town in the Province but the capi
tal as well, many prominent fami
lies moved in from other parts.
Public buildings and fine homes
were erected and Bath became the
first official port of entry for the
Province in 1715. Manor houses,
large land holdings, wealth, culture,
finery, racing, fishing, and politics
MOTOR PARK .
PINK HILL, N. C.
Saaday Sept 19
Bod Abbott and Lau Cestella
Goes To Mars
Matk-Taea. Sept Zs-tl
Capt. John Smith And
Anthony Dexter ledy Lawrence
Cartoon and Comedy Every Mth
Car la FREE
Wednesday Only Sept 22
Rock Hudson - Yvonne DeCarlo
Cartoon Chapter 1 Sea of Geroa
Ime Thursday Only Sept O
Dana Andrews . Gene Tierney
Friday and Saturday Sept 24-25
Joel MoCrea Veronica Lake
Mount Olive, N. C
gun.-Mao.-TBe. Sept 19-M-tl
The High And The Mighty
with Job Wayne Claire Trevor
Phantom Of The
with Karl Tsblden-ratrtcia Medina
rrt-Bat Sep! 24-25
Valley Of The Kings
arlth Robert Tayter-Eleaaer rarker
L I Dont Hurt Anymore (1)
2. One By One (2)
K. Wells R. Foley
S. Even Tho' (3)
j Webb Pierce
4. Good Night Sweetheart
Good Night (4) Johnny Jack
. Looking Bock To See (S)
J. Tubb-G. Hill
& This Ole' House ( )
7. Go Boy, Go (7)
7. Sparkling Brown Eyes (S)
9. Rose Marie (9)
10. Hep Cat Baby )
Billboard Mag's "Spotllte" Is
turned on two of your favorites
this week. WEBB PIERCE comes
up with "Mora and More" and
"You're Not Mine Anymore;" also
ROY PRICE with "I Could Love
You More" and "What If He Don't
And that's the end of the paper
for this week. Glad we had this
chance to visit. Keep singing, and
until next week in this same
paper, and every night on the
WCKY JAMBOREE and HILL
BILLY HIT PARADE where we
like to gather 'round with all the
friends and neighbors.
were the order of the era.
Politics and rellgon, however, be-
gan to brew discord. Quakers, op-
posed to the established Church and
to the taking of oaths, had moved
in in large numbers. Efforts to have
them take the oath of allegiance to
Queen Anne met with such resis
tance that the effectiveness of the
government became jeopardized.
Then, during Governor Carey's sec
ond term, that began in 1708, Queen
Anne's cousin Edward Hyde showed
up claiming to have been appointed
governor but failing to bring with
him documentary evidence. Though
many were willing to accept him
anyhow, former Governor Carey de
fied him. Hyde armed a group of
followers and marched on Bath to
suppress Carey's rebellion, but met
too much opposition and had to
withdraw. Thereupon Carey's forc
ed marched on Hyde's position on
Albemarle Sound, found them too
itrong, lost his navy and fled to
lrginia. Sent to England for trial,
le was acquitted for lack of evi
lence of treason.
It is also true that many a young
.ian makes his way through college
..y working his father.
A man is known, not so much by
the company he keeps, as the con
versation he hands out.
' Wallace Motord?
' ''JteJLii'A.' Farmall.
J'4 1 .'.
Phonesf 3571 and 3581
.i !f ,
' Tha 1954 Amendments to the So
cial Security Act have ,not changed
tha definition ot fully insured, But.
here is a Special provision tor the
families of workers who died be
'or September 1, 195Q. In many cases
;he survivors of these deceased
jreadwinners could : hot get social
jecurlty benefits because the work
r had not been under social securi
ty'; long enough to be considered
fully insured under1 the ' old flaw.
With the new law, the worker who
iied after 1939 but before Sept 1,
1950 is considered fully insured if
he had at least six quarters of work
under social security. His survivors,
with the exception of a former
wife divorced and the dependent
widower, may : collect benefits be
ginning Sept 1954. No benefits may
be collected for months before Sept
1954. The survivor must apply for
the benefit and file proof of sup
port if it is required, by Sept 195.
There is another modification of
the requirements for attaining in
sured status under the 1954 amend
ments. This provision was designed
primarily for thl benefit ot people
whose jobs will be covered by so
cial security for the first time be
ginning January 1, 1955, but it may
be found to be to the advantage of
those workers who have been un
der social security 'before 1955. The
present requirements to be insured
are easy tor most people to meet,
but a special alternative has been
made for those who' die or retire in
the period between January 1, 1955,
and October' 1958. This alternative
is that when the worker dies or be
comes 65 during this time, he will
be considered insured if he has at
least six quarters of work under
social security after 1954. After Oc
tober 1958, this provision will no
longer be effective. By that time
the worker who was first covered
in 1955 will be able to meet the
same insured requirements as all
formerly covered workers.
By working under social security,
people earn "quarters" of coverage.
A quarter of coverage is earned for
every three months beginning Jan
uary 1, April, July 1, and October
1. To earn a quarter coverage, the
worker must have earned at least
$50 in cash wages or been credited
with $100 in self-employment in
come. Four quarters are earned In
any calendar year in which the
worker has earned up to $4,200 in
wages or self-employment or the to
tal of both. The self-employed peo
ple under social security count their
Beulaville. N. C
WEEK OF SEPT. 19-tS
Sunday and Mooday
"DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD"
Mickey Keooey . Diaane reatar
Taeaday and Wednesday
"RED GARTERS" in color with
Rosemary Clowney . Jack Carson
"STAGE COACH TO MONTGOM
ERY" with AUea (Reeky). Lane
Tharsday and Friday
"GOLDEN MASK" hi eater with
Vaa HefHa . Wanda Hendrix
"THE NEBRASKA" in color with
Fbil Carey Roberta Haynes
Serial Little Rascals camedy.
Comedies, Shorts ether night
1 FARM ALL "M"
t FARM ALL "H" r$$
I FARMALL "A" y $695
1 CUB With Equipment $695
1 SUPER "A" Guaranteed $995
All of the above reconditioned, guaranteed and carry a 90 day war
ranty just like a new tractor. Many other tractors, available here.
We also have several used Pickups and 1 BKS6. Low mileage, good
rubber. Bargain Prices. r , " t
Tractors McCormick Farm Machinery - International Trucks
. and Refrigeration U '
Inr,,v'rt A 77
AT THE WORLD'S POULTRY CONGRESS in Edinburgh, Scotland,!
Dr. Paul D. Harwood, noted parasitologist f Aahland, O stops to;
dmirt Joanie Brydon's handsome Buff Orphlngton pet. Dr. Harwood;
developed the nltrofuraiane-medicatsd feeds on which 350,000,009
broilers are raised each year. H addressed the Congress on a new nitro
furan drag. fnrasoHdone or nf-180, for treating fowl typhoid. Derived
from corn cobs ad oathulls, the nltrofurana have Many a set ia haman
WALTER ADOLPH BACKLEY
Walter Adolph Rackley, age 67,
died suddenly Tuesday night at his
home in the Dobson Chapel Com
munity of Duplin County.
Funeral services will be conduct
ed this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock from the Ruse Hill Presby
terian Church by Rev. Wade H.
Allison, pastor assisted by Rev,
Julian Motley, pastor of the Rose
Hill Baptist Church. Burial fol
lowed in the Rose Hill Cemetery.
The body lay in state at the Church
for one hour prior to funeral ser
He is survived by his wife, the
former Arlene Williams of the
home community, two sons, McClUre
Rackley of Newport News, Va., and
Felton Rackley of Wallace. Two
grand children. One brother J. A.
Rackley of Warsaw, two sisters Mrs.
Walter Sanderson of Magnolia and
Mrs. L. J. Page of Mt Olive.
earnincs on a yearly basis.
A representative from the Wil
mington district office is at the
court house in Kenansville on the
second and third Tuesdays of each
month at 11:00 a. m.
Friday and Saturday Deette aesMre
laCater witit Van JehssM
SIEGE AT RED RIVER
i Ernest Tabbs
HOLLYWOOD BARN DANCE
Monday and Tuesday
Ia Solar Starring Taavy Cnrtai
Lea Enrol Ceraedy
Wednesday and Thursday
LJ . Chapter 4 Canadian Mamntica vs. AUmic bmders ,
Implement I Co,
"- T ?it
It takes little time for the man,
who thinks he knows it all to tell
how little he really knows.
The man who learns from bis
own mistakes will be learning '
something new all his life.
Wallace, N. C.
4, Kinston, N. C.
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