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J, - BY PAUL BAKWICK . . t
' Three lew ordinances regulating
htlfraat labor, septic tank inrtalla
" tio nd itinerant foodhandUng op
. arations vera passed this week by
, the Duplin County Board of Health.
, The 'ordinances are 'designed to
, give County officials sufficient laws
- through which better and more ade
- quate health conditions ten be en-
forced. The new County laws were
passed. unanimously, by the, .nine
' maa board, j .
i t The three ordinances ' were pre-
V sented and prepared by sanitarians,
Joe Costin and Bill Byrd of the Du
plin County Health Department All
ordinances adopted will become ef.
fecUve March 1, 19S8.
, - Persons installing sewerage dis-
posal systems in Duplin on or after
March 1, will be requtred to obtain
V a permit from the Duplin Countat.
Health Department The regula-
'' tlons require that an Inspection of
' the site be made by the sanitarian
prior to commencing construction,
ii The system wUl be Inspected when
:' completed, for approval. Persons
' falling to obtain the permit and p
' proval of he. Health Department
wOl be ullty' of mlsdesmeanor
. end subject to fine. -s... . i
' The Board's adoption of the regu
, ',, latlons governing the housing . of
' migrant workers requires that ef
fective March 1, all migrant labor
ra housed in Duplin must obtain a
medical, health certificate from the
Duplin County Health Department.
Anyone providing housing for such
' workers must obtain a permit from
the Health Officer to do so. Pre-
mises where such workers are hous-
ed will be inspected and must of-
- ter sanitary means of excreta
' disposal and a sanitary water sup
t ply. - Persons failing to comply wrh
, the regulation will be subject to
Tchutco Plant BBfiroparation Is
A? Peak la Eosfcra f JorfiY Carolina
. . BT PAUL BAKWICK
Small patches of white sesem
. bling the remains of a big snow are
'' making their annual appearance, in:
wvv. M-JCMWT"W"''h- ' arona' yenaeco
- " ' Tobacco plant beds are being pre-
ved for sowing of seeds.-' clear
t of si teg, soil preparation and fu
During the past 20 years, many
changes have been made In plant
bedding of tobacco.
- Time was when Farmers would
begin clearing sites for tobacco
plant beds long before the last stick
ef tobacco had been sold. This is
still, done today, but not as much
as it was SO years ago.
, Today less emphasis is placed on
clearing areas in woods for plant
T beds because of fumiganta. "Weed
killing - chemicals have changed
' ' ' things.
The reason farmers went into
' wooded areas about every two years
'' to clear for "beds" was that wooded
areas freshly cleared of trees were
virtually free of weeds tor about
' J two years.
" This is still true, but with the in
" traduction of chemicals, plant bed
, (preparation, is not the drudgery it
i was St . one time. Weeding x is al
; most a complete thing ot the past
s tor tobacco farmers.
? Around the middle bf December,
' alter for tobacco beds are selected.
Oround breaking soon begins and
by January S, fumigation is started.
In this day and time, with farm
. 'vers primarily .interested. In pearly
r , tobacco plants," -beds-; for-, planting
ere finished by J anuary t and
''' sowing of seeds started --'- and of
ten completed by January 20. :
Thii trend' toward early tobacco
Hants is relatively new. It used to
llf ?'. ;
: kwOasiness, Also
' This week end end next week
! , are really bargain days in Warsaw.
' . - A. Brooks Department Store opens
Its annual January sale today, ' a
' sale that vbas become an institu
tion with' the company and with the
, - , , shoppers In Duplin County. Clrcu-
' lara have been mailed out and their
ed appears in this issue f the Tlm-
r ' , ; tA . ;
i Motig with the Brooks Sale, Farm
r rs Hardware and Merchandise Co..
wned and opented by Mrs. Floyd
vT - , trickland ; and Jimmy Strickland
Jn putting on another heavy spec
- tal in their department store. Hun
dreds of Hems have been further
i reduced for quick clearance.- - Also
' Jimmy has some very fint spec-
t lais in: nis : narawara store. ee
- ' Strickland's ad In this issue.
s. SoTlf-i you readers are looking
-j-.; nerchandise values that will save
you money why not load up and
- V ,;-drive to .Warsaw where you will
, j ( find them aplentyf .- '
Also, we might mention that OUv.
- er Jones, Warsaw, Bus Sta
f tiosi operator has opened an elec
tric Appliance Business in Warsaw
in the Bus Station building.' He Is
f featuring. Norge electric . appliances
and in his ad on another page you
' v will see the fine values and dis.
. counts being offered by Norge ap
pliances. See them on display while
2. XX ,KE1NANSVILLE, tyQBTH. CAROLINA,
fine r jjwbrlwmifcnt :
The fepdinance '.regulating tens,
porary loodhvndllng operations cov
ers all Situs tlohSAw here food is to
be soldver' pAlod ,of less than
one weeteY' This ' includes hot do
stands, tatoeohnortlon with carni
vals, foodioldy hyr civic clubs, chur
ches, pHVa';Uibs, or any others
not under e Stste Cafe Law. Stan
dards fiv terhporsry.' places under
these reguUUoos are somewhat less
strict thattv itbose for regular cafe
operaUnsr.yM .. - '
A rable control program has been
under a'delMntenVln Duplin County
for severBerAv'J connection
with suc a-Vprogram, the Board
give serious .ferihtldef ation to em
ploying a County vD5gWarden. Be
tween now and ha April meeting,
the proposal fof iDog Warden wUl
be discussed with the County Board
of Commissioners. ' ' " '
At the. jiame meeting, Dr. Troy
Kornegay of. Warsaw; was elected
to the Board to; till the vacancy
created by the resigiwtion last year
of Dr. C. Vi Zibelhv of WaUace.
Phillip Kretsch; St., replaced J. R.
"Bob" Grady on the Board. The po
licy is that the mayor ft( the County
Seat be member,, the County
Board o'-Bealfh,xVV'"1' '-
E. K. ellv wei Vflnrhed co-chalr.
man of the.'CoBBty'Board to act in
official rapacity, to Weevent Chair
man A.v Ci tHnll i .fbaent. -
Ctter' Vemberr 6f Jthe Health
Board are'O. V. Johnson. BUI Shef
field, Dr.xtV R Hawes, John Rhod
es and DraWcAit lTi Powers. Duplin
Health Officer and secretary to the
Board. sV'7VV.-, -
ChsirmanMlall suggested that the
Board meet OtwrteWy. It passed un
animously snathe next meeting was
set for AprQ. VOy
FA?ttlJAB SIGHT--Whlte patches ef eaaysM af familiar sights
In Eastern North Carolina from January 5, until tobacco traasplantr
log time arrives in tote April and early May. Here Norwood Vinson,
right, Mrs. Richard Corbett, left, and George Rose Vinson, back
ground, are ftunlgaUng their tobacco plant bed. They plan to
have Set yards tobacco plant beda this year, fa the New Hope
community ef Wayne County. (Photo By Paul Berwick.)
be February SO or even March 1, be
fore tobacco seed wore sown.
In turn, marketing of tobacco, is
faster.. Where farmers -used to Ap
ish marketing their tobacco around
Christmas,", it nowr.'mpleted a
round Thanksgiving J Eastern Ca
When the whit canvassed tobac
co nlant beds are seen, it brings to
mind that Eastern North Carolina's
"money, crop" Is once again in the
Although it takes several ' weeks
for the plants to mature for trar
planting in April and yearly Mi,
Men, Vhat "Would
If You Were In This
- What dees a nan de when he's
locked in a supposedly deserted
building wVh tww ladleaf Dees
he remain ealsa, eeel and eeileot-i
edt Nope. Or at leaet that's not
what Maurice Meere, of Wilming
ton did. v."'--.,:';
H , Eaek, Tuesday he eetnes te Ken-
.aswvtUe where he ha an office
ae Field luansjentotlve f or Se
oUI ataesrlty,j.' i :f A.vv'!
TneacUy he and two aeeretarh
were werbing away In their ef
fic en second floor ef the Court
House and time supped away
At 1 40 PJ- an effloea, both fa.
side and ecOaUe deors. are leek
ed. And. of eoorse, the main en
1 It wa p.m. before Meerb:
Sli hie isecretariea deeMed to
leave. When they did, they die.:,
eevered to their surprise that ther
were locked in.- ' ." -;.-::'
- Moore, being dignified as he Is
In sack reapomdble peaitlea, we
at edda aa te what te do. He M
net athletic eneagh te famp fresn
a window est the aeeend floor er
did ho fori te ; performing a
Tarsan st. t . '
Bo, he i Irn f"t he had a
strong and I t vel lie start
ed ye II tug a 1 1 t. y t'-jraeted a
TesJfi Ar g Ihloi'j
Duplin HD Clubs
Gel letter For
Christinas Gilt .
; Duplin County Home Demonstra
tion Qub received a letter of ap
preciation thl Aweek from Camp
Leleiih Naval Hospital for pecans
and walnuts which the local Ted.
eraUon sent during Christmas.
" Mrl Mae.' ,Hager Spicer, Duplin
County Home Agent, said this pro
ject Is an annual event with Duplin
Home Demonstration Club Women.
.The' SO, Chios collected pecans pri
or to Christmas -end sent them to
the Service Men at Naval Hospital,
at Camp Lejeune.
Because', of a shortage of pecans
this year in Duplin County, because
of Hurricanes; some EngUsh wal-nute'-were
purchased to supplement
the gift of pecans.
The huts are ' given- each year
through The Red Cross.
' ;.V ' ' -, . '
Red Cross Meeting
Here Tuesday High!
The annual mW-winter meeting of
the Duplin County Chapter of the
American Red Cross will be held
iij the local chapter buUdlng Tues
day night, January ,17th at 7:30
o'clock; Officials are urged to be
present and the public is cordially
farmers are continuously preparing
the tobacco crop... ,',
Fields have to,be roberly readied
bv dlscins.' rows1 wm, fields meas
ured, fertilizer distributed, tobacco
burners cleaned,' v toDacco oaras
cleaned. And now mechanical tobac
co harvesters pvi qi tip-top condi
tion, for), the eigbf lweeks of strain
through the harvesting season.
A survey" bt , farmers and mer
chants retailing' tobacco seeds, to
date, shows, that Dixie Bright va
rieties," Colter's 480,., and Hicks va
Tietles,'Wathe majbr varieties be
ing used iot toe ikjo crop.
"stranreif passing through Ken
ansville.. .'..- ;
This strangerv . cUnsr i the-nert
of the good Samaritan, located H
Kert PMIUps, a leeal lawyer, who
had s key to the building.
'.' 8eest the three were freed.
? '. At last Freedom freae the Ken
nsviHe Court Bens. And home
,fer an evening ef nteamtlesi
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- The following births were' record
ed at the Hewei Clinic in RoSeTffll
during the week, v'j.'-n.r.v
Mr.nd Mr El'fsh:1Sof Wari
law. - daughter. January 8.-.'' ' '-
Mr. - and M; s. - Jonnay- Hornn-oi
Rose I il, daughter j January S.
' Mr. and Mrs. WUlie Ray Dixon
of Kenansville, a daughter, Jnu.
Mr. and Mrs; Daniel Jackson Hen.
derson Of WaUace, a.' daughter, Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. John Oeorge McDuf-
tie of Wallace, son, January .
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,
Goldsboro Sub-District Methodist
Meetings; For January Announced
Sub-district meetings of the
Goldsboro District of The Method
ist Church will be held ss follows,
as announced by Rev, Mr M. Me
Lamb, Superintendent of the Dis
trict: ' s
.Monday,' January, It, Snow Hill
Methodist Church; Tuesday, 'Jan.
uary 17, St Luke Methodist Church,
Goldsboro; Wednesday, January 18,
Kenansville . Methodist Church;
Thursday, January 19. First Method.
1st Church, Clinton; u Friday, Jan.
20, Edgerton Memorial Methodist
Church, . Selma. - All meetings will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
i The following officials of the 103
churches of the district are urged
to attend one of the meetings: ' Pas
tors, official board chairman, charge
lay leaders, and' members of Com
missions on Finance.: Other Inter
ested members are 1 cordially in
BT J. B GRADT
TO PAVR ROAD
The Slate Highway Commission
called for bids Tuesday on 2.08 miles
ot grading and paving' from bridge
On East Main Street in Faison, east
to a paved county road, one mile
south of the hew Faison - Calypso
high school. ' .
Duplin County schools will re
ceive $301,238.91 . from the State
school bailaing funds according to
a report from Raleigh this week.
. COUNTY COURT NEXT WEEK
Next week ahould prove a hum
dinger in County Court here. Judge
Mercer and Solicitor Henderson
have a total of 148 cases on docket
Court convenes Monday morning.
No Jury will be used on the -first
day. Tuesday will be devoted to
trial of divorce suits. The first
day of the next term, Monday, Feb.
8th' will be for traffic cases only.
TRUSTEES TO MEET
The Board, of Trustees of the Du
plin General Hospital wiU hold its
regular sflusrterly meeting .In thaj
'Hospital ueie rwpninvciiin, -uary
17, at 7:80 o'clock. All mem
bers are urged to be present as
this IS a very- Important meeting.
A barbecue chicken and pig sup
ner will be held at the local school
lunch room Friday night, January
20 'h. Supper will be .served from
S:00 to 8:00 p.m. Griffin's of Golds
boro will furnish the Barbecue.
Trimmings and desserts will also be
served by local women. Prices are
$1.00 per plate for barbecue, both
chicken and pork. Children may
buy a .59 plate of pork barbecue,
but the chicken will be $1.00 to all.
Following supper double-header
basketball games will be played in
the gymnasium between Kenans
ville and Beulaville. First game at
7:30. Proceeds from the supper will
go to improve the schopl lunch
room. Everyone is urged to attend.
Emmett Kelly, county commission.
er, has been named by Chairman A.
C. Hall, es vice-chairman of the Du
plin County Health Department.
RALEIGH The Motor Vehicle,
Department's summary of traffic
deaths through 10 a.m. 1-966:
Killed this year: 16.
Killed to date last year: 36.
. It safety is worth a life, drive and
walk carefully. ?::
Jesse Lanier Takes No Messin' When
Marines Begin Stealing His Gasoline
Jesse Lanier, farmer near Beula
ville, saved county law enforce
ment officers a lot of work late
Saturday night, according to Sher
iff Miller. -
- He surprised ; three Camp Le
Jeune marines, stealing gaa from
his tractor. Armed, with a fllsh
light and a shotgun he apprehended
the three, brought them to- Ken
snsvUle, ahd turned them over to
Duplin County jailer.
A hearing before Justice of the
Peace C. C. Hester was held Sun
day at 1 p.m.-, Bond was set at $300
each for their appearance in county
court January 17. '-v :.,-. .:t
The men ' were released under
the authority of Capt A. R. Harris,
commanding officer. Company X,
will pe held in. the agriculture buil-
jftiplln CourttT. TarJn Agent Ver
hoa ' If '; Reynolds. said the meet
ing" wiU be aft all-day session, be
ginning at 10 sun.'--'''':;,.!-'
Various tvnea of Dole-barn
itructlon will be diaeussed With
models of the different styles .dis
plsved. i-r 's ';' .' i'-i-'J '-v'--
Reynolds informs that there is
eonsiderable interest in the - pole
barn type building. Such buildings
at poultry houses, pack barns, to
'' Purpose'. of the -meetings is to
inform the - leaders of the local
churches -about the new financial
plan of local church giving for ml"
sions and ' benevolences as adopted
by the North Carolina Methodist
Conference. -1 The Conference has
voted to abandon rigid system of
assessments to v local churches in
tupporting the missions and causes
of the Church, because of difficulty
in knowing the real ability of a
charch to give, and with the chal
lenge of sacrif leal giving out of
love for work ot the church be
yond the local community. The goal
and slogan of the Conference for
each local church in beginning a
new church year on July 1 is "As
Much for Others as For Ourselves."
Each church in a quarterly confer
ence will set the amount to be giv
en for conference benevolences in
the new church year.
For those Duplin Citizens, church
es and civic organizations that re
sponded to the plea for magazines,
games and books for patients at Du
Dlin General Hospital, Mrs. Mar
garet Da 11 and the Hospital admin
istration wish to express their ap
preciation. Mrs. Dail, Executive House Keep
er at the Hospital, said the response
bB' been "magnificent."
"Hardly a day goes by but what
someone or some group brings gam.
es, magazines or books to the Hos
pital," she said.
The Hospital personnel also wish
es to express appreciation for the
Bibles which Cedar Fork Baptist
Church donated for all patient
Peep Run Organ
. ..... , wnoir not; ittc;
' Jan. 9, 1950
Dear Mr. Editor,
We were distressed last week to
see the error which appeared in
your paper, "The Duplin TimM"
regarding the organ which the
John E. Hill Family presented to
Deep Run F.W.B. Church. ,. The
article appeared on the front page
and was headed, "Tyndall children
Present Organ to Deep Run Church"
The body of the Item was correct, ,
but people who have read the ar
ticle are confused and some of them
are not as yet aware of who gave
Would It be asking too . Si to
ask you to correct the error in this j
week's issue of your paper and have
it read careful'y? Tie children of
the late John E. Hill and his wife,
Serena Tyndall Hill, presented the
organ to the church in memory of
theirparents, (Serena Tvndall Hill
and John E. Hill). In other words,
the sons a"1 daughters, of Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Hill, both of whom are
dead, gave the organ to the church,
"ather than Tyndall children giving
the organ as your article said. It
was Hill children.
We will appreciate your Interest
In correcting this mistake as you
have - many readers who need to
be set right on this matter.
Thank you so very much,
Mrs. Whitford Hill
W arsaw Wednesday Nite
2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Divi
sion. They were Gerald C. Doss,
20, Joseph Costa, Jr., 19 and Dav
id Levite 18, Levite has been
charged with the theft the others
with hiding and abetting .
They told officers that they were
out of money and had no gas and
wanted to get back to the base.
Lanier said, he had been missing
gss on several occasions.
The ' three .Marines,' along with
two others had rented a house here
sometime ago from Mrs. D. S. Wil
liamson. They gave her a phoney,
address, saying they were not ma
rines, but worked at the marine
base. Last week, Mrs. Williamson
removed their furniture from, '.the
house and stored it 1 ...-'.,',.,.."
bccc barnveattie: brnr nd farm
machinery -buildings- are much .in,
demand in pole-bam ,eonstcSv
One o the -jn'a'tn Teasons is' that
this type.atructore is cheaper and
easier - to build. Poles ' used have
been treated , under pressure with
creosote. . ',l,v'-v - Wf-r - s
R. M. Ritchie, Jr.. Extension ttv
gineerlng Specialist at North Caro
lina State College, will be In charge
of thb elinle. ' t -
. Reynolds say aQ . tanners and
other persons who are interested in
pole-barn construction are urged
' BCBSOKirnoN BATES: flM per few
ttomtltlUMM Mde this area In Bf. C.t
Named Kmpuplm Polio mm
th Duplin' County March of Dime
Campaign, has released the names of .
community chairmen ; ana oirec-
tors . of the school campaigns
throughout the county.
xney are: Aioenson, jonn u.
Grady: Beulaville, BUI Thigpen;
Cabin, Mrs. Walter Rhodes; Calyp
so, Hiram C. Cooke; Cedar Fork,
Mrs. John R. Brinson; Chanty, Mrs.
A. B. Lanier.
Chinquapin, George Frank Lan-
den; Faison, John Warren; Harper
Southerland, Mrs. Ambrose Smith;
HallsvlUe, Mrs Ashe Miller; Ken
ansville, William E. Craft; Lanier's
Store, Jim Smith.
Lyman, Mrs. Graham Reece; Mag
nolia, Kenneth Taylor; Northeast
Willis Batts; Outlaw's Bridge, Rev,.
Vinton Bowering; Potters HUL L. M.
Bostic; Rones Chapel, John Good-
son; Rose Hill. Ben Harrell; Sa recta,
Mrs. Carey Williams; Summerlin,
G. E. Alphin; Teacheys, Mrs. C. H.
Coastal PIainiIIeagIe Club Holds
Field Trialf l85f Dogs
The 12th annual Field Trial of
the Coastal Plain Beagle Club was
completed last week end at the Luby
Hardison Farm, located about sev
en miles east of New Bern.
One hundred and eighty - five
Beagles - were in the running this
year, including both 13-inch and
15-inch dogs. ,
H. T, Abbott Sr., of LaGrange
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BEAGLE FIELD TRIAI A toUl 'bf 1$5 Beagles ran In the 1956
Coastal Plain Beagle Club's Field Trial at Jtew Bern. Pictured
Vlee,are some of the officials of the event, First row, left to right:
Earl West and Joe Hlnea. Second row: H. T. Abbott, Sr., presi
dent; Ray H. West Field Secretary; and. Ear) Brown, professional
Beagle handier. ' -.'.'
- Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Pickett, Wal
lace, a daughter January 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Outlaw,
Warsaw, a daughter, January 9.
For every man who lives to be
85, there are seven women but by
that time lfs too late!
An. evening of round and square
dancing is to be held at the Ameri
can Legion Home in Warsaw on
Wednesday night starting at 8:00
p.m. on the 18th of January. This
dance is to be sponsored by Post
127 and Irene Yancey and all pro
ceeds above the actual expenses of
March of Dimes Fund which is the
Polio Benefit Fund , of Duplin Co.
A good string band will be on hand
for the square dancing and will be
led by Garland Heath and a Juke
Box will be furnished by the Rey
nolds Music Company of Clinton for
the round and bop dancing. Rob-
erson s Beverage Company of Clin
ton also will furnish drinks for
the dancers when they get thirtv.
Everyone la invited to come from
8:00 p.m. until and have an eve
ning of fun and the very low ad
mission price of 50c and 75c will so
for a very good cause.
Tlief first Snowfall
To Slick; Tuesday
,, The youngsters did get the oppor
ttjMty'V'f throw a tew snowballs
Tuswy 3 morning. .Not the first
vfeowfall W the season but the first
to .stick. It was light ' foUowing
J, sleety .rain and "snow- during the
nipni ana was au gone- oeiore am
ierANot enough fell to permit a
'snowman but many youngsters saw
'their .flrat-'anow. -.,-,-r, r.
The MoW wag a result of the
heavy storm off the North Carolina
Coast which did heavy damage at
beeches t Nags Head and Kitty
k I jpnunaed eat Baehj
fa PapU B adjlng
UM HUM IC C.
. Wallace, Mrs. C. V,
Warsaw; Mrs Glenn
v, mis uienu xuiuuie axiif
Concord, Mrs. D. S. Matthews.
School - directors are: Beulaville,
W. R. Humphrey; B. F. Grady, H. M.
Wells; Calypso, H. E. Grubbs; Chin
quapin,. R. L. Pruitf T"if". F-i
Sutton; Kenansville, Z. W. Frazelle,
Magnolia, J. W. NewKirK; nose
Hill, William R. Teachey; Wallace,
E. D. Edgerton; Warsaw, J. P. Har
mon, and Potters Hill, Oscar Ken
David N. Henderson, of Wallace,
is assistant March o fDimes Director
for the County: this year.
A report -by the County Chapter
ton Infantile Paralysis shows that
Dtrp)Jnecelved during 1955 $6,899.
37. IV' Of 'this amount $2,375.53 was
raised locally and $4,150 was ad
vanced to the" County from the Na
tional Foundation upon request.
-' Total disbursements for 1955 was
$6, 182.73. Ttn patients, stricken be-
and president of the organization,
Mifl th. Field Trial at Now TWn
is one bf the most outstanding in
Each yea pwtiers and profession
al handlers' from 12 to 18 states in
Eastern ' United States attend the
Fieid1, Trials. This year Beagles
f rom, rTarth Carolina, South Caro
lina, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland,
From January 5 through January
11, the following persons were ad
mitted to Duplin General Hospital.
Flannie -White, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil White, Route 1, Kenans
ville 1-5 to W.
Mary Hurcy, Chinquapin, 1-9.
Milton Ray Southerland, Rt 1,
Chinquapin, 1-4 to 1-7.
' Amos Q. Brinson, Kenansville, 1-7
Wilms Brown Lanier, Rose Hill,
1-7 to 1-10.
Dennis Lee White, Rt 1, Warsaw,
1-7 to 1-10.
Walter Blizzard, Beulaville, 1-8.
Thomas Eugene Dixon, Rt 3, Beu
laville, 1-8 to 1-10.
Teresa Lee Whitman, Rt 1, Mag
nolia, 1 to 1-9.
Christine Best Sanderson, Kenans
Mattie Futrell Jones, Rt. 3, Rose
Edith Norris Henderson, Rt 1,
Ward Rouse, Rt. 1, Kenansville,
Alice Dall Mercer, Rt 2, Pink
Hill, 1-10 to 1-11.
Edna Dean Smith, Beulaville, 1-10.
Agnes Inez Brown, Rt S, Rose
Hill, 1-10. '
Hazel Piner, Beulaville, 1-11.
Ralph Merritt, Rt 2. Warsaw, 1-11.
Sallie Elizabeth Brown, dauch.
ter. of Mr. and Mrs. Derald Brawn,
Tarboro, N. Ch 1-11.
Gerald Franklin James, Chin
quapin, 1-11, J , i
' Beulah Pickett Wallace. 14 to 1-
11.' f V'.. '.i-v.-.sf . .
WiUlajnCweJr., rirst. LI to
1-10. .,.7 ' 4
i Doretha Dobson,, Rt 1, Magnolia,
1-7 to ua , . - - n
Rosetta Sel!ra Rt. L Magnolia,
1-itdJ-ll. ' ; rV. '
I Sdnd Out' Warsaw.
Amos- Wi ... Magnblls:,- i". "
? James .Cromarty, Rt 1. WaUace,
admitted and discharged 1-10.
. Bertha Lee Judge, Rt 1, Beula
ville, 1-11. r
'' Pauline t irdetL Rt 1, Wallace, 1.
11. -Y. ' r " 1 -
Betty wrilams, Bt L Kenansville.
Ut' ' . -i -
LiUle "Wrlfiht Rt J, Wallace, lAt
PRICE TEN CENTS
fore 1999, received $5,529.89, and one ;;
patient; stricken with pouo in uao,
received $47810. ' ' "
: A break-down of disbursements of
funds for patient care in 1955 shows "
Georgia Warm Springs .Founda
tion, $151.80; Central Carolina Con-
valescent Hospital, Gfeenaboro, $4,. .:;
504.50; Dr, ' EulysS i R. Troxler,
Greensboro, $29.00; Dr J. F. Regis- "
ter, Greensboro, '440.00; Dr. James
R. Brandon, Wilmington, $43; Dr. E.
T. Marshburn, Wilmington, $34.00; .
Charlotte Brace Shop,. $228; Floyd
Brace Shop, $110? Gilmore Clinic, 1
Greensboro, $50.00 and Duke Hospi
tal, Durham, $78149. 5 '
Citizens of Duplin County are '
reminded that over the past several
years, since the organization of the
Polio Foundation, Duplin County
has received twice as much from
the Foundation as has been sent to
the organization. , . .
New Jersey, .Pennsylvania, New
York, Michigan, Tennessee, Weat
Virginia and Connecticut were en
tered Jn competition.
Cash awards are made each year
with 30 per cent of the entry fee
being divided among the winners.
A first place winner receives 40 per
cent of the total amount set aside
for prizes; second place, 30 per cent;
third place, 20 per cent and fourth
place, 10 per cent.
Coastal Plain Beagle Club tar
member of the American Kennel
Club. The Field Trial is held under -
rules and regulations ot the A.K.C,
thus Beagles which run at New
Bern receive official recognition
throughout the United States.
Judges for the event are approv
ed by the AJC.C. This year Harold
Es'er, Gaffney, S. C, . and T. EL,
"Tommy" Rogers, Penn's Grove, N;
J., were judges. ,
Despite the fact that there are at '.
is still active and the Field Trials
pull to North Carolina some of the
"very best Beagles."
An example of this is shown Jn
that six of the top professional
handlers in the Country attended '
the 1956 running. They were Berl
Bishop, Franklin, Va.; Bob Bass,
East Berlin, Pa.; Ev Stineman,
South Fork, Pa.; Lama Laney, Mai
den, N. C; Louv Wood, Kirkwood,
Pa.; and Ralph Lamb, Inman, S. C.
Members of the North Carolina
Club are hoping" mote Beagle own
ers will take an Interest in the Field
Trials at New Bern. "We have a
fine organization, "Abbott said,, "We
have one qf the best. But we need
more Interest in North Carolina. We
should have 300 to 350 Beagles en
tered each year and we believe it
will eventually be' that big."
Officers of the Club are, 'other
than Abbott: Fred Dawson, first
vice - president Klnston; John Har
vey, second vice president Kln
ston; and Mrs. R. H. West secre
ta-r - 'reasurer. New Bern.
In charge of the Field Trial are:
Joe Hines, LaGrange; Luby Hardi
son, Earl West New Bern; Skeet
Abbott, LaGrange and Dawson.
Ray E. West, of New Bern, Is
Held Trial aeertr.r,iv.;vi-v'' '
MISft MARCIA Vi. 2 tt OTT '
' Miss Marcia Marie Scott accepts
position ob Staff of Duplin General '"
Hospital to begin January 16. ' '
.Since completing a three year
nursing course at Highsmith Ho- - :
pitaL Fayetteville In September 1933 1
she has been employed there' as. '
charge nurse. Miss Scott passed
the North Carolina State Boar J of
'Nurse Registration this fall.,
i She Is the daughter of Mrs. Oar
Irle. J. Scott and the late A. J. Scott
lot Mt OUve.
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