I >7 Nn. Cart lvey
T^rji Padgett were
^ Mr and'JAfs Aelvin
fa }? tost week with her
Kuby Grady and daughter
?ft to Durham tor a week
K#<th Mr, add Mrs. Thur
Kegari. They attended the
?PMUhetMl jame Sat
Eltr. and^Mrf A. D. In
?jnday ware Mr. and Mrs.
Ben of Witsaw and Carl
BUr. and Mrs. Mack Sum
?patf daft^Ht^s of Kenans
?pe Callers in the Gordon
SStan Waller visited at
^?jhriday and Saturday with
^^K|?s. W. C. Adams.
?Hk Dail Returned to her
?w&aturday following two
?ft. with her son Alton
Kiting the' Alton Car
?' ?t Jfathns. e . ^
Bt Sunday were M^s. H. E.
Reoansville,, Mr. and
B|i? Smith and family of
?Hlftel. Mr. and Mrs. W.
?Band girls of Indian Spr
Kikd Juha Ann KeUum of
^Mjfoent wckend with their,
jKer, Mrs. Etta Outlaw
?r Mr. and Mrs Carre 11
?if Kins'on visited the
and their daugh
Hj^HHifNt home with. them.
R,' and Mrs. Jonas Dail and
^^Bk^O^rrie Scott vnitcd several
|HU?cs and! fc-Lndt si V syce
Kjj3K|tj?)riat hospital Sunday.
/ tJWft W. Waters hfs returned to
I ' Wmitu Memorial hospi a! for lur
M^end guests dt Mr and Mrs.
5 'Hr& Outlaw were ifr and Mrs.
Put.aw and daughter of
^^H^r>,uline Walici of P'iIock
ville is spending some time with
her sister Mrs. Helen Wallei
Sopya Marie Powell of Warsaw
spent Monday with her aunt and
uncle Mr. gnd Mrs. Jonas Dail.
During the weekend vjgitorrf ol
Mr. and M^s. Eugene Outlaw wpre
Mm Martha Chapfcll aadl I^U?
of Clinton. Jesse and Cliltoh Quinc
of Wafsiw. . ft
Mrs. Annie Garner of Pink Hill
spent the vitekend with her sis
ter, Mrs. Emma Outlaw.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sut
ton of LaGrange visited Mr. and
Mrs. Gurnie Scott and Elwood.
The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Gruhbs
and family were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Rouse. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torrans and
daughtef of Wijsfif and Mr. and
Mrsi W. E. Tyndall of Kihstofi
were guests, of Mrs. Nora Outlaw
during the weekend.
Mrs. Ruby Grady, and Gail ytt?
ited the Rey, and: Mrs. E. R. Cldfcg
at the , Methodist . Retirement
Home, Durban? Sunday, also Aus
tin Anderson at Ytierant Hospital
Mrs. Lewie Keathdey was ad
mitted t? Wayne Memorial hos
pital Sunday wh^re she is expect
ed to undergo suregry, w
Visiting the, Roland Thjgpens
Sunday were.Mr- and Mrs. Harold
Sutton and children and Mrs. Ray
Malpass and son of Goldsboro,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thigpen, Win
nie and Judy of Grifton.
Seven Hundred Hogs were exhibit
ed at the sixth annual Sampson
County Market Hog Shpw. It was
sponsored by the Clinton Chamber
of Commerce. Out of this number at
hogs Hayes Gregory, professor of
Animal Husbandry at N. C. ?tate
College, selected a 205 .lh. Hagnp
shire pig belonging to Jim Cannpdy,
Route, 1, Faisoq, as grand cham
pion of the show.
Over 600 people packed the staqd*
to watch this hog sell to Ltnidy
Packing Co. of Clinton for $2.00 per
The reserve champion pen wpt a
pen of three Hampshires exhibited
by Glenn Cannady, brother to Jifti
Cannady who exhibited the grand
Concentrate Effort Against Respiratory
Diseases Launched In Natf6n & County
The Duplin County Tuberculosis
, Association will join the North
I Carolina Tuberculosis Association
and:the National .Tuberculosis Xs
t MK-iation in a nation wide educa
ticw^^aiopaiKjjtd fight jyspira
^Theobjective c4 the campaign
wul be to' alert In* public to the
two major symptoms of respira
tory diseases-chonic coughing and
his private physician for an exam
and any-other means.
and ail otHer segments of the to
bacco industry in order to promote
tKfc wflfare df the total tSSterio ih
(f) In order to. properly prosecute
m dbtes aft ptfrpoies above set
forth, the Corporation shall , hhire
#11 powier and authority to receive
^^^^P^^ns' and bdrrow^money;
Otherwise acquire; hold, mortgage,
eortvey and otherwise dispose df all
kinds of property both real arid peri
sp&fi, both in tins state and in all
Other states, tCritories arid depeii
deridris of the United StriteS and
generally dt perform all acts which
may be deeftied necessary or ex
pedient for die proper and success
ful prosecution at the objeet and
ptaiiM fofr which the Association
President - ^Jrover*Ehodes
Vice President-Norman rfope
Directors-J)urwood Evans; Chin
quapin. ,N. C.
Jimmy W. Stroud; Kenansville,
Wiiiiam Costin; Warsaw, N. C.
Wlilfam Sullivan; Mt. Olive, N. C.
Henry Carter; Wallace, N. C.
Each Tobacco Grower. Business
man, and other interested person is
urged to Join. Toe membership fee
ia fc.00 per year. Persons writing
All physicians of the cdunty
wilf.be informed about ttie en
deavor and encouraged to take
messages wUl be everyone in the
general public. ,
Any club or organization inter
ested in UavTril a on
Respiratory Diseases should con
tact X*. Edward L. Boyette .pres
ident of ^heDupht) County T&ber
i jgita avLtWa.-* sly jfar /xltxA>r
iiiciuuci stups me as iumuws.
William Cost in; Route 1, Warsaw,
Shirley N. Smith; Route 1, Ken
ansville, N. C.
Durwood Evans; Chinquapin, re
Bbmett Rogers; RoOte J, Pink
Hill N 0
Jimmy W. Strbud; RehanSville,
Robert F. Willamsbn; Kehiris
ville, JT. C.
Divifl E. ROfisb; R. F. D:, Mag
nolia, N. C.
Wehdell fehcheir; Rosfe Httl. ft
Renry Carter; R. F. P.. Willace,
Ra^ Bruce Beavers; Routi 1, Mt.
Oil ire, H. C.
John G bod son; Route I, Mt. Olive.
Paul E. pai; Kenansvillb. N. C.
Norfnbh Hope'; Rbute I, Warsaw,
Featured In N&O
In ti>e Starch 20 issue of the fJews
and Observer an article appeared
concerting Mrs. Msyy King ^need
ier. Mrs. Kneed ler resigned her post
as chief of the Public Health Nur
sing section of the State Board of
Health and moved to Cullowhee-a
rural village in nountaineus Jackson
It will interest the people 0|f Dup
lin County to know that Mrs. Kneed
ler is a native of Duplin. She is
Her husbaitd, Jay K Xneedier,
formely manufacturing engineer
with the Westinghouse plant fa Ral
eigh, accepted a teaching pbsition
at WCifart CaroBna Concge,
Mrs. KnwsJler had resign^ i frdh
Kneedler are busily adjusting their
lives to the small college town life.
Patients At Mi
Patients admitted to-Duplin Gen
eral Hospital 3-18-28-63.
BEULd^ILLE - Lwnie PAneJ
Betsy? Mleoit fttMii,
Grace Ray nor, Saral^ Hall, and
B chi NQuX^AniiiT ferovrn.
Baby Boy Brown, Elizabeth White,
Alice Pickett, J&soph I.anfcf.
FAISON - Qufnc? Hill. James TOy
i0MAONbtiiA - Mackle
Beulah Culbreth, Helen dlaijpftT,
Sp}^Klt5lti - Bailie tfestWoofc,
WARSAW - Eurfice Dixon, Clevfr
land Turner. Nin* Gainer, H^n
Henderson, Dlfe Cook, Shirley Tsty
lor, Thelma Carroll.
Wallace - Dorjs ttarshburn,
Leatha Cavenaueh, Kenneth gSM
tain, Alvin Hall, BertHa Rbyes.
rTovii Dixon, Christopher Pkilcttt.
CALVPSO - Anrne Sobhtsoh.
MX. OtlVE - Charlie Arri?te.
ALBBRTSOJ? - Rarisotirt Kdirhe
Got a Houti to rent? A low
duplin.times want ads. 2ss
quality jos printing call thk
DUPLIN - TIMES.
need stationery, envelopes.
business forms printed? con
tact DUPLlN-tlmes jos prin
"Southeastern Dist !
Queen of Music
Miss Carolyn Gresham, daUght- i
ei of Mr. ana Ml*, J- X. Gresnani (
Of Warsaw and piano pupil of
t.W. J. IjiddletOo, Jr. WW i
a "Southeastern District i
lyfi will f>e the sSuthelistefi Dis
trict representative at ,tjig; State <
convention contest in Stiftcjville (
Mto? Dh. Nine distficts in |
the iMh vMtf be represented and t
to the outstanding girl and boy (
will go aj,125.00 scholarship. LasJ
year Carolyn was 1st runner-up ini,
the state. I,
Students playing in this contest
in Sew ..tfern were: Carolyn Gre- l
sham and Bette Walston of War- )
saw, Mary Ruth Gardner, Diane
Fann, Jimmy Ship and Jimmy
Dudley pf; Clliiton. fencer Whit
man and Jhfrmy %re?th of New
Bern. Jimmy Meddrltn was cho
sen King for his District.
Judges M tHtt eten t were Mrs. I
CWrda "furrier an$ Mrs. Sara Ab
ernethy of New Bern. The contest
was held in the home of Mrs.
Andrew W. Fuller, Southeastern
District Junior Counselor.
rhey strike between 2 p. m. ana
10 p. in., but u6 occur at any
"Most of the krtbwn tornadoes
n thy Stale have struck the p:ed
l oitt aril interior coastal plain,"
:he bure>u. exblajfiid, 'cat a 1,-w
iay| 4ffe< tdfl the mountain see*
;ion add other* have etnick on tjW
The bureau dSfcribed a torn*
lo as a "spinning funnel - shafted
tloud, extending toward the earth
i-om the base of a thundercloud.'
When near, they sound like roar
>f many airplanes. ^
The bureau . advised these pre
cautions, should a tornado ap
..k. Xake shelter Ipi a cave or
jnderground excavation, if possi
2. If underground protection is
Rear Nt R. C.
Carolina's thrnadb sea
son is approaching the U. 3, Wea
ther Bureau at Raleigh-Durham
Airport warned Wednesday.
It said the State is outside the
printipal tornado areas of the na
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