^B"i I lull II Inn Mull's Jay tees, 7-6
I ^Selected From Teams
^^^?1 Greenville This Month
P 7 I
NT* Jaycees soundel off
week dropping tbe unde
ns 7-6 behind the 6-hit pit
All Star Ricky Gardner.
I first loss for the Lions
two years after winning
t games and tbe league
flip last year,
running, Lions were lead
the first inning 4-6, but
ful Jaycees came back in
I to score seven times
and stop the Lions winning streak.
With seven mora regular games on
the schedule it looks like the IJons
may get their second straight
Mowever the high flying Jaycees
were clipped 6-5 in their next out
ing as Ted Wilson's Rotary tamed
Mulft team. Ronald Beasley, anoth
er All Star selection, hurled a neat
7-hitter at the Jaycees and moved
his team into second place. Gard
ner hurled a hefty 3-hitter at Wil
son's team but the walks gave the
Rotary the edge. He walked 10 men
and only Chase, Beasley, and Blan
chard were able to get a hit. Right
fielder, Don Best, paced to Jaycees
with two-for-two. Steve Jones, an
other all time Little League great
and an All Star selection, had one
Gene Hager's Lion team hat
found the going a litle rough witl
the Uke's of veterans such as Wil
son. Parkerson, and Mull around.
His young team has been unable to
get in the winning column with a
The All 6tar selection was made
i this past week by the managers and
are as follow's: Duane Millard,
Lions; Tommy 'Benton, Lions; Rob
ert Blackburn, Lions; John Fon
veille. Lions; Pat Matthis, Lions,
Ken Brock, Lions; Ronald Beasley,
Rotary; Billy Potter, Rotary; Geor
ge Lloyd, Rotary; Steve Sheffield,
1 "1. j
Jaycees; Steve Jones, Jaycees;
Ricky Gardner, Jaycees; Roy War
ren Jaycees; Dean Lane, American
The All Star team will work out '
as a team under Ted Wilson and '
Del Parkerson. They will represent 1
Warsaw in District IV Playoffs in
Greensville, July 23rd. Warsaw AH
Stars will play the winner of the
Tarboro-Robinsonville game at nine
o'clock the morning of July 23rd.
Support the stars.
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the owner, and Mrs. Bosttc and
sons, who will operate the business,
are natives of Pink J WSM. have
had several yeara ekperleftce in the
dry cleaning busiiMen in Norfolk,
Heading College Union
The College Union at East Caro
lina College has begun its summer
program. Heading the student or
ganization for the summer are Don
na Sumner of Beulaville, president
and Katherine Hollingsworth of
Teachey who was greeted chairman
of the bingo-ice cream parties sche
duled for the summer. "
An Honor Roll student at East
Carolina, Miss Sumner ig?n active
member of Alpha Phi, sodal soror
ity; Aquanymphs,1 ?rimming club,
and the Nurses Clm She has also
served as a freshman counselor and
as chairman of a College Union
committee. Her guardians are the
Rev. S. A. Smith and Mrs. Smith
tfllace Rotary Ends Kenansville's
15 - Game Winning Streak...
fljfrkes Need Only Two More Wins
IHrfn Leaaue Championship
Little Tar Heel Standings:
GAMES THIS WEEK
K>iHe at B'ville Jaycees
Lions at B'ville Presby.
Rotary at Rose Hill
B'ville Presby, at K'ville
Rose Hill at Rotary
B'viBe Jaycees at Lions
I The Wallace Rotary defeated the
?rt salon Yankees of Kenansville,
M thin nast week and stoDDed a 15
game winning streak. The Yanks
went through last season without a
defeat ending the regular season
wjth a 9-0 record.
This year the K'ville Yanks won
six straight before the Rotary edg
ed them 5-4. It was the first loss
tar Ihe Yanks great little hurler
Clark Helton. Clark has won three
heusn going down.in defeat. He
did'contribute to .his own cause with
'*? a.,>Hble. Jimmy Stroud, Steve
PpMhriia, and Jennie Bostic each
?*T? Jerry Weeks was the
Winner for the Rotary and I might
. add was very happy about the whole
flHhg. Be is the only boy to turn the
trick in two years.
la the second game with the Ro
tary last week, Ronnie Bostic, the
lnsfcs ace hurler, set the Rotary
4MWa on two hits as his team won
: It was the fourth straight win
for Bostic a sure bet for the all
star team. Helton was the big man
with the stick. "Heavy", or Clark
had three-for-three, to pace the
K'ville team. Stroud had one-for
one for Kenansville. J, Weeks and
M. Ginsberg had the only two hits
Bobby Batts Yankees downed the
Wallace Lions in another game last
week 7-3 behind the neat four hit
pitching of ace Rennie Bostic. The
K'ville team had to take the Lions
seven innings before winning. Jerry
Willougby, the loser, led the Lion
with two for three. The Yanks big
timber Tommy Johnson smashed
two doubles and a single. Johnson
with a .616 batting average has had
10 straight hits and five of them
have been doubles. At one time this
season, Johnson had four home runs
after going to bat five times. Man
ager Batts really lights up when
you mention Johnson. He thinks
Tommy could go places in baseball.
The Yankees Clark Helton pick
ed up another win this past week
as he hurled the league leading K'
ville team to a 4-3 win. Harold Thig
pen hurled for Beulaville team.
Johnson, the power-packed timber
man had a perfect day at the plate
with four-for-four. Bostic, top hur
ler with a .493 average, had three
This week Manager Batts and
Amos Brinson will select an All
Star team to represent the Tar Heel
League in Area Seven Playoffs.
^tfee following cases were tried
teftre Gordon Muldrow, Justice of
^?Gtenn Williams Rollins, Jr., -and
g Safeert Louis Parser were charged
1 ?tth speeding over 65 mph. The
rjlilMlliiiL officer was 1.. C. Jack
? WfBiam C. Thomas waB charged
BKbl appearing in tl<e town of Reu
HKffle in a drunken condition. He
HK^janpended upon payment of
Bntind Brown was charged with
gHjKSnring in the town of Beulaville
WHma drunken condition. Case sus
ajHtfed upon payment of Court
?Hi Arresting officer, H. J .Brown.
Htalip Shirell Futural was charg
^Hkh failing to yield right of way
:^HM*ber vehicle approaching an
?fraction on a main traveled or
Wghway J. S. Briley was
officer. The case was sus
?CM upon payment of fine and
Hfe.Arnel Poole was charged!
with failing to yield right of way.I
| Wft Jackson was arresting officer 1
suspended upon payment!
HE| suspended upon payment ol
?p. and court cost. L. C. Jacksorl
m*m Alfred Gresham was charl
^^Hrith failing to yield right oi
Wp therefore causing a wreckl
sKib was suspended upon paymen
WSm and court cost. H. J. Browi
Sgrs. Josephine Farrior was charl
causing disturbances oi
Mpreraises of plaintiff, and alsJ
?U and threating plaintiff
pBafendant withdrew warranl
?fiftyed court cost. James a|
iH was arresting officer.
Ksb Gene Hail was chargel
|i aMSr^isobeying stop signal. Caa|
^ost I, C. Jackso
Scott's Store News
Mr. and lira. Larry Hargroves
and childre oof Albany, Georgia ?
and Mr. and Mrs. Jarry Hargroves '
and children of Ontarie, Canda are
visiting Mrs. Thelma Hargroves and
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Scott and ]
daughter Nancy of Southern Pine
visited the Tdft Herrings Thursday i
afternoon. Nancy remained for a ]
longer visit. <
Lester Ray Brinson of Illinois is
spending some time with the Sam
Mrs. Pauline Wailler of Pol
locksville spent Thursday with ,
Mrs. Loin Waller and Lorena.
Mr .and Mrs. Jonas Dail were ,
visiting near Warsaw Thursday ?
with ifr. and Mr* Currie Dail
Mr. and Mrs. Royte Kornegay ,
of Seven Springs, Mrs. Pauline
Waller of Pollocksvilie, and Mrs. ;
Helen Waller atentded the Bap
tist foreign mission convention at
Ridgecrest last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Dail and
grand children of Pink Hill were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thaddeus Dail Sunady.
Festus Powell is at. home after .
spending a feiw days last week at
N. C Memorial hospital, Chapel
Hill tor treatment.
Harry Waller of Florida and
Mrs. Glennie Outlaw of Ashland,
Va. dined with the W. E. Waller
family Tuesday at dinner.
Mrs. O. W. Scott and son Joe
are spending some time at Green
ville while Joe is taking a course
in speed reading at the college.
Visitors in the Taft Herring
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Myers of Mansfield, Ohio;
Mr. and Mrs. Devon C Herring
ind baby Clayton; the Lorry Har
grove family of Georgia; Mr. and
lli-s. Jarry Hafgroves of Canada.
Nancy Scot of Southern Pines
ind Joe Scott
Thursday Judy Waller accom
panied the Y. F. A. of Snow Hill
Church to Tope ail beach on a
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Tucker
tnd children of RosweM, New
Mexico were Sunday dinner gue
ss:- of the Tipp Scots.
Sunday visitors of Mrs Helen
Waller were Dr. and Mrs W. C.
Adams and baby of Clayton,
Nancy Scott, Southern Pines and
El wood Scott is home following
several days tre itment at VA hos
Mrs. Annie Quinn of Warsaw is
spending this week with her dau
ghter and family, the Eugene Out
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Outlaw and family, Mrs. Nora
Outlaw and Mrs. Annie Quinn
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Tyndall at Kinaton.
Visitors in the Tipp Scott home
Sunday afternoon were Mr and
Mrs. Bill Herring and baby of
Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Mjyers, Mansfield, Ohio; Nancy
Scott, Southern Pines and Janet
Mrs. Gurnie Scott was admit
ted to Parrott Memorial hospital
Kinston Monday for treatment.
Mrs. Wilbur Powell of Sumter,
S. C. Mrs. Addie Barden of
Princeton, Tony Kaye and Ray
Barden of Raleigh visited with
the William Waller family Thu- I
Duplin's Comm. Dev. Baseball
W L Pet
Plefasant Grove 6 1 .857
Potters Hill n 4 2 .666
Beautancus . ?3 4 .428
Rones . 0 6 .000
MEET THE PRO . . . James "Jim" Simpson has accepted the
position of golf pro at the Duplin Country Club Inc., it was announced
not long ago by the Board of Directors.
Simpson is a native of Charlotte. After cmpleting high school,
Jim served fours years apprenticeship in golf under Bill Goebel,
owner of Hillcrest Golg Course in Charlotte.
In 1932, Jim turned pro and head professional at the Carolina
Golf Course in Charlotte for three years after which he took over in
the same capacity at the Municipal Golf Course* there for a period
of six years. In June, 1939, he married Edna Davis of Fuquay Springs.
Deciding to leave the golf work, Jim got a job in a textile machine
shop. He was inside and miserable; however, this did not last long.
In 1942, Uncle Sam relieved the situation and after thirteen
weeks of basic training at C#mp Croft his next stop for twenty-nine
months was the Pacific Islands with the 43rd Infantry Division.
Returning to the United States in October, 1945, he made up his
mind that golf was his life and in August of 1946 became affiliated
with the Richmond County Country Club, in Rockingham, as pro,
manager and greenskeeper, he served for sixteen years.
For six months, before con&ig to the Duplin Country Club, Jim
and Lady Edna were with C. C. McCuiston of Morehead City Count
try Club as professional and construction.
Jim, as most folks call him, is also well known throughout the
Carolinas for his teaching ability. Now, Jim and Edna have become
a part of our community, they are Striving and hoping to .have the
course open for play by August 1st. ... for the women folks to . . .
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