Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gooding
and daughter, Elizabeth, of Gray,
Georgia spent last week here with
the Roscoe Jones'. Other guests of
the Jones' recently were Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Jones and daughter.
Amy, of Wilmington, and Jimmy
Bowden of Rose Hill Tuesday night
Mrs. Clarence Murphy has
returned from Norfolk, Va. after a
visit there with her brother, Walter
Edna E. Brinson and Ruby G.
Newton attended an Eastern Star
workshop in Jacksonville on Satur
The Joseph Hewettes of Fayette
ville spent the weekend with the
Wilev T. Booths.
Mrs. Rudy Navidad of Fayette
ville visited her mother, Mrs. Robert
Hollingsworth on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Ketelsleger
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fes
Turlington to Raleigh Saturday to the
annual state Agribusiness Council
Audrey Kilpatrick and Donna
Ashley of Greenville attended home
coming at Dobson Chapel Sunday.
The week before, Audrey went to
Winston-Salem for an eurology
seminar representing Pitt Memorial
Mrs. Edna Paschal of Glendon
spent the weekend with Mrs. Gordon
Kornegay and accompanied them to
hfew Bern Sunday to the christening
of Aaron Paschal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Art Paschal. The service was
held in the First Methodist Church.
Mrs. Joanie Mabry and Holly of
Rock Hill, S.C. spent Monday and
Tuesday here with the Gordon
Mrs. Hazel W. Scott spent last
weekend with the Harold Presythes
at Myrtle Beach.
Col. (Ret.) S.B. McGowan of
Columbia, S.C. spent the weekend
here with his mother, Mrs. E.S.
McGowan. They went to Lacrosse,
Va. Sunday to attend the Whitby
Mrs. Frances Hollard of Kanna
polis spent Thursday night here with
Mrs. Mattie W. Barbee.
Martha McKay was six years old
last week and her mother, Mrs. Bill
McKay, gave her a birthday party
Monday afternoon. Guests were
members of the family and neigh
borhood friends. In addition to the
birthday cake and ice cream, the 12
guests enjoyed outdoor games.
United Methodist Women
Mrs. Ed Rector entertained the
United Methodist Women in her
home near the Duplin Country Club
Monday evening. She called the
meeting to order and presided. The
opening prayer and program on
prayer was presented by Mrs. Sallie
Ingram. During the business
session, plans were discussed for the
annual bazaar on Oct. 26. Lemonade
and cookies were enjoyed for re
Mr. and Mrs. Carey A. Williams
Jr. announce the birth of a son,
Austin Martin, on September 26,
1984, in Wayne Memorial Hospital
in Goldsboro. The maternal grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Strickland of Mount Olive, and Mrs.
Hazel J. Williams is the paternal
Celia Stroud, worthy matron, and
J.B. Stroud, worthy patron, were in
their repsective stations Tuesday
night when Kenansville Chapter
#215, Order of the Eastern Star, met
for its bi-monthly meeting. The
highlight of the meeting was the
honoring of the charter members and
past matrons and past patrons. Ruby
G. Newton was the only charter
member present, but there were
nine past matrons and two past
patrons welcomed. Each of them still
takes an active part in the chapter.
Liberty Hall Bridge Club
Mesdames Mattie Barbee and
Martha Swann were visitors when
the Liberty Hall Bridge Club met
with Mrs. Hazel W. Scott Wed
nesday night. Mrs. N.B. Boney was
high for members present, and Mrs.
Barbee for the visiting players.
Between progressions, the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Louise W. Mitchell,
served key lime pie and salted
Three tables of bridge were in play
at the Graham House Inn Wed
nesday night when Mrs. Ed Rector
was hostess for The Bridgettes.
H I >? >
Visitors playing were Mesdames
Karen Benton, Katie Brown, Norma
3uy, Milta King and Beverly Rouse.
High score prize was won by
Rebecca Lockamy, second high by
Beth Brinson and traveling by Katie
Brown. For refreshments, the guests
snjoyed cocoanut cake and coffee or
SAT., OCT. 6
New & Used Items
On Hwy 24
3 Miles West Of
HOUSE FOR SALE
10S E. Hill St.. Warsaw
Spacious2.150m. ft., carpatad through
out Central Host. Must saa to appre
ciate. Contact: Ed Holt or Scon Bacfc at
Co-OP Observation Planned
The Hon. Charles Whitley will be
the guest speaker at a breakfast
observing October as "Cooperative
Month" on Oct. 10 at Captain
Willie's Restaurant in Clinton.
The Co-op Month observance is
being held nationwide by over 40,000
cooperatives, including rural electric
and telephone co-ops, farm credit
services, production credit services,
FCX and federal land banks, among
others, who serve approximately 60
The theme for this year's obser
vance is "Building a Better
America." Locally, community and
business leaders from across south
eastern North Carolina have been
invited to participate in the meeting
and hear Rep. Whitley speak.
The breakfast is being sponsored
by the Cooperative Council of North
Carolina, which is the statewide
organization for all types of product
and service cooperatives.
"The purpose of holding a Co-op
Month observance is to draw atten
tion to the contributions cooperatives
make on the local, state and national
levels," said a spokesperson for 'he
"It makes no difference how bi^> a
cooperative is or where it is located,
its success depends on the grass
roots involvement and enthusiasm of
its consumer-members. Coopera
tives continually prove that their
way of conducting business based on
the democratic process is one of the
most workable solutions ever
devised by people to achieve com
->wy. 117 N. Wallace
Dealer No. 2147
1980 Olds. 98
Regency, 4-dr. loaded
1982 Olds. 98
Regency 4-dr.. air the 1
1982 Pontloc Bon
neville, 4-dr great
family car ?7295"*
Riviera, 2-dr., extra
1981 Olds. 98
Regency, 2-dr. all the
nice equipment *9C9S*?
Trans Am, 2-dr , tor
1980 Datsun B210
S/W economy family
c.rr <5995?* ,
'77 Olds Cutlass Brou
gham - Like new. One
Owner, 50,000 + miles
?78 FOrd LTD II,
2-dr . local one owner, low
'81 vw Rabbit ls,
'78 Chev. Monte
Carlo, 2-dr., nicely
1979 Olds, cutlass
Supreme, 2-dr., low
miles, extra clean*5995M
4-dr *4595" j
1979 Olds. Cutlass
sup., 2-dr.. very
Crand Prix, 2-dr. like
1979 Cadillac I
Sedan DeVllle, lull I
power local car *6995
stall nwagtn. large family
4-dr , extra, extra
1990 Chew, cita
tion, 4-dr., like
77 Buick Blectra
lltltd., 4-dr., AC, power
S3 Pulck Eloctra - 4-dr.,,
Maded w/equib. *12.996;
1979 Word h Ton
Pickup, AT. VI, PS. PB,
utility body. *3999**
less cmc Jimmy
?WO, high slora. power
equipped *10, SO?**
See one of our saknmen:
Craig Rich, Mike
Newkirk. R.W. Carlton.
Ilrlmar Minchcw. In
Burgaw call Ben Howard.
25*5243. or W.C,
Black more, 257-25AI
1 ' v. I Customized
< / Hand-painted Wood
\ \ Crafta. Wa alto paint
"You name it. ..
-i-> .. .Wa paint it..
Call Frank Whalay
I SOLID WOOD BUNK BEDS
2x6'a, Rag. *164.00 K
SALE PRICE - *139.00
Call 293-3313 I
14*70 3-Bedroom furnished
mobile home. Call TH-Coonty
Mobile Homes. Hwy. 70-East,
Goldsboro. N.C. 778-2806.
A V| ? I lJ| I B H Ll I ^Br
Frl., Oct. 12. 1984 - 10:00 A.M.
Farm Machinery Of
IMKI.I'llO.VN: l.ilw iWjIiwjy > 1 smith in mi 1 kimkmi i<> fansitai I m?*j mnp tutu Ml <*?
.lid i>M>I 'I 14) (*> imfc Jifcl liMM I>|hl .Ml iUn imad St* <mhJ house tat Ml VW^*? li lot <*jMkmi S4gn*
664 I.H. Tractor 2 Row I.H. Cult w/sowers
35 MF. Tractor ^Hardee Side Cutter
464 I H Tractor 3 Pt. Scoop
12 Ft King Pull Disc 4 Row '309 Ford Planter
3 Pt. Blade Davis Pull Harvester
3 * 14 I.H Plow 3 Pt. Sprayer
Pull Type Spray 3 Pt 8 Ft. King Disc
3 Pt. Bush Hog Cutter 2 * Oliver Plow
4 Row Lilliston Cult. 4 Wheel Wagon
H.D Steel 2 Axle Trailer 4?Davis Tobacco Trailers
imitM ?iiM i i i.\vnH s m..ms
I1KMS: Cuk or jpprovcd check 1.1X4 II U UI.U41 J
sot wseohsmu io? scooters
P.O ho. 213 ? QoUrfinrr honk CaWk 27533 ? TMwhont 919/7344234
Qotdabora. N.C. NCAL *IM Ph. 7344234
HUGH PATE S.G. (MICKEY) FOREHAND HUGH PATE. JR.
Lroh.4 HM - 523 2944
Annie Belle Dunn
Sat., October 20th - 10 A.M.
Located: 2 Miles Off Hwy 11 near Woodland
Church, Glisson Township, Duplin County.
Property Consists Of:
148.5 plus Total Acres
88 plus Cropland Acres
3.58 Tobacco Acres(1984 Basic Allotment)
8835 Tobacco Pounds (1984 Basic Allotment)
For Mailt Contact:
f Barrow - Kennedy j
AUCTION CO ^
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527-8464 DAY OR NIGHT
LAND AUCTION SAL!
Known As The "U.W. JBNNITTR Place"
Faison Township, Duplin County #
Travel bast from Faison on N.C. #403 for approximately 4.5 miles to farm on left (See Signs).
SAT,, OCTOBRR 13
Approximately 24 acres cropland, 1984 Base Tobacco Allotments - .99 Acresiwith 2485 pounds.
ASCS Farm Serial No. C-4428. Frame dwelling in good condition, and miscellaneous outbuildings.
This property has approximately 800 feet frontage on NC #403.
Terms: 10% deposit on day of sale. Balance within 30 days. Owners reserve right to reject any
bid. This will be a final sale. No waiting period (Sale conducted on premises).
SALE CONDUCTED BY '
For more information and map, see:
Starling Auction Co., Clinton, N.C. Realtor/Broker James Sauls Jr.
L.D. (Lew) Starling Jr. L.N. 22473
N C a' Phone 293-4286
___ . ?: ? - > ,
FIN No. MSP 100
. IN THE GENERALCOURT
DIVISION BEFORE THE
NOTICE OF SALE
CAROL-ANN TUCKER and
FLORENCE T. SHEFFIELD.
Under end by virtue Of an
Order Of the General COurt Of
Justice. Superior COurt Divi
sion in Specisl Proceeding
entitled as ebOve. the under
signed Commissioner will On
the 19th day Of OcsOber,
1984. at Twelve O'clock.
NOOn, at the COurthOuse
DOOr in Kenaneville. Duplin
COunty, NOrth Carolina. Offar
fOr sale tO the highest bidder
fOr cash that certain raal
estate situate in the COunty
Of Duplin, State Of NOrth
Carolina, and mOre particu
larly described as fOIIOws:
TRACT ONE: BEGINNING
at a stake On the NOrth side Of
Buck Branch On SOI. Chest
nutt line running abOut NOrth I
East. SOI. Chestnutt line 210
yards to a stake On W & W
Rail ROad boundary On West
side Of said Rail ROad, thence
with boundary Of said Rail
ROad SOuth 220 vards to a
stake On Buck Branch canal,
thence with said canal as it I
meanders on tO the begin- I
ning, containing fOur and
One-half (454) acres, mOre Or
TRACT TWO: BEGIN- '
NING at a stake On the Street 1
65 feet frOm the center Of the I
track and runs with the Street I
250 feet tO s stake, thence a I
line northward parallel with I
the railroad 146 feet tO a I
stake, thence east 38 feet tO a i
stake M.J. Tucker's cOrner, I
thence SOuth with Tucker line I
73 feet to a stake, thence East >
with Tucker line 112 feet tO a i
stake On the right Of way, <
thence with tha said right Of I
way 73 feet to the beginning, I
containing 7/11 Of an acre.
mOre Or less. I
TRACT THREE: Lying On 1
the West side Of the <
A.C.L.R.R. in the Southern >
first Of the TOwn Of Magnolia 1
and runs as fOIIOws, begin
ning at a stake, Mrs. Mdn- 1
tires cOrner On right Of way Of
Mid A.C.L.R.R. and run*
Muth 15 H East 72 fMt.
thane* south 74 Vi Waal 112
feet, thane* NOrth 16M Waal
72 faat tO Mr*. Matntkaa
line, thane* with th* Una
parallel with SOuth boundary
Una 10 th* beginning. con
taining abOut 1/5 Of an acre,
mora Or leM.
THE SALE WILL BE
MADE SUBJECT TO ALL
PRIOR LIENS, UNPAID
TAXES (TOWN AND
EASEMENTS OF RECORD
AND ASSESSMENTS. IF
That th* highaat bidder at
?uch Ml* will b* required tO
make a cash dapOait Of 10%
Of th* first ?1.000.00 Of Mid
bid, and plus five percent
(5%) Of the regaining
balance at avidana* Of oOOd
faith, and th* balana* shall
be paid upOn delivery Of
UpOn th* failure Of th*
highaat bidder at Mid Ml* tO
make th* required cash de
posit. Mid lands will Imme
diately be re-Offered fOr Ml*.
This, the 17th day Of Sep
J. Garrett Ludlura,
P.O. BOx 901
WarMw, NOrth Carolina
The undersigned, MAR
VIN M. BROCK, having
qualified as Administrator Of
the Estate Of MARVIN
BROCK, deceased, late Of
Duplin COuntv, NOrth Carb
ine, this is to notify all
persons having claims
?gainst Mid Estate to preMnt
them tO the undersigned,
MARVIN M. BROCK, c/0
iOhn P. Edwards, Jr., Attor
ney fOr the Estate, POst
Dffice BOx 506, Mount Olive,
NOrth Carolina 28365 On Or
pefOre the 4th day Of April,
I985, Or this Notice will be
pleaded in bar Of their right
0 recover. All persons in
debted tO Mid Estate will
make immediate payment tO
This the 27th day Of Sep
MARVIN M. BROCK,
ArtministratOr Of the EMU
e/OJOhn P. Edwards, Jr.
AttOmay at Law
p.o. BO* 506
MOunt ollvo. NOrth C?fOlm?
STATE OP NORTH
COUNTY OF GREENE
IN THE GENERAL COURT ?
in Re- Watson, a Mlnof Child
notice of service of
to: Stava Lynwood Watson
TAKE NOTICE that ?
aoainat vOu has bean filed in
nrdceeding. Tha nature Of tha
reheftfiught N a
that vOu have abandonee^
WataOn. a minOr fa ma la
child, within the meaning Of
Chapter 48 Of tha General
Statutes Of NOrth Carolina
end that vOur parental rights
YOu are required tO make
defense to such Pleading by
not later than tha 6th dayOt
November. 1984. UpOn your
failure tO dO SO. the PatUiOnaf
will apply to the Court fOr tha
This 27th day Of Septem
b*fHARRISON AND HEATW^
P.O. BO* 948
KinstOn. NOrth CerOlina
Telephone: (9191 527-1757
By: /s Fred W. Harrison
Attorney fOr Petitioner
Having Qualified as Exe
cutrix Of the estate Of William
R. CliftOn, deceased, late Of
Duplin COunty, NOrth Card
ling, this is tO notify al^ I
persons having claims
against the estate Of said
deceased tO present them to
the undersigned On Or before
March 27, 1985, Or this notice
will be pleaded in bar Of their
recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate please make
This the 27th day Of
September 27, 1984.
Elizabeth R. CliftOn,
P.O. BOx 126
FaiaOn, NC 28341
Piano Tuning and Rapair
Jimmy C. Wast
Bos 602. Warsaw
Kanansvilla 296 0219
WHY BUY USED whan yOu can
buy NEW 1st Quality furnitura
at Low Dlaeount or ices at
Eaaon'a Homa Furnlshlnga.
I 4 bedrooms, 2-story, formal living room, dining room, 2 full baths, large F
I den with fireplace and ceiling fan, central air conditioning and heat.
I Three years old. Located on one-acre lot north of Kenansviiie, one mile I
| off N.C. 11 on RPR 1300. Call 778-9292
Put Number 1 to work for you.
?iff! Jim ?X
107 N. Front St.
HOUSE FOR SALE - Corner Lot on
Word Bridge Rood. Warsaw. This One
hat 4 bedrMrat, 2 baths, dan, dinino
rOOm and tpaciOus kitchen.
WARSAW - 301 Wade St. - ApprOx.
1950 ?g ft. Of living area. 3-bedrOOms, 2
batha, fireplace with inaart. Beautiful
oOrner lot with Outaide storage and
workshop attached. 2-car earpOrt
WISTERIA ST.. WARSAW - This 6ne
has Avar 1,700 sauare feet with 3 bed
rooms, 2 baths, livino room, dining
room, eat-in kitchen and mOre. Beautiful
REASONAVLE PRICE - 406 N. Frisco
St.. Warsaw. This 3-bedrA6m. 2-bath,
house is beautifuly arranged and deco
rated. Y6u must see to aDpreciate.
WARSAW ? 202 Wade St. Brick 3-bed
rOOm 1H bathe, large obrnar lot, 1,170
RESTORABLE - Older house, 5 acres Of
land, located 1 mile nArth Of Magnolia.
PERFECT FIRST HOME - 2 bedrooms,
1 bath. Fireplace with wood stove.
Outside storage bldg. Pollock St.,
Warsaw. Priced to Selll
POLLOCK STREET Warsaw - White
frame. 4-bedrOOm, 1V4 baths, living
rOom, large kitchen and den area Large
corner lot. Call us for more detsilsl
AN AFFORDABLE HOME I Intersection
of Memorial Or. A College St., Wareaw.
Den, living rOOm, 3 bedrOOms, 1V4
SUPER LOCATION I Ward Bridge Road,
Warsaw - 3 bedrOOms. 2 baths, great
rOOm with fireplace, living rOOm, dining
rOOm, carport with storage.
WARSAW - W. Hill St. Frame house. 2
bedrOOms. 1 bath, living rOOm, den.
Older house. Immaculate condition.
WARSAW - Walnut Street - 3 bedrOOms.
2 baths, aopfOx. 1,650 sq. ft., hasted,
plus attached storage.
NEW LISTING ? Plank Straat. Warsaw -
2 commarcial buildings. Idaal for atOraga
Or rantal property
WARSAW ? COrnar Of Chelly and Gum.
3 building lots.
HWY ISIS NEAR WHITE FLASH - ? '
Road frontage On both aidaa. 19.14 acres
KENANSVILLE - 3 acres located near
Guilford East Off PRP 1300. Will sail
1-acre lOts separately Or all together J
HWY. 11 NEAR B.F. GRADY SCHOOL
-10.7 acres *8.000.
HWY 1B01 NEAR GARNERS CHAPEL '
CHURCH. 326 acres. 52 acres cleared.
3.990 lbs. tobacco. Owner financing for
10 years at 10% interest.
WEST OF CLINTON - 175 acres. 100
acres cleared. A
23 ACRES - WARSAW TOWNSHIP ?
Subdivided into lOts. Excellent invest
96 ACRES WEST OF WARSAW GOOd
growing timber. ROad and rail frOntaga
HSt<iii Draughon phone
. Steve Draughon 293-4673 ?
EDITH KORNEGAY ? 658-3430
?1984 Century 21 RmI Estate Corporation aa trustee tor the NAF. m
R and tm-trademarks Of Century 21 Real Estate Cdrirdrstkm. Equal Opportunity Employer**
EACH OFFICE 18 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED ]