:nan3y;lle. n. a, Thursday February i, 1962.
, KXNANSVILLE. N. C.
Jackson's Grocery ..............
Quinn's I. G.A. Store
......
Yore Store .'.;..
BOWDEN, N. C, .
.
Lane's Grocery
"
TEACHEY, N, C. '
McMillian's Gro.
, ' CALYPSO, N. C.
90.0 Seller's' Crocery 93.0
; MT. OLIVE, BL 2 .
,
Myer's Grocery
On
oo oo
..-,.-
James Kenan Lunchroom w) 3.0 c
.
90.5 Kenansville Elem Lunchroom w
810 , sociatwn.
.
91.5
.
90.0 Magnolia School Lunchroom (c) 75.5
fu.it.
-
Magnolia Elem.) Lunchroom (w)
'
80.0
;
r.
90.0
.:5
North Duplin Lunchroom mt), W.O
' (ContiimtJ
71.5
Iioia I't" ')
85.0 Potters Hill Lunchroom tw
Rose Hill Elem. Lunchroom (w) 92.5 Mary Dixon Brown urged all n m
88.0 Rose Hill School Lunchroom (c) 80.0 bers and interested persons to ut
Coffee Shop
lac
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,
- J
.
Teachey Elem. Lunchroom (0,74.0 tend.
Smith's Grill
" BEULAVILLE.
,
N. C.
81.0 Wallace Elem. Lunchrom . (w), 90.0
ne
SUFFERS MILD STROKE '
Wallace-Ros- e
;
Hill Lunchroorij ' w)
Cedar Forks Com. Bldg.-90.am
Abattoirs
:' L. Preston Wells,
Sr., of roufa
'
; I
87.5
n. c. ;
Dot's Grill
wallace.
Dnplm far
Tastee-Fre92.5 Fussell's Abattoir
Grill .,
80.5 Warsaw Elem. Lunchroom (w)' 80.0 Mount Ouve,
tri
WARSAW, N. C
E. E. Smith High Lunchroom (c) mqrand business man; and. a
with the ball, lost it on a walking ger brother of Rusty) kept Bostic's Mercer's Restaurant .v.....,. 80.0
.".'J
chairrpan of s Duplin Coimtj
76.0
.T 72.0
en
violation, and the Indians elected to five out front most of the game, Rhodes Sandwich Shop ....... 93.0 Clifton's Abattoir
-Board. of Commissioners, . was reCHINQUAPIN, N. C.
"
93.0
West Prpvision Co.
Ki
freeze and take the last shot . .re- tallying 17 points for high honors.
ported to be; ;a ;, patient in Dupljr
93 0
. . , .
FAISON, N. C.
Jeff But as fate would have it the Pan- Clyde Cafe
sults... a big victory,'
I
General:' hospitaf at ' Kenansville
93.5
.
M
Landen hit the biggest two points of thers traveled that org trip back Cole s Chapel Suppers . . . . . . . 80 0 Jones Abattoir
Wells was taken ill Thursday even;
Uochelle Grjll i...;...... ...... 70.0
INSTITUTIOVS
his life with .only seven seconds home on the short end by one
i
(Continued From Front)'
94.0
.... 82.5 Duplin General Hospital
.. ing and taken to the hospital where
Yes, Dobson's' "untouchables". 0' Susie Grill
left That's the story of Jack Carr's
reports indicated he was suffering
'
family
C.
C.
circles
N.
WFNAN8VTLI.E.
in
FAISON,
N.
High
slaughtered
Chinquapin
izations
and
greatest
their
the
Beulaville
victory
at
the
'
Vi.
. ;
i
mild stroke. ;
... . 90.5 POULTRY PROCESSING fLT.
to assist in achieving this victory by form
As per usual the Bradshaw's : Cafe. ;
school. Of course Gerald Batts lead Union girls,
to
Heart
the
.,..
generously
22
9?.S
contrbuting
Circle
84.0
points,
high
scoring
Dr.
Poultry
Pro.
with
Rita
Sumner
Inn
B ft R
Pit.
Panthers
the Indians attack
........v......
'.
.. 90.0
found dead v ; i
WALLACE. N. C.
. , Fund drive of the North Carolina
but Beulaville's Jerry Simpson took did most of the damage with 22 Faison Restaurant
A:S9 year old Duplin plan was
" Jie said,
80.0 O. C. "Blanchard, ,Mgr. 7 ' .
evening with points. Sue Horne and Pat Sander- Cooper's Hot Dog Stand ,
high
honors
for
the
V
HeartvAsisociation
; Game Coming Up la DCC:
74 0 Rose Hill Poultry Corp
... 93.5 The Jeart Jund drive began here found deaden a'.ditch near1 Faison'
25. The score was tied at the end son added 15 each to the undefeat- Nettie's Grill
February
.
""...
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C.
goal
CALYPSO,
N.
quarter
on
team
a
February ; 1st and will continue Sunday morning about 830. He was
ed
record.
ROSE
RILL.
of
the
RT.
N..C,
first
Js
t
Chinquapin at North Duplin '
80.5 Merritt Watson, Mpr. ,
Calypso Grill
...
by B'ville's
throughout ,the month. It will reach Fred .BarksbaJeV Negro,. He was
Iran
B. F. Grady at Beulaville
' ROSE HILL, N. C.
y
games in four days,
two
at
Simpson.
After
FOOD LOCKER PLTS,
Panthers
lead
the
The
nteh point on Heart Sunday (dur- pronounced dead when be was
a
FROZEN
James Kenan at Open ,
thfl.clinto itt Mount Olive by
91.5 B & R Freewr Locker Pit, ; . 90.0 ing Heart Sunday week end) (Febbut the Indians out scor- both lost by one point each, Coach Effje's Restaurant
half
r;
v' .;.;. February (
'!i,
sqdad. Death
91 0
s Mount- WALLACE, N.. C
ruary 25 whel. thousands of
ed Beulaville in the third H In the Billy Bostic's Panther boys came Fannie's Cafe
4
'
Beulaville
Swansboro at
90.0 O. C. Blanchard, Mpr.
.game to Fusst'lPs Barbecue
will ring doorbells throughout was attributed to drowning in watfourth Carr's boys really made a back in a
,
t-rehrnary
.V"
. ,... 83.5 Warsaw Free?er Locker Pit. . 80.5 the Residential areas of the state, er. In the ditch.,
....
story book finish with the one shot defeat their favorite Wildcats of Fussell's Grii;
i
Chlnquapurat . F 43rady
'
their
While Coach Dob- - Margaret's Snack Bar: ........ 83.3
WARSAW, N. C. .
from
contributions
Richlands.
receive
deal.
to
'
North Duplin pen ;1r-.
BLOCK
ROAD
71.5 Paul Clifton. Mgr.
Coach Irvin Dobson's" all winning sons Panther girls clobbered
the Teachey's Grill (Jerry)
neighbors.
Beulaville jit Duffies Kenan .
Th .TsvrMii M Warsaw- will unnnl
90.5 FOOD STANDS ft DRINK STANDS
Panther girls got the scare of their Lassies of Richlands
Teachey's Grill (E. E.) ,
The North Carolina Heart Asso- ' a chapter of the Ameri
sor a Road Bldck collection at the
(Rus
.
v PINK HILL,. N. C
Chinquapin
girls
played
by
brothers
Led
the
N.
life
the
Lanier
relation'
as
WALLACE.
is
C
DapUa Coonty Basketball Standings
90
their hearts out and trailed by one ty and Charley) and Jerry .'Lucas' Sandy Plains FWB Church
tee's Stores, Inc.- ........... 84.6 can Heart Association, the nation's stop light intersection in Warsaw
BOYS DIVISION .
V
89.0 Raynor's Food Stand
point at the end of the first quar- Simpson, Beulaville scored 26 points Potters Hill Com. 31dg. ..;
82.5 .only Voluntary health agency dedi- for the J)enefiti M the North ,Carr
LOST
WON
in the first half to go ahead
94.5 Fussell's Hot Dn- - Stand
ter,
and by two at the half,
Ike's Dr., inn Grill ; ' '
.... 90.0 cated' exclusively to combating, the lina Heart Association iFund Rais
5
; MAGNOLIA. N. C.
Bostic gave most of his front line'
ROSE HILL, N. C.
heart and blood vessel diseases, ing campaign. This wilt be Supda
8
Tflulaville ..iiv.i.
'
88.(1
In the third Dobson's Lassies boys a rest in the second half. Jer- - Jack's Sec. Center Grill
formore deaths February 4, Jrom 2:00 until 4;30 P.
83.0 which .account
Grill
Hawes
2
Chinquapin ...v...
84.5 Murphy's Hot Doe Stand
out scored the ry and Rickey Simpson scored 15 Parkhurst Foodarama
came
causes of M.' Members, of ..the Jaycees will
to
other
life
and
all
71.3
than
year
each
North Duplin . . ... . ... . 2
Thigpen,
ALBERTSON,
14 respectively, while Charley
N.
,
i
C.
. .'
girls
v'
Jerry
participate.
and
of
and
combined'.
C,
WARSAW,
N.
death
.
1
B. F. Grady..
play and Rusty had 7 each. Georse Ven Outlaw's Grill
go ahead,
82.0 Packers Lunch
0
proclaSanderson,
90
Pat
signed.
his
governor
The
r
.
GIRLS DIVISION
,
'
'
65.00 DONATION
MANUFACTURING
ing in the shadow of 'Beulaville's ters, lead Richlands with 20, and
MEAT MARKETS
mation in the 'presence of North
SANDWICHES
"
Cerebrat
to
the
28 high honors
donation
'
$5.00
great
collected
FAISON, N. C.
fV'A
Sumner,
: ; EST.
Rita
Carolina State officials.
LOST
'
points good foe high honors, Sum93.5
WALLACE, N. C.
The text of the proclamation fol- Palsy fund was much appreciated,
The Panthers girls .lead by Rita Andrews Grocery
0
Beulaville
get
21
points.
85.0 Kennedy's Sanwiches
ner, however, did
Store
Cash
91.0 lows; Whereas the heart and blood and will be remembered for a long
Bowden's
..
girls
swamped
Wildcats
Sumner
the
2
Cltfnqiwpin .v....
88.5 Mrs. Garland Kennedy, Mgr.
Clara Whaley lead the Indians with
vessel diseases are this nation's time. It seems that a Fort Bragg,
Sumner scored 20 points, Hlnson's Grocery
3
North Dupljn.
15.
90.0
....
Grocery
King's
90.5
...
Sandwiches
Whitaker's
first
and this community's Number One soldier along with four car loads
Beulaville,
for
became
the
and
S
B. F.' Grady X...
'
WALLACE. N. C.
ROSE HIUVN. C.
health enemy, accounting forvmore of buddies, dropped In at a grill
girl in the school's history to score
S
Jfatnea Kenan i
93 0 Teachey Sandwiches '
91 5 deaths than all other causes com- in Warsaw one night prior to the,
out of 11 A It P Tea Company
Coach Larry Stewart's Grady Pan more than 20 points in 8
93.0
Big R Super Market
TOURIST HOMES
games
ft
in a winning cause.
bined; Whereas these diseases are dance - 11 ready"; td ;aance.i,WHe
MOTEL
all
'James Kenan, boys handled North
week
this
thers lost a doubleheader
80.0
Bob & Bill's Grocery
' WALLACE. N. C.
responsible for Widespread suffer- - they found they had arrived
Duplin about as expected this week
to Pink Hill in a
they lirere tiaturiflly
90 0 Odom's Rooms (Mrs. Monroe) 94.0
Super
Market
Bond's
will
Duplin
select
Times
an
The
lllg aiK4 uuquiiui UWWI15 miuu. wrong night,'
game.
DCC
lit a
v TIGER REBOUNDER
clash. The Wildcat boys lead by
83.5 Odom's Rooms (Mrs. Marie) .. 90.0 economic, hardship in nomes ana disappointed.. As they lifet, we boy.
Market
Meat
Caison'i
Opponent
Class
ALL
the
Team
in
in
the
moments
uneasy
After a few
Allen Taylor downed the Panthers
90.5 P ft O Motor Court
Charlies Market
98.0 businesses in our commuity; Where- Wanted to make a donation- whlcft
taller Tigers won lead JK in the rebounding depart of Grady
Gary Harper lead A Duplin County Conference.
first quarter,-th88.0, Wallace Guest Home
Cavenaugh
Gro
18.
ment
97.0 as leading, heart control heart, and he left; with the proprietor. ;The
with
County
will
be
the
made
at
as it pleased. $he Rebel girls in
Grady with 10 points, Braket Smith
90.5
brother had cerebral plsy.4
Fussell's Grocery
Coach Jimmy Lanier's Tiger girls
WARSAW. X'C.
blood vessel diseases; Where as the
Tournament by the Times.
turn clobbered the JK girls
9, and Ken Murphy 7.
had
90.0 Reaves Tourist
Hanchey's Gro
95.0 Heart Fund is our best defense a-Senior' Neal Mitchell, flashy for- scored only one field goal, in the
Hill girls clobbered Ste
The
Pink
94 5 Stricklands Tourist Home ...... 93.0 galnst these diseases, supporting vi- "'.'Dance Se' Others Mar "ilve!. 'it
came up on the short
The Duplin County Basketball High School Grocery
ward star, triggered the Tiger at- first half and
behind the shot
'
wart's Lassies
88.0 Village Motel-Reb star Pam McCullen
will get underway Feb- King's Grpcery ,
Tournament
:.98.0 tal reearch- - and making possible vA,, Valentine Dance 'will be M
"
actack with 26 points and seven as- end,
Malpass
Malpass
ing of Jean
riaay-night- r
90.0 i
Grocery
february 16. af 8;B0
ND scoring with 26 points.
C.
lead
in
2nd.
through
26th.
Merrill's
ROSE
public
N.
ruary
and
March
HILL.
professional.
education
balanced
a
But
was
it
sists.'
counted for 17 of her teams points.
high
Midway. Grocery
91.5 Rose Hill Motel i
m;t..(e
Mary
was
bring
for
Warsaw
Sloan
wauonai Aiuara.jjrv
community
second
favyour
Support
.94.9
Gym.
to
Service
Kenansville
the
and
third-place
Rebels
that left .the
Judy Smith and Joan Westbrook
KenTin City Grocery
870
SCHOOL LUNCHROOMS
orite team.
benefits. 'of new knowledges. to nit mory. Warsaw - community is "sih-,- i
behind by as much as 13 points at North Duplin with 12. James
6 and 5 for Grady.
had
90 5 Beulaville High Lunchroom (w) 90.0 citizens! ; and ' Whereas the Duplin soring the dance for .the N. C Heart
Vernon's Grocery ,
orie stage.' Allen Fountain and John- an's high scorer, Sandy Chestnutt,
91.q B. F. Grady High Lunchroom, (w) Heart Assbclation affiliate
Wells Superette
the Associa'tTon Fund. . Raising' ,camf
ny Pat Harmon had 10 points each, lead the attack for JK with 10
know by now Coach Billy Bostic
I
rWARSAW, N.
' ,',v 90.5 American Heart . AssoclaQonAm Con paign. Square pance. Twist, Chav
Dwlght Smith 6, Woody Oakley and points. Joyce 'Barnes had 7 for the of B'ville wonders hew close can
94 0 Branch Elem. Lunchroom
A & P Tea Company
losers.
c 85.5 ducting' the 1962 Heart drivel to Cha, Bcp. arvd Slow. Dance V in fact
Robert Lanier 2 each.
you come and still win at this game
86.5 Calypso Elem. Lunchroom (W) 90.0 Speed the search for 'greater,' con- ani kindl of JdanceiU be featufbdi
Service '.
Self
Garner's
Front)
(Continued
Tiger Coach, Bill Helton, stated,
From
Bostic
has
of basketball. Coach.
.,.
70.0 Charty High Lunchroom (c)
90.5 trols over the cardiovascular. disea-le- pot ydur heart ;1to the right plade
With thirty-fiv- e
seconds left in the lost two straight games by just one White House Cafe
75.0 Ira's Grocery
"the boy that really played
90.5
Grocery
c
Lunchroom
Packer's'
Chinquapin
Elem.
Therefore, I, Governor of Norr Come eut; tQ ithe: Warsaw Armotji?
over point each. On Friday night his
C.
N.
along with several front game Beulaville leading,
KENANSVILLE.
'
'
90.5
3ro.
arch-rivSutton'i
70.0
proclaim that ihe mon and.haVe fun, pd help protection
Chinquapin,
th
Carolina
Beulaville
Pope
Pope."
'Grill
Buddy
Ammons
70.0
runners was
in a real thriller to
boys lost
S Grocery
'.. 98.0 Chinquapin High Lunchroom lw th Of February be observed . as hearts ..of thqsb' you .love, i
80.0 T
Chinquapin, and on Saturday night B & K Grill
v..''
90.qUieart Month in this state, sndt.-- l
7?5
- . 97.8 Vet's Grocery
in- an ever time to Country Squire . . . .
his
76.0 C. W. Dobbins Lunchroom c 90.5
ffi 'plenteously provitfed'
"Hi
90.5 West's Grocery
Jones Cafe
Union High
foV
roni. .witbin:' needs but
91.5 Douglass High Lunchroom (c) 90.0 lnesses, civic and service organisaWilson's Foodtown
WARSAW, N. C.
After leading most of the games
A-i-- i Si!"
HILL, N. C. RFD.
PINK
,(w) 84.5 tions, and in their family circles- to from without.
Lunchroom
Elem.
Faison
90.5
Omoco
Grill
boys
exploded
in
really
Union
the
90.0 ' Faison School Lunchroom' (c) 70.0 assist in achleveing this "Victory by
Goethe'
Grocery
Bostic's
93.5
Grill
Bland's
quarter
to
tie
the third or fourth
' CHINQUAPIN. N, C.
:.. 75.5
Center Club
Panthers,
the dangerous
98.Q
Grocery
Brinkley's
(
70.5
youn- Moore's Place .........
Newcomer, Charley Lanier
f."..;.S';C'i.- 800
Bradhams'Gro.
93.g
"Y
I
Farmer's Grocery
t
I
Lanier's Grocery (M. L. ) ... 80 0
(Jack)
86.5
Lamers Grocery
: MAGNOLIA,
N. C.
;
1
:88:p
.
Jack's Ser.' Center Gro.
pfexfiS
fil
96 Q
Ouinn's Red tjWhite Store
65 5
Parkhurst Gro. I. ,
C.Sm.:
82.5
.
P & J iFooa Cenlet
ROSE HILL, N.
81.0
Brice's Grocery
81 5
Community Grocery
!
:
.82.0
Fussell's Self Service
s70,'1
Murphy's Grocery
'
Pope & Company
........... '79 c
Register's Genl, Mdse
....,73 5
rocefy
ORGANS. Rouse's
90.5
CLASIFIED RATES:
cows, Teachey's Grocery , . .
83.0
Three cents per ward, minimum We trade for aaythlng-fun; ';''v'.'.i
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s .'
(E. E. Teachey)
charge of 75c. Unless you have horses, etc. We got the pianos' and
V
":
s.f-f
1
fA
organs
we
one
need
and if jon
Teachey's Grocery Merry) . 72.0
please send
an accourt with
?
N. C.
BEULAVILLE.
money; sUmf. money order or can trade. See us soon. Our 37th
year, Johnson Piano & Organ . Co. Brown's Grocery
... 94.5
.....
check with ads,
92 0
Kinston, N. C.
Jones Super Market
WANTED
POPLAR LUMBER
Terrace, Jacksoavuie, Sandlln's Grocery ........... 95
green or dry. Write or phone for N. C.
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85 0
Smith's Grocery
Walton
prices. Telephone
93.0
Trott's Grocery '
Drive-I- n
Service,
Auto
Glass
Loniber Company, Mebane, North
90 f
Whaley's Grocery
Glass Installed. Table Tops, Mir William's Super Market
Carolina.
., 97.0
rors.
we
have it.
If It's glass,
,
Tc
33
Atlantic ' Class ' Company.
South front Btree, wumtngton,
; FOR SALE
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A complete line of saddles, brid- N. C.
CTF
r.0Af.
les, halters and harness for ponies
Federal Land, Bank Loans are
and horses.
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We handle best quality timothy available mm Clinton nauonai
Ford-omat- ic
or
Association,
Loan
Contact
Farm
.v
hay.
'i'v
education. Sharpe's program was
it
Dewitt Carr, Secretary ' Treasu interesting, and informative.
V
J. J. Bardea Stockyards
"Radio ' and Heater
v
2262
rer,
146,
Phone
O.
P.
Box
Warsaw, N. C.
Ed Strickland, president, presid
Clinton, N. Ct .:'
ed over the meeting and Rev. Nor
Mr. --Carr is in PC A office in man Jf. Flowers presented the in
Radio and Heater
..T
FOR SALE: Rex Cotton Seed, KenansvUle beteew 11 and 1Z vocation.
Visitors to the club- were
grown from first year peaigree 'clock every Tuesday morning.
,.W.
. . .
Carl S. Orr. W. D. Garner; and
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seed, reghned ad treated.
:;"CtF- i vl'
Graham A. philips.,; Jr. of i Wal- -Radio and Heater
R. B. ft S. L. Warren
lace, James .... Rose or vnnton, and
Mount Olive, N. C '
WANTED: I want a FARM la this Ray CJine. of Fayetteville.
;, '
County with Tobacco Allotment. If
Rotary members present were: J.
:
TYPEWRITERS ADDING mach- Yon have one for sale write me at, A.- Armstrong, 'E, B. Boyette, W. G
;
Britt Lee Brown, J. A. CavenauK,
ines repaired. New Royal type- Bos SOT.
?v; V
Wallace, N. C,
Richard Cavenaugh, Allen W.
.
. .
writers for every need. Dial Golds-borJr., Aubine English.: NorWorley Typewriter CTF
RE
man H. Flowers. J. P.: . Harmon
. . .
Exchange. .US South Center St.. '
HELP WANTED
Frank Hobbs, J, M.. Konway, V
:".
CTF.
'.'.: Ford-o-mati- c,
8 cylinder, Rad-- o and Heater.
OVER FORTY? Why work for F: Lee, O. S:' Matthews; Paul Pot'
-- .
in
Start
your'own
business
others?
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LOANS
YEAR
FARM
D.
Riven.
Milford'Quinn,
J.
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part
County
S.
Duplin
full
E.
sr
term two Interested rate. Cemptete
bark, Jr., Avon Sharpe, B. C Shef
tlme-fo- r
f ' H i ' Radio and Heater
particulars, write Raw. field', Jr., Al Smith
n
msnranee
Service. Thigpen
James F. Strj
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NCB410-1Rich.
Dept.
fnsoranee Agency, Mi. Olive fetch's
ckland, John Ed Strickland, Robert
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mend, Ya.
::' L, West and L. T. Wilson
N. C. i '
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Girls And James Kenan Boys Dominate County Basketball Play As
Time, Panther Girls Winning Streak
Ibcd Tovard Tournament
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fpr1-me-
To Twelve Straight.
r'M.t,;:':,-
,
in County Basketball Tourney will
;
.
45-4-
underway February 26th. through
arch 2nd. Coaches except record turn
cut at this years tournament.
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