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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, November 11, 1982, Page 12, Image 12

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Duplin School Menus Nov. 15-19 Breakfast Mon. ? orange muffin, cereal, juice, milk Tue. - cheese toast, cereal, juice, milk Wed. ? sausage biscuit, cereal, juice, milk Thur. ? bran muffin, cereal, juice, milk Fri. - honey bun, cereal, juice, milk Lunch Mon. - submarine sand wich or smoked sausage with cornbread, field peas or tomatoes on lettuce, grapes or appleasuce, peanutbutter cookie Tue - stew with rice and roll, or cheeseburger, vege tables or sliced beets, orange or pears. Wed. - country-style steak with roll or tacos, lettuce with tomato or creamy po tatoes, fruited gelatin or pineapple inur. - seawicn or lasagna with roll, green limas or carrot-cabbage slaw, banana or fruit cup Fri. - oriental barbecue chicken with fried rice and roll and broccoli or peanut butter sandwich with vege table beef soup, apple or sliced peaches Each lunch is served with chocolate or plain milk. Sub stitutions may occur depend ing upon availability. Break fast is served only in schools with the program. Additional items are available for pur chase as desired. WOMEN'S AGLOW Linda Lanier of Route 1, Beulaville. announces the Women's Aglow Fellowship, Kenansville chapter, will meet Nov. 20 with fellowship at 8:45 a.m. and the meeting scheduled at 9:30 at the Farm Bureau Building in Kenansville. The Executive Board Members will be the speakers. ROSA R. WILLIAMS WARSAW - Rosa Royal Williams, 80. died Monday. Funeral, Warsaw Baptist Church. Burial, Devotional Gardens. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Elois Harton of the home; son. L.O. Williams Jr. of La Place. La.; sister. Mrs. Roxie Guins of Erwin; three grand children. JAMES R. KENNEDY BEULAVILLE ? James Richard Kennedy, 22, died Thursday. Funeral, Commu nity Funeral Home chapel. Burial, Sand Hill Church Cemetery near Beulaville. Surviving: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. Kennedy of Route 2. Pink Hill; sister, Miss Michelle Kennedy of Pink Hill; brother. Nicky Kennedy of Pink Hill; mater nal grandparents, Jim Ken nedy of Pink Hill: paternal grandfather, Elder Owen of Pink Hill. WILLIAM H. KENNEDY JR. MOUNT OLIVE - William H. Kennedy Jr., 64, retired painter, died Monday. Graveside service. Calypso Cemetery. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Mary K. Brown of Mount Olive, Mrs. Ruby K. Parker of Calypso, Mrs. Faye J. Kennedy of Cary, Mrs. Vir ginia K. Herring of Warsaw; brothers, Ray Kennedy of Faison, Floyd Kennedy of Mount Olive; half sister, Mrs. Inez K. Lofton of San Diego, Calif. NORA W, JACKSON MOUNT OLIVE - Mrs. Nora Whitman Jackson. 92, died Monday. Funeral, Tyn dall Funeral Home chapel. Burial. Jackson family ceme tery. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Dorothy J. Staple of More head City; three grandchil dren. SARAH M. BOSTIC WALLACE - Mrs. Sarah Margaret Bostic, 90, died Sunday. Funeral, Wesleyn Methodist Church, Charity. Burial, Cay Hill Cemetery. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Mary Beasley of Wallace; sons, David Ellis Bostic of Raleigh, Glen wood Clarence Bostic of Winston-Salem; brother. Henry H. Bonham of Rose Hill; three grand PAULC. CAMERON CALYPSO - Paul Carroll Cameron, 64, died Thursday. Funeral, Tyndall Funeral Home chapel. Mount Olive. Burial, Wayne Memorial Park. ARLEN G. STIMPSON JR. WALLACE - Arlen Gerald Stimpson Jr., 16, of Wor cester, Mass., died Sunday. Funeral. Edgerton Funeral Home. Burial, Clay Hill Cemetery, Charity. CLARENCE R. TOBIN WALLACE - Rev. Cla rence Russell Tobin, 66, died Sunday. Funeral, Edgerton Funeral Home. Burial, White Oak Church of God of Pro phecy Cemetery. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Smithie Rhodes Tobin; daughters, Mrs. Laveryl Brown of Virginia Beach, Va., Mrs. Patsy Spell of Wallace, Mrs. Lacy Smith of Clinton; sisters, Mrs. Mar Dear Friends, No words can express our gratitude for the many loving expressions of sympathy we have received during the loss of our loved one. We trust that God will bless each of you for your kindness to us and we ask that you remember us in your prayers. Sincerely, The Warren Edwards family lene Sheryl of Elizabeth town. Mrs. Bonnie Leaniak of New Stanton, Pa., Mrs. Oarlene Bowen of West Newton, Pa.; three grand children. KENANSVILLE PUBLIC NOTICE The public will take notice that the Town of Kenansville planning board will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. The purpose of this meeting will be further dis cuss proposed zoning changes that were opposed earlier when presented to the Town board of commis sioners for their approval. The Planning Board has been working for some time to get the Town map updated. Some areas in town have never been zoned. When the zoning is completed, there will be a color-coded map indicating how each piece of property is zoned. The public and interested citizens are invited and en couraged to attend this meeting of the Kenansville Planning Board on Tuesday, Nov. 16. George Penney, Chairman Kenansville Planning Board |ininB?nuiii Legal Notice NORTH CAROLINA DUPLIN COUNTY NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtu# of an Ordar of the Dunlin County Clark for tha Ganaral Court of Justice. Supartor court envision. mada in Spacial Procaading Fila No 82-Sp-228. antitlad "William Hughes Kally and wifa, Mary Halan Kally. and Nathan Thomas Kally and wifa. Alyca Kally vs. Lawranoa Kally and wifa. Batty S. Kally." tha undsrsignad Commiasionars will, on tha 30th day of November, 1982. at 12:00 o'clock noon, at tha Duplin County Courthouse door in Kenansville. North Carolina, offar for sale to tha highast bidder for cash that cartain tract of land lying and being in Glisaon Township. Duplin County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a stake on North Carolina Highway No. 1831. said stake being R.D. Simmons' corner on said road and further being a corner of the 24.80-acre tract of land this day sold to Nathan Thomas Kelly, and runs thence as said road South 69 80 East 880 feet to a stake; thence continued as said road South 69 East to a stake near a branch; thanes South 46 West 1,633 feet to a stake; thence North 39 West 66 feet to a stake; thence South 20 West 2,000 feet to a stake on the run of Northeast River; thence up the meanders of the run of the Northeast River generally in a Northwestarn direction to a stake, R.D. Simmons' corner on the run of Northeast River; thence as the line of R.D. Simmons' North 29 East 1,630 feet to the point of beginning. CONTAINING 74.70 imiiiuiiiiiii - ~ ? teres, mora or loos. And boing o portion of the 99 1/2-ecra tract of land as sat forth and described in a Dead dated September 12. 1922. from W.H. Kelly to Bertie 0. Kelly, and recorded in Book 243. page 303, of the Ouplin County Registry. And being the same lend described in a Deed dated March 9. 1979. from Bertie O. Kelly, a widow, to William Hugheo Kelly, as recorded in Book 836, page 472. of the Duplin County Registry. The highest bidder at said tale shall be required to make a cash deposit of tan percent (10%) of his bid as evidence of good faith. This the 28th day of October. 1982 Everett L. Wooten Jr., I Commissioner H E Phillips. Commissioner 11-28 4t-HEP-71 NORTH CAROLINA DUPLIN COUNTY ? NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of en Order of the Duplin County Clerk for the General Court of Justice, Superior Court Division, made in Special Proceeding FiJe No. 82-Sp-229. entitled "William Hughes Kelly end wife. Mary Helen Kelly, and Nathan Thomas Kelly end wife. Alyce Kelly vs. Lawrence Kelly and wife, Betty S. Kelly." the undersigned Commissioners will, on the 30th day of November. 1982. at 12:00 o'clock noon, at the Duplin County Courthouse door in Kenansville, North Caroline, offer for Ml* to tha highaal bidder for CMfi thai cor tain tract of lond lying and boirtg In Qliaaon Townahip. Duplin County. North Carolina, and mora particularly daacribod aa followa ADJOINING the landa of John Kally and Joa L Kally and othara. I and boundad aa followa: BEGIN- i NING at a ataka John Kally'a I cornar at tho turn of tha road and I runa thanca aa tha road and John Kally'a Una South (0 1/2 Eaat 143 i poloa to a atalta at a bridga in t Southarland'a Una; thanca aa tha I ditch and Southarland'a Una a little Southwaaterly about 186 polaa to a 1 ataka, thanca North 72 Waat 146 polaa to a ataka on a ditch, thanca jp tha ditch north 6 Eaat 47 potf} to tha crook of tha ditch, thanca aa \ I ? new an unmarked Una being J.L Kail* Una about North 10 Eaet 140 polaa to a ataka naar a sate; thence aa a road about North 32 Eaet 40 oolaa to the beginning CONTAIN ING 197 acree, mora or laaa. This being a part of the Gaston Kelly landa conveyed by Deed from Mid W.H. Kelly to eaid Rufus Kelly which Deed la of record in the Duplin County Registry. The highest bidder at said sale shall be required to make a cash m teposit of tan percent <10%l of hia A >id as evidence of good filth. Thia the 28th day of October 1982 Evarette L. Wooten Jr.. Commissioner H.E. Phillips, Commissioner 1 25 41 P4P 69 Discount to Widows and over 60 APPLIANCE SERVICE Prepare your stove or oven for the holiday cooking ahead Call JIMMIE'S HOME REPAIR PH -296-1369 Jimmie Rich P.O. Box 366 Owner Kenansville, NC 28349 TO ALL DUPLIN COUNTY VOTERS i THANK YOU i FOR YOUR VOTE NOV. 2nd i AND i For The Privilege Of Serving j You As Clerk OF j Superior Court ! Of Duplin County ! ? i John A. Johnson S i ~cir I h?Htl.C. MwIMmKMn Thank You I Voters In I District 2 I Calvin C. Turner I would like to thank the people of District II, A? Duplin County, for the confidence you have had in I A me during this year of election in running for f I County Commissioner District 11..I pledge to you to A ? continue to the best of my ability to represent you I A in spending your tax money wisely as Duplin V I County Commissioner of District II. I sincerely 1 f Thank You! 1 I CALVIN C. TURNER J | BEULAVILLE TIRE COMPANY n & WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE | Hwy 24 West, Beulaville J. Ph: 298-4662 HOLMES'JEWELERS Front Street, Kenansville * jl All Occasion Plaques, Jewelry and Repair Needs Ph: 296-1443 CAROLINA MOBILE HOMES Ph: 298-4447 j Beulaville, N.C. <1 WHALEY'S AUTO & WRECKER SERVICE * Beulaville Ph: 298-4742 JACKSON'S IGA STORES '? Beulaville - Kenansville - Pink Hill Jimmy Jackson and Employees | KENANSVILLE DRUG STORE & J FAISON PHARMACY Doc Brinson, Earl Hatcher, Julie Lane \ QUICK SALES 1 Pink Hill n Ph: 568-4450 BEULAVILLE GARMENT | COMPANY, INC. Vj JONES FOOD STORE, INC. Kenneth Jones ?J Beulaville ^COMMUNITY CARPET CENTER X Hwy 41, Beulaville "Beside Beulaville Garment Co." >A Ph: 298-4319 \ MILLER HARDWARE ft Main Street, Beulaville v'l Sampson Paints Available! i' Ph: 298-3337 | M TEAN'S FABRIC SHOP Main Street, Beulaville ? Open Mon. thru Sat. 8:30-5:30 5, Ph: 298-4757 i THE SHEPHERDS' PROTECTORS WHILE "ME YOUNG SHEPHERDS GUARDED THEIR FLOCKS THEY IN TURN QUITE OFTEN WERE GUARDED I THEMSELVES BY SMALL BANDS OP YOUNG MEN WHO WLRE SUITABLV ARMED TO WARD OPP BRIGANDS AND OUTLAWS WHO MIGHT STEAL THE SHEEP. THESE Y0UTH5 WERE USUAL LY IN 50ME KIND OP MINOR TROUBLE WITH THE AUTHORITIES. FOR PAY THEY RECEIVED POOD FROM THE OWNERS OP "THE FLOCKS SUCH AN ? ARRANGEMENT WAS MADE BY DNID AND HIS SMALL BAND OF COMPANIONS WHEN HE HAD TO LEAVE SAULS BALACE UNDER "THREAT OF DEATH. THIS MEAGER BEGINNING LATER LED TO CAN/ID AMASSING AN ARMY POWER- i FUL ENOUGH TO ENSURE HIS CONTROL CP THE ENEMY PHILISTINES WHEN HE WAS MADE KING. 1 TASTEE FREEZ OF KENANSVILLE 2 Kenansville Now Open for Breakfast at 6 a.m. Mon. thru Sat. and 8 a. m. Sun. y Ph: 296-1112 r! BEULAVILLE GAS CO. \ From Hwy. 24 to Hwy. 41 East, Beulaville L Ph: 298-4010 M WHALEY SUPER MARKET ' i Beulaville Monk Whaley NEW W. H. JONES CO., INC. Pink Hill , Ph: 566-3171 WEST AUTO PARTS CO. Warsaw- Kenansville - Beulaville i ' EAST COAST OPTICAL CO. Worthington Bldg., N. Main St., Kenansville Complete Eye Glass Service Ph: 296-1782 BEULAVILLE ANTIQUE & FURNITURE CO. Orzo Thigpen Hwy 24 E., Beulaville Ph: 298-3476 BJ'S STYLING STUDIO j Route 1, Box 244, Kenansville Tanning Booth Available! Ph: 296-1313 PHILLIPS GRAINS, INC. \ Hwy. 24 West, Kenansville Ph: 296-0090 l I TOMMY MILLER TRUCK REPAIRS, INC. Hwy 24 West, Beulaville Ph: 298-4500 & SAVE THIS POQ VOUP SUNOS-/ SCHOOL 5CRAP3O0K ? Copyright, 1900. Wm A. lahti. Pittributod by lmog*Mu?. f. 0. Iw HA. Middlo town. N. Y. 10940. through Hutchintoii Auociotn. 11110 Vihogt 10. ComofrUo Co. 03010 i SPONSORS Of THIS PAGl, AlONO WITH MINISTERS OF AU fAITHS, URGE TOO TO ATTEND THE CHURCH OF TOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY nr.ii ' i'P nnnrf>~ ~iii? nr, ?rr*?=nnr,?,iu 1 nnnr^r.=nr n _? -r- nnr . ir nnnn nr, ~iinr,n=^r=nnn rr-~i)nnfT-1 T.IF?ilfWTih

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