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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, February 10, 1983, Page 5, Image 5

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Duplin 4-H Members Recognized Duplin County's top 4-H Club members have been honored by the Duplin County Board of Commis sioners at a banquet at the Country Squire restaurant. Paid for by the county, the banquet recognized the work of 80 of the county's 800 4-H Club members. Those in-' vited had won awards or similar recognition for their achievements. Named outstanding junior 4-H members were Bernard Hall of Route 1, Magnolia, a member of the Stanford 4-H Club, and Bryant Murphy of Rose Hill, a member of the Teachey 4-H Club. Outstanding senior 4-H members were Pam Kelly of Wallace, Decca 4-H Club, and Amy West of Route 2, Warsaw, New Horizons 4-H Club. Gail Costin The program included a talk by Gail Costin, a former Duplin County 4-H Club member who is a hearing and speech pathologist for the New Hanover County schools. AGLOW The Kenansville chapter of Women's Aglow Fellowship will meet Feb. 12 for fel lowship at 8:45 and the meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the General Store in Kenansville. The speaker will be Sue Williams of Goldsboro. according to Linda K. Lanier of Beula ville. OUTSTANDING 4-H'ERS Certify,us of appreciation were presented to the Out standing Junior and Senior 4-H'ers at the annual 4-H appreciation banquet held at the Country Squire restaurant. Four-H'ers from all nvcr Duplin Count) who excelled in their projects were in attendance. Pictured above are Outstanding Juniors. Bernard Hall and Bryant Murph- and Outstanding Seniors Amy West and Pam Kelly. Kenansville News Mrs. Julia Harriett of Trenton spent the past weekend with Mrs. Woodrow Brinson. Elizabeth and Julia Spicer of Raleigh and Chapel Hill, respectively, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spicer. Mrs. Clyde Roller and two children of Matthews spent last week here with her mother. Mrs. Phil Kretsch. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brin son accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Doc Brinson and sons to Charlotte for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stroud went to the Farm Show in Raleigh one day last week. Jim Johnson and Owen made a business trip to Goldsboro Tuesday. Mrs. Crenshaw Thompson of Southern Pines and Mrs. William Sellars of Shallotte visited Mrs. E.C. Tyndall and Mrs. Hortense T. Hasty last week. C.M. Rice, assistant state director of AAARP, was in Louisville. Ky. for a meeting several days last week. Pattie Loftin visited friends in Raleigh last week. Louise W. Mitchell at tended a meeting of the council committee of Wil mington Presbytery in Wil mington last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene En glish and Stephen of Garner visited Mrs. Sheldon Swann during the weekend and attended the baptism service for Sarah Elizabeth Vincent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Vincent, in the Faison United Methodist Church on Sunday. T. & C. Club Mrs. Eloise K. Ryder was hostess for the Town & Country Bridge Club Tues day night with Mrs. Sue Neil Lentz the only visiting player. After several pro gressions, Mrs. Ruth B. Wells was declared high scorer. She and Mrs. Lentz were both given gifts. The Valentine motif was ifced in table appointments. For re freshments, Mrs. ' Ryder assisted by Mrs. Lentz served cherry pie, salted nuts and coffee. Liberty Hall Bridge Club Mrs. A.T. Outlaw was hostess for the Liberty Hall Bridge Club when it met last Wednesday night. Mrs. Martha Swann substituted for the only absent member. The Valentine motif was used in table appointments. Between progressions, Mrs. Outlaw assisted by Mrs. Hazel Scott and Mrs. Louise W. Mitchell, served pound cake topped with strawberry \ ice cream. Valentine candy and toasted pecans were also passed to enjoy with the coffee. Mrs. W.M. Ingram won the high score prize. Mrs. Swann was also given a gift. Visit Masonic and Eastern Star Home The following members of Kenansville Chapter #215, Order of the Eastern Star, joined a busload of others from the 8th District in visiting the Masonic and Eastern Star Home in Greensboro Saturday: Celia and J.B. Stroud. Ruby G. Newton. Thelma B. Murphy, Joyce and Kermit Williams, also Hazel Holland. Johnson Elected To Baptist Children's Homes Board Of Trustees Warsaw resident John A. Johnson has been elect t o to the board of trustees ior the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina Inc. for the 1983-86 term. Johnson is clerk of the Superior Court of Duplin County and served on the board from 1978-81. "Members of the board of trustees of. the Baptist Lhildren s Homes ot N.C. Inc., elected by the Baptist State Convention, are vital to the total ministry of the Homes." said Dr. W.R. Waeoner. president of the Children's Homes. "A primary function of the trus tees is to determine the services and policies of the institution. We are fortunate to have the leadership of John A. Johnson on our board of trustees." GARDEN CLUB LUNCHEON The Warsaw Garden Club met at The Country Squire on I Feb. 2 with 14 members * present. Mrs. C.M. Rice, president, called the meeting to order at noon. Members read the Warsaw Garden Club collect. Mrs. Rice asked for reports from different chairmen. Mrs. E.C. Thompson, chairman of special projects, gave a very encouraging report of the Historical Homes of Warsaw booklet. Mrs. Herbert Best gave the treasurer's report. It was announced that there would be an assortment of trees available to all with the trees to be ordered by Feb. 25. Mrs. Bill Spicer showed the members slides of the Elizabethan Gardens. Now Available Sculptured Lamp Shade Supplies Classes Now being Offered In Cralts Call 293-7320 or 293-4923 for more information ? Country Crafts ? Country furniture ? Special Gift Items ? Odds & fnds Open Mon. Fri. 10 'til 5 The Pineapple House West College At. 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