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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, March 24, 1983, Page 18, Image 18

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GRADY RETIRES - Duplin County tax collector Leland Grads was presented a certificate of appreciation by the Duplin commissioners March 21 during their regular board meeting. Grady retired after 13 years of service with Duplin County. Pictured above, left to right, chairman of the Duplin County commissioners. Bill Costin, as he presents the certificate of appreciation to Grady. Family Needs Are Focus Of Film Series On Sunday evening. April 24. the Warsaw community will be able to begin partici pation in an educational and thought-provoking film series called Focus on the Family. Designed and pre sented by Dr. James Dobson of Waco. Texas, this series touches on a number of areas in marriage and family rela tionships. All interested per sons in the area are urged to participate. The series will include seven films, each of which will be shown at 7 p.m. at Warsaw Elementary School. There is no charge. The films are being sponsored by the Warsaw Elementary P.T.O., the Warsaw Baptist Church and the Warsaw United Methodist Church. Dates and film titles are as follows: April 24 - The 1 Strong-willed Child: April 30 - Shaping the Will Without Breaking the Spirit; May 6 - Christian Fathering; May 13 - Preparing for Adolescense: The Origins of Self-doubt; May 20 - Preparing for Adolescense: Peer Pressure & Sexuality; May 27 - What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women; The Lonely Housewife; and June 5 - What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women: Money. Sex and Children. Introducing the leading discussion for each film will be area ministers, doctors and guidance specialists. The series is designed in a sequential and developmen tal package and therefore seeing the whole series is preferable to seeing single films, although that is cer tainly permissable. Questions and further in formation may be directed towards Dr. Mac Thompson. Warsaw Baptist Church; Rev. Jimmy Creech. Warsaw United Methodist Church; and Gerald Yount. Warsaw Elementary School. Duplin School Menus March 28-April 1 Lunch Won. grilled cheese sand wich or Mexican fiestada. vegetable soup or tater tots, fruit or cobbler Tue - fried chicken with angel biscuit or com dog with campfire beans, mashed po tatoes or broccoli, truit cup and birthday cake Wed. - baked ham. rolls or chick filet sandwich, glazed sweet potatoes or green beans, fruit fantasy or juice. Easter egg Thur. and Fri. - No School DCAC Spring Fashion Show Was Dazzling The evening of fashions and entertainment sponsored bv the Duplin Countv Arts Council recently was a shim mering and shining sight. With colors that shout spring and with talent that repre sents Duplin's best, the show was a combination of beauty and excitement and grace. Five area stores showed fashions intermittentlv with entertainment. Showing contemporary sportswear and bridal clothing for men and women was Cintilly's of i Beulaville. As owners Barbara Quinn and Jan Ken nedv put it. "The colors are hot. and the lines are lean. Cintilly's has an upbeat as sortment of fun-loving, funky fashions." Models for them included Hllen Sandlin. Casandra Ravnor, Kate Griffin. Jo Riiey. Keneva Hambrick. Kent Evans. Holly Griffin, Lucinda Maready and Micky Quinn. Kramer's Department Store of Wallace presented a full line of fashions for women and girls, and a handsome Myrle Beringer modeling a classic look for men. With Muriel Offerman coordinating the new spring styles that range from jacket dresses to mini-dresses. Kramer's models were Aimee Watson, Jane Phil lips. Judv Mills. Lucille Beach. Dovie Penney, Emily Teachey. Gina Rivenbark. Stacy Livingston and Berineer. The best in comforatable, classic sportswear and digni fied, handsome style was shown by Emma's of Wal lace. Models Ellis Henry Tow nsend. Margueritte Blanchard, Carol Carter and Emily Jessup showed the best spring feminine looks. Ellis Henry coordinated this segment of the show. Tox's of Wallace brought bright jumpsuits and bouncy polka dot mini-dresses to go along with a variety of other fashions. Having fun in the colorful clothes were models Beverly Hall. Beverly Pesar chick. Shirley Carlton, Nadine Rhodes and Beth Montford. Jan Fox assisted the models from her store. The finale of fashions was shown by Mary Sanderson Porter of Creations Three in Warsaw. With soarkles and sequins and jewels, Mary's models included Moira Kay. June Bell. Betty Jenkins and Vicki Tharrington. The de signer look at its most ele gant was the look of Crea- I tions Three. I Punctuating the fashion I show were the following entertainers: Gary Mitchell, guitarist and vocalist from Ocracoke Island; Rev. < Charles Smith, baritone with I Broadway show tunes; Aimee Watson, NC's Junior Miss Charm, tapdancing to "Hev There Good Times": (rioira Kay. Miss Knoxville, lenn., vocalist; Gina Riven bark. Duplin's Little Miss, tapdancing to "We're in the Money." Susan Lawrence Googe was hostess for the evening. She was 1976 Miss North Carolina and 1st runner-up to Miss America. Danny Jenkins and Annabelle Rand accompanied the modeling and provided pre-show entertainment. The evening was a fund raiser to follow up the January CART Week program of hosting a ma rimba artist in the county. The event was sponsored by the Duplin County Arts Council. JOSEPH H. BRYANT WALLACE - Joseph Henry Bryantx 81. died Sunday. Funeral. Wallace United Methodist Church. Entomb ment. Rockfish Memorial Cemetery. Surviving: son. Joseph D. Bryant of Wallace: sisters. Mrs. Jack Morgan of Ra leigh. Mrs. Jack Chick of Dallas. Texas; two grand sons: several nieces and nephews. GERALD H.STANLEY ROSE HILL - Gerald How ard Stanley. 51. died Mon day. 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