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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, March 24, 1983, Page 9, Image 9

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ISPECTIVE GIRL SCOUT BORN at in General Hospital during Girl Scout k, March 6 through 12. Christine >r, nursing assistant in the obstetrical at Duplin General Hospital, is pictured ?nting baby girl Tacarah Janeen her personal Girl Scout baby tee-shirt. Tacarah Janeen.was the first babv girl born at DGH during Girl Scout Week. Her mother is Elizabeth Stallings Frazier of Rose Hill. Dr. M.I. Ammar is their obstetrician and Doctors Steve Griffith, Karen Liebert and Doris Batts of Duplin Medical Asso ciation are providing pediatric care. Kwborn Girls At >H Honored By Girl Scouts Iaby girls born during Girl ut Week, March 6 lugh March 12 were Dred by Coastal Carolina Scouts by receiving their personal Girl Scout baby shirt at Duplin General pital. These shirts, :ned with the Girl Scout >, were presented by istine DeWitt, Duplin nty neighborhood service chairman, along with a gratulatory message from Council president, Mrs. nda Crocker of Rocky int. s a part of the Girl its' 71st birthday cele ion. these newborn girls will receive a personal invi tation six years from their date of birth to join the largest organization in the world for girls as a Girl Scout Brownie. Mrs. Crocker states that since the birth of the Girl Scout movement on March 12, 1912, girls from six to 17 years of age have enjoyed growth, adventure and end less opportunity. All Girl Scouts in Duplin County are wishing proud parents joy at the birth of their precious "Future Girl Scout" and are looking forward to having them join in the movement to benefit from a broad and meaningful program, new friendships, learning and fun. At present the Council serves over 10,000 girls and 4,000 adults in 25 eastern North Carolina counties as a United Way Agency char tered by Girls Scouts of the U.S.A. A survey of more than 21 hospitals within the council jurisdiction indicates more than 156 girls were born during Girl Scout Week last year. Locally, five girl babies were born at Duplin General Hospital during Girl Scout Week, March 6 through March 12, according to Anne Houston, director of nursing services. mirth Announcement If- and Mrs. Rodney in Smith of Pink Hill ounce the birth of a son, Iney Dean Smith Jr. on rch 12, 1983. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones of route 1. Pink Hill. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. "Skeet" Smith of Route lt Pink Hill. I Card Of Thanks iWords cannot express the precision that .we feel vard our relatives, friends d neighbors during the is of our beloved Father, e wish to express our ttitude to Rev. Ed Neal d Rev. Ed Adams for their irds of comfort. Special inks to Potters Hill Chris tian Church, Sand Hill Ckurclv>-and Maranatha Baptist Church for the food and help they provided. May God Bless each of you for your prayers, flowers, visits, cards, calls and all expressions of concern. The Family of Amos Jones PAUL B. POTTER WARSAW - Paul B. Potter, 82, died Wednesday. Funeral, Warsaw Baptist Church. Burial, Pinecrest Cemetery. Surviving: daughters. Miss Martha Joyce Potter of the horn" Mrs. Mary Lou Smith ot McLeansville; son. Paul B. Potter Jr. of Pleasant Garden: sisters. Miss Mary Potter and Miss Elizabeth Potter, Cowpens, S.C.. Mrs. H.N. Henry of Columbia, S.C.. Mrs. William Elliott and Miss Dora Potter, both of Spartanburg. S.C.; brothers. Ralph B. Potter of Linwood, Jack B. Potter of Winston-Salem; two grand children. ELIZA G. SMITH PINK HILL - Mrs. Eliza Grady Smith, 83, died Wed nesday. Funeral, Pink Hill Funeral Home. Burial. Oak Ridge Memorial Park. Surviving: sons. Henry Allen Smith of Albertson; daughters. Miss Shirley Smith of Kenansville. Mrs. Joyce Smith of Pink Hill, Mrs. Martha Bobbitt of Rocky Mount, Mrs. Mary Edna Price of Roanoke Rapids, Mrs. Dorothy Lee Rockwick of Atlanta. Ga.; brothers, Ed Grady of Kenansville. Phil Grady of Albertson; sisters. Mrs. Gertie Smith. Mrs. Lettie Rouse and Mrs. Rachel Out law. all of Albertson; 10 grandchildren; four great grandchildren. ADELLC. PADGETT MOUNT OLIVE - Mrs. Adell Carter Padgett. 70, died Monday. Funeral, Tyn dall Funeral Home. Burial. Oakridge Memorial Park. Pink Hill. Surviving: sons, Tom Pad gett of Route 2. Mount Olive, Melvin Padgett of Kinston, James Padgett of Route 11. Goldsboro; daughters, Mrs. Ruth Holmes of Kingsville; brothers. Albert Carter of Bayboro, Edward Carter of Kinston; sisters, Mrs. Laura Mae Wagner of Massachu setts, Mrs. Isabelle Taylor of ICinston; 11 grandchildren. GEORGE W. GOODSON MOUNT OLIVE - George W. Good son, 90. died Fri day. Funeral. Tyndall Funeral Home. Burial, Wayne Memorial Park with Masonic rites. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Mary Galloway Goodson; sister. Mrs. R.E. Boone of Rocky Mount; several nieces and nephews. JIMMIE DAVIS ALBFRTSON - Jimmie Davis. 78, died Friday. Fu neral. Pink Hill Funeral Home. Burial. Oak Ridge Memorial Park. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Kir leen H. Davis; daughter. Mrs. Everleene D. Futrell of Albertson; one grand daughter. Miss Diane Holmes; brother. Horace Davis of Warsaw: sister. Mrs. Rachel Stroud of Al bertson. ' THELMA R. THOMAS BEULA VILLE - Mrs. Thelma Register Thomas, 79. died Thursday. Funeral. Community Funeral Home. Burial. Fast Duplin Memo rial Gardens. Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Ella T. Danley of Beu laville. Mrs. Lucv T. Whaley of Kinston; sons. Bonnie Thomas of Warsaw, Frank J. Thomas of Beulaville. Rolin J. Thomas of Beulaville: five grandchildren. JOSPEH T. DANIELS GOLDSBORO - Joseph Timothy Daniels, 77. died Sunday. Funeral. Tyndall Funeral Home. Burial. Wayne Memorial Park. Surviving: son. T.J. I Daniels of Goldsboro, Mrs. Elenor Fail of Princeton; brothers, Paul Daniels of Wilmington, Albert Daniels of Castle Hayne; sisters. Mrs. Lucille Byrd, Mrs. Sallie Hughes and Mrs. Lela Bell Coley, all of Mount Olive, Mrs. Myrtle Lee Brock of Goldsboro; four grand children. PAUL ANDERSON MOUNT OLIVE - Paul Anderson, 73, died Sunday. Funeral. Tyndall Funeral Home. BuriaL Maplewood Cemetery. Surviving: wife. Mrs. Hazel McNamara Anderson; sons. Milton Anderson. Charles Anderson and Mel vin Anderson, all of Mount Olive, Ray Anderson of Newton Grove. Jesse Ander son of the home; daughters, Mrs. Barbara Davenport of Ohio. Mrs. Kitsie Jones of Mount Olive. Mrs. Emma Tyndall of Baltimore. Md., Mrs. Debbie Basden of Rich lands; sister. Mrs. Lila Lane of Mount Olive; 11 grand children. JOHN T.GRESHAM WARSAW - John Thomas "Tommy" Gresham. 76. re tired attorney for the Onslow County Bar Association, died Sunday. Funeral. Warsaw Presbyterian Church. Burial. Pinecrest Cemetery. Surviving: wife, Mrs. F'mma D. Gresham; son, John Thomas Gresham 111 of Jacksonville; daughters. ? ? . I II UUaiM Mrs. Carolyn Gresham Kugatow of Topsail Island and Mrs. Laura Gresham Bernard of Wilmington; a grandchild; several nieces and nephews. BEULAH WALKER MEIER WRIGHTSV1LLE BEACH - Funeral mass for Beulah Walker Meier, a prominent dress shop operator, was held at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Wilmington. Burial, Oleander Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Meier died Tuesday. She was 87. Her family moved to Wrightsville Beach in 1937, becoming among the first to live year-round at the beach. A Duplin County native, she operated dress shops in Wilmington, Pinehurst. Carolina Beach, Winter Park. Fla. and Myrtle Beach, S.C. The shops closed in 1960. Surviving: daughter. Katherine Cameron of Wrightsville Beach, a grand son and a granddaughtor. Warsaw UMW 5azzar Warsaw United Mcrhodist Church ) March 26th '/ 10 A.M. Fireside Doom Hot Dog Lunch 11 til 1 )/ barbecue Pork Supper 5 til 7 Spring Fling Come to our Spring Fling!!! SATURDAY, MARCH 26 10:00 til 5:00 at Cathy's Country Ceramics See our: Easter decorative items, Pots for Spring Planting, Polk Art of all kinds (pineapples, buglers, hens, candlehangers, etc.), Ceramic Gifts of all kinds, Craft Supplies (Cross-Stitch, Candlewicking, Stenciling, too), Country Gift Items. Be sure to sign up for our upcoming classes - Stenciling - Country Wood Painting - Ceramics - Sculptured Lamp Shades FREE CROSS STITCH GRAPH TO EACH CUSTOMER DURING SALE! yb Turn off Hwy. 11 at tha Kornagay Substation / '/< ml. past Woodland Unltad Methodist Church I ?A *V- ^mm>^ ~w ?"? r * w -y r * ? ^ r * ? r * ? v ? ~W?W We Order | j Wedding Invitations Wedding Stationery Social Stationery j Accessories Call 296-0239 Duplin Times Kenansville n =XH KH -XX HK >IK=3<K==XK HW XH K>C= MILLER HARDWARE Main Street, Beulaville Sampson Paints Available! Ph: 298-3337 HOLMES'JEWELERS Front Street, Kenansvilte All Occasion Plaques, Jewelry and Repair Needs Ph: 296-1443 CAROLINA MOBILE HOMES Ph: 298-4447 Beulaville, N.C. I/VHALEY'S AUTO & WRECKEF SERVICE beulaville Phone - 298-3844 JACKSON'S IGA STORES Beulaville - Kenansville - Pink Hill Jimmy Jackson and Employees KENANSVILLE DRUG STORE i FAISON PHARMACY Doc Brinson, Earl Hatcher, Julie Lane i QUICK SALES Pink Hill Ph: 568-4450 BEULAVILLE GARMENT COMPANY. INC. THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL BELSHAZZAR, THE SON OP NEBUCHADNEZZAR, MAD MADE A SREAT FEAST BEFITTING MS KING LV STATION. WHEN THE MERRIMENT AND THE WINE PLOWED 7D A HIGH PITCH BELSHAZZAR DECIDED IT WOULD BE GREAT SPORT TO BRING OUT OF THE TREASURV THE GOLD AND SILVER VESSELS WHICH MIS FATHER HAD TAKEN OUT OF THE TEMPLE IN JERUSALEM TO USE AS DRINKING MUGS FOR HIS PRINCES, WIVES, AND CONCUBINES. HE REALLY SHOULDNT HAVE DONE THIS! BECAUSE THE END RESULT WAS, THE VISION OF A HAND APPEARED OVER TUE GREAT WALL OF THE BANQUET MALL AND WROTE A MESSAGE ON THE PLASTER. WHICH TROUBLED THE KING MIGHTILY BECAUSE THE LANGUAGE THE MESSAGE WA5 WRITTEN IN WAS FOREIGN TO HIM. DANIEL WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO COULD DISCERN THE IMPORT OF THE WRITING. AND WHEN BELSHAZZAR LEARNED WHAT THE PROPHECY STATED HE MUST HAVE REGRETTED USING THE HOlN VE5SEL5 FCR FRIVOLOUS PURPOSES! FOR DANIEL INFORMED THE KINS THAT HE WA5 WEIGHED IN THE BAL ANCES AND FOUND WANTING AND HI5 KINSDOM WOULD BE DESTROYED THAT VERY NlSHT. ALL OF WHICH HAS BEEN RECORDED IN THE BOOK OF DANIEL, CHAPTER FIVE. WHALEY SUPER MARKET fe rS BeulaviHe k Monk Whaley y NEWW. H.JONES CO., INC. | b Pink Hill Ph: 568-3171 WEST AUTO PARTS CO. I K Warsaw-Kenansville - Boulaville * 'I EAST COAST OPTICAL CO. Worthington Bldg . N. Main St., Kenansville Complete Eye Glass Service Ph: 296-1782 BEULAVILLE ANTIQUE & FURNITURE CO. , fj Orzo Thigpen Hwy 24 E., Beulaville 1 Ph: 298-3476 TEAN'S FABRIC SHOP Main Street, Beulaville Open Mon. thru Sat. 8:30-5:30 Ph: 298-4757 JONES FOOD STORE, INC. Kenneth Jones Beulaville SPONSORS OF THIS Paw* URGE YOU TO ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY

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