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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, April 21, 1983, Page 9, Image 9

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The Pink Hill Review "Serving Pink Hill, Deep Run, Albertson, Beulaville, And Their Surrounding Areas" * VOL. S NO. 16 ' KENANSVILLE, NC 28349 ' APRIL 21. 1983 r INCE RECITAL - Pictured above is one of the groups performing in Dot is Whitfield's School of Dance recital Tuesday, April 26 at Northwest School at 8 p.m. The public is cordially invited. Pictured above, left to > right. Misty Bielby, Sarah Burrus, Kristen Williams, April Everette, Ginger Hill, Erica Rouse, Amy Bradshaw, Debbie Wade, Monica Jenkins, Beth Blizzard, Jill Noble, and Jennifer Heath. w MERLE CREECH - executive director of the Duplin County Arts Council, brought paint ings and a pinewood sculpture for the legislative office of Rep. Wendell H. Murphy in cooperation with Kathy Reece, president of the Duplin Art Guild. DCAC Drive Goes Past Half-Way Mark I w "There are still many of our citizens who have not yet been contacted about making a contribution to the Duplin County Arts Council," says Merle Creech, executive director, in reference to the 1983 fund drive. "We strongly appeal to those per sons to send their checks directly and promptly to the ) Arts Council. We are grate ful and appreciative of our community support thus far. Many volunteers have assisted and made possible the community canvass and in several areas an es-ecilly fine school participation." The goal this year is $12,000 and as of April 8, over $6,500 has been turned in. The reporting school totals are as follows: Rose Hill-Magnolia - $14; Charity - $93; N.Duplin Jr. High - $28.50; N. Duplin Elemen tary - $225.54; Kenansville Elementary - $143.55; t.E. Smith Jr. High - $204; Wal lace-RH - $92.02; Warsaw Jr. High - $51.93; James Kenan High - $33.03; Warsaw Ele mentary - $678.92; B.F. Grady - $434.36; Wallace Elementary - $53; Chinqua pin I - $60.02; Chinquapin II ? $54.62. "Wallace has done espe cially well as far as our towns have been concerned," says Mrs. Creech. More than twice the collected amount in Wallace last year has been raised for the 83-84 season. All monies collected are used tor programming. The position of Arts Counci di rector is a county seat and therefore all collections are turned back to the citizens in the form of programs. "Most of our programs go into the schools," said Mrs. Creech. "This year has been exciting in that, for the first time, every one of the 17 schools has had at least two programs from the Arts Council. My concern towards meeting our goal of $12,000 is that we will be able to bring quality arts at this frequency to the children in the county." The schools are not the only places to see the DCAC at work. This year the CART program has taken art into businesses. May senior citi zens centers have had a visit from an AC artist. At the county fair, the quilt show, the school art display and the Green Grass Cloggers were sponsored by the AC. Firemen and Rescue Appreciation Sapper ^ The annual Firemen's ? and Rescue Apprecia tion supper is planned for Tuesday night, April 26, to be held at the Pink Hill Fire Department. Tickets may be pur _ i _ j r r? A t_ cnaseu ior ?iu eacn which will cover the cost of the meal for the individual and one for a fireman or rescueman. _ Any money that is left W after the expenses for the supper is automati cally turned over to the Pink Hill Fire and Rescue Department. If you are not reached by phone and would like to copie, call Carol Sykes at the Pink Hill Town Hall. ^ CORRECTION Jn our March 31, 1983 edition, a brief on the Pink Hill page entitled "Available for Pasto rate" turned out to be untrue and was not re leased by the Reverend Don Venable. SERVICE Repair & New and PEEP RUN POOL I SUPPLY ?Swimming Pools, Supplies H Service P.O. Box 36 1 Deep Run, NC 26626 ?Ph. [days] Mobile623-2164 0 I Ext. 5556 ^^^or66?321^^^ T : : __ t JSTC Honor Lists James Sprunt Technical College has released the President's List and the Dean's List for the winter quarter. The President's List consists of those who com pleted a full-time class load and made all As. The Dean s List are those who earned a grade point average of 3.00 (B average) with no grade lower than a C. President's List James C. Atkinson, Nor wood Atkinson, Gladys Ayers, James Barnette, James Brake, Penny Brock, Rose Brown, Becky Carpen ter, Neil Carroll, Vicki Dail, Johnnie Durham, Terry En glish, Willie Evans, Patricia Grigg, Johnny Grimmer, Devon Hall, Billie Higgs, James Hill, Betty Howard, Sidney Howard, Mary lnnis. Penny James, Susan Jones, Leslie Kelly, Sheilda Kenon, Celia Killian, Patrick Kor negay, Carl Larson, Mary anne Matthews, Brenda Mc Carter, David McNeill, Ricardo Melendez, Hope Odom, Willie Powell, Nor wood Sanderson, Betty Sim mons, William Surles, Ro bert Taylor Jr., Steven Thomas, Wilbur Tuck, Connie Wallace, Michael Ward, Chris Whitman and Roland Williams. Dean's List Timothy Adams, Gloria Barfield, William Basden, Karen Batchelor, Ellen Batts, Deborah Best, Charles Bland, Joel Bonneville Jr., Ross Brock, Casey O. Brown. James D. Bryant, Ruben Bryant, Henry Byrd, Jenni fer Byrd, Ronnie Byrd. James Campbell, Johnny Cannon, Ruth Carlton, Lin wood Carter, William Cooke, Adell Coper, Libbie Croom, James Cyrus, Clinton Dar den, Lynn Davis, Regina Davis, Deanie Deans, Ronda Denning, Dale Dorman, Earl Elliott, Harvey Faircloth, Adolph Farrior, James Fort ner, Horace Foss, Peggy Futral, Jerri Futrell, Jimi Futrell, I'll man Ginn, Kathy Gore, Lora Hall, Mary Har dison, James D. Herring, Sherry Hinkle. Kay Hinson, ( Laura Holden, Lillie Huff- I man. Wanna Huffman. Bettv 1 Jenkins, Rufus Jenkins. < Daniel Jones Jr., Freddie 1 Kennedy, Teresa King, ' Douglas Kornegay, Lisa Lanier, Jill Lefler, Jack Lewis ' Jr., John Mallard, Betty Marshall, Kathryn Martin, Marie Mathis, Janet Mc Artor, Lori McClung, Joseph McMillian, Pamela Melton, Carcella Merritt, Larry Minor, Glenda Mishoe, Dorothy Moore, William Moffett, Willie Moore, Travis Mozingo, Timothy Mullis, Lori Offerman. Luada Patrick, Carl Perkins, Karla Pfirrman, Carolyn Potts, Gloria Raynor, William Rhodes, Kristin Robertson, Charles Rogers, Loranda Rouse, Carl Sandlin, Felicia Schmaltz, Donna Sessoms, Sharon Sheffield, Rhonda Sholar, Amy Smith, Dexter Smith, Ladonna Smith, Donna Snyder, Rufus Spell man, Brian Stewart, Rhonda Stroud. Donna Summerlin, Patricia Sutton. Marvin Swinson, Joce'yn Tate, Kim >erly Taylor, Robert Thorn on, Michael Todd, Melinda ("urner, Brenda Underwood, leffrey Usher, Glynwood Wade, Holly Warrington, jlenda Whaley, Brent Whit ield, Alpha Williams, Betty Williams, Carolyn Williams, 3reg Williams, Richard E. Williams, Robert T. Williams, Malcolm Williams Jr.. Karl Wilson and William Wingate. Nursing Assistants The James Sprunt Techni cal College students who completed their Nursing Assistants courses graduated April 2nd. They include Ann Allen, Teachey; Willie Al derman, Teachey; Bennie Rose Best, Faison; Helen Bizzell, Mount Olive, Martha Carol Brogden, Mount Olive; Mary Cox, Richlands; Mary Dixon, Teachey; Janic Green, Richlands; Judy Har dison, Warsaw; Bridgette Morrisey, Warsaw; Michelle Munnerlyn, Mount Olive; Vernelle Philyaw, Bowdens; Anniree Pierce, Wallace; Kim Quinn, Warsaw; Re becca Sampson, Warsaw; Hellen Lee Swinson, Mount Olive; Barbara Watkins, Richlands; and Callie Wil son, Wallace. Instructors for the class were Mrs. Sheraldine Harper of Kenansville and Mrs. Martha Williams of Beula ville. american cancerb society!! LENOIR SCHOOL MENUS April 25-29 Monday - hamburger steak or submarine sandwich, mashed cheese potatoes or baked beans, peaches, rolls, cherry dessert Tuesday - beef vegetable soup, hot dog or bologna & cheese sandwich, fruit or fruit cup, peanut butter cookies Wednesday - Manager's choice Thursday - pizza or steak um, french fries or green beans, pear salad or apple sauce, cake Friday - Teacher's work day. School closed. Piano Tuning 4nd Rapair Jim thy C. Watt Raglstorad . Piano Tochnician Box 502, Warsaw Kenans villa - 290-0219 Briefs MISSION CONFERENCE The Mount Zion Pente costal Free Will Baptist Church will hold a mission conference this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 22, 23 and 24. Services will begin Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday morning they will be observed at 10 o'clock. There will be no regular Sunday School classes. Conference will close at 11 a.m. and there will not be any 11 a.m. worship service nor will there be any Sunday night ser vices. The church will also cele brate its annual ladies day May 8th. Rev. Georgia Ben ton will be the guest speaker on Sunday morning. WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT A Women's Invitational Softball Tournament will be held in Pink Hill on May 7th and 8th. Proceeds will go to the American Cancer So ciety. For further information call co-chairmen Carol Sykes at 568-3818 and 568-3445 or Pam Smith at 568-4701. In terested persons are urged to call soon in order to get a team in. # LAMP SHADE CLASSES Sculptured lamp shade classes are being offered at This. That and the Other. For registration and more in formation. call 568-3562. SOFTBALL TRYOUTS The tryouts for the Pink Hill Midgett and Junior Lea gues girls Softball teams will be held Saturday, April 23 at the Pink Hill Softball Field. Midget girls, ages 9-12 at 1 p.m. and Junior girls ages 13-15 at 2 p.m.) Each girl must bring a Softball glove. If you have any questions, call Carol Sykes. ?a#'9 Forcvcr ?tc * Diet Center Located Next To Deep Run Food Center i Open Mon-Wed-Fri 8 til 5 Offering her diet pigs Free Exercising to everyone who is on,her diet. Xou can lose 15 to 20 lbs. in ju$t five weeks. Forever Lite is pnq of the most nutritional .diets you have ever been on. Dot Grady lost 15 lbs. in 3 weeks. Amos Howard lost 23 lbs. in 5 weeks. They are keeping their weight pff by eating two meals and drinking qne each day. They say it is thp easiest diet they have ever been on. Why don't you come by or call today about getting that extra weight pff. Call 568-4765. Call 568-4765 Nan's Forever Lite Diet Center ^ Dining Room Now Open In Family r/^'Restaurant Pink Hill Now Booking Meetings, Parties ,etc. Seating 90 We Now Have Added Additional Parking Space Daily Specials *2.00 ? Sat. Shrimp Special *3.25 Call In Orders Available ? Everyone Welcome New Shipment Just Arrived f i'TE * f Dinettes I J All (Specially Priced A To Save Now I I Avery I Furniture I Pink Hill Colony House Florist & Gifts ^ ^ Flowers for All Occasions ? Proms ? Weddings ? Funerals Demember National Secretaries M Week April 25-29 Xi 101 Edwards Ave., Pink Hill, North Carolina. 568-4159^^^^ Open UaJB.4p.BL J Monday thru Saturday Vernon Park Mril / ? " "" I Estee' Lauder ~ s - , * ' '$y> >. ' ,v' ^wmm Vi? The Best Bonus we've ever offered! A *35*00 Value, yours for 8*50 with any 6*50 purchase off Istee' Lauder Estee' Lauder brings beauty full circle..In thii newly designed caddy, she combines ber newest for mules with her proven classics. Results: A collection of greet skin-care treatments, wonderful inventive colors that create your best, naturally pretty look. Tender Creme Cleanser in a swift, light formula that massaoes on, tisauas off. Swiss Performing Extract is the -lassie, 24-hour nourishing lotion that protects, softens and smooths Perfectly Natural Liquid Makeup it a sheer lightweight covering and gives a smooth finish. Soft Film Compact Rouge is natural-looking facecolor that stays whore you Lput it. Re-Nutrlv Lipstick polishes lips with lono-lasting glorious color. White Linen Parfum Spray is crisp fragrance refreshment - a roses-and-jaamine bouquet to live inall year long. OPTO BMP> APRIL a? < aii

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