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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, July 28, 1983, Page 13, Image 13

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Deaths & Funerals SIDNFY J. KFNNFDY PINK HILL - Sidney James Kennedy. 68. died Friday. Funeral. Edgerton Funeral Home, Beul^ville. Burial, East Duplin Memorial Gar dens. t Surviving: wife. Mrs. Mamie Lee Kennedy; son, Gerald Daniel Kennedy of Swansboro; sisters, Mrs. Elvia Kennedy of Pink Hill, Mrs. Vera Futrell of Beula ville, Mrs. Rannie Rouse of Magnolia, Mrs. Mariah Quinn of Clarkton, Mrs. Cindy Whaley and Mrs. Ruth Cummings, both of Kinston. Mrs. Mavis Brinson of Wil son, Mrs. Janet Cox of Richlands; brothers, Paul Ward Kennedy of Virginia Beach. Va., Floyd Kennedy of Pink Hill; seven grand children; a great-grandchild. TUNK BAKER I BEULAVILLE - Tunk Baker, 69, died Wednesday. Funeral, Community Funeral Home. Burial, East Duplin ^Memorial Park, r Surviving: wife, Mrs. Lizzie G. Baker; son, Gareth Baker of Beui^ville, bro thers, Henry C. Baker of Pink Hill. Hampton Baker of Beulaville. ANNIE T. DOWDY KINSTON - Mrs. Annie Geneva T. Dowdy, 50, died Tuesday. Funeral, Garner Howard Funeral Home. Bu rial, Pinelawn Memorial Park. Survjving: husband, Wil liam G. Dowdy; son, lvey Moody Jr. of Pink Hill; daughters, Mrs. Barbara Edwards of Deep Run, Mrs. Brenda Edwards of Kinston; mother, Mrs. Annie M. Taylor of Kinston; brother, Floyd E. Taylor of Michigan; stepbrothers, Randolph Taylor of Mars Hill, Richard Taylor of Albertson, Lloyd Taylor of Warsaw; half sis ters, Mrs. Mildred Lee of Holly Ridge, Mrs. Susie Knowles of Mount Olive; stepdaughter, Mrs. Paula Michalski of New Jersey; stepsons, Allen Dowdy and Bruce Dowdy, both of New Jersey; 15 grandchildren. KYLE K. HARPER U PINK HILL - Kyle Regan K Harper, 19, died July 16 in an auto accident in France. ? Funeral, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Albertson. Burial. Pink Hill E Cemetery. T Surviving: parents, p Walton and Mrs. Eleanor \ Batchelor Harper of Albert son; brothers, Gregory Har- E per of Pink Hill, Alan Harper 0 of Tinker A.F.B., Oklahoma, h Hugh Harper and Bret \ Harper, both of the home; F paternal grandfather, \ Rodolph D. Harper of Al- \ bertson; maternal grand- c mother, Mrs. Viola S. Bat- c chelor of Beulaville. VERNON J. SALMON WALLACE - Vernon [L Julian "Brownie" Salmon, r? 49, died Sunday. Funeral, Edgerton Funeral Home. it Burial, Rockfish Cemetery. ^ Surviving: sisters, Mrs. [s Gladys S. Powers of Fair j= Bluff, Mrs. Faye Batts of Wilmington, Mrs. Grace Ik Carter of Wallace; brother, ? Earl W. Salmon of Palo Alto, r= Calif. GERTIE T. TYNDALL KINSTON - Mrs. Gertie Taylor Tyndall, 75, died j: Thursday. Funeral, Garner- c Howard Funeral Home. Bu- I? rial, Taylor family cemetery, Noble's Mill. ^ Surviving: sons, Cordell Tyndali of Mountain Home, [I Idaho, Nolan Tyndall of Kin- c ston; daughters, Mrs. Susie 5 T. Howard and Mrs. Shirley T. Brown, both of Kinston; [I brother, Willie Taylor of f Deep Run; sister, Mrs. Junie T. Whaley of Deep Run; 17 j grandchildren; nine great- . grandchildren. RUTH J. SUTTON KINSTON - Mrs. Ruth Jones Sutton, 68, died Fri day. Funeral, Rouse Funeral Home, LaGrange. Burial, Pinelawn Memorial Park. Surviving:husband, Claudie D. Sutton; daugh ters, Mrs. Catherine Jones of r Seven Springs, Mrs. Claudie Timmons of Goldsboro, Mrs. I Peggy Braxton of Jackson- 1 ville, Mrs. Sybil Vandiford of ! Tarboro; sons, J.R. Sutton and Kelly Sutton, both of Kinston, Allen D. Sutton of Tarboro; sisters, Mrs. Mar tha Jackson and Mrs. Addie Rae Oliver, both of Seven Springs; brother, Allen j "Pete" Jones of Seven Springs; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; 11 stepgrandchildren. J.B. JONES - SEVEN SPRINGS - J.B. Jones. 63, died Tuesday. Funeral, Howard & Carter Funeral Home, Kinston. Bu rial, Daly's Chapel Free Will Baptist Church cemetery. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Ruby Mae Jones; daughter, Miss Teresa Ann Jones of the home; sisters, Miss Ann lee Jones, Mrs. Jesse Stroud. Mrs. Betty Smith, all of Kinston, Mrs. Tessie Price of Deep Run, Mrs. Daphne Johnson of Newport News, Va.. Mrs. Lytle Mae Price of Seven Springs. MELBOURNE L. BRINSON WALLACE - Melbourne Lee Brinson, 76, died Wed nesday. Funeral. Edgerton Funeral Hme. Burial. River view Memorial Park. Surviving: wite, Mrs. Rosie Lanier Brinson; son, Joseph Lee Brinson of Wal ice; sister, Mrs. Bertie En lish of Wallace; brother, ervy Brinson of New Bern; vo grandchildren. JAMES E. MILLARD MOUNT OLIVE - James dward Millard, 60, died hursday. Funeral, Tyndall uneral Home. Burial, laplewood Cemetery. Surviving: mother, Mrs. stelie M. Millard of Mount ?live; brothers, Norman lillard, Bobby Millard, Billy lillard, Buster Millard and ranklin Millard, all of lount Olive; sisters, Mrs. lartha Powell of Mount ?live. , . , _ .-7.. MARY E. TILLMAN \ MOUNT OLIVE - Mrs. Mary Alice Ewell Tillman, 61, died Saturday. Funeral, Tyndall Funeral Home. Burial, Maplewood Ceme tery. \ Surviving: son, Lin wood ; Tillman of Greenville; ^ brothers, Laurie Ewell and Frank Ewell, both of Ports mouth, Va.; two grandchil dren. GRACE W. SELLERS WALLACE - Mrs. Grace Williams Sellers, 69, died Sunday. Fungal, Edgerton Funeral Home. Burial, River 'lew Memorial Park. Surviving: daughter. Mrs Shirley James of Wallace; son, Tony Sellers of Wil mington; three grandchil dren. The U.S. nickel it really 76 percent copper and just 25 percent nickel. | Duplin General Hospital Admissions July 13 - Karl W. Hollo man of Faison, Kathy L. Jones & Baby Boy of Wal lace, Marie S. Rondall of Warsaw, Denise L. Ward of Warsaw, Walter C. Heath of Pink Hill, Frances W. Albert son cit Beulaville, William E. Hunter of Wallace, George E. Kennedy of Beulaville, Irene Smith of Mount Olive, Emma 6. Carlton and Leo A. Jarman of Warsaw, Leslie Summerlin of Warsaw ' July 14 - Patsy G. Mc ?Millian and Baby Boy of Rose Hill. Regina D. Carr and Baby Boy of Mount Olive, Donald G. Kennedy of Beu laville, George W. McKiver of Kenansviile, Rachel E. Quinn of Beulaville, Carolyn p. Outlaw of Kenansviile, William Elliott of Faison, Sadie Brown Brock of Mount Olive, Callie H. Kelly of Rose Hill. Mattic If. Williams of Warsaw 1 July 15 - Alex C. Faison of Powdens, Lucy M. Gibbs of Rose Hill, Johnnie R. Jarman of Beulaville, Tammy Marie Pope of Mount Olive, Kat rina J. Grady and Baby Girl of Kenansviile July 16 - Willie M. Pigford of Magnolia, Mary E. Loftin of Faison, Bryant Moore of Magnolia, Alberta L. Miller of Beulaville, Christine Pitts ^>f Teachey, Helen Ann Glaspie & Baby Boy of Warsaw, Barbara D. Sholar of Wallace, Lacy L. Brown of Chinquapin July 17 - Shirley M. Gresham of Pink Hill, Retha Mae Pittman of Rose Hill, Cenette Williams of Beula ville, Vjvian G. Boney and Baby Boy of Rose Hill, Virginia R. Houston of Pink k Hill, Vanessa R. Hines of Faison, Nancy L. Boone of Magnolia, Davis R. Sanders of Wallace, Allen C. Thorn ton of Faison July 18 - Letha M. Carlton of Warsaw, Annie L. Alder man of Teachey, Bonita S. Harper and Baby Girl of Pink Hill, Leo A. Jarman Jr. and Clifton H. Best, both of Warsaw, Annie M. Foster of Rose Hill, Julia P. Mosely of Kenansville, Rose M. Tyn dall of Pink Hill July 19 - ValarieG. George of Faison, William E. Smith of Warsaw, George W. Smith of Faison, William A. Mc Mally of Rose Hill, Mel bourne L. Brinson of Wallace, Needham Houston of Pink Hill, Shirley L. Hall and Baby Boy of Beulaville, Mary A. Jarman and Baby Girl of Warsaw July 20 - James O. Piner of Beulaville, Ernest E. Davis of Goldsboro, Janice E. Up dike of Wallace, Hazel M. Stevens and Denise L. Ward and Baby Boy of Warsaw, Evelyn B. Mason of Bow dens, Andrea St. Fleur of Florida, Margie M. Chamber of Kenansville July 21 - Joan E. Best and Baby Boy of Kenansville, Anderson Blount of Deep Run, Vera P. Jones of Wal lace. Anderson Blount of Deep Run, Laccie M. Vann and Deborah E. Hargrove of Warsaw, Gloria B. Ray nor of Beulaville. Thomas T. Dixon Jarvis C. Dixon, Fred W. Johnson, Flossie Dixon Sealey and Mary J. Huffin, all of Rose Hill. Duplin General Hospital is accredited by the Joint Com mission on Accreditation of Hospitals. Legal Aid Services For Senior Citizens Legal aid service will be available to the senior citizens of Duplin County beginning July 26th. Bruce Robinson, a local attorney, will be at the Senior Center on Seminary Street in ^Kenan^ville every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Robinson's services will Include the writing of wills, estate planning, granting power of attorney and coun seling. There will be no charge for this service. Senior citizens who need N.O.W. > Yard Sale A yard sale to benefit the National Organization of Women will be held on Saturday, July 30 from 7 a.m. until at 208 E. Chelly Street in Warsaw (off Memorial Drivel. the services of an attorney should contact Services to the Aged in Kenansville at 296-1511 and make an ap pointment. SAVTNG^O^^I GENERIC /J DRUGS jjm Bob Hood. R.Ph. /'* Stovo Qarvfn. R. Ph. ?I /r-xV I R. L. Hood \ Tl Pharmacy 7 filled \ Ph: 568-413 \ /(fcuwMjr\| I All Remaining Summer Merchandise j ! 40% '? 50% ofr j J Good Selection of Jewelry j 1 . 50% off i j Bob's Place ? Warsaw I i ^ new Fall Wedding Books Have Arrived *Fk>w#f Girts f)Dir\A *Brid*moids ? jl JL/\I ' *Moth#rs ( KIClM^io 'Grondmothers V ' \|/ \l s. \SHv4^W, iEttfel's 8>t|appe N.C?ntTSt. Mount Olive 65i-3IH && AtotfTfy'- H; 1# THE CONSCIENCE OF A PEOPLE WHENEVER KINGS AND PRINCES IN THE BIBLE SEEMED TO DEVIATE FROM TVIE TRUE PATT-l OF UPRIGHTNESS AS PRESCRIBED BY MOSAIC LAW, INVARIABLY A PROPHET WOULD COME CHARGING FROM THE MILLS, OR FROM "THE FAR-FLUNG REACHES OF THE WILDERNESS, TO REMONSTRATE AND AWAKEN THEM TO THEIR SACRED OBLIGATION TO THEIR CREATOR.'THUS 5AITH THE LORD,'' RANG THROUGH PALACE, COURTYARD, AND TEMPLE TO SEND CHILLS OF APPREHENSION THROUGH ALL WITHIN HEARING DISTANCE. SAUL WAS BEDEVILED BY AN IN FURIATED SAMUEL, KING DAVID WAS ADMONISHED BY A STERN NATHAN, AND JEZEBEL AND AHAB FOREBODINGLY THREATENED BY A WRATHFUL ELIJAH. NO MATTER HOW MIGHTY A KING, JUST LET HIM GET OUT OF LINE AND AN OUTSPOKEN PROPHET WOULD APPEAR ON THE SCENE TO BLAST HIS SELF-SATISFACTION I THEY WERE TRUD/ 'THE CONSCIENCE OF THE PEOPLE!'' HEAR, NOW THE WORD OP THE &ORD, YE VIPERS AND ABOMINATIONS TO THE MOST HIGH.' " r @> SVE THIS FOR YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAPBOOK SPONSORS OF THIS PAGE URGE YOU TO ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY BEULAVILLE ANTIQUE & FURNITURE CO. Orzo Thigpen Hwy. 24-E, Beulavllle 298-3476 BEULAVILLE GARMENT COMPANY INC. i ' CAROLINA MOBILE HOMES Beulaville, N.C. 298-4447 EAST COAST OPTICAL CO. ? . Worthington Building, N. Main Street, Kenansville Complete Eye Glass Service 296-1782 HOLMES'JEWELERS Front Street. Kenansville All Occasion, Plaques,, Jewelry and Repair Needs 296-1443 JACKSON'S IGA STORES Beulaville - Kenansville - Pink Hill Jimmy Jackson & Employees WHALEY'S AUTO & WRECKER SERVICE Beulaville 298-3844 GUARDIAN CARE OF KENANSVILLE All Employees i Kenansville 296-1561 UNITED CAROLINA BANK Of Kenansville "Our Bank is Built on People" Main Street , 296-0134 z JONES FOOD STORE, INC. rS Kenneth Jones L/ Beulaville ft 1 KENANSVILLE DRUG STORE & p FAISON PHARMACY ti Doc Brinson, Earl Hatcher, Julie Lane I NEW W.H. JONES CO., INC. * Pink Hill 568-3171 I QUICK SALES S Pink Hill fp 568-4450 |j L WEST AUTO PARTS CO. P Warsaw - Kenansville - Beulaville p WHALEY SUPER MARKET t Beulaville eg Monk Whaley t BRATCHER REFRIGERATION 0 Refrigeration & Major Appliance Repair eg 298-4090 fp y THE GRAHAM HOUSE INN p For Fine Lunches & Dinner j-g Chef John Ramirez & Family eg Corner Main & Cooper Streets Kenansville 296-1122 ^ BEULAVILLE TIRE COMPANY t & WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE fp Douglas, Brldgestone & Multi-mile Tires jj and Retreads rp Hwy 24-W, Beulaville * 298-4662 lis c3

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