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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, September 08, 1983, Image 10

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Deaths ft Funerals LEVI W. DUFF WALLACE L^vi William Duff, 85, died Sunday. Arrangements by Edgerton Funeral Home. WALTER HOPKINS WARSAW Walter Hop kins, 57, died Tuesday. Graveside service. Devo tional Gardens. Surviving: daughter. Pat Miriello of Raleigh; sons, Duke Hopkins and Donald Hopkins, both of Warsaw. Johnny Hopkins of Missis sippi; sisters, Dorothy Knowles and Esther Boyette, both of Warsaw, Edith Man willer of Pinehurst; five grandchildren. Duplin School Menus Sept. 12-16 In addition to assorted cereals, juice or fruit and milk, the following will be served: Mnn. - cheese toast Tue. ? apple cinnamon muffin Wed, - ham biscuit Thur. - buttered toast Fri. - bran muffin Lunch Mon. - sloppy joe sand wich or chicken with angel biscuit and honeybutter. french fries or green limas, tomato on lettuce, fruit whip of peaches Tue. - cheeseburger or beefaroni with batter bread, green beans or broccoli, tater tots, pears or mixed fruit Wed. - burrito or ham burger steak with french bread, baked potato or corn on the cob, tossed salad, applesauce of fruited gelatin, vanilla pudding Thur. - hot dog or bar becued chicken with toll, cheesy potatoes or green peas, coleslaw, assorted fruit, ice cream or jello Fri. - surfburger or meat loaf with cornbread, potato rounds or steamed cabbage, baked beans, banana pudding or cherry crisp Each lunch is served with a choice of lowfat chocolate or plain milk. CARD OF THANKS My family and 1 would like to express our deepest grati tude to Dr. Mure and all the personnel and staff of Duplin General Hospital for the kindness and care they gave me during my recent short stay there. Also, we really appreciate all the visits, calls, cards and prayers of my thoughtful friends and family. God bless you all. Jimmy 0. Summerlin KrnansvlUe I Duplin Hospital Admissions August 26 - Gordon Miller and Lummie L. Penny of Beulaville, Sandra C. Beamer of Warsaw, Lloyd Cole of Beulaville, Carl E. Heath of Wallace, Bryant Moore of Magnolia, Marie J. Basden & Baby Girl of Pink Hill Aug. 27 - Timothy M. Dunn of Warsaw. Mary E. Young of Teachey. Wilma F. Barnette of Magnolia, Annie H. Rice of Rose Hill. Simp son Howard of Beulaville Aug. 28 - John William Albertson of Chinquapin, Bryan 0. Dixon of Wallace, Daisy H. Nethercutt of Beu laville, Brantley Rowe R. Miller of Pink Hill. Syjvia D. Miller of Kenansville. Joseph Sanderson of Faison Lois K. Murphy of Rose Hill, Ivey D. Williams of Warsaw. Margaret M. Price of Pink Hill. Daisy H. Nethercutt of Beulaville, Brantley R. Miller of' Pink Hill. Sylvia D. Winters of Kenansville. Joseph Sander son of Faison Aug. 30 - William A. Guy of Beulaville. Dennis Gur ganus of Richlands. Chris tana R. Lewis of Warsaw Aug. 31 - Wanda Dean Brown of Beulaville. Vemie O. Rider of kenansville, Frances V. Beck of Kinston, Clarence A. Williams of Warsaw. Rededita Morrisey of Wallace, Bobby L. Mc Kenzie of Teachey, Hosea E. Horne Sr. of Richlands Duplin General Hospital is accredited by Joint Com mission on Accreditation of Hospitals. MARGARET O. DA1L KENANSV1LLE - Mrs. Margaret Ormond Dail, 79, died Friday. Graveside ser vice, Golden Grove Ceme tery. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Ann Craft of Kenans ville, Mrs. Margaretta Wright of Cleveland, Ohio; sister. Mrs. Gladys O. Ed wards of Kinston; six grand children; four great-grand children. HARRY L. BROWN WALLACE - Harry Lee Brown, 55, died Sunday. Funeral, Edgerton Funeral Home. Burial, Golden Grove Cemetery, Kenan^ville. Surviving: daughter, Miss Joy Brown of Fore Seville, Md.; son. Reed Brown of Forest,ville, Md.; sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Kittredge of Forestville, Md., Mrs. Bonnie Moore, Mrs. Wilma Rye and Mrs. Edna Wil liams, all of Goldsboro; brother, Graham B. Brown of Wallace. KEITH G. SLOAN CALYPSO - Keith Gordon Sloan, 93. died Wednesday. Funeral, Tyndall Funeral Home. Mount Olive. Burial, Wayne Memorial Park. Surviving: sons, Mejvin G. Sloan of Winston-Salem, Er win G. Sloan of Warsaw, Keith G. Sloan Jr. of Golds boro, Ruben C. Sloan of Kinston, Daniel Sloan of Inverness, Fla.; daughters, Mrs. Edna Davis of Calypso, Mrs. Thelma Boone of Vir 1 ginia Beach, Va.; 23 grand children: 22 great-grand children. MINNIE A. FUTRELL ROSE HILL - Mrs. Minnie Lou Andrews Futrell. 61. died Thursday. Memorial service, Riverview Mauso leum Chapel. Surviving: husband, Rich ard Lee Futrell; daughters, Mrs. Joann Naylor of Kin ston, Mrs. Jeanette Adams of Wallace: son, John Wil liam Bailey Futrell ot the home; sister, Mrs. Carol Jean Winsette of Dunn; four ' grandchildren. GENEVIEVE R. TUCKER WARSAW Mrs. Gene vieve "Jinx" Royal Tucker, 55, died Thursday. Funeral, Magnolia Baptist Church. Burial, Devotional Gardens. Surviving: husband, Paul E. Tucker: sons, Matthew W. Tucker of Fayett^ville, Julius Neal Tucker of Cary; sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Spell of Clinton; brothers, Elijah Rov?l. Roland Royal and Vernon Royal, all of Clinton. P^'-ton Royal of Cfarkton, Brunell Royal of Saint Pauls, Gibson Royal of Butner; a granddaughter. FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS... Contact James Herring 506 S. Center St. Warsaw Ph. 293-3336 COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE Life - Accident - Hospitalization Cancer Morteae. - Retirement - Annuities - Educational ? \1edican Supplements SPECIALIZING IN FINAL EXPENSE PLANS FOR AGES 0-85 V? Smm \mm FUNERAL] SERVICE PLAN helps you or your family plan in advance before... the need arrives. GUARD AGAINST INFLATION COVERAGE FROM '500-*5,000 AGE 0-90 NO MEDICAL EXAM REQUIRED-GUARANTEED PLAN AVAILABLE Get Security I Peace of Mind Everyone needs additionol money to cover funeral ond other final expenses cost For more details on the low cost cash burial plan. No Obllgatlon-Concer I other Insurance plans available... CALL OR WRITE: TYNDALL FUNERAL HOME INC. 1005 North Church St. Opal Smith 658-4811 or 658-3303 CLIP AND MAIL SM 4246 NAME ADDRESS PH. NO ^^1 ^ ^Complete Tire Service ?\\ . . .Farm Bureau Service tenter ? Wheel Balancing ? OH Changes ? Lubrication is i? # ^ # ON THE FARM SERVICE 'Mooni " Quality' We Sell More Then Just Tires . ?u?? CHiCK U$ OUT 11 Odell Hill Faim Supply, Inc. 568-4410 z Our 10th Anniversary Celebration : Sept. 10th : The Lighthouse Christian Bookstore 1 will be open 9 am - 6 pm free gilt lor everyone Register for genuine leather Bible Baulavilla B.J. Smith author of Divorced' will be here Sat.. Sept. 10 from 3 til 6 fiicft AfatfTfy m) 1 ??] lm"+< IHO MM* KM. D....*?.tdb, l?o?.-?l?? * 0 lo. U* N ? IOM0 (MM* *????*? WHO ***. <0. Cm?Mllo (o ?OIO IN THE KINGS NAME THE ANCIENT KINGS, AS SUCH, WERE VARIED. NEBUCHADNEZZAR OP BABYLON AND ARTAXERXES THE PERSIAN WERE EACH ?KINGS OVER KINGS* (EZRA 7*12, DAN. 2*37- II KINGS 24*17). HOWEVER, THE USUAL MONARCH OFTEN RULED ONLY ONE CITY. SOME OF THEM BEING LESS THAN THE SIZE OF A SMALL VIL LAGE BY TODAY'S STANDARDS A MAN BECAME KING OF A NATION OR CITY EITHER BY APPOINTMENT BY ONE WHO WAS HIGHER IN AUTHORITY (I SAM. 9=16,16=1,13,- II KINGS 23=30), OR BY THE POPULAR DEMAND OF THE PEO PLE (I SAM.18=S; II SAM.5M-3; I KINGS 12*20; II KINGS 23=30) OR BY USURPING A THRONE, OR BY INHERIT ANCE. THE RESTRAINTS UPON A KING WERE THE FEAR OF GOD AND MAN. THE POPULAR WILL COULD NOT BE IGNORED! HOWEVER, THE KINGS DID LEAD A SHELTERED AND LUXURIOUS LIFE. IN VIEW OF THE ROYAL DUTIES REQUIRED OF THEM, BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL,THE MORAL REQUIRE MENTS DEMANDED A HIGH MEASURE OF INTEGRITY TO RULE WELL. MANY OF THE ATTRIBUTES AND ACCOMP LISHMENTS ATTRIBUTED TO NUMEROUS RULERS WERE REALLY CARRIED OUT BY A DESIGNATED SURROGATE, WHO DID THE ACTUAL STORMING OF THE BATTLEMENT WALL, OR CHARGED FEARLESSLY INTO AN ENEMY'S CAMP ..CALL IN THE KING'S NAME!" WHILE A KING REMAINED IN T-JE LUXURIOUS TRAPPINGS OF HIS PALACE...HIS APPOINTED SURROGATE, MANY MILES AWAY, MIGHT BE WEARILY APPROACH ING A OATTLE WHERE HE IS DESTINED TO BRING...?HONOR TO THE KING'S NAME!" ? SAVE THIS POR VOUR 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, Beulaville 298-3476 BEULAVILLE GARMENT COMPANY INC. CAROLINA MOBILL HOMES Beulaville, N.C. 298-4447 EAST COAST OPTICAL CO. I Worthington Building, N. Main Street, Kenansvllle 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 Beulavilte 298-3844 UNITED CAROLINA BANK Of Kenansvllle "Our Bank is Built on People" Main Street 296-0134 I n r;??-? u 1 M n n rrr;?rn r, n n n i i r. n n r. r. ?< i. ?' n n i i n=^ JONES FOOD STORE, INC. Kenneth Jones Beulaville KENANSVILLE DRUG STORE & FAISON PHARMACY Doc Brinson, Earl Hatcher, Julie Lane NEW W.H. JONES CO., INC. Pink Hill 568-3171 QUICK SALES Pink Hill 568-4450 WEST AUTO PARTS CO. Warsaw - Kenansville - Beulaville WHALEY SUPER MARKET Beulaville Monk Whaley 1 THE GRAHAM HOUSE INN For Fine Lunches & Dinner Chef John Ramirez & Family Corner Main & Cooper Streets Kenansville 296-1122 BEULAVILLE TIRE COMPANY ] & WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE Douglas, Brldgestone & Multl-mlle Tires and Retreads Hwy. 24-W, Beulavllle 298-4662 ? n *- *? ? " " y ' r . inn r=z?rr~ ' i -m n I? ":rs

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