Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, September 08, 1983, Page 9, Image 9
Beulaville News Mr*. W.L. Miller Jr. and Ms of Clinton ,v*sited Mr. nd Mrs. frank Mercer. AMrs. Frank Quinn spent day with her mother, ionic James, in Lenoir Me norial Hospital in 'Kinston Saturday. ' ^W.V. Ozley Jr. and Floyd l^vis qf Clinton made a tusiness trip to Smithfield r<> hi? Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Price spent Sunday at their cottage at Topsail Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Pate made a business trio to Durham Wednesday. Mrs. Mike Price and chil dren and Mrs. fcmmett Wick line made a business trip to Kinston Wednesday. Mrs. Warren Kennedy of Grifton visited Mrs. J.S. Sandlin Friday with her granddaughter, Terry Lynn. Terry Lynn lives in Rocky Mount. Area college students who returned to school during the past week at Campbell Col lege at Buies Creek include Darlene Hunter, Lynette Maready, Gina Lanier, Renee Blizzard and Debra Strickland. Mrs. Adonis C. Quinn and Rita made a business trip to Kinston Thursday. Kathleen Whaley ^visited her sister, Zannie Mae Smith, in Pitt Memorial in Greeqville Friday. Jerry Cottle of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray bourn Kennedy, Bilbro Bostic and Ruby Brinson and Mary Love while in Beula ville Friday. Rev. Michael Howard visited Tomipy Griffin in Pitt Memorial Saturday. Brown Kennedy and Rev. Garland Foushee visited Haywood Kennedy .in Veterans Hospital in Durham Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cottle of Raleigh spent the weekend with Mrs. Shelton Cottle. They also .visited Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cottle. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ed wards, their children and grandchildren spent the weekend at the Miller cottage at Topsail. Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ed wards of Richlands, Route 3, announce the birth of a daughter, Jill Ryn, in Onslow , Memorial Hospital in Jack soqvtlle on Wednesday, Aug. 10. 1983. Mrs. Edwards is the former Karen Cowan, daughter of Waitus and Lil lian Cowan of Route 2, Beulaville. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards of Route 3, Richlands. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cowan of Route 2, Beulaville, and Mrs. and Mrs. Leonard Lanier of Chinquapin, and Mrs. Glennie Houston of Route 1, Pink Hill. i Mrs. Emery Campbell en tertained rest home patients for lunch on Thursday. At tending were Mary Howard, Marearett Fuller and Julius Wells. Gladys Lewis joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thomas of Port Saint Lucie, Fla, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Thomas and girls. They will also(visit other relatives while here. Mrs. Oscar Batchelor had as dinner guests Friday Tommy and Christy Hazzard of Lincoln, R.I. Saturday. Joining them were Mrs. Dolly Howard and Otis Howard. Pat Gillette, Connie San ders, and children, Greg, Bradley and Amanda of Jacksonville spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bland Rhodes. LaRue Mercer of Pink Hill joined them for the day. Tommy Griffin of Route 1, I Beul^villc, a retired fanner, was involved in an auto accident Monday. His pickup truck and an oil tanker wen involved. Griffin was taken to the emergency room of Duplin General and later transferred to Pitt Memorial in Greenville. Dorotny Sanderson _ is a patient in Lenoir Memorial in Kinston. Mrs. Orlanda Albertson is in Onslow Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville. Sandy Plain Senior Citizens The Sandy Plain Senior Citizens meeting will be held Saturday, Sept. ll) at 6 p.m. in the educational building of the church. You are asked to bring a covered dish and tea and iqvite a friend to come with you. Paul Jarrell will have charge of the devotions and the Strings of Priase will entertain. A called meeting of the bazaar committee members and others has been sche duled for Thursday at 8 p.m. Anyone who has taken an active part in past bazaars is expected' to attend. Mrs. Bostic is looking forward to bavm^^ooc^tt|ndanc^^__ mm' 0KYN1WA MITCb ^SERENDIPITY AND ME" IS BACK Cynthia is coining I " Ick, and so is Serendipity. The kids cabaret will perform t Kcnansvilie Elementary School on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at ) a.m. The Duplin County Arts Council and N.C. ' rassroots is pleased to bring Duplin County a special tildren's play, Sernedipity and Mel, a celebration of fun, ' >y, music and laughter. Cynthia Mitchell wiil bring her j ids' cabaret to Duplin County. Dealing with the sr-present problems of what shall I do when the TV reaks down, this play offers real options and possibilities ( ir children and grown-ups, too, to explore their own Mginations, creativity and resources that can bring ilfillment and excitement into their lives. Ms. Mitchell ^ists the help of Kitty Mitchell in this performance and ^^ether the two actresses communicate a message of t ppreciation of life and one's own uniqueness. 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