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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, March 08, 1984, Page 13, Image 13

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Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Whaley of Warsaw are proud to announce the engagement and plans for the forthcoming marriage of their daughtef, A Donna Leah, to Jeffrey Stewart Grady, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jack Grady of Kenansville. The wedding is planned for April 15 at three o'clock at Unity United Methodist Church, Route 2, Warsaw. Greenevers Jaycees To Be Chartered a A new Jaycee chapter has been ^ formed in the Greenevers commu nitv. A final organization meeting was held Feb. 28 when officers were delected and the date for the official Charter night was set. Officers of the Greenevers Jaycees are Hartis Stallings, president; Dwight Dixon, individual develop ment vice president; Alfred Boney, community development vice presi dent; Douglas Boney, secretary; Donald Ray Carroll, treasurer; and Jeffrey Blackman, state director. Several additional officers will be appointed by the president. Other charter members are David Beamon, Richard Brown, Wilbert Bryant, Craig Chasten, Kelvin Chasten, Ronnie Hill, James McCalop, Bur nice Matthews, Ervin Matthews, Glenn Moore, Jerome Murray, Barnabus Pearsall, Phillip Teachey and Ronald Wright. The charter night has been set for March 20. Final details are being made. N.C. Jaycees President Jim Godfrey of Southern Pines will be the speaker and present the charter. The Greenevers Jaycees were extended by the Kenansville Jaycees with assistance from District Director Ray Rhinehart of the War saw chapter. Other Jaycees chapters in Duplin County are in Wallace and at the Duplin County Correction Center near Kenansville. The Jaycees is a leadership train ing civic organization for young men between the ages of 18 and 35. If you would like to belong to the Jaycees or start a chapter in your community, contact either Woody Brinson, president of the Kenansville Jaycees, or District Director Ray Rhinehart of the Warsaw Jaycees. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Lee of Route 1, Mount Olive, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Angie Olivia Lee, to Mr. Carl Scott Rivenbark of Route 2, Mount Olive, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Carl Rivenbark. The wedding is planned for April 22 at five o'clock in Woodland United Methodist Church at Albertson. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. ^tfuneral service plan ^ CASH FOR FUNERAL AND FINAL EXPENSE PLANS In order to meet the cost of Funeral Expenses, it is necessary to have supplementary coverage. We offer this coverage through United Family Life Insurance Company. Everyone needs additional money to cover funeral and other final expenses. Some of the Benefits are as Follows: ? Life Insurance Coverage from $500.00 to $5,000.00 ? Available for the Whole Family to Age 90 ? Rates Can Never Be Increased ? Coverage Can Never Be Reduced ? Regardless Of Age ? Policies Can Never Be Cancelled by the Company ? No Medical Exam Required ? Guaranteed Plan Available "? unm.Uk mH Km*.IIHormant that rnnfrontt those T OU cannot ruaiin UIO MODI ioim auHuian ?>>u >/bf>..w?> ........ who are left behind to make the final arrangements, where no decisions were made while the family was still together. . .So, since you do care for your loved ones, don't shift your final responsibility to their shoulders when it is so easy to get all the information yourself. If you would like more details o-i this low cost Family Protection Plan ? Please call 658-2303 or fill out information below and return to us. There is NO OBLIGATION. For additional Information Call Opal Smith - 568-4245 or TYNDALL FUNERAL HOME 658-2303 or 658-4811 Name: Address: ? <iity: State: Phone No.: Number In Family: Ages:. Thank you for your intoroat Homo of Thoughtful Sorvico Since 1931 Father-Daughter 1 Day At Peace College Three Warsaw men were among 137 fathers entertained as special guests of their daughters during Peace College's Father-Daughter Dav on Feb. 11 in Raleigh. Among those participating in the pre-Valentine's Day activities were David H. Carlton and his daughter, Julie; Frank B. Moore and his daughter Karen; and Alfred L. Smith and his daughter, Kelly. Dads and daughters danced to gether at the dinner-dance, watched a Peace basketball game and were entertained by members of the sophomore class presenting "She Haw,'a skit poking fun at college life. Father-Daughter Day is an annual event sponsored by the Peace Student Government Association. Peace is a two-year women's college offering associate degrees in liberal arts, music and business. I (j}S?) Vertagreen PLUS I I Leafmaker (3-9-9) I New! Improved! Premium quality. Specifically formulated for this area. 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