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Gloria Brown, worthy matron, and
Gene Brown, worthy patron, were in
their respective stations on Feb. 28
when Kenansville Chapter #215,
Order of the Eastern Star met for its
i bimonthly meeting. An impressive
Initiatory ceremony highlighted the
meeting. Marjorie Blalock was wel
comed as a new member. At the next
stated meeting March 13, the
annual election of officers will be
held. All members are urged to keep
/ that date in mind. Prior to the closing
ceremony, four visitors from the
Warsaw chapter were given special
recognition. A social hour followed
when lime punch and assorted
goodies were enjoyed by the 21
Pearl McGowen was official
hostess in the home of Carolyn Hall
Tuesday night when the Kenansville
Kontract Klub enjoyed its bimonthly
games. High score for the three
progressions was won by Virginia
Penney. For refreshments, the
players enjoyed vanilla ice cream,
chocolate cake, toasted pecans and
coffee or lime punch.
Penny Tart of Youngsville visited
Mrs. Sheldon Swann the Dast week
end. They were in Harrells Saturday
for the chicken and pastry supper at
Centenary United Methodist
Recent guests of the Amos Brin
Playmakers Announce Cast
Auditions for the Duplin Play
makers production of Robert Pat
rick's "My Cup Ranneth Over" were
held recently at the Kenansville
Elementary School. Director Maggie
Ammar announced the actresses
Pam Pope, a homemaker from
Warsaw, has been cast as Yucca.
This will not be Pam's first time on
stage as she has loved the theater
since her college days at Western
Carolina and has been a member of
Community Theater groups in
Chapel Hill, Asheville and Flat Rock,
and also appeared in the production
of "6 Rooms ReVu" in Kenansville.
Martha Sumner has been cast as
Paula. Martha is a Pink Hill home
maker and mother to two children,
who has had theatrical experience in
musicals produced by her church,
Fotter's Hill Christian Advent.
"My Cup Ranneth Over" is a
delightful one-act play which is full
of verbal jokes which emerge out of
the characters and situations. Yucca,
a country singer, achieves success
which, to her total surprise, causes
her roommate Paula, who is strug
gling to be recognized as a writer, to
experience, to her surprise, as well,
pangs of jealousy,
The production will be held on
April 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. at the
Kenansville Elementary School.
Tickets will go on sale the week of
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hollard
of Route 2, Warsaw, announce the
birth of a daughter, Courtney Leigh,
on Sunday, February 26, 1984, at
Wavne Memorial Hospital. Mrs.
Holland is the former Rachel Potter.
The maternal grandmother is Mrs.
Ada Potter of Kenansville. The
paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. O.L. Holland of Warsaw.
sons were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peters of Northeasttown, Mass., Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Stamper of
Greensboro, Mrs. Bob Kelly of
Winston-Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Kornegay of Albert son, Mr.
and Mrs. The! Overman of Wallace,
and the Loney Laniers of Rose Hill.
Mrs. Nadine Blanton of Candor
was here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Brinson during the
Mrs. Ralph Brown spent last week
with her brother, Charles Stephens
Jr. in Richmond, Va., who was an
operative patient. Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Stephens carried her there and Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Brown went back for
her several days later.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ingram visited
her sister, Mrs. Wharton in Golds
Mr. and Mrs. David Norton
Canady of Fayetteville and Mo.
Elizabeth Allen of Raleigh havn been
visiting Mrs. Faison McGowen.
Mrs. Gordon JCornegay Spent
several days in Mount Olive with her
sister, Mrs. Louise Bullock, last
Sheila McKay, Barbara McKay
and Denize Garner went to the Home
and Garden Show in Raleigh last
Mrs. McNair Johnson of Willard
visited Mrs. O.P. Johnson Friday.
Tom Fife made a business trip to
South Carolina during the weekend.
The S.B. McGowans of Columbia,
S.C. spent the weekend with his
mother, Mrs. E.S. McGowan. They
attended the wedding of a cousin in
Falling Creek Saturday.
Mr. knd Mrs. Ronnie James and
daughters visited relatives in Green
ville during the weekend.
Village Duplicate Bridge Club
The Village Duplicate Bridge Club
played its regularly scheduled game
Wednesday, Feb. 29. The winners
were: First ? Marty Toal of Wallace
and Lee Allred of Rose Hill; Second -
Emma Cavenaugh and Ed Wells of
Wallace; Third - Blanche Shipp of
Gin ton and Poney Quinn of Beula
All bridge players are invited to
play duplicate bridge every Wed
nesdat at 10 a.m. at the Rose Hill
Restaurant. To arrange partner
ships, call Fran Beyer at 296-0452 01^
Lee Allred at 289-2855. 9
Marriage Licenses For February
Marriage licenses issued by the
Register of Deeds for the month
ending Feb. 29, include:
Charles Rei Todd Jr. of Warsaw
and Pamela Lynn Herring of
Warsaw; Jeffrey Dennis Wainwright
of Willard and Karen Ann Carter of
Wallace; Jerry Nicholas Dempsey of
Teachey and Susan Ann Wells of
Wilmington; Earl Louise Darden of
Faison and Janice Marie Whitfield of
Faison; Charlie Junior Smith of
Wallace and Clintona Denise
Thomas of Wallace; Benjamin
Herman Eason of Warsaw and Debra
Kay Brookshire Parrish of Warsaw;
Evan LaVar Jones of Cameron and
Evelyn Faye Duff of Warsaw;
Marion Craig Langley of Mount
Olive and Sue Deanee Burroughs of
Mount Olive; Ronald David Wurtz of
Willard and Julia Marie Piner Bostic
of Willard; Horace Vernon Pigford
Sr. of Willard and Arbutus Williams
Heath of Kenansville; Wayne Stew
ard Banks of Rolse Hill and Joan Grey
Lanier Rivenbark of Warsaw; Billy
Grey Harrell of Beulaville and Rita
Sue Bell Sanderson of Beulaville;
Joseph Michael Webster of Kenans
ville and Cynthia Faye Battle of
Warsaw; John Raymond Ryan of
Rose Hill and Janet Gurganious
Meeks of Rose Hill; Douglas Nor
man Whitfield of Calypso and Edna
Louise Dixon of Magnolia; Charles
Keith Williams of Mount Olive and
Vickie Rose Malpass of Faison.
GROCERY STORE LIQUIDATION
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 16th day
of March, 1984, at 12:00 o'clock Noon, the
undersigned shall sell at Public Sale, without
reserve, on the premises, all inventory and
equipment located at 107 West Colleges
Street, Warsaw, North Carolina (formerly
Paul's Food Mart).
The above described security shall be sold
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SUDjeCI IO laxes anu speuiai auaeaainoiiio, II
any be so owing.
The terms of said sale shall require that a
cash deposit in the amount of Ten Percent
(10%) of the successful bid be deposited witf^ I
the undersigned with the balance to be paicP
within 30 days. Edgar A. Holt, III
Branch Banking and Trust Company
Warsaw, North Carolina
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Bordeaux
of Kenansville cemebrated their 25th
anniversary February 19 while
married on Feb. 12. The reception
was given by their daughters,
Juanita Marie Lanier of Wilmineton
and Alma Ann Bordeaux of Kenans
ville. Relatives and friends were
invited and served with punch, cake
and hors d'oeuvres.
Floyd is a chief cook-jail super?
visor at the Duplin County sheriffs
Department in Kenansville, having
been there for 10 years. He is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Monroe Bordeaux of Bladen County.
Mattie is a ward secretary at Duplin
General Hospital, having been there
for nine years. She was from the
Garland area and the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith of
Geraldine Tucker, retiring
moderator of Wilmington Presby
tery, led the morning worship ser
vice at the 321st stated meeting of
Presbytery on Feb. 25. This meeting
was held at the First Presbyterian
Church in Jacksonvill^./
Mrs. Tucker is atf rtder from the
The Rev. Ben Gufley from Chad
pourn was elected moderator of this
meeting and Mrs. Louise Mitchell,
elder from the Grove Presbyterian
Church, is a nominee for the
December Presbytery meeting.
King To Perform
At Grove Church
Charles King, classical guitarist,
will appear at 7:30 p.m. on March 15
in Grove Presbyterian Church in
King is the visiting artist at Anson
Technical College in Wadesboro. His
performance is sponsored by James
Sprunt Technical College as part of
the visiting artist program.
Whether you are an aficionado of
classical guitar music or have never
heard it before, you won't want to
miss this opportunity.
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