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- A barbecued pork and chicken
supper will be available at Unity
United Methodist Church near C.M.
Outlaw's Store, Warsaw, on Satur
? day, March 10th beginning at 5 p.m.
Plates will be S3.
Quartet At West
Duplin FWB Church
The Gethsemane Quartet will be at
r West Duplin Free Will Baptist
) Church between Kenansville and
Warsaw Sunday. They will sing in
the 10 and 11 a.m. services. The
public is invited to hear them.
Lt. Governor Candidate Vists Duplin I
Bob Jordan, Democratic candidate for Lieutenant
Governor, met with approximately 125 local supporters
during a dutch treat luncheon at The Country Squire
restaurant recently. Jordan, 50, a native of Mount
Gilead and president of Jordan Lumber and Supply Co.,
has been a member of the N.C. Senate since 1976, is a
graduate of N.C. State University, and a past
vice-president of the N.C. Young Democrats Club. He
served-15 years on the consolidated UNC board and is
currently cnairman ui mc ua:?c uuugd wuiuihicv m mC ?
N.C. Senate. Jordan called the Lt. Governor's job "The
second most important job in North Carolina." He said ?
that not even the Governor is more important when it
comes to the Senate's deliberations where the
lieutenant governor presides. Shown, left to right, are
Representative Wendell Murphy of Rose Hill, Jordan,
State Senator Harold Hardison of Deep Run and Duplin
Campaign Chairman R.J. Lanier Jr. of Beulaville.
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CIVIL WAR BUFFS
Serious recruits needed from
Duplin and Wayne Counties to
participate in battle re-enact
ments and living history pro
grams. Regiment now forming.
For details call 293-7062 or write
P.O. Box 603, Pikeville, NC
March Is Red Cross Month
March is Red Cross Month, and
the Duplin. County Chapter of the
American Red Cross began its 1984
fund campaign on Thursday, March
1, according to George Garner Jr.,
campaign manager. He is being
assisted by Mrs. N.B. Boney, secre
tary of the chapter.
For the past 10 years, the Duplin
County chapter has held its annual
campaign in the fall, but it was not in
line with the other chapters in
America, so they had been asked to
change back to the spring campaign.
They urgently appeal to the public to
cooperate with this change.
Volunteers working so far include
Mrs. Coolidge Turner of Albertson,
Mrs. S.A. Blizzard and Charlie j
Chasten of Beulaville, Mrs. Willie
Bowden of Bowden, Mrs. Walter
Rhodes of Cabin, Mrs. Ralph B.
Hunter of Cedar Fork, Mrs. John
Miller of Hallsville, Mrs. N.T.
Pickett of Magnolia, Mrs. Deuland
Sholar of Pinhook, Mrs. Carey A.
Williams of Sarecta, Mrs. Wilton
Smith of Smiths, Mrs. George A.
Maye and Sherlyn Clark of Warsaw, 1
Mrs. E.D. Wells of Teachey, and
Mrs. N.B. Boney and Mrs. Judson
Middleton of Kenansville.
Other volunteers are needed and
will be announced later. The goal
this year is approximately $6,000.
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results at a
fraction of the cost.
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I Avery Furniture
Mrs. W.J. Miller, Julia Grace
Pickett, Mrs. Jim Albertson and
Mrs. Bland Rhodes were in Kinston
James Whaley visited his wife
several evenings in Lenoir Memorial
Hospital in Kinston during the past
Martha Brown and Marcie Pickett
visited their mother, Maydell
Whaley in LMH in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Herring
were in Goldsboro Wednesday. On
Thursday, Mrs. Herring and
Stephen and Mrs. W.V. Oxley were
back in Goldsboro for Stephen
Wyatt's first medical appointment.
Mrs. Jimmy Kennedy and chil
I dren of Charlotte spent the weekend
with her father, grandmother, Hazel
Campbell and aunt, Vallie Oxley.
Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Oxley, Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Herring
and Stephen Wyatt spent the
weekend with Mrs. W.V. Oxley Sr.
in Beckley, W.Va. They left early
Friday and returned Sunday.
Laura Ellen Williams, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Surray Williams of
Route 1, Beulaville, qualified for the
fall semester deans list at UNC ?
Greensboro. She is a senior majoring
in English and completed 21 semes
ter hours with a 4.0 grade average.
She is a Reynolds Scholar.
Mrs. Betty Jean Cottle and Mrs.
Eleanor Carlin, Jim Letterman and
Scott Whitfield of Goldsboro honored
Mrs. Norman Sandlin Sr. on Valen
tine's Day. Other members of the
family joined them and they enjoyed
a family get-together with refresh
Mrs. Evelyn Gore is a patient in
Wilson Memorial Hospital in Wilson
where she underwent surgery
Craven Memorial Hospital in New
Bern, after breaking her shoulder in
Effie Mercer is in Lenoir Memorial
Hospital in Kinston.
Friends are sorry to learn that
Gladys Lewis, sister of Mrs. Paul
Jarrell and Hazel Campbell of here,
is seriously ill in Virginia.
Sandy Plain Senior Citizens
The Sandy Plain Senior citizens
will hold their March meeting
Saturday at 6 p.m. in the educational
building of the church. Members are
asked to bring a oicnic basket of
food. The program will be in charge
of the Rev. Sadie Ball and the Victor
The group will participate in a
dutch supper at Turner's Family
Restaurant in Pink Hill on Tuesday,
March 13. Let Mrs. Bostic know by
Saturday if you plan to go.
Mr. and Mrs. Lvnn Moblev of
Beulaville announce the birth of a
daughter, Brittany Robin, on Mon
day, Feb. 20, 1984, in Lenoir
Memorial Hospital in Kinston. Mrs.
Mobley is the former Ginger R.
Whaley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Monk Whaley of Beulaville. Mr.
Mobley is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Mobley of the Lyman area.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bostic of
Beulaville announce the birth of their
son in Lenoir Memorial Hospital in
Kinston, Robert Keith, on Monday,
Feb. 20, 1984. Mrs. Bostic is the
former Elizabeth Creech of
LaGrange, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Creech. Mr. Bostic is the son
of Mrs. Richard Bostic of Beulaville
and the late Richard Bostic.
For canasta, hearts, set back,
bridge or any other card games you
enjoy, bring your cards and join us.
Where - at the Lounge at James
Sprunt Technical College.
When ? Friday night, March 16
at 7:30 p.m.
The Duplin General Hospital
Auxiliary is planning a festive
evening for you. Goodies will be
served and prizes will be awarded.
Tickets are $2.50 per person. All
proceeds go toward buying equip
ment for the hospital.
The Auxiliary ladies are planning
a gala affair, and those who have
attended this annual event know how
they can cook.
The Savings Are Yours
Margaret Hunter is a patient in
^ March l*$4
WE RECENTLY DELIVERED HUNDREDS OF SUPER SAVINGS
COUPON BOOKS TO HOMES IN OUR COMMUNITY. BE
H SURE TO SEE ALL THE OUTSTANDING VALUES IN THIS
LITTLE BOOK OF GIANT SAVINGS.
Be sure to register
for one of
eight Fabulous Shopping
Sprees to be given on
?I April 15,1984.
SEE BOOK FOR DETAILS AND REGISTRATION BLANK.
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