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Miss Margaret Btall Jonoi, dau
ghter of Mrs. VTllliam B. Jonea and
the late Mr. Jonas of Wallace,
whose mgageraeiit was made
known Sfenday ot Samuel McPheet-
ers Gltttsaov, son of the lmU Ite.
and M. Sebort Glasgow of Char
lotte. Tk marriage will take piaee
09 June 17 at Mbntreat.
Society and Personals
The following announcement has
been received in Kenansville:
Mrs. Laurine Thorntoa Lassiter
announces the marriage of her dau
ghter, Martha Lec, to Mr. John
Marshall Brock, Jr., on Suntfey the
sixth of June, nineteen hundred
and forty-eight at Bailey, N. 8.
Mr. Brock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Brock, formerly lived in Kenansville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stroud an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Thursday, June 3, at Memorial
General Hospital, Kinston. Mrs.
Stroud is the former Miss Celia
Merger of BeulaviSe and Kenans
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newman of
Goldsboro, formerly of Seven
Springs, announce ihe birth of a
sor, on Wednesday, June 2, at
Goldsboro Hospital. Mrs. Newman
is the former Nettie Byrd of Calypso.
Mrs E. A. Newton entertained
the members of the BMG sewing
club Tuesday night in lmr home.
Attractive arrangements of summer
flowers were usaed for decoration.
Mesdames Bess Hines, C. J. Mur-
phy and Miss Lula Hlnson were ad
ditional guests. After the regular
sewing bee a social hour was en
joyed at which time the hostess
served pineappl; shortcake and
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On Monday evening Mrs. M. F.
Allen, Jr., was hostess to the mem
bers of her bridge elub with all
members present except one whose
place was filled by Mrs. Emory
Sadler. Arrangements of gardenia
and lillics were used for decoration.
The hofitcp? served tempting sand
Vvtshes, cookies and coca colas. At
the conclusion of play Mrs. D. H.
McKay was awarded .high tcore
prize for members and Mrs. Sadler
was also remembened wtth a gift.
Mrs. D. H McKay and JJiss Mar
tha Pickett made a busthess trip
to Durham Tuesday.
Shirley Tyndall and Betty Whit
field spent j& week end with Theo
Holllngsworth. They enjoyed a
weiner roast at Hallsville Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williamson
of Richmond. Va. visited Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Williamson several days
this we -fc.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson vis
ited in Burgaw and Atkinsoa on
Sunday and Mrs. Sarah Crosm vis
ited her lister near BurMar.
Mi. md ma S. Qsady and
Mr, Bd orwtt arp-p. BMgaw
Mrs. H. W. Sfe.otBatt spent Wed
nesday night wKn lit. sad Mrs. X
S. Grady. She was aesitmpanled
to her home in Bich Scfnars by Jte-
becca Grady o stayed lor a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williamson and
daughter spent Sunday In ack-
son wftk Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Will
iamson. . - , . . '-'r
I..ui..iy, June 7. His tuUier, l.cn.
John Cline of Carthage, received
his PHD degree in English litera
ture at these exercises. Mr. Cllne
remained throughout the week te
attend . the Convocation services
which were held at Duke. '
- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Taylor left
Tuesday to be away for the sum'
raer. Mr. Taylor will attend summer
school at Chapel Hill and Mrs. Tay
lor and young son will stay in Lil
lington with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Jones.
Mr. and Mis. Stokes Westbrook
and young son moved into their
new home on the Beulaville high
way this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Ingram moved into the house they
Janet Boney, Mrs. N. B. Boney
and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brinson
attended the Brock-Lassiter wed
ding in Bailey Sunday. It was the
wedding of Marshall Brock, Jr. who
formerly lived in Kenansville.
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Mesdames Andrew Patterson
and Walter Stroud wre hostesses
Wednesday evening of last week
to the members of the Non-Bridge
Playing Club in the home of Mrs.
Stroud. 4 tables were in play among
a setting of snapdragons and mix
el summer flowers. A beautiful ar
rangement of hydrangea in an an-1
tique pitcher was used. During
play coca colas and nuts were serv
ed and at the conclusion of play
apple pie a-Ia-mode and iced tea.
High score for rook was awarded
Mesdames J. L. Williams and A .C.
Holland; for rummy to Mrs. Betty
Whitfield; and for get-back, Mrs.
Mesdames C. J. Murphy and E.
A. Newton attended the Eastern
Star State convention in Asheville
Mrs. A. T. Outlaw and daughter
Sarah West are attending summer
school at Greensboro College for
six weeks. x
Jean and Mamie Eubanks of
Scotts Hill are spending the week
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Sykes.
Mrs. J. O. Stokes returned Mon
day from Atlanta where she visited
her sister who is ill.
Mrs. Bess Hines left Monday for
her home in Highlands, N. C. She
spent the winter with her sister,
Miss Lula Hinson.
Mrs. Flip Peele of Williamston
and Dp. Beecher Ward Sitterson
of Boston City Hospital, Boston,
are witn their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Sitterson for the week.
The Youth Fellowship group en
joyed a trip to Carolina Beach last
Wednesday. They had supper at
Trails Inn. Messrs. John M. Cline,
Norwood Boney, Jr. and Mrs. G. V.
Gooding furnished cars for ihe
Norwood Boney, Ji. and Jimmie
Jerritt left Friday for Chicago. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Jerritt took them to
Wilson to catch the through train.
Norwood plans to work in Chicago
this summer and Jimmie entered
summer school at Wisconsin Uni
versity. Timmy Outlaw. Jimmy Johnson,
Steve Oooding and Robert Frank
lin Williamson left Sunday for
Camp Tuscarora to spend six weeks
Mrs. M. F. Allen, Sr. of Wilming
ton visited in Kenansville with her
son for several days last week.
Carol Burgess is visiting rela
tives in Raleigh.
Mrs. J. L. 'Williams is spending
the week with her daughter Mrs.
Wilbur Adams at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. W. M. Pickett. Janet Boney
and Mis. N. B. Boney attended the
funeral services of Major Loftln
in Mt. Olive Friday .
Miss Jean Tyndall spent several
days tills week in Raleigh.
Mr. R. V. Wells and Mrs. Louise
Mitchell and daughter, Barbara,
spent the week end with relatives
in Moorcsville. Mrs. Daisy Craven
accompanied them and spent the
week end in Kannapolis.
Mrs. Edwin Coats of Farmvillp
visited her sister, Mrs. W. M. Pick
ett several days last week.
Mary Beth Southerland is at
tending 4-H Camp.
Mr. Hugh Sloan of Waynesville
spent several days last week with
Mr. Joe Wallace.
By NEIL BOLTON
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.on .ociUa farm families
' 11 in Hotter
this year are
Far mine ror new -
you who are enroiwu -"- -
time, we exteaa a neari
who re-enrolled, we
extend our best wishes for your
continued progress. To the agri
cultural and business leaders ser
. nirnT. nnunclls. we
Ving on cuuuij . ,
say "howdy", there is a wonderfal
opportunity for service u
i u..nA nmsnerout and satis
fying agriculture. With farm folks,
end arglcultural leaders all pulling
together, Southeastern North Caro
lina will soon be recognised as a
leader in the field of agricultural
and community development
m . mnntv,iv newsletters will
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k nn.itan thrmiehout the remain-
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der of the year. It is hoped that
i.u ,w ..riii Vioin vmi Til bcb buuio
thc,outstandlng and interesting ac
complishments Ot iarm iouui m w
13 county area. Any suggestions
that you may have or news items
of interest will be welcome. This
. nf thp coals of BFBL
councils is to see that someone
visits every family enrolled and to
1 Ua iroars pnd NOV. 1. 19-
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48) a suitable county achievement
luncheon, banquet or barbecue for
all who complete the record book.
We've gotten off to a good start
this year, let's make it a banner
year for our farms and aim toward
the highest goal of achievement
Some folks say mai nu
one o( the most progressive towns
in S. E. N. C. I won't argue the
ai( i-.rto.niv the Junior Cham-
ly win i. wi..
ber of Commerce is seeing to it
that progress is made. This year
BFBL is one of their projects as
well as the Duplla County Corn
Growing Contest. This fall they
plan a real celebration to honor
those who take part -in these two
n-ia,..,TiQ AnH thev don't do
things hak way. I know, because I
attended the strawoerry jamuv
ree which they sponsored. There
are 41 farm families enrolled In
Duplin this year as compared to 80
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