0. E. S. Meeting
A regular meeting of the Eastern
Star was held at the Pleasant Hill
' Lodge Thursday night v Supper was
served before the meeting which
began at 8 o'clock. On the refresh
ment committee were Mesdames
Ike Stroud, Faison Turner,,' Jack
Albright and Mr. and Mrs. Seth
Three candidates were initiated.
Mrs. Ruth Stroud is Worthy Matron
of the Chapter.
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Bible School Picnic
A large crowd attended the pic
nic supper concluding the Bible
School activities which was held
at the Emma Webb Playground in
Kinston Friday afternoon.
Mr. JVF. Williamson was nonor
ed on his birthday when Mrs.. Wil
liamson entertained at dinner at
their home here Sunday. About
20 guests were present.
Mrs, H. G. Tyndall was hostess
to her bridge club and an extra
table at her home here Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. D. W. RuCfin won
high for members while Mrs. Jones
Smith scored low and Mrs. J. A.
Turner second. Mrs. J. S. Albright
and Mrs. Matt Burke were high
and low scorers for visitors. Re
freshments were served.
H. D. Club Meeting
A regular meeting of the Grady
Home Demonstration Club was held
at the home of Mrs. Stacy Cbest
iiull Monday afternoon.. Miss Hilda
Clontz gave a demonstration on
"The Use of Yellow Foods in. the
Diet." Mrs. J .1. Smith gave some
notes on gardening. The hostess
served a congealed salad course.
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Mrs. Liston Shepard is critically
ill at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Jim Atkins at Sarecla.
Miss Dorothy Oates
Wed To Mr. Lef ler
Miss Dorothy Gray Oates of Ral
eigh and Seven Springs, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Oates
of Seven Springs, was married on
Saturday evening to Deward F. Lef
ler, son of Mrs. R. H. Lefler of Al
bemarle and the late Mr. Lefler, in
a ceremony held in the Hayes Bar
ton Methodist Church, Raleigh. The
Rev. W. Stanley Potter, pastor, offi
ciated. The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her uncle, P. H. Williams
of Newport News, Va. wore a bridal
gown of white satin fashioned With
a sweetheart neckline and ornament
ed with seed pearls. A bandeau of
seed pearls, holding a veil of Illu
sion, formed her headdress. She
carried a prayer book topped with
a white orchid and showered with
Miss Vicky Manning of Goldshoro
the maid of honor, wore a pink off
shoulder vel-ray-dot gown, with a
bouffant skirt, fashioned with a
bustle effect. She wore matching
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bandeau and mitts and carried a
colonial bouquet of mixed summer
The bridesmaids were Jean Mew
born of Savannah, Ga.; Juanita
Williams of Newport News, Va.;
and Virginia Casey of Kinston.
Their gowns of Nile green were
fashioned identical with that worn
by the maid of honor. They also
carried colonial bouquets of mixed
Clair Roberts of Greensboro was
best man, and the ushers were Wal
ter Clark of Greensboro, Joe Atkin
son of Edinburgh; Texas, and Ben
Erdman of Fayetteville.
A program of nuptial music was
given by Mrs. Alton Tripp, organ
ist, and Herbert Carson of Char
Mrs. Oates, mother of the bride,
wore an aqua gown trimmed with
gold sequins and a corsage of mix
ed summer flowers.
Mrs. Lefler, mother of the groom,
wore a pink gown and a corsage of
mixed summer flowers.
Immediately following the cere
mony the bride's parents entertain
ed at a reception at Daniels House.
After the reception the bridal cou
ple left for a wedding trip to the
mountains of Western North Caro- I
Mrs. Lefler was graduated from
the Seven Springs sc;iools and from
the Rex Hospital School of Nurs
ing. Since becoming a RN she has
been a member of the Rex Hospital
Mr. Lefler is a graduate of the
Albamarle Schools and was gradu
ated from Stale College, receiving
his B. S. degree in mechanical en
gineering in the class of 1948. He
is a veteran of World War II.
Upon their return they will make
their home, temporarily, in Fort
Wayne, Ind., where Mr. Lefler will
be connected vith Ihe General El
Kinston were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Z. M. Williams Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sandlin of
Burlington were guests of Mr. and '
Mrs. Jones Smith Surtday. I
Attending a Grand Chapter of
the Eastern Star meeting in Ashe
ville recently were Mesdames J. L.
Johnson, Faison Turner, Ike Stroud
Joe and Louis Westbrook and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Southerland
and Mrs. Nora Smith of Beulavllle
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Wil
liams Sunday. -
Several from the community at
tended the Lefler-Oates wedding
in Raleigh Saturday night.
The 60th Wedding Anniversary,
and open house to friends and rel
atives will be held by Mr. and Mrs.
James Franklin Mercer on Satur
day, the twenty-sixth of June from
two until five oclock in the after
noon, Beulaville North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Burroughs
and sons of Charlotte are expeoted
this week end to spend some time
with Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Jt. F. Shepherd of
Iiiway 11 - Pink Hill, N. C.
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The Penny Branch club held their
monthly meeting at the club house
Wednesday afternoon, June 16 with
Mesdames Kenneth Fussell and
J. B. Brock as hostesses. The meet
ing was called to order by"Mrs. J.
B. Torrans with song and club col
lect. Minutes were read by Mrs.
Touchberry and the roll was called
with nine present.
General discussions followed on
Home Dairy, House Furnishings,
etc. Miss Clontz gave hints on
both as she recently saw demon
strations on these in Washington.
Mrs. David Carlton gave a fine
article on Family Life, and Miss
Clontz demonstrated the art of
cooking squash souffle.
Mrs. Wade Carlton, recreatior.
leader, presented an interesting
contest. The hostesses served a
course of plate sandwiches, cook
ies, potato chips and punch.
Mrs. Shepherd Dies
Mrs. Myrtie Smith Shepherd, 70,
widow of the late Liston L. Sher.
lierd died at her home in the Sa-
recta Community Monday morning
after a short illness. Funeral SAP.
vices were held Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the graveside
in Fairvlew Cemetery in Kinston
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by Rev. R. C. Goodchild, pastor of
the Pink Hill Methodist Church.
She Is survived by four daughters
Mrs. J. H. Atkinson, Mrs. W. R.
Atkinson, Mrs. H. B. Atkinson, all
of the home comjaunity and Mrs.
E. S. Howard of Pink Hill; 11 grand
children; one sister, Mrs. Bert
Smith of Pink Hill; two half sisters,
Mrs. Scott Herring and Mrs. Kitty
Noecker, both of Pink Hill; three
half-brothers, Sam and John Smith,
both of Pink Hill and Tom Smith
of Trenton; one nephew, Pressley
Smith of Richmond, Va.; and one
niece, Mrs. Eunice Grady, also of
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Miss Viola Titus, blind case wor
ker for Duplin County, and Mist
Eunice Southerland of Goldsboro
visited the Welfare Office Tuesday.
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