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:l::ai;:;ville, ijcr.xii Carolina
Celebrates Her 82nd
Mrs. Bett Winders was honored
Sunday on her 82nd birthday at a
luncheon eiven by Mr. and Mrs
Carl Winders. The home was en-
suite for the occasion and decorated
with a profusion of summer flow-
crs. Barbecue, fried chicken, chick
en, chicken salad, potato salad, pies,
cakes and other deliacies were on
After the luncheon gifts were
presented to the honoree along
with a white birthday cake, orna
mented with pink and green. Light
ed candles spelled out the numeral
"82" and an inscription "Happy
Birthday, Ma" centered the cake.
Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Abner Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Vance
Phillip", Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Phil
lips, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Best, Mr.
ai.d Mrs. Robert Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Winders, Mesdames Jesse
Brown, Emory Garrity, Misses Eve
lyn and Marjorie Davis, Mary Bob
Winders, Agnes Turnage and Jay
passed. At the conclusion pear salad
and iced tea were served.
Mrs. Robert Lewis was hostess
Wednesday night when he enter
tained her club at her home wrth
two tables in play. Miss Mamie Be
thea won high score and low score
went to Mrs. Albert Newkirk. Mrs.
E .E. Jones won traveling prize. Po
tato straws, cold drinks and Eskimo
salad were served.
Linda Kay age 6, and Dallu
Ritter, 3, children of Mr. and Mrs.
Dallas Ritter celebrated their bir
thdays Wednesday afternoon at
their home. Games were played
after which t-vo birthday cakes
were displayed, one red and white,
and one blue and white. Ice cream,
potato chins, suckers, cake and lem
onade were served to the fifty
guests. The young honorees recei
ved a various assortment of gifts.
College students of the Be'ilavlUe
Presbyterian Church were enter
tained by the Presbyterian Women
Mrs. Ed Strickland entertained
her club Thursday afternoon at her
beautifuily decorated home. High
prize was one by Mrs. Bill Shrf
tield while Mrs. Robert "Frederick
won traveling prize. During play
cold drinks and coronets were ser
ved. Refreshments consisting of ba
nana split and cookies were served
by the hostess assisted by her mo
ther Mrs. W. B. Dickson of Green
Mrs. Ik-It orf Minshew was hostess
to her cluh Tuesday evening when
two tables were at play. Dahlias and
zinnias were used throughout the
home Mrs. Billy Whitfield received
club high and Mrs. Irene Martin re
ceived visitors high. Low score
went to Mrs. George Hopkins. Mrs.
E. E. Jones was presented a prize
for traveling. During the game nuts,
cheese wafers and drinks were
4" 2 Com Flooring, Ceiling
and Sheathl-T $15.00
4" Cnd Culer Flooring,
CeVwr - worked to
5" Roofers & Sheathing $"!2.00
2xf Dressed - Random length $52 00
Even lower prices on popular shea
thing. CASH PRICES AT OUR PLANT
Soufhmonf Mfg. Co.
Phone 210-2 Rose Hill, N. C.
Neal Mitchell, son of Mr. .ind
Mrs. N. A. Mitchell celebrated his
fifth birthday Thursday afternoon.
The table holding the white and
yellow cake was covered with a
multi-colored luncheon cloth with
matching napkii.s. Mrs. MitchelT
served ice cream, cookies, and
punch to about thirty guests.
Lee West, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. West celebrate! his fifth birth
day Wednesday. The white and blue
cake lield five blue candles. Each
Kuest received a party cap and the
boys were given toy automobiles
and the girls jack rocks as favors,
Ice cream, cake and lemonade were
served by Mrs. West.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon West and
daughters,' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ful
ton, ind Mesdames D. J. Middle-
ton and D. L. Carlton attended the
funeral of Robert James Chadwick
in Gloucester Saturday afternoon.
Mr Chadwick was an uncle of Mrs,
West and Mr. Fulford and a bro
ther of Mesdames Carlton and Mid-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Gennchl
have returned to Princeton, N. J.
after visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Wiggs for some ime.
Mr. Gennchl is a senior at West
minister Choir College.
Billy Kornegay, who has been
employed at UNC since his gradu
ation from there In June is visiting
his parents before going to Gastonia
where he will teach in the City
School for the coming year.
The Penny Branch HDC held its
annual picnic Wednesday at White
Lake. After first enjoying swim
ming a picnic lunch was sorvel to
the 40 peivons present.
It w.is agreed that this was the
most successful recreation of this
kind ever attempted by the club.
SASH, DOORS, SHEET
EOC ROCK LATH
ROCK WOOL, PLASTER,
tllUE,' CEMENT, BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TER-RA-COTTA
1ILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
OF ROLL ROOFING 5-V
ROOFDC J, BRICK
Z. J. farter & Son
. WaSaco, N. C -
Miss Alftia Sugfis of La Grange
and Mrs. Doris Peeler of Eureka
arrived Thursday to assume their
duties as teachers in the Warsaw
High School. They are making their
home with Mr. and Mrs. Graham
Mrs. Bonnie Davis of Pink Hill
has been secured to teach the 6th
grade here this year.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McGee will
again make their horn? in the Mc-
Rev. and Mrs. L. II. Dawson and
Misses Ruth and Alice Dawson of
Hertford visited Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid Chambers Wednesday.
Miss Peggy Mitchell spent the
week end with Miss Corrinne Be
thune of Clinton.
Ms. Ji nmie Kitchin and daugh
ter of Virginia Beach are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Cavenaugh.
Mrs. Bessie Eason attended the
shower given in Golusboro Thurs
day night by Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw
honoring her"daughter Roniea, who
is to be married Sept. 3 to Liston
(trice of Goldsboro.
Mrs. Glenn Rollins and children
spent Wednesday afternoon in Wal
lace with relatives.
Miss Linda Sharpe of , Lenoir
spent the week end with Judy Rol
lins. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharpe and
children of Lenoir were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Best over the
wee'x end. The Sharpes are former
ly of Warsaw.
Mrs. A, F. Sharpe of Lenoir vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe this
week end. ... .-,.. . x
Bev. and Mrs. It. L. Crossno and
son left Monday for Moyock for a
two weeks visit with relatives. V
'' Mesdames Roy Beasley, Doris
Wa'ton and Bernice Walton of Ma
sonboro ' visited Rev. and Mrs.
James Blackmore last week, - .
Mrs.. Ed Cotton cashier at the
Tioe Water Power Co. is on vaca-
JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
.INCLUDING. BED ROOM SUITES. CHAIRS, SPRINGS,
MATTRESSES, ODD TABLES MIRRORS, ' '
. -.' - DINING ROOM SUITES ,' ' ' . '
; Vi V NEW' and. USED FURNITURE '
New: and -Used Pianos ' -.
: r Cash or Credit - Small Down Payment
Miller HDC Meets
The Miller HDC held their meet
ing Wednesday night, Aug. 24 in
the home of Mrs. Flave Mercer.
Meeting was called to order by the
vice president with song after which
roll was Was called and busines
After the program given by Mes
dames Ashe Miller, Ralph Miller,
and Otis Miller, Miss Hilda Clonlz
talked on "color in the home".
Refreshments were served by
Mesdames Flave Mercer and Nor
of the Church in the school cafe
teria Friday night, Aug., 26. The
honored students were Misses Faye
Quinn and Ruth Sanderson of WC
UNC. Greensboro; .; Miss Calest
Thlgpen of ECTC, Greenville; Billy
Gresham rod Richard F. Williams,
UNC, Chapel Hill; and' Russell
Sanderson of State College, Ral
eigh. " , 1
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: Sharing honors was Miss Grace
Quinn, a member of the Spring
Hope school faculty. Other invited
guests were Misses Lorraine Quinn,
Wyoma Quinn, Polly Brown, Re
becca Themag and Messrs. Frank
Thomas, Rolland Thomas, Eddie
Earl Griffin, Carl D. Pate, I. J.
Quinn, and M. M. Thlgpen.
Those i n the entertainment com
mittee were Mebdamea Gardner
Edwards, Lou Belle Williams, Colen
Shaw, M. M. Thlgpen. J. D. Sandlin,
J. G. Kennedy and AdolplrJones,
Mrs. M. M. Thlgpen directed a
series of interesting contests. Win
ners were Miss Calesta Thlgpen,
Messrs. I. J. Quinn .and Richard
'Decorations emphasized the red
and white color scheme. Ihe table
was covered with a white cloth
and dotted with red initials of each
collegi' represented.' ? i
Cold drinks were served on av
riyal and at the conclusion,- the
guests were served ice cream, cake
candy and toasted nuts., - j
Mrs. Caledonia Chestnutt, 83,
wife of the late Lewis Chestnutt,
died" at her home in Magnolia on
Monday August 29th at 1:00 p.m.
after several weeks illness follow
ing a stroke. Rev. Murrell Glover,
pastor of the Methodist Church of
which she was a member conducted
the funeral service at the home on
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and
interment wos in the Magnolia
Cemetery beside her husband, two
sons, Arthur and Jim, and a grand
son, Edward. Pall bearers wore J.
P. Tucker, Sr., Hubert Tucker, Jack
Chestnut, Herman Pippin and Har
old Ezzell.Her grave was banked
with beautiful flowers.- A good
mother, good neighbor, and friend
has gone forever from our community.
She leaves one son, Cleve, and
three daughters, Mrs. Sam Hunter,
rural, Mrs. Mary Merritt and Miss
Charlotte Chestnutt in the home
School opened the 18 with the
same faculty as last year except
one teacher Mr. John Fisher Ham
ilton who resigned and the school
had to lose one teacher. Miss Hawes
now teaches First Grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mathews
and children spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mathews.
Andrew and family live in Clem
son, S. C. where he is professor of
Botany in Clemson College.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sanderson
and son are visiting in Richmond.
Herman Wilson who recently fin
ished his course in Watchmaking
has gone to South Carolina to work.
Miss Macy Cox spent Thursday
in Wilmington buying fall .stock.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tucker of
Wilmington spent Sunday . with
their parents. ""'
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Bostic Wednesday were Mrs. Troy
Lewis of N. V. Mrs. Maye Allen,
Mrs. Marie Griffeth of. Wilmington
and daughter. Mrs. K. C. Peterson
of Harrisburg, Va. .
Magnolia had a terrific rain
storm . Sunday night - wlta right
much mud but no damage done.
The Women of the Church met
in the home of Mrs. Adolph Jones
Tuesday night. Aug. 23 for their
regnr.ir monthly meeting. Mrs. Lu
Belle Williams presided. After
business discussion, plans were
made to entertain college students
on Friday night, Aug. 28. The top
ic of the program was "Peaceful
Change is Possible" directed by
Mrs. Phoebe Pate. At the conclu
sion the hostess served angel food
cake topped with pineapple sauce
and Ice cream.
The September meeting will be
held in the home of Mrs. Andrew
With The Sick
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BS1CI HOCSR PLAN NO. 4U--DaiiM4 by Gmm H. roiworth, AicUUet, BoiUnitMl, N, a
This Is ontof 87 homes designed by leadta Carolina Architect! and fea'tnredl in
"Carolina Homes," a plan book published by Brick A Tile Service, Inc Greensboro, N. a
. This to a compact house in con
temporary style. Its rectangular
plan makes it less expensive to
build than the, usual spread-out
niana of this style and also allows
the use of a smaller lotThe living
room bay, the sheltered porch and
the c cross ; ventilation -for dining
room, living room and porch con
tribute to comfortable living in a
Southern climate. The closet off
the rear entry and the cedar closet
off the haU are desirable features
not usually found in bouses of this
size. ' - ..Ma
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Smith, Norma
Allen, Judy Foy; Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Williams. Geraldine; Mr. ana Mrs.
Kennteh Grady. KaUe Sue and Mr.
and Mrs.; Ashe Miller spent last
week end at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. Horace Cottle was a recent
patient In Memorial General Hos
pital, ,Kinston for a tonsilectoroy.
She is now improving at home.
Mr. Stokley Bostic is seriously
ill at his home here.
Friends of Mr. Harry Jackson will
he happy to know that he is at home
recuperating from a serious illness.
Mrs. C. N. Hlnes is seriously ill
at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll vaca
tioned at Carolina Beach during
the past week end. :' ' ; '
Mrs. Nannie Dixon of Rose Hill
is visiting Mrs. H. S. Brlnson. ,
Donald Mallard of Rose Hill vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Charlton Sand
lin Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. G. S. Muldrow with Judy
and Archie, Mrs. Kathleen Shaw
and A. F , Mrs.' S. A. Pope and
children and Misses Glonda Cum
ming8 and : Kate '. Murriel Bogga
were week end vacationers at Caro
lina Beach. ':;'.'-.'
Mrs. Farina Pickett of Washing
ton, D. C. has been visiting Mrs.
Mattle Bradshaw, her son, Ab Pick
ett and other relatives. i.t.
J. Warren Kennedy, FM, baa
been visiting bis wife and relatives.
He was formerly stationed at Key
West, Fla., and has been transfer
red to Norfolk, Va. '
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Sandlin. Mr.
and Mrs. Charlton Sandlin and
Sherry and Mr. and Mrs. Jim D.
Sandlin were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. , Aubrey Turner in Pink
HiU , Friday night. Other guests
were Mrs. L. C. .Turner, SrH Mr.
and Mrs, I C. Turner, Jr. and chil
dren, T"--;'rv',;",v'':. i't-UVI:-;
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