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The Women of the Presbyterian
Church are making much progress
on the Harvest Festival and bazaar
which they plan to have in the near
future. At this time there will be
a benefit supper. The exact date
will be announced later.
The town of Beulaville waa very
proud of their beauty representa
tive, In Armistice Day activities,
Miss Sue Lanier, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Lanier, who won
first place in the beauty contest.
We are also proud of our Nation
al Guard Unit which added to the
Armistice parade a great deal.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ellison an
nounce the marriage of their dau
ghter, Gladys, to Homer Sander
son, son of Mr. Levi Sanderson of
Beulaville, on November 3 in Wil
After the wedding Mr. and Mrs.
Sanderson toured the mountains
of Virginia, after which they re
turned to Beulaville where they are
making their home.
Honored At Shower
Mrs. Horace Nethercutt of Beu
laville, a recent bride, was com
plimented by her mother, Mrs.
Floyd E. Smith at a miscellaneous
"shower on Saturday night, Nov. S.
Following a number of games
the honoree was showered with
beautiful and useful gifts by the
fifty guests present.
The home was decorated with
chrysanthemums and other fail
flowers and the hostess served
chicken salad sandwiches, tea and
Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr. spent a
few days last week in AsheviUe
visiting her aunt and sister.
Mrs. Hugh Johnson of Rose Hill
is visiting her daughter Mrs. Jim
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Norris at
tended the Carolina-Notre Dame
game in New York Saturday.
Mrs. Warren Kennedy, and M.ss
Thelma Brinson visited their sis
ter Mrs. Charles Parker in Kaleigh
Mr. and Mrs. J R. Sandlin are
confined to tln-ir home due to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews
and son visited her parents Sun
day in Rose Hill.
Mrs. Mattle Bradshaw visited rel
atives in Rose Hill over the week
Miss Lucy Evelyn Penny visited
her mother in Camp Lejeune last
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thigpen spent
the- week end in Wilmington.
Kay Baker of Cabin spent the
week end with Agnes and Brenda
Ross Jones visited James Hallie
Moore in Bowden over the week
Among those attend the Carolina-Notre
Dame game Saturday
were Mr, and. Mrs. Bob Demorest,
Ransom Mercer and Dr. and Mrs.
F. Lv Norris.
- Miss Mary Herring has returned
home in Greensboro after conduct
ing a two week Bible Study at the
, Baptist Church here.
Mrs. Llla Lanier, Mrs: J. D. Ken
nedy and Sally Joe were Wednes
day night dinner guests of Mr.
and Mil. Levi Alderman.
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Annie
Jotan Bostlc were Mrs. Clarence
Pope and children of Magnolia.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williamson and
children of Kenansvllle were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr,, andMrt.
Arnold Thomas. ' "
Misses Venna Mae Qulnn, and
Kathryn Waller attended the State
Wake Forest game Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Thomas of
Warsaw, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wha
le y of Raleigh, Mr, and Mrs. Flave
-Danley of Wallace were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Falson Tho
mas. ' '
Mrs. Archie Lanier is spending a
few days visiting .in Raleigh.
James W. Kennedy, USN, Ports
mouth, spen? the week end with
Mr. and Mrs: Jay Thomas and
children visited her parent in Wal
lace Sunday, ' ' ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Quinn of
Warsaw spenfSunday with Mr, and
Mrs. T. R. Qulnn. '
Mrs. Hugh Johnson and children
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin, Jr.
Mr. Ray Brown of Chapel Hill
visited hit mother Sunday. -
Mrs. James Miller haa returned
home after spending several days
in Klnston Memorial General Hos
pital undergoing treatment .
r i. Hubert Campbell is ill at
Abb Pickett attend the
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Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Sr. Mies Bes
sie Sandlin, and Mrs. Alda Sharpe
toured the planterian in Chapel
Mrs. Aubrey Turner of Pink. Hill
spent a few days last week with
her parents here.
Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin, Jr. and son
have returned home from Klnston
Memorial General Hospital. ,
G. V.Rhodes On
Gerald V. Rhodes, seaman, USN,
of Beulaville, has recently been as
signed duty aboard the fleet oiler
USS Chukawan with the Atlantic
Rhodes entered the Naval service
January 11, 1948, and received his
recruit training at the Naval Cen
ter, Great Lakes, 111.
Before entering the Navy he at
tended Beulaville High School.
G. W. Tucker Dies
George W. Tucker ,80, of the
Summerlin's Crossroads section,
died Thursday afternoon of last
week at the home of his son, Willie
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succumbed to a heart attack. Fu
neral services were' held at the
graveside in the Pate family ceme
tery Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
with Rev. Otis Lambert officiating.
Surviving are two sons, WiJIie and
Jesse Tucker, both of the home com
munlty; four daughters, Mrs. Lloyd
Strickland of Rose Hill, Mrs. Rup
ert Jones and Mrs. Clarence Pate,
both of near Mt. OHve, and Mis.
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Effie Powell of BalUiuoi-e, tlj.r two
sisters, Mrs. Sudle Blackman and
Laura Tucker, both of Warsaw.
Mrs. G. H. Register
Dies In Rose Hill
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widow of the late Sloan ReuUter,
died late Thursday night, of last
week at her home in Rose Hill
after a short illness. Funeral ser
vices were held Friday afternoon at
2:00 o'clock at the home by Rev.
J .V. Case, pastor of the Rose Hill
Baptist Church. Burial was in Trin
ity Cemetery near Delway in Samp
son County. She is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. John Moore of the
home and one son, Homer Stanley
of Elizabethtown, two grandchild
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Church services for next Sunday,
November 20, will be the regular
schedule: -1 .
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11:00 a.m. Friendship; ':
7:80 p.m. Wesley. , j
Both of these are to be services
of Installation of the officers of the
churches , elected at the Fourth
Quarterly Conference and also the
officers and teachers of the Sunday
School. We are especially urging
all our officers and Sunday School
teachers to be there, but everybody
is welcome and wanted. Attend and
worship with us - let us get a good
start for the new Conference year.
By: Sev. Murrell K. Glover
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams and
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Mrs. Edith Grady and attended the
birthday dinner' of his father, Mr.
Black Williams last week end
: Miss. iRamona. Herring of Camp
bell College was homef or the week
, , Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Byrd visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kornegay on
Sunday '. afternoon. ' . ;
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Mr. and I 'rs. Robert Grady visit,
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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stroud Sunday..
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grady and
tons went to the Cliffs of the Neuse
State Park Sunday. ;
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