KENAN3VIMA II. C : Hermanns viiflEs;' . Annie Ben Beale, Mr. H. R. Komegay Exchange Vows In Formal Rites At Greensboro Methodist Church Mar. 25 Greensboro. West Market Street Methodist Church was the scene Saturday night, March 25th when Miss Annie Ben Beale, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. William James Beale of Greensboro became the Bride of Horace Robinson Kor negay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Earl Kornegay, also of Greensboro. Dr. Eugene C. Few, pastor, offi ciated at the 8 o'clock ceremony after which Mr. and Mrs. Beale entertained at a reception at Al umnae House, Woman's College of the University of North Carolina. The bride was given in marriage by her father and had for her hon or attendants Miss Nancy Eliza beth Beale, sister, and Mrs. Alfred Lily, Jr., of New York City. There were eight bridesmaids ,Miss Sa rah Kornegay, sister of the groom; Miss Eleanor Singletary, Miss Mil dred Hayworth of Greensboro; Miss Patricia Lane, cousin of the bride of Winston-Salem; Miss Mary Charlotte Hunt of Asheboro; Miss Barbara Lynn of High Point; and Miss Julia Pinnix of Atlanta, Ga. Tne Dridegroom had his brother, Marvin Loftin Kornegay, of Ral eigh, for his best man and Charles Hostetler of Raleigh was chief usher. Other ushers were Kemp Recce. Slcdinan Hines, Wallace Harvex. Jr., John Person, all of Greensboro: Ira Otis Wilkerson, Jr.. of Raleigh; Arthur Chesson of Wilson: William Harris of Cleve land, Ohio; Richard Williams of Maiden; and Guy Cox, Jr., of Chi cago, 111. All of the groomsmen were with Mr. Kornegay at Wake Forest College. Miss Eoline Garvin, organist, a'ul Miss Mary Jane Kornegay, sis ter of the groom; Ryan Kornegay, n.! ie u the groom, furnished the music. The bride wore a gown of Can dlelight slipper satin, designed with a yoke of illusion outlined with a deep bertha of imported Handrun A-lencon lace, fitted bod ice featuring self covered buttons in hack and long sleeves. The very full skirt fell into a full Cathedral train. She wore an English import ed full-length veil attached to a head-dress of matching A-lencon N0TICE1 Make Our Store Your Headquarters For All Your Needs Riding International CULTIVATORS Galvanized 5-V CRIMP TIN HOG WIRE FERMATE DYNAMITE FEEDS & SEEDS . Meet Your Friends At T. A. TURNER COMPANY IN PINK HILL To The Voters Of Limestone And Cypress Creek Townships: I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER TO SUCCEED MYSELF TO REPRESENT THE ABOVE TOWNSHIPS. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. lace. The honor attendants wore dres- ses in white net over pink taffeta and carried nosegays of pink ro ses. The bridesmaids wore identi cal dresses and carried nosegays of spring flowers. The bride attended Mary Bald win College, Staunton, Va and re ceived her BA degree from the University of North Carolina where she was a member of Delta Delta sorority. She is a member of the Greensboro Thalian Spinster's Co tillion. Mrs. Kornegay is a mem ber of the faculty at Woman's Col lege. Mr. Kornegay is a graduate of Wake Forest and Wake Forest Law School. While at Wake Forest he was president of the Student Body and of the Law School. He was list ed for three consecutive years in Who's Who in American Univer sities and Colleges. He is a mem ber of Omicron Delta Kappa, Al pha Sigma Phi and Phi Delta Phi. Mr. Kornegay is now practicing law in Greensboro. AUXILIARY The Woman's Auxiliary of Grove Church met at the church Monday afternoon. President Mrs. J. A. Ga vin presided. Mrs. L. Southerland led the devotional. Reports of com mittees and chairmen were given. Officers installed for the new year were Pres., Mrs. J. A. Gavin; Vice Pres., Mrs. G. V. Gooding; Secty., Mrs. N .B. Boney; Treas., Mrs. I. N. Bowden; and Historian, Mrs. A. T. Outlaw. A committee composed of Mes dames J. A. Gavin, N. B. Boney, H. T. Brown and I. N. Bowden were elected to attend the Presby tery in Faison April 6 and 7th. ATTEND KORNEGAY - BEALE WEDDING Mrs. Ray Sanderson, Russell Sanderson, Mrs. Myrtle K. Quinn, and Kathryn Quinn attended the Kornegay-Beale wedding in Greens boro Saturday night' Mrs. Sanderson and Mrs. Quinn were accompanied home by their daughters, Ruth Sanderson and Cornelia Quinn of W. C. U. N. C who are spending spring holidays at home. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Nethercutt, Mrs. Myrtle Barnes of Fayetteville and Mrs. Eliza Barnes of Wilson were guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Gooding Tuesday night. Misses Eleanor Southerland and Irene McManns of Clinton were week end guests of Mrs. L. Sou therland. Mrs. Andrew Patterson made a business trip to Goldsboro Tues day. Mr. Joseph West left recently to resume studies at State College. Students home for the week end were Mr. Bill Ingram, and Miss Hilda Grey Brinson of Ral eigh. Miss Theresa Gooding of Golds boro spent the week end with her parents Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Good ing. Mr. Lee Potter of Atlantic Christian College in Wilson visited relatives over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Bowden and Mrs. Margaret Tucker Visited the Azalea Gardens in Wilmington Sunday. Mr. Sammy Thomas of the Un ion Theological Seminary in Rich mond, Va. held services at Grove U,tlimiti.f I The marriage of Eleanor Lois Orady, daughted of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie J. Grady of Kenansville and James A. Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson of Teachey, was solemnised Saturday afternoon, March 4th in a candle llsht ceremony at the home Of Rev. and Mrs. Murrell K. Glover, pastor of the bride, only a lew reiauves and friends attended. The bride chose for her wedding a blue gabardine suit with match ing accessories and shoulder cor sage of white carnations, v Mrs. Henderson Is a graduate of Kenansville High School and for the past few months attended Beulavllle High School taking a commercial course. r Mr. Henderson attended Wallace High School and served four years In the U. S. Navy. The couple will make their home in Teachey where the groom is en gaged in farming. Immediately following the wed ding Mrs. Glover entertained with a reception. The table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a miniature bride .and groom. She was assisted in serving by Mrs. H. D. Williams and Miss Grace Baker. Following the reception the bride's parents entertained the cou ple at supper. -: : Annual Easter Parade Be Held Warsaw BY: MRS GRAHAM PHILLIPS The second annual Easter Parade, sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Club of Du plin County will be presented on Tuesday evening, April 4 at 8 o' clock in Warsaw High Auditor ium. The dress revue will display spring models, from Warsaw's four leading Department Stores, Wllli ford's, Strickland's, Brooks', and Katz. New spring hair styles will be shown, done by Hobbs' Beauty Salon, Mack's Beauty Shoppe and Noted Speakers To Attend Wilmington Presbyterial The Women of Wilmington Pres- bytery will hold their annual meet ing in Faison April 8 and 7tn. ine program will begin with an Exe cutive Board meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. At 7:30 thorn will he a Droeram of worship and inspiration to which the pub lic is invited, both men and women. Rev. Frank Hall, Phd., pastor of t'ne Pearsall Memorial Presby terian Church of Wilmington, will spenk'oh the Epistle to the He brews. He will be followed by an address by Mrs. C. S. Harrington of Houston, Texas, who is one of two women of the United States on the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches. Her address will be followed by the church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhodes of Beulavllle attended the OES meet ing here Tuesday night. M.-s. Lola Smith, Mrs. Bertha Hol'ingsworth and Mrs. David R. Smith made a business trip to Kin ston Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Hollingsworth, Theo, and Mr. Perry Dobson attended the funeral of Mr. Dallas Hollingsworth in Warsaw Sunday. LOCAL MUSIC PUPILS MAKE GOOD RATING Nine music dudIIs of Miss Anna Hinas of Kenansville participated! in the Southeastern District Music Festival held in Greenville on Mar. 25th. All nine pupils were rated high. The ratings and names, are: Gail Newton and Sarah West, su perior; Millie Burch, Mary Sue Bureb, Sally Newton, Angela Dau ghtr yand Betty Ingram, excellent; Anne Marie Futrell and Johnnie Daughtry. very good. Judges were Stuart Pratt, head of music de partment, Meredith 'College and Robert Carter, of E. C. T. C. ; .-ill-j i Cak Cutting Mr., and Mrs, J. A. Henderson entertained Mr. and Mrs. James A. Henderson at a cake cutting on Saturday night,' March 4th. m The guests were greeted by Mrs. Henderson and introduced to the bride and groom. '--I';''-' After the guests had assembled they were invited into the dining room. The table was covered with a lace cloth and decorated with pink satin ribbon. In the center was a three-tiered wedding cake. After the couple had cut the first slice, the cake was served by Mrs. Edgar Wells. Mrs. Joe Wells pour edpunch and Miss Janice Rouse and Mrs. J. A. Henderson served nuts and mlhts.V .; , Linen Shower Honors Bride-Elect Misses Grace Baker and Grace Sanderson honored Miss Lois Grady, bride-elect of March 4 with a linen shower on February 25 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanderson. Guests were greeted , by Miss Grace Baker. , Many interesting games were played and afterwards refresh ments were served. The honoree received many use ful and lovely gifts. Curlwell Beauty Shoppe. IntermingleTT-with the fashion show will be entertainment by lo cal talent, including dance routines by Mrs. Audrey Butler's dancing class and musical selections by Mrs. Bonnie Davis, accordian and Miss Lou Ann Davis, vocalist and others. Judge Robert L. West will be master of ceremonies and Mrs. Jerry Newbold will describe the hair styles. Communion Service conducted by the Pastor and Elders of the Fai son Church. On Friday, April 7, there will be an all day meeting opened to the public. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Dr. Hall and Mrs. Harring ton will speak during the early part of the program. At 10:40 Rev. Roswell Long, D. D a member of the General Council of the Presby terian Church in the U. S.-with headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., will speak on Stewardship. He will be followed by Rev. J. A. Garrison of Greensboro, Synod's Director of Student Work, speaking on Stu dent Work in our colleges and uni versities. Rev. J. R. McGregor, D. D., of Montreat, president of the Mountain Retreat Association, will speak on Montreat conference grounds and Montreat College. The business part of the pro gram will be presided over by Mrs. "Walter Sprunt of Wilmington, r president of the Women of the Church of Wilmington Presbytery. Mrs. Julian Hutaff, president of the Women of the Church of the Synod of North Carolina, will make introductions and install newly elected officers. A few reports of the year's work will be made. The dinner Friday will be served by the women of the Faison Church. O.E.S. Installs . .'IT Hew Officers Kenansville Chapter No. 215, Or der of Eastern Star, held its in stallation of officers at a closed session on their regular meeting night at the Masonic Hall here Tuesday evening. The room was decorated with beautiful floral ar rangements and candles portray ing the colors of the order. Lovely corsages were presented all out going and in-coming officers. - Mrs .Sally Tyndall. Worthy Ma tron, opened the meeting. Flags were presented by the flag bearers, Mrs. Thelma Murphy and Mrs. Mary Fulford. At the close of the business ses- For Best Prices and Com plete Job on Monuments, See or Write sioii, tie teu.;. .; -.'-i u expiegsed her, a; , i v .tiion to the Chapter and each of her officers for the honor of having served and for the cooperation each and 11 had given her. V--''-.. Special music was rendered by Mrs. LOulse Boney, organist, and Mrs. Thelma Stroud, soloist The Installing Officers were pre sented by the Conductress, Mrs. Mary Jewel Dotson. Serving as Grand Installing Officer was Mr. Gilbert Honeycutt, Past Patron and" Past D. D. G. P., Other Grand Officers were: Mrs. Pearl Korne gay, Grand Marshal; Mrs. Ruth Honeycuttt, Grand Chaplin; Mrs. Sally Tyndall, Grand Conductress; Mrs. Annie Harmon,' Grand Orga nist; Miss Bessie Kornegay, War den; Mrs. Mattle Sadler, Sentinel. The retirement of officers and entrance of incoming officers fol lowed. In a most impressive cere mony the following officers were Installed: Mrs. Ella L. Gooding, Worthy Matron; Dr. G, V. Gooding, Worthy Patron; Mrs. Mary Jewel Dotson, Associate Matron; Mr. F. W. McGowen, Associate Patron; Mrs. Ruby G. Newton,- Secretary; Mrs. Lucille S. Bowden, Treasurer; Mrs. Margaret H. Westbrook, Con ductress; Mrs. Edna E. Brinson, Associate Conductress; Miss Mary Alice Blackmore. Chaplain; Mrs. Louise Wells, Marshall; Mrs. Sal ly F. Aldridge, Organist; Star Points: Mrs. Mataka West-, brook, Ada; Mrs. Kathleen Snyder, Ruth: Mrs. Cella M. Stroud, Esther; Mrs. Thelma Murphy, Martha; Mrs. Mary Fulford, Electa. Mrs. Louise K. Boney, Warder1; Mns. Leona West. Sentinel: Mrs. Emma S. Lockamy, and Mrs. J. D. West, Flag Bearers. At the close of the Installation the installed Marshal and Star Points presented an impressive program taken from "Stars In Her Eyes." The Worthy Matron, Mrs. Ella L. Gooding thanked the Chapter for the confidence placed in her. Visitors from Chapter No. 186 O .E. S. of Fayetteville, Chapter No. 145 O. E. S. of Wilson, and Chapter No. 237 O. E. S. of Beula ville were present. A social hour was enjoyed at which time refreshments of punch, star-shaped sandwiches and cakes decorated with stars in the five colors were served from a lace covered table which was centered with yellow flowers. Mrs. Christine Williams, retiring Esther, headed the refreshment committee. Magnolia News Matthew Bradshaw and daughter spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hunt and baby h-ve returned from Fla. Mrs. Sam Hamilton of Burgaw, Mrs. Harry Newland, Mrs. Jane Crawley, Misses Lillian and Lena Middleton stopped in to see Miss Macy Cox Friday afternoon. They live at Winter Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Ral eigh spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith. Her mother and sister of Warsaw were with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wells have returned from Fla. Their guests Sunday were Miss Elizabeth Quinn of Goldsboro and her brother Af ton of Wake Forest. Mrs. J. P. Royal and baby are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rogers in Va. Harold Ezzell left Monday-for Richmond where he will do brick work. He has worked in Florida nearly all winter. Ralph Jones has been coming to town recently in the Interest of his office for reelection for Sheriff. So many candidates for different offices, guess we will have plenty of friendly visitors for a while. Guests of Miss Minnie Joyner Saturday were Mrs. Nina Joyner and her mother of Wilmington. Mrs. L. D. Sheffield Is still in a critical condition. The children and a few friends and relatives of Mrs. Annie Payne gave her a birthday dinner Sun day. ;' . ' Mrs. Ben Jenkins visited in Wil lard Saturday. '- . " TO THE VOTERS OF KEIIAIISVILLE, ROSE HILL AND MAGI'OLIA T0YIISIIIPS: I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY FOR RE-ELECT-ION TO the OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONED, REPRE SENTING KENANSVILLE, MAGNOLIA AND ' KOSE HILL TOWNSHIPS, SUBJECT TO THE WILL OF THE TOTEjS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TO BE HELD MAY27th. 11 NOMINATED AND ELECTED I PLEDGE TO FULFTUjTIIE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. ' 11111 I hereby announce my. candidacy for the nomin ation as Sheriff of Duplin County, subject to the will -of the voters in the Democratic Primary May 27th. . ' If nominated and elected, I pledge full all Anf iAn I a (Iia rlniiAr nf fha nffira anil UIIGIIIIVII IV IIIU UUIIVJ. VI IIIV VlllVVjr UIIU discharge of the duties with 100 per cent consideration for the public, realizing the high responsibilities attendant upon theoffice. Veteran of World War I Commander Calypso Legion Post No. 374 Veterans' Instructor 1, Vice-President Lions Club Elder Stanford Chjuurci, ' t Sunday School Teacher . Your Vote And 4r . WOLFESCRAPE TOWNSHIP f LX LA Active Support i i lly Appreciated 7 s r" -"v . - ' II I VM-U . lis J Mia.arj
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