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(INTENDED FOR LAST WEEK.
Beulaville 0. E. S.
At a regular meeting of Beula
ville Chapter OES No. 237, bed
at the Masonic Hall on March 20,
elective and appointive officer
for the ensuing year were installed.
The meeting opened with a short
business session after which Mr.
Effie T. Mercer, Worthy Matron,
expressed her appreciation to all
for their cooperation during the
past year. Visitors from Pleasant
Hill Chapter were welcomed.
The Past Matron Jewel was pre
sented to Mrs. Mercer by Mrs. Pan
nie Rhodes, a gift from the chapter
was presented her by Mrs. Callie
The fol owing officers were In
stalled or the year: Worthy Matron,
Mrs. O. T. Kennedy; Worthy Patron
Mr. Leslie Kennedy; Associate Ma
tron, Mrs. Callie W. Miller; Asso
ciate Patron, Mr. Ralph Miller;
Secretary, Mrs. Lucille M. Miller;
Treasurer, Mrs. Ashe Miller; Con
ductress, Mrs. L. M. Miller; Assor
date Conductress, Mrs. Macy Tho
mas: Chap ain, Mrs. Pauline Rhodes
Marshal, Miss Vonie Mercer; Orga
nist, Mrs. Pannie M. Rhodes; War
der, Mrs. Dollie M. Miller; Sentenll,
Mr. Walter Rhodes; Flag Bearers,
Misses Ruth Kennedy and Naomi
Mercer; Adah, Mrs. Kathleen Shaw;
Ruth, Mrs. Arthur Kennedy; Ester,
Mrs. Ora Lee Kennedy; Martha,
Mrs. Macy S. Mercer; Electa, Mrs.
The meeting closed in due form
after which a social hour was en
joyed by all.
The regular monthly meeting of
the women of the Hallsvil e Presby
terian Church was held March 15
in the church.
Mrs. Ralph Miller had charge
of the program assisted by Mes
dames Herman Miller, Bland Rho
des and W. L. Miller.
following officers were in-
stalled for the year: Pre: Mrs.!
Andrew Miller; Vice Pres. Mrs.
Neal Smith; Secty. Mrs. John Rho
des; Treas. Mrs. W. J. Ml ler; Hist
Mrs. L. C. Miller; Chmn. Inspira
tional Growth, Mrs. Morris Grady;
Work Mission, Mrs. Bland Rhodes;
Church Extension, Mrs. Ralph Mil
ler; Education, Mrs. Leland Grady;
Annuities and Relief,. Miss Lois
Evans; Stewardship, Mrs. Ashe Mil
ler; Assemblies Special Courses,
Mrs. Herman Miller.
The meeting was closed with
prayer after which the group en
joyed apple pie topped with Ice
cream, and coffee.
Mrs. Lela Brown announces the
marriage of her daughter, Doshia,
to Vonnle Fountain, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. T. Fountain of Chinqua
pin in S. C. on March 18.
The bride was attired in a navy
blue suit with red accessories. Mrs.
Fountain attended Beulaville High
The couple are making their
home near Beulaville.
Mrs. Marion Quinn honored her
son Owen Saturday afternoon, on
March 18 on his 9th birthday.
Games and contests were played
by the children. A huge white bith
day cake with pink and green trim
mings centered the dining room
table. Mrs. Quinn served the guests
ice cream, cake and Pepsi Colas.
Owen received many useful and
The Auxiliary of the Beulaville
Free Will Baptist Church held
their meeting March 11 at the
-iff .if" J ? I .1
!-when you shower yoiar number; 1 spring romance
with a magnificent bouquet of our lush, garden fresh
flowers , . . any kind you want. Or would you rather -deck
her lapel with an Easter "scent" lovely corsage,
. . . arranged specially for 'HER" and boxed attract- :
viely in cellophane.
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church. The program was discus
sed by Mrs. Bill Everton, Miss
Ermie Sanderson and Mrs. Pauline
Exum. Poems by Mrs. Lydla Neth
ercutt and Mrs. Pauline Exum were
heard. Scripture was by Nellie
Han. Miss Sanderson dismissed
the group with prayer.
The April meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Bill Everton.
The Women of the Beulaville
Presbyterian Church met March
20. in the home of Mrs., Mattie
Bradshew and called to order by
the President,. Mrs. Gardner Ed'
wards. Roll call and minutes were
read and approved.
Plans were made for as many
1 nB nneolhla tn attaint the PMlhv-
tery to be held In Citato in April.
Mrs. M. M. Thlgpen gave the
study on the 21st chapter of St.
John. The hostess served chicken
salad, Ritz. cakes and Iced drinks
to the 11 members present who
dismissed with prayer. ;.
Mrs.:' Ray Sanderson, Russell
Sanderson, Mrs. Myrtle K. Quinn,
and Kathryn Quinn attended the
Kornegay-Beale wedding in Greens
boro Saturday night V -
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
Executive Board Meets
Mrs. Andrew Miller, president
of the Women of Hallsvllle Presby'
terian Church, called an Executive
Board meeting at her home last
Thursday night and opened the
meeting with sentence prayer. She
then gave each member a packet
of literature' with instructions for
use. The chairman of Spiritual
Growth presented plans for Bible
Study to be t . . , . i ,..-
lng the week I it Easter, f ius
were made for ike years work and
each member- was requested to
keep a record.: After adjournment
the hostess served refreshments.
The Women of the Presbyterian
Church met Tuesday night In the
church auditorium. Mrs. Gardner
Edwards presided. Mrs. Ada Will
iams 'led the devotional and the
group joined In singing. The pro
gram was discussed by Mrs. Wini
fred Guy. Reports were given by
officers on last year's work. Mrs.
Phoebe Pate gave the history of
the Auxiliary. ..
' Officers for the new year were
Installed by Mrs. Lula Herring of
Rose Hill. She gave a short talk
on "Duties of the Officers" and
dismissed the group with prayer.
, Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr. and Mrs.
Scott Smith served coffee, potato
chips and cookies to the group.
Mrs. Clayton Herring and Mrs.
H. S. Johnson, Sr. of Rose Hill
also were present .
The Beulaville Basketball teams.
cheer leaders and their guests en
joyed a picnic at Catherine's
Lake Wednesday afternoon. Mr,
and Mrs. Bill Thlgpen ahd Mr.
Ray Humphrey chaperoned them,
BIRTHDAY PARTY .
Mrs. Orso Thlgpen entertained
honoring her son, Sloan, on his 7th
birthday Tuesday afternoon. Out
door games were played. A pink
cake topped with pink candles cen
tered the table. Chicken salad,
cake, ice cream and iced drinks
were served. Sloan received a vast
assortment of gifts.
Mr. C. L. Wade was honored
Sunday on his 78th birthday when
his children, Mrs. Hoses Hunter,
Mrs. Sidney Hunter, Mrs. Haywood
Miller and Mr. W. L. Wade enter
tained 125 guests with a barbecue
and picnic dinner.
Out of town guests were Dr. Car
penter of Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Bostic and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Bostic and family and
Mr. and Mrs. George Bostic and
family and Mr. E. J. Bostic, Mr.
and Mrs. Garland Brown and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hussey, Jr.
of Warsaw. Mr. Jack Brlnson of
Kenansville, and Charlie Miller,
USN, of Norfolk, Va.
Mrs, Roger Hill and Mr. Bob
Jones entertained Friday night In
the home of the latter at a sur
prise party honoring Mary Grace
Jones on her 17th birthday.
Games and contests were enjoy
ed after which guests were invited
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white cuke wiiu i.J decorations
and pink candles centered the ta
ble. The hostesses served chicken
salad on lettuce, sandwiches, can
dies and cake to the SO guests.
Mary Grace received many love
ly gifts. . ! - ' .
LIONS CLUB ;
The Lions Club will meet on
Friday, April 7 In the School Caf
P.T.A. TO MEET
The PTA will meet on Monday
night, April 10. at 7:30 in the
school auditorium. ;
YOUNG LADIES CIRCLE
The Young Ladies Circle bit the
Presbyterian Church will meet on
Tuesday night, April 11 at 7:30 in
the home of Mrs. Harry Home,
Mrs. F. L. Norrls entertained
her 3rd grade class Friday after
noon with a welner roast In the
yard at her home. Many games
were enjoyed by the 33 children.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Brlnson cele
brated their Silver Anniversary
on March 29. Decorations featured
white azaleas, snapdragons; jon
quils and silver wedding bells.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hussey, Jr.
greeted guests at the door. Miss
Macy Brlnson introduced guests to
the receiving line composed of Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Brlnson and Mrs.
Sudie Brlnson, mother of Mr. Brln
son. Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Hunter
pinned silver wedding bells on each
guest as favors. Miss Mabel Brln
son and Harry Fountain presided
at the register. Mr. Jack Brlnson
directed the guests to the gift
room where Miss Daisy Burman
The dining , table was covered
with an Imported Irish lace cloth
and centered with an arrangement
of spring flowers. White tapers
burned In silver holders on each
side of the table.
Mrs. Ellis Brlnson p&ured punch
and Mrs. Sidney Hunter served
the wedding cake. Misses Velma
Thelma, Mary Alton, Mano Gene,
and Joe Brlnson served candy, ham
biscuit, mints and ribbon sand
Goodbyes were said to the 60
guests by Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Out of town guests included
Miss Ruth Vail of Midway Park,
Miss Edna Grant and Mrs. Eula
Emmette of SneadsTerry, Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllard Brlnson, Mr. and Mrs,
Morris Brinson and Mrs. Cora
Brlnson of Kenansville, and Rev.
L. J. Matthews of Winston-Salem,
Angus W Mercer has completed
his studies at N. C. State College
and will return in June for gradu
ation exercises. He is now employ
ed with Contractors Service, Inc,
of Charlotte, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Amon Kennedy.
Patsy and Ruth, and Miss Janice
Bostic shopped in Goldsboro on
Saturday. -v -'iv...-.v.!y-"' ::
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Howard and
children of New Bern were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Nethercutt
Oscar Kennedy, ECTC spent the
week end here,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Quinn and
Parsle of Kinston were guests on
Sunday of Mrs. Lula Parker.
Mrs. Tom Barden of Rose Hill
visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gresh
am Monday. ';.''''
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thlgpen spent
the week end in Wilson with friends
Mrs. Vera Bostic, Jene Mlller.J
Mrs. Nora Brown and Misses Mary
Quinn Brown and Sally Gresham
visited the Cliffs Sunday,
- Mr. and Mrs. S.' J. Waller and
Korney of Mt Olive were supper
guests of Mrs. Lula Parker Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sandlin and
Mrs. Ellis Brlnson visited Mrs.
Charles Parker in Rex Hospital in
Mrs. Cecil Miller,-Miss Mary Q.
Brown, Nora Ellen Miller shopped
in Kinston Saturday.
Bobby Kennedy, USN, spent the
week end with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hill of Wal
lace spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Jones.
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Norrls shop
ped in-Goldsboro Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Rlfton Walton of
Maanolia visited here Sunday.
Mr. and .Mrs. McNeil Jones of
Kinston visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
ton Craft Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Campbell
and Jean shopped in Kinston on
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cottle and
Pat spent the -week end with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Batchelor
spent the week end in Rose Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gresham ac
companied Mary Jane back to WC
UNC Sunday after the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Quinn of
Warsaw were Sunday guests v of
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Quinn,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Craft vlslt
ed Mr .and Mrs. Homer Benton in
Bladenboro last week.
Ruth Sanderson has returned to
WCUNC after the spring holidays.
Mrs. Mattie Bradshaw and "Mrs.
Gardner Edwards attended v the
Cancer meeting in Kenansville. on
Wednesday night ; '
Cecil Rhodes of Rocky Mt visited
his nnrentu last Wednesday. : V
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Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr. and cfcHJ
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Messrs. Ben Hussey and Bay?'
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