page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
AT CIVITAN MEET
Members of the Beulaville Lions
club were special guests last week
as the Rose Hill Clvitan club held
its regular meeting In Rose Hill.
- At a short business session a
committee for the ,: Wrlghtsvllle
' convention was appointed by Clvi
tan President Daniel Fussell. On
the committee are Carl Held, Den
nis Ramsey, Jr., Hugh S. Johnson,
Eldon Brown, Dallas Herring, and
B. B. Longest. -
Following dinner Ben Harrell
and Bob Herring were in charge
of a musical program presented by
the Civitan band and the. Music
Club. Songs were rendered by Mrs.
S. E. Butler, Mrs. W. H. Saunders,
Mrs. Murphy Slngletary and Mrs.
Granville Sheffield, They were ac
companied by Mrs. H. C. Marshall
on the piano.
' . The Young Ladles Circle of the
Presbyterian Church met Tuesday
night In the home of Mrs. Harry
Home. Devotional and prayer was
led by Mrs. Charlton Sandlin, and
r"Seal Us O' Holy Spirit" was sung.
The Bible study was given by
Mrs. Andrew Jackson. A short talk
on "tithing" was given by Mrs.
Harry Home. How to teach our
children a christian way of life
was discussed by Mrs. Charlton
Mrs. Harry Home gave the secre-
tar'ys report after which the group
v was dismissed with prayer.
The hostess served congealed sal
'ad on lettuce, rite and cokes to
- The May meeting will be held
' in the home of Mrs. Robert Mat
vThe Young Ladies Circle of the
, Baptist Church met recently in the
home of Mrs. J. M. Brown for their
I regular meeting.: Mrs. Orro Thig-
pen presided and led the devotional.
I The program was discussed by Mrs.
Thigpen. Mrs. Marion Bratcher,
"i Mrs. James Thomas, Mrs. Elwood
'f Quinn, Mrs. Sidney Hunter, Mrs.
I Orvls Thigpen and Mrs. W. D.
Willis. The secretary's report was
given by Mrs. Roland Batchelor.
Mrs. Mary Thigpen led the closing
Mrs. Brown served peanuts, cake,
ice cream and cold drinks to 16
members and 2 visitors. The visit
ors Were Mrs. Bill Willis of Char
lotte and Mrs. Morris Grady of
' H. D. C. MEETS WITH
"MRS. PHOEBE PATE
v" The Beulaville Home Demons tra
. r tion Club met Tuesday April 4
', in the home of Mrs. Phoebe Pate
. with Mrs. Hosea Hunter presiding.
..Following club collect, Miss Hilda
Clonts talked on character build
ing. Mrs. Ermle Sanderson talked
on home gardens and. arts and
? crafts were discussed by Mrs. Sid
h. ney Hunter and Mrs. Lou Belle
- Williams gave -helpful pointers on
t Mrs. M. M. Thigpen read the min-
utes and monthly report after
" which Mrs. Pate served ice cream,
' cookies and" drinks.
FAMILY REUNION AT
HOME OF MRS. MILLER
A lamuy reunion was new on
V Sunday at the home of Mrs. Kate
Beulaville, II. C.
MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER
WEEK BEGINNING APRIL 30th.
, SUNDAY and MONDAY
With OLIVIA DE HAVILAND, academy award winner
News and Cartoon .'-..''. ' '. "
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
i KING KONG GORILLA in
: Mighty Joe
THURSDAY DOUBLE FEATURE
Starring TOM BROWN in
Duke Of Chicago
ALSO LOOK WHO'S BACK "
WEAVER BROTHERS and ELVIRY in
WORLD WAS II TOP
Cartoon and Serial
DRAMATIC MOMENT in the romance between MONTGOMERY
CLIFT and OLIVIA de HAVILAND in Paramount' "The Heiress,"
which shows at the MODEL THEATRE in Beulaville Sunday and
Monday. The drama, produced by William Wyler, is based on the
stage hit and co-stars the two with Ralph Richardson.
Miller and a picnic lunch was ser
ved. There were approximately 125
relatives and friends enjoying the
Among out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller of Tar-
boro, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bertman
and son of Greenville, Ed Bostic,
Mr. and Mrs. George Bostic and
family all of Warsaw and Mrs. Jas
per Jarman and daughter, Theo of
Mrs. James Thomas, Vera Bostic,
Margaret Hunter, Hosea Hunter
and Misses Janice Bostic, Doreen
Nethercutt, Mattie Frances Ken
nedy and Lou Jackson attended
the Bible School Clinic in the War
saw Baptist church Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. J. J.
West and Mrs. Mary Belle Quinn of
Warsaw were guests of Mrs. Lula
Mrs). Willie Fedora and sons
shopped in Jacksonville Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. Lv Brown and
Mrs. Paul Parker shopped in Golds
Miss Geraldine Whaley of War
saw spent a few days this week with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Wyomia Quinn is ill at her
home with flu. .
Mrs. Ruth Jones Miller and Mrs.
Willie Jones shopped in Kinston
Mr. Gardner Edwards and Rev.
Walter Goodman attended the Pres
bytery in Whiteville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rouse of
Warsaw were . Sunday guests ' of
Mr. and Mrs. George Whaley.
Mrs. Rhodes Young of Rose Hill
and Mrs. Robert Lanier and son
of Wallace visited Mrs. Charlton
Sandlin and Mrs. Jim Sandlin on
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nethercutt of
Kenansville were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivey Nethercutt Sunday.
Cecil Rhodes of Rocky Mount
visited Mr. and 'Mrs. Eddie Rhodes
. Thursday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin were Mrs.
Martha Scott, Mrs. H. S. Johnson,
Jr. and Mrs. H. S. Johnson, Sr. of
Mrs. Norman Craft and children
of Jacksonville visited relatives
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Home and
3 ,- - - .
children were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Carr in
Mr. and Mrs. Orzo Thigpen and
children and Mr. and Mrs. P. E
Thigpen, Jr. spent the week end
in St. Pauls with Rev. and Mrs. J
Miss Polly Brown of ECTC spent
the week end with her parents Mr
and Mrs. Bill Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barbee of
Richlands visited Mr. and Mrs.
Tyson Dobson Sunday.
Mrs. H. S. Johnson of Rose Hill
spent a few days last week with
Mrs. Jim D. Sandlin.
Mr. Raybourn Kennedy, Misses
Lou Ann Nethercutt, Sue Lanier,
attended the Blue Baron dance in
Kinston Thursday night.
Hobert Kennedy, Carl Home,
Avon Sharpe returned Friday from
New York and Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Grady of
Kenansville visited Mrs. Caroline
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owens and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Pennetella of Goldsboro visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Miller Sunday.
Bobby Kennedy has received his
navy discharge and is at home.
Mr. and Mrs..-Clinton Campbell
and Mrs. Richard Bostic and Nancy
shopped in Kinston Sunday.
CIRCLE No. 2 MEETS
Circle No. 2 of the Women of
the Church of Hallsville met on
Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Nor
wood Miller. Mrs. Leonard Ken
nedy presided. Bible Study was
led by Mrs. Ralph Miller. "Abra
hams prayer" was the topic of
discussion. The survey article,
"What Kind of Education" was giv
en by Mrs. Ashe Miller. At the
close the hostess served apple pie
topped with cream, and coffee to
the 13 members and 1 visitor pres
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Warren
of Goldsboro announce the birth
of a son, Norman Ray, April 9 in
Goldsboro Hospital. Mrs. Warren
is the former Nancy Harris.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Kit Hun
ter wish to thank everyone for the
many kindnesses shown and ex
pressions of sympathy during the
recent illness and death of our
WEEK BEGINNING APRIL 12th.
SHOWS BEGIN 7:30 EACH NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAYS.
. SATURDAY SHOWS BEGIN AT S:0l P. M.
MONDAY and TUESDAY: ,
Rosalind Russell and Robert Cummings in
Tell It To
.WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY: ; " -
John Wayne And Joanne Dru in
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
FRIDAY and SATURDAY: ; : ;
Maureen O'Hara And Vincent Price in
THE DUTLIN -
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN;
'" Beulaville, N. C.
a- Representative For
WARSAW. N. C.
JR. SR. BANQUET
Juniors and seniors of the Beu
laville High School held their an
nual banquet Friday evening, Ap
ril 7 in the school cafeteria. Deco
rations were done in the spring
The cafeteria was decorated as
a flower garden with a trellis of
roses and greenery, walls were
banked with long leaf pines; over
head was draped with crepe paper
with floating baloons which held
fortunes. On each table was a
miniature white trellis with roses
and greenery and flanked by pink
and white tapers. Attractive place
cards and programs of memories
appointed each place setting.
The menu consisted of tomato
Juice, ham, green butter beans,
candied yams, rolls and butter,
apple pie a la mode, and tea.
The program: Invocation, Rev.
A. L. Brown; Welcome, Buds in the
Garden - Joe Jackson; Response,
Blossoms in the Garden - Jane
Bostic; Song, Memories - Toast to
the Committee - Sybil Pickett; Re
sponse, Mrs. Ashe Miller; Song,
Bluebird of Happiness - Toast to
Principal and Faculty - Bernell
Miller; Piano trio, Country Gard
ens; Response, W. R. Humphrey;
Song, Somewhere Over The Rain
bow. Girls from the sophomore class
were chosen to serve. They were
Nell Lanier, Mona Batchelor, Jan
ice Bostic, Theresa Miller, Elsie
Hall, Pearl Norris, Glenda Edwards,
Eleanor Futrell, Minnie Simpson,
Betty Jo Home.
MAPLE H D C MEETS
The Maple Home Demonstration
Club met Monday, April. 10 in the
home of Mrs. Kit Brinson with Mrs.
Horace Lee presiding. The meeting
opened with group singing after
which Miss Hilda Clontz gave an
interesting talk on character build
ing. Home Gardens, Arts and
Crafts were discussed by Mrs. Mat
tie Kennedy and Mrs. Harry Miller.
The hostess served iced drinks,
cookies and Easter eggs to the
MISS WHALEY AND
MR. ROUSE WED
Miss Louise E. Whaley, daughter
of Mr. andf,Mrs. Ggprge Whaley of
Beulaville and Mr, Harry Rouse,
son of Mrs. Richard Rouse and the
late Mr. Rouse of Rose Hill, were
united in a quiet ceremony April
8 in the Presbyterian manse in
Wallace with the Rev. Hood offi
ciating. Miss Geraldine Whaley of Beu
laville and Warsaw was her sis
ter's maid of honor and Miss Lil
liah Sholar of Wallace, cousin of
the bride was bride's maid .
Charlton Carr of Rose Hill was
The bride was attired in a navy
blue dressmaker suit with pink
accessories and a corsage of pink
and red roses.
Mrs. Rouse is a graduate of Beu
laville High School and has been
employed by the Carolina Tele
phone Co. in Warsaw for three
' Mr. Rouse graduated from the
Wallace High School and is now
in business in Rose Hill.
The couple left immediately fol
lowing the ceremony for a short
honeymoon to unannounced points.
The couple are now at home in
the Fussell Apartments in War
saw. MISS SUMNER AND
MR. TEACHEY WED
Miss Juanita Sumner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.: Joel Ivy Sumner
sft. wl Aeafcres
of Beulaville and Mr. E. Earl Tea
chey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ledie
Teachey of Rose Hill were married
in a quiet cereminy at the home
of he bride on Saturday afternoon,
April 1, at 3 o'clock. The Rev.
N. E. Gresham, pastor of the groom,
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was dressed in a navy
blue suit with white accessories
and a corsage of white carnations.
Mrs. Teachey attended Beulaville
High School. Mr. Teachey attend
ed Wallace High School.
The couple left immediately for
unannounced points following the
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Free
Will Baptist Church met April 8
at the home of Mrs. W. N. Everton.
Meeting opened with song and
Mrs. Hattie Mae Everton gave the
devotional. "Advancing with Christ
through training," was the topic
for the program. Talks on youth
training were discussed by Mrs.
Grace Brown, Mrs. Phoebe Exum,
Mrs. Nedie Hall, Mrs. Eva Williams.
Special music was rendered by
Mrs. Myrtle Jarman and Mrs. Ev
erfon. The May meeting will be
held in the . home of Mrs. S. A
MRS. KATIE REGISTER
Mrs. Katie Register. 43, wife of
O. J. Register died Wednesday
night of last week at her home in
Chinquapin after an illness of about
SUN. - MON. April 23-24
Yellow Cab Man
With Red Skelton
And Gloria de Haven.
TUESDAY, April 25
Woman In Hiding
With Ida Lupino
And Howard Duff.
WEDNESDAY, April 26
With Tex Ritter.
Hold That Ghost
With Abbott & Costello.
PWlliil WARSAW, N.C
To The Voters Of Duplin County:
I am now a formal candidate for the office of Solicitor of the
General Court, subject to the will of the voters in the Democratic
Primary in May 1950. This office is very important to you and
should be administered without fear, favor, reward or hope of re
ward and conducted in a manner that will bring praises from you.
I assure you that if I am nominated, I will try to be a credit
to the County and exemplify your confidence by my efforts to serve.
I will appreciate your consideration and support.
Funeral services were held on
Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock
at the home by Rev. N. E. Gresham.
Burial was in the Baptist Cemetery
in Chinquapin. She is survived by
her husband; one daughter, Vir
ginia Register of Norfolk, Va.; three
sons, Melvin and Earl, both of the
home, and Earl Register of Nor
folk; her mother, Mrs. Frances
Nethercutt of Roanoke Rapids;
three sisters, Mrs. Effie Williams
and Mrs. Lena Rogers both of Roa
noke Rapids and Mrs. Bessie Ecken
rode of Norfolk; and one brother,
John Nethercutt of Roanoke Rap
WEEK OF APRIL 23rd
SUN. - MON. - TUES.
With Donold O'Connor.
(Hear The Army Mule Talk)
News - Cartoon
WED. & TIIURS.
The Kid From Texas
With Audie Murphy.
Cartoon A Comedy
FRI. & SAT.
Betty Grable, Phil Harris.
tHURS. - FRI. April 27-28
With Maureen O'Hara
And MacDonald Carey.
SATURDAY, April 29
With Charles Starrctt.
With Hoosier Hot Shots.
News - Cartoon
FRIDAY, APRIL 21st, 1950
I rtlK t tar
ft Mtir foY
Z-Sy MIVI OUT IO
PINK HILL, C.
ONE OF CAROLINA'S FINEST"
SUNDAY, April 23rd
The Doctor And
Starring Glenn Ford
And Gloria DeHaven.
Also Color Cartoon
MON. & TUES.
Starring Wayne Morris
And Janis Paige.
With Roy. Rogers
And Dale Evans.
Also "Wild Bill" Serial
THURS. & FRI.
From The Famous Book
Starring Dick Powell
And Evelyn Keyes.
Also Color Cartoon
BIG DOUBLE SHOW
With Lucille Bremer
And Richard Carlson.
With "Wild Bill" Elliott.
"GET THE MOTOR tARK HABIT"