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Sight-seeing Tour 01 Camp Lejeiine
Camp Lejenne, April 15 A
group of thirty freshman high
school students from Kenansville
visited Camp Lejeune Friday.
The group was under the super
vision of Rev. A. D. Wood.
The students were met at the
' main gate by representatives of the
public information office and were
taken on a tour of the Hadnot Point
Starting at about 10:15 a.m. the
students made their first stop at
the hostess house for a short rest
after the long drive from Kenans
ville. While talking with Rev. Wood
during the stop, it was learned that
two of the students, who were set
on' seeing the Marine base, missed
a day at school to enable them to
work and earn enough money to
defray expenses of this trip. An
other interesting story told by one
of the group was of the two boys
who were so thrilled with their visit
last year that they actually flunked
their civics class so as to make an
other tour of Camp Lejeune and get
the answers to some of the ques
tions they wanted to ask on their
The tour's next stop was at the
camp chapel. Here Commander E.
Richard Barnes, chaplain, was at
hand to greet the group and gave
;i very interesting talk on the mem
orial windows, pointing out., tire
motif, rombru'c religious and mili-
lary backgnm j and the history of
r the Marine corps in stained glass,
dedicated to the Marines who lost
their lives in World War II. The
ten memorial windows show the
different Marine divisions and oth
er units as well as the different
island groups and threatres of op
perations. The group continued on to the
Catholic chapel to view the memo
rial windows there. Pfc .W. E. John
son, organist answered many ques
tions concerning the chapel, choir.
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The students were quite interes
ted in the next stop, the Marston
pavilion. Here, one talented young
lady struck up a lively piano tune
on one of the ballroom pianos, and
the students had a go at jitter
bugging. Other students inspected
the patio and the beautiful view
out over the water looking toward
the boat house. TSgt. W. A. Butler
made the group feel at home for
about 15 minutes after which they
went on to Hospital point Here the
boys and girls saw the sights en
route, the central fire house, "(he
radio station, Naval Hospital, and,
of course, the point itself over
looking the beautiful waterway.
A very interesting stop was made
at the water purification plant
where P. H. Barker, in charge of
the plant, explained the entire pro
cess of the plant. Amazement was
shown when it was learned that the
plant's output was 5,000,000 gallons
Leaving the plant the students
proceeded to the hostess house
where the word passed "Lunch is
served". This went over with the
students with a bang as they went
to the dining room and got in line
with their trays.
The mothers of the members of
the Kenansville Chapter, Future
Homemakers of America were hon
ored on Friday evening, April 7,
in the Kenansville School Cafeteria
with the annual Mother-Daughter
Banuet. The cafeteria was artisti
cally decorated with lovely spring
The program was opened with
group singing led by Mary Lee
During the program were the fol
lowing toasts and responses:
"If It Covers The Fleer We Have It"
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Toast to Mothers, Mary Beth
Response, Mrs. Daughtry.
Toast to Faculty, Sara Brown.
Response, Mr. Z. W. Frazelle.
The poem "Home" was read by
Angela Daughtry accompanied by
Sara Outlaw at the piano.
"Mother Machree" was sung by
the Freshman F.H.A. Girls.
Other special music was by Betty
Whitfield, Mary Sue Burch and
' Susan Brown, toastmistress, then
introduced the Inspirational speak
er, Rev. Ben F. Brown, pastor of
the Rockfish and Penderlea Pres
byterian Churches. He gave a very
inspiring talk on "Making The
After the talk an Easter Lily was
presented to Re v., and Mrs. Brown
from the members of the Kenans
About 50 mothers, daughters,
members of the faculty and guests
The menu for the evening was:
chilled) fruit juice, baked ham,
sliced carrots, rolls, potato salad,
glazed apples, tea, jello with whip
ped cream and icebox cookies.
Waitresses were: Lois Caison,
Belle Brock, Mary Sue Yarborough,
and Shirley Meyers.
The program closed by singing
BMG SEWING CLUB
The BMG Sewing Club met on
Tuesday afternoon of last week
with Miss Lula Hinson arid Mrs.
J. A. Mines co-hostesses. Following
the sewing bee a social hour was
enjoyed. The hostesses served a
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE
Miss Mary Lee Sykes was hos
tess to her bridge club Wednesday
evening of last week. Arrangements
of Spring flowers were used for
decoration where two tables were
in play. Mrs. Woodrow Brinson
was high score winner for mem
bers and Mrs. E. C. Tyndall scored
high for visitors. At the conclu
sion of the games the hostess ser
ved fruit jello topped with cream,
angel food cake, salted nuts and
CIRCLE No. 2 MEETS
Circle No. 2 of Grove Church
met on Monday night with 'Mrs.
V. H. Reynolds hostess. Miss Hilda
Clontz presided. Mrs. Reynolds led
the Bible Study. The program,
Handel's Messiah was given by Miss
Anna Ilines. Following the business
session the hostess served ice cream
salted nuts and coffee.
-Florrie Currie is a patient at Dr.
Sidbury's Hospital in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Bowden visited
relatives in Wilmington Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dobson visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dobson In
Snow Hill Tuesday.
Attending the Womans Mission
ary meeting in Corinth Wednesday
were Mesdames C. B. Sitterson,
Willard Brinson, W. M. Brinson,
Dan Davis, Roy Brinson and E. V.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reynolds,
Mrs. J. A. Hines and Miss Lula
Hinson attended the N C. Sym-
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phony Orchestra concert in Golds
boro Wednesday. 1
Mrs. John Willard and children
has been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Bob
Sykes. t .
The following people attended
the dance review at B. F. Grady
School Friday night: Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Stokes, Mesdames Vance Gavin,
M. F. Allen, Bob Burgess, C. B.
Guthrie, D. H. McKay and David.
BASKET BALL TEAMS
By: FRANCES JEAN PATTESON
Last Thursday evening the Ke
nansville School Faculty . honored
the basketball teams and coaches
with a weiner and bamburgher
roast at Maxwell's Mill. The school
committee, wives and husbands of
the faculty and coaches were among
the guests. During the evening
gifts of appreciation for services
rendered throughout the basket
ball season were presented to' the
coaches. After all the appetites had
been well satisfied, the party re
tired to the lodge where dancing
was enjoyed by all.
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Henry Franklin Boney, 74,, died
at his home in Wallace at 10:45 on
Saturday night following a long
Funeral services were conducted
from the Wallace Presbyterian
church, of which he was a life
long member, at 3 o'clock Monday
afternoon by the Rev. W. B. Hood,
pastor. Burial followed in the fam
lly plot in Rockfish cemetery.
In addiUon to his widow, the
former Anna Carr, of Wallace, he
is survived by three children, Hen
ry F. Jr., of the home, David E. of
Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Fran
ces Blossom of Rocky Point; one
brother, E. G. Boney of Wallace;
two sisters, Mrs. I. N. Henderson
and Mrs. E. G. Wells, both of Wal
lace, and several grandchildren.
Officers of the Wallace Presby
terian church served as honorary
ROBERT JENNINGS CARLTON
Funeral services for Robert Jen
nings Carlton, 49, of Atlanta, Ga.,
were held from the Quinn-McGow-en
Funeral Home in Warsaw Tues
day afternoon, conducted by Rev.
Jerry Newbold pastor of the War
saw Presbyterian Church. Inter
ment was in Pinecrest Cemetery
Mr. Carlton died In Atlanta on
Sunday. He is survived by his mo
ther Mrs. Daisy Carlton and a
brother Vernon of Newberry, S. C.
and another brother, Gordon of
Rock Hill, S. C. He was the son of
Mrs Carlton and the-late--W Lt
Carlton, formerly of Warsaw. His
father at one time ran Carlton's
Cafe in the hotel in Warsaw.'
A. J. STRICKLAND
WARSAW, N. C.
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Funeral services were held "on
Sunday, April 16th at 3:30 p. m.
for George Deane Jones, five-day
old son 6f Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T.
Jones; Jr. of Monroe, Services were
conducted from the home of the
childs grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis T. Jones, Sr., by Dr. Green
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Cemetery in Warsaw. Surviving t
are his parents, his maternal grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Roark
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grandparents Mr. and Sirs. L. T. ,
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