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J Vlwv La u li
Vcv;s S;:!::n In
, The Beulaville Free Will Baptist
' church wu the scene of a ceremony
January 0 at 4:30 o'clock that uni
ted, Miss Edna Grace Brown, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brown
of Beulaville to Arland Mercer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. y ; Mercer of
Rev. S. A. Smith, pastor of the
bride officiated, using the double
: .ting .ceremony. - ). a-':
t A program of nuptial music wu
presented toy Mr. Joe Jackson, and
soloist" "Because" id traditional
wedding' marches were used with
"Jesus, Like A Shepherd Lead Us"
as a benediction.
Bridal .white and green decora
tions consisting of pines, Ivy, with
-baskets of white gladtoll, with
cathedral tapers in sevenbranched
candelabra. An arch entwined with
ivy, and fern formed a background
for the bridal couple. Family pews
wer marked with white satin jib
bon and white-burning tapers.
The candles were lighted by Earl
and Floyd Brown, brothers of the
bride. The couple, . entered the
church unattended. The bride was
attired in a powder blue dressmak
er suit with pink net blouse and
brown ' accessories.. She : wore a
; corsage of pink carnations.
. Mrs. Brown wore for her dau
ghter's wedding an aqua-blue crepe
dress with black accessories and a
corsage of white carnation
u ' Immediately after the wedding
ceremony the bridal couple left
for a wedding trip to unannounced
Mrs. Mercer is a graduate of
Beulaville High School and has
been employed at Standard Drug
Store la Kinston. Mr.. Mercer at
tended Beulaville School and is
engaged in farming in Beulaville
where the couple will make their
Mesdames Milton Cottle, Alton
Sanderson", Marlon Edwards, Ruth
Jones, and Bruce Turner entertain
ed at the home of the former on
Jan. 5 honoring Miss Arland San-J
aerson, a -recent bride, at a mis
cellaneous shower. The home was
artistically decorated with green
cry and white flowers. A delicious
chicken salad plate was served to
60 guests present :
CIRCLES MEET -
Circle No. 1 of Beulaville Pres
byterian Church meets -Tuesday
nignt u the home of Mrs. J, D.
Sandlln, Sr. ait 7:30. .-. w -A , j
' Circle No.,2 of Hallsvllle Pres
byterian Church will meet Satur
day night in the home of Mrs.
Irene Miller at 7:30. - - "
. . '
MILLER HDCTO MEET
.. - ( ' ' 1 i 'n i",.' ..;-
. The Miller;Home Demonstration
Club will meet Wednesday night
tn the home of Sirs. Kenneth Grady
ai v:au p'cipckv: j,4:'..s ;,;.
OMMITTED: The Honor Roll
for Beulaville School, 4th month.
was "received but we were -unable
to print it In this issue. Look for it
in our paper next week. .
(Mesdames Willie Jones and L'J.
Sandlln, Sr. spent several days in
Nov On Display
0 v , 1 l!aiCc On LiiiO
: kZlz UicJ Ccrs
, CASH OS FINANCED
kl i --. i '
C:d;vi!! j C!.:rci
' Jacksonville ' visiting ' Mrs. Alda
Eharpe. 1 -
vv Pfc Glenn Lanier of Ft Bliss,
Texas, is- spending the week with
his parents Mr. -and Mrs. Archie
Lanier, i .'
Miss Becky Thomas, ECTC spent
the week end with her parents.
. Mr. J. W. Jackson has returned
after spending several weeks in
Mr. and . Mrs. Harry Rouse of
Rose Hill recently visited Mr. and
Mrs. George Whaley. v
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sandlln, Jr.
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Smith j and children spent
Sunday at Madamaskeet
Miss Besaie Sandlln attended the
Inaniniratlnn rrf Dr. Marshall ftontt '
Woodson, Flora Macdonald college
president Saturday. . -
..Mr. and, Mrs. Anibrey Turner and
son of Pink Hill spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandlln.
Messrs. P. C. Shaw, Harry Home
Calvin Mercer, Temple Hill attend
ed State - William and Mary game
Friday night at the Colllseum In
Raleigh, t " ' , .
Mrs. H. S. Johnson of Rose Hill
visited Mr and Mrs. Jim D. San
dlln last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwards
of Hickory spent the week end with
relatives here. , . : ,
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Norrls and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Brlnson in Kenansvllle Saturday
night. , - -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews
and son were guests of Mr., and
Mrs. C. C'Rivenbark In Rose Hill
Sunday. Vv-v;,v X-. i
Friends of Mrs. Harry Jackson.
will regret to learn that she is a
patient at Duke Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horne and
children visited Mrs.. Dolly Home
in Rose Hill Sunday, f
(Mrs. Lula Parker and Mrs. Ruth
Sanderson shopped In Kinston on
Miss Blanche Harrell spent the
week end in Burgaw with relatives.
Mrs. SudUvBrown Is visiting rel
atives in, Edentin and Elizabeth
City. Y: :-":,wv-....
Mrs. Lula Parke visited" Mrs. A.
L. Cavenaugh in Warsaw Friday.
Pvt Leon Lanier of Camp Stew
art Ga. spent the week end with
his parents.- .:::"'''; ;;"
Mesdames Lloyd and Archie La
nier shopped in Kinston Saturday.
Vm .A. Blizzard
Rites At Cabin
William Arthur Blizzard, 58, died
Tuesday morning at his home , in
the Cabin Community after having
been in declining health for the
past year.,,. , :TV".' -
Mr. Blizard was at. work in the
field when" he complained of feel
ing ill. He sat down to rest a few
minutes when stricken with a heart
attack he died In the field.
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday afternoon at 8 o'clock
at the Cabin Missionary Baptist
church by Rev. Walter Goodman
and Rev. Sam Kennedy Of Beula
ville.- Burial was In the. church
cemetery. ' - -' :'
. In -addition to his wife the for
mer Minnie Dhue, he is survived
by one daughter, Mrs. Katheryn
- .7,N. C'
Futrell of 1'ink Liil; two sons W.
P. Blizzard of Kinston and Hubert
Blizzard of the home; and 12 grand
children.., . .
v. :.( '.( "
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE;
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM :
HEATER WELL CO., INC : ;
1 RALEIGH, N. C.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest,
are available thrbuch the Clinton
Farm Loan Association.
See or write ' DE WITT CARR,
Secty. Treat, at CLINTON. N. C
MALE HELP , WANTED J
.. Reliable man with, ear wanted to
call on farmers in Duplin County.
Wonderful opportunity. 15 to $20
In a day. No experience er capital
required. Permanent Write today.
. McNESS. COMPANY, Dept C
Candler Bid., Baltimore , Md.
JUST RECEIVED Carload Cement
Have in -'Stock Mortar . Cement
Lime, No.' 8 Roll Tin, Composition
Roll Roofinr. Doors,' Windows,
Drain Tile, Few Rolls Wire Fen
cing. - J. C BUSS, Warsaw.
M-4t C .
FARMERS: If yon want any pecan
trees yon had better 'hurry and
place your order. They will not be
available after March 30th.
. W. E. BELANGA, KenansvUe.
...LOST IN BEULAVILLE: Ladles
Bulova Gold Wrist Watch With
black band. If found please return
to Janice Bostlc, Beulaville, N. C.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed and duly qualified as "ad
ministrator of the estate of W. T.
Rackley, deceased, all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are
notified to present them to the
undersigned on or before the 17th
day of January, 1952 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make Immediate
This the 17th day of.. January,
1951. - , . - i
T. Rackley, deceased.
1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having this day qualified ns ad
ministrator of 'the estate of J. C.
Norrls, 'deceased,, late of Duplin
County North Carolina,- this Is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present, them
to the undersigned within one year
from last publication date of this
notice or this notice will be plead
ed In bar of their recovery. ;
( All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
. This the 17th day of, January,
1951., A - " , -
v J. L. Norrls, Administrator
of J. C. Norrls estate. '
TRAGEDY IN CALYPSO
; CONTINUED FROM FRONT
stairs bedrooms where thte family
was sleeping. The older child was
reportedly dropped out a window,
and Mrs. Bryan started down the
front stairs, but was evidently oyer
come by, smoke or flames, or the
floor broke in before she could
reach the puteide. : t ; ; i " .
Position of her body led fireman
to believe she was trying to reach
a dining room door which led to the
outside. She was found near a chim
ney in a corner of the room.
Mr. Bryan, It was said, on reach
ing the outside, ran around to the
front of the house, but couldn't
even reach the porch due to the
flames, and knew that Mrs. Bryan
had not been able to get out He
was reported to have made two at
tempts tp re-enter the bouse for
her, but was driven back . by the
fire each time. ; s :: -t -.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan' had pur
chased the house, known as the
old Britt nome place", several
months ago, and undertook an ex
tensive lempdellnf . ' When com
pleted some weeks ago, It was de
clared to be a ahowplace for that
section. All modern conveniences
had been installed, and decorations
were of the very best Only Satur
day afternoon a 2316 Inch screen
television set bad been Installed.
Several Mt Olive citizens ha1
vinited with the Bryans until abo
midnight Sunday. ' -
i:r. Bryan, until he moved fro
his former residence on N. CI.
street in Mt Olive to the I
place, had been c' alraoan cf .
Loard of con.;.ik-',oncrs Cir -,
president of the Ciil;-rso .
company, and tlie coi-i a wf " '
tneiit PHiT 3 cf . ft '
hh t ia WeulVM C. . : ; t-a tUe
Gu.. "juro highway in Li.... ion. '
Surviving,, in addition to-, her
husband and two children, are the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Graves of Kinston; five brothers,
Charles H. and Frederick of Mt.
Olive, Robert of Homestead, Fla,
George F of Kinston, and Father
Cranor Graves, Catholic priest of
Whltevllle.' , '
Editor's note: 'ine Duplin Times
and friends of the family In Duplin
extend heartfelt sympathies to Mr.
Bryan and the family. We had not
bad the pleasure of knowing Mrs.
Bryan but from all reports she was
a woman of outstanding character
who loved her Lord and tried to
live accordingly. She was an ideal
wife, mother and homemaker. She
will be missed by all who knew her.
We are hoping for the best for Mr.
Bryan and the children. Though
somewhat of a new-comer to Du.
plin,- he is rapidly establishing
himself as a leader In the county
as well as the community of Caly
pso; J. R. GRADY. . i
BASKETBALL TODAY , '
Kenansvllle basketeers will take
on the Wallace team here in Ke
nansvllle Friday (today) at 1:30 p.m.
- TO CREDITORS - " I
" Having this day qualified a-administratrix
of the estate of G. B.
Kennedy, deceased! late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this Is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Beulaville, N. C, oh or before
the 8th day of January, 1952, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make Immediate payment '
This 8th day of January, 1951. "
. . . Christine J. Kennedy, Ad
"mlnistratrix of G. B.
Grady -Mercer "
Attornew at Law
ARSENATE of LEAD
BURKS ' .
KINSTON, N. C.
"good ti::;;g3 to eat"
V, ' s V::.' n " '-
1.1 J V .
I. it Luzn LewUin by-x v.. . j l r
man. The Junior Red Cross; L
by Mrs. George ' Bennett, ri . i is
100 per cent envoUinent faes in
the colored schools of the county
collecting a total of ' (73.50. The
enrollment in the white schools
have not reached the 100 per cent
mark but as of date $161.47 have
been collected. The total collection
from the Junior Red Cross enroll
ment fees Is $232.97.
'.The Junior Tied Cross In the
white schools prepared 97 Educa
tional '' Gift Boxes . for shipment
overseas; and' is looking forward
to the week of March 12-16 when
an Interesting art exhibit will be
circulated In, some of the Duplin
schools. '.',;';,. '.'ivv,
The Fund Raising Committee of
the Red Cross will meet In Golds-
boro January.23rd with Rev. L. C.
Prater, Harry E: Kramer, and Dj.
H. W. Colwell representing the
Duplin County Chapter. ... ,;
. The nextexecuUva meeting is
scheduled ' In ' February when Mrs.
Marion Everett will- meet again
with the group.
Johnson Co!J:n Go.
, The Johnson Cotton Company of
Wallace, will entertain at (their an-.
nual John Deere kbow. Monday,
January 23 at J9:00 A. M. at the
Danca Theatre. ; ;'--r:i-',.v.-.f..-v.
About 300 people, are 'expected
to see the John Deere film show
ing all types of John Deera trac
tors .and machinery and bow its is
operated and best- adapted. : The
movie will Include the preparing
the soil and the cultivating for 61U
ferent crops. A short, comedy, will
also be shown. ',
After the show the guests will
go to the " Johnson Cotton store
where drinks will be served and
free prizes given away.. ..; ..
Dies Suddenly "
VMffai JlniM Wctl . KQ AltkA anil-
denly at TU home In Teachey Sun
day at 11:30 ajn.' following a heart
attack. Funeral services were con-'
ducted from, the Teachey Presby
terian Church Monday at 3 p.m.
by Rev. F. M. Bain, pastor, assisted
by Rev. E. C Watson, Baptist min
ister. Burial was In Rockfish Ceme
tery near Wallace.- Surviving are
his wife, the former. Viola Hart of
Monroe; three sons, Edgar James
of Chapel Hill, CpL Samuel H.
Wells USMC -Cherry Point Gene
L. Wells of the home; two brothers,
R. L and J. B. Wells of Teachey;
a number of nephews; a.slster, Mrs.
Charles a Boyden of Teachey; and
a. number, of nieces. -- t
Walter Maxwell, 67, died at his
home near Magnolia late Saturday
afternoon after a lingering illness
of several years. Z-, '
Funeral services were held at the
home Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
by Rev. K D. Brown, of Burgaw.
Burial Was in Magnolia Cemetery.
T i I . M 1 1- 1 - . , I 'lL.
former Daisy Strickland of Mag-
t e broUiur, Lena L.
, ell t, . Va.
Fa..li, ITannony,' and Truth are
M.-mif i of Mnn'h C ' na villE"
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'Such' A Good Suit...
to wear for seasons. Made of sheen gaberdine,
! master tailored. Sizes 10-20, and 18 1-2 to 21 1-2.
navy, black, dacia, grey, beige, pick, aaa, szJl
ired in group.
" " , , " ,
V, :r. , in Warsaw
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