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IZrs. V. iF. "Cal" MZler, News, AJir. Ee-resentatrve
33 S:::rs Receive D;;!:r.::s; Av;:rJs
PresenSul At Grcdiisling Exercises
Beulaville's 1951 commencement
exercise closed Wednesday even
ing May Sb with the graduating
address delivered by Mr. ; Y7. C.
Reed, -superintendent of the North
Carolina Baptist Otphuwge. ' '; ;.
On Sunday night proceeding the
graduation exercise, the baccalau
reate sermon was delivered In the
school auditorium fey Rev.-Step-ben
A. Smith of Beulavllle. Mr.
Smith was selected for thla honor
by a vote of the seniors.
At the closing exerdsee the Jun
ior were In charge of the candle
service. Bar. A. L. Brawn lead the
invocation. The salutatory address
was given by aenior Sybil Pickett
and the -valedictorian wat Mary
Grace Jones. ' ''.?
Grady Meneer Introduced the
speaker, Mr. Reed. Following bis
address Principal Ray Humphrey
presented the medals and the diplo
mas. Frier to. the recessional the
class sang "A Perfect Day." Mas
cots were Kay Smith and Thomas
D. Tfchjpen; pianists were Mrs.
Rhem Taylor and I. E. Jackson,
Chief Marshall was Nancy McWm
onter and her assistants were Doro
thy Edwards, Rayburn Lanier, Mur
phy Tbigpen and Bamona Batch e
Medals were presented as fol
low: emjUsh, Nancy McWhorter;
mathmaltics, Bewftt Miller and Lou
Ann Neiherwutt; geometry, Nancy
McWhorter and Murphy Thigpen;
most athletic. Pate Wesson and El
sie Hall citizenship, Rayburn La
nier; ealutalttorlan, Sybil . Pickett;
valedictorian, Mary Grace Jones;
scholarship, , Mary Alton Brineon,
dramatics, Joe .Jackson: ., history,
Mary Kathryn Edwards; science,
Lucy Gardner; agriculture, 'John
Gordon Jones; Borne Economics,
Mary Alton , Brinson and Janice
Smith; typing, Mary Grace Jones;
piano, Joe Jackson and Patsy Al
derman; and voice, Ruth Sander
son and Joe Jackson, ,. . , .
The following 38 seniors receiv
ed their diplomas: '"y':
OElwood Batts, John Forbes Cot
tle, WwMus Cowan, Gerald Edwards,
Roger Everton, Lloyd Futreal, Wll
lard Hardison, Joe Jackson, Milton
Kennedy, Norwood Kennedy, Wil
ton Lanier, Ellle Rae Maready, Ber
nell Miller, Bruce Sanderson, Len
lal Williams, Colon Whaley, Jean
Brineon, Hazel Brown, Dinah Eu
banks, Cleo Futreal, Ruby Hall
Margaret Johnson, Mary Grace
Jones, Evelyn Kennedy, Fannie M.
Mercer, Dorene Netheroutt, L1'
Nell Netheroutt, Margaret Pickett,
Sybil Pickett, Dorothy Raynor, Lo
uise Rdbinson, Mary Ida Sandlln,
Reha SiVar. Regina Thigpen, An
gela Faye Williams and Helen Mur
phy. , . ' . .
The Mercer family reunion was
held Sunday May 6 at the home of
Mr. Calhoun Mercer of BeulavUle.
A picnic lunch was served on the
town and a vast number of relatives
and friends were present,
Among the out-of-town guests at
tending were Mrs; Laura North, Mr.
and Mrs, Norrls White and daugh
ter of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Mks
Swaln, Wilmington, Mrs. Eva Stan
di M tui Mm firmer Haaon and
(family, Emm it Standi, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Benfxo ; Kendy, Mr. , and
Mrs. Eddie Carraway, Fannvuie,
Mr, and Mrs. Cedric Hales, Fre
mont,, Mrs. W. N. Batts, Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscco Kennedy. Nor
folk, Mr. and Mrs.. Graham Ren
if m. Lucama. Mr. and Mrs. ; Jay
Kennedy, Jacksonville, Mrs. Johnny
Rachel Mercer, Raieign, ana mis
Victoria Kennedy, Kinston.
The reunion Is an annual affair
and has been held at Beulavllle
for several years. v
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. The senior class and their In
vited guests enjoyed the day at
Onslow beach Thursday. Everyone
carried a picnic lunch.
. , ' .' 5XH GRADE
Members of the nth grade class
enjoyed a beam party and picnic
at Onslow beach recently. Mrs. Ray
Humphrey, Mrs. Hazel Miller and
Mrs. . Ann Croft chaperoned the
Mrs. Kathrya Baitoall, class ad
visor, and members of the senior
class had a picnic at the cliffs of
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'f '''CJnle Ko. I ',
Clride No. 1 of the HallsvUle
Preabyterlan women of the church
met Saturday afternoon In the
home of Mr. George Summer, Mrs.
Kenneth Grady presided. Bible stu
dy The First Commandment" was
taught by Mrs. Ralph Miller. "Mis
sions in The Congo", the survey ar
ticle was discussed by Miss Lois
Evans. Following the benediction
the hostess served chicken salad,
cookies and Coco Colas.
' Circle No. 2
Circle No. -2-of the HalUville
church will meet Saturday night
with Mrs. Herman Miller.
Mrs. A. L. Brown has returned
from Charlotte where she spent
several days with Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Brown, -
' Ratali rBo Thomas. USN. Nor
folk,' spent the weekend with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. . Tho-
Mrs.' Evelyn Whaley of Ralebrh is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Falson Tho
mas end Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Wha
ley. -' i-. :
. little Beriny Ray Thomas is re-
cnpeMtlh kf Ws name following a
tonstlectomy. ' . .'
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Quinra re
turned to Chapel Hill Sunday fol
lowing a visit with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Quinn.
. Miss Sue Lanier was a weekend
guest of Mia Polly Wesson In Pink
HilL -'V4y,v w,:-': : Jo
. Mrs. Orvls Thigpen, Mrs. M. M.
TWgpen, . Messrs. Murphy, Jerry
and Benny TMgpea shopped in
i Mr. and Mr. Leonard Nether-
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J Imagine cooking I
convenience like this I
Each even ii Mpa
rata each has, its
own beat . control
plenty of room for,
ail normal iwedi.
Jutl . drop cantor
vnit to Ms poMom
position ond you
have om alanl
i, ti-fg'i,- , evea. Big enowah
, ,' for a 30-lb. Ivrkay.
cutt and Miss Betty Grey Nether
outt of Rocky Mount were ' week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs, J, D.
Jackson. e. . ' '
St. Clinton Campbell was home
for the weekend and. Mrs. Camp
bell and son accompanied him to
Camb Stewart, Ga., where they
will reside. m : . i ", ,,; '.
Little Lonnie . Thigpen Is con
fined to his home due to Illness, ,
Mrs. Vallie Campbell was a re
cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R
Campbell In Goidsboro.
Mrs. Larry Bostlc and family and
Mrs. ' Dorothy Bostlc spent last
weekend in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Baysden of
Kinston visited Mr. and Mrs. Kir-
by Whaley last weekend.
Mrs. Winnie Bradham and daug
hter Beueley spent Sunday with
her lather, Mr. Bill Guy. .
(Mr. Ralph Thigpen is recuperat
ing In Feyetteville hospital fol
lowing a heart attack. -
i Mrs. C. A. Miller and W. D.
Brown, ullsses Mary and Polly
Brown made a business trip to
Kinston Saturday.1 , '
Misses Rebecca Thomas and Pan
els Edwards of ECC Greenville
spent the weekend with their par
ents. ... v.,.;.-
Mrs!' Grover Miller of Norfolk
visited 'relatives at Camp Lejeune
and here last week.
... Mrs. Maurice Grady and Mrs. Th
omas Smith and daughter returned
with their husbands to Georgia
Sunday and will reside near Camp
Miss Rosa Belle Miller of War
saw spent .the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bland Mil
Mrs. P. E. Thigpen, Jr., and Mrs.
Rolln Thomas left Tuesday to Join
their husbands at Camp Stewart,
Ga. . ,
Bdnby Kennedy EOC Greenville,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter of War
saw, were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kennedy.
Mesdames Sidney Hunter, Or
lando Albertaon, Hosea Hunter and
son and Mrs. Charlotte Sandlln
and daughter left Friday for Camp
Stewart where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thigpen spent
lass- 'weekend- with Mrs. 'Thlgpen's
parents in Farmville.
Mis Daley Burman will spend
the ; summer with relatives hear
Warsaw, :"'.'' '
(Mr. Clyde McDonald remains a
patient in a FayetteviUe hospital.,
Mr; and Mrs. Leland Grady and
family were weekend guests, of
Mrs. tna Bailey In Carthage. J) .
Misses Lou Ann Netheroutt, Jen
ice Bostlc and Betty Lanier, Messrs
Stanley BMtchef, Perry Williams
and Walter Goodman wen recent
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeone MUle ,-:-'1'-- -
- Mesdames H. L. Cavenaugh of
Warsaw, Mrs. Jimmy Kitchln and
family of Virginia Beach, Norfolk,
Mrs. James Cavenaugh. of Golds
boro were Thursday dinner . guests
of Mrs. Lula Parker.
Miss Blanche Harrell of Burgaw
and Miss Kathryn Wall or of Mt.
OUve have. returned to their home
where they will spend the . sum
mer vacations with their families.
Both are members of the Beulavllle
school faculty. , . . ,
"The best way af saving; for a
werUnf maa la the Payroll Savins
Pisa for the purchase of V. 8. Sar
ins Booda." That Is the story from
thoasaada of employed persons who
are today helping- their e ran try and
themselves aa well. It la also the
opinion of a eoople in Niagara Fans
Who made a down payment on a new
heme with Savings Bonds, They are
ew patting It per east of their pay
bite Savins Bonds so that they eel
bay a bakery. Tea too eaa tralld roar
ewa ratare by signing ap tor the Pay
roll Barings Plan where yea work, or
af Bolf-em played, the Bond-A-Month
Tama at year bank.
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Deluxe ,'?CI 7JC.
" ' nref Imm ef lis Kind I Two eoaoplato
( " earn) er one big evea la kst e twirAaeg..
'v'f "' ... v-' Wowyoocoonoirupcaitorolalwlw coko,
pork chop wHfc pie-er broil and bake,
o4 lbs saose Mao hi the saaos efeaw
.y.i"-sr.vn - !- ' . : j
; L t Oet Tbooe Orhor AaVaojogsa, Teal
oevi'.fjl aew atrbaa n. aew Cook Moitofi
1 - Clook Ceasfpj fot frees yew froas evea.
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On Pine Trees
Cause Brown Look
By Thoa. S. Rhyne, Jr
Farm Forrester ,
.Many farmers and landowners
nave noticed that their pine trees
are turning brown on the lower
limbs and In the tops. Very probab
ly, this is caused by a needle cast
. Dr. John S Boyce of the Division
of Forest Pathology, U S. Forest
Service, Asheville, N C, recently
made a trip through this section
collecting specimens of the needle
cast disease Although this disease
looks very bad, Dr. Boyce said that
it should cause very little damage.
Insects have not been known to
work trees that may have been
weakened by the disease No trees
have been known to die as a direct
result of the needle cast; therefore,
it is not necessary to cut the di
seased trees. The area affected by
the disease extends from Central
Florida into Pennsylvania, accord
ing to Dr. Boyce. It is not just a
: Anyone who is Interested in hav
ing their wood lots examined be
cause of this disease or anything
that may follow can get a free ex
amination by contacting Thomas S
Rhyne, Jr., Farm Forrester, White
ville) N. C . :r'
Season In 51 Years
. Mr. Tom McGowen of near Ke
nansville says this is the best sea
son on tobacco planting he has ev
er experienced. Mr McGowen said
he sowed his bed in land that had
a cover cop last year. He plowed it
up last fall and ut plenty of weed
killer on it When sowing time came
he put plenty of seed and said he
never saw the like of plants that
came up and grew as well
"V . a
Tar Heel farmers who seed rec
ommended acreages of permanent
pasture per animal unit in 1991 will
be awarded letters of achievement
Or appropriately Inscribed plaques,
S. H. Dobson, pasture specialist for
the State college Extension Service,
announced last week
Plans to honor the State's "Green
Pastures" farmers were' approved
recently by the State USDA Coun
cil, composed of representatives of
all agricultural agencies.
Farmers who seed at least 1 1-2
acre of Ladlno clover-grass pasture
per animal unit will receive pla
ques. Those who seed one acre per
animal unit will be given letters
of achievement. In mountain coun
ties and other areas where special
conditions prevail, alternate stand
ards will be set up.
The 10 counties Which have the
highest percentage of farmers to
qualify for the awards will be rec
ognized with appropriate trophies
or certificates. Counties In which
60 per cent or more of the farm op
erators receive plaques will be de
slgnintated "Green Pastures" counties.
Community and county commit
tees will be set up to promote the
program, which is designed to stim
ulate further interest in the State
wide "Green Pastures" campaign.
The goal is at least 2,000,000 acres
seeded in improved permanent pas
Certificates and awards will be
Issued by .the State Rules and
Awards Committee upon certifi
cation by chairman of county com
mittees. Certifications are to reach
the State by Septe ,vt -i
Stand an t quality will I t a
sidercd ia i... 'dug the awards, L o
nn said Fertilisation and man; e-
Your Money Buys t:ro J Eri!.L j
THAT YOU CAN AFFORD
Ott Step 7&Utt4
He started out setting bis tobac
co and each day he set out a nice
shower fell that night He's been
planting tobacco now for about 81
years he says, but has never before
had such good luck as this season
Mr McGowen is one of the old
timers who never gets too old to
learn. He farms the modern way
and is recognized as one of the best
farmers in this section.
BANISH PIMPLES. ACNE.
FOR. ADOLESCENT SKIN
Th. nw Hlraela Skin MJicln for
MlolMctiiM and grown -tip, too. Dn
nit improvement In juit low 4y.
Try it today! Then to Bothins better
nnywhere at any price.
12 at your drat (lata or aend bills, money
order or check to
Warsaw Drug Co., Warsaw
Clark's Drug Store, Warsaw
Brewer Drug Co., Pink Hill
' STANLEY BRATCHER V
Stanley Bra tocher, son of Mr.' and
Mrs.. . Marlon Bratdher. of Beula
vllle has completed his basic train
ing in the U. S. Coast Guard. His
hefadquartera are now in Norfolk,
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