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Mrs. Maude T.'&aZZ. KeFrtaU
and Mrs. L. K. AVaerman of
! Mil 'entertained the Magnolia
r claw and member of the
ckib with an outdoor cbk
, . y Tuesday night at Rose Hill.
1 ,e 18 present had a wonderiul
V i.e singing songs they had learn
e i l ..ring the test school year. They
j- - enjoyed having Marilyn, tbe
j tmsn'e daughter, entertain
j n several lovely pieces that aha
i played In her senior music re
cuwl presented at Wake Forest Uat
week. ' v-
Mrs. Avln Powell Mrs. Wlllard
Brinson and son Hiram and I Mrs.
J. P. Smith and daughter visited
Mrs. Powell's and Mrs. Brinson's
sister Mrs. Sd Evans and brother
i. P.. Tucker, Jr, in Wilmington
' Regular church service will be
held in the Magnolia Methodist
church. Sunday night, June 8. at
8:00. The Magnolia Glee dub will
render special music. . .
- Mr. and Mrs. Marion C. Sedberry
of Army Chemical Center. Mary
land, spent a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Croom. . . ?
Miss Lucille Hunt visited her, sis
ter Miss Helen Hunt and brother
John Hunt and wife over the week
end. Miss Lucille and Helen Hunt
attended tbeir slater Alice's grad
uation exercises when she received
her degree in law irom line univer
sity of North Carolina last Mon
day. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Grubbs were
dinner guests of Mr. , John R
Croora Saturday. - ' " , '
Mrs. Claude Sunday of GateevlUe
visited bar father, J. A. Smith for
a few days this week. She also vi
sited her father, J. A. Smith for a
few days this week. She also visit
ed aer brothers J. P. and A. Q., Je
rry and John Smith and wives of
Magnolia and Bay Smith and wife
of Harrell Store.
(Mrs. Bundy. Mrs. J. P. Smith and
daughter Linda visited Mrs. Ernest
Quinn at Potteraville, Tuesday.
They spent Wednesday with Mrs.
Doc Smith at Carolina Beach. On
Thursday they1 visited another aunt
Mrs. Eugene Carlton of Warsaw.
(Mrs. Ed Evans and daughter She
lia of Wilmington visited Mrs. Ev
ans father, James Tucker and her
sisters Mrs. Willard Brinson and
Mrs. AWin Powell for a few days.
faNier-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John
William .evens. ;."
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Chestnut
and children Sandra and Jimmy
ROSE HILL NEWS
Mrs. L. K." Alderman will leave
for Jacksonville, Fla.. Monday to
cstudy choral directory at the Jack
sonville college of music for a few
weeks. Mrs. Alderman taught mu
sic and was in charge of the Mag
nolia glee club this past school
year.; -.. , ,c '.' " i, :
Friends of Mrs. Loney R Xanler
will regret to learn she is a patient
In James Walker Hospital in wu-j&lngton.
Iter, and Mrs .A. D. Wood have
left for Watford City, North Dakota
where they will visit Mrs. Wood's
Honored At Tea
Mrs. W. H. Saunders and Mrs.
R. s. Troy paid compliment to Mrs.
W. H. Zawistowskt Wednesday aft
ernoon at a tea-shower at the at
tractive borne of Mrs. Saunders on
Center atree. Before her marriage
recently in tbe First Presbyteria-
an cnuron ia wumington, urs.
Zawistawski. daughter of Mrs. W.
B. Herring and the late Mr. Herr
Tbe borne iwas arranged with a
profusion of beautiful spring flow
ers. CM special interest was sn ar
rangement of pink roses and blue
larkspur which centered an anti
Mrs. Saunders greeted tbe guests
at the door. Receiving with Mrs.
L. E. Pope Furniture
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Zawiatowskl were her mother. Mrs.
Herring, and Mrs. Troy. The faon-
oree wore a shoulder corsage or
white rosebuds which was a gift
from the hostesses. She also re
ceived from the oostesses. crystal
In her bridal pattern. Mrs. Herring,
wore a shoulder corsage of nnx
The dlnlnc table was covered
with a hand-embroidered white li
nen doh. A crystal punch bowl
was placed at one end of the table
and an epercne filled with white
llllles. sbasta daises and gypsophel-
la flanked by crystal eandlebra was
at the opposite end.
Mrs. L. Clayton Herring served
rtch and was assisted by Mrs. C.
Faincloth. Jr.. and Mrs. W. H.
Fussell in serving individual cakes,
salted nuts and mints.
Mrs. D. B. Herring directed tbe
guests to the gift room where they
were received by Mrs. John A.
Moore. Mrs. H. G. Ward registered
tbe seventy five guests. Goodbyes
were said to Mrs. Horace ruaseu
and Mrs. Hugh Johnson, Jr.
Bride -Elect Guest
At Coffee Hour
Mrs. Earl W. Brian and Mrs. L.
A. Wilson entertained at a coffee
hour Friday honoring Miss Jerry
Norton, bride-elect, at the borne of
Mrs. Brian in Raleigh. Receiving
with the hostesses were the bride-
elect and her mother, Mrs. J. W. R.
Norton. Misses Barbara and Shir
ley Wilson received in the dining
room. The hostesses presented tbe
honor guest with a corsage and a
gift of silver.
Mary Ann Barden
Is Meredith Grad.
Mary Evelyn Barden, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bar
den, Rose Hill,. was awarded her
A. B. degree in primary education
with tbe related field of study in
social studies at Meredith college
She bas been a member of tbe
home Economics club, the Freeman
Religious club, the Education club.
tbe glee club and the Atroteton
Society. She was elected honorary
Soccer Varsity her sophomore year,
and served as summer sohool stu
dent, government president. . She
was chosen as one of the two senior
representatives to May court and
won the senior superlative of Most
Stylish. She also served as sec
retary of ber class this year. As a
part of the requirements for a
North Carolina A - grade teaching
certificate, she engaged In student
teaching in the Third Grade atioy-
lan Heights In the Fall. - -
spent Sunday with Mrs. Chestnut's
parents, Mr. ana Mrs. utuu
Mrs. John R. Groom and Miss
ir.i.r. n.mt !uWui a hridffe nar-
ty given by 'Mrs. Seabron Blair In
Wallace last wee. ,
-Mrs. Pauline Todd and daugh
ter Paula spent tbe weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Jones. Little Paula Is spending
am time with Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ton Chestnut. v
' . Mrs. Dallas Jones ana mrs. butt
on Chestnut visited Mrs. Jones'
IwfW nmmlH Itaravtak of Mt-
OHve at the Veterans hospital In
Ftayetteviue woere ne is enwaujr
111, last Thursday.
Mrs. L IV Pope visited ber dau
ghter, Airs, James sari u
New Bern last Friday. Mr. and Mrs.
Jones and sons Jimmy and Mike
brought her home and spent the
Mrs. Alvln Maready of Chtnqua
pen spent a few days with her fa
ther Leon Wilson. s ; -.
Mr. John R. Croom attended tbe
GOOD JOBS FOB
I2ICI1 SCHOOL GRADUATES
Miss Mary Ann Fussell. a member
of toe asb aonooi immh u -rived
to spend the summer with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Fussell. . . -
Mesdames E. L. Lanier and A.
B. Lanier visited Mrs. Loney R.
Lanier at James Walker hospital
Mrs. A. R. Teachey. Misses Bob
bye and Lyda Teaohey. Mrs. Gra
ham Fussell and Miss Lois Fussell
spent Thursday In Wilmington.
Mrs. Jerry Smith and chldren of
Fort Worth. Texas, arrived last
week for several weeks visit with
relatives here and in Baleigh.
ui. Bira mt ShirleV Wil-
son spent the weekend with Mist
Dot Smith at uarouna .
Friends of Mrs. Ed Cunliff will
i. ut.wtui n irnnw Mhm under
went an operation Friday morning
inasc louis noapiuu
i . -un.lv Mm Oinllfl be
fore ber marriage was Mist Betty
Wilson at Hose nm.
Daphne Ann Bordeaux, daughter
of Mr. and 'Mrs. A. B. Bordeaux of
Wallace, was awarded her A. B. de
gree in business with related fields
of study in economics and sociology
at Meredith college Monday.
She has been a member of To
morrow's Business Womens club,
the Glee club, YWA and served as
sophomore Marshall of the Philare
tia society. She was one of the two
representatives to the May Court
her freshman year.
Gets A. B; Degree
Mrs. Ina Gresham Murrell, dau
ghter of Rev. and Mrs, N. E. Gres
ham of Chinquapin was one of the
133 seniors graduating from Mere
dith college on June 4 with the de
gree of Batohelor of Arts.
Mrs. Murrell attended the Beula
ville High school, graduating from
the later in May of 1947. She en
tered Meredith college in the fall
of 1947 and has been a student
there since that date. She iwas mar
ried in August of last year to Mr.
Marlon Vann Murrell of Jackson
ville who himself graduated from
Wake Forest college with honors
on the same da(e as the Meredith
American Legion State Convention
Mrs. Gordon Lupo and daughter
Janet of Charlotte, visited Mrs. Lu
po's sister, Mrs. N.T. Pickett and
family Tuesday and Wednesday.
Bob Burton, father of Mrs. Lupo
and Mrs. Pickett returned to Mrs.
Picketts where be will remain for
the summer. He made his home
with Mrs. Lupo during the winter
k nr. m-.A .M-. Ti Vnnm nf White-
vUle visited bis parents Mr. and
Mrs. am jrope msi sjuiumj.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Pope of
U7V.it ,111 riHil Ail narnta Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Pope last weekend.
, The guest ot tar. ana mn. a. ju.
Pippin over the weekend were Mrs.
Virginia Boggs and son of Green
Sulphur Springs, West Va., Mr. J.
R. Boggs and son Tommy of Har
rodsburg JCentucky, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Boggs of Sanford. ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pippin visit,
ed Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Hooks, Jr.
college commencement. '
Mr. and Mrs. Murrell will move
to Wilson this week where Mr. Mur
rell will assume duties of Assistant
pastor in the first Baptist-ohurch
during tbe summer.
Tii3 YuwT Power
George D. Conant, commercial
manager of the Tide water rower
Company, retlrtd from active serv-
.health It was announced by a spo
kesman ox the company toaay. -
Connant bas been with tbe power
company for 13 years and bas been
actively employed in the utility In
dustry for over SO years. He went
to Wilmington from uote waies,
Fla.. where he was associated with
the Florida Public Service Com
pany. He is well known throughout
Southeastern North Carolina for bis
civic work and activity in industrial
development." ' '
His duties with the Tide Water
Power Company in industrial rela
tions and commercial work will be'
assumed by R. P. Andrews, Vice
president of the company.
' IN MOUNT OLIVE
Home or Wayne-Duplin
. Burial Association
Funeral Directors Embalmers
Ambulance Service Day or NUht
APARTMENTS" : .
.Warsaw And 1
Kenans ville , f
A. J. STRICKLAIID
PHONE tS .
VfARSAW, N. C
Mist Peggy Reid. attractive dau-
ehter of Mr. Carl T. Reid and a
graduate of Greensboro college,
has returned home for the summer
Miss Reid plant to enter Northwes
tern University next fall for fur
ther study in dramatics.
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Teaohey, Mrs.
Evelyn Ground and son, Allen, are
spending the week in the Sheffield
cottage at ToptaUJIeach.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Alderman,
Mrs. H. C. Marshall, Miss Katbrya
Bland and Miss Peggy Ward at
tended Miss Marilyn Alderman's
piano recital in Wake Forest Mon
day night. Miss Alderman was hon
ored at a lovely reception immediaT
tely following the recital.
Misses Carolyn Robinson and
Frances Dickson bave finished their
freshman year at ECC and are
borne for the summer.
Mrs. W. H. Saunders has return
ed from Red Springs where she
attended the celebration of atomni
Day at Flora McDonald college. She-
was present at the luncheon pro
gram whion featured a inaiiet aance.
Miss Anne Clark returned Friday
from Clarkton- where she spent a
week with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Clark. :
Mrs. Ida Hau of Charleston. S. C
spent tbe weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Wiln.
Mrs. Arthur Fussell and children
Adelaide and Kay have recently
Joined Mr. Fussell in Weldon where
they expect to make their borne.
Mr .and Mrs. J. Howard Cottle,
Mrs. Graham Fussell and Miss An
ita Fussell accompanied Miss Kath-
ryn Cottle to Greenville Sunday
for summer sohool at ECC.
M. F.ALLEI1. JR.
Kenansville, II. C.
Kenanaville's Only Insurance Agency
or waitlna to b fHoel ft) lb
U. G. POQCG ,
' Q ftislaStjfntf
? ' C,W(1 r'y rcci1 trairurj. Ears it
GEO. P. PniIaZII
. EAT- t r y
J t ,
an o 1 1' , .
me bi-"- is Ue -e .H
and Mrs. W iiliaun E. Ciitoa of
saw, and a recent graduate of Vi
aaw high school. ' ,
The bridegroom is the son of .
and Mrs. George Hudson e T
key, and is now studying Civil .
Sneering at North Carolina S1
SjegTfcurlng World War II,
served with the U. S. Army.
Immediately following the
mony the couple left for a wedd
trip, after wtoJwh they will m
their home in Washington, D. t
, for traveling Mrs. Hudson iw
a suit of petal pink linen with iwi
aacessories. . , .-.-'
Ushers were Bill Carlton, Jr. i
David Hudson, brothers of the bi
and groont ( . - ;
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MRS. ELWOOD HUDSON
Miss Claudia Elizcbih Carlton Is Wed To
Elvood Hudson In Johnson Church Riles
On Juna 3rd. foUowing the Sun
day morning Worship Service at
Johnson's Baptist : church, ; Mitt
Claudia Elizabeth Carlton became
the bride of E brood Hudson, using
the double ring ceremony. Rev.
Paul Mull was the officiating Mln-
pW tn me wedding Mra. R. M.
Brock rendered a program of nup
tial music, ber sister. Mist Betty
West sang "Because." t
At tbe conclusion of tbe ceremony
Mr. Robert Hudson, cousin of the
groom, sang the benediction.
Mystery Blast ip
' WILMDJCPON, me 1
quiet of the coastal asea Urt nl
bringing. deluge of lctuirirgt
pbone calls from an area 20 n
Aick with officer at Ci
Lejeune and Cherry Point b
brought reports ttoat ey were
ducting no operations Involving
plosion that could be heard
A similar blast rocked the i
about two weeks ago but auth
Ues were unable to, discover
cause or location. , ' "
Xbe blast was distinctly bear
Kenansville ' and ; other r Dui
towns. t T
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Mrs. Clarence Mnrpn;
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Magnolia, N. C.
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