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Mrs. W. g. "Bud" Miller, lews, Adv. Representative
firs. Lillian XL Harrell of Bur-
v has announced the engagement
t Her daughter. Blanche, to Mr.
'.temple Hicks Hill of Beulaville,
f.a of Mr. and Mr. C. H. Hill of
iulariette. : y, ; !:;
A July wedding is planned.
' The Woman Missionary society
met Monday night in the church
auditorium with Mrs. Louise 'Brown
member of the young ladles
group presiding. Staring In Middle
America, program of the month.
was dismissed and Mrs. Luia J. .
Parker Jed the business discussion.
The group was dismissed with pra
yer, r '.' r "
Miss Lanier Honors
Ijs. Perry Williams
Miss Betty Jean Lanier and her
mother, Mrs. Raleigh Lanier, en
tertained in the Lanier home Fri
day night, June 8, honoring Mrs.
Perry Williams, bride of June.
The iltvifMF Hinin am BHrihMl
decorated with arrangements of
Mrs, M. M. Thigpen led a num
ber of games. .
Guests were invited Into the liv
ing room where the table was over
laid with a lace cover and held a
center arrangement of out flowers.
Assisting the hostess with serv
ing punch, cookies, outs and pota
to chips were Mrs. Rita Keefer,
Lou Ann Netheroutt and Ramona
The honoree was presented sil
ver coffee service by the hostess
and showred with lovely and useful
gifts from her hosts of friends.
- Sixty guest called during the
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Batts, bride
and groom of May were honored
Saturday nght when Mrs. Roy Ex
um, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Phoebe
Exum, Mrs. Ray . .Mitchell. Mrs.
Pauline Exum and Mrs. Caroline
Johnson entertained in the home
of the former with a miscellaneous
shower. . . . - -
The home was decorated with
summer flowers. -t:
An umbrella showered' with oao-
kages filled with, lovely and use
ful gifts was given to the honorees.
The hostesses served chicken sa
lad on lettuce, crackers, nuts, cake
and coca colas to the 111 guests.
' CIRCLE I, Presbyterian Women
of the church of Beulaville, will
meet Tuesday night June 19th with
Mrs. M. M. Thigpen.
i CIRCLE II, Presbyterian women
of the HaUsYillePresbyterian
church will meet Saturday night,
June 16, with (Mrs. W. L. Miller.
Ma end Mrs. Henry Johnston
were weekend iguests of ,Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Thtgpeib f 9 i
Little Sloan and Lonnie Thig
pen are visiting their grandparents
in St. Pauls. - -w
Villfenis - Bostic
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Bos tic
annuonce the marriage of their dau
ghter, Janice Carolyn, to Perry Wil
liams on Sunday, June 3.
For her -wedding the bride chose
an ensemble of Navy - linen and
The bride attended Beulaville
school. The groom Is the son of
Mrs. Peania Williams Blinard. He
attended Beulaville school end is
now stationed at Camp . Stewart,
Ga.. with the U. S. Army. -The
newly weds will make their
home at HinesyWe, Ga.
Ora Lee Home
M.F. ALLEI1, JR.j !
Kenansville, H. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Home of
Faison, announce the marriage of
their daughter Ora Lee to Pic.
John Forbes Cottle of Camp Ste
wart, Ga.; on June 2, in Conway,
s. u. ....
The bride hose for her wedding
an ensemble of navy blue. .
The oride attended Warsaw bbtb
school. The groom is a graduate of
Beulaville school and is with, the
U. S. Army in Ga. He Is the so it of
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. S. Cottle of Beu
The newly weds will make their
home in Ludowici.
Jr., u w. j
dim, Sr. a i v. j 4 nu : . .
Un were among tne invited guests.
Miss Mary Jane Gresham of Beu
laville has accepted a position in
the office of F. W. McGowen, coun
ty auditor in Kenansville. She at
tends the Womans College in Green
sooro. sne is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Gresham.
; Prices Up - Sell For Cash
DELIVER OUR PLANT U
VAYME AGRICULTURAL WORKS, INC.
SOUTH JOHN STREET, GOLDSBORO, K. C,
Chapter DAR Meets
: The Colonel Thomas Johnston
chapter, Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, met Tu'Wy aft
ernoon June Stb with Mrs. Ray
Humphrey. Mrs. Lou Belle Wil
liams and Mrs. Ida Miller were
Joint hostesses. Mrs. Harry Vent
ers of Richlands, Regent, was pres
ent. . .
The home was ensuKe and dec
orated with arrangements of cut
flowers in pastel shades. Mrs. Wil
liams introduced the speaker, Mrs.
Henry L. Stevens of Warsaw who
spoke on History of Duplin Coun
ty. Mrs. Stanley Koorace gave the
secretary's report. The hostesses
served iced drinks, cheese crescents
and frozen dessert.
The next DAK meeting is sche
duled for September.
Messrs James and John Miller
were honored Sunday when mem
bers of their families entertained
at the borne of the former. The oo
cassion being their 35th birthday.
A naroecue and picnic dinner was
served on the lawn of the old J. L.
Miller home. The dinner is an an
ual get-together of the family. A
white and pink cake topped with
ping minature tapers was used in
the center of the table. Approxi
mately 60 people attended. : .
CHURCH WOMEN .. b
. The Women of the church met
recently and studied Missions in
the Belgian Congo. The study was
led by Mrs. Ethellne Cupp. Mrs.
M. M. Thigpen, president, presided
at the business meeting. Mrs. Lou
Belle Williams gave the secretary's
report An offering was taken for
the Congo, cake and punch were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and
daughter Marie entertained the
senior class of Grantham school
recently with a formal banquet and
dance at the 2 o'clock -club. Class
colors, red-and. white were used in
the decorations of red roses, white
giaas ana omes throughtout the
Miss Marie Brown Invited the
guests into the dining hall where
fried chicken, f reach fries, toma
toes ana leuuce, roils, see cream,
cake and tea were served to the
seniors, faculty members and their
invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jer-
; REFRIGERATOR T& -l p A ' n
!! tlTie beautiful new
, Plenty of space and the right kind of cold
for keeping foods safe from one shopping
trip to the next.
Near zero cold for
41 lbs. of frozen '
foods in the full-
Plenty of usable
pao for safe stor
age of all your
verydoy foods. '
Twin HydVatort keep
3 J bushel of fruit
ond crisp for day.
3 (!.eie feahiretlA'anew Tilslnl
elwie-griUee DeoUMsy Gotclwbs)
.reel snehree Ice Trey
v1SMi.ft.efs'- sir ' wk
Mr. Kenneth Lanier of Mobile,
Ala spent several days last week
with bis mother, Mrs. Lila K. La
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas of
Wilson spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Jackson.
Lt and Mrs. Larry P. Bos tic and
family of Camp Stewart, Ga., spent
xast weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Bostic. Little Mary Frances
Bostic remained for a lower visit
with her grandparents.
iMrs. Lila K. Lanier is visiting
Mr. ana Mrs. Morman Williams in
Miss Mary Jackson of- Favette-
ville spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson.
Mrs. John G. Kennedy and Mrs.
Clifton Quinn made a business trip
to Kinston Wednesday.
'Mrs. Bill Bostic and Billy Bostic
nLi ri i W
auu mis. ouuuy mown nave gone
to Norfolk for a visit of several
Messrs. J. D. Bandlin. Harry
Home, Jim D. Sandlin, Aubrey Tur
ner and D. W. Brawn enjiyed a
fishing trip to Sneads Ferry re
Sgt. Fitzgerald Bostic of Camp
Stewart, Ga., spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Friends of Ralph Thigpen are
happy to know he has returned to
his home from the veterans hos
pital in Fayetteville. . , . ,.
Messrs. Raybourne Kennedy and
Bernell Miller and Misses Doreen
Nethercutt and Dianah Eubanks
went to Topsail Beach Sunday.
irar. ana Mrs. Bin Hussev. Jr..
and daughter of Wallace. Mrs. Mar-'
garet i;ampoeu and daughter. Bun
ny of Fuquay Springs, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Fountain of Jacksonville and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brinson of Ke-
nansviile visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
a., urinson Sunday. . . . ; .
Mrs. Aubrey Turner and aon r
nax ntu spent Thursday with her
mower, Mrs. J. u. Sandlin. . ;
unr. ivae Mauawell remains a
patient in a Fayetteville hospital
Misses Lenan Frances Alderman
and Kate Muriel Boggs and Messrs
Eldridge Thigpen and I. J. Quinn
and Richard McDowell merit Sun.
day in f lorehead. ,.i .
Pic Alfonzo Quinn of Fort Jack
son, S. C, is spending some time
witn nis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
ion Quinn. " -.v-f ;.' - ; i
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Shaw. Tem
ple Hill and A. F. Shaw , have re
turned to their home from Caro-
v.en of i w 1- a are vn,.,' i her
parents, Mr. aiiJ Mrs. Ivy eiiier-
Mr. and Mr. J. E. Keefer and
Mis Betty Jean Lanier shopped In
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gresham and
Miss Mary Jane Gresham visited
Mr. and Mrs. Blanch ard Fuliord
in New Bern Sunday.
Mrs. Pearl Sandlin spent last
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Quinn In Wallace. .
Mr. J. Dj. Jackson made a busi
ness trip to Kinston Monday.
Mrs. Elwood Quinn and son Da
vid have returned to their borne
from a visit with Mr. and Mr.
Kolin Thomas in Ludlwigi. Ga.
set. and Mrs. Carlton Sandlin
and daughter Sherry of Camp Ste
wart, Ga., were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandlin. Sherry
remained with her grandparent for
a longer visit. .. -. "-- -'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Humphrey and
family spent Sunday at Topsail
Beach. . "'
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller and
ton Billy, visited relatives in Wal
lace Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thiooen are
visiting relatives In Raleigh. - '
Little jay Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Brown of Kinston
is visiting hi aunt, Mrs. Edward
Brown. ,-: -w ;,;TlH'vt. . .;. I
Mrs. Orxo Thiaoen and daughter
Ada have retored to their home
following a visit with her parents,
kov. and Mrs. J. 1$. powers In St.
PaUl. ; ,. -:t - -.;.:;.;.
wua. Aaonui Jones is still a na-
uenr in a lunston nospitai. .
Mrs. D. C. Fussell of Penderlea
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Cottle. r- -, .
Cpl. Glenn Lanier left Friday
for Camp Stoneman, Calif, follow
ing a vjslt of several days with
his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Miss 'Betty Jean "Lanier spent
last weekend with relatives In Gold
Mrs. Cronley Hanchey of Wauch
ula. Fla. is vistlng Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Sandlin and other relative
' Sgts. Billy Maurice, Dave Snyder
Gene Sam and Cpl. Howard Clark
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Sandlin. Sr.
Miss Madeline Cottle of Greens
boro was a weekend guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cottle
" imt. and Mrs. W. S. Jones. Mrs.
Harry Home and family enioved a
sea food dinner in Sneads Ferrv
OUIKWy. i - , ....
(Mr. and Mrs. Roland Norriss ae.
companied Mrs. Raymorne Batoh-
eior ana Mrs. John Forbes Cottle
to ueorgia last weekend.
Mrs. Mamie Batrars. and Mr Wll.
lie Fedora shopped in Kinston Mon-
Mrs. J. D. Sandlin and Sherrv
auu jurs. Auorey Turner and son
spent Sunday afternoon at Tonsail
Mrs. Lou Belle Williams nnH Mtit
"Lou Jackson attended the Sineer
sewing class in Goldsboro Thurs
day. Mrs. Richard Bostic and family
are spending some time with her
mother, Mrs. Zaba Albertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. Ashe Miller are spen
ding several days in Ashevllle.
Little Cary James of Wallace
Is visiting Mike Miller.
Mr and Mrs. James Miller and
family left Tuesday morning for
Baltimore, Md, where they have
an appointment at John Hopkins
hospital for; their little son Jimmy.
Mrs. Lawrence Henderson has
returned to her borne in Rose Hill
following a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Batchelor. " : . - -
Miss Patsy Quinn' has returned
to her home following a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill in Cam
den, S. C. v
Little June Miller 1 visiting Mr.
ana Mrs. BOHDy srown in Norfolk,
V. ---V '
Mrs. Vance Clodfelter of Warsaw
spent Monday with Mrs. J. G. Ken
- Mrs. Zollle Batchelor U visiting
n. u. onoiar in uoiaaooro..
Mr. and Mrs., A. L. Cavenaugb
of Warsaw were guest of Mrs. Lu-
la w- r,arier.'JJ.'--" ,'r ''
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brown of
iNoraouc, va.. and Rev. and Mrs.
A. L. Brown were, Sunday dinner
guests ox Mr. and Mr. William Bos
tic. .,. .--,-... -,." ,(--..
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams
of Raleigh were weekend guests
ot Mrs. josepnine u. Kennedy.
nl at I.
limir lie.e, j .s. 1 -a L,
riel received her A. i o. ee i i
marv education with delated stu
dy in fields .of religion, sociology
and aeoeraihy. v ; '
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Quinn of Chin
quapin were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Edwards.
Miss Bessie Sandlin of Jackson
ville spent the weekend with her
mother Mrs. I. J. Sandlin,. Sr. ,
Friend of Mr. Leonard Gallag
her resret to know her sister. Mrs.
Carl Ulrtch is ill in the family hos
pital in wuanuco, va. r , i .
(Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and
Mr. and Mr. Henry Rvenbark of
Warsaw, Mr. and Mr. J. G. Ken
nedy and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
Quinn were at Topsail Beach Sun
day. . ,
Two " Beulaville boys received
their BS degrees In Pharmacy at
the graduating exercises of the Uni
versity of North Carolina in Cha
pel Hill last week. They were W.
W. (Billy Gresham, Jr. and Lloyd
Milton Whaley. both graduates of
Bf'-viiie hiah school.
Billy is the son of A. Walter and
the ittie Louise Crawford Gresham
of Beulaville and Milton is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ohnle Whaley of
Beulaville. .. , . ..
Milton is married to the former
Nlta Murriel Baker and they have
one son, Donald. He has accepted
a position with the S Points Drug
Company in Hayes-Barton section
of Raleigh. ,. . : .- (
Billy has accepted a position with
sisseue urug store in Wilson.
Among those from here attend
ing the graduation exercises were
Mr. Walter Gresham, Mr. and Mrs.
Onnie Whaley, Anne Gresham,
Kate Boggs, Judy Muldrow, Mes
dames Gardner Edna Edwards, S.
A. Pope. G. S. Muldrow. J. D. San
dlin and M. M. Thigpen. '
Russia's coal reserves, while in
excess of one trillion tons, are ap-
Eroxbnately SO per cent of those
i the United Statees. , .
More than one and a quarter mil
lion ton of bituminous coal were
shipped from the port of Rochester
N. Y., to Canadian ports last year.
Mrs. M. M. Thigpen of Beula
ville left Tuesday morning to at
tend the Farm Bureau Leaders tra
ining school in Raleigh. Mrs. Thig
pen be been elected a publicity
chairman for the Farm Bureau from
this district. She was appointed by
Duplin Farm Bureau president Le-
Roy Simmons. Her nusDana, tne
late M. M. Thigpen, was very active
in Farm Bureau work..
1 -Mrs. Thigpen was . accompanied
to Raleigh by Mrs. P. E. Thigpen,
sr., and niey are staying at the
Hotel Sir Walter. .-;,At .,.pr;.
Invitations Issaed .. -e
Mr. and Mrs. Toble Mercer ,
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage : ::",.' ..
of their daughter 'iX,?
1 ' ' ' , Naomi '.4 .;t & ' '
Mr. Bryan C. BaU of Kinston, N. C.
on sunaay, the seventeenth of June
at the Cabin Free Will Baptist
. Thaiik You
Bituminous coal mining In the
United States Is an industry of i
some H.'OuO mines of commercial
size located in 30 states. i
A coal-carbonization product 1
now being used as the starting
point for making, synthetic Corti- " -sone,
the mirvwrle dmig.
Experienced preQrerred but not
easentUL . - ,
I4v I -BARBECUE ' . '
WE DELIVER DIAL $961
;..v Kinston -
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Tet your beU go. Kilroy. We'll get
you uorner one..,
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.J But drive in here first for a service job that'll
assure you a summer-ful of drivia fleasure.
V;.';.'v:;Vu-'.':','';i'';; r '. -
We're always ready to service your car, give you
free road maps then send you breezin' along !
, Kenansvills .
I:, You might be in an
accident any day
. are you sure that you
, have adequate cov-:
erage for any emer-
' gency? 5. Remember,
that fate .plays no
', favorites. '
... She read that laundry ad months ago and
. - '-; . , se;. . ', ''- ' '". ' ' '' '. . '' - i
.v-''-' - ' i'-V' 'W' V-"' a ' v
has been sending our wash there ever since. She
says they do expert work and are reasonable too.
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Diy Cleaners .
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