Csss - Smiih Wedding Solemnized
In a solemn and beautiful after
noon service, the marriage of Mar
garet lone Smith and Charles Lind
bergh Bass was solemnized in the
Woodland Methodist Church of Al
bertson on January 19 at 3:30
o'clock with the Reverend D. C.
Boone, pastor of the 'bride of flclat-
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Palms, caldelabra, gladiolas and
an arch made a beautiful setting for
the wedding scene. -
iBrldal music was rendered by
Kyan G. Kornegay of Greensboro
uncle of the bride, and Miss Ruth
Sanderson of Beulavllle, pianist,
"Because". "I Love Thee," and
"The 'Lord's Prayer " were sung
by Mr. Kornegay.
White Satin Gown. V
The bride was given in marriage
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by her father, Harley Burton Smith
of Mount Olive. The bride's dress
was a lovely white duchess satin,
with an off shoulder outline of lace
with a net yoke, and tight bodice.
It was pointed in the front and
back with long sleeves ending in
points over the hands and a luu
She wore a finger tip veil at
tached to a Juliet cap of latice work
satin ' and carried a nosegay . of
! white roses centered with a white.
The iMaid of Honor was Miss
Mary Cornelia Smith, sister of the
bride. Miss Smith wore a gown
fashioned after the bride's of green
satin featuring an off the shoulder
neckline with a net yoke and full
skirt She carried an old fashioned
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nil of Iwenansviiie, ami .os
i (ilred Kornegay of Mount Olive.
Eddie Thomas Bass, Jr., brother
of - the bridegroom was best man
and ushers were Vernon Jackson,
Jr., and Dan Bass of Momeyer.
Mrs. Harley Smith, -mother of the
bride, wore a navy blue crepe dress
with navy accessories and an orchid
Mrs. Eddie Thomas Bass, mother
of the bridegroom chose for the
occasion a navy blue crepe dress
with black accessories compliment
ed by an orchid corsage.
The brides traveling costume was
a woolen crepe dress of royal blue
with black accessories. She wore
the orchid lifted from her bridal
bouquet- . -4 ;
Following the ceremony ; the
bride's parents entertained at a
reception w the onurcn recreation
After a short wedding trip, the
couple will make their bom In
The bride Is a graduate of B. F.
Grady High School, and Park View
Hospital School of Nursing. She
now holds a position .with Doctor
J. C. Brantley. The bridegroom
graduate of Spring Hope High
School served with the U. S. Navy
during World War II. He Is now
WMITEV1L(LE, Jan. 18 The
Waccamaw Bank and Trust Com
pany, with branches In 10 South
eastern Nortn Carolina towns,
gained more than three and one
half million dollars in deposits in
1851, stockholders of the institu
tion were told in their annual
meeting this week.
'Executive Vice President C.
Lacy Tate told stockholders at the
Hotel. Whiteville that "your bank
is now serving over 25,000 deposi
torsan increase of over 100 per
cent in the last decade."
Stockholders authorized ' the
board of directors to Increase the
number by three if they thought
such an increase necessary.
(Reelected as directors of the
bank were Dr. H. C. Sadler, of
Whiteville, C. L. Tate of Chad
bourn, J. S. Bowers of Whiteville
and Raleigh, W. B. Lennon of Fair
mont, B. L. Nesmith of Tabor
City and Glenn F. Ttrole of Chad
Tate told the stockholders that
the bank's , capital stock was in
creased from 200,000 to $300,000
during the past year by the trans
fer of $50,000 from surplus ac
count and the sale of $50,000 in
new stock to present stockholders.
Shares were Increased from 20,000
Listed at the meeting as one
of the major developments of the
year was the establishment of a
new branch of the bank in Beula
vllle. Tate said that the people of
thn ftMllaarilln nmimiinltv '4hm '
Justified their request for bank- j
lag service ay the volume of de
posits placed in the Beulavllle of-
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Paul B. Potter Associate
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When to occuionslly fedconidpated,
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Dr. Caldwell's Senna Luatrre tastei
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The Negro Duplin County Quart
erly Home Demonstration County
Council met Friday night at the
Miss Alee Hall of the Smith
Chapel Club President presided.
The meeting was opened by sing
ing Faith of : our Fathers, after
which the Collect of Club women
of America was repeated. -
Included In the business were
selection of delegate committee, for
the State Council, plans for
Achievement Day, Leader Training
Schools, and Farmers and Home
The highlight of the meeting
was a very Impressive candle cere-
Uegro 4-11 Council
In Kenansville School; Iknie Oificers
The Duplin County Quarterly 4-H
County Council meeting for Negro
4-Hers was held last week at the
Kenansville School at 7:00 p.m.
with Sen Miller, president presid
ing. The highlight of the meeting
was the installation of the newly
elected Officers and a panel discus
sion on parliamentary procedures.
Mr. A. G. Williams, principal
of Beulavllle School and local 4-H
teacher of the same, conducted the
The ne wofficers are: President
Vice President Albert Quinn Ken-1 The next County Council saeet
ansville Club; Secretary, Loretha'lng will be held the' 2nd Thursday
Eddie Woodard Beulavllle Club; in March at the Kenansville SchooL
INTENDED FOB LAST WEEK
Begular 4th Sunday services at
eleven o'clock Sunday School at
ten o'clock. All are invited to at
tend the services.
(Lewis W. Outlaw attended a Soil
Conservation meeting in Durham
last week. .Wv.,r-
Community Club held the regu
lar meeting in the school audi
torium Saturday night with M. L.
Outlaw presiding who called the
club to order with song service
and the chaplain Rev. L. C. Prater
cave the devotional. Mrs. Ernest
Dupree, Sec. read the minutes fol
lowing the business session. Mrs.
Bert a Criel directed the program
A meeting of the board of di
rectors is expected to be called
In the near future. : -
R. L. "Bob" Patlpn, Morgan-
ton educator and widely - known
humorist delivered the main ad'
dress of the evening.' He deplored
the ant of war and Dointed out
that the United States had spent
tnree-couruis oi a trillion aoiiars
in World War II.
Tate's report to the stockholders
included a tribute to the late presi
dent of the bank, K. Clyde Coun
cil of Wananish, who died on June
24, 1951. Mr. Council, prominent
in state political circles, served
as president and chairman of the
board of directors of the bank since
its organization in 1926.
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mmn Installinv t!iA now niters.
The new officers are: President,
Marie MaiCalop, Warsaw Club;
Vice PresWent-iah , Hill, Chin
quapin; Assit Sec Edna Wallace,
Wallace; TreasurerIrene Powells,
Wallace; Song Leader- Alee Hall,
Home Agent in Sampson County
Mrs. Dorothy T. Hargraves, Negro
conducted the Installation cere -
Seventy-two officers and lead
ers representing ten Home Demon
stration Clubs were present.
The next County Council will be
held on the 3rd Wednesday night
in March at the Kenansville School.
l!:!ds Qisrferly M:cl
1 Best 'Warsaw Club: Treasurer,
Clara Williams Warsaw; Song
Leader, Verona Kenan Kenans
ville; Allen Winley Seulaville; Re
porter, Nellie Wright Warsaw;
Recreation Leader, Swanella Boney
-Warsaw. , :. .
Included in the panel discussion
were the procedures to follow in
conducting a club meeting, how to
make a motion, obtaining the floor
Thirty-three 4- Hofficers attena-
ed the meeting.
of group singing, recitation read
ing and informal talks. The club
adjourned. v -
Miss Delia Hawkins of Leaksville
was guest of Miss Sallie Outlaw
Saturday niKht and Sunday.
Mr. and MrsAHert Carry Out
law of Kaieign spent sunaay witn
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Outlaw.
Mr. and Mrs. AHvt Nichols of
Sims were weekend visitors in the
home of Mrs. Eric Berges.
Dr. Russell Outlaw of Morehead
City spent Saturday night and Sun
day with the home folks. -
The young adult class held their
regular meeting in the church with
Elmo Blizzard, president presiding.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Outlaw were
hostesses Dr. Afcert D. Bell of
Rocky Mount was guest speaker for
the evening Droeram. '
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Outlaw, Miss
es Danny Sue Outlaw and Mary
Helen Burgess of Mt Olive visited
in the home of Miss Rachel Out
law Sunday afternoon. -
Mr. and Mi. Virgil Sutton spent
Sunday with relatives in Ayden.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Creel and
children of Deep Run spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Remus creel.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Casey of
Smith Chapel were among visitors
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker
Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Prater and
Cleo Outlaw attended the mid'
year board meeting of North Caro
lina Universallsts held In Magnolia
last Saturday, '-.:
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Simmons
visited relatives In Mt Olive Sun
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Mrs. Kachel Out!, s
nmr-read the minutes of tie le-
vlous meeting and (rave the treas
urers renort Mrs. Troy Kornrp.y,
.rtnnlln Hnme Anrnt presented new
club books for 1952 and gave the
names of the county project teaaers
in H. D. Club work also tneir an-
1 dresses which were written in new
. cum noosa.
: Following adjournment of the
club the hostess served refresh
menU during a moat delightful soc
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