Mrs. W. F. "Bud" Miller; News, Adv. Representative
!r. And Mrs. JEckson Entertain About Church Y,'c:n
125 Friends At Barbecue Suppsr i Sidy Cclhiizms
. . ' . ih har niMnti. Kv. uircie u numuw njwi
Am l"e ri?"S"5rSr s 7 Kinta:arv and dauehters of, There were W present to enjoy
Cpl Cecil & Hunter oMMth;
r. Mm R E. Oulnn of Raleiah, Steve Singiejry ana oaugniers
Mr Macy Moore and ton. James Ciarkton
flallle of Bowden; Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Roupter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Hall, Mr. end Mrs. George Waller,
Mr. and Mrs. ' Dennis Brock of
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Foy
Jones and son of Midway Park; El
mer Jackson, U. S. Navy.
CdI Leroy Kennedy. .CpL W1I-
man Thomas of Fort Dix, New Jer
sey, spent last week end witb relatives.
the chicken salad, pickles, crackers,
I . . . 1J I AL.
cup cax.es, ana tea serveu iqr uio
; Mrs. D. Q. Watson and daughters
of Smlthlield spent several days d;hte Laurel
MRS. M. :M. THIGPEN
K ' BeeiarUle N. C.
WAKSAV N. C.
Miss Rebecca Thomas has been
confined to her home suffering
with a virus infection.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Fussell and
daughter Wanda were recen tweek
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thigpen and
and Teena ,or
Bethel and Miss Calesta Thigpen
of Raleigh were recent week end
guests of M M. Thigpen. . On Sun
day they were guests at a family
reunion dinner and supper at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Orzo Thig
pen. Also attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Orvls ThiBDen and family.
Yates Dodson of U.N.C, Chapel
Hill and Goldsboro spent the week
T. Y. Dobson. Yates is to graduate ,fHjA f.lf .
in June and is now doing his prac
tice teaching In Goldsboro High
Friends of Mrs. Nora Smith are
pleased to know her condition has
improved following a hemorage.
Adolph Mercer and Maurice
Home. U.S.CjG. has been spending
a 10 day furlough with their par
ents. I M . John Home accompanied Pvt.
and Mrs. Roland Edwards to Au
gusta, Ga.. for a visit of a week and
Quinn County FIIA
Rally In ftichlands
The Beulavllle Chapter of the
Future Home makers of 'America
acconwanied by our chapter moth
er, Mrs. Ernest Quinn and advisor,
mim Cornelia Oulnn attended the
Quia County F. H, A. Rally
in Hlchlands recently. Duplin,
Jones, Pender, Sampson and Ons
lowwere represented. ?
At 10:00 o'clock the meeting op
ened. Alice Manning welcomed
the guests, proceeding greetings
by R. Q. Leek, Richlands principal,
Q. B. Hudson, Onslow County sup
erintendent and Charles Huffman.
The speaker 01
the morning was the Richlands
Methodist minister. Various clubs
had candidate speakers for offices.
Golonda Cumnrtngs from the
Beulavllle Club waa a candidate
for vice president.
After lunch the election was
held. Then several clubs present
ed skits and music for entertain'
The newly elected officers were
installed as follows: Burt Walton
of Jacksonville; Song Leader, Mil-
. "ri i , i i.. i ... .....bdred Tanner of Jacksonville. Fol-
end by Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood1 lowing the Installation,ft i offlc-
Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Garvey and
son of Decata, Ala, Staff Sgt. and
Mrs. John R. Garvey, Pensaeola,
Fla., Mrs. Paul Garvey and family
of Wallace were recent guests of
iMi . and Mrs. Bob Batchelor.
era led the emoiem service
.the meeting was adjourned.
Q radarf snerawg Menwdt
Gsaslas rerJ Parts
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Batchelor and
1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bat
(chelor and father Joe Batchelor of
Klnston recently visited Mr. George
I Batchelor and Mrs. Will Rogers in
the Samoson County hospital.
Lt. w. G. Jones or ocean uity.
N. J., has been spending three days
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W.
G. Jones. '
Mesdatnes Bill Carroll. Herman
Miller, Emmett Clarke, Ralph MU-
ler, Gardner Edwards,- Ashe Mil
ler and S. P. Bostic attended the
meeting of the Wilmington Pres
byterial at Flora McDonald Col
lege, Red Springs, recently.
Mrs. Delmar Houston and Mrs.
Bob Batchelor were recent Klnston
Mr. and Mrs.' Norwood Carroll
and family of Durham and Mrs.
Charles Carroll of Warsaw were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Carroll. U '
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Edwards
spent several days in Columbia,
Myrtle Beach and Newberry, S. C,
last-week visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Rushie Williams
and Mr.- and Mrs. Ivy Nethercutt
enjoyed a seafood dinner in Sneads
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Batta and
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Batts visited
Mrs Claude Banks In Klnston Sun
day. . . -:J,..
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis and sons
Gone and Davey of Charlotte were
recent week end guests of Rev. and
Mrs. A. Ij. Brown. - ' .
Mrs. L. G. Whaley and Mrs.
Ervin Lanier were recent Klnston
Miss Angeles Williams of Wash
ington.. D. C. spent several days
with -her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mary Grace Jones of Col
umbia, S. C, has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones. -
Mr. ana Mrs. ugene wnaiey ox
Rockingham were recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Faison Thomas and
Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Whaley.
Mr. Raybourne Kennedy is spen
ding some time with Mr. and Mrs.
Vance Clodf elter in Winston-Salem.
Mr. and I lrs. L. C. Miller were
i,i - of-, n t.rt ni. New nostess hxonav alternoon wnen
Jersey has received orders to re-. they entertaim 1 out of town friends
port to Seattle, Washington, May with a fish fry near Burgaw at
8 for overseas duty.. He left Beula-: Kroons bridge.
vllle with the JTaUonal Guard' iMrs. Gladys Green Mr. David
Unit. Received sis training at green, Clarkton; Mr. tend Mrs.
O-mp Stewart, Fort Benning and BlU Eikln of Hallsboro; Miss Rosa
FortDlx.v BH!e Miller, Wlarsaw; Mr. Una
' Hunter. W, Is the only ehfld of , Mrs. C. A, MlUer Mr. and Mrs.
Set and Mrs. Sidney Hunter of Aubrey Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Fort Dix and Beulavllle. Hia wife, J. Miller and son Billy, Miss Mavis
i. m.i r lbwrtuin Brown. Gordon Miller and Dr. S.
a. rupfl were aiming tnuoe ircscui
for the delicious supper and to
pull the siene. , ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Al
bertson. While he is away she
will reside with their parents.
McSAD Ralph Bo'Thoman, TJ.S.N.
Circle I, Presbyterian Women
of the church met Tuesday evening
with chainrtan. Mrs. M. M. Thig
pen, for the first meeting of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Tho- new church. Mrs. Thigpes ' opened,
mas recently returned from an with prayer followed by meditaUon
extensive cruise, visiting France, "a ." in wui -.
a i- - m..i imm Mnits short business meeting was held
Crete andotterpliceeof Interest! nd plans made for the years work.
The cruise was In the nature or a """ " uu"
Good - WU1 Tour, tt Included fd eo-chalrman. Mrs. Harry Jlorne,
Rock of . Gibraltar, The Vatican Seerefcry and Mrs. Ivey Nether
ln Rome, PompeiL The Leaning treasurer Mrs. Aubreyohn
Tower oi PlsV Salerno; Syracuse ston -wm iead Bible study during
and in Northern Afrto where he toe year. vThe study will be book
engaged In basket ball, Ms favorite f CoUossians. She gave the first
sport Tin" lgh school - study at this meeting. Making anJ
left the states September 17. asslgiment for the group to study
1951 .assigned to the "Megara" as brfore the May meettog During
a machinist, returning to the states the discussion Mrs. Gardner Ed
April 3. Following a month In wards gave an interesting review
Norfolk. Va, orders assign him to, J an article found In the Presby-
The reu. - "" e .T.A. met re
cently tor a i Kieetlt ? v
president, Jai- s j -Her, preo' " J.
The Rhythm i ri from p. F. L.
Norrla, Kiss Jo ton. and l.iS. Kay
Cuppa first graces and the bU 1
school band presented a splenuid
A report was heard from the
nominating committee. Mrs. S. A.
Pope, -President; Mr. Russell- Lan
ier. Vice President; Mrs. Andrew
Jackson, Secretary; and Mr. Ii imoa
Pjvis, Treasurer. These ouicers
will be installed at the May meet
ing. Room attendance price went,
to Mrsw Cupps room. ' ,
.(Following the adjournment the
hospitality . . committee served de
licious refreshments la the school
- Mr. and Mrs. Ashe Miller enter
tained members of the senior class
and their invited guests, members
of the high school faculty and their
husbands and wives.
Chicken stew, potato salad, cup
cakes and tea waa served. ,
Following the supper, dancing
was enjoyed. Charlie Newmans
band furnished the music. .
June Wedding For
Mr. and Mrs. Tbaron Bfescoe
Quinn of Beulaville have announc
ed the engagement of their daugh
ter. Norma Faye, to Richard Fred
erick Williams, son of Mrs. Charles
Beasley Williams nd the late Mr.
Beasley of Beulaville. The wedding
will take place at the Beulavllle
Presbyterian church on Sunday,
June 8th. ,- ; .
Miss ' Quinn Is a graduate of
WjC.UN.C., Greensboro and is In
charge of the Commerce Depart
ment of Beulavllle High School. Mr.
'Williams attended UiN.C. at Chapel
Hill and Is now engaged in farm
ing near Beulavllle.
terlan - Survey, emphasizing the
monthly theme . Higher Education.
Refreshments were soft drinks,
home made candies, toasted outs
and assorted cookies and crack
ers. Mrs. L. C Jackson will be host
ess May 12 with the Circle meeting.
Circle II Presbyterian Women
of the church met Tuesday eve
ning with Mrs. Lou Belle Williams.
Mrs.. Ray Cupp, chairman opened
with pr:iyer and meditation on
S. SaCr.cns G;Ij
Overseas Orders Cs
" Sgt. Erum Simmons of 150 AAA
Bn. Btry. B., Fort Dix, New Jer
sey has . received orders to report
to Boyon, N. J. on May 18 for Euro
pean duty. Simmons left with
the Beulaville National Guard
Unit receiving training at 0;mp
Stewart Ga.. and Fort Dix.! New
Jersey. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Zollie Simmons of Beulavllle
and his wife Is the former Lena
Bell Raynor, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tony Raynor. . While be Is
over seas she will live for a short
while with their parents and will
protably join Dun overseas. ,;
The Young Ladles Circle of the
Beulaville Baptist church met Mon
day night with Mrs. V. F. Miller. .
Upon arrival, 'greetings were
"We are Going To Hawaii" and
everyone was presented a colorful
Lei. Mrs. O. S. Thigpen presided
and opened the meeting with "He
. e jer-nUim rooms. , X.
1 1 s i f'r
i of red ro es.
....ot prizes were awar-
jimmle Jingle Sarst
i Fresh from the even.
That is the tale
Our baked goods telL
v. . , . Abo i I ' " ;
5 Coccinut, CLsctlate; I
.jueraon, izzzzi, -
Pinearjle er.i CczzS'
' ta Chocclzta C&kcs
. . 'i'lUi. - ' ' ;
Cocoanut Apple, , ?
Peach, Cherry Pcta- 1
, to and Merirjue.Pies-
,ln Lnion, Chocolate t
and Cream, .
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR WEDDING,
i BIRTHDAY AND PARTY CAKES
I ' KINSTON.N.C. I v
' iDewitt Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Miller was winner Jn
Beulaville school mathematics con
test sponsored by the University of
CIS YOU3 F03D
A Frozen Food Locker Short)
Course will be held at North Caro
lina State College from June 16
through. June 1, 1952.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller en
tertalned at their borne Sunday
honoring sons. Tommy 12 and Doug
10 on their birthday. The lovely
white cake held pink decorations
and lighted tapers. A barbecue
and picnic lunch waa served Mr.
and Mrs. C. IX Thomas of Kenana
vllle, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith of
Pink H11L Rev. Sam Hayter. Ken
ansville; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hum
phrey and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ashe Miller and son, Mr. and Mrs.
John Miller and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
James Miller and family, Pat Nor
rls, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. - Aaron Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Miller and
The honorees : were showered
with lovely and useful gifts. .
- J Lb. Roll Reeling ....
"c!!o Siding ID
"crr.en Drick ID
Harriet Ann Pope
Ilos Birlhdoy Hunt
i: Or. and Mrs. S. A. Pope enter
tained with a party and egg hunt
Honoring then little daughter Har
riet Ann en her 6th birthday,
The cake waa white with- pink
decorations and candies.
Kennedy, Seaton Matthews. Joe
and Mike Jackson, Agnes and Brea
ds Lanier, tmiy Miller, Len,. Billy
and Pat Summer, Vivian Norton,
Jimmy Sandlln, Jean Campbell,
. Mum wivAaM. .wwrw m.u
Miller, Phil and Floyd Lee Brown,
Sue and Micky Quinn; Shelby Mil
ler and Sammp Pope. Mesdames
Dot Sandlln, Lula Muldrow, Archie
and York Lanier, Red Miller, Earl
Morton, Elvis summer, Anna Mem-
tei ana miss Ductus xnomae. ;
Harriet Ann was a recipient
many, lovely glXta. .
Mrs. Bob Rhue, Mrs. Rollle Al
len, Miss Minnie Evans of Wilming
ton, Mr. Kenneth Mayberry of Fay
ettevllle were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Evans. Mrs.
A. W. Sanders of Wilmington had
been a visitor in the Evans home
for a week returning to her home
In Wilmington Sunday ,
Mrs. Richard Bostic and Mrs.
Bob Brown m:de a business trip
to Camp Lejeune Monday. t f
Mr. and Mrs. Rlcriard Bostic and
Mrs.1 Bob Brown made', a business
trio to Camo Leleune Monday-. '
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Byron of
Edenton .were ' - Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Macon
Brown and Mrs. Sudie Brown,
v Sgt. aod Mrs. Sidney ' Hunter
have returned to Fort Dix, New
Jersey following a visit with rela
tives here. , .
Misses Mary Jane and Edna
Earl Gresham of Greensboro were
week end guests -of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gresham.
r Billy Gresham of Wilson spent
the week end with his father Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Quinn and
daughter Jo Anne spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs.
. Friends of Mrs. T. R, Quinn are
pleased to know she has returned
to her borne from a Klnston hos
pital. '"' ' . . ' V" v
Among the mem Deri oi toe Beu
lavllle W.M.V. attending the meet
ing at Rowan church last week
were Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Brown,
Mesdames Orzo Thigpen, Elwood
Quinn. Lula Parker, Rena W, Jack
son, Andrew Jackson, Jay Thomas,
w. d. urown, uauae waae and
Rev. end Mrs. A. L. Brown were
In Smithfield Saturday night to
attend the music recital of their
little granddaughter, Sandra DaiL
Mrs. Parry Williams and daugh
ter Johnnye Gay have gone to Fort
Dix, New Jersey , where they will
reside while CpL Williams, is star
tloneq with the U. S. Army. ' :: ; .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coston of
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. F, Miller Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. F. L Norris made
a business trip to Goldsboro Tuesday.
made for - the 'work of the new
year and Mrs. : York Lanier was
appointed secretary and Mrs. W.
F. Hinson Treasurer. Bible study
teacher will be Mrs. Lou Belle Wil
liams and the study will be the.
book of CoUossians. Mrs. Phoebe
Pate give a review from the Sur
vey article on Higher Education.
The .hostess served strawberry
short cake and coffee to the 24
s-.ith I- .,. vi.n. Lives- On- High'? in tune of Aloha
mra.. ijvuiser onicoer lea m pray
er i assisting Mrs. Andrew Jackson
and Mrs. Jay Thomas with the de
votional. "Hawailans are Ameri
cas Too"., the - program of the
montti was developed by a number '
of those attending. . A report on I
"Community Missions" was given .
by Mrs. Miller, and plans made for '
additional personal service work. .
The hostess served toasted nuts,
fruit- cups with strawberries and
whipped cream and coffee to the
17 guests. r -4 ,
Mrs. Horace Brinson
Recipient 01 Gills
- Un Hnn-ce Brinson was the re-
Every-. ciplent of many lovely and useful
l gilts wnen - jars. ahutow i.ouuuii
i Sa-.'f-. ... m v
"'Music , students of Mrs. Rhem
Taylor will present a music reci
tal Friday night, Ml. y 2 at 8 o'clock
in the school auditorium,
one Is Invited to attend.
$5.00 Electric Iron ..;-....::...$3
$1.00 Yccdtury Shsmpso
1 Pt 70 Rubbing Alcohol
400Squibbspjre 5gr. Aspirin..$1.C3
1 00,, 1 -Grain S - chrin .1: . .7?c
50c Ipana Tcolh Paste. ........!,.37c
ALFALFA and TRIOTIIY
fastis To Wl'iV
The Hallsville Baptist W.M.V,
met Monday -, night . with Mrs.
Claude Wade. ! '
Mrs. Warren Kennedy, president,
presided. The group sang "Morn
ing Light is Breaking" followed by
t!.e Devotional and prayer by Mrs.
J. S. Sandlln. The program of the
miTth, "Bawallafla are Americans
': o" was developed by Me.1ames
rfl Lsoler, Bob Quinn, IZorae
, 1' -bert Brown, -Ellis iirinsor.
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