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Elosic Rtcifal Treniendous Success
Mis Jessie Moore and Mrs. H.
E. Latham presented ..their music
students In a recital on Thursday
end on Friday night at Row Hill.
After the recital, a reception was
iield In the lunch room. Ushers
were' Mrs. -Marvin Teach ey, Mrs.
lEldon Brown, and the Misses Caro
lyn WeU and Patsy Cottle. - '
The high light of the second
eight was Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite,
-with Mary Vann Wilklns assisted
fey Mary ... Ellen Surratt, Dianne
Southerland, Janet ' Allison and
Jane Wilklns with Mrs. A. D. Wood
.as narator. 11
Among the performers in the
long ' and varied programs were
Dan Fussell, Robert Carr, Bap-
oara ana catnertne ttianonard,
Marsna irusseiL Nancy Wells
Nancy JPnssell, 'Mary Jane Carr,
Polly Janes, Dora Smith, Anne
Blanton, Valeria Carr, Ljda La
tham, Geraldlne FusseL Robert
carr, Hazei sasser, jerry Carr.
jean juiowies, ' Margaret cotton.
Victoria Carr, Dan Fussell, Billy
Teacney, sue ana reggy Fussell,
sianiey MarreiL isveiyn wlUcma.
Walter Price, Emily Wood, LyCi
L.atnam ana a group of first and
second year students.
Yomans Club Installs Hew Of icers
Report $241 Raised In Red Cross Drive
The Rose Hill Woman's Club
net Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. B. Cotton, with
Mrs. Clayton' Herring and Mrs.
- Horace Ward assisting hostesses.
The club was opened with club
hymn, sung by the group and pray-
-er led by Mrs. R. L. Carr. Busi
ness was transacted and Mrs. W.
G. Brummitt reported $241.00 was
' raised on the Red Cross drive.
were made for the club for the
;Mrs. D .B. Herring, one of the
charter members of the club. In
stalled the officers for the coming
year. Mrs. James D. Fussell, Vice
President; and Mrs. W. G. Brum
mitt, Secretray. a.
For the program, Mrs. D. B. Her
ring read a paper on the history
oi ine state Legislative Council.
A social hour followed, at which
chairman of the Cancer drive. I time a delicious ice course was
Mrs. H. W. Farrior was reported served. .k?v;..:.;
attending the State Federation of
Woman's Club Convention. Con
vening In Winston-Salem. A re
port was give of the Executive
Board Meeting, at the home of the
President; at which time plans
- DR. H, W. COL WELL
Wallace, North Carolina
Office Phone: 2051 Residence: 3446
Mrs. Lu l a Herring and Mrs.
Ethel Johnson went to see .Mrs.
Laura Boney and Mrs. Annie Carr
who are patients in James Walker
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington,
last week. . .. a.
The Cumle Fussell and Claire
Mallard Circle of the Rosa Hill
Methodist Church, met at the home
of Mrs. R. R. Marks, Monday after
noon. . ...;-.i--..s.r
Devotional was given by Mrs.
Oscar Fussell.: .. Twelve members
Mr. Charleton Cherry of Char
lotte in spending some time with
his grandfather, Mr. C. C. Moore,
ana nis aunt, miss Jessie Moore.
Miss Doris Horne- and i sister.
Madelyn, are on a 10 day vacation.
They are touring Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Price and
family went to see Mr. Price's fath
er, who is very 111, in Monroe, last
week end. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Surratt. Jr..
and family, visited Mrs. Surratt's
parents at Gold Hill during the
week end - -
Mrs. O. D, Fussell Is visiting her
parents, Mr. , and Mrs. Owens of
Dunn, this week. . "
Mrs. Grlce of WilmlnBton visit
ed her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Carter
Miss Bobble Teachey. a student
at Mars Hill College, spent a few
days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Teachey this week.
Those attending the burial serv
ice from Rose Hill for Mr. Dennis
D. Ramsey in Wendell, Sunday
were. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ooooer.
Circle No. 3 of the W.M.U. of
Corinth Baptist Church met April
21 at the home of Mrs. Leo Mat-
UeWS. t. Wi.;
The program began with a sons.
"Sweet Hour of Prayer", by the
group, followed with a prayer by
mrs. xiua nryant. Devotional was
reaa oy Mrs. Ira Fussell and Mm
Graham Johnson. . "Hawallana Ara
Americans Too,' was the topice of
me program siven ov Mrs. e n.
Baker, J, A.' Hollingsworth, George
oianwn, ieo Mattnews, Ira Fus
sell, Luia Bryant, Claude Rogers,
i-ran jnaiuiews ana J. ft. wiiiinmn
Closing prayer was said by Mrs.
izranam jonnson. ;. s -
After the meeting, the hostess
served a delicious course of Ice
cream, cake, salted nuts and tea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jerome. Mr
and Mrs. Bennle Herring?. Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Arnold and baby, Mrs.
Ethel Johnson. Mr. Hank Saunders.
Held Fussell, Dan Fussell and Her
Mrs. Robert E. Lanier and on
Bobby of Wallace visited her p ar
eata, mr. ana Mrs. Knodes Young
um iug tne wees; ena.
Dinner guest of Mrs. Laura Bar
ren and Mr. Dan Reld, Sunday,
were Mr., and Mrs. Charles Teach
ey and sons Charles III and Wayne,
Mr. ana Mrs. x. K. House and child'
ren, Marlon and Bo, Mrs. Etta New.
ton, Mr. Carl Reld and Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. Harrell. -
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Potter and
Danny of Jacksonville, visited Mr
Music Recital In
Wilmington Coca Cola
Wilmington. N. C ' '
Garnet Wilson; Duet, In the Park,
Barbara Ann Taylor and Mrs. Al
derman; Solo, Carry me back to
Oe Virginny and Lieberstraum,
Deborah Wilson; Song, The Sweet
est Story Ever Told by Garnet Wil
son Barhara Tnvlnr inH Pumv c.c.
Music pupils of Mrs. L. K. Alder-' ser: Solo. Mlnnpt onH s,,
i.au auu iviia, x. 1M. XVUKeiS Ure- in I MAInr hv rZArnlrlinA Ufturn.J
j . , . . . , .. . . t J "J Ub.w.u...V AAUnaiU
seiueu a joim piano recital rnurs-Duet, Dance of Spring, Oneal
a a inagnoua ocnooi unestnutt and Sue Batts; Solo,
nuuuu"1""' starlight Waltz and March of
The nrosram was a follow,- Rnl I n.om.es. Barbara Ann Taylor; Solo
Grand Father's Clock by Geraldin SeTLZlt rT m7
it,,,,..,i. t iti n-i ' oeen and Minuet In G.. Mosa Mai-
rortn7n Bred ttarVuSta 1 ffineMa WV?'
by iosT'Mlpassnd SMS'Sg-j "'
man; Waltz of Cs and Gs by Shelby, chestauttGlef rtoh ulS
Batts: Serenade Seheeberv Marv' h"eitnu"' Glee Club-Mv Her
Ann Lnnioi" Viu.ii Cnin r;iv.if k;m t y "Uaay.
accompanied by piano duet. Dor
othy Casteen; Under the Hawiian
Moon by Mary Catherine Bass:
Song by the 7th Grade, Palmeto,
Mexican Folk Song and America
the Beautiful; Solo, There's Music
in the Air Nancy and Dixie. Cumv
Sasser; Merry Laughter and The
Swollow by Geraldine Chestnutt:
Duet, A Happy Occassion, Mary
Mrs. L. E. Pope
Summer flowers were used for
decorations at the home of Mrs L.
P Dnno llr. J J ,
Bass; Magruka. Sue Batts: Solo.
Toreador Song and Londonderry
Air, Ann Pope; Solo, Waves of the
ijanuoe, imeal Chestnutt; Solo.
Evening Bells and The Streamliner,
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Alter scores were tallied "Mrs.
C. H. Pope was presented a double
deck, of cards for high score and
a First Aid Kit for floating. Miss
Betty Home received candies for
tow score. Mrs. N. T. Pickett won
a clothes sprinkler for second
high. , . .
The hostess , served 'cherry pie
moae, nuts ana coffee.
Met Monday Night
Mrs. AbbW Smith and Mrs. Al
vin Powel were joint hostesses at
tne woman's Civic Organization
meeting Monday night at the home
of Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. L. E. Pope, the president
called the meeting to order and
Mrs. Melvln Pope read the min
utes and gave the treasurer's re
port. The program followed with
Miss Betty Horne speaking on the
topic "What la Education' and
Mrs. Jack Joyner reading a poem
on the subject of "School".
The next meeting will be on
May 12 in the home of Mrs. L. E.
Pope with Mrs. Melvln Pope hos
tess. Mrs. Abbie Smith and Mrs.
Melvln Pope will be in charge of
this program using the topic
"Styles and Clothing'' for discus
The hostesses served Ice cream
roll, nuts and ice water to the 14
Mrs. J. E. Tucker
Mrs. J. E. Tucker was , hostess
at a Stanley party at her home on
There were eleven present and
gifts were given everyone. Other
gifts were given for various con
The hostess ss e r v e d pimento
cheese sandwiches, mints, nuts
and soft drinks.
Mrs. A. Q. Smith booked a party
to be held at her home on May
zu. Everyone is cordially invited
Prances Hever. a Junior at Flora
McDonald College, - represented
Flora McDonald,; Home 'Economic
Department . at the wookshop In
Greensboro this week end. '
Miss Heyer is President of the
Home Economics Club, Custodian
and Reporter for International Re
lations club. She Is a Veteslan and
has been elected Treasurer of the
1952-63 Senior class. '
nd Mrs. S. A. Sanderson on Sun
ay. -.iii i
Week end "guests of Mr.' and
Mrs. Ben Bivenbark was Mr. Riv-
eribark's sister, Mrs. J. C. Miller
of Warsaw. On Sunday. Mrs. U
S. Quinn of Warsaw, Mr. Jimmy
r-enny wi nenansvuie, jars, uauae
Kivenbark, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Teaohey Wd Mrs. Louise Carr of
Rose HiUVislted Mr. and Mrs, Ri
Mr. and Mb. Paul Carr of Hills-
boro visited lit. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Ward Farriot attended the
State Federation of vfaman's Club.
at Winston-Salem last week. -
Mrs. Fannie ; Murphy sod Miss
Sadie Murphy were guest rf Mr.
O rH lira r - T. rtatrla HIahjIaH
Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald . Carr
w weenviue , visitea tneir Dar.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Robin
son and Mrs. Adell Carr.
On Sunday Mrs. Fannie Mur
phy and Miss Sadie Murohv were
oinner guest oi tne Hev. and Mrs.
Wilbert Batten of Ooldsboro. In
the afternoon they attended Mem
orial Service in honor of Mrs. Bar
bara Murphy Teachey, which were
held at the Belfast Pentecostal
Holiness Church. : . :.
Mr. Manley Sanderson of Scot
land Neck and Miss Syble Oglesby
of , A. C. College, Wilson, spent
the week end with Mr. Sanderson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. San-,
Miss Mary Ann Fussell of A. C.
College,- Wilson, spent the week
ena with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Bonham and daughter, were
Mr, and Mrs. Alton Cottle and son,
ft m Hurgaw.
Roll Is Given
The following pupils In the Rose
Hill School are eligible for honor
roi ror the eighth school month.
First Grade: Jack Cottle, Ben
Arnold Fussell. Ronald Pool.
John Surratt, Murphy Slngletary,
Barbara Jo - Carter. Emma Aha
Hawes, Donna Fussell, Gall - Her-'
rmg, Tanya jonnson, 'Paula New
ton, Ann Saunders. Linda Teach
ey, Sylvia Jane Bonham, Connie
Harrell and Janls Harrell.
Second Grade: Joe Blanchard.
Hilda Hardlson, Joyce Herring, Joe
Bradshaw, Larry Fussell, Jeff
Johnson, Randy Mattocks, Billy
Saunders, Linda : Brlnkley, Lois
Hawes, Lena Mae Jackson, Carolyn
Knowles, Betty Rackley, Martha
Savage, Edith Mae Wells and Pat
Pope. ;.::(..- -t. .
f Third Grade : Beaufort Longest,
Carolyn Sikes, Bob Carr, Marian
Rouse. Billy Teachev Pesro m.
rltt, Joel Barden Jr. Jlmmo
est, Jay Cottle, Betty Ann Poole,
Lonnle Bunch, John Cooner. J. n
Henderson, Eddie Johnson, Jerry
5uSr. 5'cky Ward, Donald Wood,
Carr, Bobble Jean Fields
M.Mctocks' Mary Elizaheth
Merrltt, Sue Pope, Sue Lynn Tea-
FmseU W1Utins and Marsha
Voh. Gradei Jewell Bryant,
AMythe Savage, Alma Faye Strick
UW ?iaa Blanchard, Ann Fus
feU,!? ean Graves, Cather
ine Hollingsworth, . Anna Graham
JonnsoR, Betty Jean .Jones, J W
HarrsB, Walter Price, Bobert Troy
Freddie Wells and Jerry Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Halbera
and children of Goldsboro spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A,
Miss Miriam Turner. Loulsbure
student, spent the week end with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Turner. . ., . . .--.
Mr. and Mrs .William E. Gettie
of Dunn spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tracv
Brown.- : t r:
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kenan and
children of Wallace were Sunday
dinner guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Wilson. They also
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith
and family.' -
Mr and Mrs. Ed Evans are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Powell,
James Tucker and Mr. and Mrs.
John William' Evans and other j
relatives for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. John Hunter and
child of Florence,. South Carolina
spent the week end with his -father,
S. B. Hunter and other relatives.
Mrs; Robert A. Hunter and child
en of Lowell, Mass. spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rouse and family. She Is now
spending a few days with another
brother David Rouse and family.
Mrs. Frank Wilklns suffered a
stroke recently. She Is living with
ner daughter, Mrs. David Mat
Mr, and Mrs. Forest Cream of
Wilmington spent Saturday with
relatives in town. .
Julian Wilklns, former Magnolia
ljJ, Reached at Concord Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Potter
and family spent Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Sally Blanton in Pen-
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Rouse was her sister, Mrs.
Joseph Brlnson, and step mother,
Mrs. Ruth Kennedy of Beulaville.
Mr. and Mrs. Felton Rouse were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Rouse on Sunday night.
Mrs. Shelton Batts is much bet
ter after being In bed for several
days with strep throat.
Miss Sally Mae Jones of Raleigh
and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoover
ana sop of Harold Store were Sun
day guests of. their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dallas Jones. .
Rev. and Mrs. Collins and dau
ghter of Kenansville were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Pic
kett Sunday. ; t
Mr. and Mrs. John Wells and
baby of Kinston and Mr. and Mrs.i
Ea Evans and children of Wil
mington visited Mr. and Mrs. John
William Evans over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jones
and boys of New Bern were guests
ot ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. L E.
rope over tne week end. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Horne went
to Goldsboro on business Mondav.
Mrs. Martin Dail and children of
Chinquapin visited Iher Barents.
air. ano aars. i. Ui Turner Sun
day afternoon. Vv ; -
Mr .and Mrs. Richard SIdburv
and daughter. Virginia, were re
cent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Enrmett Sasser. . . ..
Mr. and Mrs. Will Merrltt have
returned home after visiting Mrs.
merriii s son Dallas Johnson and
family in Hopewell, Va. ,
Victor Tucker of E.CC , spent
ine weex end witn nis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Tucker.
Mrs. Alice Gaylor, Wade Gaylor
oi jNonouc, va. and Miss Mary
Beth Southerland of Kenansville
visited Mr., and Mrs. John Clark
and Dauy In Wilmington Sunday.
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l uu. ww jxus. nvuen aymsm ana
daughters of Fayettevtlle visited
with her mother, Mrs. Alice Gay
lor Sunday afternoon and night. -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dixon
land son have, returned home, from
fn rolli Wlth Dion's parents
in Pittsburg, Pa.
Mrs; Vells 1$
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