Q;::J For Year
The Home Economic! teacher.
Miss Cornelia Qulnn has closed her
evening classes for the year. The
attendance has been good. The
trend of the cfcas seemed to be
upholstering. ' Those who did not
have their projects completed are
permitted to finish, still being as
sisted by the teacher, , .,
Mrs. - Ruby Smith Snlter made
button holes after learning how to
use the attachments. -i ; -
Miss Ada Williams worked on
'.dress. '-:",- -v- ' .-
Mrs. Zoa Jackson covered a dav-
w.w .n4 timA 1u mnrinom th
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second time, because she said there
Willi ' .
KINSTON'S LEADING JEWELERS
with field-size power
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Y. c i i - Here's Altts-Chalmers power that works between rows of seed-
lings and in narrow aislesl- Rear-engine design gives clear vision I;
and low over-all height Big rear wheels have the traction you :
-L'iM'-,i 1 Front-rnounted tools' include 12-Inch plow, 4-foot Held culti
" r s. n Vator, and a wide assortment of precision seeders and row-crop j
the NeNwMl fwie mI
Ivwy sSekmley mm NBC
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"Ed jtzat News, Adv. Begreseatattve
was- so much work about it, she
wanted, to do It right , -,' . -
Mrs. York Lanier tied the springs
la her chair and , upholstered it
in rose. V ;" :
Mrs. Ernest Qulnn of Potters
Hill did not have to tie the springs
In her chair. She upholstered her
chsir In green.
Mrs, Phoebe Pate registered and
is waiting until .after school to
commence' her-' project.;', t cxi-'i''
The room was visited by several
home makers. Misses Ermie Sand
rson, and Glennie Miller kept up
the Interest Mrs. Hinson cut a
dress. Mrs. Bena Jackson made an
af a-t In ajMvina. ..'':
Tbe Wuinn economics viub un
V. .(..t. .
Warsaw, who opened her cottage
t othe group.
Buys More At
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cultivators. Let us demonstrate the
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' ;-'in. PNMhvsrlan women of the
HallsvIUe church met Saturday af
ternoon for regular meeting.
President Mrs. Leland Grady pre
sided. "Go As a Witness for Je
sus" was followed by prayer. Mrs.
Homer Winstead gave the secretary
rwirt and rail call. The crogram
of the month "Life and Work of
niarnuinn nv . mrs. iiuuu uiuvi .
L rd Ashe
Miliar ' An invitation was accept
ed from the Beulaville WOC te
attend their annual birthday party
May 13 at 7:30 at the church.
1 The group was dismissed by pray
er. Stork Shower
lUTra TJnnrtnn. Huffman was a re-
InlAnt nt manv lovely and useful
gifts when Mrs. W. M. Thlgpen and
Mrs. Henry aonnston emenainea
with a stork shower in the Thigpen
home recently. Games were play
ed. A salad and sweet course plate
with iced drinks were served to
the guests. - 1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brown
of Norfolk and Beulaville announce
the birth of a. daughter, Barbara
Jane, on May 2 in the Family Hos
pital, fjamp Lejeune. rare, crown
is the former Jane Bogie.
Mrs. P. E. Thigpen. Sr. entertain
ed members of her family Sunday
with a family get together.- Those
attending were Sgt and Mrs. P. E.
Thigpen, Jr. home from Fort Dix
for a 7 day furlough. Mr. ana iwrs.
Alwood Thigpen and daughter of
Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs Foy Jones,
Jr., and son of Midway Park; Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Pickett and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McDow
ell and family . and Miss Letha
Gordon Thigpen. -
Among those of the John Ivy
Thomas chapter UDC attending tbe
Memorial Hay program in Warsaw
Sunday were Mesdames lxm Belie
Williams, president: M. M. Thigpen,
S. P. Bostic, Gardner Edwards, Bill
Carroll, Ashe Miller, Herman Mil
ler and Miss Ermie Sanderson.
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G Tractor equipped to fit
' The Beulaville PTA met U
May 8th for tbe last meeting of t e
school yer. President James lad
ler presided and the secretary re
port was given by Mrs. Clyde Mc
Dowell. Rev. Lauren Sharpe of
Kenansville and member of the
Beulaville faculty led the devotion
Mr. Humphrey, principal of Beu.
lavllle school installed we new
Officers. iv"'p '
The organization voted to donate
$100.00 to the baU park and $750.00
to sponsor large instruments for
the high school band. Mrs. Rhem
Taylor was In charge of the uro
gram presenting Murphy Thigpen,
Mesdames James Miller, Worthy: The following program has been
Matron of tiie .local chapter OES, announced for the Commencement
Ashe Miller, Walter Rhodes and Exercises of the Beulaville High
Phoebe Pate were in SalemburgSchool.
Saturday night to attend the 23th Class day exercises and Eighth
anniversary of the Coharle ChapterGrade graduation exercises. -,
of OES. ' i ' i";, " Friday evening, May 9, 1952, 8
The i'lrst Worthy Matron,. Mrs.o'clock.
Goodwin and Worthy Patron, How- Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev
ard presided., The Chapter hallCharles B. Howard oi' Buies Creek,
held lovely arrangements of. redSunday afternoon. May 11, : 1952,
and white flowers, the Masonic 2:30 o'clock. , -j -
colors. Mrs. Lena Brewer; Dis
trict Deputy Grand Matron of Rose-
boro gave readings of by gone days
In Dlayette form. ..
Refreshments in the silver motif
of silver and white were made up
of cake nuts and punch.
Women Of Church
Beulaville Presbyterian Women
of the church met Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Lou Belle Williams presided
and led the devotional reading,
Heb. 11:1-3 and Heb. 12 3-4. which
as followed by prayer. Words of
the hymn written by Martin Luth
er, A mighty Fortress is Our God,
was read by Mrs. Ray V. Cupp, then
played softly as a meditation. Roll
call and minutes by Mrs. M. M.
Thigpen and Mrs. Cupp gave the
treasurers report. A report and
plans for Intensive Bible study and
use of supplementary literature was
given by the Spiritual uroww
Chairman Miss Ermie. Sanderson.
Rpnnrtu wprp alvm hv the circle ! laea xamiif leuuiuu auu
wTadTfo? Th.nioyed a bountiful barbecue and
chairmans and plans made for the
annual birthday party to be held
May 13 at 7:30. Mrs. Cupp was in
charge of the piogram, The Life of
a Great Christian Reformer, Mar
tin Luther, v Mrs. Ada Williams
and Mrs. Thigpen assisted her In
presenting the' program. The lat
ter also led the closing prayer, v.
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Lewis and
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walton, pa
rents of the mascots of the senior
tlass entertained last week with a
barbecue supper. '
The cafeteria was decorated with
blooming spring flowers. . A social
and recreation hour was enjoyed.
Judy Walton end Kenneth Lewis
are the Senior Class Mascots.
Mr. & Mrs. Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Rhodes of
Beulaville entertained friends and
relatives at their home Monda
p. m. April 21 at 6:30 at a picnic
and barbecue. The occasion being
the birthday of Mrs. Rhodes. Those
attending were Mr. and. Mrs. Her
man Houston and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Kennedy and family,
Mr. and Mrs. George Sumner and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mil
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Miller and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Miller
and family. Mrs. Ed Jones, Glenn
Houston, Mrs. Dallas Rhodes, Bob
by Miller; Gordon Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Miller and Billy, Rev.
Sam Hayter, Alice, Linwood, Hor
ace, Pat and Larue Rhodes.
Mrs. Rhodes received many gifts.
Miller H. D. Club
The Millet HDC held its regular
April meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. The group met in the
recreation' room -of the Hallsville
Presbyaerian Church and the club
president, Mrs. Herman Miller pre
sided, calling the meeting to order.
The song, The Old North State, I
was sung and minutes and roll call
was by Mrs. W. L. Miller, secretary,
a treasurers report was given by
Mrs. John Miller. .' Project leaders
taking part on the program were
Mrs, Norwood Miller who discussed
Family, Life In the Home. 'Mrs.
John MUler who gave timely hints
on flowers ; and gardens. " Mrs.
Frank Rhodes who presented in
teresting Information on Frozen
Foods,' having the ladles Join in
playing a game, Your phone Is ring
ing when as opportunity was given
those present to give their methods
of freezing certain foods. Mrs.
Herman Miller then gave a demon
stration, Corsage Making, using
many home grown flowers. After
tbe demonstration, names 01 Wales
present -were drawn and the attractive-
corsages were presented
these winners.: Mrs. Frank Rhodes,
Mrs. Leonard Kennedy, Mrs.
Edgar Murphy, Mrs. Adeline Ken
nedy, and Mrs. Mattle Bradshaw.
Hostesses for the occasion, were
Mesdames Adeline Kennedy; Odell
Gresham and Wilmor Houston.
They served delightful refresh
ments consisting ' of sandwiches,
cookies and Iced soft dri s. There
were 19 members prf-tei t and four
visitors, who were l:Um Lou Jack
son, Mesdames Maiue 1 rad.,haw,
Lou Belle Williams aud l..s. Mur
phy Thicpea. , ,.
i " ' :helor, .-j Lt--'. r i .
1 -'li.. 1 jinn In vwal 'seBcUtw-s.
ii.ke IZier, Steve I.hodes, Acgi
eta Thomas, Betty Sue Mercer ajnd
Katie SUe Grady with piano num
bers. . ,
Following the adjournment, re
freshments were served In the
school cafeteria.' Purple arrange
ments of larkspur marked each ta
ble and refreshments were in keep
ing with the floral scheme.
Miss Cornelia. Qulnn. Mrs. Ivey
Nethercutt, Mrs. Caroline Johnson
and Mrs. Delbert Batts comprised
the hospitality committee.
Dc:n Flora M:tD:n:U Cclbjs To
Graduation exercises ' and com
mencement address 'by Mr. Prince
H. Gwynne, Dean of Flora Mac-
donald College, Red Springs.
Wednesday evening, May 14, 1952,
8 o clock.
Below is the program of the class
aay exercises ana xne service ana
Class Day Exercises: v'w i
1.-: Address of Welcome, Grace
2. Class History, Glenda Ed
3. Class Will, Ramon Batch
lor. 1 '
4. '' Class i: Prophesy, ' Raybourn
5. Class Song, A Perfect 'Day,
senior Class. s '
Mercer's Hold Annual Family Reunion
At Home Of Calhoun Mercer Sunday
; The home of Mr. Calhoun Mer
cer was where descendants of the
Mercer family gathered Sunday for
picnic lunoh. Among. the out of
town were Mrs. Laura North, Nor
folk, Va., Mrs. Eva Standi, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Standi and Martha
Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ren
frew, all of Kenly: Mr. and Mrs.
Cedrick Hales family of Fremont;
Mrs. oaie arraway, armvuw,.i
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Renfrew, Lu-
coma; Miss Victoria Kennedy, Miss
Deewllla Heath and Mrs. Leata
Cain of Kinston. Mr. and7 Mrs. Jay
Kennedy and son Jimmy Powers of
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Shaw and family, Richlands; Ma
jor and Mrs., Art Waddell and fam
ily of Indiana: Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
McSwain and family of Wilmlng-
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safe, is it? How
Your money earns
ship. You have the
unn'iA A nil nhnvA nil visr -vi,- are insured' : ifiiTNcfr.
"l -bytljrcI-rJGovenr- r.t. Let f:r passbook, ( lj Uf 1 ' '
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picture tl frc;ress you are iiiaj.
Members of the seventh grade
classes of Beulaville school toured
Raieieh Monday on a chartered
t... Tk. mim at dinner at the
S i W Cafeteria. The white and
colored schools for the blind, Hail
DMnn, tha flasltoL) the ffiU-
seum and art gallery were some of
lh. nlanai nf IflTprffffT IQCV YiUWU.
Mesdames Robert Matthews, Ann
Craft ana rouniam iyiuc ww
chaperones for tne group.
Address May 12lli
' Mascots: KenneTh; Lewis and
Jiiriv Walter. -i : '
Marshals: Mary Alton Brln-
son, chief, Janice Smith, Helen
Baysden. Mary Catherine Edwards,
Sue Lanier. - ,
6. Eighth Grade Graduation
Exercises: , . ,
Sunday Service , v
2. Processional, God ,: Of Our
Fathers. Seniors. ' '
S. : Invocation, Rev. A.-L. Brown.
. 4. Anthem, The King of Love
Mv Shenherd Is Seniors '
. S. - Announcements, W. '. Hay
- 6. ; Scripture and Prayer, Rev. A.
L. Brown and Rev. Walter it. uooa-
mtn t i
7. Anthem, Praise Ye The Fath.
8. Introduction of Speakers:
Rev. A. L. Brown.
- 9. Baccalaureate Sermon, Rev.
Charles B. Howard. -
s 10. Hymn, AU Hall tbe Power
of Jesus Name, Congregation. - -
11. ; Benediction, Rev, Walter
H. Goodman. I
Director of Anthems, Rev. A. L,
Brown, Pianist, Evelyn Penny.
ton and Mr.' Tommie Standi, Jr.;
who came by plane from Ashboro,
i.Mr. and - Mrs. Gordon Brown
announce the birth of S son, Jerry
Mac, April 17, in the Lenoir Coun
ty hospital. Mrs. Brown Is the
'former Miss Bertha Rhodes,
Y.M.U. Will; .
The' WMU Beulaville : Baptist
church will meet at ' the church
Monday for their monthly meeting.
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much better to cpen your account wiih us toiay."
interest wtile it's under our
prmle tf uc:rj our many
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entertained at their home te -ly
honoring Jollier's r
Mrs. Elizabeth Jsrcer on h- r '. i
birthday, Mercer . J I e-
sented a corsaje of UUsman ru- s.
The cake holding pin wnu
u ,ipf,h nf a century
was white. Centering the table was
a bountiful barbecue and picnic
lunch wnicn was serveu., :
rr1 . II n VfAf-gk- HMT Inn
Mrs. L. E. Ballar of Ayden; CpL
and Mrs. Mack Rhodes and son,
Fort Dix, N. J- Mr. and Mrs. OttU
Jere MlUer, Langiey jieiu,
Is 5 Years Old
mm HUMPH Tinier entertained
Mnnilav May 5th hon-
oring her son Charlie' on his 5th
birthday. ': v 'I ' -tl J,-" .-
vAr of oarty whistles were
given upon arrlvat - The white
cake with pinar canaiea ana ue du
rations was served to the 17 young
guests.- A number of games were
played and Charlie received many
lovely guts,. ' . . t ;
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jones and
daughter Kate made a business trip
to Raleigh Seiurday.??Y.V,-- '
Mrs. Pearl Sandlin spent Sunday
and Monday with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ; Roscoe
Pierce.- x--. ' :? ---i K :
i tik i r..nru T. Smith of Nor
folk, Va., spent the weekend with
his aunt, and uncle, ;Mr., and Mrs
Herman MUler. '
I Mm r .nri IMnrth Af MonoiK. va.
is spending some ' time with her
nelces Mrs.. Kaipn Miuer anu sua.
Orvis Thigpen. . '
! Mike MUler spent last, week end
with Mr.: and Mrs. Elwood Ken
nedy. In Jacksonville. ' .
Mrs. John Q. Thomas has been
spending some time with patrolman
and Mrs. John G. Thomas in Bel
haven and Rev. and Mrs. Sam Ken
nedy in Greenville: ; i .
v Mpiaiinia June Thomas. Earl
MnriAn jini f.IuIh Summer made a
business trip to Camp Lejeune
t r- .hj nv Wm-mjiti WIlKamn
i ' iTxi. auu wa ... v.. , .
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eason of
Raleigh were week end guests ot
Mrs. LUa K. Lanier.
i Pvt. and Mrs. Roland Edwards,
JT. S. Army were home for the
Week end with Mr.' ana Mrs. jonn
Home. - 1
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Hill spent
last week end at Carolina Beach.
Cpt Atlas Pate of Fort Dix, N. J.
haa hwn vlsltins his mother. Mrs.
Phoebe, Pate and also friends in
Georgia. ' .
Visiting Mrs. Neeiie mu ln.ie-
nnir Cmmfv hnanital Sundav was
her, mother, Mrs. Mellie Sander
son, Mr, ' ana Mrs. . t loya jarowa
and Mrs.. Kizzle. Teaohey, ,r
protected guardian; . v
" .aS- I'll
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j 1. i.s. 1 r ', and
i. ( . 1 ...t a i t Mr.
-id lan. Kuey IJtouvs ai i umily .
J r. and Mrs. Marvin I ' ' 'S, Mru
frank Rhodes, Mr. an J l.rs. An
drew Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
i iller, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mil.
ler, Mr. Woodrow Mercer, Mr. and
Mrs. George Summer and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Rhodes and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Flave Mer
cer and Mr. and Mrs. Romie Merr .
cer and family.
The honoree was a recipient of
many lovely and useful gifts, -
Friends Of Mrs. Raleigh Lanier
are happy to know she has return-'
ed to her borne from Parrotts hos
pital. ' .
Miss Mattle Frances Kennedy of
James Walker Hospital In Wilming
ton has been spending some time f
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Thomas Kennedy. 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cottle and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Fussell in Burgaw last week end.
Mr. J. W. Thomas of Wilson, '
Misses Mary Jackson of Fayette
ville and Betty Gray Nethercutt
of Rocky Mount were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson.
Mrs.- Carrie Batts, Mrs. ' Caroline
Johnson . and daughter Sue, were ,
Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs.. Fate
Batts in Warsaw.
Mrs. Betty Banks, mother of Mrs.
Delbert Batts is critically ill at her
home in Kinston. . ; '
, Mrs. Marion Bratcher, Mrs. Her- ,
man Gore and son Rickle have re
turned to their homes from, a vsilt -with
relatives 'in New York. v. , J-
Friends of A. L. Mercer regret to
know he is very, ill in a Columbia
hospital. ' Messrs. R. R. and Ran-
som Mercer visited him Tuesday.
Friends of Mr, . T. Y Dobso'n re
gret to know his brother, Davis
Dobson, is very ill at his home in
Wilmington. u 1 t
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swinson of
Rhodes Island are visiting here and
will attend the graduation of their
daughter, Mamie from Beulaville
High School. WW'-vvi "
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kennedy, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Hunter and son Tim
visited Mrs. Ben Raeford in Le
noir County Hospital Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Milton and Sila Brown
in Snow Hill. '-v. -,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thomas, was
. Glenda Sue Thomas, daughter of
painfully injured Sunday when her
finger was mashed by a truck door1.
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