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' ' The .New .Hanover Junior High
Band, under -the direction of Richard
; JDobson will appear in Concert In
f This Concert .will be presented by'
' h TInoa Hill Unl. !iih ...If.
' i ilrst ottering In the "Finer Carolina"
jaontest, As one of .the loremort
aorganipation pf the town the Music
Club has Jonled In the contest with
ACT & CAMERA
- . ".CENTER.,,
j T" Art Supplies y ' ,
. Greeting Cards
" i, , 05 Market Street , .
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THEATRE r (
THE TICK OF TBE HR8'
New thxa. St, March 6 t ,
1 Eobt Ryan Jan Sterling
Ploa .Mewi Cartoon ,
Son. . Wed, March 7 II ;
,cThe7Boy, From ' '
' ! Oklahoma"
' ''In Warner Color
with Nancy OUoa
pink mix, N.C,
To See Gwod Shows
Phone 20.11 ?
SStmday March 7
- Robert Stacjc
. jMon., Tiies., March ' 8- 9
' -Jeanne- Crain
, Cartoon ,N
"Wed., Thurs.; March 10-11
"Lure of The
In Technicolor (
Jeffrey Hunter .
' Jean .Peters
Cartoon & Serial
, Last Chapter,
V FtLi Sat., March 12 - 13
'Slight Case Of
0 X; Icrceny" .
v , 3Iickey Roohey ' "
. Eddie Bracken '
"h ' -ALSO
l . , . "Lash" LaRue - !
ai "uw" St. John
,' ' , Cartoon fi
. A '... i i . . . 7$ 4
i 11.-3 zzl Adver&ics.
) I ; !t :
it' aim. in true accord with it's
objective - the promotion, of muiical
appreciation, enjoyment and culture
in the .communty. : For yean the
nubile. has xecdimized that the an-
nppncementV, of fthy'i 'presentation
which, carries .the lute '"Sponsored
by th Rosiilll 'Music .Club." is a
sure promise of ml' event of out-,
standing value and great enjoyment.
It' is also a' promise to uphold the
standards, let by the Club, to pre
sent only the best quality of enter;
tainment tor j the community's eh
Jojhneot. ' jUi , I -'l v;V
.The presentation of the New Han-
over-Junior, High Band .will be in
keeping Witli j'the-' pbfioies ;of the
Club and will otter 1 music lovers
the. unusual opportunity of hearing
a true symphbnic band. It's splen
did virtuousity; and excellent tech
nic have been commended by cri
tics.; who' know what outstanding
band 'music should Je. It ,ls .com
posed of 70 young musicians rang
ing in age from a trumpet soloist
of. . aboi)t " nine .years old through
Junlor High's '.Senior class. Four
young drum Majorettes will add
their speciality numbers to the Con.
cerfrana will .add tof the band's
splendid appearance" in white, red
-yjn&Y BEULAVILLE, ,N... Cu'? ;i
' '"i BOXOFFICE OPENS 6:3
"" 1 1 1 ; 1 ' i i . 1 ii)
Thar, Frt, March ; 5 -..
' 1 Colw by Technloolor
- James Stewart. - Jeanne Dru
. Gilbert Boland Dan .Darren
8a& March t : .' ' -.
WINNING OF THE. WEST
with Gene Antry
;. i Alee
with The Bowery Boy
Sun, March 7
"I WAS A MALE
Cary Grant Ann Sheridan
Mon, Tne, March - 9
Color By Technicolor
Jeel MoCrea - Yvonne Do Carlo
i Drive-In Theatre
ZHighway 258 - Richland Road-!
2 miles out of
Kinston . .
tThnrs. FrU March 4 . S
'Pickup on South Street"!
wnn . u
Richard Wldmark '
t Comedy . Color Cnrteesr
oat. Marc a v uonue reanareo
f City That Never Sleeps"!
"Great Sioux Uprising'? I
witn JeR taanaiar
Saatt.Mon, March 1 - S )
"Farmer Takes A Wifew;
. '.'with Betty Gnkto
; .-.y'-Clor' CarUsn . Bhert -' 1
fTnec, WedTMarch . M
I "Master of Ballantrae"
wttlj Brn nysaar ,
Cemedy . Color Cnrtsen
SThora,. FrC, March U U
with CUftoo Webb
; . Color Cartoon '
: i Ml "WM J!JIJ WARSAW, N.C j
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NEW WIDE SCREEN
STTV .HON. March 1
"THE BOY FROM OKLAHOMA" Warnercolor .
i with WIU Rogers, Jr. Nancy Olson
"TAiGA, SON OF COCHISE" (technicolor)
i with Beck Hudson Barbara Rash ,
MSIIE COULDN'T SAY NO"
' ' ' with Jean Simmons Robert Mitchum
SAT March U
4THE TALL TEXAN"
with Uoyd Bridges 4 ;
1 i l .
I i L:. n, director , . ar :1
trainer, has developed a great band
by untiring effort and great ability'.
He will direct the group in Concert
here.' r-':i'i'; , V,
The Band win appear at the Rose
Hill Theatre, whose - owner and
manager, Dennis Ramsey, is cooper
ating with the Music Club in making
it possible to present this evening
of unusual enjoyment to the public.
Special prices for musical groups
appearing , in a body .with their
directors will be made. Any infor
mation concerning the concert may
be bad from Mrs. J. C Cooper, Jr
president of the Rose Hill Music
Club, or Dennis Ramsey, manager of
the Rose Hill Theatre. -
More information regarding this
Concert will be available next week.
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WOMAN'S CLUB ;
The Rose Hill. Woman' Club met
Wednesday Feb. 24th in the Community-
Building with Mr. L. A.
Wilson, Mrs. H. G. Ward and Mrs.
Graham Fussell as hostesses, . J
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
D. J. Fussell, iii the absence of the
president, Mrsl. W. H. Fussell, Mrs.
R. L. Carr led in prayer. Mrs.
Minnie , Xiee Davis and Mrs.' Edith
Y- Wells were receiver as members
of the club. "",:' '-''"
A motion was made and passed
to adopt the projects of the council
in the Better Carolina Contest. They
were to sponsor "Paint-Up, Clean
up, Fix-Up". Week. Also sponsor an
annual art week exhibit. They voted
to -expand 'the library and to buy
venitian blind and furniture for
the Community -Building.
f. Mrs. S. V. Wilkins urged the club
members to attend . an important
meeting at the school house Febru
ary 25, regarding improvements
needed' .in . teaching, facilities. .
Mrs. Fussell Welcomed as a guest,
Mrs. .James Harper, District Presi
dent, - from Southport. ' . Also . -' her
mother, Mrs.- C. Ed Taylor. Mrs.
Fussell "calledV on -Mrs. Harper to
talk to the club. She complimented
the club on the many past achieve
ments and told of how happy- she
was to have had Mrs. tula Herring
of this club to be made" Woman
of the Year." She urged us to help
with the Federation project of re-
Beulaville, N. C.
Clean Comfortable Relaxing
March 7 -8
. In Color
Alan Ladd Jame Mason
March 9 -10
"Jesse James vs. Dal tons"
Brett King Barbara Lawrence
March 11 - 12
Short ) Comedies Every Night
KINSTON; N. C.
Fri, Sat, March -
"THE STEEL LADY
with Bed Cameron, Tab Banter
Starts SaiL, March 7th.
"KNIGHTS OF THE
with Robert Taylor
.' ' :
, sterephente Bonn
THE GLENN MILLER
r ' with James Btewart ,
; Jon Allyson
. DOUBLE FEATURE
YXi.''- i i
-"j Iiiut'iJ.. -ire 1 -.1 aitd vo
cuiiUnue with "Help A Hume pro
gram. .'. , ' .1:.
A grpup ot student! from Rose
Hill School with Mr. George Jones
as teacher, presented a very inter
esting program, giving the history
of Independence. Ha& 'after -which
Mrs, Jones presented the club with
$1240 from the children of ... the
school to-be sent in for use in Ihe
restoration. " "
Mrs. S. V. Wilkin gave a very
interesting! review oi - the book,
. The . hostesses- served a delicious
dessert course with coffee during
the social hour that followed. ;' .
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MUSIC CLUB MEETS
The Rose Hill Music Club met
February 16 at the-'home of Mrs.
Granville Sheffield with Mrs. S. E.
Butler Co-hostess. . '' -
Mrs. J. C. Cooper Jr. president.
presided over .the business session.
At this time' plana-were made for
presenting the New Hanover Band
in Concert. The Club voted to raise
money and buy a piano tq be placed
in the community building, as the
Music Clubs' contribution to the
Finer Carolina Contest
Several new members joined the
club, Mr Mid Mrs. Dennis Ramsey,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Vale, Mrs.
Kenneth Farrior, Mrs. Doanne Cot
tle, and Mrs. Julian Motley.
Members of the Wallace Music
Club gave a ' most enjoyable pro
gram to the Rose Hill Club. Mrs..
Ethel Leary gave two' violin num-.
bers: "Souvenir de Wienionski" and
"Phemier Solol by Dancla.' Mrs.
Robert Sheffield sang the "Rosary"
by Nevln and "Sylvia" by Speaks.
Mr;' William Farrior accompanied
both at the piano.
Misses Carolyn Fussell and Caro
lyn Wells were entertained recently
at the home of Miss Fussell by a
number of friend? with a surprise
birthday party. '
The honorees were remembered
with many lovely gifts. Games and
refreshments'' were enjoyed by:
George Hanchey, Nancy Fussell,
Joyce Teachey, Don Fussell, GJenn
Teachey, Richard Harrell, Stanley
Harrell, Sonia Sheffield, Peggy
Fussell, Bernard Teachey, Anna Rae
Johnson, Shelby Sheffield, Ann
Blanton and Sue Fussell. '
ART SLIDE SHOWN
Mrs. L. B. Brummitt showed color
slides of George Innis, Jr. paintings
on Sunday afternoon to art lovers,
at the home of Mrs. John Cooper,
Jr. " -i
Mount Olive, N. C.
Sun., Mon., March 7-8
with Robert Mitchum
and Jean Simmons
Tues., March 9
with Victor Mature &
Wed., Thura March 10 -11
ttr ' r-.:l-r'
with Wm.Holden and
Ginger Roger .
FrL, Sat, March 12 -13
with Jeff Chandler &
o , Maureen O'Hara
lura, lirnrnmitt has recently re
turned from Tarpon Springs Tla.
where eleven of his paintings 'ar
on exhibit in the Universalist Chur
ch. She told of the i impressive pio
hire on exhibit aha how Mr. Ennis
show so much, .ability to portray
light , . , v , ; ; , , t t
, Her are a list of the pictures pn
exhibit; Sunset in the Bayou, The
TwqgJpXhird Psalm in Triptych,
Promise- Realization Fulfillment
in Triptych; The .Lord - is in His
Holy Temple,-The Only Hope, Truly
This Man Was The Son of God, and
The Last Shadow of The Cross.
DR. MILLER SPEAKS
Last Thursday, night a mass meet
ing was held in the Rose Hill school
auditorium, for the purpose of dis
cussion of High School consolida
tion. Dr. Miller from the State De
partment of Education was guest
speaker. Dr. Miller read several re
port discovered on surveys made in
the, public schools in the last few
years, and in this survey it shows
that- both ' grammar grades as well
as t the higher grades ihow , more
advancement in larger schools than
in out amaller schools. It was point
ed, out by iltr. O. P. Johnson and
Mr. DaDa Herring that we, as small
schools would not be able to re
ceive the advantages we would all
.like a we now stanc, so why not
do something about it.
v Three 'prominent business men of
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Vuace. were here for our meeting
and the) too agreed ta the. fact that
we all want the best for our child-
. , ....
It was. voiea nn tne.-, nose; tun
meeting that we begin ta find the
wishes of the public and that WaU
ace 'do t Ukewise, to see if we tan'
come to terms on Consolidating our
two High Schools and get a new
building, as welt as the larger nunv
ber of teacher r
Meeting will "be called -along In
both schools to find the wishes of
thi vm.ir'f:f", "
Miss Edna Fussell, Child Welfare
Spedaflst with. the . New Hanover
Welfare Department spent the Week
end with ber father, Mrt Jesse Fus
sell. ?.V'-. 'VVif ' l:i
Mrs. LW. Wlllaims has baenj visit
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Mr. Gordon Sanderson of White
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of A.C. College, Wilson spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
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Miss Catherine Cottle of A. C.
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her parents, Mr; and Mrs. Howard
j Miss Betty Jean Wilson of Ral
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