13, ETXANSVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL U. 1954
lira. W. F. "Bud"
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The Beulaville Free Will Baptist
uiiliary met Friday night, Mrs.
X-ton Walton presided, "More) Like
Tie Master" was the opening hymn
, and Mrs, Lydla Nethercutt led the
CHINQUAPIN, N. C
WEEK OF APRIL IS
SON. . MON.
Three Sailors and A Girl"
Powell Gordon MeKae
TUBS. - WED.
'Appointment in Honduras'
: Glean Ford A Ann Sheridan
Bene Montgomery A Tab Hunter
Serial A Cartoon
Highway 258 Richlands Road
2 miles out of
Thnra., Frl., April 15-16
with Robert Mitchom
Sat, Apr. 17 Doable Feature
with John Archer and
"Queen For A Day"
San, Moo, April 18 - 19
"Island In The Sky"
with John Wayne
Toes, Wed, April 20 21
"Marry Me Again"
with Robert Cnmmings
Than, Fit April 22 - 23
with Aadie Murphy
Sun., Mon., Tues., April 18-19-20
with John Wayne and Geraldine Page
Wed, April 21 Double Feature
with Bela Lugost
JMISSION OVER KOREA"
with John Hodiak
Thurs, Frl, April 22 - 23
"THE QUEEN OF SHEBA"
wit hSpecial Cast
Sat., April 24 Double Feature
with Berry Sullivan
"STAGECOACH TO MONTEREY"
with Rocky Lane
. ' As is our usual custom during the summer months, "we will
begin this Saturday, April i7, closing our store at 12:00 Noon and
we will be closed every Saturday afternoon until this fall.
' Please arrange your shopping with this in mind.
Miller, News. Adv. tepresentative
group in prayer.The Scripture les
nn was developed In a Question-
Answer panel. Prayer was offered
by Mrs." Myrtle Jarman.
A business meeting was held and
reports were given. Miss Lucille
Thomas led the closing prayer.
Th Sunrise Service will be held
at the Baptist Church, Sunday morn
ing at 5:28 A. M. The public is cor
dially invited to attend.
7 of C Met Tuesday
The Beulavllle Presbyterian Wo
men of the Church met Tuesday
night with Mrs. Scott Smith pre
siding. Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr. was
acting secretary. Mrs. Phoebe Pate
Beulaville, N. C
Clean Comfortable Relaxing
WL Week of April 18-24
SUN. - MON
Alan Ladd - Leo Genn
TUES. - WED.
"Try and Get Me'
Frank Lovejoy - Kathleen
"Singing in The Corn"
FRI. - SAT.
"From Here To Eternity"
Burt Lancaster - Montgomery Clift
Comedies A Shorts Every Night
Mount Olive, N. C
Sun., Mon, April 18 r 19
"Money From Home
With Dean Martin A Jerry Lewis
Tues., WeeL, Thnra, April 20-21
and the Man Who Changed
Shown 3:30 - 7:00 A 9:00
FrL. Sat. April 23-24
n . , , .t . r
rnae 01 ue oiue jra
Lloyd Bridges and Vera Miles
To Our Customers
Springs Supply Co.
led the group in prayer. Reports
were alven by Circle Chairmen,
treasurer and Chairman of World
Missions. A special announcement
was made that the offering Sunday
would go to overseas reliet Mrs.
Aubrey Jonnston gave a reporc on
the Youth Fellowship meeting held
in Wilmington. A business session
was held and Mrs. Orlando Albert,
son, program chairman, talked on
"World Christian Youth Blaze New
Paths." The meeting closed with
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Watson and
daughter of Smithfield, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Willis and sons of Char
lotte, were week end guests of Bev.
and Mrs. A. L. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis George Wilkins and
family of Edenton were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Sudie Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Thomas and
children of Warsaw were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Faison Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown and
daughter of Charlotte were week
end guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. L.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. ' W. N.
Bostic. Mrs. Brown and daughter
remained for 'a longer visit. .
Little Norma Allen Smith, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith, is
a patient in Parrotts Hospital in
Mrs. Orzo Thigoen. Mrs. Marion
Bratcher, Mrs. Lula Parker and Mrs.
Adell Matthews were in Kinston
Thursday, night to hear Dr. Charles
Mr. John G. Kennedy returned to
her home Sunday having been a
guest several days of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifton Quinn in Chapel Hill. Mr.
Kennedy was a week end guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Exum, Mr. and
Mrs. Glenwood Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Temple Hill, Mrs. Bud Miller
and family were Kinston shoppers
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thomas and
family spent Saturday in Goldsboro.
Mrs. John Thomas. Mrs. Warren
Thomas and daughter, Leta Warren,
were in Goldsboro shopping last
Mr. and Mrs. Led Williams were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Haywood Williams in Col
umbia, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Weston
were week end guests of Mr. and
Wallace, N. C.
Sunday and Monday, April 18 -19
Clark Gable and Ava Gardner
Tuesday and Wednesday,
April 20 and 21
"GREAT WHITE HUNTER
Thursday and Friday,-
April 22 and 23
THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN"
Randolph Scott and
Saturday, April 24
GIRLS OF PLEASURE ISLAND'
Don Taylor and Audrey Dalton
"SON OF THE RENEGADE
Johnny Carpenter '
Wallace, N. C.
Sunday. Monday, and Tuesday
April 18, 19, and 20
Alan Ladd and James Mason
Wednesday and Thursday
April 21 and 22
Cleo Moore and Hugo Haas
Friday and Saturday,
April 23 and 24 (Double Feature)
"BILXIE THE KID OUTLAWED"
Bob Steele and Fuzzy St' John
Mrs. Scott Turner was honored
Monday . evening when Miss Lou
Jackson, Mrs. J. D. Jackson, Mrs,
Lou Belle Williams, Mrs. F. L. Nor
ris, Mrs. Marlon Bratcher and Mrs.
Clyde Brinson entertained with a
miscellaneous shower in the school
lunch 'room. Assorted cookies and
cold drinks were served. Mrs. Turn
er received a lovely assortment of
Rev. Thurman Smith of Sea Level
is the guest speaker at the Cabin
Free Will Baptist Church this week.
Services are each evening at 7:30
p.m. The public is invited to attend
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Pope enter
tained Saturday afternoon honoring
their- daughter, Harriett Ann, on
her eighth birthday with an egg
hunt and party. Jimmy Thomas,
Brenda and Laden Lanier, Mary
Ellen and Danny Bay Kennedy,
Nancy and Richie .Bostic, Willie
Preston Singleton, Faye and Arthur
Frederick Kennedy, Mary Louisa
Foster and Richie Gore, Mrs. Katie
Davis, Mt Olive, Mrs. Annie Mul
drow, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kennedy
were guests. A white cake with pink
and yellow decorations and drinks
were served. Harriet Ann received
many lovely and useful gifts.
Cpl. and Mrs. Jeffrey James of j
Ft. Bragg and Beulaville announce
the birth of a son, Jeffrey, Jr., on
April 8 in the Family Hospital,
Camp LeJeune. Mrs. James is the
former Miss Pearl Norris of Beula
ville. Mrs. Bill Cade in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams of
Raleigh were week end guests of
Mrs. Lila K. Lanier.
Mrs. E .H. Denny, Mrs. Led Wil
liams and Mrs. Bill Ramsey were
in Kinston shopping Tuesday.
Mrs. N. E. Gresham of Norfolk,
Va., Chubby Gresham, U. S. Army,
Texas, Mrs. Vann Murriel of Wake
Forest visited relatives here last
BEULAVILLE, N. O.
Box Office Open 7:00
Show Starts 7:30
Thurs., FrL, April 15-16
"Taza, Son of Conchise"
Rock Hudson and Barbara Rush
Saturday, April 17
"The Last Posse"
. Starring Broderick Crawford,
John Derek and Wanda Hendrix
"Mine With The Iron Door"
Starring Richard Arlen
Sunday, April 18
"So This Is Love"
Starring Kathryn Grayson
Merv Griffin and Joan Weldon
Mon., Tues., April 19 - 20
John Derek and Mona Freeman
Tuesday, April 21
"Keys To Kingdom"
Ask for our free booklet on farm build ,
ings. It .will help you Kith your building.
Presented at P.T.A.
The Beulaville Parents ant Teach
ers Association met Monday night
for a general meeting. The president,
Russell Lanier, presided. -
The first grade Rhythm Band was
in charge of the first part of the
program. Eagle Scout awards were
presented to Charles Truett Miller,
son of Mr. an dMrs. W. L, ' Miller
and Walter Jay Thomas, son of Mr,
and Mrs. Jay Thomas, . t.
A report from the nominating
committee was given. Officers fpr
the next year are: President, Mrs.
L J. Sandlin, Jr.;. Vice President,
Mrs. Herman Milter; Secretary,- Mrs.
W. J. Miller; Treasurer, Mr. Ramon
Davis. The group wa invited to the
cafeteria where refreshments were
served. : , 1
Circle H, Beulaville Presbyterian
Women of the ChurcdJ met Tuesday
night in the home of Mrs. Laughter
Jackson. Mrs. Maurice. Jackson pre
sided. A business session was held.
Mrs. Sherwood Snyder was in
charge of the program. The hostess
served novelty sandwiches, cold
drinks and, cake. There were eleven
The regular monthly meeting of
the Scott Store Home Demonstra
tion Club was held 'Wednesday,
April 7, at the home of Mrs. Edd
Kornegay with 22 members and
one visitor present.
During the business part of the
meeting the president, Mrs. Emmett
Kelly, appointed a committee to
work the community for the bene
fit of the Cancer drive.
A motion was made to again make
an effort to improve the mail boxes
The district meeting was dicussed
which is to be held in Cumberland
County oh April 22. Many of the
group are planning to attend.
The home agent, Mrs. Johnson,
gave a demonstration on "Profes
sional Sewing." She said one could
study the pattern carefully before
Kinston, N. C.
W '1-3 .
Properly built farm buildings are
a sound investment. See us on your
building needs, large or small.
We'll help with planning advice
and can supply all the materials
attempting to cut the garment She
also said every woman that sewa
should own a racing wheel and
dressmaker carbon paper.
Mrsy Jonas Dail gave report on
"HousefurnishingX Mrs. D. L. Scott
reported n f-H Leader and Mrs.
Cecil Kornegay on music. :
Mrs, Donnel Kornegay assisted the
hostess in serving sandwiches and
cold drinks to the group. Next meet
ing (m May will be with Mrs, jr. W;
Walters. , - - .
The Magnolia Home Demonstra
tion Club held its regular, meeting
Thursday Afternoon April 8, 195i at
the club building with the president
Mrs. 3. W. Evans, presiding. '
The meeting opended with a song
"The Old North State.'' The devo
tional was led by Mrs. Alvln Pow
ell. Minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved, the roll
Wallace, N. C.
Night: Show at 6:45 and Starts at 1M
Sunday Shows Start at 2.-00, 4:00 nd t-M
Starring -m .
Joan Leslie a Forrest Tucker
Sat, April 17 -if
Tm From Arkansaw
Sun, Mon, Tues. , April 18, 19, A 20
"BENEATH THE 12 MILE REEF"
Robert Wagner Terry Moore
Wed., April .21 DOUBLE FEATURE
Paulette Goddard Marilyn Maxwell
"BATTLE OF APACHE PASS"
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call, followed. Due to absence of
the treasurer there was no treas
urer's report. The club voted to give
a fitted sewing kit. to the outstand
ing home economics girl, .;
A club exhibit' was discussed for
the week, May 2 through 7, and
an exhibit committee i appointed,
Mrs. Sallie Tucker, Mrs. Kenneth
Taylor and Mrs. Paul Bass.
v miss riager gave tne aemonscra-
tion The Professional Touch In
Sewing." . , . , '
House furnishing notes were given
by Mrs, Kenneth Taylor. The club
was glad to welcome two new mem
bers, Mrs. William Potter and Mrs.
Kenneth Wilson; The meeting closed
by repeating the club collect.
At the close of the meeting he
hostesses, Mrs. M. E. Llndsey and
Mrs. Paul Bass served delicious re
freshments.' There were seventeen
members and one visitor present.
Mr?. J. W. Evans, Pres..
Mrs. U.G. Turner Sec.
' "Man Betrayed"
California Redwood O
of Kinston, Inc. O
r Starts April 16
Ends AprU 24
SAMPSON IIDW. CO.
CLINTON,' N. C.
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PINK HILL, N.CL '
Shows at 7:00 & 9:00 p.m. :
"Where the whole
To See Good Shows
Sunday. April 18 1
"Son of Pale Face
' Jane Russell
Mon., Tues., April 19 20
Wed., Thurs., April 21 - 22
Cartoon & Serial
Fri., Sat., April 23 - 24
Al "Fuzzy" St. John
: Seven Springs, N C.
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