THE DUTTIN TIMES, KENANSVOXJC, N. C, THUECDAT, AT: L X f. 1 i
;- Mr. and lira. E. T. Register were
:" Suesta of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Craw
lord ol Bethel Sunday , ti
- Mr. and Mrs. Redden Butler of
Fayettevllle were guests of friends
and relatives In Calypso Sunday.
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On tKe go in Carlye's new saddle stitefi Cotton,
ft sleeveless dress with an easv arc to the neckline.
The jacket flows smoothly into the tab front of the dress
Aaverosea in jviay l vogue. -
Sizes 6 to 14. Sizes 7 to 15,
MISS JULIE EUSCHER of Germany and Sgt James Derald SpeU of
Magnolia were united In marriage, March 10, 1854 in Nurnberg, Germany,
Sgt. Spell Is the son of Mrs. Lula Matthews of Magnolia. He has been
stationed In Germany, three years in July. .
Powell's Dress Shop In Clinton Invites her many customers
to see the most complete line of Women's, Misses and Junior
Dresses ever offered.
Powell's Dress Shop has Just received many Summer Cottons
In all sizes,, styles and colors.
Ton surely could not afford to miss seeing our most com
plete line of Sport Wear from one of the most outstanding, best
quality, perfect fitting and surperb styling that KORET of
California has 'ever offered.
Come to Powell's Dress Shop when in need of Sport Apparel
such aa play clothes, shorts, peddle pushers and sport shirts.
We have Just received a large shipment of Jantsen
Suits. Select yours now while stock is complete. '
Powell's Dress Shop wishes each and everyone a happy
U Off On All Hats Through Saturday
POWELL'S DRESS SHOP
Clinton,. N. C,
Immediately following the cere
mony the parents of the bride en
tertained at a reception at their
home. The guests were greeted at
the door by Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruf
fln of Pink HiU and llr.nd Mrs.
Harry McDonald of New Bern.
In the living room, where the
receiving line assembled, beautiful
floral arrangements of white glad
ioli, white snapdragons and green
ery were used.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Southerland
of Wallace invited the guests into
the dining room. The bridal table
was overlaid with a white slipper
satin cloth and a lovely white net
skirt. Each corner of the beautifully
appointed table featured dainty
miniature corsages. The centerpiece
of French carnations, white snap
dragons and smilax was arranged
.in a silver bowl and flanked by
tied with satin ribbons, and net.
Mrs. Howard Farley of Kinston
poured from the silver tea service
and Mrs. Donald Davis of Minne
apolis, sister of the groom served
white decorated bridal cakes. The
honorary bridesmaids assisted in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Simmons of
Goldsboro invited the guests up
stairs to the gift room. The stair
way was entwined With ivy and
greehry. The newel post featured
a large satin bow arranged with
. The gift rooms were presided over
by Mesdames Roland Grady of Wil
son, R. L. May of New Bern and
Andrew Patterson of Kenansville.
Mr, and Mrs. Rowland J. Smith of
Kinston registered the guests in the
bride's book and the goodbyes were
said by Mr. and Mrs. Walter M.
Rlvenbark of Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. May were assisted
at the reception by Mr. and Mrs.
Robert M. Carr of Wallace, and
Messrs. Roland Grady of Wilson
and Howard Farley of Kinston.
Mrs. Hedstrom is a graduate of
Pink Hill High School and Flora
McDonald Colllege at Red Springs.
She is now employed as Technical
Research Librarian at the DuPont
Plant near Kinston. Mr. Hedstrom
was graduated from the University
of Minnesota and served in 'the
U. S. Air Force. Prior to coming
to Kinston as a flight instructor
at Stallings Air Base, he was on
the faculty' of Duke University at
For a two-week wedding trip to
Miami, Fla, and Nassau, Mrs. Hed
strom changed to a maize light
weight flannel suit lined with scar
let and styled with a button-on
cape also lined with scarlet. She
used a natural hat and matching
accessories, and wore the orchid
from her bridal bouquet.
Upon then- return the couple will
make their home at 1101V4 North
' Cake Cutting
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper J. Smith were
hosts for the cake cutting party
We Are Now Showing
foe music pupils of Mrs. Alice
Rogers and the Glee Clubs under
the direction of Mrs. Helen Johnson
of Warsaw presented their music
recital Monday night in the school
The program opened with solos.
interspersed by duets, group sing
ing by the first and second grades.
Junior Gleen Club and High School
Glee Club. Duets and piano solos
were given throughout the program.
The recital was- well given and
enjoyed by everyone present.
A special Easter Service has been
planned for Magnolia Methodist
Church for Sunday -at 9:00 A. M.
The service will be on the order of
a Sunrise Service with Easter
Music, Easter Responses, and a brief
Easter Meditation by the pastor.
Since there is no regular Worship
Service scheduled for Easter Sun
day, ail members are urged to attend
this service and remain for the Sun
day School at 10:00 a.m. The con
gregation and the pastor extend an
invitation to all the people of the
community to join in this service.
This week in the Churches of
Magnolia there were a series of
services sponsored by the Citizens
For Good Government Organization
of Duplin County. The schedule for
the week was as follows:
Tuesday, April 13 - Methodist
Church - K. D. Brown.
Wednesday, April 14 - F. W. Bap
tist - Matthew Hobbs.
Thursday, April 15 - Carol St. -
J. D. Everett.
Friday, April 16 - The Baptist
Church - J. G. White.
Visit E.C.C. Friday
The Magnolia Senior Class, with
Mrs. C. H. Pope and Mrs. Abbie
Smith chaperoning, enjoyed a trip
to "East Carolina College in Green
ville last Friday when High School
Day was held.
Misses Betty Jean Johnson and
Barbara Tucker, freshmen at the
College acted as guides to the
group. There were many interest
ing things to see and. do. Exhibits,
fashion show, a musical comedy,
''Banana Moon", baseball game, tea
dance and many new buildings.
And many others in Ladies Coats, Suits and
Kertz and Lazarus Hats
Hanes and Archer Hose
Vanity Fair and Seampruf Slips and Gowns
Gossard and Exquisite Form
FOR QUALITY AND STYLE IT'S
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Ladies Dress Shoes
Easter Biddy Free With Each Purchase of Children Shoes
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on Saturday evening for the wed.
ding party and guests. The home
was en suite for the occasion. White
gladioli, snapdragons, and camellias
ware effectively used throughout
The dining table was overlaid
with a lovely cutwork cloth.
The three-tiered wedding cake
was placed on one end of the table
and the punch bowl was on a re
flector at the other end of the
table. The centerpiece was a five-
branched silver candelabra shower
ed with pink satin ribbon. Dainty
nosegays of white mums tied with
pink ribbon were featured at the
base of the candelbra. Following
the traditional cake cutting by the
bride and groom-to-be, Mrs. J. F.
May, mother of the bride, served
bridal cake' to the guests and Mrs.
Donald Davis served punch.
On Sunday Mrs. Rowland J.
Smith of Kinston and Mrs. W. E.
Simmons of Goldsboro entertained
at a Bridal luncheon at the home
of Mrs. J. J. Smith in Pink Hill for
the bridal party and out-of-town
" In the beautifully decorated home
a delicious luncheon was served
to the 3 attending guests.
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Civic Club Met
The Magnolia Womans Civic Club
met in the home of Mrs. Clifton
Chestnutt Monday night. Mrs. Ros
coe Potter, president called the
meeting to order. Mrs. Clifton
Chestnutt read the minutes and Miss
Betty Home, gave the treasurers
It was decided by the members
that all clothes at the rummage
sale be reduced in order to make
room for summer clothes coming
in. This sale will begin Saturday,
April 24. Anyone wishing to help
out may bring1 old clothing, pot
plants, canned goods, etc.
After the buslnes meeting the
hostess served punch, open faced
sandwiches, cookies and candy
The May meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Amy Croom.
The club was very happy to have
Mrs. Russell Brown and Mrs. Joe
Newkirk Join at this meeting. '
Mrs. Dallas Jones and Mrs. Em.
mett Sasser entertained the senior
class and their guests Wednesday
nigth in the Woman's Club build
ing. The building was attractively de
corated with arrangements of iris,
apple blossoms. Dansies and Mag
nolia blossoms. Blue and white can
dles carried out the class colors.
Candle easter eggs were given as
Mrs. Abbie Smith directed a num
ber of games. Mrs. Cliftoji Chest
nutt assisted Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Sasser in serving a delicious supper
consisting of chicken salad on let
tuce, tomatoes, pickles, potato chips.
deviled eggs, crackers, iced tea, ice
cream and cup cakes topped with
blue icing and marshballow bunnv
Violets, iris, pansies and other
spring flowers made up lovely ar
rangements throughout the living
room of Mrs. J. N. Home last Wed
nesday night when she entertained
her bridge club.
Mrs. Bettiesue Hunt was guest
and was presented a gift of ice box
containers. Mrs. K. I Pippin re
ceived butter warmer for ' high
score, Mrs. N. T, Pickett 1 received
pickles for floating prize pnd Mrs.
L. E. Pope pickles for low score.
The hostess served frozen salad,
ribbon sandwiches, cheese straws
and iced tea.
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Ends April 24
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