..ue Royal, daughter
IJr. .and Mrs. Arthur
" Clarence William Sneed,
t Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Sneed, Sr. . of . Carolina
v ere married April 11, in
yterian Church at Calypso,
ylor O. Bird officiated at a
j ring ceremony., , ,
Peggy Grice presented a pro
f wedding music. The bride
a navy suK with white acces-i
3 and her corsage was white
ids. The brides aunt and 'foster
:er, Mrs. Geneva Roberts wore
t black suit with white accesories
-i her corsage wag red carnatfons,
lie grooms mother wore a blue
dress with pink accessories arid her
corsage was white carnations.
-, Following the wedding Mrs. Ro
berts entertained at her home for
the wedding party and guests. I
. The bride is a graduate of Calyp-
eo High School, attended the Crum-
fP?i!?neS" KhTt Go.1sbor.0 -
She held a secretarial position in
The groom Is a graduate of River
side Military, acadamy, Gainsville,
Ga. He served three years in the
U. S. Air Force and is a senior at
the University of N! C.
They will be at home in Chapel
Rill following their wedding trip
to Points North
The Ruritan Club of Calypso met
Thursday evening in the school
lunch room for their regular month
H. B. Kornegay president, called
the meeting to order and presided.
It was decided to buy Bibles to
present to the members of the
senior class. J. B. Strickland was
In charge of the birthday program
and Henry Carr Albritton and
James Loftin donated to the birth
H. A. Horton was in charge of the
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program. The speaker of the evening
Ed Carroll of the Chamber of Com
merce in Mt Olive was Introduced
by W. H. Hurdle.-a:- ,fc;:!i,rt
Mr. Carroll spoke on Scout work
in. the community. The lunch room
committee of the P.TA. served the
following menu, baked ham, fresh
butter beans, candied potatoes, toss
ed salad, pickles, homemade angel
food cake, pineapple short cake, hot
biscuit, butter and coffee, i
; Revival services will begin at the
Baptist Church Monday, night, April
19th. Rev. M. M Turner, pastor,
will conduct the meeting. The pub
lic is cordially invited.
t The Presbyterian session met in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis
Monday. Those present were Leon
Flowers, Jesse Grice, Adrian Dail,
James Dickson', H. B. Kornegay,
J. R. Maxwell and Rev. Taylor O. i
, After the business session Mrs.
J, . . ,,...,v tl
and soft drinks.
Circle No. 1
Presbyterian Circle No. 1 met
with Mrs. Sam Smalling and Miss
Melva Martin joint hostesses.
Miss Margaret Lambert, chairman,
presided. The Bible study, Stephen
the first martyr. Acts 6 was given
by Mrs. Mack Broadhurst. After
the business session a discussion
was held on how we could make
money. Mrs, Edward Lewis was in
charge e the program using articles
Of Christian living.
The hostesses served a congealed
salad course during the social hour.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Horton are
visiting Mr. Horton's mother Mrs.
Ruth Horton of Atlanta, Ga. who
is criticially ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Teachey of
Goldsboro spent the week end with
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"Tfci HoM of 1.000 SIVr '
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Sloan. ,
, Harold Stanley of Charlotte Is
spending several days with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Stanly.
Mrs. Annie Flowers and daughter
Dpris of Wilmington are spending
this week at home in Calypso, : :
Mr. and Mrs, John ' Cole were
week end guests of Mrs. Patsy Nunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis
, Mrs, A. T. Smith and children
were visiting Mrs. S. D. Davis and
relatvies during the week end,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grice tried
out their luck 'at fishing along the
Mr. and Mrs. Eli as Pigford of
Wallace were dinner guests of Mrs.
Helen Pigford Sunday night
Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton and
Mr. and Mrs. Parham Sutton Of
Lake Waccamaw were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kornegay
Among the out of town guests
for the Royal-Sneed wedding were
Mr. ' and Mrs. W. C. Snead, Sr.
Carolina Beach; Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Snead, Miss Hedrick and Jimmie
Hedrick of Durham; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Dickson and daughter Gen
eva Ann of Garner; Mr. and Mrs.
W .D. Roberts and daughter Pam
of Carolina Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Cam Pridgen and Mrs. J. C. Pridgen
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jernigan
of Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Sloan Friday.
Thomas Pigford of the U. S. Navy
stationed at Boston, Mass. was a
week end guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hicks Pigford.
Mrs. Robert Farrior and Mrs. D. V.
Gwantley represented the Calypso
P.TA. Congress held in Sir Walter
Hotel this week.
The Veterans Education Commit--tee
SpprbVes, for the enrollment of
eligible veterans under provisions
of Public Law 550, 82nd. Congress,
all regular courses of study offered
by Kenansville Colored High School
Kenansville, North Carolina, that
are approved by the State Depart
ment of Public Instruction for
credit toward a high school diploma.
This approval is effective January
This school has progressed for
the past several years in enrollment,
additional busses and equipment,
there is a new type of building on
the campus and other improve
ments are being added that will en
able our students to receive a
better education, and make their
own way in the South and help
it become more prosperous. The
South still the home of two thirds
of the U. S.'s Negroes -" cares far
more deeply about its Negro pro
blems than the other regions and
is catching up in education, hous
ing, health and happiness. Said
Booker T. Washington, the greatest
Negro leader in V. S. history: "The
outside world does not know the
struggle that is constantly going on
in the hearts of both the Southern,
White people and their former
slaves. While both races are thus
struggling, they should have the
sympathy, the support and the for
bearance of the rest of the world.
Robert A. Merritt
Ella Cooper Circle
The Ella Cooper Circle met Mon
day night at the home of Mrs. Mor
ris Brinson with Mrs. Amos Brinson
as co-hostess. The meeting came to
order with roll call and the reading
of the minutes of the last meeting.
Mrs. George Penny had charge of
the program. The topic was 'Medical
Mission in South America." The
home was beautifully decorated with
azaleas throughout The hostesses
served ginger ale floats, cheese
straws, nutty fingers and cookies
to 17 members.
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wih ' what Judgment ye Judge ' ye
shall be judged, and with , what
measure ye meet, It shall be meas
ured to you again. Dear Children,
I wish to impress upon your minds
to bridle your tongues. The least
said is the I easiest mended; a still
tongue is a wise head. Remember
children that evil speaking and the
love of money are two VERY great
sins. Be not deceived, God is not
mocked, for-whatsoever a man sow
eth that shall he also reap, for' be
that soweth to his flesh shall of
the flesh reap corruption, but he
that soweth to the spirit shall of
he spirit reap life everlasting. Then
let us not be weary in well doing,
for in due season we shall reap if
we faint not Put on therefore,' as
the elect of God, hoty and beloved
bonds of mercies, kindness, humble
ness of mind, meekness, long suf
fering, forbearing one another and
forgiving one another.
If any man have a quarrel against
anyone even as Christ forgives you,
so also do ye, and above all these
things put on charity which ft the
bond of perfection, and let the
peace of God rule in your hearts
and be ye thankful Dear Children,
love your enemies, do good to them
which hate you, bless them that
curse you and pray for them that
despitefully use you;' and as ye
would that men should do to you,
do ye also to them likewise, for if
ye love them that love you what
thanks have you? For sinners also
love those that love them, but love
your enemies and do good, and
lend hoping for nothing again and
your reward shall be greet and ye
shall be the children of the High
est. Be ye, therefore, merciful as
your. Father also is merciful. Dear
Children I cannot tell you what I
wish you to know much less write
it to you.
I will now write you some of the
commands that are in the Bible.
The Bible is the will of God and
we must abide by His will to re
ceive eternal life; what else in all
the world have I to write you but
God's will? For man's will is noth
ing, if it seems dull to you then
eternal life is dull to you. I pray
God that His will may be bright
to you to the longest day you live,
and that he will guard, guide and
save you in Heaven, whatever it
may cost on earth. AMEN.
I will now proceed with Bibls
Thou shall have no other God
Thou shall not make unto thee
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Thou shall not take the name of
the Lord thy God In vain.
Remember the Sabbath day to
keep ft holy. ": .
. Thou shall not kill.
' Thou shall not commit adultery.
Honor thy father and mother.
Thou shall not bear, false 'witness.
! Thou shall not wvet s 'v '
Repent, believe and be baptised.
Search the scriptures. Bring ye all
the tithes into the storehouse. Pray
without ceasing. In everything give
thanks to God. Love thy. neighbor
as thyself. Love the Lord with all
thy soul, strength- and might
Watch, for you know not the hour.
Visit the widow and the fatherless
in their afflictions, and keep un
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Lord and Master have washed' your
feet ye also ought to wash one an
other's feet" If any sick among
you let him call for the elders of
the church and let them pray over
him, anointing him with oil In the
name of the Lord, and the prayer
of faith shall save the sick. Suffer
little children to come unto me and
forbid them not Let your light
mine. i - -
My dear children, "SAVE YOUR
SOULS REGARDLESS OF COST."
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. .. Nannie Kennedy.
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