. STAR THEATRE '
Beulaville, N.C. , ; ,
Clean Comfortable Relaxing
VvJubA OF APK1L 25 MAY 1
. San Mon .
"From Here To ! Eternity"
Bart Lancaster Montgomery ciift
f'His Majesty O'Keefe"
" In Color
. Bart Lancaster Joan Rice
Than Fri. ,
- "The Big Leaguer"
.Edward G, Robinson . Vera Allen
"Texas Bad Man"
Comedies 4t Shorts Every Night
CHINQUAPIN. N. C
WEEK OF APRIL 25
BUN. - MON.
"Here Come The Girls"
2 Cartoons - Short - News
TOES. - WED.
"Treasure of Sierra Madre"
THURS. - FKI.
Short & Cartoon
"Wings of The Hawk"
2 Cartoons & Serial
PINK HILL, n. c.
Shows at 7:00 & 9:00 p.m.
"Where the whole
To See Good Shows
Sun., April 25
Cartoon & Comedy
Mon., Tues., April 26 - 27
"Just For You"
Wed., Thurs., Apr. 28
Yvonne De Carlo
' Cartoon & Serial
ErL, Sat, AprU 30
, Frank Lovejoy
C , I Joan Weldon .
' n Tblfcesleders'
, ' . .V ' waa Bin Elliott j .'
, . Cartoon ' .' 1
3, EX:,TAXSVn.T.E, N. C THURSDAY , APRIL
Mrs. JT. EL Parker, Corres.
.. Regular fourth Sunday' morning
services will be held . at eleven
o'clock with Rev. Jack Akin of
Jacksonville guest minister. Sunday
School will be at the usual hour.
All are ' invited, to attend the ser
vices. ,: - V-v '' vV , v
' The school is sponsoring a barbe
cue supper in the school lunch room
Saturday night, April 24, beginning
at six o'clock. Proceeds go to the
. Mrs. H. C. Doby, Jr. and little
daughter, Albena Ann, and Miss
Frances Doby of Albemarle were
Easter holiday visitors with Mrs.
Doby's sistarj. Mrs.. Ed Smith and
brother H. ' A. Outlaw and other
relatives..,..;.. , ' :
Wallace, N. Ci
Sunday and Monday ;,jv ;
v.-- April 25 and 26
STOP YOTJ ARE KILLING ME'
' Broderick Crawford and
Tuesday and Wednesday
April 27 and 28
Dennis O'Keefe and
Thursday and Friday
, April 29 and 30
"WALKING MY BABY BACK
Donald O'Connor and
Saturday, May 1
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Wallace, N. C.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
April 25, 26, and 27
THE FIGHTING DORSEYS"
Wednesday and Thursday
April 28 and 29
'ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN"
Frederick March and
Friday and Saturday,
April 30 and 31 ( Double Feature)
"TERROR ON A TRAIN"
"HERE COMES TROUBLE"
William Tracy & oe Sawyer
Super "C" Farmall Traclor
Complete with cultivator
Corn Planters - Row Markers
& Bottom Plow
This Tractor Is Pric
To Sell At A Bargain .
See Jack Perkins At
Richlands Ilighway ""' r
;' Kinston, N. C
Miss Myra Maxwell of Wilson
sperlt Sunday with Mrs. Ben Frank
Outlaw. ' , . v -.,
Mr. and MVa. Harold Jones and
Gary .of Goldsboro and Dr. Russell
Outlaw of Morehead City .were
Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Outlaw. ,' ,
James Vernon, with the U.S. Army
at Fort Jackson, South . Carolina
spent the week end with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Vernon.
Miss Essie Mae Outlaw of the
Clinton School faculty spent the
Easter holidays with the home
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Mewborn
and E. G. Outlaw of Goldsboro were
Sunday visitors with relatives..
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hawley
and baby of Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
L. R, Sutton and daughters of Rones
Chapel were visitors with Mrs. Katie
Outlaw and family Sunday.
Quite a number from this section
visited Robert Holmes gardens near
Mt. Olive Sunday afternoon.
Miss Rachel Outlaw returned
home Sunday from a visit with
Mrs. Albert Nichols and family at
Miss Maggie Stroud of Raleigh
visited relatives here during the
Farmers are transplanting tobacco
this week. Some blue mold has been
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parker and
baby of Mt. Olive were among visit
ors with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nichols and :
Miky and Mrs. Albert Nichols of
Sims were visitors in the home of
Mrs. Lottie Berger Sunday. Amos
J. Outlaw returned home with them
for a visit.
Piney Grove News
Mrs. Estelle Eubanks
The Church Services at Piney
Grove have been changed from
10:00 A. M. to 7:30 P.M., on every
first and third Sunday nights. Sun
day School is every Sunday morn
Raymos (Tank) Lee left Monday
morning for the armed services.
' ,Mr. and Mrs. William Faulkner
were week end visitors of Mr. and
Mount Olive, N. C.
Sun., Mon., Tues., AprU 25-26-27
"Miss Sadie Thompson"
starring Rita Hayworth
Wed., Thurs., April 28 - 29
"Riders To The Stars"
starring William Lundigan
Fri., Sat., April 30 & May 1
starring Mark Stevens
Ciwuumiwui iimcti'' in
i i hi ii ,mu,i ii ..a.. . - ... V... k.i
The Five . Blind Boys
To appear at Kenansville Colored High School, Apr. 29
Mrs. Melvin Stroud.
Mr. and Mrs. Major Jones and
children of Kinston were visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Deaver
Miss Wilma Hill recently became
the bride of Mr. Thomas Huggins
Mrs. Bessie Patton, Mrs. Joe
Flowers and children all of Wil
mington were visitors of Mrs. Wor
den Eubanks, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Eubanks
and girls of Trenton, R.F.D. were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Worden
Eubanks, Sunday afternoon.
Little Freddie Faulkner has been
very ill the past week but is much
Mrs. Ralph Hardy is on the sick
list. We surely hope she is well
The people around this section
have been setting out tobacco since
the twelfth. As far as we know,
Aron Potter was about the first who
set out on the twelfth.
The people in this section seemed
to enjoy the Easter holidays very
D. S. Club Meets
The D. S. Club had its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday, afternoon
April 20, at 3:00 o'clock with Mrs.
Eva Drew. Hostess was Mrs. Alice
The meeting was called to order
by President Mrs.' Ralph Bishop,
16 members answered the roll call.
The group sang "United Nations
Hymn". Miss Grace Drew, gave the
devotional. Secretary, Mrs. Thur
man Evans, read the minutes.
Treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Williams,
gave the treasurer's report.
Mis. Johnson, agent, gave a dem
onstration on Professional Methods
in Clothing Construction. She told
how to choose a pattern. Then what
steps should be used in cutting out
your dress. How to put sleeves and
zippers in. Then how to hem your
Leader, Mrs. Frances Usher, gave
a report on Music and Family Lite.
WJTAIW WARSAW, N.C. I
SUN. - MON. - TUES., April 25 - 26 - 27
"FROM HERE TO ETERNITY"
with Burt Lancaster - Montgomery Clift & Deborah Kerr
WED., April 28
with Robert Ryan -
"KID FROM LEFT FIELD"
with Dan Dailey
THURS. - FRI. April 29-30
with Alan Ladd and Shelley Winters
SAT, May I DOUBLE FEATURE
"RETURN OF THE PLAINSMEN"
with Chips Rafferty '
"DON'T BOTHER TO KNOCK"
with Richard Wldmark
Boats - Fishing, 'Sport or Cruisers Motors .
Evinrude 3 hp. to 25 hp. '
" Trailers - Gators All Sizes
SERVICE SALES CO. ;
of Jackson, Mississippi .
The Jackson Hannoneers,
referred to as. the Blind Boys of
Mississippi, who are scheduled to
appear in the Kenansville High
School auditorium on April 29th,
at 8 p. m., although totally blind
themselves, have taught millions to
see the Light of God through song.
The group was first organized in
the Piney Woods School, "the cradle
of American folk music," Piney
Woods, Mississippi, in 1942. Their
The group closed the meeting re
peating the club collect.
The hostess served strawberry
short cake, with crackers and soft
first tour was made for the benefit
of the historic institution in 1943.
During this tour, they appeared be
fore many white audiences. Their
combination of "rhythm and rever
ence has, since that time, trans-
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Highway 258 - Richlands Road
2 miles out of
Thurs., Fri., April 22-23
with Audie Murphy
Sat., Apr. 24 Double Feature
with Rod Cameron
Sun., Mon., April 25 - 26 '
"Easy To Love"
with Esther Williams and
Tues., Wed., April 27 - 28
Thurs., Fri., April 29 - 30
"East of Sumatra"
;: in stock' : . -
Sales and Scvic f "
Clinton . C.
tended all bars of race or color. To
day, their audiences, in many parts
of the country, are comprised of
white and , colored listeners. "'. fr
The group' is now made up of
Archie Brownlee, manager; Law
rence . Abrams, Lloyd Woodard. J.
T. CUinkscale,' Rev.. Parhell Perkins
and Rev, Sam Lewis, -' ,
They gained recording fame Un
der the Peacock label with their
soul-stirring rendition of "Our Fa
Cabin H.D. Club
,' Give that New dress you are about
to make, The Professional Touch, ad..
vises-: Miss Mae Hager, . assistant
Home Agent, at the. Cabin H. D.
Club, which was held in the home
of Mrs. Jasper Thomas Friday after
noon, AprU 16. at 2:00.
We should have more cool colors
in pur home this summer if we
follow' instructions given to us by
Mrs. Roland Thomas, house furnish
' There is a place for every kind
bt music and something everyone
should enjoy if followed through,
as Mrs. Roy Sanderson, music lead
' Mrs. Walter Rhodes, club presi
dent, presided at the meeting. Devo
tional was led by Mrs. Bland Noble.
Mrs. Claudle Baker called the roll,
read the minutes of the previous!
meeting. Mrs. Frank Mercer gave
a treasurer's report.
Two visitors from Gradys H. D,
Club were made welcome.
The meeting adjourned , by re
peating the club collect. v
Games were enjoyed and the hos
tess served delicious refreshments
to the 12 members and two visitors
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Walter Rhodes May
14, at 2: 30 .
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Cahoon of
Rt. 1, Kenansville, announce the
birth of a son, Furneyat Bowers'
Medical Clinic in Pink Hill on
April 20th at 6 p.m. Baby and mother
are doing fine.
Venetian Blinds - Alums Fab Screena Awnings
Made To Order - Phone 2995 - Installed
CLINTON VENETIAN BLIND CO.
O. R. Draughon (
606 Beaman St. - Clinton, N. C.
1 H. P. Flush Mount Mathes
AIR CONDITIONER UNIT
SERVICE SALES CO.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR PERIOD ENDING: DEC. 31, 1953
Friendship Mutual Burial Assn. Inc, Rose Hill, N.C.
BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1952 $ 1,355.49 '
.1. Total assessments collected $2,117.55
2. Number new members 25c .
3. Interest on time deposits, stocks,, bonds - .
5. Total riines 1 to 4 inc.) $ 2,117.55
6. Net difference of advance assessments:
(If your advances have Increased since last report, this is a plus
entry. If they have decreased, this is a minus entry)
7. Receipts $ 2,117.55
8. Total receipts 3,473.04
9. Salaries '
10. Collection commissions $ 516.55 " . '
11. Miscellaneous expenses
12. Total expenses (lines 8 to 10 inc.) $ 516.55 ' ,-
(Must not exceed 25 of the amount shown on line 1)
13. Death benefits paid (No. 12) ' 1050.00
14. Membership fees paid agents ' , J '
15. Refunds ' . "
16vTotal disbursements (lines 11 to 15 inc.) $ 1,566.55 -0
BALANCE TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR 1,906.49 ,
ASSETS: ' ' '
Cash oh hand
Bank deposit, Waccamaw Bank & Tr. Co.
(Name of Bank)
Rose Hill, N.C.
(Name of Bank)
War Bonds s
Building & Loan stock
22. Advance assessments
23. Death benefits unpaid
24. Expenses unpaid f "
25. Total liabilities
. , Number of assessments during year U Race Cot Membership
i , of books 188S j -1 ,
I hereby certify that the Information given in the foregoing report la true and correct
, ft y, ,' to the personal knowledge of the undersigned.' iA" , " 1
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO B& Secretary-Treasurer, Sudlt Stackh'ousff.1 ' i
.FORE ME this 29 day of January, 19M ' Street Address, Rt. 1, Bo 88"' -J4 - - : ''
Irchey x. Lanlet
My commission expires
P MRS.-EMMA B. TAYLOR
; MAGNOLIA Mrs. Emma ' Flor
ence Rivenbark Taylor, 79, died at
the home of her daughter, . Mrs.
Judd Chestnutt, in Magnolia late
Sunday. JTuheral services wer held
Monday ; it 4 pjn. at Oak Plain
Presbyterian ' ' Church, v; The i; Rev.
Wade H. Allison,' pastor, officiated
assisted by the Rev, K. D. Brown
of Burgaw. Burial was in the church
cemetery. Surviving are four daugh
ters, Mrs. S. A. Sanderson of Rose
Hill, Mrs, C B. Johnson of Wilming
ton, Mrs. Chestnutt of Magnolia and
Mrs. Harry Potter of Jacksonville;
one . son. Billy Turner of the home;
11 grandchildren and four, great
WALDO C. CLIFTON p , ,
Waldo C. Clifton, 41, of Deadwood,
South Dakota and Faison died of
a heart attack at his home at 3:30
a.m Easter morning. He had beeii
a resident of Deadwood for the past
five years. His mother,' Mrs. Cora
Clifton of Faison and his sister,
Mrs Jewel Thomas of Elizabeth
town left by plane immediately after
receipt of the news. Mr. Clifton
was married three weeks ago to the
former Ethel Scheper of Dead
wood. Surviving - relatives include his
widow, two sons by a former mar
riage, Waldo, Jr., and Billy, stu
dents at Edward Military Academy,
Salemburg, his mother, three bro
thers, Deems Clifton, Jr, Clinton
William and Paul Clifton of Faison
and several neices and nephews In
cluding Mrs. E. W. Grady of Pink
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DUPLIN ON T.V.
The Duplin Square dancers and
folk dancers met Tuesday night in
the home of the Faison Smiths. Jack
Hankins of radio station WELS
is working with the group. They
will go on the air May 1, from
5:30 to 6:00. Turn on your T.V. sets
and see what your Duplin folks
can do. They will be sponsored by
the Jenkins Farm Equipment Com
pany of Kinston, N. C.
Clinton, N. C.
. ' - , City, Magnolia. N. C
August 18, 1995
BEULAVimCi N. C.
' Box Office Open 7:00
. - Show Starts ?:3fr .. v
Than, FrL, April 22- 23 , . ; ,
I C, f ' -"-Starring , (
Tony . Curtis and Joanne' Dm '
Sat, Apr. 24 Double Feature
"Old Oklahoma Plains"
. , -Starring '-V
' starring Rex Allen U 1
' ' ALSO 'j
"Grand Ole Opry" '
' ' with ,- , - i"i
The Weaver . Brothers ' .,..t-:
Sun, AprU 25
"City of Bad Men"
In Technicolor .
Jeanne Craine - Date Bebertaon
Mon, Tnen, AprU 26- 27
"Hit The Ice",
-" Abbott CosteUo
Wed, April 23
"Plunder of the Sun"
Glenn Ford Dianne Lynn ,
Also Selected Short Subjecta
Ferguson Tractor-Mounted I
MOf.l DISC HARROW
. , Automatio draft control Peno
5 tration without excess weight
y Tractor-mounted for easy trans
: port Finger tip raising and
' lowering Tractor-seat diso
angle adjustment Cutaway
front gangs available . '. plus)
many more important features!
Ask for a Free Demonstration
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