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Circle Hallsvllle Women Of the
Church, met Thursday with Mr.
Jlaywood Miller. The meeting open
ed with spng and prayer by Mrs.
Inland Grady.' Mrs, .Morris Grady
led the Bible Study "Stephen, The
first Martyr"i;"Beginning la Me"
was discussed in the to-talk-about
period. There were thirteen present
O Circle II
Circle H met with Mrs. Ottis Mill-
er. Mrs. Kalph Miller presided.
' Song and prayer opened the meet
tag, Mrs. Dolly Miller led 'the to-
talk-about period and Mrs. Herman
'' ' Miller the Bible Study. There were
thirteen present. Tlfe hostess served
potato salad, ham, cake, crackers
and cold drinks.
Memorial Day
Service In May A
A memorial Dar Service will be
held at 3:00 VM. on the second
Sunday in May, The names of any
deceased veterans are asked to be
turned in to Mrs. Bill Carroll, Mrs.
Herman Miller or Mrs. Lou Belle
Williams. , '
Egg Hunt
Mrs. W. L. Miller. Mrs. W. .J.
Miller and Mrs. Murphy Rhodes en
tertained the primary departments
of the i Hallsvllle' Sunday School,
Monday afternoon with an egg hunt'
Novelty favors of animals and candy
were presented the twelve children
attending-, r 1 ;f
llotice
The Women of the Church will
meet Saturday afternoon Mrs. Hay
wood Miller urges all members to
be present. , '
VMS To Meet
On Monday
The Beulaville W.M.S. will, meet
Monday night at 7:30. Mrs. Louise
Brown will be in charge of the pro
gram. All members are urged to
be present, v . .-
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Norris and
children spent Sunday in Green
ville. I '
DON'T MISS
Our Big
After Easter
Sale
Which Begins Thursday
April 22 at 9:30 A. M.
Come Early For
Best Selections
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- Miss Jeaneane Thigpen pf Rich
mond,1 Va.'was a week, end guest
of her Mother, Mrs. E. P. Thigpen.
Mr." and Mrs. Charles Parker and
son of Raleigh were here last week
to visit Mrs. W. B, Parker and Mrs.
Ellls Brinson. . . , - '
, Mr. and. Mrs. Cerald Haywood
Williams of Columbia, S. C. were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Led Williams.
Sgt an dMra. Sidney Hunter of
Brown's Mill, ' were , her to
visit relatives last week end and
met. their son Sgt and Mrs. Cecil
Hunter and daughter Susan of Fort
Bragg. " '. '-:-r-'-
r Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whaley of
Rockingham were here last week
end to visit Mrs. Taison Thomas
and Mr. and Mrs. Onnle Whaley. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown and
family were week end guests of
Rev. and Mrs. A.L. Brown.
.Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cottle and
family, of Greensboro were here to
spend last week end 'With relatives.
' Mr. and Mrs. Elwood- Kennedy,
Mrs. Zollie Batchelor, Mr, and Mrs.
Aubert Ruddell and children Donna
ahd Angella of Jacksonville, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Miller were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ro
land Batchelor. !
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton ' Quinn of
Chapel Hill wpre week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kennedy and
Mr1, and Mrs. Leon Quinn.
Mrs. Calvin Howerin of Norfolk,
Va., was a week end guest of her
son C. P. and Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Bostic, Mrs. Howerin, Mrs. Bostic,
Mrs. Perry Williams and daughter
Gay were In Belhaven Saturday to
visit, relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bostic, Messrs.
Nick and Fitz Bostic, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Bostic and family were in
Fort Bragg last Sunday to visit Lt.
and Mrs. Larry Bostic.
Miss Lou Ann Nethercutt of
Flora McDonafa College, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Nethercutt of Kenans
ville were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivey Nethercutt.
Mrs. Leonard Kennedy has been
a recent patient in a Wilmington
Hospital and is recuperating at her
home'.
Sgt. and Mrs. C. A. Cattany of
Camp LeJeune were week end
guests of Mrs. Mattie Bradshaw.
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Mrs. Robert Fields, Puplin Times Representative
Telephone 243-2. Please Call In Tour News;
Mrs. Fields Will Receive Subscriptions and Advertising,
experience for many. The twelve
from the Rose Hill High School who
went were: Carolyn Wells, Carolyn
Fussell, Ann Davis Wells, Jo Anne
Fussell, Martha Boutherland, Ann
Blanton, Peggy Chestnutt, Joy John
son, Anna Rae Johnson, Jenny
Sholar and Elwyn Murray, Jr.,
along with their sponsor, Mrs. Edith
Y. Wells;
The group left Wallace Thursday
inorning on a chartered bus along
with members from Wallace and
Penderlea Schools. Late Sunday
afternoon the tired but happy group
returned. ' '
P.T.A. Installs
Officers.
The Rose Hill, P.T.A. met last
Monday night in the School Audi
torium for the final meeting of the
1953-54 school year.
. Mrs. Tessie Fussell and . Miss
Elizabeth Forlaw's first grade gave
the devotional and a part of the
program they will participate in at
KenansvBie Thursday night. The
Rhythm Band all in red capes and
caps were very pretty.
The officers for the 1954-55 school
year were installed and the meeting
adtourned. 'All were invited to
the lunch room. '
W S of C S Met
Monday
The Womans Society of Christian
Service met In the Methodist
Church Auditorium on Monday
night with 25 members present. The
Pledge Service for the coming year,
conducted by Mrs. Dan .Fussell, was
held.
Bake Sale
The home, Circle of the W. S. of
C. S. will sponsor a bake sale Sat
urday afternoon from three until
five at Reids 5 & 10 cents Store.
Place your orders for cakes and
pies for the next Saturday as these
sales will continue as long as the
public will support them.
Beta Club Attends
Convention
The Beta Club Convention held
in Asheville last week was a great
Fire Dept. To Sell
Bar-B-Cue
The Rose Hill Fire Department
is sponsoring a Bar-B-Que pig and
chicken dinner Saturday afternoon
on the street near the Fire House.
The proceeds are going on the
building fund. Tickets can be bought
in advance or plates can be bought
at the sight Saturday -afternoon' for
$1.00 each. Please everyone come
out and lets support our fire de
partment, as we depend on them,
if our property should catch on
fire.
The white and colored people
are urged to support this good
cause.
Card of Thanks
The family of the late Rev. Robert
Vann Graham wishes to extend
their sincere thanks to their many
white and colored friends for their
unselfish kindness and sympathy
during the recent bereavement.
Mrs. Hannah V. Graham
and children, Duplin County
Joined them Sunday,
; Mis Estelle Fussell of Jackson
villa spent the holidays here with
her mother and sister. . .. '
Mr. Gordon Sanderson of White
viUe spent the holidays here with
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. A.
Sanderson. ' -
Mr. Tommy Fussell of Louisburg
Cpllege spent the week end with
his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Fussell.
Miss Edna Fussell of Wilmington
spent the week end here with her
father and sister.
Mr., and Mrs. Jerry Cottle have
returned home after spending some
time with their daughter, Mrs.
Grover Booker in Rocky Mount.
Miss Peggy Lockerman of Raleigh
spent the week end here with her
grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fussell and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fus
sell dyring the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Scott and
children' are visiting Mrs. Lena
Scott
Miss Jessie Moore and Mrs. L. W.
Williams were in Charlotte last Friday.
A. L. Cavenaugh
Of Presbytery
Aubrey L. Cavenaugh, Ruling
Elder in the Warsaw Presbyterian
Church, was elected as Moderator
of the 186th Stated Session of Wil
mington Presbytery, which was held
on Tuesday, April 20, 1954, at the
Topsail Presbyterian Church.
Elder Cavenaugh was elected to
succeed the Rev. W. B. Hood, pastor
of the Wallace Presbyterian Church,
who opened the session with the
preaching of the retiring Moderat
or's sermon. Elder Cavenaugh led
the 150 delegates of ministers and
elders from the 102 churches of the
Presbytery in an . orderly process
of conducting the business ' of the
Presbytery.
The feature speaker of the day
was the Rev. Marshall B. Dendy,
Richmond,. Virginia, Chairman of
the Board of Education for the
Southern Presbyterian Church, who
as part of the report of Presbytery's
Committee on Christian Education,
spoke on "The teaching Opportunity
And Responsibility Of The Church."
Among other items of business
transacted was the reception by
Presbytery as a candidate for the
gospel ministry Archie Faires, son
of Mrs. Earl Faires and the late
Mr. Faires, of Wallace. The Rev.
James B. Nisbett, pastor of the
Rockfish and Potts Memorial Chur
ches was granted permission to dis
solve his pastoral relations with
these churches and to accept the
position of Director of Christian Ed
ucation in the Synod of Mississippi.
The Rev. J. T. Hayter, Kenansville,
was named by the Presbytery to
serve as Director of Presbytery's
Pioneer Camps, which will be held
at Lake Singletary Camp on June
21-26, and June 28 - July 3. The
Rev. Jack Ware, Carolina Beach,
was named Director of the Young
People's Conference at Flora Mac
Donald College, to be held on June
14-19.
Presbytery granted permission to
the Webb Memorial Church of
Morehead City to change its name
to the First Presbyterian Church
of Morehead City. Rev. James Walk
up was received into the member
ship of the Presbytery to serve as
pastor of the Westminister Church,
Whiteville, N. C.
A delicious lunch of fried fish,
fried chicken, and country ham
was served to the delegates by the
ladies of the host church. The lunch
was served on the church yard
which is a beautiful spot with us
giant oaks and pine trees and
which has recently been planted
with beautiful shrubs, azaleas, and
green grass.
At the conclusion of the session
Elder Cavenaugh was commended
by the members of the Presbytery
for his service of the day and the
manner in which he conducted the
meeting.
Rose Hill Woman
Arrested For Theft
Ada Mae Everett, colored, of Rose
Hill was arrested, Monday by deputy
McKay for theft of money from a
relative, Curtis Triplin. Triplin had
brought Ada Mae and other rela
tives to Kenansville last. Sunday to
visit her husband, who was in jail
on a forgery charge. After the visit,
Ada was the first -to reach the car
and finding Triplin asleep, slipped
his bill fold. After taking the money
from the bill fold she threw it in
a gutter near the jail.
Mrs. Oscar Houston discovered
the purse and turned it over to the
sheriff's department.
When confronted Monday by
deputy McKay, Ada admitted the
theft and returned the money to
Triplin. Tried before a local Justice
of Peace she was placed under $400
bond for trial in Superior Court
August 30. Failing to . procure a
bondsman, Ada was placed in jail
but was later released. '
Local Ag. Teacher
Resigns Job
Mr. W. L. McPhail announces his
resignation as teacher of agriculture
at the Kenansville school effective
at the close of the agriculture teach
er year (June 30) to leave himself
freo to accent one of several offers
pending at this time.
The family of the late Mrs. W. H.
Taylor wish to express their ap
preciation for the many acts of
kindness shown during their recent
bereavement.
The Children
Personals
Mra. Carl Philbeck and daughters
of Charlottewe spending the week
with Mrs. Philbeck's parents, Mr.
and Mrs., B. G. Herring.
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Fussell and
Kay Were Week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. E, Fussell.
Mrs. Sue Neil Wester visited her
daughter in'-Goldsboro Sunday. '
Mr. Frank-Jerome of Claxton, Ga.
and Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Jerorue of
Ashland, Va. visited friends and
relatives here during tua v.t , v
" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Larmi ;
daughters of Maple Hill visited I
Earl Brown and children and I. i.
Myrtle Harrell Sunday afternoon.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Robinson and Carolyn, Sun
day were Mr, and Mrs, McDonald
Carr of Greenville, Mr. A. L. Floyd
and Mr. ' ' James Vernon Drew of
Warsaw. ' ' - .
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Auction Every Thursday ,
Buying and Selling Daily - ''.-.
Telephone 3161 - 6171 Wallace, N. C.
Listen for top hog prices each day over Clinton
'Broadcasting Station about 12:15 and Wallace
Station at 12:25. ,
Mrs. Harvey Arnold and children
spent the week end with Mrs. T. J.
Hodges in Grimesland. Mr. Arnold
jollied them Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon E. Brown
and sons spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gattis in
Petersburg, Va.
Mrs. Tohn Cooper, Sr. returned
recently from a visit with friends
and relatives in Kentucky.
Mrs. Z. E. Boyd and children spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Rouse in Greenville. Mr. Boyd
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